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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 6, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899010601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 6, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1? 8 jut 0f Entered at the Pott Office XIXTII YEAR. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LAKDUAM, Oor. Public Square and Dauvil e Avenue. 4b in Lancdqer, Ky at Second Clatt JIatler.l LANCASTER, KY., FJRIpAY, JANUARY 6, 1399. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'; fJ.OOper year in Admit ce. FARMERS I CALL AND SEE v 'P. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 3 lUlUlUlUJUUk iUiUlUiii lUlUlUiUlUiUiUilUUiUlUlUUllUR The merchants say they sold out cleaner this Christmas than they have in many years. G. S. Freeze out Masonic lodge Monday i.i jht. Smoke. Gaines will buy all the corn he can get at $1.10 a barrel, payable in County court was too dull to speak any goods he handles. of. . Lancaster has awakened from her go. Hide out, ye Rip VanWinkle nap. Lets all arise The hotel is a doxology. and sing the long-metcroaks. the Proctor-Kno- tt cigar. re THE BOSS The banks will e'ect officers next Tuesday. Lost. A brown nose pug bitch with a black leather collar. The finder will please A Proctor Knottcigar brihgs'joy to return to J.B. Haselden. the smoker. IllncksmUh Simp for Kent, For Another Year. II ran and SliIpMuff. Mrs. U. D. .Simpson tells Tiik. Rec on hands a fine lot of bran I have andshipstufi. "Will deliver at $10 and ord she has rented the Mason Hote $12 per ton. Buy nqw while it is cheep ior another year and will continue to JoiiN H. Potts, keep the reputation of the house up to itspresent high standing. She is thank Bryantsvllle Property tor Rent. ful to the public for the liberal share outbild-ingEight room dwelling,-gooor patronage received during the past cistern, barn, orchard, and two year and will strive to merit a contin acres of ground. B. F. Jennings, uatlon of same. x Bryantsville. Why This TltnmicKSf Mr. G. A. SwIneprCud, the livestock A street fakir disposed of a two dealer, announces jfchat his head quar- jiursu wagon ioaa or mercnanuise in ters are at the .Simpson House, in this front of the Court nouse county court city, and that hej5jlbuy or sell any- day. Its hard to sea why people will thing from a goose toan elephant. be gulled by such fakes when they can 7 J M. ActotfhaStented and moved buy genuine goods at far more reason Dr. J. to residence formerly" occupied by Dr. able prices at their home stores. Pat Beasley, on Lexington street, abjoining ronize merchants you know to be. hon l, fie Graded School premicies where orume, upngiio Dusincss men ana you will never have cause to regret it. he will have his office.' s, ian-G-tf-A 1 T 5 1 U gasolene lamps placed between the square and depot. These arc lighted at midnight after the electric lamps are turned oif. The pavement wil soon be completed and then it will not K3 tm For Sale or Rent. be necessary to engage a ferry boat to My eight room Dwelling House on get to town, as was the case. The lior Rent. Campbell street, Lancaster, Ky. Pos- councilmen are hustlers and will soon Law OfUcc Moved. A house on Richmond street. session given 1st day. bf January 189f. & Swinebroad have mov- Address, I. C. Rucker, Paint Lick,Ky. have everything Tomlinson W. J. Romans. ed their law office to the room over Give Us an Order, New stock of friendship hearts for Thompson's jewelry house. '. During he past ten days, our press. Thompsons. bracelets at Moved. Mr. T. S. Elkin has ttioved his meat es have all been overhauled, new type Bank Stock for Sale. I would like to do your plain sew Fifteen shares of capital stock in the market into the Mans corner, at Lex- put in and a handsome line of stock ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn National Bank, of Lancaster, will be ington street and Public Square. He purchased. The latter consists of bill sold before the court house door, in is better prepared than ever to fur- heads, letter heads, statements, ship Dr. T. J. Hood has moved his dental nish choice meats, groceries etc., at ping tags, and, in fact, everything to office into rooms over Haselden's store. Lancaster, Monday, January23, 1899. be found in a s office. "Wc lowest prices, Notice. guarantee satisfaction, both as to work S. Edmiston has fresh oysters con J. Parties owing me will please call The beans in the jar at Jenning's and price. "What more cnnM you stantlv on hand. Store adjoining Har and settle. store were counted Dec. 27fch. bv n. want? "W. S. Beazley, ris' shop, D. D. S. W. Batson, Bub Ferreli and J. B- - Jentf big-bargainings. The jar contained 3,281, the The skating rink is proving the Account for Sale. BIAZLST& BAO&HMAH. source Try Potts Whole Wheat ilour or nearest guess was 3;278 which was of inuch fun and pleasure to the "We have accounts against seven Graham, Nutrioious and Digestable. made by C. "W. Frisbie. young folks. parties, for subscription to The Rec DIRECTORS, FUNERAL Nothing like it. II. C. Potts, Buckord, which wc,vill sell privately. eye, Ky. Meeting Mght Changed. For Kent, xney are on parties out of whom the ARTERIAL and CAVITY Beginning this week the Knights of The store room in the Thompson All Ercc. money can be made. They are for two sa Pythias lodge will meet on Friday to block on Richmone street. Boyle county now owns every mile three years time and amount to $: a SPECIALTY.. night instead of Thursday, as hereto to $3.50. J. C. Tiiompson. of turnpike within her borders. The These parties pay no heed to fore. Attendance altlie lodge is in our appeals, and if some fellow who How would you like to see the Pub road leading to Stanford was bought creasing ana a lot or "woric" is on making the list complete. has the time to get judgments will buy lic Square paved hand. Carpets, &c. "Well, it's going to with vitrified brick? last week, the accounts he can make something be done. Telegraph Otllee Moved. Taint Lick Lodge, 140, F. A. M. out ot them. Call at this office. Ky. Pull for your town, or get out of it. Manager II. Clay Hamilton has At the annual election held by this Xotten Petty. If you can't ride on the band wagon, moved the "Western Union ollice int lodge, the following officers were chos the Lancaster Hotel, on;. Danville en for the ensuing year: John Allen bam TottcnanoVMiss'Aamuda Petty, . - -let's have your room. wo popular young people of this city street. Conn, w. m; "Wm. M. Brown, j. w; R. 3 ma (1. tn The L. & X. people are still improvN. Beazley, sec'y: James A. Scott, mine to ouuuoru xues.iay evening Swung Ills Shingle. ing this branch of their road, and by NOTARY PUBLIC, and were married by Eld. Allen. The treas.; S. C. Henderson, s. and t.; MaCasey Owsley, of Garrard county, ar spring will have it in fine shape. bride is the second daughter of Joe JI rion Carter, s. d.; "W. T.' Short, j. d. BRYANTSVI LLE, KENTUCKY rived Friday to board with the Misses 1 1 Tl icny, uec a. ana tlie groom one of The old croakers now want to go in Spurr on Short Street. Casey is Estray! our most promising for their holes and pull the holes in after graduate of the law department of the On Tuesday, Dec. 27th 1898, a black Record extends young men. The Snrveyor anft -congratulations to them since the hotel and opera house University of Virginia, and will prac and white spotten.Poland China sow, the happy pair. They will beg are assured facts. tice law in Lexirrgton. Herald. with a crap out of one ear two rings in nouseKceping m a pretty new home IT'S A GO. BRAVE, BOLD KNIGHTS. her nose, weight 220 lbs. and will find the groom lnu just completed. pigs in Februrary. Finder liberal y re The Hotel and Opera House Will be Elegant Hanquct to be Riven at Ta.Kon warded by returning same to It Should lie Bone. Hotel Tonight. SpeeehcK, Erected. Organization R. E. Henry, I7II1K1C. The 'Public Square is one vast mud Completed. Lancaste , Ky hole and a lot of money is bound to be Garnird Lodge No 29 don't often spent for repairs, When talk of erecting a handsome quickly. Its a pity Stanford can't conceal its Now, why not makeand that ten spread herself in the entertaining line, the Park feet hotel and opera house in Lancaster jealousy of the way we are distancing wider all around, put an asphalt pave- was commenced, the most enthusias but when she does set out for a good ways. Come out ment on them in the outside and then pave the tic promoters of the town's interests time, the boys certainly do things up from between those hills, dear sister. oiiiuut; viorinea oricxr Tnis can could scarcely see how the required to a Queen's taste. Tonight the md lot the sun shine on ' ou. It may ' be done wimvery for little more than what amount of capital could be secured, lodge will give a public installation of loosen the moss on your back. You a coat of the right kind of rock will but where there's a will there's a way, officers in the Court House. No add can't help becoming down cost, and when once fixed mission it is done for and the few hustlers put their should- - cordiallyfee will be charged and all are n that hollow. invited to be present. The a lifetime. Think about this before ders to the wheel to carry out the idea t tin can 1 Dcuone. . its easi A drawing was ordered made, a cut of exercises will be intersp2rsed with winning ii Goose Supper. er and cheaper to do things right. which was given last issue, and it was music and the whole program enter- The Masonic Lodge will give a goose found it would take seventeen thous- 051111". w nen tins is done, t ie mem supper next Monday night after the Oflleern C'hoeu. and dollars to carry out the plan. The bers of the lodge, with their wives, regular meeting. All Master Masons, Lancaster Lodge, 104, Free and Ac- following public spirited citizens form sweethearts and invited guest wiil re whether lodge members cr not, are cor cepted Masons, held their annual elec- ed a permanent organization this week: pair to the Mason Hotel, where the dially invited to attend the lodge at banquet will be given. Mrs. Simp this meeting and also help eat the tion last we'k. Louis Landram was John E. Stormes, "W. IT. Kinnaird, II. son, who is one of the best hotel man. master, Jacob Joseph',senior T. Logan, J. C. Hemphill, Robt. Kinn geese now being fattened. warden and J. S. Haselden, junior naird, J. C. Thompson, J. B. Kinnaird, agcrs and overseers in the south, has warden. R. Kinnaird was J. R. Ryan, of Lexington, Capt. Hern- - prepared an excellent menu and the Crooko -- Campbell. boys are already restless for the time i Bud Crook and Miss Nannie Camp secretary, and David Ross treasurer, don and Mrs. Margaret Gill. The fol- to arrive whon they can discuss this Never have you had bell, of Richmond, drove down to Lan M. E. Prewitt, steward and tyler. The lowing officers were chosen: John E. excellent caster Tuesday evening and were "mar master appointed T. J. Hatcher senior Stormes, president, Capt. "Wm. Hem-doBILL OF FARE. secretary, National Bank of Lanat Beautiful Goods ried at the Simpson House by Rev. R. deacon, and the senior warden selected Oysters on the Hall Shell M. Campbell. They remained at the Robt. "Whittaker as junior deacon. The caster, treasurer. Tabasco Wafers Horseradish Sane 3 The articles of incorporation are be Cousomme a la Royal Bread sticks hotel over night and returned to Rich- lodge is in fine shape financially, and . Low Olives Radishes Celery mond "Wednesday morning. Bud's much interest is being taken in its ing drawn up and the contracts