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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k y 1 Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky an Second Class Matter NU3IBSR40 7 trotwiNrir YEAR i 1- 1F p v- f PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS Cor Public Square and DauviVe Avenue W LAND RAY i Steel hatchet 250 14 qt Dish Pan I5C Coal bucket Shovel 170 Toilet Set pieces 980 Wish Bowl Pitcher ssc Steel Skillet gc Oil Heating Stoves 450 4Cap Wood and Coal Stove com bined 43 pieces ware 11 J R HASELDEN Col W G Welch W I Williams Stanford Lancaster WELCH WILLIAMS All business attended to promptly BARGAINS I at Law Lancaster Ky r Attorneys BEAZLEYBAUIMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky r LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 1899 asmwnwmwmmm LOCAL HAPPENINGS 3 UU1U1UU U u mm rnrnrnrntnrmnrmni vmnim JUJIIJlUIIlUJIIl1111IUIIUJIIluJU1C Go to the rink tonight Fresh oysters daily at G S GaineJ Don a fancy dress and go to the rfnk tonight See the cooking range at Josephs to be given away Pistol shots are quite frequent on the Public Square at night Everybody indebted to G S Gainers will please call and get Year gift I Handsome line of Ladles Muslin Un derwear at Josephs Come see this stock its beautiful Clover Timothy Blue Grass Grass and Seed Oats at i G S GAINES The thermometer registered 10 be low zero on the Public Square at 6 oclock Wednesday morning Notwithstanding the extremely cold weather a number went to Stanford Tuesday night to hear Bob Taylor Give Us a Trial Come and see our pretty letterheads and envelopes We print them neatly and cheap Bran and SIiIpntufT I have on hands a fine lot of bran and shipstufi Will deliver at 10 and 12 per ton Buy now while it is cheap JOHN II POTTS CliIldrcnsMcctlng Dr McKee will preach to the chil dren in the Presbyterian church Sun day afternoon at three oclock Grown folks are also requested to be present If you want to see something beauti ful in Hamburgs and Lace call at Jo sephs Its a to them to show goods and will be a pleasure to you to see the pretty goods Rev Masses Sick Rev Massee of the Baptist church has been ill for two weeks He was better Sunday and filled his pulpit but suffered a relapse in the Savo Your Corn for me I will give L50 per barrel fo 1000 to 2000 barrels of corn delivered in March or April 1899 JNO W MILLER Mgr Pilgrimage Distillery Co ti afternoon f 1 Orchard A deep snow fell Monday night A Proctor Knatt cigar brings joy to the smoker All firstclass cigar stands have the Proctor Knott cigar White and Colored Jo sephs Beautiful line V V Rink open every evening from 7 to 930 and Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 G S Gaines will buy aWthe corn he any goods he handles Just received Carload of Salt H B orthcott Highest price for Furs Beefhides Eggs and all kinds of mechandise R A STONE Car load Furniture just received Come and get prices before buying elsewhere R A STONE On Saturday afternoon the prices will be reduced as follows General admission 05 Skaters lOC For Bent The store room in the Thompson block on Richmone yJFor Sale or Bent My eight room Dwelling House on Campbell street Lancaster Ky given 1st day of January 1899 Address I C Rucker Paint LickKy jan6tf Cure For La Grippe Foleys Honey and Tar heals the lungs and cures the racking Cough us ual to la grippe and prevent pneu monia It is guaranteed 25c and 50c Preached Sunday Rev Waits who was chaplain of Second Kentucky Volunteers filled the pulpit at theBaptist churchSunday night Rev Waits is a splendid preacher and a polished gentleman Exchange Potts Bros have established an ex change at the residence of Mrs Cunninghams on Depot street and will keep on hand flour meal shipstuff etc to exchange for wheat They will erect a large builbing within the next few weeks fPique at can get at 125 a barre ayable in producecash- or Possession i Salt yLMilll PRICE We are compelled to close out our Pall and Winter stock in order to make room for our IMMENSE SPRING STOCK which we have already bought We have bought largely for Spring and need money to discount our spring bills you can buy Suits Overcoats N Heavy Bunts V Shoes v at Manufaciurei s Prices We need Room We neon Money Come and see how Cheap you can buy goods of us LOGAN ROBINSON r Br f 6ss A c f f f fTf GREAT CUT o Y c i r f JI1 7I f f t14 3y c L t f ir rI sq b t f1t f0 l 6J7 t hl I ir Jocn SALEM z Therefore 1 J Z t i 44rir It wky Pw Fancy dress at the rink tonight Best Cabbage Potatoes at H B Northcott Y M C A business meeting this Thursday evening at 7 oclock Coal for sale good coal or no R A STONE Table the prettiest ever shown in Lancaster now on display at Josephs 1 xx A Ccottage Upright Baldwin piano Good as new S B Henry tf Mr Ben Hughes and family has mov ed to the Anderson property out on Danville street A business man who will make out his accounts on common back woods paper is too short to be put in piecrust Following is a schedull of the prices at the rink General admission lOc Skates life 7 Blacksmith Shop for Rent Will rent my shop and tools for 1899 Possession given immediately G S GREENLEAF Job at Lakeland Cash Pumphrey left a few days ago to accept a position at the Lakeland Asylum Hes a good boy and will fill the bill anywhere he is placed Old Citizen Dead A telogram announces the death at Harrodsdurg of County Clerk Bush W Allen The declosed war a son of the late Ben Allen and has been Circuit Clerk of Mercer County for a number of years We Want at Once A reliable man to sell our Blue Pen nant brands of Lubricating Oils and Greases and high grade Thresher and Mill Supplies Will make liberal ar rangements and give steady employ ment to the right man The Euclid Oil Company Cleveland Ohio It Two Naughts The papers of those subscribers paid up to 1900 will be marked 00 As we only have room for two figures on our mailing galleys we de cided to use these instead of 19 thus saving the trouble of taking out both figures a year hence See if your label reads 00 Henry Well Fixed Henry Duncan the barber has just completed and moved into a cozy and substantial residence Richmond street opposite the Baptist church Henry is one of the best barbers in the state and is always kept busy He is a good manager as the building of his new home goes to show Tim RECORD congratulates him on his enterprise and good fortune Preaching at Court House Rev Tom C Bush of Texas began a meeting in the county court room Tuesday night He is the oldest son of our townsman Dr W N Bush He is affiliated with no denomination but preaches the gospel of Jesus Christ and Him crucified Rev Bush is an exceedingly bright young man and is a hard worker for the cause he repre septs Services are held every even ing at seven oclock and many people go to hear him All are cordialy Take Notice Send us anything on the face of the earth anything good bad or indiffer ent anything with bad spelling or bad grammar except poetry Dont wear your life out copying poetry from al manacs or hymn books to senofto this paper We have two or three fellows in this office who are full of essence of poetry and when we anything rich rare and roliclcy in that line we have only to touch a thumbscrew and the wheels in their heads set them selves in motion and the stuff ready prepared comes winding off in lots of a 100 stanzas Paragon Look Out for Him The papers are telling of another swindler abroad in the shape of a man who goes about cleaning sewing If any person watches him while he is at work he sends them for oil rags or something the sort and while they are gone he exchanges a good wheel or some other piece of the machine for a broken piece which he of coursefinds as soon as the re turns He then promises to repair and if given permission does so and presents a large bill If he happens to come your way let Tow ser head the reception committee Still Improving The Advocate says Lyons are still making improvements and putting new machinery into Dan ville Steam Laundry in Order to ac commodate the increased business during the coming summer This laundry will in a few weeks of the best equipped in the coun try and does not ask odds of the big concerns of the leading cities It is also a great thing for the town em ploying from twentysix to thirtyfive hands Its territory runsfrom Mid f dlesborough on the East almost to Louisville on the West For Sale haying Ill need eachSomerset parson thedamages Nichols pay jan tf invited machines the expected bone i e Contract Closed And Deed lade to the Itllllcr lot for Hotel and Opera House Capt W S Miller has made the deed for his lot to the Lancaster Hotel Com pany the money is paid and deed lodged for record in the county nice The price paid was three thous and dollars The contract building the hotel and opera house has been let to Messrs Jas Ryan Son of Lexirg ton Mr Ryan will arrive tonight and make his arrangements for letting contracts for removing the old bricks digging cellars and preparing for In next issue we will print a detailed description of the buildings together with pictures of same Now who says Lancaster is not coming to the front Smoke the ProctorKnott cigar See the at Joseph You can always find bargains at Josephs A R A Stone has a nice line of Iron I Beds Springs c at bottom prices Tj Third degree work at K P lodge The new costumes will add beauty to the work meeting Hour Changed Dr McKee announced Sunday that the hour for morning service had been changed to fifteen minutes before 1045 oclock and would begin promptly at that time Paste this in your hat and dont come in late to dis turb the congregation 110 Years Old Aunt Charlotte Dunn colored died Monday at the advancedage of 110 years Aunt Charlotte remembers distinctly when Lancaster was but a few log huts Her death leaves Uncle Dennis Brown undisputedly De old est pusson m dese parts Indicted the Town The Boyle county grand jury return ek an indictment against the town of Danville for its failure to