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VOLUME IX entered at the pot Office In Lancaster Sir as Second Matter PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS Ctrf Public Square and Danville Avenue LANCASTER Y FRIDAY NOVEMBEP 1898 TEKM8 OF BSCRIPTJOK HJ0 v in Adrance oJ C 1c i tjit I f f t I rfC W- j ti tn fn ttorn- I 30 LAND RAM t P 4 SIt k t w 41 r F r cwv q a d ira w r Class NTMBER r= The largest and most complete line of Conking and Heating Staves ever brought to Lancaster includ ing a handsome and wellselected line of Airtight Heaters Our prices cant be Also an elegant assortment of Bear Fur and k Plush Robes at UnHeardOf Prices J R Haselden HARDWARE STORE Col Stanford W I Williams Lancaster I Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly j I W G welch iVRCA WILLIAMS du listedP K T j 11 tF 1 iii t t IN AND ABOUT LANCASTERr II e 11100101 OIHO DC uu 11HU C1 mutcnoOO IUIOOD HH1l H r un 1oo Vote and go home Its the loafers about the polls who always get up trouble Vote for the bonds Fresh boreal sorghum at GS Suits for S05D J C Hemp hill A Will for fresh egirs H B X rthcutyN Call and see a beautiful of Rugs at J A Bazey Co Rice line Sterling Siiver Spoons just received by Morrow MeK The Lest two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines The hotel and Opera House scheme looks like a winner this time If you voted for free turnpikes you should vote for the bonds Several fine old palms for sale cheap Apply to Dr W M Grant n4 Large line of Dinner S ts and Cham her Sets just rectivd G i I Fre h Oysters received daily Serve i soid O F illett Lancaster All the latest Novelties in A Dozens for m as wtar now in c me sad Remember the post office is open rom 8 to 9 m Sundays Mail is sent out night Taxes p st due Pay be ore the penalty goes on J B SANDERS S G C T W Reid has sold to II M Ballou the lot adjoining the ormers for 4 Three years old giving plenty milk Fine butter cow Call at E W liar cl ris shop tf MONEY To LOAX On real estate at 5 per cent address VV S Ljwwill At torney Danville Ky 111898 Dont fail to see my TaJlorMado Suit for Ten Dollars It is All Wool and a perfect fit is fuaranteed L J C UinrjhilLNj of Gain AllWool Gaines and Hotel them J CE IIJPhiJ a also Notice Lot Sold residence Finn Cow Nor Sate 81000 4 2 ling R 1 Sunday u Jersey n e N Vote for the bonds Beautiful line Cut Glass at MorrowV McRobertsb n4 PeachcsGrapes Pears and Fancy Apples at G S I call for Putts Four at the leading grocers and they havent it or ler direct from H C eye Ky Wagon in town daily 102llm I have d jcid d to locate in Lane s ter and will m ve here with my about December 1st to practc3 my profession W BUKXETF M ocWJItf To Teachers The teachers resisters and school laws have been received MissElisa Lusk and are ready or dig tribution I will to the foil o the law without distinction1 parties all person in the lake on the distillery premises oct7 Jxo W MILLED Teachers Convention The teachers as oci ition of Paint Lick district w il convene at oud view sciixoi iioiisf near artersviLo v All are invited to attend Good Advice i Vote for tha turnpike bonds as the best method ot getting out of a hole whether you helped to get the county into that hole or not Richmond Pan tagraph The Advocate You will buy th j turnpikes every six years i you do not carry the bond is If you do carry the bond issue you will have 3 years in which to pay for them Danville Advocate Short bat To the Point GJV Bradleys Thanksgiving in full is as follow Thursday the 24th day of November next is hereby set as a day oi and prayer in t The remains of Mrs Dr J S Pierce t brought from Los Angeles Cal and interred in the Lancaster ry yesterday She and her husband resided in LOcater for many year and were weliknown to older citizens the town Notice yu Notice prosecute t ayand caught shinJr Mgr the 5 it r pry thanksgiving Gaines Pittsl3 fly let 11 cur iiuty idea sue ap art were Cem tt etc SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTT It- I r JI t re s 9 o U o tiC a OTTK ALL WOOL SUITS AT 5 Better at 750 All the novelties of the season in suits at 850 10 12 and 15 Best line of 750 in the market See our Top Coats at 850 Also New York px Coat at 12 A Beautiful Line of Boys and Childrens Clnthirjg Buell Bootees If you want comfort try a pair Mens Hightop Shoes from 2 t made by the best eastern factories All the latest style Toes and Lasts in Ladies Fine Footwear The latest patterns in Neckwear Come and see what we have in Gents Underwear at 1 a suit i A new line of Stiff Hats just opened Best Alpine hat in Central Ky for 1 Some beautiful things iii Gentlemens Umbrellas v i your a C ME ann SEE 350 Give DS orderfor ones Overcoats rice Tailormade Sri I f j 1 j l 1 o tIt tl q i 0 0 ff O t t l jtti i 1 Jct I ft IsFyi- w w k rr isi Kjt c J 2nfj fi i LOGAN ft ROBINSON Lancaster Kentucky r v cl I i y4 u tr vL T r- jJl f W i l 1 11 Vote for the bonds G B Lewis the igntaiug Contra tS or is in town once more Ho begun the colored Odd Fellows Hall this wek j One of the Finest Policeman Joe Petty has pu chased a handsome blue uniform with buttons Chief of Police Walker has vrJereJ a suit and the two will make as handsome as well as efficient as eve wielded a club To go IO Lexington lake the leaving 1125 a m to Junction City where a good connection is made with the Queen Crescent putting you Lexington about 280 the afternoon Stable Building Sold Rice bungs sold his livery building adjoining AlcRoberts store to Jim Hamilton for 20 head fine mules building is now occu pied by W II Lackey who will con The Uuckioard given away by J B Jennings is on exhibition at W J Romans carriage Ex amine and then come in and take n o the largest dia mond importing house will be at my store Isov 11th with full line of dia mond goods Call on this day and make selections for Christmas pres ents i the Jeweler Known Wlia it is Talking About S B votiiig or tar issue you will reduce your It will eas for file taxpaver to have twenty years in which to pay for the pikes than ih es y ars So vote for the bond issue Kictimond Register A Noble Act Corporal H D White tells TIlE REC ulna that the profits coming to Co L from the regimental canteen about 590 will in purchasing grave tunes for the members of the coiup v w ho died in the se vice Vote fur the bonds Judge lI D Hughes has been doing noble work in the interest of the bonds Every publicspirited man should hustle or them by calling at tendon to them to those who do not understand the mat Henry White who got the o wagon master in the Second Missouri old a RECOKD representative h select and take with him about fifteen ne hers of the Second Kentucky iae wno go from are Jot G linns and Juhu Pritchttt Public Sale G A Swinaoroad will on N v lOtii sell at auction on his farn near Huo ble on od Danville an 1 pike all the household and kitchen furniture furling impliments 15 stockers and feeders horses 413 barrels of corn and other things too numerous to mention Try It fel officer Make the tax pretty steep and require the loafer tj have a stamp about eisrhteen inches square pasted on the most appropriate place on his body We believo that rather than pay anything such follows would go to work Dollar from Danville One of our Danville friends sent TIIK RECORDS collector a dollar bill Tues day and ailed to say fron whom it came As there are sevaral subscribers over there who owe the same amount the sender of the dollar will please hold up his right hand Every newspaper published in that voted for free pikes is urging people to vote for the bonds Its only thing let to do and the pie who taking no interest in the matter should remember that their interests are involved and very much so Look into the matter Medal fur Capt Duncau After the Lancaster company had been mustered out at Lexington day the Madison county members presented Copt Sam Duncan with a trip handsome medal as a token of their for him We heard one of them say That man is the best officer ever saw and we all have learned to love him He has a warm spot in our and hearts We also members of other companies say Sam was the best captain in the regiment t 4 JYonrJUhinsr f jGradeoT School is in the most prosperous condition since its lishment U here are 250 pupils and enrolled and everything moving along nicely THis is the best institution the town had It is run in the interest pT the people and isfreo from the the of any church or certain of The taxpayers and trolls invitation visit t e school t any We can the understand why any try to down so noble an insti tution We certainly no citizens who TIP want to break up an ial institution like this school for the measly of saving a few tax Yote for the bonds Ji in it for red the m by V D firs H ur M1 I coppers 1 luregotat andgo Ira stable- D 1 he businessbytoe it euaaca un itnovJA Lora be used andexplaining r h plat stet r m Jles andstores Extra counties pea highregard t The now p standing toit time person purPose cents l i ir ic Itauva si regular train shop representative atom s nP taxis beer tic lilies on plows r are heardr e ever n y set men hoes a not break have s fear y ouln state s n cant j J boat there bride much move hour man inl little Able Vote for the bonds Urn AVultoii TMnks voting for the bond is iuv will reduce present taxation and let those w h come after us be r some of the burdens that this generation has borne in building and buying pikes Lincoln county has paid fully hair and in many cases nearly all for Luilding the pikes constructed in the last score or so of years Stanford Journal Croakers to the Front The talko bui dng an opera house and hotel will now furnish a subject to be run down by the storestove nu isance and streetcorner orator These ellows sit at least eighteen hours out the twentyfour and orate on things they know nothing about If the law only require the town marshal to make every loafer go to work much idle gasing ana sometimes trouble be avoide I Ko Trouble Now Clad Hamilton went