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SIJ fc NINTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class KVIUBERSS 01i Matter s It t- ty1- I he tntai1 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Cor Public Square and Vauril e Avenue 1 SEE TIlE ROSSFEED CRUSHER Col W G Welch Stanford W I William Lancaster WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly CALLAND R Haselden FARMERS 1 s sJJ11 t FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky BEAZLEY rrGH IANt a LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 13 1899 LOCAL HAPPENINGS nfnnnrtnnnrrnnny j llA A A ll l A l 1il Itf fllflllitltif 11 1 UIlIUIlUl11l 4l6SI11 1ldl Plenty sleet and snow Work at K P lodge tonight Smoke the ProctorKnott cigar Fresh oysters daily at G S A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy to the smoker I or Rent A house on Richmond street W J ROMANS I All firstclass cigar stands have the Proctor Knott cigar Weather of all descriptions has been dished out this week I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Come in and see our new car pets The Logan Dry Goods Co Everybody indebted to G S will please call and get their Now Years gift Notice Parties owing me will please call anti settle W S Beazley- tf D D S For Rent The store room in the Thompson block on Richmone street J C THOMPSON G S Gaines will buy all the cqrn he can get at a barrel in any goods he handles We are receiving nice line of Ladies Muslin underware which we will sell at very low prices The Logan Dry Goods Co A brown nose pug bitch with a black leather collar The finder will please return to JRIIaselden Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Nutricious and Digestablc Nothing like it II C Potts Ky For Kent Toll house and two acres of ground on Lexington pike Possession given immediately M II GILL janCtf For Pension Examiners A Washington Dispatch says Davison has recommended Drs E Evans and H M Grant for members of tLe local pension board Gain l line Gaines 12 Lost Buckeye Congressman t IJran aId ShipstuCT I have on hands a fine lot of bran and Will deliver at and 12 per ton Buy now while it is cheap JOHN H POTTS Sample Copies We send out a great many sample copies of TIlE RECORD this issue If you like it send us a dollar and you will get the paper regularly every For Sale or tent My eight room Dwelling House on Campbell street Lancaster Ky given 1st day of January ISm Address I C Rucker Paint LickKy janGtf Good News for the Teachers Miss Lusk county superintendent asks us to say to the teachers that the money will be ready to pay them Saturday Come early and avoid the rush Opens School Miss Sallie Anderson opened school at her residence on Danville street Monday The mere mention of this fact insure a large number of pupils as she is an excelent teacher Bank Stock for Sale Fifteen shares of capital stock in the National Bank of Lancaster will be sold before the court house door in Lancaster Monday January 23 1899 at 1130 oclock a m Officers for W C T U Tomorrow Saturday the annual election of officers of the Lancaster Womans Christain Temperance Union will de held in their regular meeting rooms All members are urged to be present MRS MARGARET GILL Burial Flag Capt Jim Dillon has just received a beautiful bunting flag to be used by the G A R in burial ceremonies If all members of the Post hustled like Jim they would have the best one in the state The Bryant Stratton Every young man who has gone from here to Bryant Stratton Business College Louisville has succeeded in securing a good position and where they stuck to business have worked themselves to firstclass situations The tuition is very reasonable and the facilities and methods unsurpassed 10 Possession tomorrow ship tufi week a C GREAT SWEEPING OUT SALE 0 NaI 1 1 1 Mens Boys Childrens In order to clean up our fall and winter Stock to make room for our Spring Stock we offer Mens Boys and Childrens Suits at Unheardof Prices SUITS I Overcoats We have a good assortment in KENS BOYS and These must be closed out and in order to of 20 cent on each coat Dont miss this opportunity YOUTHS OVER cOB J f S L i h a diRscount ar ECGI ECIBI 5CS tJTB SI PU SQLA OAST RKY if tJ ctd M 1 f rt c Yin S Blacksmith Shop for tent Will rent my shop and tools for 1899 Possession given immediately jan6tf G S GREENLEAF Dr Hays Dead Dr John Hays for several years pastor of the local Presbyterian church died at Maysville last week and was buried at Danville Monday The Rink Smith Henry are doing very well with their skating rink and havea big crowd every night They recently or dered one hundred pairs new skates of the latest pattern and have everything in tip top shape The LANCASTER RECORDS Souvenier edition was beyond any effort hereto fore made by our Kentucky exchanges EDITOR LANDRAM has a good paper and the Record has agood Editor Mt Vernon Signal Impromptu Dance The youngsters had some money left from their Crab Orchard hop so concluded to blow it in for a little dance at the Mason House Tuesday night Sig Blacks band furnished the inspiration About eight couples participated Exchange Potts Bros have established an ex change at the residence of Mrs Cunninghams on Depot streot and will keep on hand flour meal shipstuff etc to exchange for wheat They will erect a large builbing within the next few weeks Building Loan Officers The Lancaster B L Association elected the following officers Tuesday W H Kinnaird president J C Hemphill secreiary S C Denny treasurer J E Stormes J C Thomp son R E McRoberts W J Romans Wm Herndon directors Directors Elected The two banks held their annual elections Tuesday and retained the same officers as shown in their busi ness cards in TIlE RECORD These rank among the very best In the south and Lancaster business men are proud of them duct Daiuego The sleet played havoc with tele phone wires Monday night Dr Kinnar says his damage will reach forty or fifty dollars As the wires were a cross the electric light lines the latter were not turned on that night for fear of burning out the telephone instruments Red Hot From The Gun Was the ball thathit G B Steadman of Mich in the Civil War It caused horible Ulcers that no helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile euro on earth 25c a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist VII Preach Sijudqy Rev Jasper 0 Marsee the newly selected pastor of the Lancaster Bap tint church will arrive this week from Orlnnda Fla and preach Sunday morning and night at the usual hours As stated in a previous issue of THE RECORD he will preach every Sunday instead of twice a month as has been customary at this A large congregation should greet the brother Another Improvement A railroad man told TIm RECORD the company was having two entirely new and uptodate coaches built for the day train on this branch They will be perfect models of convenience and comfort A new engine is also being built for Engineer Lammers and when complete the train will be an elegant one Capt Phil Price says business is much better on his train since it was turned around Judge Hughes has suggested that owners who refuse to build on or sell their lots in Lancaster should be made to move them out of town This is a pretty good suggestion and we wish it could be done There is a step which can be taken however which will have a good effect and that is to make the owners fill up the old cellars remove the rubbish sod tho ground and put a fence around it Try this ye city dads Hauled The Fodder A lively crowd hangs around the building adjoining McRoberts which is occupied by E W Harris T J Hatcher and M D Hughes Wednesday Capt Tom Aus tin came in and said he wanted a man to haul a load of fedder Someone sug gested that Judge Hughes go after it and Harris and Hatcher bet a dollar that he would not go The money was put up and to the great those present the Judge put on his overcoat went to Austins hitched to a sled and went a mile in the country for the load About twelve oclock he crossed the Public Square riding the horse and dragging a big sledload of cornstalks He took it to Capt Aus tins unloaded it and turned the horse in the lot The created much amusement but Judge got his dollar he is to go again when anyone has a dollar to pay with ewark treatment Suggestion drugstore surprise- of occurrence T If i f if t J C institutions church ttood Beautiful laces at Josephs Handsome Paraphernalia The local K P lodge has just receiv ed a set of regalia for confering degrees which the manufacturer says is the handsomest ever sent to a country lodge All the robes are of silk and made in the handsomest manner Jim Crow Dillon who looks after the lodge property is the proudest man now in Kentucky Our line of Hamburgs is uhsurpass ed J Joseph A High Old Time The Masons postponed their goose supper from Monday to Wednesday night For fear of soiling the lodge room carpet the supper was given in Judge Burnsides office A big crowd was present but Brothers JakeJoseph and R A Burnside the committee had prepared enough for all When asked where they got the geese Jake and Judge only said that as Masons they had to keep a silent tongue Beautiful Muslin Underwear for at J Josephs In Splendid Shape The county bonds were completed Monday and forwarded to the W II Harris Co Chicago It can be said of Garrard what few can boast of the fact that every question asked by the purchasers at torneys was promptly and answered by our officials and the former say they never had cleaner rec ords to deal with A draft has been made by the Fiscal Court for 34187 and the cash will be at hand in a few days A Novel and Honest IVya J Joseph the dry goods man has in his show window an elegant cooking range which he proposes to give to a lucky customer A large gourd is also in the window and every purchaser to the extent of one dollar will be given a guess at the number of seed in the gourd On July 4th the gourd will be opened the seed counted and the near est guesser given the range which is valued at 45 This is absolutely fair at it is impossible to open and learn the number of seeds or make any esti mate of them until cut open Drawings Made Mr J C Thompson has received the drawings and plans for the Y M C A building and same is on exhibition at his jewelry store We will have a cut made and publish a picture of the pro posed building soon For the benefit of the usual doubting Thomases we will repeat our prediction that this building will certainly be erected With a fine lot and two thousand to start on coming wholly with out