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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, December 2, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 cen1898120201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, December 2, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 $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. 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CAVITY EM v BAMMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancas ef Ky IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER Fine shoes at s Fresh Oysters daily at GiinesV 01 Dress Goods at J Jo sephs Put up the lamps to the depot Bro Councilmen Tn ih resh Kandy Kitche apples at G Goo l a dle D Weoley sale Drh nuv lliii Large line of Dinner Sits and Cham ber Sets just received J S Gaines Night poict men Petty has certainly stopped the midnight prow ers and howlers lie should chromo New Cheap and Up tciate Stormes Drug Store Money to Loan For building purposes or on well improved Real Estate Tetras easy C llemphilL Jim Buck Policeman Petty located Jim Buck Battle Row the other day and hustled him bahind the bars Jim Buck is wanted in Jessamine for horse stealing I you call for Potts Fiour at the leading and they havent got it rr tel direct from H C PittsB ck Ky Vasfnn in town d ih lU21lm Po t i he r nf t i Girrir I County Bible Society which wits irrtn gel for last Sunday night was postponed un til rext Suhdiy night It will bi held in the Christian church beginning promptly at seven oclock arc cordially invited and requested to ba present Stricken by Paralysis The many friends of Miss Julia Reid will greatly regret to learn she was stricken by paralysis last week She had been suffering for ssyeral day but supposed the pain came from rheu matism SUe is still unable to walk but the physician says there is strong probability recovery Joseph Elegantline the Faucy slur o honks J I Jail B on Notice andall c soot eudyat Pc4c t s GLudo taa a Gaines J br given iughmau grocers ned For Joe Haselde Sivral cases o too much booze Monday Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs t J A Beazley Co I Fif ac irons and Cur enS fr n ui l c i ap at V 1 wo a i to your taia and dyeing Mrs Ophlia Dunn bion ing to Vico Leavel a day or so ago OiOOk- sExnmine the beautiffi New line of 25ts Hooks at Stormes Drug Stoie Se Morrow McRoberts aregoods day FoBSALE Forty GJO lb steer 10 heifers T M and W McC John ton I have a few more suits that I pin make to your measure for 1000 J C HemphilL I have just received a special line of samples from The Royal Tailors of Chicago fresh from the mills and they beauties Call and see them J C HemphSll We are now offering buggies phae tons surreys road wago is anl hat ness cheaper than in Central Kentu ky in order to make room for our large stock f spring vehicles No trouble to show gools Come in Mon dy W J ROMANS Carriage CoX Moved to Town Mr Iihrt A Stone and family move i to town aid ecu pv the W K S property on York street Mr Stone will sell a lot of farming i nplements etc at his ol I home next Friday the 9th To Wine and Dine The Knights of Pythias will have public installation of officers in the Court House the first meeting night in January At the conclusion of the exercises the members will give a grand banquet the place yet to be selected The lodge is in fine working trim now and anyone thinking of joining ought to do so before this big celebration for they will miss the treat if they are not members saleTypewriter D r Cur lit 1 s win he dry el two fine hors e arriving every anyone hve stoc R Raisin t tram cil and Christmas sep J0 are iu gars Lancaster gWflnlnTfWWWWIl See our New Line Neckware Silk Handkerchiefs Mufflers GREATES1MEVER SHOW iUUiil ilUll ilUiUlUiUiUiUlUiUJJ liUiUlUlUlUlUiUiUii lUiUJiiJiiiUiUiURr 3 or l J 1ff F E E 1 It 1 E I c- d I ijk I r 0 Robinson i Aff ii M ji it7t Lii t r1 e e r 4N I i rH s rairis rli- T iii tiominy and Oatflakes at T Cifjrcy Patridgca the streets for lOc apiece Every nice fresh and cheap at T Curry w he court room loafer is in his glory Nothing becomes a lady more than a pretty cloak See those at Handsome line electric at Thompsons the Jeweler j Rjra m H lid ly Opining at Thompson Jeweler tomorrow Sa urday Biggest line of i Silver ever Lancaster Mor row and i J C Thompson agent for Honaker the Florist Lexington will bii pleased to take your orderf ir cut flowers Honakers Chrysanthemums finest in the South Leave your or ders with Mr J Thompson Victoria cigar purchased at G S given a chance on a fine buggy yl and see buggy and investigate I decided to locate in and will move here with my fami ly about December 1st to pract ce my profession V BURNETT M Change Pulpits Elder J S Kendrick of Danville will exchange pulpits with Eld Gow en next Sunday preaching both morn ing and evening A should make his money much as possible The way to save money is to buy clothing dry roads boots and shoes atJ Joseph 1 he I uck oarl to i e given by J B Jennings is on exhibition at V J Romans carriage shop it and then come in and take a chance on it nov4 Engraved Calling Cards Leave orders now for all kinds of steel engraving for the holidajrv Dont use a printed or written card Yon will be called a back number Ktormes Drug Store For Sale or Rent hirteen acres of Land with resi dence and outbuildings on Dan ville street adjoining B F Hudson 1 j n J G SWKENEY Bran and ShlpstuiT 1 have on hands a fine lot of bran and shipstuff Will deliver at and 12 per ton Buy now while it is cheap JOHN H POTTS nov25 Gilberts Creek Ky Pay the Fiddler The county clerks have added on the fifty cents war tax to marriage licenses As the procuring such a frequently the beginning of hostilities there should be no kick on paying for the privilege of engaging in combat Old Time Custom Dr J L McKee said he would revive the oldtime custom of making pastor al visits and would call upon every member of the church during his en gagement in Lancaster He said this practice had been abandoned to a very large degree but he believed it one of the most important and fruitful duties of a preacher Did Not Resign We were in error last by say jaw Eld Gowen had resigned His time expires January 1st and he told the congregation if they could get an other man before that time he would leave in to tlio up his new work Mr Gowen has received calls from several excellent places but has decided to do evangelical work He will begin in Florida and hold meet ings at several points He has in many other places and it is his intention to work all over the United States Mill Property Soid Mr William Ward has bought the interest of his partner Mr Thomas Miller in the Lancaster Mills This is one of the largest plants in Central Kentucky Beside the flouring mills there is also a big planing mill which is equipped with the latest machinery We understand Mr Richard Ward will return from London and manage the business which the building up of a big trade This mill is one of the best industries the town has and our people should stand by it I tile Royal I the grade baluaf fwwtor toawa Actval tfcir farther tiunMX atkwkrw week Josephs lag fixtures the brough t6 MRob r s are the C Withevery Gaines a e D oct Itf man v- as your awa Examine c 10 document is order appointments t willinsure tests slow it pea Sell On thin this the tc ling novelties t a agents ou have Lancaster t issue improved hi est a 1 POWDER taro OWeUeori J AMiNY1NyPYrs auerie r F+ I Final and Last Notice 1VJ taxpayers The penaltyi bes on all taxes not paid by Dec 1st All persons not having 1898 tax receipts by the next issue of this paper Dec 9 will find their proprty advertised for sale for taxes This means everyone that has not paid their tax Nov 3o 1898 J B Sanders S G C Furs Wanted I will pay highest Cash price for all kinds of Furs N B OI- Enuvillm Marksbury Ky MOSEY To LOAN On real estate at 5 per cent address W S Lowwill At torney Danville Ky 111S9S G S Gaines will buy all thecorn he at a in any goods he handles s s Reduction- I will deduct 5 per cent on all sales made for next 30 days beside giving a watch or a handsome umbrella with each suit sold Considering the quali ty of and the low prices you can save money Perfect fit or no pay M D HUGUKS Agent County Court he weather was miserable Monday but a big crowd came in The report the best day they have had or many months though trading in stuei was unusually dulL A few cat tie were on the market some of which changed hands as will be seen in our stock column The street fakir was absent the old blind negro failed to appear on the corner and taken as a whole the day was remarkably quiet Another Pike Bought The Fiscal Court closed the deal with tne Ricnmond pipe people Saturd iy aud paid 15 per share for the 110 shares of stocc i he gates nave thrown open and the rod is now free to the graveling public leaves pike in the county with a toll Stanford The court has made what each member believes a fair offer but the company is holding or its figures Unless an agreement is reached pretty soon the court wil institute condemnation proceedings and the road will gj at tne figures set by disinterested parties cOurt has taken the necessary preliminary steps and will proceed to condemn the road at once Will Issue Bonds The Fiscal Court met again Satur day and resumed its deliberations over tIle bond question It was agreed to issue 33000 worth o bonds bearing 4 per cent interest payable Five thousand dollars is to be paid at en 1 of first five years and the bonds taken up at rate of one thous and dollars a year until the thirtieth year at which time four be paid The court appointed Judge Burnside and Messrs W H Kinnaird B F Hudson to negotiate the sale The bonds will be advertised in several eastern papers and as the county is free from debt and in splen did shape they will beyond all doubt bring a handsome premium Sealed bids will be asked and they are to be opened December 19th 1893 To Our Subscribers Several recent issues of TUB RECORD have been exceedingly dim and badly printed and for this we humbly beg your indulgence We have bought several hundred pounds of new body type and hope to send you a paper next time which can be read at a dis tance of five hundred yards New at tachments for our news press have also been