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" Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Matter.; ' NUyiBEXsi roBS A Few of our Low Prices Mens Saddles $2.75, $4.50, $5.00 and up. $7.50 A good set of Harness. heavy blind bridles at 75c and 05c Extra LANCASTER, KY, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH i 23, 1899. i 11S3E ' i ' TZWiUJIUlWM lUiUlUJU UUU JiUUJUiUMUUJUMUUJUi? Smoke the Proctor-Kno-tt LOCAL HAPPENINGS. cigar. 1 at very, The best Collar known at 2 good Back Bands for. "5c 25c County court Monday. Joseph has a superb line of spring dress gooos Choice flower seeds in bulk Prettiest line of Ilosiery in town at low prices. J. C. Thompson Joseph'. 25c & Blue grassseed Clover, Timothy Maple trees for Spring planting), T. Currey's. cheap at J. C. Thompson See our line of Wagon BreechCarpets in the roll. The second degree will be conferred ing, Check Lines, Hames, Hame J. A. Beazley & Co. at K. P. lodge tomorrow night. Straps, Collar Pads, etc., before .Wanted. We are better prepared than ever to buying. J. A. Beazley &rCo. Car Iron and Bones, H. B. North- - sell you carpets. N Also the Best Two Horse cott. The ladies are especially invited It would be impossible to find a pret- call and inspect our handsome line to Wagon ever brought to Lancaster, of ladies shoes than is now betier line of dress goods. v Joseph's satisfaction. Look Joseph's.. gives entire A good all Leather Collar Trace Chains per pa'r 85c it at it befornig. ing shown at Clover, Timothy, Blue Grass, Orchard Grass and Seed Oats, at G. S. "Evening With Ian McLaren" at Presbyterian church Saturday night. 25 cents. For Sale A Ccottage Upright Baldwin piano. sold and delivered anywhere in town S. B. Henry, Good as new. tf. by G. S. Gaines W. I. Williams, Col. W. G. Welch, Lancaster. Stanford. Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Dont forget that with every purGraham, Nutricious and Digestable. chase youro given a ticket on the big Nothing like it, H. C. Potts, Buck- Kange at Joseph's. See the Range in our window. eye, Ky. WELCH & The L. & N. people continue to imWanted. I prove the road-be- d of this branch of Eggs and Chickens. Qood price paid. their system and will soon have it in Bring them in before prices drop. line shape. H. B. Northcott. F. and A. M. For Rent. The Masonic lodge will Save work 25 acres of sod land already plowed, in the first degree Monday night. All for Hemp. Terms on application to members are requested to be on hand. C. W. Anderson. All business attended to promptly To School Trustees. For Rent, Blanks have been received for taking The large Lodge Room over Post school census. Please call and and office call on W. T. West or W. McC get them at once. Johnston for particulars. Supt. Elisa J. Lusk, W. O. Bradley New M very Stable. moving. James A. Royston has purchased the Capt. nerndon is moving to his Lackey livery stable, in rear of Mason property recently purchased of P. W. Hotel, and is prepared to furnish first-cla- Spencer, on Lexington street. Judge turnouts on short notice. Give Burnside will take possession of the him a call. Herndon place next week. Loral Legion. BEAZLEY solid weeks The Loyal Legion will meet at Twoselecting our were spent in the spring, dry goods, Christian church Sunday afternoon at cities FUNERAL DIRECTORS, hosiery, ribbons, etc. We can 3 o'clock. All the Children, of every shoes, you the handsomest lines denomination, are cordially invited now show ever exhibited in Lancaster. RTERIAL and CAVITY EM and requested to attend. J. Joseph. BALMING a SPECIALTY. Pictures - Pictures - Pictures. Repair Work. ,; We find we can stay here only 30 J. B. Ely, the Paint Lick carriage &g. days, so, if you want Pictures made man, hns just completed some work Carpets, 18 for 2;cents 6 positions. for Arnold & Hamilton, ne is precome at once Cabinets $1.25 for i doz. Crouch & pared to do all kinds of work and guarMatter n, over Blue Grass Grocery. antees satisfaction. J. R. HASELDEN. Admission Gaines!. Timothy Ilay Fancy Clover and Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. ss OAHGHIAi Furniture, Lancas'er, Ky. SPRING STYL ES in MEN S HATS. The Hats for Spring Wear are here. The styles are as .interesting as the prices We name. Our Hats come from the best ENGLISH and AMERICAN MAKERS. No store in this town ever did or ever will show as big a line as we have, and no store in this section HAS THE GRIT TO MATCH THESE PRICES: MEW'S SOFT 2. 2.50 aid 3.00 and STIFF HATS II. 1.50, Full line JOHN B. STETSON HATS . direct from factory, at $4 t $4,511 of i i GENTS Now is your chance to buy a pair of shoes at less than Manufacturers cost. We Have just put on sale 75 pairs of SAMPLE SHOES. Choice of the lot $2.50. Those who have worn our Sample Shoes know what they are. Come early and get first choice. New line Spring Neckwear. New Goods coming in every day. LOGAN AND ROBINSON Is the forerunner to cousumpfson. will cure it, Dr. Bell's and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle cents at McRobthere. Twenty-fiv- e ens, and will sell eggs at 50 cents per erts Drug Store. lm setting of 15. They are medium size, Winning Fight. early. splendid layers and mature Mulilns a Leave orders at McRoberts Drug Store. It will be the source of much gratifiR. W. McRoberts. cation to his many Lancaster friends tf , to learn that Mr. Yernon Richardson rnzc inner. is making a winning fight for the was awarded first Dr. H. M. Grant democrat nomination in Boyle county prize in the" Cincinnati Enquirer's for legislature. Although a young contest last week. The award was for man, Mr. Richardson is well posted best estimate of number of certain on matters and the good people of our words appearing in the advertising neighboring county will never regret it columns of that paper. if they send him to Frankfort as their representative. Ladles Aid Society. The Ladies Aid Society will Very Gratifying. meet with Mrs. Ballou Saturday afterThe fact that our citizens stand reanoon. All members of the church, as s entertainwell as members of the Society, are re- dy to patronize a quested to be present. Important ment liberally, is well demonstrad by the large sale of seats for the Schumeeting. bert Symphony Club and Lady Quar- tette. There is very little doubt of a Rev. Pond Dead. The remains of Rev. John G. Pond full house to hear these favorite enwere brought through here Saturday tertainers when they appear at the enroute to Kirksville for burial. He Court House on April 1, and the audidied in Mercer county, but we were ence will be composed of our best citi' ' unable to learn the particulars. He zens. was a minister in the Baptist church Schuman's Immortal Tranmerie. and widely known in Kentucky. Sig. Guiramento, the noted vocalist The Schubert Ladles' Quartette. of Milan, recently arranged "Traume-rie- " Those delightful vocalists, the Schufor a vocal quintette. It was at bert Lady Quartette of Chicago, will once purchased by the Schubert Symappear at the Court House on April 1, phony Club and Lady Quartette of under the auspices of theK. P. Lodge. Chicago, who have the exclusive use Lovers of sweet singing should not of it for five years, and to the musical miss this splendid entertainment. l his number alone is worth the admission price. You can hear a delightful Pay Your School Tax. vocalization of the immortal Traumc-ri- e The Garrard Circuit Court has deat the Court House on April 1. cided that the Lancaster Graded Common School is on a legal basis and that McCoy Case Continued. the school tax must be paid and unThe case of McCoy, charged with less paid at once levies and sales will killing his father-in-lasome ten be made. By order of the Board of years ago, was continued until next Trustees. E. W. Harris, Coll'r. court. This is the second time the case has been put off. The principal New Stand. We are now in our new building, witness for the Commonwealth is Mccorner Crab Orchard and Campbell Coy's son. He was here first of the streets, better prepared than ever to week, but has disappeared, and all effurnish Flour in exchange for wheat. forts to find him have been in vain. Farmers, bring on your grain and get The accused will now have to lie in a good turnout of flour second in qual- jail until next court, and mabe longer if young McCoy is not found. ity to none in the state. 2t Potts Bkos. Colored Recruits. Hasn't Got 'Em Vet. The War Department has wired Lt. Capt. Phil Price, of the K. C, has W. T. Johnston, recruiting officer at not yet been given his new coaches, Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored apbut he is hoping to receive them soon, plicants for Cavalry and Infantry serlie is doubtless waiting to blossom out vice, sendingthe former toFortGrant, with the flowers that bloom in the Arizona, and the latter to Fort Doug-kisspring. Engineer Lammers will not Salt Lake City. This isanex-celleopportunity for young colored let Price come hear his new engine, but Price says he will outshine the men to get into the regular Army. "head end" ere long. Recruit for white Infantry and Cavalry regiments are also wanted. Apply millinery. Fine to Lieut. W. T. JonNSTOX. Miss Minnie Eastham lias just re MO-t- f Main St. Lexington, Ky. turned from "New York, where she spent several weeks selecting Spring A Com I an Treat. Goods for Mrs. Richard Foley's Dan Too much praise cannot be given the ville Millinery Establishment. They K. P. Lodge for engaging the Schubert now display everything in that line Symphony Club and Lady Quartette of that is beautiful and When Chicago to appear here on April 1, in Danville, call and see these lovely This Company is in its tenth year of goods. success, and is acknowledged every where to be the most Oil Company Indicted. Musical Company traveling. Every County Attorney Owsley tells us the body likes music and everybody enjoys grand jury has indicted the Standard a hearty laugh. A delightful blend Oil Company for peddling without ing of pure fun and fine music is one license. The company runs a large reason why the above company has wagon here from their Danville agency won its way to the top notch of public and delivers oil in any quanity to its esteem. customers. The company was indicted on the same charge at Nicholasville Evening with Ian McLaren and fie company promit'y paid the Dr. Donald McDonald has consented fine, so we are informe 1. to give his reading from the "Bonni e Brier Bush" in Lancaster, and Sat' Spring Suitw. v urday night, March 25, is the time Hold your orders for suits until you decided upon. Dr. McDonald has see Wanamaker & Brown's spring given this reading with much success samples. They are beauties and more in a number of places. It is spoken of value is put in them, for the price, as a "Night with lan McLaren" and than ever before. It is the oldest and consists of selections from Dr. Watson's largest house in the nation, and defies book, given in the Scottish dialect and competition in quality and prices. Mr. llso showing the difference