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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k KgU I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster IT as Second Clot Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON FEBRUARY Iy1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t 1 J k C ntntENTH YEAR NUMBER 44 I T a- 1t r r II a- toth1 TDRA We are now our New EMBROIDERIES The counter where these exquisite embroideries are shown should prove an at tractive one to the women who like dainty trimmings and moderate prices When these beautiful goods areseen the impossibility finding artistic or of be ap parent 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 Sc Ladies and Misses Jackets Blankets and Comforts at much less than value and many other lines we are sell ing at great bargains Our Customers EXPECTbetter values here than any where 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 AWAKE pupils Never seeking large profits and be ing always cash buyers we continually increase our clientage by constant bar gain giving and price cut tinge You dont have to be a good judge of merchan dise to get big values here nor do you have to come or much money as other by this policy for while our prices are smaller our sales are much largerthan any other concern in this section In other words we look to vol urns of sales for our profits which accounts for o u r dwarfed quotations Our customers appreciate this nd you will too i f you LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY 5 T I Receiving o f anymore and disap houses q tryus Vi 7 y j 1 J timeunn uestionab I i r r J fr r e LANCASTER AND VICINITy f0001 a II I 1 ooe CliO 00 oee 00 0 1 ooeoooeoo oee eooee eewe veeoeeo seeeeooooee 3 I iW ee eeeeeeeeeeoaao J at no so he Latest From Frankfort- A message received from Frankfort we go to press 930a m says Senator Goebel is still alive with bright prospects of recovery The troops have full possession of the state offices and no one without a pass permitted to enter The legislature met in the Capital Hotel last night and declared Goebel governor He was at once sworn in sat up in bed and wrote an order appointing Jno B Castleman adjutant general fowls T Bring your eggs and get 15c per dozen Do not miss the at Blue Grass Grocery this week Handsome line of new wall just received by J A Beazley Co 18 pounds best for 100 this week at Grocery Company Dont fail to hear the popular drama Uncle Josh February 8th at the House I will be better prepared to do all kinds carriage repairing this spring than ever Good work at low Our Spring Goods now arriving and you can get the pick of the hand somest lines ever brought to Lancas ter by calling at once J Joseph Service Sunday Rev Massee tells us he will fill his regular appointments at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening the usual hours Stop and Think It is to your interest to have your Buggy Surrey Phaeton Wagon and Farm Implements repaired in first class order Costs no more than shody work Call early to avoid the rush J B CONN Very Cold A cold swept down upon us Saturday and the mercury has been as low as two decrees below zero at times during the week The coal dealers have had a supply of fuel and suffering has been experienced A few have applied for charity but not many as last winter Ware Successful Master Ware McRoberts was quite successful in the poultry show at Louis ville He tools third prize on his white Pekin drake the fowl scoring 97 points In the show of ducks of the same variety he took third prize scoring 95 points R L Elkin of this city got the next prize and Ware is jubilant over defeating Bob He now has a number of Cornish Indian Game chickens which have been much rHenderson James D Henderson died at his home near Lowell last Saturday morning after a brief Illness of heart trouble The deceased was one of Gar rard countys most prominent and highly respected citizens and a man for who all had great respect He leaves a widow and five children the Doctors Whereas and Resolve The local doctors met Tuesday and prepared a petition to Mr Ray Gar rards represent ve asking him to vote against the bill now pending which licenses the osteopaths a practice which they pronounce as of the quack variety They also went into an agree ment to if possible prevent their lives from being annoyed out of them by the fellows wanting whisky pres criptions Their society is to have a number of books printed especially for this use and each doctor is to pay to the treasurer of the society so much money pet book This will require them to charge twentyfive cents for each prescription given as no one will want togive away the which has paid out his hard cash Warriors Bold The Lancaster Tribe of Improved Order of Red Men met Tuesday eve ning in Odd Fellows Hall and pro ceeded to organize and install the offl cers The tribe will number about forty when all signers in and bids fair to be one of the leading orders of the town The work is exceedingly fine and differs materially from the usual run of things Col Van Zandt the state organizer was present and conducted the ceremonies The local lodge was worked up by Mr Wllkin son of Stanford He is unusually bright and sociable gentleman and the kind of fellow everybody likes as soon as meeting him He asks THE RECORD to thank the for their kindness to him while in and says he will always have a warm spot in his heart for them The boys by JBd and if he dont see what he wants over here all he has to do is to ask and it will be forth coming We regret that lackof space organization a r just as WantedDressed y toNorthcott big the paper r BlueGrass v prices W J are ea here admired later blanks for are Lancaster forit prevents a t tf r i Cu rre wins 1 nest Roman wave alVgi own young swear more nptieti a r i 1 the a tf US of of K u The City Council meets Monday night W J Romans l hay for sale bale xv Fresh Crjfcjsefs 5cpound at Blue Grass Grocery this The Proctor Knott cigar leads em all in easy drawing and fragrantsmoke The Knights of Pythias will have work in second degree tomorrow night I am agent for the Hayworth Corn planter for Garrard M F ROUT Marksbury Ky Poultry Hens 5c lb docks 5c lb geese 30c to 35c and turkey S tpJJc i d If you are thinking of purchasing buggy or surrey get J B Conns prices before placing your order Money to Loan Any amounts from 100 to to Terms easy J C HEMIHILI We cordially invite anjnspection of our lovely lines of Ribbons They are beauties and we are proud to show them to our customers J Joseph Fresh homemade bread day descriptionMealsin any style Leave your orders for re ception refreshments R ZIMMEU Ready For Business We have received our immence stock of Furniture Carpets Mattings Etc and cordially invite the public to call examine goods and prices We can make it to your interest to deal with Louisville Furniture Co to Hotel Lancaster Ky A New Firm On next Saturday we will open a complete stock of general merchandise in our new room on Richmond street next to Baptist church Will carry a first class store and invite our friends to give us- a call C D Powell Co Business Change- R P Poynter of Glasgow Ky has bought of Win Ward an interest in the Lancaster Flour Mills and the firm name will be Ward Poynter R G Wardleased the Plaining Mills and will have entire control of same THE RECORD bespeakes for these en terprising gentlemen a liberal share patronage Nev Grocrry We have purchased the entire stock groceries of Falconer Herndon for cash and we cheerfully solicit the patronage of the Lancaster trade We will pay cash for every article discount every bill thus saving many dollars to our cus tomers if you want to get good ceries at cash prices call on us We purchased a large of groceries before the rise in prices and we pro pose to sell the bestgoods cheaper than any other firm in Lancaster Give us an order and we will appreci ate it and guarantee satisfaction a Respectfully E C GAINES Co Enjoyable Entertainment The Kentucky a splen did concert at the Opera House Tues day evening Those present were so delighted with the music that they made a special request that they sing again last night which was done The extreme cold weather together with the excitement over affairs at Frankfort kept many from attending and should they visit our town again they are sure of a