will be f. let at once to erect the building and SanceBoiled Cod Shonldcr and HeadBalls Lancaster friends extend congratula meetings. Uollandaise Potato turn over the keys. A complete de tions. Cucumbers with French Dresdn? Sleep Producer. scription of the building will be given Roasted Capon with Chestnut Slutting Something for Xinus. Cranberry Sauce Rice Croquettes "Walton, of the Stanford Jour in next issue of this paper. Editor Mint Sherbet Buy the best flour the market af nal, has made a discovery which he Sal mi of Small Birds. Sippets of Bread Colored School. fords. To do this buy Dix Riv er Beau- warrants to produce sound sleep quick Guava Jelly Lettuce Salad with French Dressing ty, a No 1 patent, Admiral Dewey, a er than the average temperance lect As was previously announced in the Charlotte Kusse Wafers Chseso No. 1 Family flour, Uncle Sam's choice ure, or home talent show. He savs: columns of The Recoud, the colored Coffee a good every day flour. If your grocer "Commence with shaking the thumb Public School under the management "Wal- At don't keep it, order from the manu- of your right hand, then the little of Prof. C. F. Anderson, held its clos kor the banquet, Mr. Lewis L. will preside and the following facturer. JohnH. Potts, linger of the same hand, then the lit ing exercises on the 2Gth and 27th ult., brothers are down for toasts: Gilbert's Creek, Ky. tle toe of the right foot, the great toe Odd Fellows Hall. The exercises were Kinnair, Joe Haselden, G. Dr. J..B. R SwihcA dec. 23-- lt Prompt Delivery. of the same foot, then the great toe of a success in everyway, and standing broad, Joe Robinson, R. II. Tomlinson, the left foot, the little toe of the same room was at a premium. Prof. Ander- Letcher Owsley, P. "W. Spencer, Capt. Big Sum Left to Her. foot, then the little finger of the left son has placed himself upon record Danville Advocate prints the hand, the thumb of the same hand and here among his people. The declama- "Wm. Ilcrndon, G. M. Patterson and The "W. B. .Mason. following: WTOitniniMHttmHir on around and around again In the tory contest between Misses M. A. ' "By the death of a bachelor brother same way, until nature's sweet restor- Cunningham, Lizzie Yantis Lemon Mrs. Henry Cartwright, wife of the and Scphus Leavcll, w:is excellent. Royal makes the food pure, n some er, balmly sleep, comes quickly and printer, falls heir-twholesome aad dlicioiLS. The first named won the medal. The thing like 310,000. They are now hv-i-n surely to your relief." general average over 90. was Lexington. Mrs. Cartwright formerly tho widow Pascoc, of V Avoid Taking ,Ia Grippe. -The Clnclnnntl Florida Havana 1.1m dreaded "grippe" is again abroad We hope this is truo, lx)th on her The I tod some places is quite account and that of our former part in the land, and in Fast vestibulod train service from prevalent, and it seems to be extendner, JEnry. be- Cincinnati, via the Queen & Crescent ing in all directions. Therefore it comes important to know how best to Route and its connecting lines, to To fee Married the 16th. s. Handsome invitations have beensent meet it. Dr. Feeney of the New York Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Maimi, Jv to immediate friends and .relatives to board of health gives some hints as to Tanpa, connecting with fast steell attend the marriage of" Miss George the- best way to treat grip., He says: steamships to Havana, Key West Nas Burdett Miller, youngest daughter. ;pf "Keep good hours. Eat "nourishing snu, Santiago, and Porto Rico. Colanfl Mrs. John "W. Miller, and Alr food. Keep all parts of the body warm, Round trip ticke ts to Havana at re George. Denny Lusk. The wedding particularly the feot. Avoid damp duced rates (including meals and berth. POWDER will take place at the home of Miss ness and draughts. Keep away from on steamer), on sale via the Queen & Absolutely Pur psrsons known'tohave thtf disease." It" Crescent iioute oy tiCKet aeents all Miller's parents in this city Monday, ins? north. Particulars to you free by the 10th, Dr. J. IX McKee performing would seem from this last?" direction addressing, tnj ceremony. They win leave unme.-dlate- that lie, regards this diseased Mfffattli? JISON, for Tyrone whero Mr." Lusk is gious or.infectious. These raatiions 'r Act.. ty commend themselves to commoe senW as tl; S. gauge r. jan-G-- tf mi cigar stands have the All first-clas-s "Will rent my shop and tools for 1899. Proctor Knott cigar. Possession given immediately. G. S. GkeenleaF. Marshal's sale for city taxes comes off Saturday. See ad. For Kent. Toll house and two acres of ground For Sale. Three extra nice hogs, weight about on Lexington pike. Possession given M. n. Gill. immediately. G. S. Gaines. 223 pounds. jan-G-t- f. Pretty Calendar. Tins Record acknowledges, with thauks, a pretty calendar sent out by the Berkshire Life Insurance Co., of which .Mr. George T. .Mason, of Chicago, is an agent. All Right Now. The city Council has had a row tf We are mashing the life out of prices on EP e. jan-'G-- tf We haven't many left, but we first-clas- have decided to close them out regardless of what they cost. If you want a jacket you can get a out of the lot. n We propose to EM-BALMIN- G an Furniture, Lancaster, X. DUNN, Apt these jackets. Caii and learn our plan, DRY GOODS COMPANY. m. - - . . .. THE Lai CL VOz OTHING offer.... Bargains Rich SHOES HATS, UNDERWEAR. before offered Prices. such such up-to-da- te mill-dewe- . v Rare half-doze- n, 1 - Wholesale V- - Men's FurniBhings. Prices. Fine Shoe EIIITB . : - well-know- o & fe. i? Tfc Erlrjves, Ml. Hats, vercaats. - - & ROBINSON lr on-du- ' f iff" ft RECORD EVERY WEEC BY KIND WORDS. Y. M. C. A. Has baa . Mr. Tom Moore will mova to tho farm vacated by Thos. Adam?. Th3 m.my friend? of Mr. Clint ArmXOCXS LANDKAX, Publisher. Editor Louis Landram this week is strong will ba glad to learn that he Is That hustling, earnest, pushing sued a souvenir edition Df the Lancas LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. much batter at this writing. ter Hecoed. It was the largest and young minister, Henry N. Faulconer, Master Bryant Ballard Iris returned handsomest newspaper ever published has succeeded in establishing in Lan YFAR, IN ADTA.KCK .$1.00 in Garrard county and reflected great caster what we firmly balieve will be from a pleasant visit to his aunts, in . .60 iOSB Months. DEALER IN " Lexington Miss Millie Pcnn has 35 credit upon the editor and his force the greatest blessing the town has ev " er had. He went to the young men half-ton-e been visiting friends and relatives in This issue is filled with many Danville R. L. Jennings visited leading citizens and business of the town and laid before them the FKIDAY December 23 1898. cuts of and the columns are brimful of many social, healthful and, best of all, friends here Sunday. Mrs. Wolfork, houses, of Lexingtou, has boon visiting her E DRUGS, interesting reading matter and spicy spiritual advantages to be derived sister, Mrs. Ballard Mrs. John Bal Opinions as to Hobson's kissing the ads. Mr. Landram's untiring efforts from the Young Men's Christian As lard visited relatives hare Sunday. week sociation. Those talked to grasped girls is about evenly divided. Some to give his readers an Mr. Ban Swop2 gave a candy pulling say he was right, some say wrong. The ly deserves liberal patronage. Dan the idea and, as a result, thirty young men met in the Masonic Hall Friday last Thursday night. Those present world will continue to turn, however, ville Advocate. perfect the organization. G. report a nice time. Miss Nannie Bal and we hope the papers will find some The Christmas edition of the Lan night to was selected tem lard will entertain a few of her friends caster Rkcoud surpasses any we have Bright Swinebroad thing else to talk about. porary chairman, and Louis Landram on Thursday from 5 to' 9. The ice seen, Typographically and otherwiset temporary secretary. Rev. Faulconer cream supper given to the little folks Col. Dick Knott, editor of the it is a triumph of which Editor Lan again stated the plan, and the follow by Mrs. A. S. Haselden was quite an Louisville Post, has very foolishly un- - dram should feel proud. Richmond were unanimously chosen as ine enjoyable affair. Old Santa Glaus dertaken to rumple W. P. Walton's Jantagrapli. Henry Faulconer, permanent officers: made his appearance and made a mem- feathers. The Louisville editor will The Lancaster Rzcokd is a thing of president; Kenneth Postel, oramdum of what each one wished find that "W. P." has the longest, beauty and will prove a joy forever to E. Stormes, secretary and One little boy, only five years old, and sharpest spurrs of any rural rooster he the friends of those who are pictured dent; John W. H. Kinnaird, treasurer. A com- the smallest one in the room when ask. has ever jumped against. and written up, as well as to all who mittee was appointed to arrange for cd the question wisely answered when want to be posted about the old town place of next meeting, several enthusi he wish his stocking filled with money Out at Pittsburg a young woman is and her people past and present. It astic addresses were made and the reported to be lying cretically ill from cost a pile of money to get out an edi Ben Swope has returned from Flori STONE. the effects of being hugged too hard tion like that and Editor Louis Lan- meeting adjourned with prayer by da, where he went to spend the winter, Prof. Postel. There is certainly something wrong dram should not only receive great These organizations have been put but concluded the weather was too Corn is seling at $1 per barrel in this warm, and returned to his old home with that woman's ' constitution and Lredit for it, but lots of cash.-S- tan on foot at other towns, but, after vicinity. , as Sam Jonas says. Hugging ford Journal. Miss Bessie Pollard, from Friday time, have fallen through. To keep a girl to death would be like drowning Erastus Bruner and Mrs. Jessie Bur-de- tt raint Lick, and Miss Ella Leavell, of Capt. Louis Landram, editor of the the interest up, and hold the Associa a fish in a tub of water. were the lucky one's to win the your city, attended the entertainment Record, is being congratulated on his tion together, it is the intention of the fine stove which our enterprising and given by Mamie Ballard ?.Irs. Mary Off ice, National Bank. Mas. Isabel Mallon, whose nom souevenir issue and he richly deserves young men to erect a building. Now hustling merchant give away Christ Berkelc has returned from a visit to it, as it was the largest and best ever this sounds like most too big an under- mas de plume, "Bab," is familiar to all Eve. The number of grains in her daughter in Paducah Milton El newspaper readers, is dead, we are isucd in this city, and contains many taking, but it will be done. Dr. Kin- the jar was 4,015, Mr. B. guessed 4,020 liott is spending the week with hi: new and readable features, besides ma naird offered to donate the lot, where sorry that "Bab"' was called upon to and Mrs. Jessie Burdett 4,010. J. R. Haselden brother, Dr. Elliott In tlift inyirlv trains, hut, nion ny splendid illustrations and sketche- - his office now stands, and five hundred nrii Mr. N. G. Preston and Miss Irene and wife spent the day with their par mcn and public buildings.