ordered and when put in running order we will be prepared to send out a paper second to none in the state We would have made these improvements sooner but printers material costs much money and the aforesaid much money was not at our command We took this office whan it was worn almost to a frazzle anl although we had no surplus mon ey we have by rigid economy gotten it in firstclass shape mechanically Baring accidents the next issue will be printed as clean as a new pin Horrible Death One of the most terrible deaths that ever occurred in Garrard county was that of Mrs Anna Welch Farley wife of Mr Wes Farley of Bryantsyille Friday afternoon about 3 oclockMrs Farley was rendering lard out in the yard She turned her back to the and a brisk wind blew the flames so close that her dress was ignited The flames quickly enveloped her and she ran about screaming for help Mr Farley was attracted by his wifes cries and ran to her rescue He fought the flames desperately but did not succeed in extInguishing them until the woman was prostrate and had re ceived her death wounds She linger e1 in agonizing pain for several hours before death relieved the suffering Mr Farley was badly burned while fighting the flames Mrs Farley was daughter of Mrs Sallie Welch and belonged to one o the best families in the county Slie 29 years old and leaves our chil boys and two oldest about ten years of age She was a member of the Methodist church rind a lovely Christian lady There m tins were interred at Danville Sit urday 110 barrel ayable roods ibis only ne gatethe LATERThe thousandwill and fire a wasp drentwo girlsthe A caret merchants been semiannually Does more towards a table than Silver or Cut Glass Ifyou appreciate this fact and are desirous of obtain ing Table Linen of Charm ing design fine finish and excellent quality at PRICES You should visit our store and examine our line We also have a nice line of Napkins and Towels 4 j j 1 RM4RK8 LVI j LOW 1 1 i j SNOYLINEN beautifying GOODS CO TiE LOGfiV VY Circuit Court The November term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge M C Saufley on the bench and Commonwealths Attorney Owsley on hand to look after the states interests The first thing in order was the swear ng in o sheriffs and Mr Sanders ap peared with the following as deputies Wm Ward Perry Long Alex Walker and Jesse Sanders The grand jury was then empanneled and the judge in his usual forcible clear manner in formed the members what they were expected to do The petit or standing jury was then selected and all con cerned rolled their sleeves and waded into the business to be disposed of The juries are made up as follows GRAD JURY Jno W Brown T J Hatcher Joe Mullins S S Dickerman Jas Gulley O J Moberly Ben W Hughes J W Flower Ed Speaks Jno Tribble J B Parks Prather PETIT JURY Gilbert Turner W Rainey Dave Thompson J M Givens Terrill Robt Martin Erank Holtzclaw J N Hulet Robt Allen P W Spencer Robt Gulley Hiatt Stigall HA B Marksbury Logan Ison Bright Herring Albert Skinner Clel Terrill W IL herritt Wm Totten Jno Marsee- D M Lackey W T Pherigo E W Harris Geo Durham NOTES The Commonwealths docket was the first taken up and the following cases hayabeen disposed of RobtBoatley colored assault Fifty dollars fine in two cases Joe Grant colored gaming 29 fine Homer W Batson having presented his license was duly swprn in at torney at this bar Casey M Owsley of honesty probity and good demeanor and will be examined for law license at present term Sam Goodloe a negro was sent to the two years for cutting West GravesAs go to press the trial of Porter Warren is in progress It will be re membered Warren killed a negro nam ed Grant Warren on Battle Row about a year ago A trial was had last court but the jury failed to agree There are many lawyers in the and a number of speeches are to ba made A number of small Commonwealths cases have been disposed of tout of interert to the to the 1 has re turned no but the jury is hot on the trail of a number of WANTED Two carloads at highest cask market price Fresh jfgs 16 ct H BANoBTHWTTyf A I up Jas F Barlow- J at filedcertificate none understood t ctr i E r e pen case jury indictments t doers corn As a suggestion to aid ir the Saving of Money n cannot do better than men tion our line of LADIES DRESS SKIRTS Which we have marked down at Closing Out Prices They are stylishly cut and will make skirts of fashion able material of material and at prices that will interest you l excellent Christmas Greeting To every reader of extend a cordial and earnest greeting with the utmost enthusiasm tion We are enthusiastic for the rea son that the prospects of the seasou arc particularly promising for buyer and seller we are satisfied be cause anticipating an unusually large demand for holiday goods we have put in place a stock so complete so meritorious so perfect that we know we can please the purchgsing public and are equally positive that they will be pleased with themselyes with us Our stock is most attractive and embraces the latest novelties the best of goods of the reliable kind The assortment is one calculated to meet taste means aed preferences of every individual likely ro enter our store If standard merit and extensive variety go for anything they will score us a record for the present season that will see all our old customers better satis fled than ever before and new ones put on the list as friends of an estab lishment that believes in dealing hon orably and liberally with its patrons are determined to make a notable feature of the girtgiving holiday shopping perioJ and are pre pared to serve all who come promptly politely and satisfacto rily If heartwarming goods at homecheering prices have any on our customers their dealings with us this season will be eminently pleasant Every art icle we show is the best of its class every class repres ented is varied and complete You h ave only to inquire for what you wantfresh from the best and latest markets and possessing the right kind of value for right kind of price in every instance That question of price will be another loadstone to at tract trade We have two settled principles strongly in give full and exact value for every dollar spent with us and to you make that dollar go as far as it should and much farther than aay perience and care have enabled us to buy our snperb stock at the closest possible and a brisk demand same affords us an opportunity tosturn our money are more inclined than ever to one with every person who appreciates trustworthy goods when seen and reasonable prices when backed solid tangible value of the practical kindOne more word we invite to our store and we intend to make you welcome If you do not come to buy you are still expected and wanted Courteous treatment will convince you that we are here to please a sight of our admirable assortment of will educate you up to a knowledge of what is novel appropriate and class We make our bow to our cus tomers with the conviction that we practical appreciation of the same by presenting our best stock and our at the best of all best oc Holiday Seasonr of 189fc Drug Store thiswe andsatisfac bothc Cor dealing We influ nce need to have presented what you the viewto F r Exp forthe reCore youforcasionsthe tormes 1 her else rf titvis- it t 1r 1 2 I t d Lt k 1i- uuii lt UV1i1 11 hlliNWT R 11 irjkttkTaztth KgIucKy tERMP OMB Y VAK IN ADVANCE SIX MOUTHS TDRIJC J iOO 0to to 2 FRIDAY December 3 1898 SJFAiH yielded the lat important point and the n gtiations at Paris are praot cally at an end only minor re naming to be adjuste1 beore a trnty ot peace can be signed CouritfrJonrnals pscials say at Mon days joint session the missioners announced that Spain ic ccpted p oposition of the United Stats s to the Pnilippines and will ccdts the isla di ti this Government receivinjr a cash payment ot 20000000 The Spanish rep y protests against the American demun Is asarts that Spain has exhausted the resourcts of diplo H1JC7 in resisting p opos tls tint rj arJei as uaj ist confesses that S i ii resource are not hiich as to enable hr to renjw hostilities and declares that she accepts the propos als of the American Commssion in her desire to avoid bloodshed and from considerations 0 humanity and prtri olism Ihe dncumiu was bn reading and translatio o cnM5njl ss than five minute 1 u a d bt was sot mention d Spain mw t r ved th A can email fur Th cst n P to R eo siul istii l urrendir of sovereignty n Cuba h Cession of the entire J hiipp e arc pelago In return the U ittd St tes pays Sppn the sum of 2 OOJ W or the Phl ppincf but refuses to assume or to guarantee any part of the Cuban debt ANOTHER money king has gone the way suci tuieves generally wenu their way Grant CL GJlett who was pe haps the largest cattle trader m the has disappeared leaving dancing to the tuue of about two million dollars While the blame is s d led on Gileit yet there is no doubt tut that many others tire in the big taL Ttiis t ing o n m n si c cTssfully getting away larg sjms belonging to many is al bi sn T ere are b uid to be others into the r bbeiy 1 he poor devil who steals a hog is made to do tmi in a penitent ry but u gn g can incorporate steal ma y thousauus of dollars and nil right If the pfupie would r se up and harg afcwufthese s l cr itie tievet won d s o be a ch e put upon the mildly termed dol u I BITTIER who recently returned from Havana to Washington says the Ctb ins are anxious and ambitious for sei government but thinks military o c pation with be necessary for some time Gen Butler adds his as to the filth of Havana but Fa3s the Spaniards have promised to beirm work in connection with the Americans to put the city in better 10 iJition lie thinks evacuation completed ten days before the date fxed Gov BRADLEY has declined the invi tation to deliver an address of welcome to the Louisville Legion upon its He says he is forced to this by circumstances whch might render hs presence embarrassing It will be remembered the governor and CoL C istie man had a newspaper war of words previous to the Legions depar ture for Porto Rico A KANSAS girl has a legacy of 000 with whch to cultivate her voice She could save much time in this end by getting married as then the Jaily lectures given hubby would strengthen her vocal organs much more rapidly than a course