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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 30, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899033001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 30, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. (if KINTHYEAR. . . Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., a Second Clots ltatter.1 NUMBERS PDBSS15Li,iAM' A Few of our Low Prices Mens Saddles $2.75, $4.50, $3.00 and up. A good set of Harness, Extra heavy blind bridles $7.50 ' LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 30, Pope-Turne- 1899. ' MrTOISSS. r, I LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Smoke the Proctor-Knott 3 cigar. at 75c and 95c 75c 25c 85c 25c Rev. Ira Partln united the hearts and hands of Mr. Joe Pope and Miss Alice Turner at Hiattsville, Both are well known young people and they have many well wishes. Only fifty cents admission to all parts of the house. Have seats reserved for the Shubert concert. The The best Collar known at 2 good Back Bands for. Pretty Hosiery at Joseph Elegant Dress Goods left-ove- Sawyer's Time Reduced. Worthington has reduced the sentence of Sawyer, who killed Bob Burnside. A strong fight has been made for Sawyer ever since he killed Burnside at Barboursville several years ago. Gov. SPUING and at Joseph r Harness cheap. W. J. Romans Handsome Work. A good all Leather Collar Trace Chains per pair Several drunks night. Monday See our line of Wagon Breeching, Check Lines, Hames, Hame Straps, Collar Pads, etc., before buying. Also the Best Two Horse Look Carpets in the roll. dress goods) Hear the Shuberts Saturday night. board is at McRoberts store and plans of several dwellings for Lancas no extra charge for reserving ter people, and the work has been Joseph has a superb line of spring there's seats. first-clas- Architest Jas. R. Ryan has made J. A. Beazley & Co. Maple trees for Spring planting.J J. C. ThompstH The Journal says the small pox scare lost thousands of dollars to Stanford. Wanted. Car Iron and Bones. H. B. North-cot- t. Wagon ever brought to Lancaster, it gives entire sistakfloti. at it before buying. Examine the American No. 20, Chil1. at Haselden's, it is fullv guaranteed. ed Plow, J. R. HASELDEN. Col. W. G. Welch, Stanford. W. I. Williams, Place Bell's flowers go four .order for Easterywith Ed flGaines, Agent. Clover, Timothy, Blue Grass, Orch- nrrl firnKS nnH Srprl Onts. nr. G. S. Gaines Many hundreds of tickets are being given away in the guessing on the Range at Joseph's. See this elegant Range. Lancaster. WELCH & WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law, -- Lancaster Ky. ill business attended to promptly Xotwithstanding.the bad weather, many people have come to see the lovely dress goods, shoes, hosiery, laces, etc., at Joseph's. Wanted. Eggs and Chickens. Good price paid. Bring them in before prices drop. H. B. Northcott. All kinds of weather hasx prevailed this week, snow, rain, hail, sleet, sunshine. On Monday, there was also a good sprinkle of " moonshine" on hand. Bell's Easter boxes of Jbut flowers, are arranged to lookYheuf best. Flowers are not thrown how. Place your order with ' Ed. C. Gaines, Agent, inn' BEAZLEYOAUGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, For Rent, The large Lodge Room over Post EMoffice call on W. T. West RTERIAL and CAVITY or W. McC Johnston for particulars. W. O. Bradley BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. &c. I am better prepared to do (jrst class work than ever. Bring in your Buggy, Pheatons or Surrreys if you want good work for little money. W. J. Rojians. s To buy a stock of goods Second degree work at K. P. lodge requires experience, care and cash. Afl tomorrow night. these were at hand in purchasing Dr. Grant will be at Paint Lick Joseph's spring stock, and he is now showing the prettiest and best goods next Tuesday. to be found anywhere. Get our prices on Harness and Sad' Barred Plyniotlirockn. dlery. J. R. naselden. I have a fine pen of the above chick" The Shuberts are the best musicians ens, and will sell eggs at 50 cents per setting or lo. They are medium size, on the road this season. splendid layers and mature early. Choice flower seeds in bulk at vejy Leave orders at McRoberts Drug Store, low prices. J. C. Thompsqh tf R. W. McRoberts. We are better prepared than ever to Reception. sell you carpets. J. A. Beazley & Co. The Ladies Aid Society will give a reception in the Christian.church this Look out for Swindlers on Rubber evening at 7:30 to meet Eld. and Mrs". tires. W. J. Romans has the best Charles E. Powell. All members of made. the church, in addition to those of the The choicest Easier flowers lire sent society, and pastors of other churches are cordially invited to be present. out by Bell, The FlArtft. Ed cVwaines, Agent. Postponed. On account of the concert Saturday Fancy Clover andTimothy Hay in town night, the Social Club will not meet sold and delivered-anywhe- re until Saturday week, at which time by G. S. Gaines the Philippine question will be disTry Totts Whole Wheat' Flour or cussed. All are cordially invitee to Graham, Nutricious and Digestable. meet with the club and an enjoyable Nothing like it. II. C. Potts, Buck evening is assured eye, Ky. Pay Your School Tax. A nice box of Easter lowers for $2; The Garrard Circuit Court has desofnething extra cided that the Lancaster Graded Com a better one for from $3 to $10. Ed lb. Gaines, agent mon School is on a legal basis and thatfor Bell, f he Florist! the school tax must be paid and unless paid at once levies and sales will For Rent. be made. By order of the Board of 25 acres of sod land already plowed, Trustees. E. W. Harris, Coll'r. for nemp. Terms on application to C. W. Anderson. New Stand. We are now ih'our new building, Bell, the Florist, wilKsend you the choicest cut flowers for 'Easter. Can cjrner Crab Orchard and Campbell .streets, better prepared than ever to get them here in a few iiiirs. furnish Flour in exchange for wheat. C. Gaynes, Agent. Ed. Farmers, bring on your grain and get a good turnout of flour second in qualLandlord Penny. Dr. W. B. Penny, who was captain ity to none in the state. Potts Bnos. of Co. B. 9th Immunes, has laid aside 2t his sword and taken charge of the St. Excellent Paper. Asaph hotel in Stanford. A sample copy of "The White RibA. B. Robertson & Bro., the hustling bon," a neat little paper published by dry goods merchants, of Danville, the W. C. T. TJ., has been received at send a message to their Garrard county this olh'ce. It is chock full, of choice friends through the columns of The reading matter of great interest to lovers of the temperance cause. The Recoud today. See second page. subscription price is small and all temperance workers should have a copy. highly praised by all who have seen it. His drawings made for H. M, Ballou, Cable Denny, A. n. Rice and others have been much admired and and the parties having it done are congratulating themselves on securing him. Mr. Ryan's son, Richard, is an artist of great skill and two cleverer gentlemen could not de found. SUMMER GOODS "Its because nearly everybody has gone to work," replied the citizen,' "and they have no time to talk. Of course there are a few fellows talking, who have no other occupation, but most of our people have found that bread and meat cannot be earned by sitting on a goods box and talking pol itics." They tike Him. The many compliments we have heard passed upon Hon. R. C. Warren, convinces us further that he has a strong hold on the Garrard county people's friendship and they are for him for anything he wants. During the term of court he has just held here lawyers, jurors and litigants alike were loud in their praise of his fair, prompt and quick decisions on questions presented. We have never known a judge to give better satisfaction than has Judge Warren. Speaking Itlonday. Talk. "I don't hear much talk on politics here. What's the matter?" asked a visitor of a Lancaster man Monday Not iTIucli STILL COMING IN. Our stock will be large and complete in every detail, We are snowing handsome line of Ladies Tailor-mad- e Suits, Silk and Satin Shirt waists Top Skirts and Petticoats all ready to wear. Our line of Wool Dress Goods in black and colors, silk shirt waist pattern islarge,attractive in style, good in quality and low in prices. We have everything new in Wash Fabrics-frothe Cheapest to the Best. Come and look us over and you will decide at once that you will make your Spring purchases of m Hon.C.C. McChord, candidate for democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner, addressed a big crowd at the Court House Monday, and, we learn, added many new friends to his already long list in Garrard. Mr. Mc Chord honored The Recokd office with a call and we found him to be a gentleman well versed on questions of the day and very confident of his nomination. He has much faith in building of the Southern road from Burgin to Middlesboro and said the plan was quite plausible. To the North. The Queen and Crescent Route has L G DRY GOODS CO. Trace-chain- N flEW PRIN6 We have just received our Complete lines of JIES'S, YOUTH'S, Boys, Chiidrens Clothing See our Men's Suits at $5. You can't find All-Wool The Knight of Pythias have secured the Shubert Concert Co., to give" one of their superb entertainments at the Court House in Lancaster Saturday night. The Shuberts' have a national reputation and give an entertainment worth double the price of admission. It will cost nothing extra to have a good seat reserved. Call at McRoberts Drug Store and see the board. Suitable Timber There is a general desire among the Garrard democrats for Judge M. J). Hughes to announce for re presentative, but he hasn't said " yes " yet. There are many who think the republicans wouldn't put up a man if the judge accepts the nomination, knowing the absolute folly in trying to beat him, even with their big republican majorty. Stanford Journal. Sentence Reduced Acting Governor Worthington has commuted the sentence of Mack Ferrill from life to ten years. Ferrill killed Sam'l Engleman, "Long Sam", at Stanford several years ago. This reduction, together