on duty as night man at the depot Monday You will have no trouble now in buying your tickets having baggage checked or getting your trunks off and placed in the depot until morning Mr Hamilton Will amavs have a coaifor obis fire in the waiting room anu seep out the usual crowd pf loungers and loafers who hang about such places Vote for the bonds Lob Henry ioimorly of this ollici went west recent to grow uj with the country found the vViir spa Woolly way not what it was craciieJ up to be He had not been there long before he would fain have eaten crumbs which fell from Solons table and said he would re turn the parental roof lie ar rivtd yesterday and 3Ir Henry Sr it looking around for a good cheap veal to slaughter The Southern Mutual This Investment Company has won the good most prominent business men all over the state and is growing to an enoroiuus extent are putting in all the surplus cash hey have and are delighted with the results Ask J C Hemphill to explain the plan and you will see the ad vantages and many good points Tht i3S Unpst Pfftra iaentUusinessmen Lexington are at the held ofit No More Union Meetings Int rest in the union meetings grad ualy melted away until last Sunday pulpit hail its man lumbei iiif away to abUt a hand til of people is l e ngrettvd that these meet igs were not continued as they rough the people closer together siowed to the outside world that they ved in Brethren dwelling toper in unity Any who thinks that only the members of his church will get to heaven hasnt enough nine religion in his hide to get htnghai chicken through the pearly sates Vote for the bonds Officers Still In- Most of the officers have not yetbeen mustered out and probably will not be several weeks Their muster out papers have to undergo a good deal of tape manipulation before they get their discharges from Uncle Sam As each officer at various times has been custodian of government property he must get a quietus from six separate departments to show that he owes tht overnmsnt nothing Consequently officers of the Second will remain for sometime straightening up their accounts with the government Some of them may reenter the service securing positions in the regular McDonald Weislger P McDonal o Danville and Mary K Weisier of this cty Sqaire and Mrs W Kinuairl on Danville street at ten clock Tuesday morning The cere nonVj was performed by Rev W Cv Goodloe The couple left at once for Louisville where they took a steam for St Louis They will go from to and take an extended through the northern states The is a lady of r finement and cul and has many friends in Central Kentucky Dr McDonald is a leading minister in the Presbyterian church at this time holds the position Syaodical Minister He is a man of ability and a good speaker More Favor from Mr Hood The people of Lancaster should their hats to Supt Hood He has certainly worked to help us all along is continuing to do so His latest is v- to have the afternoon train Stanford changed to arrlvj earlier thus giving the papers and mail at 315 The change is a much needed one as a catty get hismail in time to w6r and write his letters to go out on trains The L N is cer doing thus proud thing by Lan PeopLs who want to bring buits against the road over trh matteis which the company wlllal settle at anything like a reason figure should quit annoyipfr th people now v Vote for the bonds l ers It in is to for i tn mg tl oe the o m hilt B you inof ofwould rut sick or lt WHo th uncle ViiI of Parties soon gilt cacti to an abel army vere married at the residence of the parents Jot takeoff anAIt- an night ICS 1 w unto tlia lit person ge t briles Chicago tune rom pen caster now ways railroad iC n P More New Goods Cuming We are now receiving another big of Dry Bands i Ladies Cloaks r Boots BllDEB C Our Mr Logan has just returned from the markets where he spent several days in picking up some Great Bargains C f fWe were fortunate in securing another nice line of Ladies Jackets arid Capes Come in early and let us fit you out Before they are picked over and sizes broken The LOGAN GP i0 DRY GOODS Go shi meatp 2 a Vote for the bonds The Ilavauu Limited The first A iiericuu Railway to an aoance traiu srvc the especial benefit of travel to the West Indies las heard frdm The Queen Route are announcing a fast train as the Forida Havana It wil go into from Cii cnrati to Tampa Jacksonville Miami Mobile and New Orleans This nent of the genuine American idea getting into the field early will be a complete vestibuled service with din observation cars vestibules electric headlights and all the para phernalia of the modern railroad train is chiefly to be marked as the first the field for the new territory which just coming under the protection of the greatest flag on earth Train will make fst time to Ports named and will connect with fine steamer service various Ports in Cuba Porto Rico and Jamaica It marks a new era in railroading in this country The Second Out The Sjcond Kentucky was mustered out of service at Saturday and Johnnie has laid hi un aside and come marching home he boys are greatly disappointed at tot getting to the front and feel that they were given the hot end of The treatment they received was simply outrageous It was the best regiment in Kentucky as person familiar with the casa will but the powersthatbe had it in them and they were given a colt on every hand We are in po iitipn to know Gaithers ability a soldier and know him to be thor oughiy competent in every way tt ommand troops But to get the recent war one hat to have pull the same as if he apply for a government job If UncL Sam should need more troops and wt believe he old fellow will oubtless have some trouble in getting patriotic men to scramble over one an other to sign the enlistment blanks Hotel and Opera House plan has at last been put on foot whereby fine hotel and opera home and wejbelieve will be erected in Lancaster One of our most public spirited citizens has secured drawing a building which b a model of con venience and beauty It is three sto of brick and stone acd car built for 815000 which snminclude price of lot The gentlemans plan is the caoney by subscrip lion of 1000 a share He only wear work Monday and already has sev thousand dollars sabscribed Tht renfr from the hovel opera aouse amd two store rooms will BOOB f I fIr Crescent renown Limited wile Lexington everything ever admit Col anythin willthe toraise f C C service exp formal were hi derived b A i i PlY the debt as is easy to be seen We believe every citizen who h is any money inl nut want he earth in return for every cent laves ed will take stock in the building and be glad of so good an investment e undestand the plan is to erect the hooding on the Miller lot This spir it of i regress makes glad the hearts of those who want to see the town and have an idea of things other than their own selfish selves By next issue of THE KECOKD all the stock will have been made up and we will pub lish it to show who are the ones who want to build up the town Tough Called Down Everybody who travels on the Queen Crescents excellent Blue Gras Special knows and likes Ban McGraw the clever and accommodating We saw this clearly demonstra tad Saturday night while coming down rom Lexington to Danville with him number of soldiers were on the train and as usuil there were were anxious to attract attention One Smart Alex who had probably lad a small beer or glass of sweet ci ler pretended to be vory drunkT He ask VIcGraw to allow him to stop over at Xicholasville on a straight t cket to Junction City which of course the conductor had to refuse The tough then became very abusive but Sc draw went into the other each pay ng no heed The tough made use of very vile epithet then and lesa ban a second at least a isc K jassengers were on their aH tire ough given to understand that alk did not go McGraw did not note of the latter ocetirrence but it joes to show how his friend will stick or him The conductors on all line wondernl control ofcjihoir tener to not pitch some of the toughs mt the car window toyal is UK bifk t bUActraf tests hw it fMtfcM fartfctr tea MX aiMktm UmlimiyMf surplus prosper conductor severalwho haIL stash I p latelyy t TIle t JlOYj ItKlil i e 1 4 eL i dins S its feet ode yi Y rt f x r uaru tttysie Howell tavrMC t1 IAXCASTER KEKTDCKY JO 25 FRIDAY November 4 1898 Vote for Turnpike Bonds We desire to have the voters of this county reason together on the turn pike question Discard all prejud ccs and predilections in reference to the original question of free turnpikes aad consider the condition of aflEairs which will inevitably follow thu dc feat of the bond issue Mob violence and an endless debt for the payment of guards will be inflicted upon the people It has been demonstrated that the cost of guards at the gates would be far in excess of the amount requir ed to purchase keep in repair and maintain the roads of the county being admitted it is to the inter st of the taxpayer to vote for the bonds and to the interest of every vo ter to vote likewise in order to secure for themselves and their descendants that peace and quiet so desirable in community and the proper main teaacce of good roads which are to properly conduct business transactions between the citizens of civilized communities Good roads are in the delivery of farm attending courts and places of worship as well as in every kind of commerce or trade which is conducted by the people It has beena5 Mned that the 25 cents which Was levldd on each 10 is insufficient U y for the roads which have been in seven years and keep them in repair the amount for repairs only being to appropriate six rods of to the mile and every one that this means poor roads this tax will still b s collected if the bonds are defeated With this state of affairs it appears to be wise and economical to vote the bonds and have good roads which can not be had at without saying that the in iose sections of the county where roads are