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TENTH YEAR Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky cts Second Crass Xatler t iMifn t 7 f1 t fp NUMBER 3 s I i he LOUIS LANDRAlI Publisher BliXLIYftBlUGmi FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAI and CAVITY EM t BAMMING a SPECIALTY Carpets c- r Lancaster Ky I are f Jam K r r- J v 4c r Y LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 20 1899 SPRING OXFORDS ON DISPLAY ic LEVIESIf you want a nice pair of Up ToDate Oxfords Call on us Our Styles are the Latest OUR PRICES THE WBSTL0 REMEMBER our Mens all wool suits a 500 The greatest line of Snits in Gen tral Kentucky at 750 10 12 and 15 and get a suit they are going fast ltens Made by Florsheim of Chicago You will buy a pair OUR NECKWEAR IS THE LATEST OUR BATS ARE STYLISH OUR Off DERWEAR WILL PLEASE YOU Shirts for All killn all LOGAN ROBINSON Everybody prices j A liens Saddles 275 up Good set Harness 750 ExtraBlind Bridles 75 2 Good Back Bands 25 All Leather Collar 85 Pair Trace Chains 25 BREECHING HAMES COLLAR PADS Best Tap in Town JR HASELDEN Col W G Welch Stanford W I Williams WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky ill business attended to promptly TwoHorse Lancaster LOOK i J SEE OUR MENS PATENTLEATHER l awnwir nwfwwnrwww mimmmtwarn w nr WK LOCAL HAPPENINGS 1 lJNIIJIINIUIl11 Jl1IJlIJI ISIlIIJN1611d1lNIl1l6dIl1lAUlld1l111 1 Ladies Oxfords at JosErnisV We lead the vats on Taffeta and Fancy Silks JOSEPHS A Carpets in the roll J A Beazley Co See our line of Ladies Oxfords LOGAN RoBINSON We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley Go The Kay Pea goat goes the third heat tomorrow night There will be work in the Fellow Craft degree at Masonic lodge Monday night Closing out our flower seed Ver low prices for two weeks J C THOMPSON Experience has taught us how to measure you for a stylish toilor made suit LOGAN ROBINSON We can show you 1000 samples for tailor made suits Come to us we will dress you correctly LOGAN ROBIN I wish to rent out the property be longing to Mrs Susan Fisher on Lex ington street Possession J W SWEENEY Car Iron and H B cott Building LoU If to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres cheap T CUKUEY Dr McKee Absent Dr J L McKee will not be here for the next two Sundays but his pulpit will be filled by some minister from Danville the Corn Planters tivators Johnston Roller BarrintfDisc Harrows Deering Binders Notice to Creditors All those having claims against the estate of Mrs Catharine Leavell decd will please present them prop to J C Adn r Wm Herndon Atty ap20 sox Bone The nest OR Hoosier and ers G erlyproven Hen r given immediately Wanted North You want Brown Cul Diow SGA Fs i- es wig dfr c t ys Beautiful crepons at JOSEPHS See our India Linnens ladies J JOSEPH Machine Needles and Oil J C IfnOMPSON Buggy and Surrey harness very cheap W J ROMANS Seed Sweet and Irish Potatoes All kinds Cheap at T Curreys Will give for eggs this week II B It will interest you to see the lovely Pigues and Ginghams at JOSEPHS Late styles of sash buckles S5c up THOMPSON the Jeweler If you want stylish tailor made suit leave your order with LOGAN ROB Clover Timothy BlueGrass Grass and Seed at G S GAINES Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay sold and delivered anywhere in GS Gaines Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Nutritious and Digestable Nothing likeit H C Potts Ky The largest and line of Buggies Surries Pheatons Wagons ever seen in Lancaster Prices are rock bottom W J ROMANS Take old Buggy Thaeton Road Wagon and Surrey J Romans and have them mad new we are turning out the Vwork ever done in Lancaster W J ROMANS Eggs and price paid Bripg them in before prices drop H Keep it Up The stores of R H and R E McRoberts are receiving fresh coats of paint Others should be treated in like manner ForBeat The Room over Post office make good offices Call on W T West or W McQ Johnston for particulars W O Bradley ra S cts doze IxSUN Orchard Oats Buckeye beset b Wane d Chickens I3 Bats to- by 1 and Road your tto N Good Northcot large Lodge Will f 4 J i- CUL s t dn v x Barred Pljniotlirocks I have a fine pen of the above and will sell at 50 cents setting of 15 They are medium splendid layers and mature early Leave orders at McRoberts Drug Store tf R W McRoberts ElectrIc Railroad Monied men are thinking seriously of building an electric railway between Richmond and Lexington Richmond merchants are kicking like bay steers and say it would be a death blow to them Big The Danville Advocate says Theo Linney of that city caught a bass in Dix river weighing three pounds will place a stack of blue chips C Price beating this catch ere the season is over Are you there Harry Tine luTrouble Prof Joe DeBoe of Jessamine county is in jail charged with money under false pretense He borrowed Wm Naylors horse and sold same to W A Arnold The case is set for Friday before Judge Brown Pay Your School Tax The Garrard Circuit Court has that the Lancaster Graded 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 Important Itleetlu The Commercial Club will have a called meeting in the Poliece Court room tonight Thursday at 730 Very important matters are to be and every member should be there The meeting is the place to do your talking brethren Wow Stand We are 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 2t POTTS Bios Christian Endeavor The meeting hour of the above so ciety has been changed to four Sunday afternoons It meets in the Christian church and everybody invited to attend Now and Seasonable Goods 16 and 18 inch Disc Harrows Two horse Moline Champion Corn Planters One Horse Corn Drills Tongue and Tongueless Cultivators OneHorse SpikeTooth Cultivators Double Shovels etc For sale at bottom prices by J C ROBINSON Henry and John Duncan have their shops and are now in the old stand over Powells store Public Square and Lexington street Polite attention sharp razors clean towels and many years experience fit them to do the best of work tf To the Convention tion delegates Tuesday to attend the railroad convention in Louisville yesterday Messrs W O Bradley D R Collier Lewis Walker and W H Harris went down to rep resent Garrard and they were to vote for H S Irwin Trustees Election The terms of Messrs B F Hudson and Lewis Y Leaven as trustees of the Graded School expire soon and an election will be held the first Saturday in May to fill the vacancies be a difficult matter to find two men better fitted for the places and the people should reelect them without any opposition whatever Will Have an Organ For several years many members of the local Christian Church have an organ used in the services but on account of objection t was put in A vote was taken Sunday morning and resulted in 124 for and 24 against the instrument It will be ed all the time now under the skillful hand of Miss May Z Hughes County Court Monday Next Monday will be county court day and a big crowd is expected in town THE RECORD will have a rep resentative on the street and owing for subscription or job work will be asked for the money scribers as a rule are prompt but there are a who seem to think we do not need money Please be prepared Monday wren you are asked to do so No Ticks There gentlemen write THE RECORD saying there are no seed ticks there and if Judge M D Hughes is fighting them in that pretty little city he brought them with him We once spent several weeks in the good county of Estill and were royally treated by her cultivated and clever people We believe their assertion for during our stay there we never heard a single seed tick If Jude Hughes has heard any we will gainst his return borne H al ire n er s gS a 1 chickens onT obtaining decided Common CoIl 1 discussed quality Next consolidated corner The republicans in county instructed wanted I everyone Our sub tcsettle Two 0 t c 7 ere ocl p 5i2 s Fish Pro conv selected Itwo net pays thee Irivine true 1- C r Ir ys 1uY e old n ire by to no a is is Work Mrs Carey Anderson who made a ck wide reputation on laundry work at Crab Orchard Springs now lives at toll gate on Crab Orchard pike near Lan caster and will take work at reason able prices She makes a specialty of lace curtains shirts collars and cuffs shirt waists bonnets etc tf Come and give your measures and save a few dollars Best quality at shoddy prices from Wanamaker and Brown and Howard Tailoring com pany You can get the first choice coming now and order suit to come when you want it Snits tailormaed from 10 to 30 Readytowear Suits 750 to 20 Come while I am at home Fit and quaranteed All wool M D HUGHKS Agent Circuit Court t SaJivUIe Circuit court convened at Danville Monday with Hon E C Warren on the bench Judge Saufley being unable preside on account of illness In instructing the grand jury Judge Warren attention under which the insurance companies were indicted in other counties it be ing his duty so to do but said he had method of telling whether or not the law was being violated it being the duty of the jury to determine that point A well written account of a wedding was received at this ollicc but as no was signed of course it could not be printed It is the universal rule of news papers to require signa tures to contributions not for but to show titer ar ides art from a reliable source We will take pleasure in printing the notice if the author will make himself known A splendid letter from Paint Lick was also unsigned Our friends will please remember this rule Mrs Helen M Barker treasurer of the National W C T U will deliver lecture at the Court House next Monday night the Mrs Barker one of the most widely known lee turers connected with the W C T U and her appearance here will be a great treat for our people She is earnest worker for temperance those who have heard her have been greatly benefitted and encouraged people should give her a large audience and thus help a noble cause and encourage the local Union New TclepUone Connections The Independent Telephone Lines continue to make distant connections and the