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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 7 t itntt I 11tVO VAlE IX at the Post Office Lancaster K7I Second Class Nl1MBER3S Jt j-r r Entered in as Maper UBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Public Square and Danville AvenueCur USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Toilet sots in all shades Coal vessals and Cake boxes Guns Single and bauble barrel Silver plated knives and forksChilds set knife fork and spoonBoys all steel wagons Nickel plated and silver lined tea pots Chafing dishes and sewing in nickel ware Coal oil heating stoves dreds of other things JRHaselden Col Stanford WI Williams Lancaster WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly pocketknives w G Welch tom r FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky fcelled Almonds Flour WheatletsShreded Biscuit CrispiesLowneys Bon Eons Baltimore Oysters Are the Latest things at BALLOUS MODEL MHIfffl IIELPS MORE to make you enjoy the Hol idays than to Have a Pretty Hat Wa are aware of this fact and in order to reduce our large stock have marked them Within Reach of All Prices have been cut in half and they go at any sacrifice Fruit Flowers Shade Blue Grass Nurseries Pall iaesEverything for Orchard Lawn and all stock grown in nurseries Prices reasonable as we employ no agents Descriptive catalogue on to H F HILLENMEYFR Phone 27 IexingtonKy us BEAZLE Y A ITG HIlAN GROCERY Miss Sallie Tillett fo rr Ornamentr 2 ir 4 f nietow ear 1 r x L f 3 fYrJ if r- a alt r s LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1898 IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER ooooooDooooooooooooooooo oOIOOoooooOIOOOOOOooooOOOOO ooJ L I s a Special Edition We are working on our special edi Lion to be issued next week The vast amount of work and worry connected with issuing a paper like we propose to send out has made it necessary to employ extra help and put in extra hours but the present indications favorable to it being the best ever sent out from a Lancaster office The men are availing themselves of the opportunity of getting their before the people and are bringing in their ads A few refuse to get in the band wagon prefering the tail end of the procession of progress As it will be impossible to see everybody these wanting space had better speak at once Fifteen hundred extra copies will be printed and sent out Judge M D Hughes has been emploped to help and if the editor miss you Work at Kay Pea lodge to night Hominy and Oatflnkes at T Turkey Roasters 25e J R Ilaselden Every thing nlci fresh and cheap at T Curry All kinds of masks for mnsk parties Thomps Call on J A Beazley for Christmas presents House for rent on Richmond street by W J Romans Rev Faulconer preached for Dr McKee Sunday morning Fesh barrel of New Orleans ses just received at G S Gaines V T All the latest novelties an sterling silver at Borrow Stock of fine silk umbrellas and eases at Thompsons the Jeweler Raisin Dates Citrons and CUT J rents fresh at T Currys A See our line of handsome Morrow McRo1 Remember engraving done free of charge Thompson the Jveler Heal quarters harness and saddles t J R Hasilien I would like to do plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Air tight heating stove guaranteed to hold lire all night 1200 J R Haselden D Walters the dentist iso t of town this week but will return ilr Henry Cos of Lincoln lias rent ed Mrs Eliza Ferris farm for the next G S Gaines will have vdrything freliin candies nuts and for hrstmas Wanted Furs Highest market II BNorthcott New Cheap and Stormes Drugstore Wanted Duels and Geese 500 good Geese and Duds H B ort Three extra nice hogs weight ab pounds G S Gaines Leaks Examine the beantifu New line of uScts Books at Store G S Gaines will buy all he can get at 110 a barrel any goods he handles MONEY To LOAX On real estate at 5 per cent address W S Lowwill At torney Danville Ky 111898 Fve hundred plain gold and set rings in diamonds and Ether precious stones at Thompsons the Jeweler WANTED Two car good corn at highest cash market price gs 17 cts U B KOKTIICOIT I will pay highest Cash price for all kinds of Furs N U BOGIE nov11lm Marksbury Ky With every Victoria cigar purchased G R a on a fine buggy Call and buggy and investigate Dolls toys and e re y thing i that If vou dent see you wa for it f Foe REST Five room brick cottage centrally and conveintly located Terms reasonable Possession given Jan 11899 J B t in call 1 business Curr 2t IcRob rte andcheap cut lass its Large line of Dinner Sets and Chamber Sets just received G S Gaines your 2t Monday f its price old nooks UptG at t For Sale 9 5 Stormes rug th cor payabl llJ I Furs SCant d t e line Bring the chen to them w At Thomps n y cot a war res- him t mob S Figs year C ads F F Gaines you are gin ch se a Higna- t r s t rash sues red i 2 Boys all steel wagons 2t J R Haselden Beautiful line of glove and handkerchief necktie ooJ lar and cuff cases boxes at Thompsons the The firecracker nuisance will be permitted this Christmas none of the merchants have brought on anything in that line The only tollgate left in Garrard courtSout of the Way and the probabilities are it will soon be a thing of the past If you call for pUs Pour at the leading and they havent got it order direct from U C Potts Ky Wagon in town daily 1021lm Leave orders now for jl kinds of steel engraving for the Djnt use a printed or written will be called a back number Drug Store Marshal Walkers list of property to be sold for taxes appear elsewhere in this issue It is the smallest U HE REC ORD has ever published Back Sticking Again Captain White returned to his case in THE RECORD office Monday His illness was of short dura tion we are very glad to say and he was only laid up for a day or so For Sale or tent House and 1 acres of land in town J A ROYSTOX We have the largest line of sterling silver sterling silver novelties and cut glass in the city at pio4s astonish you free of charge Thompson the Mrs L Where do you get the in gredients for your Black Cake You ALWAYS have the BEST Why I get them from the old reliable house of T always sells the best goods for the least money die lG2t No County Court We are requested to announce there will be of the County Court on December 25th it being a holiday The banks also request us to say their doors will be c os d on this day aId on Mordiy January 21 Committee Appointed The County Court has appointed committee to platy a valuation on the Stanford pike The court selected Me srs J N Danny and E 1 Price and the company Mr Tommy Robin son The committee is still at work and will report in a few days If any of our renders have a picture of the Lancaster Baptist church they will please make the fact known by holding up their right hand We also want a picture of the Graded School and will be under lasting obligations to anyone furnishing it All please once The following marriage licenses were issued this week by county clerk Duncan La Rue Duerson Madison to Miss Jennie May Arnold of Garrard EL L Madison to Miss Annie Prather of Garrard Geo Garner Gar yard to Miss Mollie Wilson of Gar card Preacher Engaged Rev J C Massey of Orlando has accepted the salt to tike charge as pastor of the local Baptist church He will move his family here and ser vices will ba held every Sunday in twice a month as has been the previous custom Rev Massey will begin his work first of the year Heady for Business Dolph Rice has moved into new stable just completed at Danville and is thoroughly equipped for Feeding Hitching nnd furnishing firstclass livery Swell Landaus weddings a specialty Ask for Rice Stable when to Danville and you will be given the best and your patronage appreciatad t Circuit Court Adjourns Circuit court adjourned Wedne lay The last few days were given to of a number of civil suits none of which are of especial interestto the public Mattie Johnston who sued W A Askins for damages because the tatters mill whistle frightened her horse was given one Q nt and costs judgment was gIven E Warren against Geo lot failure to carry out a contract about some The indictment against Tol Gill for reciiving stolen property filed away Curt McFarland the negro mute last tern for woman and this was filed away The juries this term cost the State 324 The grand jury returned twen tytwo indictments two of which were for perjury and one for cutting The rest were for misdemeanors cant beat our prices on stoves J B Haselden I I S ed boo an fancy note consequently en Notice Buckeye Euraced Calling ho idscar You form Em morning outbuildings Engravin I elm Curreywho nosession ale t speakat P ewiit Florida steadof the handsome disposing Mar hbJnks tobacco detaining a leans Jeer grocers Cuds twill 2 you go Alike was indicted You hat forth Boys Saddles and Bridles t J R Haselden Lost or Stolen Setter bitch about six months old little bare Liver white spots tiped Cubal A re ward will be mformation that leads to her recovery Y Northcott Wanted Badly We are exceedingly anxious to get picture of the old court house which stood in the center of the Square If will bring us one before Sat urday at noon we will give them a years subscription to TIlE RECORD and be under lasting obligations Win H Anderson