keep in proper repair that portion of street formerly under control of the Harrodsburg Company This is one of the streets involved in the contest between the county and the town as to whose place it is to keep them in order Decided Upon A Plan At several meetings of the Fiscal Court and a number of taxpayers dur ing the past week the turnpike ques tion was discussed at length and many views given as to the management of the roads The first proposition offer ed was voted against by every magis trate present knocking it into a cock ed hat At the meeting Tuesday the order published elsewhere in THE REC ORD waspassed each magistrate vtoing aye We regret very much to say con siderable feeling has been worked up over road question in the county It was hoped that when the gates were removed that a longsuffering public would be given a rest on the matter If you want to know further on the question read life is too short to try to boil it down here The following Commissioners were appointed under the new order T B Robinson Win Noel John Mc Querry and Logan Ison Centre College Club The Centre College Glee Club gave an entertainment in House Friday evening which was greatly en joyed by everyone present Owing to the fact that several entertainments have been announced lately and the further fact that the young gentlemen did not get into town before 730 o clock many people forgot the engage ment consequently a small was present The club is worthy of good support and is far above the av erage troupe of professionals Each number on the program was heartily applauded and greatly enjoyed The vocal quartette composed of Messrs Ireland Miller Mustaine and Rogers is worthy of especial mention as is al so the violin playing of Messrs Fred Grant and Currey The quartette is far above the average and its were richly deserved Hemphill After a brief illness Mrs Rachel Hemphill died at her home in this city Saturday noon She was in her 61st year and the widow of Dr Jas C Hemphill who died in 1858 Funeral services were conducted by Eld R M Campbell in the Christian church Monday at 10 oclock after which the remains were laid to rest in the Lan caster Cemetery The immense of people at the funeral was a marked testimony of the high of this good woman She was a of the Christian church and a devoted worker in the W U We know of no one who lived up to the teachings of the bible better than she A liberal contributor to all won thy causes a true friend and a devoted mother were characteristics for which she was widely known In her death the church faithful member and the community a substantial help er to religion and good society She left only one child JC Hemp hill of this city her a broth er Mr T Leayell and one sister Mrs Jesse clerks- o foundations pretty ginghams the order theCourt audience encores gathering CJr losesa S 00 I eleven Main the Turnpike the standing member Judge Walden i- 4i i d TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION f100 per year in Adnarce MAKING RESOLUTIONS For the New Year is not a masculine trait oiifj Many Ladies have decided to confine their shop ping to our store because they have learnecT ffy past experience that DryGoods Dress Goods Notions Trimmings Etc Purchased here are Superior in Style to any they can obtain elsewhere and the Prices are Smaller Our CutPrice Sale Is moving out lots of Bargains and you should visit our store at once and secure some of these Great Bargains LOCAN DRY GOODS COMFANT 1 1 Qualityand I THE r S Capt THcFarland 111 A letter from New York states that Capt W C McFarland remains quite ill in that city He has been removed from the Park Avenue hotel to Dr Wyeths private hospital The wound received at Santiago is causing much trouble together with the malaria contracted while in Cuba His regi ment the 16th Infantry has been to Omaha Nebraska Happy The marriage of Mr J Randolph Harris of this city and Miss Mary Cash of Turnersville Lincoln county took place at the residence of the brides parents Wednesday at oclock Only members of the family were pres ent at the ceremony The couple ac companied by Hiss Florence Harris and Mr R E Henry came at once to the residence of the grooms father in this city arriving about five oclock They were given a warm reception by a number of friends and a lovely served The bride is an exceed ingly young woman being blessed with sense and handsome face and She belongs to one of the leading and most wealthy families of Lincoln countv As for the groom we will say he is a mighty clever and industrious young man He has work ed in TilE RECORD office about six or seven years and no fault can be found of him Through the rough voyage of life we wish them great happiness and as our Mt Hebron correspondent says elsewhere in this isstfe With jnst enough sorrow to make them the goodness of God Cyrus Cover and sister Miss Anna of Lincoln accompanfed the wedding party here THEY MCA The was pretty well filled Sun day afternoon and Rev Clarks talk listened to attentively Remember its Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock that the meeting is held All men young and old are request ed to attend the meetings Business meeting this Thursday evening at 7 oclock Fully onehalf the required money has been voluntarially offered The building seems an assured fact President Henry N Faulconer Monday and has been putting in some master blows for the build Prof Ellitt will address the Sunday afternoon The older men are especially invited Heres a to help the young into channels Will you assist supper attractive od appreciate room ins meeting m n 2 0 t ordered Wedding figure DIr returned chance right 5 The L N is spreading a big lot of ballast along this branch of the road Lot of receipts in an old post office envelope Owner can have same by paying for this notice The Buck Burned The Buckingham theater at Louis ville burned last night Loss about 70000 No lives were lost but a fire man was fatally injured This will be sad news to the old birds who visit the city on business come back and sit on the front pew meditating over the different colored tights they saw at the Buck WALLACETON J A Baker sold a fat cow to E L Woods at per 100 pounds A threeyearold child of Greene Bird and wife died of croup on Sun day night Rev Hendrickson was unable to fill his appointment here Saturday and Sunday on account of being sick Jeft Harris who has been real sick with pneumonia for nearly a month is slowly convalescing J B Wallace and Miss Bettie Hen drickson who taught the public school in the JVYJallaceton district last fall have their respective houses a nice subscription school of about 30 pupils and are progressing nicely Boog Kkmard who left here his home in Missouri has returned and bought Wm Higginbotham for 8600 a lot of about 3 acres on which is a house a black smith shop and an excellent pair of scales and began work on of this week The name of the new firm is II C Kinnaird and Son Mr Colson who has been running the shop has rented a house from W 0 Anderson and will work with Wm Asher who recently moved here from Paint Lick The wife of for the following incident A few nights ago while Will was peacefully slumbering possibly dreaming that he was back at Santiago he was partially awakened by a noise in an adjoining room when upon he called out What will you have Receiving no reply he repeated the question with evident au thority and increased yetno reply Determined not to be bluffed by the sudden deathlike silence he called out a third time If I come in there youll ariswerine and springing out of bed he seized a chairand rushed into the room rat ran and thus saved its life Found 225 fourteen to wake M WmWilsonisourauthor- ity forcebut butthe o yearly oftMon- day r X ex a K 3u S4S a77r a w r y Tyywl J CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEKC BY ZOrtfS f LANCASTER KENTUCKY It 1 Lot YD1 1 Y Poi Ueher JONt YriE IN ADVANCK J Six MONTHS TOKKE 5 2 1 Felirnnry 3 1899 THE Louisville Legion will be at once This is very If Spain knew that organiza tion was disbanded she would quickly send soldiers here to wipe Uncle Sam off the face of the earth while the old fellow was without military THE name of Capt I M Dunn is being used in connection with the democratic nomination for the tore Ike the bill and comes up to the standard we suggested in last issue The people would never have cause to regret sending him as a rep A GREAT many republicans are uig ing lion Sam 1 Itoberts of the Lei tucky Leader to become a candidate for governor Mr Roberts is a gentleman well posted on men and matters By strict attention to busi ness he has made the Leader one of the foremost dailies in the state TIIKJIE has been some talk of pen sioning needy Confederate soldiers This would be a good move and one truly American While such a thing will hardly be done yet a while some representative would score a capital point by introducing and having a bill admitting these veterans to the Soldiers Mane Ax exarmy chaplain took us to task for saying military pulpitpounders prayers never ascended higher than the plumes in their hats We admit there are honorable exceptions to the rule but as a general thing their prayers are looked upon Above like the psypb look upon the patent of a country paper S Mi Chicago girls have organized a Hobson Club each meeting one male guest is elected Ilobson The girls lice past and he is expected to each girl once If he refuses he nut give her a pound of candy and if she refuses to be kissed she must embroider a hat mark for him Kentucky girls will never have to take such a measure to get kissed They are so sweat there are always men longing and pleading for a ringing smack DUN Cos review of trade thus describes the business conditions of the country country is in stronger position than a week ago jje markable strength in its industries important nut not the chief ele meat Public confidence in the of the country and its securities has been tested to an unusual extent The vast