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Ql HINTS YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter L J t1tttn3 UJrDE1ls t pThVVV t hg 1toth1 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDUAJI Cor Public Square and DauviLc Avenue r A Few ofour Low Prices liens Saddles 275 450 500 and up A good set of Harness Extra heavy blind bridles at 75e and C5c The best Collar known at 75c Bands for 25c A good all Leather Collar 85c Trace Chains per See our line of Wagon Breech ing Check Lines Hames Hame Straps Collar Pads etc before buyingAlso the Best Two Horse Wagon ever brought to Lancaster it gives entire satisfaction Look at it before b J R HASELDEN Col W G Welch Stanford W I Williams Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly 750 2 good Back 25c g Lancaster WElCH WilLIAMS pair BEAZLEY BAUGHIAI FUNERAL DIRECTORS RTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancas er Kyf ac LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 23 1899 LOCAL HAPPENINGS SuU1UUUU1UUUUUUU1U1UUUUU nr9imtr mnrm Smoke the ProctorKnott cigar County court Monday Prettiest line of Hosiery in town at Joseph v Maple trees for Spring J C Thompson The second degree will be conferred at K P lodge tomorrow night Wanted Car Iron and Bones H B North cott N It would be impossible to find a pret tier line of ladies shoes than is now shown at Joseph Clover Timothy Blue Grass Grass and Seed Oats G S Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay sold and delivered anywhere in by G S Gaines Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Nutricious and Digestable Nothing like it H C Potts Buck eye Ky The L N people continue to the roadbed of this branch of their system and will soon have it in fine shape F and A M The Masonic lodge will Have work in the first degree Monday night All members are requested to be on hand To School Trustees Blanks have been received for taking school census Please call and and get them at once ELISA J LUSK Supt New Livery Stable James A Royston has purchased the Lackey livery stable in rear of Mason Hotel and is prepared to furnish first class turnouts on short notice Give him a call Loyal Legion The Loyal Legion will meet at Christian church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock All the Children of every denomination are cordially invited and requested to attend Pictures Pictures Pictures We find we can stay here only 30 days so if you want Pictures made come at once 18 for 25cents 6 positions Cabinets 125 for i doz Crouch Mattern over Blue Grass Grocery t being Orchard I town GAINS C improve Joseph has a superb line of spring dress goods Choice flower seeds in bulk at low prices J C Clover Timothy Blue cheap at T Curr Carpets in the roll J A Beazley Co We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley t The ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our handsome line of dress goods JOSEPHS Evening With Ian McLaren at Presbyterian church Saturday night Admission 25 cents A Ccottage Upright Baldwin piano Good as new S B HENRY tf Dont forget that with every pur chase given a ticket on the big Range at Josephs See the Range in our window Eggs and Chickens price paid Bring them in before prices drop H B Northcott For Rent 25 acres of sod land already plowed for Hemp Terms on application to C W Anderson For Rent The large Lodge Room over Post office call on W T West or W McC Johnston for particularsW O Bradley Capt Herndon is moving to his property recently purchased of P W Spencer on Lexington street Judge Burnside will take possession of the Herndon place next week Two solid weeks were spent in the cities selecting our spring dry goods shoes hosiery ribbons etc We can now show you the handsomest lines ever exhibited in Lancaster J Joseph Repair Work J B Ely the Paint Lick carriage man his just completed some work for Arnold Hamilton He is pre pared to do all kinds of work and satisfaction gra s Co For Sale youare Wanted Moving I guarantees Thompson slseed q ood The Hats for Spring Wear are here The styles are as interesting as the prices we name Our Hats come from the best ENGLISH and AMERI CAN MAKERS No store in this town ever did or ever will showas big a line as we have and no store in this section HAS THE GRIT TO MATCH THESE PRICES SPRING STYLES IN MENS HATS i MEWS SOFT and STIFF HATS II 150 2 250 and 300 Full line nf JOHN B STETSON HATS direct from factory at 4 V 45D GENTS Now is your chance to buy a pair of shoes atless than Manufacturers cost just put on sale 75 pairs of SAMPLE SHOES Choice ofthe lot 250 Those who have worn our Sample Shoes know what they are Come early and get first choice New line Spring Neckwear New Goods coming in every day r LON AND ROBINSON y o Weliave 0 I h J T jC I Fish will soon be ripe at Dlx river A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy to the smoker Barred Plyniothrocks I have a fine pen of tHe above chick ens and will sell eggs at 50 cents per setting of 15 They are medium size splendid layers and early Leave orders at McRobcrts Drug Store tf R Wi McRoberts Prize Winner Dr H M Grant was awarded first prize in the Cincinnati Enquirers contest last week The award was for best estimate of number of certain words appearing in the advertising columns of that paper Ladles Aid Society The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Ballou Saturday All members of the church as well as members of the Society are re quested to be present Important meeting Rev Pond Dead The remains of Rev John G Pond were brought through here Saturday enroute to Kirksville for burial He died in Mercer county but we were unable to learn the particulars He was a minister in the Baptist church and widely known in Kentucky Tko Schubert Ladles Quartette Those delightful vocalists the Schu bert Lady Quartette of Chicago will appear at the Court House on April 1 under the auspices of theK P Lodge Lovers of sweet sinking should not miss this splendid entertainment Pay Your School Tax The Garrard Circuit Court has de cided that the Lancaster Graded Com mon School is on a legal basis and that the school tax must be paid and un less paid at once levies and sales will be made By order of the Board of Trustees E W Harris Collr New Stand We now in our new building corner Crab Orchard and Campbell streets better prepared than ever to furnish Flour in exchange for wheat Farmers bring on your grain and get a good turnout of flour second in qual ity to none in the state POTTS BIteS Hasnt Got Em Yet Capt Phil Price of the K C has not yet been given his new coaches but he is hoping to receive them soon He is doubtless waiting to blossom out with the flowers that bloom in the spring Engineer Lammers will not let Price come near his new engine but Price says he will outshine the head end ere long Fine Millinery Miss Minnie Eastham has just re turned from New York where she spent several weeks selecting Spring Goods for Mrs Richard Foleys Millinery Establishment They now display everything in that line that is beautiful and uptodate When in Danville call and see these lovely goods Oil Company Indicted County Attorney Owsley tells us the grand jury has indicted the Standard Oil Company for peddling without license The company runs a large wagon here from their Danville agency and delivers oil in any quanity to its customers The company wasindicted on the same charge at Nicholasville and tie company paid the fine so we are informe v Spring Suit Hold your orders for suits until you see Wanamaker Browns spring samples They are beauties and more value is put in them for the price than ever before It is the oldest and largest house in the nation and defies competition in quality and prices W Harris will wait on you in my absence M D HUGHES Agent New LawFirm Mr John T Hays of Pineville has formed a partnership with Messrs Hamilton and Robinson for the prac tics of law in this city Mr Hays is a man of much ability and enjoys the reputation of being one of the best practitioners in the state He is a tine speaker and his efforts at the local bar have been much complimented The new firm is a strong one Insurance Company Responds Sundays CourierJournal says in case of J M Higginbotham adminis trator of M W Johnson the Garrard county man who carried such a large amouut of life insurance against the New York Life Insurance Company in which the plaintiff seeks judgment for 50000 by reason of an alleged con tract of insurance the defendant has filed answer denying liability The company says it took up the policies and gave Johnsons note back to him and he tore it up The case will be tried in Louisville and the outcome watched with much interest Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Med i cine the best remedy for the Throat and Lungs Pleasant to take and is GUARANTEED m C C J E Stormes I afternoon 2t prom Ir- E wUlbe is unquestionably mature 4 are Danville ty xy w ti Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumptson Dr Bells PineTarHoney will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentyfive cents at McRob erts Drug Store 1m Making a Winning Fight It will be the source of much to his many Lancaster friends to learn that Mr Vernon Richardson is making a winning fight for the democrat nomination in Boyle county for legislature Although a young man Mr Richardson is well posted on matters and the good people of our neighboring county will never regret it if they send him to Frankfort as their representative Very Gratifying The fact that our citizens stand rea dy to patronize a firstclass entertain ment liberally is well demonstrated by the large sale of seats for the Schu bert Symphony Club and Lady Quar tette There is very little doubt of a full house to hear these favorite en tertainers when they appear at the Court House on April 1 and the audi ence will be composed of our best citi Schumnns Immortal Traumerie Sig Guiramento the noted vocalist of Milan recently arranged Traume rie for a vocal quintette