solicitation and a great number of people standing ready to subscribe when asked it seems that the pros pects arc unusually rosy Dont you think so V he Y 3f C A The committee appointed to secure a temporary meeting place secured the Odd Fellows Hall over Josephs store and Sunday afternoons meeting was held there Prof Postle lead the meeting and it was both instructive and enjoyable The Odd Fellows very kindly offered the use of their hall without A business meeting will be held tonight Friday at which time definite steps will be taken toward securing means with which to erect the building Every man in town who has the public at heart should attend this meet ing Hades Breaks Loose For some reason the City Council discontinued the services of the night policeman Joe Petty Nearly every night since the pistol shooters and midnight howlers make misearble the liyes of those living near the Public Square The town is now wholly at the mercy of the fire fiend burglar and drunken pistol shooter If only one man is to be employed why not put Doc Walker on nights There is need of a marshal in day time as sheriff jailor constable and six or eight other officers are duty bound to arrest any evil doer The pight man ought to be on the lord high muckamuqks to the contrary notwithstanding The Club Organized About twentyfive persons met at the Masonic Hall Saturday night to form the Club which was mentioned in THE RECORD Dr McKee was present and said his daughter Miss Leila could not be present owing to illness This was a great to those present though the talk given later by the doctor amply repaid those who the misera Ible weather to attend As stated in last issue this club will be conducted in connection with the Y M C A and on motion the officers of that or ganization were chosen to fill the same places for this club A committee on program for next meeting was was decided twice a The Y M C A has secured the Odd Fellows Hall and as the club is connected with it we the next meeting will be held in hall The for next meeting will be published in of Tim EEC purchasers c unties satisfactorily compensation absolutely disappointment selected meet that iss e t ladies dollars Welfare the braved to month resume next ORp h TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION year in Adnarce IpertCO We have to make for our Spring Stock We will offer Special Inducements on certain lines of goods to close them out quickly JANUARY 71 W eJ CUT PRICE SALEO room Nice line Dress Ginghams at 4c per yardFine all wool Blankets that were pair now go for 3 0 450 Blankets now for 300 350 Blankets now for 200 Bed comforts reduced to 50 75 and 100 each Ladies flannel skirts at about half price 15 35 50 and Tacts Special low prices on ail kinds of Dress Goods during this sale Big bargains in Towells Napkins and Table Linens good size all Linen Hock Towels worth 20c now lOc Handsome Satin Damask fringed Towells worth 40 to 50 now 20c Table Linen worth 4Cc go at 23c Extra fine white Satin Dri mask Table Linen cheap at 125 per yard will go during this sale at 89c Ladies Union Suits that were 100 now 50c Ladies Union Suits that were 50c now 25cts Ladies heavy weight Vests now 15 20 and 25c that are worth double the money Mens and Boys underware at reduced prices 64 This sale means considerable loss to us but we must make room for our Spring Goods beside we want to have our stock as low as possible before we invoice Come in quick before the good things are all gone Premium tickets will be given during this sale No Samples given during this sale a THE LOGAN Brave Men Fall Victims to stomachliver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the result in loss ofappetite poisons in the blood backache head ache and tired listess run down feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any thing I could take I can now eat anything and haven new lease on life Only 50 cents at R E McRoberts Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed A Handsome Present The editor of this paper received a queer looking package through the mail Tuesday and was at a loss to its appearance Thoughts of dynamite bombs infernal machines etc flitted through our troubled brain but courage enough was finally mustered to open it Immagine the surprise and joy when we beheld a lovely lambskin Masonic apron care fully rolled in tissue paper The thought of being the recipient of so lovely a gift almost dumbfounded us The apron aS above stated is of lambskin beautifully trimmed and lined with blue silk with hand some cords and tassels the Watchful Eye and Square finely stamped thereon We do not know from whom it came but want to say here that nothing on this selfish old sphere could be more highly appreciated than we do this apron We have wanted one for several years and the donor might have racked his brain and he could not have selected anything which gets closer to We will endeavor to wear it worthily and our prayer is that Gods will descend upon the bighearteddonor understand I nervousness genuine our We have a few pair of ladies Misses and childrens heavy weight shoes that will be sold during this sale at aston ishingally low prices One lot of ladies fine Dongola kid shoes in Button and Lace will beclosed out at 100 a pair One lot of Miens heavy Boots will go at SlOO a pair One lot of liens fine shoes extra heavy soles and high cut worth 300 pair will go at 200 and Boys overcoats will be closed out regardless of what they cost Will also offer some bargains in liens and Boys suits during this sale The balance of our Ladies Jackets and Wraps will be Slaughtered during this clean up Sale will absolutely away 3 Jackets or Wraps come in and learn our prices We have three Ladies Tailor made Suits left These will be closed out afc about half plan One lot of fine Kid Gloves will be sold at 75c during this sale One lot of line corsets worth 200 at 100 lens Ve give DRY GOODS COMPANY See our line of White and Colored Pique J Joseph It Awful Dear reader if any fellow tells you the grip is nothing more than a bad cold will you please tell him we say he is a liar and the truth is not in him Before undergoing a siege of it we were inclined to poke fun and thought those who spoke of la grippe merely wanted to put on airs Several days last week we would have cheerfully changed places with anyone condemned to be hung Our head ached our bones ached everything ached and it is not much exaggeration to say we became afraid we wouldnt die If anyone has undergone this and wants to prove that he we stand ready to swear to any statement he may make INCORPORATED Everything Assuming Proper Shape For the Hotel and Opera House The Lancaster Hotel Company is the name under which the parties have been incoporated to build the hotel and opera house The articles are all prepared and signed They will be duly published and then will be ready to begin Capt Sam Miller is here from Knoxville to sign deeds for the lots and assist in arranging any other in that connection Everything has worked to a Queens taste so far and we never saw any undertaking managed in a more bnsinesslike way THE RECORD intended giving a description of each department of the building but as there may be au3 few slight changes in will wait it csutJttt Mi ly We hope to stateinext Issue the name of the contractor and date will begin suffered everything operations business work c disease detailed tai drawings we until w R Yra- v v r r CENTRAL RECORD WEEK BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY LO U2S Publisher EVERY 1AIVDRAu r p Id YFAB IN ADVAMCJS MOKTZIS THKEK fHjtON r 0 25 FltJDAY January IJ5 3899 JF some member of the legislature vantn to do turn by the people ha should prepare and have passed bill requiring county judges to b2 Irvyers We do not them street corner type of lawyer but re quire the candidate to undergo a rigid examination as to his knowledge of law County Judges have almost en different work to do now from var required of them years and in jurisdiction they aims pretty close to circuit judges They are required to pass upon bans which only lawyer understand nd it is the heighth of nonsense to jcu blacksmith upon the bsnch to decide cases which by right the circuit judge should nan dte The duties of the office arc con stantly increasing and thiS fact only bear outour suggestion morestrongly IT makes us feel mighty good to see Col James W Capertons name men tioned favorably for governor In these days of woolpulling wirepull ing and filthslinging it would be a great relief to see a man nominated jigiiinst whom absolutely nothing mean or disrespectful could be said Let the republicans nominate Colonel Caperton the democrats select an equally clean man and lets have one more race run on that high plane which our granddaddies brag of hay ing in their day COXGUESSMEU PUGH and Settle Killed on President McKinley and asked that lIon James B he appointed as a Commissioner to the Paris Exposition Jf Mr MeKinley wants to do something which will please the people of Kentucky he should appoint Gov McCrear He is i i olished gentleman just the kind to 8cnd amongst strangers and best of all is thoroughly familiar with mitt tern are connected with such A JirifcrioN CITY sold i er and killed while doing provost duty at Co lumlU5 Georgia Why the govern ment doesnt muster out the gang of boys now wearing uniforms and pay is hard to understand They are doing no good whatever in the service and only cost a lot of money which could be put to a much better purpose Its a picnic however for the officers THE Yankee is losing no time get ting his stock of gold bricks into Cu The boom town game building and loan fakes and all such traps are not only planned but put into op eration there Well if it will tale away from this country a lot of the sharks running about bilking the peo ple we slope the fakirs will do well on the Island AKUAXGEMISXTS are being made at Louisville to build a covered track and have racing all winter The scheme is meeting with opposition from the Turf Congress but it now looks like the plan will be a go 1 take pleasure in recommending Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy to all who suffer from pains in the stomach says Mr Milt McKinley editor of the Rawson Ohio Herald Until I used this remedy it was at times impossible for me be my office owing to attacks lasting from cue to two days By taking it as soon as the first symptoms of the tack are felt I no longer suffer this unpleasant sickness For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m