with his" "good time' will leave about two more years "for Ferrill to serve. The Stanford Journal says the report that Judge Saufley and attorney Sam Owsley recommended the commutation is untrue. Court Day. Everybody and his dog came to town Monday," and it looked as if the day would be a good one, but it turned out to be unusually dull for a March sourt. There were from 350 to 400 cattle on the market, most of which channel hands privately. Yearling steers and heifers brought from $12 to $17, cows $18 to $22, a lot of butcher stuff 3c to 3ic, a bunch of yearling heifers $18. A few hogs sold at 31c. BowenFox bought several good mules at from $50 to $90. Several plug horses were sold, bat they are so slow now that it isnot worth .while to even quote the prices ITIom-ITXos- b. anything in Central Kentucky that will compare with them. We can Show you the Most Stylish line of Suits 1 at $7.50, $10. $12. and $15. ever shown by us or anyone else in Lancaster. Come in and get one before the sizes are broken. f r Everything New and Stylish in BOYS arid CHILDRENS SUITS. Prices lower Miss Eudoxie Moss The marriage than ever. Our lines of LADIES SHOES are up to date. See our prices. "We have and Mr. EugeneofMoss was solomnized at the residence of the bride's parents ft complete line of Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear and' Hats. Our complete line of in this city yesterday. The bride is "W B. Moss. ladies Fine Oxfords will he on display in a few days. "Wait for .them, we can save the daughter of Mr.rare beauty andShe ini a young lady of tellect. She is a graduate of Daugh.' you money on them. ters College at Harrodsburg, and also LOGAN AND ' ROBINSON - at the Lexington Business College. The groom is a native of Henderson, M. C, but for some time has held a position in Lexington. Immediately after the ceremony the coupie left for Lexington, where they will reside. The Recobd extends congratulations to the happy pair. The EndownmeiitBnnU. Book your order for an Easter box of Mr. Joe F. Waters succeeds in af- - Bell's choice cut flowers, with Ed. C. inaugurated a service of observation ding many names to the list of mem - Gaines, Agent. cars on the famous Blue Grass Vesti- bers of the Endowment Rank Knights A large lot of Collars, Pads, Hames, bule between Cincinnati and Lexing of Pythias. This insurance is safe and s ton. Free Parlor cars and Queen and cheap. The K. P's are among the and wagon breeching, Crescent Standard Vestibuled day strongest orders in America and the going cheap. J. R. Haselden. coaches. 4 trains daily to Cincinnati insurance branch is managed by exA Great Success. with close connection with all trains perienced business men. The north. I have had my cistern cleaned with Rank now numbers about fortv. Queen and Crescent trains are withthe Automatic Cistern Cleaner, owned CrutcliUcld-Kouldeout a peer in the South. 17 miles by Austin and Hatcher and it gives shortest line, unequalled train service, The Lexington Herald of Tuesday, perfect satisfaction. Jacob Joseph. W. C. Rinearson, General Passenger says Mrs. Maggie Bouidon, daughter of I am well pleased with the work Agent. Col. John W. Poor, of Garrard county, done by the Automatic Cistern was married in that city to Mr. John Cleaner. It's a great success. Will Name a Date. H. Crutchfield. The bride was the Jno. M. Duncan. Secretary Farra, of the Commercial widow of Hon. Chas.. M. Boulden, who Club has received a letter from Mr. was one of the most prominent and The Automatic Cistern Cleaner does Spencer, president of the Southern, popular men in Garrard county. The its work to perfection. It removes all saying he would be absent from New groom was engaged in the dry goods dirt and leaves the water as clear as York for several days, but would write business in Lexington, but retired crystal. My cistern is now as clear as if all water had been removed and it him within the next three weeks and several years ago. name a date to receive the committee had been cleaned in the old fashion way. from here and other towns along the Trusted Servant Dead. II. A. B. Marksbury. proposed route. The committee will Lucinda Anderson, who has been R. E. Henry has charge of the be composed of business men from cooking for Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L. n machine and will attend properly to all each county, one's who can talk busifor nearly ten years, died at their orders. See him or leave word at Tub ness and lay the matter before the offi residence Friday. Mrs. Elkin tells us Record office. cials in its true light. The Garrard the woman was so obliging and atten county club is meeting with much en tive about her work that the entire Colored Recruits. couragement, bu, as was expected, a family had become attached to her. The War Department has wired Lt. few will kick on the road. The matter of securing honest, faith W. T. Johnston, recruiting officer at ful servants has become a difficult task Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored apConvention Call. and when one is secured is hard to plicants for Cavalry and Infantry serPursuant to a call of the Democrat- have to part with them. it vice, sending the former to Fort Grant, ic State Central Committee, a convenArizona, and the latter to Fort Dougwill be held at each voting pretion Ten Yearn Old. lass, Salt Lake City. This isanex-cellecinct in Garrard county, on Saturday, Ten years ago Tiie Record made opportunity for young colored April 1, 1899, at 2 o'clock, p. m., to its first appearance in Lancaster. It elect delegates to attend the County was edited by the lamented James R men to get into the regular Army. Convention to be held in Lancaster,! Marrs until 1895, when the present Recruit for white Infantry and CavalApply on the drflday of April 1899. Each publisher took hold of the throttle ry regiments are also wanted. Lieut. W. T. Joiixstox. precinct shall be entitled to one dele with an inexperienced hand and no to Main St. Lexington, Ky. gate for each two hundred votes and extra fuel in the tender to help fraction thereof over one hundred pull the steep hill before us. During Ready Tor Business. votes cast for democratic electors for these four years we have made a long President at the November election in pull, a stiong pull and an unrelenting Come and give your measures and save a few dollars. Best quality, at 1896. pull to keep steam up, and next SatThis call is for counties in 2nd Rail- urday will reach the fourth mile post shoddy prices, from Wanamaker and road Commissioners District, and the not much better off so far as "f ual" is Brown and Howard Tailoring comdelegates elected at the county con concerned, but with a fair supply .of pany. You can get the first choice vention are to cast the vote of the experience and a firmer determination by coming now and order suit to come county at the convention to be held in to yet catch even and run on schedule when you want it. Suits, tailor-mad- e from $10. to 830. Ready-to-weSuits Frankfort, April 6, 1899. time. We heartily appreciate the $7.50 to $20. Come while I am at Geo. T. Fakris, Chm. manner in which our subscribers have home. Fit and quality quaranteed. Letcher Owsley, Sec'y. stuck to us, but feel that we have U wool. M. D. Hughes Agent. giving them value re fallen short in Walden. patronage. With ceived for their kind low Rates. The friends of Eld. and Mrs. Wm. a big debt hanging over us, and an Walden deeply sympathize with them enormous weekly expense account, National Convention Union Reform in the loss of their eighteen-month- s the clouds of despondency have fre Party of Ohio, Cincinnati, O., March old baby, Mary Brewer. The quently gathered, but believing, as 1, 2, 1899. parents "had been visiting Mrs. Wal- we do. that all things come to him Annual Convention National Ameri den 's mother, near Harrodsburg for who hustles, we spat upon our greasy, can Woman's Suffrage Association, days, when the baby was taken inky hands, took fresh hold and were Grand Rapids, Mich.. April 27, to May several ill of pneumonia. All that medical soon too busy to brood orer kicking 5, 1899. skill could do was done to relieve the creditors, delinquent subscribers, etc. Ameri National Society Sons lttle sufferer, but she expired at an We desire to thank our patrons, sep can Revolution, Detroit, of the May 1, Mich, early hour Thursday morning. The, arately and collectively, for their 1899. remains' were brought to Lancaster kindnesses, and promise to strive American Library Association Con Saturday morning, servi- moredilligently in the future to merit and interred 1899. ces being conducted at the grave by their support by giving them a strict- vention, Atlanta. Ga., May n ly home paper, full of home news and Eld. Chas. Powell. The Annual Encampment G. A. R. of parents have much sympathy in their pulling at all times for the advance Tennessee, Rockwood, Tenn., May 10, 11, 1899. From points in Tennessee. ment of home enterprises. bereavement. Lan-cast- ej n. El-kint 0, grief-stricke- OFiNTBAL RRCORD KVF.RV WKKK BY r m Cracks I was at Creation, f I.OU1S T,A.liVn4.iT. Publisher. . LANCASTER. - b yvab, I ix Months. HUES KENTUCKY. ADVANCE. r " THURSDAY, PAINT March LICK. CO 1899 lVenhins at ML Tabor next Sun day. Mrs Hei ry Moore has a new line of mi linery. A two weeks meeting conducted by Rev. Smith closed at Lowell Wednesday night. Rev. Ellct filled his appointment at Pair View, Sunday. R. X. Heasley," our tobacco man, is about through prizing his tobacco. Mrs. W. S. Fish, who I12S been sick for awhile, is now able toTjc up. Mr. C. R. Enzlcnian's children, uho have been sick for some time, are slowly improving. Lt is whispered around there will soon ba a wedding at Lowell.' "Will jrive names later. Danny Moore & Co., have bought a great deal of corn from $1.25 to $1.50 par barrel delivered. Mrs. Rebecca Moore has opened her xniiinery siiop and has a beautifulMine of spring hats, cheap. Mr. J. C. llucker, our miller, who has been sick for several days is now able to run the mill. Rev. John Pond died at his home in Perry ville, the 18th. lie is the father of Mrs. Alex Ely, at this place. Mr. J. B. Parks has