free will vote for the bonds and it would be to the best of those who live in sections where toll is collected to do likewise Under the present conditions the last named class are paying tax to main tai roads in other sections and at the same time they are paying toll This is a manifest injustice a burden a hardship which can only be avoided by voting the bonds and enabling the Fiscal Court to purchase and free the roads in their sections This is the on ly solution of the problem and the only just and equitable escape from the objectionable surroundings This course will insure the greatest good to the greatest number in which is the end souglt and desired every well regulated government from the most obscure hamlet to the most powerful nationThe Fiscal Court has lately the seven miles of the Crab road lying in Garrard county for 2 SOU provided the bonds carry This is a reasonable sum an i should be to everybody Of course if the bonds do riot carry the gates will be replaced It is proposed to issue 30000 in bonds to run 20 years which can be par at 4 per cent interest This is no large debt as our public buildings are in good condition and current expenses are not excessive Instead of increasing the levy of 25 cents it would diminish it the only difference being that a levy would be made for 20 years instead of seven years the amount being so small as not to be burdensome The county once had a debt of five times this amount when current expenses were excessive A prominent member of the court estimates that the levy for current expenses can be reduced to 12 cents and if the bonds carry the levy for turnpike purposes can be reduced to 20 cents making a total of 32 cents which is below an average for years past There are 90 miles of road which with improved machinery can be kept in good repair at 50 per mile or while ditching will cost The interest will amount to 1200 and the sum passed to the sinking fund annually 81500 These items amount to 7700 In round Lumbers the taxable property amounts to 4000000 and 20 cents on each 100 would yield 8000 or 300 more than the amount required By this plan the roads could be at reasonable prices and settlement could be made without imposing a burden on any one This appeal is not made in the interest of any faction or political party The issue rises far one in which every democrat or republican is deeply interested It d aia vrti toe icurc h p i v s and prosperity every c mmunity alike It behooves those who oppose the bond t p nse and xamine them selves in order to see if piraonai or political pr j dice is not deft rmining their course The proposed system has been inaugurated ia other States and cou ities givag perfect j he peculiar circ tmstances ex It should be remembered that two thirds of the votes cast at the tion favor the or the issue is lost This should be remembered and everybody should put the stencil in the next to the word YES REV SAM P JONES the Georgia evangelist and Mrs Jones were at the Ualt IIouse Jn Louisville Monday be J j J K liU1tlJ L PUalur JOKE nvANcIlOftJLK8 cve necessary necessary products purchased sufficient metal side presentIt voters interest purchased Orchard satisfactory soldat 40Q0 purchased aspiration satisfaction adoptiono must ifFJ 11 Yr p rC 5 IM iii Uch4IttLavaty Rte u- zoars LLNDLtIC YrlitIli This r kao about 500 r cit zsn eLee boasts al square Ni r 1 rtY r T- 1r ofi tie ti a di 01 d a l Mte leuylug f f She uua Mr Jones was area by reporter says the Lou ivrille Commercial Im a mixture on s d in response to a request for h opinion on the political situation I gave up the p irties long ago and tied to prim plea I dont ask what party is in or will get in WhISt will they do when they get in I dont support me t but measures I dont expfct anything of either party Tneyre both in tile grip of the runt crowd from snout taiL The Democratic party indorsed the liquor men in their platform The Republican party didnt but any le der will tell you if you are a liquor man that the party wont do anything to injure you Take McKinley and Bryan Theyre both good mon Chris tian cleanest men that ever contended for the presidency One is praying deacon in the Methodist the other a praying elder in thePresbytc rian church One was running on the gold buggery and the other on silver Neither of them dared to sly anything about the rum traffic though both knew thatour liquor bill for a year is more than all the and silver in the country Yes both goad men Christian men but theyre both tied to their parties and couldnt say what they knew they ought to say THE American Peace Commissioners Monday presented to the Spanish at Paris a formal statement of the purpose of the United States to take possession of the entire Phillip pine group The United States will not assume the Philippine debt of 49 part of it as represents pacific for permanent bettermets This Government will not assume any in support of millitary operations against the Philippine The joint session adjourned until Friday in order to give the commissioners time to prepare their reply The CourierJournal says while Spain will as long as possible in order to secure the utmost this country can be induced to pay lor the Philippines it is not believed at Washington that resistance to the demands of the United States will be carried to the point of breaking off ne step that would only re suit in Spains loss of the Phillippines without any compensation whatever While no further communications on the subject have been exchanged it is believed at Havana that ty of Cuba will bs assumed by United States January 1 though eva cuation by the Spaniards will not be completes by that time The Span lards it is said will accept this posi tion under protest Additional Local Vote for the bonds Be Cautious In order to have your vote counted for turnpike bonds put the stencil the square opposite the word Yes toss of Trade Free turnpikes are necessary now as the adjoining counties have adodted that system The collection of toll would drive trade from our merchants the county Vote for the bonds and hold your trade The Dudderar Mill I have rented the famous Mill near Gilberts am to furnish the very best flour and corn Satisfaction guaranteed 107 JOHN C POTTS The wayfaring man though a fool could not err in my measure blanks You are sure to get a fit If you do not dont take the suit Come and prices and quality of goods M D Agent Back to Work John Duncan who has been to his bed for several months is able to resume work iu his over Benges stable He will be glad to see his old friends and will a share of the publics tf Premiums Although our prices are as low as the to increase patronage Howard Tailoring company of go will give an watch or a high class handsome latest style ban lie value 250 with each suit of clothes er overcoat bought of them This does not change price or quality and a fit is guaran teed M D Hughes Agt Eastern Star The local Masonic lodge will soon form an degree This is for the benefit of Master Masons wives daughters or sisters Quite a number will join A Queer Medicine some hitherto unknown ingredient or that it is a The honest only claims to cure certain dis cn nnd that its ingredients are re physiciansUlaider Deise3 Ic is Cure ira Rev 1L J Jauicuner is conducting meeting Junction City He had three add ioas in a meeting just closed at Nicholasville Incomparable Service The Queen Cressant trims are the finest trains i ua in the State of Ken tucky Great Trunk lines of the North Westand East This is the lin parexcellence to Washington New York Boston and The Queen fc Crescent connects withevery line Cincinnati W G Moran lX P A Lexington I J in j S polities he Iask menthe commissioners but will be responsible for such expenditures bt 1 insurgents Spanish holdout stoat gotiationsa the allover Creekand prepared grinsSure HUGHES confined barbershop appreciate patronage lowest umbrella EasternStar proprietors medicine Kidney connect Cx triO frO i I gerr g they soverei Dudd rat Fits compare Ch eure alL Foley s Jr onto T Swift 1 51 s iM6Y 3 f 4 1ry ii s theca r j n CAMP HAMILTON It Visited by luvratlgator Cone an Sexton Col Will Be Gives Classes to LEXIKQTCW Ky Nov 5 oclock Monday morning Gen Dodge CoL Sex ton and Dr Conner of the war inveflti gating commission arrived here in their private car over the Cincinnati Southern from ChiCkamauga They will investigate the management Camp Hamilton and will also taketesti mony from ofHeeahwe who are familiar with the management of Camp Thom as Col Leonard 12th New York who was outspoken to Gen Alger when visited Camp Hamilton last month will be allowed an opportunity to swear to the charges he then mile or to what ever statement he cares to make now The Edibles Were Poisoned PADUCAH Ky Nov attempt was made Sunday to poison the family of H D Peeples an Illinois Central conductor The flour and lard and some cooked edibles were poisoned with arsenic and analysis Monday verified the suspicion The condition at by Ieeples is suspected but there is no clew Ilennlne K porten capture LOUISVILLR Ky Oct re in London by Scotland Yard detectives of Charles G Henning bookkeeper of the Bank of Louisville who absconded with 8200 is sti un confirmed Chief Hager wired tary of State Hay for information and I the reply was that he was noWsurj j Henning was arrested that the Lon don authorities had inquired whether extradition of Henning was desired Female Burglar In Loaivllle LOUISVILLK Ky Oct female burglar is at work in Louisville to the police she carries skel j eton keys burglars tools and all the appliances of the wellequipped house treaker She was surprised by Mrs vSolomons in the act of rifling her house at 1015 West Market street There was a short struggle but the woman succeeded in getting away with some booty Appointed Delegate FRANKFORT Ky Opt gov ernor commissioned R Monarch of Owensboro as a delegate to the Na tional Pure Food and Drug congress which meets in Washington city on January 18 1899 