B P Jennings has rented his house and lot to Mr Preston of county and will move to Paint the first of March He will run a class boarding house in that place Will Ruble lost his house and con tents by lire on last Monday night It was insured for twentylive hundred dollarsCoughing injures and inflames lungs One Minute Cough Cure the cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best cough cure for children Stonnes Drug Store Mrs Haselden visited friends in Danville this week Miss Hallic Jen nings has returned to her home in Lower Garrard after a pleasant visit to friends here Miss Ciandie Ar nold returned to her home accompa nied by Wesley Walker C nings and wife visited friends here Sunday Miss Hattie Arnold is vis iting her cousin Miss Mamie Arnold this week G P Convert has return ed home after spending two weeks with friends and relatives in Indian apolis Miss Bettie Evans is visiting her sister Mrs H A Burdett Sam IIaselden of your city visited a friend over the riverSunday Mr Elisha Berry of this place says he never had anything do him so much good and give such quick relief from it rheumatism as Chamberlains Pain Balm lIe was bothered greatly with er looting pains from hip to knee until he used this liniment which affords be prompt relief B F druggist St Paris Ohio For sale by R E Me to Roberts Druggist 1m tin eon airy i lck est is ens I a good practicing til l what a farmer merchant or a positions wasshot drawing hat I being a at BRYANTSVILLE soreSt Ten by 1 BAKER I lift ago q McCr tin Jessan lco M r J lateen is mgr tire ant the ue to Geo A died and this BUENA VISTA Rev E C Collins of Danville preached at the Presbyterian church last Sunday at 11 oclock Charles Scott was in Lexington on Thursday with a drove of horses which he bought in this neighborhood J T Hawkins has moved into the dwelling house vacated by William nvc The stock barn and residence of W Ruble which was burned last Tues day night was only insured for total lows was about 3500 James Munday of Harrodsburg was this place Monday on business Ben Allen visited friends in Lexing ton the early part of this week Our friend Mike Robinson is ported quite ill at this writing rust now at this season of the year when the largest and crops arc rued to listen at the boasting far He will get in around a good and my what big tobacco watermelons he can grow Mr S A Fackler Editor of the Micanopy Fla Hustler with his wife children suffered terribly from La Grippe One Minute Cough Cure was only remedy that helped them It acted quickly Thousands of others this remedy as aspecilic for Grippe and its exhausting after 1m Stormcs Drug Store X G Preston sold a bunch of shoats Lemon Teater at 2ic a pound John Lane sold a fat cow to Taylor Ligc II nut sold his crop of tobacco a few ago at Gc per pound Most of our farmers arc done strip ping tobacco and some are prizing this The Kentucky river is on a big boom this week It is higher than it has been during the winter Prof Joseph Deboe is teaching a suc cessful select school at the home of McQuerry near here good many valuable horses have in this vicinity the last few days Cause of death in most cases un known Mr Mat Folger and wife are over the arrival of a line boy on the til Rev W F Neal of filled his appointment at Scotts Fork last Sunday lie has been called to work for the church this year Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suf fered agony for thirty years and then cured his Piles by using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals injuries skin diseases like magic 1m Stormes Drug Store George Sewel is on the sick list at writing Turkeys are selling at 5 cents per pound in this locality Luther is very ill at this wri ting with rheumatism Wm Wal1 and daughter Eliza are on the sick list Win McDowell of ITanley Tessa mine county visited his mother Mrs Mitchell the first of this week Mir John Moberly hits returned from an extended visit to the mountains Miss Blanche Mitchell entertained number of her friends last Sunday Tame Clouse Vent to Cincinnati Sunday to have his eye treated One of his eyes is out and the other is in bad condition Miss Malimla Murphy is very low with consumption Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and skin Diseases These are immediately relieves and quickly cur Witts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless imitations im Stormes Drug Store The steamer Falls City will take a load of freight from this place to next Sunday They ship at 150 per hhd Last Saturday night at Scotts Fork church live young men of this place contested for a valuable silver medal Each speaker acquitted him self with honor They done so well was hard for the j to decide should have it but it was finally giv to Floyd Sanders Lung the forerunner to Dr Bells PineTarIIoney will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentyfive cents at McRobertr Drug McCREARY Miss Bertha Hendren of Nicholas ville and Miss Nell Bourne visited Miss Lcttie Warner last week Mr Grimes and wife and Mr Robt Smith and wife of Kirks vine have been the guests of Mr Su ton and wife moved to Long Branch and John O Long is occupying the house vacated B F Broaddus has moved into his home at this place Alex Walker and wife have moved into the Sanders property on the hill Mike Forbes has been spending a week with relatives at lIt Hebron La Grippe is again epidemic Every precaution should be taken to avoid Its specific cure is One Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd Publish Agricultural Journal and adver user Elden Mo says JNo one will disappointed in using one Iinute take quick to act t 1m Stormes 00 eel I T S The I b st and- es UNt Raney at day week rejoicing last by D Louisville tobacco itt un IrritationS I of Bourne Kirby Davis The family of T Pllcrigo have Pherigo Cough Cure for La pPe Pleasant DrugStore ain hips eff 4o 51 Ali inches Rangy 1Y fir i rt- C ver Y from soon tons the and also east an ci in inst to lion him not tart mill has and will are for We the the Ky of Mi by Sfammotn HUMID Ic l tasi Toned PuTEKSBimo Ky Jan IL passing alpng1 the river front Julius Hoffman saw a human foot protruding the haunt He investigated and had two mammoth human skele laid out on the bank in front of post office One was that of a male seven feet and two inches in height the other of a six feet and three inches A skeleton of a clog was found buried between the man and woman Their faces were fronting the Petersburg stands on the site of aboriginal burying ground and these are the remains of soins tribe Funnel of C MGrnth Ky Jan 11 The re mains of Col Ed F McGrath deputy warden of the Frankfort penitentiary by all the prison arrived in this city Monday from Frankfort The hotly was taken to the residence of exMajor Win Addams where it lay in state until Tuesday morning from which place it was taken to St Edwards church where high mass was held The burial was St Edwards Will Meet at Paclncah PADUCAIT Ky Jan 11 The 25th the Third Kentucky senatorial committee gathers here to name a day select a democratic candidate Thomas II Corhett exstate registrar Judge Dempsey present incumbent ia also a candidate Did Not Investigate Mtri hiIL- FRAXKFOUT Ky Jan 11 The state election commission held only an meeting Tuesday and took no ac in the case of Commissioner Ben Marshall Marshall asked the commis sion to investigate the charges against and it is believed the board will remove him after invastigating Parkin t Company lucurporatvcL FRANKFORT Ky Jan 11 The Pa ducah Packing Co filed articles of in corporation in the office of the secre of state The capital stock of the company is fixed at 10000 William and A L Chesterfield and George H Davis all of Paducah are the chief stockholders New Mill at Campbollsvillc CA3iPiJELisvii LE Ky Jan 11 The erection of a first class 30barrel flour with the latest improved will in a short time be here by T F Nell late of A suitable lot near the depot been secured Keinnci Ornered Mustered Out WASHINGTON Jan jlth has been ordered mustered out other volunteers now in the south follow them unless reinforcements made necessary in Cuba or the The volunteers abroad are to be mustered out last The Judgment Reversed FRANKFORT Ky Jan of the Marshall circuit court Noah Franklin to confine went in the penitentiary for life for the al of Daisy Sullivan was by the court of appeals in an opinion delivered by Judge IIobson Must Serve II s Term FRANKFORT Ky Jan 11 GOT Bradley refused Tuesday to pardon Sam D Clark of Mayfield who wag sentenced to ten years imprisonment killing Steven R Carney of Pa ducah Carney was president of the Kentucky tobacco combine Storekeepers and Gauffers WASHINGTON Jan 11 William K Gray has been reinstated as a store keeper in the Lexington Ky Internal Revenue district and George D Lovil appointed storekeeper and gauger in Danville district Opposed To Pensioning Confecierat LOUISVILLE Ky Jan 11 The con federate veterans association of Ken lucky at a meeting here Tuesday night adopted resolutions denouncing plan of Senator Marion Butler to pension the confederate soldiers Pension Examiner at Augusta Kr WASHINGTON Jan 11 Dr F S Bradford has been appointed a examining surgeon at Augusta Freight Car liuildent To CombNe CLEVELAND O Jan 11 Negotia are in progress for the formation a pool of concerns which build freight City Ind the Barney Car Co of Dayton the Michigan Peninsula Car Co of Detroit the freight car department of the Pullman company Imbecile Farm COLUMBUS 0 Jan 11 An attempt is being made by the board of trustees of the state imbecile asylum located in this city to purchase lands near Har risburg a suburb of this city upon which to institute the custodial of the institution as authorized the law of last winter Runaways Sent Home DAYTON 0 Jan 11 Elmer and Sunday last in defiance of parental and fearful of punishment the two concluded to emigrate journeyed as far as this city weakened They were sent home Nonresident hunters spend 2000000 Pine ree state every year Railway Engine Ditched HENDERSON Ky Jan 9 The T H St L Passenger train one here from Louisville at 1255 p m jumped the track at a switch connection The engine was ditched and is badly wrecked No other damage was done War on Blind Tigers HENDERSON Ky Jan 7 witnesses were before the grand jury from Corydon testifying as to the blind tigers which are being in that town Commonwealth Attorney Flbiirney said that he would break them tip if it cost the state 110000 five A female reaccompanied officials fortsinfor- mal machinery commenced Somerset