been confined to his room for several days with 1.1s back, but is now able to be around. Will Champ, who h.n been clerking for R. L. Jennings & Co., has retired and go ie in business at Mt. Vernon . at- R. 50:n drew the buckb-oarL. Jennings & Co's. Mr. li. F. Brown, of Madison county, was the lucky with mai. Owing to so much rain our fanneis are very backward with their work: and it will be late before any corn is planted. Mrs. Champ Shumate, who has been on the sick list, we are glad to learn Mrs. Dr. Mays is also on is better the sick list. Mr. L A. Beasley, brother and friend from Bourbon county are visiting at .rs. Sam Campbell's.... Will Tudor now smiles behind the counters for R L. Janning.; & C W. A. Wallace who has been in bus iness here is now moving his eoods to Winchester where he will go in merchandise business. J. B. Ely has employed a blacksmith fim near Bryantsville and is now rea ly to do all kinds of work and guar-ant;- e satisfaction. y i yes Poyntz "nave returned from a visil to Richmond. Drs. Poyntz and (Msenl.urg have been kept busy, so much sickness in the neighborhood. P. D. Ballard visited relatives here Rev Waytsand wife the past we k returned from a vLsit to Iluston- Dr. (.'rant was in this place ville l ist week extracting teeth B. F. Jennings was among his many friends at BryantiivHle, the latter part of last week Sam Ilaselden, of Lancaster, Saturday and Sunday with R. L. J .'linings. sp-an- t PAHATE SKIRTS in in but. I I l V t We have returned from the cities 1 with our new spring goods, and invite everybody to see them. We have a larger assortment than ever before. We ask the ladies in to see our elegant line of Dress Goods, Embroideries, Carpets, Mattings and Furniture, and the gentlemen to see our "Nobby" Clothing, Shoes and Hats. We have everything kept, in an General Merchandise Store, and our prices are exceptionally low. See our New Silver Ware which we give away with cash purchases. Very Respectfully, It. L. J;:.vxings & Co. General Merchandise and Furniture. Paint Lick, Ky. Story of a Slave. llaw BLACK CREPONS. in m ranging suits'best The results over of an indulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified, without pain or discomfort, by taking a few doses of IIERBINE. Price 50 cents C. C. & J. E. Stormes, lm MARKSBURY. J. C. Boner was so unfortunate as to lose a nice horse hist week with a disease supposed to be lung fever. J. B. Aldridge is quite a successful angler. He went fishing three days of last week and eachjday did not catch less than 20 pounds of fish, and not a fish less than a foot long. James I. Hamilton and wife, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. Reuben Naylor and wife Sunday, Mrs.Eras-mus Dunn, of Bettis, visited Mrs. Ruth Aldridge, who has been quite sick for several days, but is some better at this writing. Although the weather was inclement, a very good crowd attended the Magic Lantern Show by Professor Hagerman at Rice Academy, Monday evening. A handsome gold ring was offered to the prettiest young ladv present. There were only three; all very pretty, Miss Katharine Moore won the prize by a majority of five votes. rolled up hj a good feather-be- d at the home of Mr. R. "W. Gaines, on the corner of the Public Square last 3 Friday night, and as 1 had, before been reading about wars and rumors of wars, was dream i rig ,of men Durham Bull Our Fine falling on a battle-fieland heard the Will make the present season on groans of the dying, when. Bang! our farm, 2j miles from Lancaster bang! bang! bang! bang! bang! six on new Danville, pike, and will shots in succession with such rapidity serve cows at $i.oo. Money due as I never heard before, followed by at time of service. other sixes from loaded to AM and ED BOURNE. im the muzzle, rang out-omidnight the air, creating a bigger racket than Dewey and his host bombarding the HE Spanish at Manila, and I imagined ev- ry man in Garrard who lia,d over had NOTARY PUBLIC, a grudge against anybody had met; his BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY enemy on the Public Square and that the whole layout were fighting to a LaM Surveyor anfl. for iUiUiUiUlUiliiUlUilUUiUiUiUiUiUiUlUiUiiliUilWUJUiU My dream is a realization!" finish. I said to my shivering self, as I reachAETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO ed after my shoes to rush to tho scene Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam. of the unusu;tf conflict and help care A physician can prescribe Dr. Otto's Spract Gum Balsam. The Formula is on the package. 11 for t!lo wounded and dying. Just then Cures your Congh In a day. Very pleasant to Children cry I will sell at pnUHc outcry at my residence tho thought occurred to me that Lan- take. 25c and 0c. for it. Large size bottles. Price near Marcellus, on caster is without a night policeman For Beautiful Complexion Us Dr. SATURDAY APRIL 15. '99 Liver "Vc have received our Spring The followins property: 1 Our stock of Serine: and Summer Dry Goods and I knewbythen the racket was being Carltttt's German by - Powder. For sale boys" who were in"the kicked up Male, 2 two Horse .Mules, 2 Cow. Goods and will have a 1 Disc Drill, 1 McCorraaek is now complete. With pleasant weather and nocently practicing target shooting, B. E. McBoberts. self Rake, Disc Cutting Harrow, 2 Cultivator. 1 Diamond Haryour Spring Goods with the moon for o target. About no toll, why not come for row, 1 Rollar, Cider Mill. Dix cutting Box some where you can find the largest variety, the 785 sholls were found next morning, Lancaster lodge hasstate. of the bright Full set Tools, many other artitruly of very latest ideas and every price basfld on spot and very town, there was a hot time in est Masons in the SATURDAY, APRIL 8th. cles. Will also sfll a lot AlsoMeat, Household aufetoeuFuruIturc. 35 tons of Hay. very I would like for you to visit The the old It would take cash? Our store is this place. Our line of All are cordially invited to come and (cliHWtiniber,) and 1,000 feet of Lumpressing business to get me to walk Shoot", said Bro. Thomas Waller Eeid ber. across the Public Square alone in Lan- to me, " and then give us a penpie-tur- e see our Lovely Hats, Pretty Trim TERMS made known onyof sale. of it". As politely as 1 knew'liow mings etc caster after night, as bullets have no C. F. Yeager Marcelius, Ky. eyes and are too weighty for me to I asked him to excuse me, as I have carry very many at a time that is, if long been " struck on myself" and FIRE ana LIFS IffiUMCE have to catch them on the fly. I don't proposo to place in jeopardy a lSiamiirch's Iron Nerv have more sense than my looks would life as Important as Iflcemmine to be. "Was theresultof hissplendid health. indicate have always m enough to Crossing the Public Square at mid SPEBJGFIELD kenp myself out of the fire and if ev night is dangerous enough for me, Indomitable will and tremendous enerFIRE MARINE er I am in Lancaster again at night I. while Lancaster is without a night gy are not found wlvru St nnach, Liver, am going to crawl in a hole. as soon as policeman. " The Shoot " is that Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. INSURANCE COMPANY. the shades of evening draw nigh, and portion of tho suburbs where bullets If you want th j qualities and the through light. A at the rate of a brin, u;e Dr. King's New is exceedingly attractive. Every one of them stay there till broad dayshjop onlygood whin a minute windows informant says success theyThey d.'Velop every power EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO and any many Lancaster boys on mile Life Pills. OF NEW YORK. March 1st and Sunday:, has been cut and made since they are sometimes picked up by the of brain and body. Only 2"e at It. E. show only correct spring shapes. We have shovel full. Erom U p. m to 4 a. m. McBoberts Druggist. lm Robinson & Hamilton Agts in Garrard was not in If suits made of all wool "black cheviots lined townevery man then the male popula pandemonium reigns and I reckon a Monday, cages drove up in front of Mr. Office ovei Post Office. the silk throughout, "both coat and skirt for tion of the county must be immense. few of by 17 goverment licenses are wooden of "Walls office. " There is your cats and. residents : : : Kextuckt $12 50. Fine Venitian suits with embroidered Vbout nine out of every hundred were owned and tigers of that portioneyes I got them all over Casey, Lincoln and the city without any coats handsomely silk here on business. coats and skirts and roam at their own sveet will. To git Boyle counties ", said the driver. ORGANIZED 1883. $15.00 and $16.50. Vinitians suits Louis Landram is the hardest work me to pass through " The Shoot" Squire Kinnaird said the European to lined man in Lancaster, ana one of the Dewey and Ilobson would have to ac- - bacco buyer said the joke was on him best Taffeta Silk all throughout ing NATIONAL BANK, paid cents in the world, said Joe the Ilobson the best Qolors and host follows me the other day, and companyme and presume, would have and hewithout for word. cats 10felines for $19.50. We show Robinson to a to prevent apiece The I to be guardedi I black suits from $11 to $30.00. know he .told the truth. He works him from kissing the female residents were then turned loose on south side day in and day out, and fully deserves of that suburb. of Sugar Creek, and swarmed around $50,000 adjacent farm, houses, making Capital, the succoss he has achieved in placing The miraculous feat of Shelton the Tne Recokd at the front of the news Parton, son of Rev. Ira Parton, is be night hideous, raising all sorts of Cain Surplus Fuad 10,000 paper procession in Kentucky, print yard fences. Some of the ing revived since his recent removal on the back same stock of cats still survive in ing more local news and original edi to BUSINESS SOLICITED. Lancaster. Shelton is now 18 and at Garrard and Jessamine and in 1872 torlals than papers generally contain the age of 14 had the thrilling exper- Judge French Tipton, who was separate stock about 100 We have then Onrefal aiid Prompt Attention Guaranteed "I enjoy the original expressions in ience of falling down a cliff a hundred waists