crowded house Each number on the program was roundly applauded and enchored Mr A D Flora an old Lancaster boy was given a hearty reception and en chored time and again Indignation Meeting When the news of the of Goebel reached Lancaster it and at 2 oclock the court room was well filled with representative citizens of both parties Mr J A Doty was called to the chair and j M Farra made secretary A committee on reported as given below During the meeting number of speeches were made The following resolutions show the feeling of the people over the shooting We the committe appointed by the Jzens of Garrard county held at the on the assasination of Wm Goebel would respectfully report the follow img terms tLc ofWmGoebel as damnable cowardly and foul as sassination in the strict ed with it and to show our unreserved pf sold cowardly and we names to this resolutjbn T B Rob inson Ws I XVlHiJamsR H Qwsley opd G B Swine j broad f t a 1 I j sled the check- row county Want d H anew 1J 0 suit J very Next keptin general purchased gr stoCk Colonels gave decided resolutions was appointedind indignation meeting the cit 20 1900 to prepare suitable resolutions upon That we her byfdenouncelnunmeas est terms any and connect n Letch 50c per weeks borrower flew rything S and will 0 Tuesday called courthouse all persons condemnation Tom son v4 n an a our rJ ry p No smoke better thanthe Proctor Knott cigar 3 pou sJbest Baking for 5c at Blue Grass T Currey will pay cash or produce for eggs I am standing a nice Jersey LOO cash m25tf R L ELKIN New stock of plain gold wedding rings and diamonds J C Thomp sons s Have that sewing madhine gun revolver and all kind of repairing done at J B Conns new shop To Rent Blacksmith shop and dwelling at Old Paint Lick For particulars address T R Slavin Manse Ky Collarette between John Ander and Charley Grimes Sunday Please return to this office The Paint Lick Enterprise seems to have turned its toes to the daisiesand abandoned the job of filling a longfelt want Our pronounced by the ladies to be the prettiest shown in Lancaster We bough them right and can give you surprisingly low JJoseph Everyone is talking of the grand low bargains at the Blue Grass Groce this week Come and see how much you can get for so LITTLE MON EY Bring your PRODUCE along Passed Examination Lewis West and Herndon of this city have received reports of their examinations under the Civil Service Both received high marks far above the average Fork Church Society The Ladies Working Society of the Fork church met with Mrs Todd Scott Jan 18th and elected the follow ing new officers for the year Mrs Todd Scott president Mrs J A Wood secretary and Miss ME Marks bury treasurer This society did well making two hundred dollars last year Popular Play The plop of Uncle Josh is one of brightest most lovable and comedies ever written In three acts it depicts the adventures of un sophisticated bighearted Joshua Whitcomb in Boston and his quiet New England home Almost every sentencecontains a hearty laugh and the others are full of happy mingling of laughter and tears At the Opera House Thursday February J 8th Admission 25c 50c and 75c re served seats at McRoberts Store County Must Keep Up The Pikes The Harrodsburg Sayings says In the case sent up to Judge Saufley in volving the contention between the City of Mercer coun ty as to keeping up the pikes in the city limits his honor decided that the county must sustain the roads as the pike corporations had done until said county had paid for them and gotten deed therefor The county will not finish paying for for a year yet and County Judge B F Roach in formed the reporter that the spread ing of rock on those streets in town which were kept up by the orginal owners of the roads will wbegin imme diately Talk orAnother Paper We see there is talk of starting an p another paper at Danville It is about the easiest thing in the world to start a paper the promoters gen erally being pumped full of hot air by parties who nine times in ten owe pa ff per already in existence A few peo pie can always be counted upon to get the line under their tail and kick at g any paper butthese few cannot sup port the one they insist is necessary sto be started to fill a longfelt want has been every ten a success of run Wing a newspaper j Last Sunday a preacher p heads that it did not pay to get and say ugly words when things did not go to suit them We then and there resolved to try and accept his advice but on coming to the office Monday morning with the mercury p below 0 and everything frozen as tight as a drum the stove pipe pro seeded to fall down just as we fire to burning The soot landed all over a lot of in tine on our only shirt and piled welonged for that pulpit pounder to Capt White put on his coat and home the foreman went in search of a blind tiger jvhile the devil merry in his It may be well enough to preach on Thou shalt not etc butrthose who insist upon ita being wrong never through a st yeplpe wreck oa n I j a T k CI j Soda Grace I Bul at Bring duce Eggs and Poultry to B Grass Groce and get best arket prices Lest afternoon figures I BenD over T the pathosa HarrodSburgand thepikes if r fseveral years subscription to the estimated that one man trying to fG the job work Ifloor Oh be present and chattered G Y es IGr qq f highest ice I Yo rpr Butterti ue saris Percales ever laughable r r makes we heard drum it iato his congre flan s mad had started cases upon the how help enjoy the scenery went cuss went w ciH at of He es He his On the er I can you money on harness W J Rflman L Fine California c pound at Blue Ask for the Proctor Knott cigar Its the best smoke you can get S T Leavell now has plenty of oats hay and corn on hand for Buggy built to order Get a hand made buggy and it will last you J B CONK Wheat Wanted Highest market price paid Address II C Potts Buckeye Ky If you homemade bug I have CH P W J Bring your Eggs to the Blue Grass Grocery where you can always get the highest market prices for them Dont buy a buggy phaeton surrey The largest stock ever in Lancaster to select than any where W J sold stock of groceries to Ed C Gaines Co who will continue the business at the Holton Frank Called Holton O Frank of Lexington has been called by the Christian church at Grange City and also Moores Bath county for one half his time during the ensuing year Accepts A Call Rev Henry Faulconer has accepted call to a church in Hillsboro Ohio left with his wife this week to make his home there The best wish of Lancasters people go with him is a young minister of oxtraordin aryabilty and the church securing services is to be congrarulated Found at Marcellus the first evening of January 1COO best Harrow on themarket 1200 Ask 0 T Wallace Joel Wall George B Robinson J S Johnson Y Hudson C M Jenkins Nixon Per kins F B Kemper M F Rout Garrett Wood Clate Elder IM Dunn James Hills Eugene Berkele Adams James Spillman William Lawson or any other farmer what they are At same place the machine to make old fiiiggy fit the spindles just as they do when new for 50 cents for each spindle C K POIXDEXTER h 0 Q sa GrassGrocer wa gy Surrey aeton or the Butter rid or roadwagon until you my prices from rites wer ns Fa rndon their same stand Flemingcounty for Arnold L C E l have J rune sale for as 380 a ood roadwag Roma see Bgsl is aIIee- bfessrs conerR ha wheels The Garrard Open After many tedious delays the Gar rard Hotel has thrown open its doors to the public THE RECORD has from time to time given descriptions of the building and our readers are familiar with the size and arrangement As stated before it is built connection with the Opera House the two covering the entire Miller lot at of Public Square and Richmond street The three stories make room to accomodate one guests with all ease The office is largest ever made in a country town it being 50 by 75 feet square The parlor is situated on second floor next to the dining room the latter being 25 by 50 feet with several large win room also on second floor The three sample rooms are located on second and third Moots a large being used to lift the drummers trunks to them These rooms have large windows thus making a splendid place for the Knights of the Grip to display their goods There are in all 20 bed rooms each being furnished with new carpets iron bedsteads with brass trimmings oak