in a conservatory TUE death sentence of Portwood who murdered Dick Perkins a man on his knees begging for mercy has been commuted to a life term Mrs Portwoods fear of her daughters being disgraced and the insanity dodge are said to have secured the change MANY public men at Washington that within five years Cuba will pass into the possession of the United States after having a trial at free gov ernment Soaking healing cleansing De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is the impla cable enemy of sores burns and wounds It never fails to cure Piles You may rely upon it At Stormes Drug Store 1m Work on the Kentucky The Harrodsburg Sayings says Lock No 7 at High Bridge has been and is now receiving the fin ishing touches TJe foundation of this immense wall is a stratum of lime stan four feet in thickness and left as nature fixed it The stones that have been built in the dam are perfect and large weighing1 from one td two thousand pounds No 8 ten miles te river is in process of construction Tie large stonesare being brought on the cars from Beatty ville and loaaed into a steamboat and carried up the rier Where the Cincinnati South track is nearest the river a short distance from the tunnel a stout wire he s been stretched across the river securely fastened on each side By means of a pulley the large stones raised from the car slided along the wire and lowered into the boat The or 10 is Very stout for some of the stones weigh over 2000 pounds The person who disturbed the last Sunday by coughing is requested to call atany drugstore and get a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar which always gives relief s has matters I he span n c rn th r ti ti Gill creditors wit it Ir tilt re ere testimony maybe return accomplishing crippled penitentiary believe t completed I jt wre congregation 1 0 1 I I tie a west S 50i era a l BRYANTfiVILUb Ur Len Hudson purchased the dot ble toll gate house and lot on the Dan rille and Lanvastsr pike Prlci p i d about two bun r d twenty dollars j Mrs James F rd of Lesingon was here on a business trip Saturday Miss Mahan is visUlag in examine this week Mrs Will Mnith spent ThauKs giving withfrienu In JenStrniae c M Jennmgu and vife visited their pa rents Sunday The sooner a cough or cold i cored Without harm to the a fferer the bet ter Lingering cods are dangerous Hacking cough is distressing One Minute Conga Cure quicKiy cure it Why suffer wh 11 bU h a c ug cure is within reach U is plv a ant t tin taste At Stormcs Dru Ira Oae u ihe ad eat dcati ih i v i community ivor w tues occur here Tha ka tvuig day Mr J V Farley while out m he yard ren e in a i i r s c u t tire au j a b r fd l or tue ttuuicb c u b Sac lived hour the Ci lent A very iups ivc iiv was ied at ncr II in c y liuiupnry U leE weh licr mans were hot t ret u he Uriv e c m Very ftn leave a misuau a u fuur m U ui dr ti in n h r 1 ss My Go h in Lot Many have lost c nhMenct ai i i pe as well as huntt c t y lava i een told the r K dn y ss e FolV K n V Cure ib Gutranted retnmly f r t e s ur ed and di co so ute Cill any i i 1m SWEENEY Miss Nannie Vdarley cio e i htr schol at le z sys scin ol lions on Thursday teroi w h ippn t riat e 11 u e e f1 binefl nf lh f it T s good mw i iiti JlVt r t plras aiit ime Late 0 beii an i ear y t rise pe parcs i m iti fr horn n h sks Rut eariy to ted a L tile En Uier the pi 1 that aiik s e on e apJ b tt r and w r At Slo me Drug r I1- M F It Ant rnirn h mr as vv C f r Ji pljt nt t to her cbt j H It Arn 1 Richmond Mrs Robert Land 01 llo land is visiting her daughter Mrs O B Perkins Mrs Win Palmer of Pai it Lick spent several days last week with her parents Mr znd Mrs Joe Sowder Mrs J F Smith of Crab Orchard is visiting her mother Mrs Belle Austin For Pneumonia Dr J C Bishop of Agnew Mich says I have used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of monia the past month with good re stilts Call at any drug store 1m FLATWOOD C W Graves bought a hog from lie Reed Mr Ora Parton has moved into J B Parks tenant house The farmers in this vlciuity are nearly all done gathering corn Mr J C Fox bought a hog from James Worrell for 275 per hundred J C Fox bought twelve head of cat tie in Lincoln county for 3 to 3 l2c per pound Samuel Brewer is on the sick list Mrs Mary Eurr is also numbered with the sick James Cold iron gave a social to the young folks of this vicinity last Thurs day night the 24th All present re ported an enjoyable time When you ask for De Witts Witch Hazel Salve dont accept a counterfeit or imitation There are more cases of Piles being cured by this than all others combined At Stormes 1m Mr Woods Walker and wife have returned from Illinois where they have been visiting Iriends and rcla tives Mr John Lovell and wife are visiting in Rockcastle Mr Mose Law son and wife visited her Mrs Nancy Best of Paint Lick last week Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter De Witts Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cure Sick Headache Billiousness Inactive Liver and clear the Complexion Small sugar coated dont or cause nausea At Stormes Drug Store 1m Thousand Dollar for a Horse The Danville Advocate says B G Monte Fox have sold to J C ger of New Haven Conn a yearling pacing filly for one thousand dollars The filly was sired by Nuthiirst dam- P old Annie B by Abdallah Mambrino She has been handled a short time by Will Owings and Mr Owings she is the very finest in all this coun ty With no great deal of worl she has shown him quarters in 32 12 sec onds and an eighth in 15 14 Mr Hubinger is a millionaire starch ufacturer with a fondness for fast The Advocate man saw there 1000 check which he Sent for this one It was piece of paper Many a househol ti saddened by death because of the failure to keep on hand a safe and absolute certain cure for croup such asthe Ore Cough Cure See that yonr little are protected against emergency A Stormes DrUg Store liD I I I If l I 11 I t r i Jf h TJu 1to ciitQi8I I and vb t I cd ke lit r I tib our Her dId d rt ct tUI V r IIi 11 dOle eU C i I ii s WIt I u v IiL IU II than e v au Ui incurable I a stare s S p IIi St Drug- Store grandmother gri e man picers avery tty Minute ore c 1 1 1 s Ze j4i Lab sc e1g iihy tore iiI tAi Rev Ill ei i zu t I ar latb- Cat ti LIse b AlpLi cc t I and Vii a 0 thn1 CATO BAiG9t jM t Bn lflrBt With an Al V j tbb Prnalty for BU Cfffis- EjDtYVittE Ky No 0 n cato T57tg hanged here shortly Of er for the murder of s Md shanty residentnamed t on Septem ler 19 1S97 Askew who vns an old man had employed Cato af id John Heir ley to do some for hiai on the shantyboat and they e wceived apian kill him and rob him The old man had a small stock of gc ods which he dealt in with farmers and had laid by a few dollars Two men entered the room while Askew was sleeping ttrained him with a doublebitted ax au d threw the body into the river Tbetfio murderers then toolc possession o all the old mans property inchwliag the boat This caused suspicion and they were and the boat searched When brought to jail the men confessed and were taken to Princeton for fear that a mob would han thcm They got only 75 Honey was given a life sentence and Friday Cato paid for his share in the crime STALLIONS FIGHT The Thnronhbr d Saddle ilorte Rid Squlr Irrl Kilts ItrilUant ISutu Und by AT F Owiley Jr COLUMBIA Ky Nov P Oars Icy jr of Burkesville who was the owner of the two thoroughbred saddle stallions Red Squirrel and Urilliant has met with a serious loss Red killing Brilliant The door of the stable in which Reel kept was by accident left un fastened and during the night be got out went to Brilliants door lUll with his teeth unfastened it A ties perate fight ensued resulting in the death of Brilliant Red Squirrel chok ing him to death Mr Owsley is well known over the state as a dealer horses lie paid 53500 for Red Squirrel in Fayette county and 51200 for Brilliant j THE GREAT TOP GALLANT The Celebrated Horin n Kn cbrd Down to Jtone Qllirr Tutu W I Ales andrr of ChtttHqoagn LEXIKGTOX Ky Nov 29 It Monday night that W J Alex ander Chicago to whom great imp Top Gallant was knocked down for 20000 i none other than W I Alexander well known citizen of Chattanooga anti that he bid the horse in for Maj J B Ewing Nash viBe Tenn former owner Kinson Stone Georgetown Ky was bidding on horse fpr a syndicate willing to pay flGOOO j fi iper Married LOUISVILLE Ky Nov Ivy TI Moran and Tohn L Shannon of Moreland Ky eloped to Jcffcrsonville Thursday and were married Mr Shannon went to Miss Morans home Thursday morning ostensibly to Thanksgiving dinner lie had iipt been there long however before he and the young lady had agreed to plope They left her home in his buggy saying they going to take a short drive Kentnclcian Paying Their Tare FRAJfKFORT Ky Nov 29 Stat Auditor Stone has received so far this month more than 800000 from BhcrifFfi collections of taxes The G per cent penalty goes on all unpaid taxes December 1 and it is anticipated that this will swell the aggregate for month to more than a milliou and will make this the banner year for tax collections during the present state ad ministration Fought With Kniv EWING Ky Nov 29 Goo Graves and Charles Grason brothersinlaw living near here engaged in a fight here Monday morning Graves lies at the point of death cut in half a dozen places by Grasons knife Grasons wife interfered and received a bad cut A Convention of Tobacco Growers LEXINGTON Ky Nov of tobacco growers from all over Kentucky wilLbc held in this city Mon lay Numerous circulars have been put and many delegates will be pres ent Thin object pf the meeting is to tight the big plug tobacco trust LEXINGToN Ky Nov 28 On special train of three sleepers and one baggage car 04 female nurses from the John Blair Gibbs hospital Camp Ham ilton left Lexington over the Chesa peake and Ohio road for the southern camps Good Price for a Yearling PAXVILLE Ky Nov G and Monte Fox sold to J C Aubinger New Haven Ct a yearling pacing filly by Nutlmrst dam Annie B by Abdallah Membrino for 51000 The filly paced quarters in 82K- Fjll Xuto the Fire Ky Nov 29 Thomas a farmer living near here while putting wood on the fire Hi sister ran to assist him but was too late to rescue him He died from his burns a few hours later Raided a Moonshine Still COLUMBIA Ky Nov 28 Deputy United States