supply of unemployed capital has been shown impressively and the new and startling independence of money markets fixes attention Mn B A EXLOE has resigned as editor of the Louisville Dispatch In a communication giving his reasons for taking this step he says that the Lou isville and Nashville railroad is put ting its hand into the affairs of the Dispatch and the paper has been made the tool of corporate interests and that if it can nut be saved from the shameful fate of a bond slave of the allpowerful and allpervading money power it is the duty af those who created it to sacrifice it rather than see it sent to a grave of infamy Mr Enloe is a fluent writer and read ers of the Dispatch will miss him greatly WE are frequently asked What is the politics of your paper There ply is promptly tIred back that we are running a hume paper and waste no time in tolling how the government should should be run or what steps foreign nations should take to prevent the fall of their countries A man on ly takes a little crossroadH to see what hi friends and neighbors are doing and how the large is progressing with its battles of life If John Jones pig walls the road ami John Jones is a subscri her to our little sheet we bolive in telling his neighbors of time ble feat of his pork People who read politics and dabble in such matters will take a daily paper and a country weekly might fill its columns with ad vice to the mighty politicians audit would not amount to a hill of beans We want it distinctly understood thatwe keep no politics in stock but ifyou want to know what is going on in Lan cjistcr and Garrard county send us a and your desires will be satisfi cd Now is the time to Dangers f The Grip The greatest danger from La Grippe is of it resulting in pneumonia Ireasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for la grippe we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia whichshows conclusively that this remedy is a certainpreventi ve of that dangerous disease It will cure la grippe in less time than any other treatment It ispleasant and and safe to take For sale by R E McRoberts lm Ars work harder on Sundays than j on days ila nisi r at l a i a j FI IDAy reorganize important protection rex utltin polished passed inside audi t kiss HoG it ism neSt foreign I com subscribeS alp ther 0JOf I legs fills C The 1 pap1 a rem dollar Ic r1e 1J cross Fo 3 D er ed BRYANTSViLLE Born to tilt wife of Bent Hal cous a 10 ifc boy Sumuel I leave a few Sailors that I will sell regardless of co t A S Haselden The new pews have been received for the Methodist church and add much to the beauty of the room The prospects are good for the ice houses in the vicinity to be filled dur lug the week with Jiveinch ice Died at the home of Mrs Sim Parks the little eight year old of Mr Dunn Though quite young she had her life insured in the Sunlight insurance which will be promptly paid Mrs Ike Leavcl after a pleasant visit to relatives in this vicinity has returned to her home in Indiana Mr Sam Sadler of Winchester visited relatives here Sunday Rev of Danville visited friends here day MissWoodanl of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Anderson this week For Ii irli i Thomas Wliitiield Co 240 Wabashav corner Jacksonst one of Chicagos oldest and most prominent druggist recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy for 11 grippe as it not onh gives a prompt and complete relief but also counteracts any ter dency of la grippe to result in pneu mouia For sale by R E lm MT HEBRON Mr James Middleion sold a horse at Danville last week for 25 Miss Ida Duncan began a private school at Mt Hebron Monday r Tunes Johnson commenced a singing school at this place Saturday Dora were happily united in the bonds of wedlock on the at the the brides father near Buena Vista Then the happy couple and a few friends drove to the father at this place where a nice sup per was served and a large crowd of friends and relatives present We wish the bride and groom a bright and successful life with just enough sorrow to make them fully appreciate thi goodness of God rs John Saunders visited Mr Duncan Saturday night Mrs Lucy Montgomery is very sick at this writing Mrs Bessie Scott and daughter Kettle are visiting in tliis week Mr W D oil a business trip to last week Mr Jas Montgomery is on the sick list Messrs James Cnnv ford and Isaac Duncan returned last un1jy from a visit to Lexington Mr Samuel Duncan visited his sister in Jessamine last week Mr Isaiah Jackson has moved on a farm near the Frk church and Mr John Jackson will move in the house vacated by the Iormer Mr Johnnie Hicks went to Louisville last weeic Mr S A Fackler Editor of th ilicanopy Fla Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly from La Grippe One Minute Cough Cure was elm only remedy that helped them It acted quickly Thousands of others use this remedy as aspecilic for Grippe and its exhausting aftereffects lm Stonncs Drug Store Messre T L Sanders and Frank in Louisville on business 11 Rancy F and Mr Jesse Temiiy are very ill 01 la grippe Miss Olive Bruner of Little Hick man is the pleasant guest of Mrs A ford this week Mr and Mrs George Grow are also rcJ cln over the appearance of a lieboy on Thursday 24 inst r rs Taylor Rainey are re Joiceing over the arrival of a fine twelve pound boy which arri ved Thurs 2 tli inst John Hicks and Frank Land returned from Louisville last week where they had been to dispose of their tobacco but the market was so they would not sell The sttamer Falls City left here last Monday night at about twelve oclock with seven passengers thirty four bogheads of tooacco und some oth freight Hurrah for the Falls City Many of the young folks of this community attended the grand of M r Bl Allen mud bride at the home Of parents last Wednes day night A large crowd and all a nice time and wish the young couple a long and happy life Messrs John Brooks and Arthur Ham of Little Hickman attends the reception of 5lr F Allen and bride Wednesday night N T Grow call on his girl afternoon C C Shear and family moved from near Ijere to Madison last week Mrs Emma Manford nee Miss Emmae of Frankfurt came up on the Falls City Sunday to spend several weeks with home folks JW Sanders of Buckeye is spending week with relatives here Miss Nora Ray and little sister Minnie of Buckeye visited their grandmother Mrs George Anderson this week An Honest Medicine for La Grippe w Waitt of South Gardiner had the worst cough and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing thathas done any good whatever I have used one bottle and the chills medicine For sale McRob erts lm of eras p gee Vt Thca ore J home of Samuel little made e I UNi gcr are lesdunes J and day essrs crowded reception his report 13 best Sunday I Rag says I have cold chills congratulatebyRE Nay Bur M M dir daughter All Si C JicRub Sirlor tit grou gin Bu 5 Iu George Dte O cent r p rgin 1 z j pike shall each the April cd days by ty the date the the the er that ties the the be on the Pro day the a bid bic1 bid ble or ate for be Turnpike Order County Fisc 1 Co irt- Fre2 Roads It is ordered by the Court that the following plan for managing n turn road system in Garrard county b2 and is as follows The county is to be divided into four turnpike road districts so that contain its near as practicable onefourth of the roads wonting by mileage in the county Over each division this court will place a cominisioner who shall super vise and superintend the roads in his district and perform such duties as this court may from time to time for him He shall be elected by court annually and shall hold his one year from the first of in each year and until his is appointed and qualified but or cause But before any commissioner is removed he shall have at least ten written notice that at a time in the notice he will be removed which notice shall be served upon him any officer of Garrard county au thorized to execute process or notice under the code of practice or by any person appointed by the court orCoun Judge for that purpose and a re moval when made shall take effect at end of the month succeeding the of removal and the removal shall be an order entered of record and commissioner be paid up to time at which his removal takes effect provided he first surrenders to court the books papers and other things which belong to said court and which are used in connection with said commissionership Each commission shall execute to the court a bond with sufficient surety conditionnd he will faithfully perform of iiis office Said bond shall be in a penal sum fixed by the court and with one or more sureties who shall in the aggregate be worth in Property at least twice the amount of penal sum of the bond over and above the property law exempt from execution and indebtedness of surety Each commission shall duly sworn and shall report to the Fiscal Court scmiannually at its regular terms Time commissioner measure and receive metal and gravel where the latter is used and see that the sameis properly spread upon the roads in his district and that the roads are in proper condition for spreading same When onehalf of each contract has bleu performed the commissioner may and when the work a contract is fully performed he shall certify the fact to the County Judge who is then authorized to or del the payment to the extent that workljas been completed If for any reason the County Judge sees he may send the magistrate who resides in or who is assigned to said district to inspect the work and report thereon and the County Judge may act in conjunction with the mag istrate if he deems it proper If in dividing the county two or more of the magistrates shall reside in the same turnpike road district then the court shall assign one magistrate to district as an inspector to exam inc the roads in their districts respect ively whenever it is proper to do so Each commissioner shall have an ann al salary of 200 to be paid on the or der of the County Judge at the