It was at once purchased by the Schubert Sym phony Club and Lady Quartette of Chicago who have the exclusive use of it for five years and to the musical this number alone is worth the admis sion price You can hear a delightful vocalization of the immortal Traume rie at the Court House on April 1 McCoy Case Continued The case of McCoy charged with killing his fatherinlaw some ten years ago was continued until next court This is the second time the case has been put off The principal witness for the Commonwealth is Mc Coys son He was here first of the week but has disappeared and all to find him have been in vain The accused will now have to lie in jail until next court and mabe longer if young McCoy is not found Colored Recruits The War Department has wired Lt W T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ky to enlist colored ap plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser vice sending the former to Fort Grant Arizona and the latter to Fort Doug lass Salt Lake City This cellent opportunity for young colored men to get into the regular Army Recruit for white Infantry and regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W T JOHNSTON MOtf Main St Lexington Ky A Coming Treat Too much praise cannot be given the K P Lodge for engaging the Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quartette Chicago to appear here on April 1 This Company is in its tenth year of success and is acknowledged to be the most uptodate Musical Company traveling Every body likes music and everybody enjoys a hearty laugh A delightful blend ing of pure fun and fine music is one reason why the above company has won its way to the top notch of public esteem Eveningwith Ian McLaren Dr Donald McDonald has consented to give his reading from the Brier Bush in Lancaster and night March 25 is the time decided upon Dr McDonald has given this reading with much success in a number of places It is spoken of Night with Ian McLaren and consists of selections from Dr Watsons book given in the Scottish dialect and also showing the difference between the highland and the lowland dialects The reading will be given in the Presbyterian church and an admission of 25 charged The entire be used in completing a little mission chappel at Laurel Fork Owsley county Skull Crashed The usual Sunday night entertain mention BattleRow was a lively last Sunday and what may prove a murder took place Eliza Reed and Lottie Kenedy two chocolate colored damsels had a falling out and the Reed woman struck the latter with a twelve pound rock fracturing the skull top of the Kennedy womans head was badly stove in and for a time she was believed to be dead Several doctors were summoned the womans head patched up and there are hopes of recovery The Reed woman went to jail and surrendered to Capt Dave Ross She is considered dangerious negro and as her frequent appearance in Police Court shows she will fight to Particulars of the cannot be obtained as all say they never seed it i Not one child ten forme ly died from croup People have learn ed the One Minute Cough Cure and use it for severe lung and throat troubles It coughing It never fails Stormes Drugstore gratification zens is anex everywhere Saturday asa proceeds Thee thenegroes dies whete immedlatelystops f it efforts Cavalry Bonnie will little more kill difficulty value of t 3c by 4- zr We are now receiving daily our line of SPRING and Will have them ALL m SHORTLY 0ii Ii rE I Jli oae SUMMfH GOODS LOG AN DRY GOODS CO GOODS1 oooooooooeo r INDICTED Insurance Companies Are hauled the Charge of Coiisitlrlcy As anticipated the grand jury re turned indictments against nearly all fire insurance companies doing busi ness in Lancaster Only those that are members of the board were includ ed in the batch the entire numberbe ing fourteen The indictment is as long as a wellrope and if put in type would make nearly two columns The sum and substance of the charge is that the companies have unlawfully conspired by persuasion etc to free competition among fire insurance companies and unlawfully creating a pool for the purpose of and fixing rates premiums etc among the fire insurance compa nies doing business in Lancascer The indictments are of the same character of those found in other parts of the stateThe companies claim that in order to fix their rates in an equitable man ner it is absolutely necessary to have these boards in each town in order that all companies can know the exact na ture of all risks they are asked to take The business men drew up and sign ed a petition to Commonwealths At torney Sam Owsley stating that as they paid the premiums they desired to be heard on the matter but the in dictments were returned just the sameIn another county where similar indictments were found the companies were tried and convicted but the mat ter has been taken to the court of and Mr Owsley tells us the cases here will not get to trial before the higher court passes upon the matter Ofcourse decision in those cases will cover the ones here and if the higher court reverses them it will knock these indicemens into a cocked hat Circuit Court Much civil business has been ed of in court this week and a number of little Commonwealths cases none of which were of importanca to the general public The case against Houston Clark charged with shooting at Henry Barlow was set for trial on Wednesday but was continued until next court on account of the absence of an important witness Owing to the bad feeling existing between the parties Judge Warren deemed it ad visable to take steps to prevent trouble during the trial and ordered the Sheriff search every man be allowed to enter the Court room Sanders according ly went through the pockets of every fellow who went in You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If you feel out of sorts it will brace you up Price 50 cents 1m C C r J regulating appeals I dis beforehe Wednesday Sheriff takeHERBINE E Stormes Upon counteract TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT 1 CO per year in Adnavce A Great Success I have had my cistern cleaned with the Automatic Cistern Cleaner owned by Austin and Hatcher and it gives perfect satisfaction Jacob Joseph I am well pleased with the work done by the Automatic Cistern Cleaner Its a great success Jno M Duncan The Automatic Cistern Cleaner does its work to perfection It removes all dirt and leaves the water as clear as crystal My cistern is now as clear as if all water had been removed and it had been cleaned in the old fashion way H A B Marksbury R E Henery has charge of the machine and will attend properly to all orders See him or leave word at THE RECOUD office All Share like The Court of Appeals rendered a decision last week which will be of in terest to many people hereabouts who were roped in by Building and Loan Associations The court in an opinion by Chief Justice Hazelrigg the whole court sitting held the preferred stock of a building and loan association is not entitled to preference over the common stock and that all stockliold ers indiscriminately share equally in the distribution of the assets of such associations in the hands of an in proportion to the amounts paid by them respectively in their stock The decision was handed down in the case of J K Sumrall and others against the Commercial Building Trusts assignee and others appealed from the Jefferson Common Pleas Court and is an affirmance of the opinion of Judge Emmet Field of that court The action grew out of the as signment in June 1897 of the Com mercial Building Trust to the Colum bia Finance and Trust Company of Louisville and the question was in a suit brought for a of the estate and the lower court held as above In affirming the judgment Judge Hazelriggsaid We fully concur in the Chancellors denying any preference to the socalled preferred over the common stockholders in the distribution of the assets of the association The sug gestion that the appellees have not in fact anything into the concern on their stock is guarded against in teorders given in the court by proof ot all claims in the way the Master Commission er The judgment is affirmed For frost bites burns indolent sores eczemas skin disease and especially Piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and connterfeit it Its their endorse ment of a good article Worthless goods are not imitated Get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes Drug Store assignee pre s nted settlement judgment usual t t requiring Y f i f r f t H r i 7 r A 1 m2B Paines Celery Compound Gives Strength 1 THURSDAY March 1899 A KANSAS preacher las posted a challenge against the workl to debate with his claim that everybody except theBaptists are doomed to hell He is only one who will wager the cold cash on the matter but it is a painful truth that many a poor fool thinks that only those of his own denomina iton can enter the pearly gates A great many are members of particular denominations for the same reason they are democrats or republicans Cause Pa was one and that is the only reason they can give But there are cranks however vIio firmly believe that only members of their particular church are to pick harps on the other shore Such people have about a much genuine religion as can be into a mustard seed THE President has given positive orders to the War Department to the removal of the volunteer sol dies from Cuba before there is any danger of infection from yellow fever Ve suppose its the Presidents idea to bring away the volunteer and send the regular soldiers into the pesthole to die But this is the way the have been treated all along They have been given the hot end of the poker in every instance And its easy understand why Regulars take no part in elections and seldom vote while the volunteers are oillcered by politicians who can work wires in elections That is whats the matter with Hannah Now isnt this a sweet kettle of fishy REV T DKWirr Talmage has re signed the pastorate of his church