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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o T NrH VEAR Entered at the Pot OJ1lce in as Second Matter NUMBErI3 LOUIS LANDR r PLjblisher LANCASTER IY THURSDAY AFTENOON JANUARY 25 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR J hitnVtut h ihLancaster KY Ctau life are now The counter where these exquisite embroideries are shown should prove an one to the women who like dainty trimmings and moderate prices When these beautiful goods areseen the impossibility o f finding any more artistic cr of better quality will be All of the designs are NEW this season and all are very pretty Each has its own charm and whatever the price great value We are also receiving our spring line of CARPETS MATTINGS and RUGS The patterns are exquisite and prices reasonable W e are showing some handsome styles in Spring Percales and Ginghams We have some very desir able patterns in dark shade percales we are selling at 5 7 and 8tfc Ladies and Misses Jackets Blankets and Comforts at much less than value and many otherlines we are sell ing at great bargains Our Customers EXPECTbetter values here than else and know they are never likely to be pointed We have educated them up to this point and are proud to say they have proven themselves WIDE A WAKE pupils Never seeking large profits and be ing always cash buyers we continually increase our clientage by constant bar gain giving and price You dont have to be a good judge of merchan dise to get big values here nor do you have to come or send at any particular time Jfle believe we make just as much money as other hous es by this policy for while our prices are smaller our sales are unquestionably much any other concern in this section In other words we look to vol ume of sales for our profits which accounts for our dwarfed quotations Our customers appreciate this and you will too i f you try us LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY I Rs ceiv lug our New EM RHO I DEfilES attractive ap- Parent anywhere discp cutting l 4 I rt rj r I 4 s 3 LN r LANCASTER AND VICINITy oooac tooooooooaoooo o 1 peooPOOOOO eeoeoeoee eeeeoeeeeeoeoeoeee eoee eseeeePaeeoeaowoo- oi 2ot son by r or fowls T Give the Kentucky Colonels a crowd ed house next Tuesday night Full line Carpets Mattings and Rugs at The Logan Dry Goods Co Handsome line of new wall paper just received by J A Beazley Co There will be work in the second at the Kay Pea lodge tomorrow Friday night Boy wanted in store or do any other work needed Apply at this office It If you want a good Surrey Phaeton or I have them CHEAP W J Romans The famous Kentucky Colonels a male quartette will appear at the Opera House next Tuesday night 30th Ed Walton of the Stanford Journal writes that the Western Stars are firstclass in every feature and should be given a good crowd Opera House Between Lancaster and Ilickman Sunday night 38 calibre Smith Wes revolver Finder will be rewarded leaving at this oilice fbuy a buggy phaeton surrey roadwagon see my price The longest stock to select from any where W J X xNotice to taxpayers Come in and your taxes as we are preparing to advertise and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C Will Royston shot another negro named Graham making a slight wound It was a trivial matter but the dailies took pains to give several yards of headlines telling of Another at Lancaster Mrs Lucille ChastainBrowne is the accompanist for the Kentucky Colonels Quartette She has a wide reputation as a musician and herplay feature of the evening At Opera House next Tuesday night Tomorrow Friday The Western Stars appear at the Court House tomorrow night under the auspices of the Lancaster W C T U The entertainment is strictly high class and brings the very best recommendations Secure a seat at McRoberts drug store The Kentucky Colonels do not need much introduction in Lancaster as they have appeared here before the people know their abilities as singers One of the members Mr A D Flora the basso once resided here and has a number of friends who will give him a warm reception The Colonels appear at the Opera House next Tuesday night 30th Scotts Prophetic Utterances There was a singular and seemingly prophetic occurance at Lexington Monday morning in the light of the tragic developments at Frankfort Tuesday Lieut Scott was fond of quoting Scripture and he said in a barber shop just before leaving for Frankfort I am going to Frankfort today and if you never see me again why when this corruption shall have put on incorruptible and this mortal shall have put on immortality re member me with some tenderness well goodby boys A Fine Show The San Francisco Minstrels gave one of the cleanest and best perform ances in this city Saturday night that has been given here Each turn was especially good and the absence of anything in the least vulgar was no ticable and appreciated The bad weather and it being Saturday night prevented many from seeing the show THE RECORD hopes this show will put Lancaster on its list next season Dig Time for Old Vcls The tenth National Reunion of the United Confederate Veterans at isville Ky May 30 31 June 1 3 is expected to pass highwater mark Chairmen of are as follows Finance Attilla Cox Chairman Transportation B W Duke Chairman Hotels and Accommodation G E Johnson Chair man Parade and Review Gen J B Castleman Chairman ReceptionCapt G C Norton Invitation Judge H W Bruce Chairman Press Thomas B Osborne Chairman Print ing John P Starks Chairman La dies Marion E Taylor Chairman Badges Henry Kaufman Chairman Medical Dr Preston B Scott Chair man Amusement Col J W Bowles Chairman Decoration and tion JC Lewis Chairman Halls and Camp Fires Capt J H Weller Chair man Entertainment Biscoe Hind man Chairman Headquarters Har ry Weissinger Entertain went df General Officers Col Andrew Cowan Chairman n ad is in WantedDressed Curl Y degree To deliver work homema e buggy Lust delinquents Shooting ing is a Night ands Lope inhospitality committees II1t nina Clairman S goods roa vag t h C ont anti u el Lancaster prices love than Ron ans pay atone t C v all has to and for erty pike asks to to M Of will of A he the ed saj of I Proctor Knott cigars are best cash or produce for eggs The Proctor Knott cigar leads in easy drawing and fragrant You can always get fresh candies fruits and nuts at Faulconer Hern dons Important Notice My old accounts must be settled at once This means all whore indeht ed to me G S Gaines V 1Vuiit d Hens 5c lb ducks 5c lb geese 30c to 35c and turkeys 5 to 6c H B NORTHCOTT Years of experience in taught us whatjto buy and buy it Ve can please you in style price J Joseph Mr Heberling is meeting with much success with his green houses Call around and take a look at them if interested in flowers etc Fresh homemade bread every day Fresh cakes of every description Meals served at all hours Oysters in any style Leave your orders for refreshments E ZIMMEU On and after Jan 1st 1900 we will charge lOcts for one single hitch 25c 1 single hay and 35cts for 1 feed Enterprise Livery and feed Stable ISTo on public days W A ARNOLD Prop I will have my shop ready in a few days and will be thoroughly prepared to do carriage work general and repairing of all kinds of machinery Bring me your work Satisfaction guaranteed J B Conn Rev Ira Partin has traded his prop in town to a farm on Fall Lick and moved to same Bro Partin THE RECOUD to extend his thanks the people for their many kindnesses him during his stay here New Garrard Open Fissinger has opened the New Garrard Hotel A few finishing are yet to be given but the accom odations are now complete THE EE COHD will give a complete description the new building in next issue In Property The Board of Supervisors have about completed their work only a few small matters left to be attended to The total valuation of the county is The board raised the as report 66375 The increase over last year is 263355 most of which is the bank stock which was not as sessed last year McClures Magazine for February contain an article by Mr Alleyne Ireland the special authority on all matters pertaining to colonization exhibiting through statistics and by description the compartive strength the leading powers at the present time in colonial possessions trade and administration Pertinent local paper published a long obit uary of a man who had died in the community closing with the that a long procession of people followed the remains to their last roasting place The family read the notice and discovered the supposed error and asked the editor to make a correction in the word roasting but said he could not do it until the years back subscription that the de cedent owed him had been paid Appropriate Present At the meeting of the Knights of lodge lastTriday night it was decided to present Bro James Dillon Old Crow with a handsome re As Bro Dillon has been quite ill and now compelled to most of the night in a chair the gift T quite in place The chair was pur chased from J A Beazley Co and committee took it down and present Bed men Organize As stated in last issue of THE EEC ORD the lodge of Red Men was put on foot and according to program organ ized at Odd Fellows hall Thursday night Hon Jno Van Zant of Louis vine was on hand and conducted the ceremonies It was decided to wait until next Tuesday night to institute the lodge The following were elect officers Dr J wor thy sachem Louis Landram senior sagamore Dr I S Wesley junior G S Swinebroad chief records Ed Bishop prophet W B Burton keeper of wampum J W Hamiltoncollector of wampum There are several parties who wish to join the order and they will be taken in as as the local lodge is in working order The lodge is quite an interest ing one as it is out of the old line of things both in work and many other features in is u f T T Currey will pay higher Poultry how- e reception Notice hitch blacksmithing touches liaise win statement Pythias cliningchair spender it BKinnaird i ce the marke y- are plants bulb r Big amore soon eke o H I Call and by noon cons man Jim in of and to will no M ton lots the kin all B F Walter dentist office over Blue Grass Grocery Lancaster I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at cash m25tf R L ELKIN New stock of plain gold redding