following additional towns can be reached through the exchange here Bradfordsville Campbellsville Greensburg Gravel Switch Leb anon Livingston Mitchellsburg Park l Perryville Penick Rileys stat ion Russell Springs St Marys Spring Held Tatham Springs othei points West and South of Lebanon Before many weeks the whole of the Blue Grass region will be connected by Independent lines lion Green R Keller Our sanctum was honored Wednes day by a call from Hon Green R Kel leI of Carlisle Mr Keller is one of the most widelyknown and popular men in the state For many years he has published the Carlisle Mercury one of the foremost Democratic pa pers in Kentucky and his name is quite familiar to newspaper readers He is a candidate for secretary of state and we know of no gentleman who would till the office with more dignity and ability than he Demo cratic leaders here say he can count on them standing by him thro thick and thin The Press Boys At a meeting of the Executive of the Kentucky Press held in Louisville yesterday the invitation of the Business Association of Henderson to hold the annual meeting in that city was form ally accepted and the date of the fixed for Tuesday July 11 On the evening of the twelfth the editors will leave Henderson on special sleeping cars for Chicago where they will arrive at 830 A M and at 11 A 21 they will sail on the steamer Manitou for Potoskey arriving there early Friday morning They will remain at Potoskey until Sunday evening when the same steamer will be taken for the return trip So says President Wool folk in the Advocate How ToGet Rich The way to get rich is to trust no body befriend none get all you can take all you can get stint yourself and everything that belongs to you be a friend to no man let no man te friend of yours heap up interest be mean miserly and despised for some twenty or thirty years and riches will come to you as sure as disease dis appointment and death and when pretty near enough wealth has been accumulated by a disregard of the human heart and at the expense of every enjoyment death will finish the work and the body is buried the heirs dance and fight what you have left and spirit goes where By all get rich It will pay the Nicholasville Journ f S called tothestatute Sign your Xuuc publication t- Our Columbia Texas and safel Committee Association meeting devil ys s t i Laundry Reader forltuJttness quality name lIoudaiNiohi tilt atc stills Men over the means Y nr Ra e t s aft ONE DOLLAR A YEAR hi eo Rev Cropper ofKansas City an exKentuckian has been lug a series of sermonic lectures in the Christian church in this city this week to the edification of his audit ors His lectures of an iujtellectu al character discussing problems the reign of universal law He an entertaining talker and has the happy faculty of entertaining his audience as well as logically treating his subjects He has discussed the following topics Materialism and Soul Sleeping Exposed What is the Soul The Philosophy of Continued Existence after Death from the of SelfEvident Truth He will close tonight with the subject The Taproot of Infidelity Extracted With out Pain Come and enjoy an ever ings entertainment and instruction These lectures have been highly com plinenteil by the best people of the town and all are of the opinion that they are of great good to any coiumun ity A KOKISJ3CMJ ACCIMKST Ueatli ofJohn 9 Youn ly EHstrcBMi Accounts in Arz papers of the death of John D Young show accident to extremely sad The young man was born and reared in being a son of Col J Hoe Young and grandson of Mr W A Anderson of this place The Phoenix papers say he was for a while connect ed with the 31 P railroad but it and took a course in mining at the territorial universit from which graduated a year ago lIe war soon employed by the Elkhart mining com pany with which he was connecter vhen killed The shaft where the incident is four hundred feet deep with several landings 3rYoung had come out of the mine his days work being done and changed his clothes An officer of the company wanted him to return on an errand out Young protested as the bucket had been condemned Others insist ed and the boy started on the journey Fie had proceeded scarcely twenty feet when the bottom broke out of the oucket and he fell to the first landing a distance of more than one hundred feet He was instantly killed though body was not disfigured in least A few weeks ago he came in possess claim which proved to be a rich property in the Chloride district A clay after he made the strike he was offered a large sutra for it and tel his father to come and ad vise with him and Mr Young was there when the accident occtirecl The deceased was 22 years of age and fine specimen of physcal manhood u Lectures of a nigh Order Tno T are under Standpoint Ixtrcnre the h o cured then uu of a r szs Phoenix Lancaster let IS t He was unusually bright and intelli gent and the Pheonix papers say had many friends in the West The Pheo nix Herald says funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church con eructed by Rev Ferguson of the Christ ion church and the body was laid to rest in the K P cemetery The ily have much sympathy in bereavement ZttYORAISliE REPORT Railroad Committee Brliij ncoura iu XeiVMlroiii Headquarters In Xew York John M Parr returned a few days ago from his trip with the railroads committee to New York and is full to overflowing with enthusiasm over the proposed new road According to the committee were ush ered into President Spencers office and received a most cordial reception The plans and ideas heretofore given the readers of THE RECOUD were to Mr Spencer together with a complete statement as to the resour ces of the counties through which the road would pass the tons of freight received and shipped by each promi icnt town etc etc Mr Spencerask ell many questions as to facts and fig ures but the committee were prepar el to give satisfactory answers to all To sum up the whole confab the pres ident asked that copies of all surveys heretofore made be sent him at once that he may lay them together with the statistic before the board of di rectors The fact that the president f so great a corporation would spend wvenil hours of his most valuable time In talking over the matter and the further fact that he would ask the people to go to so great expense as to jrive hundreds of pages of surveys copied goes so show there is much foundation for hope of the road being constructed Mr said that when the board of directors met they would more than likely send a corps surveyors to uo over the line and make a careful examination of same The papers requested are being and will soon he in the hands of the officials at New York Our people should bear the fact in mind that to get the road the county will have to give the right jf way Some may think it will be any way and they might as well what they can out of it but Jear reader there are several other routes which can be easily taken leay ing Garrard out and the counties will quickly jump at the opportunity to secure the road Dont let anyone stuff you with the idea that the road is OUXD to come here few stock of those fine drapry for mantle lamp shades etc J C THOMPSON tams their great H appointment presented f prepared important papers DZIo Spencer j ll j You should see Our Sine of Carpets BUY You will find Good Qualities AT LOW PRICESI- n CarpetsMattings- y and Floor Oil Cloths I BEFORE YOU Q 71 c lOGAN DRY f a fv Tx- r e GOODS Co a FSt r r- YJr rkvtir4 Y Y raiKV rJr 1 Ii t I u r tJ NTRAL RECORD r1VERY EE1t COY rooms HENTUCkYII LtNDRUE pwhtherL- CASTEfl UNt SIX I n1YIiMOITfl8 y 189S SAM JONES may use slang but tells the gospel troth in nearly nil his sayings Speaking of the trusts says The man that has got the bone says nothing The other fellow whO hasnt got it does the growling J 7ish there were trusts enough for all of us but there are not These gfsirt combines and trusts are like the political cilices of the country the fellows who have got them want to hold on and the fellows who havent got thorn are nearly dead to get in Of course the thing will go to seed some day and these massive fortunes and monumeminl combines will crum ble and fall of their own weight and woe be unto him on whom they fall IT hIS 3xn learned that had the ytir In Cuba licarj continued Gen Fitxhu Lee would have led the as sault upon Havana Of coiisc he would have swept everything before him and captured 1he city a victory which every American wanted to see principally because of Gen Loes treatment at Havana just before tilities began Jen Lee was of the exceedingly few volunteers who understood warfare and being a con riecnis Li b Mined man his attack upon the city would been watched with as much interest as those of the fleet sentiment in favor of shoving aside the professional politicians is growing and many pipers over tIme taken up the cry Awa vitn Them The Jessamine Jour nal knoclcs center of this point when it sny Tlw time has passed in Ken tacky when any kin f a i a can be put up and elected to ofliesr It is not democracy to force upon the people a man who is no more qualified for ollice than a mule is to sing a solo IK his speeches Col William Jen nings Bryan says the free coinage of silver will be the principal Issue in the next presidential campaign As its nearly two years until the election Mr B seems to be n exceedingly far sighted man In these days of ware and rumors of wars theres no telling what questions will be before time people in as much as six months hence BACKHITIXG was the subject of a Louisville preacher Sunday It would 1 2 well if more of the pulpit pounders would devote this evil There are very few churches without a lot of member who continually talk about others Such people couM nut break into Heaven with a pickaxe Tnt Embalmed Beef inquiry iias grown to be as stale as was the meat furnished the soldiers If you suJTer from tenderness or full ness on the right side pains under shoulderblade constipation bilious ness sickheadache anti feel dull heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid and congested DeWitts Little Early Users will cure you promptly pleas and permanently by removing the congestion and causing the bile riubts to open and How naturally THEY UtE GOOD PILLS 1m Stormcs Drug Store Texas Farm and Ranch says The unquestioned shortage of range cattle and the somewhat increased ability of the people to buy beef promises well for the cattlemen Prices of cattle are high but high prices is what makes business move while low prices tend to stagnation VcnIi Eyes ire Made Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any bythesalve Its put up in tubes and so on a guarantee at Mclloberts Drug Stc e 1m f T c Plymouth Rocks are among the or breeds Pneumonia la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough readily J F the undertakers 1m t t re e ll I O on wcr tate have f I time to mgtOllucd antI affected Usethisbillor rmes Drug April 2 ii I losI TiT prcacluirigng IN d 1 4 s j acre tfiSlL- Tiio States cor umes about 15000000 muttons per year Do not pour frsh w rnis milk iie same vessel with old cold milk It will start an acid fermentation It makes no difference how ball thee wound if you use Dc Witts Witch Hazel Salve it will quickly heal and leave no scar lui Stormes Drug Store Timothy hay should never ba ted to sheep as it often causes a derange of the digestive tract And tim is of a fat forming nature hence is as valuable a food as clover and other grasses which are rich in pro ten The pig is a very quietdocle animal when well treated and cared for But he is a hard customer to handle when you rub him the wrong way Lack of plenty of water and proper food will cause pigs to become unruly People who have once taken jjc Witts Little Early Risers will never have anything else They are the famous little pills for torpid liver and all SnegularHins pf tto system im Stormes Drug Store The Dairy World says that 2000000 cases of tondcnsod milk were put up in this country during the last year and that more than half of this was in this country The rest was exported mostly to Japan China and India The demand for American condensed milk is steadily on the in crease Little neglected scratches and wounds frequently result in blood poisoning Better heal them quickly with De Witts Witch Hazel Salve a thoroughly antiseptic application with a record of always curing piles old sores cuts wounds and skin dis eases Stormes Drug Store 1m What is said to be the largest he g ever raised was recently slaughtered n Xcvv York The animal was a Jersey red boar two and Qnehaif years old feet from tip of nose to the end of its tail two and onehalf feet hams and six feet in girth Many people suffer untold tortures from piles because of the popular that they cjui not be cured Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them It has met with absolute success Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75c C C J E Stormeslm A wellknown Chicago commission man says To attempt to build a beef structure upon a Holstein or other dairy breed base would be to im the man who built his house on the sand The wind of the market would sweep the structure away fen swoop and financial disaster at The e horrid fits of depression mel ancholy low spirits and sudden irri tabilit that sometimes afllict even good tempered people is due to the blood being with black bile Herbinc will purify the blood restore health and cheerfulness Price SOcts 1mSomepaying 875 to S1CO now for farm mares They quit raising horses because they thought the world might come to anend or that farmers would not need horses or if they did that they could always buy them for 25 Xow theywish that they had kept up their breed ing just as the cattlemen could notsell their best pure bred cattle at any price up to 1S7 and in 1899 boom prices average WO to 500 The Breeders Gazette gives the fol lowing recipe for sugarcuring porkAllow the hog to cool thoroughly before cutting carefully turn hams andshoulders and split the sides in twolengthwise Sprinkle bottom of barrelwith fine salt juicl rub each piece ofmeat with salt Pack in barrel withhams on the bottom shoulders nextand sides on top After three dayscover the meat with brine made as follows Water eight gallons salt twelvepounds sugar three pounds saltpeterthree ounces concentrated lye threeteaspoonsful Boil all together andskim After cooling pour over themeat Leave in brine from four tosixweeks then smoke as desired Thebrine should be strong enough to bearup an egg fatal ofJlflfirtOUi all diseases a guaranteedremedy refundedC lm 1J j ti t o iTjx hen len J tJ Irs r17 Qf Q 1 landFox hi i1eighJolllooa 750 p Unit 1 otlv not ulcers dressing impression Jers y misguided permeated i arc the Kidney ItO Ulon cOn it S111 ito of DanylliC nurc t113 Pork at t micron ate ill folio iGll8y OUT i DANVILLE KY d ar a- eo i PureDrugSiP neStationery II j ZI OZler flrrzc uu u uu l lUU U U uit i fflfliUrz I IT I t C 4 STATE NEWS PICKUPS G t p c ss q r rtrg j O o oarto a t io IiI fII O oOu6 DS oI rwi wi SHOT FOUR TIMES The Son of a MethodIst 3Ilnl9tcr Fatally a Companion in a Disorderly House at Falmouth Ky FALMOUTH Ky April 18 Sunday morning about 2 oclock ata disorder v in this city George II Greene of Warsaw Ky shot and fatally George Kells of Williamstown Ky Kells being shot four times once in the face just below the left eye twice in the left side and once in the left arm lie is now at the point of death and Greene has been and lodged in jail here The parties were friends and were drink hag freely when the difficulty arose in the shooting Greenes father is a prominent Methodist minister at Warsaw while Kells father and people in Grant coun ty are large property holders ing Louisville 1Iant Sold LOUISVILLE Ky April 15 The Ah rcrs Ott Manufacturing company of this city has sold out to the American Plumbing and Lead Pipe company The consideration has not been madg public but is known tQbe mon than SlOCOOOO Tho combine is said to bo incorporated at 30 000000 and the Ahrens Ott plant is the largest it has acquired Mr Theodore Ahreus president of the company who has been in New York making negotiations for thin sale wired Thursday evening that it had been consummated Absorbed I y tho Trust LOUISVILLE Ky April La tonia and distilleries in Ken ton county were bought in Tuesday by the Kentucky Distilleries and Ware Blouse Co The Latonia plant is ono of the largest in the state and is finely equipped The Maddox house is con smaller The consideration is not stated The demand for is increasing and prices remain firin with slight advances Dr Combs Victim Dead RICHMOND Ky April 15 As a re suit of a pistol shot wound by Dr R 15 Combs Charles AYillonghby died at College lull Friday morning Combs and Willoughby had been bitter enemies for months The men met store by accident and Willoughby struck Combs with an ax handle al most braining him Combs shot his assailant They had quarreled about a woman Uargo Wrecked on tho Tails LOUISVILLE Ky April barge loaded with Russia iron from Pitts burgh to St Louis was wrecked the falls Friday against a pier of Pennsylvania bridge The barge and its cargo are a total loss The iron is valued at 5125000 on which there is 550000 insurance The barge was valued at 55000 The barge was being taken over the falls by the harbor boat Fulton Tombstones I rokcn in a Wreck LOUISVILLE April IS There was a wreck in the Illinois Central freight yards here Sunday afternoon in which five cars were completely demolished The accident was caused by careless ness in having a switch open One of the wrecked cars was loaded with tombstones which were broki n into a million pieces The damage probably amounted to 510000 Hen IlolIuUay lias Not Gone Lame LOUISVILLE Ky April IS The port sent out from this city that II olladay the favorite in the a handicap and Suburban hajl goii lame is denied by owners anti trailersDr Ilarthill veterinary surgeon says he examined the horse a few 0vs aXand fousd himfto be in Ci 2Jeqt con dition Cotn an Senator WORTIIVILLE Ivjj 4pril 1C Thedemocratic con ntion for the Twentyfirst senatorial district in session hereFriday nominated f Q Coleman ofTrirnbjt for state senator De Havenwho hail carried one county withdrawing on by Central RIChMOND Ky April largocrowd wItnessed the tgiatc league game of baseball playeS thisety and the Kentucky unive ityLexington Vithdraws From the KajTp ntiriiixsviLLE K April ISi YrotJ C Duffy of this city is in acard in the local papers anrtoancing his withdrawal from the democratic nomination fbr intendent of public instruct on Had No OnpasiUnn PAIXTSVILLE Ky April re I publican district conVeutin whichmet here nominated Ron John P De I Long for representatW in the Ninety sixth legislative dist at DC Long had B no opposition IB May IJempsteatt toStart H LEXINGTON Ky April 18 Mr Hal P Headley states that heand Mr 2sor P ton have decided to startMay Hempstead the Tennessee derby on Tuesday unless she should go j wrong before that date Must Be Tried in local Courts fj OWENSBOHO Ky 18 Word comes fron Frankfort that the attor I ney general will decline to institute fj proceedings to forfeit the Daviess county gravel road charters but will j remand the cases to the local courts a proper tribunals I Physicians Me ai STANFORD Ky April 17 Sou eastern Kentucky Medical associatiVa and the jsuccessfui one Wounds house injured arrested resulting i 15The whisk inn 15A on ly Brook foil A t Ween but I ra for the a tI W Thc I i I Stan ford tIt met Many physic ansl r ur rounding counties were in atten1a fCemeeting was t sid th Maddox erably alt ti rein 1k iu Interco Iie lee per t here from TEE THIRD KENTUCKY It Was Sluttprcd Out at Savannah Ga XucscJsjir OtJicr Trocpt Arrive home Front Ilavuua SAVANXAH Ga April 19 The trans port Thomas has arriVcd at quarantine with the 31st Michigan infantry regi ment and one battalion of the 3d United States engineers front Cenfuc gos on board The transport Havana also arrived with two battalions each of the 15cl and 2d engineers from Havana and Matanzas After go lug through quarantine the