bureaus and wash stands a centre table and several chairs There are water clos ets on each floor each being flushed by the large compressed air tank in the basement Electric lights are placed in each room and many are located along the halls Each room has an electric call bell running to the office The halls parlor and most of the rooms are covered with Brussels carpets as are also the The immense heaters located in the basement keep each room in the building thoroughly warm and no matter what hour a rom is wanted it is perfectly comfortable The apparatus is pronounced by people who are posted on such matters to be the best they have seen W Manager Fissinger and after the running of jhe house in and they see that each servant performs the duties required of him Parties who have stopped at The Gar rard are loud in praises of the fare and pronounce it the best to be had at the average country hotel Lancaster people are proud of the building and are glad to know it is starting off under such favorable prospects Proctor Knott cigars are best The QUEEN CRESCENT only through car line to Ashville More local on page 3 thereof hun TInsele- vator located heating stew N Ie corner am t stairways wife Tool person ng i a new metal which tarnish 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 i J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Ware willnot andalways R HASEL DEN ins SOl Arterial soil Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets TIME TABLES K C Branch Mixed passes Lancaster 1110 AV Uorthbnd Mixed 335 p M- Passgr 252 AX Nonthbnd 12 29 A H 0 u rthbnd thbnd 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 Suit Overcoat and Ulster of our stock 25 per cent DISCOUNT This means more to the buyer than ever before such a chance seldom occurs 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 our goods We make ihis Wonderful and 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 value we want the people to possess as they e the greatest we have ever offered can be got ten of any other house LOOK INTO OUR STORE The prices on the will tell you a tale that will surprise you Lope liisoi f iP 0 I I V icII IQ C J I J Qj I 1 IIItI I I I JQl D Q I I I I I Truthfulof I IJJ I Q Q J tIIIJJ or l t 1 I I OIOIO 1 d iI I f v I y f fi Q 1 Q Q Ol- eoooooooo ooooo000000000000 1 t a l 1 1 1 3 D 0 D goods o eSSSSSt o4 Q Q1 tze r es r SHOES SOCKSOn going over our sbock we find we have TOO MANY HEAVY BOOTS and SHOES ATe need room for New Spring Stock and offer them The GLOBE The C E v andlI i 1 25 t 5 O per cent Below Regular Prices I opened Fancy Patterns now I BargaInS In All Departments asi11er irsch LOB i TOCE2 r I i i ci a Have just a ease of Socks Bright New Regular 25ets quality 15cts Iii AZT7ITTIE KENt A CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK ET LOUIS LANDRAK Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TEa ORB YBAB IN ADVANCE f100 Biz MONTHS 50 THREE 35 I THURSDAY February i 1900 Tuesday morning shortly after 11 oclock as Senator Goebel was going through the State House yard at Frankfort he was fired upon by an unknown party supposed to have been concealed in the statahouse Oije of the balls struck the in the right side onethird of the distance down from the armpit to the hip He reeled and fell Warden Eph Lillard and Col Jack Chinn who were with Mr Goebel raised his head and did what they could for him He was carried to the Capital Hotel where the best physicians and surgeons mon ey can procure are doing everything in their power to save his life The shooting the wildest excite merit in the city and men ran about like maniacs A mountain man nam ed Whittaker was arrested and hur ried to the jail All sorts of threats were made but cooler heads in preventing Whittaker from be ing lynched It has since developed that there is some doubt as to his guiltBoth branches of the legislature were quickly adjourned and the mem bers rushed pell mell to the streets Such excitement as existed and now exists in Frankfort was never before known All sorts of rumors are afloat and threats freely made but leaders are prevailing upon the hotter headed to go slow as the truth will prevail and come to the top in If the man who did the shooting is captured he should not be rushed off and hung but forced if possible to tell the conspirators who planned the assassination It may be also that the man who fired the shot was a crank led up to the deed by the wild talk of partisans There are many ways to look at the tragedy and we hope the people will look at it in a calm and collected way and let the law take its course By order of the Governor the legis lature will convene in London 6 he believing that by so doing much of the excitement will die down and trouble averted Excitement is at a high pitch all over the state and much wild talk is being done by lead ers in both parties Every one con demns the shooting and the hanging of those connected with it is looked forward to with much pleasure by all lovers of the state THEY say that when the Chinese and Japs were at war the former car ried a contrivance containing a fluid the smell of which would cause the enemy to beat a hasty retreat When the Japs got to crowding too closely the Chinamen would throw these in struments at them Some one that the Frankfort warriors adopt this method but it would not work The stench from that mess is already greater than anything the Chinese or any other human could KBUPP the German gunmaker has completed a paper cannon which is so light that a soldier can easily carry it and it is said to be stronger than a steel cannon of the same size As soon as Mr Krupp gets his instruments of war on the market he will doubtless open a branch house at Frankfort The politicians now lugging around 45calibre pistols will quickly exchange for one of the new cannons the latter being much lighter BULLETPROOF cloth firms all over the country are sending samples of their goods to members of the and prominent politicians at Frankfort The fame of Kentucky Keep QHlet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural of the bowels It always For sale by R EMcRoberts lyr Senator duetime February suggests 0 looseness 1 created succeeded invent legislature cures has gone abroad and citizens of other states believe that every one in Ken tucky is in danger of being picked off by stray bullets IN refering to the day set apart for Humiliation and Prayer at Frank fort the says it has the most implicit confidence in the power of a Divine Being but it will be the biggest contract the Lord had on hands for some time unless He treats it as he did Sodom and Gom orrah A LARGE crop of greatgrandchildren for Queen Victoria is counted on for 1900 says a dispatch in a daily paper Matters over there we judge are on the rise Free of Charge Any adult suffering from a cold on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who 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 PAINT LICK Fish Kinnaird have shipped sev eral car loads of walnut and ash logs from here during this month Corn is sellin for 200 to 250 per bar deliveredThere of starting a plaining mill here Moore Champ are opening their store near the bridge with a full line of new goods Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children Ie is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough For sale by R E McRoberts lyr Mr James D Henderson died last Saturday the 27th at 10 oclock a m and was buried on 28th at Old Paint Lick cemetery Miss Minnie Woods of Hustonville who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Mr Cabel Woods of Hustonville is visiting relatives here this week Mr B G Kilgore the hustling drummer with Belknapp Co of Louisville spent Sunday here with friends Miss Fannie L Wallace opened her school in the Dr Nichols store room last Tuesday Quite a number of our young people attended The Western Stars in Lancaster Friday night and report a splendid musical entertainment K P Adams and Hubert Griggs of Richmond are visiting Sweet Music Bucker The leaders of the D D society are meeting with much success with their new lodge They now have a membership of about 20 much praise is given D Dozen Rice is being the founder of this lodge Miss Jen nie Wallace ofPoint Leavell visited Miss Mattie McCormack last week Walter Hammack of Lancaster friends here