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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ait as Second Class MaUer 4 LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON FEBRUARY 8 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I I r t tntfntIe YEAR CL NUMB I I j f I r- a It ht ttothTENTH BUSINESS That is what w e are here for How to get more of it Is the question with us We have found but one way That is by furnishing Very Best Goods At The Yen Lowest Prices By the Best Goods is not necessarily the hand somest or most expensive Its the moderate purses that make up the larger number of purchasers consequently we aim to furnish the kind of goods nine out of every ten the mass of the psople are looking for and at prices they are able to pry Masterly efforts on our part have resulted We could have floated with the tide paid more and charged more for our goods but we prefer our oldfashioned way of keep ing prices down We began buying our Sprig and Sum mer stock last fall and we succeeded in securing most of our stock at old prices consequently we are in a position to live live Our spring goods are now coming in and you would do well to call on us and make your spring purchases early Hamburgs Laces Wash Fabrics Dress Goods Carpets Mattings Rugs Holland and Lace Curtains ClothingShoes and Furnishing Goods LOGAN G0MPANY To tlI the f meant that r andlet t j ir DRY GOODS Eo I t 4 1 4 A r j splendidly j w 4 1 1 f I L 2r ff r e fcANCftSTGR AND VICINIiy I oeeaeooee cooooooapw beeeaeeooooaooeeoeoeoooeeeaoooeooeooouooooeoeooeee t I gffl- eeaseeoaeeeoooeeoeeooaoseeaveeeeeeeooeeeeooeeoeooeeeeoee oobooeoeeS Time to Act Without entering into the numer ous advantages to be derived from the Southern Railroad and extension through Garrard county it affords proud satisfaction to be able to annouce to the public that a meeting of the Commercial Club was held at the National Bank last night when encouraging announced from the officials of said road and it can be confidently asserted fourteen nun will subscribe five hundred dol lars each toward the rightrofway the remainder can be raised and the road securedThis is no wild estimate but a conclusion reached by a made by leading financiers at said meeting AVho will be the first to report to the Club or at either bank Delay in this matter is danger ous The road will be built in the near future and upon your action the future prosperity of Garrard depends Nice line of crackers and fruits at W B Balls The Masonic lodge will work in the second degree next Tuesday night Its really astonish ing tolind how cheap E C Co are selling for cash Buy International Chicken Food from T Currey It will make your hens lay General admission to Blackbird Minstrels 35cts Reserved seats 50cts on sale at McRoberts store Wanted Poultry Hens 5c lb ducks 90 lb geese 30c to 35c and turkeys 5 toCcr Those who have purchased tickets for the Lancaster Lyceum Curie will please present said tickets for admission tonigh I will be better prepared to do all kinds repairing this spring than ever GtJodmonest work at low prices W J RoTmhHL The Williams Comedy do will pre sent The Great Diamond Monday evening The program will be changed each night Fun By Home Talent If you want to have a good laugh go to the home talent Blackbird Min strels tomorrow Friday night The show is made up of home boys with a number of children who will the Pickaninnies Other novel and fuhny features will be introduced and the evening made one of great Good Show The Danville Advocate Williams Comedy Company is playing at the opera house this week at pop ular and thirty cents The company has a good repertoire and stages and costumes its pieces well Some extremely pleasing spec ialty work singing and dancing is done by different members of the com pany and altogether one gets more than the price of his admission There will be a matinee Saturday at 230 At Garrard Opera House every night next week Admission lOc 20c and 30c Sunday Night Fire About 30 oclock Sunday night the large greenhouse of Mr Heberling on Water street was discovered by that gentleman to be on fire He a t began a fierce battle with the flames while his wife ran for Mr W O Rigney their next neighbor The two men by the hardest fighting suc ceeded in extinguishing the fire not until one end of the building had been greatly damaged and many glass broken by the heat Mr Heberling had about 250 worth of stock in the building consisting of growing plants and a number of fine flowers and shrubs belpnging to different parties in town which had been put there for the winter Out of the entire lot on ly about half a dozeh were left Several large palms belonging to Mrs J E Stormes and a number belonging to Mrs D M Lackey were killed The fire orginated from the furnace and how it hapened is a mystery asMrH was in the building onlya few minutes before the discovery The damage to the building will amount to probably forty dollars Mr Hebelring has commenced re pairs on the house and will have it re fitted in a few days He asks THE RECORD to express his heartfelt thanks to the of Lancaster for their many kindnesses in his misfor tune to say that he has not words at his command to express his deep feeling of gratitude He is a young man who has made many friends in Lancaster and the people stand ready to lend him all assistance in er to replace his loss and Him get another start in the world He be ready for busines in a few days able to supply all orders for flowers and of any kind news was that deliberate Gaines IT B NQltTHCOTT season carriage Robbery saysThe pricestwenty but I l us- a if calculation i i represent enjoyment once will F 1 Wanted Dressed fowls T Electric light globes and fixtures Thompsons V T Currey will pay highest price in cash or produce for eg s Handsome line of new yall paper just received by J A Beazley Co Highest prick for butter and eggs GUOCEUY Co Smoke stacks breeching tanks and all kind of sheet iron work done by J B Conn E C Gaines themselves Ieapest house in town Try them once Buggy built to order Get a hand made buggy and it will last you J B CONN We always have In stock a nice line of Trunks of all sizes If you need a trunk we can save you money and give you an exceMeht quality J JOSEPH In Hamburgs w have a line that will please the most fastidious They are the prettiest in Cen tral Kentucky Call andexamine The Blackbird Minstrels will be the swell event of the season Dont fail to see them at the Opera House to morrow Friday night id the Time To have your cistern cleaned while its fun of water We do not take out but little water and leave your cis tern perfectly free from dirt and trash Satisfaction guaranteed Call on T J Hatcher 28lm The Cemetery Gate The ladies of the committee to se cure the erection of a handsome en trance to the Lancaster Cemetery met Monday and attended to a few matters connected with their work and decided to meet again next Mon day at 230 oclock at which time they desire all who have been engaged in the work to be with them At this meeting they will look over the vari ous plans and specifications and make a selection As this is important they ask THE RECORD to urge upon all the importance of attending Please be on hand promptly The Blackbird minstrel A minstrel performance under tl e above name will be given by forty of Lancasters young people at the Op la House tomorrow Friday night Mrs H G Hull is in charge of the enter tainment which fact insures a pro nounced success She has had charge of several entertainments in Lancas ter and each time delighted large audiences This will be made up of lo cal talent and some of Lancasters best musicians are on the program If you want to spend an evening of pure fun go to the Opera House tomorrow night Admission only 35cts reserved seats 50cts on sale A monument to Goebel A movement has been put on foot by which the many admirers of the late Win Goebel will have an of contributing toward monument to his memory and at the same time receive a memorial card or certificate to keep as a motto The plan is for each contribute any sum he may see proper the same to be to Frankfort when the certif cates will be issued Mr JoeE Rot inson has been appointed to receive subscriptions in this county and has already received a number of As the matter is to be closed up soon it is important that those de siring to contribute bring or send the amount to Mr Robinson at once The list is at McRoberts drug store where those desiring to contribute can sign same About the Waterworks Mr E P Moritz the waterworks man 4vas in town Monday having been absent in St Louis for a month or so He tells THE RECORD that he has completed his arrangements and will commence his survey within the next six weeks It will require about five days to run the lines locate etc No work will be done upon the con struction until the latter part of April or first of May The wisdom of until May is readily seen by those familiar with the Laying of pipes and digging trenches If he were to begin his excavations and a freeze should come the walls would fall in causing a loss of much time and The great advance in price of iron will work a hardship upon the firm as it is now about fifty to seventyfive per cents higher than when he put in his bid but they are going ahead with the work just the Mr Moritz says he will employ as many hands as can work and when operations are commenced they will be pushed with the greatest rapidity This will employment to a great many hands and leave a lot of money In their pockets t See atJosephs They are beau s p BL BASS at lIcBoberts drugstore to