Fourth y 11The Kentucky Philippines 11The verdict sentencing legedmurder reversed pension projectd Plans department dinob- jections c t lIeYh STUI9SA cemetery stern 5 inthe wtr andy run in A PRETIY ROMANCE Who Wa Believed To lie Dead Bec m s Wealthy and Now Care for Us Html Brother HARIJODSBURO Ky Jan 6 Thirty five years ago a penniless youth wan dered his fathers home in this county and long ago was given up for dead by his relatives for all their searching for him was in vain Ono by his relatives passed over the river of death until an only brother remained to tell the story His name is Duvall liradley who was a child when his brother left home Duvall has been blind for many years and the charity of his neighbors supported him Last week he received a letter from his brother John Bradley once a penni leis wanderer but now a wealthy merchant of St Louis lIe bade his blind brother come live with him the rest of his days and Thursday morn ing he left for the great western me Ono Hundred Years Old SIIELBYVIIXE Ky Jan 7 John Hefferman sr the oldest resident of this county died Friday afternoon at the residence of his daughter Mrs Margaret ODonnell near this place aged 101 years lIe was born in but had lived here for the past half century He very active all his life and had only been sick for the past week He could easily thread a needle and sew until confined to his bed a few days ago To Try Coal Conspiracy Ky Jan state fiscal court Friday morning Judge Cantrill overruled the demurrer of in the now noted conspiracy cases against the coal companies of the state capital The cases will now be tried and heavy fines are certain This is the first casa of this kind tried in the state United States Senator Lindsay represents the defendants Jlpbtnal Criminal Act FRANKFORT Ky Jan court of appeals decided that Ilea Herndon of Fayette county must serve a life sentence in the penitentiary because he has been convicted three times of three separate crimes the penalty in either case being a life sentence but all three together constituting what has been termed an habitual crim final Herndons attorneys raised the point that the statue providing a life sentence for a third conviction was BOAVLIXO GREEN Ky Jan C Sea songood Mayer of Cincinnati became the purchasers of 140000 of fourpercent 30year Warren county bonds The price paid was 106 and interest said to be the highest price paid for county bonds in this state for several years Died at the Age of 9O Years BABDSTOWN Ky Jan 7 R W Deats aged 90 years died at his resi dence at Deatsville of paralysis He had a remarkable history and was widely known and esteemed He was a near relative of Andred McFall the noted Kentucky pioneer His wife and several children survive him Deserter Arrested CAMPTOX Ky Jan Ad kins a member of the 4th Kentucky under Capt Rose who had deserted and fled to the Kentucky was arrested by exDeputy Marshal G W Drake and lodged in jail here Found Guilty if Murder MUXFORDSVILLE Ky Jan 9 In i case of Prof J W McClure indicted with Rev Greogory Doyle for the murder of Miss Lydia Bracher the jury Saturday returned a verdict after being out four hours finding Mc Clure guilty of murder and fixing hill punishment at confinement in the pens tentiary for life The trial of Doyla o began Saturday morning He Will in ManU u a VERSAILLES Ky Jan 9 Drake C Railey a Versailles boy who is a of the 1st Colorado infantry U S V now stationed in the Philippines writes that he is so much pleased with business prospects at Manila that he will locate there when he is mustered out His mother Mrs Sallie T Railey this place is preparing to join her son there in the spring Aged Paris Man Dead PARIS Ky Jan Dykes aged 82 an esteemed citizen of Paris died Friday morning of pneumonia after an illness of two days legislative Candidate LEXINGTON Ky Jan C B Nichols wi 1 become a candidate for legislature Mr Nichols is a ous farmer CoL Ed f McGrath Dead FRANKFORT Ky Jan 9 Col Ed F Covington deputy warden of the Frankfort penitentiary died at 130 oclock Sunday morning of Blights He had been in health several months To Develop Routines TOMPKINSVILLE Ky Jan 6A Chi the mineral which is extensively used the manufacture of porcelain and china Mast Deaths From Diphtheria HOPKINSVILLE Ky Jan 7 Diph theria is raging in sections of this county Many deaths are reported at Fruit Hill three children dying in one family Deaths reported daily from different places Fine Have the Grip Jan 9 An epidemic of has broken out to an alarming among fine horses of this tion Thoroughbreds especially are J Buffering mares are dropping oafs on account it th per R f fill from I tropolis f Ireland Cases FRA sFORT 7In defendants andconviction Stands 9The un- constitutionaL II th Yroe Paid Thursday accrued lOBird mountains alleged Remain member 7George 9Mr representative McGrathof hEmineral Bon LEXINGTON Ky extent see e or j I t t Wan derer tine Over bras C pro V are valuable their of- F u fin1 has the the has of to ly He in for ne CONFEDERATE VETERANS Bmolntions Adopted Thanking President AIcKSnley for Utterance In His At lanta Speech and Elsewhere MIDDLKSBORO Ky Jan 6 At a meeting of the Henry M Ashley biv ouac of Confederate veterans the fol lowing resolutions were unanimously adopted 1 That we extend our heartfelt thanks to our president Hon William McKinlcy for his noble and patriotic words uttered in his speech at Atlanta and other points hit recent tour of trig south 2 That this bivou c pledge its hearty sup port to him in all measures that look to the up holding of the country and the honor of tt e old nag 3 That we are in no sense applicants for pen sion that we believe the manhood of the south can be maintained without being put upon the pension rolls 4 But if the people of the north should magnanimous enough to put our poor upon the pension payroll we see no reason why we should not accept 5 We rejoice that our common country is ruled by a mr n so broad minded and patriotic as William MKinley We also rejoice that the south took such an active part in the late Spanish war and we take especial pride in Joe Wheeler and Fitzhugh Lee New Telephone Company Ky Jan 10 The Green River Telephone and Telegraph Co been organized to construct a line from Owensboro to Henderson and other points with exMayor J H Hickman as president and treasurer and H K Cole as vice president and general manager Articles of incor poration will be filed at once Lumber M 11 to Kisutno RICHMOND Ky Jan 10 Lumber mills at Irvine Ford and Valley View will resume operations at once giving employment to a large number of hands Hundreds of thousands of logs have been caught in the recent tide in Kentucky river enough to keep mills running for months Boy air trriuDiily RICHMOND Ky Jan 10 Charles Coffee aged 12 years son of Mrs D Coffee of this city is myteriously missing Three weeks ago he wan been seen or heard of him since I TTi in I height light hair and blue eyes Twelve Years In the Penitentiary HEJTDERSOX Ky Jan 10 William McGhee was tried at Calhoon on the charge of murder and given a sentence 12 years in the penitentiary He killed Sop Hall on Pond river last A Man E caped With Morgan BENTON Ky Jan Dause living at Coldwater Calloway county claims to be one of the men who from the Columbus penitentiary with John Morgan lIe says he helped do the work Noted Stallion Sold LEXISQTOX Ky Jan stallion Russell has been sold by Messrs A D H Morris of New York to J E Madden of this city Russell has won 58181350 in races Price of the sale private Dud tif Hf rt Disease RUSSELLVJLLE Ky Jan 10 Rod Perry a wealthy citizen died sudden of heart disease Monday morning was as well as usual Sunday night and attended church Mr Perry was worth 5150000 HARRODSBURG Ky Jan 10 Joshua Smalley one of the oldest residents of Mercer county died Monday morning the eightyninth year of his age The Eagle King of All Bird noted keen sight clear and distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids McRoberts Drug Store MARKSBURY Mrs N II Bogie is recovering from very severe case of neuralgia Mr Taylor Burd tt and vis iting their aunt Miss Ruth Aldridge Misses Mary Kuykendall and Vir ginia Nunn left Monday for their school at Shelbyville Miss Betts Royston and Robert Fox are quite Sick at this writing with La Grippe Misses and Lee Herringand Anna Pollard left Saturday for their school atPewee Valley Miss Dunn received five very handsome books from her uncle in St Louis as a Christinas present Miss Miriam Herring returned Saturday to her home in Louisville after a pleasant visit to her uncle T I Herring M G Aldridge bought of Frank Parks a sow and pigs for 15 Mrs Sallie Fox and son Robert taken possession of their farm Jim Speaks and wife have moved into the property recently vacated by Mr Myers Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little ever was made is Dr KingsNew Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of that changes into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the Only 25c per box Sold by E McRoberts Mr Mason Pollard and Miss Lulu Bourne were quietly married Wed afternoon at 3 oclock at the home of the brides father Jack Bourne near We extend congatulations to the happy couple and wish them success through life A TIMELY HINT sbmdd be wise and see that your Wood isrick and and whole system pat ia aperfectly healthy condition the se of DrLiver Powder Then yoawill be free from typhoid colds Powder best medicine mosey eau brit r your Cold try Dr Ottos Sprtie Pri 26 MM CO Bwttto For sate by K E cEoberts during become OWE S ORO dered away from home and nothing is described as four feet summer Who 10Joe escaped 10The celebrated Hand Aged Rrsldent of Mercer Dead fonts Sold at wifeare Sadie have near here thing health TOIl malaria sad tile I Messing being County acts Georgia g weakness day grip s German Liver a die rtiy f y g S SZ g fe E 5 R E McROBERTS DEALER Punt Hit School Paiats age Oils fpyf A If fc Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KINNIARD KY i ilTW j milBWWliIiiI WiDil OOW I I I 0RUG I DRUGS TOILET ARTIClES I nooks I ILANCASrER KENTUCKYI lfillilllrmmtMm 1MmiIlMtmfiMM ntfmntfnmmm Lillard Soui I DANVI LLE Pure Drugs Fins Stationery I CI lU J1UU1U1U1U u uuu uUU UUUU I lST v nrnrnimmmm W d A BUSINESS t is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY succeS8 in liCe This being conceded SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his lineGraduates this college preferred houses Write fora beautiful book testimonials from graduates prominent positions all over the