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Entered at the Pot Office in a Second Matter SDAY AFTENOON FEBRUARY 22 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i 5 r L J hg 4 t4i ttoth- 3 TENTH YEAR Lancaster Sy Class p1UMBEP 47 r nrrrti r A TrD A lf n lahor T A Nf A CTFR KY O N Wagon Breeching Collars flames Trace Bridles Cheek lines Collar Pads have a large stork go CHEAP Harness and Saddles Cheaper IST Than any place in the J B J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Prices that Taik Chains eW- And they state Iaseldell Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets 1 LOCAL Southbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 10 A Northbnd Mixed 335 p Northbnd Passgr 252 A South bnd 1229 A i TIMETABLES i AND VICINITy eeooweooveeo a 4eeeeeeweeeeeeoeeeoe eeaeea I IiANCASTER Lovely laces at Joseph Opera rent at C sons Nice line of crackers and fruits at coal for cash cheap J CI The ladies should see our pretty Plaids You will like them J Buggy and harness lower than you can get them anywhere J R Haselderi In Ginghams we lead them all Our stock or prices can not be dupli sated by any competitor J Joseph Money to Loan 1 Any amounts from lOO to 1000 to suit borrower Terms tf J C You will see the largest and complete lineof all kinds of buggies surries pheatons and road jrvagons ever brought to Lancaster W J JtjfoaiNS We great care in selecting our stocks and know we have as pretty selections as can be found in Central Kentucky Call and inspect J Joseph Now Time To have your cistern cleaned while its full 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 281 m Business Change W B Ball has bought Sir Patter sons interest in the firm of Ed C Gaines Co The former Is moving his stock to the room occupied by the latter and by will be straight erred out and ready for business Both are popular young men and the firm will receive a liberal share of patron age The firm name will be Gaines Ball Things Do Change An exchange says a man who kept account of the number of kisses ex changed with his wife during their union consents to its publication as follows Fist year 9500 second year 10000 third year 3650 fourth year 120 fifth year 2 He then left off keeping the record Now we presume he puts in the ime kissing some other fellows wife t f v ovv wvv Glasses Thom WYB Balls Red Ash Blu gem and B is n Moss sun cy easy Los exercised spring 1 the tonight P t Special Sale CLOAKSBRUSSELINE RUGS In Turkish and Persian patterns size 18 x36 excellent bargain 29cts SAME size 22 x 44 38cts SAME size 27 x 58 SOcts WOOL RUGS Double Faced 18x36 Double Faced 30x60 Smyruna Rugs Double Faced Heavy Qualities Assorted Colors and Patterns Size 16x42 75cts SAME in Assorted Colors Grounds Patterns Geometries Florals Birds and size 30 x 66 a Great Bargain 189 worth 300 SAME Size 36x75 289 Worth 400 Also Special Low Prices on Carpets and Mattings Ladders to Fortunes are the Kind Most Desired One of the Safest and Surest is Economy in Buying Every dollar saved in a purchase helps us upward Then why pay from 25 to 50 per cent for Rugs than you pay us Such an course can only tend to keep you at the bottom of the ladder while by taking advantage of our Low Prices you mount two or three steps at a time Isnt this quicker way of reach the top Beside look at the mon ey it will save to you LOGAN DRY GOODS CO fc I r 1- L 29r C r Animals Kn e c t k more need unbusiness like t M x YZ I No smoke better than the Proctor Knott cigar S T Currey will pay highest price in cash or produce for eggs Judge JC Hemphill will be office Saturday to wait uponlhe jug Loan patrons l Farmers satin at J Show at Opera next week se every night You are sure to admire our hand some Silks They are pretty and were selected with great Joseph Important NitIce My old accouh must be settled once This are indebt G S Next Monday is court day Forty acres of ground and a mule will bepre sented to each one paying his sub scription before 10 oclock that morn Work on H A B Marksburys large grain elevator near the depot is be ing pushed along very well considering the bad weather It will be ready soon and he is now working with hemp in part of it Jas B Collier has opened a tin shop over Robinsons store and is prepared to do all kinds of roofing guttering and repairing on the shortest violas Vm Mattingly is in charge and you can get the very best work They say that if you want to live long let the other fellow do the wor vying So quit worrying and go to Corms shop where prices are right and you will receive such nice Lion that your troubles will vanish away General Gordon at Danville General John B Gordon the emi Went exConfederate General and now CommanderinChief of the Confeder ate Veterans will give his new ure The First Days of the Confed eracy at the opera house in Danville the nighUrf Wednesday March 14th General Gordon is not only one of the greatest of living Southerners of the finest lecturers on the American platform Sam Dead The Stanford Journal announces the death of Sam Ilolman at Crab Orchard Monday Mr Hoiman for years had charge of the Springs livery stable and to depot Patrons of the Springs will regret to learn of his death He was always obliging ever ready to do a good turn and reliable Everyone visiting the Springs soon formed an admiration for Sam Holman and he will be sadly missed He leaves a wife and number of little children Ought To Be A Cluck Richmond Register Louis Lan dram of the Lancaster RECORDclaims to have an inside tip to the effect that the Southern extension will be run via Lancaster provided the citizens of Garrard furnish the right of way which will cost about 25000 The commercial club of Lancaster has ta ken steps to raise the required amount It ought to be easy sailing for the club but some folks dont know a good thing when they see it d EpwortH League The meeting at the Methodist church for the purpose ot organizing an Epworth League was well attended and much enthusiasm displayed Rev Robinson gave a talk upon An Ep worth League its meaning and aim and the following officers were elected Mrs G M Patterson president Mrs L Robinson devotional dept 1st vice prest Mrs B F Walter charity and help dept 2nd vice pres agent Mrs R G Ward literary dept 3rp v p Mr Jno Barton secty Miss Cora Ward treasurer The first pray er meeting will be held Friday evening at 7 oclock Every bogy invites Fandlon Play at Danville Dr J J Lewis will deliver his fa illustrated lecture on The Pas sign Play at the opera house in Dan Tuesday night February 27th This lecture has been given by Dr Lewis over 2000 times 100 times in Boston alone and has received the unqualified praise of press and pulpit The views are lifesize highly colored and are manipulated by Mr Frank Beard the finest stereopticon before the public He gets 8 a day and ex penses This is the year for the re production of the celebrated Passion Play of Oberammergan by the de peasants of Bavaria and Dr Lewis lecture will depict It in all particulars as as it will be itt the mountain of Oberam margau Although this isxa very ex pensive attraction prices will re main as usual 50 and 75 He served seats be had at Marrs drug store in Thursday the 22d This is the only opportunity that the people of section will pf see ing thlfi notiediecturertliis year t l y I evvvvovvvvvvevvvvweovv vvwRv s t h Buil R care a mean ho ed tome Gaines idg site led bone dolman bus line strict tomorr moos i ills out fastnesses the cents can Danville this have n rs d p ow all of Buy International Chicken Food from T Currey make your hens lay Fine specialties are given by the ChapmanWarren Ca Opera House all next week Prices 15 25 and 35 c Walter Hammack has been assistant in the local post office Hes a good boy and will till the bill Strayed or L ft- A black Poland China Sow weight about 150 lbs Will give reward for any information JESSE WALDEN Wanted One second hand buggies surries phaetons and all kinds of vehicles to paint and repair I am better prepared for Anything in this line than ever before Satisfaction guaranteed W J ROMANS f 7 Jones to Rogers Whats the dif ference between Conns strop and the Moon Boggs Well I duet know what it is Jones Why the Moor is full once a month and Conn is full all the time Handsome Regalia The Lancaster Odd Fellows lodge has just received one of the handsom eit outfits of regalia ever brought to this city It was selected by Mr J Joseph in Cincinnati and cost big amount of money The degree teams have mastered their work and the local lodge is now as well up in con fering the lacks as is any lodge in the state NOW Telephone Numbers Cut this out and paste on tel ephone cards 3 J A Beazley Residence 41 W B Moss Coal Office 41JBanks Hudson Dealer in Hemp 55 Millard West Residence 58 J W Sweeney 82 G D Powell 84 Letcher Owsley Troctor Knott cigars are best All kinds of plaid and silks at Josephs Electric fixtures at Thompson O JL JlUUVUll 11UW plUlllJbUl hay and corn on hand for cash Residence Grocery Office 86 W A Arnold Livery 83 Blue Grass Grocery Mrs Martha Sacracey died at tin residence of her nephew llr James Friday after a protracted illness