Dead Just as we go to press news is receiv ed of the death of Mr Win II Ancer son at his home near Preachersville No funeral arrangements have been made at this hour His son John L Anderson arrived from Washington yesterday Good for Slob The Danville Advocate says the Mer car County Court has retained Robert Harding of as counsel to assist County Attorney C A Hardin in the suit of Mr Isaac Pearson for 038J against Mercer county for his commis sions c in holding and delivering the Louisville Southern Railroad Honda It is with pleasure that we place in our columns of the Bryant Stratton Business Colege of Louisville Ky We know this to be a thorough and reliable institution and every young man or lady who desires a Business Shorthand or Telegraph course will do well to address the Cpl lege for its elegant twenty ourth an nual catalogue Mr G M Patterson manager of the Lancaster Electric Light Co has been the city of Danville in regard to putting in a plant there The Lancaster lights are by far the brightest and best burning in any town in this section so say the people who have seen many Mr Patterson understands the business and our neighbor city would be wise in giving his offers preference Finely iuipiiLfl The K C has recently placed in ser vine one hundred of the improved and extra larije sin k gars They are much longer and better equpped than the old ones and fill a ton felt want of the shippers Their train leaves here about 330 In the afternoon and lands stock at the Cincinnati yards early the next morning The shippers are gre t ly pleased with the present facilities The hauling has boon extra heavy this fall ArnoldUuerson Miss Jennie Mae Arnold the hand ome Daughter of Mr Clay Arnold and Mr LaRu2 Duersoa were married at the home of tho bride morning at 11 oclock ceremony was performed by Rev Clark qf the Methodist church The attendants were Mis Minnie Arnold and Mr Ilujh Mason Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for their home near Richmond TIIE RECORD extends congratulations Competitive Examination On Saturday Dec 17 at the office qf the County Superintendent an will be held for teachers who desire an appointment to the Normal Department at State College This is a compettive examination and is therefore open to all teachers Four appointments are to be mans and those teachers obtaining the highest average in Arithmetic U S History English Grammar duct Oleography will be en titled to the appointment Elisa J Lusk Co Supt Meeting Closed Ths meeting at the Methodist church closed Tuesday night Rev Morrison leaving the night previous The cold Weather must have affected the as not much was awaked united with the church however and some good was accomplished The trouble is nearly everybody belongs to some church and seem to think this tact alone insures a harp and pair of wings We believe Sam Jones was right whenhe said ninetenths should be turned out and a new deal had all around Death of Mrs Poor Mrs John Will Poor whose serious illness had been mentioned in previous issues of THE RECOKD died at the home of Tier husband CoL John Will Poor in Lower Garrard last Thursday at an early hour Mrs Poor had been ill for a long time but bore her suffering without ever a murmur She was a devout Christian and a woman who was eyer anxious and reedy to help her friends She will be greatly missed in the community in which she resided The remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Friday morning Many Lancaster friends of the family extend great sympathy for tie bereaved husband and family DickersonSutton Miss Lillie Sutton and Mr Ebb Dick erson were married Wendesday after noon at 3 oclock at the home of the bride Tile ceremony was said by Rev Kuykendall of the Fork church The wedding a very quiet affair owing to recent bereavement in the family Miss Sutton is the bright attractive and accomplished daughter of Mr Fred 2 place lead tti H J anyone negotiatingwith IJ Wen esdar he examination enthusiasm morning was c an paid fo Boyle the advertisement 4 Several Sutton Mr Dickerson is a popular business man engaged in a dry goods store in Buckeye After the ceremony an elegant supper was given to the immediate members of the fam ilies of the bride and groom by Mrs Jno Brown We entend to the happy pair and wish them a smooth voyage through life Richmond Goes Dry A telegram from Richmond says the local option election held there in the three magisterial districts of Rchmond Union and Elliston re suited in a victory for the drys by a claiming that as Richmond as a fourth class city is independent of the rest of the county They have already able counsel and say they will fight to the bitter en 1 Money and whisky furnished by Louisville and Cincinnati brewers and distillers were freely used in the election the Christian women and the ministers of the city stayed at the pools all day in the cold buttonhol ing and pleading with the voters Suit Brought Sundays CourierJournal prints the following J M Higginbotham of the estate of M WJohn son brought suit yesterday against the New York Life Insurance for 5000 Ihe action is based on policy on the life of Mr Johnson in July 1893 It is alleged that receiving the policy Mr Johnson returned it to the company to have it divided into two or more policies ag tained by the company which has since refused to deliver it up The administrator states that he wrote to the defendant company on January 20 1S97 announcing Mr Johnsons death whereupon the defendant it is answarei denying that Mr was insured in it M W Johnson was a prominent citizen of GarrarJ county who had a very large amount of insurance in various companies at the tine of his death The is here represented by Mr R P Jacobs of Danville Wm Mca and Harris Marshall of this city That Throbbing Ileidache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their merit for Sick and Nervous Head cohes Tacy make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them On ly 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by R E M Roberts Druggist 1m W congratulation Saturday peopleit n notwithstanding administrator Company issued after policy alleged Johnson administrator Johnson matchless gag ands e ed C TEEMS OF I00 v er Year in Advance SU BSCRJI IO e a Christmas Celebration The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Batsoa Saturday afternoon at the hour All are requested to be present as arrangements for the Christmas celebration will be perfect ed at that time Suit to Recover Fees Suit has been brought by the m mwealth against nearly every cir cuit clerk in the state to recover cer tain fees which the court appeals receitly decided against them The outcome of these suits will be watched with much interest W B Mason exclerl in this county is included in the lot The amount against him is 335 His bondsmen were Benjamin and Mason A Fine Stable Dolph Rice has completed his stable at Danville and it is the best equipped we ever saw A RKCOICD man was shown through the Tuesday and was surprised to find so and handsome an outfit A long string of fresh pretty rubbertire buggies handsome lan deans and many other accommodations are to b2 had and Dolph is quite in his charges Herbert Price looks after the books and B Farris sees that the finishing touches are put onto every rig sent out We bespeak for Mr Rice a liberal share of Drouth Setting In Judging from the big victories won by the temperance people in various towns recently the saloon is fast its grip Somerset Monticello Richmond and in fact every other town voting on the question went dry by large majorities Ten or fifteen years ago a fellow could get on an jag and keep up his work but in recent days drinking and business will come no nearer mixing than will water We do not know whether it is the qualltv or not but we d know from pretty good author ity that a fellow cint keep his tank full of whiskey and do anything else at the same time in these days Lawyer Jaxs A Anderson Deus James A Anderson formerly of tIns city died at his boarding house in Louisville last Thursday after brief illness Mr Anderson was a citizen of Lancaster for many years and engaged in the practice of law in the partnership with Capt Win He euj yed a fine pract and was considered as able an attorney as any at the local bar lie moved to L misville about ten years ago and en gaged in the tobacie business giving usual Com of EL handsome building hors reasonable patronage losing occasional oiland night Hern- don c n s this up shortly after to accept a pose tion as U S ganger The deceased was an honest man in his dealings and and what he said could be relied upon In the practice of law he never fight for the interest of his clients lie was in his 07th year and a brother of William Thomas and John Ander son all well known in this county His wife died several years ago and is Mr Anderson had many friends in Lancaster who greatly regret his death The remains arrived on the train Saturday and were interred in the Lancaster Cem etery Nice line Christmas Carving sets 2t J R Haseldeu Save Your Money A full line of drummers samples at cost Ladies Wraps at cost Come on and save 30 per cent o your money Also on hand a splendid line of Christ mas Candies at lowest prices 26 C D POUHIU