rings and diamonds at jsons I am agent for the Hayworh Corn planter for Garrard J M F ROUT Marksbury Ky Highest market price paid Address C Potts Buckeye Ky 3800 Money to Loan Any amounts from 100 fcb OOO suit borrower Terms easy C J C HKMpmuc swill be better prepared to do an kinds carriage repairing this spring than ever Good honest work at low prices W J Romans Good and Low In Price Come and buy an all wool suit or overcoat readymade or tailormade 7 to 30 They are lower and bet ter than ever M D HUGHES There is no doubt but that has the prettiest and best line of Ginghams ever shown in Lancaster and see them while the stock is complete s Men with rig to sell our Poultry Mixture Straight salary 15 weekly expenses Address with stamp Uureka Mfg Co East St Louis Ill Stray Steer Came to my house 4th Monday in October Pale red weight 750 under bit in right ear Owner can get same paying for this notice and for J J Thompson Preachersville At the Baptist church Sunday after at 3 oclock the following dea will be ordained Jno Bang Thos Stone Bertram Spratt Thompson Several visiting will be present and take part the ceremonies Ready For Business We have received our immence stock Furniture Carpets Mattings Etc cordially invite the public to call examine goods and prices We can make it to your interest to deal with us Louisville Furniture Co Next to new Hotel Lancaster Ky At the Opera House a number of young roosters who are possessed with more wind than brains applaud cer people when they come in much the annoyance of patrons of the house A gentleman will act a gen tleman at all times while bad breed fcrop out everywhere An Old House Mr J C Thompson moved into his handsome new dwelling last weekand Monday sold the old one to different S parties to be torn away The latter j doubtless one of the oldest houses town it having been built than one hundred years ago by Harvy Yantis The Kentucky Colonels should and doubt will recive a warm welcome S by the Lancaster people They are sgentlemen of the highest type and musicians of few equals Those p an evening of enjoyment should hear them at Opera House next Tues day night Admission 35 cents seats 50 cents Children 25cts Secure a seat at Stormes store Street To Be Opened J W Sweeney has bought the residence and ground of his grand father Mr Jessee G Sweeney on Lexington street for 4000 He will open a street running from Lexing j to Buckeye pike at once which s open a number of desirable building The lots are desirable ones and Mr Sweeney will have no trouble of them best Harrow on the market for 1200 Ask 0 T Wallace Joel Walk g Hudson Jenkins Nixon Per gj F B Kemper M F Rout Garrett Wood Clate Arnold Elder Dunn James Hills Eugene Berkele 8 E Adams James Spillman William Lawson or any other farmer what pa they are At same place I have the s machine to make old buggy wheels fit the spindles just as they do when new Ffor 50 cents for each spindle C K POINDEXTEB SheepKilling Doge We heard many complaints from farmers Monday of loss of their sheep from dogs One gentleman said he was in favor of levying a tax of flue dollars upon each dog and requiring the law to shoot every dog not wearing a collar containing a s tax check This he said would pro fc termination of the worthless ones Any man owning a good dog is per fectly willing to pay the tax Some thing like this ought to be done or the farmers should band together and start out on a war of exterminating the worthless curs that cause them so much loss g p ToO check- row county Wanted tf eat Joseph Wanted keeping ministers attain ID moreS fathe- rS Sre- served S indisposing S SOnGeorge B Robinson J S Johnson Y C M L C I M feet the insure the ex Thom heat r J desiring r r officers i good dogs acid v t Q 4 the Rugs tigers coner It and out Me have such made and An ing held uary Supt No smoke better than the Proctor Knott cigar Remember the Western Stars at Opera House tomorrow night Try our 12ic bulk coffee Best on market Faulconer Herndon Buy International Chicken Food from T Currey your hens lay In Ribbons we know we lead them all See the pretty v at our store For Exchange Doublebarrel shot gun 12 bore for bycicle Call at this office The Logan Dry Goods Co are re full line Carpets Mattings and See their line and prices you buy Judge Brown is preparing to tie bowknots in the tails of several blind and ere the week is gone sev of the beasts will be caged Dr McKee and Rev Henry Faul will exchange pulpits Sunday morning and evening the former preaching at Richmond and the latter in the Lancaster church is indisputable fact that the Lace shown at Josephs are beyond all other in point of beauty correctness ofstyle reasonableness prices You should see them to appreciate them A Fair Court Day About the average crowd came in Monday and the day passed off with any happenings out of the See our stock column for sales made Try It In Lancaster several other towns passed laws against lounging rail road stations It would be appreciated by the traveling public if laws were enforced at alls tations The Western Stars is a company up of the best singers readers other artists to be found in tHis country Their entertainment is highly complimented by the press ev erywhere At Opera House tomorrow Friday night Admission Reserved seats at Pupils Examination examination for pupils complet the common school course will be in at my office on Thursday Jan 25 1900 Examination will begin eight oclock a m Elisa J Lusk 2t It line on display J j too exchange ceiving before ordinary and about 35 and 50c McRoberts- tr will ake I Just rehead of I can you money on harness W J Tomorrow night Friday the Stars will be with us Ask for the Proctor Knott cigar Its the best smoke you can get Remember the Kentucky Colonels I at Opera House next Tuesday night Ladies you should see the pretty Percales at Josephs They are beau Lexington Cream Flour makes the best bread Price GOc straight Buy it from Faulconer Herndon 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 nice 750 lb steers Apply to T M Johnston or Sons The Hawthorne Sister It has been many a day since the Lancaster people have enjoyed a series entertainments more than those given in the Opera House by the Sisters three nights this week The company is composed of ladies and gentlemen who stand at the of the list in their respective The Hawthorne sisters in musical turns are far above the average and their playing was always enchored time and again Lew Hawthorne in his monologues captured the crowd and kept the audience in an uproar of laughter while Edd Benn the comedian was a great favorite and won much applause The work of Martena and Martella was exceptionably good their feats being remarkable and far ahead of the work usually done by artists in this line The show consists of highe5t class vaudeville ftnd the varied will entertain and delight the most fastidious theatregoer Some people are mislead by the word van deville and seem to think teat 3show given under that nanTe consists of features not altogether proper for ladies to witness but in this they are sadly mistaken The Hawthorne give the cleanest entertainment we have ever witnessed and any to the contrary is wholly without foundation more than likely started by some one who ha never seen the show and who does not know the meaning of the name under which the travels TIlE RECORD very cheerfully recomends this company to the public and takes great pleasure praising its high merits If they visit Lancaster again they will treated by enormous crowds More local on page 3 e s Western ties For Sale 21nice Hawthorne German contortion program II Sisters report be- SOt R he oupe ads Is a new metal which will not tarnish and always looks neat We have a complete line of Chafing and Ser ving Dishes Coffee Pots Tea Pots Cream Pitchers Sugar Bowls made of this ware which are the most servicable you can buy Table Cutlery Coal Vaces and Fire Sets R HASELDEN J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Rotchester Ware J Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets TIME TABLES K C Branch Mixed passes Lancaster 1110 AX Northbnd Mixed 335 x Northbnd Passgr Nonthbnd 1229 A M u P 2 lAX ffi JANUARY Clearance Sale We have resolved to clear the decks and when we determine to do a thing we enter into it heart and soul We want to close ev ery heavy weight garment out of our store within the next 30 days and are ready to SACRIFICE on every Overcoat and Ulster of our stock 25 per cent DISCOUNT This means more to the buyer than ever before such a chance seldom So take advantage of it 25 per cent off on all Mens Suits 25 per cent off on all Overcoats and Ulsters 25 per cent off on all Boys long pant Suits 25 per cent off on all childrens Suits 25 per cent off on all Boys Over Coats REMEMBER the original prices remain on goods We make this Wonderful and Truthful of fer at the beginning of another year with con fidence in the intelligence of the people to whom this house has always given the worth of their money These unusual values we want the people to possess as they are the greatest we have ever offered or can be got ten of any other house LOOK INTO OUR STORE The prices on thegoods will tell you a tale that will surprise you Loan BlSflB 1 fll1 lfff ffl sp o I I I I I I I 1 JIQl Suit fI iII I 1Jj I J I II I I 11 fI VJ II 1QJ T I 1 I J t eG e2 0 0 Q occurs Q 1I Ijii jour Q 4 l dN11NNMINIlMissNN a t r i CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAlf Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TEEMS ONB YBAB IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS 50 25THREE THURSDAY January 25 1900 A CERTAIN Lancaster genius has completed an invention that will not only make him rich but his praises will be sung henceforth and forever by the old soaks whose throats have be come tender Only those who have there can appreciate the many advantages to be derived from its use It is a dumdum capsule It is like the ordinary capsule only it has two distinct compartments separated from each other by means of a watertight gelatine film The nose or forward part of the vehicle is soft and is charged with a small quantity of while the remaining chamber is to be packed with sugar or other ingredi ents to be swallowed The soft part of the capsule is