contributions waiting f T Cir ey i the prett nghams 4 C Co a apidly proving ever tiown Now opportunity erecting sent money same furnish a F Williams Comedy Co next week Bring your eggs to Northcott and get 15c per dozen Uncle Josh will delight all to night at the House Uncle Joshv Whitcbmb at Garrard Opera House tonight S T Leaveil now has plentyof oatr hay and corn on hand for sale fof cash I standing a nice Jersey Bull at 100 cash m25tf R L ELKIN avoid the rush at our Blue Grass Grocery 200 pairs ladies shoes at less than cost sizes 1 to 4s Logan Robinson UpToDate music and catchy jokes at Blackbird Minstrels tomorrow night All the latest coon songs at the Blackbird Minstrels tomorrow Friday night If you are thinking of purchasing a new buggy or surrey get J B Conns prices before placing your order Rev Jos Ballou of Stanford will preach at the Christian church in this city next Sunday morning The Williams Comedy company is one of the best on the road See them next week Prices 10 20 and 30 cts Our line of Percales is far superior in both quality and price to any ever shown in Lancaster You will like them Come see them while stock is complete We have placed on tables 200 pairs ladies button shoes that sold from 150 to 400 all small sizes that we will sell from 75c to 150 Come and get a bargain Logan Robinson Cake walks Pickaninny and corn field dances all the latest songs new jokes and a big time generally by the Blackbird Minstrels toworrow Fri day night Secure a seat and go to the Opera House The City Council The Council met in regular session Monday night A committee was ap pointed to revise the license laws es pecially that part referring to dogs Another committee was appointed to look into the advisability of grading and paving certain portions of Camp bell and Totten avenues Jim Dillon applied for license as city bill poster which will be granted A few claims were allowed and the meeting ad journed The Williams Comedy company is one of the best troupes on the road Their reportorie some of the heavy plays which stars of note have made famous and are abound ing in startling climaxes The cos stumes and stage effects are rich and brilliant and the characters in each play are well carried out This com pany plays all week at the Op era House The special low rates have been made viz 10 20 and 30 cts Speaks Highly of The Show The Danville Advocate Williams Comedy Company which has been giving good performances at the opera house every evening this week will give a ladies and childrens matinee to morrow afternoon at half past two oclock and close the engage ment with a good bill tomorrow night This is one of the best repertiore com panies that ever appeared here and deserved even better patronage than it has received At Garrard Opera House every night next week Prices 10 20 and 30cts G A K Officers Coming Jos H Browning commander of the G A R for the state of Kentucky will be in Lancaster on the 14th to make final arrangements for the State meeting here next May He will bring his staff along and they local Commercial Club should bestir them selves and lay plans for the entertain ment of the old vets The meeting will bring about three thousand to town for two days and as all come prepared to pay their way it can be seen that much money will be left in town Capt Herndon Jas Dillon and several other old soldiers have been pushing the meeting and all soldiers both Federal and Confed erate are expected to unite and give the old boys a rousing welcome The visitors will crowd the hotels and boarding houses but an estimate shows that we will be amply able to take care of all who come The Commercial Club should have a meeting and appoint a committee to act in conjunction with the soldiers and begin the work now while they have time to study over the plans Several special trains will bring the delegates and many will come in a day or so ahead of the time THE RECORD suggests to the Commercial Club now that they take steps to se cure Saxtons band as that organza tion might have conflicting dates The band should be kept here at least two days and it would not be a bad idea to them here the night be fore the meeting as many delegates will be here then This is a that should be attended to at once Opera am Come e rly d spedi 1 ales n next saysThe people 6 7 j S C consists of have matter Y The Situation at Frankfort For one to keep track of events at Frankfort he would have to lay aside all other business and put In his en tire time reading the papers For several days thrilling events followed so closely after one another that a re port would scarcely get circulated un til another would transpire of equal if not more importance From pres ent indications the clouds are lifting and the advice of wise heads is having the effect to check the in their mad rush for supremacy It would be impossible for this humble sheet to attempt a description of what has transpired at the capital Even the big dailies have been forced to almost abandon the publication of mat ter and till theircolumns with Frank fort happenings Mr Goebel after great suffering died Saturday night about 7 oclock Immediately the democrats had Mr Beckham sworn in as governor Mr Taylor remains in the state executive ouilding surrounded by troops There are probably fifteen hundred soldiers camped in the state house yard and is permitted therein except by special permission Arrangements were made for a consultation between the leaders which it is devoutly hoped by all lawabiding citizens will termi nate in a peaceful solution of matters Mr Goebels remains were viewed by thousands of friends and the body Covington his home where they lay in state until Wednesday morning when were returned to Frankfort The burial was in the Frankfort cemetery yesterday and the funeral the laigest ever held in this section of the country As stated above so many thrilling events have taken place that it would be impossible for a country paper to give anything like the true standing of affairs LATER At the peace conference held in Louisville the following agree ment was drafted This will end the war and all lawloving citizens will give a Hearty Amen if the General Assem bly in joint session shall adopt a res olution ratifying their recent action W S Taylor and John Marshall shall submit without further protest Second That all parties shall unite in an effort to bring about such a modification of the election law as will provide for nonpartisan election boards and insure free and fair elections the conditions shall re main it statu quo until Monday the nothing shall be done takento the FirstThat seatingGoebel ThirdThat adjourningFourthThat J lead rs other no one to hinderor prevent a joint session of the General Assembly for ac Hon on the ratification resolution Fifth ThattheStateContestBoard shall meet and adjourn from day to day until Tuesday without taking any action on the contest for minor State offices the State troops shall be removed from the capital at the Republican ofli cials and officers of the State Guard shall have immunity from charges of treason usurpation courtmartial or any other such offenses The agreement was signed by the following Republicans John Marshall Judge John W Barr Gen Dan Lindsey T Dr T IT Baker David W Fairleigh C T Ballard Democrats J C S Blackburn J C W Beckham Sam J Shackelfonl Ciey Woodson James B McCrerry Phil Thompson DAs we go to press Mr Taylor had not signed the agreement he waiting it is claimed to see for sure that the election is to be repealed Upon this he is hanging fire but it is confi dently believed by all concerned that he will sign No smoke better than the Proctor Knott cigar W J ou money on harness Wanted VAIO pounds at Blue Grass Grocery Company 500 lbs butter 500 lbs country lard 1000 dozen eggs and any other produce farmers have to E C Gaines Co successors to Faulconer Hern don Dont buy a butgy surrey or roadwagon until you see fitly prices The largest in Lancaster to select from lower than any where W S Last Notice All those indebted to school district No 24 for taxes for the year ISO will please call once and settle as they will save cost by so doing By order of the board fi W HAKIMS tf Collekor The Blackbird Minstrels iscompcsed of home talent under the able direct ion of Mrs Harriet Glascock Hull This performance has been given in Louisville and many other cities in Kentucky and has made a great hit You should not miss it More local on page 3 SixthThat precautionsSeventhThat L Eel n I law I can save s butter jell p eton p ce Rom ns at Roma Wanted G C stocker WflTPlllliiuiif WASHING MACHINE GOING CHEAP 1 R HASELOEH J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Arterial anti Cavity Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets TIME TABLES K C Krauch Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster A x Northbnd Mixed 335 r x Northbnd Paasgr 252 AJ- CKoutlibnd AM I Embalmin- gI II 10 12 27 Get of The House That is what we are saying to our mens suits our over teats cur childrens suits and overcoats our mens pants our hats caps gloves under wear c Yes thats what we are saying to them and we are going to make it our business to see that they go We have ina guratc d a CleanSweep Sale And the goods have simply got to go IsuSmn Sals bins I Which you must admit are unusual and admitting that much how you see such an opportunity pass unheeded The prices we offer on our goods are very low We have never betrayed your confidence and we wont start now when we have more of your trade than any other store in town Mens 1800 Suits for 1500 Mens 1500 suits for 1200 Mens 