Sunday me Rayburn of Lexington is visiting Campbell Piles of People testify to the merit of BANNER SALVE in curing piles It is guaran teed C C J E Stormes 1m W H Furr sold a yearling heifer C Clouse for 2925 W H Furr bought a haystack from J B Parks for 5 W H Furr has several nice cows and calves for sale Mrs John Corhm is on the sick list Mrs Pleas Goings is very sick at this writing Rev W A Turner are holding a series of meeting at Good Hope this week Mr M A Archer and wife spent last week at his Mr Samp Archers Mrs M A Archer and Miss Carrie Archer spent Wednesday at W H Purrs A Misunderctaudlng Misunderstood symptoms of disease lead doctors to treat something else when the kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring you health when other medicines have failed CCJE Stormes 1m JessamineJournal settled call bottle o Miss May Miss Hallie I WOODS to- T Brummeth- J G i will a visited N1 fathers a St e S rY 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 STONE Calvier Bruner passed through here on his way home from the mountains with a bunch of mules which he bought there C W Mitchell sold to Taylor San ders a bunch of turkeys at 6 cents per poundMrs Peachie Grow sold a bunch of shoats to James Clark at 3cts per lb John Onstott also sold to James Clark a bunch of shoats at Are you restless at night and by a bad cough Use COUS SENS HONEY OF TAR it will se cure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure Price 25 cents and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Mrs Mattie Land is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Wise of Warren county visited the latters brother Mr L M Crutchfield and family part of last week and then to Hubble to visit their sister Mrs Ethel Stone for a few days Mrs Mary East has been sick a few days Misses Katie Osbeam of Warren County and Alber ta Windward of Hanly Jessamine coun ty visited their aunt Mrs C W Mitchell last week Messrs L LSan ders and L D Mitchell attended a party given by Miss Nannie Ball at her home near Bryantsville last Thurs day night James Adams and J R Roberts have returnedhome from the Mountains with a nice little bunch of cattle and mules Cecil Broaddus and Lenn Teater left Friday for the mountains to buy stock They are hustling young men I have always used Foleys Honey and Tar cough medicine and think it the best in the world says ChasBen der a newsdealer of Erie Pa C C J E Stormes 1m CAMP NELSON The Falls City made her regular weekly trip from Louisville to Lock No 8 Sunday She took on board at this place 437 sacks Of wheat from C C Glass Bro 12 hhds of tobacco from C M Jenkins and 365 bbls of whiskey from E J Curley Co The Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Co received a barge of 4000 bushels of grain Snnday by Steamer MinnieWe glad to learn that little Hugh Tomlinson is improving from a severe attack of pneumonia Mr John Holcomb of Burgin and B G Mullins postmaster at Bryantsville were in the Camp Sunday visiting Mr Jackson Morris who is at E J Curley Cos distillery W H Boner will make a trip to Mt Sterling this week on business Mr J B Fayne visited his grandmother who is ill at her home at Sunday An Editors Lire Saved by Chamberlains Remedy During the early part of October 1896 I contracted a bad cold which settled on my lungs and was neglect I feared that consumption had an incipinent state I was constantly coughing and trying to expell something which could not I became alarmed and after giving the local doctor a trial bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the result was immediate improvement and after I Mad used three bottles my lnngs were restored to their state B S Edwards Publisher of the Review Wyant Ill For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m I 3lctsper lb storekeeper Cough eduntil appearedin i i system Harassed very Buckeye w Come to see us in Our New Store Room R E McROBERTS DRUGGIST Door to National BaskNext To Stop A Cold After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never tails to stop a cold if taken in time Take noth ing else Stormes 1m BRYANTSVILLE Mr Mote Robinson of the Bend neighborhood has sold his farm to Mr McWhorter for 50 per acre There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday night Regular services will be held at Pleasant Grove Sunday morning at 11 oclock Those indebted to J S Haselden will please call and settle The ac counts are past due and he needs the moneyMiss Mary King has been visiting friends in Spencer county B F Jennings visited relatives here last week Mrs Deatheridge and little son have returned to their home in Richmond after spending a week with her mother here Mrs Bobt Arnold of Paint Lick has been guest of her sister Mrs Dr Elliot the past week Miss Alberta Wood ard of Hanley and Kate Sursbum of Paris were guests of Miss Nannie Ball last week Mrs Arnoldof Rich mond is visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Johnson Miss Annie Burk of Paint Lick visited friends here Mr Tomlinsons son who has been quite ill of pneumonia is better today Mr and Mrs Smith Williams of Surgin visited her sister here last week Miss Collie Leavell who was attending school at Danville is at home ill this week TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is no panacea but is recommended for Piles only These it will cure Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stofmes 1m NINA Wesley Hume bought of Chas Bol ton one cow for 25 Sam Prather boughtof R A one family mare for 25 Jones sold to Cap W rmouth 1 sow and nine pigs for 25 Mr Dave Jones bought of Henry one yearling heifer for 18 Mr GeorgeLear will have his new house ready for occupancy in a few daysRev John M Bruce will preach at Freedom Baptist church on thethird Saturday and Sunday in February JA Cotton and wife of Madison County came over to Garrard last Tuesday on a business trip Elizerah Jones Ray returned home from a weeks stay with relatives and friends in county Dont irritate your lungs with a stubborn cough when a pleasant and effective remedy may be found in COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR Price 25 cents and 50 cents C C fc J E Stormes 1m The fine weather which prevailed for the last two weeks a good number of farmers to begin the tilling of the soil some getting a fine start while others were discussing Taylor and Goebel Bites Chilblain quickly cured by BANNER SALVE the most healing remedy in the world Stormes im S E 0 Sunday Pra her Jim caused ad C 0i CC N the some Prewitt Madison Frost C JE Y altt y y Faults of digestion cause disorders of the liver and the whole system be comes deranged HEBBINE perfects the process of digestion assimila tion and thus makes pure blood Price 50 cents CC J E Stormes MARKSBURY A gentleman in this vicinity was discussing financial affairs He said I wish I were able to give each of my children 10000 when they become of age His youngest son aged 11 look ed up and said very earnestly Well pa pa if you will get me a gun I will be satisfied We have heard of the small boys love for a gun but we think that this excells them all Mrs Kathrine Aldridge of Lancas ter is spending this week with her son Mr H D Aldridge Mr Steve Burdett of Harrodsburg and Mesda mes Taylor Burdette and James King of Bryantsville visited Miss Ruth Aldridge last vveek TIHerring and family spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Ambrose Bourne near Bettis There were many sad hearts in this community Saturday when the friends and relatives heard of the death of Mrs B H Batson She was a noble sweet woman and was beloved by every one that knew her The bereaved family have the entire spmpathy of this community Mr EveretteParks and Miss Pearl Aldridge attended church at Paint Lick Sunday and Miss Dula Burke Miss Lucile Marsee has begun a select school at Mt Hebron Frequently occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and burises For use in such cases BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT has for many years been the constant favorite family remedy Price 25 cts and 50 cts C J E Stormes 1m At 8 p m the gaslights gleam Reveals young Cholly Hes calling on his lady fair sit this far apart poppedTheirIf we could wed see that they Aresittingcloselikethis Baltimore American delays are caused with cough and cold cures Foleys Honey and Tar will prevent