Marshal John A Burton and posse made a raid in Adair They captured and destroyed a still about two miles from Milltown It was in operation but the distillers made their escape There were besides the still about 100 gallons of singlings which were destroyed Residence Burned CARLISLE Ky Nov F Adair residence burned Monday morning Loss 5000 fully insured Tobacco Destroyed la the Sto BOSTON Nov SO Between 975000 and 9100000 worth of tobacco stored the bonded warehouse of Lewis Wharf was destroyed by the extremely high tideof the late storm The ownership of the tobacco is distributed amoig some half dozen concerni I I I i 1 a WILl R Q I t noon Ask I WOI k arrested I I i 28W Squirrel Squirrelwas 25Miss e were the 2SA convention Norics 29B T EB OY 29B S I I I 1 wi iJ J 1J1 rtk- cI4 Mn4crer ito teW riday infancy develops Leave Lexington I ha ci- ix I I r L Dont Buy WAIT HOLIDAY GOODS They are Arriving and is the R E McRoberts 1 I ow FinD t W have Shnwn uLwri r LLI1I r T iiirrr1L dour Line e Ever wwwA WINNER KILLED Cheating Alleged by a Potter Player He Procured a Shotgau and Mete of It Klltnc a MilD LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 25 George Miller aged 30 years a driver for a tannery was shot anti instantly killed by John Isenberger also a teamster Thursday night shortly after 10 oclock Th3 shooting oeeVtrred at Piazzas sa loon Jacob and Breekinridgc streets and was the result of a quar mel over n card game The men and several others playing poker shortly after 7 oclock Isenberger lost heavily anti finally ac Miller of cheating the lat ter denied and Isenberger declared that he would stand it no longer and left the saloon He returned short while later with a doublebarreled shotgun and demanded the hu lost Miller who was the biggest win nero laughed at him This angered Iscu berger and he struck Miller The lat ter picked up a poker and began beat lug his adversary over the head with it Isenberger finally pushed him off anti raising his gun tired both barrels at the man who fell dead ills breast was horribly torn Isenberger was ar rested HABITUAL CRIMINAL LAW Its Constitutionality Attacked by a Suit FUact in frauttfort by W C Hobln ot LexuiKtou FRANKFORT Ky Nov 20 W C Hobbs of Lexington filed a suit in the court of appeals attacking the constitutionality the habitual criminal law The proceedings are brought in favor of Thomas lien derson a Fayette county convict nov serving a life sentence on the ground pf three convictions Ilobbf attacljs law on the ground that it violates the constitutional provision that neither or liberty shall b twlc put in jeopardy for the same offense The question has never been passed on by the Kentucky doiirts TOUPKIKSVUIK Ky Nov ex ceedingly rich field of Icaobine is re ported over in the edge of Allen coun ty near the Monroe county line John Shelby a prospector in the employ fiient of a flo ling Green and Chicago company made the valuable discovery Mr Taylor one of the leading meat hers of the firm left here with mining tools anti a force of men to make further developments Mr Taylor is very enthusiastic over the discovery Kentucky Returns All In FRANKFORT Ky Nov 29 The state board of election commissioners have received the vote of Ohio county thus making the returns for the November election complete Secretary Finley refuses to give out the aggregate dcm ocratic plurality in the state but it 21000 The returns leave been arranged alphabetically and blank certificates have been provided for the use of the commissioners at the meeting Wednesday Meningitis at KntonB- ENTOX Ky Nov 20 Some uneas mess is being felt here for fear that spinal meningitis may become epi demic as it did in 1891 That year the people became so alarmed over the that the town was almost depop ulated Many deaths resulted in the tpwn and surrounding country Two deaths leave resulted this week from it but no new eases are reported They Sloped to RICHMOND Ky Nov 25 After ing her uncle Mayor Claude Smith of this city that she was going to to visit friends Miss Hallie Tudor daughter of S L Tudor proprietor of the Shepherd hotel Irvine joined her lover Mr Sam Vaugh brother of ex County Clerk Vernon L Vaugh at the depot here and the two eloped and were married in Lexington Both are prominent young society people of Ir fine Estill county Carpenter fatal Fall fcomsvirLK Ky Nov 23 John Morris a carpenter was fatally injur cd Sunday afternoon by falling from the triumphal arch which is being erected across Jefferson street below Fifth in honor of the return of the legion Governor Appoints a Lieutenant FRANKFORT Ky Nov Bradley on recommendation of Col Colson has appointed William A Hay craft of this city second lieutenant Company L 4th Kentucky now at Ala He succeeds Lieut i resigned Srcond District 8tor Keper OaacercO- WENBBOBO Ky Nov 28 Collector Franks has appointed the following storekeepergaugers from eligible list E B Bodlnc Logan county P O Felix Gray son W J Lv Hughes Charles Edwards Webster Bion Jolly Breckinridge John W Postell Chrl tian used his mOIl of life of 2SAn 29Gov Nolan t I Vie began the Bch iud Ka aine approximates disease Lexington tell Cincinnati An- niston a Plaiters CUBAN RELIEF cnrai Colic NeuralfiaandToothMbe In ye Iius eur8toac tnarOBli r CoajMirti Trice 26 OMtt a L k Good Bi KiiKlinh Sparrow I on Daws Hughes lawyer niws man and John Wunm s business manager ier in Liuua ter mt a friad sevrai das agoai said ee Captin y n iav fum eve 1 uu s 1 itely fac it t year or mun fete o enrtreii i i K udy is tl vilsiENT and i sveral times y m li ed o tlliliu or rmtbivy Ins t fur I m n xv r dy t nntoad 0 I have ben ia crnstde tyiiinst that pst f r ius animil vclept rlsi snarr v h ire oub less noticed the Clniparuriv ncareitv of that tiri Y Iii uIlyn how was By pim s tf the Lancastr LLctnc H at Co I arruti re t a wire along by the aide o ihe electric wire which enters my res deuce so close as almost to be in touch with t but by very minute insulators so as 0 preserve a perfect circuit These wires are so cose that a bird on I gh ing necessarily parches on them when an eke ric shock quickly sends him to the ground They wre a stench rising from their decaying 4 es that 1 was afraid Marshal D c Walker or Joe Petty wouli rr st a nuisance I tuereore laced the wire the ful length of the circuit a deep trough cHain inir a p wrful de doisiiig l compiler so that each bird as it Mi at o c p s d iito s birds catch on Of course they dd but they off foai as the caugnt on On 1 un er t n xv Yes t icy ciuu ht on to my nn a 1 bv feneral ami c imwo onsnt re ix f some tin e o go mar the vip was greatly disturbed Cd annoved tot oaiy at the aiture of my scheme but I v treiseJ because 0 10 a native bir i wuch 1 was uesirous of prteoung I lo s iw Ii e uy me very ra an whic i I ual evis i for is or erv t ol I nwov r cut tfftjn current cutturei a d icilieii a number uf he a rov tuf fed ud wired tn m arid p rhat intervals along on the wire ibis not only kept the native birds away as they will not go near the English sparrow but each one of the latter was a firstclass thpropghbred de coy for the other sparrows I then stood back and gave the sparrows could not understand how these sparrows stood it unmoved and unhurt while wore falling by the hundped8 and they seemed greatly to resent the very idea that those birds could live while they by acting in the very same way were dying in such great numbers and many of them lest their valuable lives out of mere bravado and jealousy But quite a number of them finally drew off in ter discouragement What did I do then I had to adopt a new plan 1 cut off the circuit and observed the situation After a while one bird ev idently a stranger came along and perched on the wires then one of my watching crowd then another and ting space and most of the standing room was consumed Sudlenly the current went on and as suddenly the whole crowd of sparrows passed to that undiscovered country from whose bourne no sparrov returnsAnd that is why English sparrows are so scarce in this city J will work my scheme next in Stanford Then Mr Daws Hughes lawyer newspaper man and John business here in Lancaster winked one of his Stanford man and passed on X Y Z Bottom Prices I em bound to sell goods and in or der to do so I am selling absolutely ALLWOOL goods from Wanamakar Brown at Philadelphia prices Suits for 88 51050 and 81250 that cost from S3 to 5 more elsewhere They are selling and giving satisfaction tome money Fits guaranteed or no pay M D HUGHES Agt He Had Noticed It Have you ever noticed that men and their wiyes generally grow to look alike after thay have been for a few years Olv yes Both of them nearly al ways have the same sad expression Chicago News We have also noticed that a fellows month and his sweethearts mouth look very much alike because they have been together somuch Premiums Although our prices are as low as the lowest to increase patronage the Howard Tailoring company of will give an American Silveroin watch or a high class handsome latest style handle value 1250 with each suit of clothes er overcoat bought of them This does not change price or quality and a fit is guaran teed MrlX Hnfh VAft I papr 11 intim t hat ISO I B YII t separated bothof rapidlyb c WlIiOfl unfit r nl thi JIlt liiul t Jell you S I rt oUy d Shy UI hen duck slaughterthendum- my they ute fiDallythere It manager at a andsave marred umbrella I heinz i t tOE ain inc- as the cir 14 good eyes i Chicago c t J THANKSGIVINGI- s now 373 30 k33 ia 373 31 31 XXLII- J pl331 313 V C TlT b3lltT UVl j lir D 3 3fl33 3 yoa tha fol goods fj Ieverin at ogc Ib Sweet chocohte at lg 2 Ib Cm Sijir Cira a5 t o6c 2 Ib Cm hand packed Tomatoes goes at o6c I Can Aunt Betsy Peas goes at 050 I 3 lb Can Boston Baked Beans goes at o8c- VJJ And every thing else as cheap in proportion Don fail to see our fruits before you bake your cakes V Yours For Cash I BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO P BROWN Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KIINNIARD JNE HOLIDAY NOVELTIES TO BE Many Attractive Features not Displayed by other Stores by their own special importers LILLARD S6 STOUT r r 1i NUt f owing i Pt Coffee f2 U oc J lIb ERH MGR z i lr J t 1 OPENING 01- Ql7 FOPS Vlg e 0- LILLARD c iie i 4 F 4 AT- c 1 C- iti i1C4 C W H LACKEY First Clas IIIIIY