in Washington and willdevote his tjme to literary work and the lecture field lie takes up almost a column in a Washington paper why he made the change but his real reason is plain to all theres more cold cash reaped from the lecture platform Jt is amusing to see some preachers scramble for a jobof work in that part of the Lords vineyard which contains the most shade and juiciest fruit TIlE Embalmed Beef tion has grown to be a nuisance to readers of the daily papers Enough testimony was taken during the first few days of the investigation to show conclusively the beef was unfit for use hut the court goes on and from prospects will continue to be sit ting when Gabriel sounds the final messcall The trial has developed some dirty treatment of Uncle Sam by the beef sellers mid the old fellow should kick somebodys pants HON W T BuvAN refused to kiss a Texas girl the other day That was all right but should he back down when a Kentucky girl puts up her ruby lips it will show conclusively that he is unfit to b president or any thing else within the giftof the peo pIe We will dollars to that should a Blue Grass belle bestow upon him one of her sweet smiles the old fellow would prance about like a cirrus horse when the band begins to play TIlE farce of granting new trials was run considerably further into the 3 him crowded hasten regulars 1u innstiga present wager doughnuts tell irg See our lina- r OF itM i n r- I 1oj r j 1tJI I I NEW trI j rFDESIGNS Best spring medicine It makes the weak strong We sell and recommend it Bsst Quality Low Prices l jl Rt j I Off rO T Sl tJ I t 3 CENTRAL RKCORD EVERY WEEK BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY LANDRA PnbWher01718 W OrE IN LJ- Sl oTrraII W HRiKII YEAH ADVANCE Jje ly ground when C C Moore applied for one on the ground that juryman took a nap during the hearing of the case But this is about as silly as thegrounds upon which most trials are allowed to bo worn out The laws of the land have undergone so ninny reversals and knockouts that shrewd lawyers can them into any shape THE leatherlunged political will soon be upon us telling what know about running the gov eminent These roosters honey the dear people until after the election and then if elected they think they are doing a fellow a great favor to speak to him THE catfight for state offices is growing quite and at present the indications are thoro will bs from ten to twenty aspirants for every place on the different tickets It is earnest hoped that clean men will be nomi nated by both parties and the chronic candidates shoved to the rear The Wayne County Record to our desk this week The paper is well printed nicely made up and of news TIlE London Kentuckian copies one of our editorials verbatim but fails to give credit We presume it was because Bro Ha mm likes us and is ashamed to say who wrote it Tint pump manufacturers are the latest to form a trust It should be an easy matter for them to water their stock Chamberlains Cough Ilemecy This remedy is intended especially for coughs colds croup whooping coughs and influenza It has become famous for its cures of these diseases over a large part of the civilized world The most fluttering testimonials have been received giving accounts of its good works of the aggravating and persistent coughs it has cured of severe colds that have yielded promptly to its smoothing effects and of the attacks of croup it has cured often saving the life of the child sire use of it for whooping cough has shown that it robs that disease dren as is never fails to effect a speedy cure and because they have found that there is not toe least danger in giving it even to babies as it contains injurious Sold by E E ets Druggist lni Across the way on a cot With no rest night or day A couple there are in despair With bills they cannot pay So take a lesson from your neighbor Pay cash for what you get And you will live a peaceful life By keeping out of debt Rev E Edward pastor of the Eng lisle Baptist Church at Minersville Pa when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm lie says A few applications of this liniment proved of greatservice to me It subdued the inflammation and relieved the pain Should any profit by giveing Pain Balm a trial it will please me For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m There is a man in our town And he is wondrous wise He girls a bargain every day cash for what he buys Ills days are passed in joy and peace At night his sleep is sweet He has no dreams of debts and dues And bills he cannot meet ed ten wit d speaker don t warm es chock- full dangerous The especially nothing It t sufferer H te II ii cons ee Mc Pays fall Rob r JX DANVILLE KY Pi rSJ rS Z2 fjS 3 12 IS 3 c 2 US f25 r S IS tfyrTj1Yf f T Z 7 1 v 2 ourJ I fft EPure Drugs Fine Stationery ToiZe fir iiJZe mU1UUiuuunlm i o lltiiP111h19iiii 11Fi1Plt9fiiiiifliiF iS1i1f4yT iPyii r uwtuw usuiuust i uiuu tu I Cracks at Creation With such a genteel gentleman as Bro Louis Landram conducting so a paper as the RECORD to note passing and foretell fiture events to present anything new under the sun in Lancaster would be a task as difli cult as finding a needle in a hay stack but I have a right under all stances to tell the like Unde George Washington I do it and desire to state a few impressions that have been formulated in tliQ last few days while in Lancaster on busl ness pertaining to secret orders and if I tlwny a few bouquets I hope the recipients will keep them watered by memory and remember that these flowers of truth cost hem nothing There are as many gentleman Q the square inch in Lancaster I have been hanging around in ma ny a day I had not been here an hour before I had three invitations to Go home with me and I dont think I received the invitations thro sympathy as I have gained 25 pounds in four months and hardly look aslank and lean as HonRevProfJudge tallow Dawson Hughes but in the spirit of hospitality that pervades the air in Lancaster The young they will make even the gray hairs of an old man change to the original They are out of sight to use one of the signs at my command and though like Adlai Stevenson says of William Jennings Bryan we have UeanJ of then in tlie past anil vt of thom tgain J am constrained to use the language of trio Queen of Shoba when visiting Solomon and say the half has never yet been told I have not seen a single young lady in Lan caster who has not had at least 25 of marriage Good looks and pro posals go hand and I will Iwo no trouble in sustaining the assertion in regard to the number of to many It is a splendid idea to look before you leap My wife will tell jou that I saw Butler Engleman in I Rncas tor this weak first time In many years He was in the court house but not in charge of the sheriff He used to special delight in shooting at me through some newspaper but he has settled down to the important and commendable business of raising a large and interesting family and tells me he has three to start on Mav he live long and prosper Bro Ed Bishop as Chancellor commander Bro Joe Haselden as of records and seal tile Knights of Pythias lodge is moving along The degrees are conferred in a faultless manner and in the work each participant is a warm baby if you will permit a little slang Bro Jim Dillon performs beautifully in the lodge room and as Master at Arms Bro Jake Joseph is a bright particu lar star while Bro Louis Landram puts on the finishing touches by music On the organ Quite a num ocr have been added to the this week One told me he thought the members that joined this rank had to have a uni form but a wooden overcoat is what consists of and when the member dons it his is paid from GOO to 1000 The members the Order all over the world are tak ing great interest in the Endowment Rank of the Knights of Pythias that the brightest jewels it garners are the tears of widows and orphans that its imperative com mands are to assuage the sufferings of a brother bury the dead care for the widow and educate the orphan to charity towards offenders to construe words and deeds in their least unfavorable light granting lion only of purpose and good intentions to others its laws are reason and equity its cardinal doctrines inspire purity pf thought and life and love of truth its intention is peace on earth and to all mankind These are the principles of the Order of Knights of Pythias briefly stated for the benefit of those who think that fun and frolic and getting straddle of the traditional billy goat is all goes on in the lodge room I noticed at a prayer meeting the other night that brotherly love exists between the various denominations In talks before the audience during the evening each had kind sympathy for the other and that is what I call religion The of the various Lancaster are not as old as Mathuselah in fact three of them Revs JIassey Powell Clark are quite young in years but old in knowlegc of Him who died that we might live and like Bro McKee they tell the old old story in a quite entertaining as well as in structive There are some splendid singers here and the worship of God in is an interesting part of the serv ices The fact seems to be generally known that Bro Jim Crov Dillon is worth a heap to any town He works well in any kind of traces and the people tell what he pleases The Graded School here is an honor to the city and the school facilities of Lancaster are equalled in but few towns The teachers know their and act well their part there all the honor lies I was particularly struck with the kindergarten presided over by Miss Margaret Murphy She is certainly a world beater as to excellency in managing children and no illustrious General ever had his soldiers better trained than puss Murphy has herarmy of lit tie Lancaster tots Such unanimity of action is seldom attained as is wit f VC es f r A a QUU OUH excellent m truthand as any town tQ ladiesgreat scotts color most complimentary wlll hear offers propositions I takes With keeper swIm- mingly