Kentucky is entitled to promote the pat sage of pure food laws The other delegates from this state have already been appointed Private Shot by a Guard LEXINGTON Ky Nov 1 Private Slatt Company I 2d Missouri was shot in the leg by Provost Guard Chilcoat Monday night Chilcoat was patrol ling the tenderloin district and was attacked with stones by Slatt and three companions whom he tried arrest In selfdefense he fired on Slatt with a pistol Amputation of Slatts left leg may be necessary Hitchens Case Continued LKXINOTOX Ky Nov 1 Mrs Liz beth Hitchens of Glens Falls N Y appeared before County Judge Bullock Monday afternoon to answer to the charge of grand larceny preferred by Frank L Herdic of Williamsport Pa a poolseller Mrs Hitchens waived and the case was continued until the December term of court Gen Collier Adjutant General FRANKFORT Ky Oct of Hon W R Smith of as adjutant general of state was handed to Gov Bradley Wednes day night and accepted The governor immediately tendered the place to Gen D R Collier of Lancaster who held it and he accepted Died From HU InJuries BEKDERSOK Ky Oct SI James a well known farmer and living at Yatesville a small village near Dixon Webster county died Saturday the result of being kicked in the stomach by a horse Died at the of 96- HOPKINSVILLE Ky Oct 28 Dr J H Usher the oldest citizen of this died at his home near Newstead Thursday morning aged 96 He had been totally blind 11 years Two Eloping Coupler HEKDEBSOJT Ky Oct 29 Wm and Miss Margaret R Wigal and Miss Lizzie Delvin all of this city eloped to Evansville where there were married Crap Game Cause a Shooting LEXINGTON Ky Oct man named Quinn a discharged soldier from the 2d Kentucky volunteers shot and fatally wounded Roy Morgan Sun day afternoon The trouble between the two was over a crap game Last Two CompaatlM Oct LEXINGTON Ky The last two companies of the 3d Kentucky vol unteers were mustered out Sunday and the property of the regiment was turn the quartermasters depart ment at Camp Hamilton Must Pay a Big Sum FKANKFOBT Ky Oct court of appeals Thursday rendered a de cision in favor of Schmidt trustee in the suit of the Cumberland Ohio bondholders against the L N under which the L N must to tIle bondholders about 09000 interest and penalties the collection of which itlias been resisting I PAIXTSVHLE Ky Oct 2HIn the Paris Walker murder trial the jury failed to agree and was discharged A Queer Medicine There is a medicine whoso etors do not claim to have discovered borne hitherto unknown ingredient or that a cureall honest MeU claims tp by thee most skilled physicians t being the for and Bladder lie a Make t ot- to I he I IAn i arsenicre Unconfirmed 29The ported capture I 29A According I 28The theeProvost ton examination 29The resignation Lexington formerly Yates tobacconist APe section Wagner 31A Oct to 28The cis pay S Jury Failed to 0 lcur certtis that are bcs Kid Itis Foley I Leonard file Charges LAt pro I 1 Sec s Sirs Mastered rover t Arre Y ells seine only ladies and its s Kidney Cure r r r r re l ri s 1 Daily Papers V IJQagaziijes er 6JJjJ 0 JIII 6Jl1 mmtI + + McRoberts Drug Store Complete stock of Everything kept in a FirstClass Store School Books Tab lets Toilet Articles Handsome Stationery McRoberts Drug Store t ka I I t S Made Him Dance LEXINGTON Ky Oct 31 In C D Wilsons livery stable Second Lieut Yeaman of Company H 3d Kentucky who it is alleged was intoxicated tried to induce Capt Butts a member of Gen Wileys staff who was in the table to dance Butts refused and Yeaman drew a pistol and shot at his feet The bullet went wild lodging in the floor Yeaman was arrested New R ad Corporation FRANKFORT Ky Oct 31 The Ellis ton Station and Gallatin County Line Turnpike Road Co of Gallatin coun ty has filed articles of incorporation in the office of the secretary of state The capital stock of the company is fixed at 3000 The incorporators are Henry McMillan G W Conley and J Brashears all of Gallatin county FKAXKFORT Ky Nov 1 The State Liquor league of Louis ville which is to have branch leagues in other towns of the state filed ar ticles of incorporation Monday The expressed object of the corporation is protection of the retail liquor men Will He Gven a Banquet Loui8VirLKKyOct Ladies Auxilary club of the Commercial club decided Thursday afternoon to give the Louisville legion a banquet on its return from Porto Rico Kentucky Post Offices Discontinued WASHINGTON Nov l Thc post at Holmes Franklin county Ky has been discontinued Mail to Peaks Mill Also the one at Knox county Mail to Bowen New K niuo y Postmasters WASHINGTON Nov 1 The following fourthclass postmasters for Kentucky were appointed Monday Botland Nel son county Geo R Holt Normal Wm Galliher President Gray Dead CORBIN KyOct 31 Benjamin Gray of the West Point Coal Co at Grays died Sunday He had been seriously sick only a few days Lar Purchase of Tobacco RICHMOND Ky Oct 31 R N Beas ley tobacco magnate of Paint this county has bought of various ties 100000 pounds of tobacco at five to six cents Soldiers Shot by an Unknown Party LEXINGTON Ky Oct 81 Privates Lents Peech and Ed Swadley of the 2d Missouri were shot and wounded with buckshot while on a farm near Camp Hamilton Friday night Only the wounds of the first named are serious The men claim they were going to call on young ladies when they were shot by an unknown party Civil Service Examination at WASHINGTON Nov To establish an eligible register in the grade of ondclass engineer in the custodian service at Louisville Ky the civil service commission win hold an exam ination on December 1 The salary 780 a year Teu Year for Charles Woods PRINCETON Ky Oct jury a verdict of ten years in tin Charles Woods murdercase after being out 52 hours Two were for a life term Comiiri4 means danger and possible it means practically no birth should be aperiod f ain and dread months before a woman becomes a mother she should for There is a tion made whichi0 intended for the alone The name of this wonderful preparation ii Mothers It liniment to be ex ternally the mus else lieves the distension gives elastici ty to every organ con in childbirth and takes all danger and suffer follow if the remedy is used whole period of It remedy of the kind world that Is endorsed by physicians drugstores or sent on receipt BOOKS COB taining iBvaluabla in allwomen win be to any ad t I e I I I Lqaor League Incorporated Kentucky 28The office Howell president morning Louisville see i 29The returned applied andre 1 eat aU of uponapplieatiOaII- MI IJooo 0 J co er p th Bounty Jells iL 1 4 C4some For others ere vis no reason its al critical ordeal reSul pregnancy is in A dent I I 1RMsIMsr C- AWNy n co car s is te q Ol4MAM CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach and Summer Complaints Price 25 Cents Uncle bena Philosophy Doan cross er bridge till yoh ter it said Uncle Eben but at same time doses sit down an spose de bridge is gwinter be dah vvaitin foh yoh ebry time wheddah yoh tens de building obit or not Wash ington It Hit The Spot When suffering from a and your throat and lungs feels sore take a dose of Foleys Honey and When the soreness T will be a tonce relieved a waim fnl feeling and 0 healing o f IT HITS the SPOT It is guaranteed ORGANIZED 1888 ITIZINS NATIONAL Bill OFULHOA8TE11T Capital Surplus Fund 91OOOOO Iff OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED i3d PromptAtt atlooGn rmnt ed President VlcePrealdem Caahiei Assistant Cashr Bookkeepe J M H16GINBOTHAM LiKWia Y LKAVKLL B F HuDion O RlONIT WALKKE DIRECTORS i M HieaiHBOTHAM LKWIS Y LIAVZU JSJOHMBOH THABMOLO a C ARNOLD JB BF HUDSOM AIJII GIBBS JJWALKXK JACOB Y ROBIHSOIC NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Wal ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com morcial Travelers f RICE BENGE BANK Stars r td Tars experienced 4thl tJ D Z493 THE NATIONAL Neural saad d super sews co tat n J CAPITAL 2M0000 OF j SURPLUS tisseocie n LANCASTER KY A BDXKNT President Jno E BTOBKXS Vice President KIHNUBD Cashier 1 0 DINKY j F ROBIHBOW Ja Assistant Caihr Bookkeeper K T EaT Asit Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Jas Spllmaa Alex B Deanr A C L Davidson JcoEStonnei R KINNAIROS Insurance Agency RepreaeaUat Over SSTOOC OQO In the following Fire Insurance Companies ef Hartford Qaeca of America Natloaml el Hartfort Paealx of Breekljg Hartford ef Hartferd Xaackegter f B laad Craaecticat tf HartftraV j Kwtk British a i Hercaamtile 6naa Leer caa ef stew Terk tl aid Lea sand CH kk New York Life Insurwct KNIGHTS Of PVTHIA3 Garrard Norsg Knights of jlPytliias Thursday Fellows hall vis ling Knights are ted V G B SWINE Bjfo iCi wY H RobIn oDt W 8 Eta LIe I alto COMPANY Lodge l i R 4 t W f Jt flr ti S Saml D Cochran R Cook represent the olIrellsblit meets every j Rt38IitiSOlf K R S- Jd- i t ge Prices to Suit Everybody Read our Prices and see what Bargains we will give you for one week only beginning Saturday Nov 5th Leverings Coffee goes at 09 cts pkg Brown Sugar 7 Bars Tom Boy Soap for 10 eta New Sorghum 28 cts gal Also received a big line ofTin and Enameled ware which will sell very Cheap So give us a call Yours For Cash BLUE GASS GROCERY CO EPHP BROWN MGR Be on the and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KIISNIARD U U 04 eta lb Pure Leaf Lard c U 06 eta lb JSafeSide111 11 Not all welldressed men are but all men dressed by HEMPHILL are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a saving of at least onethird as some com petitors prices My lines of Foreign and Domestic Woolens are all in and I can show you quality and prices that will interest youReadyToWear 650 to 1800 J CHEMPHILL comparedwith Snit All Wool at dressed by Tailormade suits to your measure 10 and 35 elsewhere Truly Yours J C HEMPHILL ETV Lillard Jno BStont Lillard Stationery taints Ztc DANVILLE KENTUCKY wearSuitS 1I J- n IOit ticll H Sotijj- NCRUCOISTS H Tspc Oils On Bond Issue To Be Held NOT S8 1898 GABRABD COUNTY COURT Called term Fiscal Court July 25th 1898 whereas