STABLE HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Fruit Flowers Shade Blue Grass Nurseries Pall isaEverything for Lawn and Garden Fruit and 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 HIMENMEYFR Phone 27 LexingtonKy Hr R ErDldstein the wellknown optician will be at the Mason Hotel Monday January 2 1898 Returning one day each month Eyes examined and glasses scientifically ad used Trained Nurses The service of Nurses who have graduated from the Louisville Training Scbool can be secured at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary of Richmond Ky price 15 per week except in contagious cases for which 20 is charged Application for nurses should be made to the nperjnt endentof Infirmary ORGANIZED IMS rack TRAVELING MEN Orcha rd UccrSr Ili Gilhili Ornamental GITMS I1HOUI OPLAHOA8TERIT Bill Capital 1OOOOO Surplus Fund IffOOO BVSIKBSB SOLICITED PromptAtteatteaGB raat I J H HioanrxoTHAM LBWUTIJLiVXU r- B f HuBfoir W O Xxunrr QD WALUB TrMldect TlcePrealdeal Caialflt AssIstant Cant Bookkeeper DIXXCTOKS XMHiMnreoTKUt LBWMTLBAVBXL JBJOXMOV TMABBOL- BKVOAuouJB KHTO tT OUefal JAM e and 3 4LUU3li JjW4Lz YISE3SSL Educate FOR A- Situatios BookKeeping Business PHONOGRAPHY TjfeWriting k Telegraphy SOTED COMMERCIAL COLLECE W CUR MAIN AND MILL STS Over National Exchange Bank and YMCA Dafai Thousand of nccexfal gradn CllbC airs iucluaing 1U iu bank li official Award ofJIedal mad at Exposition for Bookkw ptnff etc A Thorough Influential mad Honored College IlundreJ of students in attendance the past from 20 states Boolnru Course rrtnei t of Bookke Business Arithmetic Law ilerchaiulisiiiK Banking Joint Stork Manufac turing Lectures Businecd Practice 3Iercantite etc Shorthand lnean KBThe Kentucky Diploma under wsil awarded our graduates lk Course of Boobhvcplat for iSo Summer IO BS Courso of Penmanship ITmonth Graduates ofthcSnminor and Fan swfion of this College have the e of attending Department of Kentucky University Jtlcsina to 1S8S ofcharcr No VacatiOn Enter now Call at the Collcse for new Catalogue of this ful loge containing an cndorwment of nearly 3 t ofit former now in husines etc in this city or address its President WILBUR R SMITH LEXINCTON KY 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE OF KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY S WorM year e o r are hare special teacher and rom can alone or with the Buinltur r the Literary Diploma Correspondence Telegraphy specIalties TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Patents taken through Jlunn Co receive Scknnfic HmerKan x- AMandaomely illustrated weekly elm eolation of any scleutlttc Terms 93 a yearS four months tl Sold by all newsdealer- sMUNH 1iwa New York Branch Office flBS V 8t Waatiuicton Ji C E roro BIIR TO CHICAGOB- EST TERMINALS Indianapolis and Michigan Points Trains leave Seventh Street Station and First Street Station City Ticket Office 218 Fourth Avenue S J GATES General Agent Passenger Dept LOUISVILLE KT Qaeea Crescent Koate PASSES DAKV7UK MOUTH BOUKD Number 10 Daily Sunday 609 a m 6 Dally except Sunday 143 p m Number Daily Naraber dont stop 417 pm SOUTH BOCHB Number dont stop 1142 a m Number 5 Daily except Baaday 11 UO a m Nsmber9 Daily except Tdfipm invention Is probably Communlca- tlons Handbook on Patents Oldest for patents Largest Peoria at umber m IB3 4pv Anyone eendng a sketch and description may our opinion an tspecial Police without charge In the 5 4 a Up SS f i 1 C ti HERE WE KEEP A SHOUTING J L PEOHMAN CO HiISTTEI TO YOU 3 WE ARE SELLIN GTHE BEST GOODS FOR THE MONEY ALL OUR GOODS ARE GUARANTEED BBAB TALKS E GIE JIiI ikNVIL EtXY US SROUfi1 MET 1 r DOLLARS Mens Fine Suits from 5 to 18 Best Workmanship Style Fit Mens Fine Dress Overcoats Storm Overcoats Top Coats Same for Boys and Children 1 J L FROHIYIAN CO The CKE CMKHS DANVILLE KYOO 00 O OO OO O OQ OOOOO O S vooao zp rx A Hid Reduction in Prices We will for the next 30 days I any hat in ourstore at COST We have a few NICE i VELVET RATa on hand which wa ara at a i BARGAIN andsesus anl b3 cDivLaiai1 that W3 era givia 33113 3irftlD 3I GAINS Respectfully Noel SistersPhone 85 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm off ring Coma in Y BAR 0 i sell 7l JIUUl11J11UIUIUJlU11JUl11lUJlINlllll11116J111llll llllllJIIUI CENTRAL REt ORD FRIDAY December 2 1898 PERSONAL Miss Patton spent Sunday with Miss Tillett Mr Ran lolph Harris gave a dinner Sunday to a few Miss Julie Mae Gaines entertained a few friends last Friday evening Miss Ea Dunn of Lower Gtirnrd is the of Mrs d M Ualou Misses Florence llnrns anl Annie Austin have retur e f fr vii t Stanford Miss Mollie Bar ett f 1 is visiting Mrs Johft i er 1 u Tille Ave Mrs Wm Price ana son if Danville have been visiting relatives in this city r Misses Feibcr and Noel of Danville are visiting Miss Graham on Rich mond street Miss Pearl Holcombe of Elizabeth town is the handsome guest of Miss Florence Harris Mr Willie B Stone of Chrrlcston W Va is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Thos Stone Miss Nellie Arnold is visiting Mr and Mrs Ralph Arnold near Crab Orchard this week Messrs Will Ball and Jim Smith wit nessed the game of foot ball at Rich mond last week Mrs Susan Anders n has returned from an extended visit to Indiana and Covington Miss Lzzie Pumphrey is spending the with her sister Mrs Hattie Tankersley of Madison Mrs Cicero Price of Eecknersville and Mrs re tie Embrj of Louisville are visiting M D Hughes Miss Sue Pope who has been the guest of Mrs Wm Smith has return ed to her home in Barbourville Paul Miller of Kentucky State spent Thanksgiving with his parents Mr and Mrs John Miller Mrs Margaret Gill and children met Miss Mary Gill of Oxford Ohio in Cincinnati and spent Thanksgiving Miss Willie Mae Brown accompani ed by Mrs Ed Brown of Lowell Miss Bruce Pumphrey last week Adjutant Will Ed Cabell of dlesboro has been visiting his friends Capt Duncan Capt Kinnaird and Lt FarraW Bradshaw now of Cincinnati was here a few days this week He returned Wednesday accompanied by his wife n rcrccn entertained al a handsome stag dinner last Friday in honor of Adjutant W E Cabell of Middlesboro They do say there is a double booked at Stanford in which county society is interested Know anything about it Jack Misses Louise Kauffman of Rich mond College Nannie Gaines and An nie Loyd Herring of Georgetown Col ege spent thanksgiving with their home folks The manv friends of Miss Eugenie Dnnlap are glad to hear of her recent improvement She will be taken from the hospital to her home in Lexington in a few weeks S raa 101 00011 aOlouoaO I oooof B ssie Sallie rind U t Par iliUII week Mrs College r ItS JG t l I 1- oottooooo0 NOeooa oo000000 t tit f TI J llI I Illinois I I1 I visited Mid- I r wedding irrard r I I i yr f Jude R L Grinnan of Cynthiana was here last week representing a New York clothing house He formerly in Lancaster and many old friends were glad to see him Mr and Mrs John Richmond and Mr and Mrs W H Ur enleaf of St Louis arrived Mon lay in answer to telegram announcing the death of their mother Serf Fre I J Conn of the Second Lousiana Volu nteers was at home on a few days furlough and returned to his regiment Fred is a clev er fellow and his many friends were glad to see him Mr R S Brown orders his paper changed from Waddy to Kirksville He ooe led a large stock of merch andise at the latter place and moved his there Mr Brown is a I rli bsne man and will mk Kd aitjii of t H Stm ord iournal mijrd n ffic lya call E s h hull we ver saw an th tiiitor nf the excellent I J ough to enter nto his closet twie a day and return thanks lor being fixed with so good an outside man The following couples formed a tal laho party to the oyster supper at IJryantsville last Friday evening Capt Duncan Miss Altie Capt Kinnaird Miss Carrie Currey Adjutant Cabell Miss Fannie Collier Lieut Farra and Miss Jennie Burn sideOne of the many pleasant affairs Lancaster during the past week was a most elegant dinner given by Mrs George Patterson to a few friends Mrs Patterson is an ideal hostess and the occasion will be long remembered by those present The guests were Mrs Elizabeth Denny Mrs Eliza Misses Sallie Tillett Jennie Lack ey Emma SoperLa ura Smith and Finale Shugars Aunt Lucinda Greenleaf was given a surprise dinner last Friday it being her 84h birthday She seemed to the day immensely but on Satur day night was called to a better world She was a good Christian woman and her children have the sympathy of all the community A more extended no tice of her death appears elsewhere in this issue The Advocate says Mr GrahamPrice of Danville and Miss Mary ft Walker the bright and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs R W Walker of Boyle county were quietly married Wednes day night by Dr E M Green wedding was rather a surprise altho an agreeable one to the friends of the couple although it was known that they had been devoted to each other for some time Mr and Mrs Price will for the present have rooms in the Harding Flats and board with Mrs A C D inn Their many friends wish them all the prosperity and happiness possible May each succeeding Thanks giving give them as much cause for gratitude and joy as the one which marked their union for life The many Lancaster friends of Miss Chastine McGregor the pretty girl who visits Mrs Wm Cook will be glad to learn that she was remembered in the of her uncle Mr Alfred Lewis After giving handsome sums to several char itable institutions he directs that the residence and lot at 6 4 First street Louisville in trust to Misses Chastine and Mathilde MacGregor until the latter becemes twentyone of age He desired that this residence should be retained for a home Ten 4per cent United States bonds of the par value of 1069 each were also left to the Misses MacGregor The will was dated March 22 1897 The estate is large one I Greenleafof Saturday ha cli 1g I best r lIar sbur in Farris substantially ye ars resisted family r wnt revr Monty t I enjoy The Louisville will a- very P Mens Odd Pants at every price Warranted Never to Rip Full Dress Shirts Stylish Colored Shirts Best Unlaundered Shirts 50c WORK SHIRTS OBITUARY About eight oclock Sunday morning the remains of Mrs Luciuda Gre plea were found in her her spirit taken its flight sometime durinjr the night Sic retired at tie