1200 suits for 900 Mens 1000 suits for 700 750 suits for 550 Youths Boys and Childrens Suits go at cost Mens Youths Overcoats at COST All through our hat and harberdashery departments these CleanSweep prices will extend You will find CleanSweep prices on everything Shall we sell this clothing now or next winter That is The Condition Naw Conronting Us Ordinary business judgment promptly decides Sell Now Never mind profits Mark prices low and the goods will go Of course such enormous re to have anything charged our ledger is closed while these discounts are in force That This Sale is Going on Now I 1r 1 lf 0lJ0tm1f 0YlF0Jf f 7 jlfiJ ki v x V AI m iSweep Sale Out I I o S o can 0 9 0 ID I fens 0 and S S s 9 0 ductions mean that the sale is conducted on SPOTCASH lines 9 use S I AXE A OTE i Logan JjllN Wjl ss s i i f 1 C1ean I1t0 mEn s s a Q Q 0 Q Q Q Q Boys IV asking Q rQ ViL Rpbinson z ea r r r I We are still on the with another of our wonderful low prices 2 pounds best Coffee on earth for Lion Coffee 2 packages for Our best Flake Hominy Best California Prunes still going at Yukon Soap 4c cakes v Mince Meat very best Ginger very best 25c 21c 3c per pound 5c per pound 4 for 5 cents 2 I5c 5c per pound BLUE GRASS GROCERY LANCASTER KENTUCKY Come Again rZsc f war path loD g list toaeooooooaaoaooooo lbs for Snags r 00oooooaooooo00000 CENTRAL EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LAJiDRAAT Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY IN ADVANCE 100 SIX MONTHS THEEE THURSDAY February S 1900 THE conduct of the politicians at Frankfort during the past few weeks has had the effect of knocking the bottom out of many business projects which would have been of untold val ue to the state We can sp nk from personal knowledge of one enterprise that would have been of the blessing central Kentucky could hop for and have heard of numerous other moves that have been cut short the projectors calling a halt to see wheth er the state would be left upon the map when the gang saw fit to lay down their arms and let business proceed and the people have i rest Matters in the state are undoubtedly in a de plorable shape and by the time the special correspondents get through coloring them up for print in the east ern papers it makes the nation look upon usas a band of uncivilized cut throats and heathens The question now is how long will the good citizens stand by and let their interests be throttled by a gang of sel fish politicians Which is of the most im portance to our citizens whether Jim Jones shall draw the governors salary or shall these politicians be shoved a side and the vast resources of thestate developed and business brought into our borders The time has come for the people to give political cribfeed ers a back seat All this trouble at Frankfort has been brought about by the ambition of a few politicians Had they kept out the contest would have been settled by the legislature in a few days time and none of the present state of affairs existed The leaders have been spurred on to a great extent by the wailings of partisan newspa pers over the state and their has had the effect of keeping some of the citizens up to a high tension of excitement If such editors would stop and consider which is the interest to the people who is the reputation and progress of pur state they would have counseled a peaceful solution of the matter instead of trying to incite their readers to shoulder a gun and take the life of their fellow men We dont know how matters will end at the capital and it makes little difference us personally who shall warm the executive chair but it does seem that the people should awaken to the necessity of puting a stop to the warfare and endeavor to quiet matters and work for the ad vancement of the state instead of the moves of their bullies at Frankfort A MAN learns his politics and from Isis father and other men but his religion from his mother writes an American Mother in the February Ladies Home Journal No vicious manhood can quite kill the faith which sprang up in his soul when he knelt a little child at her knee night or was hushed to sleep on her breast while she sang that sweet story of old when Jesus was here among men In earlier times in this country a mother had little work out side of her house and children She watched her boy day and night to keep him near to God and out of the devils clutches It was she who told him of the Babe and the Cross out of the old Book which lay on the table beside her bed He saw her turn to it when she was happy when she was wretched when she was old and dying So it came that there was nothing so near to God in that as his her Bible and her savior But that woman is long ago dead and buried The modern mother talks of her as of some coarse animal whose ignoble life was starved out in a cage Her own feet are set in a large room Her ho rizen takes in the world She political caucuses civic affairs countless domestic and foreign Art literature society and helpless humanity claim her She rises every morning knowing botched old world is waiting for her to set it right t e R ONE Yrak CitRUS gre est mouthing Governor- or applauding opinions every r manseycs mother manages missions u JOR1 j r t that Ff Y d f a J and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of and all unnatural of the bowels It always cures For sale by E E Mclloberts lyr BRYANTS VILLE The telephone line running this place to Lancaster is now in order Preaching at Pleasant Grove Sunday at eleAcn oclock At this place third Saturday and Sunday I would like to go to the city a little earlier than usual this spring and will kindly ask those oweing me on ac counts to please call and settle Mrs A S Haselden There will be an illustrated lecturer by Prof J W McGarvey Jr at Grove Tuesday night Feb 13 It will be interesting All should Admittance 20c children lO- cI have always used Foleys Honey and Tar medicine and think it the best in the world says ChasBen der a newsdealer of Erie Pa C C E Stormes lm Many were the sad hearts in this vicinity when the news was received that Mrs R IT Batson was dead She formerly lived here and was loved by all who knot her bereaved family have the syfhpathy of the community Miss Lulie Burk formerly of this vicinity is attending the Normal school in Lexington Mr and Mrs Scrutchfield of Lexington are guests of her sister Mrs Bell Scott Miss Eliza Ballard spent part of last week with relatives in Lexington Mrs Mollie Swope visited friends near Buena Vista Saturday Mrs Sallie Dunn has returned to her home in Danville after spending several weeks with her sister Miotie Front Bites and Chilblains quickly cured by SALVE the most healing remedy in the world C C J E Stormes lm VISTA Miss Florrence Christopher of this place opened a subscription school at district No 19 Monday J E Scottsold to Will Scott of this place a pair of full blooded Duroc Jersey hogs at 35 for the pair Mr B F Sechrest of this place has contracted to carry the mail from Burgin to Bryantsville the next four years term beginning July 1st 1900 Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children Ie is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough sale by R E Mclloberts lyr On Feb 1st 1900 J E Scott sold to L D Scott Co of this place his entire business consisting of a number one good set of smithing tools and about 400 worth of farming im plentents buggy and wagon material etc The business will still be run at the old staud and conducted by J E Scott A large crowd from here attended county court in Ilarrodsburg last Mot day Wm Christopher still makes regular trips to Lexington every week with his market wagon Miss Pearl Ruble who has been very ill for months is reported a little better riles of People testify to the merit of BANNER SALVE in curing piles It is teed C C J E Stormes FLAT WOODS Mr Dave Clyde and Mr Smith spent Monday at W n Purrs The members of the Good Hope church elected Rev Murrell as pastor last Sunday Misses Zillie and Carrie Archer and Miss Oda Smith spent Saturday and Sunday at Uueben Dudderars Little Johnny Elam son of George a nail last Wednesday morning but it doesnt seem to hurt him Are you restless at night and bar assed by a bad cough Use COPS SENS HONEY OF Tilt 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 lm n m v Quiet thestomach looseness Pleasant attend ugh entire BUENA For several a Elamswall wed threepen ny 3 a Keep NI front c The BAN rt C guars S 1 small Y 1 STONE I Tommy Hicks bought of Mrs Mol lie East a dry cow for 20 Jesse Fox bought of T L Sanders a mule for 860 The farmers in this section report the hemp crop thin they say there is not a half crop Tivis Thompson bought of Robert Barker a load of corn at 2 per barrel Mit Scrivner bought of Mrs Mar garet Stone some oats at 2 per hun dred bundles Frank Folger bought of Frank Montgomery 5 shoats at 3 per head Faults of digestion cause disorders of the liver and the whole system be comes deranged IIERBINE perfects the process of digestion and and thus makes pure blood Price 50 cents C C J E Sanders returned home from Frankfort last Tuesday Mr F Duiin and family moved Into the house recently vacated by James Simp son on South Fork J W Sanders visited his daughter Mrs N B Coy of Kirksrille last week Misses Sal lie and Edna Nave of McCreary are the guest of M iss MollieGrow this week Mr Earl Grow visited his cousin Willie and Edwin Grow cf Judson on Saturday andJSunday Durkey the little daughter Mr Bill Winkles the ferryman while playing with an ax last Saturday cut two of her fingers about off Dr Ray was immediately called and the fingers