United States it will be mailedto you bu in J c N MCDONNELL DANVILLE KENTUCKY UPTODATE JEWELRY OF ALL KINDS CUT fiLflSS ETC PROMPTLY DONE MCCLURES MAGAZINE 100 a year lOc a copy FOR 1899 Among the special features are A NEW SERIAL BY RUDYARD KIPLING THE LATTER LIFE OF LINCOLN- BY MISS IDA M TABBELL THE NAVAL SIDE OF THE WAR BY CAPT MAHAN A TELEGRAPH OPER ATORSS LIFE REAL EXPERIENCES AND ADVENTURES Contributions 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roan or young woman who would win Unsolved Problems of Astron I the Deepest Mines What Peary is Doing in the Artic The Pictures omyLife I by Telegraph Skin Diseases For the speedy and permanent euro without an equal Itrelieves the itch cure It also cures itch barbers itch granulatedlida forhorsesPrice aSceals Soldby R Draggist Laacas anditspileschapped r and EM Roberta oftChamberlains ir y- t r a s 7 n GLOBE EM ALL p eI L J a s LEADS J Li Frofiman S Go Kentucky VYV 55 Itio Danville IThe GLOBECLEARANCE SALE For the next 30 days we will sell any article in the house at a big eduction We have a large order already placed for Spring goods So in to make room for them we must sell our winter stock regardless of cost Come in and we will give you some EXTRA BARGAINS Phone 85 Respectfully NOEL I OO 4 order SISTERS ooooaaoae CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY January 13 1899 gOOOOOCX9OOCOCGOCOCCOCOCOOg OOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOO Mrs Mildred Beasley is visiting her son in Stanford Captain Thos A Elkin is in Atlanta on a business trip Miss Nary Gill left Tuesday for her school in Oxford Ghio Mrs D M Lackey has returned from a visit to Richmond Miss Alice Hudson has recovered from a recent spell of illness CAttorney W I Williams has been tussling with the grip this week Miss Katie Hood of Shelby City is with her aunt Miss Emma Hood Miss Rella Arnold has returned from to Midway and 3icholasville Miss Mattie Thompson has return ed from a pleasant visit to Stanford Miss of Lancaster is here visiting friends Livingston Col onelMiss Margaret Hackley of George town has been visiting her neice Mrs J I Hamilton Miss Mary Robertson of Elizabeth town is expected this week to visit sirs Wm Cook The Sewing Club was handsomely entertained Wednesday afternoon by Miss Sue Herring Johnnie W Johnson orders his Rec ord sent to Lakeland at which place he has a clerkship Prof E F Darnaby who has been visiting his friend Elder Geo Gowen has returned to St Louis John Shaw Edminston the Kandy Kitchen man is confined to his room at W A Arnolds by illness Miss Mary Packard the attractive visitor of Miss Mae Hughes left yes terday for herhome in Kansas CityMo Edminston of Crab Orchard here several days this weekattend ing his brother John Shaw the candy Saturdays CourierJournal con tained a pair likeness of Miss Bessie one of Garrards prettiest girls Miss Bertha Hendren has returned to her home in after visiting Miss Nellie Brown in Lower GarrardMiss Miller and Mrs Susie Mil ler have returned from Garrard county where they have been visiting Liv ingston ColoneL Mrs E McRoberts gave a beau six oclock dinner Monday in honor of her sister Miss Mae Ware of Hppkinsville Mr John E Mount returned to LaGrange Wednesday He is a clever young gentleman and made many friends while here Mrs Hatty B Tankersley of Silver Creek has returned home after a pies ant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs James Pumphrey Mrs Charles M Norris and children left Monday for Frankfort to reside NorrIs has a clerkship at the pen itentiarv a good job George Smith Jr came back from Cincinnati Sunday The eye doctor he went to consult was too busy to see George and he will have to go back a isit Lily Norton Dr was Bur side Nicholasville lae R t ul Jr aiD 1I r an f r k man- E f i Fri I A I A r P i Miss Nell Ray of Buckeye is visit ing Mrs J II Dunn Prettiest lace curtains ever brought to J Joseph Miss Julia Reid whose serious illness alarmed her many friends is we are glad to say very much better and will recoverFrank Pumphrey has accepted a as Devil in the BECOUD Tom Hammond having become efficient enough to take charge of reg ular cases Through an unintentional oversight on the part of thecompositor the name of the charming and handsome Miss Letitia Brown of Lexington was left out of those attending the big ball at Crab Orchard Springs Trainer John R Farris who has been laid up with rheumatism for the past several weeks is still to his room Mr Farris has been great sufferer but it is now hoped he will soon recover and be out among his friends again Lexington Stock Farm When you have a bad Cold You want the best medicine that can be obtained and that is Cough Remedy You want a remedy that will not give quick relief but effect a cure You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy You want a remedy that will count tract any tendency toward pneumonia You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only medicine in use that meets all of these requirements This remedy is famous for its cures of bad colds thro out the United States and in many foreign countries It has many rivals but for the speedy and permanent cure of bad colds stands without a peer and its splendid qualities are eve rywhere admired and praised For sale by R E Mclloberts Druggist 1m Something for Xmsis Buy the best flour the market To do this buy Dix River Beau ty a No 1 patent Admiral Dewey a No 1 Family flour Uncle Sams choice a good every day flour If your grocer dont keep it order from the manu facturer POTTS Gilberts Creek Ky dec 234t Prompt Delivery Danvlile District Missionary will be held Olivet M E church South near Bryantsville Ky Jan 17 and 18 Rev Savage of Dan vine will preach the opening sermon Tuesday evening An interesting pro gramme has been prepared for Exercises will begin Wed nesday afternoon service will begin at 2 oclock Rev Julins Wright of Harrodsburg will preach the conclud ing sermon Wednesday night Every body invited to be present The Farm Journal says A simple remedy for milk fever that has never been known to fail is this One quart of new one pint kerosene oil one pint of lard melted and all mixed re peat this three times the first day and it is seldom necessory to give more but of the is not decidedly better the next day Did Good Work Rev Ira Partin of the Baptist church tells us that in three years he has held 13 revivals which resulted in 237 additions by expierience and tism and fully 100 by letter During the time he organized churches atHar mony in Garrard and Mt Hebron and Halls Gap in Lincoln county Interf or a position Chamberlains only permanent affords H at Wednesday milk 4 Jt k f t j c P Lancaster office confined JOHN Institute Sit continue Journal We invite an inspection of our immense stock of in Neckwear Hosiery Mufflers Gloves etc Perfect satisfaction 0 Guaranteed or your money will be cheerfully refunded IPiiae I1iits wtiJle Sih es1ET t1der e rJtllt GENTLE ENS FURNISHINGS More Local G A It Meeting All members of the G A R are wanted at their hall Saturday after noon at 2 oclock I will be in Lancaster on the 16th to stay uiitill the 20th All who have not settled with me will please call on meat Dr Grants I must have the money Mrs Moody Harden Fine Sermons Rev Partin preached two splendid sermons at the Baptist church Sunday He is a mighty good man every way and THE RECORD is glad he has amongst us Important The Y M C A will be addressed by Dr McKee at Odd Fellows Hall Suuday afternoon at 3 oclock All are invited and urged to be present While this is called a Young Mans no one is barred on account of age All are welcome and wanted Come and show by your presence you are for whats right Back from West The Danville Advocate says Mr George Higgindotham returned night from a trip West He spent consideradle time in Oklahoma and was very much impressed with that importance in agricultural interests It is a great cattle country and land can be leased cheaply Thousands of acres can be rented for grazing purposes at five cents an acre per year Grip La Grippe is waging a terrible war upon the people in this locality and at least tweentyfive persons are confined to their rooms and beds from its awful effects The disease appears to be in worse form this than hereto fore There is one greet consolation in having the grip however and thatis tke factthat you meet hasnt a sure cure for it Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The propri etors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten mijlion trial bot of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing ithas abso lutly cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarsness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are sure cured by it Call on R E McEoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Reglar size oOc and 1 Every bottle giiaranted or price has demonstrated ten thousand times that it is almost infallible FOR WOMANS PECULIAR this class of troubles It exerts a wonderfully the menstrual organs It It atop flooding td relieves pup t I I I Saturday ill everyone re- t 1 derangementsIt and the moved Association Grips winter ies Wi1ieofQTdU WEAKNESSES or influence cures I hitag and painful menstruation or it is the beet medicine made It is beneficial during pregnancy and helps to for years It invigorates stima This remef offered all afflicted women woman suffer another minute with certain relief within reach t Wino of Cardni only costs 100 per bottle at your drug store Tar cvtee to requiring tlont address erfrinff the AdrttorgDepartment The Chattanooga lied MM Co Chattanooga Tenn Carnden SC MywKemedWtaeotCanlHlathQnt for ef Hit womb ud cured pressed Latest tr wilt Lad R r f r i gryin- to cone Mdse rr n ELEGANT AFFAIR Was the Knights of Pythian Banquet and Installation of Notwithstanding the fact that the rain came down in torrents the big court room was filled to overflowing by people to witness the public instal lation of K P officers The lodge sat as a body and took up the entire bar Several present were heard to say it was the finest body of young men they ever gazed upon The officers elected for this year were given the reins of control amid much pomp and enthusi asm They are as follows Lewis p c Ed Bishop c c inson v c P W Spencer prelate J Joseph m a J S Haselden k r s J B Collier i g Jas Dillon o g The ceremonies were interspersed with good music by the colored orchestra At the conclusion of the instillation ceremonies the Knights and ladies re paired to the Mason Hotel where Mrs Simpson had