of pneumonia She was in her eighty ninth year and had been quite feeble for some time She was widely knows among the older people of the county the Sacracy family time being one of the largest in Garrard county The remains were interred atthefam ily burying ground in lower Garrard A Night In Chinatown There is a subtile something about A Night in Chinatown that pleases classes of people and it will no survive all of its contempora The company now interpreting the play is generally regarded as the best allround corps of actors that has ever been employed in this portrayal of melodrama in this country The startling part played by the hero the jsoulstirring rescue by a fearless wo man and final denouncement are absorbing features of a thrilling plot than which no stronger imagery has been set upon the mimic stage in ma ny a day Opera House Saturday Feb 24 Admission lower floor 50cts chil e i 25cts reserved seatf 7 cts Bal cony 35cts Seats on sale at Stormes drug store G A R To Here ft Capt Joseph H Browning Corn wander of the G A R Department Kentucky Capt M Minton junior vicecommanderinchief of National encampment Jno Braes assistant quartermaster general ana A Apperly inspectorgeneral visited this city last week spending the night at Garrard Hotel as guests of Jon K Faujconer Post They came to all arrangements for the state en campment to herein May next Commander Browning had been told that Lancaster was but a hole in the ground and he concluded it was best to see the place before making final arrangements for the meeting He and his staff very much surprised at the size thrift and beauty of Lan caster and were loud in praise of the they met the treatment j they received and before had been here hours had agreed to opep the encampment here Thursday May 24 and continuing the 25th At night they were given a reception in the parlors of the hotel from 7 oclock until a late hour during which time they were called on and welcomed by many of making a more enjoyable affair of it The comman der and staff left next morning He appointed as chairman of the general j committee Capt Herndon who with the citizens will thoroughly the reception and caring for the delegates and others who attend This encampment will do a great deal for and we hope our citizens will enter Into affair in a way to make it a complete successand we believe they has always come fully all these mat ters not this talus fo Iplain to et I ligli globes and thas oats salt r A will appointed hundred your fill atone cries all Meat the make beheld i were citizens and halfa dozen our citizens arranger Lancaster the upon 1 r 1 ft at 15 for It ed At Third degree at K P lodge row Friday night v See W J Romans of har I COSt SiZeS 1 tO 4S Xr RnHincnn I Remember Ed Gaines you want any kind of fieldseed Price to suit purchaser Helo No 83f Blue Grass Grocer Company for clean Fresh Groceries and prompt de livery Wanted Highest market price paid Address C Putts Buckeye Ky 3800 Night in Chin atown Saturday Ad mission 25 35 SOand 75cts Reserved seats 75cts on sale at Stormes store Balcony seats 35cts The ChapmanWarren Co which comes next week brings good recom mendations They play every night the Garrard Opera House 25 and 35 cents Dr Goldstien the celebrated clan will be at the Garrard Hotel to morrow Friday the 23rd Those their eyes tested by this expert optican should call early as he only remains one day Card of Thanks We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the friends and neighbors and especially to the young men who were so faithful during the illness and our loved one We also the Drs Mays and Kinnaird their untiring services ever go out in love to each and all and pray Gods blessings upon them Mrs J D Henderson and family The Spitting Nuisance Officials in Louisville and other cities have detirmined to enforce or dinances against the filthy and un healthy practice of spitting upon the sidewalks and floors in public places would be well if such a law be pass and enforced in the smaller towns n the Lancaster Opera House other night we noticed several places were the tobacco juice was standing in great pools and running in streams One hog sat and tried to drown out the fire by spittinginto the register of the furnace A law against this nuis ante may teach people to at least le decent if they are not respectable 3 n s I 1 2 Handsome spingltss at Jose Oper a s for rent at J C Thom sons torso fi line ness before you buy 200 pairs ladies slices t less t Logan tube 3 Wheat opt wishing death of thank Our heart Swill tit r n i s t b the Venitian cloth at JosTpTr Haseldens is the place for and and guttering White Fish in 14 and tor sale at Ed Gaines C Best disc Harrow on the marks lowest in price J R Haselden The Chapman Warren Company holds forth at the Opera House all next week Your money goes further with us any place op earth BLUE GUASS GKOCEIIY Co Why wade through the mud you can call up No 83 and get your Groceries We have thebest BLUE GUASS GKOCEKY Co Dr E H Pearce president of Ken tacky Wesleyan College will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday at 11 A 31 There is no but that we the finest lines of Hamburgs ever dis played in this cityi Call and see them J Joseph We have placed on 200 ladies button shoes that sold from 150 to 400 all small sizes that we will sell from The to 150 Come and get a Logan Robinson State Convention Peoples Party Leitchfield Ky February Low rates to the all points in Kentucky via Queen Cres cent Route Ask agents for full par ticulars Good Shows Next Wick The ChapmanWarren Company has made dates for the entire of next week at the Grrrard Opera Houte The plays in their reportoire all from the original manuscripts by special arrangement with the authors and owners They present play each night together with new spec ialties of high order Prices 15 25 and 35 cents Death oiIMtys Arnold Miss Ella Arnold after a lingering illness of consumption died at the home of her father H Clay Arnold Lancaster Monday She was in her 12th year and a girl of unusual in telect The remains were intered in the Lancaster Cemetery Tuesday Services were conducted at the family residence by Rev Robinson of the Methodist church The family have great sympathy in their bereavement This is the third death in this family since last July 5 n e s 0 7 J See roofing 1 bits C han tube lout bay tables pair C Convention from C are anew ear A See the pretty Vcnitians at Josephs They rive beauties us we pay cash or BLUE GRASS GROCERY Co If you are looking for shoddy work pass on If you are looking for honest work come into Conns He will give you honest work at honest prices Friday Saturday and Sunday were about as cold as the weather has ever been in this section A deep snow covered the ground stock water was frozen over and much inconvenience caused those whose duties called them from the fireside A Noble Work Mr Geo L Sehon representing the Kentucky Childrens Home Society Louisville was here this week in the interest of that institution Its par pose is to locate destitute neglected and illtreated children receive them into legal guardianship place them in the homes of approved families and keep them under observation maturity Closing or Colored School Closing exercises of the Lancaster public school will be held at the Court House tonight and tomorrow night to which the public iscordially invited interesting program has been pre pared and those attending will be for going Show that you are in terested in education by attending To The Ladles To advertise the high merits of the ChapmanWarren Co ladies will be admitted FREE Monday night ifaccom parried by a person holding paid re served seat ticket purchased before p m of that date Matters at Frankfort The situation at Frankfort is in just about the same te last week Two men are claiming to be governor two men are claiming the right to preside over the Senate while the contests are dragging slung at a snails pace Itis said that the conservative element of both parties are thinking seriously of adjourning the legislature sine die folding their tents and going home Most every day the papers say all par ties are to get together and decide up on a plan of settling the controversy but these have so far failed to materialize How much longer the trouble will be kept up the Lord only knows The people are growing tired of it and will erelong the whole ships crew were at the bottom of the sea More local on page 3 Produce merchandise until n repaid rowers H H s s A Clean Sweep Sale Get Out of The House That is what we are saying to our wens suits our mens over scats our childrens suits and overcoats our wens pants our hays caps gloves under wear c Yes Chats what we are saying to them and we are going to make it our business to see that they go We ha ve ir argin ate d a CleanSweep Sale And the goods have simply got to go e Prices Which you must admit are unusual and admitting that much how can you see such an opportunity pass unheeded The prices we offer on our goods are verylow 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 18 00 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 