replaced Free of Clxirge Any adult suffering from a cold set tied 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 Boscfiee German Syrup free of enlarge Only one bottle given to one person and none to children without order from parents PHEACHEllSVILLE SMorgan has bought several hogs here at lets Born to time wife of Mr D M An dcrson a fine girl G A Siler had a car load of cattle at Richmond P Grimes bought the Hugh Sar gent farm for 6000 A J Thompson bought a horse from Geo Anderson for 33 B Y Hobbs who has been sick for some time is improving J F Pettus has been to Pulaski Co and bought a nice bunch of sheep J C Siler sold the lambs from 73 yews A Swinebroad for 5 and Slots also the wool from from same at 21c J J Thompson has moved to the Harber house which he bought ago and J II Thompson has moved to his fathers old place 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 Stormes lm I would like to impress my friends and others to keep their heads cool and their tongues in their mouths at this time of excitement for by talking we can lose much and gain little Misunderstood symptoms of disease lead doctors to treat something else the kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring you health when other medicines have failed Stormes lm BIT HEBRON Born to the wife of Tommie Pres ton a boy W D Scott bought of Mrs Lizzie Bruner a sow and six shoats price 9 J M Vanderpool delivered part of his hemp crop at Lancaster Saturday at 5 per hundred Dont irritate your lungs with a stubborn cough when a pleasant and effective remedy may be ound in GOUSSENS HONEY OF TAR Price 25 cents and 50 cents C C Stormes 1m Miss Alice Vanderpool entertained her many friends at a social a few nights ago all expressed an enjoyable time Master Irone Duncan has home after a long stay with cousins Evon and George Rogers near Lancaster Mrs G A Bruce who has been visiting her daughter near Bur gin is at home again W D Scott and daughter Edna visited relatives at Burgin last week Mr Oscar Montgomery of Hickman has moved near Lock No 8 Joseph Duncan visited his cousin Jesse Dnncan at Hanley Saturday and Sunday rMr Micheal Forbes was the guest of his sister Mrs Jno Jackson Friday night Mr Jno Forbes and wife of Keene are the guests of relatives in this locality A young young lady who has been visiting from a distance happened to the good luck of meeting a handsome young man from an ad joining town While conversing the young lady passed quite a compliment on the Lancaster boys which I think theyare most worthy of But this is not all the young fellow was so badly struck on his beauty he thanked her for the compliment Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Birns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cts si Cure guaranteed Sold by RrE Mc ROberts Druggist f lm I l 0 Stormes- J n of I bottle a Monday- y to G sometime A Misunderstanding when J E I J E returned rob box r f 2orJ 0 I assimilation W rfef CCC N erc Fever cure mob w Y I i t v Come to see us in Our New Store Room R E McROBERTS DRUGGIST N Door to National Bankext Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and burises For use in such cases BALLARDS SNOW has for years been the constant favorite family remedy Price 25 cts and 50 cts C C J E Stormes lm Preachers and Politics- By O T Wallace It has been thought and said by many educated and right thinking men that in every great moral issue that arrises the church must go in them if these issues are right The preachers are to be leaders and teachers of the people in these reforms and in that pertains to good morals good government and in fact that Christianity teaches But the great majority of time preachers in this country as well as great majority of the Christian voters are extremely particular to keep their religion and their politics great way apart How often do we hear them come over the old and hackneyed It wont do to mix relig ion and politics In this connection I am often reminded of an anecdote told by my prohibition friend Hon He was attending a of his Presbytery and was accused by one of his fellow presbyters of talking politics too much on the day Bro Lusk immediately replied the politics my brother that I believe in and practice can and ought to be talked on the Sabbath as well as any other day and if I had such pol itics as you have I wouldnt talk it on Monday much less on Sunday In the days of the good old and prophets the people had their politics and religion all mixed up together and God hasten the day when our preachers and all other Christians shall carry the two things in the same bundle So we in these latter days who have a movement with a political party behind it for the purpose of de greatest enemy of Amer ican liberty and manhood look to the preachers for sympathy and than to any other class of voters Rut sad to say we do not get very much of either The most liberal estimate is that not over 25 per cent of the preachers vote with us But not only in Bible days do we see the people mix ing religion and politics but in our own good old colonial days church and profane History tells us of many noble and notable instances where the preachers in assembled religious bodies took the lead in counseling the people as to their civil rights and in taking steps to throw off by force of arms if necessary the yoke of King George That doubtless was politics of the right kind no kick against making then except it might be their friends the tories So we think that these exist now and has existed lo these 25 or 30 years or more condition of affairs in these States which just as loudly for preachers one and all to take the lead in ridding the country of earths greatest curse and crime the legalized rum business business is in safe hands Many of the men who tall that way that is say it wont do to mix em are not overstocked with religion and thus have very little of that article to 1 always think 1 know which a is on be he preacher or layman when I him and see him so cautious about mixing religion Is LINIMENT many forward decided supposed everything separateA Alex Lusk meeting Sabbath professing championed stroyingthe more support among prohibitionists United our I hear awfully Nf everything expression patriarchs cal sideman I will say he is not on Gods side of the liquor question Little does the devil care how religious and how a man is himself and how much lu boasts of voting for local option every time he has a chance just as long as he stands and is with the men and the parties con senting to and acting in complicity with the liquor mens interest just so long does he the devil know that his mix with anything These same tho always have on hand a full stock of politics But we hear many real good Christian men singing the same song and no doubt they think they are best serving the Lord in that kind of religion They ought to know that they are serving the devil in their politics True Christianity ought to teach and doesteach righteousness and purity in politics as well as in pri vate life purity andconscience in the voting booth as well as in the prayer meeting But we all know where the trouble lies but dont know or want to know how to apply the remedy We all know that these men who make up our national and state issues and the candidates for us to vote for do not attend prayer meetings and they well know 90 per cent or more of the church people will fall into line any way on election day if not before Dident they nearly all do that way last year in Kentucky on election day Yes just for this time not only the old party temperance people but half or twothirds of the party prohibition ists all went into the partisan mess For what why to beat Goebel or to beat Taylor or some oth er man But Mr Editor the principal thing or things I started out to do was to inform your readers 1st how much 1 appreciate a letter from a preacher received during the campaign last fall and second on account of its appreci ation to offer it for publication The letter is as follows Danville Ky Nov 2 1899 lion O T Wallace Point Leavell Ky Dear Sir I offer as my apology for writing my earnest desire for the ul triumph of temperance only do 1 hope to see Kentucky from the foul cuise of the sale and use of all drinks but the whole world swayed by the fill the ballot boxes of our state with noble manhoods overwhelming protest against the and leader but it will be heard in Eden that a few stood up for mental moral social date 1 feel gratified to be one among the number the number that shall do so humble though I be With the assurance of lofty esteem I am Hon Sir Your obedient servant Andrew Chambers Pastor St James Af M E Church August Flower It is a surprising fact says Prof Ilouton 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 maynot temperate fellows select political Not purged manufacturer powerby I system counted holiness NO MILITIA MM TO DRIVE THE PEOPLE TO GLOBE THE BIG STOCK OF Clothing and Overcoats Now being closed out there is drawing immense sales Get in before the best is gone MILLER HIRSH DANVILLE KT 4 M oofoaoar D r lKwkir i trr 11 fJt FOR 3oDAYS iSj Stock Reducing is a feature of this sale and everything in the stcck will feel its force especially heavy goods M such as OVERCOATS Ladies Wraps c Meat Lard Feathers Eggs and Poultry wanted at highest prices A BOON T MANKINDS I fJmrlJ JJrnilJmrlfJfiJrng ilJ SPECIALm rn rn PREINVBriTORY SALE fii f rn BLANKETS rn RL JBllnius GO PaintLick co i14- r t Y COMFORTS 1 r I r UCEVra A New Discovery for the Certain Cure INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Soie Proprietor 310 North