skirts. The decided 'favorite is black the Recokd," said Mr. A. R. Denny, feet high on Cumberland river. Prom running the Lancaster Letter here, I. Sf. 1I:cineotha President hero in Mr. Mal- cheviot either main or trimmed.. Tnese we to me. When not busy writing he U the time he was big enough to start advertised a e V. Lzatsu. Grass Gills' in Lewis great variety from "$3.00 to $12.50. hard at lt in the mechanical depart to Sunday School he had not missed come one or Blue same pasture, en- B. F. Hodson have Cashier ment cats these Many styles and all new. Venitian skirts both shakes and a can print almost "in three going a single baoDatn till one morn wiiicn Thousands of peoplewas were O. Rio.net Assistant Cash'i of sheep's tail" anything that ing tered, in the summer of 18:).", when all BookkeeDei plain and triyuned from $6.00 up. We keep goes on paper. He can run an engine present! red, white, and blue programs CD. Walkzk alone he was en route, thither with his only the like an no trashy made suits or skirts gave each cats name, and I am told in that business, and Sunday-schopapers in his hand. He DIRECTORS: bsst tailor made garments and prices are low in fact, goes all the working gaits. came across some 0 or 8 naughty boys, the greatest race- in the history of the plaje when the eats were J . M. HlflQINBOTH AJC, The people know they have a good est possible for this class of goods. who after great coaxing persuaded him world took bags. President Gif-tothing in the person of Bro. Landram, to. accompany them, on a T.M. Arnold, hunting ex turned out of thea winner, the great I.B.Johnson, B3 ES I ESE.233 ism cat proved and are pushing hjin, along up the ladH.C. ARNOLD, Jb. B.F. Hudson. cursion, Tiieywero journeying along grand der of prosperity. 4I want you to go dam of which feline being one ALKI.GIBB9, banks of the Cumberland, inhale-in- g J. J.WlUH VV number purchased by the home with me one evening for supper, the Jacob Y.Bobikson. the sweet purfumesof the mount- of the tobacco buyer at the headana take your cornet, 1 will play on - European ain flowers, while tne songs of musicwill J. B. We cannot hope to describe these any detail the baritone and my wife we accom throated birds entranced the listen waters of Sugar Creek where Dr. roads pany us on the piano, and will run ing Kinnaird insists ail important air, and with thoughts of the we have 20 entirely every rat out of that portion of town," and can only say cmter. Judge Tipton's cat race will price from $3.00 he said to me Friday, Well, I have grief his action would cause his be handed down in Garrard's history. For the speedy and permanent cere of different styles ranging parents to undergo, Shelton was not to $18.00. All never yet refused an invitation, and within the last week. "The boy." around Lancaster can tetter, salt rhenm and eczema, Chamstepped too berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is very gladly embraced the opportunity sufficiently cautious, but close to tho precipice, his footholt pull triggers faster than any other lot without 3n eqnal. It relieves the itchof ascertaining that Mrs. Landram is gave marksmen in the wide world ing and smarting almost instantly an-away, and with a shriek he be- - j a hostess as splendid as she is attract its continned uae effects a permanent Sketaw. gan his fearful discenb from one ledge ive in person and manners, and as aie cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, of rock and tree top to another, gral-bin- g jcald head, sore nipples, itching also. "Mrs. Landram is e her sisters If you have a cough, throat irrita chapped hands, chronic sore eyespiles, at everything in sight, and iinally and erybodys friend," Ed Gaines said to tion, weak lungs, pain in the chest, granulated lid3. landing 100 feet below in the raging me, "and consequently exceedingly ditlicult breathing, croup or hoarsestream, but little the worse for wear, popular." When she played on the pi Dr. CadVs Condition PowJers for and being a Baptist, hence not afraid ness, let us suggest One Minute Cough horses arc the best tonic, blood purifier ano the rats Louis had mentioned We have stock probably 200 pieces ne of water, he pulled for the shore and Cure. Always reliable and safe. tndvermifuga. Price. 25 cents. Sold by d in but Stormes' Drug Storo Silks. Waist patterns stripes, plaids. were we turned loose admiration, band is the hero of this paragraph of truth R.E. JIcRobeits, Druggist, Lancaster when on a brass which is stranger than fiction. He reThe American farmer is up to busi every shade ranging price duet the rats lit out. cheni etc., sumed his attandance at Sunday ness principles in all things better S. BEAZLEY, from 65c to $4.00 yard- - Handsome fancy dress of horses. The and wniie l was " sitting around on company than in printed Foulards, Liberty Satins etcM oarreis ana chairs discussing my own School StateI dont reckon a ever initi- diiference the rearing the well matured silks between of the malitia. could Teeth extracted without pain 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1,75 and $2,00 yd. Print- and my neighbors affairs" in Bro. Hum ate him into going squirrel hunting draft horse today and tho scrub is $100 w th Vitalized ed Mouseline De Soie and dark colors phry Ballou's store Monday a lady on Sunday. I am told he U a bright and all this difference stands for clear the Xew Thompson Building. Air. Office In came in to make a purcliase whom I boy and am quite sure no individual in profit, less the cost of extra service 50c. yd. Best Taffeta silks 27 inch wide was Miss 75c, 1.00, 1.25 thoughtsome the or 18 Kate Wherritt the worlds history ever had i more foe, 85c yd. Black satin duchesse R. KiNNAlRD'S 15 years ago, and thrilling experience and lived to toll I knew Have you a cough? A dose of Cous to see our superb silks and $1-50- . Don't fail had not seen since. I very seldom the tale, should learn a les- son's Honey t)f Tar will relieve it. wait for the formality of an introduc- son from Sholton's oxporionco and Price, 25 cents and HO cents. tion, as I dont expect to live in this shun every appearance of evil. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, lm world but once and intend to get acRepresenting Over Dr J. B. Kinnaird says nine Garrard Our largest wheat crop in Indiana quainted with everybody before " gocounty roads center at the mouths of was in 1894, 43,044,000 bushels. The ing up higher to walk the streets of 1 For skirts the medium and fine grades are of Gold", so I quickly ascertained it Sugar Creek. What was dont know next largest crop was in 1802, 39.8S.), In the following Fire Insurance till volumes, but not aware very scarce and great demand. We have was " Aliss Kate", now Mrs. W. A will he told me this 1morninglhat a 000 bushels, and next was the crop of till year 38,42(1,000 bushels. The twelve pieces now in stock Companies from$1.50 Berkele, and that time has increased town was once laid otf there, and he last cron produced in the country larg was est her looks and weight. "I only weigh to $4.00 yd. Choice line of cloored dress goods 190 and the best looking man you says that isdestined to become an im- that of last year, 675,148,000 bushels. .Etna of Hartford. have 3 from 50c to$4.00 for tailor dresses," seen in Lancaster is my husband", she portant spot in the Universe. In fact, Queen of America. shipping the skirts, etc. said in answer to two questions I pro it is a great Falls City,point now,thece coining steamboat, National of Hartfort. pounded, Mrs. BorkeJo used to visit once a week and oftener. Squire Stanford when quite a young lady and c Physician-2- 3 Plienix of Brooklyn. her sunny disposition made her a . wel kinnaird says that 40 years ago a to Hartford of Hartford. bacco buyer from Europe, Bill Walls, y Can Prescribe come guest. v came there to make purchase of the Manckesler or Eiiglaad. ""Bro. Letcher Owsley and W. Lud weed and jokingly said to a gentleman Evans told me yesterday that 1 am a Connecticut of Hartford. from Casoy county that who was little inclined to be liberal in throwing he wantedthere cats to ship to Eng to buy North Britijh aaG XercfeaaUle. bouquets. I believe that kind words land. "Buying cats? What are you 9ermaa Amarlcaa of Ser We have 50 feefr of shelving full of new wash and tender sympathy is needed worse paying for them?" was asked. " Ten Liverpool aad London and tJlobe. goods, Fine Scotch Ginghams, Madras, fancy in this olda world of ours than anything cents apiece", said Mr. Walls. That else by considerable majority,, as two linens, Dimities etc., styles and qualities you they are so easily given and so often ended the conversation and1,100 weeks V I also represent the old reliable Formula on each package, cits in wont see elsewhere. Immense lines of plain withheld and I believe that bouquets later a wagon loaded with for productive of wnixe ana lancy t CURES YOUR COUGH f New York Life irom lSjsc to 50c , yd. goodthe living are upon gravesmore rnonmonla. than flowers and is the quick agent of death. Fully, the Every variety, white goods from to in the obituaries of the dead. IN A DAY d of recent deaths have been $4.00 yd. The Lancaster Masonic lodge goat from pneumonia following la Grippe. Price, 25 & 50c. is an unusually fine animal, is I saw Pneumonia cannot .follow the use of Spriflj 1899 him Monday night, and he performs as Foley's Honey and Tar. TREES, PLANTS, VINES. C. C. & J. E. Stormes R. E. McRoberts, beautifully as trained dogs in a circus. lm g, d 'Lillavd de OZOUl, DANVILLE, KY. 3. VS3BSfflffiW ijfer 2 Ia.iwilie, Ky (Furs Drugs, lm Stationery, Toilet Jivlicles. 