disrupted and dissolved in the act of deglutition thus liberat ing the liquor at the proper instant and greatly facilitating the process of getting nauseous substances down the human gullet It is said they never get crosswise in the throat HERE is a sample of the effect pis tols and politics are having upon the development of Kentuckys resources A dispatch from Richmond says The unsettled political conditions in Kentucky coupled with the recent triple tregedy at Frankfort have had their effects in checking de velopment in this direction Judge W B Smith of this city who has been valuable coal and timber land in Kentucky and who had the deal about closed received a letter from the prospective purchasers stating that they had decided to hold up matters until the atmosphere in Kentucky clears as at is unsafe to invest capital where political conditions are so chaotic KENTUCKY is paying Tbr its political luxury The contest will cost the taxpayers of Kentucky amiiit of money There is no way of now its probable cost but it is known it will be tremendous To thousand witnesses have been to Frankfort during the con test They are allowed mileage at the rate of 4cents each way and SI per day while in attendance This lasting ten or fifteen days with the immense mileage account added will surprise the people when the Legislature is asked to make an appropriation to cover it A who actually had a marble heart died recently in a Hartford Conn hospital His heart was so covered with a deposit of calcium salt of which marble is composed that when struck by the physician who per formed the postmortem examination it gave out a sound as of stone This discovery has been published widely but if more post mortems were held it would we fear result in finding so many hearts of this kind that no would be paid to their stony condition ONE of our preacher fiiends who frequently honors this office noticed the many worries and troubles of the festive editor printers and devil He remarked upon their hardships and told us that if he were gatekeeper of the New Jerusalem he would pass every one of the boys who applied for admission The thing for the Ken tucky Press Association to do is to go to work on St Peter to have this gen erous divine appointed assistant gate keeper SOME fellow has figured it out that two inches of shoe leather is worn away in a year and a pair of shoes to last a life time would have to be nine feet thick He does not attempt to say how much breeches seat is worn out by fellows who have time to make such estimates or how many feet of cloth is required to cover the gable end of the politicians for a period of twelve months TIlE ministers of Frankfort met the other day and prayed for the salvation of the solons The petitions will we hope be answered but its hard to see how that crowd will ever get through pearly gates Imagine the Ken tucky legislature sitting back in picking on their harps A CLEVER rascal recently succeed ed in selling to the peasants of a town in Russia tickets which purported to admit them to Paradise The report does not say where the fa kir came from but its dollars to doughnuts that he is a resident of the northeast corner of Maine EACH partys newspapers are al ways telling of how mean the other side is and never pretend to tell of anything good they themselves have accomplished But its easy to see why its thus Neither does anything but dirt and thats the cause why IF the Hairy Heathen Charles Moore were asked today where to set his augur to bore for hell we venture to say he would not locate far from the sweetscented city of Frankfort WOULDNT it be a blessing if a high wall could be placed around that lay out at Frankfort thus shutting them in forever and then have a new deal tor officers all around I whisky capitalistsEast- ern dear estimating summoned IAN attention paradise f been already the remote THE Committee on Elections Ko 1 set February as the date for hearing the argument in the contest case from this district ITS a wonder more people do not ac cept salvation for the simple reason that its free Simlas Greatest reed Mr R P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at Aiken SC Weak has caused severe pains in the back of his head On using Electric Bitters America greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country needs All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble purifies the blood tones up the stomach strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and new life into every muscle nerve and organ of the bddy If weak tired or ailing you need it Every bottle guaranteed on ly 50 cents Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m CAMP NELSON The distillery formerly owned by E J Curleyy Co will make the first mash February the first The delay on account of the coppersmith James and his helper Wm Boner of this place The river is in shape The Falls City and John Barret made a trip to Lock 8 Sunday The cooper shop has closed down for a few weeks on account of a run in barrels on hands Horine Crow will complete the warehouse in a few days On of the bad weather they have been delayed C C Glass and brother has just got in a line boat load of coal which they are prepared to suit the people 11 any thing they want in the line of coal Imie or cement and they will pay the highest market price for wheat hemp and hemp seed Lock 8 has closed down its work till spring the weather has been so disagreeable that they could not make much progress Mr and Mrs Frank Eley of Lex ington visited Mr Josie Boner the latter part of the week Little Tom Brim is very low with pneumonia Boon Hunter will move to Indiana in a few days We are very sorry to loose Hunter as he is the only fisher August Flower It is a surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my travels in all parts of the world for the last the years I have met more people having used Greens August Flower than any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stomach and for constipation I find for tourists and salesmen or for persons filling office positions where headaches and general bad feelings from irregular habits exist that Greens August Flower is a grand remedy It does not injure the by frequent use and is excellent for sour stomachs and indigestion Sample bottles free at J E Stormes Drug Store Sold by dealers in all civilized countries WALLACETON The Misses McWhorters of Waco were visiting friends and relatives hare this week Richard Soper is quite sick with typhoid fever He is being attended by Dr Cornelius of Berea Mr Thos Ogg of lllinoise is here visiting his mother after an absence of thirteen years Mr J B Wallace has bought of some of the other heirs their interest in the dower of their mother Mrs E J Wallace 300 per share He will reside at the old home place Mr Frank Taylor has moved into his new house recently built on the lot bought from Mr Hiatt near the Baptist church James Kinnard who has been his parents here for a month has returned to his work in the western states Some of his best girls wish he had stayed with his parents longer Mr Ollie Boian bought of E B Wallace a small lot price not given We were told by Mr Wallace that Mr Boian offered him one dollar per toot for several feet more It is surprising even to those living here to observe the increase in business and also in the value of property here within the last few years Our merchants are fully twice as much business as two or three years ago and other lines are advancing at corresponding rate Having Great Run on Chamberlain- sIt has been demonstrated repeated ly in every state in the Union and in many foreign countries that Cham berlains Cough Remedy a certain prevedtive and cure for croup It has become the universal remedy for that disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va only reports what has been said around the globe when he writes 1 have used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in my family for several years and always with perfect success We that it is not only the best cough remedy but that it sure cure for croup It has saved the lives of our children a number of times This remedy is for sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Z T Young Bath county an eagle weighing 172 meas uring nine feet and a half inches from tip to tip If Banner Pile Salve doesnt cure your piles your will be returned Itis the most healing medicine in the world C C J E I alloy for boatng accour t system visiting evidently doing IS believe isa poundsand seven Stormes Davlson GIlbert nerves C over C Dir maw have paying killed moue n p m MAEKSBDIiY Master Thaddio Aldridge bought seme shoats from Mr Goerge Huff man at 3c per lb Mr Henry Parks bought of Mrs Al bert Church three fat hogs at 3 per poundMiss Janye Shumate one of the ex cellent teachers in the Lancaster Graded School spent Friday night with Mrs M L Anderson and visited her parents in Danville Saturday and Sunday She was accompanied by Mr and Mrs 0 S Williams of Burgin was the pleasant guests of Mr H D Aldridge and family Monday and Tuesday Miss Nellie Arnold a beautiful young lady of Lancaster is visiting friends in this community Mr and Mrs Frank Ealy of Lexington Brown of Walnut Hill and Mr and Mrs Hayden of Troy attended the funeral of their father Mr Oak Bo ner Mr James wife of Detroit Michigan are visiting Mr John Royston and wife Messrs J C Boner and Perry Long leave gone to Frankfort to assist in contesting the election Misses Georgia Dunn and Susie Higgins visited in Paint Lick last week A young man came into our store yesterday suffering from a severe at tack of cramp colic writes B F Hess miller and general mei chant Dickeys Mountain Pa He had tried various home remedies without relief As I had used Chamberlains Colic Cholora and Diarrhoea Remedy I gave him a dose and it soon brought him out al right I neversaw a fellowso rejoiced I Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m FLATWOODS W H Furl sold 15 shoats to Swee ney Morgan for 48 George Archer sold to W H Furl a load of corn for 2 per barrel J C Clouse sold Sweeney Morgan 23 shoats for G9 Mr Nick Vanhook traded his farm near here to Rev Ira Parton for three lots in Lancaster W II Purr bought a cow and calf from G W Miller for 35 There was