Main Street SI LOUiS MCA of F BALLARD STORlIES DRUG STORE 1 t ORGANIZED 1883 r C ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY Capital 5OOOO Surplus Fund 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention f M HIGSINBOTHAX Prcalden LEWIS Y LEAVELL B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNBY Assistant Cashi WALKEE Bookkeeper DIRECTORS T M ABNOLD LEWIS Y LEAVELL B F HUDSON Hemp Wanted I will pay cash for hemp delivered at the de pot in Lancaster or at my Hiattsville R M WEST R AetnaQueen Palatine NationalHartford Conncticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriter Liverpool London GIooo North British Mercliaiitile Aetna LifeInsCo9fIarlforJCon 6 ATTORNEY AT LAW AND KEAl ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life las Co Guar C D MHxee1NBoraAtr the homeat of I KINNAIRDiNSURANCE ReprBsBntin FolIow ll COIDpaniBS sWINEB OlD f o Vice Presideni rWALKEP aBa iI w y iK t 5r peLlECU Ff milDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat structing the exhausted or is thelatest discovered digest tonic No other preparation can approach it in It in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea imperfectdigestionPrepared F P Frisbie Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE 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 SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE UO OF NEW YOR Robinson Hamilton igts Office over Office LANCASTER KEXTUCKT MMM r A Free Triptn Paris Reliable persons of a mechanical Paris Exposition and write The PATENT RECORD Baltimore Md 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE aidsNature antand Sick FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE FIRE ANDMARINE mind desiring a trip to the with good pest 1 or lnvenUve ei rns Z TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Amyono sending a sketch and description nutfour opinion Invention is probably patentable Communion tlons strictly on Patents ontfree Oldest Patents taken through Munn A recelva tpecial notice without charge in tho Atmndaomely Illustrated Largest clr eulation of any scicntlSe Terms 3 ayear month 91 Soldbyal Brmfiob Oflo S 8tWwblBCtoBfi r- Io SCittirICJlmtrkal i i1J 1i w weekly i four 1liro I P w I 1 1 Immense Line of JUST Arrived Dont forget tnat W3 are Hsadctuarfcsrs for Pure Fresh Drugs Toilet Article3E Prescriptions Frisbies Pharmacy New Hotel Building H f Stationery 6 4e9 Cigars nd c baceuS Sph1 1 J 1o r j 0 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY February S AIJOOT people Miss Nora Sandidge is visiting Pearl Ross on Stanford street Dr J South of Frankfort has been Miss Christine Bradleys guest Miss Allie Anderson is visiting her sister in Lexington Mrs Jno E Stormes entertained a few friends at a musical last Thursday Miss Edna Scott of Mt Hebron is visiting Misses Lena and Jennie Eog ersr Hon W M Ray Garnirds returned to Frankfort Mon day Miss Maud Miller of Irvine is this week to visit Miss Lizzie Brown H A B Marksbury has returned from a business trip to Lexington and Cincinnati Miss Lena Rogers has been very sick for several days but we are glad to say is improving Richmond Eegisten Mr Alex Den fly of Garrard visited his uncle Wm Denny this week Rev S II Burgers of Berry Ky is the guest of Mr T E Smith of the Blue Grass Grocery Misses Jennie Burnside and Gena Bush have returned from several days visit to Bryantsville friends Miss Pattie Burnside after several weeks visit to relatives here has to her home in Barboursville Geo McEoberts of Stanford was in Garrard again last Sunday to see a pretty irl George looks like he means business Judge J C Hemnhill left Tuesday morning to spend several weeks vis iting Mr James Leaven in New Orleans The Social and Industrial Club will meet next Tuesday afternoon at half past two oclock with Mrs Jno E StormesLexington Herald Mr Ashbrook Frank returned yesterday from a house party given by Mr Ben Bos worth in the country Miss Christine Bradley gave a cinch party to a party ofyoung friends Tuesday evening Handsome prizes were awarded and those present report a lovely evening Walter Hammack the popular clerk of J W Sweeney left Monday to ac cept a position it St Louis Mo Walter made many friends while in our midst and all wish him well Mrs Harriet Glascock Hull the charming lady in charge of theBlack bird Minstrels is stopping at the Mason house She made many friends in Lancaster during previous visits here being a lady of rare beauty and intellect Miss Amanda Estes who has been confined to her for the past nine weeks with muscular and inflamatory rheu matism is slowly improving but the rheumatism left her in such a critical condition that she has to walk with crutches Mr Chas Barker formerly of the firm of Burton Barker this city was married last week to Miss Mote Nave at her home in Danville While several of his friends expected he was preparing to take unto himself a wife yet they did not know the event vas so near at hand The bride is a Mr Joe P Nave and a young lady of fine intelcct and beauty THE f i 5 rioO representative expected returned daugh- t rof j P rgo aaoaooaoooooooaooooaoooooaoooot oooe oooooooaoooaaoaoaoooo Mi Irs Browning r delightful t S goo WE HAVE IT a RECORD extends congratulations to Mr and Mrs Barker They will re side in Danville o- Harrodsburg Thurs day was the twentyfifth anniversary of the marriage of Dr and Mrs O Goodloe Being their silver wed ding th members Of the Assembly Presbyterian church about nine oclock Thursday morning put heads together and decided to present their beloved pastor and his wife with a suitable present as an indication of the esteem in which they are held Before three oclock in the afternoon collection of forty dollars lied been made The amount in new half dol tars was secured at the bank and en closed in a nice box and presented Rev Henry Faulconer and wife left Saturday for their new home Hills boro Ohio at which place he takes charge of the Presbyterian church No young man has ever been amongst us who has made more friends than has Rev Faulconer He is an earnest minister but of the social goodna tured kind that brings pleasure to all with whom he comes in Henry as everyone had learned to address him is far from the class of preachers and soon convinces you that one can be a Christian and not wear a face as long as a wellrope Its a pity there are not more such people of his type Efforts will be made to induce capitalists to develop Rowan stone jl had dyspepsia for years horned icine was so effective asKodol Dyspep sia Cure It gave immediate relief Two bottles produced marvelous re suits writes L II Warren Albany Wis It digests what you eat and a cannot fail to cure F P Frisbie 1m In a statement made to the Senate Pension Commissioner Evans gives the following information about the mini ber of pensioners of the wars named Revolutionary war four widows and seven daughters war of 1812 one sur vigor and 1008 widows Indian wars 1832 to 1842 1055 survivors and 3889 widows Mexican war J204 survivors and 8175 widows V t Democrat Last theirs Eastern county coma lunglac j ASHAMED OF HIS TEETH Many men are and yet it is neither painful troublesome or expensive to have those that are possible to save put in perfect condition and those that are not extracted and replaced by ARTIFICIAL TEETII which will do everything required of them OUR DENTAL WORK is second to none in the city We make Teeth on Plates or Crown and Bridge Work on Gold Our Rubber Plates with Aluminum lining and shaded pint rubber are the most beautiful and lasting that can be made We charge for gold fillings 150 for solid gold crowns gold bridge work 550 per carat gold See us before you have your work done All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON M D D D S Office in the Hobson Building next door to the government mond Ky if 5 50 tooth22 bulldingR tell When you need something and TEMPTING no use ZS of something FRESHGOOD to look all town 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 V Courteous Treatment of FULLER STMPSON 24 just i L i over i In The Proctor Knott cigar leads em all in easy drawing and fragrantsmoke Excellent music by the Blackbird Minstrels tomorrow Friday night hive tthat sewing machine gun revolver and all kind of repairing done at J BConns shop I am agent for the Hayworth Cjrn planter for M FrRour Mirksbury Ky Blackbird Minstrels at Opera House tomorrow Friday night A special feature of the Uncle Josh Company tonight will be BessieDainty DeLong in her Plastique Poses Expressione and Supentenia JEHtrnycd On January 2Gth a black and white spotted bird bitch Will pay reward of of 200 for her return to John Standing room will beat a premium at the Blackbird Minstels tomorrow Friday night Secure a seat at Roberts drug store Spring Samples I am receiving several of the best lines in the country Call and see me at J B Jennings old stand M D HUGHES 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 Town lots in BryutitMvillc for Sale sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville particulars tf JAS HILLS Mr Joe E Robinson one of the most active and prominent democrats in this section of the state secured a number of contributions from Garrard and purchased a beautiful floral design to be placed upon Wm Goebels casket Mr Robinson atten ded the funeral and took the design Feed for Sale fodder straw and hay for making chop feed Also the best Blue Gem and Jellico coals Give us of your tfada which will beappreclated S T Leaveli tf A 1aiiit 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 success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold on written guarantee and money if not as represented For sale by R E McRoberts Lancaster corn car load lots delivered at any station Rowland branch of not less than 85 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 MAUKsimuy SON Elegant Dinner Mr Fissinger managerof the Gar to rard served an elegant dinner last Sun day evening at G oclock A number of citizens and their wives together with many young people of the spread and all pronounce it the most elegant ever served outside a city hotel Mr Fissinger will serve another dinner next Sunday at G oclock A great many have signified their intention of being present While he will hardly come out even financially yet Mr will on all those who will attend will notify him not later than Saturday morning the menu Consomme In Cups Young Onions Tickles Salted Almonds Roast English Cut of Sirloin Young Turkey With Dressing Cranberry Sauce Roast Pig Deviled Crabs on Shell Bits ofMeat In Blanket a la Creole er Pine Apple Fritters Benedictine Small Patties of Sweetbreads Mayonnaise of Shrimp Sugar Corn Mashed Potatoes Asparagus on Toast Pumpkin Pie Homemade Mince Pie Bisque Ice Cream Edam Cheese Toasted Crackers Assorted Cakes f 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 chit dren It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia or a other consquences It also cures and has been used in tens thousands of cases without a single Iffailure so far as we have been able tQ learn Itnut only cures but Ifwhen given s soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack cases whooping cough it liquefies the touch mucus making it easier to expectorate and lessens the severity and frequency of the paroxysms of linnaYtintr all dangerous conseguences by R E McEoberts druggist 1m The QUEEN CRESCENT 9nly hours to New Orleans ed m T Ifor L check- row G rrtrd county Anderson J ViII or democrats alISon refunded laVe partook braAppleSauce croup of thus sale k 0j i jc f ok 1 J rr 00000404940009040000000004 0 170CRhR oooodooooaooooo4aooapooooooao new de obtainable apart at least C marl C pert I croup depth ing that di tin C s sense dy any for tit ed ify con the the for ing One hundred and forty reserved seats have been sold for Uncle Josh tonight at Opera House Wat Wanted Highest market price paid Address H C Potts Buckeye Ky 3800 JSYi Surrey I have them VW J Romans Money to Any amounts from UWi to 1000 to suit borrower J C Hihn My old accounts must b3 once This means ajl ed to me G S Games 21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and nice 750 lb steers Apply to T M Johnston or Sons The papers over the state speak highest terms of the Williams Company which is to play here next week Fresh homemade bread every day Fresh cakes of every description Meals served at all hours Oysters style Leave your orders for refreshments R ZUIMEK Stop and k 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 therush J B CONN Smitt Currey Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty OlHce at R II Batsons dry goods store tf On and after Jan 1st 1900 we will charge lOcts for one single hitch 25c 1 single hay and35cts for 1 feed Enterprise Livery and feed Stable No hitch on public days W A ARNOLD Get Good Jobs As stated in last issue Diems Herndonand Lewis of this city passed successful examinations under the civil service They have have been given runs in the mail service the former between Louisville Knovville and the latter from to Livingston They will go on duty this month We do not know of two more deserving young men I think I would go crazy with pain where it not for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W H Stapleton rierminie 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 by R McRoberts Druggist Several months ago a smoothe stranger secured a large number of advertising cards to be printed on a railroad timecard to be framed displayed The merchants paid from five to eight dollars per card and the swindler only took out enough cards to use in collecting his money The balance left in the newspa per office where they were printed Why will the merchants their money on the swindling takes Some Paris men will freely give their money to a stranger and flatly refuse c give an advertisement to the local newspapers or a local advertising so News No KlBlit to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attrac must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down 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 complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to pur the blood It gives strong nerves eyes smooth velvety skin rich It will make a good looking charming woman of a invalid Only 50 cents at E E McRoberts Drug Store Found at Marcellus On the first evening of January 1900 best Harrow on the market for 1200 Ask 0 T Wallace Joel Walk George B J S Johnson Y Hudson C M Jenkins Nixon Per kins F B Kemper M F Rout Garrett Wood date Elder I M Dunn James Hills Eugene Berkele Adams James Spillman William Lawson or any other farmer what they are At same place I have the machine to make old buggy wheels fit spindles just as they do when new 50 cents for each spindle C K POINDEXTER To Stop A Cold After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never fails tostop cold if taken in time Take noth else 1m now you have a kind word say it Throbbing hearts soon sink to rest you owe a kindness pay it Lifes sunljurries to the west 4 you do a kind deed do it From despite some soul to save Bless each day pass through it Marching onward to the grave some grand thing for tomorrow YOU are dreaming do it now the future do not borrpwr Frost gathers on the brow i Speak your word perform your duty X it a be If g d tomade bug Pha or roadwa on AP Terms tf J rOIIOrtao tlcc settle t pare For Sale inc reception Thin Danville Props Ben- D Vest Yo have Saute Same throwaway licitorParis ht rundown m Robinson Arnold L C TE C C S E so c I 7 C you want a Loan t easy L rode Cot S Notice innati o the were S Stormes Can as you From r g Elm If r be of A W the well the and Mus gave and by was 1 Red 4 5 Night is coming deep with rest Stars will gleam beauty your breast w Days for deeds are few brother Then today fulfill your vow you mean to help another Do not dream it now Ex UN life Was Saved Mr J E a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonder ful deliverance from a frightful death In telling he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran Into Pneumonia My lungs became hai ened I was so weak I couldnt sit up in bed Nothing helped mi expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis eatery One bottle gave great relief continued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the bottles free at R E Drug Store every bottle guaranteed Resolutions or Kespect Be it resolved That in the death of Mrs R H Batson this Sundaj School has lost one of its very best members and the whole cause of the Master a faithful follower It is hard for us to give her up though we know that she has gone to I forever and forever in Heaven with I Christ and the Great Father She was one Of Gods saints Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death His Saints Her life was a ben ediction to her home to her fellow disciples to the community to all with whom she was brought in con tact Blessed ba her memory To the broken family our hearts go out in sympathy B F HUDSON C ROBINSON Committee on 1 WILLIAMS Resolutions The Ladies Aid Society of the Christ ian Church hereby enact that Whereas an all wise Providence has fit to remove from our midst our dear sister Mrs R II Batson be it Resolved That we humbly bow to will of Him who doeth all things knowing that whatever He does is best We thank our Heavenly Father for Cluistian life she lived among us for the love and zeal which she showed both for the church and the Ladies Aid Society and that wo may strive with the help of God to imitate her virtues and earnestness i That we extend to the griefstricken family our tenderest sympathy in their deep afiiiction May the loving memory she has left and gentle in fluenceof her Christian life console them in their loss until they meet her bejond the river That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved family and pub lished in the CISNTKAL RECOKD R L ELKIN itMKS R E McRoiiEiiTS Committee Mus J C HHLMPHILL RESOLUTIONS OF AV C T U In as much as our Father has plucked from His earthly garden a plant which out its sweet fragrance to all who chanced in contact with it has transplanted it with loving hands to that heavenly garden where shall never again be blighted by but shall be tenderly nurtured the great King therefore be it Resolved That the Lancaster T U feels deeply the loss of our dear sister Mrs R H Batson who j ever in sympathy with every de j partment of our work for God Home and Humanity Resolved That we extend to her family in their of grief our sincere sympathy reminding them that Christ is always bearing the heaviest portion of every cross laid upon Ills children Resolved That a copy of these be sent to the bereaved fam ilv that they be spread upon our min and printed in RECORD Fanhie 31 Farra Stella ON Hubble BEL CIRCLE PILL SPACE EVERYTHING LOOKS BLUE To a bilious man This is true tho paradoxical But things take on roseate hue after swallowing a Red Circle Pill NATURE IS A PAST MISTRESS 2 In the art of healing but she cant make seeds grow on barren ground She cant make blood with a torpid live Give her a lift with the Circle Pill Shell do the rest I THE GODS OF LOVE AND WAR 3 Alike impotent when the liver needs attention The liver reg