prepared a feast fit for ye gods The local lodge has given quite a number of suppers and ban quets but none equal to this has ever been served to them We havent the space to comment on the different toasts but will say the boys did themselves proud Among the speakers were Hon R H Tomlin son Letcher Owsley Lewis Walker Joe E Robinson G Bright broad Rev Clark P W Spencer and others Each just long enough and did not get into the windy argu ments which sometimes convert such occasions into dog buryings Every fellow came away feeling it was good to have been there and all want to do it again at no distant day NOTES When Bro Spencer got up to speak Crow Dillon said Look at my beloy ed brother in whom I am well pleas ed Bright Swinebroad took four girls to tho banquet As his speech contain ed a great deal of taffy we presume he made it for the benefit of his com pany thereby saving the trouble of telling it to them separately Letcher Owsleys speech was elegant He is a chip of the old block and it comes as natural for hint to speak as it is for water to run down hill R H Tomlinson is one of the best offhand speakers we ever heard The writer was with him at a K P and other Louisville not long ago and saw him called upon six different times in less than four hours It looked like the more he made the better he became and we began to brag of the fact that he came from our town lodge is in firstclass shape and h s a lot pf work pq hand for every meeting When you cannot sleep for coughing take Chamberlains Cough Remedy It always gives prompt relief It is most excellent for colds too as it aids ex pectoration relieves the lungs and prevents any tendency toward pneu monia For sale by R E McRoberts Druggists 1m Clarence Does us Proud Clarence E Woods of the Climax does THE RECORD the honor of publishing pictures of the editor Capt White and Letcher Ows ley The following is taken from the column and a half he gave us in his valuable paper The Christmas edition of the Lan caster RECORD was so good that the Climax desires to attest its apprecia tion of the efforts of Editor Landram by republishing three of the sketches contained in his big issue and to com mend him publicly for his consistent and persistent stand for Right in his community We have long observed the RECORDS position on public mor endorse it in every particular The character of its editor is blame less and his writings are fit to enter every home for he stands for what best in church state and society Mr Landram modestly omits refer ence to himself we will only add to is above said this picture of the handsome editor together with re marks of interest to the public Lastly we come to a subject that will be of particular interest to Mad son county readers The writer has always been jealous of the RECORD be cause the latter could boast of the old Officers banquet speeches Richmond alsand our Walker Joe ERob ti Swine talked meetings The what sA est printer Capt Frank J White but as we have his brother Old Prin ter George White we gladly divide the honors It is a remarkable fact that these two men at the ages res pectively of 78 and 58 are able every day to set as much type and as clean proofs as any younger printer inKen tucky Our Uncle George as he is called rises at 430 a picks his teeth and goes to work at five and by 830 or 9 has a column of type up By noon he has another and so on lIe loves his work never soldiers and takes pride in what he performs I once estimated that these two men and their father before them who was also a printer here in 1800 had set enough type to stall a freight train on Monins Summit below Silver Creek But we are digressing The RECORD was the subject Upon it we predicated these remarks Mr Landram heres to you to Captain White J Harris Foreman Henry Mullins and May you all live long and when comes to make up your forms may the devil drop into the loll box while you all go to gloryC E W Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Bells PineTarHon ey It has saved my life J C Rosen Grantsburg Ill McEoberts Drug Store SWEENEY Mrs W M Poynter of Mt Vernon and Master Bragg Thompson are vis iting Mr R E Thompson lad wife this week Mrs S Rigsby and Stella Dishon spent last week with their sister Mrs Lou Gray Livingston George Brown was in our vicinity Sunday Miss Mary Morgan of Stanford is visiting at Sweeney George Dishor visited relatives at Livingston last week S Morgan has returned from Cincinnati Your correspondent has been quite sick but is much improved at this writing Mrs Eliza Holtzclaw of Lancaster has moves to her farm near Sweeney Joe Sowder and family have moved CartersvilleTo happy new year keep the liver clear and the body vigorous by using De Witts Little Early the famous little pills for and liver troubles 1m Stormes Drug Store A Physician 5j Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY Price 25 50c R E McRoberts m Randolph Tom lammonds sister of relatives Risers constipation Be Lancaster theme CONSUMPTION CURED j Dr Ottos Gum Balsam will care any case of consumption if taken in time Con starts a slight cough or cold you will use Dr Spruce Gum Balsam yon will cure the the lungs and throat and avoid the most dreaded consumption Delay in attending to a slight cough may cost you yourlife Large size bottles Trice 25c and SOc sale R E McHoberts By E L Aultman Christmas over Money spent Time to figure And repent Things expected Didnt get Sighing futile Vain regret Start in bravely Economize Save your money How time flies Another Christmas Soon be here Old friends fostered Grow more dear New ones added To your list Must be nurtured Cant resist Thus the endless Chain begun Its links increase One by one Sad the story To relate Your shrunken purse Can neer inflate rhts is where gets its start and if Otto s diseases After Planters OEN MTAE CRESCENT Route with its rail and forms the short v t and West India v Double Daily Pullman JacksonvilleThe CINCINNATI LIMITED solid vestibuled FCPRaihyaymakes Crescents and Summer Complaints Price 25 Cents ANNUAL REPORT CITY OF LANCASTER FOR YEAR ENDING DEC RECEIPTS Cash on hand January 1st 1803 760 37 Tax of Marshal 1SC3 71 Tax of Corporations 2516 00 For 2iO 30 TaxLIccnses 84 00 Loan and interest 15 Total 53 DISBURSEMENTS Salaries of Mayor andConncH 236 83 Marshal and dep 61 CO Attorney Clerk 00 O Jituitor 5900 4 Priming and Stationary 80 f0 Lights 75000 Insurance 31 25 Bonds and Interest 2 25636 Streets Supervisors of tax 18 00 Clock 2500 Officers Commission 10771 Work House 1 023 12 Charities 8043 Costs Police Court etc 253 70 Miscellaneous 156 92 Balance 756 95 6991 53 ASSETS 756 Taxes in Litigation 8S8 82 City Building 2278 00 Department 1000 00 302 62 LIABILITIES Bonds Excess of Assets over Llabllltes 4 176 39 W H WHERRITT Clerk OF THE R l OF THE 81 1898 12 6 29 61 Cash onhand 9 5176 39 1000 00 39 aiiptI1 99l 5176 5 CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgiannd Toothache in live minutes SourStomach steamer Connections line to Florida S points Fast Service through to FLORIDA AND HAVANA service to Florida via the Southern Railway and direct steamship ton nection on arrival at Miami East Coast or at Tampa Key West Havana Nassau Santiago San Joan and all West India ports 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to New Orleans Free books and information by addressing 6 W XKLl DIV PAS86R AGENT TH AND HACK T CINCINNATI 0 U PASSCH AGENT CHATTANOOGA TENN ON- W O KINCANSON ENU PASSQN AGENT CINCINNATI O UUIMII li 11 TiiiiT MM KM n BltohfwniMtrat M DIV SIt Y C lialhll laud MITCHELL ewe sat Lira year ELEGTRQPDISE 1 he Elcctropoisa does not however onfine itscures along any particular 1 ne It cures by the cause the system to absorb Oxygen upthe poise has accomplished what the phy sicians and medicines could not More ho could never be cured The Elec tropoise contradicted the opinion of learned doctors has removed the swelling and she isentirely have under my observation an other case of goitre that is being rap dly cured It is my only doctor and I use it in my family for all ailments MRS SAM WALTER Wife of United States Commissioner Wytheville Va July 9 180G DuBOIS WEBB 513 Fourth Avenue Louisville Kv W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley LIVERY STABLE HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN Dr R Goldstein the wellknown optician iwill be at the MUSJQ Hotel Monday January 30 1899 Returning one day each month Eyes exami ned End glasses scientifically ad used ORGANIZED 1883 I entirelydisappeared than years ago sh was toM that well- I r moving causing grateful seven First Clas cITIZENS MTMAL Bill Or LASOASTEBKY Capital Surplus Fu d 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Goaraat d J 1C HieeiMBOTBAM President LEwIS Y VicePresident B F EUDSOH Cashier W O RiaMBT Assistant Cashs CD WALKXB Bookkeeper DIRECTORS J 8 JOHHSON T M AJUCO- LOHCA2rozDJB BF HUDSON AJJUCGIBBS JJWAUUBJ- ACOB YROBISSOK R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Fire Insurance Companies JEtma ef Hartford Qaeea ef America Natieual ef Hartfert Fhemix ef BreekljB Hartford ef Hartferd- Maickester ef Ceimeetlcmt ef Hartferd- Kertk British aid Mercka tlle- Sermam America ef New Terk Idteryeel ami aai Qtefce I also represent the old reliable New York Life Inmraiict 50000 vsu Lawn 6700011000 J LIt J3fHlealxsors YLZTILL a lad Leaden A OOMPNYyt T VU iriir L U J u u uuwsjii shipped a nice load of butcher stuff to Cincinnati this wool for which he paid to 3c T I Hamilton has bought of James Vndenvoo his farm on the Danville k ICO acres fur 1500 Nearly every farm has some rolling ground that is too hilly for the plow J io which is just sultid to grazing sheep Ptomaine poisoning due to the ficfcion of unsound lish destroyed nearly a whole family of Florence not longflgo It is said that a show of American horses will e made at the Paris expo sition by American horsemen regal d less of the action of the government it will be found that whenever there htjbjen diseaseoror fever in logs there has been some carelessness either in f or in watering or in somcman ner taking care of the hogs and pigs S ivn Your Corn for me 3 win give 150 per barrel for 1000 to 2X8 barrels of corn delivered in Juarch or April 1SSO Txo W rirTin Pilgrimage Distillery Co- Th3 smrlsest things may exert the grat t influence Da Witts Little Enrly Risers unequalled for over ijoniing constipation and liver troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Stonnes Drug Storc There are certain types of cattle that never feed proiifaVily under any condi