prayer meeting at Mr Dudderars Sunday night There was preaching at Good Hope Sunday by Rev Murrell also Mon day by Rev Turner The Cornett Bros sold several head of yearling cattle averaging 500 Ibs for 2750 each Will Lawson bought a heifer from Dawson for 15 W II Furr has a nice pair of year ling mare mules for sale also a nice pair of 2yearolds Lewis Dennis Salem Ind says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure did me more good than anything I ever took It digests what you eat and can not help but cure dyspepsia and stomach troub lese F P Frisbie 1m Quite a number of the young folks of this vicinity attended a social at Mr Sam Dudderars of Gilberts Creek Monday night and reported a nice timeJ Parks lost a calf last week and on searching far it found it in the barn loft he does not know whether the rats caught it up there or the wind blew it there A Night Of Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham of Me when the doctors said she could not live till morning writes Mrs S II Lincoln who her that fearful night All though she must soon die from Pneu monia but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it had more than once saved her life and had her of Consumption After three small doses she slept easily all night and its further completely cured her This marvelous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and 1 Trial bottle free at R E McRoberts drug store 1m BRYANTSVILEE Z Wilson and daughter Mrs Nellie Cole have been the guests of Mrs Dr Armstrong Miss Mittie Dunn will begin her school at this place Feb 5 with six teen pupils Miss Kate Moore will teach at Lock No 8 Miss Lucy Scott of Lexington is visiting her father Mr Misses Alice and Mattie Boner spent Sunday with relatives here Rev Robinson and wife spent Monday at Mr C C Beckers Mrs Nannie Walker visited her father last week Mrs Geo Dunn and Miss Jennie will visit relatives in Paint Lick this week Quarterly meeting will be held the third Saturday and Sunday in instead of being held last Sun day as we stated Those indebted to J S Haselden will please calland settle as he needs the money Cough Remedy I Manager Martin of thePierson informs us that he is having a great run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sells five bottles of that medicine to one of any other kind and it gives great satisfaction In these days of la grippe there is nothing like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to stop the cough heal up the sore throat and lungs and give relief within a very short time The sales growing and all who try it are pleased with its prompt action South Chicago met For sale by E E Druggist lm P j r Miss Pattie Byers and lose Mash ins attended I cured Mr W ToodScott Higgins February drugstore y Leslie error use are Cal McRober r n tic TIlE SUNNY SOUTH Jacksonville Fla 1C DEAR RECORD I thought I would drop you a few lines but the so hot it makes me have that sleepy lazy feeling that one experiences back in Old Kain tuck during the months of August and July The first day we arrived it rained but the weather has cleared up and is now beautiful indeed Jack sonville is a nice town of about thirty thousand inhabitants and full of and stir but there are but few things of interest here We spent yes terday at St Augusting which is the oldest city in the Could have spent a week there an never grown tired We hired a carriage and crossed the Mantansas river then drib ing to the ocean beach The sight of so much water is calculated to make the average Kentuckian shrug his shoulders but the scenery around is grand The eyes could feast forever along the many beautiful sights along this drive After a drive of about a mile along the beach and picking up many pretty shells we went to Fort Marion It is strange how these old conquino rock walls have stood three centuries but they are still used for garrison duty We next visited the famous Ponce De Leon hotel It is another sight worth traveling miles to see not that it is so large but the architecture grand It beats our new hotel at Lancaster but like a true Kentuckian I tell people that we have one that beats this one It was planned in Spain and is one of the most famous hostleries in this country The of the streets here goes to show that the town is somewhat antiquated The streets such as St James St John etc also indicate that the town is not the latest date Another thing of much interest are the high wills built of coquina rock which extend along the sea cost for about three quarters of a mile All the things mentioned above are old but the most ancient of all is a house in which the oldest relics are kept We knocked at the door with a Nepoleon and were met by an old lady who took great pleasure in showing us the things such as Napoleons table the Loving Cup Moor Rings Ancient Plates etc There were a great many other things of equal interest but I will not take up space in naming them We leave here tomorrow and will go down the St John river to Polatka for a day or so and then further south to Orlando and possible to Merritt islands I wish you could be with us I am enjoying the trip more than can express and only wish some of my friends could be with me Be sure and send TIlE RECORD every week With best regards to all Your friend HARRY B ROBINSON Free of Charge Any adult suffering from a cold set tled on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who will call at J E Stormes drug store will be presented with a sample of Boschee German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given to one person and none to children without order from parents STONE Miss Lou Land has been very sick with chills and Mrs Zithie Ray has had an attack of la grippe- G M Thompson bought of II C two yearling heifers at 40 J II Green sold to Wm Dean of Jes samine one mule colt for 40 Mead Teater bought of J H Green four calves for 60 Frank Folger bought of Hansford Green ten bushels of hemp seed at 2 bushelWm sold to Wm Dean of Jessamine one twoyearold mule for and of Todd Simpson one bay gelding for 60 Wm Hughes bought of Mrs Mollie East one plug mare for 10 J A Lambert of Rachel N C writes I heartily endorse FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE It does what you claim it will do and there is nothing equal to it and I thank you for the good it has done me C C J E Stormes 1m T L Saunders and son Master Clyde spent Sunday with his father J M Saunders of and Mrs John Pollard of Beuna Vista were the guests of Mr Hansford Land and family first of the week Mrs Jennie Bronker and daughter Miss Stella Mae of McCreary spent last Thursday with Mrs T L Saunders and family Messrs J R Roberts and James Adams of Lock No 8 passed through here Monday to the to buy stock Miss Eliza Dun can is on the sick list Master Joe Turner of near Lancaster is visiting Wm Fain and family An account of the death of Smith Thompsons mother of Crab Orchard reached here Monday Chapped hands cracked lips and roughness of the skin cured quickly by BANNER SALVE most healing in the world C C J E Stormes Grass and wheat took a start at growing during the mild weather re Gently We trust we may have a fall of snow before another spell I want to let the people who suffer from rheumatism and sciatica know that ChamberTainsPain Balm relieved me after a number of other medicines and a doctor had failed It is the best liniment I have ever known of J A DodgenAlphoretta Ga Thousands have been cured of rheumatism by remedy One application the pain For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist y 1m Jan sunis business United States narrowness doorknock- er bottle Fowler 60 Judson DIr mountains ointment S so S c this e s s s That Throbbing lleiifluche Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thous ands of sufferers have proved their matchless nieritf or Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 gents Money back if not cured Sold by RE McRoberts lm WIT AND WISDOM When a man has a dark record he is apt to light Dispatch- It is hard to support a sealskin wom an on a muskrat salary Sedgewink Ian Pantagraph A man never fully realizes how gold en silence is until he tries to buy some t it Chicago Daily sews One thing in favor of a pen man is that there is no way of show ing that he is a bad speller Atchison Globe say the man stole your umbrella Well I dont want to be too sure about it lIe may have been the original owner Cleveland Plain Dealer Bachelor Do you believe that it Is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all Benedict I dont know about that but its bettor to have loved and won N Y Journal A Chicago woman burned 150 in her parlor stove the other day This burn ing of money is very foolish as coal gives otV a great deal better heat and is only a trifle more expensive Chicago Journal First Physician Whats the matter with Jonts Second Physician Hes either an everyday cold or a severe com plica I ion of grippe I cant tell till 1 look him up in Uradstrects N Y World Variable What is this title pro fessor that I hear so often asked the distinguished foreigner Well answend Miss Cheyenne its getting rather hard to tell Usually it means a man who knows more than else and sometimes it means a man who simply wont work Washing ton Star FIRES IN OLD NEW YORK The Ilucket Drigrnde of a Century Ago Worked on a Dome hole Principle Fire engines in New York a century ago were of very inferior quality and of primitive design The only water there was for fire purposes was obtained from wooden pumps and by a law of the corporation every owner of a dwell ing vas obliged to supply a fire bucket for every fireplace in the house or back kitchen these buckets held three gal lons and were made of sole leather they were hung in the passage near the front door When the bell rang for fire the watchmen firemen and boys while running to the tire cried Throw out your buckets These were picked up by men women and boys running to the tire Two lines were formed from the lire to the nearest pump when the pump gave out the lines were carried to the nearest river one line passed down the empty the other passed up the full buckets if a person tried to break through the lines he was com pelled to fall in and help under of a drenching for refusal The buckets were marked with the name and number of the owner and any householder not supplied with a bucket was liable to fine and in some cases imprisonment Every morning after a fire the carmen went to the streets near the scene picked up the buckets and dumped them in the lobby of the city hall People then sent their children or servants to bring home the buckets to await the next fire This method of fire fighting had many disadvantages though at that pe riod most of the inhabited part of New York was below the line of Fulton street and in consequence the distance to either river was not very great Moreover the riparian boundaries of New York were less extended than they are now Greenwich street and Front street being the outside boundaries As the city grew northward and as the distances from the central Broadway line to the river front were gradually increased it was no longer practicable to depend on buckets passed from hand to hand and therefore there was adopt ed a copper pump for out of the river in case of fire and avoiding disagreeable necessity of the inhabitants going down to the slips and handing the water up in buckets This was ordered by the cor poration in 1799 One year afterward this pump was deposited by authority in the rear of the city halt The wheels of the engines were at that time so small that was extremely difficult when there was much snow Accordingly new style of sled was tried and similar ones were ordered to be made for the other engines But they were found to be worse than use less for in attempting to turn a cor ner the engines were often upset and damaged In very narrow streets some times they were left to be burned be cause it was impossible to get them awayAbout this lime each engine house was supplied with two poles long enough to carry 12 buckets each These poles were borne on the shoulders of four men The general rule was that the first fireman to reach the engine house after an alarm of fire should have to the pipe and take it with him to the fire that the next four firemen to arrive should bear away the bucket poles and that of the company should run off with the engine as best they might bawling out demand ing the aid of citizens as they on The bawling out process which had the indorsement of ordi nance as well as custom was not wholly satisfactory to New Yorkers as in case of false alarms it often disturbed the slumbers of the burghers and at other times emptied taverns and other meet ing places without any practical result N Y Sun Persons who lead a life of exposure are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago will find a variable re medy in BALLARDS SNOW LIN IMENT it pains and inflamation Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes lm I outChicago poor CautiousYou 1 got anyone severe drawingwater therein the the rest and proceeded I I will banish 25and I Druggist penalty corporation locomotion aright subdue Y Come to see us in Our New Store Room Door to National Bank j R E McROBERTS DRUGGET SPECIAL FOR 30 DAYS j Price Reducing is a feature of this g sale and everything in the stock will feel its force especially heavy goods j such as OVERCOATS Ladies Wraps c i Meat Lard Feathers Eggs and l Poultry wanted at highest prices A BOON TO MANKIND BUCKEYE a m 8 m m m m m ltfilJ fIJm f3 m m PREINVENTORY SALE rn rn m BLANKETS m i1 j DRTABLERS 1 t i Next 1 o COPORTS El I L Jenllius Co A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Sole Proprietor 310 Mi Main Street ST LOUIS STODRMES STORE INTERNALand F BAWHD MIL DRUG ORGANIZED 1883 cITlmMJl K r Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAtteatlonGuaranteed J K HieoiNBOTHAX Freiiden LEWIS Y LEAVELL VicePresident B F HUDSON Caahlei W O SIGNET Assistant CD WALKEB Boottceepet DIRECTORS JMHlGeiNBOTHAH LXWIS Y r M ABNOLD B F HUBSOK Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of IOUISVIIIE KENTUCKY Will be at Gilcher Hotel Danville on Saturday Jan 27th and at St Asaph Hotel Stanford Monday Jan 29th returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Hemp Wanted I pay the cash for hemp delivered at the de pot in Lancaster or at my home at Hiattsville 10000 Cash LJI tf RM WEST taLL J J WALiur will PILE CURS You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PUMCHMC TICKETS VIA THE LOUISVIUC NASHVIUC M R Ml SMUMS The Maximum of The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of 35 ct Rates Time and an other information win C P ATMORr PaT5 toby ZADIBVXIXBE Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat structing the exhausted digestive or can approach It In efficiency It in relieves and cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Nausea of imperfect digestion F P Frisbi IF furalshed bY G Kodol aidsNature digestant all otherresult Ill Eo i c it 0 e Safety Rates be cheerfully XY PttapQ i4 a rFr- I l We call especial attention to Frisbies Almond Cream For Chaps Roughness of Skin Etc Its a call and get a Sample Bottle We have a Fine Line of CIGARS Including FRISBIES SPECIAL a great favorite Complete line of Pure Drugs and Druggists Sundries PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY a New Hotel Building 3 t r G G 9 ii C9 I tii n IrE aJ3 4f O 6T FrisbiestI Pharmacy y successTallies Era N w I c CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY January 25 1900 AgOOT PEOPLE Mr Alex Beazley of Crab Orchard was in town Tuesday Rufus Marrs of Knoxville was in town this weelc Miss Sallie B Ray of Buckeye is visiting Miss Pearl Ross Miss Eugene Bush is in Stanford the guest of Miss Tevis Carpenter Miss Annie B Yoodsof the guest of Misses Burnside Mrs John Greenleaf of Richmond has been visiting relatives here Mrs M L Beddow is visiting her granddaughter Mrs Ophelia Dunn Mr J T Mock of Boyle county was among old friends here Monday Mr Tom Miller has been spending a few days with relatives in Mt Vernon KyHenry Simpson spent Sunday with his friend Bruce Huffman in Miss Ella of Stanford was the guest of Miss Bella Arnold MondayEd was on hand Monday raking in the shekels for the Interior JournalMr Sirs Banks Hudson have taken a suite of rooms at the New Garrard All members of the C W B M are requested to be present next Monday afternoonMrs S Edminson and Miss Grace Tudor of Crab Orchard are visiting Sirs Bastin Mrs ITallie Hopper McKee of Georgia is visiting the family of KinnairdMiss Huffman of Boyle is the pleasant guest of Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville is the guest of her parents W If Kin naird and wife Miss Maggie Burnside left Monday to enter Caldwell College in Danville for the next term Miss Amy Davidson will entertain Miss Gertrude Gordon of Mississippi Thursday evening Miss Sallie Elkin leaves next week for Cincinnati to resume her studies in the art academy Mr Wallace Walters and bride were entertained by Dr and Mrs Walters Wednesday evening Mr J M Logan is in the cast this week selecting Spring goods He will be away until Saturday night Mrs Trice Grant after spending a few days with relatives in this city to her home in Danville Mrs Chas Denman spent several days this week with her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Little Miss Grace Helen Patterson entertained a few friends Friday in honor of birthday Miss Nell Johnston and her visitor Miss Gordon were entertained with a dining by Mrs J M Higginbotham Miss Gordon of Miss was enter tamed Wednesday evening by Mrs Victor Lear at her hospitable country home Misses Lou Welch and Chloe Wood of Middleburg Ky arevisiting their aunt Mrs Simpson on Richmond streetMiss Henrietta G Daingerfield of r 1 Q William Stanfordis- is 1a Saunders alton VII returned of r afternoon her nth a oaaoaaooooaaoayooooo oc aoooo ot o450orooavSorcOt4GSacosao6LJ644ooOOS Louisville 4 J Nicholasvill L 1V t e RAVE ITWEd Lexington pays a beautiful tribute to the memory of Ethelbert D Scott in the Lexington papers Mrs Alice Newland the accomoda ting and efficient L X agent at Crab Orchard spent several days here this week visiting friends The Ladies Social Club was entertained by Sirs W A Berkele Tuesday afternoon The club will meet next week with the Misses Marksbury Col Joe Waters and Rev ft Elsoel represented the Lincoln Democrat here Monday They report great in securing new names for their excellent weekly A letter from Leslie ITerndon says he has accepted a good job with Mr J S Armstrong in Dallas Tex and is well contended in his new loca tion Les is sure to succeed Lancaster relatives and friends have received announcement cards of the marriage of Miss Mary Baxter of Col Baxter Smith Nashville to Mr Oliver also of that city NiclHlasvHle Journal Miss Cora Hamilton of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Ada ickcrsonMiss Ada Wiley of Garrard county is visiting Miss Hattie Warner near Nicholas ville Cash Pumphrey was up from Lake land this week to see his parents lie reports Johnnie Johnson and Billy Broaddus who also have positions there as in the best of health and prospering ExGov Bradley will deliver one of the leading addresses at the annual Lincoln banquet following the annual convention of the Ohio Republican League at Cincinnati on February Miss Dixie Kemper of Lower Gar rard left on the 8th to enter the Nor mal Dept of Georgetown College ex pecting to return in due time to open a spring school at Pleasant Hill on the Xew Danville pike your bristles up if your name is not in the personal column when you make a visit Perhaps you stole away in the night and did not tell any one of your intentions News paper men are not mind readers Rev Geo W Dunlap who was here several days in the interest of a Lex ington Investment Company that city Tuesday Tie preached at Ue Methodist church Sunday morn ing and evening to large congregations Miss May Z Hughes of this city received an invitation this week to take a leading part in a testimonial concert to be givers in New Albany hid This is an honor justly merited She has not yet decided as to accept ing One of our young friends who does not like to see his name in type sent us a piece of black cake which was sent him from relatives in New Bruns wick It was delicious and not in the least hardened from its long across the sea Sit Vernon correspondent to James Adams who recently moved here from Garrard countyputthe young beaux