A Backwoods Merchant wishes to advertise again It has been sometime since my last appearance but I was t o busy to write an ad By the way I would like to whisper in our editors ear about advertising bringing busness but lies a good fellow so welljust let him go In begining J wish to sy that before this spell is over I think the blue grass will all be snowed under However here is what I have and what I am selling cm at sugar 17 lbs 51 goof prunes 7l2clb best prunes S 12c raisins lOe citron ISc 4 cakes soap 5 rolled oats oc can ily 5c hour 50e per sack Si 55 per 100 lbs can peaches lOc Hulk peas 2 cans split pays for soup oc per ib cheese 15c cackers 2 lbs 15c 120JO matches 5Jc mixed nuts 15c salmon IOc best salmon 2 for 25c good butter oil 9e best coal oil 12c Salt well Im out but taint for long good fresh country sausage 7 l2c furniture shingles c in season All but shingles bought before prices ad vanced So come and get goods for low down prices lot of chairs and rockers just received Come and get yourself your wife your husband or your sweetheart some thing to sit on Coffee same old price bat it ought not to be I have too goods and too many pieces I tell it all just come and I can show you better than I can tell you But I must stop as the editor will get all the profit Of course those prices are cash Yours in hope- R A STOXE resort shyster buried atShelbyville Lee ngs gooduntomatoes 5c lOc coal highup Anew play cant FOR THE NEXT Thirty O IV OVERCOATS SHOES Buy your underwear of us We can save you money See our Ladies Rubbers at 25 35 and 50c We have Everything from the Cheapest the Best in Ladies Shoes Pri ces ranging from 1 to 4 See our Novelties in Neckwear Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers for the holiday trade Beautiful line of Umbrellas New line of 1 Hats Just Received LOGAN ROBINSON t t SPECIAL LOW PRICES t tt t Days t ff ft ito tSUITS BOOTS Ito f t f J t i 1 I 0 c I r a i p f oooo I 0 CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY HO VIS Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I DEANdN tERIS ONE YSAB IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS 50 TUBES J f FRIDAY December 16 1898 OUR troub e with Spain now seemes to be an end The treaty between the United States and Spain was signed at Paris Saturday night The fact was officially announced to the President by Mr Diy who also cabled a full statemeat of the contents of the eight principal articles of the treaty These articles relate to the relinquishment of sovereignty over Cuba the cession o Guam Porto Rico and the Philippines with detailed sti 1 illations as to the evacuation of the Philippines and the release of Filipi 11 s sad Cubans hell prisoners by Spain in trxcianjje for Spaniards held by Ag visnldo Sofar so good mi cii fe r that Uncle Sams troubles sue row beginning The government nearin l ut we very r Come SEE US f you want CHEAP COODS to- T 6 Nice Line of Now for 12 12 15 20 25 38 50 60 75 and 100 per yard nr s Goods Table Linens 20 25 40 50 75 and 100 per yard Also good line of Napkins and Towels Cheaper thanYou saw them of the job lot he now has on hand will be the knottiest problem the old fellow has ever had to deal with If the whole mess could be sold at a fair profit Uncle Sam curd then resume business at the same old stand have a lot of worry off his hands and a nice wad in his pocket beside A CORRESPONDENT of the New York Herald and CourierJournal who has made a careful of the islands is to the conclusion that it is to recognize a native republic in the Philippines The rebels the lowest type and are opposed to any government The better classes are disgusted and want the insurgents from the towns whera they live by pillage They believe that American rule can be gradually but firmly introduced and that an at my of 25030 men with modern artillery could force the disbanding o the rebel A CITY judge at Hopkinsville has posted inebriate lists in all saloons in that city and the name of every fellow who has been fined more than once for drunkenness appears there on The judge has certainly never wrestled with king alcohol or he would know that whenever a fellow tour impossible areof army II forced driven Big Cut in prices on Ladies Jackets and Wraps 400 Garments now 250 600 450 850 600 1200 850 fe lave a Handsome line of ReadyMade Skirts We are selling for 100 125 150 200 250 line of Cotton Fleece lined and Wool Hosiery is complete in every detail and Prices Low Our wants a drink and has the price ibe fluid will ba forthcoming despite all the work done to prevent it a cold tr il with his list There is on ly one way in this world to stop a man from drinking and tha is cone ince him of the his way give Kee ly a shot at him and then keep at work TUB people of Louisville have given a rousing and appropriate welcome to the Legion this This action shows the appreciation the jrejplo have for their soldier boys This is all well and we sincerely hope the Louisville daily papers will now find time to publish something beside the movements and matters of these troops For the two weeks they have prin ted scarctly anything else and the ru ral readers have hid a bountiful suffi ciency thank you THE 20 steer case of No land in Madison was decided Wed nesday in favor of the plaintiff The costs together with lawyers fees ag gregated over 800 It was the fourth trial of the case This is a fair sample of the way some people hold on when they get to Yawing As long as they c n stand off the la vyars and clerk for fees the case generally stays in court at Hon errdr of him last Nolandvs ter week There is more value in our Ladies and Mens SHOESfor the money we ask for them than you will find elsewhere Prices 100 125 150 and 200 We are Showing some Great Values in Boys Youths and MENS SUITS IT looks very much like the Jim Crow has comEr to stay The Appellate Court has overruled a petition for in the case of the Ohio Valley railroad vs Lander This is the case in whch a decision was handed down some weeks ago upholding the separ ate coach If tho colored nigger are given the same accommodations as white folks we fail to why they should kick They ought to be glad to be separated from some classes of white trash Spains Greatest Need Mr R P Oiiyia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at Aiken S C Weak nerves had caused seyere pains in the back of the head Off using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country needs All America knows that it cures liven and kidney trouble purifies the blood tones up the stomach strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and new life into every muscle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need it Every bottle guaranteed on ly 53 cents Sold by 11 E McRobjrts Druggists 1m I ear law rain rehearing see j I EI for everything OlBr U to store Hodqrtori DatE s Our line of Ladies Vests are good values at 15 25 38 and 50cts Union Suits 25 50 75 and 100 Complete line of L D1TEB IN Ladies Misses Childrens Mens Boys at popular prices G See our line of Boys and OVERCOATS at 150 250 300 400 500 and 700 Man S JegaD Dry cceds COQA TEJ 7e71cr t Jf r ei roc r rYCrNSt 4ysaf rt BUENA VISTA W P Ruble shipped a car load hogs to Cincinnati last Friday Mr C M Ruble sold a bunch of fat Dr Ely of Danville preached at the Presbyterian church last Sunday at 11 oclock All the ice houses in this was filled with three inch ice last Monday Mr Mike Robinson of this place has been quite ill for several weeks but is reported much better at this writingYou cordially invitel to attend a Temperance Contest to ba held at Browns Chapel Dec 17th Exercise beginning at 7 p m John Galager of Harrodsburg was in this neighborhood last week receiv ing turkeys for the Christmas market at G cents per pound Frank Duncan of this place has rented in Mercer count near Burgin and will move to same the latter part of this week A c nigh is not like a fever It does LExingtonMonday perhundred property neighborhood not nave to run a certain course Care it quickly and effectually with One Minute Cough Cure the best remedy for all ages an I for the severe ca ses We recommend it because its good At Siormes Drug Store 1m Mr Sechrist of Crittenton is visiting his son B F Sechrist Mrs John L Christopher who has been visiting her sister in Lexington re turned home last Friday Jim Spil man is on a business trip in Texas this week and gone abcut two weeks Philiip Johnson and wire of Washington county are visiting their daughter Mrs C F Ison Mrs Sarah of Lexington is visiting her many relatives here this week Mrs S A Spoonamore made a visit to rela tives in Lincoln last Friday and Sat urlay Mrs E L Cecil of near Lex ington visited her mother Mrs Eliz abeth Lane last week home Sunday A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Mrs Ada E Hart of Groton S D Was taken nated in Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my absent ones above My hus band advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles It has cured me an I thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy woman Trial antccd or price refundeJ 1m BRYANTSVILLE Born to the wife of Dr Jennings a Nath Nos has sold his farm to Mr McWhorterThe are being filled in his vicinity with three inch ice