Michigan troops will be sent to Augusta and the Sd engineers to Atlanta for muster out It is possible the lid engineers may also go to Atlanta The ad Kentucky regi mont will arrive Tuesday front quar antine and be mustered out here The cad Nebraska regiment will arrive at the same time from quarantine and go to Augusta to be mustered out ROAD REPORTED SOLD KumorH Hint tl n lrutikfort Cincinnati i4lUv y Has t litingcd Iluruls Louis- Ville iirokurs Effected FHAXKFOUT Ky April 10 There was a well grounded rumor here Mon day night that the Frankfort railroad has been sold and will pass into the hands of the new pur chasers May The purchasers are not disclosed Louisville brokers en gineered the deal The road extends from here to Paris 40 miles but the new extremity frogs hcre to Alton connecting with the Southern railway in Kentucky The road was built in ISST and was sold at receivers sale two years ago for 81GOOOO The original cost was over half a million Practice UeftvH tM Interior Depart mont VASHINGTOX April 18 The follow ing Kentucky attorneys have been admitted to practice before the in terior department George A Horton Alex Win D Tolle Glasgow N L VVicklilVe Tamcs M Simmons Bowi ing Green II II Davis Ccntertowjj Joseph I Landes Ilopkinsville Nar uiaduke Ilargett Brooksville In Potters FleUK- LEXIXGTOV Ky April IS Acting Coroner Royalty has learned that Vm J Johnson killed in the Cincinnati Southern freight yards and buried in potters field is the brother of I Johnson a member of the Pennsyl of representatives Whisky Still in a Smokehouse COLUMHIA Ky April 15 Deputy Kcvenue Collector Will Hawkins and Deputy United States Marshals Page and Coffey raided a moonshine still on Wheat Williams farm nine miles from here Thursday The still was of 75gallon capacity and was located in a smokehouse Mart Wheat and Jack Bennett who it is charged operated the still were captured Desha eInlon csi lireckinridKe Chosen LEXINGTON Ky April is Ureckinritfge tr of th I appointed guardsWhichUreckinridge was for jicriy an aidcdecamp on sta T Gen Lrcckinridgelarry Sesto V be mUG cr V lalyzc tho Stomach J5ttRA7Jf KJM April 19 February of Pine Grove was taken and violently ill and died The c rcumstanccs seemed to indicate poisoning and his wife and step hter Minnie Flynn were arrested and bound over The court ordered tte body of the dead man exhumed iind Drank Carbolic Acid LEXINGTON Sj April 19 Despond ent on account of continued sickness Robert Grehan aged 32 drank carbolic acid at St Jiofjephs hospital Monday night and iliad from it effects The deceased the oldest of Prof Greham a weHl knowu educator of this county HS discom forts and dangers of i hcan be almost en tirely avoided 5 pectant moth ers It puts them in to do tncar work and hastens recovery after has also brought happiness to thousa barren years A few doses oftein brings should I neglect to itfor this troubLi cures nine cases out of ten All druggists sell Wine of Car dui ico per bottle For cases SJwdal The nooeaTenn Mrs W OISA HALE ofJeflfcrsan Cs tsjsn I flrsUook Wine ofCardulwe had been married three buteould ni t have any children meatto Uteri ne girl baby P7eiIIY Deal Cincinnati O o ryEP Buried van zplipuse Herald advoca tilt nd of this citywill ir as the regimental band 1ilt n uddcn1j the stomachanalyzcd wa son ErJ ta I tj ofCarduil rehe ves ex tonetcthegen condil Jon Womanbear Wi n ofirdl longfor f In address symptoms the Li dIes Advisory Department Co CJiattiI hiss II can theN lia been judge i tA Mothers I ji l pregnancy Ivies requIrfa s Cbs ttanooa Wite a tft IfiM When Nature is overtaxed she UiSiHiLtiiU her own way of giving notice that assist ance is needed does not ask for J JIATHfiP Q APP JlUfe fielp until it is impossible to get along without i U it Boils and are an indication that j the system is accumulating impurities which t must 4 e gotten rid of they are an appeal for assistance j a warning that can not safely bo ignored to purify blood ac this 5time menns more than the of pninful boils and r 5 unsightly pimples If these impurities are allowed to K jjjp is remain system suooumbs to any ordinary illness and is P unable to withstand the many which are so W3 Sprevalent during spring and summer rs L 2001 Second Avenue Seattle Wash tC Vjsays I was afflicted for a lon time with pimples whichwore very annoying as they disfigured my face fearfully JlgifWAfter other remedies in vain S S S promptly iv and thoroughly cleansetl my blood and now I ina complexion whivh I never had before y- xtfgSSSfcs W H of the A G S i R R Chattanooga Tenn writes iiik boils carbuncles broke out upon me causing great pain and annoyance My blood seemed to a and nothing I took seemed to do good bottles of S S S cured me completely gSi and my blood has been perfectly pure ever is the best blood because it is purely vegetable one that is absolutely Iron from potash and mercury Itpromptly purities tho blood und thoroughly cleanses the up fc 2i tn out nIt impure blood took free to any address by tho Sift Specific Co Atlanta Ga 1 18d Pa 0 I r IDf i AW r l 11 a i a I I TiT has FOR HELP I atu yanc rth ffl i tit apt Soveral rg riotous Si Ismce tJr s S S FOR THE nQD i md s the only Rheumatism goo Tt IJVL3I i I3 J C sayfi jcL w B we 5 irciiiuieiit The Sweet Young Thing But Nvlij should not women enterpolitics The Savage Bachelor Too manjbosses there now Indiaaaixiris Jour nal Very Much Heated The Circassian Whats the matter with the two Fire Wild Man Oh some hot words passed between them N Y Journals DUIcrcncc Dauber 5 confess that I have interests I live art Friead Youd find it much less agreaable to live by Topics Her Question I told her she would take the cake sheddingAndme What kind she queried wedding Brooklyn lAte ulterior for my itTown L Th terse ito I AM 88 YEARS OLD atiJ never n d any remedy equu to J r cells PiaeiRoney It rivet qatck anti permtneni rpliel to grip as well as ccnglis and colds k j weak 1 nans strong lira H A MstcJIo Peducah Ky fll 1 tr l It 9 SHOUT IF AND TELEGRAPHY B Itoujfb on the Doctor Mrs Bright Johnny did the doctor come while I was out Johnny suspend h r his play Yes ma He felt my PillS looked at my tongue andshook his itail and said was a serious case u he left u and said K tl call again in the evening Bright Graciotjs me It was you I sent Kim to 5u xvaii the baby Ally Slopar Wise Lad What will happen to if you are good Urtle boy asked tbeltindly old lady Ill get a stick of candy for being good And will happen to you if you are barT IH get two sticks of candy isinjr to try to be good Cliicacro Post j i prescription you 1 hat for prom tMrs see I v Sing out the old Ring in the new Ring out the falso Ring ia the true We bring to you the new anti true from tha piney forests of Norway Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough tJ DFt SELLS PineTarHonay 5 Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his HneGraduates of college tni iiie s notices Write fora beautiful book testimonials front graduates prominent positions all over tire United States it will be malletto FRIJE thl hv yet via the Queen Crescent Route from all points to thIs International S S Convention Atlanta Ga April 2629 Confederate Veterans Reunion Charleston S C May 1013 Southern Baptist Convention Louisyille Ky May 1118 Dedication Kentucky Monument May 3 Biblical Assembly Charlotte N C June 202 Low Ratesri m i i i 51I J G r s 1 Ifi If rKMIAU6A I MONUMENT National Military Park DEDICPTI0N OF THE FAMOUS AT AT f I KENTUCKY ma MAY 3rd 1399 CINCINNATI W antI all points in KENTUCKY via the QUEENAND CRESCENTROUTE Cincinnati O O L IdlTCKELL Div Paaar Agt Chattanooga renD B T SWIFT PasaV and Ti Sct A t Ierlngtoa Ky 4Rates 1 From t l CTEASwZnLL IhtvPassrAgt Our Fine Red Durham Bull Will make th present season on our farm 2 miles from Lancaster on new Danville pike and will serve cows at 100 iIoney due at time of service AM and ED BOURNE d X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BUYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY M Surveyor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO SPRINGFIELD IKSUKAXOE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF XEW YORK iooinsonitnio Office ovei Post Office LANCASTER K 1 ill FIRE and LIFE h SUR 1GE FIRE Agts TUCKY ORGAiIZED t8i3 I t AIID MLUINE I g u SOLD BY JilL GOOD DRUGGISTS Settles Only SOc arid 100 Sizes BS SURE YOU GET 25c lafiess euT3r gl A BUSINESS EDUCATION Is nbslutely nccesfary to the yonnp ihan or young woman who would wIn success in liic This being conceded t is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rant THE EIirANT STKATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY HEfflB SAM1I B1BI OFLAJfCASTEKFY Surplus Fu3id 5OOOO BCSINiKS SOMCITilD Oacrefnl amlj ropjpt Attention Qui mutea i J if HiGGIKBOTUAJ- LBWIH Y LKATELL B F HUDSON ft O RlGNKY CD WJLLXES President VicePresideat Caahicr Assistant Cashs Bookkeeper DIRECTORS J S JOHNSON T 31 AKNOLD U C ARNOLD JB B F IIUDSO JJWAISE JACOB 7 ROBIKSON L KSNKASSOS Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Five Insurances Companies Etna of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort- IJienix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford British and Merchantile German American of Jfav Liverpool and London and Globs I also represent the old reliable New York Ufa Insurance TREES PLANTS VINES Fruit and ornamental Trees Shrubs small fruits and every thing for Orchard Lawn and We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogues on application to HILLENMEYER phone 279 Lexington Ky I I J Cpi e lUUUO f JMHIOGINBOTILit Iriris YLxs7sis ALEX GIBBS s7QcDQQQ Sort Y ark COMP fY SDri 1899 Garden H P pP r s TH Great care was taken in Selecting our Spring Lines and we can nowi show you MI K9H MB3 MTV TY9TQ U p EVER EXHIBITED IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY 0 A 0- 0 W fl A i V 111 1 fI W n OlD TH AD a N tB 0 L QD a I D rfJ nt H 3jfl cI frj t1 rn l1 fS frtor 1i tl PI ill 1t A b tI 4 4 Lb V P P The Nobbiest and Best CLOTHIIG NECKW ARE SOS HITS SHIRTS C D G B 4n 11 i tiiJ Jill Frohma GiJaIlili uU lvi leJ i1 ld K1 kr r v STIlL t rww rr a i y 4 Millinery Millinery Do you Want a Real Hobby Spring Hat If sa gn Everything strictly New Goods received daily Goods and Prices to suit everyone Phone 85 to NOR Leaning Milliners I S SISTERSqthe Uplo date CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY April 20 I89o PESOf4RLi4 Q4 OCOCXKXC 4 e 9 H 40 0 0 Clay Hamilton is in Cincinnati Ben Herndon made a trip to Louis yule this week Mrs Eliza Gresham is visiting friends in Livingston Miss Hallie Hamilton is visiting friends in Nicholasvillc Miss Nancy Harris has returned from a visit at XcCrcary Miss Maggie Tomlinson was a visi tor in Danville the past week Mrs Geo Patterson is spending a few days in Lexington and Paris George M Patterson made a bus 3neis trip Richmond Saturday Miss Eugenia Bush has returned from several days visit to Stanford Mrs D M Lackey returned Satur day from a visit to relatives in Mrs J S Edminston left Saturday to make a visit to relatives in Crab OrchardMiss Martha Elkin has returned from a visit to Miss Pearl Burnside in Stanford Dr and Mrs Donald McDonald were visitors to Lancaster relatives Satur day and Sunday Rev W L Clark and wife are the district converence at Burgin this week George D handsome wife of Lawrenccburg visited relative here first of the week Mr J W Pumphrcy and wife spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Tankersley at Silver Creek Mrs Bettie Landram leaves this week for Hyden Ky to assist Dr Me Donald in evangelical work It is reported that Col W J Wil more and family will move to Nicho lasville Jessamine Journal Mr John Moss and cousin Miss Colston visited Mr and Mrs Eugene Moss in Lexington this week i gOC tJ Richmond attending Luslc and c c oc oooo oooa4aoco 4oo4boooho44- i t a r 1 k t Paines Compound Gives Strength Celery I I Best spring medicine It makes the We sell and recommend it I JllIIUIJ unturrw weakstrong Mr J F Estes and wife nee Miss Rebecca Tope of Kirksville spent Sunday with Lancaster relatives Misses Louise Kaufman of and Van Greenleaf of Richmond are guests of Miss Lizzcttc Dickson Paris News Miss Mary Holmes Lusk of Tluston Mlle and Mr Win J Cummins of Chicago visited Mrs Emma Kaufman a few days since Mrs Joel Lunccford happened to painful accident last week by falling and breaking her wrist She is some better at present Mr Jacob Joseph made a hurried trip to Cincinnati last week to buy more spring goods his trade laving been much larger than he anticipated Capt W J Kinnaird returned to Nashville Monday Pigons friends are glad to know that his foot is about all right again and is giving him no troubleRev Donald McDonald and wife are very anxious to locate in Danville if they can find a residence to suit them They want to either buy or rent Advocate Herbert Kinnaird the cleverest buy in to An accepted a position in the Merchant Tailoring business with J C Ilemphill where he will be glad to have his friends call and see him lIon W B Mason is in Cincinnati selecting his law library He will open an otlice next week Keg is a natur alborn lawyer and what he doesnt know about preparing a case isnt v oth knowing The Danville Advocate is oilicially informed that Hanan the wealthy shoe manufacturer has become in Rev George O Barnes work in Washington City and will provide any funds necessary to the successful prosecution of it Rev Lucien D Noel formerly of this city was lected moderator of the Transylvania Presbytery at Dan vine an honor which was justly desert ed Lucien Alcorn better known by Lancaster friends as Wink was made clerk at the same meeting By some oversight mention was omitted in last issue of the likeness of Miss Mary Welch which appeared in the CourierJournal Miss Welch near Nicholasville and is a visitor to friends in this city resides frequent Lancaster a- very has interested evangelistic See our Beautiful Line all Paper NEW DESIGNS Best Quality tow Prices I OF E MTROBERTSR j 1 I i Her sweet face and harming manners have made many friends and admirers hereMr Ed wife of Stanford visitors here Wednesday The Social Industrial Club will meet with Miss Alice Hudson next afternoon at halfpast two oclock Mr W IT Harris and wife of Car lisle are expected this week to visit his parents Mr and Mrs E W Har risA card from Judge Joe S Robinson orders his paper changed from Los Angeles Cal to Pleasant Hill Mo lIe says We leave here on the 15th for Saw Francisco Salt Lake and Denver Will stop awhile in Missouri I have some fish stories to tell the boys when 1 return home We have enjoyed reading your paper each week better than a letter from home Sretaw was in Burgin several days last and this week looking after the endowment rank of the Kv of P order Every body in this part of Kentucky knows who Sretaw is they have all had a chance to read his inimitable letters from Stanford and other points Those best acquainted with this gun tleman prefer calling him by his right name Joseph Waters once of the Interior Journal now of Central Ken Messenger The Eagle King of all Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and 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 Tile Garrard Banner In looking through some old records circuit clerk Will Hamilton ran across a copy of The Garrard Banner a paper published by Gen W J Lan dram and Saml E Carey in 1850 It contains much interesting matter to older citizens and lots of things also interesting to younger ones Ads of Wm II Kinnaird dry goods boots shoes etc Miller Reid tinners G F Sartain and of ninny other people whose names are familiar Clerk Hamilton also found a sale bill dated Sept 1836 which a lot of property and 9 slaves consisting of men women and bojS young and very likely LOVING ItliiUKMBRANCE or Mrs Elizabeth ITIcKve Smith who DIed April 18 1898 Twelve long months have passed dear Mother Since you was taken away For always 0 dear one I miss you Always will to your memory be true I loved her no tongue can tell How much I loved her and how well God loved her too and he thought best To take dear Mother home to rest Death has robbed me of my Mother Whom I loved and cherished dear It was Mother yes dear Mother I can not help but drop a tear Often from my heart comes a bitter cry Why oh why should my pother die Then comes the answer so solemn and deep Child your Mother is but asleep Mltf MCODV IlAKDEJf Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumpison Dr Dells 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 im Colored Recruits The War Department has wired Lt W T Johnston recruiting officer at vice sending the former to Fort Grant and the latter to Fort Doug lass Salt Lake This cellent opportunity colored men to get into the Army Recruit for white Infantry and ry regiments are wanted A pply to LIEUT W T JOHNSTON MOtf Main St Lexington Ky I I Moritz and I were tuckyBurgin appear atty at law IN I applicants young I Wednesday offered N Nf ane t a i A BKILLIANT A1WAIH Tho FllppcnArmstroiig Wedding the Social Event of Texas The current issue of Beau Monde the leading society paper published in the West contains a threepage des cription of the marriage of Miss Min nie May Armstrong granddaughter of J White of this city to Mr Edgar Flippen of Dallas It also contains several excellent halftone illustrations of the bride the tions and bridal party The wedding was so beautiful and elaborate that we reproduce the following which villbc of great interest to the many friends of the lovely little bride back here in Kentucky who love her for her many excellent traits sweet face and manners No princess of the realm could have looked more to the manor or been surrounded by a daintier bridal than beautiful Minnie Armstrong on Tuesday at high noon when she was led by Air Edgar Lucus Flipped from the garden of girloood into the kingdom of wifehood In Mural scheme it was a wedding of the lilies in bri dal cortege a Gibson picture and in tout ensemble the acme of taste and good form and a triumph of beauty elegance and style Happy is wealth when combined with taste and good form without effort and in this wed ling this fact was paramount The elegant Armstrong home was trans formed for the marriage of its eldest daughter into a veritable bower of lil ics Two thousand or more of the peerless white blossoms were used in the decoration From the flowery slope of California came Olympian and Callas as chaste as the snowcapped mountains over which they passed to join in the anthem of Easter lilies plucked from our imperial state In the stately reception hall they about the console and staircase and fell from and traceries of smilax strings caught in the carved stair rail and through the handcarved Beaujolais arches With slenderleaf ed palms they flanked the doorways entering the suite and formed a white and green hedge across the oriel alcove where Carricos band play ed the choicest from its repertoire The beautiful double Marie salon was disrobed of its Vernis Martin cabinets and Louis XVI inlaid tables and brocatelles and into an altarroom with a great shower of lilies falling from a cobweb of asparagus fern wOven by the ions the frescoe across the bow win duty end of the room As the first notes of the bridal clIo Lohengrin sent through the house with exceeding sweetness by the rare mezzosoprano voice of Kate Schneider accompanied Miss Clark the ribbons across the front arch of thealtarroom were lifted and Rt Rev Garrett Bishop of Dallas and Dean Stuck of Saint Matthews Cathedral entered in high nuptial robes and took their places in the lily cloistered window As the sweet notes lost themselves among the lilies Car rico sent forth the inspiring strains of Mendelssohn and just as groom entered through front arch by his best man and brother Mr Wir H Flirpsn the library dcors were drawn back by ribbon girls and the bridal party came through a of smilax and lilies and proceeded to the altar through the lily lane The first to enter were two pretty child ren Master John Matthews ana Carter bearing two kreat white satin cushions monogrammed in