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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f M52 NINTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster a Second Class Matter IL v 0 ii 4 SC b f t Cftfut ttorKy NUMB R43 rR qwh V r arVW i y4N 1 F4t iR F yr r PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Cor Public Square and Dauvilic Avenue 41 Steel hatchet v 2 e 14 qt Dish Pan 150 C il 5m kct Sjovcl 170 TeiS t 3 pieces 9Sc Wash B iwl Pitcher 550 Seel SkilU igt 01 Heating Stoves 4 50 4Cap Wood and Coal Stove 43 pieces ware i J R HASELDEN Col W G Welch Stanford W I Williams Lancaster WELCH WilLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly BJG A INS 0 combined S i 1t I 1 BEAZLEYBAUGHMAfl FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furnitures Carpets c Lancaster Ky 1J T 7 f T t k- f I r 1 fr r rf ir M LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY IO 1899 S LOCAL HAPPENINGSS5i- mmmmmmmUUil miUJlLmmmmjiimiumjlUll mmmmmnrnrnrmnrmnri cnrmi mtr ttnrmnnnrnr 1ll Fresh oysters daily at 0 S Guno The Masonic lodge mats Monday A fine assortment ofLad r Muslin Tndcnvcur at Josephs Prettiest Ginghams ever shown in Lancaster J The City Council met Monday nght iut nothing of importance was done will please call and get their Xbw Years gift Valentine lay next Tuesday This office is usually favored with something like a carload of the comic kind For The store room in the Thompson block on Richmone streetJ Didnt See It The groundhog didnt see hisshadow in this section Some claim he did but if so he must have carried a As soon as the weather permits work will be commenced on the opera house and hotel This will furnish work for many hands Cure For La Grippe Foleys Honey and Tar heals the lungs and cures the racking Cough to la grippe and prevent It is guaranteed 25c and 50c For Sale or Sent My eight room Dwelling House on Campbell street Lancaster Ky given 1st day of January 18D9 Address I C Rucker Paint LickKy Another Building We were told on the quiet ofanoth er building to be erected in the spring It will be on the Scott lot and upto date in every way The parties could not bd seen but we will tell you about it in next issue mabe Not in the Papers A Lexington man advertises a lot of good Kentucky whisky to exchange for business property There are a number of Lexington people good property for whisky but they are not advertising that fact except through the medium of their noses Winchester Democrat Bargains in Clock1 at Thompson J night Joseph Sbo1y ind b to G R Rent lantern usual pneumonia Possession orother exchanging I Eve ed G inc jar tf J Sinoc tip ProctnrKnott cigar Sl2igih hi In order this this swk did niuci damage to telephone Ii e We arj Ixjtft3r prepared than ever to sill you carpets J A Beazley Co Clover Timuthy lihi Grass Orch ad Uras ad Seed 0 its at V Following is a scheduli of the prices at the rink General admission lOc Skates The A Ccottage Baldwin piano Good as new S B Henry tf Bob Anderson a colored man well known about Lancaster died in Dan ville and was buried here Monday Give V a Trial Come and see our pretty letterheads and envelopes We print them neatly and cheap The ladies delighted with Jo sephs Colored and White Piques J Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick and positive relief in all cases 1m C C J E Stormes The attendance at the Graded School has nept up remarkably well during the extreme weather The pupils are working hard and mean business Bran and 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 Mrs Jane Smith died Saturday at her home on the Danville pike near town and was buried in the Fork She was eightyfour years old and a good Christian woman Exchange Potts Bros have established an ex change at the residence of Mrs Cunninghams on Depot street mid will keep on hand flour meal shipstuff etc to exchange for wheat They will erect a large builbing within the next few weeks iw Not ll J lH1gt has been dune ly sle lj outs A i tt I I 1 1 1 Sale line r Sldp tuff Ihave on Smith 3 benn au the t havv C ii For Upright are cemetery GREAT CUT PRICE SALE We are compelled to close out our Fall and Winter stock in order to make room for our IMMENSE SPRING STOCK which we have already bought We bought largely for Spring need money to discount our spring bills There fore you can buy Suits Overcoats V Heavy Scots v Shoes H ai Manufactures Pries We need Room We Wean Money Come V and see how Cheap you can buy goods of us LOGAN ROBINSON A k 1 ffAta ta fA f f 7f YCfT f t have i o j 1 4f and D 4 O r4 Q f f eJ i i F q r r c r- c Q ti i t 7 The Hotel and Opera House For the past week the Hotel and Mr Ryan the architect have had tlieir heads together comple ting plans and specifications for the hotel and opera house The drawings are made on sheets about four feet square and are as neat work as we ever saw The accompanying cut is a fair picture of the new building though a few small changes have been made since the cut was cast Else where in THE RECORD will be found articles of incorporation of the hotel company Everything is now com plete and as soon as the weather will permit work of digging cellars and foundation will be commenced The building will front the Pub lic Square 90 feet on Richmond street 100 feet on the alley 120 feet and 126 feet to the livery stable lot The first floor on Public Square will con tain the hotel office which will be 48x 37 feet On the corner will be a 38x25 feet and another 22x44 on the other side of office next to McRoberts store The office will have a rift floor and plate glass front In second story of hotel will be the dining room and ordinary which will be when thrown into one room 24x47 The ladies parlor will al so be located here and is to be 23x30 are also located on this floor The third story will have a large sample room and bed rooms In all there will be about twentythree bed rooms The interior finish is to be of select Georgia pine finished in hard Company on storeroom storeroom Bedrooms next oil the plastering New Acme and mantles of oak The office ladies par lor and dining rooms are to have Bos ton and Philadelphia pressed brick mantles store fronts all of plate glass Front will be of Chattanooga pressed brick and Bedford or Bowling Green stone A basement will be made un der hotel loh and store room on right of it This will have concrete floors and be finished iip nicely The opera house will front on Rich mond street The lobby will be 14x31 with store rooms or offices on either side 16x23 Bath rooms will be made back of one of these and ticket office in rear of the other The auditorium will be 47x55 with seating capacity of 400 The stage is to be 37x48 and or chestra pit 4x26 The dressing rooms closets etc will be built under the stage and on either side of stage will be large boxes The balcony will seat 250 people and will be fitted up with the same chairs as the auditorium The scenery will be made to draw up into a rigging loft the latter being 45 feet from stage floor to top A ninetybarrelcapacity galvanized iron tank will be located in the build ing to use in flushing closets and oth er similar purposes Two immense furnaces will heat both opera house and hotel The entire building will be lighted by electricity and the com pany will put in dynamo of its own The contract stipulates that the buildings are to be completed by oct next I tober 1 Miller Hotel which Burned January 1 1895 Pretty Hosiery at Joseph A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy to the smoker See the Cooking Range to be given away at Josephs Carpets in therollJ Beazley Co Clover Timothy Blue grass seed cheap at T Curreys New stock of composition books and tablets at Thompsons G S Gaines will buy all the corn he can get at 125 a barrel payable in any goods he handles Roller Skating Tonight The rink is growing popular and a big crowd attends every night A line of dump carts filing into the burned district will be a sight that make every citizen feel good Fancy Dress postponed until tomorrow Friday night The town clock has been resting for several days Ice forms on the big hands and It is impossible for Beddow to get to them The timepiece is greatly missed when not running The coal dealers have had a harvest this winter They have kept plenty of black diamonds in stock and little o no trouble has been experienced from scrcity To Close Oat Ji B Jennings ha decided to close out his stock of goods and retire from the mercantile business in this He tells in his big ad on page 4 this issue of the bargains he is Improvement Goes OH Notwithstanding the miserable weather thosection men are working hard fixing up the K C track New ties and ballast are being worked in along the entire Rowland branch and by summer the road will be in order publi spirited thefancy city I llrstcl I S No Time offering t ads Valentines at THOMPSONS Jim Dillon asks THE RECORD to say an important meeting of the G A R will be held Saturday at 2 o clock Buisiness of importance Circuit court will be held here again next month Clerk Hamilton says it promises to be dry picking for the and lawyers Carey Mullins THE RECORDS engi neer has about recovered a spell of pneumonia but is unable to get about on account of the bad weather fNo NIsnt Services Until futher notice Dr McKee will not preach Sunday night but hold services for young people older ones too at 2 oclock in the afternoon These services will be concluded in ample time for those so desiring to attend the Y M C A See IfThey Worked The cold weather has been very severe on some colored people about f own There are several cases worthy of help but as a rule the ones begging loaf all through the summer and never do work of any kind