Thompson Arnold has moved near Lancaster and will make it his future homeMiss Altie Boner entertained a few of her friends on Thursday evening at Camp Nelson Jerry Higgins has rented the Woos aim and will move to it soon Hence Bush will move to the Royston farm near Paint Lick Mrs H Bash rave a beautiful en tertainment at her near here hursday evening Everything was nicely arranged for the occasion null quite a number of guests enjoyed her nospitality Mrs Berkele has gone to Paducah to visit her daughter Mrs Jones Mrs Nannie Hughes is visiting friends in this vicinity R L Jennings of Paint Lick visited his parents Sunday Rev Allen Danville visited friends here Monday and Tuesday Joe Hasellen was among his many friends here last weekPains in the chest when a person has a c jlJ a tendency toward pneumonia A piece of flannel dam pened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bounl on to the chest over the seat of pain will promptly relieve the pain and prevent the threatened of pneumonia trert ment will cure a lame back in a few hours Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist Ira Mrs John W Poor who has been to her bed more than 3 months died on the 8th of December She was an excellent Christian woman will be missed in this community The funeral took place at Mt Olive church conducted by Rev Humphrey after which her remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster Cemetery The members of the Christian church Pleasant Grove are preparing a box of clothing and provision to be sent to the Widows and Orphans home at Louisville Any one wishing to con tribute anything it will be receives at A S Haseldenti at Bryantsville before the 23th instant The box will be sent off Tuesday 21st inst Each one of us should do what we can and all will be Mr Hardin Norris clerk in the drug store of R Shoemaker Perry Illinois says A man came into our store the other day and said want a bottle of that stuff that saves childrens lives I read in the News about it The get sick when we can not get the doctor enough Its the medicine you sell for croup He 1 to Cbamberlamb Cough Remedy and bought a bottle before he left the stcra For sale by R K McBoberts 1m most Wm will b S pith andreturned mylungs was DrugStore girl hme o same and thankfully Mrs 1 I Dray allude I tIt Mr indicate attack This confine l well- S children qu cIr Druggist HOLD ON A MINUTE It you are on a Bargain Chase it will pay you well to con sider thefollowing Special Inducements which we offer dur jug the Holidays only LOOK AT THESE PRICES Extra nice Gum Drops assorted flavors at 4 c a lb Extra nice Mixed Candy worth IDC goes at 6c lb French Cream Candy worth aoc at 10 a lb Most Delicious Chocolate Cream Drops worth 2ocat iz4c Boston Peanut Crist our leader worth 2ocat 10 Imported Burnt Almonds nothing nicer at 120 a Ib Chocolate covered Dates a Queens food at 12C a lb Bananas yellow as gold extra fine flavor at 10 to 15C doz Preserves all flavors at 7c a lb Other things as low in proprtion Come in and see us BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO r Finestsoft r F i 1i r 1 f1 1I 1I i tmnmmmgljillHII I lULwm1i1IDlWIIummmulIIlly tnmmmUmmmi lOUR STOCK I 1 IS NOW ALL IN I I Please Call amI Inspect It AND IS THE MOST COMPLETE TTiiA vIi ETiii I MorrowI CANDELABRA BEAUTIFUL MIRRORS are a few of the many articles we have for the Holiday trade It will pay you to come and see our line Never before have we been able to show complete a stock in every department LillardDANVILLE KY CHRISTMAS BARGAINS Tlie are Many Ttei are Desireable ARE RELIABLE Our choice selections of New Holiday Goods are now ready for the inspection and approval KNOW AGOOD Come in and be pleasantly surprised with our large stock of Silver Novelties Dolls Medallians and hundreds- of new Novelties Stones Drug Store O600O0Q0000 QO00QO Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KINNIARD mimf mimf MIffiilffi1fMmimf Mmm1MIm1If1Mfff LOVELY MEDALLIONS EXQUISITE curr aLASS HANDSOUE BOOKS CCCCDCOU OOOlCUU o Sot J 110 I I II I I- TIEY I s I i I ALL WHO THING WHEN THEY SEE IT I i ft i i I Jl u r rAeooooooocooeoooaaooooaoooooooaoo oooceoooooooooooooooooao 8 jtis- i oft I oooooaoooooooaooooaoeeoooaooo F A BUSINESS success in life This being conceded it Is of first Importance get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank TILE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY I I BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY McRoberts I EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates prominent over the United It will be mailedto you FREE lIneGraduates h r K l- I 4 HERE WE KEEP A SHOUTING FROHMAN CO DANVILLE TO 3S W FARE SELLING THE BEST GOODS FOR THE MONEY ALL OUR GOODS ARE GUARANTEED 0 0 US SHOOT IOJgJ TllLIS rj JL E JLoQ1BI KY LISTEN DOLL 11EAR I EE YOV Z = t 4 i 1- S t Mens Fine Suits from 5 to18 Best Workmanship Style Fit Mens Fine Dress Storm Overcoats Top Coats Same for Boys and Children I I Overcoats Y t Mens Pants at everyjprice Warranted Never to Rip Full Dress Shirts Stylish Colored Shirts Best Unlaundered Shirts 50c WORK SHIRTS Odd ft J L FROHMAN CO THE C L O E E DANVILLE KY 00 O 0OOOC OO OOOOOOOO OO I Jooc you Seen our Bargain Window Stop iQok at the prices and you will be sure to come in and buy Ribbons that sects now go at 25cts 4oct Ribbons have been reduced to sects and so on 75C Fancy Featbrs now go at Valking socts Baby Caps irom 25cts to 75ctS Rem nants of Satins Veilings Etc at a mere trifle Come in we take please in showing our goods Phone 85 Respectfully NOEL SISTERS ere 150 Fancy Fe hers for 75ets 125 Fancy Feathers now go at Soc 25cts Nice Felt Hats 5octs Sailors ats Ribbons ilks Hand I acts w I CENTRAL 1ECOKD FRIDAY Dccemfcr 1C 1898 PERSOML Dr James W Grant kin Mt Ver lion on business I 1 Miss Elisa Lusk is at h office again after a few days illness Miss Jennie Gulley hasten visiting Misses Addie and Bertha Misses Kate and Eddie Inton are lIon Robert larding Danville attended circuit court here Mrs Price Grant of has been visiting her mother Mrularriet Price Miss Susie Maupin of is visiting her sister Mrs or lam 1 Mr and Mrs A D Ford Bry antsville are visiting her Dr Etbert Smith of Jellico 1m is the guest of her mother Farris W G Brown of Chicago has en the guest of his father Judge lh Brown Mrs Lizzie Hays of Stanford here visiting her sister Mrs Beazley Miss Alice Hudson has return from a visit to Miss Steele near olasville Miss Mary Cash of Stanford is ing entertained by Miss Florence Hal ris this week l Mr and Mrs A M Miller of lasville have been visiting Mr Mrs Jacob Joseph Mr Crockel editor of the Herald of Louisville has been in the city for a few days John Slaughter and little sister Ol lie of Boyle visited Miss Julia Mae Gaines the past week Miss Bessie Burnside returned from a pleasant visit to Lebanon Louisville and Stanford Rev Henry Faulconer and wife ave been spending several days with W U Mason and family Miss Bettie Powell after a visit to her cousin Miss Lizzie Thompson has returned to her home in Hustonville Mr Mike Kennedy and wife of Crab Orchard hive taken charge of the farm in Lower Garrard for next yearMr Millard Rout is confined to his bed with rheumatism Dr Webb of Iexington has been with him several days Miss Eugenia Bush was tendered a surprise party Saturday evening at the residence of her father Dr Bush on Miss Pearl the attractive and pretty visitor of Miss Florence returned to her home in Eliza Monday Mr Alex West and Mrs W M Lear of Lancaster spentSaturday and Sun day with Mrs Chas F Denman Jessamine Journal Mr John M Higginbotham and W McC Johnston have return ed from Louisville where they went to look after the Johnson case of which is made elsewhere Lt John M Farra and Major James y ODDODIDO visiting theIr sister Mrs nesday Da lIe Ric Jose fath EvansMrs Mrs s Wa r Ni f Nich Monday r Sutton Richmondavenue Holcomb rris J htown attorney mention I I 1 00oooooQO 000000000 L00000000r 1 rnside tor Lear W nd eo a Penticos t t r r k d- Xr e 1 AFraPJ d tai 2 A IJurnside went to Louisville this week to that the Legion was prop erly welcomed Many others intended to go but the miserable weather bluff themGen R Collier is confined to his room by asthma Miss Julia Reid reported some better today but is still in a critical condition Miss Jaynie Shumate attended the marriage of her sister in Danville Wednesday John Anderson of Washington City was called to the bidside of his father Mr Vm H Anderson who is dangerously ilL Miss Oivia Sweeney and George Palmer drove over to Danville Wed nesday to attend the marriage of Miss Katherine Shumate to Eid E V Spl cer of Selrha Ala The Social Club met with Miss Mae Hughes Wednesday afternoon A very enjoyable time was spent Music president and a selection by Miss Alice Hudson The following were present Misses Nellie Marrs Altie and Bessie Marksbury Mae Hughes Lillian Kinnaird Fannie Collier Grace Kinnaird Julia Mae Gaines Maggie Tomlinson Eugenia Bush Carrie Currey Hattie Elkin Alice Hudson Mrs A H Rice Mrs R Kinnaird and Mrs Louis Landram The club will meet with Miss Elisa Lusk next Wednesday afternoon at oclock The most enjoyable social of the past week was the masquerade party given by Miss Julia Mae Gaines at her home on Lexington