excellent Endowment Rank member it family remembering exercise goodwill wordsand ministers churches manner song business department nessed when she huts inI l I m atoecc oroooaaoo circu supper all exp pan that doe them I n R drill grace by comes dial grace pie of asked HQ nati do er seeds La that and low self to lows the into Bro is Wai was er The out of se I andtheykeep stepttc music in amanner bewilderingly pbsc t With them sire works in a mysterious way wonders to perform and is instilling politeness and elegance of manners in them the everyday She wel visitors in a manner so or and with such ease and perfect that I wonder why all the peo Kentucky dont visU the kinder department o the Lancaster Graded School at least once a week IMrs Humphrey Ballon if Mist Murphy is a native of Garrard Oh she replied Miss Murphy has resided in New York Washington Boston Louisville Chicago Cincin Philadelphia Chattanooga Bir mingham Pensacola Denver London England and many other cities but Inot which is her native city is one of the best Christians I ev and is continually scattering of kindness iu the paths where others move legal luminaries reflect radiant rays of ability and can hang as many criminals as any other set of lawyers They can also clear a fellow sometimes but of course they cant do for love alone They are affable gentlemen and universally courteous if ever I am forqod to hurt a fel for tramping on my toes I want to get the Lancaster lawyers to bring out tho tact before a jury that I did it in defense The Lincoln county people thathave adopted Lancaster as their home seem be climbing the golden stairway of prosperity which I presume has a free silver lining Outs of tle oldest brother Odd Pel I have struck in a long time is Thomas Waller Reid Esq who joined Order 51 years ago the very night he was 21 years was initiated the bright but mysterious leading from Jerusalem to Jericho Reid is superintendent of Baptist and said to yesterday The Waller in my name for Rev Edmond Waller a noted Baptist divine and father of Rev John a famous preacher When Iborn 72 years ago Waller pastor Of the Baptist clttireh at Keene Jessamine count He was in another portion of Ken Sunday and the Baptists persuaded a young Campbellite preach to fill Mr Walters pulpit in Keene old Baptist preacher felt millated when he returned and found that a Campbellite had preached in his pulpit that he bought 100 yards of black cambric and had the pulpit and entire church draped in mourning Bro Reid has been a delegate to the Grand Lodge of Kentucky nearly every year 185 and was DePuty Grand Master of the State one year away back in the 60s He has served able 20 terms rs Moble Grand of Lan caster lodge of Odd Fellows For 53 years a redhot Baptist a subscriber of the B p tst Western Recorder for 51 year When Rev George O Barnes was a student at Centre College away back in the 40s he was a leader in just such entertainments as the boys around Lan caster had Tuesday night in raising hales generally One night the led by Rev Geo O loaded an old cannon so heavily that it was ex petted to be heard for every direction and a fuse a hundred yards in length was attached and ignited This done they all hie1 to distant Parts of to await re suits Mr Barnes had hastened to his home and jumped into bed with his clothes and on There came an explosIon that shook the natives out of heir beds and Mr Barnes mother knew him well hastened to his room struck a match and there lay her an aitiitly sleeping the sleep of innocents Throwing up her hand she shouted Thank God George aint in this time If I know kicking when I hear it I hereby proclaim the fact that some loud long and high kicking is on in Lancaster as to the probability of the insurance naming to fold their tents like the Arab and seek a clime more congenial and conducive to health wealth and happiness The business men dont insurance agents molested and in discussing it I heard some of then use language more forcible than elegant If the are all put in jail at once this week I shall visit that institution to witness the repro duction of the Tower of Babel and get a whiff of the sul phur they will send up in quantity and quality as if it emanated from the re gions of the damned If the Lancaster boys are as indus trious in the daytime as they were in turning the town upside down Tues night they are honeys and in point wealth will be bilts and Goulds Everything wasturned over except and courthouse i t When I entered the court house Wednesday and the sheriff insisted on me I imagined it was be cause I looked was a bad manfrom the headwaters of Bitter Creek but ascertained body was searched diligently before entering the as trouble in was expected momentarily JOE F WATERS j Glorious News Comes from Dr D B Cargile of Washita I T He writes Four of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terridle sores would on her head and lace and the best doctors could give no help but is complete and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have thatElectric is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tetter liver kidneys and powels ex gels poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents sold S E E McRoberts Druggist Guaarnteed e J b t jug full gar n know SI1 H oldand Snmla school Roy tacky one so pre1011er he been and has been students 5miles in Danville shoes who boy i it then going here companies want the entertainment I 4 jafterwards that f J t jbot- tles I breakout hercure proved by 1 JI i ftt h J c knew ncasters ran ler Elmo watt h since pr has themselves businessmen ev Bitters t hem rid der Mr forT near guest M Green Mrs and Little and Mr hogs the we his and the lays but la 1m ago R ttlAHKSBURY d Perkins leaves this week Miss Minnie Royston is Visiting her cousin Miss Fannie Floyd Danville Rev W M Kuyken dan visited in Preachersville Thursday und Friday of last week Miss Emma Paris Ky is the charming of Mrs N H Bogie Mrs W Kuykendall and little daughter Myrtle leave Friday for Bowling to visit her parents Rev and Mrs E H Brookshire Mr and Mrs N II Bogie visited their sister Sam Hughes of Danville Sunday met their brother Mr W N MrsFrankMiss Julia Mae of Willisburg accompanied by Mrs James Hawkins little daughters Pearl and Mattie homelastfriends and relatives at this place J C Boner raised and sold 100 last year and pressers B P and county Monday Mr N H Bogie our merchant took in his customers 130 dozen eggs so you see have enterprise here and if the prospective railroad comes this way our little village will be up to date Mr J K West visited Mr and Mrs James Speaks at his old home Monday He Fooled the Surgeons All doctors told Renick Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fstual he would boxes of Bucklens Arnica the surest Pile cure on Eartn and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist SWEENEY Lonnie C Land of Rowland visited sister Mrs C tost week Mr Levi Bell has opened a shop near Gilberts Creek bridge is doing good business Mcssors John Brown and John Thompson of Woodstock who have been stopping with O B Perkins for past week sold 9 head of two year j mules to L K Perkins at S3000 per head and one to J C Fox at same price Miss Grace Morgan Mrs S Rigsbj and Stella and Annie Dishon were pleasant visitors at Beazleys school house Friday afternoon Pneumonia Follows La Grippe pneumonia cannot follow the use of Foleys Honey and Tar is striking down hundreds of those who thought they cured of Grippe Foleys Honey and Tar taken during or after la Grippe is guaranteed to prevent pneomonia C C J E Stormes FLATWOOD Mr E H Walker lost two valuable work mules very suddenly a few days The cause is not known Mr Stephen Walkers son John re turned home from Savanah Ga evening with an honorable dis chargo to the delight of his many friends and relatives Mrs Perrin returned home from her brothers R S Lawson Saturday where she has been spending the past week The busiest and mightiest little thing ever was made is Dr KingsNew Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of changes weak ness into strength listlessness Into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold b E McRoberts Ills Best 1 Felcrs I have done my best So he said iiu t went to rest Like u child that tired of play Lays his luad on mothers breast II Fellers I have lotto my best Hands treat few who loved hip pressed Folded were as If In prayer In the there Folded gently oer his breast III All In those last words expressed All of pain ofgrIt uugueased I Who than this can better say At the lifes day Fellers I have done my best Atlanta Constitution A Physician C uPrescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Formula on each package CURES YOUR COUGH K Ji McRobijrts s Kennedy of shippedenter- prising from I Vest performedSalve I B Perkins blacksmith dol t Pneumonia were I Saturday I NIght Jhy health that tot art silcueo IN A DAY Price 25 5Oc l Hamilton C i Vorktog and f A BUSINESS be or You Are Going North If You Are Going Souih If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC I I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R I AND 8 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the superior of sirother papers It prints more real news moregood class mutter more good storlrs than any other Issued Wednesday and Saturday A good commission to agents copie free on application Write OVRJESJOVRNA I CO LOUISVILLE Kl BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET THE CEXTKAI RECORD AND THE TWICEAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL Both One Year for Only 125 This is for cash subscriptions only All sub under Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILUC SOUTH BOUND aNumberNumber 4 Daily Number 2 dont stop SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop llrSOaNumber 5 Daily except Sunday u M a Number 9 Daily Sunday 755painters Midnight p m ID Cochran V S BEAZLEY DENTISTpain MORE 0 Sample toe Abe Flags 6a sip a lii pup