It is a good plan to make inquiries before given money or other assistance these days Now is a mighty good time for the young men to attend the Bryant Stratton Business College in Boys who expect to learn busi ness methods can notaccomplish their object in a better way than taking a term at school Learn a business boys then you have something no one can take from you Write Bryant Stratton for particulars and rates New Boiler The electric light company has received a large new which will be placed alongside the present one It is to be used in case of a break in the other boier The company is entitled to much praise for the excellent service they are rendering the town The plant is one of the greatest blessings the town has ever had c GAR officers Go Now Louisville boiler t f fi l l1 tZ from this S All those indebted to the Graded School for taxes or tuition will please settle same at once The School run without money to pay for teachers and fuel E W Harris Tres Comes Handy The delivery wagons run by Lancas ter grocerymen great They deliver anything from a pound of soap to a barrel or sugar Maj Jim Burnside wholives in the outer edge of town about a mile goes to a store in bad weather buys a box of matches or cake of soap and then rides home in the wagon Pretty slick trick New Engine Engineer Henry Lammers of the K C has been given a new engine and is as proud as a hen with one chicken Mr Lammers is one of the most careful and capable enginmen on the road and seldom has an accident with his train Conductor Phil Price says he will soon have his new coaches then pnt on as much style as Lammers does in his new engine Publication Day Changed Col Walton has changed the time of issue of the Stanford Journal and that newsy sheet is now printed Tuesday and Friday mornings The clever publisher enjoys the undivided support of his entire county to gether with a big lift from all over Central Kentuc ky Having learned to read in tin Journal we delighs in its prosperity It is one of the few country papers that cover the entire news field Colored A M E Church Rev A L Guthrie the pastor has been carrying on a series of meetings at the above named church Rev R G Montague an evangelist of the Danville district is helping in the meeting and is a good preacher and a fine singer Rev W E Spillman of Junction City has been here helping in the meeting He is worthy to hear There has been sixteen or seventeen additions to the church The may close February 19th Colored Kecralt The War Department has wired Lt W T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ky to enlist for and former cellent opportunity for young colored ry regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W T MOtf Main St Lexington Ky Notice cannot are a convenience 5 cents and can meeting cOloredap service sending the to FortGrant glassArmyRecruit JO TERM OF SUBSTRIPTI 100 per year in Adnatce OUR LINES OF SPRING CORSETS ARE NOW COMING IN We carry several leading brands so we are able to give you good lines to select from We have the Short Medium and Long Lengths and when it comes to valuse WE Cannot lie Surpassed9 We buy direct from the manufacturers and in that way get Good Reliable Goods that will give satisfaction LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY l TIlE e I Y M C A Buisness meeting tonight Next Sunday afternoon the meeting will begin promptly at 315 About 90 or 100 old and young men were on hand Sunday afternoon Thats good By all means go to the buisnoss meeting That is the place to make suggestions All ministers in town preached on the Y 31 C A Sunday except Prof Ellett who will discuss the subject next Sunday Prof Elletts address Sunday was greatly enjoyed He is well posted on matters of this kind and a hearty supporter of the cause All the ministers are expected to be preseent next Sunday afternoon and take part in the exercises They will also be asked to say something on the subject for discussion If you want to do something for the religion you profess to have lend a hand to this work Nows the time to show whether you are a genuin or a dress parade Christian No regular address will be delivered next Sabbath afternoon but members will be expected to say something on the subject How will theYM C A benefit Lancaster It is hoped all members will be present that no appeal for aid has been made a number of citizens have offered assistance We firmly belive the building will be erected Theres one thing certain the organization well not last long if the association hasnt a home of its own Renting rooms have proven disastrous in many neighboring towns Big Contract Mr Ryan yesterday made a contract with Lancaster Planing Mill for one hundred thousand feet of lumber to be used in the new hotel The Lancaster mills are thoroughly equiped to handle such large orders and will have the stuff ready when needed This order with others now on hand will keep the mill machinery humming for to come afternoon growbrighter substantial sometime MARDI rnes at New Orleans and Mobile QUEEN CRESCENT Route limited ped with elegance on fast time One fare round trains equips trip iron Cincinnati and the North on sale dally Feb 6 to 13 good to retain Also to Birmingham Ala on same Dates 11 and 12rew C KINKABSOH 6m fta Asn Cincinnati O cr vnv tickets snail Feb 28 Gras I J 01 t f corning Feb 17 S l1 TzJs i CENTRAL RECORD XVXKT WEKK BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY i 7aL iIo LO urs Jr PurUsherTJANDRA mPal t ONKYVARIH APVAHCE Sri MONTHS W 25 1 Tans F3IDAY February 1C 1899 Tn who said politics is hell was both truthful and epi gi amie but hell is of vast geographic dimensions and picturesque possibili It depends upon the point of Heaven being described in the political vernacular as oflice the hell become simple and easy Henry Watterson AFTER a disgusting wrangle and de lay the Senate ratified the peace trea ty by a vote of 57 to 27 one more than the necessary twothirds majority The Vest amendment to guarantee the same treatment to the Filipenos that is to b given the Cubans was voted down The average blockhead at Washington does not paw the airrant and rage over questions because he thinks lies on the right side but sin ply to his name in the papers advertising A WASHINGTON special says Hun John S Rhea of the Third is gratified over the big appropriation he secured for Green river thetota be log 8 00 The amount is all that he asked for and is tli3 maximum suns estimated by the engineering corps to finish all the improvements in that stream which though project ed several years ago have been lag gj r for sonic time for want of an printIon These improvements will m e Green river navigable as high uj Mammoth Cave Mr Rhea is a WJ el horse and generally gets what he oes after nn Filipenos made an attack upon the American soldiers at Manila Sun da Sharp lighting resulted which the old bulldog Dewey loose his guns The loss of life to na yes was great thousands being kil wl wounded or drowned in a river vh ie trying to escape The American los was onlya few killed soil probably om Innulred wounded The murder ous attack was promptly repulsed by Uncle Sams boys and it is believed the insurgents will hold off for a while Their foolish break has let down the hers now and the Americans should strike while the iron is hot It is per clear they will have to be whip ped into submission and the sooner it lone the better Tin remarks of lion Bob Taylor nude on retiring as governor of Ten have been more widely quoted by the newspapers than has any speech delivered in recent years Here are a fev extracts 1 am about to shufile off this mor taT coil of politics and fly away to the lit ven of my native mountains I may t niiilc and dream in peace safe from the sickening sting of unjust crticisni safe from the old political vulture safe from the slimy kiss the keen dagger of in giatituue I do not mean to say that ah politicians are vultures or that trey arc all or assassins great majority of our public men ai upright and honest and worthy of thi confidence reposed in them by the there arc black wings in political firmament and reptiles r i mid hiss in Capitol But thank God the live thunders of truth always clear the atmosphere anal the heel of justice will iurcly bruise the serpents head I do not retire from this office with the rankling of disappointment and chagrin in my bosom but rather as one who retires from labor to rest Jrom war to peace from trouble to happiness 1 do not retire the nambulist of a shattered dream but with all the buds of hope bursting bloom and all the bowers of the ringing with melody 1 am con tented with my lot in life Three tines 1 worn the laurel wreath of houor twined by the people of my nalive and that is glory enough for me AVhilc 1 believe that the good of politics outweighs the bad yet how th is the and how unhappy th pilgrimage to him who dares to do lilt duty are no ilowers except a w bmquels snatched from the gn yes of fallen fops there is no except the transient thrill en 1 triumph which passes like uhr low acrww the henrt Every honest man who runs for is a candidate for trouble for the fruts of political victory turn to aslic on the lips To mo there is nothing in this world so pathetic as a caruiid ate lie is like a mariner without i cot pass drifting on the tempesttoss ed waves of uncertainty between the smiling cliffs of hope the frowning crajs of fear He is a peti tion and a living prayer he is the of public sentiment he is the dromedary of politics And even if le reaches the goal of his ambition he will soon feel the beak of the volt ure in his heart and the fang of the in his soul no Innger a Never again will 1 bo in A Pfiysician23 i Can Prescribe i Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH Price 25 SOc R E McKoberts ntuckian politic l g t Inc district IS turned fe tly n talons forth th every eternal into future late hat office pac lJorse Ill IN A DAY fJ f I l ties visa definition of a- pr I See 1te ICof sun vet sot Slats ire serf ent can lidato ali s F 4fht t re t oft of my lunnblij public riirsar now rests on the Ararat of life and I stand tin its peaceful samniit and look down on the receding Hood of politics The dove of my dv i iny leas brought ma an olive branch freui bappier fields and I go hence to labor arid to love I take with me a heart full of grot itude and a soul full of precious ories gratitude to the people for their unwavering in me prec ious memories of my friends who have been kind and true It only remains for me to bid you all an affeo tionaty and final farewell and to ex the prayer that the Christ who for love and mercys sake will guide our chief executive and all who shall follow him in the paths of peace and love and baptize them with the spirit of mercy farewell Turning to Mr McMillin Gov Tar lor said And now Benton McMillin you have given your hand and heart to Tennessee pronounce you man and wife and may God Almighty have mercy on your souls To change the figure Hobson sank the Merimac but Tennessee now has a Merimac that proudly floats on the billows and can not bo sunk our own Benton McMil For aGrippe Thomas Whitlicld Co Vabasliav corner Jaclisonst one Chicagos oldest and most prominent druggist recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy for la grippe as it not only gives a prompt and complete relief but also counteracts any of la grippe to result in pneu mouia For sale by J E McKoberts 1m BRYANTSVILLE S S Dickerson sold a nice horse price 123 Jeff Dunn made a business trip to Lexington this week Miss Dunn began a select school in this place last Monday The health in this community is quite good at this writing except a few cases of grip T B Leavell sold some horse stock in at the sale stable and re alized reasonable prices for them Dr Allen tilled his regular appoint ingot at Pleasant Grove Sunday not withstanding the disagreeable day vicinity is main visited by a heavy sleet which interferes with our telephone line running to your town AVe hope it will be repaired soon Herman Frazee visited friends in Xichoiasville Sunday Geo Spil man of Danville of the firm of Spil man Anderson visited his mother Sunday B F Jennings visited rel staves in Paint Lick this week Mr Zan Adam and wife of this vicinity have gone UTFlorida to spend the remnant of the winter Sam Hasel den visited here Sunday Thcsinallest things may exert the greatest influence De Witts Little Early Risers are unequalled for constipation and liver trouble Small pill best pill safe pill Stormes Drug Store PAINT LICK There will bs preaching Mt Tabor Sunday Messrs Thump and Burdett Ram sey attended the sale in Danville last weekR L Jennings one of our merchants visited Danville Sun day Miss Estelle is visiting friends and relatives in Richmond B F Jcnning of Brjantsville visited Mr G T Ballard and wife the latter part of last week Miss Amanda Anderson one of Garrard best school teachers visited Mrs 13 M Lear this week we are very glad to have Miss Anderson back with us agxin She will begin school at this place Mon day Dr C E Poyntz is expecting a visit to Lancaster Thursday Miss Alma Lear has had a slight attack of la gridpe Mrs X Waits the chap tutus wife is very sick this week We are very glad to have Joe McCorujack home again ITe has been very sick with la grippe since he came home 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 1m Stormes Drug Store MT HEBRON Miss Ida Duncan is guise sick at this writing c Mr G A Bruce is confined to his room with grippe Mrs Thomas Hasty is very low at this writing Mr James Rains and family have moved to their dwelling at Bourne A few of the farmers seem to be a little scared about the wheat crops Mrs Peachie Grow is visiting her mother Mir Rcbeca Scott who is very sick Miss Maggie Montgomery is with her cousin Mrs Minnie Dennie at Burgir Mr J T Jackson entertained a few of his friends at a soil last Tuesday evening Mr Perry Shropshire of Lexington was in this vicinity on a buisness trip Saturday and delivered an address as singing school in favor of the A S An Honest Ztlcdlcinn for La Grippe George W Watt of South Gardiner Me says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have used one bottle and the chills cold and grip have left me Icongrat ulate the manufacturers of an honest medicine For sale by R E McRob j erts Ijn u memo n e press died tendency Danville lOur overcoming prominent I cured P profit 50 cent l are tint 24 t little Pot ntrz V 1 n k a PREACHERS VI LLE- i I John Cress bought of Jas Rogers a heifer for 2060 J C Fox bought of J Jloltzclaw sven hogs fur 3c James Rogers bought of Sam Bal lard three calves for 56 J II Thompson bought of W A Lambert six hogs for 320 Mrs James Lawrence is in a very critical condition at this time Elmore Holtzclaw has bought the Adkins house and lot for 151 J L Hutchinsspld to Frank Thomp son four calves for 13 per head Mrs Green has opened a school at the school house Drs Brown and OBannon of performed an operation on Mrs Debord Sunday removing a tumor from her face W P made aflying trip to Corbin last week Rev W M C Hutchins visiting home folks Barbourville the first of the week Mrs Bryant Ballard is visiting at PAul Perry of Columbus Ga suf fered agony for thirty years and cured his Piles by using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals injuries and skin diseases like magic 1m Stormes Drug Store SWEENEY S Morgan sold to J C Siler 27 head of hogs and 7 heRd of cattle S Morgan has fifty thousand shing les for sale at R A Stones in Lancas ter Miss Wadie Thomyson who is very sick we are sorry to sty is no better at this writing Miss Mary Morgan has reaurned to her home in Strnford Mr Clyde McCarty the charming visitor or Mr W II Furs of Flat Wood was in our vicinity sunray to bid his best girl good bye before returning to his home in Gospost Indiana Thos Land of Salem Indiana spent Wednesday with his neice Mrs O B Perkins of this place Miss Hallie is attending school Jrcachersville The social given in hohor of Miss Lena Rogers of Lancaster at Mr and Mrs J L Loners Saturday night was quite an enjoyable affair Those present were Miss Rebecca Williams Annie Williams Lena and Jennie Rogers Emma Cox Minnie Harvey Nannie Anderson Fannie Austin Messers Jas Arnold Parish and Nolan Mahan George Williams Ed Thurman Jas Jackson Bruce A mold John Hicks Hyatsville was well represented by a Brown eyed Boy and Girl All a Delightful time FLATWOOD We are having some very weather just now Mr Wm Lunchford has commenced a singing School at Good Hope Church Mr Jake Clouse sole two cows and a calf to Mr Lntes of Lexington for 75 00 Mr Clyde McCarty who has been visiting his Aunt Mrs W II Furr has returned to his homo Gorport In diana Mr J C Fox sold his wheat to Parties of Danville for 73c per bushel also Mr Milton Grayspn sold his to Mr Doty for bets Mr Win Coldiron and son have gone to the Monntians to buy cattle also Mr Tames Coldiron and Mr James Baker started Monday last The greatest danger from La Grippe is of its resulting in pneumonia If is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have fhis remedy for 1a grippe we have to learn pf a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that this remedy is a eertqin preventive of that dangerous disease It will cure la grippe in less time than treatment It is pleasant and and safe to take For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Rev Father Brossart of the Coving ton Diocese has completed negotiation for the loan of 25000 from an Eastern firm which will be used in completing the new Cathedral in Covington The plan for raising the money is a novel one A number of young people bentween the ages of twentyone and twentysix have taken out twentyyear endowment life insurance polices the paying all premiums Ifany of the policy holders die within twenty years the insurance on their lives goes towards the payment ofthe churcdebt Those thatoutlive the twentyyears the endowment goes to the church The chvrch proi e ty stands as security for the payment of premiums Ex She Deadly Grip Is again Abroad in the land The air you breathe may be full of fatal Dont neglect the Grip or you will open the door to Pneumonia and Consumption and invite death Its sure signs are chills with fever headache dull heavy pains mucous discharges from the nose sore throat and neverletgo Dont waste precious time treating this cough with troches tablets or poor cheap syrups Cure it at once with Dr Kings New Discovery the infallible remedy for bronchial troubles It kills the germs heals the lungs and pre vents the dreaded after effects from the malady Price 50 cts and 81CO j Money back if not cured A trial hot tie free at R E McRoberts Drug Store 1m s r t I I I I subscription Stanford Durham was t Elf Bro report disagreeable Dangers OC1hc Grip I reasonablecare Plait church its j JJgh disease o a the ltl us another 4a- Norel germs I PrY I edt Y Save Your Corn for me I will give S150 per barrel for 1000 to 2000 barrels of corn delivered in March or April 1899 JNO W MILLER Mgr Pilgrimage Distillery Co Apples of the best quality are advan cing in price range of values is wide according to quality all the way from 250 to 550 in eastern prices Good fruit is selling high in Chicago Greenings Baldwins Jonathans and Northern Spies sell best Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best cough cure for children Stormes Drug Store Experiments