avenue The fol lowing guests were present Misses Olivia Sweeney Queen Florence Nun Mary Cash Lady of theLake Pearl Holcomb Nun Mabel Royston Widow Lula Graham Topsy Lillie Noel Washerwoman Nannie Harris of JJearts Grace Kinnaird Red iding Hood Mattie Thompson Lib Bessie Marksbnry Flower Girl Mae Gaines Maud Muller Anderson Eugenia Bush and Aggie Tomlinson Visitors Messrs In llerndon cook Herbert Kinnaird ol negro woman Frank Marksburyt Hubbard Henry Simpson Dude Louis West Lame Mi Will Walker Rastus Jesse Wal Allen Hiatt Jack the Rip Mount Winter Jno Slaugh ter Man Randolph Harris Little Ernest Brown San ta Will Embry Dancing Mas ter Frisbie Fisher Herring Ed Harry Robinson Beaux of the Ening Questions Answered the use of making a better article your competitor if you get price for it Ans s there is no difference in the price taepublic will buy only the bet ter so hit while our profits may be smaller orila single sale they will be much greater in the aggregate How cjifyeu get the public to know your malt If both articles are brought nently bore the public both are cer tain to be tried and the public will ve ry quickly bass judgment on them and use only th better one This explans the large sale on Cham berlains Coigh Remedy The people have been it for years and have found that i can always be depsnded upon They say occasionally take up with some fashionable novelty put exaggerated claims are certain to to the one that they Mow to be reliable and for coughs and croup there is nothing equal t Chamberlains Cough Remedy For sale by R E McRob erts Druggist l n see e 1 members Harris ueen ty lies of mother S mer de Ring per ohn at Loc aun tleroy CI ed Gain and Tw orated What t n cannot II otter ing bu t tarn remedy ids lSi7J f1 to 9 th was bye Alto is he best prom forthwith c w y i i r A Frightful Blunder cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers BoilS Felons Corns all Skin Erup tions Best Pile cure on earth Only 2 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m In Love and Memory of Mrs J W Poor whodepartedthis life December 7th at half past two In our home we stood silently lessly by and with selling hearts watched the pure spirit of one of Gods Angels on earth pass into the silent beyond that bourne from whenca no traveler err returns Yet ere her pure spirit winged its way to Heaven she was given the power which is given to to give assurance to her friends that while her body lingered in our sight yet her soul was so far in the Heavenly realms that she was in spirit with her loved and lost while her body was with her family on earth With her sons and mother she was gather the flowers and fruit she so well earned by hr life of labor for others Her husband has lost gods best gift to man a good wife we her children our best and truest friend a pure kind loving mother No selfish love would call her back to a life of untold pain and suffering though our hearts ache for a sight of her dear kind face and a touch of her ministering hand Sleep well dear mothers form for your soul is safe wit a its maker and oaly awaits its resurrec morning Already you have heard on the other shore the welcome pau dit well done thou good and faithful servant possess the Kingdom prepare 1 for you How happy her end In a house not make with hands eternal in the Heavens wa know she awaits us We know the vase is broken but the scent o the to it still and the blessing of had so sainted a mother is ours and time cannot change this memory So loves and hopes must wither and decay The light and joy and song of home depart And missing be the forms we oft have pressed No life but knows its chill November day Nor in this world was ever there a heart That did not hold in grief its empty nest The Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and distinct vision S3 are thbse persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold atSocts McRoberts Drug Store That Sparrow Marcellus Ky Doc 12 1898 Editor RECORD I have noticed in your valuable paper the at hand between Judge M D Hughes and X Y Z This maybe overlooked by some of our cit izens and allowed to drift along until all our standing army will be over worked in trying to stop the trouble Most of the people in my neck of the woods are Christians and peacable folks and have gone through with la grippe 45et wheat tollgate trouble Spanish war and many other but if we are threatened with this new disturbance what it may come to is the question now most ex citing our people In his letter Judge Hughes threatens more than the people can stand he boldly threatens to open up on X Y Z with evervlawyer in Lancaster Just think of that That would b3 a terrible calamity for we have all noticed that whenever ONE lawyer starts at anyone that is the last of that parson The shock caused by this terrible disturbance between the two gentlemen has so affcted the people of this community that I feel it my duty to try in some way to bring about a settlement and let the nation get quiet once War is truly horrible but in all its bloody work it will not be a patching to the weeping wailing and gnashing of teeth caused by this trouble if the lawabiding peaceloving citizens dont take a hand and sea that these men are made to lay down their arms and cease hostilities Olive Branch Coughed 25 Years I sufficed for 25 years with a con jh spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Bells ey This remedy makes weak lungs strong It my life J B RoselL Grantsburg IlL McRoberts Willoften had t cling Affray trouble now hardships more and hassaved t i t Arni- ca lel yew ion roars having Pine TarHo Drugstore 1 r n UnderwearCotton Balbriggan Union Suits for Men and Boys Dress Shoes Work Shoes Farm Shoes at Low prices Call see them and Save Money 1 t t t f Bjys guns skates and JR llaselden Words In Memory I visited Lancaster last August and as an old friend visited Mrs Greenleaf and found her quite feeble in bodybut in mind and memory I could see but little change from former years I have known her for the last 50 years and for twentyfive years lived a next door neighbor to her and know that wasready at all times to wait on sick and suffering My objjct in this was simply to in dorse the remarks of Elder Geo Gow en as to her christiau character Peace to her ashes N SANDIFER The bad weather cut the usual crowi nearly half Monday but those who came seemed hungry for cattle All of the 150 on the market changed hands four eats bolus the best price Butch er cattle sold at 2 12 to 3 14 Mules anJ plug horses were dull Journal Soaking healing cleansing Witts Witch Hazel Salve is the impla cable enemy of sores burns and wounds It never fails to cure Piles You may rely it At Stormes Drug Store 1m Sassafras Christians The Madisonville Hustler talks out in meetin as follows We do not say it in a way of faultfinding neither as a slur upon any church or on Christi anity but there is no doubt that we have in the world too many Sassafras Christians It that there are those who do not know what kind or a Christian a Sassafras Christain is We will explain Every farmer who uses wood well knows that when a lot of pieces of wood are put and fire set to them that the wood will blaze pop ani make such a noise that it would seem that the world was on fire But separate the pieces and in less than five minutes the fire has gone out the crackling has eased and the whole thing is as cool as if no blaze had ever existed Many professed Christians are the same way When they are together ia a protracted ef fort they are warm they get hot they make a noise and t the looker on one would suppose that there was enough religion on hand to fire the world but as soon as the membars seperate like the sassafras chunk they cease to burn or blaze Such people are Sassa iras Christians Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be de pended upon and is pleasant and safe to take Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m MT HEBRON Messrs Jsaac Montgomery and John Onstott are very ill at this writing Landram BurJett who has been ve ry low with fever is improving idlyMr James Johnson closed a ten days singing school at this place Sun day A Christmas tree will be given by the young folks of this vicinity at Mt Hebron school house in the after noon of the 24th inst beginning at one oclock All are most cordially invited to attend Mr Editor please say to the people through your columns that it snowed Sunday night Late to bed and early to rise pre pares man for his home in the skies But early to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser At Stormes DrugStore 1m Miss A E Scott returned Saturday from Burgin where she spent several days with her brother Miss Iva John son returned to her home in Jessa mine Sunday Mr Samuel Duncan gave a social Saturday evening in of his guests Miss Iva Johnson and Messrs James Braiden and Preston Cox All report an enjoyable time Misses Belle Allen and Edith Mont gomery the pleasant guests of E lna Scott Saturday night For Dr J C Bishop of Agnew Mich says I have Foleys Honey and three very severe of pneu monia the past month with good te salts Call at any drug store 1m amunition- 2t t D ras together rap a honor were ul d Turin she e communication Stanford Court a upon maybe