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W I IJ I Is YEAR Entered at the Office in Lancaster Ky cut Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDS AM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 7 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tutrulELTENTH NUMB R 16Post r Buy your Plows Plow Gear Wagon Ereechiag From us and save Blind Bridles which are going at great bargains The best and most complete line HARNESS and SA1LEBY We have ever had and our prices will please you J R HASELDEM J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors Doi DOooo ICCO f moneys ewooooe eooar Colt Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty- ull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward Life MMM feANCAST6R AND VICINITy 1 1 11111111 1IlIll H II 01 There was a small boy of Quebec Who was burled In snow to his neck When they sald0Are you friz He replied Yes I is But we dont call this cold In Qu I Fresh oysters at T Currys Elsewhere will be found the report of the condition of the city Read it If its bargains after dont fail to see Zarings flour the best made try it and be convinced Patterson Symp Currey sells good cbeap as you pay for inferior other places Monday was pension day and the old Vets kept Clerk Duncans office crowded Give us a call when in need of gro ceries we have a full line Patterson Sympson For rent a nice office of two rooms on Lexington street For terms ap ply to Mrs Dr ONeal No ice has yet been put up in this locality and those owning housesare beginning to get restless Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Curry Withers of Stanford is not only only prepared to furnish you goods jn wagonload lots but in carload lots Seventyfive new patterns in 8day strike at special low r thirty days Thompson the Jeweler There will be work at the K P lodge tomorrow Friday night All brothers are requested to be on hand If the local doctors were as busy all the time as they have been of late they could soon retire from the prac You cannot make one or two dollars easier than to go to W J Ro mans for a set of buggy or surrey har nessA large bus and a closed carriage now meet day and night trains This is a convenience sure We hope it will be kept up c y are Joseph son t good at I tice I goods as i ti clocks v save On March First 1 Is Our Time For Taking Stock 1 We want to close our stock down as low as pos Bible In order that we may have as few goods as possible to invoice we will make SPECIAL LOW PRICES on all classes of merchandise In many instances will sell for less than cost Dont miss this opportunity to pick up some of these Great Bargains GOc Bed Comforts at 85c Bed Comforts at 125 Bed Comforts at 175 Bed Comforts at 225 Bed Comforts at 600 Fine Wool Blankets at 500 Fine Wool Blankets at 400 Fine Wool Blankets at Mens Heavy Boots and Shoes will be sold for LESS THAN COST Mens and Boys Suits Overcoats arid Underwear will be included in this sale Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes will be sold at Great Bargins in this Sale Those who hold bur premium tickets and want chances on the money to be given away should bring them in and get their names in the cam The Logan Dry Goods Co i Jl11 38c 59c 83c L19 150 I 398 2911 250 l rC JIt dii 0 0 Q Q 00 0 0 i e f A a- r 5 r Squire A Noel was nominated at the republican convention at Mc Creary to make the race for magis trate in that district Store Room For Rent Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at THE RECORD office tf The Blue Grass Grocery Store is headquarters for all kinds of Grass Seed and Seed Oats at lowest prices Finest corn at 5c per can J A Beazley the furniture man and undertaker had a fine Jersey cow to die this week She was a valuable an imal and the loss is pretty heavy When in forget to take a sack of our flour home with you All grocers sell it and thousands are us ing it Miner Son I want your butter and eggs dressed fowls for which will highest price in cash or groceries Midwinter bargains on our counters and shelves The people know we have what we advertise No fake sales at our J Joseph Sixty acres of four miles from Lancaster Dwelling and out houses Well watered Apply to Will Hill Good Coal I have plenty of firstclass coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order F B Kemper W W W Do not Wait Watch and Wonder but come to Stanford and get more goods for your money than can get elsewhere W W Withers The largest and best selections in furniture s rugs wall paper oil cloths win dow shades c can at Stanford The 10month old infant of Mr A H Bastin the telephone proprietor died yesterday at noon The remains will be taken to Crab Orchard this morn ing for burial Special Sunday Meals The new Garrard Hotel makes a specialty of Sunday dinners and sup pers All delicacies of the season pre pared in excellent manner To My Friends I wish to thank my friends for the great kindness and loving deeds shown to me and my family during our re cent bereavement Wm Royston House For Rent 4room house at Camp