Cbildrens Suits go at cost Mens Youths andBoys Overcoats at COST All through our hafr and harberdashery departments these CleanSweep prices will extend You will CleanSweep prices on everything Shall we sell this now or next winter That is The Condition Now Confronting Us Ordinary business judgment promptly decides Sell low Never mind ductions that the sale is conducted on SPOTCASH lines So use asking to have charged our ledger is closed while these discounts are in force That This Sale is Going on Now 1 1 0 I Ot t Q 1 p i lens 0 find clothing t 4 Mark prices low and the goods will go Of course such enormous reprofits mean anything 0 u4 TCTF Logan a RobinsonF F tr Tr i r We are Hero to Stay Our Store is Headquarter for Low Prices 59 LARGE STORES TO SUPPLY 59 v Vith lots of Boodle To back us in this grand work for the peo pIe Some scaredup competitors will tell you that we a trust its the first trust that has ever benefitted the of the people Now in order to prove to you that we do not mean to overcharge you on other goods in order to make up for this great sacrifice We qnote a few of our every day prices below 38 pounds best granulated pound can tomatoes per can Best sugar corn on earth Finest bulk coffee anywhere for money roasted by us twice a week Best rice just think per pound 4 big cakes or finelaundry soap Fresh ginger snaps and crackers per pound i Why should you pay lOc per pound at other stores we have some at less Best starch per pound 3 to Soda 2 pounds for 5c Dont pay 5e for 1 ppund as you have been Potatoes burbanks per bushel Best cove oysters per can Two 5pound sacks table salt Try sack of Imperial Hour we guarantee every sack Sole agents for Muths Celebrated Bread Yours for bargains BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO T E Smith Mgr doing are Best 3 tlC n I I- so masses sugar 310 13e1 5 7 a 0 OO 09 CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAX Publisher LASCASTER KENTUCKYy I rEIDS ONE YFAB IN ADVANCE 100 SIX MONTHS 50 THREE 25 J THURSDAY February 22 1900 VERY little is published in regard to finding the assassin of Mr Goebel Is it possible that the greed each party has for otlice is going to overshadow and push to the rear this allimportant matter The good people of the should push aside all contestees heelers and what nots and hunt down the man or men who fired the shots at Mr Goebel When they are found return for the time to the olden way of putting them to the test and learning if possible who were the instigators of tile foul crime Everyone connected with it should be hanged and that too with out giving the murderers time to make the customary speech about go ing to heaven etc etc The style of printing editorials and matters pretaining to the situation in Kentucky across two columns has be come quite the thing with the daily papers We presume this together with the use of horsebill headlines is done to attract the attention of pnblic as most people have quit reading the usual windy effusions of the papers If the trouble contin ues much longer the dailies will have to place their articles pertaining following along side and preceeding reading matter to get anyone to notice it A WRITER in the Richmond Climax is speculating as to the correct defini tion of classical music According notion classical music is the kind where the performer does a contortion turn over the instrument biffing banging pulling and perspiring while his audience sits in agony awaiting for the tempest to cease when they can applaud and tell him how superb his rendition was We wouldnt give one good fiddler for all the piano pounders and violinists now infesting the country IT is reported that Mr Taylors po litical ventures have cost his little for tune and he is now a bankrupt with an invalid wife six daughters to dress and a large family to provide for When lie accepted the attorney four years ago he gave up a fine law practice He was then worth twentythousand dollars The great expense of holding a prominent office together with the recent troubles at Frankfort cost him all this and his friends now propose to make up a fund to be presented him A NEW way to raise money for a widow lias been established in Texas Her husband is to be hanged and an admission of 25 cents is to he charged all persons witnessing the execution The proceeds will go to the wife of the condemned man If this plan were adopted in Kentucky and all the husbands jerked to the other world there would be an over supply of happy rich widows hereabouts SOME one has figured out that there are four million women in the United States who earn their own living The fellow who made this estimate was doubtless unwilling to tackle the job of ascertaining the number of who not only make their own liv ing but support trifling husbands as he knew it would take the balance of his natural life to do so CONGRESSMAN G G Gilbert has re cently introduced a bill for the estab lishment of a National Park on the battle field This is a move which will meet the approbation of all the people Mr Gilbert has shown by his services at Washington that he is a man ability and will make a rec ord of which his constituency will be proud THE chestnut of George Wash ington and the hatchet will be to many youngsters today A Lan casterurchin said he didnt take much Commonwealth generalship trifling women Perryville repeated r fi 0 contestants S threading thereto immediately tour R Chas t t old e I stock in that old tale for if had enough sense to be the father of his country he certainly had brains enough to lie out of getting a LOTJISVILIE fans are hustling to have a base ball team located in that city this year They are certainly an enthusiastic set having stood by a tailenJ club for many years If a Louisville club ever won a game the fact has been kept a profound secret Tins is the birthday of the Pa of his country If Uncle George could and take a peep at his offspring in these days of political turmoil and rascality he would quickly turn tail and crawl back into his grave iFBeckhams injunction ousts and Taylors suit vanishes the hopes of Beckmam then we move that Garrards entry Mr Wallace be placed upon the throne THE snap will be a great blessing if it has cooled down the of some of tlie fireeating editors and correspondents in Kentucky A Misunderstanding 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 J E Stormes 1m Poor Old KalntiicK The following story in rhyme il lustrates the view of an Illinois humor ist on the present politicalsituation in KentuckyHe shot in old Kentucky where they make the dew and the mother feeds the babies on hot stew where you wake up in the morning shot full of bullet holes and find your sole companions are disem bodied souls He was shot in old Kentucky where their aim is always true and the amusement is shooting people through where the doctors use as med icine for all human ills a dose or two of bullets instead of giving pills He was shot in old Kentucky where fueds grow on the trees and the from the rifles buzz through the air like bees where the instruments they play on when they give a dance or hop are their musical revolvers and they call off with a pop I have heard that old Kentucky is a fine old Commonwealththat the are all noted for their beauty and their health but Ill stay in Illi nois where the women cut less figure and the men are not so hasty nor so quick to pull a trigger Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using else for indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure They used August Flower to out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the ac tion of the liver stimulate the and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Forsale by C C J E Stormes Baldwin City Kas is the seat of a Methodist college Cards can not be bought in the town there is no place in which billiards may be played and two attempts to hold a dance have failed To Stop A Cold After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Honey and Tar It never fails to stop a cold if taken in time Take else C C S E Stormes 1m Mrs Barney Simpson by the grand jury of Trimble county on the charge of sending poisoned to Mrs Pete Simpson her sisterin law of People testify to the merit of curing piles It is guars teed C C J E Stormes 1m l s d a thrashing comeback Taylor recen old passions CC mountain revolver principal bullets women largest anything Biliousness nervous on a nothing was candy Plies SALVEin S Washington e Fole B ii tan y MARKSBtiBY A number of people enjoyed sleigh riding Sunday Hrs M L Anderson bought some of H D Aldridge at 2 per bbl Mr H D Aldridges fami ly have been suffering with the grip Mr K Sutton visited his Mrs Ebb Dickerson at Buckeye Saturday and Sunday Jas Durham who has been quite sick with pneu monia is rapidly recovering John Green of Paint Lick was the guest of Ralph Anderson last week Miss Minnie Royston is visiting the family of her uncle Mr Tom Floyd of Boyle Miss Lyda Arnold is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Burnett at Brooks Ky Mr Alec West is spending sev eral days in Nicholasville with his