to playing hide and seek Sunday when he appear ed in his new tailor made clothes and a tall silk skypiece Lexington Leader Miss Lettie Brown entertained a house party from Saturday until Monday at her home in the country the guests were Misses Callie Nichols and her visitor Miss Grace Morrison of Bloomington Ill Messrs Turner Wilmore George Bartlett Wm Wiglcsworth and Ash brook Frank Lexington Gazette At Newport News Ya on the 18th of January Maj J C Bryant formerly of this city aged about 45 years died He was a native of Garrard County and Cane to elegantly SIIunter 1 Dont get returned- o VO- yage ColonelCol success daughter fifteenth Livingston Among When you need something GOOD something FRESH and TEMPTING no use to look all over town just call to see US we have it We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES n Lancaster Our Motto High Class Goods Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment FULLER SYMPSON i i f It J l o v j tV F ay r lf 41i nkfK Lexington about 12 years mar ried MisslMary Robertson grand niece of II P McGrath and grandaughter of late Chief Justice Roberts one who with one child survives him Stanford Journal Miss Tommie Francis a Garrard county beauty is the of Mrs James F Cummins Eid Ballou celebrated his birthday Sunday by spending it with his son H 31 Ballou at Lancas ter Mrs Clayton West and children of Garrard are spending a few days with her parents Dr and Mrs T B Lewis Turriersville prior to moving- to Kansas lr W S Baazley wife and baby James A Beazley and w e and Mrs Mildred Beazley of Lancas the visited relatives here Sunday Miss Gertrude Gordon of Okland Miss is visiting her Mr T M Johnston Miss Gordon is an attrac tive brunette very charming in her manners and has made many friends here the home of her babyhood She is the daughter of J D Johnston and a sister of Jno W Johnston of this place After her mothers death she was adopted by Dr Gordon a prom inent physician of the sonth in whose home she has been tenderly reared by the parents of her adoption She has been the recipient of many attentions here from relatives and friends A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni ca Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcer Boils Felons Corns Jill Skin Erup tions Best Tile Cure on earth Only 25cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by E E McEoberts Druggist 1m GENERAL Burgin is trying to raise 65000 by bondsJames Johnson 15 of Ilarrodsburg swallowed a carpet tack A boil caused death of Merchant William Vanhooser of Ilopkinsville The Madison County Board o f Health has ollicially announced that smallpox exists in that county Smallpox has reached Indianapolis and health oilicers fear a serious epi demic Rudyard Kipling is going to South Africa to gather literary material Mrs Jefferson Davis attended a Rob ert E Lee birthday in New York and was given an ovation A boy aged seventeen and a girl aged thirteen eloped from Pike coun ty to Virginia and were married It is believed there will be no trou ble in getting the present Legislature to provide for new State buildings County Assessor R L Baker by se curing the assessment of the national bank property in Lexington has in creased the county assessment by SJ 474020 John Moore a young mountaineer took lightning hot drops thinking it was whisky and died a half hour af terward in great agony At a young negro shot and fatally wounded Dora Bradley his sweetheart and com mitted suicide Lexingtons new court house which cost about 240000 and is one of the finest in the State will be dedicated the first Monday in February The old court house burned in May 1897 The Assessors books for Boyle show a total taxable valuation of 7133003 an increase of 330131 over last year Oriental indicate that China is preparing to give the European Powers a bad case of indigestion if they attempt to benevolently assim ilate the Flowery Kingdom The Franklin county grand jury re turned indictments D G Colson for the murder of Ethelbert Scott and L W Demaree Responsi bility for the death of Julian was not fixedI am Cure for my health and life It cured me of tung trouble following grippe Thousands owe their lives to the prompt action of this never failing re medy It cures coughs colds croup bronchetis pneumonia grippe and throat and lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption It is the only harmless remedy that gives results F P Frisbie 1m Reports of the investigating com mittee in the Roberts polygramy case were submitted to the House The majority report says Roberts should not be admitted as a Representative from Utah while the minority report holds that he should be admitted and then expelled Arrangements have been made at Washington for the interment in Ar lington cemetery of the body of Maj Gen Lawton the day after the funeral party arrives The transport bearing the party is due at San Francisco in two weeks or less The body will be allowed to lie in state at Innianapolis and at Fort Wayne In pulmornary trouble the direct of COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR upon the throat chest and lungs immed lately arrest the malady by relieving distress cutting the phlegm and the vocal and breathing organs Price 25 and 50 cts C C J EStormes Representative Gayle will shortly introduce bills for public building at Paris Ky to cost 12oOOQ and for one at Georgetown Ky to cost 100000 There is no favorable ac In these bills or in fact on any public building unless the price ofmaterial is reduced b l a o and filth uncle J lute county advices against indebted one MinuteCougli prospector tin Joseph ooeaoaaao 0oooooeoz oaoaaoooo N WSc- a oo aoaaacwaaeaaaaeM000o Nicholasville Alec Col immediate freeing bills 4 Amos Kendall charged along with his father and brothers with compli city in the murder of Eugene Cassell in Jessamine county was run over by a train at Bowling Green losing both his legs It is not thought that he has any chance for recovery TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is the only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding piles in dorsed by physicians cures the most obstinate cases Price 50 cents in Tubes 75 cts C C J Rev Father Patrick OBrien of To ledo says the souls of British soldiers killed in South Africa will be lost as according to Catholic theology soldiers engaged in an unjust war cannot law fully kill an enemy even in selfde fense To Cure ACougU stop coughing as it irritates the lungs and doesent give them any chance to heal FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR cures without causing a strain in throwing oil the phlegm like common cough expectorants C C J E Stormes lIP NOTES OF THE FASHIONS Honse Gowns with Pretty Col lars Jacket Model That Is Popular Applique effects and cut work are in vogue when braiding is Laid over rich satin velvet or ladies cloth the elegant pieces of lace or silk passementerie en applique show to distinct advantage but it seems a pity to see these handsome patterns laid over gowns or jackets of inferior fabric without any apparent reason Lace is always so beautiful that it seems a waste to utilize it for many of the everyday uses for which any amount of it is ruthlessly applied this winter all the new house gowns have soft pretty colors covered with silk muslin ruches the bands cut much higher on the sides or at the back than in front In the holiday exhibit of fancy neckwear net in various daintj weaves and neshes is quite as fashion able as chiffon or mousseline de soie and while there are many very elabo rate and expensive styles shown there are likewise some fascinating little cre ations which do much in transforming a plain waist into a smart and more be coming one Rows of very narrow white or tinted satin or velvet ribbon in black particularly bordering frills ruches and scalloped edges are very easily applied They are extremely ef fective and moreover they are quite as fashionable as ever Caroline Keboux one of the noted milliners of Paris uses on green gray brown and black velvet round hats ro settes of satin ribbon in several colors on one set into larger choux of the velvet These rosettes are es pecially liked in rose pink ivy green russet brown and cherry red the ro settes looking like gay flowers in their setting of dark velvet A little jacket model used with many of the plain tailor costumes has rather wide revers scalloped at the edge and strapped and stitched turning back from the line of the bust to the and tapering to a point at the waist The fronts fit snugly but are not fastened together Fancy of various kinds are worn with these jackets The regular French is much used but there are pretty gilets in soft yellow silk trimmed with yellow niching and fine tucks those of red taffeta silk with rather wide stripes of black velvet ribbon and white silk models covered with satin straps edged with narrow gold braid and trimmed with rows of tiny gold buttons The straps lie flat and curve from the shoul ders to the braidedged Y Post HE WOULD OBEY ORDERS An Applicant for Railroad Work Who Tliorotifrlily Understood lib Business A young man with a decidedly seedy appearance entered the office and placing his hand fa miliarly upon the superintendents shoulder accosted him thus Boss can you gimme a job What department Either brakin or firin Do you know the book of rules SomeWell let me see how well you are posted We will suppose you were firing a train that was running from Jersey City to Philadelphia the en gineer would get killed and you would take his place You would find on his clip that the train had orders to take the sidetrack for another train some where in the woods where there was no telegraph office Now suppose that train did not arrive there for say 12 hours what would you do That would be the affair of the not mine I will take your name and if we have need of services we will send for you pood day The next applicant to enter seated himself back of the superintendent end waited for him to break the silence which he did shortly Well sir what can I do for you I would like to have a job boss In what department Train service Are you familiar with the book of rulesA little The superintendent then asked him the same question as the first The fellow scratched his