r a a a i I tI trr Ps7 I f- i tF- YA WE MUST HAVE Our SPRING For The BENEFIT ol is BETTER and LARGER than OF BUYERS n AN INCREASE IHIDE ARMY LINE Ever Befofe o L 4 Gelleral Notice TheNallo I I Uptodate Neckware WEARINGEST SHOES In the State C I xKwooooo00oooooe g JL Frohman Co r THE G LOB E DanviUe Kentucky SATISFACTION C1 UAEN TEED Li= Phone 85 We have returned from the Cities with the Largest and Most Select line of Millinery ever shown in Lan caster and we cordially invite everybody to come in and see our goods Miss Lula Graham will be with us again this sea son and will be glad to wait on all of her old friends NOEL SISTERS Inl J U PJllIrIJT I IA r r II w i CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY March 231899 OO3OO3O3OGOOOOOOO3OOOOOO0 Col W S Fergurson is here from Covington this week R IT Batson is in the city this week buying spring goods Mr and Mrs Will Lackey have been visiting Mrs R A Burnside Mrs Mildred Beazley is visiting Mrs Pattie Hays of Stanford- E G Erwin of Columbus Tenn is visiting Dr J W Grant and family Miss Annie Loyd Herring entertain ed a few friends last Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs W C Price of Dan ville were with Mrs Susan Price a few days Mrs W T Browning and children of Lexington are visiting Mrs John Anderson Miss Mattie Powell of Hustonville is the guest of her cousin Miss Lizzie ThompsonMr M Logan has returned from New York with a nice line of spring goods Mrs S P Grant after a visit to her mother Mrs II A Price has return ed to Danville Mrs H A B Marksbury has about sully recovered from her recent attack pneumoniaMr and pretty Irene made a brief visit to Cin cinati last week Mr and Mrs George Lusk of Law renceburg have been visiting Mr and Mrs John W Miller Miss Mollie Smith again accepted a position in R H Batsons store clerk during the spring season Miss Mary Welsh after a pleasant visit to Miss Mattie Elkin has to her home in Richolasville Miss Mattie Thompson will assist in the trimming department this in Miss Lillie Noels millinery store Miss Graham arrived Tuesday and has again taken charge of the trimming department at Noel Sisters Misses Same Tillett and Laura Smith have returned from the cities bringing the latest style of spring mil linery Miss Mary Morgan of Stanford is here this week waiting on her niece Mrs Dr Acton who is quite ill of la grippe Corporal T W Conn of Capt Pen We have just returned from the city and can show our patrons the Prettiest Millinery Ever shown in thissec tion Kentucky We cordially invite the public to inspect Newest patterns j All theLatest Novelties Sallie D Tillett t OOOOOOOOOOOCoo I PE S01fHlt 8 I returned season Lula 1 00 3 o f OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Q I f t j r I II I IT i i daugh- terr k r tot i t rx r t I t i r M iflf r r 7fy fw r nys Company returned home Monday morning much to the delight of fami ly and friends Mr L D Routt theclever organizer for the Fraternal Order of America was here this week The order has a strong lodge here Miss Mary Robertson who has been Mrs Win Cooks guest accompanied her to Hendersonville N C vis it to Mrs E L Owsley Born on last Thursday to the wife of Mr E H Smith nee Miss Hattie Henry of El Dorado Ar kansas an eleven pound boy Robert BrankJames Y Currey of Louisville was in town this week He has been at the Kew Mammoth in that city but now has a job in New York for which place he left Tuesday Hon R C Ford of Middlesboror was in town a few hours yesterday M r Ford is very enthuisastic over the proposed railroad and is doing all in his power toward pushing the matter throughHows Goose Egg getting along at Hendersonvillc was asked Letcher Owsley the other day Willie is do ing nicely and we think he is gaining ground lIe wants to get back to Kentucky though replied Letch Mr George R Harden of Coving ton was here first of the week on bu siness He tells us his family is well and like their new home very much We tried to get him to say if he liked it better than Lancaster but he was as mum as a clam Mr and Mrs W B Moss have issued invitations to the marrage of their beautiful and accomplished daughter Lula Eudoxie to Mr Walton Eugene Moss of Henderson North Carolina The ceremony will be performed at the at the residence of the brides parents Wednesday the 29th A telegram from Junction City ays Rev Willis L Wayts late chaplain of the Second Kentucky Infantry passed through here today from Tazewell Ya where he has been called to take charge of the Baptist church He will enter upon his duties April 1 and will remove his family to that place at onceA few days ago Miss Jennie Burn side met with a painful accident which has caused much regret by her many friends and admirers She took from a shelf a bottle supposed to con tain listerine and drank probably a tablespoonful of the contents when to her horror it proved to be ammo nia Her tongue and mouth were burned mass of blisters and it was feared her speech had been im paired but later developments are quite favorable to a complete recpve bra the 16th intoa j employed Our stock of CLOTHING is selected from Best Eastern Markets 6 ry Miss Jennie is one of the sweetest and most popular girls in Garrard county and many expressions of re gret were heard when the accident oc curredMiss Mary Adams of Hustonville is visiting Miss Lizzie Thompson Misses Ballou of Stanford are Mrs H M Ballous guest The Social and Industri al Club will meet next Wednesday afternoon with Miss Mary Gill Miss Nannie Eason of Ludlow has returned home attar a visit to relat and in Danville Miss Lula Anderson has returned Ivillarney Fla where she has been spending the winter with Mrs B M Burdett Mr Wm Eason and wife were vis iting his relatives here this week lIe was enrout to Birmingham where he goes to accept a good position Mr and Mrs Ed Hamilton of Lu low who have been visiting relatives here left for VVallaceton where they will spend a few days befere returning homeMr Toe F Waters has been here all week working up K P insurance ming ling with the boys and having more fun than a pet coon He has his cor net with him and gave valuable assis tance to the choir at the Baptist church Sunday He also played in the K P lodge Friday night and his sweet notes caused the goat to prance about with renewed activity Joe finds time to come to TIlE HECOIID office and chat Capt White the lat ter having learned Joe to set type when a little towheaded boy Although he has only been here about a week he has made friends would gladly welcome him as a permanent citizen and if he will move over we will see that he gets the best of everything in the shop Pneumonia is the quick agent of death Fully onethird of recent deaths have been from pneumonia following la Grippe Pneumonia cannot follow the use of Foleys Honey and Tar 1m C C J E Stormes BRYANTSVILLE Dr Worrill of Danville will fill the pulpit at Pleasant Grove Sunday Rev Clark delivered an excellent dis course at the Methodist church Sun day evening Mr of this vicinity received a telephone message Sunday evening from Bradsfordville announcing the death of his mother Mrs Eliza Ballard returned last week from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Lexington Miss Alice Dunn has been the guest of his sister Miss Willie the past week Mrs Haselden and Airs Taylor Burdett visited in this week Mrs Rebecca Dunn visited in your town last week Mrs Jess Dunn visited Mrs Porter Dunn this week Mr and Mrs Tom Adams have returned from Florida also Ike Dunn of this vicinity Coughed 25 years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PineTarHon ey It has saved my life Resell Grantsburg 111 McRoberts Drug Store 1m f iveshere from Avery C a frequently one gallused why S Danville wmmwirwiMir WM nrwwnmrmnami wwf W J ROMANS E Is now better prepared than ever to do fAll Kinds Carnage and Buggy Work 5j Ifyou want a GOOD HOMEMADE Vehicle you can get it you want the Best Rubber Tires To Be Had You can get them There are lots of frauds in Rubber Tires on the market but you get the best by calling on us iiuiuiuii lWl WW WwW wwl iWw V i5 Elf 3 3 a r r aoNMO MNOw T a 1- t iy m 4 Little Bessie Ross is very writingMrs Murry is very sick with stomach trouble Quite a good deal of sickness in this community at present Squire Parson bought a mare from J H McQuerry for 17 D G Ross bought some fine shoats from R F Parson for 1445 Mr Charly Graves little girl Hal lie is very sick with lagrip r Mr Cords children are improving from measels and pneumonia The little son of Clell Lackey of color is very low with pneumonia Eddie Walker Jr is some better at this writing Mrs E H Walker has been very sick with lagrip Miss Hattie McQuerrys brothers and uncle J H McQuerry have made her a present of a very nice organ Mr Wm Hammack left here last Wednesday for St Louis where he has a job at 125 per day Success to you William Mr John Newland has rented S E Hammacks blacksmith shop for the present year and will begin work April 1st John is a good honest fel low and deserres a good share of pat ronage of the community The Eagle King of all Birds is noted for its keen sight clear aud distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids Sold at 25cts McRoberts Drug Store 1m STONE Mr Geo McQuerrysold a lot of hemp seed last Monday at 400 per bushel Mrs Peachie Grow sold her crop of hemp last week at 400 per cwt Fin Leaven sold a load of hemp at Nicholasville last cwt Grow sold to Jas Sparks 12 hunts that averaged 120 pounds at 3 cents per pound Mr T L Sanders sold a nice com bined horse a few days ago for 9500 Jas Littrell sold his old crop of hemp at 175 and new crop at 495 per hun dred Luther Raney sold to Mr Hiram Ray 12 head of cattle at 2250 per head They averaged about 550 pounds Milk cows are scarce and in demand in this section Farmers in the locality are bhind with their work on account of bad weatherThe is on another big boom Some tobacco beds have been burned and sowed in this vicinity Misses Edna Scott