Dick Robin son known as the toll house Good garden and outbuildings 127tf Banks Hudson We are now very busy making a number of new buggies for the Spring trade and the best material money can buy is going in them If you want the best buggy in central we have it W J Please remember the new grocery store near Marksburys Hemphouse where you can get big value for your money Our goods are all new and fresh and the very best quality Robert Underwood Just Received One car of Cypress Shingles We bought these shingles at a bargain and can sell them at 325 per thousand our regular price being 350 J S Miner Son Public Renting of Grass Land I will rent publicly to the highest bidder at Bryantsville Saturday af ternoon Feb 16th about 350 acres of good grass land located near Bryants ville Hallie B Sweeney Bryantsville 17tf Farmers who have not already se cured one of our Hancock disc plows should call and get one on trial or see it work Its an eyeopener time and laborsaver a moneymaker Sold by Gaines Bros Narrow Escape From Burning While standing before an open grate Friday the clothing of Miss Ella Leavell caught fire The flames had almost reached her face when ex tinguisbed She escaped with only slight burns on her hands Death At Uammack Mrs Celia Newland wife of Mr Jake Newland died at her home near Flatwood Saturday Her husbands death was reported in last issue of RECORD This is the fourth death in that immediate family with in the past six months Mr Perkins Some Better His many friends will be deligbted to learn that Mr Nick Perkins is better today He was stricken by grippe last week which resulted in pneumonia and a complication of diseases For a few days it was ttoujht he would not towndont I alto all For y carpets atti ptc r frames b seen Kentucky Notice TilE mu h recover lfi rey of store Sale land one hi Withers Romans A f T J L Patterson Sympson have just re ceived a nice assortment of Ladies and Children Shoes up to date Shoes at correct prices Business For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell my en tire stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost Any one wishing a good bargain can secure one here Becker tf Bryantsville Ed minors Condition Several times during the past week all hopes of Ed Minors recovery were abandoned but he has rallied and the physicians now think he has a chance to get well He is still at the Gar rard Hotel where everything possible is being done for him He is a man of strong will power which is proving a great help to him To Take a Rest Dr J L McKee has gone to Ox ford Ohio to spend a few weeks with his daughter Miss Leila who is presi dent of the large female college at that point During his absence his pulpit will be filled by able ministers from the Theological Seminary at Danville He will re turn and resume his work the first Sunday in March He announced Sunday that he would begin a series of meetings here on March 17 Danville Property fur Sale I offer for sale my residence on East Main street in Danville The house is practically new Is in firstclass re repair and one of the most attractive and convenient in town It has all modern improvements and is in a lo cality rapidly becoming one of the most popular in the city Desiring to sell at once I offer the place at a bar gain and on easy terms Call at once and inspect thepremises H Giovaunoli Few Applications Mayor Kinnaird tells us he has had fewer applications for charity this winter than any cold spell during his term of office Those people who us ually beg have become wellknown and as they are questioned pretty closely they hardly have the face now to ask for aid The county court has helped a few cases but it is noth ing so bad as in former years The mild winter has had a great deal to do with it Houses Numbered Numbers have been placed on near ly all the houses in town This is a convenience in telling people to go and saves much Some people did not take the numbers as one fellow said Theres too many people find their way to my house now but they are like the telephones and electric lights the people will finally catch step with the procession and get the numbers Addresses Students The Louisville Times says ExGov W O Bradley who has been a patient for some days in the infirmary of the Kentucky School of Medicine an address Friday evening to the students of the institution The gathering was in the dissecting room and the exGovernor accepted the in vitation to address the young doctors He told ot his idea of a successful physician The students were great ly pleased with the address and gave Mr Bradley a vote of thanks A Garrard County Woman It has developed that Mrs Nation who has attracted attention all over the country by demolishing saloons is a Garrard county lady and is related to one of our most prominent families Her maiden name was Moore and she resided in the Bryantsville Mrs Nations method of doing away with the liquor traffic is to en ter a saloon and proceed to demolish the contents with a hatchet She has created much excitement among