head thin looking the superintendent square in the eye he replied Boss if the looked good and were positive 1 would stay on that sidetrack until hades froze over Go down and import to Mr the trainmaster for duty Philadelphia AND TAU to infants and children in time to prevent pneu monia or croup which are fatal to so many thousands of C C 1m The QUEEN CRESCENT only 24 hours to New Orleans bottles E Stormes early hatand waistcoats beltN lnqui er SAVE by giving Po JE Stormes t Netiv always fashionable shoulders resting superintendents conductor orders doctors bills BABIES i b V10RE Smitt Currey Agents for Dan ville Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at E II Batsons dry goods store tf Town Lot lu for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryants ville or particulars- tf IAS HILLS Feed for Sale Such as corn on the ear crushed corn and cob meal Baled hay cut fodder straw and hay for making chop feed Also Blue Gem and Jellico coals Give us a part of your trade at least which will be appreciated ST Leaven Son tf It Will Go KIglicr We are getting rich too fast and are going to quit the coal business We have ten cars of Kensee Jellico coal we want to close out at once Also two cars of Pitts burg at per bushel Buy now it will go higher when we quit W B Moss Co A 1alnt Lick Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold on a written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented For sale by R E IcRoberts Lancaster Corn to Sell We have made arrangements to sell corn car load lots delivered at any station Rowland branch of not less than 80 barrels to the car Farmers wanting 10 or 20 barrels can arrange jointly with his neighbors to take as much as car load We can have feed oats shipped in car with corn II A B MAUKSBURY SON I oJ the est e Altimont and 10 c nterprlse sooomoMooooeooeeoooooaroooa hOCRIooo- odoowoooooaooooooooooaooao S Bryant viile S C HELP ME THROUGH THE WORLD Goods- I have opened a nice assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries in the house lately occupied by Mr Ballou which I propose to sell at low prices for cash or produce Give me a call before buying elsewhere for I think I can make it to vour advantage to buy from me Phone 35 W B Ball Think Over Tills Yesterday is beyond your reach dont worry over what may then have happened There is no work you can do yesterday Tomorrow hasnt ar rived yet so there is nothing you can do tomorrow just now Dont worry about for it to come but get ready for it Today is the time to do a lot As far as you know today is the only day of the year Do your level best today without regretting yesterday save to profit by its omis sions or worrying over tomorrow save to provide against its demands Ex Modern Dentistry Modern Prices Modern Ideas itwait New Teeth Extracted Without Pain We make a specialty of correct ing any deformaties of the mouth Talking through remedied the cause removed We have an entirely new way to fill teeth without pain Persons with broken artificial teeth can have them repaired in one hour All work done according to lat est method Dr Hobson makes several trips to New York every year and you can always get the latest improvements in Dentistry at his office All work at reduced prices for a limited time All work guaranteed Office next door to Government building DR HOBSON DENTIST RICHMOND KY JNfrOffice open at night thenose r e in This fearful disease often first appears a mere scratch a pimple or 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pacing stallion Don Oh So by Oh So in Scott Hudsons stable has been gelded Garrard farmers so far have been quite successful with their lambs The farmers institutes generally are indorsing the rural free mail system The Winchester Sun says the new crop of hemp is so much superior to the 1808 crop that the product Js to open up in the markeb The Florida orange crop this season promises to be 500000 boxes Next season as groves are now protected from heavy frosts the crop will be over 1000000 boxes Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children le is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough For sale by E E Mclloberts lyr The SentinelDemocrat says the Con tinental Tobacco Company has bought almost 000000 pounds of the 1899 crop of tobacco in Montgomery county up to the present time The modern and most effective cure for constipation and all liver troubles the famous little pills known as Witts Little Early Risers F Frisbie ini A firm has been organized at Jit Sterling for the purpose of breeding hackney horses for the Eastern mar ket where it is reported some hack neys bring fabulous prices Coughs and colds come uninvited but you can quickly get rid of them with a few doses of COUSSEXS Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m R W McVcry of the Kentucky River mills of Frankfort has bought of M Young Jessamine county 1898 crop of hemp amounting to 130 000 pounds at 5 per hundred Mrs S W Arnlet of Nicholas is the fortunate possessor of a cow last year 230 pounds of butter She marketed 152 pounds and used the rest on her own table Nine trotters hold harness records better than 207 viz Allix 203f Nancy Hanks 204 Azote 204f Di rectum 205J Fantasy 200 J Buezetta 2OGf and Ralph Wilkes 2OOJ Three of this number took their records as fouryearolds Many an innocent little darling suffering untold agony and cannot plain its troubles Mark your symptoms you may find it troubled with worms give it WHITESCREAM VERMIFUGE and restore it to quietness and health Price 25cts C C J E Stormes im Among the best cold weather foods will keep the fowls in good condition without making them too fat If a substitute for meat is needed try seed meal Use it sparingly mix ed in with the chopped food every day should know that Honey and Tar is absolutely the best remedy for all diseases of the Throat Chest and Lungs Dealers are authorized to guarantee it to give satisfaction in all cases 25c and 5oc CCJE Stormes Total sales in this market last week were 3305 hhds against 4112 hhds for corresponding week of last year receipts last week 2050 hhds agoinst 3795 hhds for corresponding week last yeor Rejections last week proceeding week Of the total sales 2766 hhds were Burley and 599 were dark tobacco Farm Home Journal The worst after effects of Influenza arise from deranged functions of the liver Clear the blood at once with HERBINE for it will strengthen the liver to withdraw from circulation the biliary poisons Puce 50 Stormes im For Sale day expected 525 HONEY OF TAR county that especially cotton You Total auction C QJE s n delivery BeT hi yided i c child Foley 11 I Winchester Democrat Ecton sold to Chas J Scott this week sixty acres of land on the Ruckerville pike at 00 per acre C W Williams of Galesburg owner of the great trotting Allerton 20i has just completed the largest deal of years in the trot ting horse world He has purchased the three Electioneer stallions Maz atlan 225 Expedition 215i and Bel sire 221 and the Wilkes Boy Sir Vincent 213 All of these horses with Allerton will be brought to Kentucky and located at Ashland Park Farm The price paid is only speculative but it is believed the four cost about 40000 Size doesnt indicate quality Be ware of counterfeit and worthless salve offered for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve DeWitts is the only orginal An infallible cure for piles and all kn diseases F P Frisbie The American Stock Farm says Scott Hudson of this city has proba bly given more fast records to horses than any trainer of his age in the country Scott is but thirty years old yet he has driven ten trotters and pa cers to records that average 209 Five of these were trotters and five pacers and they were all good race horses Hudson has been driving races about nine years and his career has been as successful as that of many trainers who lead him in years and experience It is a fact not generally known that the Ben Davis apple is a native of the State of Kentucky and that the first tree of its kind grew in the orchard of the late Ben Davis of Montgomery county from whom the now celebrated apple took its name says a Jackson correspondent writing to the Courier Journal The fiIst tree which was a seedling has longsince withered away but fruit lovers still have great inter est in the old orchard because it was the starting point of a fruit which has blessed every applegrowing region of the world and literary immortalized the name of the humble farmer upon whose premises the parent twig to sproit and where mankind first learned the excellence of the fruit The chief virtue of the Ben Davis ap pie rises from the fact that it is com punitively free from cider and any bruised spot on one will simply dry up instead of hastening decay which quality renders it very desirable for shipping purposes Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural of the bowels It always cures For sale by R E McRoberts lyr SERVING A CLUB TEA Mode of Procedure When the Ladle Are Having a SemiPub lie Function One large table may be used for the refreshments and the tea and coffee urns should be placed each on an end of the table and be presided over by some one whose gown should harmon ize with the table decorations Plenty of cups should be placed at each end and a dish of cutsugar and one of whipped cream be easily within reach of the pourer of coffee while sugar and slices of lemon should be near the teaurn Piles of plates and of napkins with any necessary sil ver should have places on the table Sandwiches crackers fancy cakes etc are suitable for receptions and these alone are sufficient but any dainty which may be eaten without removing the gloves may be properly served Young ladies may serve from such a by passing among the guests with large plates of any food provided or the ladies may approach the table and take their tea and coffee directly from the Redding in Womans Home Companion DrcHHlnpr for Darns For burns nothing is better than white of an egg beaten to a foam mixed with a teaspoonful of lard Five drops of carbolic acid make it better A dressing that will prevent scarring and give immediate relief is one drachm of bismuth subnitrate to an ounce of vaseline with five drops of carbolic acid Before applying