gold and set with jewels Uppn one lay Use wedding ring and on the other The Marriage Vow according the Episcopal faith bound in white satin and monogrammed in gold Follow ing the cushion bearers came the maidsinwaiting and groomsmen al ternating in couples After the usual crush of liveried entered bearing an Elite cream cake and punch colla than for the guests and the bride and grcbm led their attendants under a of ferns and lilies into thediningroom where a bridal table of regal beauty and splendor greeted was a great round laid 1 a I Dallas Capt F charming born draperies window Antoinette over t rus from Miss b attended curtain Louise congratulations one 1 oJ j deco a May bloomed transformed S they thou waiters f 1 ri c If you have you probably need a medicine like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop the racking cough incidental to this dis ease C C J E Stormes 1m first with snowy white satin andover laid by a magnificent cloth imported for the occasion of Renaissance lace The sideboard buffets and were shrines to the bridal and the white breakfast served in live courses by Boedeker the Easter lily in frozen creams anti exquisite course calling forth a round of admiration The places were marked by great love knots of broad white satin ribbon with the personnel done in gold and at each ol the laid for the young laclit were beauiiful loving cups of mousse grce and engraved with the brides initials and wedding favor to her maids At her cover a large one in the sumac rich design was placed by Mrs J L A Thomas From these the toast To the Brtde was drank maids permitting their cavaliers tosip from their love cups The bride is not only endowed with great beauty of face and form and charm of manner but she is a young lady of rare mentality and musical that has been developed by the best schools in this country She is al ways beautifully poised her perfect composure and sparkling repartee ad ding much to the pleasure and tone of her wedding She was truly a dream of loveliness in her rich bridal rope f lilywhite Persian crepe de safe by Wailer after a model by Dou cet for the Countess do Castelane The full princesse train was bordered by trench folds of the delicate frabic and draped by a twenty inch flounce of rose applique in peplum effect caught under a deep Vandyke of the folds in the back and hung over a skirt of white taffeta inserted and frilled with real lace The princesse corsage was laid in folds caught into poufs under the bust and thestockyoke and sleeves of finely shirred transparent Tnousse line were draped by a round bertha of the rose point and fastened up from tock frill to train ruching in the back under tiny bowknotsof the crepe Her veil fell into filmy clouds over her snowy gown caught to her sunkissed tresses by a superb tiara of diamondF and over her arm she carried a shower bouquet of Bridal lilies Her maids all carried companion lilies the favor of the groom and the groomsmen wore boutonniers of liliesofthevalley the brides favor Miss Johnetta wore a darling little gown by Snow of white taffeta frou froued with kiss ruchings and veiled by an overdress jf white point desprit scrolled in white curled ribbon form ing spiral bowknots for the Infanta waist yoked and sleeved with shirred 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 used Dr Bells PincTarHon ey It has saved my life Grantsburg Ill McRoberts 1m BLOWING HIS OV HORN ILtve You Had the mantelpiece blossom introduced icesthis corers line de crystal set in filIi dateher standingthe talent fashioned ribbonthe t C Rosen Drug- Store Grip reliable C its silverleaf I beard you sing but where I sat I could not see you Ah that was had the frame without Ally Sloper unfortunateyou 4 L1 r t l the nITAWAY t 4 j THE FROCI i 1 THREE uTTON CUTAWAY Copyright Hart Schaffuer f- tyj- fly w Marx You ought to be particular when you buy a This style of garment is meant to be dressy It must have care ful workmanship and The graceful lines and perfect fit ofour Hart Schaffner c Marx cutaways make them popular with good dressers A man looks well in one of them and the materials are the best that money will buy This is the label cutawaysuit tailoring prettiest lie ever V Unnnirht in Sallie B Tiliek I JXOTHAYS JIHAMILTON JEKoDis oj M Attorneys aril Coiniselers Law LANCASTER KY Turnpike Notice Notice is given that a meet Tiiir it3tr river Tut iii ike Co will lie lion lriigc oil Saturday flay G 1VJJ atJ oclock A M to a of Pi rector to jurve eu ueira year JOHN MILLUK Irusident IA Yr T 7r eade j 1 utf1 t J RrY IDYY r JO ii n Hays Hamilton at of the belt ut hc the W L493 I THE a rKA I i i IaL r ill ruo- pax l- kcr t hr rAy S T thUThLi CAPITAL 110000000 OF LANCASTEIl A President Jxo E STOEirES Vice President Wu H KINNAIRD Cashier lIY R DRS1Y Yj 8 C DENNY Assistant Cashr HART SCHAFFNCR A MARX GUARANTEED CLOTHING SURPLUS J20OOCOO J F JB Bookkeeper ROJI SON I B T EMBET Asst Bookkeeper DIPECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jab E Stormes KNIGHTS OF PVTHiAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed ED BISHOP C C J S HASELDEN KR S 1 D Cochran I McC JOIIX S 1OX JOIIX T JO nSTON JOHNSTON mm Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY VANDERBILT By old Droniion and out of a Gray Eagle marl 1 hands high and has proved himself a j cd breeder lie is known as the JaUanay horse of Madi son lie will make the present season f 18 at my old home place f mile from Fll Lick pike and li miles front Point Leaven at due when the fact is asier twined or marl parted with Lein on colt for season money Will also stand the tine Jack WALTER at same place and terms lie is 15 hands high and proved himself a good breeder AV L LAWSON Lancaster Ky NEW LIVERY I have purchased the ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Vey Best Rigs on the shortest notice given Com morcial Travelers RICE BENGE W H HOSHAL CO Commission Merchants UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O information cheer fully furnished Consign your stock di rect to us Phone 7346 W S BEAZLJSY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Offlc In New Thompson Building t 5 TO rnSURE A LIVlliG COLT retained au Val Specialattention J a the 4 Money CattlellosSheepi regarding Ii ye stock Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others AllKia dsFariu Machinery AlwaysonHand G S G JNES v F a4xqtt r l 7 S j mmtmmwwwflf fflw From All Parts of Carrara 3j Uin1tnnlt1 11 jnn fm fre 0 lUA lUAUA UUUUHUA U 4 U i L= Lid Doolln is under treatment of lir CoweD of Danville and is in i ifirmary at that piece Tic in poor health for quite awhile Mss Emma Leavel of Point Leavc1 her sister Mrs Mary Sunday and Avns accompanied by John Francis j Misses Jennie G alley of HyattsvUir and Ethel West of your city attend cd Sunday school here Sunday after noon Gardening is in full blast in fact farmers getting in all Kind of work since winter broke and the women God bless them they are doing then part in sweeping the yards putting out flowers etc or rather playing in the dirt as one man was heard to re marl Died on the 13 inst of consumption Barton Teater He was ajnember of and loving husband and father leaves a widow and one child who will gratly miss hire His remains were interred in the Chapel cemetery beside his two children who had gone on before one a bright little boy died since Christmas ills many friends tender to his family their deepest sympathy On the 17 inst death again visited us anti claimed another of our worthy ctizers Uncle Thornton Anderson as he was familiarly known He had reached the age of GG years and had been sick very little in his life until about 6 weeks ago when la grippe tacked him and settled on his lungs He was conscious to the last recogniz ed and conversed with every one who came in his room He realized condition but said he was not t 5 die Burial at Buckeye cemetery Tuesday afternoon The berojivet window and children have the of the community Even the most vigorous and hearty people have at times a feeling of weak ness and lassitude To dispel this feeling take Heroine it will impart vigor and vitality Price 50 cents 1m C C J E Stormcs 3Iargaret Sutton has been suffering with grip the past week but Is some better at this writing Rev AY M Kuykendall offered his resignation at Saturdays church We hope the church will not it but will recall him for we gret to see him and his estimable fam fly leave Mrs Joe Ilcndrickson is spending the week with friends and relatives in Pineville Ben Hughes and wife of near Lancaster spent Sunday with their mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Mr Robt Humphreys and wife spent Sunday with their parents Mr J C Boner and wife Mrs Humph reys will spend several weeks Theo Dunn and wife and little son Robert of Paris Ky attended ces at the Fork Sunday and visited Mr Simeon Parks and wife near Bry- antsvilie Mr Newton Grow wife and son Will of Pleasant Hill and David Logan were the pleasant guests of their cousin Mr Win Long and wife last week J D Bridge editor and proprietor of the Democrat Lancaster N 11 says I would not be without One Minute Cough Cure for my boy when troubled with a cough or cold It is the best remedy for croup I ever used lin Stormes Drug Store The farmers are very busy plowing Tvfio Pointers baby is very sick with brain fever Charlie Graves bought John Gibsons crop of tobacco for 3c per lb W II Purr sold a horse to John A Gibson for 50 lie also sold a load of corn to Mr Smith for 3150 per bbl There will be preaching at Good nope next Saturday and Sunday by the nastor Hey J A Pike of Brod head AI you have piles CURE them No use undergoing horrible operations simply remove the results of the disease without disturbing the disease itself Place your confidence in De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It has never failed to cure oTiiEusitwill lot to cure YOU 1m Stormes Drug Store Charlie Murray who has been a few days in Lexington has re turned Wm Campbell and visited her sister Mrs Jake douse Sunday J IT Miller and family spent