between E. W. Harris will wait on you in my the highland and the lowland dialects. absence. The reading will be given in the M. D. Hughes, Agent. Presbyterian church and an admission of 25 cents charged. The entire proNew Lair Firm. Mr. John T. Hays, of Pineville, has ceeds will be used in completing a formed a partnership with Messrs little mission chappel at Laurel Fork Hamilton and Robinson for the prac- Owsley county. tice of law in this city. Mr. Hays is a Skull Crushed. man of much ability and enjoys the The usual Sunday night "entertain, reputation of being one of the best ment"on Battle Row was a little, more practitioners in the state. He is a fine lively last Sunday and what may prove speaker and his efforts at the local bar a murder took place. Eliza Reed and have been much complimented. The Lottie Kenedy, two chocolate colored new firm is a strong one. damsels, had a falling out and the Reed woman struck the latter with a twelve-poun- d Company Respond.. Insurance rock, fracturing the skull. The Courier-Journsays in the top Sunday's of the Kennedy woman's head was case of J. M. Higginbotham, adminis badly stove in and for a time she was trator of M. W. Johnson, the Garrard believed to be dead. Several doctors county man who carried such a large were summoned, the woman's head amount of life insurance, against the patched up and there are hopes of Company, recovery. New York Life Insurance The Reed woman went to in which the plaintiff seeks judgment jail and surrendered to Capt. Dave for $50,000 by reason of an alleged con- Ross. She is considered a dangerious tract of insurance, the defendant has negro and, as her frequent appearance filed answer denying liability. The Police Court shows, she will fight to company says it took up the policies in kill. Particulars of the difficulty gave Johnson's note back to him, cannot and be obtained, as the negroes all and he tore it up. The case will be say they never "seed it.M tried in Louisville and the outcome i wUl.be watched with much interest. Not one child dies where ten forme Foley's Honey and Tar Cough Medl ly died from croup. People have learncine is unquestionably the best ed the value'bf One Minute Cough remedy for the Throat and Cure and use it for severe lung and Lungs, Pleasant to take throat troubles. It immediately stop3 and is GUARANTEED. coughing. It never fails. Stormes' Drugstore. C. C, & J. E. Stormes. lnO:' ' first-clasw s, al Fish will soon be ripe at Dix river A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy to the smoker. Barred Fly moth rock. I have a fine pen of tlie above chick tnng Irritation. nn MI We are now receiving daily our line of SPRING -- i . SUMMER Will have them ALL IN SHORTLY. LO DRY GOODS CO. INDICTED. A Great Success. Up N my cistern cleaned with the Automatic Cistern Cleaner, owned by Austin and Hatcher and it gives Insurance Companies Are Hauled on the Charge of Consplrlcy. I have had Jacob Joseph. As 'anticipated, the grand jury re- perfect satisfaction. turned indictments against nearly all I am well pleased with the work lire insurance companies doing busi- done by the Automatic Cistern ness in Lancaster. Only those that Cleaner. I t's a great success. Jno. M. Duncan. are members of the board were included in the batch, the entire numborbe-in- g The Automatic Cistern Cleaner does fourteen. The indictment is as its work to perfection. It removes all e long as a and, if put in type, dirt and leaves the water as clear as would make nearly two columns. The crystal. My cistern is now as clear as sum and substance of the charge is if all water had been removed and it that the companies have unlawfully had been cleaned in the old fashion conspired by persuasion etc, to coun- way. II. A. B. Marksbury. teract free competition among fire R. E. nenery lias charge of the insurance companies, and unlawfully creating a pool for the purpose of reg- machine and will attend properly toall ulating and fixing rates, premiums, orders. See him or leave word atTnE etc., among the fire insurance compa- Recoud oillce. nies doing business inLancascer. The All Share Alike. indictments are of the same character The Court of Appeals rendered a of those found in other parts of the decision last week which will be of instate. terest to many people hereabouts who The companies claim that in order were roped in by Building and Loan to fix'their rates in an equitable manwell-rop- ner, it is absolutely necessary to have these boards in each town in order that all companies can know the exact nature of all risks they are asked to take. The business men drew up and signed a petition to Commonwealths Attorney Sam Owsley stating that as they paid the premiums they desired to be heard on the matter, but the indictments were returned just the same. In another county, where similar indictments were found, the companies were tried and convicted, but the matter has been taken to the court of appeals and Mr. Owsley tells us the cases here will not get to trial before the higher court passes upon the matter. Of course decision in those cases will cover the ones here and if the higher court reverses them it will knock these indicemens into a cocked hat. Circuit Court, Much civil business has been disposed of in court this week and a number of little Commonwealths cases, none of which were of importanca to. the general public The case against Houston Clark charged with shooting at Henry Barlow was set for trial on Wednesday but was continued until next court on account of the absence of an important witness. Owing to the bad feeling existing between the parties, Judge Warren, deemed it advisable to take steps to prevent trouble during the trial and ordered the Sheriff search every man beforehe For frost bites, burns, indolent sores be allowed to enter the Court room eczemas, skin disease, and especially Wednesday.Sheriff Sanders according Piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve ly went through the pockets of every stands first and best. Look out for fellow who went in. dishonest people who try to imitate You can be cheerful and happy only and counterfeit it. It's their endorsewhen you are well. If you feel "out ment of a good . article. Worthless of sorts" takeHERBINE, it arill brace goods are not imitated. Get DeWitts you up. Price, 50 cents, Witch Hazel Salve. Stormes' Drug C. C. &J. H'stormes, Store. lm Associations. The court in an opinion by Chief Justice Hazelrigg, the whole court sitting, held the preferred stock of a building and loan association is not entitled to preference over the common stock, and that all stockholders, indiscriminately, share equally in the distribution of the assets of such associations, in the hands of an assign-e- a, in proportion to the amounts paid by them respectively in their stock. The decision was handed down in the case of J. K. Sumrall and others against the Commercial Building Trust's assignee and others, appealed from the Jefferson Common Pleas Court, and is an affirmance of the opinion of Judge Emmst Field of that court. The action grew out of the assignment, in June, 1897, of the Com mercial Building Trust to the Columbia Finance and Trust Company, of Louisville, and the question was in a suit brought for a settlement of the estate, and the lower court held as above. In affirming the judgnTent Judge Hazelrigg said: "We fully concur in the Chancellor's judgment denying any preference to'the preferred over the common stockholders in the distribution of the assets of the association. The suggestion that the appellees have not in fact paid anything into the concern on thoir stock i3 guarded against in tZre orders given in the lower court by requiring proof ot all claims in the usual way before the Master Commission er. The judgment is affirmed." pre-sant- ed iglSHA and they keep stc)Uc music in a manner WARKSBURY. ThiS BEST OF THEM ALU 11 Vou Are Going North, bewilderingly porlect. With them she Cracks Mr. TScl Perkins leases this week works in a mysterious way wonders to IK If Vou Are Going Souik, 'it perform and is instilling politeness, forTeras Miss Hinnle Royston is With such a genteel gentleman as grace and elegance of manners in them Yteitir.g her cousin Miss Fannie Floyd tigS noTHLYJAAGAZINE If You Are Going East, Bro. Louis Landram conducting so ex- by the jug full everyday. She wel near Danville.... Rev. W. M. Kuykcn-da- ll BQflHwH visited in Preachersville Thursday a paper as the Record, to note comes visitors in a manner so cor' cellent If You Are Going West' Contain a complete novel In every nnm- Miss Emma passing anu lore tea urture events, to dial and with such ease and perfect and Friday of last week grace that I wonder why all the peo- Kennedy,' of Paris Ky is the charming ur. in nuauinn ion largo qnanllly or useful present anything new under the sun VIA THE PURCHASE TICKET uau cmenuinmg reaumg mauer. Mrs. W. in Lancaster would be a task as dim-cu- lt ple of Kentucky don't visit the kinder- guest of Mrs. "N. H. Bogie Ko cor.tlnurd mtorlea. trhtrh are mo objectionable to most reader. as finding a needle in a hay stack, garten department q? the Lancaster M. Kuykendall and little daughter It should be In every honsehold. Subhave a right under all circum Graded School at least once a week. I Myrtle leave Friday for Bowling but I scription, SS.OO jht year. stances, to tell the truth and like asked Mrs. Humphrey Ballou if Miss Green to visit her parents Rev. and .ftsseiii w.miea in every town, to wnom the must liberal Inducements will be oCcrvd. Murphy is a native of Garrard.' "Oh, Airs. E. II. Brookshire....Mr. and Uncle George Washington, I do it J. B. ire?CC0T7 C0UPAKY, PubUaliers, Mrs. "N. H. Bogie visited their sister and desire to state a few impressions no," she replied, "Miss Murphy has PHILADELPHIA. that have boon formulated in tllQ last resided in New York, "Washington, Mrs. Sam Hughes of Danville Sunday Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. few days while in Lancaster on bust Jioston, Louisville, Chicago. Cincin- - and met their brother Mr. W. N. Mr. and Mrs. ness pertaining to secret orders, and nati, Philadelphia, Chattanooga, Bir-- Hicks of Cincinnati ANO so sccuna if I thrqvy a few bouquets I hope the mingham, Pensacola, Denver, London, Frank Carney. Master Willie and England, and many other cities, but I Little Miss Julia Mae, of Willisburg The Maximum of Safety, NOTARY PUBLIC, recipients will keep them watered NEW DESIGNS by memory, and remember that these ao not know which is her native city, accompanied by Mrs James Hawkins The Maximum of Speed, BRYANTSVILXE, KENTUCKY bfte is one or tne best Christians I ev- and little daughters Pearl and Mattie llowcrs of truth cost them nothing. ! 11.. i are as many genuemeii q fno wftuonauu iatuuimuujr &utLnny Mae, of Nelson County, returned home v. 'mere Luflfl SlirVejOr Best spring medicine. tit 'BSSlUlltllllV. LOWiHCCS square inch in Lancaster as any town- seeds of kindness, in the paths where last week after a Dieasant visit to The Maximum of Comfort, It makes the weak strong. friends and relatives at this nlace. others move." I have been "hanging around" in maWp sell and recommend it. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Th Minimum nf Rnfa Lancaster's legal luminaries reflect Mr. J. C, Boner raised and sold 100 ny a day. I had not been here an hour before I had three invitations to "Go radiant rays of ability and can hang as hogs last year and Messers B. F. and K3ISHTS 0? PYTHIAS. A. Robinson have bought and ship home with iue tJ supper,'' and I don't niany criminals as any other set of Rates, Time and all other information will think I received the invitations thro' lawyers, iney can also clear a fellow ped more hogs than and other men in be cheerfully furnished by '' C. P. ATM ORE, a. P. A.', sympathy, as I have gained 25 pounds sometimes, but of course they can't do the county. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst Monday Mr. "NT. H. Bogie our enter Or by in four months and hardly lookaslank tnat ror love aione. Miiey are anaDie Louisville. Kt. when u U Aicoie.ippm.uiui gentlemen and universally courteous prising of Pythias, meets every Friday RECORD ground the. ground. that a juryman took ana lean as Hon Rev merchant took in from his CENTRAL one on . . night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis- Mntlifuv Dawson Huches. but in the ana it ever I am forcod to hurtafel- - customers 130 dozen eggs, so you see a nap during iue iieauiis ui iuu , low for tramninffon mv toes I want to we have enterprise R. ktaHAIRD'S iting Knights are fraternally invit here and if the WEEK BY is about as silly as the gr EYEHY But this ncasier lawyers to Dnng out prospective railroad comes this way .1 feet lIie rupon which most trials are allowed to air in Lancaster. LOUIS LA.XD11AX. Publisher. before a jury that I did it in our little village will be up to date. The vouns ladies great scotts alive, the fact , s. ho worn out. The laws of the land LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. haselde. k.r.&s. will make even the cray hairs of sen oeiense Mr. J. K. West visited Mr. and Mrs. have undergone so many "reversals' thev Tlie Lincoln county people that have original col- change Representing Over James Speaks at his old home Monday. that shrewd lawyers an old manare "outtoofthe ..$i.U0 and knock-out- s ADVAMCZ... YFAB, IS sight," to use adopted Lancaster as their home seem " d&ired or. Thev iOKB . .25 can twist them into any shape " W. H. HOSHAL & CO., " He Fooled the Surgeons, one of the most complimentary express- - t0 De climbing the golden stairway of I nrftnmp hnsafrpn i ,.,i uiUU8u, nrosnfintv. which -- r i,,, v. i r HU my uumiimnu, .urn All doctors told Renick namilton.of l!J,.nl cnnnlf- m.,i.,i,..l.w.WI ,...., w:n;.,,v silver mine. ..ii..: ft THURSDAY, West Jefferson, O., after sufferiug 18 la the following Fire Insurance March 123 1899 er a nr. Ruini.1 ucj...v.v. ub Commission Merchants, upon n.iu will soon una or tie oldest brother Odd Fel months from Rectal Fistual, he would Jennings Bryan, "we have hen.nl of Companies don't know about running the gov he i n,. oivl .. tiillllin.il nf lows x nave strucK in a long time is die unless a costly operation was per xiu.c A Kansas preacher lias posted a ernmeni tna of Hartford. thorn iga In," i am constrained to use Thomas Waller Reid, Esq., who joined formed; bnthe cured himself with five challenge against the world to debate very night boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the the language of the Queen of Shoba the Order 51 years ago-- the iink thej Qneen of America. and tnen, if e ectec. t with him his claim that he was 21 yeai-- old-- and was initiated surest Pile cure on Eartn, and the best a UNION STOCK YARDS, except the Baptists arc doomed to hell. " are doing a felloe a g.cat f.nor to haIMiasn T nave into the bright but mysterious lane Salve in the World. 25 cents a box National t llartfort. ,etbeentoWi He is only one who will wager the cold 11'IK IU III HI. not seen a single young lady in Lan- - leading from Jerusalem to Jericho. Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. Phenix of nionl.iyn. - - - CINCINNATI, O. cash on the matter, but It is a painful caster who has not had at least 23 of- - oto. Keid is superintendent of the for state ollices is truth that many a poor fool thinks The Hartfonl of Hartford. and said to me SWEENEY. pro- - Baptist Sunday-schofers of marriage. Good looks and information that onlv those of his own denomina-ito- n growing quite warm, and at present possils go hand and hand, X will have yesterday: "'iue waller m my name Manchfjitcr of EugliUi fully furnished. Consign your stock di can enter the pearly gates. A the indications arc thoro will be from ho trouble m sustaining the assertion is for Rev. Edmond Waller, a noted Lonnlo C. Land, of Rowland, visited rect to us. 'Phone 7346 Connecticut of Hurlford. great many are members of particular ten to twenty aspirants for every place in regard to the number of proposi- - Baptist divine and father of Rev. John his sister Mrs. C. B.Perkins last week. denominations for the same reason on the different tickets. It is earnest tions to many. North British and Mcrdiantfle, It is a splendid idea Waller, a famous preacher, Whon 1 Mr. Levi Bell has opened a black ly hoped that clean men will be nomi fn look hnfnrft von loan. Mv wife will was born 72 years ago Re-v-. they are democrats or republicans Edmond smith shop near Gilberts Creek bridge "Cause Pa was one" and that is the nated by both parties and the chronic tell you German .lunrican of N5 w Yorfe. Waller was pastor of the Baptist and is doing good business. that. only reason they can give. But there candidates shoved to the rear. I saw Butler Engleman in Lup.cas? church at Keene, Jessamine county Messors John Brown and John Liverpool and London and Globe. are cranks, however, v.hoiiimly believe in many years. He was In another portion of Ken weak, first Woodstock, who I have purchased the Wal that only members of their particular The London Kentuckian copies on ler this in the courttime but not in tuclcy one Sunday and the Baptists Thompson, of with O. B. Perkinshave i He was house, been stopping for I also represent the old reliable are to pick Isarps on the other of our editorials verbatim, but fails church charge of the sheriff, ne used to take persuaded a young Campbellito preach- - thft nnst, Wftflk- - snlfl hoiul nf t.wn voiir ker stable and am prepared shore. Such people have about as to give credit. We presume it was a S1)ecjai delight in shooting at me er to nil Mr. wallers pulpit in Keene. mules to L. K. Perkins at 830.00 lol-- ! NSW Ya?l( Life IjISrannS to furnish, the much genuine religion as can be crowd- because Bro. llamm likes us and is om ua.ptlst preacher felt sohu lars per head and one to J. C. Fox at p-nthrough some newspaper, but he has ed into a mustard seed. ashamed to say who wrote it. settled down to the important and miliated when he returned and found same price. commendable business of raising a out that a Campbellite preacher had Miss Grace Morgan, Mrs. S. Rigsby, has given positive The President The Wayne County Record comes to iarge and interesting family, and tells preaciicd in his pulpit that he bought and Stella and Annie Dishon were on the shortest notice. to hasorders to the War Department our desk this week". The paper is well me he has three to start on. Mav he 100 yards of black cambric and had the pleasant visitors at Beazleys school FIRE ant! LIFE IffiMMCE Special attention given Comten the removal of the volunteer sol- printed, nicely made up and chock nVe lon and nrosper. pulpit and entire church draped in house Friday afternoon. mercial Travelers. diers fiom Cuba b?fore there is any full of news. Wifli T!rn "KV1 "Riclinn nc Oh-- i np.nl lrr """""'b SPEB1GFLELD danger of infection from yellow fever. Maa RICE EENGE " Pneumonia Follows La Grippe. commander, Bro. JoeHaseidenaskeep, We suppose its the President's idea to The pump manufacturers are the "e ui eeiy but pneumonia cannot follow the use FIRE AED MAIME bring away the volunteer and send atest to form a trust. It should be er of records and seal, the Knights of v?iauu!uu"1 of Foley's Honey and Tar. Pneu Pvtliias lodge is moving along swlm- - Kr- INSURANCE COMPANY. the regular soldiers into the pest-hoin easy matter lor them to "water" mingly. The degrees are conferred in a Jiaster ot tne state one year away monia is striking down hundreds of THE to die. But this is the way the regu- thfir stock. back in the 60s. He has served prob those who thought they were cured of faultless manner, and in the work each EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO lars have been treated all along. They you able 20 terms rs Moble Grand of Lan la Grippe. Foley's Iloney and Tar, participant is a "warm baby," if have been given the hot end of the OF NEW YORK. caster lodge of Odd Fellows. For 53 taken during or after la Grippe, is Chamberlain's Cousli will permit a little slang. Bro. Jim BANK poker in every instance. And its easy Baptist guaranteed to prevent pneomonia. This remedy is intended especially Dillon performs beautifully in the years he has been a red-hXa understand why. Regulars take Robinson & Hamilton Ads and has been a subscriber of the Bap lm croup, whooping lodge room, and as Master at Arms C. C. & J. E. Stormes. no part in elections and seldom vote, for coughs, colds, cougns and innueuza. it lias oecome Bro. Jake Joseph is a bright, particu t'st Western Recorder for 5a year?. CAPITAL Office ovei Foit OHce. SURPLUS- while the volunteers are oilicered by Rev, George O. Barnes was When FLATWOOD. 