-Lanc- asdollars in cash. His only considera strous Kind her two or three columns Bob and Tom Will ents Sunday 5 nr n.in.n will :inno:.rin ih rlnilv ter Correspondent to interior Journal tion is that he be allowed an otlice in Raney, were quietly married at the iams, of Fort Worth, Texas, are visit Lancaster Record's holiday the building. A young gentleman, who home of the bride's parents, at noon ing relatives here, The papers no more. Bab, like Talmage, Thursday of last week. Elder W. P, said all she had to say many years ago. edition was truly meritorious, an era can do so and never miss the money, Mr. in Lancaster's history. It contained says he will give one thousand dollars. Walden tied the nuptial knot. Ills Life tvuM Saved. Wic beard of more swear-off- s this half a hundred nice cuts and eight pa We know another party who will give Preston is a young man of unusual bu Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen siness qualities, and Miss lianey is 2ew Year than for some time past. ges of interesting matter. Hereafter five hundred dollars. Now this has of nannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder Here's hoping all will stick, but our minor events will no longer be spoken come unsolicited: When aid is asked, quite an accomplished young lady; and ful deliverance from a frightful death we congratulate Mr, Preston on win experience is that "New Year's vows of as happening before or after Letch it is safe to say enough will be subscribIn telling of it he says: "I had taken are not worth a counterfeit darn. If er Owsley beat Clell Johnson, but be ed to put up one of the best buildings ning her as a partner through life's Typhoid Fever, that ran into pneumo journey. We wish' them along and a fellow thinks he is bound to do or fore or after the Illustrated Central in the state. nia. My lungs became hardened. not to do a thing, it is constantly pre" Record. Richmond Climax. It is the intention to have a library, happy life. was so weak I couldn't even sit up in Mrs. Mollie Fajn has returned home bed. Nothing helped me. ing upon his mind. Say you are "rest The Lancaster Record brought out large reading and lecture room, gym I expected ing'' and you will find it lots easier to a "Souvenir Edition" last week and it nasium and bath rooms. A janitor from Louisville, where she went to to soon die of Consumption, when Miss Lena heard of Dr. King's New Discovery quit a habit entirely. You know the was well deserving of praise. Living will be regulaaly employed to look af- have her eyes treated Covington, of Little Hickman, spent One bottle gave great relief. .scripture about stolen sweets, etc. iton Colonel. ter the house. Icontin The young men have absolutely no Xmas with Miss Martha G. Sanders, ued to use it, and now am well and The smallest things may exert the place to go at night or Sunday after . . . .Miss Lennis Ham, of Little Hick strong. I can t say too much in its After 400 years Spain has surren dered control of Cuba, and the red and greatest influence. 'De Witt's Little noon, and in ninety-nin- e out of ev man is visiting Miss Belle Allen praise." This marvellous medicine is yellow flag is at last removed from all Early Risers are unequalled for over ery one hundred cases they get into Mrs. Rebecca Scott, of Little Hick. the surest and quickest cure in the the "West. The Stars and Stripes now coming constipation and liver troubles bad habits by loafing in places which man. visited relatives here and at Mt world for all Throat and Lung Trouble, over Havana, from the palace, Small pill, best pill, safe pill. Miss Mary Leav Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Hebron, this week are far from being Sunday Schools or wive Trial EDUCATION Stormes Drug Store. from stern Morro Castle, from grim Prayer 3Ieetings. The library will be ell, of Point Leavell, is the guest of bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Dm s abslutely necessary to the ycung Cabanas fortress and from all other kept supplied vith choice literature, her cousin, Mrs. A. D. Ford and fami Store: every bottle guaranteed, lm V2 am man or yonns woman who wonld win BUCKEYE. public buildings. The ceremonies ir A number of young folks from the gymnasium and bath rooms open ly ubccesB In life. This being conceded rident to the transfer of the islard The Physicians Calling. at all times, and any young man will here attended preaching at Mt. Heb t Is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very froct rankV- A brand new boy arrived at the be perfectly free to use them. Relig. ron Sunday, and visited Miss Edna from Rnrmfcli to Amrr!f:in pnn t ri 1 But do not let us forget that our THE BRYAKT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE" were earned out according to pro home of Joseph Simpson, on the 2nd ious services will be held every Sunday Scott.... John Onstott, who has been calling derives its honor, not from its LOUISVILLE, KY. day of the New Year. gramme-anwithout a hitch. Tear afternoon, and every member will have very low with neuralgia of the heart power of repairing the carnal body Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In Lis line. fully Capt. Gen. Castellanos bade Mrs. Lurinda McQuer- - were this its only title to respect, it J. "W. Brown bought at Lancaster a chance to take part. It will be the is improving Graduates of this college preferred by business hoyes. Write for adieu to his comrades; fervently he court, 15 cattle at $279 Mai Carter stepping stone to going to work in ry, of Jessamine, was the guest of T, would take a low place in the hierar SHORTHAND, a beautiful book giving teulmonlals from graduates occupying prominent positions all ocr the United States it will ins mailed grasped the hands of his formerenenr old to Moses Davis 3 cattle-a- t $40 cnurcn. average young L.Sanders and family, Saturday night chy of professions. Those professions TELEGRAPH one's The to you FllEE. the Cuban, and cordially shook the Ebb Dickerson bought at Richmond man, while he feels that "some day" and Sunday. . .Norman Grow enter which deal with the ends, which alone hand of his victor, the American. court, 23 cattle at $24 per head youn make life worth preserving, such as L lie will settle down and take an inter tained a large number of his Thus did Spain pass from the 2Je F. Brown bought at Lancaster court est in church .matters, yet he shrinks friends at his home Sunday Mr.and that of the law, of religion, phyloso- "World: thus did the United State: 10 cattle at $3c per lb. from the idea of appearing in public, Mrs. Luther Utainey entertained phy, and of fine arts would, in such mark the end of another victorious "Wolford Raney has moved his fami One of the chief objects of this order large number of their friends at their case, regard our occupation but as OF war. On the stroke of noon, to the ly to his home on the Kentucky river. will be to "ease up" to the point where home Sunday. higher kind of farriery. The glory strains of the Spanish Royal March near where the lock and dam is being a young fellow will be qualified and La Grippe is again epidemic. Every our profession from the hour when by an American band, down came the out in. John Dickerson has moved to most of all, willing to take part in precaution should be taken to avoid Hippocrates, in that oath, wherewith ling of Spain. Directly afterwards, al the property vacated by church affairs. him. it. its specinc, cure is une ..Minute like a trumpet, the notes of which re 32:04 o clock, up went the Stars ano So far, about fifty have signified Cough Cure. A. J. Sheperd, Publish verberate still, through the ages, sum Horace "Wheeler and nephew, Oscar - - - - DOM3-- , Stripes to the music of the "Stai their intention to 'go into the Associa er Agricultural Journal and adver moned us to take our place in the fore REPAIRING - - - - PROMPTLT Tea ter, of Mercer, was with relativ Spangled Banner," and on the birth we never saw anything start tiser, Elden Mo., says: "No one will front of the light, has been that w during the holidays Clayto tion and of a new year came to Cuba its first iiere out with more favorable prospects. We be disappointed in using one Minute are concerned, not only for mankind Directly after Wearren and John Nave, of Danville want to say here that this organiza- Cough Cure for La Grippe." Pleasant but for men. breatli of freedom. .verc visiting relatives and friendshere the ceremonies Capt. Gen. Castellano.' ast week Will Ray, of Macon, 111 tion is not only for the town folks, but to take, quick to act. The ideal side of a physicians lif left the palace, and, escorted by Amer is Stormes Drug Store lm he brings healing, or solace to his hu with his parents,Mr. and Mrs. Mike any young man in the county is wel icans, embarked for .Matanzas, leaving Ray come to come, and they are wanted. man fellow. The Greek philosopher. Miss Celesta Simpson visited Maj. Gen. Brooke Governor of Cuba ---Another thing. Some may think 10c a copy SI.00 a year PREACH ERSVILLE. the Misses Rodgers, near yor city, this like the modern socialist, would sacri At a reception in the palace salon week they are too "worldly" to go into this lice man to state: the priest would Miss Carrie Brown has Cuafter the otlicial ceremonies, many Hogs are sellsng here at $2.50 to $2.75 sacrifice man to the church: the scien turned from a very pleasant visit to association. Dispel that idea, young bans and Spaniards who intend to re" Ivirksville. . . Among the special features are .Misses Hattie Jones and fellow. The object is to get hold of per hnndred. tific evolutionist would sacrifice man main in Cuba paid their respects tc Minnie Hendren John Cress sold 45 shoats to Mr to the race. Yet, while all these ele went to Livingston "worldly" men, purifythem first so A NEW SERIAL BY RUDYARD KIPLING Gen. Brooke and promised allegiance last week to spend a cially, and bodily, then work on him Swinebroad for 2Jc. ments of and of aspira to the United States. The Cuban Gen. family of W. R. Dillon.while with the spiritually. To put it in other words Mrs. B. Y. Hubble is able to be out tion work together for good, we than! THE LATTER LIFE OF LINCOL1T. erals present assured the Unitec you want to get straightened out to again.. ..Mrs. Jennie Pettus, who has fully see that, after all, the tenden Miss Clarence Arnold closed her If BY MISS IDA M. TAHBELL. States Military Governor that they live an honorable, upright life, this is been sick for sometime, is better at of civil evolution, as of christian cth would do everything in their powei school here on Friday before the holi the channel to enter to get up to that BY ics, is to use society as a means for this time. to help restore the island to a condi days, and has returned to her home point. man himself, as a means to purify and OPERnear Bryantsville, much to the regret J. B. Hutchins and Miss nattie Eltion of peace and prosperity. The first meeting will be Sabbath to elevate the individual soul. The of a certain young gentleman here. afternoon at 3 p. m. in the Odd Fel more were married at the home of the physician, then, is more than a natu bride's mother, Wednesday morning, Mrs. Herod Ray gave an elegant di lows hall. Prof. Postle A Frightful Blunder will be leader. ning on the 27th ujt, in honor of the Benefits; Religious, Intellectual, So bp Bro. C. W. Clay, and they, with ralist; he is the minister,, not only of "Will often cause a horrible Burn humanity at large, but of man him Contributions by the highest authorities on new developments in Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Ami oirth day of her son's wife, Mrs. Rea cial and Physical. We want to meet Menifee Elmore and Miss Hattie Cum- self. Thus it is, that the humblest of ca Salve, the best in the world, wih thcr Ray. Music, feasting and a good with the club organized by Dr. McKee