daughter Mrs Charles Denman Several people from here attended the lecture by Prof McGarvey at the Pleasant Grove church last Tuesday night I had dyspepsia for years No med icine was so effective asKodol Dyspep sia Cure It gave immediate relief Two bottles produced marvelous re sults writes L II Warren Albany Wis It digests what eat and cannot fail to cure F P Frisbie 1m BRYANTSVILLE Go to J S Haselden for a nice v Jeff Z Dunn sold a weanling colt to B G Fox for 50 f The snow fell eight inches deep on last Friday in this vicinity Rev Robinson will fill the here on the first Sunday night In March Elder Allen will fill the pulpit at Pleasant Grove Sunday at oclockAt Vista at the home of Mr J J Poor the Juvenile Mission ary Society of Mt Olivet church will give a Missionary Party on Sat urday February 24 from four to eight oclock Miss Hattie Jennings who has been visiting relatives and friends in Paint Lick and Bryantsville has returned home inDanville Miss Nellie Parks who has been visiting relatives here left for a few das visit in Lancaster Mrs Haselden spent several days last week Campbell Hills spent Sunday with his parents here CM Jennings and wife visited here Sunday Miss Katie Ison is Miss Carrie Boulden in Lexing ton this week Mr S N Steadman is on the sick list this week Frost Kites and Chilblains quickly cured by BANNER SALVE the most healing remedy in the world 1m If the reader of this should chance to know of any one who is subject to attack of bilious colic he can do J im no favor than to tell him of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoe Remedy It always gives prompt relief For sale by R E Mc Roberts Druggist v 1m STONE The steamer Falls City is expected Sunday L M Crutchfield bought of C W Mitchell six barrels corn at 225 per barrel The mountain men took advantage of the rise in the Kentucky river last week and moved a fine chance of logs down Messrs Sam Murphy Todd Simpson andT Burnermanbroughta raft of lar logs down to the High Bridge week and sold them Mrs N T Grow visited her sister Mrs Wm Moberley last Wednesday Jesse Lemay is able to be out again after several days Jllness Lewis Hussin remains dangerously ill at this writing Mrs James Adams entertained a number of her friends last Tuesday at her home near here Mrs Lizzie Simpson of Buckeye visited her father and mother part of last week J M Saunders visited his aunt Mrs James Blakeman of Pink Saturday and Sunday and attended preaching at Little Hickman Mr Samuel Moffard and family moved in to one Of Mr Cobie Jenkins houses near Bryantsville last week He will raise a crop of tobacco Mr D Le may has returned home from Brod head where he has been having his eyes trkateg DTABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is no but is recommended for Piles only These it will cure Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes FLATWOODS Snnday is meeting day at Good Hope church Mr S Morgan bought twelve hogs of John Tankersley for 33 Mose Gross the sick list at this writing W was in Row land last Friday Jake Clouse is to his fireside on account of be ing kicked by a favorite cow I have always used Foleys Honey and Tar coughmedicine and think it the best in the world says ChasBen der a newsdealer of Erie Pa C C J E Stormes im Lumber mills at Ford and Valley View have started as a result of the log tide in the Kenturky river and a large number of men em ployment Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children le is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough For sale by R E McRoberts lyf 1 our corn Severalof F hand pulpit In Danville visiting C C J E Stormes Ie panacea im ison II Purr confined yen I daughter you ade saddlem C greater po Nf are sr past e Smallpox is Near Us Better Vaccinate We have Fresh Points and Tubes McBoberts Drug Store MT HEBRON Dennie Scott delivered a part of his hemp crop in Lancaster at 8500 per hundred Joseph Simpsonbought from parties in this vicinity at 360 per hundred a sow and pigs from W D Scott 14 Miss A E Scott returned Friday from a visit with Miss Lena Rogers near Lancaster Mrs W D Scott spent Sunday and Sunday night with her sister Mrs Ed Naylor who is very low with consumption Miss Nina Montgomery is visiting friends and relatives at Bryantsville Mr and Mrs Ernest Montgomery are over the arrival of a baby girl named Ruth to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries with in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease allays inflammation causes easy expectora tlon gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Reccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale be C C J E Stormes Good Show All Lust Week The Williams Comedy Co played in this city all last week and to large crowds each night They presented a different program each night even the specialties being different the entire company is unusually strong the work of little Miss Fannie Bob Demorest and Billy Myers was espec folly liked by the audiences and their appearance always brought forth ap plause The dancing of this trio of clever artists was greatly appreciated in Lancaster and they were certainly made to earn their salaries The specialties by the little children were unusually fine and much appreciated Prof Arthur vonDeck who had charge of the music added much to the en joyment of each entertainment He is a bright Mason and made many friends in town Lancaster show lovers will always have a kind feeling for the Williams Comedy Co Bismarks Iron Nerve Was the result of hissplendid health Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy 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 McBoberts drug store 1m Capt W T Harris Republican rep resentative from Madison county who has been ill for several weeks has re covered sufficiently to resume his leg islative duties and is After doctors tried to cure me of pneumonia I used One Minute Cough Cure and three bottles of it cured me It 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 results Cures cough colds and throat and lung troubles It pre vents consumption Children always like it Mothers endorse it F P Frisbie 1m some shoats for rejoicing Does success only but WhJle RE nowatFrankfort is immediate also 1tPay Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural loose ness of the bowels It always cures For sale by R E McRoberts lyr delays are caused with cough and cold cures Foleys Honey and Tar will prevent a cold from resulting in C C J E Stormes 1m NINA There was a peoples party at Mr Jack Laytons Monday night Farming seems to be at a standstill at present and so is the snow and cold which has prevailed since last ThursdayDave Jr left Tuesday for the state of Illinois where he will lo cate for a time not yet known but if his trip is as short as some that 1 could name it will be Very brief W S Philpot Albany Ga says DeWitts Little Early Risers did me more good than any pills lever took The famous little pills for constipation billiousness and liver and bowel F P Frisbie 1m The relatives and friends of O J Moberley began to gather at his house on the 14th which was groundhog day with baskets and boxes and by noon the home was swarming with young and old To the delight of all it was an old fashion birthday dinner in honor of Mr Moberley 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 J E Stormes 1m Rey John M Bruce of Boyle coun ty preached at Freedom last and Sunday to a but earn est congregation He was also called to the pastorate of that little church but as the congregation was small on the day of the call it was decided to let the church affirrii or reject the call at the regular meeting in March or third Saturday at which time the en tire membership is asked to be pres ent Brethren please do not fail to rally to your duty as Christians should and help to raise a nice sum to pay the divine for his services The most of you are well acquainted with him and know him to be worthy of his hire so do not wait for a revival to come to your house of worship but begin now with the beginning of the yearYour writer called to see the little son of Mr T W Lackey Dean who on the 27th day of last month had his left hand blown almost to atoms by the explosion of a shot gun loaded by another small youth some time previous to the accident Drs Kinnaird and Amon were sum moned to set the which was done beyond the expectation of all who saw the mutilated hand as the thumb was blown off all to one leader and a small piyticle of skin and the palm stripped of most all the flesh it was a sight horrible to behold Yet the thumb was replaced near the place it came from but minus the bone from the socket at wrist to mid way the last joint Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and burises For use in such cases SNOW LINI MENT has for many years the constant favorite family remedy Price 25 cis and 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m FATAL byexperi PNEUMONIA young enjoyable made troubles small BradslIa BALLARDS been I S Saturday fragments NOT CERTAIN THE Are On The Run But the people of Garrard County are making vigorous efforts to get first pick at