conducted in Germany with night cows show that when milk ed four times a day they gave an of 536 per cent in the yield of fat but only 44 in the yield milk and 65 per cent in the yields of solids not fat over milking twice a day Corn has been in sympathy with other cereals and has advanced going to 38sc on Wednesday and 39jc on Friday closing c on Saturday Receipts were 5766000 bushels the visible supply 2699000 bushels yet there is little expectation of overstocking the markets Mr S A Fackler Editor of the Micanopy Fla Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly from La Grippe One Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that helped them It acted quickly Thousands of others use this remedy as aspecific for La Grippe and its exhausting aftereffects 1m Stormes Drug Store There is quite an excitement in Michigan over sugar beets The far mers near Bay City are delighted with their receipts for beets the past sea son and two new factories are con templated and others in different in the State one large one by the Detroit SugarCompany 50000 to 75000 tons of beets Wo have bred too much on the util itarian theory that any horse is a beauty that can go fast and here with plenty of them that cannot go fast and have no other quality on earth to recommend them The above from the Horse Fancier is in structive to farmers who want to breed to suit the market There are estimated to be 35671914 sheep in tIle United States The wool of 110000000 sheep is required tpnieet the annual consumptive demand in the United States and therefore the Americans will have to increase their flocks by 74328086 sheep before they will be in position to supply the home demand for wool Those are dangerous times for the health Croup colds and tlrojit 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 like it gtqrines Drug Store 1m The Danville Advocate says Spptt Hudson was over from Lexington at tending the horse sale He says he is getting ready for another long cam paign this summer Scott says there is a great searcity of young trotting stock of the right sort and that prom ising animals bred in speed lines are now commanding good prices The for horses is not very active at this time though confidence in future values is high There js nn usual interest in breeding especially with reference to the export trade Foreign demand for American horses has been steadily developing for many years There are few horses imported of late the supply of the best strains of foreign blood is very good The standstill in numbers of horses forsev oral yezjrs reported decrease for a short peripd is evidently at an end and numbers will advance again The Harrodsburg Democrat says Jno S Robinson one of Mercers lead ing farmers and stock raisers went to Louisville Monday to buy a car load of cattle He says but few cattle are left in the county He was asked why he was going to the city rather than some adjoining county to purchase the ho wished His reply was that likely he could purchase them as cheap per pound closer home but that the cattle in the stock pens had doubtless lead little or nothing to eat for two or three days and if he should buy thro the county he might get caught by farmers who slop their cattle and salt them before weighing La Grippe is again1 epidemic Every precaution should be taken to avoid it Its specific One Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd Agricultural Journal and Elden Mo says No one will be disappointed in using one Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe Pleasant to take quick to act Ira Stormes Drug Store Last week was one of excitement the wheat market Wheat an ob ject of unusual interest in New York and later in Chicago great activity prevailed On Wednesday the May option reached 75c from 70 78c the previous Wednesday and on Friday it touched 78ic Saturday at closing it was 77 c It wits felt that prices had not been high enough in view of available supplies whatever these may be in the future when the sur rG Y The increase percent lot at increasing locations to consume market cattle is Publisher advertiser n ware cure i was 4 Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes Sour Stomach sad Summer Complaints rice 25 Cents L I DIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety per cent of all sickness Is caused b sons and goes your blood and then yon Powder and watch the results You will feel the good effects after one dose Give ita be convinced Price 25c Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Curse Your Cough Medicine for Children For sate by R E McRoberts plus from the Argentines and Russia may come in Receipts were 4 336000 bushels last week against 4 previous week and 2231000 last year The visible supply is now 28273000 bushels an increase of 338 000 bushels The receipts of 30 weeks ari the largest with one exception in ten years 197782000 bushels against 206745000 in 189293 The great wheat year was 1891 but receipts of 30 weeks in 189192 were only 184057000 as a considerable quantity was holdback that season to swell the movement of the next This helped so sustain pri ces for a few months only to depress them afterwards for two years To insure a happy new year keep the liver clear and the body vigorous by using De Witts Little Early Ris ers the famous little pills for consti pation and liver troubles 1m Stormes Drug Store Notice is hereby given that the fob lowing corporation has been organized articles signed and acknowledged and recor in the of the Garrard Court Its name is The Lancaster Hotel Company Its place of business is rent Its amount of capital stock is 3000 divided into thirty shares of 100 each Names of stock holders William Herndon John E Stormes William H Kinniard J B Kinniard R Kin niard J C Hemphill J C Thompson Margaret Gill H T Logan and John M Farra Its affairs are to be con ducted by the stock holders all to whom are directors with a president secretary and treasurer It is to com mence business January 10th 18Q9 Maximum indebtedness 20000 The private property of stock holders is ex empt from corporate debts Stock paid in J E Stormes President J B Kinniard Secretary The White Mans Burden Copyright 1899 by Rudyard Kipling All up the white Mains burden breed Go bind sons exile To serve your captives need To watt in heavy harness On fluttered and wild peoplesHalf Take the White Mans burden In patience to abide To the threat of terror The savage wars of peace And bid the sickness cease And when your goal is nearest The end for others Watch sloth and heathen folly Bring all your hope to nought Take up the White Mates burden No iron rule of kings The ports ye shall not enter roans yesnall not tread yourlivingAnd Take the White MUDS burden And his old reward The blame of those ye better The hate of those ye guard The cry of hosts ye humor Ah I toward tile light Why brought ye KS fr m bondage Our Egyptian Take up he White Mans burden dare not stopp to Jess FreedomToall will or whisper all ye leave or no The silt lit sullen Shall weigh your God and yon Take the White Mans burden Have done with childish days The lightlyproffered easy uugrndged praise manhoodThroughedged with dear b ught wisdom The of your peers Rudyard Kipling in February McClurcs Magaziuo FoulSmelling CatarrhCatarrh is one of the most obstinate and hence the most difficult tpget rid of sprays washes and inhaling mixtures world can no permanent the remedy which can reach the disease it from the blood P McAllister of J could see no Improvement whatever Ifcougo I was treated with and washes and differ eat inhaling remedies in feel that each winter I then the previous Finally was Catarrh was a blood disease and after think lug over the matter Isaw It was unreasonable f byremediesL reached the surface I 8 8 8 after a few bottles were used I no perceptible Improvement Continuing the was my and a complete cure was the result I advise all dreadful disease to abandon thelrlocal treatment whichhaanever done them any good and take 88 8 a rem edy that can reach and cure It To continue the wrong treatment fox Catarrh is to to suffer Swift Specific is a real blood and cures deepseated diseases which other no effect whatever upon It promptly reaches Catarrh never to cure even the most aggravated cases not properly digested it creates systems Justth AR1ICLES INCORPORATION Count hotel F the fo k snow of By Au hundred times made plain profitAnd sweeperThe 1 By ittSpecUlabarB Eyhad Catarrh for He writes wasworse It Z then decided to tryan tem thedIsease n are 562000 the TSend Tour t11 check the pride Fill the mouth of amine noticethat Heeds an ror mil is Purely Vegetable and is the guaranteed to contain XK dangerous tree Swift Spedae Company Atlanta Georgia r R E McROBERTS DEALER IN PURE DRUGS fiNE TOILET JBTICIES School looks Paints and Oils Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco office National Bank R KINNIARD DANVILLE KV Toilet lrz I r j I I I I I IILANCASTF KENTUCKY 1illll1IillJrlfummmmm ft1imI t1 lt1 JtufwU Ih1tut III UII f S ii c J 3 I Pure Drugs Fine Stationery 1 es DRUGGIST nrmmnrn on rmmmnrm r mnnn1nnrnrmmnrmmr LiZZazcz Sozzi I 7111Ul IUJdUI IlIdUIl6U1 J111 16lAdl1ltllllJAIUlAUIIIJUJUIC A BUSINESS success In life This being conceded 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 BOOKKEEPINGSHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his lineGraduates this college preferred houses Write fora beautiful book testimonials from graduates occupy Intprominent positions all over the United State U will bo mailedto you Is E c N MCDONNELL DANVILLE KENTUCKY DPTODATE JjEWELRY OF ALL KINDS BMMOJJDS fLHSS ETC REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE UT z and LIFE INSURANCE