mins, left for Burgin, to spend a few us, and he who labors in the darke; I kill the nam and promptly heal it. time generally were the features of the for our Social, Musical and Intellectu days. Congratulations. EXPLORATION SCIENCE, and most thankless parts of our citie Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, day, and the 35 guests present left for al development. This will meet twice Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., suf- and towns, is more a drudge, in the Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup their homes wishing the fair young each month and will not interfere with fered agony for thirty years, and then Embracing articles descriptive of sight of the angels he is illustrious by tions. Best Pile Cure on earth. Onlj wife many happy returns of her birth the Y. M. C. A., duties or pleasures, cured his Piles by using De Witt's the light of his service to mcn and wo A Plunge in the Diving Torpedo Unsolved, Problems of AstronV Sold day. 23cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. but will be an impetus of great good Witch Hazel Salve. It heals injuries men. omy Boat lm bv R. E. McRoberts. Druggist, and skin diseases like magic. "I take pleasure in recommending and success. Life in. the Deepest Mines T he man of science can tell us de Submarine Navigation Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di Remember that character is the - Stormes Drug Store lightful things about buds, flowers,and lm What Peary is Doing iu the "Klg" Hire's Dinner. The Kite in Modern Warfare irrhoea Remedy to all who suffer from thing that stands for time and iternity. Artie wild life, for all life is various and was the editor's good fortune U pains in the stomach," says Mr. Milt Then let us begin at once to enitiate It buena Vista. Telegraphing without Wires The Telectroscope Pictures touching; he can tell us queer and un attend the birthday dinner of his good McKinley, editor of the Rawson(Ohio) it. Oh! with what delight we shall TheMarvals of the Sea by Telegraph. Chas. M. Scott made a business trip comfortable things about our inside: friend, Col. Andy J. Rice last week. fferald. "Until I used this remedy it hail such a building. Come there with amazingly useful things about steam The date is familiar to Mr. Rice': was at times, impossible for me to be your contributions and build a monu to the mountains last week. friends and every year a crowd gather? n my otlice, owing to attacks lasting ment to sin and idleness and that shall We haven't had any business chang- and electricity, but at bottom when tne moral is over or tne material gam They will come from such writers as: 'rom one to two days. By taking it as stand for the good of others long after es as yet, for the first time in many is won, all this grows stale. Ideji ;oon as the first symptoms of the at- we have gone to the grave where we years. Sarah Gene Jewitt Robert Barr Rudyard Kipling concerning the harmony of the spheres. tack are felt, I no longer suffer this can never again benefit the world in A. T. Christopher sold to John Coov-e- rt concerning comic Octave Thanet John A. Hill William Allen White evolution, concern $40 and bought of which we live. one bay horse at inpleasant sickness." For sale by R. CutclifFe Hyne Sarah Elliott Hamlin Garland ing the inhabitants of Mars, are pro 3. McRoberts, Druggist. Scott & Co., one work mule for $65. lm Morgan Robertson E. Nesbit Stephen Crane digious; they may uplift us sometimes "When you have awd Cold. Clinton Ross John R. Duncan, of Lower Garrard, witli a sense of the greatness of man's Ellen Glasgow. Shan F. Bullock You want the best medicine that moved to Buckepe last week, where he HUBBLE. inheritance, but alone they are cold can be obtained, and that is Chamber- has rented a farm of 200 acres. We shall publish a numbsr of very striking stories by new writers, and unsatisfactory. The child of his and also a number of those short, crisp, dramatic episodes from real life lain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. G.P. Bright is quite sick at W. B. Ruble shipped a car load hogs age feels that a sonnet of Wardsworth, which.our readers have come to know as a special feature of McClure's. this writing. You want a reme'dy that will not on- to Cincinnati last Monday night, for a flash of Browning's lamp into man's THE S. S. McCLTJRE COj&PANT T. C. Rankins and wife are rejoicing ly give quick relief but effect a perma- which he paid 5 per hundred. heart, an Idyll of Tennyson gives us nent cure. jver the'arrival of a fine boy. We have had a nice Christmas, and thoughts worth more than all the bill200 East 25th Street John Menifee and wife have moved You want a remedy that will relieve now let us buckle down to business and ions of whirling stones in the universe. the lungs and keep expectoration easy. strive to make this a prosperous year In strengthening and cherishing this to the Menifee farm at this place. You want a remedy that will count-trac- t in every respect. inner life of his brother or sister, hap-il- y Mis'? Katie Walters entertained any tendency toward pneumonia. the physician alone, among them The deep snow that fell last Saturjuite a number of friends Friday. The You perwant jucsts were, Misses Bessie and Sallie and safe to a remedy that is pleasant day night afforded nice sleighing Sun- all, holds sacred the lamp of its take. day, and most everybody that had one sonal life for its own individual Alexander, Belle Adams, Susie AnderChamberlain's Cough Remedy is the rigged it up and drove out to Mount sake; he alone forgets church,. state, son, Rev. Chas. Neil. nay, even the human raceitself, in his IfnSuul LIFEIHSURANCEi to.cnjoyasquaicmcal and wish thlsr Dr. G. A. Traylor, Albert Luce and only medicine in use that meets all of Olivet to church. This remedy is - John Ruble, a prosperous young far- tender care for the suffering man, and clever man well. Col. Rice has lived wife, Mesdames Tilford Alexander, these requirements. For the speedy and permanent enra of famous for its cures of bad colds thro'-o- mer of this neighborhood, is making for the suffering woman who come to SPEINGEDELD in Garrard nearly all his life, and foi Samantha tetter, 8altTiietun and eczema, ChamAlexander and Robert the United States and in many arrangements to go to Arkansas, in a him for help. the past forty years has resided on hb White spent Friday with Henry Waltberlain's Eye and Skin Ointoisrt ia FIRE without an equal. It reliTd the iffci: fine farm in Lower Garrard. He has a ers and family. .... Miss Katie Walters foreign countries. It has many rivals, few weeks. John is a nice boy, and A TIMELY HINT. ing and smarting almost instantly INSURANCE COMPANY. large family and is one of the most left Monday for her school at Stanford but, for the speedy and permanent will make friends wherever he goes. Ton should tie wise and see that yonr blood is its continued nao effets a permanent rich and pore and jonr whole system put In a d men in the county. . . .Rev. Chas. Neil spent the holidays cure of bad colds, stands without a cure . It also cares ifch , barber's itch, perfectly healthy condition by the se of Lung Irrltutloa Caflatedt'B German TJm lnZ,Ar Th.. Dr. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO! scald, head, sore nipjles, itching piles, He is a fine business man, and as hon- with friends in this community.... peer and its splendid qualities are everywhere admired and praised. For sale is the forernnner to consumption. Dr. wlU free f rpm malaria, typhoid fever, colds chapped hands, clonic sore eyes an4 est, upright a gentleman as one ever Mrs. Alexander and Misses Bessie and OF NEW YORK. will cure it, and granulatedjife lm Bell's meets with. He was sixty-siyears Salle, and Master Pollitt Alexander, by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist give such strength to the lungs that a . Far yrar Celd try Dr. Otte's Sprw Robinson & Hamilton Agts old last week, and we hope he will be returned home Sunday from a pleasant Dr.' Caiy CmUm ffcwfers for uum mimik. Prle ZS and 60s cough or a cold will not settle there spared to pass many more milestones visit to her daughter, Mrs. fiorees are the best torfc, blood purifier Office orei Fost.Offlce. Prke Sat-- ; T;lwRIII gia, CoKtipttioa awl Twenty-fiv- e cents at McRobert? Drug atndYemifage. Pric35ceffta. SoWby -T ' For sale by' ' on the journey of life. ton. Lakcasteb, : : : SafflktMUwLiTcr. Price, 2i eta. Store. Xkbttickt IL McEoberts,' B.E.McSoberts, Dnagrist, LiacastW 1 Tram the Press Moym Blr Addition. Ateat ear Samre OrgaalzadJ 1b this City. Iadlcatlont Good for New Building-. vice-pre- si Words of KaeoHrajemcnt. Knoxrille, Dec. 31, 'G8. Capt. Louis Landram, Daar "Bangs," If we all were as ready to compliment the deserving acts of others as we are to condemn their little faults and transgressions, what a much happier world this would be, and how much smoother would seem the rugged road of life as we tot ter along, with many a wicked one to give us a push if on the decline, but rushing to offer aid if perchauce you seem to be ascending and needless of help. If there ever was a young man in Lancaster who sincerely deserved the help and good, wishes of a com munity, it is yourself. And especially do I want to congratulate you on your superb issue of the last Record. I consider it the best issue of any weekly paper I have ever seen and is well worth, in itself, double a year's sub scription. It is both newsy and his-- t torical and will certainly be appreciated and treasured by each and every one who has or has ever had, any interest in dear old Lancaster. Wishing you a happy and prosperous new year. Truly Yours, I am, W. S. Miller BRYANTSVILLE. R. E. McR0BERT5, DRUGGIST, -- FWOILET ARMIES, Sshwl Bsoks, Paiats aa&Qils. Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco. R. KINNIARD 1 cc OZOISLZ , DAN VI LLE, KV. K -- ijiLlava I Toilez jirzicles. v diho w BOOK-KEEPIN- i UP-TO-DA- c. n. McDonnell, dahville, Kentucky ALL KINDS. JEWELRY Diamonds, Sut lass Itc. MCCLURE'S MAGAZINE FOR 1899 THE NAVAL SIDE OF THE WAR, CAPT. MAHAN. A TELEGRAPH ATORS LIFE REAL EXPERIENCES AND ADVENTURES IMEMM m SPLENDID SHORT STORIES Mlssssmavsssssl $2-7- Skim. Diseases. -- ut iUDMMlEE anv widely-connecte- x iSutVZgr ttl. ii Iadi-fWtio- - (est THE GL "jLaa. ggj":ft "t We invite an inspection of our immense stock of in Neckwear, Hosiery, Mufflers, Gloves, etc. Perfect satisfaction or your money will be cheerfully refunded. J: L Froh CI.EARAJTCE SAEJE! mi 3 M V Dr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Grant entertained at a phantom party Wednesday evening. About thirty couple. were present and a delightful evening was For the next 30 daTs we will sell any article in the house at a big spent. Refreshments at the proper tini'c were greatly enjoyed. eduction . Mr. I Tarry Beard, representing the We have a large ordir already placed for Spring goods. So in or Co., der to make room for them, we must sell our winter stock, regardless of Mutual Life Insurancecity for of New several York, has been in the cost. Come in and we will give you some EXTRA BARGAINS. days and joined the party to Crab Or- 'Phone 85 Respectfully, Rev. Ira Parton has moved to town family to get the advantage of Atlanta, are guests of Mrs. with his Walker, of our Graded School, lie h is purGeo. D. Robinson. chased property of J. R.IIill in the BaSam M. Anderson and family, of ker addition. Rev. Partin is a good FKIDAY, December JG 1898 Gallatin, Tenn., were here last week preacher and has charge of some of the visiting his parents. largest churches in Lincoln county. Misses Elsie Palmer Ilig- 50 O Altie and Bessie Marksbury, a ginbotham, are visiting the Misses Misses by Mesdames Howard Rice assisted Newland, in Stanford. and Louis Landram, entertained the Misses Allie and Mary Anderson Sewing Club in honor of their pretty )OOOOOOOOOOOCGOOOOQOGCCO gave an elegant dinner to a number of visitor, Miss Rotha Bigelow, of Trenton, Tenn. This club, as previously Mrs. Ed Price has returned from a friends Tuesday evening. young and marMisses Mollie and Jnona Douglass, of stated, is composed of visit to Danville. Versailles, are the guests of T. J. ried ladies. It meets once a wesk and Geo. MeRoherts, of Stanford, spent is much enjoyed. Hammonds and family. NOEL SISTERS chard Springs Monday evening. Mr. Beard is an excellent young fellow and has made many friends here. CENTRAL RECORD. Woods, Sua Rout, Messrs. Jar.!c Rout, Geo. McRoberts, Lewis Duly, of Stan ford; Miss Turley, Mr. Yates, of Richmond: Misses Pearl Holcombc, EHza bethtown: Durotha Bigelow, Trenton Tenn; Misses Walker and Howell, All lanta: Mi.;s Packard, St Joe, Mo: Mis., Helen and Jean Crab Orchard Springs: Misses Jennie and Ressi Burnside, Carrie Currey, Mattie Elkin. Julia Mae Gaines, Altie Marksbury .Messrs iicrnuon, .innaiio, Karra, "Marksbury, Robinson, J. and E. Duly, , Burnside, Batson, A and W. Denny, Reasley, Hughes, Mount and Harris, of Lancaster, Mess. Beard and Elliott. The chaperonc: were Messrs and Mesdames J no E. Stormes. A. II. Rice, George D. Rob- nson Louis Landram, Dr. and 71 rs E. G. Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Gus I)'n-kWalker,-Shugarsilof-mann- Cnuglictl 25 Years. y J suffered for '2 years with a cough, and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr. Bell's It has saved my life, J. C. Rose!!. Grantsburg. III. McRoberts Drug Store. MARKSBUHY. and-Anui- PERSON HIi.i To insure a happy new year, keep the liver clear and the body vigorous by using I)e Vfitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills for consti pation and liver tro'jM 's. lm Stoi-iAo- . Drug Store OBiUTAR Jennie Burnside has heen Miss ierson's guest. in Hemphill, of Nicholasvillc, was iere a few davs last week. Miss tannic Gaines left Monday for her school in Georgetown. T. Randolph Harris was in Louisville several days last week. Miss Mariam Herring, of Louisville is visiting Miss Sue Herring. Charles Harper, of Bardstown, spent several days here this week. Miss Bessie Turley, of Richmond, is the guest of Julia Mae Gaines. Miss Dielcerson, of Nicholasville, is the guest of Miss Hallie Hamilton. Lieut. John Farra made a business trip to Knoxyille, Tenn., this week. Miss Letitia Brown, of Lexington has been visiting relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs, James F. May spent Xmas week with her father, AV. B Jar-vi-s. MissSallic Buchanan, of Campbclls-villis the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. II. Mclurtry. Dr. Pines and Mr. Johnson, of land, visited friends in and around Lancaster Saturday and Sunday. e, More- - Mr. Warren Russell, wife and little daughter, Adelia, spent Xmas week with his mother, Mrs W. B. Jarvis. Mr. W. T. Wool folk and family, of Lexington, have been visiting Mrs. T. L. Broaddus and Mrs. Robt. Gulley. R. Graham Price and handsome bride, of Danville, visited his grandmother, Mrs. Susan Price, last week. The Club'' met With the Misses Kinnaird Wendesday afternoon. A large attendance and an hour spent very pleasantly. J. Fleece Robinson entertained at a twelve o'clock dinner Thursday. Those present report a very enjoyable Mrs. time. Maj. Wm. Collier, of the 4th Ken. tucky, spent the holidays at home He thinks his regiment will be ordered to Cuba soon. spent the holidays with Miss May Mr. Marcus May and Sister, Delhi, Jar-vis. Miss Nannie "Williamson, of Lexington, has been visiting Miss Alice Hudson. visiting her sister, Mrs. R. E. McRoberts Milton Elliott, of Crab Orchard, has been visiting in this city for a few days. Beard, the clever insurance ..man, has been in the city for several days. Mr. S. Jordan, of Nicholasville, during holidays. Miss Mae Ware, of Hopkinsville, is J. n. John Paul Miller came over from the Lexington State College to eat ChristMrs. Greulm has returned from mas turkey and see his girl. Paul is several months visit to relatives in The Recokd's friend, and a mighty Virginia. good young fellow. M. with Lancaster friends was the Friday evening Misses Mattie and Sallie Elkin entertained a large number of friends at their pretty home on the Stanford pike. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rigney are re joicing over the arrival of a pretty girl baby at their house. The little Miss was born Friday evening. The hands' me Miss Pearl Holcombc, of Elizabethtown, came up to attend the hop and spend several days with her friend, Miss Florence Harris. Misses Addieand Bertha Burnside are visiting Miss Eugenia Dunlap in Lexington. The latter has fully re covered from her severe illness of fe ver. Miss HattieMae Arnold and brother, Bruce, are visiting relatives near Miss Mary Traylor, been the guest of her 31. Zanone. Miss Bettie Arnold Mrs. G. T. Farris, on last week. of Lincoln, has sister, Mrs. W. visited her aunt Danville street F. Elkin spent Sunday in this Mr. G. F. Russell and family, of UpMiss Nettie Shannon, after a visit per Garrard, left Monday for Paris, to Mrs. James Collier, has returned to Texas to be gone three or four weeks to visit her father, Mr. J. T. Booth and Junction City. family and the many friends and rela Miss Allie Anderson left Monday to tions of both. visit her brother, Sam Anderson, in Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward gave Gallatin, Tenn. Wednesday of Xmas week and S. S. Yantis and son, 'Mr. and Mrs. their gnests numbered from thirty, of Winchester, spent the holidays with five to forty. Every one enjoyed the Mrs. Wm. Lear. day and especially t'ae dinner and all Jktisses Annie Howell and Venice had a good time g enerally. Midway, Ky. Mr. Cooper Dunn, wife and baby, left Honday to make a visit to Danville relatives. Mrs. Fisher Gaines, of Danville, has been yteiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Currey. Miss Rella Arnold is visiting her sister, Allie, who is attending school at city. Mike belongs to almost every secret organization on the globe. He's not only a good lodge man, but a mighty clever fellow all 'round. Miss May Z. nughes entertained about thirty couples, to meet her handsome guest, Miss Packard. The occasion was an exceedingly happy one and will be long remembered by those present. The many Lancaster "friends of Walter B. Nichols- sympathize with him in the loss of his father, who died at - Danville, seventy-si- x Saturday. Deceased was years of age and an honor- able anan. Mr. Thonns A. Wooifolk, who died in Lexington. !Cy., on Dec. Hi, 18DS, was for many years one of the most Of Ui c Si'uhon vsts the Ball jriv-!- at popular citizens of Garrard county. le Crab Orclttml S'U'liis ITIon-d:- y was born, in Cynthiana, Ky., Sept. 1st livening. 1814 and w:r. brought to his grand-fathNoel, neir the mouth of Back When Lancaster folks set their heads at making any undertaking a success. Creek, this county, ni 131'i, wnere iie they most always accomplish their ob- live! for ." years. He was, for a num ject. The young men have bsen study bar 01 vears, a linn ana working mem- ing for some time as to the best entertainment to give their lady friends during the holidays. Finally a grand ball was decided upon, but, as there was no place in town in which to give it, they concluded to charter a spec ial coach and go bv railroad to the fa nuns old Crab Orchard Springs. Monday, at noon, a great crowd of vounsr neonie. accommnanied by sev eral couples of married folks, boarded the noon train, and by two o'clock were safely housed in the handsome "Brick" at the springs. Saxton'sband, of eight in .mi, met the crowd at Row land. Mine Host, Gus Ilofman, as sisted by his charming wife, spread one of the finest live o'clock dinners we ever sat down to, and it was greatly appreciated by the merry party, judg ing from the way the dainty edibles The dining rooms and bar of the Antioch church, in that vidisappeared. tables were beautifully decorated with cinity, and his words of admonition holly and evergreens, which,"with the and deads for good are well rem sintersnowy linen, pretty dishes and polish- ed, in that commu.iity. The remains ed silver, made a sight lovely to beholc"' were interred in Lancaster Cemetery, The largest dinning hall was prettily and tha large crowd, in attendance, decorated with Hags and evergreens evinced clearly the hif.i repute in The which he waso bald. and was brilliantly lighted. He moved-tLax'mLM about live steam heaters made the entire build" ing comfortable, notwithstanding the years ago, where he. resided until his fact that outdoors the mercury in the death. He leaves aL. widow and Mrs. T. Broaddus and thermometer was scrouched in the botMrs. Robart Gulley, of this county, and tom of the tube. .six, the doors Mrs. George Murphy, Mrs. W. M. GulPromptly at half-paof the immense dining hall were ley, Messrs. W. T. and J. C. Woolfol k n thrown open and the merry dancers of Lexington, the last two being wholesale growers, in that city. soon lost in the dreamy waltz or were All the family are proving that they frolicsome Saxton's music is always line, but were properly reared, by living a life of him- Christian devotion an usefulness. If on this occasion lie fairly out-di- d we had more man like "Uncle Tomself and each number was heartly His orchestra is, as a pretty my" Woolfolk, we would have much girl expressed it, "Divine," and would less use for sheriffs, policemen and d old hypocrits criminal courts. make even the (who sit for hours gassing about danc Horrible agony is caused by Piles, cing) want to cut the pigeon wing. We Burns and skin Diseases. These are heard another party say Saxtonslnusi-simpl- y immediately relieved and quickly cur picks one up and makes him ed by De Witt's Witcli Hazel Salve. dance. There's a great deal of truth Beware of worthless imitations, in the last statement, for even The lm Stormes Drug Storo Recokd man's old, rusty joints began to twitch when "Sax" would break forth with "Dixie" or "Old Kentucky Home." The dancing was kept upuntil twelve o'clock when the party returned to the Can Prescriba v special train, getting home much earlier than they would have done had the hop been given at home. We will say for the benefit of the old gossips, that not a single boy had a drink, nor was anything done which will furnish food for the tattlers. We never saw a better behaved or happier crowd, and all will remember the oc- v Formula on each package, casion with great pleasure. Those present were Misses Jessie Cook, Sue CURES YOUR COUGH THE SWELL EVENT i 1 st two-steI sour-face- Quite a crowd of young peoplestorm-e- d Mary Kuykendali on the evening of the 2ith, in honor of bar charming guest, Virginia Nunn Ike Myers and daughter, Sallie Lou, will move to their new home near in a few days. The young people of this community regret to give Sallie Lou up, as she is an entertaining and amiable young lady. A large crowd attended the sale of F. C. Yeager, Monday, Jan. 2nd. Property sold well. Mr. Yeager ami wife will leave immediately for the west. The community regret to give them up, but wish them success in their western home. Miss Jennie Iliggins, or Marcellus, visited Miss Georgia Dunn last week. Miss Pearl Aldridge has martricu- lated in the Lancaster school for the coming rerm Miss Miriam Horriny. of Louisville, is visiting her uncle, T. 1. Herring Miss Susie Sutton spent a few days of last week with Mrs. J. 1. Hamilton in Lancaster Dr. John Durham, a '!)8 graduate of the Louis ville medical college, visited his uncle, Geo. Durham, during the holidays Mr. James Royston, who is in business in Waddj-- , Ky., visited his parents last Miss Mary Lvnn Mock, of week Danville, visited her cousin, Ilallie Rice during the holidays Misses Sallie and Lee Herring and Anna Pol lard returned Fridav from Peawua Valley, where tiny have been attend ing school, to spend tha hcPdavs John Johnson and sister, Mis.? Nell, of Upp ..