100,000.00 cures 720,000.0. :: : Laxcasteb, politicians who can work wires in famous for its (if of these diseases, lar star, while Bro. Louis Landram student at Centre College away back Kektuckt a large pact the civilized world. puts on the finishing touches by excel elections. That is what's the matter over LANCASTER, KY, Mr. E. II. Walker lost two valuable most fluttering testimonials have lent music on the organ. Quite a num- - in the 40s he was a leader in just such with Hannah. Now isn't this a sweet The ORGANIZED 18S3. giving accounts of its :nt. liiin hftnn irfrlorl rn l tin wnnrwv. entertainments as the boys around Lan work mules very suddenly a few days b?en received, kettle of fish? &3k& ter bild T"esday nil rising ago. The cause is not known. good works: of the aggravating and mentilank this week. One member NATIONAL BANK. hades generally. One night the stu Mr. Stephen Walker's son, John, reA. R. Denny. President. T. DKWirr Talmage has re persistent coughs it hascured; of severe told me he thought the members that Rev. dents, led by Rev. Geo. O. loaded an turned home from Savanah, Ga., Sat- U OF LAKOASTEB. FT. signed the pastorate of his church in colds that have yielded promptly to its joined this rani: had to have a uni old cannon so Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. heavily that it was ex- urday evening with an honorable dissmoothing effects, and of the danger form, but a "wooden overcoat" is Washington and will devote his tjme Wjc.H. Kin.naird, Caahler. ous attacks of croup it hascured' often what it consists of, and when the pected to be heard for 25.miles in every charge, to the delight of his many to literary work and the lecture field. direction, and a fuse a hundred yards friends and relatives. Capital, S. C. Denny, $50,000 J. F. Robinsoh. J He takes u almost a column in a saving the life of the child. The exten- member dons it, his family is paid in length was attached and ignited, Mrs. Perrin returned home from her Surplus Fu-iWashington paper telling why he sive use of it for whooping cough has from SoOO to $.1,000, The members qf 10,000 Assistant Cash'r. This done, they all hied themselves to brother's R. S. Lawson, Saturday, made the change, but his real shown that it robs that disease of all the Order all over the world are tal R. T. Embby Aaa't where she has been spending the past reason is plain to all tnere s more dangerous consequences. It is espeBUSINESS SOLICITED. vi ljuamuuu LU UIO week. cially prized by mothers for their chil- - Rank of the Knights of Pythias, re- - outu). .'11. AJUlUbi cold cash reaped from the lecture DIRECTORS home and jumped into bed with his Carefaland Prompt AttontlunGnaractead platform. It is amusing to see some drcn, as is never fails to effect a speedy inenihering that the brightest jewels clothes and shoes on. There came Sam 1. D.Cochran, Ja3 Spllman, Working Night unil Uny. preachers scramble for a jobof "work" cure, aim uccau.se tney naveiouno that it garners are the tears of widows and explosion Alex. R. Denny. that shook the natives out The busiest and mightiest little S. M. IIiaaiNBOTHAM President A. C. Robinson, in that part of the Lord's vineyard there is not toe least danger in giving orphans, that its imperative com of feheir beds and Mr. W. R. Cook, Barnes' mother, thing ever was made is Dr. King'sNew Lxwi Y. Lkjlysli. L. Davidson, it, even to babies, as it contains noth- mands are to assuage the sufferings of which contains the most shade and S. F. H0D80N Cashier Jno. E Stormes. ing injurious. Sold by R. E. McRob a brother, bury the dead, care for the who knew him well, hastened to hi Life Pills. Every pill is a d juiciest fruit. room struck a match and there lay her globule of health,that changes weak W. O. Rionby Assistant Cash'i 3m erts Druggist. widow, and educate the orphan, to ex' hoy, anaitutly sleeping the sleep of ness into strength, listlessness into CD. Walkxb Bookkeeper W S. BEAZLEY. ercise charity towards offenders; to "Embalmed Beef" investigaThe innocents. Throwing up her hands, she energy, brain-fa- g into mental power. construe words and deeds in their grown to be a nuisance to Across the way on a cot tion has shouted: "Thank God George aint in They're wonderful in building up the DIRECTORS: least unfavorable light, granting hon readers of the daily papers. Enough With no rest night or d'iy. Teeth extrcteJ without pain A couple there arc in despair with Vitalized Air. Office in health. Only 25c per box. Sold b J. M. HiaOINBOTHAM, esty of purpose and good intentions to it this time!" testimony was taken during the first I.XWIS Y. LXATSU.. the New Thompson Building. With bills they cannot pay. If I know kicking when I hear it, R. E. McRoberts. others; its laws are reason and equity: few days of the investigation to show 21. Abnold, 1.8. Johnson, T. conclusively the beef was unfit for use So take a lesson from your neighbor, its cardinal doctrines inspire purity of then I hereby proclaim the fact that B. C. Arnold, Jx. B.F. Hudson. His Beat. thought and life, and love of truth: its some loud, long and high kicking is hut the court goes on, and from pres. Pay cash for what you get. .1 Iux.Qibbi, J. J.Walxxb prospects will continue to be sit And you will live a peaceful life is peace on earth and good fcr!S 0,1 "uru 111 ""icasier as 10 tne ' Fe'lers, I have done my best t" ent intention Jacob Y. RoBirioN. Probability of the insurance compa So he snld, u::fl went to rest, will to all mankind. These are the ting when Gabriel sounds the final By keeping out of debt. Like a child, that, tired of play, mess-calThe trial has developed rand nlcs of the Order of Kniehts of n,es nain& to fold tlieir tents like the Lays his lit ad on mother's breast, cigar stands have the All first-claRpv. "R. Eriwsirrl. .v.srnr nf ti PvtbiasT briefiv stated for the benefit Arab and seek a clime more congenial some dirty treatment of Uncle Sam IIProctor Knott cigar. by the beef sellers, and the old fellow lisn Baptist Church at MinersviHe of those who think that fun and frolic and conducive to health, wealth and "Fellers I have done my best!" tjipiuc. iul "uuuu men uou u should kick somebody's pants. Pa., when suffering with rheumatism, and getting straddle of the traditional Hands that few who loved him pressed (inonft! molested 'I billy goat, Folded were, as II In prayer, goes on in the urint tllrt was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain that and in discussing it I heard some of Iu the ITox. W. J. Bhyax refused to kiss a Balm. He says: "A few applications lodge room gently o'er his breast. language more forcible Texas girl the other day. That was of this liniment proved of great service I noticed at a prayer meeting the them use the business men are allthan For the speedy and permanent cure of Ill put to me. It subdued the inflammation other night that a brotherly love exists elegant, If tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Chamall right, but should he back down All, In those last words expressed and relieved the pain. Should any suf- - between the various denominations, in jail at once this week I shall visit berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is All ot pain, of grief ucguessed when a Kentucky girl puts up her that institution to witness the repro without an equal. It relieves the itch- Who than this can better say ruby lips, it will show conclusively lcrer pront oy giveing Pain Balm a in talks before the audience duction of the Tower of Babel enterinj? and smarting almost instantly and In the At the closing of life's day : Cockier Jocrmai. tham ' Fellers, I have done my bestl" that he is unlit to b& president or any trial it will please me." For sale by durimr the eveninc each had kind tainment and get a whiff of the sul its continued USO effects 1 a permanent iu any other pap?r published-bo- th In qualltr-A. ... Atlanta Constitution. i.-T. lm words and sympathy for the other, and thing else within the gift.of the peo- R. E. McRoberts Druggist. t ana qaduuty. buio. it aisu tuica jiui, uaiuci a niu, phur they will send up in quantity and jcaiu neaa, sore nippies, ucninsr piles.. is what 1 call religion. The min ple. We will wager dollars to doughthat quality as if it emanated from the re chapped hands, chrome sore eye3 and 104- Pap9rS isters of the various Lancaster churchnuts that should a Blue Grass belle There is a man in our town 0D6 YGar gions of the damned. And he is wondrous wise. es are not as old as Mathuselah, in fact besttfw upon him one of her sweet j? or ou uents. If the Lancaster boys are as indusHe gets a bargain every day PnwrTura fnr smiles the old fellow would prance three of them, Revs. Massey, Powell trious in the c TIt oVaitrnta PanAMnn Mnni1 rnKar 1 "fc e as they were in EEK UOCRIER JOCRNAL is tnryic hnr. f Price. 25 cents. Soldty e(J,,a,of mny ies, and the superior oi tfi Clark, are quite young in years, but about like a circus horse when the Pays cash for what he buys. aia And vermifuge. old in knowlege of Him who died that band begins to play. honeys andin point a His days are passed in joy and peace j .Tv ihwiuuic i oui uews, mures iA R.E .McRoberts, Drug,g,stt Lancaster good clas3 matter, more good stories, than any , .. , .... w i.iw.wv-vyvji nvaiui vni uiiiiuuieij' uc alluur- At night his sleep is sweet. ....0..u WW .9 I other. Issued WedTiesday and Saturday. A they tell the old, old story in a man- - bilts and Goulds. Everything was J Tub farce of granting new trials was He has no dreams of debts and dues good commission to agents. Sample cople iree, ? and - turned over except the ner quite entertaining, as well as in- court-housrun considerably further into the And bills he cannot meet Spriil899 on application. Write to. structive. There are some splendid C Z CO. PLANTS, VINES TREES, singers here and the worship of God in Wednesdiiy and the sheriff insistee I on ? LOUISVILLE. KY. soiigisaninteresumrnarfcoitne serv- - search nc me T mnn nprl it. wnc hn Fruit and ornamental Trees, cause I looked like I was a bad man ices. A SPECIAL ! BY ARRANGEMENT Shrubs, small fruits and every The factseemstobegenerallyknown you can get the C Formula on each package. thing for Orchard, Lawn aud Gar tnatBro. JimUroW'DiIIonis worth a body was searched diligently before , Central Record neap to any town. He works well in entering tne court-rooas trouble in AND THE 1 ClIRFS VOUR COUGH f den. We employ no agents But any kind of traces and the people tell tne lana was expected momentarily. COURIER JOURNAL sell direct at reasonable prices joe rj. yyateks. me he is privileged to say and do what Strawberry and Tree Catalogues he pleases, Both Om Year for Oily Glorious News. V-c25on application to The Graded School here is an honor Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of $1.25 H. F. HiXLENMEYER, S to the city and the school facilities of Washita, I. T. He writes: " Four bot-This is for cash subscriptions only. All sub Ajmiciisier are equaneu in dud iew tiesor Electric fitters nas curea Mrs. phone 279 Lexington, Ky. Li. E. AlcRobiirts, scriptions under this combination offer musJ-- g towns. The teachers know their bus- - Brewer of scrofula, which had caused be sent through Thb Central Record Office iness and act well their part there all her great suffering for years, Terridle honor lies. I was particularly sores would break out on her head and the EDUCATION Queen & Cresceat Route. struck with the kindergarten depart- - face, and the best doctors could give no j aDtinteiy necesry to the yenrg PASSES DANVILUt. ment presided over by Miss Margaret help; but her cure is complete and her man or jouug woman who would win 1(0RTH BOUND. Murphy. She is certainly a world- - health is excellent. " This shows what success In life. This being conceded S beater as to excellency in managing thousands have proved- ,- that Electric t Is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank Number 610 (Dally except Sunday). ...6:09 a. m Number Daily, Stop . children and no illustrious General Bittersisthe best blood purifier known, 1:43 p. Number 4 (Dally) Flag 3:56 a. m. THE BRYANT & STBATTOX BUSINESS COLLEGE ever had his soldiers better trained It's the supreme remedy for eczema. 3 (don't stop) Number 3 Cp.m LOUISVILLE, KY. than Miss Murphy has her army of lit-- tetter, liver, kidneys, and powels' ex- SOUTH BOUND. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line tie Lancaster tots. Such unanimity pels, poisons, helps dieestion builds ud Number 1 (don't atop) 11:50 a.v Graduates of this college preferred by business house. Write for a beautirai dook giving testimonials from graduates occupy ina Number 5 (Dally except Sunday) ...11 :t3 a.a 13 ot action is seldom attained as is wit-- the strength. Only 60 cents, sold 'by SHORTHAND, promlnentpositlons all over the United States It will be mailed Number 9 ( Dally except Bunday) 7:55 p.a. loyon 11:43 p. a. ia.ter3 (Midnight fla) ii oqc t oowo at Creation. 1 ILIPPINCOTT'S Il ling f JJa- - tWalS Paper X. DUNN it Apt -- -- Prof.-Judze w insurance Agency 357,000,000 t. t, r I I Ln Ca!tl8,HGgs,Sheop- cat-fig- NEW LIVERY. ? I company Very Best Rigs ' le .m"yy"" MAL f'lTMS d 1 111 sugar-coate- DENTIST YOU l. tw - ........ ..I Incill-'lllP- o there-Fol- ded Skin Diseases. 1 I GET MORE Twice-a-Wee- k I - day-tim- ?A Physician I 1 "'ICE-A-- M V band-stan- d s e, 'OUT, I SSrSxtX,. I Ai vr. uno s spruce uum I S OUKJEB-JOURX- A Balsam. i Sin adayjujij(? TWICE-A-WEE- K DANVILLE!, KY. 1 Pure tags, Fine Stationery, A BUSINESS tt,. I Toilel Jlvzi'cLes. BOOK-KEEPIN- General Notice WE MUST HAVE XOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OOO Up-to-dat- The AN INCREASE IN THE ARMY OP BUYERS. Our SPRING LINE is BETTER and LARGER than Ever e Neckware. WEAR INGEST SHOES In cOur stock of - Manhattan Shirts oooox CLOTHING is selected the State. sfrom Best Eastern Markets. O-TJIRIITIEIE- ID- ARE THE BEST. Full Sine Stetson Hats.! SATISFACTIOIsT J.L. Frohman & Go. IJ1 ) m ry. Miss Jennie is one of the sweetest and most popular girls in Garrard county, and many expressions of regret were heard when the accident occurred. Miss Mary Adams, of Hustonville, is visiting Miss Lizzie Thompson. HAMMACK. KEa JUDSON. fan! i m isii. ji ji i .! KMi li-.- i r IStVI Ws T Misses Ballou, of Stanford, are Mrs. H. M. Ballou's guest. and see our goods. The Social and Industri al Club will Miss Lula Graham will be with us again this sea- meet next Wednesday afternoon with Miss Mary Gill. son and will be glad to wait on all of her old friends. Miss Nannie Eason, of Ludlow, has returned home, after a visit to relat'Phone 85. ives here and in Danville. Miss Lula Anderson has returned ny's Companj' returned home Monday from Killarney, Fla., where she has morning much to the delight of fami- been spending the winter with Mrs. B. M. Burdett, ly and friends. THURSDAY, March, - 23 1890. Mr. L. D. Routt, the clever organizer Mr. Wm. Eason and wife, were visfor the Fraternal Order of America, iting his relatives here this week. He was here this week. The order has a was enrout to Birmingham, where he goes to accept a good position. strong lodge here. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOGOO Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hamilton, of Luc!-loMiss Mary Robertson, who has been who have been visiting relatives 8 Mrs. Wm. Cook's guest, accompanied her to Hendersonville, N. C, for a vis- here, left for Wallaceton, where they will spend a few days befere returning OQD3O3QG0OOOOOO00O0OO0 it to Mrs. E. L. Owsley. home. Born, on last Thursday, the lGth, Col. W. S. Fergurson is here from to the wife of Mr. E. II. Smith, nee Mr. Joe F. Waters has been here all Covington this week. Miss nattie Henry, of El Doiado, Ar- week working up K. P. insurance mingR. II. Batson is in the city this kansas, an eleven pound boy, Robert ling witli the boys and having more week buying spring goods. fun than a pet coon. He has his corBrank. net with him and gave valuable assisMr. and Mrs. Will Lackey have been James Y. Currey, of Louisville, was tance to the choir at the Baptist visiting Mrs. E. A. Burnside. in town this week. He has been em church Sunday. He also played in the Mrs. Mildred Beazley is visiting ployed at the New Mammoth, in that K. P. lodge Friday night and his sweet Mrs. Pattie Hays, of Stanford. city, but now has a job in New York, notes caused the goat to prance about E. G. Erwln, of Columbus, Tenn., for which place he left Tuesday. with renewed activity. Joe finds time is visiting Dr. J. W. Grant and family. Hon. R. C. Ford, of Middlesboror, to come to Tiik Record office freMiss Annie Loyd Herring entertain- was in town a few hours yesterday. quently and chat Capt. White, the lated a few friends last Tuesday evening. Mr. Ford is very cnthuisastic over the ter having learned Joe to set type proposed railroad and is doing all in when a little Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price, of Dan- his power toward pushing the matter boy. Although he has only been ville, were with Mrs. Susan Price a through. here about a week, he has made friends few days. whj would gladly welcome him as a "How's Goose Egg getting along at permanent citizen, and if he will move Mrs. W. T. Browning and children, Hendersonville?" was asked Letcher of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. John Owsley the other day. "Willie is do- over we will see that he gets the best Anderson. ing nicely and we think he is gaining of everything in the shop. Miss Mattie Powell, of Hustonville, ground, ne wants to get back to Pneumonia. is the guest of her cousin, Miss Lizzie Kentucky, though," replied Letch. is the quick agent of death. Fully Thompson. of recent deaths have been Mr. George R. narden, of CovingMr. John M. Logan has returned ton, was here lirst of the week on bu from pneumonia following la Grippe. from Hew York with a nice line of siness. He tells us his family is well, Pneumonia cannot follow the use of and like their new home very much. Foley's Honey and Tar. spring goods. C. C. & J. E. Stormes S. P. Grant, after a visit to her We tried to get him to say if he liked lm Mrs. mother, Mrs. II. A. Price, has return- it better than Lancaster, but he was BRYANTSVILLE. as mum as a clam. ed to Danville. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Moss have issued Dr. Worrill, of Danville, will fill the Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury has about fully recovered from her recent attack invitations to the marrage of their pulpit at Pleasant Grove Sunday. beautiful and accomplished daughter, Rev. Clark delivered an excellent disof pneumonia. Lula Eudoxie, to Mr. Walton Eucene Mr. W. J. Romans and pretty daugh Moss, of Henderson, North Carolina. course at the Methodist church Sunday evening. ti ter, Irene,, made a brief visit to The ceremony will be performed at the last week. at the residence of the brides parents Mr. Avery, of this vicinity, received a telephone message Sunday evening Wednesday, the 29th. Mr. and Mrs. George Lusk, of from Bradsfordville, announcing the have been visiting Mr. and A telegram from Junction City, .says death of his mother. Mrs. John W. Miller. Rev. Willis L. Wayts, late chaplain of Mrs. Eliza Ballard returned last week Miss Mollie Smith again accepted a the Second Kentucky Infantry, passed from a pleasant visit to friends and position in R. H. Batson's store, to through here today from Tazewell, relatives Miss Alice Va.. where he has been called to take clerk during the spring season. charge of the Baptist church. He will Dunn has been the guest of his sister Miss Mary Welsh, after a pleasant enter upon his duties April 1, and will Miss Willie the past week.... Mrs. visit to Miss Mattie Elkin, has return- remove Haselden and Mrs. Taylor Burdett visins family to that place at ed to her home in Kicholasville. ited in Danviile this week Mrs. once. Rebecca Dunn visited in your town Miss Mattie Thompson will assist in Mrs. Jess Dunn visited week last the trimming department this season A few days ago Miss Jennie Burn Mrs. Porter Dunn this week.... Mr. side met with a painful accident, and Mrs. Tom Adams have returned In Miss Lillie Noel's millinery store. which has caused much regret by her from Florida, also Ike Dunn, of this Miss Lula Graham arrived Tuesday, many friends and admirers. She took vicinity. and has again taken charge of the from a shelf a bottle supposed to conCoughed 25 yean. irimming department at Noel Sisters. tain listerine, and drank probably a I suffered for 25 years with a cough, tablespoonful of the contents, when, Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura to her horror, it proved to be ammo- and spent hdndreds of dollars with Smith have returned from the cities nia. Her tongue and mouth were doctors and for medicide to ne- avail bringing the latest style of spring mil burned into a mass of blisters, and Dr. it until i usedsaved Bell's linery. my life, J. C. Rosell. It has was feared her speech had been im McRoberts . Drug Miss Mary Morgan, of Stanford, is paired. DUfc lnlfir dp.VPlnrtnontc nr-- Grantsburg, 111. -lm. here this week waiting on her niece, quite favorable to a complete recove- - Store. Mrs. Dr. Acton who is quite ill of We have returned from the Cities with the Largest and Most Select line of Millinery ever shown in Lancaster, and we cordially invite everybody to ccme in NOEL SISTERS. CENTRAL RECORD. I PEtySOJiRIi. Little Bessie Ross is very sick at this writing. Mrs. Chas Murry is very sick with stomach trouble. Quite a good deal of sickness in this community at present. Squire Parson bought a mare from J. II. McQuerry for $17. D. G. Ross bought some fine shoats from R. F. Parson for $14.45. Mr. Charly Graves' little girl, Hal- lie, is very sick with lagrip. - J Mr. Cord's children are Improving from measels and pneumonia. The little son of Clell Lackey, of color, is very low with pneumonia. Eddie Walker Jr. is some better at this writing. Mrs. E H. Walker has been very sick with lagrip. Miss Ilattie McQuerry's brothers and uncle J. n. McQuerry, have made her a present of a very nice organ. Mr.'Wm. nammack left here last Wednesday for St Louis where he has a job at $1.25 per day. Success to you William. Mr. John Newland has rented S. E. Hammack's blacksmith shop for the present year and will begin work April 1st. John is a good, honest fellow and deserres a good share of patronage of the community. The Eagle, King of all Birds. is noted for its keen sight, clear aud distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore .eyes of any kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25cts McRoberts Drug Store. lm STUNh. Mr. Geo. McQuerry sold a lot of hemn seed last Monday at $4.00 per bushel. Mrs. Peachie Grow sold her crop of hemp last week at $4.00 per cwt. Fin Leavell sold a load of hemp at Nicholasville last week at $4.25 cwt. Norman Grow sold to Jas. Sparks 12 hoats that averaged 120 pounds at 3 cents per pound. Mr. T. L. Sanders sold a nice com bined horse a few days ago for $95,00. Jas Littrell sold his old crop of hemn at and new crop at $4.95 per hun dred. Luther Raneysold to Mr. Hiram Ray 12 head of cattle at $22.50 per head. They averaged about 550 pounds. Milk cows are scarce and in demand in this section. Farmers in the locality are bihind with their work on account of bad weather. The river is on another big