reular Hour Saturday night in her usual seal h md teaih was not known un sonic one went to her room to an nounce break ast when her body was onnd in its natural position which indicated the fact that the spirit and uody had separated without the least struggle As soon as the fact was made known everybody who knew the estimable old lady went t piy a tribute of respect and take a look at the familiar features were conducted at the Christian church on Tuesday a ternoon at 130 oclock by Eld George Gowen in his forcible and attractive style after which the remains were Tile large crowd in attendance evinced the high repute in which she was held and theexpressions of regret over her departure and the frequent reference to her noble Christian character and her pure life reveale i the fact that everybody was her friend She was in reality a consistent member of the Christian church hav lag confessed her faith in early life and lived in a manner which proven to the world that she was possessed those Christian virtues which id 0 i It t a umber of her lady friiiis net iiii antil her to cel lijitt tie 84 i anniversary o her stir hiay Of course at thi alvanc l age her healtn was not very good bit her sudden departure was unex leered SOle had been a widow for many yetrs and leaves four sons drughter Mrs H C Kauffman and G S Greenleaf of this city Mr John S Greenleaf cashier of a bank at Rich mond W II a prominent of St Louis Mo and Lee Green leaf now residing in iexas The high esteem in which they are held by all who know them shows the value of a Christian mother in the formation of character and how the words of ad vice and admonition given in early life will determine the course and destiny o those who are blessed with themSuch women have done more to ex alt and embellish human life than all the orators philosophers and minis ters of earth While living they a brighter crown than any that ever decked the brow of Caesar their remains the chiselled should b3 reared until it kisses the skies Lat this and the rising follow her example live her life and the world will be much better Human nature revolts at death when alone when denied any human ministrations but in this instance the touch of a human hand or the dropping of a tear would have been avail when the angels hovered about her pillow and wafted her spirit its heavenly home to which all spirits gravitate by a law as fix and immutable as the law which draws the pebble toward the center of earth Of the slab which will mark her resting place we say with the poet The granite monuments which stand During Times roll Are guideposts ou the land To course of the soul Scrlbnera Magazine The Christmas number of Scribners Magazine has several notable art The brilliant cover in silver gold and colors is from a prize design by Albert Herter There are also six teen pages of colorprinting of an un usual kind reproducing Max field Parrishs vary original scheme of illus tration and decoration accompanying F J Stimsons poetical version of a scene from Wagners RhineGold In the article on John Ruskin as a Painter Mr Spielminn hasincluded reproductions of many unpublished paintings and sketches secured only by reason of his long personal friend ship with Ruskin Another artistic feature is the frontispiece by the young artist Walter Appleton Clark whose reputation has been made in the pages of Several freight cars jumped the track at Silver Creek Wednesday de laying the day trains about five hours I I I Ltd n il i Funeralservices intrred in Lancaster cemetery f bautFy this an j the soul for that purer all exit ec Fda ith an lone businessman deserve and- over marble generat- Ions Ito features ScribnersWreck haying o rand life prepae brighter ti o- no n f Underwear Cotton Wool Fleecelined Balbriggan Union Suits for Men and Boys Dress Shoes Work Shoes Farm Shoes at Low prices Call see them and Save Money II More Local Overcome evil with good Overcome your coughs and colds with Oae Min ute Cough Cute It is so good children for it It cures croup bronchitis pieuinonia grippe and all throat and diseases At Stormed Drug St re 1m A Warm Number A great many white people witness ed the Cake Walk given by the colored U B S H at the Court house last The contest was a hot one be big participated in by of the best wallers in Central Kentucicy Billy Farris Fred Young and Perry Embry the tatter from Crab Orchard Farris was the favorite among the crowd be ing a Lancaster man but after the Crab Orchard entry had cut a few ca pees at least half the crowd began to coach him The judges gave first money to Farris ant second to Em bry The latter waits table at Crab Urehar i springs and can bring in a fiftypound tray of dishes on three fin gers never changing the gmcefu gait he kept on the stage here Warning i o all ci izens or impostors traveling the country representing themselves as my sons or agents and swindling the people- I have a son Dr Ru iolph Goldstein who visits one day in each town stops at the prominent hotels ill the State He represents the House is skillful and honorable in his neatin s the rest are counter cit or impostors A GOLDSTKIX Optician- It Ave Lousville Ky Will Move In Mr J W Sweeney has rented Mrs Fishers property on Lexington ave nUt and will move to town first of the ye ir Please Remember A fellow representing some city printing office was here this week and was given work by many business men Now of course they had a per fect right to do this but we speak of it in order to call their attention to the fact that the fellows house also grinds axes and as the tail should al ways go with the hide they will please send their woodchoppers to him and not bother us with their troubles Xot Dead Oh No The gentlemen working up the hotel and opera house are so busy getting ready for their Christmas trade that they have done nothing for the past week toward the scheme As no work could possibly be done spring this delay amounts to We repeat our statement that the plan is a winner and the building will be put up Competitive Examination On Saturday December 7 at the of fice of the County Superintendent an examination will be held for teachers who desire an appointment to the Nor mal Department at State College This is a competitive examination and is therefore open to all teachers Four appointments are to be made and those teachers obtaining the highest aver age in Arithmetic U S History Eng lish Grammar and Geography will be entitles to the appointment ELISA JjLusK School Supt Too Much liiq Two men named Todd got too much Battle Row whiskey Monday and a racket They resisted arrest and Marshal Walker summoned Messrs J M Higginbotham and T J Hatcher to his assistance The men were unruly and when in the court one of them made a very insulting re mark to Mr Higginbotham and him Mr H in defense let go his right fist and sent the fellow to grass The blow together with Judge Browns fine will doubtless teach these fellows a good lesson Came Out the Little End A Stanford negro named Will Gill came over and proceeded to teach the Lancaster coons the latest and most improved way of running a bling ti ger Policemen Walker and Petty soon smelled a mouse and catching Gill with wool in his teeth took him before Judge Brown who assessed a small fine of 125 Not having the re quisite amount of cash Gill will spend one and twentyfive astride a Lancaster rock pile ere he again rippling waters of St Asaph creek cry Wee allover monthone 544 4tri before nothing raised very ays to lob three room threatened 9 O IHI 1847 Rogers Knives and Forks 3 per dozen etcPerfectSend for catalogue of Silver Novelties CN McDonald Jeweler Optician Danville YES toBestFresh Oysters received daily Served and sold O F illett Lancaster HotelTry the Butter Scotch at the Kandy Kitchen It is delicious Patronize the advertisers in RECORD They are uptodate Rabbits are dying by the thousands in Indiana from what is believed to be hog cholera- J U Siler bnuirht in Lincoln counties two car loads of hogs at 2 12 and 3 cents Au or linnry glas o buttermilk c tains about is much nutriment as two ounces of bread or an sized potato Over 4003000000 bushels of potatoes are produced each year to 6000 09OUO buhels of corn while wheat takes thir i place with an annual pr d iction of only 2530 030 UOO An opossum eats the head and nee of his victim and kills one or two at a time a mink bleeds his victims in the neck and sucks the blood and will slaughter a dozen or more birds in a night Both leave the the coop or house Rats drag into hole cats foxes and thieves carry away A study of habits will help you to the culprit that is robbing your hen roost The Harrodsburr Saying says There is a new enterprise being operated be tween Mercer and Jessamine such as the wise man never dreame of Mr Geo ge Sampje formerly o Frankfort h s a steam saw mill in a boat which he moves up and down on the Ken tucky river stopping long enough where he can get four or five log to saw them into lumber He then boats the lumber to a landing and divides giving the owner of the logs half antI keeping the other half for himself He has been operating his floating mill for five or six months clearing not less tnan 100 per month He employs several hands l TilE Garrardand In oroDar care tss in cttch Nobby Line of Neckwear New Styles Uptodate Stuff Suits Made to Order here at our Store Umbrellas Canes Night Robes Bath Robes Holiday Goods If t it Aphorisms Written for CENTRAL RECORD Lawyers have the happy prievilege with other peoples busi nessCoal weather is heated by a coal processThe if transmuted into aliquid would make good glue so tenaciously do the dollars stick to him But few people realize their close relasionship with a cornfield Both have ears The bicycle crank has one consola tion if Hades is to be his uture dwell ingplac he can continue his scorch ing Happiness can be measured by de grees of contentment Secrets should not be deposited with a child for safe keeping or the safe is liable to open of its own accord and expose the treasures Flattery like whiskey is only a tem porary stimulant How many people would be wanting if weighed in the balance pscially in brains The children of some parents are found wanting others are wanted foundFlirts like spiders weave their webs ready to catch any poor fool who chance to