the legal voters of Gar voters tile general Section held in and said county November 1895 voted in favor of the Fiscal Court acquiring and maintaining the Turnpike Koads in said and the question being submitted to them the Ic al voters of Garrard county in general election held in and for said in November 1895 therefore it is ordered and adjudged that at the regular election in and for on the tint Taesday after the first Monday in No 1898 which is on 8th of November 1898 an election shall be held shall opened at Ach voting place in each cinct in said at which all voters shall be privil to vote on you in savor of issuing bonds for the Turnpike of the county free to it ia further ordered that the Sheriff of Garrard be and he is hereby directed to advertise said and date of said ia a B CK TRACT RECORD the circala tioaia said eomatr i d also by primt E sad a 1l be legal la saidcounty sail maintainanee of the 01 g tb fm fore b Yl8C the t 1 J l c fan is for edged roads object at least selection arty t fst- N 1 sN i ed hand bills posted up in no less than House door for at least days next before date of said election It is urther ordered tint if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of said bond then the Jfiscal Court will in to said vote and under the stat utes relating to this subject issue the purpose ofacquiring and maintain ing roads and to be issued upon such terms as to time of payment and payments of interest sale of bonds as the Court in its discretion deem best but tie bonds are not to be sold for less than theirpar or bear interest at a greater rate 6 per ct an numfrcm date o issue until paid and are not to extend beyond 30 The clerk of the County and Fiscal is hereby to certifv a of order to the Sheriff of Garrard on or before the 1st day of August 1808 Atfc J M Duncan Clerk Pursuant to the order of the Garrard couaty Fiscal wart which is made part of this notice am eleetioa will be polls opened at all the regular votta places in Garrard coaa at the next election which will be held November 8 1898 which election in all respects will be held ia accordance general election laws of K kyJR a O C I r precinct thirtyfive Garrard JudgeA ad obedience 1 tc a w r s 4 DutckssTrouser 1 DptoDate The past record of this great make of goods has proved their durability of wear and perfection of fit while the accompanying illustration taken from a window display of one of the many great establish ments who use the Dut chess proves the actual test of strength every garment is guaranteed to possessEvery pair sold under the Dutchess guarantee The most simple and yet strong BLSl IN THE WORLD i RY A PAIR anymake Ua You Know What has caused so many ladies to be in town this week Why they heard of those pretty STYLISH HATS just received AT Noel mmand all wanted to see them New Goods Day Come and see us We take pleasure in showing goods Phone 85 Eves t l r t CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY November 4 1898 o coeo oc coo o fr cKKi PERSONAL I oeoo ocio coiM Mrs Martha Leavel is visiting rela tives in Richmond Mr Ira G Taylor a Cincinnati durm r was here Tuesday Mrs J C Robinson has returned from a visit to Somerset Mr Jno M Logan has returned from a business trip to the cities Miss Nannee Harris has been visit ng relatives near McCreary Dr Nichols of Paint Lick visited friends in Lancaster Saturday Rev II N Faulconer wife were at home last week for a few days Miss Julia Mae Gains is visiting her friend Miss Rose Turley in Richmond Mr IL A B Marksbury has return ed from a business trip to Harrodsburg E W Morrow the optician made a business trip to Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Sarah Comleys of Lexington is the guest of her Miss Jane Hopp r The little daughter of Mr Thos Mil ler is quite ill sttis residence on Dan ville street Mr Casey Owsley will leave next week for Lexington where he will practice law Mrs Mary Jane Withers of Fort Worth Texas is visiting relatives in this vicinity Mrs Martha Arnold of Lincoln has been visiting Mrs Nannie Danville Ave Sweeney Mr has returned from Cincinnati and reports the cattle market brisk Mr Walter Hyatt who is now in the U S Navy has been visiting friend here few days Lewis Walker accompanied Con pressman G M Davison to Mt Ver non aid other towns Mr and Mrs H M Smith ani children of Somerset are guests of Mrs Geo R Hardin Miss Carrie Woods has returned to Berea aster a visit to Misses Mae Hughes and Mary Miller Mri and Mrs Jack Dunn visited her WE INVITE all of our friends and pat rons to call and make AN INSPECTION of our stock We took es pedal pains to select only the HANDSOMEST HATS and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets MillBailie TiUatt L01 ant neece i Arnoldon fo a JIll I t 1 e i I I I 1 i J l l l I ran I I I X 1Y r N uncle Mrs Henley Hutchinson Crab Orchard this week Vote for the bonds Mr and Mrs Robert Emhry have ngum until January 1st Herbet Kinnaird Fr nk and lien were visitors ia Richmond Monday Miss Louise KiufTman of Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Emma Kauffman Mr Fred P Frisby has a position in Thompsons jewelry store wh re he will be pleased to see his friendsMrs Jenne Miller and Mrs Mattie Mry Yeager of Lancaster were vist Ing at M J Millers last week Mt Vernon Signal Mr J F Adams has about recovi ed frcm his recent illness of typhi d fever and wiil be out in a few days so his physician Dr Acton tells us Messrs Eujhes AldriJlge Al Burn side Joe Gainer Harry Robinson and Will Walker have returned home their company having been mustered out P W Gastineau and wife of Mid dlesboro are spending a few days with relatives in and around Lancaster They were marries last week in the Magic City Judge Jno Goodloe of Richmond Mr Jim Craig Danville and Rev W O Goodloe of Harrodsburg1 were en tertained at dinner Tuesday by Mrs D M Lackey Our prettyand accomplished young correspondent at Marksbury Miss Sadie Viola has we are glad to note recovered from her recent vre illness Vote for the bonds Mrs E L Owsley has rente 1 her farm to Mr Alex West for next year Mrs Owsjey leaves next week for Hen dersonville N C to reside wth her sin Will whose health is better snce going south Mr F J Conn Quartermaster of he 2nd Volunteers is at home with his foks on a sckf uriough of days He was bitten on the left elbow by a tarantula some months ago and that with a bone felon on the thumb of the same hand has given him considerable trouble Mr and MM George White of Whites Station Madison county were in the city to lay with their baby boys en route home from Point Burh side Mrs White was the beautiful Miss Jeannie Faulkner daughter of the dote John K Faulkner of Gar rard and granddaughter of General Faulkner of martial fame Lexing ton Argonaut The Bet A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Balm and bound on to the affected parts is to any plaster When trpubled with a pain in the chest or side or a lame back give it a trial You certain to be more than pleased with prompt relief which it affords Pain Balm is also certain care for rheu matism For sale by B E McRpb erts at rented Fis es resilellce on Ltx Mel s Herndon accepted Aldride se- 3 sup ior r Mrs Ave Mark bury Louisiana two Plaster Pain are the 1tr f- n THE PEACE COMMISSION That it is best for the Men Boys and Children to Buy their Clothing of Us Prosperity to All who Deal With is as we give Good Value and Save Money for the People One Low Price to All All our goods are the best THE GLOBE J L Frohman Co Danville Ky r L Has Settled the tact WALLACETON Pave Wannacutt and family left on Monday ior Illinois where they ex pct to make their future home Mr John Mite e who has for sev eral weeks been confined to the hus anti yaid is now able to walk abou the place some with the o hi cane Mr Green K Gabbard Oi Bereu ha bought the tower of Aunt Rut Wylie d ctrased for SiO also from Wm Guinn 16 acres adjoining it for which he paid 400 The dedication of the Baptist church here was largely attended Sunday Rev Crouch preached an excellent ser mon after which he succeeded in pledges amounting to SlOO th amount necessary to reii ve the church of present indebtednss A C Lrh is not like a It d not have to run a crtain course Cur it quickly and effectually with One Minute Cough Cure the best remedy for all ages for the most severe ca ses e recommend it because its good At Siormes Drug Store liu Several of our vicinity attended the Sunday School held it the Glade church near Berea aturday a good meeting although the attendance was not so large as was expectedOn 12th and 13th inst will be held the Quarterly meeting at this place by Elder J S Miller Preach ing will begin Friday niht before and continue at least up to Sunday night Just before midnight last Friday James P Soper aged CO years died after intense and almost constant suf fering from heart trouble for several months Several years ago we almost of him through THE RECORD as our jolly fat man but the joint ravages of rheumatism and heart disease long since rendered that term in appropriate Mr Soper had been a member of the M E church for more than forty years and was one of the nine chartered members wlo built the Methodist church here thirtytwo years ago He reared a family of ten children all of whom became members of the church he helped build and nine of whom still survive him and mourn hs departure BACK CREEK The people of Back Creek not only want Cuba Porto Rico Philippines the entire Ladrone group but we want a coaling station in Spain The patent churn excitement has about diced out next in order is the man with the gold brick We heard a young lady discussing the methols of the new dentist at Lan caster and she said they air No comments necessary We attended church a few nights ago and heard an excellent sermon on how we could iie contented but what we want to know of this man is how to live contented We hear more talk of securing the services of that envnent turnpikian and clever gentleman