a cold from resulting in C C VJE Stormes 1m Brigham H Roberts says his succes sor for Representative will be Richard W Young a Democrat and a grand son of Brigham Young I think I would go with pain where it Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W H Stapleton Herminie Pa I have been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number but Pain Balm is the best medicine I have got hold of One application relieves the pain For sale E Druggist 1m The Senate is to hear speeches the week from Mr TiHman Mr Bacon on the Phillippine question Children who are with worms are pale in the face fretful by spejls restless in sleep have rings around their eyes bad dreams variable and pick the nose WHITES dREAM VERMIFUGE will and expel these parasites 25 cents C C J E Stormes acid visited cid nts pt 1 byexperi no for binM Roberts bluE I N 4S O FATAL PNEUMONIA crazy during and troubled appetite kill Price r rL 4 fi ir sM SPECIAL FOR 30 DAYS Stock Reducing is a feature of this i sale and everything in the stock will a feel its force especially heavy goods such as S OVERCOATS Ladies Wraps c Meat Lard Feathers Eggs and Poultry wanted at highest prices A BOON TO MANKIND D TABLERS BUCKEYE IiJ IiJ IiJ IiJ IiJ IiJ IiJ PREINVENTORY SALE rn rn COMFORTS BLANKETS IiJ IiJ IiJ I E i 0 a 0- S 0 t LsCo PaiutLic i 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 310 Ntffl Mall Strut ST LOUIS MC INTERNALand BALWD Sole STORE i l r C JAMES F Pro tk K1 STURI IES DRUG f ORGANIZED 1888 ITi IZESS NATIONAL OF LAliOA8TB1 rr BAIL Capital 50000 Surplus Fund 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED PromptAttentionOaanuiteed J KHieeismoTHAic Presides Lnrw Y LKITXLL YlcePresldesi B FHODSOK CftaU W O Bi8KXT Assistant ODWAIAXK DISXCTOBS JMHiaemoTHAv Lawn y LXATXLL BFHCBSOK Hemp I will for hemp delivered at the de pot in Iianpaster or at my home B 1C WET 4 xi T 1i Wanted tf c f Carefuland Cash Boo cxeet ei WALiss7 cash doff ti PILE 1 CURE Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat exhausted digestive or is the latest digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea allother results of imperfectdigestion Prepared by E C F P Frisbie Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will he atGilchCT Hotel Danville on Saturday Jan at St Asaph Hotel Monday Jan 29th returning day each month v examined and Glasses Bctehtificaily adjusted KOdol aidsNaturestructingthe 27 hand 2 f r i i S A Stanford one Eyes tr Vyr OJ l 1 Immense Line of Stationery JUST Arrived Dont forget tnat we are Headquarters Pyre Fresh Drugs Cigars and Toilet Articles Etc Prescriptions a Specialty Frisbies PharmacyNew Hotel Building iii Iro1acCts H 1 a0 for- T s r 3 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY February i PEOPfcE Miss Hallie Rice is visiting Miss Sal lie Lou Myers Miss Hattie Arnold is visiting near Buckeye Mr Hines os Somerset has been in this city for a few days Senator Geo Farris of Frankfort here a few days first of the week Mr Rodman of Frankfort has been Miss Christine Bradleys guest Miss Eugenia Bush has returned from a nleasant visit to Stanford Miss Mary Chestnut of her sister Mrs John Woods Mr and Mrs Cherrie of Broadhead have been visiting Mrs J I MrSpureogn Sympson of Louisville is the guest of his brother Mr J H Sympson few friends spent Tuesday very pleasantly with Miss Marksbury Miss Bettie Anderson is in Tenn visiting her sister Mrs Wm Marrs Mrs Elbert Smith and pretty baby of Jellico Tenn are guests of Geo Farris Mr E L Logan of Danville is relatives in and around this week Dr B OBannon and wife of attended the funeral of Mrs R H Batson Monday Mrs Duncan of Nicholasville is ex visit her daughter Mrs Sam Haselden this week Revs Bruce and Copas attended the ordination of the deacons at Baptist church Sunday afternoon Homer Batson of Ann Harbor Mich attended the funeral of his mother Mrs R H Baton Miss Mable Junctipn City is visiting her grandparents Judge and Mrs Eph Brown Miss Bertha Hilton has recovered sufficiently from her recent illness to be back in R H Batsons store Dr Goldstein the optican passed through town Sunday en route to to there Col Jim Maret of Mt Vernon has been in the city for several days He is connected with the telephone lines The Social and Industrial Club will meet with Mrs J C Massee next Thursday afternoon at half past two oclock Mr Homer Baughman and Miss Sal lee of Danville were guests of Mr and Mrs John Baughman of Hyatts vine Sunday Miss Sallie Elkin is in Cincinnati taking additional lessons in China painting She will purchase a china kiln and give lessons upon her re turn Many Lancaster friends extend sympathy to Mr and Mrs Sam Joseph on the death of the latters mother which occured in Cincinnati several days ago Mr Joe Robinson is at tht hospital in Stanford undergoing theatment for catarrh An operation was performed Monday and we are glad to learn he is rapidly improving Richmond Climax Miss Jane Lusk of Point was the guest of Mrs Geo D White at White Station last week Mr Will Denny of Point Leavell visited friends here last week e 1 MOOD II I 11 U DO II relatives was 1 Boyleis visiting Hamilton evening Knoxville Mr visiting Lancaster Stanford to Roystonof Stanford hisappeintments l LeaveIl i r Igo- i oeaooooeoeoooeoooooooeooooooot A OUT N1o ooo 1f i VIA Alt edpert fill IE WE IT ni a jj t Lexington Leader Misses Massie Leavell Denny and Gena Dunlay will go to Louisville Friday for a visit their kinswoman Miss Sara Dunlap They will see Irving and Terry Sat urday and several other pleasant things are planned in their honor Mr and Mrs Ralph Arnold at their home on the Crab Orchard pike Thursday evening The following young people were present Misses Nannie Anderson Lena Rogers Nellie Diliion Virgie Conn Jennie Rogers Pearl Huffman Nellie and Virgie Arnold Fannie Austin Bettie Arnold and Mrs Minnie Harvey Messrs John Swope Paris Mahan Seed Boner Ashby Arnold Edd Thunnon Gee Conn and Edd Ross All report having spent a pleasant evening If the reader of this should chance to know of any who is subject attack of bilious colic he can do him no greater favor than to tell him of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and arrhoe Remedy It always prompt relief For sale by R E Me Roberts Druggist 1m Ray Holds III Seat 111 the contest between Lewis L Walker and Wm Ray for representa tive from Garrard the legislative com mittee reported as follows We the committee selected to hear the contest of Walker vs Ray from the county of Garrard most respect fully submit for the of theHouse of Representatives the follow report On the meeting of the committee to hear the case the authorized of both contestant and contestee being present a motion to quash theof contestant was made by thecontestee on the ground 1 that he failed to show any right in himself to contest the seat of contestee and 2 that the notice of contest was tain and indefinite The committee reserved its decision as to the motion and demurrer filed and went into an examination of the testimony The attorney of the to the of testimony as to all questioned on the thatsuch is secondary and incompetent It appears from the by the contestant that he ba ses his contest upon the returns from three viz No 1 in which fiftyone ballots were questioned No and No 5 in which thirtyfour ballots were questioned It further developes that in Pro cinct No 1 a number of said ballots in addition to the stencil mark on them had parts of postage stamps with numerical on them pasted on said ballots and that others of said ballots were blank We are of theopinion that the election officers were right in rejecting said ballots In Precincts Nos 4 and 5 it appears that of the rejected in addition to the stencil mark under one device had other marks under other devices made appearantly with thumb or finger or reverse end of in cil or were in addition to the stencil also marked with a lead pencil in the named precincts the questioned bal T lots were thrown into the bal lotbox and returned to the County Clerk without the that they were questioned ballots or were or were not counted We are of the opinion the election officers were regularities in the precincts are im material and without sufficiency of proof to require to them Passing over the failure of the con testant to show in himself a right contest the seat now held by the