SPEDIGHELD FIRE AHDMAJRINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Agts Office o i Post Office GAXCASTSR KKNTUCKT I CO FIRE R Skin Diseases berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is its continued use effects a permanent granulated lids and vermifuge Price Soldby REMcRoberts Drnppst Lancaster oftetter 0cure It also cures itch barbers itch pileschapped forhorses25cents Itching W H HOSHAL CO Commission Merchants UNION STOCK YARDS information regarding livestock cheer tUlly furnished Consign y6ur stock di rect to us Phone 7346 CattleHogs Sheep Ii CINCiNNATI O s a R S EDUCATION Is alsli to the ycnng or young woman who would winroan tel necessary Call and S33 this Celebrate Wa oa at It fully Warranted and Excels all others All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand G S G 92NES Queen Crescent Route PASSES DAKVILLX NORTH BOUND Number 10 Dally except Sunday V69 a Number 8 Daily Stop i 143 p Number dont stop SOUTH HOUND NaraTjgr 1 dont stop ltdft Numbers Dally except Sunday 11 15a Number Q lnlly except Sunday TJft u Midnight flap ll43p All cigar stands fcavefttit Proctor Knott cigar 3M L a M p tau TS J firstclass m Number t Dally Flag sa m A- i 1- tHE GLOBE EM LLmUFAD We have a Merchant Tailor Dept withOur Suits tried on and Fit as they are being made J I Frohman Go GLOBE Danville toneTheCLEARANCE 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 or der 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 SISTERSNOEL rl I CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY February 1 1890 oooaoooooooooooooooocoo O99OOOOO9OOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOO Capt Sam Miller has returned to KnoxvilleR IB confined to his room by the grip Col W S Fergurson has returned to Covington R L Jennings of Paint Lick was a visitor here Sunday There is a great deal of sickness in town at present mostly grips Harry Beardj the insurance man has been in town this week Miss Hays of Paint Lick is in Logan Dry Goods Store Jesse Walden is up and about again but his mother continues quite ill Miss Jennie Burnside is spending a few days with Miss Mary Anderson Rev H N Faulconer and wife have been visitiug relatives in Danville Miss Hallie Hamilton has returned from a visit to friends in Stanford Mr Horace Herndon has been tohis room this week with grip Miss Bertha Burnside is visiting her aunt Mrs W G Dunlap in Our old friend T J Hatcher has been ilf for some days but is better now Sam McDonald a popular Cincinna ti was here the first of the week Miss Mary Morgan is visiting her niece Mrs Dr Acton on Lexington avenueMr James A Royston has been quite ill of pneumonia He is much better today Miss Bessie Turley of Richmond is being entertained by Miss Julia Mae this week Wm Berkele of Frankfort spent Saturday and Sunday with his family at W H Wherritts Joe Robinson has returned from a business trip through the south He says the mule market is slow Mrs Dollie Brown and daughter Miss Lizzie who have been 111 with La Grippe are very much better Miss Florence Harris leaves this week to make a visit to her friend MIfl Holcombe in Louisville Horn J H Miller Happy Jack of Stanford here several days and furnished boys Interesting talkMiss Mattie Elkin hasleturned fc visit to Stanford where she had the pleasure of attending the lecture of Remember that my ac Due and it is absolutely IlOWUT That I have the money 1 This notice is for Every body who me Slii ftfflt Kiel i clerking confined Lexington drummer i Pearl with from i 7 d g h- w y 2a 1PERSOMU 9 r Gaines was the PQ connts are i owes 1 r- Jry t O Polk Miller Glenn Eddy the Danville boy who put in Dr Kinnairds telephone ex change is critically ill at his home in Danville Miss Lily Noel has recovered suffi ciently from illness to return to her store in this city Her mother te mains qnite ill Born to the wife of Mr R C Tankersley a ninepound boy They are now at her fathers J TV Pumphrey on Danville street Herbert Hommel has gone to Rock castle Springs and will work from now til summer getting things in shape for a big business during the season Miss Bessie Paton of Garrard County who is beautiful modest young lady is visiting Mrs Sue B Herd of South Gazette The Advocate says James Spilman was in Danville Sunday en route from Kansas to his home in Garrard Mr Spilman says things are booming in the West The Industrial Club met with Miss Maggie Tomlinson Wednesday after noon from halfpast two to halfpast three This club is one of great to its members A party has been made up to spend ten days at Rockcastle Springs next summer How people can talk about summer resorts during this kind of weather is hard to understand Judge M D Hughes has been up by the grippe He is another who looked upon the disease as a fad but would now rather miss a meal or have the small pox than undergo another siege Lexington Stock Farm J R Far ris who has been confined to his home the better part of the winter with rheumatism is very much improved and is now able to make occasional visits to his stable Mr Eph Brown has severed his with the Blue Grass Grocery Mr Warren of Lawrenceburg charge Eph is an excellent man and THE RECORD can cheer fully recommend him to anyone need ing a sober steady employee The engagement of Miss Minnie May Armstrong to Mr Edgar Flippen of Dallas Texas has been announced The will occur in the Spring Miss Armstrong resides in that city though has spent much of her time in this city with her grandparents Capt and Mrs F J White She is a and lovable girl and has many admirers here The surgeons have ordered Captain McFarland to take a long voyage and he left New York last week to be on the ocean two months In addi tlon to trouble from the wound at Santiago he is suffering from malaria contracted while on in Cuba Capt McFarland has a many friends In Lancaster who deeply regret his misfortune Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Foramla oa each package CURES YOUR COUGH IN A Prfe SOc R McRoberts 4 4 quitea ElkhornLexington pleasure laid connection assum- Ing business beautiful received great A PhysiciaD tJ J1 Sir wedding sea DAY E r c 4 We invite an inspection of our immense stock of in Neckwear Hosiery Mufflers Gloves etc Perfect satisfaction Guaranteed or your money will be cheerfully Piae SSuitSJPiJI1e EShcesM w 1ITJDder earJw a r GENTLEMENS TURN S2 INGS= The Old Lions Gift Gen Cassius M Clay the sage of White Hall whose marital affairs have brought him so conspicuously the public during the past year or two has just executed a deed conveying dwelling and three acres of land Pinckard to his former child wifenow Mrs Riley Brock that is one of the most peculiar instruments of writing ever filed in the Woodford Ceunty Court It reads in part as follows This deed is based upon the further consideration that the shall be allowed the full use of the aforesaid property her natural life and afterward to heirs of her bcfdy or to her husband Riley Brock and his blood kin or friends but it is expressly ordered that no person related to Dora by blood or marriage or related to by blood or marriage connection shall ev er own or enjoy property real or personal given or owned by Dora Brock and all such named property in violation of this order to the counties of Madison and Woodford Ky as the case may be onehalf to the informers and the other half to the poor of said counties forever The property mentioned in this deed was purchaeed by Gen Clay for Dora Richardson just after she secured a divorce from him last September and Dora and her new husband young Ri ley Brock have been living there since their recent marriage but Dora did not receive a title to the place this week Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to consumption Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will cure give such strength to the lungs that a or a cold will not settle there Tho Local Papers Hold The attachment of subscribers to a wellconducted newspaper is fully by publishers So long as a pursues a just honorable and judi cious course says the Springfield Vt Reporter meeting the wants of its customers in all respects the ties of friendship between the subscriber and the paper are as hard to break by an outside third party as the links which bind old friends in business or social life Occasional defects and errors in a newspaper are overlooked by those who have become attached through its perusal for years They sometimes become displeased with it on account of something which has slipped into its columns and may stop taking it but absence of the familiar sheet at their homes or offices for a few weeks becomes a privation and they to take it again No friendship on earth is more constant than that contracted by a reader for a journal that makes an honest and earnest to merit continued support There IB no about It No question Indeed with those have used it but that Foleys Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kid ney and Bladder diseases 1m C C J E Stormes A dressed hojj is always salable and if the price is not right at the time the pork can always be barreled and sold at a profit We have known forehand ed farmers who when pork was much below its usual paying price would al ways put their hog crop into the and sell it out by the piece says the American Cultivator This makes much better pork than that put up by the great establishments in the West afor farmers cut out the ribs when they barrel side pork and without the ribs the pork keeps better It is true the nicest sweetest meat on the hog is close to the ribs and in the tenderloin But there is danger in this lean meat especially when in contact with the bone where as the old his the meat is always sweetest