and accompanied by Mr John Lane attend ed a big party at Mr Wm Whitakers last week Weak Eyes Are made Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes kind speedily and effectually cured by the use Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store1m Gen Castleman Talks Gen Jno B Castleman one of the most prominent tasurance men in the state in an interview by the Harrods burg Democrat said A in Georgetown imposed pen alties of 24000 on insurance compa nies in Scott town whose yearly premiums amount to but 20 000 is necessary I think forthose people who impose these penaltiesto for them and therefore I recom mend that an increase of 100 per cent be made on all risks in Scott county and an increase of 50 on present rates in Frankfort and Frank lin county these increases to take by the of this I have been afflicted with rheuma tism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to be around all the time but con stantly suffering I had tried every thing I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately re lieved and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it has not since Edgar CaL For sale by B E McRoberts Druggist 1m HAMMACK sick at this rJ r weokat425 Norman Emma a ofany of u jury countya effect lOt returnedJosh Naylor percent month Germantown LF t c s Manhattan Shirts ARE THE BEST Full line Stetson Hats iX t g JUDSON Willie Raney sold a rock quarry to the county for 30 N T Grow sold his hemp crop to L Hudson at 4 per hundred The few pretty days last week awoke the farmers from their winter slum berMr Willie Whitaker gave a party at his homo Monday night in honor of Messers Relaford Preston and Willie Lane The dogs made a raid on Master Charles Grows flock of goats last week but luckily only one was killed The little fellow although grieved over his loss saved the hide and tacked it up in plain view of Poor Ridge pike Judson has at last secured an and faithful assistant postmaster although a farmer he is always prompt in his duty There will be no more complaining about letters being although some of the girls are very mucn puzzled over receiving let ters compliments of H B written on the back and would be glad to receive an explanation Mrs Tine Huffman and Master Ri ley Preston visited Mrs Bolton at Teatersville Saturday and Sunday Mrs Maoia Raney who had her broken a few weeks ago is slowly Miss Marion Ray of Buckeye spent last Monday night with her cousin Bessie Ray Mrs Margaret Stone is the only lady of this commun ity that can boast of having early chickens Mr who has been confined to his room most all winter is able to be out again Mr J W Sanders intended calling on his girl Saturday night but was disap pointed on account of the inclemency- of the weather Mrs Wm Walls is expecting her mother Mrs Moberley to return from Mt Valley Kansas the first of April she has been spending the winter with her children there and as she is quite a lover of flowers we suppose she is coming home to to her flower garden PAINT LICK We have returned from the cities with our new spring goods and invite everybody to see them We have a larger assortment than ever before We ask the ladies in to see our ele gant line of Dress Goods Carpets Mattings and Furniture and the gentlemen to see our Nob by Clothing Shoes and Hats We have everything kept in an uptodate General Merchandise Store and our prices are exceptionally low See our New Silver Ware which we give away with cash purchases Very Respect fully R L JENNINGS Co General Merchandise and Furniture Paint Lick Ky While salt affects the milk supply it as readily affects the growth and fattening of cattle as it has so much to do with digestion and because it does aid digestion itshould be in reach all the time Give me a liver regulator and I can regulate the world said a genius The druggist handed him a bottle of DcWitts Little Early Risers the fa mous little pills Stormes Drug StoreThere are now 15 beet sugar factor ies in the United States Germany has 460 in the Magdeburg district The beet sugar of Germany equals in amount the produce of cane cugar in all the rest of the world A Physician Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CU3ES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY j Price 25 50c B B McEoberta improving Jack Naylor attend Embroideries r sa sa sa sa tr f attentive overlooked collarbone Florida Havana Solid trains finest in the South Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa J3 Miami or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service to Nassau Key West Havana Santiago and g San Juan Low rate round trip tickets 3 The Train Service is per feet in detail Fast sched r v ides 24 hours to Jackson g vine 54 hours N Cincinnati tofe m 1 GA 1 7 1lHavana if m wcRtmR OJ1L r 7W M sari iaGO asPJtar S At Sun Juun Harpers Weekly of Feb 4 contains a lengthy article about the part the 16th Regular Infatry took at San Juan It has a line picture of Capt AV C McFarland formerly of this city has many friends here anti some of the company are remembered by many Lancaster people we reproduce a part of the article which is as follows We had passed El Pozo about a mile when we first came under the Spanish tire and from this point to theSan Juan River our way led through a dense jungle When about six hundred yards from this stream our regiment tiled to the right and funned in line of battle Although the enemys bullets could be heard clipping through the bushes of whizzing over our heads and occasion ally striking a man we could not sec the Spaniards nor did we their position Anyhow we pushed forward each company separately breaking its way through the heavy underbrush and wading the river along the further bank of which our line was reformed in a sunken road which ran nearh parallel to the San Juan Hill time crest of which lined by the enemys earth works was five or six hundred yards away As soon as we began to appeal along this road the Spanish lire of artillery and smallarms which hac been going on as we advanced became now very much more severe and accur ate In this slightly sunken road we threw ourselves tint on the ground ti ourselves as well as was for we were not permitted to the fire of the Spaniards whost straw hats we could see bobbing up here and there along the line of theirearth worksaway off on the crest of the hill In this position we remained fo probably a halfhour until it began to look as if there were no orders for us to do anything either to move forward or to retreat After we had been in this position a few minutes either by reason of some misunderstanding of orders which were construed to mean a re treat across the river or a false alarm of some kind just to the right of our company a number of men started to break to the rear Owing to thequick foresight and prompt action of Captain McFarland who rushed in between the men and the river and assured them that there was no order to retreat and that every thing was all right that we were going forward to take the hill what bid fair to be a stampede was prevented Our entire regiment quickly ran to the and soon clipped the tangled maze of wire and broke across the field at full speed Leading the front of rush up on the enemy Captain W C McFar land at the head of his company E reached a position well in front of the remainder of the line With our bodies bent forward as close to the ground as posible few stopped to shoot although subjected to a deadly fire from the enemy who from their protec ted position emptied their magazines into us We made quick time to reach the foot of the hill where we would bo out of their range Most of the men who fell were shot between the road way and the foot of the ridge When we reached this safe point we did not stop even to catch orr breath but swept on up the hill following the gallant Captain McFar land who seemed determined to be the first man of all in the Spanish tren ches It was hot work under that July sun to make this march I protect possible return arise fence this swift long and r X r t she know then after this rush of several hundred yards to climb time steep sides of the San Juan hut it did not take us long to reach the brow or crest where we were within thirty or forty paces of the Spanish line The enemy seeing our head appear from below the hill broke and lied from their trenches and practically ceased Our own batteries from their station fully a mile in the rear did not seem to realize that the American troops were now so near the Spanish breastworks forjust as we wet o chasing them out of the trenches McPurkmd who had led the charge and pistol in hand was in the act of firing at the retreating enemy was struck down by a piece of shrapnel from one of our own guns which exploded immediately over our heads As soon as the peared in the distance we fathered around our fallen captain and had him carried to the field hospital where fortunately for all it was found that his wound was not mortal tare had gone into the fight with o men and had 11 killed and wounded our ratio of loss being near 30 per cent Jotter A WYETH you a cough A dose of Cous sens Honey of Tar will relieve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents Im C C J E Stormes win Wear Uniform An exchange says it is reported that Postmasters of the United States will be required by the department to wear i uniform hereafter consisting of light olue trousers with red braid down the legs a white blouse with gold shoulder itnips and a skull cap with a silver tar in front If the report is true Lancasters P AF will be the finest looking one in the ot as he stands six feet three inches in his sock feet and is as handsome as the Prince of Wales Copper Colored Splotches There is only one cure for Contagious Blood disease which has completely baffled the doctors They ire totally unable to cure it and direct their efforts toward bottling the poison up in the blood and concealing it from view S S S cures the disease posi tively and permanently