boom. Some tobacco beds have been burned and sowed In this vicinity. Misses Edna Scott and EmmaNaylor accompanied by Mr. John Lane attended a big party at Mr Wm. Whitakers last week. Weak Eyes Are Made Strong. did vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye salve. Its put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store the zounty for Willie Raney sold a rock quarry to $30. one-thir- d Cin-cina- lm - y. nr nr mm nr Corporal T. W. Conn, of Capt. Pen I We have just returned from the city and can show j our patrons the j 'Is now A1I mm wm w mw mm wm want W. J. ROMANS I "better prepared than ever to do !2 Kinds Carriage and Buggy Work If you want a GOOD, HOME-MADE Prettiest Millinery Kentucky. Gen. Castleman Talks. Gen. Jno. B. Castleman, one of the most prominent insurance men in the state, in an interview by the Harrods- burg Democrat, said: "A jury in Georgetown imposed pen alties of $24,000 on insurance compa nies in Scott county a town whose yearly premiums amount to but It is necessary, I think, forthose people who impose these penaltieslo pay for them, and therefore I recommend that an increase of 100 per cent, be made on all risks in Scott county and an increase of 50 per cent, on the present rates in Frankfort and Franklin county, these increases to take effect by the 10th of this month." . $20,-00- 0. Ever shown i n this sec- - tion of Venicle you can get it. 5 jWe cordially invite the public to inspect. Newest patterns, j All the Latest Novelties. If you want the Best Rubber Tires To Be Had You can get them. There are lots of frauds in Rubber Tires on the market, but you get the best by calling on us. MUMlUiMlUlUlMlU iUiUiUlUiUlUlUlUUi iii Sallie D. Tillett. been afflicted with rheuira-t'sfor fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief. I was able to be around all the time, but constantly suffeiing. I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did and was immediately re lieved and in a short time cured. I am happy to say that it has not since returned. Josh Edgar, Germantown, Cal. .For sale by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. lm I have N. T. Grow sold his hemp crop to L. Hudson at $4. per hundred. The few pretty days last week awoke Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to H the farmers from their winter slum Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and S ber. connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Mr. Willie Whitaker gave a party at Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service his home Monday night in honor of to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and Messers Relaford Preston and Willie San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. Lane. The Train Service is perSPlaMiV The dogs made a raid on Master fect in detail. Fast schedCharles Grows flock of goats last week ules, 24 hours to Jackson but luckily only one was killed. The ville, 54 hours little fellow although grieved over his Cincinnati to loss, saved the hide and tacked it up Havana. W.C. R:EiRSOS VStfe'fcV-i'- in plain view of Poor Ridge pike. Judson has at last secured an atten tive and faithful assistant postmaster, although a farmer he is always prompt n his duty. There will be no more complaining about letters being over looked, although some of the girls are At Sun Juun. tlu'ii after this rush of several hundred ery mucn puzzled over receiving let Harpers Weekly, of Feb. 4, contains jardsto climb th steep bides of the ters compliments of H. B. written on a lengthy article ahout the part the San Juan, but it did not take us long the back, and would be glad to receive 16th Regular lnfatry took at San Juan. to reach the brow, or cre.t. wh 're v e an explanation. It has a line picture of Capt.- W. C. were withia fhiity or forty paces of Mrs. Tine Huffman and Master Ri McFarland, formerly of this city. As the Spanish line. ley Preston visited Mrs. Bolton at he has many friends here and some of The enemy, seeing our head? the company are remembered by many appear from below the hill, broke and Teatersville Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Maoia Raney who had her collar Lancaster people, we reproduce a part lied from tluir trenches, and practically ceased their firing. Our own batteries, bone broken a few weeks ago is im of the article, which is as follows: proving slowly Miss Marion Ray, of We had passed El Pozo from their station full a mile in the Buckeye, spent last Monday night with about a mile when we first came under rear, did not seem to realize that the her cousin Bessie Ray Mrs. Margaret the Spanish fire, and from this point to American troops were now so near the. Stone is the only lady of this commun- - theSan Juan River our way led through Spanish breastworks, for just as we we; 0 n chasing them out 01" the trenches ty that can boast of having early dense jungle. McFarland, who had led the chickens Mr. Jack Navlor. who has " When about six hundred yards been confined to his room most all from this stream our regiment filed to charge, and who, pistol in hand, was in of firing at retreating winter, is able to be out again Mr- - the right and funned in line of battle. the act struck downthe a piece of enemy, was by W. Sanders intended calling on his lthough the enemy's bullets could be .shrapnel from one of our own guns, girl Saturday night but was disap heard clipping through the bushes of which exploded immediately over our pointed on account of the inclemency whizzing over our heads, and occasion heads. As soon as the enemy disapof the weather Mrs. Wm. Walls is ally striking a man, we could not see peared in the distance, we gathered captain and expecting her mother, Mrs. Moberley, the Spaniards, nor did we knov their around our fallenfield hospital, had him carried to the where, to return from Mt. Valley Kansas the position Anyhow we pushed forward, fortunateIyforitll.it was found that We had first of April, she has been spending each company separately breaking its his wound was not mortal. into the fight with (J.'J men, and the winter with her children there way through the heavy underbrush gone 11) had killed and and as she is quite a lover of flowers ind wading the river, along the further of loss being near wounded, our ratio U per cent." we suppose she is coming home to at bank of which our line was John A. Wyetii. tend to her flower garden in a sunken road which ran nearh parallel to the San Juan Hill, the crest Have you a cough? A dose of Cons PAINT LICK. of which, lined by the enemy's eartli en"s Honey of Tar will relieve it. works, was five or six hundred yard t'riee, '23 cents and o'J cents, We have returned from the cities away. As soon as we began to appeal C. C. & J. E. Stormes, with our new spring goods, and invite along this road the Spanish fire of lm everybody to see them. We have a artillery and small-armAVlll U'oar l,'nlurmi. which hat: larger assortment than ever before. been going on as we advanced, became An exchange says it is reported that We ask the ladies in to see our ele- now very much more severe and accur- Postmasters of the United States will gant line of Dress Goods, Embroider-- , ate. In this slightly sunken road wc be required by the department to wear ies, Carpets, Mattings and Furniture, threw ourselves flat on the ground tt. uniform hereafter, consisting of light and the gentlemen to see our "Nob protect ourselves as well as was possi- blue trousers with red braid down the by" Clothing, Shoes and Hats. We ble, for we were not permitted to re- legs, a white blouse with gold shoulder have everything kept in an turn the fire of the Spaniards, whost traps and a.skull cap with a silver General Merchandise Store, and our straw hats we could see bobbing up here star in front. prices are exceptionally low. See our and there along the line of their caith- If the report is true, Lancaster's P. New Silver Ware which we give away worksaway off on the crest of the hill. M. will be the finest looking one in the with cash purchases. Very Respect" In this position we remained fo: ot, as he &t:mds six feet three inches fully, R. L. Jknnings & Co. probably a until it began to .n his sock feet, and is as handsome as General Merchandise and Furniture. look as if there were no orders for us to the Prince of Wales. Paint Lick, Ky. do anything, either to move forward or to retreat. After we had been in this While salt affects the milk supply, position a few minutes, either by reason it as readily affects the growth and of some misunderstanding of order-fattening of cattle, as it has so much which were construed to mean a reto do with digestion; and because it treat across the river, or a false alarm does aid digestion, it should be in reach of some kind, just to the right of our all the time. company a number of men started to There is only one cure for Contagious Blood Poison the disease which has "Give me a liver regulator and I can break to the rear. Owing to the quick baffled the doctors. They regulate the world," said a genius. foresight and prompt action of Captain iompletely direct cure it, druggist handed him a bottle of McFarland, who rushed in between we totally unable to bottling and poison The the Early Risers, the fa- the men and the river and assured their efforts toward DcWitt's Little up in tlie blood and concealing it from mous little pills. Stormes' Drug them that there was no order to retreat every thing was all right, view. S. S. S. cures the disease posiand that Store, and that we were going forward to take tively trace permanently by forcing out There are now 15 beet sugar factor the hill, what bid the fair to be a stampede jvery afflictedof with taint. blood disease, a terrible ies in the United States. Germany was prevented. I was which was la spots at first, but afterwards has 460 in the Magdeburg district. These soon broke out Into Our entire regimaht arcse The beet sugar of Germany equals in sores, and It Is easy to imagine the suffering I amount the produce of cane cugar in quickly, ran to the fence, and soon endured. Before I beclipped the tangled maze of wire, and all the rest of the world. came convinced that the broke across the field at full speed. doctors could do no good, I had spent a hundred Leading the front of thisswift rush up dollars, which was really thrown away. I then on the enemy, Captain W. C. McFar tried various patent land, at the head of his company (Ej medicines, but tney ma not reach the disease. reached a position well in front of the When I had finished my remainder of the line. With our first bottle of S. S. Can Prescribe was greatly improved bodies bent forward as close to the and was delighted with large red splotches on my ground asposible, few stopped to shoot, the result. Thegrow paler and smaller and :hcst began to although subjected to a deadly fire before long disappeared entirely. I regained stronger, and my apmy loot weiJlit. from the enemy, who from their protec petite greatly improved. I was soon entirely well, and my skin as clear as a piece of glass. ted position emptied their magazine? II. L. Myers. 