Cot Dooley as supervisor on our pike for the coming year Mrs John Traylor and daughter Polly were visiting relatives here la t week Mrs A M Doty has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at Glasgow Miss Nettie after an absence weeks has resumed her School duties at Walkers school house Diphtheria having disappeared from Pretty soon the merry chuckel of the movers wagon will be heard in the land Many a household is saddened by death because of the failure to keep hand a safe and for as the One Minute bnghCnre See ttat your itlle protected agair it emergency At Storm 1m Convection andreport invariablyspoke uSed victimized Patrick of some openher on care croupsuch DrugStore securing fever ant VI Parks absolute certain ones are T t ya STONE Mrs Rebecca Scutt of Little Iluk maa is visiting reletives and riend here and at Mt Hebron and protracted meeting which is 11 irogress C S Saunders and sister Mattie attemle prea ln g t Gunns nap l and vi tod Miss Myrtle Kay Msnday Se ri of the young folks om hers utieiitUd preaching at M vbron fcun ity Aliss Bsrtna Hair 01 Hick uai viite 1 Miss Heilr Allen Saturday night hUll Sunday li P Alien has returned hone from Lexington where ne had been in ior some time Constipation prevents the holy from ridding itself of waste matter De Witts Little Early Risers will remove the troube and cure Headache iiUiousness Inaenw Liver and clear toe Comp exiMi Small s iuar con d Stone oil a uo m ur firt boi load o coal lundeJ t vening you want any Cual all you have o is to let them it or il you vu i to s ip your wiii tt or tuba jut i town and i it on day Sr huiu malting thr Ui with in this coma unity Mr Clayton iu s Eva Dennis were married at the home of the brides parents Oct 0 Rev Wills of HarrodsLurg officiating the ceremony an elegant supper was served and the couple attended preaching at Mt Hebron then return ed to the brides parents home to pead the night Shortly after they returned they were startled by a com pany of twenty men led by B F Al len of Lexington who had just arriv ed in the vicinity that afternoon The rattling of old tin buckets and cow bells were heard for miles after the serenade the company was invited in and refreshments were served after which they wished the couple a long and happy life they departed and went quietly to their homes are Dangerous Many of our friends or people whom you know of have contracted consump tion pneumonia or other fatal diseases of a simple cold or cough Foleys Honey and safe sure and pleasant cough medicine would have saved them It is guaranteed MARKSBURY Mrs Margaret Sutton is quite sick at this writing Mr N H Bogie and wife visited friends in Lexington last week Mrs Edmund Sutton is quite M with typhoid fever Miss Mollie Myers of Stanford yisited Mrs Jack Kemper and other friends here last week Mr Sam Hughes wife and children of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr N H Bogie and Mr Mike Kennedy and wife of Crab Orchard returned home Monday several weeks at the bedside of their mothe Mrs T K Sutton C A Robinson sold a nice lot of shoats to Hiram Collier at per W P Tuggle sold 11 head of cattle B F and C A Robinson at 3 l2c pound Rev W M Kuykendall returned Saturday from Gilead where he held k Ttry meeting gj Thomas Barker is remodeling his residence and adding a great deal to appearance Overcome evil with good coughs and colds with One Min Cough Cure It is so good children for it It croup bronchitis grippe and all throat and diseases At Stbrmes Drug 1m Mrs F K Sutton died at her home tear Oct 28 after several weeks suffering After services by Revs W M Kuy 7vai24 ttt attending- the Lithe wn gii e v C Du StJI fat i Friday know huts r upmost eVer is about Humphreyanu I byneglect Tara wife after 315 hundred to per its your ute cry pneumonia Jung s Store s i Ii r business Sick S n u- Sturme cu- ban sea After Delay success ul Overcome cures intense appropriate i w M k ndall and T II Campbell her re mains were lain to rest in the family lot at the Lancaster cemetery She was a kind anti loving wife and and will be greatly missed in her church and community he family base the sympathy of the entire community Vote for this bonds RKKFIOX New Zualau Nor 2 90 i am very pieced to state that sice 1 took the agency of Chamberlains medicines the sale nas very larg m re especially of the Cough Remedy In two l rfave to d more of ths particu ir remedy than of al other makes for the previous five years As to its t ffieucy I have been informed by scores f persons of the guoJ results they have received arum it and know ts value rom the u e of it in h n i I i pi SUM to tuk Mil i tiivu t p co toe W y i n r c i f me children E J CAATIKBUKY For sal by R E Mc sari 1m 8RYANTSVILLE Vote the bonds M v May Filger and Miss Mirv we e the guests of Doker SOt Mrs Dr enmnvs 01 Cmi Ned ooi s n re i os here Miss Georgic Dunn vismd rs Ariistronjr Sunday Mr Milton Elliott of Crab Orchard visited his brother Dr Saturday and Sunday Mr tom Nooe and wie are delighted at the arrival of a little daughter at their house Nathan Noe of this vicinity has concluded to locate in Lexingtor Mrs Dave Dunn is very low at this writing Joe Ison of Lower Garrard who has been very sick with fever is not expected to recover We are glad to learn that Mr Ike Montgomery is out again The friends and rcquaintances of Mr Tom Adams will be glad to learn that he has bought a half interest C Beckers store and will take pos session the first of January Vote for the bonds Our town continues to improve C C Becker is making arrangements to enlarge his store room J S Easel Catarrh is one of the most obstinate diseases and hence the most rid of sprays washes and inhaling mixtures the world can no permanent effect whatever upon it Spe cific cures permanently is the remedy can the disease force it from the blood Mr B P McAllister ofHarrodsburg had Catarrh for I could see no Improvement whatever though I was with sprays B and washes and ent inhaling remedies in feel that each winter I than the previous Finally was Catarrh disease and after over the matter Isaw Itwas unreasonable decided to try 8 8 after a few bottles used I a perceptible Improvement Continuing the was system and a complete cure was the result all dreadful disease to abandon their local treatment whichhasnevex done them any good and take 88 8 a that can disease and cure Catarrh is tocontinue to suffer Swifts is a real blood remedy and cures obstinate which other remedies have no effect whatever upon It promptly reaches Catarrh never to cure even the most aggravated cases Purely end is the guaranteed to contain no free by Swift Specific Atlanta f New Zealand myown s batty nor Mr v s EllI- ott in- C FoulSmellingCatarrh difficult- to get itThe t wasworse ailthink- ing to expect to be cured remedies which reached the surface I 8 an noticed treatment for SSSYtBloodis V table dangerous tl i t tr3 0 r mother bereaved Frown bin years laughter that S oni then were remedy it- o continue the wrong Y Finest Line of FffifC Ever shown in Centra Ken tucky at Prices Lower than you can purchase elsewhere Boys Suits Guaranteed to Wear Childrens Suits Fi ner and Better than ever shown Free Toll and Feed MANHATTAN SHIRTS BEST MADE STETSON HATS NOBBIEST MADE BEST PANTS ON EARTH Try a pair and you will buy no others Suits Gleaned and Pressed Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 136 Free to our customers Suits aUQ Overca h Stacy AdaIll Mades Shoes Best is havintr the iuUnor o lii sulilti shop p ti i d i when coinptt be among the nicest in ti part o tti county J X Dunn will also have his s ore room painted- In 18 7 Mr Thomas Melntsh of lentown Tenn hid an attack o i s eatery which became ohrnif l w Incited y rhe btrsi puysici us ii a ennesse wuiom st cure ne s a Paalh 1 tried iambrliis CY1 e CruiltTi all DiiirrlnHa UnuMy A ter using a Lou tw I cured sound lid woh Fo sale by R E MuUuberts im V for Ic bonds will be a new telephone line running through our town from Danville to Nicholasviile in the near uture taaproinicetl mating at Mt i stitt ia Dr Par o Iiili ni filial t puipit M u odis church here last Sunday Vote for toe bonds BiJ Allen will fill his regular ap poiut neat t Piea4 int iJrove Sunday A Sure Sign of Croup Hoarseness in a child thaljs suljc to croup is a sure indication oi the ap p ouch of the disease If Cough Remedy is given as soon as the chill hoc ones or even the eroupy cough has appear d it will prevail the tta k Many mot ers who have children always keep this remedy at hand and find tha pleasant to take For sale by R McRoberts Farm for Sale I will sell my hum containing seventysix acres privately and on easy terms The land lies about 4 miles east of Bryantsville is easily reached and in good state of cultivation House contains four rooms and has nil nec essary outbuildings There Is a good orchard and never failing water The place Is under good fence For further Information call on or address Mrs J M Scrivner- 10MW Bourne Ky Dr R BnldstEin of No 541 Fourth ave Louisville Ky will ha at Masrm Hotel Lancast er Ky Monday Nov 28 1898 Returning one day each month Eyes examined and laisjs S2i3nttficil ly ad usted d WI A v WitS We have ben informed that there Heron Chamberlain harse croupy worryItIt lm on l sn tOtS pr grass at the N after M STERLIN Gl SILVERn In articles suitable for Wed ling Presents Tea Table Dessert Spoons andAlso Berry and alad Spoons Cream an I Grayy Ladles ButterKnives the highest grade only carried Exquisite Cut Glass in New Cuttings C N McDONNELL Jeweler and Optician Danville Kentucky K p arks s W H LACKEY Sawaasor to Lackey Gulley FirstClas iiminuiiHANDSOME TURNOUTS k REASONABLE PRICES SPKCIAL ATTENTION TO Trained Nurses The service of Nnraer no have graduated from the Louisville can be Steered at the Fettle A Clay Infirmary of Richmond Kyr price 15 in cases which 39 Is charged Application for nurses should be to the of Innrmary TRAtlELtNIj MEN J A Silver Plate that Wears cc I Let us call