by forcing out very trace of the taint- I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease which was in spots at first but afterwards spread all over my body These soon broke out into sores and it is easy to imagine the suffering I Before I be came convinced that the J7 I had a hundred j dollars which was really JMff thrown away I thenfcsss tried various patent fc medicines but reach the disease iftKf When I had finished my bottle of S S S iImproved 1 and delighted with the result The large red splotches on my ihest began to and greatly improved I was soon entirely my as as a of H L MYERS 100 Mulberry St Newark N J Dont destroy all possible chance of a cure by taking the treatment of mercury and potash These minerals cause the hair to out and will wreck the entire system Captain ho un Have Ult Poisonthe octorscould do no good not before dIsappeared entirely I regained d ht kcmc and my appetite their Iiring eras was Iot stronger r The Blood I is PURELY VEGETABLE and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no potash mercury or mineral on disease and its treat meat mailed free Specific Com pang Atlanta Georgia by Swift te a G 4J C They have far surpassed our fondest expectations but we still have sizes everything If you want some of these NeverBeforeHeardOf Bargains COME AT ONCE before your size is sold We have SOO PAIRS IiABIES OXFORDS ranging in price from 75cts to 300 which go in this sale at 50c and 2 t c i r Jrf 1 j r J tS tL tta I I 1 tA t fA tA1 fft ta fA ta1j v t gJ t 7t T f 1 7t t fC 7 W7f T SI f f t T ft t T11e Closing Out Increase Dailyin most II Jfj ar oo r1W T 7 J 4 Sales We have all sizes and colors cheaper than you ever bought them before r1 1 4 CHILORENS DO MISSES EI 1 SiJ t 3 2 ij J JE E Atr G Si 3g a A msidcnfc of Kcniptcn chums U IK YC discovered a process by edible he manufactured from hay A clergyman lias figured out that 85 Is spent for drink in England for every penny and a half expended for mission nry work As soon as the null is drawn fiom tile cow strain it you thus keep the amount of dissolved tutu at a minimum If you have a cough threat irrita tion wcakluiiftf psiin in the chest dhficuit breathing croup or hoarse tress let us suggest One Minute Cough Cure Always reliable and safe Stormes Drug Store Because of the drouth in California farmers in some sections of the State have buen released from their saga beet contracts Let the rich man waste his money on poor cows if he chooses but the duirynian and the farmer cannot afford to keep a poor cow At a farm sale in Ohio a bunch oi grade sleep about 50 in number sole for 4 25 per 100 pounds This was considered a very good sale as the sheer were in poor condition Geo B Secord the well known con tract or of T Y says 3 have used Chamberlains Cough Item edy in my family for a long time and Mv found t siwrior to any For sale by R E McRobcrts Druggist In It is asserted that some of tIll vomen mill workers in Southern fact oritsacui lly live on 10 cents a day This is due to the cheapness of viget itl and fruits anti the mildness of lie i5nio iTquiring but little fuel uui only thin and cheap clothing The Ilarrodsburg Democrat says Jerry C had sold to son Spilman the Danville millers his 700 acres of wheat at 50 is nts bushel This is probably the largest individual crop in thestate and it the first important transaction of the year make a success with your you should advertise him Let the people know what he is and all about him The way to do this is come to TILE RECORD ollice and put an ad in the paper or have some neat cards printed We only want a living price for our work To allay pains subdue inflammation heal foul sores and ulcers the most satisfactory results are obtained BALLARDS SNOW LINI KENT Price 25 cts and 50 eta C C J E Stormes Fish Co Paint Lick 1m Milking can never be done success fully by a machine the mechanical operation may he there but the mag netism of the human hand is wanting The cow which has become used to the touch of one milker will decrease her yield whenever a strong hInd takes hold of her teats ire the discovery of One Minot Cough Cure minister were greatly disturbed by coughing congregations No excuse for it now Stormes Drug StoreFarmers who have walnut trees on their may have a big fortune if they will hula on to these trees awhile Only a lays ago one man 5f walnut trees for which he received 10000 in cath This was in Michigar but there is just as good walnut ii i i i r J hid will Towll1r1a I I Caldwell growing crop of a I ale i To I I B r sold j I v fcur can thc Aider stallion busing C lads few ForCoughs CroupHoarseness La Grippe Asthma BronchitisConsumption Bedford county Shelhyville Tenn Gazette 1 Sheer Sedalia Mo conductor on flcctric street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her life saved after all phy sicians had failed only by using One Minute Cough Cure Stormes Drug StoreThe Kentucky Millers Association met at Lezington last week and the grain and flour situation From reports before the association it decided thrt the outlook for the wheat crop in Kentucky is better than usual at this of year There not much activity in the Hour trade especially in the export line Tho prices will remain ahe same For a quick re nicely and cne that i perfectly safe for children let us rec ommend One Minute Cough Cure It is excellent for croup hoarseness tick ling in the throat and coughs Stormes Drug Store An exchange says fall winter and spring work is all being telescoped to just now Many farmers are shucking corn and breaking sod delay ed by the weather from last fall Oth ors have just fairly started breaking hemp which works ilea should now be comblcted Oats seeding is also at hand also clover Altogether the far mer has hishauns full The late Bill Nyc once advertised a cow for sale as follows Owing illhealth I will sell at my residence in township 11 range 18 accenting to gwermentsurvey one plush colored cow age S years She is a good milker and is not afraid of the cars or anything else She is of undaunted courage and gives milk frequently To a man who floes not fear death in any form she would be a great bout She is very much attached at present by the moans of but she will be sold to anyone who will use her right Sup is onefourthSMiort horn and threefourths hyena I will also throw in a doublebarrel shotgun which goes with her Jn May she generally goes for a week ar two and returns with a taIl red calf with wab hi 5 legs Her name is Rose 1 would r ther sell her to nonresident If your child is cross or peevish it is no doupt troubled with worms WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will remove tile worms and its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulness Price 25 cents- t 1m C C J E Stormes Hows the horse market in Garrard county now was asked a leading horseman by TIm RKCOUD the other day Well said he I never saw such scarcity of good ones before During the past few years when hors es were so cheap the people seemed to lose interest in the matter and very few good ones were raised There was a better demand for geldings than for stallions and nearly all the tiptop stallions were altered This lam is the principal reason for the scarcity of toppy horses now I know a man who recently looked all over this section of the state to buy a first class highly bred stallion and he to find one for sale I look for much breeding this season but it will be to only lirstjclass animals The plug horse is a thing of the past now and is not worth his hay but a man who owns several tojMiotchers is in clover Yes sir 1 am much ed over the horse outlook here atid for much activity in that line The results over of an indulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking i few doses of IIERBINE Price 50 ents C C J E Stormes 1m i y 2 discussed as time i ether to her I satisfied failed one look f t C encourl TAKE Foleys and Tar IT IS THE GREAT THROAT AND LUNG REMEDY I 1 DRUGLsZOiii STOIC E READ PRICES Ladies Dongola Kid Shoe at 90cts former price 125 rj 100 150 French 160 250 210 300 hens Satin Calf Shoe 100 150 Kangaroo French Calf Willow Vici Kid 160 225 250 250 350 WE HAVE THE ABOVE SHOES IN ALL COLORS w I I 1 f 125 I 325 350c 350 500 I TEE E I 200 250 u c ci cI a it A TIMELY HINT Yon should be wise and see that yonr blood is rich and and whole system put in a perfectly healthy condition the use Dr Liver Powder Then will be free from malaria fever colds and the grip Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder the best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Spruce Gum Balsam Price 25o and 50o a Bottle For sale by R E COL 73 Iff HUKUETT Gives Timely Talk on tlic Pliillplnen Tile War Etc We the American people inaugura ted a war in 1898 against Spain for the sole purpose of liberating Cuba from Spanish tyranny that we did iu a few short months with compara lively little expense and bloodshed In order to accomplish the desired end our navy under Rear Admiral Dewey under proper orders of course entered Manila harbor and destrdyed the Spanish fleet there stationed yliich wjs a good job well executed The destruction of that jleet was all that could be done there toward ac complishing the main object the of Cuba We did not propose to liberate the Filipinos from Spanish despotic was not part of the had no interest in that people and they none in us In that state of case our duty as a liberty people was to get out and away from there and lei that people work their own salvation with the nations of the world who by profin ity association and similarity in races habits and modes of life did have sums Interest in them and sympathy with them We made a mistake when we stayed there and undertook to set up a government over that without and con trary to their wishes We made an other bad mistake when we agreed to pay Spain twenty million dollars her right ill the Philippine islands We mado another mistake when we agreed to see the Spanish army safe out