Sasso Pneumonia cases Planters CUBAN RELIEF Cone Neuralgia and Toothache a fire mlautea Sour Stomach urea maser CoBplalata Price 25 Ceate 4 t t f v i ani y e ti = SWEENEY S Morgan has two good milk cows for sale Salt for sale at Sweeney at per barrel also boards and shingles for saleMessrs Ed Perkins and sister Miss Jennie of Marksbary attended the wedding Overcome evil with good Overcome your coughs and colds with Oae Min ute Cough Cure It is so good children cry for it It cures croup bronchitis pneumonia grippe and all throat and S Morgan bought from different parties 403 bbls of corn at per barrel also bought of This Stone 12 head of cattle at 2 90 per hundred 20 from O B Perkins at Sets and 12 from J F Pettus at same price also sold to B F Robinson head of hogs at 83 cts per hundred Mr and Mrs Taylor House and Mr and Mrs Loyd Bourne spent Sunday at Pettis Mr J F family of Crab Orchard have moved to this vicinity Mrs An drew Thompson of Preachersville and Mrs W II Brown spent Sunday with M and Mrs Dave Thompson Veak Eyes Are Made Strong dim vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a gu trantee at McRjberts Drug Store FLATWOOD John Cottongin is building on the Thompson land School closed at Lawson schoolhouse Friday Dec 9h W II Furr has put tip a Photo at his place of business On the 7th occurred the wedding of Mr Holland Rose and Nannie Bolton at the home of the bride Rev McHutchins solemnized the affair W n Furr bought three loads of corn of Mrs James Hutchins at barre lie also bought several of corn at 110 delivered from other parties He also bought a fine hog of Doc hunt for 3 Dr R Farris is visiting in Rockcas tIe Mary Furr and daughter are in Indiana Clyde McCarty spent Sunday in the city of Berea with C 5172 Pettus DrugStore 51 00 3 withrelatives Smithand J t Gallery Miss 1 loads 5 Clemma relatives I 1lcCurley M r Nobby Line of Neckwear New Styles Uptodate Stuff Suits Made to Order here our Store Umbrellas Canes Night Robes Bath Robes Holiday Goods tf t J tf X fat 8 rt MARSHALS SALE FOR CITY TAXES I will on January the 7th 1S99 sell to the highest bidder in front of the Court House in Lancaster Ky the following property for city taxes for the year ISJS Arnold W A Gar Hrs 1 lot 3 Boyle It Hot 5 62 Boyle Henry 2 lots OS Beazley Mrs George Cunningham Mrs Mary 2 lots J 57 Doors Jas 5 y5 Grant Dr JV 1 lot s JS Hamilton J I 1 lot S SS Hood Miss Emma Hot 5 S3 Miller 2 lots n S3 Marrs Mrs Margaret 1 lot 5 52 Moss 3d acres c 65 Singleton Hun 1 lot 3 2 Shea John 1 lot 4 35 Wprtham Smith lot 4 v Wherritt lot 5 73 COLORED LIST Buford Gran 2 lots 2 25- Cuningham Bonyl lot 35 Dunn Ben 1 lot co Gates Heirs 1 lot 1 Huffman Sylvia Hot 1 07 Kemper Stephen 1 lot 3 10 Leavell Nick 1 lot 2 30 Mulling Harry 1 lot 30 Middleton Ed 1 lot 2 76- Maupin Bill 1 lot i 97- McKobeits Kiz 1 lot 1 5 Tellman Jo 1 lot i 07- KichieEdmond 1 lot 2 no Simpson Jack 1 lot 2 30 Schooler Martha 1 lot i 33 Thomas Alec 1 Ijt 2 15- Yantis Lewis 1 lot 2 JOE M WALKER M C L James II Gastineau Dead James II Gastineau a prominent farmer near Point Leavell died San day from hemorrhage Deceased was near his fiftieth year and was highly respected by all who knew him The remains were interred in the Lancas ter Cemetery Tuesday lie leaves a wie and five children who have the sympathy of many friends Lung Irritation is the forerunner to consumption Dr Bells PineTarHoney will cure it and such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Shivering In Ills Tent THE RECORD received long letter from SergL Fred Conn who is now stationed at Savannah Ga lie is a member of Co M 2nd La Vols lie says while the days are quite yet the nights make ones teeth chatter loud enough to disturb the sleeping of those about him 2 E l lot S It O give DrugStore pleasant 1Y 31 I Tom 1 2 I Ring out the old Ring in the new Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs areexhfla rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no iodination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS BottlM Only 260 60o and 10O Pine Tar Honey SIze e I AM 88 YEARS OLD and never need Honey It gives quick and permanent relief to gripaa well colds BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bills PinTarlNiy HOLIDAY GOODS DIAMONDS STERLING ARTICLES JEWELRY ETCC N MCDONNELL Jeweler and Optician DANVILLE KENTUCKY I 111 t any equal to 88 congh and It makes week I UD I A 1tetclAlfe- 18i1IUab K7 e r r e e e e I I II I r i t f f I I II I It I Ia hLUlRI I I Pine 1ur M Or MOp000400044 M 1 I IgNf if1NN NMMNN i 4w W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley uniT mmHANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN 2r R EnldstEin 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 ORGANIZED 1883 d I ITIZSNS NATIONAL BANK OP LA30A8TEE FT f Capital Surplus Ftirxd 50OOO 1OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J K IIlGOINEOTHAH LEWIS Y LSAVKLL B F HUDSON W O EIOSXY WALKEK President VIcePrealdent Cashier Assistant Cashi Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHlSaiNBOTHAM LEWIS Y LEA VSL- LJSJOENSOK T H C JK B F HCDSOK iLEZGiBss JJWALKXS JACOB Y HOBINSON TO CHICAGO BEST TERMINALS Indianapolis Peoria and Michigan Points Trains leave Seventh Street Station and First Street Station City Ticket Office 21S Fourth J GATES General Agent Passenger Dept LOUISVILLE KY Quecu Crescent Ilouto PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 603 a m Number Daily except Sunday 113 p m Number Dully 348 a m Number 2 dont stop 417p m SOUTH BOUND mNumbermNumber NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Val ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on shortest notice Special attention given Com martial Travelers Election Notice An election for Directors of the National Bank of Lancaster to serve the ensuing year will be held at the Banking House in Ky on the 2nd Tuesday 10th day of Jan nary 1809 between the hours of 10 a m to 1 p m VmHKInnaIrd Cashr Electron Notice Therewill be a meeting of the shareholders of the Citizens National Bank held in their in Lancaster Ky between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m Tuesday January 10th 1899 for the purpose Board of Directors to serve the ensuing year Deotf 1893 B F Hudson Catar C D YAR OLD AIt OLD BIG r Un R UTB the RICE BENGE office electing- a Avenu- eS 4 Lancaster s oj i J w j w 1 I Leads to Consumption Catarrhf 0 A Forerunner cf the Most Fatal Disease Though its offensive features jiro sorHiiinios lImos unbearable fuv people are aware of the danger which Catarrh is the forerun nero Catarrh invariably leads to Consumption Growing worse and worse each winter those who rely upon the usual treatment of washes and inhaling mix tares find that it is impossible to dwelt the disease with these local Applications which only reach the surface The offensive discharge iucnasfs all tho while causing a personal defilement and gets dmper mid deeper until it is olr a question of a short time until the lungs are affected TJo importance of the proper treatment CUll therefore appreciated But no good what ever can be expected from local applications as such treatment never did cure Catarrh and never FARI m STOCK NOTES The Agricultural Department esti mates the crops or corn and oats for 1S93 as worth S3 0090 JO more than the same crojs for 1S97 Although Col J P Cnn sold his great thoroughbred horse Lissack and a num er of brood mares at the Lax ington sale he did not by any means sell out as he has yet about first yearlings and 10 brood mares Djmocut Oa account ol low prices for feed there is more money in butter at 20 Cents now than there was at 25c a few yjars ago but when we undertake to warm up creek water with the tIn profit becomes an evanescent dream 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 Drug Store 4 1m The Ruril N w Yorker has teen lio ring up tile law about tresspassing it finds that we have no more right to fowl premises titan we would have to let a ho r or a mule go foraging in our neigh bor fields Lixington horsemen who atteniiled the bgsale in New York the past two weks have returned home and all are Ii hgli spirits ovrr the result alt s ay that itlooks very much like old times to soe horses bringing such g o prices and arc confident that poil tines IILVC come to stay Slock It is estimated by competent judges that Clark cjunty Ky farmers marketed or will market this season 7500 flue fat cattle at prices that will bring 453000 to 500000 into the coun ty Many of these cattle are exported to Eaghind Bourbon is the only county in the state that exceeds Clark in this respect this year having mark eted it is sad about 10000 head 050000 Constipation prevents the holy from ridding itself of waste matter DC Witts Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and Sick Headache Billiousness Inactive Liver and clear the Complexion Small sugar coated dont grij e or cause nausea At Stormes Drug Store 1m Court of Appeals of Kentucky in a decision regarding boundary lines be tween lands declared that a fence built as dividing line by parties adjoining lands and so mentioned by them for forty years or more must be regarded in law as establishing such a line even if it does not agree with the calls of the deeds The following is tha