ulator par excellence is the Red Circle Pill CANNED BEEF AND HOT AIR Make a mighty poor diet for a billions soldier But even this may digested when a Red Circle Pill is swallowed every night THE RUES OF BLiss More brightly glow when seen through eyes that have no bile in them Nothing clears the vision so well as the Red Circle Pill THEYRE 500 APIECE 6 These boils and carbuncles some people say If you value them so dont take Red Circle Pills You lose your boils THE MEANEST MAN ON EARTH 7 Might deserve some sympathy were it not for the fact that he could get rid otJiis bile by taking a Pill every night SSOBMES DRUG STORE FRIBBIES PHAREACY d s i i W Grasseswhisper oer itdo ofit 13I Trouble tenderest t therefore t tocome disease V hours I I I resolutions are J I t f WORTH i I tyitTi fadeless lay e9 ute boctk the CENTRAL t highly Red CIr- cle 1 t y r r j bee not the Jg o jjjj m p fo ip jig j O fjM Q j Flo Fnnal to f ranch is first symptoms of Eczema but it is not longbefore the redness to itch Ifflh nr rnn nf j but beginning and willlead to suffering and anea durable a common mistaketo regard InK ilkoSSP roughness and redness of the asU1 a local irritation it is but an iadics ointments salves etc applied to the surface The disease itselfthe real cause of the trouble is in the although all suffering producedthrough the skin the only way to reach is throughblood Mr Phil of Ind writesI had Eczema thirty years and after a great deal fr m constant pain It finally broke into a running sore andbegan to spread grow worse past five orSIX years I have suffered untold and had given upall hope of ever being free from the disease as I have A treated by some of the best physicians and havetaken many blood medicines all in vain With little Mjfaith I to take S S it apparentlymade the Eczema worse but I knew that was the Iway the remedy got rid of the poison Continuing 3 S S S healed up entirely theclear and smooth and I was perfectly Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by a remedy which iionly o tonic Swifts Specific S S Sa FOR THE BLOODsuperior to ether blood remedies because it cures diseases which they oanreach It goes to the the cause of the will cureworst case of Eczema no matter what other treatment has 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STABLE LANCASTER We make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON FEED KY s our CNLV One CHANGE OF Crss Hew Orleans Jousion and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the Cln TO Fturciseo DAYS EY ntrE 6al ton i d eitsc nt Set t AG 0 Oke IT C lUncarKHi ar 1- tlntlaull From Cincinnati a d the North Miles Shorter than Other Line Cincinnati to New Orleans Only One Change Cars to Jackson Vicksburg Houston Dallas etc THE BEST UNE TO CHATTANOOGA BlRUmSHASI NEW ORLEANS IS THE QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE t Vestibuled Limited Trains Throu Pullmans Hour Schedules c 4 M 1 wi I r 1 J Box 65 Bryantsville has a beautiful farm of 100 acres well improved to sell at a reduced price Any one to buy a nice horn 3 well located would do well to address Box 65 or Robert L Arnold Manse Ky Terms easy tf Gr A Swinebroad bought a lot of hogs from different parties at 3cts Senator Harris of Madison has had his cattle vaccinated to prevent black leg G A Swinebroad sold to Owsley King eight long yearling steers at 30 per head The Langshains says a poultry lay best in winter they give a goodly number of eggs and are excel lent table fowls At a recent sale of PolandChinas at v Springfield Ill fortyone head G55 The live boers averaged S134GO and the thirtysix sows 5637 The report of the Internal Revenue Commissionerjnade to Congress shows that 714742 pounds of oleomargarine wasshipped to Kentucky last year W S Philpot Albany Ga says DeWitts Little Early Risers did me more good than any pills I ever took The famous little pills for constipation billiousness and liver and bowel F P Frisbie 1m 3Fr R V McCreary of the River Mills Frankfort bought of Mr Melancthon Young of Jessamine county his 18 8 crop of hemp to about 30 000 pounds at 5 per hundred delivered on cars at Vllle The new team of sorrel horses purchased by President Me Kinlcy have good action white face and long flowing flaxed tails McKinley has given strict that none of the horses in the white house stables shall nave their tails docked Children who are trouble with worms are pale in the face fretful by spells restless in sleep have blue rings around their eyes bad dreams variable appetite and pick the WHITES CREAM will kill and expel these parasites Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes The government report of the wheat crop says the yield this year was 547 bushels The area sown this fall is estimated at 30150000 acres which is more than last year The average condition is 971 Cornstalks continue to increase in value They yield cellulose worth S400 a ton for stopping holes in for fine cardboard and paper the best foundation for dynamite a patent cattle food and a superior glue If the reader of this should chance to know of any one who is subject attack of bilious colic he can do him no greater favor than to tell him of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoe Remedy It always gives prompt relief For sale by R E Me Roberts Druggist 1m Lexington Gazette Horses are everywhere this year Pink eye is prevalent is Ireland horse sickness in South Africa and in America Some disease is killing off horses in the northwest at an alarming rate A veterinary surgeon says the disease is rare and is caused by eating oats which have been damaged by rust The largest stockyards in the world are in Chicago The combined plants represent an investnient of over 810 000000 The yards cQntain twenty miles of water troughs fitty miles of feeding troughs and seeentyflve miles of water and drainage troughs The yards are capable of receiving and ac commoding daily 20000 cattle 20000 sheep and 120000 hogs A Missouri man claims to have kept an accurate account of all the public sales of Hereford Angus and Short horn cattle held in the United States during the year 1899 as reported in the Breeders Gazette He reports the result Herefords 1033 head 271105 average per head 26244 8315536 average per head 17575 After doctors tried to cure me of pneumonia I used One Minute Cough Cure and three bottles of it cured me It is also the best remedy on earth for whooping cough It cured my grand children of the worst cases writes Jno Berry Loganton Pa It is the only harmless remedy that gives im mediate results Cures cough colds and throat and lung troubles It pre vents consumption Children always like it Mothers endorse it P Frisbie Accurate statistics have been of the total shipments of turkeys during the Thanksgiv ing and holiday season of 1899 The total number of pounds shipped was and the amount received for same was 25542346 an average price per 100 lbs of 1192 The poul the leading industries of the Stateand it is predicted that in a few years it will be the largest The climate in Kentucky are peculiarly favorable to raising of turkeys and on many of the smaller farms it is the most profitable crop FATAL delays are caused byexperi with cough and cold cures Foleys Honey and Tar will prevent cold from resulting in PNEUMO NIA C C J E Stormes lm ady j wishing journal averaged averaged troubles Kentucky amounting Nicholas recently President l 300000 200000 battleships suffering perhead com- plIed Kentucky 2 141190 try business is fast becoming one of conditions c ord n VERMIFU following P- im ul all it to ci Of I to R to p Aljilllus tean in the Kentucky Legislature providing for a tax of 1 on all clogs to be paid into a fund to reimburse sheep owners losing sheep through depredations of dogs The money is to be collected by the Sheriff and the surplus over the above 50 at the end of each year is to go into the school fund The law is similar to one in effect in Indiana The past mouths receipts at Chicago were the largest January receipts in over live years or since 1894 For the first two weeks of the mon Lh there was a gain of over 27000 compared with a year ago The total for the entire will probably reaclua least 240000against only 191564 last Tan 207755 the last monthof 1899 Toastipg bread until it b3comes brown largely converts the starch into and hence so far as brown portion is concerned one 01 the procccses of digestion is through before the bread is taken into the stomach It will be found that the thinner the slices of bread and the more thoroughly they are toasted the easier digestion will be and when portions of the slice of bread are thoroughly burned but still changed to a deep brown color will be found to be still more digested That it is sometimes better to sell your tobacco at home rather than ship the city market was demonstrated the past week One of our prominent tobacco buyers recently tried very hard to purchase a crop of the weed from one of our largest growers offering what might be termed a fancy price and at the same time presenting an argument to show why the grower would have to sell for less on the city market because of the manner in he would have to assort the ship it as a single crop The purchase was not effected however and last week the said grower sold his crop on the Cin market for nearly threefourths a cent a pound less than the home offer Falmouth Pendletionian An Editors Life Saved by Cough Remedy During the early part of October 189G I contracted a bad cold which settled on my lungs and was until I fered that had appeared in an incipinent was constantly coughing and trying expell something which