your attention to our 1847 Rogers Bros Triple plated Knives and Forks They are made to wear and and finish can make you a very low price The knives are plated on the best of the forks on hard white nickel silver They arc guaranteed to give satisfaction to the purchaser v considering thequa1ity style steeland A full line of Spoons Sugar Shells Butter Knives etc in J847 goods always on hand Let us show them to you THOMPSON S J C No more tickets for the Baking Pan after Jan i will be given so get your number and get a pan We want BUTTER EGGS HAMS Will pay good prices for produce We are selling Fancy Groceries So tap Call and get our prices and see our goods will be glad to see you Bring your friends with you H M BALLOTJ Fruit Flowers Shade Blue Grass Nurseries Fall iaeeEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Fruit and Ornamen taU Trees Shrubs Roses Vines Small Fruits Rhubard Asparagus and all stock grown in nurseries Prices reasonable as we employ no agents Descriptive catalogue on to H F HILLENMEYFR Phone 27 Lexington Ky S Teeth filled and extracted with out palm Crown and Bridge Work a Office overT 8 Elklms meat shop In the new Thompson baildlnj W BEAZLEY t j D iNTISTspecial p iv f r b sui r J r c 1if GI0G TO SEE THE PRICES ON Cl THING BDoTS SHoS oYRCoATS DHY GOODS xJ t I r zI= Tne Burgin Mi s eng r reports he s 1 o 7OOJ buslieis of wheat at ix y five cents and 14 J export cattie av aing 1453 per cwt NJ v MII ier delivery When you ctk or De Witts Witt h llaei ajve dont accept a coaaterJci or imitation There are score cases of 1ikB being cured by this than all others combined At Storme Drug Store H The growing wheat crop from all o nts is considerably larger in area t lust year Farmers to think this more t rentable than corn or o it present and prospective prices 3ir llillenmeyer xingion nur ficrvman says o mutts rain has not in October since US5 and the likelihood is that its precipitation will not have been equaled during the past U5 yearsIf trees will frnish ties for one Toile o railway the United States would riquire ISOOOOOOJ trees 0 the most valuable timber for ties only and at least 10 per cent of this inu t be annually renewed The experiment stations long ago declared that 100 pounds of ground corn and c b meal go just as far as 100 pounds of pure crn meal the cob giv ing it more tulk and rendering it easi er of d gestlon- Cher in Mercer turkeys are selling for 5 a pound Ihe Democrat says there are a great many in the county considering the amount of rainy weather which is very detrimen tal to young turkeys The Farmers of Mercer county have been running their wheat through fans eta and the Democrat says the weevil have been removed but the damage done bore their being can not be repaired The Harrodsburg Democrat reports sales of carload fat hogs at barrels corn at Sl25 12 butcher heif ers at 3 14c bunch of calves at per head oOO eggs shipped tc New brought lie per dozen The sooner a cough or cold is cured without harm to the sufferer the bet ter Lingering colds are dangerous Hacking cough is distressing One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures it Why suffer when such a cough cure is within reach It is pleasant to the taste At Stormes Drug Store 1m There are several advantages in fall planting of trees They become estab lisped and make a start in the spring before the ground is hard enough of spring planting This early start means a better growth for the first season and trees which get an early hold upon th soil endure the drouths of midsummer much better than trees planted in the spring A Kansas hograiser in giving his experience in feeding hogs says that five acres of sweet potatous will fat ten more hogs than twentyfive acres of corn He had sixty hogs that would yield him 18000 pounds of pork and he estimates the cost of their feed at not more than 2G in actual cash for rF iD lbs atst75 crp the f tHen 310 5 10 Yorkwhich w oaso8 STUCK tiIfit7 41 vso ao ooovroroo cowavovaorvv ac- c San seem cuts discovered dorm tallow J o nd o in r expenses in his pts to field lie also that this foot i pints a flavor to the meat that far A little v ok in the fall in an old orchard may make it the source of much profit If it has been in grass a good while and not manured plow it and prune the trees well and before severe weather sets in apply an abun dint coat of manure scattering it the ir cs as fIr out as the branch es extend Dig up the tree and if the earth is cartad away from where a tree grew ant fresh soil supplied tree may be successfully planted thereFrom market quotations it seems that the sheep breeder has at last that his dream has cone true better prices for both wool anti mutton Lambs in Chicago nurket are continu ally raising in price and wool remains steady Farmers can afford to breed wool is worth IS cents and j lambs 0 50 J hen again are v ry profitable to have on the farm A farmer with a flock of sheeu will al have clean fence corners and hi laud well fertilized And shevp art always saleable Mr Louis Juseph buyer for Schwartz child and who has his head quares in this city has purchased 5 r30 export cattle in Kentucky this sea son List week he bought 1200 Those whom he has purchased are 130 extra heifers from J E Clay of Bour bon 94 heavy cattle at 4 75 from Col Stones estate of Bourbon county ISO at S45Ja47o 17 from Harry Holt of Bourbon at 4 75 IS from KateJWor nail of Bourbon at 475 39 from lli ey House of Nicholasville 17 5 from Parrish Douglas of Richmond at 5475 43 from Dr Willis of Clark at 4 53 and 103 from W Pace of Clark at 4C3a4 70 Lexington Press criptSoaking healing cleansing Ds Witta Witch Hazel Salve is the impla cable enemy of sores burns and wounds It never falls to cure Piles You may rely upon it At Stormes Drug Store 1m WASTED Two good brood sows R E JJuxKY FOR CDO lb steers 10 T M and V McC John ton sep30 FOR splendid gentleman wheel price 12 or will trade for a horse cowmule or hogs 11 E Henry CITY PflorKirry Foil RENT home on Lexington street between and Judge Full on application to Fisher Herring Mrs Susan Fisher tf FOR SALE A nice jersey cow will be7yearsold in the spring has had live calves and has not been dry since first calf she is giving 2K gallons of milk a day gentle can lead her any where will be fresh in FebuaryIt FOR farm consisting of 100 acres of good hemp land Farm lies miles east of Lancaster on the Hyattsville and Kirksville turn pike Also 21 acres on same of Hyattsville For information call on R E Henry of THE RECORD ofiice J f dour surpasses that of corn fr the animals I sheepwhen ways Sulz erg from rans BUSt N ESSceo 0 O o 0 0 SALEForty SALEA particulars SALEA in- sIght clans under another real zd 4 Sheep 8 1 00380800d00d0440044Q8008 50044 o00d044od00400oC a Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at G S GhAIITEISIt fully Warranted and Excels allothers All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand 1 i 0 t FLATWOOD John Ureedlove soll a to Tom Leave of color for John U It wan and wife of county spent sevrril d tvs week with Geo Elam and family Dr U u ben Farris and family have in this vicinity W II Furl and attended the dedication at church Sunday Mrs Grayson is on the sick list but is better at this Late to bed and early to rise pre pares a man for his home in the skits Hut early to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser At Stormes Drug Stoiv 1m FKAXKFOUT Ky Nov cases of the American national bank and several other banks and trust com panies against the Kentucky state board of valuation will be heard in Cincinnati on Thursday next in the United States circuit court The banks are seeking a reduction of 50 per cent on the assessment of their corporate property The decision of this case is of considerable importance and will be hotly contested in the federal courts Shot Ilimsflf In the Ilrad LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 2 Frank Fos ter one of the best known young men about the falls cities committed sui cide by shooting himself in the head at his home 1 52 Second street Wednes day morning He was attached to the United States quartermasters depot at Jeffersonville lIe was active mem her of the Red Men and Knights of Pythias Despondency following heavy drinking is given as the motive for the deed taut the Troops to Idmain LEXINGTON Ky Nov 2 Mayor I JJ Simrall Internal Revenue Collector Sam J Roberts Messrs M C Alford W J Loughbridge and Leonard G Cox constituting a committee to urge the retention of troops here left for Washington Tuesday morning to see President McKinley and Secretary Al ger The committee has about 10000 contributed by citizens for the purpose of erecting barracks for the soldiers Cox Succeeds Swearingcr LOUISVILLE Nov a meet ing of the directors of the Union na tional bank Tuesday afternoon Mr George W Swearinger tendered his resignation as president Mr Luke O Cox cashier was elected to the presi dency and Mr A R White assistant cashier was made cashier Failing health caused Mr Swearinger to retire Shot Ills Stepdaughter VERSAILLES Ky Nov 2 Will Ross colored Tuesday and perhaps fa tally wounded his stepdaughter Mar garet Ray Ross it is alleged drove the girl from home by his cruelty Her refusal to return home caused Ross to commit the act Ross is in jail The colored people are indignant and may lynch Ross Hospital Train Leaves Lexington for Ft Thomas LEXIXGTOX Ky Nov 2 A hospital train left Camp Hamilton Wednesday afternoon for Fort Thomas Ky with 117 convalescent patients from various regiments There are 279 patients still in the hospital here There have been 43 deaths out of the 2400 patients Gocbrl Case Subintttid FRANKFORT Ky Nov case testing the constitutionality of the Goebel election law was submitted in the court of appeals Tuesday all of the briefs being in Senator Gcebel did not file a brief John W Ray filed the only brief presented by the democrats Luc Whisky Tax LAWREXCKIIURG Ky Nov 2 Staitfp Deputy C W Petty reports the col