end of each quarter commencing on the first of April 1889 andp ayable out of road fund All contracts for metaling or gravel roads are to be let by the court to the lowest bidder the court big the right at all times to reject any and all bids The court will rc ceive bids for the work to be done on each section which bids must be in wrjtiug sealed up the name of bidder being indorsed on the coverand statement to indicate that it is a for work on a turnpike road and each bid shall bs accompanied by a bond with good surety worth at least twice the the conditioned that the bidder if his is accepted will perform the con ditions of the bid Each commissioner will divide the roads in his district into sections as near five miles in length as practica but no road shorter live shall be added to any other road portion thereof in order to make a section each such short road to be a to itself These divisions shall in writing to the court stating the district and time number of sections and the beginning and points In case of a washout or destruction by lire or other casualty of a road culvert or bridge requiring immedi attention or when ditching is ne cessary the commissioner of that road shall report immediately to the mag istrate assigned to his division if he reached or to the County Judge if he is most convenient and the two shall decide what to do and when the work is done it shall be paid for on their ap provai The county clerk shall procure and a Urnpike road book provided especially for the purpose whicl book shall show the appropriations for turn pike road purposes and expenditures and the vouchers for such expendi tures shall be numbered with anunii bar corresponding to the number on said book and shall be flied and kept separately from other vouchers and said services the county clerk shall paid 50 per year commencing when the supervisors commence their duties under this order on the first day of April 1899 A true copy Att JNO Clerk THE ad that isollowel by a string customers will do to tie to jn du tc is 10 I districtshall I prescribe position successor thenstated by shall the tangibles by ingthe resent they or amount of section be reported terminal magistrate keep DU WAN l r i i t f J kr J mil Gar Turnpike per each surei thanes mall W m l t C Elkin s some W W son a lbs year nave and By very So the in lungs the now as and and was of sure lar to are In or Th W Anderson bought of R L fourteen 85 Ib shoats at 3 cents Morgan bonght of Marshal Eason shoats at i75 per hundred W S Beasley bought ofJ M botham fifteen shoats averaging 137 Ibs at 3 cents B P Robinson shipped a load of light hogs to Cincinnati market this week paying 24 to Scents for same 11 Cook bought of Geo Brown twentytwo ewes tor 500 per head S Fergurson sold to W L Law lot of averaging about 100 at 3i Breeders of fine hogs will find the 18JJ a very prosperous one if they anything for sale There is a growing demand for well bred boars sows the use of an incubator and brooder you could be hatching arid raising some Chicks that will bring a high price early next spring A Boilers worth of paint well in will save live dollars of farm iin plements Rub the handles and of small tools with linseed oil The heavy snow that covers the ground will prove quite an advantage to the wheat crops as the hard freezes were beginning to tell on it However many say it has not been damaged to any great extent claim agencies have old swindle in regard to vast sums Chanceay in England and Holland awaiting American heirs pay them a penny Your fortune is in this country or it it is not you will get it without their help Coughing injures and inflames sore One Minute Cough Cure loosens cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best cough cure for children Stormes Drug Store A carefully planned rotation makes farming a much more certain business than a haphazard planting from year flue man who pursues the latter method rarely has the right crop when prices are right aiesers and R A Beazley are m connection with their one hundre and seventjlive big cattle two hundred hogs which bid fair to be money makers for these enterprising gentlemen as the price of hog stock looks favorable to those who are handling them Oats and peas are good food for sheep because they are not so more carbonaceous food like corn meal The use of too much food may cause a shedding of wool this may reduce the strength and vitality of the animal as well Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly by De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless imitations lm Stormes Drug Store It is said upon good authority that 50000 people started for the Klondike region last soason and only 30000 ever reached their destination Eech man spent at least 500 making a snm total of 25000000 and not over 10000000 brought out of that country Wheres the profit The highest assessed piece of land in Boston a lot at the northwest corner Washington and Winter streets con 1955 square sold the other day for 452000 or at the rate of 230 per square foot This was 175 150 more than its assessed value The Farmers Home Journal says if buy cattle to feed this winter be to select well bred and well grown animals There is a chance for profit With such but none at all with rawboned creatures of no particu breed You must know on what kind of a frame you are to attempt to It is announced that the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association will adhere to the old system of three in five heats Public sentiment how ever will sooner or later compel them 6 to abandon this useless and sometimes inhuman practicer The old system is in the interests only of the gamblers and dishonest jockeys who want to fake the public by laying up heats etc La Grippe is again epidemic Every precaution should be taken to avoid it Its specific cure is One Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd Agricultural and tiser Elden Mo says No one will be disappointed in using one Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe Pleasant take quick to act 1m Stormes Drug Store An exchange says City newspapers often through ignorance but more often to flatter their city readers much given to picturing farmers and other country dwellers as coarse bedoming more and more exceptional fact the average countrybred man woman is more cultured and a better appearance than the of town dwellers It would a good many city folks to learn how many of the fine appearing people they see on the street are farmers as a farmer thecareless or improverished indivial with unshaven face misfit clothes with trousers thrust into his boot tops and Who talks improperly g to Anthtna r Toleys Honey and Tar gives and positive relief in all cases lm C C J E Stormes Goo D will keep a man on his feet n ing 1 vcr 1 r1r hugs woodwork framers Dart to ear S feeding heating cured feetwas Oll stinted hang flesh Publisher ournal presents average surprise Glad Tldl Sailor quick advertising buisne s y Higg ru cal led revi WV heat ing ac onl bed I hone forty 4 per of 37 five mers last an was stroy sons traps are ably osene then ores the the kill A life A the ate ical t sji CO to son in in Harrodsburg Democrat W H Ter of the Bohon neighborhood sold j head of ewes to D E Massie at 10 ptr head and W I Massie of same neighborhood bought thirty stcok ewes of James McKay at 4 75 head Mr James T Blrck has purchased and delivered in Hal rodsburg 2 896 tvrkcys since the first November Their totle weight was 997 pounds He paid for them 2 556 All were bought in West Mercer Bonta Bros shipped twenty hogsheads of tobacco to The Far Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville week and sold the entire crop at average of 8 cents per pound Itgrown on 17 acres of land Various methods are adopted to de or drive away moles Some per appear to be able to use mole to good advantage while others not successful with them prob because they do not give the needed attention It is said that ker oil poured into a mole run and covered up will drive the creat A Short Rad Story A Cold Pneumonia Grief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been this story would have had a hap ending C C J E Stonnes away Bisulphide of carbon kill them if it reaches them pour into mole run about a gill of carbon bi sulphide and immediately cover it over fumes will penetrate the runs for some distance and it will kill the moles if present Small bits of meat containing a very little strychnine will the animals if eaten by them Grains of corn soaked in strychnine and water and placed in the runs are sold be destructive if eaten Vicks Magazine for January These are dangerous times for the health Croup colds and throat troubles lead rapidly to Consumption bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used at the right time will preserve health and a large amount of money Pleasant to take children like it Stormes Drug Store lm short time ago a smoothtalking in dividual representing an advertising company of Cincinnati visited Paris Kentucky and secured orders from a number of merchants for an advertising scheme called The Farmers New Ledger The book contains several hundred pages for keeping the various incident to a farmers business and the advertisements of the merchants were scattered throughout these pages The last 13 pages were devoted to law med icine and miscellaneous matters Five hundred or more copies of this book were distributed to their country pa trons by the merchants whose ad vertisements appeared therein A critical examination of the Medicin Department has led Health Office Bowen to ask the suppression of the entire edition upon the grounds that tables as given therein are inaccur and if followed would lead to de plumbIc results Dr H W Conrad a prominent physician said The Mec Department of this book is full of glaring and positively dangerous inac curacies far too dangerous for public distaibution The farmer who would attempt to prescribe for himself by these tables