the closingout sale of our Winter Stock Globe Clothing1 Hoqse MILLER HIRSH Successors to J L Erohman Co THAT 10 DANYILLE t KENTUCKYr YJ j BOERS 7 SPEC I AL FOR 30 DAYS Stock Reducing is a feature of this sale and everything in the stock will feel its force especially heavy goods such as OVERCOATS Ladies Wraps c Meat Lard Feathers Eggs and Poultry wanted at highest prices A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE i3 ljJJ1I JIDilH3rrJ i3 m m PREINVENTORY SALE i3 BLANKETS m FE H J nnill Co ra 0 J o iiJ COMFORTS o iE- 3 k IflI- El sL PailltLickJ A A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MC STODRMES DRUG STORE INTERNALand F BALLARD Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Garrard Hotel Lancaster Friday Feb 23 1900 One day only returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted SPRING 1900 Trees Plants Vines Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden The largest stock in Kentucky of Fruit and Ornamen tal trees Grape vines Strawberry plants Asparagus goods ordinarily grown in such an establishment General Nursery and Strawberry catalogues to be had on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky SATURDAY February 24 1900 THE SENSATIONAL DRAMA A story that appeals to the heart of everyone A magnificent Scenic Vididly realistic and humorous The Play that set the Universe talking II in ChinaTown Rhubarband IAllAILJJ UPBRA ilOSE infinitely Night Production SEE The Real Opium Joint The Hitting of the pipe The Pit The Chinese Orchestra The Abduction The Home of the High binders Realistic PRICES 25 35 50 and 75 cents FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE NEW YORK Office over Post Office LANCASTKB KENTUCKY FIRE GOOF Robinson Hamilton AND MA EII1E 9gts PILE CURE ORGANIZED 1883 c OF LAN OASTEB FT ITIZEI NATIONAL BANK Capital 5OGOO Surplus Fund 1OOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttentionGuaranteed HioeiNBOTHAX PresMen LEWIS Y LKAVKLL VIcePresident B F HUDSON Cashier W O KISNET Assistant CD WALKER Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JMHieoiNEOTHAX LEWIS Y LEAVBIJ T3C ABNOLD B F HUDSON R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Representing Folloi inj Companies AetnaQueen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Aetna KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatartificially digests the foodand aids in strengthening and or is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in It in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea all other results of imperfectdigestioo Prepared by E C WIU f F P FrisbIe I M Cash JJWAUKP I 4 Life InsCoDf HartfordJCon reconstructing and acc d r f T T T IO I To Consumers of TobaccoCigars and tobaccos of our specialties The most discriminating smokers find what they want here Look down the following list and see what we have J I i or 1 l J J are one earn I I S 1i I i a t- J La Superba Brunswich Margunte Country Club eo eo 25C rite I5C ISc 2 toY 25C IOC I I liar i SMOKING TOBACCO CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY February 22 1900 AIJOUT people Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford has been Miss Eugenia Bushs guest Miss Sue Sutton of Marksbury is visiting her sister Mrs Ben Hughes Mrs D M Lackey has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Mrs Hackney of Louisville is vis itingher mother Mrs Fox on street Miss Maggie Tomlinson has return ed from a very pleasant visit to Stan ford friends Miss Dove Letcher of Richmond came down yesterday to see her cousin Will Owsley Fred Frisbie has been confined to his bed with a severe cold lIe is re ported better John Baughman is very ill at his home at Hiattsville His friends trust for a speedy recovery Mr W O Owsley is not quite so well today and his friends are con siderably alarmed over him Col J Bradford Jennings who is now a commercial tourist spent sev eral days at home this week A few friends were entertained by Miss Lizzie Brown Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Miller of Irvine Mrs J C Hemphill went to Louis yule yesterday where she will meet her husband returning to Lancaster tomorrow Mrs Zua Sallee Messrs Tom and Homer Baughman and Eugene Pope were here this week to see John Eaugbrnan The Democratic girls of Stanford Female college are getting up a fund to go towards erecting a monument to Wm Goebel Mrs Alex Beazley of Crab Orchard attended the funeral of Geo W Bet tis and has been vititing her son Dr W S Beazley Miss Kennedy of Lexington is ex pected this week to spend a few days with her sister Mrs Banks Hudson at the Garrard Hotel Col Jim Maret the telephone king was in townthe other day and when returned home wrote us up as playing a trick on him lIe did it himself and we can prove it by Capt White The Social and Industrial Club will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Miss Katie Simpson Mrs Louis Lan dram has boen elected president The work is beautiful and well done Many new members have been enrolled Mr Ike N Arnold in remitting for another years subscription to THE RECORD says I cannot do without the Lancaster paper Its like a letter to me and beside it gives meso much pleasure to thus help along an old schoolmate and playmate Success to THE RECORD and its editor The ladies have formed a state or ganization foi the of raising funds toward erecting a monument over the late Wm Goebel Mrs Geo T Farris was selected as chairman for this county and will begin the work here in a few lays She was in Louis ville all last week with her husband and the meeting of those at r 1 Danville H purpose attendad 1 oopoooo004000oooooaoooaooooooot 00000o000Q 0000000000300000000x0 V r t c I i s i WE HAVE IT Brunswich Margurite Cortiz v General Gordon Frisbies Special I to I 0 hoc 5c roc toc Cornet Mixture Yale Mixture Old English Cure Cut Red Mexican Yellow Rose Morgland Club Dukes Cameo Old Poduka Durham and DaggerDukesMixture the head of the movement Mr TVnrBettis and wife of Sun man Ind attended the funeral of his father here last week Mr Bettus is telegraph operator at that place and holds a responsible job He is a good man and has always held a wellpay ing job since beginning railroad work He married an Indiana lady who is quite attractive and handsome They returned to Sunman Sunday A Germantown Pa has an unlucky room No one can enter it without walking under a small lad der The mirror is cracked and pea cock feathers are strewn about in pro fusion Directly over the girls bed is suspended an umbrella which is never closed There are thirteen articles of furniture in the room and on the walls are hung thirteen pictures The girl wears no jewelry except opals and will only have her room cleaned on Fridays In renewing his subscription Rev T II Campbell writes from his home inUockville Md that he and family are in the best of health and are along nicely The Lord and my kind people he says are very good to us We have additions from time to time to our church the have kept up well during the winter Electric cars run from to this place and are a great convenience Remember us kindly to all WELL PRESERVED girlin getting our friends congregations Washington Young Fritz Grand March Portuondo Iji Braunta Yankee Split 5C I5c 5c I 5C 5c Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C Fresh homemade bread every day Fresh cakes of every description Meals served at all hours Oysters in any style Leave your orders for re ception refreshments R ZIMMER Smith Currey Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Oflice at R II Batsons dry goods store tf Town Lots In Bryantnvllle for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville Tor particulars tf IAS HILLS IlllIeiimeycK Nurserlers This old and always reliable Nursery places its spring announcement in this issue of TIlE REconD Those want ing anything in their line should send for catalogue and price list It is a reliable firm and you can depend upon getting the very best at the most reasonable prices Write them for catalogue DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is for piles injuries and skin diseases It is the orginal Witch Hazel Salve Beware of all counterfeits F P Frisbie 1m Prohibition Speaking THE RECORD is requ ted to publish the following Mr W M Likins of Owensboro proposes to some to this county sometime soon and give at least six or seven free speeches on pro hibition of the legalized liquor traf fic provided the friends of the cause will indicate their consent and lend a helping hand in the way of making appoiutments and securing churches or other suitable places for the meet ing Mr Likins is the editor of the Kentucky Indicator a prohibition weekly newspaper published at Ow ensboro and is said to be an energetic and live young man and doubtless our prohibition friends would do well to make the appointments for him Itis a cause that should enlist the inter est and support of every one who has at heart the good and welfare of hu manity All who are in any way in the matter or who feel friendly toward it are requested to meet at the Police Judges office on Monday February 2Gth County Court day at 2 oclock