3 J. X. DUNN j Apt Spur Giiii. Grand Opening, Public Sale yenr-ol- d 1 Black-sali- Sallie D. Tillett. MB Lan-caste-r, with at in lining all mm shirt cat-nu- old-tim- III y exists. in that m in seases. W in in in spell-boun- in af in at in light at at s Insurance Agency $57,000,000 ?A I Dr. Otto's ? Spruce Gum I I in Balsam. ) Yri. t Jique thin 6c one-thir- jf Insurance COMPANY but Before the discovery of One Minute Cough Cure, ministers were greatly disturbedby coughing congregations-N- o excuse for it now. Stormes Drug Store. s JSKf IK'S Eruptronn. EDUCATION Aro grand, but Skin Eruptions rob It- atslntely ntcesrery to the young life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, fhan or young woman who would irlu cures them, alsf Old,, Running and success in life. This being conceded Fever Sors, Ulcers,' Boils, Felons, t is offlrst Importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front ran- kCorns, Wrats,Cut8, Bruises, Burns, THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. LOUISVILLE, KY. Best File cure on earth Drives out Beven experienced teachers, each one a spactalint In his line Fains and Aches. Only25cts. a box. uraanates oi tbis college preferred by business houses. Write for Cure guaranteed. Sold.bv R. "E. Mc: SHORTHAND, a oeapurai dook giving testimonials from graduates occupy ing Roberts Drugget. promlnentgsition all over the United States lt will be mailed lm TELEGRAPHY. Volcanic A BUSINESS - Fruit and ornamental Trees, Shrubs, small fruits and every thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar den. We employ no agents but sell direct a reasonable prices. Strawberry and Tree Catalogues on application to H. F. HILLENMEYER, phone 279 Lexington, Ky. BOOK-KEEPIN- General Notice xoeooeooooooooooooooooo Up-to-dat- Ftt 111 B EH BF IT if The Nation we must have AN INCREASE IN THE ARMY Our SPRING LINE is BETTER and LARGER than Ever Before. Our stock of CLOTHING is selected Ti e Neckware. WEARINGEST SHOES In the State.. Manhattan Shirts ARE THE BEST. from Best Eastern Markets. Full line Stetson Hats.X XOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOO0 J.L, Fi oilman & Go. THE McGee, 1 John-Lacke- y LOBE. saw-mi- lanville, Kentucky. JjfillivLery Opening. Saturday April Bth. We will have an Elaborate'Display of Spring and Summer A. Most Elegant line of Pattern Hats and Millinery. Bonnets will be shown and we extend a cordial invitation to all. Remember the date, APRIL 8th. 'Phone 85. NOEL SISTERS. Maj. William Collier has been at home for a few days. The major is in fine health and army life seems to have agreed with him. Ed Walton was here Monday. He must have collected all the dollars in the crowd, as very few found their way into the Recokd's till. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY, March, - 30 1899. I PE$SOJiRIi. We are glad to see Mr. Ed Gaines on Col W. S. Fcrgurson has returned to foot again. lie was conlined to his Covington. bed for a week by illness, but docs not Miss Mary Gill is at home from col- look much the worse for wear. lege at Oxford, Ohio. Judge M. D Hughes returned SatW. A. Berkele, of Frankfort, was urday from Liberty, where he organhere a few days this week. ized a lodge of Maccabees. He will Miss Xora Saunders, of Kirksville, remain at home all spring now and athas been visiting Miss Pearl Ross. tend to hisclothing business. Miss Maggie Bright, of Stanford, is Col. Joe " Sretaw " Waters retur with Miss Lizzie Thompson this week. ned to Stanford lirst of the week, afMisses Lena and Jennie Rogers and ter having worked up a good section of Pearl Huffman visited at Mt. Hebron the Endowment Rank. K. of P., and made a world of friends in Lancaster. Sunday. Miss Pearl Huffman, of Danville, is Editor James Maret, of the Mt. uest of Miss Lena Vernon Signal, was in town Monday the charming Rogers. and honored and sanctum by a call. Messers Jaret Mock and Yirgii Jim has Garrard county blood in his Rice, of Danville,were visitors here veins and a tender spot in his heait for her people. He's making the Signal Monday. one of the best weeklies in the state is and we hope is Miss Jennie Warren, of Stanford, also raking in the the" guest of her aunt, Miss Jennie shekels with it. Duncan. Mr. Jessie W. Sweeney returned Miss Tevis Carpenter, of Stanford, Saturday night. will be Miss Eugenia Rush's guest from Cincinnati While in the city he engaged with this week. Baum & Balz, wholesale hatters, and Rev. Donald McDonald and wife, of will go " on the road" June 1st. The s Shelbyville, have been visiting Record ollice has just printed several in this city. thousand large posters in which Mr. Miss Lelia Bryant, of Danville, is Sweeney states he will close out his visiting relatives and friends in Lan- big stock of goods, regardless of cost. caster, this week. The Louisville Commercial of Wed Miss Eugenia Bush is expected home nesday 22nd, prints the following: this week from several months' visit Louisville friends have received cards to Beebee, Ark., and St. Louis. announcing the marriage on April 5, Messrs. Ancel Dismukes and John at Dallas, Texas, of Miss Minnie Arm Crum, Jr., of Danville, called on strong and Mr. Edgar L. Flippen,both of that place. Miss Armstrong is the friends in this vicinity Sunday. daughter of Mr. John S. Armstrong, Miss Bertha Burnside has returned who for many years conducted a whole from a month's visit to her aunt, Mrs. sale grocery business in Louisville. "Woodford G. Dunlap, in Lexington. Since his removal to the Lone Star M. E. Prewit and family leave this state he has won popularity as staunch week for Thackersville, Indian Territ- as that which was his here, as an eviory, where they will make their home dence of which he was elected president of the state fair for more than "W. H. Kemper will leave for Southone year. Miss Armstrong's mother ern Kansas Thursday where he has was Miss Allie T. White, a daughter accepted a position with the McCor-rnac- k of Capt. Frank J. White, the veteran If. M. Co. newspaper man of Lancaster, Ky. She Mrs. Charles E. Powell has joined is a twin sister of Mrs. Mollie Young. her husband in this city. They will All the Bluegrass section remembers occupy one of the Ward residences on the White twins for their beauty. Miss Armstrong has certainly inherited Lexington street. this from her mother. Since her de Squire W. H. Kinnaird has been but in the Texas metropolis, Miss confined to his room for a week with Armstrong has frequently visited in an attack of lagrippe. He is some Louisville, as guest of Mrs. A.D.Roach and also the family of Judge Wheeler better at this writing. rela-ive- Jm jBB WmK - celery Compound r Beautiful Line F ppives Strength. Best spring medicine. It makes the weak strong. We sell and recommend it. j Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS Bl)St OUalllV. LOW PliCCS R. E. M' ROBERTS. W. McC JOHNSTON, JOHN T. JOHNSTON. Chamberlain's Con h Kemecy. and has been the recipient of Foley's Honey and Tar Cough Medi Mccreary. much social attention." cine the best (iThis remedy is intended especially remedy for the Throat and for coughs, colds, croup, whooping JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Mr. E. P. Moritz, of St. Louis ,was in Mr. B. F. Broaddus had a fine cow to Lungs, Pleasant to take coughs and influenza. It has become town this week. His handsome wife die Saturday night. , and famous for its cures of these diseases, accompanied him to Stanford where Mr. Willie Broaddus and wife of C. C, & J. E. Stormes over a large part of tlu vilized world. Civil Engineers and Snrreyois, she is now visiting the family of her Marksbury visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie lm The most flattering testimonials hav father, M. F. Elkin. LANCASTER, KY. Beazley the latter part of last week. WALLACETON. been received, giving accounts of its good works; of the aggravating and Mr. anb Mrs Watson and little son That Throbbing Headache. Bradley of Weir City, Kansas have. J. A. Baker sold to R. G. Ballard a persistent coughsit lwscured; of severe Would quickly leave you, if you used been the guests of Mr. and Mrs David colds that have yielded promptly to its mare for $25. small Dr. King's New Life 'Hills. Thous- Sutton for the past week. smoothing effects, and of the danger Wallace & Hiatt are. moving their ous attacks of croup it has cured often ands rof sufferers have proved their Mr. W. H. Lackey and wife and Mr. I have purchased the Wal ll this week, from here to a saving the life of the child. The exten metchless merit for Sick and Nervous and wife were the guests Headaches. They make pure blood of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Broaddus Sun point about a mile and a quarter east, sive use of it for whooping cough has ker stable and am prepared where they have bought a fine lot of shown that it robs that disease of all and strong nerves and build up your day Miss Rebecca and Nora Clark to furnish the health. Easy to take. Try them of Marksbury visited Miss Sallie and timber from WmHIigginbotham. We dangerous consequences, it is espe are really glad to have it moved out cially prized by mothers for Only 25 cents. Money back if not their chilMyrtle Nave Saturday night and Sunside of town for decency's sake. cured. Sold by R. E. McRobertsDrug dren, as is never fails to effect a speedy day gist. Ed. Hamilton and family, of Lud- cure, and because they have found that lm on shortest notice. For frost bites, burns, indolent sores low, who has been visiting the family there is not toe least danger in giving KENTUCKY DELEGATES Special attention given eczemas, skin disease, and especially of James Wallace for ten days, left it, even to babies, as it contains nothTravelers. To the National Editorial AsociatIoii Piles, DeWitt's Witch nazel Salve on Monday of this week Miss Mary ing injurious. Sold by II. E. McRoli- stands first and best. Look out for Baker, one of the teachers of the Pri erts Druggist. Convention at Portland. lm EICE BEKGE dishonest people who try to imitate mary department of Berca College, Mr. Woolfolk, of the Advocate, who and counterfeit it. It's their endorse spent vacation with home-folk- s JUDSON. here, is President of the Kentucky Press ment of a good article. Worthless but returned to her work on Tuesday, H. HOSHAL , CO., Mr. A. D. Ford sold a nice lot of Association, has appointed the follow goods are not imitated. Get DeWitts E. B. Wallace is having a nice two hogs for $50. ing delegates to the next annual con Witch Hazel Salve. Stormes' Drug story front added to a house belonging Commission Merchants, vention of the National Editorial As Store. Mr. Mitch Lane bought of Mr, to him, but at present occupied by sociation, which will be held at Port Bourne a nice jersey cow for $25. Thomas W. Soper, the polite and pop PREACHERSVILLE. land, Oregon, in July: Chas. M. Lewis, ular clerk for the firm of Wallace & Three families near Pleasant Hill of the Sentinel, Shelbyville; Harry Mr. Jas Payne and wife were visiting Soper. If each of our residents would sent eighty dozen eggs to town MonTandy, of the News, Paducah; W. Q. do as much for the im day. Adams, of the Inquirer, Owensboro; in Rowland Sunday. UNION STOCK YARDS, Tobacco beds are sown, the hemp is Louis Landram, of The Recoud, Lan Mr. John Rigsby sold to J. L. Hut-chi- provement of our town as Mr. Wallace broken and the farmers are anxious, to does, the news would soon spread that one bay mare for $35.00. caster; M. F. Coifley, of the News, - - - CINCINNATI, O. get to plowing'. Louisa, and J. R. Collier, of the Favor Mr. Tim Payne traded houses with Wallaceton is on healthy boom. Mr. Bourne, the well known trader, information regardinglive stock cheer ite, Franklin. Alternates: J. M. Al- John Rigsby and got 815.00 to boot. When Dr. J. II. Perkins moved to was through this locality last week fully furnisljed. Consign your stock dl len, of the Democrat, Cynthiana; C. Mr. John Cummins and sister Miss our town three months ago, we felt buying anything that was on the rect to us. 