lections on whisky at the burg office for the month of October to be S1514917b which is an increase of more than 50000 over the same month of last year j A Hotel Failure at PARIS Ky Nov 2 Jas Conner proprietor of the Hotel Fordham this city has through his attorney Dennis Dundon filed a petition in bankruptcy Liabilities and assets small Lexing ton people are the principal creditors plIHf cares Djspep VI y fii Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts I hIts I J lest Wallaceton writing liinH1cy Irani CR 2The a Ky 2At hot 2The Lawrence a t Etil lcc ted wife Paris NUBIAN TEA ea No 4t is not claimed Foleys Honey and Tar will CONSUMPTION or ASTHMA in ad vanced stages it holds outno such false hopes but truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure DOES tha cur Pl3ttfrl curt 3 Cuts Burns Bruises Kheu niatism and Sores Price 25 cent IN LETCHLR COUNTY A Pulse or liivciiiie Oliicrrs Have a Fierce liS lit V i ill 31 xniihiufrs Oae Shuts LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 2 A posse cif revenue officers led by Revenue Agent Gates and Special Deputy W W of this city had a desperate battle with moonshiners in the Cumberland mountains Sunday afternoon About one hundred shots were fired by each side but the only damage done so far as known was the killing of a mule and two horses and a scratch made by a bullet on Mr Gates nose The posse was out all last week and captured and 12 stills The last raid was planned for Sunday afternoon It was to be made on a still in Letcher coun ty about a mile from the Virginia line The road wound through a wild hilly country thick with underbrush and offering every opportunity for ambush and it was in this engagement that Mr Gates was shot in the nose FIRE AT MIDDLESBORO Thirteen Houses Destroyed and S xtcen Families Keiidered Homeless Tho Loss is Heavy Ky Nov 2 Thirteen Louses were swept and 10 families renJered homeless a disastrous fire on Schrewsburg avenue Wednesday morning The loss falls on Manches ter Building Co of Manchester Eng but is covered by insurance in foreign companies IN UNCLE SAMS CLUTCHES Charles C Moore and Jane HngheR Pub lishers of the Ulue Grass by a V S Marshal LEXINGTON Ky Oct 31 Charles C Moore and James Hughes publishers of the Blue Grass Ulade infidel and free love weekly were arrested Satur day by a United States marshal for sending obscene matter through the mails The article that caused this at rest was published October 1897 and was a most undisguised plea for free love Moore and Hughes were indicted in the United States court at where the Blade was temporarily published and will be taken before Judge Barr at Louisville A Cutting at HenUerso Ky Oct 28 Charles White and Guy Hppegood two quarreled on the street morning over a debt of 82 White usked Hopegood for the money Hope good whipped out his knife and almost severed Whites head from his The wounded man walked three tquureS to a physician the blood streaming from a gash to at every step creating quite a lion tin the streets At this White has only a short time to live the physicians Hopegood made his escape across the river Officers are after him A Case Out of tilt Usual Order Ky Oct 81 Ada Smith colored has brought suit here against the L N for 2000 damages for allowing a white man in the corn partmeht of a car set apart for colored and there using offensive and vulgar language Two or three similar suits which have been heretofore brought in this county have been against the railroad and are now pending in the court of appeals K C Branch Mixed Passgr x 3524 y 12a9A1i I L Anderson destroyed lllmUS Ono by Blade Arrested Cincinnati IIExnnn Negroes Thursday shoulder the pavement I decided Southbnd Mixed passes glq P II P CUBAN Hundred Fired away sox sett LtrutHTUTOwx people Lancaster IlS sNt rh bad North bnd south bnd lb i S saY tt s f Going to Cuba FRANKFORT Ky Oct 26 Capt T W Brewer of Company M 3d tacky infantry who is here on leave visiting his family has been notified by Col Smith commander of the to arrange his personal affairs immediately and return to camp as the regiment will likely move the next few days preparatory to for Havana Give your Stomach Rest ELECTRDPDISE The trouble with most sick people Is that In their anxiety to get well they try first this nos trum then that until the poor stomach rebels and calls a halt Theres a better way What the body needs Is oxygen The Electropoise is simply an instrument which when applied to the ankle or wrist for a short period each day polarizes the body and it to take on oxygen more freely The Electropoise cures without medicine One instrument lasts a lifetime Send for book and read what noted people say about the Electropoise Miss CLARA BARTONS LETTER CONSTANTINOPLE February 21 1896 Dear Sirs When in London the other day 1 received two packages from the United States embossy each containing ou Electropoise today received your kind letter Please al low me to thank you heartily and gratefully for the splendid little machines As you I am not an entire stranger to the virtues of the Electropoise and will take great pleasure iu passing your offering to afllicted humanity Very sincerely yours CLARA BARTON DuBOIS WEBB 513 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky PUBLIC SALE Wednesday Nov 9th 98 At halfpast 9 oclock we will sell at auction at the S O liaughman place on the new Lancaster pike six miles from Danville the following live stock implements etc namely Four standardbred trotting mares two work horses 16 12 hands high two work mules five young mules two and three years old one BAY SADDLE STALLION by On Time 1st dam Lady Morgan and six other good saddle and harness mares and fillies one gelding one yearling Jack and Jenne eight cows Jersey four giving three Binder one Disc Harrow one four horse Scraper one Riding Cultivator and Harrow sear bee hives etc BAUGHMAN BROS nov4 98 YDU Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PUHCHMC TICKETS VIA THC I LOUISVILUC NAVHVUU H R I AM SCCUHS The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates rffUKtvvt Rates Time and all other informatioa jrifl be cheerfully furnished by 1 C P ATMORC Q P Jlir XoottVlZXS K Kent I southwithin sailing oxygenmore enables descriptive d andShorthorn fortyhogs If z orby tj regiment remember harness Q r 5 OF LEXINGTON KY Over 11500000 Paid in Maturities Over 4000000 Reserve and Surplus The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898 PafdRevClimax PrintingCo Richmond Ky 950 20CM J H Baker Lexingtog Ky 1050 J Baker Lexington Ky 1050 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va lOiO Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 22 Newport Vews Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 22 M J Forston Paris Ky 950 2006 Hattic Jacobs Cincinnati 0 850 1744 2006ELouisville Ky 85o 1741 P H Norton Lexingiou Ky 950 500G Norton Lexington Ky 950 2o06 Mrs A T Million Richraon Ky 850 1744 F II Norton Lexington Ky 950 2006 Robert Hoeflich MaysvilleKy 850 1744 Mrs Emma L Latta Lexington Ky 850 1744 C and Martha Diggs Lexington Ky 750 J500B ASpangler Louisville Ky 750 1500 Gladys Huffman Butte Mont 750 1500 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 850 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 850 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 850 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky s O 1744 A J Wintersmith Paducah Ky 750 1500 B L Eggleston Lexingtin Ky 7 0 1500 Mary K Fadden Lexington Ky 650 12JS7 F M Drake Grand Rapids Mich 6W Mrs L Z Taylor Richmond Ky C o B R Gray Newport News Va 6J 0 1257 Mary A Warren Lexington Ky 6J30 Helen Ky 650 Otto welder McArthur0 Daniel Boone Club Richmond Ky 600 12 Daniel Roone Club Richmond Ky 650 125 Newland Jones Richmond Ky 6 0 V F White Estate Lexington Ky 5350 14400 Good Co Lexington Ky 5050 14400 W F White Estate Lexington Ky 5050 14400 Annie P Peay Lexington Ky c X 13200 A L Marschall Lexington Ky 4550 12900V D Finch Danville Ky 4950 14100 John L Fischer Louisville 14100 D B Good Lexington Ky 1950 14100 V N Gardner Lexington Ky 4850 IKIYI Mrs Jennie Fesler Cincinnati O 40 0 i 12600Baptist 11700RO R Marshall Lexington Ky 4650 13200 Louisville Ky 2275 6J50Good Lexington Ky 4550 12900 W B Anderson and wife Lexington Ky 4450 12600 12600F12600Dr12000GLexington Ky 4250 12000 Lexington Ky 4150 11700 Owens Lexington Ky 42j j 12000 F C Smith La Grunge Ky iHfiO 11700 ValenteSentHey Lexington Ky 4i5b 11700 Mis Armstrong Lexington Ky 11700 Total 166825 441540 Profit Over Cost v 2747J5 A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary For particulars call J C Iceal apt Lancaster Ky ISonth rn lntnal Inv tm nt Co1 225 C D Doll FII t 1741Howard 1257 1257 1257 lIcElrllth Carrol ton 157E 650 1257 1257 Ky49iiO C Nichols D B A l1 Newton J D Purcell Mrs Sallie J D 0 on Hem hill 2S 225 57 t 1v a 4I 1 Skin DiseasesFor the speedy and permanent cure of without an equal It relieves the and smarting almost instantly and use effects a permanent cure cures itch itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands sore eyes and granulated lids forhorsesand vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by- REMcRobert3 Druggist Lancaster SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF xMiv YORK Robinson HamOtDJgts Office over Post Office LAxcAsrKB KKKTUCKT Bring us your Job Printing Chamberlainsitch- ing Italso FIRE aad LIFI IiSIJRANCI r a st W C SLIMER JOHN HOSHAL SLIMEE HOSHAL LIVE STOCK SALESMEN UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O OUR COMMISSION CHARGES ARE 300 CAB FOR HOGS 10 PER CAR FOR CATTItE Reference Western German Bank Cincinna tiO ALL llOMEM- j Slioull knot r Ui I PER tea V1d71rue Reiedy r t I t iiY bow D Is the best Me irregularities In FemuleOrrmris ii ti r Life and Cirwrjrfj JlttUr2 OU Tine Liivo sUx il Uia est for twenty years lade only by New lane O CktUtio v Tennessee Forsaigby E McRobertsLancate tI for P TroMI aI for flolnfe be ore Rnuc petlCfr B c Car cra ut ics kt ys