Icould not a a Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the result was immediate improvement and after I had used three bottles my Inngs were restored to their healthy state B S Edwards Publisher of the Review Wyant Ill For sale by E Mclloberts Druggist lm VIse Vordn you cannot a good word of your fellow man for Gods sake dont say anything remarks the Democrat Lifes burdens are all too neavi even the most favorable circumstances and when opproprium accusations and lies are laid thick fast on top the burden becomes too great for many a weak fainthearted soul who seeks solace in death Look your own life Make it purer and better and then help your brother in stead of continually devising to down him You will be the happier on earth for it and be more blissful in the home perpetuated at Gods throne Men and women have been hounded to the grave by a lying tongue it has caused more suicides wrecked more lives ruined more homes and caused more sad fces and heavy hearts than any other cause and the army of de of this damnable diversion will present a pitable appearance before the great tribunal Its a remarkable fact too that the rottenest rabble are the most prone to talk about decent people Blsiniirks Iron Nerve Was the resultof hissplendid health Indomitable will and tremendous en crsy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are not of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at R E McBoberts drug store lm A Timely Comment J A gentleman who has been tortured by the brainless youths at the Opera House hands the following for pub lication At nearly every performance given at the Opera House there is in the audience a few misguided persons who seek to distinguish themselves by ap plauding late arrivals It seems as though some people can never learn how to deport themselves with in a public place Applause when merited and properly directed is Perfectly right but to attempt to stamp the floor into the basement with feet just because you see one walking down the aisle his seat is disgusting While your sentiments may be proBoer you should not allow yourself to become too extremely boorish in an audience which is undoubtedly neutral And should your appreciation be elicited by developments on the stage which is probable the suggestion is offered that it be expressed by the more seem ly orrect method of clapping the hands DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is un equalled for piles injuries and skin diseases It is the orginal Witch Hazel Salve Beware of all counterfeits F Frisbie lm Good and Lov In Price Come and buy an all wool suit or overcoat readymade or tailormade at 7 They are lower and ter than ever TJ D HUGHES itch ion Ster I intro uJJ I and toastednot ti Chamberlain- S neglected theE If say under and- o ill propriety your some to30 bet C mon ti vo trine I g siccc I na consimp St S 1Viiclic tees 4 ti I J- S We cd at in Of fee an 01 a FII5ST IN tlio Nations In tile Drinking We are the greatest coffee drinkers in the world In 1897 we used 630 000000 pounds of colfee This was 10 000000pounds more than was consum b3r all the combined countries in Europe We have increased our con sumption of coffee during the past year the rate of more than a pound per person and we now use fully fifty pounds annually for each in tIle United States j in those days retail grocers bought and sold coffee in its green state and each roasted it for himself an iron pot over an ordinary fire course it was impossible to obtain uniform results from such crude moth and from hick of experience and stupidity the coffee wits far less iatable but there was one great advan tage in tins method viz that the cof was freshly roasted and did not have time to lose the aroma and per feet strength by being exposed to the air This is a feature of the coffee question to which too little attention has been paid Roasted coffeo loses in quality and aroma from the very mo ment it leaves the roaster If it can be kept in a tightlyclosed receptacle this is largely avoided but it ought never to be placed in a wooden box or j bin possessing any odor for coffee is peculiarly susceptible to surrounding odors and when exposed to the air all its delicate aroma is rapidly dissipated There is a very famous brand of cof now before the public called Lion Coffee which has come into favor with consumers not alone because of its purity and high quality but by reason j doubtless of the fact that immediate ly after roasting in the mills it is tightly closed in a sealed package practically air proof Thus the aroma is carefully preserved All adultera tion is impossible No impurities can creep into the closedpackage and full weight is absolutely guaranteed Without a word being spoken the purchaser of a package of Lion Coffee has his guarantee of correct weight uniform quality absolute purity and unsurpassed aroma and at no extra cost Everything is reduced to exact it is little won del that Lion Coffee today is rapidly NO Ilcerets Marry you exclaimed the imperi beauty her lip curling in scorn wouldnt marry you if my face was all over with both my eyes were crossed and you were the only man on earth Well it ddcsnt make much differ ence answered thb young man taking glittering bauble from his vest pocket und inspecting ft with one Eye shut I bought this 100 with the privilege of returning it if it didnt uit Chicago Tribune Averting Trouble Maid breathlessly Oh miss both the gents you is engaged to has called theyre in the parlor and some how or other theyve found it out and oh miss Im fraid therell be trouble Miss Fllrtie Horrors Oh dear what shall I Maid after reflection Ill fix Ill run an tell em youre cryin yr eyes out cause yr father has lost all ls Y Weekly Just the Reverse Poor Chollys fate Is dreadful And he is feeling sore lIe tried hard to be English Yet only Is a Boer N Y World 5IODEHN MARRIAGES Lead of CofFee i person cons rher heods paI- ne fee I theel pitted smallpox diamondring and moneyN woLl s I do- tI 11 I ch to child be and dont marry that shiftless young fellow The Modern on The first time 1 marry for love only Jugend Cause and Effect Uncle gave a pretty toy Piano to little Daisy And little Daisy In her Joy Is driving the family crazy Chicago Tribune Paid Drawbacks You say you wont marry me be cause I am bald and because 1 make puns Yes if you were bald and didnt make puns or if you made puns and were not bald it would be different but the fact that you are bald still make puns convinces me that you are too old to reform Chicago Rec ord The Tomb of Rouinlai A notable recent achievement in archaeology is the discovery in the a Roman Forum of a massive pavement of black marble nine feet squatwhich some believe to be the veritable black stone which the Romans venerated as marking the tomb of l Romulus Under the marble among other objects was a broken stele or sepulchral column ar Latin characters and is considered to bear out the statement tongue which their descendants could rot understand Youths Companion A LArge Contract Askim Yhydid Slimleigh break his engagement with Miss Heavy Tellum She wanted him toteach her skate She weighs about200 pounds you know N Y Journal GrandmotherBut reasonable GirlLater grandma aud- coveredwith JOe 1 o Jt J iJ h aic this ff I j nature the mild assistance needed for the regulation of the menses It is of wonderful aid to to the wife to woman or through the turn A Women from unnatural drain any bearing 5 down pains in the lower falling or displacement of the womb can their troub les at completely away from the eyes of a A few P The BradCeld Rtgula tor Company AtUntaGa No m to Sympathy Dorses are such sagacious crea lures arent they said the young woman Yes Indeed answered Col Stil have heard that n racehorse sometimes shows unmistakable signs of grief and humiliation after he has lost I dont see why he should take it so much to heart lIe can sleep out there at the track He doesnt have to walk home Washington Star Club Wtsiloi- Bromley heres an account of a woman who lived 48 days on water Thats nothing Darringer My fa ther has been living on water for the last ten years Do you expect me to believe that eh Why dont you add that he grew fat on it Well he did Hes a sea captain TitBits A Sorry Exception sayWhendayButElliott Magazine WILLING TO KEEP IT DARK v iBRI REULTfJRI the girl just entering womanhood and the any quicklycure Large bottles sold by druggists for 1 I w a approaching regulate dam elLI I 3 ca 30 Miss Giddie Its awfully sweet of you Mr Cunius coquettish pause Impey to ask me to marry you Of course I know you love me but 1 hope that people wont say that you married me for my money Mrr Impey Cunius in a state of collapse after an elaborately forced proposal My dear Miss Gid I assure you that I shall never mention it Punchs Al manacle Verbnm Sap Little drops of water When the wild wind blows Somehow like to From a fellows Chicago TimesHerald A Tribute to the Sex The Professor There is evidence to show that one of the most famous edifices of antiquity was constructed principally by women His Wife Which one The Tower of Babel Harlem Life Ill Taste Wna Great Miss Leyfers I hear young Bosworth has a lovely collection of the choicest china cups Miss IJathurst Well he is in his cups most of the he has a right to be particular about Y World No Wonder Lady These references look all right mum It look well in me fer to say it but me little bye Terence is the bestwrlter in his class Demorests Magazine The Deadhead Habit This life Is all a fleeting show And many a man alas Wastes all 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