100 Mulberry St., Newark, N. J. into us. We made quick time to reach Don't destroy all possible chance of a cure by taking the doctor's treatment the foot of the hill, where wc would minerals out of their range. Most of the men of mercury and potash. These and will fall out, the who fell were shot between the road cause the hair to Formula oa each package. system. wreck entire way and the foot of the ridge. " When we reached this safe point CU2ES YOUR COUGH we did not stop even to catch orr IN A breath, but swept on up the hill, only following the gallant Captain McFar is ptjbelv vegetable, andtois the no contain blood remedy guaranteed Price, 25 & 50c land, who seemed determined to be potash, mercury, or other mineral. Books on the disease and its treatthe first man of all in the Spanish trenches. It was hot work under that ment mailed free by Swift Specific Com- Lpany, Atlanta, Georgia. B .E. McRoberts. July sun to make this long march, amf Florida Havana I 1 - 1 Caj-tai- s, 1 te half-hou- r, Copper Colored , Splotches. A Physician? Dr. Otto's S- X Spruce Gum Balsam. DAYj S.S.S.r&Blood The Closing Out S ales Increase Daily. Never-Before-Heard-O- Bargains COME If you want some of these hey have far surpassed our fondest expectations, but we still have sizes in most everything. "otntpf boforP vour size is sold. We have SCJO PAIRS L&BIES OXFORDS ranging in price from 75cts to $3.00, which go in this sale at 50c and $2 AT f- si We have GHiLBRENS HEAD THESE FUXCES Ladies' Dongola Kid Shoe ' at 90cts, m MISSES Mens' French " t all sizes and colors, cheaper than you ever bought them before. 5.oa "3.50 ABOVE SHOES IN ALL COLOES. WE HAVE THE " " Kangaroo French Calf " " Willow " " Vici Kid " Satin " " 1.00 " 1.60 2.10 Calf Shoe " 1.00 " former price $1.25 "' " 1.50 " " We Still Have a Nice Line of Furnishing Goods and " " " " " 2.50 3.00 1.50 " "1.25 "1.60 " " " " " " 2.00 " 2.25 250 3.25 3.50 3.50 "2.50 "2 50 " " " " " " We will continue to take measures for Suits until the stock is closed out. CURED. j Much pain and uneasiness 'is caused f A TIMELY HINT. Hedford county. Shelhyville, Tenn., Tea shocid be wise and see that your Wood is bv piles, sparing neither age nor sex. (lazette. SnllSS? Dr SecuheGerman Liver Powder. Thea yoa TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE cases, 's .1. Sheer, Sedalia, 3io., conductor on MJJNT CUreS the most obstinate malaria, typhoid fever, colds his will be free fromDr. Carlstedt's German Liver Price, oO CtS. Ill bottlo, tubes 7oC. lei'tric street car line, writes that and the grip. best medicine money can buy. t QQ& little daughter was very low with l'owder is the E StormeS( Jm A rcssdenl of Keniptcn claims all phy- for your ooia iry ls r. vsuw wwww ljr.ve discovered a process by v.hk'b croup, and her life saved after Gum Balsam. Price 25o and 50o only by using One John Shaw Pardoned. a Bottle. edible li.mr can be i::aisufacturcd from sicians had failed, For sale by Minute Cough Cure. Stormes' Drug Fbaxkfoht, Ky., March 22. Acting liny. Mclioberts. Store. E. E. Gov. Worthington Monday afternoon A clergyman lias figured out that every pardoned John Shaw, who was sent to The Kentucky Millers, Association is spent for drink in England for COL B. M. BUBOETT weelc and disthe penitentiary from Lee county in penny and a half expended for mission- met at Lexington last cussed the grain and flour situation. Gives a Timely Talk ou tlie Fliillplnes, 1894, to serve a life sentence for murary work. der. Shaw was at the time a resident From reports before the association it Tlie War. Etc. s soon as the milk is drawn fiom was decided C of Vinton county, Ohio, and a majority thrt the outlook for the keep i.;.,vv;tniii ilrvou will thus We, the American people, inaugura- Of those who signed his petition for a wheat crop in Kentucky is better than the amount of dissolved tilth at usual at this lime of year. There is ted a war in 1898 against Spain for the clemency were people in the Buckeye from state. minimum. not much activity in the Hour trade, sole purpose of liberating Cuba jfymhave a cough, threat irrita especially in the export line. Tho Spanish tyranny; that w did Xciv Trial for Thomas JJaker. tion," istfn in the chest, prices will remain ahe same. in a few short months with comparaFrankfokt, Ky., March 18. The tively little expense and bloodshed. court of appeals Thursday awarded a rihiiruit breathing, croup or hoarse For a quick re mcdy and cue that i ness, let us suggest One Minute Cough perfectly safe for children let us rec- In order to accomplish the desired new; trial to Thomas Baker, of Clay .Uwnvs reliable and safe. end our navy, under Rear Admiral county, who was sentenced to tho ommend One Minute Cough Cure. It Stormes" rrn$r Storn. He was conDewey, under proper orders, of course penitentiary for life. is excellent for croup, hoarseness, tick feuds in. of the drouth in California ling in the tljroat and coughs. Stormes entered Manila harbor and destrdyed cerned in the Howard-Bake- r Because the Spanish fleet there stationed, that county, in which several men farmer. in some sections of the State Drug Store. ',yjiicl.i w:s a good job, well executed. were killed, Tlje admis&lon of incomhave buen released from their sugai An exchange says fall, winter and Tho destruction of that Jleet was all petent evidence is the ground for beet contracts. .spring work is all being telescoped totoward ac- granting tho new trial. Let the rich man waste his money gether just now. Many farmers are that could be done there Death of Judge Noble. but the shucking corn and breaking sod delay- complishing the main object the freeon poor cows if he chooses, AVe did not propose to Louisville, Ky., March 22. Judge dairyman ahd the farmer cannot afforo ed by the weather from last fall, Oth- dom of Cuba. liberate the Filipinos from Spanish L. II. Noble, ohc of the leaders of the to keep a poor cow. ers have just fairly started breaking despotic rule it was not part of the republican bar and party in this city, At a farm sale in Ohio, a bunch oi hemp which work's nlsa shonld now be program we had no interest in that died Monday morning, aged 80 j'ears. Oats seeding is also at people, and they none in us. In that Previous to the last general election number, sole conducted grade sheep, about 50 in also clover. Altogether the far. state of case our duty, as a liberty lov- he was on the bench of tho criminal for4 25 per 100 pounds. This was hand,has hishanns full. good sale, as the sheei mer ing people, was to get out and away lliyisipn of tho eircult court, having considered a The late Bill !Nye once advertised a from there and let, that people work been appointed by Gov. Bradley to fill were in poor condition. - cow for sale as follows: ''Owing to out their own salvation with the oth an unexpired term. Geo. 15. Secord, the well known conI will sell at my residence, in er nations of the world, who by profin-itJ Y., says: t:.!ftorof Towanda, Three More Deaths. 1!), range IS, according to association and similarity in races, have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem- township Stukois, Ky., March 22. Consideredy in my family for a long time and govermentsurvey, one plush, raspberry habits and modes of life, did have able excitement exists at (jrangertowu colored cow. age S years. She is a good some interest in them, and sympathy over found t superior to any othe-- .' the death of a young man named We made a mistake Franklin, who died Monday of spinal For side by R. E. McRoberts Druggist- - milker, and is not afraid of the cars or with them. anything else. She is of undaunted when we stayed there and undertook meningitis. His home was at in. milk frequent!'. to set up a government over that peoTwo deaths from the malIt is asserted that some of the courage, and gives not fear death in ple without their solicitation, and con- ady occurred at Morganfield, Mrs. Wise women mill workers; in .Southern fact To a man who (oes any form she would be a great boon. trary to their wishes. We made an and child. or'nw act u: lly live on 10 cents a day. much attached toherhouse other bad mistake when we agreed to This is due to tlie cheapness of veget-a- She is very by Wrong 31 an f'ecured. the means of astaychain. pay Spain twenty million dollars for ar.d flints, and the mildness of at present, Owexsboko, Ky., March 18. Deputy but .she will be sold to anyone who will her right ip the Philippine islands. Sheriff Lee Johnson, of McLean coun requiring but little fue l...e li:n;ii-'. S'hort-lior- n use her right. She is We mado another worse mistake when Vy, brought Frank Mclinley here ou and only thin and cheap clothing. s hyena. I will we agreed to see the Spanish army a capias pro fine instead of John R. and The Ilarrodsburg Democrat says also throw in a double-barrshotgun. p.ufe out of, and from the islands and McKinley. McKinley was set at lib.Terry C. Caldwell had sold to Ander- which goes with her. In May she into Spain. erty and accompanied Johnson back son&Spilman, the Danville millers, his jenerally goes for a weak ar two, and But these mistakes have beon made homo. ? gro.vnig crop of 700 acres of wheat at ; l h il t:ll!' red calf with wab- - and the only question left to solve is: His llond Fixed. (Wc nts a bushel. This is probably the j ""J 1 would how are to get out of the muddle-p- ay ame IS Bodgexville, Ky., March 18. J. W. largest individual crop in thestate, and r J,1 sell her to a .ther Spain the 320,000,000, get the Ingleby.chargcd with shooting and killit. ale the lirsl important transaction If your child is cross or peevish, it Spanish army out as best we can buy ing J. R. Hayes, the veteran hotel man of the year. . : .... .:.i. them from the Filipinos or any other here, had his examining trial Thurs" To make a success vith your stal- way without fighting, and then with- day afternoon and was held to await nlUTES CIlrJAM . lion, vou should advertise him. Let i will rembve the worms, and its tonic draw our army and navy and come the action of the grand jury in the sum the people know what he is and all eftect restore its natural cheerfidness. home. It occurs to pie that the idea OfS2,50Q: I . about htm. The way to do this is of "Who will hati! down the flag?" is To Reduce Telephone Hates. " ' come to TheRkcokd olhce and put;, r. c T 0i too feeble and a mere Louisville, Ky., March 19. An ordisome neat lm an ad. in the paper, or have "How's the horse market in Garrard weak to catch an intelligent people. nance requiring the Ohio Valley Telecards printed. We only want a living county, now?" was asked a leading That we can conquor the Filipinos no phone Co. to reduce the price of rent price for our work. horseman by Tin: Rksokd the other one can doubt, that we can whip for telephones from 56.50 to S3 per To allay pains, subdu-- i inflammation, day. ''Well, said he, "I never saw them in battle, on land and on sea, is month in this,city was adopted