general rule for measuring corn Two cubic feet of good sound dry corn in the ear will make a bushel of shelled corn To the quantity of shelled corn in a of corn in the ear measure the length f fir ys fling of IJ readily will ooo o c ooooooccco oooooot OOOO C4 0 c 00 100 o 2 cass corn f hand iota sry off the hey P 1 hay owning box 6 L I or- over cure I I hnd such a severe chsc of Catarrh that I lost my hearing in one ear and part of the bone in my nose sloughcs off I was constantly treated itl sprays and wishes hut each winte seomfd to have a firnuv hold on me I linilly been de clarod incurnble when 1 decided t try S S S It seemed to get right the seat of the disease and cured nit permanently for I have hid no of Catarrh for seven years Mns JOSEPHINE POLHIIL Due West S C Those who have hud the firsi touch of Cuiarrl will save GKllesi suffering by tak ing the right remedy at tin s outset Other who have f o i sought re lief and found only disappoint ment in local treatment will fim it wise to waste no further tim on sprays washes inhaling mix lures etc which are only tempo rary and can not save thjm fron Consumption Catarrh is a deep seated blood disease S S S i the only remedy which can roach the very bottom of the diseasr and cure it permanently JJooks sent free by the Swift Specific Company Atlanta Ga breadth and height of the box inside of tha rail multiply the leigth by the breadth and the pro by the height then divide the product by two and you have the number of bushels of shelled corn in the box Ex Many a household is saddened by death because of the failure to keep on hand a safe and absolute certain cure for croup such as the One Minute Cough Cure See that your little one are protected against emergency A Stormes Drug Store 1m The wool market for sometime past has been d moralized by the enormous importations in the fiscal yeir 1S95DO amounting to 250562020 pound5 due to the expectation of the high tarff which was placed upon wool by the Dingley tariff law Importers still own a large portion of this foreign grown wool The low prices now for wool are not due to a large growth in this country for the United States wool clip last year was the smallest reported for more than a de cade bring only 251 153251 pounds and the clip of this year is estimated at 20 72GS4 pounds There are less cattle in proportion to population in the country today than at any time in the past few years When this condition is cupled with the fact that the raising of a profitable herd of dairy cows is a slew work it can be readily seen that there is LO brunch of farming which actually holds bttar than Just p y this consideration to any respecting thin promising outlook for either wheat wool or cattle raising and then keep out of the throng that is about to pellmell into one or the other of these la t named branches Ex 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 quickly cures it Why suffer when such a cough cure is within reach It is pleasant to the taste At Stormes Druj Store 1m The Cincinnati Price Current says that the total export of hog products for the year ending June 30 1SCS amounted to 942003000 pounds of meat and 707000000 pounds of lard worth altogether about 110000000 The over the year previous was in 139000033 pounds of lard 153000003 pounds of bacon 30 030000 pounds of ham and 21009000 pounds of salt pork The American hog is very much in evidence and plays no small part in our business relations with other countries and we are not ashamed of him if he does not come out too conspicuously until he is dead All clussesof live stock show an over ondition December ls t 1SD7 The following comparisons show per cent of improvement each being condition compared with years Horses December 1st 1897 95 December 1st 1893 98 Cattle De camber 1st 1SG7 92 Dacember 1st 1898 101 Sheep December 1st 1897 94 December 1st 1898 98 Decem I I r l 1 F fI f ii yr offered ape calculation beef rush Cur increase roundnumbers improvement average Hogs lint toad J lout dairying I Gill ani jsea this C le ratai Waon at It faUjarranted and Excels all others Tarai ffii iiiieryAlways on Hand I ckT3 7 IAII Kinds I itk ber 1st 1837 92 Djcember 1st 1898 93 So says Mr Lucas m his crop re port The person who disturbed the con gregation last Sunday by coughing is reqnesic to call at any drugstore and get a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar which always gives liu 1 he Buigin Messenger says John Huiruely bought in Cincinnati last wee 135 head of common cattle selected by him at the yards for winch he paid 25 a hundre 1 Mr Iluguely does this every year He says they pay than heavy atoci that three cf Ui iin will e t no more than one heavy bullock while the gain of the fo mer up to July will ba not les than 1200 pounds The gain of the latter to Oc tober will notexcejd 40 pounds lIe says he can get on an average 4 cts a pound for the light stock and 4 3G ct3 for the heavy stock mikiag him on the above calculation 4S for the former and 19 for the latter A poultry breeder says a bushel of corn will produce six pounds of pork worth 23 cuts while whis bushe would keep a hen a year She would lay at least twelve dozen eggs which averaging lOc a dzea would equal 20 and she would re ir a brood of chickens worth twicd as much more making a total of nearly 5 m do at the Utah agricultural experiment station seems to prove the cjrroctness of the statement mud abovo Another writer says Forty dozen eggs will bring more than a load of hay which requires a great deal of labor to produce and a goo sized patch of ground to grow besides a lot of sweat Study ques tion and Sliipstufi 1 have on hands a fine lot of bran and shipsiuff Will deliver at and 12 pr ton Luy now while it is cheap JOHN II POTTS nov25 Gilberts Creek Ivy Christmas Gifts The Howard Tailoring company of Chicago will give a life size Crayon Portrait in a beautiful gil rame 1C by 21 inches valued at 250 with each suit or overcoat sold before Christmas You can have any picture enlarged Prices same as before You can take this portrait or a watch or a handsoma umbrella valued at 250 Send your order in time M D Hughes Agent NUBI AN TEA curcs DvPeP- B SWiJtfava sia Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts IMPORTANT DECISION Conclusion Is Not of lilackllstins by a Railroad Company Says tire Kentucky Court of Appeals FRANKFORT Ky Dec 14 The court of appeals Tuesday decided that a employe who had been blacklisted and in a suit against the road for alleged he had thus been deprived of the right to work at his only for other roads could not damages because this allegation was merely a conclusion of the pleader and not shown to be a fact The plaintiff in the case is John Hundley of Marion county who had been discharged by the L N for neglect of duty Judge Payn ter delivered the opinion and it is the first time the question has ever been decided in Kentucky The inference can be drawn from the opinion that the employe can recover damages if he proves that the blacklist prevents him from securing employment CATHOLIC SOCIETIES Two of Them Interested in Money Tied Up in a Kentucky Estate of Jerry OCallaghun OWEXSBORO Ky Dec 14 The Savings bank paid into court 81800 attached by the city of Owens boro for taxes on the estate of Jerry OCallaghan on deposit in the Citizens for tire years 189180 inclusive OCallaghan claimed that the money was not his having been deeded to his brother Rev Eugene OCallaghan Rev Father OCallaghan died leaving a will bequeathing all the property to the Nazareth and Loretto societies Jerry OCallaghan lived for years penury and the strictest selfdenial but lending money freely on good se curity He is now living at Loretto The suit is to determine as to whether the money belonged to Jerry OCallag han for the years named Hi avy Verdct Set A ide LOUISVILLE Ky Dec 14 The court of appeals Monday at Frankfort re versed the decision of the lower court in the case of Kaufman Strauss Co of this city against the Louisville Gas Co It will be remembered that in 1892 a boiler in the plant of the Louisville Gas Co in the rear of Kaufman Strauss Co exploded and as a result the latter companys building was Suit for 300000 was entered against the Louisville Gas Co and a verdict for that amount recovered Judge Hazelrigg Tuesday reversed the decision The Fulton Mrstery Ky Dee 14 The body ol the dead woman Iound in the woods near Fulton is that of Mrs Dut lands and she formerly resided at Ft and married a man there She was raised in Ohio and has friends there She was a wanderer in recent years and addicted to the use of Her husbond died three years ago at Van Buren Ark It is still lieved here that the woman was lured to the spot where found and Many have lost confidence and hope as well as health bee use they have ean told ther Kidney disjase wis in a Foleys Kidney Cure is Gu iranteed remedy for the discourag ed and disconsolate V Cell at any drug tore e i I better Experiments theegg ran 10 han some I root railroad damages profession recover railroad I CourtThe j Citizens I I I herein I destroyed FULTON Row Smith4rk morphine murdered Lost bC1i able ii S t 1 h THREATS OF LYNCHING He Would Itither Hani Than LITS the County the Irs oer II Trta Slay Be Continued BOWLING GREEN Ky Dec