Inevery case where meat begins to be j come tainted the first tospoil isclose to the probably some air in the bone and this af fects the meat adjoining it So in ev cry locality pork put up by farm ers can be had it is generally preferred to the packed meats the grocery in some western city I The Eagle Of till Birds ts noted for its keen sight clear and finer vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold at 25cts McRoberts Drug Store 1 said DoraBrock connection forfeited until it and DrugStore confirmed paper conclude effort whoa barrels tender ribs tn packing pork the ribs there is al which have been put up with KID f beta n cough say w me 1 rte te i k er ill Chamberlains Cough Remedy ia Chicago Hisgen Bros the popular South Side corner 69thst and Wentworthav say We sell a great- a deal of Chamberlains Cough Remedy- ar and find that itgives the most factory results especially among chil dren for severe colds and croup For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Beauty Won A good looking woman was in town this week selling a preparation for cleaning clothes With a little rag the dainty fingers would glide over a fellows clothing which had the quick effect of the eradicator being sold She disposed of several dozen boxes clerks John Duncan and Will Hamilton Crafty Burnside and She applied the rag and the jov sal old bachelors would dance around like sixteenyearold boys She tackled Keg Mason for a sale but Keg began Po man ppppo man chiles h1llcant buy po man but the rag was gracefully passed his and trousers Keg bought six box es and wanted more but she couldnt spare them It is said she chased clerk John Duncan all around the and finally cornered him before the rag could be applied Will Fer gurson heard of it and immediately got on the train and went back to Covington Brad Jennings Hugh Lo gan and George Palmer wanted the county right for the preparation and Pony Beazley offered to put up the money to manufacture the eradicator in Lancaster Cal Nevieus and Sam Duncan will probably go on the road as assistants Theres no use talking good looks will carry any woman thro the world That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Hills of sufferers have proved their metchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not 1 cured Sold by R E McRoberts Drug gist 1m The Forsaken Country Editor Until within recent years it was quite a popular custom on theoccasion of weddings to remember the editor and his retinue of assistants with re minders of the luncheon No matter how gay and festive the occasion or how humble the contracting parties the printer was never forgotten and in return he always threw at the happy couple his richest blessings and best wishes often couched in choicest Sax on Forty years ago a young couple about to embark on the martrimonial sea would no more think or overlook e ing the editor than the minister Often holiday timeweddings seemed more numerous in those good old days than country printing office be almost swamped with fine culinary souvenirs of the nuptial feast and re semble more a bakery than a place devoted exclusively to enlightening a small portion of the world Nowa days the country editor eats his cake at holiday time if his means will him to eat any cake at all in the seclusion of his humble home while the wedding bells ring in his ear something of a hollow mockery too as he reverts to the past reminding him of days gone by never to return when a holiday time wedding bells had more prophetic sound and frosted cake was served with lavish hand to all in the office from the bed of the old Grip Ravages Doomed So much misery and so many deaths should know what a wonder fnl remedy for this malady is found in Dr King New Discovery That dis tressing stubborn cough that inflame your throat robs you of sleep weak r nes your system paves the way for Consumption is quickly stoped by this matchless cure If have chills and fever pain in the back of the head soreness In bones and muscels throat and that cough that your throat like a vice yon need Dr Kings New Discovery to cure your Grip and yo prevent Pneumonia or Consumption Price SOcts and 100 Mcnoy if not cure trialbottle free at R E McRoberte J redruggists between others hose fuller office Thousands a 1 nowa would allow Republican been by the GrIp that and k Drug Store I ves sat w overt ve caused everyone grips bas sore l The Ravages of Grip That modern scourge the Grip poisons the air with its fatal germs so that no home is safe frcm Its ravages but multitudes have found a sure protection against this dangerous ady in Dr Kings New Discovery When feel a soreness in your bones and muscels have chills and fever with sore thoat pain in the back of the head catarrhal symptoms and a stubborn cough you may know you have the Grip and that you need Dr Kings New Discovery It will promptly cure the worst cough heal the inflamep membranes kill disease germs and prevent the deaded after effects of the malady Price 50 cts and 100 Money back if not cured A trial bottle free at R E McRoberts Drug Store Convention The Eighteenth Annual State Con of the Mens Christian Associations of Kentucky will be held at Henderson 1619 1899 The State Committee has ranged a very and program Among the speakers Jones D D Mr John L Wheat and MrJamesR Boucher of Owensboro Rev Harrop of Mr E C Brow of Evansville Ind Mr C K Ober Secretary International Com PeckStateCake South Carolina and Mr F H Bur State Secretary Illinois Ehe A Short Red Story A Cold Grief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been us ed this story would have had a endingC J E Stormes 1m singing will be led by the Indiana Ruartette A special rate of one and onethird will entertain all delegates delegations from thirty Associa of the State are expected andyoung men from cities towns colleg es and railroad centres of thehaving no Associations will be as honorary delegates if they obtain credentials from the State See retary Further particulars etc may be obtained of any Association Secretary in the State or from Henry E Rosevear State Secre tary Fourth and Broadway Ky j 4 Coughed 25 Year 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 Pine Tar Hon It has saved my C Rosell The Boy and his Trade Seventeen is the preferable age fo going to a trade but in many cases sixteen is not too nor too old writes Barton Cheyney in the February Ladies Journal conditions being favorable itis well for a boy to arrange his appren ticeship so that he can trade J by the time he is twentyone One of the advantages of going to a trade ear ly it the lad time to make a change should he discover that he has a mistake in choosing his vocation and there is no method or rule tnat can be followed in order that such mistakes can be avoid ed But the best course to is for the lad to acquaint himself with the details of trade to whist he may incline before he makes a se lection This can be easily done at the only of a observation and Then the matter of aptitude can be considered and it is a most important that the lad can going into anything for which he has no special is asserted that every one is adapted to discover what thatone is Itwould be a great mistake for a lad without a natural bent for mechanics to attempt to learn the machinists the chances would be against such a boys proper for ones best work levelopment are the outcome of being con genially employed CONSUMPTION CURED Dr Otto Gam will earcase of consumption If takes U time Coa i mrf se Dr you will seal the peases consumption toT may cost life Large alMl For sate 7 R E McRpberta J t i J I you th Kentucky Y YI C A Bishop F W NeglectPneumonia happier secured welcomed credentials programs Louisville I lifeJ DrugStore I expense natural f factorso anything advancement O orMIlS i atatot Otto throat avoid the dreaded of atteacU 1Iotu Prke Z5c SOC I 1 I j B malts attracts a Lar when co gets s B ems t te as stoat r Delay le sad ur on tC 1 n c t t Co1i 0 PAINT LICK HANDMADE BUGGIES v BUCKBOARDS Rubber Tires Repairing of All Kinds E E L y J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVI E KENTUCKY fireAETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO KWGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed ED BISHOP C C J S HASEIDEN KR S W H LACKEY fine cessor to Lackey Gulley PirstClas LIMEY mmHANDSOME TURNOUTS SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN ORGANIZED 1883 j SJ CITIZSNS KATMAL BANE OF LAIOASTEB FT i Capital Surplus Fund 50000 lOfOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED and PromptAttentionGnaraat d 1C HieaiHBOTHAX President Lxwis Y LZATZLL TleeFrealdeni B F HopaoH Cashier If O SieiTKY Assistant OD WALKXX Bookkeeper DIBECTOKS- JHHlCGIRIOTHAX IiXWIS YLXATILL 8 JOHNBOlf T M ABJtOL- Da C ARNOLD JB STHUDSOX AIM GIBBS JJWAUUX JACOB Y BOBIXSOK R 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BookKeengBshiess T COMMERCIAL COLLEGE W COR MMIH AND MILL 6T National Exchange Bank and Y3fCAJ Dafl Thoa ian a of rnceenful pradaCllbC otes Including 100 fa loaofficial Award efXedal and at for Bookkeeping etc peat year from zo states slHca Coarse consists of Arithmetic Banking Joint turing Lectures Practice Mercantile Correspondence etc betaken alone or with the BaiineM Course Kentucky Diploma under tealawarded our graduates Course of Summer f1- 0Kf Special Course of month ke pl c for t per and Pall sesaion C of Kentucky desired to June isftj free eharce Taeation Enter poW Call at the for new of this Col legs containing an endorsement nearly 200 of ita addreBS its President v WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY IQPYRIGHTED OF KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY COver World A CeUece