the rum sellers of Kansas A Hustling Firm The Logan Dry Goods Co gaveTHE RECORD office an order this week re quiring twenty thousand Impressions This firm believes in a liberal use of printers ink and by its free use and honest dealing has one of the best trades in Kentucky point about them is they never send away from home for a pennys worth of anything that they can get in Lan caster They hustle for the town by patronizing the towns enterprises Accident to Doctor The other night Dr J B Kinnaird was telling the RECORD that in all his practice he had on ly met with two accidents with his horses and these were trivial The next day while visiting a patient out on the Crab Orchard pike his horse became frightened ran away broke the buggy to pieces bruised up the medicine man and scattered pills and squibs along the pike for a mile or more It was a narrow escape and the many friends of the clever physi cian are glad to know that he serious injury r where Anothergood describing delivered neighborhood representative escaped ki- T L Sour Grapes Garrard county people are tickled to death because it has been found out that Mrs Nation the saloon smasher was born near Bryantsville thatcoun ty Garrard has many products fam ous in one way or the JournalNo were not quite at deaths door over the matter Gar rard has brought forth so many peo ple of prominence that she is quite used to such things But let Stanford show up somthing out of the ordinary and all Kildeedom would clutter a merry teehee til they loosened every tooth in their heads MARDI GRAS New Orleans and Mobile Feb 14 to 19 1901 Tickets on sale at all ticket offices of the Queen Crescent Route one one fare for the round trip February 12th to 18th good to return till Mch 7th Pullman Palace Drawing Room Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to New Or leans and Chattanooga to Mobile Finest trains in the South are run via the Q C Write any of the Q C ticket agents for information or ad dress W C Rinearson Gen Passger Agt Cincinnati O Harry Full of Hot Air The Danville papers speak of a fel low giving exhibitions of liquid air in that city Judging from the fol lowing taken from the Advocate the machine also makes great quantities of hot air and Harry Giovannoli had just been pumped full when he penned these lines Louis Landram says that as soon as it is settled that Garrard county is to get the Southern Railway extended he will convert his paper the REC ORD into a semiweekly While we all believe that the only wayto im prove the RECORD is to issue it we regret that such a blessing is be postponed to so remote a period The most that can be hoped for in this particular is that Louis will prom ise to move the RECORD to Danville after this road traverses Boyle county and help us to hold down the new and spreading Danville Down this way we are just as fond of Garrard folks as we are of Lincoln people some of the best specimens of both breeds so come along Louis and bring the old Cap Bob and Dawse with John Farra and Bob Kinnaird as the two latter seem determined to live on the new rail road whether or no otherStanford to having youalso II oftener Feeds Us Taffy Joe Waters has seen fit to say a good word for THE RECORD which we are proud enough to work off on our readers Hear him Louis Landram has been a good and strong puller for the railroad and if Lancaster dont get it twont be his fault He is an allround smooth a good housekeeper too and has his printing office in fine clean as a parlor and arranged handily so as to necessitate as little walking as possible He works early and late and if he dont have enough money in a few years to buy Carnegies steel plants for 200000000 it will not be because he dont try to get there Railroad Building In Kentucky Somerset Journal Kentucky ought never to enjoy the advantages of an other mile of railroad built over her soil until her people representing interests are willing to recognize the fact that the cooperation of the rail roads on liberal and practical lines is primarily necessary to any material development of resources Pulaski county people engaged in farming or other industrial interests ought not to be the last people of the State to open their eyes to the worthlessness of those leaders whose principal stock in trade is misrepresentation of un dertakings which work for the up building of the State It is the mag ic touch of new railroads across imperial boundary that will disturb the log cabin in the woods and the sassafras bush in the fields bring new markets to the farmer new customers to the merchants new pupils to the schools new members to the chu relit s and benefit all Those of us who are hunkering on a hillside and lazily discussing the merits or demerits of a neighbors coon dog or guessing at the age of somebodys cow would have a fit if we were capable of foreseeing the upon the country of a railroad from Somerset up Sugartree Hollow down Bear Creek to Cumberland and on through the forests and coal fields oil valleys and iron beds that cover the mountain