testee and withoutgiving our opinion of the testimony offered we are of ifthe that were all the ny heard competent it is ipsufficient to justify this body reversing the find of the election of county We therefore recommend Dir rAtnln hiccAntnc a her of this House of Representatives P M Chairman The modern and most effective cure for constipation and all liver troubles the famous little pills known as De Witts Little Early Risers F P Frisble 1m r r n in cy too t sing attorneys submitted st appears cel seedtow the or Ray mel 1 entrained one Luc ate to tests Gat 4 e DIeS m0 rand When you need something BESH A and TEMPTING no use GOOD somethlna to look all over town just call to see US we We keep the most complete assortment of n Lancaster Our Motto High Class Goods Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment SYBHSON T GROCERiES B At 2i iT fh c A have it it Ai r t T FULLERrki wS kk- Y v- r Sc a are Of she the to or she be ian SUi No l Buy International Chicken Food T Cjirrey It will make your hens lay ImpoKj nt Notice My old accoun smuTStrbe settled at once This means all who are G S Gaines 21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 nice 750 lb steers Apply to T M Johnston or Sons For Exchange Doublebarrel shot gun 12 bore to exchange for bycicle Call at office Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise quents and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C The ladies will be delighted with our ribbons this season We exercised great care in selecting them and they are the correct in both price and quality J Smith Currey Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Once at R H Batsons dry goods store tf win Build Mr A H Bastin tells THE RECORD that he will early in the spring erect twostory brick building where the present exchange stands The second story will be used for the exchange and the first for a business house This will be a big improvement to Stanford street It Will Go Higher We are getting rich too fast and 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 lOw Buy now it will go higher when we quit W B Moss Co Highly Attractive 210 highly colored pictures taken from life models representing the scenes of a New England home are used in the production of the Uncle Josh Whitcomb play at the Opera Housd Thursday February 8th The language of the play is carried on in unison with the pictures in such a manner as to produce mingled feelings satisfaction and amazement Ad mission 25 50 and 75c Seats now on at McRoberts drug store Z Death of Mrs B H Batson After an ilness of several months Mrs R H Batson died at the family residence in this city Saturday While she had been in health for about five years yet never gave up and by so doing suc ceeded in warding off the fatal illness much longer than would have been the case had she yielded to the suffering Mrs Batson was a Miss Burdett widely connected in this and counties She was born Nov 30 1849 In early life she united with church and her beautiful life as a Christian is a lovely example for to strive to follow The writer has never known one to live nearer the teachings of Christ than has Mrs Batson She was a lady who had a pleasant word for everyone and never did she criticise or com meet adversely upon her neighbors acquaintances Another beautiful characteristic was the fact that she never permitted any gossipping backbiting in her presence If one began to make adverse comment politely and lovingly said Lets change the subject What a pity we do not have more such pure Christians the world What a help it would towards furthering the cause of Christ Mrs Batson was a zealous and ardent worker in the Lancaster W C U and as long as she was able she attended every meeting of that noble order She was also an earnest worker the Ladies Aid Society of the Christ church and this organization will miss her presence and wholesome coup She knew the end was near and talked freely with the family and friends as to her willingness to obey the Masters call and said liv Christs religion For I know I have believed and am per She read the scriptures daily her favorite chapter any favorite she had being the chapter of John She se lected the song I need Thee every hour to be sung over her remains and requested that short services be held at the church which was done Monday morning conducted by Eld Jesse Walden otter which the interred in the Lancaster Ceme tery She leaves beside the husband one child Bessie and two stepchil Homer and Mrs Jessee WSwee ney A Tribute Poor dear Cousin Meek we ever Her life filled with all she Christian she lived a Christian she died Her devotion to Rod sin could never betide We wonder why He has taken her away But He has taken her to Him where angels stay Her body consigned but the grave we wil o r For she rests a spotless dove her for Christian aid itthen and there the debt she paid Her life has been an epen book 4 Pure and clear rippling brook Lala Homer little Best father dear And ain share1as pail track ter life each day Yon gather aroand the greatWhltoTbroae where herrhand beckon sevcriitd i t F r1 1 i tome For Sale Danville Altimont and perbushel afternoon declining being adjoining others always orS I am 2 Tim 112 remains drew just left ron lu re over way I i JCft Y voNOO ooo oteoo4NVrooal i 0 E bOCR from indeed t i del Joseph fourteenth were can t enehine for whom met there band ever reached ads end whos his the iecnron he will Frost ono COgeik S Jilt- S b h in 4 ter No the are a Son a by Highest prices paid for country produce at Blue Grass Grocery Good and Low In Price Come and buy an all wool suit overcoat readymade or tailormade at 7 to 30 They are lower and bet than ever M D HUGHES It affords us great pleasure to our pretty Ribbons and Laces We know they are correct in price and style and are satisfied you will like them J Joseph Town In for Sale Will sell privately two lots with Dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or at Bryantsville particulars tf IAS HILLS Spring Samples am receiving several of the best lines in the country Call and see J B Jennings old stand M D HUGHES On and after Jan 1st 1900 we will charge lOcts for one single hitch 25c for 1 single hay and 35cts for 1 feed Enterprise Livery and feed Stable hitch on public days W A ARNOLD Prop Mr J W Gastineau Annie Hurt ot Hiattsville were married at residence of Mr Gastineau in this city yesterday morning The ceremony was performed by Rev Massee of the Baptist church They left for home immediately after the ceremony They widely connected and prominent young people for Sale Such as corn on the ear crushed and cob meal Baled hay cut fodder straw ano hay for making chop feed Also best Blue Gem and Jellico coals obtainable Give us part of your trade at least which appreciated S T Leavell tf A Paint Lick Enterprise 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 a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Greasy Heel etc It is sold on written guarantee and money if not as represented For sale R E McRoberts Lancaster Corn to Sell We have made arrangements to sell corn car load lots delivered at any Rowland branch of not less than 86 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 H A B MARKSBURY SON show Bryan vllle or IsI meat Notice and Enlargement refunded mys i Lots and bliss Peek the will be station fir Jr i Jar the the my 25 HELP ME THROUGH THE WORLD New Good I have opened a nice assortment of 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 me Phone 35 W B Ball I Card Of Thanks To Garrard Lodge 29 K of P DEAR BHETHREN words can never express the true feelings of the human heart when those feelings are in response to touch of friendship So it is in this case When remembered as I have been by the lodge together with its members whom I have loved have tried to serve so well I find that anything I could or would say would be inadequate to express my true feelings My heart has always been with you but this expression jeweled link amongst the gold of friendships chain has found in Jove and sweeter communion its sweetest tenderest thought My prayer shall ever be that Garrard Lodge may ever prosper and that the friendship which prompted this thoughtful gift will grow brighter and more true each day and hour until it finally melts into the horizon of per rect and immortal love