hundreds of students In attendance the e 81Ie Telegraphyare have special rooms and can the Serlolleee have the of th of now hnsiDeee thin Bus Li s beak and HaarN Bookkeeping iness snd neetalllea IG The PeaaasYIR eftheflits Ira etc city rs 4 m i I I r 1 f I will close out AT NET WHOLE COST my entire stock consisting of Gents Etco I have decided to accept a position as traveling salesman with a shoe house and in to do that I must close out this stock Now this is NO FAKE THEY MUST GO no matter how great the sacrifice This sale will last ONLY SIXTY DAYS At the expiration of that time I will send what is left to an auction house in the city and have them sold at what ever they will bring Come early while you have a nice assortment to select from This sale begins today This stock is all NEW no old oa lIP J r Boots Shoes Goods orde styles North Jos J It cS Lancaster Ky BUSXNESSI Furnishing Side STATE NEWS ITEMS e i Q M i n Jo J 2 S r iiJ L K nructtixriK Fijht a Dnel IIXKVIMK Ky Ksli Bar low and Lep Green met in the road ou Middle FOIl creek east of this place and fought a duel with knives inflicting from which both may ilif JUrlow when he met Green treated him to a pint of moonshine Both drank frecy and became drunk Hretn slapped IJarJow in the face Bar low then struck Both drew their knives instantly and commenced stabbing each other They fought for several minutes when both became so weak they had to cease and lay down by the roadside They were found by a nMglibor Green told how the light ocuurn d lorsvniK Ky Feb l Capt Thos II Crawford aged 73 a Mexican vet lied at his home in this city Tueslny night His death was indi rectly caused by wounds which he re ceived in the battle of Cherubusco In that battle he received five wounds anti they gave him much trouble all his life lie was a sundent at the West Point academy and graduated in the same class with Gen A I gpotuleiii Miii Sucdfs LEXINGTON Ky Feb u II C Weeks agcJ committed suicide by taking nine grains of morphine lIe was a brother of Constable Sam Weeks and had been a collector for various busi nos houses He had been despondent for several months owing to lack of employment lie leaves a wife and tu D grown children Tire 1r Run rn Walked that WIXTCX Ky Feb three pibciiers in jail here William Mav fhrrgid with horse stealing Gayic Kbtes held for hcuse breaking and Davis Glass working an old fine escaped in broad daylight owing to the doors being insecurely fastened Kites was recaptured and oliicers are in pursuit of the other two 1 r r T V Ktitt 1 PS of Hart Kuilare LKVAXOX Ky Feb W Knott county school superintendent d ed at his home here Tuesday morning of heart failure aged 70 He was the eldest brother of exGov J Proctor Knott and wa known throughout the scientific world as having one of the largest geological collections in the United States OWIXGSVIMK Ky Feb 1 The last of the tol gates of this county has been taken down A W 15aseon ident of the Owingsville and ML Ster ling turnpike and of the fttod having received his purchase price 2ia for the Bath county end of tht rod late Tuesday afternoon Muny YOUIJJJ Cuprits in Kentucky 1eni t utiari FKAXKFPHT Ky Fob 9 Gov Brad state penitentiaries the names of 127 converts under the age of IS years who are to be transferred in about sixty days to the State School of Itaform at Lexington A Warnin LoiisrniK Ky Feb 9 The state board 01 health has issued a circular warning the people of Kentucky against the danger of smallpox and urging vaccination and the precautions of cleanliness There are no new cases here LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 9 Miss Lillie Sutton was attacked by a footpad at cd her pookctbook containing SI She gave chase overhauled him belabored him with an umbrella and made him give up his booty C num tree 31 etiuj Called Louis VILLK Ky Feb Third railroad district republican committee will meet at the Phoenix hotel in on February IS to decide on the time and place of selecting a repub lican candidate for railroad tominitt sioner from this district TViinster Ace tleutally Killed PIHXCETOX Ky Feb 9 Aaron Shackelford a teamster for George Pettit while on his way home fell off his horse and the wagon wheels passed over his head killing him instantly He leaves a widow and seven children 9Josh ulltb reen 3 cu ar n d l ran ant I I 9The ou 9T pre chiefowner Icy wceive from the wardns of two lsuJ jrl l1ul xrvp llld Jefferson strcts lIe snatch 9The Lexington p I c NI 0 u Vrin 9 s Lat 1u1riac iatuvd Tia the First JcJ 4 K ins in tJi WILMAMPHITKO Ky Fob G Terrific rains in the mountains resulted in the streams being swollen beyond their hounds Washouts of all kinds are re ported and the Cumberland river is booming Six inches of snow which fell two days ago added to the floods A crew of railroad guards and bridge and track repairers arrived Friday night from Louisviltu to guard as much as possible the bridges and property of the Louisville Xashvillo road A iren to Hob linUH LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 7 Smallpox is proving a queer blessing to Hob Hanks colored under sentence to to hanged at Mayfield February 23 Ho is now at the eruptive the disease and the authorities say he will be in such poor condition on the date set that it would be very bad form to hang him Mayfield will also probably object to receiving him Ho will doubtless Lc respited Blanks spends all his time at the hospital ex horthig his fellowpatients to profess rclijrion Strange Disease That Krsults in Death EovLixo GKEEX Ky Feb 7 A strange disease has made its appear ance at Morgantown Butler county miles from here It is something like spinal meningitis Djath resnts in 10 to 15 hours The town has fiOO inhabitants Business houses are dosed Fifty passengers came here by boat Monday Physicians say the dis ease is not contagious FiuVKKForT Ky Feb 7 The city council of Frankfort passed an or dinance Monday night quarantining against all persons who have been confined in the Louisville jail since January 1 This is intended to smallpox case from reaching the state reformatory of appeals Friday reversed the decision of the Kenton circuit court in the case of M II Tate and others against the Erlanger board of school trustees The collection of a supplemental held illegal and a perpetual injunction and restraining order is granted DEtcntin 0 nit n on the Oa bpI Lan FJAXKFOKT Ky Feb 0 Judge Guffy republican filed a strong dis senting opinion in the court of appeals Saturday in the Goebel election law case decided several weeks Juclg3 DurrelL republican will also file an opinion dissenting IlnsbiKl and Wilt PADUCAII Ky Feb 0 lud Bracken and wife respected residents of this ctmnty were declared insane in court Their hallucinations are that their house was haunted They fastened the doors and windows of their houso with barbed wires Iariiiui Krf usetl Iliv FiiAXKKorT KyFcb7 15ob the murderer from Barren county who shot his sisterinlaw fatherinlaw motherinlaw and shot at several others was refused a pardon or of his death sentence by Gov Bradley Monday An K i li in c t Mru Irfk- LEITCHFIKLD Ky Feb 4r Measesl are epidemic here there Icing over 0 cases reported Atinatl Trcittlti StrerL- EXIXGTOX Ky Feb 7 Woodard and Shanklins great annual sale of trotting stock opens hereilonday City is full of horse men and buyers and good prices are expected Many consignments of stock are to be disposed ofChild Darned to Ueath- HAIIBOPSHURO Ky Peb 3 ycarold daughter of Mr Ad Coleman of this city was burned to death by her clothing catching fire from an open grate v Must Haus FRAXKFORT Ky Feb 3 Gov Brat Jey finally refused to interfere Wed nesday with the death sentence of William Miller ofOidham county who is to be hanged on Friday of this week assault I I JollfltalI I hospitalwith 1 prevent any Snpilen1aatnl Tax I Ky Feb 5 The court tax is ago Ian Brown commutation S Ie ot handsome 3The t forcriminal I r 9t act 5 dnarantina tat 1Irjgnner5 lvt1- FntxarouT S Cuts Burns Bruises Rhcu matiam and Sores Price 25 cents A THANKLESS POSITION JoulIiy liic Not Want to lie G rernor Yotiltl t Have the office as a Otc ous Gift Irrseni Condition FRANKFORT Ky Feb 7 Gov W O Uradlcy doesnt want to be governor again In an interview he said It is the most thankless position a occupy I wouldnt have another term under the prevailing conditions as a gracious gift In addition to continually abused by people out of and in the party with which the gover nor affiliates he is as persistent ly annoyed Jiy appeals for most unrea sonable favors and ever and anon is he besecched by trusts and corporations for privileges which would enable them to more strongly grasp in their tentacles the suffering populace Ex Gov Joins Young Brown was in my oflicc at Frankfort and I told him I hud heard that he was again aspiring to the gubernatorial chair and that for the life of me I could not see what he desired in the office Just he said There are a lot of soreheads who dont want to see me governor again and I would like to be governor for lust one week to spite them SAWED THE JAIL BARS An Escape of Alleged Murderer 1Va Averted at Stanford Ky Jailer Gven the Tip STANFORD Ky Feb 4 A jail deliv was narrowly averted here John Haley who was acquitted of robbery after an incarceration of a few weeks told the jailer that there were saws and tools in the jail Investigation showed several bars sawed almost in two and the cracks filled with chewing gum As E K Wilson charged with the murder of Miss Cloyd at London Thomas Baker who got a life sentence for killing Sheriff White of Clay and 20 other prisoners were in jail the was an important one lltickinsliaui Theater IJnrned LOUISVILLE Ky Feb S A live wire in the