'Phone 7346 of the News, Glasgow; J. J. Addie went down to Buckeye last week sure that every profession that was bought two cows from Glenn, of the Hustler, Madisonville; visiting. needed in Wallaceton, was. .veil repre- - market. He Mitch Lane. Price unknown. John L. Bosley, of the Reporter, ParE sented;and that opinion is even strong Mr. Josiah Mullins of Mt. Vernon is; Wallace MacKay, of the Tiger, Mrs. James Simpson is quite sick at er now than then, but nevertheless Shepherds ville, and Clarence E. Woods, was visiting Uncle Flem Cummins quite a number of us We are very sorry that have been liter this writing last week. of the Climax, Richmond. was absentd ally during the past our assistant Mr. J. L. Anderson sold to John week at seeing the following profes from Saturday until Monday morning. Information concerning the meetATI ing can be had by applying to J. M. Anderson (the fruit man) one .horse sional (?) printed card: "R. G. Mitch- Mr. Jim Clark and wife, ofSycamore,Page, the Secretary, Jerseyville, 111., for S40.00. Valley, visited their uncle, Mr. Jackell, Hypnotist." The intelligent peo or G. S. Rosser, National Committee Mr. Rash Turner CAPITAL ) Mr. Geo. Archer of the Flat Wood ple of our town would extend a heart- Turner Sundav j SURPLUS. man from Kentucky, Maysville. The country was in our debating society ier welcome to almost any 7ioo,ooo.oo ) ,000.0s. other pro- who is in business at Lock No. 8 visidelegatef from the south will rendez ast Friday night. fession, except the liquor seller, than ted his parents Saturday aid Sunday LANCASTER, KY. vous as Chicago, and from there to .Mr. T. Xi. Sanders and Master There is a protracted meeting in they will to this modernized relic of Portland in special trains. Arrange- progress at this place. Bro Pertum will ancient barbarism, and we voice Stone, visited the formers the Clyde, of M. -- Ait ments will be made for those who wish conduct the mee'ting. Sanders Sunday Miss sentiment of our best people when we father J. to take side trips to the Yellowstone A. R. Denny. President. Mr. Frank Thompson of this place say we do hope that this intelligent Lillie Ray, of Buckeye, spent part of Park, Seattle, Alaska and other points has accepted a position with the Field and highly respected son of Wallace-to- n last week with her sister Mrs Willie Jno. E. Stormes. Vice President. of interest. Danville Advocate. Mr. Tom Ray, and wife, of will reflect one moment and then Raney Tobacco works of Danville, Ya. Wx. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. Lower Madison, visited their father Mr. Sam Ballard had two sheep do the one sensible thing. S.C.Denny, Mr. Abner Ray last Thursdav. Pneumonia Follow La Grippe. J. F. Robinson. hapend to the last Friday and he but pneumonia cannot follow the use killedto kill If your child is cross or peevish, it Messrs. Willie and Walter Grow at Assistant Cash'r. the dog Friday night. of Foley's Honey and Tar. Pneu luck is no doupt troubled with worms. tended preaching at McCreary SunB. T. Embbt Ass't Mr. B. F. Gross of Drakes Creek sold monia is striking down hundreds of WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE day. those who thought they were cured of his farm to Mr. Bennett of Williams will remove the worms, and its' tonic DIRECTORS la Grippe. Foley's Honey and Tar, burg, Ky for a"bout $2,400 Mr. Gross effect restore its natural cheerfulness. Not one child dies whore ten former. ly died from croup. People have learnSam I.D.Cochran, Jas Spllman, taken during or after la Grippe, is contimplates going to Missouri. Price, 25 cents. ed the value of One Minute Cough Alex. R. Denny. guaranteed to prevent pneomonia. A. C. Robinson. C. C. & J. E. Stnrmps lm Cure and use it for severe lung and W. R. Cook, C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm L. Davidson, I have been afflicted with rheuma throat troubles. It immediately stops Jno. E Stormes. tism for fourteen years' and nothing BRYANTSVILLE. coughing. It never fails. Stormes' Ninety Iflilca an Hour! seemed to give any relief. I was able Drug Store. In the recent record breaking runs to be around all the time, but conJ. W. Farley refused S100 for his made by the fast mail trains over the stantly suffeiing. I had tried everyAlas, Too True. horse. lines of the Chicago, Burlington and thing I could hear of and at last was She is versed in theosophy Dr. Worrell preached an excellent Quincyand the Chicago and North- told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, And the mystic cathode ray; Garrard Lodge Nfo. 29, Knighst western Railroads, Cleveland Moffett, which I did and was immediately re sermon at Pleasant Grove last Sun She knows every occult theory, of Pythias, meets every Friday day. as special representative and corres- lieved and in a short time cured. I And each adept of the day. night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g Last Monday night lightning struck She can summon sleep hypnotic, pondent of McCLURE'SMAGAZlNE, am happy to say that it has not since made the trip from "start to finish." returned. Josh Edgar, Germantown, Mrs. A. S. Haselden's valuable surrey Knights are fraternally invit She can go into a trance, Full details of the round trip, from Cal. For sale by R. E. McRoberts nag and killed it. ed- Ed Bishop, C. C. But she cannot darn a stocking Chicago to Omaha, which is the most Druggist. lm Jim Middleton, oftheMt. Hebron Or patch her husband's pants. S. Haselden, K.R.& S. recent at the same time in many resJ. vicinity, sold his farm to Mr. McWill-iamN. Y. Com. Advertiser. pects and for many reasons the most of Mercer county. FLATWOOD. interesting and exciting "race against Last Sunday evening Owsley Dunn, time" ever made in this country, are colored, was drowned in Dix river, in vividly described as they actually preE. H. Walker's son, Ed. is very sick the bend near Mr. Baughman's. sented themselves to the writer, who with malaria fever at this writing. John Preston's son was thrown from rode in the cab by the side of the EnW. H. Furr bouglft a load of corn a horse arfd badly hurt a few days ago. gineer, whose hand on the throttle from Henry Yakey, of color, for $1.10 Corn is selling at $2 per barrel at the engine on this most re- per barrel. Camp Nelson. "record breaking', run. markable, William Wm. Coldiron's Dr. J. M. Jennings, of Hickman, has This article, which will appear in Campbell and family, of Clay county, been employed Magazine for April, will be 's at the lock above distillery, and will move to that replete with illustrations and pen have moved into Mr. Coldiron's ten ant house. pictures. place the first of April. Rev A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, J. F. Ring In tha new "Sing out tho old Miss Baker, of Lexington, is visit-i- n The Appetite of a Goat. Pettis and James Rigsby, ofPreach-ersvillSing out the falsa King in the true" g Miss Arnolds, of this place J. Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose spent Sunday at W. H. Furr's W. 'Adams, of We bring to you the new and true from tha Platte county Missouri, Stomac and liver are out of orber. All .R. S. Lawson is numbered with was the guest of J. B. piney forests of Norway Leavell, last such should know that Dr. King's New the sick this week. week John Davis and family are Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and Mr. Bentley, jailer, of Whitley, Mrs. Fisher, Liver Remed', gives a splendid appe- bought part of J. C. Fox's farm last visiting relatives here tite, sound digestion and a regular week the price is not known, also all Dr. Herring and family, of Lancaster, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey visited Dr. Elliott, last Friday bodily habit that berfect health and of W..B. Gross' farm, for about $2,300. great energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug Mr. Gross contemplates starting to Richard Dunn, of Harrodsburg, visited relatives here last week. v .Mr. and Store. Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Missouri shortly. Mrs. Haselden are-I- n the "city this science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positlro There was preaching at Good Hope week, buying goods. Brief but Expressive. Care for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces cliurch Sunday, by Rev. Pike, of Brod of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Two dealers trading side by side, Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worhead, who was elected pastor for the Rev. E. Edward, pastor of the EngOne for his trade on ads. relied; mucus is cut out; the rated ; the church the remainder of the year. He lish Baptist Church at Minersville One to old fogy methods trusted; cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed The first one's ich, the other's busted. will preach at 'Good Hope every 4th Pa., when suffering with rheumatism, membranes are healed and soothed so that then L. A. W. Bulleti- n- Saturday at 2 o'clock p. m and the was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain is ho inclination to cough. Sunday following at 11 a. m. Balm. He says: "A few applications 6QJ.D BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS of this liniment proved of great service' For a quick remedy and one that it BettlM Only. 25., SOe. ami .00 SIms perfectly safe for children let us rechappy only to me. It subdued the Inflammation You catfbe cheerful and BE SURE YOU GET I AM MVURS OLD. and never nsed ommend One Minute Cough Cure. It when you are well. If you feel "out and relieved the pain. Should any sufcqoiu to lit. Bell's n-lMis excellent for croup, hoarseness, tick- of sorts" take HERBINE, it will brace ferer profit by giveing Pain Balm a relief It (fives quick and permanentmale tBgrtpMmllaacoBcbaaadcoMa. fa It ling in the throat and coughs. Stormes you up. .Price, 50 cents. trial It will please me." For sale by mk lose rttoas.-lf- n. X. A. HetcaiH, ' lm Drugstore. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, B.E. McRoberts Druggist. lm x NEW LIVERY. N Very Best Rigs the Com-morci- al W. Cat!i8,Hogs,Sheep one-four- ns X4U3-TH- dumb-founde- post-mast- (ML BMK J, r. s, ton-troll- Cur-ley- e, DR. BELL'S n microbe-bearin- g 1 ft k. Mi's mi If you want some of these Bargains COME They have far surpassed our fondest expectations, but we still have sizes in most everything. We have 200 PAIRS "LADIES OXFORDS ranging in price from 75cts to $3.00, which go in this sale at 50c and $2 sold. AT ONCE before your size is Never-Before-Heard-- ing Out Sales Increase Daily. FE.ICES Ladies' Dongola Kid Shoe a; we ncive at 90cts, CHENS Is 9 MISSES " " French " " , Mens' " " " x all sizes and colors, cheaper than you ever bought them before. - X v " " Kangaroo French Calf " " Willow " " Vici Kid t Satin " 1.00 " " 1.60 " " " 2.10 Calf Shoe "1.00 former price $1 25 " 1.50 2.50 . We Still, Have a Nice Line of Furnishing Goods and 300 1.50 " "1.25 "1.60 "2.25 "2.50 " ;:.:'- " . 2.00 250 3.25 3.50 " " " " "2 50 " 3.50 " " 3.50 5.00 "WE HAVE THE ABOVE SHOES IN ALL COLORS. JF S3 fi ill ALL Sir if Much pain and uneasiness is catised by.piles, sparing neither age nor sex. TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT cures the most obstinate cases. 50 cts. in bottlo, tubes 75c. Auctioneer A. M. Bourne, reports Price, C. C. & J. E. Stormes, cattle on the market Mon- lm about day, nearly all sold at fair prices. Plug GOV. BR DLEY. horses brought from SKi to $50. Cows and calves from $2o to $40; sows and Ills Close Friends Claim He Has Xo Idea pigs $14; bunch of nineshoatsat $21.80 of Leaving Kentucky at the End bunch of 23 head of long yearlings at of His Term. SIT. orum-rirsrsn- N We will continue to take measures for ,Suits until the stock is closed out. A BOOPJ 4- - - w 4 AST X A Physicia- nCan Prescribe to mmjKmm BUCSCEYE 0R-TABLET- S Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum ;g g-:?Kli- FILE s--- The greatest care should b6 given to any little sore, pimple or scratch which shows uo disposition to ueai unuer CIHOT AO arv treatment No one can tell how soon these Ali rCAKtU HI rlnOl A5 will develop into Cancer of the worst type. So many people die from Cancer simply cause they do not know just what the disease is; DiViD! CO IritiC I (llirLbUi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors, and" are forced to submit to a cruel and dunperous the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer. The disease ojieration however, and is even more violent and destructive than promptly returns, before. Cancer is a deadly poison in the blood, and an operation, plaster, or other external treatment can have no effect whatever upon it The cure must come from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. "A Mr. Win Watpole. of Walsh town S D , cays: little blotch ahoi t the size of a pea came under ray left eye gradually growing larger, from which shooting pains at intervals ran in aii Jire:tions. I became greatly alarmed d a good doctor, who pronounced it Cancer. and ai.d advisi d that it be cut out. but this 1 could not con tent to. I read in mv local paper of a cure effected by S S. S. and decided to trv it. It acted like a charm the Cancer lxtoming at firt irritated, and then discharging free v. This gradually grew less and then discon yfcZify&W n $S tiimed altogether, leaving a small scab which soon r n" and now ouly a healthv little scar remains where ' &$&T wlint threatened to destrov my Hfo once held full sway." J& si&lifcr Positively the onlv cure for Cancer is Swift's Specific MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE coii.-ultev m Frankfort, Ky., March 29. Gov. According to the tax rolls hi the Bradley's close friends here do not controller's olltee at Austin the num- credit a San Francisco dispatch which ber of cattle rendered in Texas for the says he has determined to leave Kenassessment of lS'JS was 5,415,757 head, tucky permanently and locate in that against 5,057,(i5(i head in 18!7, an in- - city. lie wfll return here Saturday rease of 358,101. Ten years ago, how from Mt. Clemens, Mich., without even ever, the i,o4'J,iuu neau, going to California on a prospecting nearly 40 per cent, more than the num- tour which was a part of his proposed ber reported in 18'J8. trip when he left here two weeks ago J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on and the fact that he has abandoned electric street car line, writes that his that trip, his friends understand, means little daughter was very low with that he has no idea of leaving Kencroup, and her life saved after all phy tucky. Hound and Kobbed. sicians had failed, only by using One Mor.EHEAD, Ky., March 2S. Friday .Minute Cough Cure. Stormes' Drug Store. night four masked men went to the home of Bluford (. Weaver on Dry A little lime scattered about or plac ed in a box in a dairy room will absorb creek, eight m les from here, broke much of the surplus moisture, but the down the door, and seizing Weaver, iirst important step is to see to the bound him with ropes. They then drainage and have it as perfect as pos helped themselves to his property, carsible. Damp floors not only develop, rying away nearly everi'thing in the house. After the robbers were gone but increase organic fungoid germs. Weaver's frightened family released The rain fall for the month up to him from his uncomfortable condition. because it is the onlv remedv which can go deep enough to rea'ch the root of thi 2utn,.uas been nearly seven incli-- j 0nc of the men was recognized, and surgical A t!.- disease ami force 'it out of the system wrmanently. ounce of fallow land has nrrpt win foiinv do. s not reach the blood the real seat of the disease because the blood can es. Not-onnot Iw cut aicmj Insist upon S. S. S ; nothing can take its place. Contagious yet been turned in Central Kentucky AYorthitigtou. May Succeed Bradley. S S. S. cures also anv case of Scrofula. Eczema. Rheumatism. or if turned, it was to the injury of IUim d .Pti on. Ulcers, "Sore.-;-, or any oilier form of blood disease. Valuable Fkankfoht, Ky., March 25. It is Wl;s on C'sncer and Blood Diseases will be mailed free to any addresB by the soil and detriment of the intended rumored here now, and the friends ot tS crop. Much hemp is yet unbroken, ft Specific Company, Atlanta Georgia. Gov. W. O. Bradley and Lieut. Gov. few plant beds are prepared and all Worthington seem to DIGEST YOUR FOOD. think there is Ninety per cent, of "all sickness Is caused by seasonable work is delaved. Farmers BUENA VISTA. considerable credence to be placed in sons and pocs into your blood and then you are !We growing restive, but SUCll COndi report, that Bradley will resign any Tpv the CIn to .1. E Scott s for your Plows and liable to almost Dr. disease the human system tjons ire ouite nmi'il in Mnrr-lnear the close of his gubernatorial is heir to. Use Carlstedt's German Liver You Plow paints, lie can supply your Powder and watch the results. dose. will feel ington Herald. term and that he will be succeeded by effects after talonjr one Give it It the pood be convinced. Price 25c a trial and vt::K To allay pains, subdue inflammation, Worthington. The friendship between Spruce Gum Balsam Cures heal foul sores and ulcers, the most these men is well known, and the gov Otto's F.trmcrs are all behind with their Dr.Your Cough. Just the Medicine satisfactory results are obtained by crnor would not be averse to see his spring plowing on account of thj wvt for Children. using BALLARD'S SNOW LINI- lieutenant honored by his occupancy For sale by weather. of the chair, for a little while at least. 