you from the bottom of heart for this rememberance and asking that 1 may have the honor of presenting to the lodge this small to ken of my regard for it its teaching and its members I remain yours in C and B JAMES DILLON This chair I send you is not as good looking as your present but Iguess it will hold you CHOW Blsmarkt Was the his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys are not ot order If you these qualities and the succes they bring Dr every power of brain and body Only is i make it to your advantage too buy Cold and fonder Thanking P A result are RingS B lJn f Ci i tcj i i f ple S for awhile Icon Nerve an want else New LifB They develo I EMBoberts drug store f Get Your Seats 103 seats have been sold for the Uncle Josh Picture Play Co the atorruary 8th It is different from the usual attractions combining features which are alternately humorous and pathetic Admission 25 and 50 cents Reserved seats 75c now on sale at Mc Roberts drug store No Right to Ugliiiesa The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attrac tive must keep her health It she is weak sickly andall rundown she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretch ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to pur ify the blood Jt gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good looking charming woman of a invalid at B E McRoberts Drug Store 3 in To Ship Kentucky- We hall thee oh Kentucky Thou the Monarch ol the Sea Protect the Starry Banner Shield the Flag of Liberty We love thee for thy Glory And the Colors that you wear We love thee for thy greatness And the state whose name you bear Thy name is Worthy Monarch Tis the fairest in the land And sons of old Kentucky For the right will ever stand To meet the foe in battle On the land or on the sea To face the roaring cannons Neath the flag of Liberty Bold Shelby how we love him He was noble brave and true He fought for old Kentucky For the Red the White and Blue And Clay we all should honor He was noble brave as well True of old Kentucky Of your glory who can tell Condemned was young Crittenden To die in a foreign land He bravely faced his sentence And unflinching did he stand And when the tyrant bade him kneel his answer all were awed Kentuckians he answered Kneel to none but God Thy name shall be Kentucky Be thou Monarch of the sea And sons of old Kentucky On the land shall honor thee And honored be brave Chittenden Who now sleeps beneath the sod May his name be our watchword May we kneel to none but God Composed by John B Carter Cartsrsville There is no better medicine for the babies than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Its pleasant taste and prompt and effectual cures make it a favorite with mothers and small chil dren It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia or other serious consquences It also cures croup and has been used in tens of thousands of cases without a single failure so far as we have been able to learn It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases of whooping cough it liquefies the touch mucus making it easier to expectorate and lessens the severity and frequency of the paroxysms of coughing thus depriving that disease of all dangerous consequences For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Some of the Populist leaders in Tex as are pushing i scheme to nominate W J Bryan for President along with some prominent Southern Populist for Vice President and demand the indor sement of the ticket by the National Democratic Convention j Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Buns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m it W rundown sons By fI K I I Only 25 cts I duly au vents Battle ITT 1 S i GO NO FURTHER We can do anything and everything necessary to relieve you of TEETH orsupply you with ARTIFICIAL TEETH which would be a comfort and delight Our system ofDENTISTRY founded on scientific principles and our work stands where that of many fail If you have a discolored tooth we can bleach it If your teeth are irregular or crooked we can straighten them We always give you the latest in Dentistry If your filled teeth allow the rood to go between and crowd the gums we can fix them and save you any further and not get your tough steak caught there anymore Teeth extracted 25c the Best Amalgam filling 75c ailing 150 Solid Gold 550 a Good Set of teeth 5 All Guaranteed DR HOBSON Richmond Cy Once nextdoor toPO Open at night r troublesome I Teeth 1 t T4 oA others annoyance Gold VII 5t tio nf tiin There is not the slightest doubt that the 1 doctors do more than good In treating Contagions Blood Poison of v Ton this loathsome disease would be much better off today if had never allowed them selves to be dosed on mercury and potash the remedies which the doctors ever give for al blood poison The doctors are wholly unable to get rid of this vile and only attempt to heel the outward appearance of the sores eruptions This they do by driving poison into the system and endeavor to keep it shut in with constant doses of potash mercury The mouth and throat and other delicate parts then break out into sores the fight is continued indefinitely the drugs doing the system more damage than the disease itself f Mr Divers 100 Mulberry St Newark tf J says I had spent a hundred with the doctors when I realized that endured all the suffering which vile disease pro duces I decided to S S ns a last resort and was k soon greatly improved I followed closely your Direc ttions Sell Treatment and the splotches on my chest grow paler and smaller and before long disappeared entirely was soon cured perfectly my has as clear as ever I cured self at home after the doctors had failed completely time thrown to expect the doctors W to cure Contagious Blood Poison for disease is be yond their still Swifts Specific C S S FOR THE BLOODacts in an entirely different way from potash and it forces thepoison out of the system und gets rid of it entirely Hence it cures thedisease while other remedies only shut the poison in where it lurks forever constantly undermining the constitution Our system of private home treatment a cure within the reach of all We give all medical ad vice free of and save the phtient the embarrassment of publicity Write for full information to Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga If WE INVITE OUR FRIENDS CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME g H Toilet Articles and Books Iire M DRUGGIST S 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necessary to the yonn man or young woman who would win in life This being conceded Jiltsuccess Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his lineGraduates of this college preferred Write fora beautiful book testimonials from graduates occupyingprominent positions all over the United States it willto yon OF SURPLUS iioooooo j 1 LANCASTER Kf A R DENNY President JNO STOBMKS Vice C DENNY Cashier if E o President- S F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr S T EMBRY Bookkeeper FLOORING CEILING Billions fjf LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER We make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON KY our CrE CHARGE OF TO rAN FRCICO- y 4 DAYS E ntwOritans fiouston6aiwstOtr and all Texas Southwestern Points are eaSily and quickly reached via New Orleans lyC- RIv Cato Cows r l n0uE and or Shreveport over the Oun atd ItStII1 cBaeGP A Mown From Cincinnati and the North Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Vestibuled Limited Trains Through Hour Schedules DIlly One Cars to Vicksburg Houston Dallas San Antonio etc rMa UIToCHATTAIIOOG4 WRYINGHAr NEW ORLEAIIS IS THE QUEER AND CRESCENT ROUTS t or 1 A i Mites Shorkrthan an Pullmans han a tIsr 1- r IIare once more on the war path with another whole string of Grand Low Bargains They wont last a Hundred Years so now is your time to lay in a supply while are down 18 pounds Bet Granulated Sugar or si Pine California Prunes 5e pound Best Rice 4c pound 2 pounds best baking soda for 5 cents Fresh Crackers 5 j pound Fine Fruit Jelly 3c pound Just try abound It is Fine Lump Starch 3 pounds for lOc lOc bar Blackltid Soap for 5c Hominy per pound only lie Imported Maccaroni only 6 cents pound Fine Caramel Syrup only 20c per gallon Remember we the leagcst retailers of i First CIass Groceries in the world and it