- Garrard, spent part ofdast week with their cousins, Ed and Miss Jennie Perkins Miss Mary Kuykendali, who is atten ling school at Shelby vdle, ca ne home l ist week to spend the hol- days, accompanied by her guest, Miss Virginia Xunn Robert Humphrey and wife, and A. J." Chestnut and wife of Danville, visited their narcnts last week. These are dangerous times for the health. Croup, colds and throat troubles lead rapidly to Consumpth n V bottle of One Minute Cough Cire used at the right time will preserve life, health and a large amount of money, Pleasant to take: children like it. Stormes Drug Store lm y, - all who feel interested in such an en n., lerpriso especially uie 1. pastors of all the churches, with their congregations, all lawyers and physi cians, and the faculty and pupils of the Lancaster Graded School. We are encouraged to believe that a sullicienl number of competent ladies and will become members of the Club to insure the rendering of an in teresting and instructive program at every regular meeting. All are invited to attend, whether they become incur ders of the Club or not, as by so doing they can enjoy many of the benelits of the Club themselves, encourage and extend the good work through the community. Our lirst meeting will be held in the Masonic Hail on Saturday, January T at 7 o'clock p. m. .Miss Leila S. Mc Kee, president of the Western, Oxford, Ohio, will give a talk on -- The Woman." The commitle on music will favor us with some good pieces and Dr. J. L. McKee will give an abstract of IJishop liutler's Argument on the Future Life. We sincerely hope a large crowd of both young and old will meet with us. G. H. Swinkiwoad, El) G.UXliN II. V. Ratsox, Louis Laxdk .a All the musicians in town have asked to take part, and a large crowd 's expected.. gan-tjembe-e- If JSSIta EF ceres p1"-'- . ciiralEiaind Toothache . in Rw m!....t. c W. II. L1CKEI, Successor to Lackey & Gulley. First-Gla- s LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEM. Br. R. Ernldstsin, the well-know- n .Miism Hotel, optician nill be at the Monday, January 30, 1399 Returning one cliy eKch month. Eyes .xairined : n! glasses, scientifically ud used. onoAxizEii isas. Mr. S. A. Fackler, Editor of the Micanopy Fla. Hustler, with his wife and children, suffered terribly from La unppe. One .winute Lougn cure a the only remedy that helped them. It acted ouicklv. Thousands of others use this remedy as aspecilic for Li Grippe, and its exhausting aftereffects Stormes Drug Store lm SIOll. UllUll Li. 3l!l"MII, hoy, who located in Chicago a number of veal's since, and ;ITI1NS W NATIONAL i'Y. BAN! OF LASOASTEE. Capitul, Surplus Fund BUSINESS $50,000 10,000 SOtlITKB. Prejidant . iarefnl anil ProroptAttcatlonGnjiranteed Is a Lancaster 1. X. HlOlilNSOTHAM .RWIS Y. Leatkll . F. Hcpsos '. Ch:er Assistant Cash'i BooktfejHdr DIRECTORS: O. RlCNIY D. Walkkk m. h166ixbothax, Lewis Y.I.savell, B.Jokjwox, T. M.Arnold, I.G. Absomi, J2. 3. F. Hddso.n. LSX.OlBBi, Jacob Y. Robinson. J. J.Walisr MARSHAL'S SALE FOR CITY TAXES. Court IIo si in Laueate Ky., the ollon inj property for city ta.es for the year JSJS Mr George, Doors. Jm E. 1 lot II imilton,' J I., 1 lot Marra, Mr-- . Margaret, I lot .Moss, It M., 3 acres SheK, John, 1 lot Beazk-2 Si o U5 s SS 5 5a 6 Cj I will 0.1 January the 7Ji, 109 sell o the highest bi ider in front of the IN MEMORIAM. On the 11th night of Dec. 'US, death visited our home and took away the one that was most dear and nrecious to us. Our grief is very deep, the loss of our dear father. We all know the reason why God called him lirst, it was because lie was nearest ready. God knows bast alwavs. He doeth All things Well. Why, dear friends, there is none of you know what an awful thing it is to stand over a dear, good father, as he was and see him bleed his life blood away and not one thing you can do for him, unless you have had the trial of it. It is hard, but we have it to bear. Our loss is his great gain. All we can do is, trust in the same God that has taken our dear one from us. All that we could do was not enough. God's power is greater than all men. We thank our many friends for their kindness during our bereavment. Lowell, Ky., Dec. 22, 'JiS. Wberritt.Toin, 1 lot LIST. . 4 35 5 78 2 30 1 02 1 07 3 10 2 30 2 76 COLORED Onnn. Ben. 1 has as good practice as any lawyer in Gates II el rs, lot lot Yv'indy City, lie is a good friend Huffman, Sylvia. 1 lot the most ICeinper, Stephen, 1 lot of Tiik ItECOKD, and one of its Lenvell, Nick I lot valued readers. Middleton. Ed., lot 1 1 WHEN THE RECGRD TALKED FOR Telephones in Lancaster, the d. 1 t7 l'ellinau. Jo, 1 lot a 30 Uichle, Edmoud, 1 lot 1 3S Schooler, Martha. 1 lot Thomas Alec, 1 1 it 2 15 Yantis Lewis, 1 lot 2 40 E. M. WAI KEIt, M. C.L Pb vkl Gastixe.vu. A CLUB. J s To be Organized In tills City. est to All. Dr. Otto's J Spruce GuiiK Balsam. ) t ( I Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs, One Minute .Cough Cure loosens the cold, allays coughing and heals quickly. The best cough cure for children. Stormes Drug Store The undersigned, a committee on organization, proposes to establish a Club in Lancaster, Ky., for the special purpose of engaging in those discus- cussions and exercises which tend to the cultivation of our intellectual, social and religious natures. The club is not to be under the con trol of any denomination of Christians. bat we hope to make it a great benelit to the whole" community and therefore of we invite the hearty Price, 25 & 50c. j CUBAN OILcnreb Planters, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rhenmatism and Sores. Price, - B. E. McRoberts, 25 cents Electric lights in Lancaster, the croakers laughed. R. KSNNAiRO'S New Police Court room, Engine House and county ollices, the croakers laughed. A better train service, the croakeis Representee Over laughed. -Electric lights in the Court House the croakers laughed. Sunday mails, the croakers laughed, In the following Fire Insurance Telegraph ollice up town, the croak Companies ers laughed. .Etna of Hartford. A night policeman, the croakers laughed. Queen of America. :V vault at the Cemetery, the croak National of Hartfort. ers laughed. Phenix of Brooklyn. A handsome, new hotel, the croakers Hartford of Hartford. laughed. iV fine, Opera House, the Manchester of England. V croakers laughed. Connecticat of llartford. the croakers still Better North British and Mercantile. laughed. our people to get a hustle on Gorman American of New York. For 'em, the croakers laughed. Lirerpool and London and Hlebe. Now, when the croakers get a look I also represent the old reliable at new buildings w'hich will go up in we hope they will slip on New York Life the spring, Public Square and the newly-pave- d t break their trifling necks. Hey? Insurance Agency 357,000,000 side-walk- s, Insurance COMPANY r? KH&t"l Tho Jiuc'.f, Ktnpof All Birds. Is noted for lt3 keen sight, clear and distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, .styes, sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids. Sold at 25c ts McRoberts Drug Store. to Save Your Corn for me. will ,'ive C1.."0 per barrel fur 1.000 2.000 barrels of corn deliverer in (1 !S. Ve:ilt llyo Arc Lancaster Stron; "W- - O. T. U March or April, ISO!). .1 no. "SV. Mil-leuMj;r, Pilgrimage Distillery Co. Com is worth 51.73 at Lexington. .lamer. Bourne bought a nice mule at Yeager's sale for $$Q. B. F. Kobinson bought of George a nice lot of hogs at Ik: Ti. V. Robinson bought of Geo.Evans some 1:10 lb. sfcoats at $2.r. n (I. A. Swinebroad sold to Cyrus per head. a buneh of rat tie at W. G. and ('. V.. Andeiwn sold to J. "V. W iller a nice bunch of calves at $21 per head. Si-lEa-sp- dim vision made clear, styes remove and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherland's; Eagle Eje live. Its put up in tubes, and sold in a guarantee at aickodcus urug Store. The Lancaster J. TUe Camlj" Eiilclirn Ilcitmins. S. Edmiston has rented the room Jjoining Harris' harness shop, and will keep fresh candy constantly tin hand. HI:; liKlcrprlsc. .1. E. Scott, of Buena Vista, is mak ing picparations to build a large ware house in front of his dwelling, on the should know that FOLEY'S lands of .John Scott, his father, and irmT vU HONEY TATt is absolutely will handle wheat and tobacco and the best rer:icdy for all diseases of the store same for fanners. 'XJjnc.t. ;usi or Lungs. Dealers are A bi:s!ness meeting of the Y. V. C. authorized to sruarantce it to give sat A. will be held in the Odd Fellows isfaction in all eases. 3m Hall, over .1. Joseph's ttore tomrr-roV.. V. C'ibinsoii marketed a car load (Friday) night, at seven o'clock, of hogs in Cincinnati the past week for and a regular inciting Sunday after-All cordially invi n nn at three i which k? yaid 2J iu :c p.r pound. ted to come. liav. II. N. F.vrLcoxK!:,Pres't. B. F. Robinson shipoe-load (s: a car bi:t-lucal tie 1o Cincinnati this week January LinHe Uoim- - .Toiiriuil. for v.hlch he pud from 2i to 3 cents Tiie New Year's Ladies' Home Jour The Ifarrooshi'.rg Democrat notes nal gives assurance of a purpose to tJis following silos: A car load fathom make that r.iagiziue more useful and helpful, and its literary at s.!5': i.t.'-u- nounn.s tobacco m wor and artistic .stronger in during features, eer and Washington counties, highest than evr b 'fore, it contains a num 4 cents: car load ber of practical art id.-;- . price 0 yearling mules purchased in that coun. oi features of tighter interest, and :ge drawing by AV. witii ty during piist month of fromS-J- tr open-Taylor, a fullp rating Longrellows L. illusi $30 porisead. the animals to be shipped Village Blacksmith. Early Colonial t) i ositgomery, Ala., this wee social life is mirrored in "The Most Arisln'-ratiSocial Event in America'' Mr. El; ha Berry, of this place, s:vyt the annual ball of the Philadelphia never had anything do him so much 'Assembly, an article that will be he e go'xl and give such quick relief in mi read with unusual interest. A view of interest rheuaiatism as ChnmbrMlahr.s Pain or Loschti.ky,strongCVveland is given by MolVett. 13dm. lie was bothered greatly will who d'sclose the methods of s'looting pains from hip to knee r.nt' Man Who Taught Faderewski." and heiisvl this liniment, which affords Elizab'th (J. JoVdan tells "What it Nev. aviper Woman," a Means pro njt relief. B. F. Bakkk, druggist subject to be a which" she writes upon from Oliio. IVr sale by B. II Mc her own experiences. Ht. Paris. Edward Bok. in the Januaey JourTin Jloberts, Druggist. nal, writes on The Bush of AmeriThe review of the can Women." making a plea for moie repose, through which the real pleasleaf tobacco market is Munmed up fn iohov.m Mue.t nave l a lien en, on ac ures of life am to be extracted, fiction, the count of the half crop of 1S'..T, to th of Camp Aevpnrience: of "The. Girls ready." "The Minister of smanei. ligure since is.1,?, rnees are Cartnage" and "Tiie Jamesons in the nniCii lower than last year, but the Country' are continued: The iirst of value of the low grades have been well a series of article on "The House Practical" details maintained, .so tint the. returns ar d?orate the hall how to furnish and and staircase, and larger than might ha-.