get within their limits All men turn cranks some time in lite if nothing more than machine cranks they who wish to dream of their sweethearts shoull not drink strong coffee for supper or they will be more apt to dream of old nick HENRY TORSEII Marksbury Ky A cough is not like a fever It does not have to run a certain course Cute it quickly and effectually with One Minute Cough Cure the best remedy for all ages and for the most severe ca ses We recommend it because its good At Stormes Drug Store 1m ofmeddling e fo end lazling Display of for i Christmas Surprise Everybody Goods LARGE ASSORTMENT SURPRISINGLY GIFTS APPROPRIATE Saturday December 3 98 Sterling Silver Novelties of All Kinds Medallions in All Sizes Dolls in Great Variety Books Onyx and Jardinier Stands Calendars Celluoid Novelties Fern Dishes Etc While we cannot describe or enumerate our Great Variety of Elegant Attractions we are very glad to Show them toAll Visitors We claim for our stock General Excellence- in Quality Immense Variety Reasonable Prices We solicit a Comparison of Goods and Prices knowing you will find our Holiday Line the Best and Cheapest STORMES DRUG STORE Lancaster Kentucky Whatever your wants be we can moot them with Beantifnl Selections I n L ii 1 1 H M BALLOU New Cases New Lights New Goods at THOMPSONS THE JEWELER Call and see the Our Glass and SterlingSilver Novelties WE INVITE all of our friends and to call and make AN INSPECTIONof took es pecial pains to select only tte HANDSOMEST HATS and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets Miss Sallie TiUett S BEAZLEY Teeth extracted without pain w th Vitalized Air Office lithe New Thompson Building Incomparable Service The Queen Crescent trains are the finest trains in the State of Ken tuckyFour daily trains to Cincinnati con nect with the main highways of the Great Trunk lines ai the North West and East This is the line parexcellence to Washington New York Boston and the East The Queen Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati 1ihi Space B lon to Watch it W lilt DENTIST rue KyW Next week patrons C d r 5a h 1 1 A 1 i 4 j o i f J J Tool Many SUDS In sizes 35 36 37 38 Which we offer Cheap J= ilany Mens Shoes- Ii sizes 6 7 8 9 and 10 Which go at Bargains Too WHICH WE PROPOSE TO CLOSE AT ANY PRICE BEFORE INVOICING JAN I 0 c R H S S Cures Sores and s Ulcers i It Matters Not How Ob stinate or What Other Remedies Have Failed Obstinate sores and ulcers wliich refuse to heal under ordinary treat lent soon become deep and lead to conditions most serious They are caused in different ways hilt in every case the blood is involved and no amount of local treat iiuiit can have any effect The poison must be eliminated from the blood before a cure can be had THROWN PROM A HORSE Mr II Kuhn of Marion Kansas writes Alxmt throe tha Vliitwood was thrown from a horse re wound of the Though underthe tivnunintof physicians months th wound rem a inert a ut the same until It finally became very nnrylo kin and broke out into a ruiininp i sore This soon spread to other of theanA ntii down the cl side of the nickincroas fully disfi urinc her Showas then placed un Jrflft der the care of the fac 3 f n wellknown hospia but even the is treatment she received Si there failed to arrest the T terrible sore Reading v i fe of the many cures of Mood troubles effected by S S S we decided to try it and it relieved her promptly In a few iniintlisshe was entirely scarcely n marl now remains where the full A GUNSHOT WOUND CiptJ II McHrayer the wellknown dis ARI AND STOCK 1TES9fr- OO J iO v V OOOO The Democrat says a strange sie is damaging the wheat of farmer J II Boggs near Kieholasville that he is at a loss to account for The fly is a dark one and attacks the wheat at the roots Samples of the injured growing crop were sent to this office and the Experiment Station at will pass on the strange fly Mr Boggs sowed the crop between September 19 and October 11 and he is sure one fourth of the crop will be a lass Mr Boggs would like for the older farmers to enlighten him on this new pest Boys want to get an air rifle free send a few new subscribers for Farmers Home Journal Louisville Kentucky Kobt McGregor 217 12 dropped dead Nov 11 at his home near Toledo Ohio He was foaled in 1S71 and was the sire of sixteen 215 trotters During the year en ling June 1898 Canada exported 11255787 lbs of t and 10370532 lbs The act that it applies no humus to the soil is one serious objection to re lying on comrneicial fertilizer even if the plant food it contains could not be obtained by the general farmer at a price in the form of feed There is no batter way for putting up beets and mangels for winter than i e 1 u J a 4v i fear r nlh t 1fl l I way r v par Lexington iCon ofcheese s ated Scai iuginec a1 c 1 i hP ooooeoootoooooddaadodoaooda don hater less r n b K e c coino years agrt I va RIXII ir t receiving I fonsiuticd e If levelo i fflit a me n drop fy of and in onven H fence 1 was routed liy many dintors ami k took ji number of 1 1 remedies tat none ll T me any goad and did rS result was very jimtffy iC1A5jV i5f1ins S S seemed to trouble ZjiztisfeggjJand forced the poison out of lilood aftenvards the sore healed up nnd was cured sound and well I am sure S S Is by far the best blood remedy made It matters not how they are acquired treatment has failed S S will cure the most obstinate deep seated sore or ulror It is useless to local treatment of slices ete to effect a cure because they can not reach the real cause of the trouble which is the blood S S S drives out every trace of impurity in the blood and in this way cures per mnnently the worst cases It is the only blood remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable contains not a particle of potash mercury or other mineral S S torts Blood Poison Scrof lila Cancer Catarrh Eczema matism Sores Ulcers Boils or any other blood trouble Valuable hooks on these diseases will be mailed free to address by the Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia to put them in a pit deep enough to keep out the frost These roots can piled up to a depth of three or four feet tops should not be cut off too closely if they are to keep well That the dairy pays one man and does ROt pay another on an adjoining farm is evidence that the fault is in the man One could have no better place to go to school than to strive to locate the cause of the success of the and the failure of the Drilled oats sometimes gives a better yield but this is because the ground is put in better condition by the use of the drill than it would be if broad casted but the latter gives better root protection and seems to better retain the soils moisture The Louisville Weed a leading to journal commenting on the quality of this years crop says The new crop of burley that has reached market so far has been most The tobacco is thin with no gum dingy in appearance lifeless and in truth very undesirable for purposes Not a single hogshead of colory or bright has been seen on the market so far this season if any brights are in crop they appear among the offerings in the shape of trashes or low grades but this season we have no indication from this quarter that are plentiful or eyen in moderate sup ply in the OS crop of burley A little well directed effort to the home market for honey will pay I hat z 01111 rlllll1illh sore Arent pain nt seem to the ir1011 of sure I had Swifts Cine hIghly vthe dJjjand concluded to g ttIe It n trial and the riht nt the Ion or what lotions land b 1 hee one other bcco this disappointing filler Generally g hts increase t uul dare t1e heard Spe S S srkzS- rec mme get m Ilk e brig eII Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others AHKinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand G S J J t E I GA2NES v vi u j i iiii A Mi iimn Kit tic it Jlesiiii It il t X Vane K I troy l by Alob Tin Ctn roused YAXCKKIMMJ Tic Nov SO Monday night a mob gathered at Pleasant Kidge two miles and a ha f southeast of Vanceburfr and burned to the ground the Mormon church building recently completed There is much re Bret and indignation among the people on ccount of the outrage as they have the conduct of the hoodlums Last Sunday was the first time services had been held in the building since its completion Dili gent efforts will be made to apprehend and punish the members of the mob Iivi on Wilt Coutesr FKAXKFOKT Ky Nov pa pers in one contest case that is certain to be passed on by the next congress when it seats the Kentucky delega lion have just been completed here The contestant is lIon George M Day ilion the defeated republican date of the Eighth congressional dis trict Mr Davison has been here for the past day or two in conference with a leading republican lawyer and it is understood their work has been com pleted K ntnc jr Food LITT LEXINGTON Ky Nov 30 In the pure food law passed by the last legislature Prosecuting Allen will on Monday report to the jury impTIrities in butter vinegar jellies and other such being sold in Lexington These discoveries were made by Di rector W M Scovell of the Kentucky experiment station and he will inform Louisville authorities as similar evils prevail there Must Serve Ills Time Ky Nov 30 Gov refused to extend executive clemency in the case of Lucien Fayctte county sentenced to two imprisonment for manslaghter ind he will be brought 4p the peniten nary at once The crime of which Rooiie was convicted was committed on March 2J of last year at Athens a suburb of Lexington he shooting to loath Shad Taylor his half brother Tint Mint MAYFIEID Ky Nov so Will olored who killed his wife in August ISO has been convicted of murder in the first degree and sentenced to be hanged The execution will likely be in January This is his second conk lion the court of appeals having given him a new trial Tntt tilled his wife because she expressed Ifer intention to jo to a baseball game in a neighboring Bought the Turnpike OWIXOSVIITK Ky Nov 30 The fis al court bought the Owingsville and Preston turnpike five miles for SI 58715 This road cost perhaps 15000 The court offered A AV liascome 15 500 for seven miles of the and Mt Sterling road but the stock holders refused to take less that 317000 for their property S bree Ketuandeil for Trial FJSANKFOKT Ky Nov 80 John Se bree the Owen