p m A Night In Chinatown Manager Fissinger has selected for his attraction for Saturday the reign ing New York success A Night in Chinatown This production had an uninterrupted run of 200 nights on and comprises a company of artists of merit One of the principal scenes is that of Ling Foo Chings Opium Joint showing societys elite to the venacular hitting the pipe The police arrive to make arrests when the joint is immediately turned into a Salvation prayer meeting It was this very scene that created such a furor in the Metropolis During the action of the play travestiesare given on all besides a number of clever specialties Special scenery gorgeous costumes prevail Opera House Saturday Feb 24 Admission lower floor 50cts children 25cts seats 75cts Balcony 35cts No Eight to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be 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 ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys to pur ify the blood It glues strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good looking charming woman of a run down invalid Only 50 cents at H E Drug Store 1m r 0 ODDD delinquents Danville unequalled interested Broadway theseccesses reserved I attractive Roberts toMooooeooooo0000000000 0 E hOCRh o0ooooorooo000000 IS use and D1 i e Sealed Havana Sovona Master f Fortune Teller La Rosa eo eo5c 5c 5c 5C 5C Chewing Tobacco a A Night III Chinatown And now comes the cl theatricals ANight in Chinatown at the Opera House Saturday Feb 24 The sensation of the hour that set all New York city talking Probably the Opium Joint showing his fashionable patrons in the act of hitting the pipe a scene true to life as seen in the Chinese quarters of New York City The acting company is a superb one and far above the average Many novelties are introduced during the action of the piece by clever pretty girls etc Special scenery is carried by the company and the costumes are said to be marvels of Opera House Saturday Feb 24 Admission lower floor 50cts 25cts reserved seats 7 cts Balcony 35cts Are you restless at night and by a bad cough Use COUS SENS HONEY OF TAR it will you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure 25 cents and 50 cents C C J E 1m Resolutions Preachersville Ky Feb 10 1900 At a stated meeting of Derrick Warner Lodge No 561 F A M held February 3 1900 the following resolutions were adopted Whereas our Supreme Grand in his infinite wisdom has seen tit to call from labor to refreshment our belove brother Jno F Stigall who died at his home near here 16 1900 in the 58th year of his age therefore be it Resolved that in his death Masonry has lost a valuable friend and and the community at large a worthy example of benevolence in dustry and charity and the Baptist church a worthy member Resolved That we extend our sympathy to the bereaved and children of our departed brother and pray God to cast about them the arms of protecting time of affliction and sorrow Resolved That these resolutions be spread at large upon the records of this lodge and a copy of same be to the companion and children of our deceased brother a copy be sent to the Masonic Home Journal and the CENTRAL RECORD for publication Signed J F Holtzclaw II G Cum mins J B Corum committee W H Miller secty Children who are troubled 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 nose WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will kill and expel these parasites Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes Feed for Sale Such as corn on the ear crushed corn and cob meal Baled hay cut fodder straw and hay for making chop feed Also he Blue Gem and Jellico coals obtainable Give part of your trade at least which will be appreciated S T Leaven Son 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 and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Greasy Heel etc It is sold on written guarantee and money re funded if not represented For sale by R E McRoberts Lancaster We Are Now Ready We are now in our new shop in the Garrard Hotel and are thoroughly equiped with new furniture sharp clean towels and years of to wait upon the trade Call on us for a smooth shave a stylish haircut or shampoop We appreciate your trade and will endeavor to please you HENRY DUNCAN tf Valentine Party The Valentine party given to the children of the Methodist Sunday School at the home of Mrs DrWalt ers was in every way a success If the weather had been pleasant the house not have held the chill dren as it was quite a number were present Miss Fannie Shugara acted in most realistic scene is Ling Foo Chings comedians beauty children harassed secure Master January support deepest companion support- in presented i best us- a Enlargement as razors f Price C R i experience would R u e La Africana Principe Alfonso Havana Sunder f Yours Boquet Josephine 5C I 5C 5C 5c La 5C U YU as postmistress delivering a to each child as it called for its mail at the tentlike post ollice Miss Jennie Lackey in her modest way displayed a fine line of pictures in the Art Gallery such as Moth er Earth Put Away for Rainy Day c c It afforded much fun for the children Then Mrs Walter suggested we have a winter picnic The little were all loud with their nierri ment we soon secured tablecloth spread it in the middle of the floor we all sat around the cloth pretty soon there were lots of cakes and ice cream for every one When this was carried out we adjourned to the parlor where the huge old logs crackled in the colonial fire place warming and thrilling the nerves in their little breasts There they play ed games to their hearts content The popping of corn in the ashes Soon stopped their merriment A child will leave most any play when the corn begins to pop The hours from one til five soon passed away and ev ery one left the house rejoicing to be a member of the Methodist Sunday School RED CIRCLEPILL SPACE SWEET SIXTEEN 16 Is just the blossoming of wc manhood A woman with a torpid liver can grow older but she cant blossom Red Circle arouse the liver and nature does the rest now TO EAT CELERY 17 Is a good item for a book on table etiquatte but how to tape it for medicine is nonsensical Celery is not a medicine No more is sarsap arlllanor cauliflower The Red Circle Pills are not tit to eat but as a medicine they excel Take one every night and nature will do the rest FOR A ONE CENT STAMP 18 Well send you three Red Circle Pills for your liver Take one tonight and another tomorrow night and its dollars to doughnuts well sell you a box with two dozen for a quarter- A MAN CAN MAKE GOLD 19 Just as easy as he can make iron like that which the liver makes for the blood It isnt wrought iron nor cast iron nor iron dissolved in hydro chloric acid The liver and nothing but the liver can make it If your blood hasnt enough iron in it youll never be able to put enough there no matter how much iron tonic you swal low Take Red Circle Pills to arouse the liver and nature will do the rest A CHEMIST CANT MARE BLOOD 20 can he make a single con stituent of it but nature can She makes it with a machine called the liver The best fuel for the liver is the Red Circle Pill Sold at Stormes NEW TIN SHOP I have opened in con nection with Robin sons hardware store a FiistClass Tin Uij and am prepared to do very best of ROOFING GUTTERING and REPAIRING Wm Mattingly an expert hand is in charge We guarantee Satisfaction Low Prices JJ Collier people suggestion Tills lettuce nor Not drug store I f valentine else j County Sub Sofo Pranchill Club Manilla Crook Coona Ponies Virginia Cheroots White Flyer 2 for 5 2 for 10 for roe eo 5C J 5C 3 for rat i 5c Kate Gravely R J R Scnapps Plaudit Mica Star Special Quincy Natural Leaf Twist and Senet Twist s r t l New Hotel Bldg F Iv I S B 1 E Lancaster Ky I F P r 1Yw Evidence of the practice of among the ancient Egyptians is con stantly brought to light But their methods were faulty and the patient probably suffered torture CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK done here duplicates nature and will outlast the ordinary work of the by dozens of years Our prices are lower than thequality of the work demands The finest materials are used with utmost care Amalgan tilling 75c Gojd fillings All work done by expert in a scientific manner DR V H HOBSON Office in the Hobson Building next door to the Government Building Richmond Ky The Kentucky Senate by unanimous vote decided the contest of Simmons Dem against Huntsman Rep in favor of the Mr Simmons had a poor case in the judgment of the Democratic members v 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 Birns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cureon earth Drives out Pains and Aches a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Mc Roberts Druggist 6 1m 0 contestee Only 25 cts DEN ISTRY dent st When you need something GOOD something FRESH and TEMPTING no use f 4 to look all over town just call to see US we have it We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES n Lancaster Our Motto High Class Goods Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment T PULLER SYMPSONJ Lx s jj J u f 1 WE INVITE OUK FRIENDS k TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME Toilet Articles and Booksinrffimrrair TrroirraYTrjn DRUGGISTS 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DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jaa Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnalrd EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the yonn man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded FLOORING CEILING Burton 4X f4tr LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON I KY Ve our l OnE CHANGE or CINcniAn TO FIICISCO 4 DAYS Rout ln W 805On 6aiu ton and all Texas and Southwestern Points are easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or over the OUttlt and ONLY CAnS SAN CY Orleans Shreveport trscntW C Kiresnoa 0 P A- cfcdsau From Cincinnati and the North Miles Shorter than Other Line Cincinnati to New OrleansVestibuled Limed Trains Through Pullmans Hour Schedules Only One Cars Vicksburg Houston Dallas Antonio etc THE BEST UNE TO CHATTANOOGA BIRUINGHAU NEW ORLEAns IS THE QUEEN AMO CRESCENT ROUTE 1f1 L T vI f NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CURED Age does not S S a Great Blessing to feebleness and ill health and i nearly all of the sickness older can he avoided MoSt elderly but is wholly unnecessary keep their blood can themselves New Blood and Life to escape three fourths of the ailments from which they suffer so generally S S S the remedy which will keep their systems by the blood thoroughly removing waste accumulations and new strength and life to the whole body It the appetite up the energies and sends new life throughout the entire system Mrs Sarah Pike Broadway Boston writes I am seventy years old and had not enjoyed good health for twenty years I was sick in ways and addition had Eczema terribly on one of my legs The doctor said that on account of my age I would never be well I took a dozen bottles of S and it cured me completely and I am happy to say that I feel as as I ever my Mr J W of Colquitt Ga says tortures a fiery eruption on almost every known remedy but they and I was that age which me and I could never hope I took S SS and it cleansed Jfi thoroughly and now I am in perfect health S S S FOR THE BLOOD jf people the 0 from mercury and other damaging from roots and herbs and has no chemicals whatever cures the worst cases of Scrofula Cancer Eczema Rheumatism Tetter Open Sores Chronic Ulcers Boils or any other disease the blood Books on diseases will be sent free by Swift Specific Co AtlaDta Ga s Is Old People It Gives Them people are very susceptible to dlneaa ing SO as is imparting increases U in For eight een years I suffered J tried failed ono by one is sixtysix was against to be my blood is the only remedy which can build up and strengthen- old it is one which is free potash arsenic mineraL It is in it S S S of U I I I skin W B Jarvis has a blooded cow that is a good milker fresh and also a tine bull calf by her side for sale Box 05 Bryantsville li a beautiful farm of 100 acres well impnved to sell at a reduced price Any one Dish ing to buy a nice home well located would do well to address Box G5 or Robert L Arnold Manse Ky Terms easy tf Stock should not only be housed in bad weather but bedded as well Tarred paper Rot only adds to the warmth of the poultry house when used for lining but is also a great help in driving away vermin It can be whitewashed whenever desired and as it is cheap can often be used to a good advantageThe belonging to the estate of the late Robt Bonner were sold in New York this week All were sold except the famous Maud S 208 pro vision being made in the will for keep ing her in comfort for the rest of her days She is now twentysix years old and can trot a mile in 240 or better Her record was made to a high wheel sulkyA poultry buyer of this State bas compiled what he claims areaccu rate figures as to the amount of tur keys shipped to market in Kentucky during the Thanksgiving and holiday season of 1869 According these tig ures the amount was 2131190 pounds and the money received from them was 825542340 And yet some people speak of the poultry business as a thing too small for a man to en gage in James Vanarsdale the liverymen bought 250 barrels of corn of different parties last week at 215 and 225 per barrel Harrodsburg Democrat New York papers report that Riley Grannan the lost his for tune and is 60000 in debt to New York friends and pool rooms He has gone to England where he hopes to recover his health and his fortune M Bartlett sold his hemp crop of about 75200 lbs to Geo Cogar of Dan ville at 450 Allen Edelin shipped a pair of fine Jersey heifers to H H James of Messenger W W Thompson of Bourbon sold to Jos Hambrick of Fleming eigh teen mules at 35 to 45 per head The mules were weanlings and in November at from 11 to 17 per headThe cold wave extends so far South that damage to fruit and truck farms is reported around Huston Texas Scientific agriculture is making greater progress in Chile perhaps than in any other country except the United Statesespecially in rural econ omy arboriculture and viticulture In the recent discussion as to the merits respectively and relatively of white and brown bread there appears to be a weighty leaning on the part of professionals in favor of the They are firm in their belief after having made elaborate investi gations that white bread is more than the brown variety Sit Lire Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a deliverence from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis covery One bottle gave great relief I continued to use it and now am wen and strong I cantsay too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trout le Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at IL E McRoberts Drug Store every bottle guaranteed little plunger 1as DetroitBurgin were bought former t or l h A nutritious wonderful 4 rn Young lambs are making their and are doing well Danville T D English reports 150 cattle on the market but a small crowd and rather dull court He sold 18 good yearling heifers at 29 37 long yearling steers 3325 17 com mon long yearling heifers 20 14 long yearling steers 2250 12 common steer calves 1855 Mules dull 50 to 100 Advocate An Editors Life Saved by Chamberlains During the early part of October 1896 1 contracted a bad cold which settled on my lungs and was unftl I feared that consumption had appeared in an incipinent state I was constantly coughing and trying to expell something which Icould not I became alarmed and aftergiving the local doctor a trial bought a bottle of 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 R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Found at JTIarcellus On the first evening of January 1900 the best Harrow on the market for 1200 Ask 0 T Wallace Joel Walk er George B Robinson J S Johnson T Y Hudson C M Jenkins Nixon kins F B Kemper M F Rout Wood Clate A mold L C Elder I M Dunn James Hills Eugene Berkele T E 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 the spindles just as they do when new for 50 cents for each spindle C K POJXDEXTEU In a suit filed in the Federal Court at Chattanooga by the Hanover Bank of New York the of the national bankruptcy law is attacked The report of the Committee on of Foreign Commerce in favor of the Hupburn bill for the of the Nicaragua canal has been submitted to the House The reports is a strong argument in favor of the canal the project being declared practicable It is believed from estimates made that the revenues will readily payfixed charges and leave a surplus I think I would go crazy with pain where it not for 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 by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Authorities of Estill county have es tablished a shotgun quarantine against the villages of Waco College Hill and Bybeetown in Madison county where smallpox has broken out Tarantulas are being used in for the sake of their webs the filaments of which are made into thread for balloons They are lighter silk and when woven lighter than canvas Each tarantula yields from twenty to forty yards of filament of which together from a single thread 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 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 whoopingcough it liquefies the touch mucus easier to expectorate and lessens the severity and frequency of the paroxysms ot coughing thus depriving that disease of all dangerous consequences sale by REMcRoberts druggist 1 r CourtCapt common Cough neglected National constitutionality Interstate construction entirely Australia eighttwisted children makijg it r appearance lcnetiy Pert For j 1 3 I Congressman Gilbert introduced his appropriating 75 000 for a Government building at Lawrenceburg Ky The trustees of the Order of Rail way Conductors which has two divis ions in Louisville have agreed to an industrial training school on Lookout Mountain The Lookout Inn will be utilized for the purpose About 500000 will be invested The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce has agreed to help the school 10 per cent on the amount tile conductors