would do well to make his will and select his pallbearers Under the head How Much Medicine to take as a Dose this book says Mor phine 5 to 20 grains calomel as an alternative 1 to opium teaspoonful Dovers powders 20 to Thesmallest things may exert the greatest influence De Witts Little Early Risers are unequalled for over coming constipation and liver trouble pill best pill safe pill Starmes Drug Store grai is the equivalent of from 2 to grains of opium quinnine to 1 ounce leaveng it to the farmers as to whether oneeighth of an ounce is ment tincture of aloes 1 to 8 ounces All of the above dosage is evtremely dangerou and thaselfpres criber woild be able to take but on dose These tables further give the dose of castor oil 2 to 5 grains Epson salts 5 to 10 grains Rochelle salts 5 30 grains Many of these errors are dangerous that the unthinking per who would follow them would be deadly peril These books are prob ably introduced into other towns Central Kentucky and the State Board of Health ought to supress theedition in to prevent serious results from persons following these glaring errows I A Physician Can Prescribe x 1 s Dr Otto s 1 Spruce Gum Balsam Formula on each package CURES YOUR COUGH IN ADAY j jjt J i R E o Neglect used dIm will also to I of teaspoonfuls t I judgment o out I Price 25 5Oc McRoberts ail f f f i lg 5 2Z S 5 3 R E DEALER PURE DRUGS fiNE TOILET JBTICIES School looks Paints and Oils s ra atrsaaaaisr nr xi kj jj sax is T B Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KINNIARD g KY 1 Toilet Irlicles 1 JIDB lWJwmwuliD I McROBERTS1 II DRUGGIST I I I MmmlffiDImjm 6 a Lizzarwd th soutJ DANVI LLE F Pure Drugs Fins Stationery I j A l A l1 j j INS LANCASTEZ KENTUCKY 55 51 s rnnm rnrn mnr mnn f iwr nr nn nrnrmnrnrmnr IS II IUUJUJIIIII JUIU 11l11lIi UlU111JIt1U111lIUUlC 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 SUCCQSI Ufe This being conceded LOUISVILLE KY ILL BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in 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A r r fi f OO H OOH OO 3 rJ- OO k- OO 3 OOH BOO T 4 THE GLOBE LEADS Enfl ALL We have a Merchant Tailor Dept withOur Suits tried on and Fit as they are being made J L Frohman Go The GLOBE anviile Kentucky CLEARANCE 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 ot cost Come in and we will give you some EXTRA BARGAINS Phone 85 Respectfully SALE I order NOEL SISTERS 1A 0000600 I t CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY February 3 1899 IOOOOOOOOOOOOOO3OOOOOOCO39 OOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOQOCOO Mrs Fannie M Farra and son Lt J M are visiting in Lexington Col W S Ferguson of Covington is here looking after his big farm Miss Lizzie Simpson has been the guest of Miss Lizzie Thompson Miss Alberta Anderson is visiting the Misses Embry of Lexington Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard has been the guest of Mrs W S Beaz ley Little Misses Warren of Stanford are visiting their aunt Duncan Miss Leila Bryant of Danvillecame over to the funeral of Mrs Rachel Hemphill Mrs Elizabeth Simpson has been quite ill for several days but is much better today Rev and Mrs Waits of George town were guests of their friend Mrs James B Kinnaird Misses Saunders and Fish of Crab Orchard are visiting Miss Rella Ar nold on Danville street Mr and Mrs John Bauhmin of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in thisvicinity Rev Henry Faulconer and wife returned Monday from Livingston at Ahic place lie just closed a very sucess ful meeting Mr and Mrs Tom Adams leave this week for Florida to spend the rest of the winter They go for the health of the former Miss Mollie F Smith has about re covered from her recent severe illness much to the gratification of her le gions of friends Dr T J Hood and sister Miss Em ma numbered among the sick this week They are now keeping house In rooms in the Haselden block Mr J Joseph returned from Cincin nati Friday having been called there oy the death of his beloved mother mention of which was made in last issueJesse Walden the clever telephone manager has been confined to his bed ten days by stubborn attack of pneu monk His mother and sister have also been quite ill In the Sunday edition of the Louis ville Commercial appeared a picture Miss Madge Pickard the charming little lady who recently visited Miss May Hughes in this city The Industrial Club was charmingly entertained by Mrs John E Storme Wednesday afternoon at her beautiful nome on Richmond street The club Hsut Remember that my are Due and it is absolutely That I have the money This notice is for Every body who me Miss Jennie accounts y JlUISilli Jos i i f I PERsoNAU- r rf j t i J r i k I are I t S o I r I r 3gcsuay owes I i hh T Y I S t proving the source of much pleasure to its members A tenor singer has arrived at Mr R G Wards The young man made his appearance several days since If he can sing tenor as well as his father he will be a good one tho Dick says the young fellows vocal productions now are deep strong bass especially so about midnight Fatality Croup Statistics show that thousands of and children die yearly of mem braneous croup Wedo not exaggerate when we state that every one of these innocents could have been saved had Foleys Honey and Tar been given them in time Can you afford to be without it in your household 1m C C J E Stormes Unique Proposition The advertising manager of the Winchester Repeating Arms Co received an advertising prodosition of unique proportions It is as follows P Texas Friends i jest put up a wood fence round our semetary out of j my own pocket some of the citisens of p have given towards it but its my femce and i want to sell you the privilige o painting a sine of your gun or aminition on it you can have as much as you want on the main of the fence for a ten dollar bill in advance and i will git a man whats handy to do the job Now friends you aint going to let this chance slip be you for its the best place on earth for a sine of a Winchester becauz most of the people planted in the semetary wuz put to sleep by one of your guns rete soon and send the money sure respectable Lingering La Grippe Cough Cured Mr G VACHEII 157 Osgood St ChicagoMy wife had a severe case of La Grippe three years ago and it left her with a very bad cough She tried a of Foleys Honey and Tar and it gave immediate relief One bottle cured her cough entirely Now we are never without a bottle of this won derful Cough Medicine in the house 25 and 50c BUCKEYE Joseph Simpson Allen and Hiram Ray have each purchased a new organ for ther families Mrs Claudie Arnold and brother Roy of Bryantsville visited friends here last week Miss Nell Ray has returned home from her aunts Mrs Lena Dunn of near Lancaster Miss Alice Saddler entertained a few of her young friends Wednesday evening of last week Misses Annie Austin Bettiellenry of your city were with- f friends here last week Louis Ray and sister Miss Cordelia have gone to Hubble to spend a month or two with their aunt Mrs Ben Hughes John and Egbert Brown visited their uncle R L Brown at Kirksville Sunday A number of young folks assembled at the home of Mr John Ham Friday evening and all report a most delight ful time Recommended For La Grippe N Jackson Danville Ill Writes My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe seven years ago and since then whenever she takes cold a terrible co igh settles on her lungs We tried a great many remedies without giving relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tar which cured her She has been troubled with a cough since 25c QUIT advertising a good way to quit buisness The cry for the bacon hog seems to have died out at least not so much is said about it infants M r 0 recently roadside battle tee l T mm3tr agp We invitee n inspection of our immense stock of in Neckwear Hosiery Mufflers Gloves etci Perfect satisfaction Guaranteed or your money will be cheerfully refunded ine ihiLt tli f La A 6 A GENTLEMENS IZLtJ Ezi URN S2 IZTGs= t Here and There Hon Hngh L Mason a prominent Chicago lawyer was here this week to see his mother and brother Keg Mr Mason was born and reared in Lancaster He like all other former Lancaster people speaks of the place as home and if a fellow wants a fight just let him speak lightly of Lan caster in Mr Masons presence In ap pearance and manners he is very much like Keg always in a good humor and with somthing pleasant to say Mr Mason went to the Windy City when quite young and has fine law practice there Capt Sam Miller who has been in town for several days is a great hand every curiosity he can find has pistols of every type from the old flintlock to the latest He also has a horietiming watch which was made about seventy five years ago several of the first pocketknives made old clocks and a room full of curiosities which are inter esting to see He is a great hand to put away and keep things He has a gallon or so of peach brandy made fifty ears ago and some wine equally as old captain interesting man to to and always makes his company pleasantMr S Elkin showed a RECORD man some old papers which are curiosity especially to we younger roosters They were minutes of The Kentucky Abolition Society Holden at George Smiths Franklin county Ky Oct 16 and 17 1816 The are yellow from age but the remarkably good Mr Elkin to part with the keepsakes and says he will keep them to show to his greatgrandchildren We hope he will live long enough to have the pier sure of showing the documents as he desiresLancaster is the best show town in state No matter what comes along if the people have proper notice will attend in great droves The building of the opera house is hailed with the greatest delight by in town and the lessee whoever he may be will have a small gold mine In making our rounds for items of news this week we accidentally got onto a big scheme on foot which bids fair to eclipse any enterprise ever in Central Kentucky As our readers are aware Col W S Fer gurson is the owner of