county tobacco buyer who was brought here a week ago by Deputy United States Marshal McCarty and lodged in jail charged with coun terfeiting has had his examining trial Commissioner Chapman remanded him to jail under 1000 bond to await trial in January The Office Abolished LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 30 tion was Tuesday received by the col lector of internal revenue from Wash ington that the office of deputy col lector held by John W Burton has been abolished It paid 2400 per an num in salary and traveling expenses Miss Bullett Elected Lbrarlan LEXINGTON Ky Nov a of the board of directors of the Lexington library Miss Mary I was elected librarian This is the old est library in the state and is the first free public library ever established in the commonwealth ace Meeting Declared Off LEXINGTON Ky Nov 29 Owing to continued rain and cold weather the last three days of the race meeting have been declared off tt a I religious 30The Fur accordance ith Attorney g and commodities FnXI FOnT f Ill nit lown Owingsr 30At meeting sr i bare cant Cradle Boot years Ban 1 S Noti Bull e ills fits PlantersNUBIAN TEA cures Dynpep sia Constipation and Indi gestion the Liver Price 25 stir I egulates j j s CRADLE 07 CYCLONES Ilic ii i ui of Oitlit ami Hit Ha lianuiM Where Drcaillul SlorniM Arine Imngine yourself on a trim ocean steamer gently throbbing iloig over i Mintntfr yea ol iinHgti brUt rulllcil m In iiU viiit vives You MririMii 113 tru spec uf hviMii from i MID in elfar y IIMI cuolcil jy ronsiiiiit lircee liinu so griitly chat you as if it ni lt rniitlini fur f liorion is liiiltlen hy t big island rising in tropically vi rdnri nnred Urrnees to pilfdnp hay lonntain lure fascinating liar tin itself are donut piled above it masses upon masses of hem rolling and tuinbliiig and tuft lending inong themselves xing piles well higher anti jiser nlnivr tIlt i taks grovvng iidesiHnt with beautiful opal tints vn an on hums eolor and seti to burst asunder and t up line streams far into the mountain sides white lleeces ik wisps of woo blown against i wax side hecge thrungh the darkgray streamers trail like ilaniji and nexviyeouibid hair Night eofnes on and lurid lightning through these clouds hroving III moonlit sea into pale insigmfi areexvhile from many other the horion arise lit fill flaresand flashes gut of smaller mounds of elouu hang inr OVCM other unseen islands These lightnings all seenrvoicfless and still your ship speeds on through storm less waters The big island is Cuba and not far away are the Bahamas You are in vhat may be called the cradle of antics Here nature is calling stence those dreadful storms which riuh away northward over sea and laud upon their ruthless and terrible nurse of destruction J M Kllieott N St Nicholas NATURES TODDY SHOPS Tree and IMnntM of the Tropics AVIiicli Yield JiilceN of Iiitox lottiller Kature has her rum shops her loons She produces plants which de your themselves to the manufacture and sale of intoxicants The South American toddy tree is well known to naturalists It is well known also to the South American hectic time Oryctcs ferculcs Wljtn the latter goes on a spree he never goes it alone after the unneighborly habit of the Drunkard lie collects his friends und Acquaintances to the number of 30 or 10 the whole crowd run their through the bark of the toddy tree revel in the outflowing juices and while inebriated are easily caught by the human natives The toddj tree parts with its liquor free of charge There are other plants which are less generous They exact no less a penalty than the death of the unfortunate drunkard And what flo they do with the body Strange as it may seem they eat it Tn this manner obtain the food which nourishes them and sustains their healthful ex At the end of each of their long green leaves these plants have pitchershaped receptacle We might style this the growler but it never needs to be rushed It is always full of what with special appropriateness might be called bug juice a waterj iquor sweet to the taste and to the senses Only in fine weather is the growler open for business On rainy days it is firmly shut up to keep out the rain that would dilute and spoil the contents Eippincotts Appropriately Named It was on the SouthernPacific train a few days ago A group of traveling men were talking they were going what they were selling all the tricks of the trade I am bound for Trinity Tex said one of them I never heard of the place another And by the way that is a peculiar name Why is t called Because there are only three good people in it was the response N O When Florida WUH Discovered Ponce de Leon the Spanish tor made the discovery of the land which he afterwards named Florida in Easter Sunday March 27 1513 Delays Dangerous Many friends or people whom you know of have contracted conaump tion pneumonia or other fatal disease by neglect of a simpe cold or cough Foleys Honey and Tar a safe sure and pleasant cough medicine would caved them It is guaranteed a In t 1 all Tropical a a I ith TOIli the a lorgst rtlll1 peals loud hilt g hit hlllt of volcanic It hilt rush c into ex lIt U S Properties a shorthorn I they inebriating shopwhere remarked or Our e 4 t tS r n 1 ha- L fee unrha gel errr cu3D green lie f1r opt r 6e hearcn like vapn one r tutees places s hun fence tad very Trinity Demoerat noel are t 3 g Too Many Ladies Shoes In sizes 3 4 5 and 6 Which offer Cheapwe No it is not claimed that Foleys Honey and Tar will cure CONSUMPTION or ASTHMA in ad it holds out no such false hopes but DOES truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in tie very worst cases and the early stages to effect a cure I I I vancedstages I I ni e is Military and Field Music Considering the antiquity of the trumpet and the drum and their ob clans adaptability to sounding signals it would seem as if field music must have originated simultaneously with these instruments That soldiers marched and fought to their martin strains in the most ancient times we know from passages in the Bible and the classics ttut there is a difference between military and field music The former is played by the regimental bands and consists chiefly of marches and inspiring airs the latter is played on the Held of battle to fire the sol diets heart Field music is sounded by the bugle the trumpet the drum or the drum and fife and consists of a system of signals by which instead of byword of month commands are conveyed to the troop It is impossi ble to discover when the first of this kind ori nated Probobly it de eloped gradually The fad that a trumpet or a drum can be heard much more distinctly on the battlefield than an officers voice which might at the most important moment be lust in the din is so obvious that signals for th most usual commands charge and retreat must have come into use with the instruments capable of sound ing them other signals being gradual ly Uusiav Kobbe in Century For the AVcluli Bride A touching and poetical custom pre tails in the WelshTyrol When a young maiden is about to be married immediately before she steps across the threshold of her old home on her way to the church her mother sol emnly gives her a new pocket chief The bride holds it in her hand throughout the marriage ceremony using it to wipe away her tents soon as the marriage festivities artended the young wife lays the hand kerchief aside in her linen closet and there it remains as long as she lives Nothing would induct a wife to use this sacred handkerchief It is taken from its place to fulfill the sec cud and last part mission When the wife dies perhaps a gray oh grandmother the loving hands of the next of kin place the bridal handler chief over the face of the dead and it is buried with her in the don fTeTca Plinfr t CUBAN OIL cure 9 Cuts Burns Bruises and Sores Price 25 cents NEW LIVERY I have purchased the stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com morcial Travelers RICE BENGE The Havaaa Limited The first A nerican Railway to an nonnce train service especial benefit of travel to the West has been heard from The Queen Route are announcing a fast train known as the Forida Havana Lim ited It will go into servca from Cin cinnati to Jacksonville Miami Mobile and New Orleans This of the genuine American idea getting into the field will be a vestibuled service with observation cars wide vestibules electric nnd all the of the modern railroad train It is chiefly to be marked as the first in for the new territory which just coming under protection of greatest flag on earth Train will fast time to Ports named and will connect with fine steamer service to various Ports in Cuba Porto Rico and Jamaica It marks anew era in railroading in this country add t1 So- be a century or longer before it of its Rheumatism Walker Crescent exponent paraphernalia s item rand may graveL S diners rr ott EIECTRDFDISE h E clronoise does not holy r on fine its cures along any particular 1 ne It cures bv rraov ng tIn causing the system to absorb Otyireu j purifying the blood and builing up the system Dtfar Tim goitre has disappeared from Mrs Visous necK and she is the pr udestand most grate ful woman in the World The Eie ctn has at com p ished what the phy icians and medicines could not More Uian seven years ago she was she coul 1 never be cured The 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Sale I will sell my farm containing seventysix acres privately and on easy terms The land lies about 4 miles east of Bryantsvllle is easily reached and in good state pf House contains fonr rooms and has all nee outbuildings There is a Rood orchardand never water The is undergood fence For further information on address J M Scrivner 101898 Ky J cultivation call Mrs B J G rFK of ed Is the best Corrects aU 5 thetestI by ChatI tanoogu R R Mclibir t Lancaster you Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA TIle LOUISVIUC NASHVILLE M R AN sccuna The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all ether information win be cheerfully furnished by C P ATUORt or oy ixjcisviLt ST K C oSnthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster II 35 A xNorthbnd Mixed Si xPassgr 252 AXSontbbcd 1229 A x KNIGHTS OF Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights 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