invest The school will be mainly for the children of members of the order Former Circuit Judge R A Buck ner Lexington died of pneumonia aged eightyseven London is uneasy over the that Russia has advanced a strong force to within striking distance of Heart In spite of denials the report is believed to be true A bill was introduced in the house to raise the rank of the AdjutantGen eral of the army to Major General and to provide chaplain for each reg imentThe grand jury after full investiga troll of the charge brought by John H Whallen against Senator S B Ifarrel of obtaining money by false pretenses has dropped the case The Kentucky delegation in the House with the exception of Fitz patric Smith Gayle and Gilbert who were absent and paired voted to the appropriation for the Civil Service Commission Frank Folger bought of Frank Montgomery 5 shoats at 3 per head Faults o digestion cause disorders of the liver and the whole system deranged 1IERBINE perfects the process of digestion and assimila and 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ATLANTA GA HOUSEHOLD INFORMATION Some Suggestions Which May of Use to the Uniy House keeper Smoke stains removed by soaking the ivory in naphtha yellow stains by rubbing with powdered pumicestone and soapsuds If the article is such as can be put under glass wet it with soap suds and putit in the sun under a glass globe frequently An other method is fo soak it in a dilute sulphuric acid bath or in a soda bath using ten ounces of soda to three pints waterBelts shoes gloves etc of white kid may be cleaned in the following manner Mix together equal quanti ties of finely powdered alum and pipe clay earth Dip a piece of flannel dry and rub the soiled kid with it When thoroughly cleaned brush with a piece of clean flannel and then rub the kid with bran to remove all the earth and alum Wipe with soft clean cloth Cut a pound of mutton suet into fine shreds and put it in a stone or earthen bowl Place the bowl in a pan of hot water on the range stirring frequently until there is enough of the melted tallow to fill a halfpint cup Turn this tallow into a bowl and as it begins to thicken beat into it half a teaspoonful of carbolic acid This is excellent for chapped hands and is also good to rub on the feet when they are tired or when one has chilblains For light furs mix together a pint of flour a pint of bran and a of fullers earth Brush and shake the furs then lay them on a table and rub with the above mixture using a coarse piece of flannel and rubbing the wrong way of the fur Shake out all the cleaning material and go over the fur again in the same way using only bran this time Shake out the bran and wipe the fur with cheesecloth Dark furs are cleaned in the same way save that hot bran alone is used Heat the bran in a double boiler or it may be heated in the oven There are two causes of greasy lamps The oil expands in a warm room and if too much oil has been put into the lamp naturally a little will leak out The other and more common cause of oil on the outside of the lamp is that the wick is kept too high when the lamp is not lighted The wick draws the oil to the surface When the lamp is burning the oil is consumed but when it burning the oil at the top of the burner if the wick is not turned low When filling lamps do not fill to the top and keep the wicks low Feathers may sometimes be deodor ized by exposing them to a high tem perature This is accomplished by steaming them as is done at some cleaning establishments or by bak ing them in the oven or by exposing them to the heat of the sun At times all these methods fail The following method is always sure to be satisfac tory Put the feathers in a large bag of white mosquito netting and soak them for two hours in chloride of lime water then rinse in several waters and dry in the open air The feathers must be put loosely in the bag and the bag shaken frequently while they are dry ing Allow half a pound of chloride of lime to eight pailfuls of water and be sure that all the lime is dissolved Ladies Home Journal SHE WAS THOUGHTFUL Saved Her Hasliantl the Trouble of Youve all read lots of jokes about the woman who gets up in the dead of the night to rifle her husbands pock ets said a man to an Inquirer They usually confine them selves to the purloining of what small change happens to be there But heres a case I know of of a woman ia West Philadelphia who showed much more enterprise than that and who I think deserves the palm It happened the other night The womans husband is a traveling man and is now home for a couple of months He was out the other night and as he did not get in until between two and three oclock in the morn ing he was pretty sleepy and his slum ber was resultantly heavy His wife happened to be out of change at the time and she thought of the old way of getting it She got up quietly and proceeded to go through the suit which her husband had just taken off There was not a cent of change to be found and she saw with dismay that the smallest thing was a ten dollar bill She hadnt nerve enough to take that and she was rather in despair for a moment Then she came upon a little bundle of tickets bound with an elastic Her face brightened up awl she put the package in her jewel box The next morning the clerk at thjj redemption office of one of the paid out 332 for some seven unusued return coupons and the wom an went briskly off to spend her ill gotten gains And when she told a friend and the friend suggested that her husband wouldnt bless her when he wanted the tickets she answertf very injured tone Why think of the trouble I saved him In going way down to that horrid office myself Philadelphia Inquirer I will the cash for hemp delivered at the de Lancaster or at my home at D JI JI JI soothing c fC JI Prove are it olers e tablespoonful isnot accumulates Hallway Tlcketa reporter railroads inn P In R M WEST c oil t t t n the Cashing Unused just IIE1YIP WANTED T a I AM 88 YEARS OLD and never used any rem edy to Dr Bells PineTarHoney gives quick and permanent as as coughs and weak lungs Mrs M A Paducah Ky AT MCROBERTS REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAl BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEB RESOURCES 90Overdrafts 00Stocksfixtures 11000 00 Othfr real estate and mortgages own ed 7113 12 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents 2242 C Due from approved reserve agents 6350 KereiiUc 50 Checks and other cash items 2100 Notes of other National Banks 3 OH Oil Fractional paper curreucyuickelscts 35J 67 pecie 1007300 Legaltender notes 70 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer 5j of circulation 2rjl Total Or S01 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 50000 00 10000 00 Undivided expenses and J392 60 00OneDue to State Banks and Bankers 2U70 SS Individual deposits subject to check 17Si77 47 Certified checks yy 65 Total 303501 I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the ubove statement is true to best of my knowledge and belief Cashier Public Commission expires January 10th 1901 CORRECT Attest W H KINNAIRD l i REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Dank OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEB 13 1900 RESOURCES Loans had discounts f107352 1 unsecured 2307 61 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 Premiums on Bonds 200000 Stocks securities etc 3255 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 8500 00 real estate and mortgages owned n 120000 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents 10071 CS Due from approved reserve agents 3rJ9ft 18 Checks 2 2 29 Note of other national banks r 440 00 Fractional paper currency uickles and cents CO 03 11547 00 Legaltender notes 2507 00 11114 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 1125 00 TOTAL 210211 5t LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In Undivided less expenses and 170S4G National outstanding 22500 00 Due to other Due to State Banks and Bankers 15V 15 Individual deposits subject to check 122 693 Tax Fund 224 17 TOTAL 1210211 M STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD ss I B F Hudson Cashierof the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment Is to the best of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19 day of Feb 1900 8 C DENNY Notary Public CORRECT J M HlGdlNBOTHAJT LEWIS Y LEAVELL Directors J J WALKER 0 B SWI1BROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL HSRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned onFrst Estate AGENT FOR New York Life las Co OFTJIE 131900 furniture and 7 81 6 00 177300 00 67 Irofitsless taxes iadd KENTUCKY COUNTY or Gianutoss S C 20dayDirectorsALEX I- oF TilE Overdrafts Jecured and U S 50000 00 10000 00 rofits b tri t I fill 09 6 tru ttcst Class L c v B S urpus fund 67- ITATCOF I Real I J Ring out the old Ring in the new Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS pne Tar Honey Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a PLEASANT PERMANENT POSITIVE CURE for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and 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