Lions and it is quite as important to discriminate against these in the feed lot as to he able to recognize the excel lence in other types They tell of a wheat ranch in Kern county California that covered i 0 000 acres Jut it is now divided into many lUikls There is one on the Sin Joaquin river containing over 25000 acres on Avliich 200 teams work from July to Jan nary before all is broken anti sown made voyages on a mail steamer de tvieen Sydney and San Francisco The animal has died and was buried at sea having almost completed 1OJ9GOO mlles of travel These are dangerous times for the hitltli Croup colds and throat troubles lead rapidly to Consumption A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used at the right time will preserve life health and a large amount of money Pleasant to take children lie it Storm os Drug Store 1m The gentlest hull that ever lived should not be trusted He may live to an old age and do no liana but he cannot be trusted with safety in him to b2 inclined toward ug lines and treachery Put big knobs on his horns not the ordiviry small ones but such as are two inches in di ameter Put a ring in his no o and never take him from his stanchion without fastening to this sing a staff YTith this hi cannot get away ciuirge upon iiis keeper The idea that i horses digestion and general condition are unproved by clii ping his coat burdity A horse cinnot digest his food is shivering and blankets cannot take the place of hair for warmth The greatest exponents of dipping are grooms who arc too lazy thoroughly to grown a horse which has a long coat of hair It is utterly useless to tryand im prove on nature in that respect and clipping should be discontinued as a barbarous practice Ppular Science L 2 Iii con illing ding Ire A large tumc1t fur thirteen years lt s- horn nor ism ifhe constantly Count cur in- Mgr t LtlRa4er B F Robinson bought some fat cows at S215C J I Hamilton bought a bunch of heifers at 2c Henry Walker sold to Bourne Bros two cattle for 20 IT C Arnold sold to Mahan a bunch of 25 cattle at 623 per head II bought of Thompson cattle at 2250 per head A T Vhitaker rented the 24 acres corn land from W II Kinnaird at per acre W B Burton bought a nice bunch of yearlings from Pence of Lincoln at 821 per head The rabbit crop has certainly been groat in Mercer The Democrat says the amount of money brought into Mercer each year by the sale of rabbits is far larger than the casual observer would think It is estimated that fifty thousand rabbits have al ready this season been put on the market at live cents a piece Mr J IT Bottom merchant at Stewart has within the list twentyeight days bought and delivered in Harrodsburg nine thousand and during the entire season has purchased twice that Byes 3riil Strong dim vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee at Iiiclloberts Drug Store Nowadays the advice breed only to good stallions is easier to give than to follow Good stallions of various types are not found in every toweship or even in every county in fact they are scarce Last week the writer heard two farmers inquiring for a good coach stallion and one of them was about to ship a mare 75 miles to be brsd because he could not find what he wanted closer home This state of will prevail again next spring and many mares will be bred to inferi or stallions simply because of the trouble und expense of getting a real good one There is room for many more good useftii animals in this country right now They should be in tbo places occupied by the grades the mongrels the unsound and the un dersized Ex I I C Arnold Brown23 2 I county number cal re tlc affairs YOU should know that FOLEYS HONEY TAR is absolutely the best remedy for ail diseases of the Throat Chit or Lungs Dealers are authorized to guarantee it to give sat isfaction in all cases lm There is a prevailing idea that animals lose their cuds and that when they do they are out of condi tion and cannot regain health until they get a new one Sonic stockmen arc so grounded in this belief that they proceed to make a new cud for them and induce the to swallow it in the vain hope of remedying an evil which is away beyond that of cud The idea that a sheep can lose its cud and become diseased on ac count of it is on a par with hollow horn and wolf in the tail The cud is looked upon by many as an organ such as the tongue and a loss of it means a good deal believe that many think this Should any such read this tloy will learn for the first time what the cud of a sheep really is Liquids when partaken of by sheep pass into the fourth stomachbut coarse matter such as grass hay and the like posses first into the first stomach where it is slowly mace rated and from thence it passes into the second stomach where it is bynatural compression into sol id and liquid portions the liquid go big into the third and fourth and the solids bring returned in pellets into the gullets for remastica tion This pellet is what is known as t 13 cud and is what the stKep chews 1 10 second time Aft r tlie chewing i4 is then passed directly 3rd omach When a sheep hOes not chew its cud it is sick and uoi what gave rise to the idea a sheep can lose its cud This failure to ch v th cud may be duo to impaction of ih stomach or or any of the diseases that will disturb the sheep to such an extent that it par tvices of no food hence has no cud to c lew Ex I ruminant making Ve immediately fodder separated stomachs I I this is that I I pi a CUBAN OIL curt Cuts Burns Bruises Rheu atism and Sores Price 25I cent Call anl S33 this C3l3bra3i Waon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others EindsFarm Machinery Always on HanAll QL CITF r T 11 4 DIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety per unto of is not ly digested It creates sons and goes into your blood and then you are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to Use Carlstedts German i Powder and watch the results You will feel the good effects after taking one dose Give It a trial and be convinced Price 25c j Dr Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children For sale by- E E McRoberts JJIllIcr to Lecture Arrangements have been made for Polk Miller to lecture at the House here on January 2 for the hen cut of the Y H 0 A Further next issue WALLACETON An aged wife and five grown survive him Sam Conn has moved his family to Berea in order that his five boys may attend school there Owing to the terrible condition of our roads there was but a small attended church here Julia Cobb who was making his home with Thos ITigginbotham died of Sunday night He leaves no family J 13 Wallace opened a select school atthe Wallaceton District schoolhouse on Monday the nth inst with about i 0 pupils Prospects seem good for the best winter school we ever had here Dr Perkins of Kirksville neighbor hood has rented rooms from E B Wallace and moved his famity to our town We gladly welcome him among us for al this ve rarely ever get sick yet heretofore we have been obliged to wait until the doctor could ride from Berea or Paint Lick when needed- C C McWhorter who recently sold his farm to Win Asher and bought out the firm of Ambrose Bros has taken possession and now smiles grins across the counter as pleasant as if he had been practicing for years It is evident he likes his store better already than he ever did the farm Mr David Kinnard who has been quite low for several weeks died on the Gth inst Uncle Dave was in the year of his age lIe was a very intimate friend of the venerable C M Clay and at one time in partnership with Mr Clay owned nearly all of the present site of Berea as well as the Glades on the worth lIe was a very intelligent man altho uneducated had an excellent memory and could relate many thrilling exper iences of the stormy days of the of this immediate section of 50 years ago in a way that would amuse interest and instruct his hearers in about an equal degree FLATWOOD M A Archer and wife have moved into Sampson Archers tenant house Sam Fields has moved into Henry Mcrritts house for 30 rent per year Vebster Faulkner and family have moved on Mrs Martha Sceoolers farm T C Fox and Milton Grayson havc returned from a trading expedition in the mountains Ilev J G Allen of Berea will preach at Good Hope church the 3rd Saturday and Sunday following Mr Fado Parks and Miss Maggie Ross were married at the home of the bride on Wednesday the 28th ult II C Porter sold all his stock and household uteisils to the highest bidder Tuesday Jan 10th and will start for Texas Friday 13th Mrs W IT Purr and daughter Clemma have returned from Indiana where they have been visiting their many friends and relatives Parks and wife spent Sunday at E D Coops Mr McFurr has returned to Williamsburg where he has been at tending school also Miss Susie Parks returned Monday 2nd Fado Parks and wife spent Saturday and Saturday night at D G Ross There nearly 2 GOO stitches in a pair of hand sewed boots I to par O too Com t particulars a children congregation Sunday heart disease Jth history farming I i I I i 5 i1lV3Ic1ee cod Poi Fad Sold for Taxest Marshal Walkers sale for town es dwindled down to nine pieces of property by time sale was to be made His collections were nearer complete than any collector has shown many year which speaks well for both he the taxpayers The colored folks have opened a skating rink and are making money hand over list An Estimable Burglar tax- r I I I I IC 4 S S 4 I S S I S S S t S SDI ill4I I I S I S S S S M RS JENKS had an economical fit She had them occasionally and when she did she always had all of her old gowns made ever whether she needed them or not and col lected her husbands halfworn boots in readiness for a rainy day It was too bad that she should have this particular spell just at Christmas time her husband thought and when he had made that lucky invest meat and wanted to give her and the babies the Christmas of their lives He mentioned this desire only to be met with a pathetic re minder that if he did such things they must spend their declining years in the poor house She often polce of this possibility when she had the fit she aricd it by picturing them both dead and the babies in the poorhouse That always brought her husband to terms But we must have some Christmas he paid Im better off than ever this year and my prospects Well Ill tell you what Jeff dear if you must give me a present let it be a dia mond his wife replied magnanimously 1 could sell that you know if we ever got cry poor Diamonds are always good And do let me select the