this wash surface with a solution of one of common soda to a pint of common soda Squeeze this from a cloth upon Decidedly Worse Mrs Morrall How our ideas of love and matrimony have retrogaded the last century Mrs what particular Mrs Morrall Why in the difference between the old and new regard for the actuating motive for matrimony what for instance can be worse than the modern custom of marrying for moneyMrs Frank Why for it and not getting it of course mond Dispatch A Good Suggestion MSS have not slightest idea how the wedding begins Ill Lhve to look it up Her Intended glancing with admira tion at the wedding not start off Know ull men by these presents Harlem Life j x DUNN JSOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE M Snveryor Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil County LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to i 0 Rufus IllI recent stallion I chanced looseness Stable pourerInez drachm- s dressings during FrankIn ermarrying YoungbrideI giftsWhy KENTUCKY and Surveyors 1 I e S s 4S I conveniently tb am thi tb PERSONAL AND LITERARY Frank Steunenberg governor of Ida ho is seven feet tall and is straight pine Publishers in Finland lose from 6000 to 10000 a year due to suppression of books by the government Maj AnstrutherThompson who weighs 280 pounds without his is the heaviest man in the British army Nicholas Fellens of Chicago threw away a roll of bills when confronted by holdup men one night recently and then went back the next morning and found the money amounting to 50 Henry Irving has developed the Yan kee trait of answering one question by asking another He was recently asked Has the theater any other mission than to amuse Sir Henry replied Has food any other mission than to please the palate The school board of London has re ceived a letter from a pupil complain ing of a book he received as a prize in his school He wrote It is a Bight Kiplings Jumble book It is a dream about snakes and father says it is only suitable for a man who drinks Mrs Hannah Halsey of Binghamton N Y has willed her to bier son on condition that he shall give his sister so long as she may live eight dozen eggs 12 pounds of butter one ham what milk she can use and all the vegetables she may want each year Frank L Stanton whites in the Constitution of a Georgia boy who sent a letter to his father who was in another town This is the way it read Dear is wrote to tell you Jamie was blowed up by n toy cannon He went in your direction If you find him please send him home as we are worried about him FRISCOS WHITE SLAVES Women and Children Who WorU for Chinese Fruit Merchants for Very Smut Pay Frederick Poole has said that there were at one time if not now iu Philadelphias Chinatown white wom en who were little better than slaves to the Mongolians This is true at San Francisco today There have been while men who con sidered themselves like the Bill Nye of whom Truthful James speaks ruined by Chinese cheap labor Well in Frisco white women and children serve yellow almondejed taskmasters for less than even Chinese wages The whites in question are employed chiefly by the Chinese fruit packers of San Francisco One instance the latest reported and a fair example of the regt is that of a fruit packer of Stockton street who during the season just ended discharged nearly nil his Chinese help and hired while women and children to do his work because they would consent to work for less moneyThe Chinese boss could not induce his fellowcountrymen to accept the pittance he offered and of course his fellowcountrywomen never thought of such a thing There were plenty of white children working in such circumstances it wns said but there were no little Chinese children at it This especial Chinamans establish ment is on Stockton street and his is to put up canned fruits and vegetables being his spe the occasion of a recent visit to place a score or more of white women and 50 or 00 children were found working in Ilings cellar under the side walk peeling pears and peaches under the supervision of a Chinese boss who ruled them as few masters outside of a slave pen would do The little children evidently stood in owe of the master The eldest woman in the lot looked to be at least 70 and there was one little girl there who seemed not more than six or seven years old Boys ranging from eight to 12 were there and slips of girls just en tering womanhood all serving their Mongolian master in fear lest they should fall under his displeasure and he should deprive them of the coveted favor of working for less than Chinese wages The nose is assaulted with noisome vapors and the odor of decaying vege tation the cellar is dark and illyventl but these poor women and dren ply their work eagerly amid the whirring machinery and the steaming vats of the canning factory Yet investigation shows that this is not the result of bard times On the contrary times are good and work is plenty in San Francisco Indeed demand seems far in excess of the sup ply Ignorance is one of the causes then for this condition of affairs But there are other and worse ones Many of the women are opium fiends and can get the drug only by doing a Chinamans bidding All for one or another are said to be under some Mongolian thumb and are forced not only to work themselves but to bring their children to the same drudg ery Philadelphia Press Typhoid Fever In Armies In his address at Boulogne on Hy giene and Its Progress During the Last Hundred Years Dr said that while in the French army the mortality from typhoid fever is about 12 in 10000 in the German army it is as low as one or two per 10000 army that an order of a government au thority addressed to any municipal au thority is immediately carried out so that an impure water supply must soon be replaced by a better one On the other hand many of the French municipalities are indifferent to their responsibilities Dr Bronardel also stated that the first French vaccina tion was done in Boulogne and the statue of Jenner there records the event Chicago Tribune Making Kava Taking the root stalks of the plant two men quickly stripped away the dark outer bark and laying the white pith on one flat stone beat it to a pulp with another The great kava bowl a hollow dish supported by several feet the whole carved out of a solid block of produced and the bruised root placed therein water being poured over it The maker in chief then went through a process of stirring the dregs being ultimately strained out with a bunch of hibiscus fiber Blackwood I as- a accouterments largefarm DadThis Rev I tomatoes IOn I elated chili thee reason Germane woodwas Atlanta business A Model Hnsbaitd Wife 1 saw the loveliest lace spreads today only two dollars and half and I wanted them awfully but I knew you wished to economize and so I didnt get them too bad my dear you should have got them Anything which ndds to your happiness and brings gladness to your eyes any thing which lightens your domestic cnres and gilds the lowering clouds anything which borders with sweet flowers the thorny paths of duty and appeals pleasantly to your aesthetic nature making life more worth liv ing Ironic a paradise you are wel come doubly welcome to niy it doesnt cost more than two dol lars and a half N Y Weekly Another Invention Needed As she paused ior breath he reached for his hat and started for the door Where are you going she asked- I am going to telegraph to Mar coni he replied and tell him that after he has perfected his wireless telegraphy there is another field of much the same nature for him to in vcde What is it she demanded- I want him to devote his intellect to the invention of a voiceless curtain lecture Post Not Hunting Trouble Popleigh Say old man come up to the house tonight we are going to have a little to name the baby My motberinIaw and babys uncles and aunts are going to be there I wish you would come Benthere You must excuse me Pop leigh I never mix in family quarrels Puck DropLetters Some drop their hs and some their gs But few until forced will drop their es You drop an O when you meet surprise And when embarrassed may drop your is When you are stung you will drop a b And posslbly wlth it a great big d But with one dropletter oh never fall The letter your wife gives you to malL Judge Hi Worm Retort Several women entered the car to getherGet up said the fat man to the thin man and give a lady your seat Fat men always think they are priv ileged to remain seated Get up yourself retorted the thin man and give two ladies your seat Chicago Post Bow to Be Beautiful You advertised I believe that you would tell women how to be beautiful- I did Well Id like to know how Certainly certainly Two dollars Thank you The surest way is to be born beautiful Call again some time N Y World Her Point of View Darling exclaimed the happy after the minister had pro nounced them one I am not worthy of your love Of course youre not she replied but at my age a girl cant afford to let even an opportunity like this go by Chicago Journal Domestic Economy Husband My dear I thought we were going to practice economy for i we are dear I went down and countermanded the order you gave your tailor for a suit and bought a bonnet that cost only half the amount TitBits Alncltl Alas As they skated they looked at the stars There were a million or more Their heels flew they observed A few theyd not seen before Chicago Daily Nws THE SYMPTOMS ARE SIMILAR I tt HusbandThats angel- if Chicago timegoing husband timeWifeSo upand Arent you going to have a game with us Nip I feel too bad to play with you El sie I dont know whether its love or that last hunk of puddin Ally Sloper The Safety of Indolence I will be Idle all the day Een though tft work my yearning wakes For then I truthfully may say That I am making no mistakes Washington Star must have taken a lot of nerve for him to laugh and joke while the doc tors were taking his leg off at the knee Didnt he seem excited Well I thought he talked in a rather disjointed manner Chicago Tribune Low Temperature Teacher What happens when a mans temperature goes down as far as it can go Smart has cold feet Christian Register The Idea Mrs Scrumpy Does your daughter play by ear Mrs F Mrs 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