- been expected other page features give photographs-"Kjfr- e average per nogh'.teau is anear 'ti iniod Halls and Stairways" aim uie of the LS!T record. The :iew cruji.lMtl and "Pretty Booms of ('iris." Mrs. S. T. tells how to eirve awl serve of Barley and dark, is large, but is not meatsBorer game, and gives a variety of and a record breaker. The Barley crop has menus for small social affairs. There been badley damaged, but tiie dark is are niim"ious other practical articles oimymii interest m ie Mm st grown in tifteen wars and !V'i,n, . household. By The Curtis Pub-- c .inmands good pr.ccs. The market Companv. Philadelnhia. One promises to be belter after the hoi:- - dollar per year: ten cents 'per copy, Temper;mcc ccption in the Masonic Hall Thursday afternoon from two to four o'clock. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. W. A. Yantis, of Paragould, Ark., who was visiting in this citjr. Mrs. Yantis is ti zealous member of the organization and has done noble work "For God, Home and Native Land." She was a member of the local Union when a resident of Lancaster. A large number of ladies were present at the meeting, all delighted at the opportunity of again meeting their old friend and We will take occasion to use here the article prepared for our souvenir edition, but was crowded out, It is a brief HISTOKY OF LANCASTKK UNION. AVomans Christian Un5on held a public re No IUght to U;tU9?. The woman who is lovely In face, form and temper will always have friends, but one who would bo attractive must keep her health. If she is weak, sickly and all run down, she will be nervous and irritable. If she has constipation or kidney trouble, her impure bipod will cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch, ed complexion. Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu rify the blood. It gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make a good look ing, charming woman of a invalid. Only oO cents at R. E. Drug Store. lm run-dow- n A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR IS THE GREAT THROAT and LUNG REMEDY. been lost then and there, but for the interference of Charlie Poindexter, pf Mr. Hughes Marcellus, Kentucky. s lid that X. Y. Z. had given away his patent scheme for the destruction of the English sparrow, and X. Y. Z. ac-- k lowledged the corn. But roindex-t3threatened to have them both turned out of the church, and said, "not being a lawyer, I know better Lawyers ought to know better but it seems they do not. The placing of so as to two wires in destroy life by throwing on an electric current is exceedingly ingenious, a was the placing of stuffed sparrows upon those wires to act as "decoy ducks" so to speak. But neither is r, juxta-positio- Ir.tr" Vwt it. .mZ. o.- v . M.tua s ir4-. The Womans Christian Temperance l w l j t e close-rang- Cf)!irier-.!turnar- .s e t Is Vi ments and lotions for this painful more severe each year, ami disabling disease. The fact is, and like all other blood diseases, J'heuni.-itisi:is a disordered etate ie doctors are totally unable to of the hloud it can be reached, cure it. In fact, therefore, only through tho blood. tho only remedies '.iters-33ut all blood remedies can not cure which they preItheuniatism, for it is an obstinate scribe are potash disease, one which requires a real and mercury, and blood remedy something more than though temporary a mere tonic. Swift's Specific is relief may result, the only real blood remedy, and it .' i" u fV '"l--promptly goes to the very bottom of )W& f?u4 dce !l sliffnesa inof eve.i tho most obstinate case. joints and only vvbfri.Si! A few years ago I wns tnken with tensify tho disease. Kiii'iim;iti:-in- . which, though ?3 S. S. never disappoints, for it mild :it iirs t, became gradually so in- is made to cure these d tense that I was for week;! unable to walk. I tried several prominent physi- diseases which are beyond the cians and took their tr.'iitment faith- reach of all other remedies. It fully, but wnsunnble toet the slightest c;:re3 permanently Rheumatism, relief. In tact, my condition seemed to Catarrh , Ca ncer.Scroftila .Eczema . grow worse, the pains spread over my entire body, nd from Kovcmber to and all other blood diseases. It March I suffered agony. I tried ninny is the only blood remedy guarpatent medicines, but none relieved me. anteed ! a,'V-.-t?- continued the rensKiy jtte.din two months I was cored coin Ien22Gy IS Liie Oiliy fi:-- ' ctirt ;va permanent, foi Sui'teiy I li:ivc never had a touch Oi Bhe.imatiMii, though many times expased to damj) and weather Tiri'ia.t, If the peop'e generally knnw the 3711 Poweiton Er.!:.oa M.Phdadeiphir. true ecus') of Rheumatism, then' Those who have had experience would bo uo such thing as lini- with lUiouniatism know that it I ei-Avi-nn- iil"cly Vc'CtdbiS Kfiieoiiiaiisiiio B!ood p,lt 50 Imj'-'- A O .'. utiles that n bailer cfier t.i!::PK twi t deep-roote- Upon i he advice of a friend I decided to S. S. S. Before allowing me to take it, however,' my guardian, who was a chemiit. analyzed the remedy and pro- try Purely Vegetable Books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. nounced it free of potash or mercury. Callani S33 thi3 CaU'bratDi Waon. a'j Ml It fully Warranted and Excels all others. Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Han Union is doubtless more widely known than any othar organization of women in this, and possibly in any other on shortest notice. CandUIitte for thn Lsslslatare. catmtry. Lexixgtox, Ky., Jan. 4. Patrick T. Jt was organized in 1874, one year Special attention given Comsherry, a youifjr democratic l.twyer after the great temperance Crusade, mercial Travelers. Tuesday announced himself as a canswept over the land. This cru which didate for the nomination as represenin sade, at the time, was denounced RICE BENGE Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam. tative in the Kentucky leffislatura, in bitterest terms by its foes, and looked A physician can prescribe Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam. The Formula is on the package. opposition to V.'illiam Klair. upon with suspicion by friends; but, W. C. Slimer. John Hoshal Cures your Cough in a day. Very pleasant to Knocked From t!i Tracli bjr a Train. take. Children cry for it. Large size bottles. time has proven the justice of the cru Price 25c and 50c. Morkiiead, Ky., Jan. 4. Sara Stam sade's cause and methods. Desperate & HOSHAL For Beautiful Complexion Use Dr. per, aged fj, was knocked from tho diseases demand desperate remedies, Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. track and probably fataily injured by For sale by the women Time had come to act, and IVE STOCK SALESMEN d an f re'ght train at Farm R, E. AiuKuuerts. singing, "uive to tne winus my iear.s: er's. Hope' and be undismayed," went forth UNION STOCK YARDS, sulfide ntly novel to be patentable. Coal liarrq Snif. from their own bright tire sides, to The application of these principles Petersburg, Ky,, Jan. 4. A passing - - CINCINNATI, O. face scathing criticism and bitter was ingenious in the extreme, and the towboat sunk a barge containing 0,000 abuse: yet knew not themselves how OUR COXiTISSIOX CHARGES ARB combination novel, but are excluded bushels of coal, belonging to thelloono great was the tower to be erected on $3.00 PER CAR FOR IIOGS. $10. by the statutes, in such cases made County Distilling Co., and vah:d at the foundations which they were to VUiiitark' Iron Nerve. provided, from the list oCpatenta S400. lay. For the "Crusade" could not last PER CAR FOR C1TTZE. Was the resultof his splendid health md The always, and out of it grew its "Sober Indomitable will, and tremendous en. ble inventions. Reference: Western man IJGernk, patand its application are second thought," the W. C. T. U., crgy are not found where btomach, Cincinnati, O which, although an organization of Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of entable, because novel and useful. But the ingredients were not given away twenty-liv- e years existence, order. If you want these qualities less than numbers its members by hundreds of and the success they bring, use Dr. by X. Y. Z., and Mr. Hughes was not Vou Are Going North, Can Prescribe v thousands, and carries on forty depart- King's New Life Pills. They develop h irt, if the court knows herself and she think she do." ments of work along moral and social every power of brain and body. Only You Are Going South, At this point Daws said, "Dogged if lines. 23c at R. E. McRoberts drug store, lm don t believe t name is rignt," and But not content with home work Vou Are Going East, xtended his paw which was met in fie same kind spirit in which it was alone, "Bound the world missionaLancaster Hum Paw-pafashion. Cm extended, ries" were sent by our National organYou Are Going West: No saloons. PAULEY CIIOIXDEXTFK. taill. izations to every continent on the Two tailors. PUSCHASC TICKETS VIA THE globe, and to the islands of the seas to Volcanic Iiruptlon. Four hotels. educate and organize. A worlds W. C. Formula on each package. grand, but Skin Eruptions rob Arc T. U. was the result, and now many Two jewelers. life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve other countries are bound to our own Pour dentists. cures them: also Old, Running and CURES YOUR COUGH Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons by white ribbon bands, which have Seven doctors. Corns, "Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, IN A DAY indeed "belted the globe." Sailds. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Ten groceries. A delegate from California, at the Bsst Pile cure on earth. Drives out Louisvillg Nashville ft. R.I Price, 25 & 50c. recent St. Paul Convention illustrated Four churches. Pains and Aches. Only 2." centsa box. Cure Guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Mc the aggressive spirit of this organiza A pretty Park. lm Roberts, Druggist. AND SO SCCURS tion when sue urged that her own Two milliners. R. Ii McRoberts, state be the next meeting place of the Taklnjr nn Invoice at the IVnltent tary. Poor sidewalks. The Maximum Safety, Convention, and added :u a pleasant- Fhankfort, Ky., Jan. 4. The peni Two coal yards. rv. that as unions would soon be or The Maximum tentiary shut down Monday and will Speed, ganized in Cuba, Porto Bico and the A good railroad. 'J he Electropoisc does not, however, aot be in operation pending' the in- Phillipines, California would be the Two shoemakers. roicc which is being taken of the on fine itscures along any particular The Maximum Comfort, center of the nation, and of national Two drug stores. prison stock. The new Martin con- l ne. It cures by removing the cause temperance work, and therefore the tract became operative Monday and causing the system to absorb Oxygen, The Minimum A candy kitchen. Rates. proper place to hold the Convention under it the state goes out of the chair purifying the blood, and building up Excellent streets. The death of Florence E. Willard, manufacturing business, which, howthe system for nineteen years president of the Three stage lines. Rites, Time and all other information will ever, will be continued by the new Dear Sirs: The goitre has entirely be cheerfully furnished by National, was the severest blow the Splendid Hour mill. contractors. Martin, in the future, will disappeared from Mrs. Wilson's neck, organization lias ever had to meet. It c. p. ATMonr, o. p. a.. Two planing mills. pay 40 cents a day straight for convict and she is the proudest and most grute is needless to eulogize in this short Loci3YU.ir. Ky. laborers. f ul woman in the world. The Eiectro- - Or by Seven shoe houses. sketch, a woman, for whose death the K. C. Branch. poise has accomplished what the phy D Rtlllery Syml cite Three undertakers. o3nth-b'nHags at our national capital were hung Mixed, passes Lancaster, 11 S!5 a. jziu r. " .Mixed. Louisville, Ky.. Jan. 4- .