Sunday at Mrs Florence Corm neys J t c Ir vJ BUGk e I th Ii steen ar time rethoc1ist churqh and was a II sympathy Ii nw arasury meeting accept l1 r of Dccatur Flatwooth tim It fail spending I Yi vited kie a hid Mir i 1 1w ser IlL r wi Dr J Jennings has locate I at Lock No S Miss Claud Arnold was elected Sum day school delegate to attend the con ifcrence which began at Burgin last Monday night and Mrs B P Swope church delegate Mr Montgomery and Miss Ida Dunking were married on the loth by Rev Kinlccad As they arm both partial friends of the writer our best wishes go with them and may peace happiness and prosperity attend them in their future life is our wish While looking over some old papers in the post olnce at this place a copy of the Central Kentucky News was found dated July 10 1873 S W Hedger postmaster in your town at that time and your present pot master T West was teaching his first school in Madison county and many other interesting items were found in the seWS Mrs Hannah Sweney is visiting J 0 Poor Mrs Dora Moore of Burgin visited relatives here last Sunday Jim lUng visited in Bus gin Monday Miss Alice Dunn o Danville is visiting her sister Mis Hallic Hamilton was the guest of her sister Mrs Dunn Sunday Sirs John visited her mother Mrs Hills day and attended preaching at place The Misses McClure of Orchard were the guests of Mrs Dr Elliott last week Dr Elliotts tie son been quite sick is much better at this hag Began will visit her daughter Mrs Wolford in Lexington next week By allowing the accumulations in the bowels to remain the is poisoned DeWitts Little Early Risers regulate the bowels Try them and you will always use thorn 1m Stormes Drug Store Mrs John L Wylie is very low with consumption ansi death is expected at almost any hour Messrs Addison Hendrickson and Newt Todd who are attending school at Georgetown came home on their wheels Saturday and returned on Tuesday Mrs Amanda Moore of Illinois is attending the bedside of her mother Mrs E J Wallace who continues ve ry low wtih but little probability of recovery Time drought which lias already last ed for nearly a week does not sepm to have discouraged our farmers in the least but on the contrary they are go ing ahead at their work with greater rapidity than at any time this spring Rev Geo Hendrickson who for two years has been pastor at the new Bap tist church here tendered his resig nation last Saturday but we are not informed as to whether it was accept ed or not lIe preached fir them the following day but left no further tip pointincut Jim Al Wallace our migratory man of leisure came in Sunday af ter an abKence of about 19 months During his absence he spent more than a year in Missouri took in the Omaha Exposition and returned to Jessamine county about four months ago His many friends here are glad to see him again For cough and colds there is no med icine so effective as Coussens Honey of Tar It is the ideal remedy Price 25 cents and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Sweeney The school at Beazleys schoolhouse is progressing nicely with very good attendance Mr W L Lawson sprained his Jack Thursday by lifting too much injuries are not serious and we hope he will soon be out again Mrs 0 B Perkins spent Sunday with her mother at Rowland Mrs R E Thompson is visiting her moth week in Mt Vernon Oscar Hiatt of Wallaceton spent Monday and Tuesday with relatives at Swee ney Herbert Hall and wife of Lin coin spent Sunday with relatives at this place Miss Sarah Holtzclaw returned home Saturday from an ex tended visit to relatives at Cincinnati Mr Jens Brown of Stanfordspent Sunday with Mr W II Brown- fe A r e for 50c Many people have been ney Diseases by taking a 50c bottle of Polcjs Kidney Cure C C J E Stormes 1m id B rantsvi1n1I V w V f I Mss A thaI lit who hts Mrs entire system 1Q I I Q er this cured of rhe- ather 1 Mitie till ira Waiacct11k 8 I GOING DOWN HILL People suffering from Kidney Diseas W es feel a gradual but it steady loss ofstrength and vitality They should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparationo- r O MS QHfG t 7 I d 1 M Irene Prc lofii L ey Folgcr Nettie Preston Mary g Preston are on the sick list Mr L D Mitchell opied a school Seotts Fork Monday him uclf success Mr L M Crutchfieia visited his brother inlaw Mr John White of Nicholas ville Sunday and Monday MissErsula Simpson of Buckey who is with her grandmother Mrs S W Anderson spent Sunday with HG1Q oils The Charlie Boy visited us agt yi last week with a load of freight and took back a load of sand and the TaHs City was also here Sunday morning- T L to Banks Hud son his crop of hemp at 450 per hun dred stud also his crop of hemp seed at 250 which he has delivered at Lan caster Messers J W C S and F F Sand ers N T Grow and L D Mitchell visited friends and relatives in Jessa mine Saturday night and Sunday and attended preaching Little Hickman Hemp has surely taken a boom at Judson as the correspondent reported week before last and I also make a move that the correspondent buy Master Charles Grows goat hide before it is worn thread bare as there is so much talk about it it will not be worthless Mr Charles White left this week with his 250 walnut logs which he had bought from different parties in this vicinity He took them in raft as far as Mr White will ship his logs from there to Cincinnati We think every 0110 ought to and try our new gravel roatls The great mud hole just across the crock on pike has boots filled up with crushed rocks and a heavy coat of gravel put on The pike leading to the river is also graveled we have good prospects of better roads now 3Iises Mattie and Pearl en tertained a number of their young friends at their home last Sunday Missers John Lane and Torn Hicks vistcd relatives atBack creek Sunday fMrf John Davis has moved his family to Madison Misses Jewell and Retrice Sanders visited their grandmother Mrs Rebecca Scott T L Sanders has bought of differ emit parties about one hundred and seventyfive barrels of corn at 115 and SI25 per barrel and has erected a new ratproof crib with a largo shed on each side in which to store the corn the new building improves the looks of the place very much He has also been stretching the American steel wire fencing which he says works like a charm and he advises all who have fencing to do to buy this kind If you arp interested in horses you should subscribe for the American Stock Farm Lexington Ky The price is 200 per year but you can se cure it from now until January 1 1900 for S1QQ Jf you will mention this pa per when writing marSOtf Mrs Billie Pyehoijsc Ijas ala Ben Kennedy sold 12 hogs to G A at Sic J H Thompson sold 50 hogs Mr Poor for 3c J S Pcttijs sgUl 70 hogs to S Mom gan for 3 35 Alph Arnold sold to B F Ilobinson 15 hQtjs at 31c We had a show to stop here for three Jays last week Will Elnjprc sold a horse to Richard Robinson for 25 Uncle Flem Cummins sold a horse to Milt Grason for 25 J P Bogers sold a nice mare to Mr I5dyirds for 75 cash M Blngham of Pineville was here last week on business James Miller who has been sick for time is able to be out again J B Hutchins has been gone to the mountains several days on business Everything new and stylish in Lad ies fine Oxfords LOGAN ROBINSON John Cress has bought from John JJaylpr Jr his piece of land here for 250 Mrs Green who has ben teaching a subscription school at this place is down with fever Bro Mahona has resigned the pas torate of the Baptist church here his resignation will take effect in June Born to the wife of John McKenzie time IGtu fine girl all doing well cx cept the fattier he has not got out yet We have had some beautiful lays Sopeople have their gardens made and farmers are getting ready to plant COrA J Mr John Payne of Lebanon was visiting his mother here some days ago Will Land was here one day last week Mrs Mary Elmore who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home at Jellico liss Hattie Cummins attending the district Conference at Burgin this F Gross will leave for Missouri this week Mothers Beware of 4hose secret robbers of quiet and health Those sleepless nights and long hours of tiresome vigil are caused by thoso terrible enemies of childhood worms Destroy and remove then with Whites Cream of Vermifuge Price 25 cents C C J E Stormea j T sto ue dams we wish Saunders sold gobcome- down Sudl r I last r3achersville Capt lIS- some casha J has week W 1 l atm I- vssmk PmC11nm w 9 r T ck Turner had a nice young mule o die Saturday J W Saunders sold to Alex WalkdJ a bunch of at 325 per hnnclrr d We f arry a ling of Carpets tings in stock ready for immediate clelive ry LCGAN DRY GOODS Co Tin i farmers have taken advantage of title pretty weather of last week and have a great deal of their plowing dune The marriage of Mr Steve Walker and Mrs Matti Hicks was solemniz ed at the brides home on Poor Ridge pike last Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev G W Thompson officia ting This being the second time for both bride and groom to enter the matrimonial car We wish them a long and pleasast journey Mr Mich Lane and wife visited rel atives near Marksbury Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lurie Land of Chap pel visited her aunt Mrs Em Grow a part of last week Mr and Mrs Willia Mrs George Grow attended the burial of Morton Teater at Chappel last Friday Mr and Mrs A D Ford spent last Wednesday in your town Mr Longie Sherrow and wife of Toddville visited thgir aunt Mrs Mat Turner Saturday and Sunday Several of the men of this vicinity attended the republican con vention at Lancaster Saturday Mr Geo Woner of Lancaster visited G G Grow Sunday Cuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal if you apply Bal lards Snow Liniment Price and 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m Buena Vista One and two horse Black Hawk corn planters for sale at J C Scotts Mrs S A Spoonamore bought a milk cow at the C F Yeagor sale last Saturday Price 30 Strawberry plants are in bloom and the prospects are good for a large crop of the delicious fruit Mrs