will he benefit to be found daily at our store joining with the many hundreds of wellpleased customers Yours for Cash BLUE GRASS GROCERY LANCASTER KENTUCKY F LOOK OUT Ve the tC ire to your t cC 44 O 2 7 JJ G A Swinebroad sold to D G Ross 30 yearling heifers at 19 per head A shorthorn steer weighing 3300 pounds was sold on the Louisville mar ket to a local butcher at 7Jc per pound making the total price of the steer 24750 Box 65 Bryantsville has a beautiful farm of 100 acres well improved to sell at a reduced price Any one wish ing to buy a nice home well located would do well to address Box 65 or Robert L Arnold Manse Ky Terms easy tf Almost twice as much wool wa fold in the leading markets in 1S as 7 1898 and what is more gratifying to the sheep men prices were almost i4 I I I 1 S It Used in Millions of Homes Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE in pkgslIb j 4 These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front lb LION COFFEE pkgs Silk Umbrella either Ladys or Gents I I I ofz I Sent charges pre Id for 170 head and 2ccat stamp I lion a SashBelt and BuckleI twice as high While sheepmen have been paying a great deal of attention for the past few years to the develop ment of mutton qualities it does not follow that they entirely neglected the fleece The average weight of the fleece marketed in 1809 was only a small fraction under six pounds A mule famine is imminent There is still a large demand for the Amer ican mule in the Transvaal war Thousands of mules have been ship ped to South Africa and it is believed that many more will be purchased In the past ten days mules have ad vanced 250 to 5 per head in the Memphis market I am indebted to one MinuteCough Cure for my health and life It cured me of lung trouble following grippe Thousands owe their lives to the prompt action of this never failing It cures coughs colds croup bwfcchetis pneumonia grippe and throat and lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption It is the only harmless remedy that gives im I remedy l wediatcresutts F p SVlsbie In Figures complied by Chief HitclV cock of the Foreign Markets division of the Agricultur Department show that in the five years from 1894 to 4888 inclusive our agricultural exports ag gregated 663530201 The question which is the most profitable crop for the farmer to raise corn or wheat is being discussed in sqme quarters The consensus of seems to favor wheat as not only producing more money to the acre but as being cheaper to produce in other words that 1000 worth of wheat can be raised with less labor and expense than 81000 worth of corn Lewis Dennis Salem Ind says Kodpl DyspepsiaCure me more good than anything I ever took It digests what you eat and can not help but cure dyspepsia and stomach les F P Frisbie 1m From what farmerssay of the pros pect we are inclined to the opinion that the present wheat crop will be one of the finest and best that has been grown for many ears There was perhaps afull piswn the grain was put iri title condition and with the iaina and sun we have had the young wheat is looking exceedingly well Of course there is a chance for a failure yet but the promise is now wheat will make a heavy crop Size doesnt indicate quality of counterfeit and worthless salve offered for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve DeWitts is the only orginal An infallible cure for piles and all skin diseases F P Frisbie Whether there be profit in raising corn does not depend altogether on j the price received but in large meas are on the man who raises the crop If the price of corn was made Double what it now is and kept there for the next ten years it would not be a hard matter to find at the end of that pe rind men raising corn at a loss and the price has never yet been so low that there were not some farmers who made the cost of production even less and therefore made a profit And what is true of corn in this respect is true of other farm crops The char acter and capacity of the man behind the plow are important factors in ar riving at an answer as to whether or not it will pay to grow this or that crop The Lebanon Falcon says a case of did trou b Beware j opinion Knickerbocker WatchII Best Coffee for the Money Try LION COFFEE and you will never use pureCoffee Fancy Oold Ring For 18 lion heads 2centstamp and a STRENGTH PURITY AND FLAVORI Pair of Lace HandkerchiefsT- wo extra tine A cambric VV with beautiful im ported lace me in the Halfinch hem machine x A these handker chiefs given for 18 lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers nd a2c stamp Childrens Picture Book Given for 10 lion beads and a 2cent stamp Sixteen of Goose Melodies illustrated and with nicely lithographed cover different books so you can get an Century CookBook 2cent o Boys PocketKnife handkerchiefs corners hemstitchedstylish o pa es Mother a v e assortment of HI a b 1 e cooking re r QNTURY t COOK BOOK the labor of the kitchen dInIng V1 room and remedies the more com diseases Given for 15 lion heads and a stamp insertions I 101R1 11 363 alut on sick br lemon i THE ABOVE ARE ONLY A FEW OP THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS Another list will shortly appear in this paper I Dont miss it The grandest list of premiums ever offered 1 I You always know 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Georgia interest to farmers was recently in the Marion Quarterly Court T D Spires sued Wm Mullins for damages for sheep killed by MulHns dogs Mullins admitted that his dogs killed the sheep but defended the ac tion on thegrounds that he did not know that they were sheepkilling dogs This plea formerly would have sufficed but owing to a change in the statute made in 1893 it is not now valid and judgement was rendered in favor of plaintiff for damages claimed It will be seen therefore that the own er of dogs that kill sheep is liable for damages whether he is ignorant of their sheepkilling proclivities or not and we publish this case in order that farmers may take note of the change in the law Ills Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonder ful dellverence from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that jnin into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I 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wEsI is a scientific prescription carefully prepared from the purest and best ingredients consequently the most cough on the market In Dr PINETARHOMEY you get as big a bottle and more doses for 25 cents than you do any other but the druggists profit is less k Therefore some druggists are cunningly persuading J5 their customers to buy that to them means greater profit DONT YOU DO IT DEMAND Dr Bells PlNETflRflONEY and take no substitute Prepared only by The E K Sutherland Medicine Co Fountain Park Ky AT McROBERTS DRUG STORE LANCASTER Paducah KY I i b NG1AS A movement is on foot to build a telephone line from Richmond to the county seat of Jackson coun ty via Berea The bank at Dcereflld Wis was robbed of 17000 by burglars During a row in Bell county Sam Jones shot and killed Joe Maggard a twelveyearold boy Detective Peel arrested Bob and his partner Andy Adams who live in the near Nicholas ville on the charge of stealing turkeys The Attorney General of Ohio holds that it is an unlawfel diversion of the school fund for the catechism and Bi ble history to be taught in the public schoolsThere is a prospect for an of the price of corn in Kentucky as all of the distilleries belonging to the trust located in the State have been ordered to begin running night and day within thirty lays It developing that workmen were coerced in signing petitions for month ly payment of wages theIndiana State Labor Commissioners revoked permis sion to seventy factories to pay their employes who must now be paid weekly Senator S B Harrel of Logan coun ty was given an examining trial in the Louisville Police Court Saturday on the charge preferred by John H Whallen of obtaining money by false pretense He was held over under bond of 1000 for action by the grand jury He gave the bond with T J Watson of Logan as surety President Gombers of the American Federation of Labor filed with Presi dent McKiuley informal charges against Claude M Johnson Director of the Bureau of Engraving and Print ing 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