scenery room of the theater set fire to the building at 7 oclock Thursday and caused a loss of 70000 The theater proper was destroyed and the rest of the building suffered considerably Three alarms brought the entire department to the fire which was controlled after an hours work there being at great danger of a spread Fire Captain Ed Finck was struck on the head by falling debris and badly hurt Fred Riders Night Owl companj which was playing at the theater lost 3000 in costumes and scenery Judge Un hank I Dead PIXEVIILE Ky Feb John M at his home at this place Friday morning after several days illness lIe was one of the most prominent lawyers in this section and at the time of his death represented various land corporations in this see tion TIe was a noted politician being the only democrat that ever this district in the legislature He was about GO years old and widely known throughout the state T n n S i l for 810030 LEXINTTOX Ky Feb 9 Oakland Baron 209 1 trotting stallion sold for 510000 to Warren Stoner of Mt Sterling Ky at the winter sales Tues lay V ccintttion at Louivillr LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 9 No cases of smallpox have developed in 24 and it is believed the danger is over though vaccination continues at rate of a day Cenlicciaii K heal LEXINGTON Ky Feb 9 H C aged 50 committed suicide by taking morphine lIe leaves a widow and two children He was despondent because out of employment Inhabitants Not ft d to Lravr LEXINGTON Ky Feb state board of health has been notified of the epidemic at Morgantown Jt has advised all persons to leave there who can until the epidemic subsides Dr Ottos Sprue Gum Balsam Cures in a day pleasant to take Children cry for Large size bottles Price 2Sc and Far Bautiful UsaDr Carlstedts Grman LJvar Pawdar For sale b- yBE McHoberts 1 Uuder being this Narrowly ry discovery Buckingham morning onetime 4Judge Unthanlc died represented r hours the 2000 Hun U Weeks grown 9The SpruceGum ComIII xlen t f ca c CUBAN OIL cur I k1lhi Q man- n Mrs a i Bill Humphrey sold to Ben a bunch of shoats at 3c Lemon Teater bought of Lewis Murphy a sow at 3c Messrs Frank Folger and T L have returned from Louisville Frank Folger sold his tobacco crop averaging 7c all round T L Saunders bought of Jno Hicks eleven barrels of corn at 125 per delivered The thermometer fell to 12 deg zero here last week Valentine day will soon be here lookout The Kentucky river is on another boom Mrs Peachie Grow was called to the bedside of her mother Mrs Rebecca Scott of Little Hickman this week Messrs Tom Bruner and Laules of Lexington passed through here last week with two large pair of oxen which they paid 3Jc and also several nilk cows which they paid from 35 to 3750 each Charley Thompson sold I Lane a ow at 35 Tames Parkes has engaged a lot of from different parties here at 3i for March delivery- T II Greensold to Joseph Simpson wo yearling steers for 35 Perry Shropshire of Lexington was here this week buying turkeys at six ind seven cents per pound Dont forget Rev Neals appoint ment at Scotts Fork Saturday night sunday and Sunday night we would ike to see the house crowded Mrs A D Ford visited her sister Mrs Sallie Overstreet of Little Hick man last week Messrs Coy and Ledyard Saunders and John Lane vis ted relatives in Jessamine Sunday Miss Lizzie Tomlinson of Beuna Vista is visiting friends here this and Mrs Tim Leemyand ittle daughter are on the sick list N G has been very sick with grippe A Considerate Beggar Mendicant Say boss cant y u give a poor devil something- Mr Portly Iompous I never give anything to street beggars Mendicant All right boss I dont want yer terdo nothiuagin yer Just gimme yer house address and ILL call every day Tatninauy Times Drnperntlon The weather prophet Iff a plight Looked forth upon the sky one night And doggedly he said Twill rain or blow or snow 1 fear Or else twill be quite warm and clear And then he went to bed Washington Star A MIIJWlNlEK JOKE I S I Robinson Sanders barrel below everyone I hogs ents per lb I veek r principles UNL Jocular Jack Loidy kin yer gimme some cold wittals Mrs Jay Yes my poor man Go over to the woodhouse and joull find lots of chops St Louis Republic Too Sad There was a young woman from Who lived In the city of Cheichester She would giggle and flirt Till her parents tell hurt And wondered what on earth pocelter Cincinnati Enquirer AbsentMinded Smith Halloa JonTs Havent seen you fora month How is Mrs Jones Jones promptly Nicely thanks Thinks a moment Oh no excuse me She died three weeks ago Har lem Life He Saw Too Much Jaggs My dear you are getting looking as you grow older Your beauty appears to have doubled Mrs Jaggs That will do Mr Jaggs Youve been drinking again Chicago Daily News Leicester betel I c t l HINTYou blood iswen and pure and whole system put in acondition the use of DrCarlstedts German Liver Powder Then you will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds and the grip Dr German LiverPowder is the best medicine money can buy SpruceGuma Bottle For sale by H E McEoberts Unpaid Subscription When th humid shadows hover Over all the starry sphres And the melancholy darkness Gently weeps rainy tears Us a joy to meet our brothers With their smiles and handshakes true And watch them walk up to the desk And there pay us what is due There i naught in Arts bravuas That can work with such a sp11 In the siprli4 pure deep foun aiug Where the holy passions dwell As the dollar of the daddies Gcod for every cent and mill And to hear toe gladsome jingle As it drops into the till And when others come to thrill us With eyes both black and blue We regret it most sipcerely That we said they were untrue And we gladly write the credit That pays them for a year Then gently turn our head aside And weep a silent tear And when our cherubic brothers Write us from far and near And say Heres another d jllar To pay you for a year How our tears well up before us In pleasure without pain And we say unto our parduer Heres market funds again Then at night how sweet our slumber When eveiything 1 still And were not compelled to walk the floor Studying how to pay that bill For the cash is on our bankbook And our credit good once more The importunate collector Driven from our office door There are nomore ghosts around us And making us feel blue For we know our pledged brethren Are to obligations true 0 hoWhappy such things make us And how happy others be When they see us wall up to them And we pay the unpaid fee Weak Eyes Made Strong Dim vision made clear styes and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve It is put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store lm After the Feast Now doth the lone turkey warble In accents filled with glee The good die young and I rejoice Because of my Chicago Daily News The Retort Boston is the Bean City r believe said a Philadelphia man to a Boston inn And Philadelphia is the Hasbeen City replied the Boston man pleas antly X Y Herald Unmistakable Proofs Why do you think he is a selfmade man Because he wears chin whiskers in stead of mutton chops Chicago Daily Xews Its V ork Done Jimmy Ive broke my knife Johnny Gee but dont yer feel bad Jimmy Not very Id cut my initials on all ther furuture there was NY Journal The Prevailing Fashion Hereto the man who Is clear out of style Though pleasure oft gives him the slip At present his face wears a radical smile For he hasnt been ill with the grip Washington Star No Company He There 1 sat alone with my thoughts boy How lonely you must have Jour nal Never Went to Cooking School you think shell make him a good wife He She ought to I understand she never learned to States No Hope you sure your love for me is Heart failure Harlem What He Needed Wr gave our little son his choice ofgifts iDa answer was profound I want a little sister like Dick Sinks Sos I kin boss her round Chicago Record That cured toughnesssee Bostonians ShePoor beenIndianapolis SheDo cookYonkers man HeAre SheYes UKI 0Ar removed dead PlanterNUBIAN TEA cares Drupep sia Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cte I 4 h C C FOLEYS HONEY and TAR cures LA GRIPPE and prevents PNEUMONIA IT HEALS THE LUNCS AND STOPS THE RACKING COUCH USUAL TO LA GRIPPE J LARPP RECOMMENDED FOR LA GRIPPE N JACKSON Danville Ill Writes My daughter had severe attack of La Grippe seven yearj ago and since then when she takes cold a terrible cough settles on her lungs We tried a great many remedies without giving relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tar which cured her She 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Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson inn E Stormes S BEAZJLEY DENTISTflBk Teeth extracted without pain V4ULJU wth Vitalized Air Office in the New Thompson Building T JHOODSURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY Office over Haseldens hardware store Notice to Creditors Garrard County Cour Willis Adams Trustee vs Willis Adams Creditors 1899 make a motion for final release as trustee of Willis Adams This Feb 6 18P- 9SuLlE A LEAVELL Trustee for Willis Adams 99S3 Aw odd marriage custom obtains in the island of Himla opposite the is land of Rhodes The Greeks by whom it is peopled earnthetr living by the sponge fisheries No girl is allowed to marry until she has brought up a number of sponges which must be taken from a certain depth In some of the other Greek islands it is the men who mustdivefbrthesponges If there are several suitors for the hand maiden the father bestows her on the man who can bring np the largest number of sponges 1 D W notify certain ofa J I C LINGERING LA GRIPPE COUGH CURED MRC 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