by the heal foul sores and ulcers, the most good ones before. a demonstrated fact: that we are not lower board of the general counciL satisfactory results are obtained by shcJi a scarcity of years, Among the JI Using. During the past few when hors- afraid of them is too plain to admit of using BALLABD'S SNOW LINIes were so cheap, t he people seemed a doubt, that we are not afraid of any Frankfokt, Ky., March 20. Tho MENT. Price, i") cts. and f0 ets. to lose interest in the matter and very other nation interfering with us in name of John C. Underwood is in tho C. C. & J. E. Stormes, & I'ibh & Co., -Our movements to subjugate those fire. lm few good ones were raised. There was people is a settled proposition. Then missing list of the Windsor hotel Gov. Paint Lick. t is feared the missing man is a better demand for geldings than for Milking can never be done success- stallions, and nearly all the why not "haul down the flag?" Ho. John C. Underwood, who ia one of the fully by a machine: the mechanical stallions were altered. This, Iamsat-istie- one can say we did it through fear or best known of Kentucky public men. cowardice, and most certainly we canoperation may be there, but the magis the principal reason for the by fighting Dead From Heart Failure netism of the human hand is wanting. scarcity of toppy hoir.es now. I know not make anyreputation and conquering an ignorant people, nopKiNsviLLE, Ky., March 21. While The cow which has become used to the a man who recently looked all over half civilized and dressed in clouts and We making a social call Saturday night with bows and arrows. touch of one milker will decrease her this section of thestate to buy a s, armed don't need the islands for any purpose, William J. Wadlington, yield whenever a strong hand takes highly bred stallion and he fail either their markets or their products. fell from a chair and. suddenly expired hold of her teats. ed to find one for sale. I look for much Then why not "haul down the flag" of heart failure. Bit re the discovery of Ona Minut breeding this season, but it will be to and come home and save the lives of Child Burned to Death. a Cough Cure, minister were greatly only animals. The plug our poor soldiers from andmiserable a horriFaiiimoun't, Ky., March 21. The jungles, disturbed by coughing congregations. horse is a thing of the past now, and short life in theburning sun and double death from daughter of "Mr. and Mrs. Ifo excuse for it now. Stormes' Drug one is not worth his hay, but a man ble dyed deathly malaria. Haul down Emanuel Toothman was burned to who owns several tonnotchers is in the flag and let that poor, ignorant Store. clover. Yes sir, I am much encourag to their own death during the absence of the family Farmers who have walnut trees on ed over the horse outlook here, una deople be free according from the house. liking don't ensl;ive them, their lands may have a big fortune if Llook for much activity in that line." "We love liberty, and hate slavery, Committee Meeting. they will lull on to these treesawhile-OnlThe results over of an indulgence in and so do they give them liberty Louisville, Ky., March' 19. The exa few days ago one man sold 5( food or drink are promptly rectified, not death. This is the way things ofcomwalnut trees for which he received without pain or discomfort, by taking look to a man in the piny woods of ecutive committee will the state Satmeet here mercial convention in cath. This was in Miehigar i few doses of IIERBIKE. Price 50 Florida, untrammsled by any other urday at 12 o'clock to select a time S10.000 and motive than the love. of country, who but there is just as good walnut ii. ents C. C. & J. E. Stormes, lm wiints no office, place or position, place for, the next state convention. state or national, military or civil. Drowned Himself In a Fond. B. M. Buudett. . Killarney, Fla. Henderson, Ky March 19. D, Nt Discoveneil by a Woman. TAKE.... Brooks, aged 40, a farmer of Webster Another great discovery has been county, jumped into a pond and drownmade, and .that too by a lady in this ed himself. country." Disease fastened itsclutcheli Green Dies In an Infirmary. ubon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital 0 Louisville, Ky., March 21. Warren organs were undermined and death Green, consul to Yokohama under Cleveland's first administration, and seemed imminent. For three months son of the late President Green,, of the she coughed incessantly, and could not Western Union Telegraph Co., died sleep. She finally discovered- a way to Monday at the Norton infirmary in thui recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle city of pneumonia. pf Dr. King's New Discovery for 1 and was so much relieved on Dr. Otto's Same Gum Balaam. taking first dose, that she sledt all A phylclaa cas prescribe Dr. Otto's Sprnce IT IS THE two dottles, has been, night; and with forit- - iirr ize bottle. .hiidrea GREAT THROAT and absolutly cured. Her name is Mrs.Luther Lutz.1 Thus writes wl c. Ham Fsr Beautiful Cemalaxlan Usa Dr. . Trial bot- nick & Co., of Slielby, CarlstsaVa Garmaa Uvar Pawaar. For by tie free aR. E. .McRoberts Drug Store. R, E. McRoberts. Regular size 50c and; $LO0, V?? OINT-fcarlstedt- j ur. uuo b aprnco bio satsazn win care any case of consumption if taken in time. Con sumption starts with a slight cough or cold. This is where consumption gets Its start and If yoa will use Dr. Otto's Sprnce Gum Balsam, you will cure the cough, heal the lungs and throat and arold the most dreaded of all diseases, consumption. Delay in attending to a alight cough may cost yon your life. Large size ot tine bj homes, rice c ana svc. CONSUMPTION TO- - MAFiKmm D TABLER'S BUCSCEYi f t It. E. McKobeiU. . DEATH IN A BOX CAR. Belief That a Deceased Tramp Bad SmallpoxAnother Keport That He Died From a Blow He Kecelved. weak-hnifi- r., r-.- , Padccaii, Ky., March 22. An unknown white man was found dead near the Illinois Central "Y" in the suburban portion of the city Monday nifjht at 11 o'clock.. Ho was a tramp and had been noticed ill in a box car during the day. One report is that he died of smallpox. Coroner Phelps was summoned and, is trying to get a jury. There is another report that he died from blows received. Great excitement prevails over the discovery. The man has only one arm. A case of smallpox was taken from the yard of the Rcddick River infirmary here Sunday to the pesthouse. The afflicted came in from Fulton, Ky., and had gone to the infirmary for treatment. There are now only two cases of smallpox at the pesthouse. Asks For a New Trial. k New INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN, Tubes, dy Mail, 75 WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE RAILED. CE?iTs; Discovery fo? the Certain Cure of CURES JAMES F. BALLARD, Bottles, 50 Cents. 310 NortH Mala Sireat, ST. LOUIS. MO. Scls PBgifelMi - - STORMES DRUG STORE. r IE.il TU r- NN t AND M fjrt i aneRreat remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of tho ccneratiro .r T orsansof Cither SCS. such as Nnrrons PrMmtlnn VW, Impotency. Xifrhtl7 Emissions. Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, escessivo usa of 'lobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. With every vro .'ruarantco to cure or refund tho monev. Sold AFTER USING. So order G boxes for $3.00. BU.3IOCTSS CE.TISCi, CO.. ClovelL,,.lnJ,?o: McRoberts' Drug Store. vr-r- Louisville, Ky., March 22. Louis Schmidt, the saloon keeper who was fined S500 and sentenced itentiary for operating a combined music box and slot machine, has asked for a new trial. Schmidt says an attorney of the company advised him to run the machine. to the pen- Paris, Kentucky Soldier Killed. Ky., March 22. Wesley brother of Miss Annie Hcn-ncss- y, Hcn-ness- y, h three-fourth- of this city, was among the killed in the recent fighting in and around Pasig, Information to this effect reached Miss Hennessy Monday afternoon. Hennessy was a member of a Nebraska regiment. Four Cars Destroyed. HorKiJiSViLLE, Ky., March 21. A col- ! ( I lision of two freight trains on the Louisville & Nashville railroad at Chalybeate Springs Sunday resulted in the destruction of four cars and contents as well as both engines being badly damaged. No trains have passed here Sunday. Loss to railroad heavy. Elopers Married. Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at catch-penn- Greenup, Ky., March 19. E. E. a prominent young attorney, and Miss Pansy Rardin, daughter of W. J. A. Rardin, editor of the Greenup Gazette, eloped to Portsmouth, O., and' were married. They returned and were forgiven. Ful-lerto- n, It fully Warranted and Excels all others. AIL Kind s Farm Machinery Always onHand J", IB. Smallpox atBowltng Green. tip-to- p d, Bowling Green. Ky., March 21. A case of smallpox has developed here. The patient is a Negro who came from E.vansville on the boat; arriving hero Saturday night. He has been associating with other Negroes, who will be quarantined. Suit For 825,000 Damages. Frankfort. Ky., March 22. The ex- ELT, BUGKBQARDS PAINT LICK. HAND-MADE BUGGIES first-clas- lirst-jL'la- ecutor of Raz Breeden, gf this county, filed- - suit Tuesday against the Chesa-pea& Ohio Railway Co. for S25.000 damages for the killing of Breeden last month while he was crossing the railroad in a buggy. Half Interct t lu a Distillery. Henderson, Ky., March 19. Ilenry Kraver has purchased a BaH interest in the Worsham distillery from E. P. Milet, The plant is worth about and is not in the trust. Rubber Tires Repairing ui All Kinds. $12,-00- 0, - Be on the Safe Side i- coughs, croup, Hoarseness, Foley's Honev . Tni. r . La Grippe, Five Years In the Pen. Pahis, Ky., March 19. In the circuit court Friday Green Jackson, colored, was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary for stealing a barrel of whisky from a car at the K M. depofc, last ' fall. Allied Himself With the Unitarian Church. Hekdeksox, Ky., March 19. Rev. John L. Robinson, for 13 years a leading minister in the, Cumberland Presbyterian church, has renounced that faith and nominally allied himself with Office, National the Unitarian church. and Insure your Tobacco. Bank R. KINNIARD They overcome Weakvij- pains Asthma, Bronchitis,; Consumption, lung remedy. k STOKMES STORE lll . DIGEST YOUR POOD. food not belncr nroDerlrdlMSted.it I: 'JSSffi creates ool- Into your blood and thea yon are Mas and w uau.i .uj uiac4ac luc anmu oj mem is heir to. Use Dr. Oarlstedt's German LlTer Powder and watch the results. Ton will feel the rood effects after taking' one dose. Give it a trial ana do conYincea. if rice oc UATT'fi "w PENNYROYAL PILLS ness, irregularity omissions, increase - and Dr. Otto'a Sarusa Gum Balsam Curat YaurCeugh. Just the Maaicina far Children. to? sale by R, E, MoRobert?. Bssaa of menstruation." Thev r.r womanhood, aiding- development of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PER BOX BY MiUL Sold, by- druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland. Ohio. - or ana banisa T,H.'K SiVRRS" McRoberts' Drug Store