sides peep out from the shades of every cliff and flow in streams at the foot of every hill We wonder why if the railroad have got the money they dont spend it in constructing roads into the wilds of Kentucky where untold wealth awaits a means of ready mar ket and yet yield approval of hos tile and unjust of unfriendly attitudes of legislatures and courts and help to bringabout a state of pub lic sentiment inimicable to the only people who arc able to furnish the needed aid to advance the material prosperity of the State citizen shapeas all I effect I I our people THE RAILROAD Some of our citizens were inclined to grow weakkneed when they read the flaming reports sent from that a final survey being made through that county Yes sur veyors are making a final line thro Boyle but the word final only to Boyle county They are to make a final survey through Garrard too if you please so dont lose your head and give up It is a great thing for Garrard that the en gineers will make another line thro this county for the fact that it has been found that more than a mile can be saved in distance and several other changes made that will help us materially THE RECORD has this to say Go to work and secure that right ofway and the road will be built through Garrard county as certain as the sun Whatwe want to do and what we must do is comply with the railroad companys request and they will surely do the rest Dont form an opinion and give up until you have looked to the bottom of the mat ter Dont let some Doubting Thom as fill you with hot air The leasing of the Cincinnati Southern cuts no figure in this case and high railroad officials have said so Theres only one thing to do and that is for those of means to delve into their jeans and put up what they feel able to give and then for the land owners to be as reasonable as possible in their demands for rightofway We can get the latter for less than 20000 and if Garrard county is going to stand back on a sum like that she had bet ter shut up shop The case stands to day exactly as it did when THE REC ORD first mentioned it that is in to Garrard getting the road We will get it if we give the rightofway If we do not comply with our original agreement with the officials the road will be built into a territory where the people show by their actions that they want it to come This is the situation in a nut shell and in less than a month you will see a corps of surveyors making a final locati m through Garrard In the language of Col Thos P Hill Mark predic tion A OUT Danville vas pertains shines regard my going absolutely FAIR WARNING Mr G D Robinson will retire from the firm of Logan Robin son March 1 st ALL ACCOUNTS UNPAID FEBRUARY 20 Will be placed 111 All For Collection rgJJfp fu II I I I imI r- ni I I 1 IIE I I I I I m II I II I II tie Rauffs of Officer IIE I IIE I I I m II iii Ii IiiI B Ii I iii i iI iI 13 iii o 5 jo j o i- o e o i and IOR1jJ THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 OI EVERY WEEK DY tours LANDRAJl PublIsher LANCASTER KENTUCKY J 1 1 Ep riLius Oslo YFiB IK ADTANCB Six MONTHS THBBS 60 II 25 i m EDiToR P WALTON has found that his health will not permit his remaining in charge of the Lexing ton Democrat He had spent the best part of his life in Stanford eating pure food going to bed when the chickens went to roost and getting plenty of fresh airand when he chang ed his habits so completely its a won der that he stood it as long as he did He succeeded in putting the Demo crat on a substantial footing before retiring lIe hasnt signified his in tentions as to the future but he will be like a fish out of water until again on the editorial tripod and we cer tainly hope he will again take up the gray goose quill Ix Lexington last week R T Nu gent shot and killed Wm Mahoney the killing is said to be very cold blooded The papers say Kngents attorneys will try to work the sinsan ity dodge The hippocket racket has been worked until it is becoming somewhat threadbare and murderers are now adopting the insanity If juries will quit considering such rot and hang a few culprits it will have a decided tendency to stop some of the wholesale slaughter going on in Kentucky In most instances all a murderer has to prove is that he threw his hand to his hip and an acquittal is forthcoming EDITOR ALLEN of the Cynthiana Democrat has a whole column of can didates announcements at five per card He will have more mon ey than Carter had oats TIlE REG DIm wishes him unbounded success but at the same time we hope he will never get rich enough to retire from the Kentucky press as he is too use ful a gentleman Ix a neighboring county recently a man reported dead showed home and had the pleasure of reading his obituary There are many men who if they ever expect to hear any good things said of them will have to try this plan as that is the only way their acquaintances will be spurred up to speak kindly of them TUE attention of those newspapers so prone to publish headlines of the Another Killing in Garrard County order is called