of and from the islands and into Spain But these mistakes have been made and the only question left to solve is how are to get out of the muddle pay Spain the 20000000 get the Spanish army out as best we can buy them from the Filipinos or any other way without fighting and then with draw our army and navy and come home It occurs to nie that the idea of Who will hafi down the flag is a mere catchpenny too feeble and weak to catch an intelligent people That we can conquor the Filipinos can doubt that we can whip them in battle on land and on sea is a demonstrated fact that we are not afraid of them is too plain to admit of a doubt that we are not afraid of any other nation interfering with us in our movements to subjugate those people Is i settled proposition Then why not haul down the flag 3STo one can say we did it through fear or cowardice and most certainly we can not make by fighting and conquering an half dressed in clouts and armed with bows and arrows We dont need the islands for any either their markets or their products Then why not haul down the and come home and save the lives of our poor soldiers from a miserable short life in the jungles and a horri ble death from burning sun and dot ble dyed malaria Haul down the flag and let that ignorant deople be free according to their own liking dont enslqve them We love liberty and hate slavery and so do them not death is the way things look to a man ill the of Florida untrammeled by any other motive than the love of country who ants no place or position state or national military or Killarney Fla B w BUUDETT Dlscoveaed by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutched ubon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests but her organs were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she cleat all night and with two dottles has been absolutiy cured Her is Mrs liUtherLutz1 Thus writes w c Ham nick Co ofShelby C Trial tIc free a R E IcKoberts Drug Stx re Regular size 60c a 4 ljOQ t I Otto Mcl oberts I I freedom ruleit programwe loving lout other people their soJicitation I for any theygive oJUce tI vital name is none 7 R hot u e e t j f Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT cures the most obstinate cases Price 50 cts in bottlo tubes 75c 1m C C J E Stormes John Shaw Pardoned FRANKFORT Ky March 22 Acting Gor Worthington Monday afternoon pardoned John Shaw who was sent to 1894 to serve a life sentence for Shaw was at the time a resident of Vinton county Ohio and a majority 6t those who signed his petition for clemency were people in the Buckeye state Sew Trial for Thomas JJakcr FRANKFORT Ky March 18 The court of appeals Thursday awarded trial to Thomas Baker of Clay county who was sentenced to the penitentiary for life lie was con earned in the HowardBaker feuds in that county in which several men were killed The admission of incom potent evidence is the ground for ranting the new trial Death of Judge Noble LOUISVILLE Ky March 22 Judge L II Noble one of the leaders of the republican bar and party in this city died Monday morning aged 80 years Previous to the last general election he was on the bench of the criminal of the circuit court having appointed by Gov Bradley to fill unexpired term Three More Deaths Ky March excitement exists at over the death of a young man named Franklin who died Monday of spinal meningitis His home was at Hop kinsville Two deaths from the mal ady occurred at lIorganfield Mrs Wise and child Wrong Man ccured OWEXSBCHO Ky March 18 Deputy Sheriff Johnson of McLean tour ty brought Frank MeJIinley here a capias pro fine instead of John R McKinley McKinley was set at and accompanied Johnson back homo His llond Fixed IToDGEJfviLLE Ky March W with shooting and J R Hayes the veteran here had his examining trial afternoon and was held to await the action of the grand jury in the sum Qf 250Q o Reduce Telephone hates LOUISVILLE Ky March 19 An ordi Dance requiring the Ohio Valley phone Co to reduce the price of rent for telephones from 5050 to per month in thiscity was adopted by the lower board of the general council Among the Missing FRANKFORT Ky March 20 The name of John C Underwood is in the missing list of the Windsor hotel fire Jt is feared the missing man is Gov John C Undenrood who Is one of the best known of Kentucky public men Deaf From Heart Failure HOPKIXSVILLK Ky March 21 While making a social call Saturday night William expoliceman fell from a chair and suddenly expired of heart failure Child Burned to Death FAIRMOUNT Ky March 6 yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Emanuel Toothman was burned to death during the absence of the family the Committee LOUISVILLE Ky March 19 The committee of the state corn mercial convention will meet here Sat urday at 12 oclock to select a time and place for the next state convention Drowned Himself In a Pond HENDERSON Ky March 19 D N Brooks aged 40 a farmer of Webster county jumped Into a pond and drown ed himself ExConsul Green Dies In ah Infirmary LOUISVILLE Ky March 21 Warren Green consul to Yokohama under Clevelands first and son of the late President Green of the Western Union Telegraph Co died Monday at the Norton infirmary in thit city of pneumonia Ottos Sprue Gum Balaam A physician can prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce The Formula Is on the Cures your Cough In a day to take cry for Price25c and For Beautiful Complexion Us Dr Carlatadta German Liver Fewder B E McEoberts t L the penitentiary from Lee county in murder anew Ian 22Consider 01 liberty 18JIngleby charged killing hotelman Thursday 3 I 21The from executive Dr Verypleasant For been ice Tel JlYadlinton house Meeting administration C T I u dale by c 11 R aJt vh r tri We Still Have a Nice Line of Goods and We will continue to take meas ures for Suits until the stock is closed out IMAf 7i Furnishing iE T So CONSUMPTION CURED Dr Ottos Gam Balsam will care any case of consumption if taken in time starts a slight cough or cold you will use Dr Spruce Gum Balsam I you will cure the the lungs and throat and avoid the most dreaded consumption Delay in attending to aslight may cost you bottles Price 25c and SOe For sale hy I It E MciioberU DEATH IN A BOX CAR Belief That a Deceased Tramp Had Small pox Another Report That He Died From a Blow lie Received PADUCAII Ky March 22 An un known white man was found dead near the Illinois Central Y in the portion of the city Monday night at 11 oclock lie was a tramp and had been noticed ill in a box car during the day One report is that he died of small pox Coroner Phelps was sum moned and is trying to get a jury There is another report that he died from blows received Great excitement prevails over the discovery The man has only one arm A case of smallpox was taken from the yard of the Bcddick River infirmary here Sun day to the pesthouse The alllicted came in from Fulton Ky and had gone to the infirmary for treatment There are now only two cases of small pox at the pesthouse Asks For a Xew Trial LOUISVILLE Ky March Schmidt the saloon keeper who was music box and slot machine has asked for a new trial Schmidt says an at torney of the company advised him to run the machine Kentucky Soldier Killed PARIS Ky March 22 Wesley lien nessy brother of Miss Annie lIen nessy of this cit was among the killed in the recent fighting in and around Pasig Information to this reached Miss Hennessy Monday afternoon Ilennessy was a member of a Nebraska regiment Tour Can Destroyed IIorKixsviLLE Ky March 21 A col lision of two freight trains on the Lou isville Nashville railroad at Chaly beate Springs Sunday resulted in the destruction of four cars and contents as well as both engines being badly damaged No trains have passed here Sunday Loss to railroad heavy Elopers Slarrled Ky March E Pal lerton a prominent young attorney and Miss Pansy Rardin daughter of W J A Rardin editor of the Greenup Gazette eloped to Portsmouth O and were married They returned and were forgiven Smallpox at Bowling Green BOWUXG GREKN Ky March case of smallpox has developed hero The patient is a NSgro who came from JJvansville on the boat arriving hero Saturday night He has been asso ciating with other Negroes who will be quarantined Suit For 825000 Damages FRANKFORT Ky March 23 The ex of Raz Breeden gf this county filed suit Tuesday against the Chesa peahe Ohio Railway Co for 25000 damages for the killing of Breeden last he was crossing the in a buggy Half Interest Iu a Distillery HEMJEKSOJT Ky March 19 Ilenry Kraver has purchased a half interest in the Worsham distillery from E P Milet The plant is worth about 812 000 and is not in the trust Five Years in the PeR PARIS Ky March 19 In the circuit court Green Jackson colored was sentenced to five in the pen itentiary for stealing barrel of from a car atthe K M depot last fall Allied Himself With the Unitarian Church HKNDEKROX Ky March 19 Rev John L Robinson for 12 a lead ing minister in the Cumberland Pres Lyterian church has renounced that faith and nominally allied himself with the Unitarian church DIGEST YOUR roOD I Ninety percent of all sickness is caused not properly it creates Mas and toes blood and then you areliable to almost any disease the humanIs heft to Use Carlstedts German LiverPowder and watch the results You will feel effects after taking one dose Give itbe 25c Dr Ottea Sprite Gum Balsam Yaur Ca h far Children This is where gets start and if Otto s diseases suburban 22Louis penitentiary effect I19E 21A I monthwhile whisky years by f poI I C Jat the I sate i S i GREE cUP C railroad 5 Friday years Wood Mottle Tod y- R E MoRobart3 I7 J BOON TO RiAfJKlfifDsL O ftRT 9y iiDibafli W gI a LJLZad CURE PLn New Discovery fo the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERZ ALL OTHERS HAVE RAILED TUBES DY MAIL 75 CEiTs BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES FBALUUiD Sole F fiv 310 North Mala Sireaf ST LOUIS MO A STORlIES DRUG srrORE jri 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