- r. 'l. Stoll, sicians and medicines could not. More North-b'uA good brass band. at half mast. Her loss is inestimable, " Pass gr than seven years ago she was told that South-b'cof New York, the attorney who for " " i2a a.m but her work will go on. Mrs. L. M. Two meat markets. she could never be cured. The Elec some time has been working on a plan N. Stevens, the newly elected presi Four livery stables. to syndicate Kentucky distilleries, is tropoise contradicted the opinion of E dent is a woman of most noble qualiagain in the city, and will be joined learned doctors, has remove.! the Two wagon makers. ties, and will doubtless win the devo- Wednesday bv t. B. Shaw, a Chicago swelling, and she is entirely well. Six men's furnishers. tion.of the followers whose banner she 1 have under my observation an financier. Morris S. Greenbaum, of holds aloft, and inspire in them fresh Two National Banks. New York, who represents another other case of goitre that is being rapNATIONAL courage and zeal. Large poultry house. distilleries, is also in dly cured. It is my only doctor, and plan to syndicate In 18S5 Mrs. Lucy A. Neild, organ Five dry goods stores. the city, and something may develop I use it in my family for all ailments. ized in Lancaster the first union of Mrs. Sam Wai.kei in a few days. A large grain elevator. ( SURPLCS. CAPITAL Garrard county. Regular meetings Wife of United States Commissioner, OF Two furniture dealers. I'rltoiirr Kic.ipf J ill. f300,000.00 I 965.0M.00. have been held weekly from that time Wytheviile, Va., July 9, 1890. Russellvii.i.u, Ky., Jan. 4. Three Three hardware stores. and much good work has been done in LANCASTER, KY. prisoners escaped from the jail here many departments. Seed has been Three laundry agencies. Tuesday night by filing the bars. sown, through scientific, temperance Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Four insurance agencies. They were Tom Pulley (colored). 513 Kv. instruction, medal contest, loyal temA dozen boarding houses. charged with shooting with the intent A. R. Denny. President. perance legions, and in other ways Splendid telephone system. Bob P.obcrts, charged with to kill; Jko. E. Stosmes. Vice President. which will doubtless some day spring W'm. Williams, and Excellent electric light plant. W. H. Kinxaibd, Cashier. up and bring forth fruit. OF charged with grand larceny. Williams The prettiest girls in the world Hiiring the existence of this union? 8.C.DNNT, J. F. Robinson; Js. is a noted crook and belongs to tho Valuable Property. temperance issues have at different Fine colored Public School. BookOceeper. Assistant Cosh'r. Morgan gang of thieves in this section. I WILL sell publicly on the premises, at times come before the people fcr R. T. Embst Ass't A solid Building and Loan Associa A big reward will be offered for him. .Manse, Kentucky, on empowersettlement, and though not Saturday, January 14, 1899, tion. Kentucky Fas tin a ten. ed with the privileges of the ballot, it the folio.vlug property: DIRECTORS Eight lodges, (including the colored WasiiixgtoS', Jan. 4. The following One Store Honse and Fixtures: One TM is doubtless largely due to the labors ones). Jas Spllm&n, containing about TWO ACHES, Dwelling, Shop Sam'l. D.Cochran, Kentucky postmasters were appointed ana bOAicn inereou of these Christian women that the A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny, The finest Graded School in Central Wednesday: 'Brewers. Marshall county, TERMS made known on day of sale. open saloon is no longer a menace to W. R. Cook, L. Davidson. Kentucky. G. A. BALLARD, Assignee. James A. Cullom; Deda, Clinton coun the boys of our town. Jno.E.Stormes. January 6, lS93-One of the largest distilleries in ty, William II. Ilamon; Hazelpatch, Five presidents have stood at the Laurel county, W. M. Tinch; Ilobbs, head during its existence; Mrs. Fowle, Central Kentucky. county, Patrick D. Carmodey Mrs. Yancey, Mrs. Sweeney, Mr HubFourteen practicing lawyers. (Four Bullitt Edmonson county, Alonzo F. Segal, ble and Mrs. Gill. The present more holding license.) Whalin. are, Mrs. Gill, president; Mrs. Telegraph and telephone connection Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights Gilbert In tiatlier n : Dit. Farra, Bee. Secretary: Mrs. Royslon, with the world at large of Pythias, meets every Thursday-nighFnAJfKFOiiT, Kj, Jen. 4. Congres: Cor. Sec'y: Mrs. Patterson, Treasurer. u. (.. Uilbert is looking up in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g man-eleThe union stands with open doors, "When you cannot sleep for coughing data to be used in the defense of his At the rate of Knights are fraternally inviteager to welcome, regardless of creed take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It claims to a scat in congress from the or denomination,all who will enter its always gives prompt relief. G. B. Swinebroad C. 2 ed. It is most ranks, and engage in the warfare for excellent for colds, too, as it aids ex Eighth district, which has been con E. Robikson, K. R. & S. J. pure lives, unclouded brains, and P2ctoration, relieves the lungs and tested by congressman Davidson. Da vidson claims that the gerrymander re Home Protection. prevents any tendency toward pneu duccd the district's voting population S. BEAZLEY, monia. For sale by R. E. MeRoberts below the federal apportionment.CONSUMPTION CURED. lm Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam will cure any Druggists. Ion. Iticreaurd Kevennf C..1I-case of consumption if taken in time. ConTnrvHBl Teth extracted without paf sumption starts with a slight cough or cold. LAWREXCEmino, Ky., Jan. 4. Tho Tiie Htttclict Burled. UiXXJ w th Vitalized Air. Office in This is where consumption gets its start and if A MONTH. a thjjes; Thompson Bnltdlng. yon will use Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam, Mr. M. D. Hughes and X. Y. Z. met internal revenue collections on whisky you will cure the couph, heal the lungs and by Deputy throat and avoid the most dreaded of all di- a few days ago for the first time, after at this point, as reported seases, consumption. Delay in attending to a Collector C. W. Petty, for the calendar HOOD, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST slight cough may cost you your life. Large size their, estrangement over the English J S1,537,C03.C3, which bottles. Price 25c and 50c For sale by sparrow business. .They stood and year 1S98, were SURGEON-DENTISDAILY PAPER IN THE WORLD ia an increase over that of 1897 of R."E. McRoberts, scowled at each other for a few min 350,000. LANCASTER. S?T' utes, then each by a quick, convulsive EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK Seen. Sal Dcallt ol' the Jay Bird. Feroc.oa Office over J. C. Thompsan's JeweU-tore movement carried his hand toward the DvPIe trot. Augusta, Ky., Jan. 4. A ferocious The Jay Bird sat on a swinging limb, inevitable, proverbial, EXCEPT SUNDAY, and 12 hogs on George Ilarri Crying fire! lire! fire! two very valuable lives might have beast killed At the rate of son's farm, near here, Tuesday night. But no attention was paid to him, Election Notice. Sam Gordley saw the animal. He says Because he was a liar. for 3 Months, $1.00 There will ha 1 meetlwr oi tho shareholder for 6 Alonths. $1.50 of the Citizens National Bank held in their of' DIGEST YOUR FOOD. it was about four feet long and white. And when he left that swinging M.b, lice in Lancaster, Ky.. between the honrs of NlnetT tier cent, of all riclnes9 is canoed few A number of men with a pack of for 1 Year. $2.00 a. m., and 2 o'clock p. m.. Tuesday' food not being1 properly digested, it creates poiCr3'ing hrc! fire! fire! sons and (roes Into yonr blood and then yon are hounds arc now hot on its trail. January 10th, 1S99, for the purpose of clectlmr n Hoard of Directors to serve the ensnlutc year liable to almost any disease the'hnman system A little boy threw a rock at him, . 3, ISM. Is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver B. F. Hudson, Uar For sampfe copies, leave us lropct re llrldrcrootn KilIrI. And. hit that liar. Powder and watch the results. Yon will feel your name or write the Lexikgton, Ky., Jan. 4. I. George the (rood effects after taking one dose. Give It a trial and be convinced. Price 25c And when, with his last breath, Election Notice. Strum, of the 12th New York, who was Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam Curs ne still was crying fire! lire! fire! An election for Directors of tho National-Banwkilled in a railroad wreck in New Con Ysur Csuff.li, Just th Mstllsins of Lancaster to serve the ensuing year The little boy who was in at his death cord, O., was to have, been married will be held at the Banking House la Lancas' fsr ChlUfrsn. Said, says he, "I have killed me Louisville, Ky. er ky on the 2nd Tuesday 10h day) oi JanFor sale by here January SO, to Miss Minnie uary 1890 between the honrs of 10 a m ta'l p m, liar," X. Y.-R. E. McRoberts, Schooler. . Wm. H. Letter from Judge Sundlfer. Dawson Springs, Ky., Dec. 29, '98 Friend Louis: The Souvenir Edition of last Friday is a beauty, and cer. t.t inly speaks well of the Editor and all his otllce force. In looking over it I was astonished at the labor, and pains taking required in collecting so much of interest to the citizens oj Lancaster, and those who have lived here. I very readily recognized each face. To mo each was a striking like ness. My old friend Col. Yantis, Capt. F. J. White, W. II. Kinnaird, Theo dore Currey and others that I need not name, brought to my mind many pleasant assoceations that arc past. Though not a native of Lancaster, part of my life in it, spent the and in memory often visit the dear old town and county, who had honored me far above my merit. Since my firstintroduction in Lancaster society I have loved it, and when circumstances made it necessary for mc to seek a home elsewhere, after a citizer.sh p for twenty six years, I returned to my old native county Boyle. God bless Lancaster and give it much future Your friend, prosperity. N. Sandifer Foley's Kidnoy Care preparation for all diseases. The propr Medicine guarantee funded Do they mark? Is a porfectly reliable Kidney and Bladder ietors of this Great it or the money (lest rye a white lm NEW LIVERY. I have purchased the to furnish the Wal- Uoazlit llonrbon Comity Lnl. Paws, Ky., Jan. 4. Col. Kobert Ford, of New York, lias purchased of Col. C. ker stable and am prepared Clay's estate o:r acres of land at SS3 per acre. I his gives Col. rortl over 1,200 acres in one tract of Bourbon county land. Very Best Rigs the bter IDUm cast-boun- deoderizing-de-compose- r, A Physician? Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum If ff if Balsam. &&&& jt ELECTROFQIBE of of of of 'v d ortn-t-n- d 1493-TU- Ml Dubois &.webb. &$ki house-breakin- g, ASSIGNEE'S SALE 2t. olli-cc- rs A Daily Paper t - JQH -- DENTIST J. T, it D.-c- Evening Post, k Kinnaird, Gwfc'r;