a fine large near town A great many acres along the K C railroad track Mr John E Stormes is to buy a half in the land and the two gentlemen will make a park of the farm The blue grass will be cultivated thous ands of ornamental and shade trees planted several immense lakes made and a sixstory hotel to cost 200000 erected on a hill near the centre of the An effort will be made to have Potter Palmer of Chicago take charge of the hotel during the sum mer and Delmonico to look after the kitchen The bill of fare will be kept at that high point of excellence that enough wealthy people will come from all over this and foreign countries to give sufficient support to the hotel Considering the many comforts and excellent fare offered the rates will be eight dollars per day The most im portant point to some Lancaster pIe is the intention of the gentlemen to open the resort to them absolutely free of cost A handsome depot be erected at the place andSuptHood agrees to run trains from Lancaster to the grounds every fifteen minutes The best rooms in the hotel will be reserved for those people about town who have worked so bard through the winter sitting on their pants and talking against the improvments to be made in Lancaster during next spring and summer These croaks have exen ed so much strength kicking against every proposition or suggestion for the betterment of town that they must have rest absolute rest and quiet Special servants will be placed at their command and electric fans will keep off while they and croak a bout Lancaster awaking from her VanWinkle nap There Is no about It No question indeed with who have used it but that Foleys Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable Kid ney 4Qd Bladder diseases 1m C C J E Stormes r established- a keep H improved The isan listen quite- a print- is refuses the they attempted lie interest place peal will Rip- r I those torah ever made papers everybody farm the the flies sit tYR N R 3 s LOWELL J B Henderson who has been quite ill for several days is some better at this writing- S P Davis who has had a severe spell of la grippe is convalescent Miss Bertha Goiens attended the hop at Silver Creek given by Miss Fannie Mills Wednesday night Quite a number attended the grapho phone entertainment conducted by Mr Fin Davis Friday night All re port a pleasant time Miss Bruce Pumphrey of Lancaster is visiting Willie Mae and Eva Brown Charlie Scott of Lancaster is visiting his uncle James Scott and family Messrs Ed and Will Brown Sam Da vis and Albert McKenney have from Mt Vernon where they appeared as witnesses against of the violators of Uncle Sams rules Mr and Mrs Robert Whitakervisited her mother Mrs W W Brown this week Mr and Mrs Speed Ledford spent Sunday with his parents at Paint Lick Dr N Mays who has been confined to his room for several weeks with a broken bone is getting around again The good doctors friends are glad to see him out Never was a couple more happily surprised than was Mr L H Davis last Monday when J B Ely to them a silver set Their appre ciation can hardly be expressed The people of our community were surprised to hear of the marriage of Miss Mary Davis and Mr Speed Led ford They were quietly married at the home of the brides parents January 25 at one oclock The ceremony was performed by Rev Waits after which the dining room doors were thrown open and an served While quite young in years being only sixteen and seventeen they seem to understand themselves perfectly and to unite in holy love to each other We extend to them our best wishes for a long and happy life Tne Most Fatal Disease It is not generally known that more adults die of Kidney trouble than of any other disease When the first symptoms of this disease appear no time should be lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or money refunded 1m C C J E Stormes HUBBLE Miss Susin Anderson is quite ill at this writing Miss Grever returued to her home Wednesday after a pleasant visit with her cousin Miss Lizzie Loid Mr Morgan Sutton the guest of S M Spobnamore and family the first of the week Mr Fount Huffman and wIfeLof Marksbury and the guest of J W Anderson and family Mr John Anderson of Hedgeville of his brother J W Anderson Sunday Rev Charlie Neil will preach at the McKindree church Sunday and Sunday nightProf Hall will begin his school at the Brights school house 27 of Feb uary To Consumptive As an honest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced stages but truthfullv claims to give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure 1m C C J E Stormes FLATWOOD Cold weather has come again J B Parks bought a cow from Wm Coldiron for 25 Thomas Bolton has moved in with his soninlaw Holland Rose James Hutching has returned to the mountains and Jake has moved house he vacated There was meeting at Good Hope Sunday CONSUMPTION CURED Dr Ottoa Gam Balsam will any case of consumption if takes ia time starts a slight cough or cold yo will use Dr Spruce Gnta Balsam yon will cure the the and throat and avoid the dreaded of teases consumption Delayia attending to a alight mar cost you tottlM Price For sole to R E McRoberts t Misses returned presented elegant dinner w was the gtthst This is where and if Otto a ad one Wednesday W Me M1 inti- the cure consum most gal d Z5c r n 1 A TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see that yourblood is rich and pure and whole system pnt in a condition the use of Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Then yon will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds and the grip Dr German Liver Powder the best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Price 25c and SOc Bottle For sale by R E McRoberts PREACHERSVILLE John Anderson will go to selling fruit trees for the Richmond Nursery soon A 7 Thompson swapped CONS with Richard Robinson and gave him 18 differenceJ sold five heifers to J Ballard for 81 J C Siler bought a car load of cat tie and hogs and shipped them Jel lico Tenn W P Durham bought of J P one cow for 23 Hogs are selling here at 3cts and a good demand for them Dogs made a raid on J F Pettus sheep the other night J L Hutchins wants to buy a Iso Jersey cow five years nothing but strictly So 1 Flem Cummins sold a nice bunch of hogs last week for 290 Mesdames Harriet Foley and Holtz claw have been visiting Mrs L King this week Two of Logue Thomp sons daughters of Mt Vernon have been visiting relatives here for a few days Dr Jene Brown of Stanford was here Tuesday on business Rev W B was able to go to Pineville to hold his meeting Mrs Jennie Pettus who has been sick for some time is better at this writing Chamberlains Cough Remedy in Chicago Hisgen Bros the popular South Side druggists corner 69thst and Wentworthav say We sell a great deal of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and find that itgives the most results especially among for severe colds and croup For sale by R E McRoberts 1m MARKSBURY Hery Parks bought a horse from W H Parks for 25 Miss Minnie Royston is quite sick of La Grippe Miss Bettie is some better at this writing Mr Hughes attended entertainment at Lancaster given by the Danville Glee Club Friday night J W Simpson sold to Cook of a lot of shoats at 3cts per pound and a 100 premium Rev W M Kurykendoll left Tues day for Bowling Green where he will hold a protracted meeting Rev Joen Bruce of Louisvslle will fill an appointment to preach at the Fork Church Sunday Feb 5th A lady in this vicinity started to her room a few evenings ago She started up the stairs but stepped pack very much alarmed and called for a lamp She said there the stair way Several members of the family started to her rescue when lo they be held a violin that had been carelessly left there during the afternoon by one of the little girls The lady had touched a string and supposed it to be occasioned can qe better imagsnel than described Sadie the only daughter of Mr Theodore Dunn of Lexington after a illness died while visiting near Bryantsville Her remains were inter red in the cemetry at the Fork She was a bright interesting tIe girl nine years of age Her life is ended but why should we grieve as is now one of Gods angels All extend sympathy to the bereavep par r hts Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam A physician can prescribe Dr Formula is on the package Cures in a day to take Children cry for Large size bottles FOP Beautiful Complexion Use Dr German Liver Powder For sale i McRoberts IF the rigtt ad is iu the right place the results are certain to be right j I 1 i j Virginia to Rogers oldwants Sunday n Aldridge the Lincoln wasa dogon I I the growl of a dog The laughter it I Sunday she Otto PtIoeZSc to t I I I e a quarterly satisfactory children tee I brief li shor a and by- RE M v i IB PAINT LICK HANDMADE BUGGIES BUCKBOARDS Rubber Tires Repairing nf All Kinds S ELY Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH Price 25 SOc R E McRoberts McCREARY Mrs L Gulley has returned from a protracted visit in Lexington and Mrs Mary Cole and Miss Lizzie Dozier of Richmond were the guests of Sirs Ahnira Wearren last week Miss May Baylor of Dan ville is spending this week with Mrs R L Burton Mr John D Walker and wife of Adams Intl who are their many relatives in this county visited Mr and Mrs Alex Walker the latter part of last week Mrs Will Bradshaw of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs T W Bradshaw Miss Jennie Harden has been very sick with la grippe Mrs David Ross and two daughters Misses Pearl and Sallie of Lancaster visiting Mrs Jno Walker Misses Bettie Henry and Annie Austin of your city visited Miss Susie Sandidge Sunday and Monday Miss Alice Sadler gave party to her many friends Wednesday evening which was highly enjoyed by all pre sentOne of the largest parties of the sea son was given by Mr Elmer Ham at his pleasant home at Teatersville evening Over one hundred guests being present Now is the time when the fowls need the very best of care and protection