11. E. Melloberts. MENT. Price, 25 cts. and 50 cts. Go to.I. E Scott, for sill kinds of C. C. & J. E. Stormes, & Fish & Co., He can supply Whisky Plants fold. Implements. Tannins Paint Lick. lm MT. HEERON. your wants. Louisville, Ky., March 20. The Commissioner of Agriculture, Lucas Warwick distillerj' at Richmond, MadChas. M. Scott, of this place, lost in Isaac Duncan and family have movMoore, writes The Rkcokd to an ison countv. owned by Burnham Si L 'xin;;ton last week, a valuable horse ed from this plac? to Indiana. nounce-thhe has no moie garden Bennett; W. S. llume distillery, in the with Pinkeye. Mr. MeWilliains. of 4 ligh Bridge, seed for distribution. The Commis same county, and the Old Bourbon disE. J. This-le- r bought James Middletons farm op-It is reported to us that tillerj', near Paris, were acquired by ' sioner's oilice is flooded with requests h2gan work on his telephone Monisitc Mt. Hebron for Si,(500. to which it is impossible to reply indi- the Kentucky Distilleries & Warehouse day, running from his mill to llurgin. Co. Friday. The distilleries are of Some of the boys of this locality vidually. The report of the purchase Chas. M. Humphreys, of Burgin, have returned from llllnoi ;" since of $10,000 worth of seed was an erron- medium capacity, and their brands are eous one. The amount really expend well known to the whisky trade. All preached at Mt. Olivet last Sunday the grand jury has adjourned. the money has been paid for the plants ed for this purpose was 728.75. morning and evening at the usual Miss Eliza J. Lusk has divided the and the deals closed. The amounts hour. ''Give me a liver regulators ni I can paid have not yet been divulged. Mt. Hebron school district and a C. C. Cunningham, of this place, left house will be built at Bourne, also one regulate the world," said a genius. Dr. Hunter In Louisville. The druggist handed him a bottle of Monday, for Brooklyn, where he has in the lower part of the district. Louisville, Ky., March 29. Dr. W. DcWitt's Little Early Risers, the fa gone in the interest or the picture Hunter, United States minisMiss Peggie Stubblelicld, aged 87. mous little pills. Stormes' Drug Godfrey business. ter to Guatemala, now in this city, is died, at her nephews, Mr. .1. M. Store. taking steps to save the life of ChurchMr. Bradley Cunningham, an enterd on the 1 List. She had The Danville Advocate says John A. ill Guthrey, an American under senprising young fanner of this neighborintensely from a fall Huguely does not believe in weaning tence of death in Honduras, for filihood, is superintending the farm of weeks. The remains were intered in colts, and here one can see what he.' Mrs. Margaret Robinson. Mt. Hebron cemetery. AVc extend probably never saw before or will ever bustering. Guthrey was formerly a our heart felt sympathy to the rela- seen on any other man's place this is, lawyer at Marshall, Mo. Secretary of On aceound of the scarcity of corn State Hay has ordered the gunboat "JS, '!)7 and '96 foals sucking the Machias to investigate, and the Amerland in this surrounding neighbor- tives. Isaac Montgomery has bsen danger same mare, some both mule and horse ican consul to secure a stay of senhood there will be an abundance of Mrs. E. colts, some runners and some trotters. tence. ously ill for several days watermelon patches planted. 1). Lawson is very sick with grippe In some instances the "JG or 'S)7 foal is The growing wheat crop in this sec- lev. J. I. "Wills delivered two very the sire of the '1)9 foal. a 116 Years Old. tion looks about as promising as it us- interesting sermons at this place Ky., Greenup, March 29. Mrs. Sat Geo. B. Secord, the well known conually does this time of year, and the urday andVSur.day S. 15. Scott, of tractor of Towanda, "N. Y., says: " I America Cartwright, of Dry Run, is prospects are good for an average Burgin, visited his father and mother have used Chamberhiin's Cough Rem- dead at .the alleged age of 116. She crop. Mrs. Becca Edwards and edy in my family for a long time and has lived under every presidential adlast ;veek spent have found it superior to any other." ministration, and was no doubt the Miss Dr.isy Scott, of Danville, was son Garrett, of Ilarrodsburg, Misses Forsale by R. E. Mclloberts, druggist oldest person in this end of the state. at home last Saturday and Sunday, last week with relatives here She leaves hundreds of descendants. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lena and Jennie Rogers, of Lancaster- '! Balsam. Formula on each package. j mL,dL n pilF CURE Cents. CU2ES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY & jt Price, 25 A New Discover fci the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. & 50c. 'cures where all others have failed. Tubes, qy Mail, 75 cents; Bottles, 50 2AME3 F. DALLARD. R .E. McRoberts. HANGED TO A TREE. Mrs. Emellne Sontz, Aped CO Years, Cons nilta Suicide Had Ileen Hanging for a Week Before I'ound. Sola Fioprletor. - - 3!0 North Main Sires!. ST. LOUIS, UO. STOISIVIE DRUG STORE. a.S-- m MM VITALITY laS.OTErEtXTT-- '3i S, Sa 8 FOR THE BLOOD - opei-atio- i Russeli.vili.e, Ky., March 2S. Mrs. Emeline Soutz was found hanging to a cedar tree Sunday afternoon, three miles from town, on the Morgantown road. From the looks of the body, she had been hanging at least one week, as the varmints had begun to eat the body. She her home, left at Furguson. the Dth of this month, was teen here the next day and tried to purchase one dollar's worth of arsenic from the druggist, but failed. She had not been heard of since until found Sunday, although a search had been made for her. She left no word why she took her own life. Mrs. Soutz was CO years old, and is believed to have been of unsound rajnd. She lived with her son. the only relative she had living in this country. BUILDINGS -- The great remedy tor n organs ot cither sex, sc; Impotcncy, Nightly Em TTT.T.i McRoberts' Drug Store. IN ASHES. Brooksvllle, Ky., Visited by a Disastrous Fire The .Loss Will Aggregate About 850,C00 No Lives Lost. at p suif-?re- Bkook8VIllk, Ky., March 2S. IJrooksville was visited by a disastrous fire at 1 o'clock Monday morning. The Bracken County Bank building. Dr. W. 15. 'Whalen's building, occupied by the Bertrain-Reiste- r Drug Co. 's and the K. P. lodge; Mrs. J. building, Mrs. D. C. Fronk's dwelling and store room, Colter's store and Mr. E. M. Day's store room were destroyed. Loss, $50,000, with partial insurance. The fire originated in Mrs. Damn's dwelling, and is doubt the work of incendiaries. This is the second fire here within the past six weeks. liaiclen Sertis exhausted. Frankfort, Ky., March 27. Commissioner of Agriculture Lucas Moore announces the supply of garden seeds for distribution by his bureau is exhausted. The office is flooded with requests for seeds. The report of the purchase of SIO.000 worth of seed was erroneous. The amount really cvpendV ed for this purpose was S72S.75. Mor-fordbej-on- Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others. All Kinds Farm Machinery Always onHand J", IB. ZED IT. PAINT LICK. HAND-MADE Ii BUGGIES BUGKBOARDS rrUoner in Lexington Jail lias Smallpox. Lkxixotox Ky.. March 2S. Jim Ellis, a Negro, who has been confined in the county jail here for the past four months, has a well developed case of fcmallpox. It is feared other prisoners will develope the disease. Killed by Lightning. Russei.lville, Ky. , March 28. Lightning struck J. E, Ilowerton's barn at Rubber Tires Repairing nf All Kinds. "V. Scott James Munday, of liar rodsburg, was visiting AV. P. Ruble, Mrs. Mariah Lane rethis wcik turned home last week from Danville, where she has been visiting her son for S2veral months. It" . lm ter, and Pearl Iluirman, of Danville. The great Hanover was chloroformattended preaching here Sunday ed and killed at Lexington last week .Joiinrne hicks, or juccreary, visiteci by Dr. Robert Bryan, who was left his parents Saturday and Sunday. . Rev. Hill and wife visited Mr. and alone with the great stallion. Col. Young could not witness the death of " rs. Jonah Marsee Sunday the idol of his heart and left the farm early in the morning for Lexington. The employees around the barn" also A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. left. Hanover had been sick for some time suffering with indigestion. He recovered from that, but he had an uncontrolable apetite and was muzzled to prevent him from eating be- stroke of paralysis. Capt. Turney was burned up. federate. Fears Eternal Punishment. an Hesdereox, Ky., March 25. Jane Muhlenberg Presbytery. Elkton, Ky., March 27. The Muh- McQuarry, an elderly lady residing a with her daughter in this city, has belenberg Presbytery, representing number of churches and 25 delegates, come insane. She imagines she is gowill convene in .this city April 20. Rev. ing to hades, and continues to tell her II. M. Porter, of Greenville, will preach relatives and neigbors to pray for her. She will be taken to the asylum. the opening sermon. n Paris. Kv-- i March 29. Capt Dan Oakville, killing Robert Penrod and Turnej. the well known horseman, dangerously injuring Mr. ilowerton. died here Monday from the effects'of a The barn and all its contents were Cant. Dan Turney Dead. Be on the Safe Side and FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR IS THE GREAT THROAT and LUNG REMEDY. tween meals and in that condition he was very restless and in pawing,struck one of his feet, injuring it badly. means was resorted to In order to cure it up. Blood poison set in and he had to be killed. Col. Young had the horse buried and will erect a nice monument to his memory. If j'ou are interested in horses, you should subscribe for the American Stock Farm, Lexington, Ky. The price IS Si 00 per year, K.'.f you Can Se-' Ea-ery -- She Wants Damages. Distillery to Resume. Frankfobt, Ky., March 86. Miss Lexixotox, Ky., March 29. The John Cochran Co.'s distillery at Frankfort Blanche Schofield, while riding in a Insure your Tobacco. National Bank will resume operations April 1 under buggy, collided with an Adams express Office, control of the whisky trust. It has a wagon, and was thrown to the ground. mashing capacity of 700 bushels per She wants $5,000 damages. day. A TIMELY HINT. Ton should be wise and. see that your blood is CONSUMPTION CURED. ricB and pare and your whole system pnt In a Dr. Otto'a Sornce Gum Balsam will core hy perfectly- healthy condition by the use- - of Dr. case of consumption if taken in time. Coa. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then yon snmptioa starts frith a slight cough, or cold. will be free from malaria, typhoid ferer, colds This is where consumption jjets its start and if and the crrip. Dr. Carlstedt's German IiUer you Triii, use ur. utto's spruce unm itaisam. Powder is the best medicine money can bay. y cure the coutrb, heal the longs and throat and aTold the most dreaded of all dl- - Far yur Cslst try Dr. Otto's Sprite - R. KINNIARD They overcome Weakness, irregularity and omissions, increase viir-or and banish "Daina :Ji!rrr MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILL; STORMES iORXJO STOJEfcE for $1.00, if you will mention this pa- - totUM Price 3k aadSOc. For sals fey par wheu writing. mar30tf R. E. McRoberts, Balsam.. Priea 26a and 6(ta a Battla. ' Fox sale by of menstruation." Thev are "IVIITC SlYfnc womanhood, aiding- development of organs and body. No ., . known rtmnrlv fnr- nrnmnn i -j life ..riu'"a uluul' becomes a pleasure. Sl.OO PER BOXcannot ao narm Sold BYCkveSd, by drure&ts. DR. UOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Ohia R. E. McRoberts. McRoberts' Drug Store,