son Franklin the alleged murderer of his motherinlaw Mrs Pales neir Barren county and who was brought here some time since for fear of a lynching was returned to Glasgow Sunday The trial of Franklin is set for Monday and it is said that his attorneys will endeavor to get a continuance If the case is continued a lynching may follow Franklin avoided atTest for almost two months and had ample to get away but he says he would rather be hanged than to leave the county Will Sue for Feet FRANKFORT Ky Dec General Taylor will file suits Saturday against 39 present and excircuit clerks for sums aggregating S10 300 paid theta as fees in felony cases The law under which they were paid has since been declared unconstitutional and tho court of appeals rendered a decision compelling clerks to refund fees al ready patti them Among the clerks and exclerks of counties sued are the following Shelby Garrard 1enclle ton Montgomery Doyle Hen John son Harlan 1erry Graves Scpt Davicss Mngoflin Lawrence Lincoia Laurel Rowan Bracken Clark and Knox Death Preferred to and i iu r- 1ADUCAH Ivy Dec 12 Death was preferred to cold and hunger by Bessie Fisher yet in her teens who suicided by discharging a pistol in her mouth The girl had been left alone with a fatherless babe and a little sstir and brother without food or fuel in a di shanty She suicided to get Dut of the way saying the children would then be fed The lead was shocking in all respects LEXINGTON Ky Dec 12 An effort is being made to have Senatfcr Stephen B Elkins of West Virginia1 SjstSUr lish his antitrust tobacco factory this city That this is the center the burley district is a point in Lexing tons favor The proposed factory will employ 5000 people and cost 2000000 Tx8 Coiiiins in Slowly FRANKFORT Ky Dec to date 77 sheriffs have settled in full with the state auditor and received their quietus Among those who settled are heriff Henry Bosworth of the county of Fayette who paid into the treasury 391001 and the sheriff of Union coun ty who paid in 012051 Other whose sheriffs paid in smaller mounts were Pendleton Morgan Met cer Muhlenburg Adair and Franklin Tobacco Growers Meet LEXINGTON Ky Dec meeting of the State League of Tobacco Grow ers recently formed was held in this city Friday State organizers was chosen to go all over the state and county leagues The league is taking active legal steps against tho tobacco trust This is the first mcet ing since its organization quest of Public ray NICIIOLASVILLE Ky Dec 12 John Steele J D Hughes and Thomas But ler were selected as trustees of the Presbyterian church Sunday to go to Bloomington Ill to receive a legacy of 530000 left for a public library by Mrs Sarah Withers of Bloomington Tire library will be under the snper vision of the Presbyterian church Davirss County Confederates OWENSBORO Ky Dec 9 The annual meeting of tire Daviess County Confed crate association will be hold Saturday afternoon for the election of officers and transaction of other business In Fear of Ilein Lynched IIorKiNSViLLE Ky Dec 9 A T Quarterman the tramp barber who killed Brakeman William Carr at Earl ington is in jail here and is in great fear of mob vengeance However there has been no talk of lynching him Quarterman still maintains that he did not intend to kill Carr Dniis S tit S ttlrd BOWLING GREEN Ky Dec 9 Eight damage suits against the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co brought by phrties in Edmonson county amount ing in all to more than 200000 have been compromised The horses at tached to a wagon in which the were seated became frigntened at the train and ran away thowing the occupants out and injuring several of them The eight suits They Want LEXINGTON Ky Dec 10 Twenty five men who did work as scrubbers at the John Blair Gibbs hospital and who have been trying for three months without success to get their money from the government are preparing to take active steps to secure it Delays are Dangerous Many of our friends whon you know of havejiontracted consump tion patumonia or other fatil disease by neglect of a simpe cold or cough Foleys Honey and Tar a safe sur and pleasant cough medicine woulr have saved them it is guaranteed The Havana Limited The first A nerican Railway to a nounce train servce for the especia banefit of trayel to the West Indies ha been heard from 1 he Queen cent Route are a fast trail known as the Florida Havana Lim ited It will go into serv ca from Cin ciunati to Tampa Jacksonville Miami Mobe and New Orleans This expo cent of the genuine American ide getting into the field early will complete vestibuled service with observation cars vile vestibules electric headlights rind all the para railroad traif It is chiefly to be marked as the firs in field for the new whicl cominpr under the protection o the greatest flag on earth Train wil ovike fst to Ports named ant will connect with fine steamer servic to various Ports in Cuba Porto Ric rnd Jamaica It marks a new era 16 Railroading in Ibis country rI 12John ckton tine 10Attorney Colt After It 12Up counties 10A organize L plaintiffs followed Their lay orpeople announcing be diners isjust t r l J l Ile 1a icy plated Lt1isutoi itt Iii i Crt For Coughs Croup Asthma Bronchitis Consumption HoarsenessLa MIIXFORDVILTE Ky Dec 10 The farmers and tobacco growers of Hart county are very much the association organized at Lexington last Monday They are of the opinion that the convention was captured by the warehouse men A movement has been commenced to have another to te composed strictly of farm ers and tobacco growers I rst Uesiiiieiit Arrives in Ioui LOUISVIMK Ky Dee 13 The 1st Kentucky Regiment which saw service in Porto Hico arrived here from New port News Va Monday morning The regiment was given a royal reception Col Castleman is in command At all Kentucky points the heroes of the Porto Rican campaign were given The entire week in this city will b2 given over to jubielcs in honor of the regiment lnl y Ilurneci to i Crsp OWKXSBORO Ky Dec 9 Mary infant aged 1 year was burned to a crisp Thursday Her mother hind left three children at home while she was at work Smoke was seen issuing from tire house and the neighbors not jknowing that any one was in the house rio effort to save the child The dtlifef1 two children were playing Cause of the fire unknown The house was destroyed JJAiUOursvirLB Ky Dee 18 Thos Baker charged with the murder of Sheriff White of Clay county was placed on trial here Monday Atteir- MOKUIIEAD Ky Dec IS Lon Folen formerly of Richmond Ind but now residing near Stark in Elliott county made an unsuccessful attempt to suicide byshooting No reason is OwKXSECno Ky Dec 1C The 2 yearold child of Mr Fitzhugh Refrow of Narrows Ohio county near here was fatally burned The nurse was badly burned in extinguishing the flames WINCHESTER Ky Dec S35 000 damage suit against the L N road for the death of Warren Bunch killed by the falling railroad tres tle two years ago was compromised by the road paying 5000 and all the costs Money for Christiuns PARIS Ky Dec city ordered December salaries allowed two weeks in advance of the regular pay day in order that the city officials arid employes might have Christmas spending money FT THOMAS Ky Dec 14 The of Col M A Cochran formerly of the Gth regiment was burned to tho ground Wednesday morning The a twostory frame of 13 rooms belonging to J Phillips and sit uated near the fort The fire started in the garret from some unknown cause The furniture was saved by the soldiers from the fort Jul Fre at It climond RICHMOND Ky Dec 14 Fire gutted tIle handsom State Hank and Trust Co building at12 oclock The building was lately completely by Charles and Bartelli contrite tors of Cincinnati at a cost of 25009 and was one of the finest banks in Kentucky The fire is supposed to have originated in the second story II Fourth Att UopKixsvuiE Ky Dec Dean a miller attempted suicide Tuesday by swallowing a large dose of poison lie has been over a love affair and this is his fourth attempt to kill himself because the lady of his choice will not marry him There is little hope of his Klanipi ai thVrn GLASGOW Ky Dee 11 A jury in the Franklin case was secured at noon Tuesday defendant that the crime was committed in the passion on account of his motherin law Mrs Bowles preventing his wife from living with him LEXINGTON Ky Dec 14 Jady McNamara a magistrate here has been indicted by the grand jury for alleged malicious shooting and wounding with intent kill The squire had a diffi with a Negro nighthawk driver shooting him Lius R ml Dead LOUISVILLE Ky Dec 14 Louia Bond who had charge of the Standard Oil Cos Cincinnati office as manager butwho was transferred here a few weeks ago Is dead of peritonitis lie had been ill for some time E even Hrad of Horses Burned LEXNOTON Ky Dec 14 James T Jones livery and sale stable on Race street burned Wednesday morning Eleven head of horses and a quantity- of feed were destroyed Loss 2000 JAPAH now snakes its electrical machinery Are Not I dissatisfiedwith convention lIe Ovations Glover outside h r Trial Suicide by Sliootiuru assigned hlltally Suit Settled 9The ofa 12The council Fire at Fr Thomas residence buildingwas Tuesdaynight Crap cy 5 14John yo ng 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