setting too I am very particular about settings if the setting was good it would sell for more if the bank failed and the bonds ceased to pay interest and the house burned down Very true Then I shall buy the babies a lot No indeed you wont I have gone over ell their last years toys theyve forgotten them by mended them up and I have dressed two small dolls which will do quite nicely Now dont look that way Jeff dear The poor little McCarthys around the corner will have nothing at all If we died in the poorhouse the babies Yes yes her husband broke in hasti ly All right then He had another lucky stroke in the in terval before Christmas and on Christmas ewe he could stand it no longer lIe went out and bought recklessly determined to give his children a Christmas which would demolish their infantile standards- It was 11 oclock when he let himself soft Iv in and slipped a huge package into the quiet parlor Then he went into the sittingroom His wife was there with the childrens toys spread out There was anxiety in her eyes but sLe strove to be calmThey do look sort of poor dont they I 1 meant it for the best and the little Mc Carthys il yes her husband replied Say Ethel Im hungry 1 think Ill go down and investigate the pantry Hullo thats DaddIes crying isut it It was and If her parents had ever found any weakness in her lungs it was dispelled now When Mrs Jenks came downstairs 15 minutes later her husband was hunting rather nervously in the potato bin I 1 M as looking for a piece of cold chicken he said but 1 think you will be more likely to find it in the pantry his wife replied Jeff I believe 1 felt a draught as I came past the sittingroom door Did you open the window No Then it must be burglars Quick hide in the coal cellar Maybe And the babies Mrs Jenks was upstairs almost before her husband thought somehow he got into the sittingroom first Ill stay out here and protect the babies she groaned The window was up and everything save the toys was had van ishedMrs Jenks began to cry Ohh my poor babies she cried No Christmas at all any more than the little McCarthys W why didnt I let you get something for them Goodness me I forgot cried her hus band The fact is that I did get a few things for them today and he brought them out Oh Jeff all these If we end in the will at least have something to brag about to the other poor children Well Im glad anyhow said Mrs Jenlcs and maybe we will recover the oth ers tooPerhaps so said her husband quietly After the toys were all laid out he put on his best hat Guess Ill step over to the polce station and tell them to keep an eye i n the house he bid When he got outside he executed a war dance on the pavement Then he slipped around to the rear and got a basket which was hidden under the back steps In the morning Mrs McCarthy found a basket ex iiy like it filled with toys at her door SLe announced that the angels had sent only Mr Jenks could have proved that they had nothing to do with he didnt dare E1JSA ARMSTRONG andsometimes andand nowand darkand 2 untouchedthey r poorhouseThe itand l E fjJJp 1 l1n li 1rntrJ fti Q 1 j E tJ Lr iJh1tIrcd By A Purely Vegetable Blood Remedy is the Only Cure If the people generally knew the cause of lllieuniatism there would bo no such thing as lini ments and lotions for this painful disabling disease The fact is is a f the can be reached herofqro only through the blood Jut till blood can not cure stheuniatism for it is an obstinate liscasc one which requires a real ilood remedy something more than a mere tonic Swifts Specific is the only real blood remedy and it promptiy goes to tho very bottom of even the most cjatinate case A few ago I was taken with Khetinmt at became gradually so in tense that I was for weeks unable to walk 1 tried several prominent physi chins and took their treatment faith fully but was unable to get the slightest relief In fact my condition seemed to grow worse the pains spread over my entire body nnd from November to March I suffered agony tried ninny patent medicines none relieved me Upon the advice of a friend decided to try S S Before allowing me to take it however my guardian who was a chemist and pro pounced of polish mercury vl true tail iUlOuma t ism disorderedstate bloodit inflammatory t I t J r free orit 4V i so much better after taking tw i bottles that I continued mIme reimd und in two months cured con pletcly The cure wits permanent f I have never since halt u touch c Rheumatism though many t i n e exposed to mind cold weather Eton M TIPPEII PhiladelphiaThose with Rheumatism know that i becomes more severe each year and like all other blood disease the doctors are totally unable tt Ifelt Iwo cure In fact the only remedies which they are potas am though temporary relief may result these remedies a stiffness of and in it prescribe andmercury nts produce tensify the disease S S S never disappoints for it reach of all other remedies It cures Rheumatism Catarrh CancerScrofulaEczema and all other blood diseases It is the only blood remedy guar anteed Purely Vegetable nook mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Ga deeprooteddiseases I c j permuanen 5 I COUCHS Do not neglect a Coach or ns delays BTO of ren dangerous Folaye Honey safe end Contains no oplat nd la Guaranteed CROUP Thousands of infants and children dlo yearly of Croup every ono of these innocents could havo been paved had Fo loys Honey and Tar boen given then latime Cold and Tarisn sure cure ploasant Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced stages but claims to give relief in the very worst cases and in early Btoces CONSUMPTIONFoleys to cure r ellecta Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam A physician can prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce is on the package Cures in a day to take Children cry for Large size bottles Price25c and SOc For Beautiful Complexion Use Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder For sale by R E McRoberts TO YOU BROTHER I I fRES e JAy S a 4g0r Y FRIEND and I I love him God bless the skies above him 1 Wherever neath their azure he may be We were lads the time I speak of And now we hear the creak of The frost that chills the branches of lifes tree We wandered in the mountains And we played beneath the fountains That tumbled down the overhanging steep And we swam amid the driftlngs Of the autumns somber sittings From the trees of woodland pastures neck deep Then the winter came and flurries Of the snow in flights and scurries Laid the ermine covers deep upon the earth And the woods and halls were ringing With our happy shouts and sinking The echoes of the seasons joy and mirth But those years succeeding morrows Brought care and age and sorrows And the struggles life allots to earnest men They are mountains that divide us And the fountains oft deride us When seek to bring dear boyhocd back again But the years have come unceasing Bringing joy and care increasing And theres compensation sweet within- it all For love from loved ones found us And that fond delight surrounds us As a vineclad safe and flowercovered wall So heres to you my brother Though far from one another Let us drain the cup of good will from the brim And thank dear God above us That around are those who love us While we sing again a cheering Christmas hymn WILLIAM LIGHTFOOT VISSCHER M AM flUBIAN TEA cures Djspep 3 eWW cia Consipation and Indi gestion Ec y la tcs the Liver Price 25 cts Please Remember that my are Due and it is absolutely That I have the money This notice is for who owes me J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC 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Anyone sending a sketch and description may our opinion on invention la tlons strictly confidential Hand ent ree agency for patents Patents taken Simian recelvo notice without charge in the Scientific Jfererican Afaandaomely Illustrated Largest clr omlatlon of scientific Journal Terms S3 ayear four months 91 newsdealers Branch Offic OB V St Washington The price of eggs hss been higher than usally known time of the year and all the indications as it seems to us that it will not be much less for some time which surely that all possible advantage shculd be awn by the farmer of possibilities increase roW rtg are m ns forth ir pe vrV1 u Co3812 New York at this ASTHMA Foleys Honoy end To r la Eunrenteed tocive prompt relief In all cases cf Asthma Do not class this with other medicine that has failed to you relief PNEUMONIA Dr J C Bishop of As now Hich says I have used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of Pneumo nia tho past month with good results give LA I you havo had the you probably need a re liable medicine like Fo1 leys Honoy to heal your lungs cad stop tho racking ccngl incidents to this dUoosel CRIPPE- If art and T A lYhSSc Marie Foleys Kldnoy Cure pepnration for all diseases Thepropr Medicine guarantee undert Do they mark is ft perfectly rellabTe Kidney and Bladder ietoM of this Ore a it or t h e money re not deserve a white nfl I02W YEAR RESOLUTIONS Van Chump Sr My son I was greatly shocked on passIng your room tins to hear you using profane language and only the day after you promised me to swear off Van Chump must have been what I was doing when you beard me St Louis GlobeDemocrat Not a Difficult One Sorry Sawyer Say Lerty have yer made nny New Years resolutions Lethargic Laertes Ive made one an I dont tink Ill have any trouble stickin t itSorry Sawyer Wot is it Lethargic Laertes Ive resolved not to slovel any snow this year Up to Date Utter Obscurity lie doesnt seem to amount to much in thecommunityNo unimportant that nobody even sends him a 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fAssistant Cashr SURPLUS J200000l I LANCASTER A President JNO STOKXES Vice President Wx H KINNAIRD Cashier KY J I R DaNNY E J F ROBINSON Jx Bookkeeper T BBT Aast Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SnmlD Cochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson JnoEStormes Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed G B SWINSBROAD C 2 J E ROBINSON K R S W S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pal w th Vitalized Air Office in a th e Thompson Building J HOOD SURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY Office over J C Thompa na jewelry store ASSIGNEES SALE Valuable Property Saturday January 14 1899 the following property made known on day of sale G A BALLARD Assignee January 6riS992t R o OF T apvhlJe treL atManse Lotcontainingthereon TERMS t jf11 P cV Kz3tr3 rvrIIASV Iz OPV k- T VktVVV e 5V I t