Frosted combs frozen feet and even frozen birds are among the common occurrences in many poultry yards at this time Why not avoid this 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 and skin diseases like magic 1m Stormes Drug Store Sheep come into market in onethird the time in which cattle can A shep herds profits come in annual divi dends those of the in three years Three is better than one And it is one of the special features of keeping sheep that experience gained is worth a lot of money in the future To insure a happy new year keep ers the famous little pills for and liver troubles 1m Stormes Drug Store j Time X I T ranch in the extreme i northwest corner of the Panhandle of Texas the largest ranch in the world has an area of five thousand square miles Its herds of cattle aggregate 120000 head beside 1500 horses and the calf crop branded in 1897 exceeded SljOOO Surprising as4t all the work on the ranch is done by 125 men one man to every 24000 acres February Ladies Home Journal A Physicia IN A DAY Cincinnati visiting cattle men vigoroustconsti- pation I I mays em I Y have ebeen Friday tee i r k 1t p t4- r y s rLf1 is 00 Jt Itt to to to t 4T Q i1 i1 ci 1Ca1L1 J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Surveyor nil Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO KWOHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally G B SWINEBROAD C D E ROBIXSOX K R S W H LACKEY Sue cessor to Lackey Galley FirsfGiasUTIIT HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN ORGANIZED 1888 invited S IC NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER ITT ITlZElf Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J K HisaiNBOTHAX President LKTTIS Y LXATXLL VIcePresWent B F HUDSON W O BI9MKT WALKBB Cashier Assistant Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JUHlflaiNBOTHAK LEWIS YLRAYBLL J S JOHNSON T M ARNOLD H C ARNOLD J B F HUDSON ALXXGIBBI JJWALXEB JACOB Y ROBIKSOK R KINNAIROS Insurance Agency RepreseBtlB Over asToooooo In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford Qacem ef America B National of Hartfert Pheuix ef Brooklyn Hartford ef Hartford Manchester of England ConnectlcHt of Hartford North British aad Merchant Geravi American of New York Urerpeel Leades and Globe i Talso represent the old reliable New York Life Insurana sJt 10000 C D COMPANY t 1 t Cash aid a i iA r d1R g I spIr 7 I Sft F i at bat I Loalt After Your Fruit Trees The Lexington GazotEc prints the following It Js a pood time to see that what trees you have are In good order welltrimmed up and the va cant places in the orchard filled up Clear out the sod from round your jjwvch trees at least two feet from the trc1 and lill this up with ashes Take some old fcisliicnsd soft soap an1 soap the bodies of the trees and l iesbiiL the unit limbs s Is can hide or wu h the trees with gool si rong soap sues Then rernem her that at best these trees will only last a ixsv years and plant out some othejs to replace them Most friit trees do best when the lirirl is ploughed or stirred between them The writer one saw an pJatited on a hill side about half of it in a garden and in a grass lot At live years of age the garden trees were large and healthy and at least live times as large as the ones in tbc sod But if sod is removed from around the trees and the trees well mulched this would probably make them grow as well as they do in the plowed ground Hemp hurcls are good for mulching hut perhaps not as goodJis old rotten straw for this afterwards makes a better manure for t he land If you are going to plant out an orch ard give our land a thorough plowing with a good subsol plow as ieep as you can and the roots of your Laces will penetrate the subsoil and be out of the way of the plows and cultivators when you cultivate among the trees Thr n your fruit crop will not be cut s uit by a dry season half as much as it otherwise would be After you have spent your money for trees and planted them well dont let the stock get in and browse oil the limbs and break the young tracj to pieces After attending to your fruit trees grape vines and small fruits look after your forest trees put some where you may like to see them and trim up those you have Cut down the thorn trees and hackberrics and other use lass trees and make your place look Then give your wife and daughters a nks little flower gardenand fix it up like y want it and they will do the rest Last but not least lay off a giii large vegetable garden so you an it with your plows and cultivators anti give it good atten HJR l it will be the best acre on th farm It will pay you back some thing1 every time come to the When jou cannot sleep forcoughing take Chamberlains Cough Remedy Italways gives prompt relief Jt is most excellent for colds too as it aids ex pectoration relieves the lungs nnd prevents any tendency toward pneu m For sale lnr R E McRobcitsi Druggists im lIE who pushes good advertising draws trade Wiissr an ad makes a hit flic ad vertiser feels it Commission Merchan- tsGaftleKegs Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI 0 Information regarding live stock cheer fully furnished Consign your stock di reeL to us Pone 73JG where in orchard half and sUJoil it r he nice I the I cultivate nUt mIa I IfU 0 CO17 J I j I S you t able G I 4 f HOHAL N Here is one of those who are either so prej udiced against all ad vertised remedies or have become discour aged at the failure of other medicines to help them and who will of the won Throat and Lung troub les grimdestroyer FoleysHoney c g p t f j VVILSOXS TRIAL r Ics Ui nrtiitl at ihu J Hearing Arcusctl ti c o It ciiuioucl to Ariii LONDON Ivy Jan 27 The trial of E K Wilbon charged with causing death of Miss Mary Cloyd which Tuesday was resumed morning At 0 oclock the com monwealth resumed its testimony Sarah Wyatt a domestic testified to having1 found the instrument and the medicine in Miss Cloyds trunk which the girl hid stated in her dying Wilson had used in performing the operation Dr A C Foster stated that during the month of December Wilson came to him and explained Miss Cloyds condition and requested of the physician a prescription but it was to the doctors room and rnention ing certain instruments aslrccl for the loan of them said he wanted to use them on Miss doyJ Wilson then said that he was going to buy a catheter Dr Xunz druggist of testified to Wilsons buying the catheter This concluded the testi money for the commonwealth Wilson gees to Richmond jail to await the February term of court here OI1E DED THE OTHER DYING Two Iftttucky Farmers Fislit Duel VTith ICuives They Oaarnrliel Ocr a Set tlement of Tobacco Crop JJAUAKnsvniE Ky Jan 31 Whit taker Manns nail Howard Harlan fought a terrible duel with knives in McWilljaius blacksmith shop here Monday morning at 10 oclock The men quarreled over the settlement a crop of tobacco and at a meeting Monday morning agreed to settle it Tijey sprang at each other and in a few minutes were bleeding and ex hausted from stabs and cuts nut their fury was unabated They wait cd a moment and then resumed the combat The second one was to death When it ended Mains vui dead Har hn will die Both vrtro repaetetl faraaeis and lived on adjoining farms hss dcmoastmlcil ten thousand times that it is almost infallible PECULIAR VVEAJiNHSSES and It Las become the leading remedy for this class of exerts the menstrual organs It cures whites and the womb It stops flooding cud relieves sup lltnlnary at begun Wednesday statement sometime refused Two weeks later Wilson wcnt Wilson London o Mt 0 flrh y m1Ul Oll FOR WOMANS i erm ements t strengthening l j Jill thiS a wBarb f r- ELiEj x 1 I i pressed and panfnl rncnstrnation of Life it is the best medicine made It is beneficial during pregnj icy and to homes barren for years It invigorates stimu to all afflicted women will woman suffer another minute With certain relief within reach Wino of Cardui costs 100 per home at your drug store For adrlcf tn casts reqnlriny special ttons addrcxr gMug fyniptmns lime Laiilrs AArtenry rise Co Chattanooga Tcnn Rev J W SMITH Camden S C My wits used Wine cf Cardui at homo for falling of the womb and It entirely i I systeman direr The Call aul 333 tais C3l9brat3i Wa oa at It fully Warranted all ofcliers KindsFarm Machinery Always on Han I Q SG JNESndJ fAll t I j j i I DIGEST YOUR FOOD cent of all eickaesa Is caused IJT food not being properly digested it creates sons and goes your aud then you are is heir to Use Carlstcdts German Liver Powder and watch the results You will feel the good effects after taking one dose Give ita and be Price 25c Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough Just tho Medicine for Children For sale by 11 ji McPvoberts A DAMAGE SUIT Vardfct for SllOCO uvcti the Aclmlnii trators of l tii h JHiXius A aiust the jIj and Rill HEKDEKSOX Ky Feb verdict in one of the hardest fought railroad damage suits on record was arrived at iu the circuit court here Vednesdayt when the administrator of Isaiah Ea Inns was given a judgment for against the Louisville Railroad o for 11030 In January 1S95 Isaiah Bakins in attempting to alight from an L N passenger train at Robards was run over and killed Suit was instituted in May 1S95 asking for 520000 damages Judgment for 15000 was awarded the plaintiff On defendants motion a trial was had at the followingScptem bcr term which resulted in a verdict for 11000 for the rlaintiff j fense then carried the case to the court of appeals which reversed the judgment and sent the case back for a new trial VI1 in Iiml- LOUISVIIIE Ivy Feb 2 Articles incorporating the Pennsylvania Land Co of Louisville Ky were filed Tuesday afternoon in the county clerks office The authorized capital is 550000 divided into 100 shares Headquarters are to be in Louisville and the business is to be buying and improving real estate The stockholders are Charles II Gibson Walter Irwin and B W Taylor oi Louisville three snares each Wood Pittsburgh three shares J T Brooks Pittsburgh