Fay Cunninglwin has rented to Jack Jspn of color 25 acres of land to be cultivated in corn It is reported by good authoritythat to have another business house Qrected in our village soon The farmers are getting along nice ly with their work this week Some few have begun to plant covn Time wheat crop in this and sur rounding neighborhoods is looking reasonably well considering the hard freezes It had to undergo through the winter Mr Marshall Scott who has been en gaged in the farming business with his brother for several years is talking of engaging in the general merchandise business in the near future Mr and John Jjickson qf Bur gin visited her mother Mrs Sarah Spoonamore last Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Lane is visiting her daughter in Lexington this week Rufns Ransdall of Harrodsburg vis ted tile faintly or Win Christopher the latter part of last week Col James L McMurtry has returned his home in Pqlleys Bend from a bus iness trip 1 Jessamine county To the North The Queen and Crescent Route has inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous Blue Grass Vesti bule between Cincinnati and Lexing jn Free Pjirtor cars arjcl Queen and Crescent Standard Vestibuled day coaches 4 trains daily to Cincinnati with close connection with all trains north Queen and Crescent trains are with out a peer in the South 17 miles shortest line unequalled train service- e C Passenger Agent Two Sweethearts oiMInc This song was received by us from the a few ay3 ago and the melody and words were so melodious and pretty that we can not help but reprint the chorus for our readers CHORUS One has hair of silvery gray Tho other Just like gold One is gayaud youthful While tne others bent and old But dearer than life are both to me And from nether would I part One is my mother God bless her I love her The other Is my sweetheart This song complete words and music wil be sent to any address for 20 cents in silver or gtampa by the GEOENE Music PUBLISHING qo 32 K Fifth Street Cincinnati O Kentucky bead at Chickamauga Nooraver men ever fell The Com monwealth luis honored them by the erection of a magnificent monument The Goverrfcr and his Staff state offl cials citizens and friends will partici pate in its dedication WendesdayMay 3rd Rates on the Queen Crescent Route one fare for the round tripMay 1st anti Snd good to May 6th return ing Georgia dedicates her monument May 2nd Kentucky May 3rd Illinois May 4th Let all Kentuckians trip yia The Queen Crescent Route QUEEN CRESCENT Low Rates 1 2 1899 Annual Convention National Ameri can Womans Suffrage Association Grand Rapids April 27 to May 5 1899 National Sons of the Revolution Detroit Mich May 1 1899 American Library Association Con vention Ga 820 1899 Annual Encampment G A R gf Tennessee Tenn May 10 From points to F r N J Judson writing I lOgS and 1at Raney and 25 cts weare tot a go and greatday ReformParty American U Jl8 9 tR f i y 1 a a Z Sr Irs pub- lIshers 5 w o BeThe bearing of not such a se rious ordeal to the woman who is prepared If Mothers Friend that wonderful and relaxing be faith fully used dur the period of pregnancy liniment there will be little morning sickness 01 nervousness the hour will be re all afterdangers will be avoided Sold by druggists for 1 a bottle SUBJECTTHE Ga SCHOOL AND CHURCH According to recent statistics gathered from all denominations church membership in the United States is increasing more rapidly than the population Statistics have been givenconcerning the parents of tile students in our de nominational colleges showing the fourfifths of them to be professing Christians United Presbyterian The Methodistchurch in Canada is in augurating insurance business to take risks only on churches and par sonages The profits will go to the fund for superannuated ministers- A petition in favor of closing all sa loons all day on Sunday in England has been signed by 4000 clergymen rep resenting the Presbyterian Baptist Congregational and Methodist churches of that country The Tennessee Methodist Episcopal conference has a Conference Sister hood The institution fee is 25 cents and on the death of a member each pays one dollar The membership consists of the wives and widows of the Tennessee preachers The English correspondent of the Episcopal Recorder says that Wes leyan Methodist ministers are a long lived class Only 30 out of 2000 home workers died during the last year And of this number seven were and five octogenarians The ecumenical conference on for eign missions to be held in New York April 21 to May 1 1900 will be one of the largest and most representative of Christians ever held It is expected that at least 3000 delegates will be In attendance and that nearly all the missionary societies in the world will be represented Only Protestant Christianity will participate Herman Ehrlioh who for the past 37 years has conducted a mission for the Jews of Whitechapel London says that time Zionist movement has taken hold of the Jews in a most miraculous way And at n recent meeting of the Zionists in the East end over 6000 Jews met together to hear something of the land o their fathers and the enthusi asm was so great that during an ad dress an aged Jew cried out Our feet shall stand within thy gates 0 JerusalemFOREST DENUDATION Generations Being Robbed by Eastern of Valuable Irissessious One of the most important matters under consideration before the joint high commission for the adjustment of questions the United States and Canada is that which concerns the preservation of our forests The situatipn i crHion la grow iPST were year by year The of our forests to provide material for pulp and sawmills in the four states of Maine New Hampshire Vermont and New York is going on at the rate of 1700 square miles per annum Forest fires in various parts of the country according to the figures of th agri cultural dep rtineut at Washington mate an annual loss amounting in money value to 20000000 The geo graphical survey reports that the low water level of our important lakes and rivers is steadily declining The YIQ lence and destructive eMriytev freshe ghpyf ft marked Increase ancl those streams furnishing water power for manufacturing purposes the alternation of flood and drought causes alarm for the future availability this great industrial resource tight here in New England we have some of the most striking instances of the impending peril of forest destruc tion In Maine all of the township ao cessible by large rivers have been denuded of 1heir valuable timber New Hampshire the state forestry commission predicts the exhaustion of the entire forest resources of the state within 12 years and this means not only a commercial waste but the destruc tion of the scenic beauty which renders that state attractive to visitors from all parts of the country In Vermont the timber supply has already been so far reduced as hardly to hgrge de mand New York hag in some degree iwakcned to the impending danger and steps have been taken to save of what is left by prohibiting the cutting of timber on certain large tracts for a period of years sufficient to allow a new growth by reserving the great Adirondack park and by making liberal appropriations for the purchase by the state of lands threat ened with denudation Hereabouts we have seen the melan holy results of forest destruction in deterioration of the water power of the Jlfirriroao and other viver In Pennsylvania the stripping of the tim ber from the watershed of the Schuyl kill river has forced the city of Phila delphia to seek a new source of water supply In New Hampshire the state commissioners report that the present methods of lumbering if continued entail unfortunate scenic climatic and economic results injuring the health property and occupation of all citizens impairing the industrial devel opment of the state and rendering in termittent the flow of rivers which are most important taagriculture and man ufacture Boston 2V UMUOC Will seem to be nervous when jie proposed to you Frances I dont know The janitor had let the steam go down and I couldnt tell whether he was nervous 5r merely shivering because it had got Io col Chicago Evening News I I I bebrief a fire septuagenarians V rue between tel destruc- ti ut in t entirely in m etthe something otherforest the Will Post EthelDid I j I survivor assemblies Mills rm f r AFTER US9 McRoberts Drug Store I Ri k1 ij 19 m iYU J Qi1 great rem dy for nervous proatratico md alt diseases or the silch M Nervous Lost Manmooci useorboxC iri2 iic5zIr3h The ganerattv ergmcithescx Prsrat1on FuI1irto Florida Havana Solid trains finest in the South Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa Miami or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service to Key Vest Havana Santiago and San Juan Low rate round trip tickets The Train Service is per i 7 fect in detail Fast sched ules 24 hours to Jackson yule 54 hours I Cincinnati to I Havana a TlVCRlMEARSOH 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to cook for him lies hot entitled to it replied tne dyspeptic partner No man isentttleu to a divorce unless his wife insists upon cooking when she c ntu Chicago Post Onr Social Distinctions Why do you hold that Miss Terken ham is not your social equal Her fa ther is one of the wealthiest men in this part of the country isnt he Yes but my parents were married by a minister Hers were joined by a justice of the peace Chicago Daily News Identical T hate to see a man stand round But Ive heard you talk politics yourself remonstracd the friend Never I wasnt talking politics I was talking business Washington Star Twas not beneath the mistletoe I kisse l my rose was not beneath the mistletoe hilt right beneath the nose N Y Evening Journal DISCRETION Is Sorghum Tile lroper Plaee First boy in distance gay Jim dares we come down to lick Second Boy Well lets wait dereg no hurry Ni Y World His Harvest Time The Ice mans now endeavoring With his usual cupidity To gatljer gold by severing liich aqueous 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