five shares Tobacc House Burned PROVIDENCE Ivy Feb 2 One of the largest tobacco houses in this section of the state located at this place and operated by J G Givens was destroy ed by fire It contained 700000 pounds of fine strip tobacco possibly two thirds of this seasons purchase The loss will reach CO000 The origin ol the fire is unknown Seventy hands arc thrown out of employment Tha house and contents were insured Ititli 3Iay Die JIEATTWIILE Ky Jan 31 A trag edy occurred here The principal engaged were John Toler Letcher Vanderpool Rich Toler and Berry Dunigan About 15 shots were fired Berry Dunigan who seems to have been the chief actor in the play made his escape Toler it is thought is mortally wounded and Vanderpool will also probably die A man named Combs was badly wounded After Scott Place II Stone will leave for Thursday to make formal to succeed Senator Scott as of internal revenue If Stone succeeds in lauding the place Got Bradley will have to name Stones successor to serve until next January It is probable tbat Congressman Evans of Louisville will oppose Stone for the commissionership Ioyd Fatal Mistake LOUISVILLE Ky Jan 27 Brent aged 11 years accidentally shot himself through the temple Wednes lay night The boy was playing with a revolver which he did not know was loaded Placing it to his temple he pulled the trigger and fell a corpse The loy lived with his parents at 510 East Walnut street Geen Goods 31n Convicted Ky Tan 2S Ted Ian of Morganfield who has been on trial for two lays in the United States court here was Thursday found guilty of sending green goods circulars through the mails Everett Jolly for misap propriating post office funds was to two years in the Columbus 0 penitentiary Joy is highly LEXIXGTOX Ky Jan 28 lion James n Mulligan and Hon jL C Al ford of the Lexington Encampment bureau returned IrOns Washington Thursday According to their report Lexington will lilcely be one of the places selected for recuperating camps of the army now in service in Cuba and Porto Rico Po stifled by Illackhrrics Kj Jan SI Stephen Moore wife and four children are lying in a critical condition at their home near Pittsburg poisoned by eating canned blackberries Mr Moore is not expected to live but the others are convalescent BInsLOUISVILLE Ky Jan 20 Capt and First Assistant Surgeon Ellis Duncan 1st regiment Kentucky who served throughout the campaign In Porto Rico has tendered his resign from the army Hinkrnpc FRAXKFOKT Ky Jan 29 The fol lowing voluntary petitions in were filed Friday J L Eblin Shelby county liabilities S3773 asset 845 W E Gilkcson of Versailles 81871 assets 587 A 3iiln r- LEXESQTOJT Ky Jan W ODll the commission broker is still absent from this city and his are uneasy One of them has at tached the office fixtures of ODellV firm and others have gone to Cincin nati to look for themissing broker Baby lu a Trunk Jan Kings Mills J R Culver found a newborn white boy baby in a small trunk on bis back The child was sent to the for the present u I r liable to almost any the human I I 0 Ill 2A I I damages Nashville I I newt The t I I selling Jos tLarge parties Ky Jan 27 tate tutorS Washington application commissioner Walter OWlss ono sentenced connected A It Camp LoNDoN Capt lunteers tIOU bankrupt y liabilities 28J HENDEI SON Ky 27At porch count 4 I pol disease Dst FIIANIrFORT A len cuprating Ellis asses customers a 5l A L An Investigation Miido of the Suspected at Canlovt Ironoaic d Hereditary Cancer WILLIAMSTOWN Ky Jan 28 Ai in has just been made into an alleged ease of Asiatic leprosy which was said to exist at Cordova a village ten miles from here While the in physician has reported that it is a case of hereditary cancer and not leprosy the people of the county are still terribly excited County Judge Westovcr ordered an investi gation to be made by Dr C D OHaia lie reported that he found tho suspected case in the family of Mr H Martin lie found one child with its face so disfigured ty an eruption that its features were scarcely distinguish able AnotheiNmernber was disfigured by a large protuberance on the left side of the head TIe pronounced these to be due to hereditary cancer and not leprosy The disease has first appeared in the form of spots on the skin which developed into eruptions and this caused the report of leprosy FROZEN TO DEATH The Study of Mrs Emma Mor phine Fiend Found In tho lljcU Yard of Her Resilience EUSSELXVIIIE Ky Jan 31 Mrs Emma Border a morphine fiend was found dead in the back yard of her residence at 9 oclock Sunday morning She was not missed until morning and her people thought she was in her room all night When found she was frozen stiff It is supposed that sho took an overdose of morphine and when the stupor came over her she was unable to get back to the house She had sold nearly everything in her house and nearly all of her clothing in order to get money to buy mbrphini with She was a complete wrcclr Mrs Dorger was the wife of a prominent lawyer of Kansas but they had together for some years Jo Dancer of a Smallpox EpMpmle LOUISVILLE Jan 31 There now 32 genuine cases of smallpox in the Eruptive hospital here All the patients are Negroes and the health officer says that there is no danger of an epidemic It is thought that all of it was brought from Cincinnati No fatalities are anticipated but great precautions arc being taken to prevent a spread of the disease The guard of police about the city hall is being con One new case was discovered Monday morning in the city halL Hidden Monty Found IIARRODSIJUKG Ky Jan 81 John Leonard is in possession of between 54000 and 53000 in gold and silver buried during the civil war by his fatherinlaw John Scofield It was found on the Scofield farm in an old rotten wooden box about three feet under ground Azed Couple Mirried BKXTON Ky Jan marriage of the oldest couple ever wedded in the county has just taken place They are A llart aged 75 and Fannie Edwards aged 75 This is the second time the groom has been married and the third time for the bride Distillery Sold VERSAILLES Ky Jan 31 The Sel lers distillery plant one of the oldest whisky distilleries in Kentucky was sold Monday by Zach T Sellers to Joseph S McDonald for 50500 Killed Ky Dynimltp LOUISA Ky Jan 31 Charles employed on the construction force of a gas pipe line through this section was killed by a discharge of dynamite lIe was holding 11 sticks of the powerful explosive in his and they were accidently exploded Iii Leaf Tobacc Deal GunNy Ky Jan 30 A gigantic deal in leaf tobacco was effected here in which the Continental Tobacco Co of F S Stucy 513000 pounds at prices better than on the market There are 428 hogsheads in the lot The Mretinjr Postponed LOUISVILLE Ky Jan 31 The of the populist state executive committee has been postponed from February 1 to February 27 on account of the inability of members to attend SiUencrd To the lei For L fe DAXVILIE Ky Jan 30 James Smith the NegiSvwho killed William Gilbert also colored at Junction City over 25 cents was Saturday morning sentenced to the pemtcntiarv for life I loT Cass I I I f a I ar 31The near Versailles Martin hand purchased meeting f vest vest I liv tin S igatiosa igating J1orer noted Icy ued Rheumatism Rheumatism often causes the most in tense suffering Many have for years vainly sought from this disabling und are worse off than ever Rheumatism is a blood disease and Swifts Specific is the only cure it is which can reach such deepseated diseases A few years ago I was taken with Rheumatism which became so Intense that I was for weeks unable to walk I tried several prominent physl fiK clans and took their treat ment faithfully but was unable to get the slight est relief In fact my coil dition seemed to c oxI worse the disease spread over my en tire body and from November to March jpk I suffered I tried many patent medicines t I but none me n P H 9 Upon the n d v of a friend I welded to B S S Before allowing me to take it how ever my guardian who was a chemist ana the and pronounced it free of potash or mercury I felt so much better after taking two that I continued the rem eely and in two months I was cured completely The cure was for 1 Have never touch of Rheumatism though many times exposed to and cold weather ELEANOR M TIPPELL 8711 Powelton Avenue Philadelphia Dont suffer longer with Rheumatism Throw aside your oils and liniments aa they reach your trouble Dont experiment with doctors their potash and mercury will add to your disabil I I I because I inflammatory I 7 2 ice cannot digestion ly h 1 5 sease v I b 1i fr 7 tr zed sine- ad sssI or The a IIIU will cure perfectly and permanently t is guaranteed purely vegetable and ontains no mercury or other mineral Books mailed free by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga Duiiey Dcard E Ci- iFUAXKFORT Ky Feb 2 The court of appeals rendered a decision in the Fleming county election contest in which the office of county clerk was in dispute George Dudley dem the present incumbent wins the court holding that he obtained majority of three votes out of a total of about 3800 E H Kenner rep who Dudley was the contestant Prisms Kscxpe Jill CYNTIIIAXA Ky Feb 2 Five pri oners escaped from the county jail Tuesday night abottt 11 oclock by rais ing a large stone in the floor and out through the cellar Richard Dunn who was captured in Cincinnati about a month ago for robbing tha safe at the L N depot this city is among the escaped prisoners Sue Hi Mirrtr rrO- WEXSBOKO Ky Feb 2 Mrs Lizzie Logsden widow of Joe Logsden who was killed last Saturday by Bryan Tay lor has entered suit for 5000 damage against the murderer Taylor waived examination Tuesday morning and his attorneys slid not ask for baiL He will claim selfdefense LAWKEXCKBUKQ Ky Feb 2 Th coldest weather of the season has pre vailed throughout this section for the past 24 hours The snow is from 10 to 12 in ies deep and has drifted The then oineter registered four 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