to the fact that Mrs Nation is a Garrard county woman who says we are not for reforma tion and right If you doubt our good habits we will send her to see you PAINT LICK Mrs Annie Adams is quite sick of pneumonia MrsR L Jennings who has been quite ill is rapidly improving What is the matter with Rodney Griggs As a brick cream eater he cant be beat Ed Rice of Richmond spent sever al days with time family of Mr Guy Rice of this place Mrs Joe Arnold of Richmond is at the bedside of her sister Mrs Annie Adams at the Veranda Hotel Mrs Adams has pneumonia J B Ely and bride returned Mon day and were given a handsome recep tion by his parents Quite a crowd was present to congratulate the hap py couple and partake of the many good things to eat Many useful pre seats were given Mrs Josie Campbell who bore her suffering with Christian on the 3rd of pneumonia Funeral services were held at the residence Paint Lick A large concourse of relatives and friends the remains to their last rest in place She leaves three sons and four daughters Eloped and were married in Jeffer on the 2nd Mr J B Fly and Miss Ballard The bride is a of Mr George Ballard a vent farmer of this locality She is a young lady of beauty and inielli gence Mr Ely is one of our most popular young men They have been sweethearts for a long time but let few of their friends know it We wish them a long and happy life R Bepsentin folloffii Companies Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German Americans Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants r New York Underwriters i Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile t i I V racket pocket dollars upat Now Old followed sonville daughter KINNAIRDINSURANCE v letna Life Ins Co gf interment at prom I flaifforCai4- v T ff d j Editor Seph Campbell of the Soim onset Journal announced in last issue that for a few years at least he in tended to cast to the winds the pop ular brand of politics without which some few of our contemporaries might find themselves out of a job or at sea in a floundering craft without a rud der We reproduce the following sensible and timely talk from his ex paper was claimed that the reelection of William McKinley to the preside cy would restore confidence and result in renewed impulses to business The people willed this and it follows to a mathematical certainty In like the election of Governor Beckham should put an end to anologous influ ences and inspire confidence restore peace and benefit the material inter ests of the State Much depends upon a hearty acceptance of these truths by the people and a heroic rejection of all doubts and an intelligent of when the same result follows with equal certainty Gov Beckhams election ended and desperate struggle in Ken Lucky and should put an end to a of strife in the State During this period of strife the character of which is without a parallel inour his tory opportunities that were golden were lost Capital and energy in streams glided past us and located where greater security to life and property were promised What communities have lost in this WilY may be regained by a restoration of peace and a return of confidence But this must be brought about the State Every community is bound down and held in chains by the lawlessness of another The spirit of partisan hatred in Franklin and social ostracism in Fayette is manifested in feuds and murder and mobs in Clay and Whitley A prompt cessation of political squabbles the discussion of business propositions in the public press in lieu of political remanding the rear of theoretical sentimental hys implacable politics and sour visaged politicians a coming to the front of men of affairs who know and appreciate the needs of the hour are some of the things needed most in Old Kentucky Efforts are right now being mado to subordinate every interest of the state to the selection of a partisan United States Senator when the greatest need of Kentucky is plainly a business legislature and not a partisan convocation of men elected for their pledges to some candidate for the Senate NGltfS The President signed the Army Bill and it is now a law Fire caused a panic among guests of a hotel at Paris Ky Arrangements are being made to build a bonded warehouse with 10000 barrels capacity at Paducah Samuel Smith a prominent Nelson county farmer killed himself with a revolver because of ill health The stock and other exchanges in New York were closed as a tribute to the memory of Queen Victoria The Lexington Lodge of Elks will give another great Horse Show Fair and Carnival this coming summer Wm Gibson sentenced at Catletts burg for life for the murder of his stepchild was landed in the penitentiary- An entire family is held captive at Youngstown 0 by anarchists who demand 5000 ransom or threaten to murder the prisoners A bronze memorial tablet was un vailed at Williston church in Maine the birth place of the Christian Endeavor movement Impressive memorial services to Queen Victoria were held at Wash ington the President Cabinet and many notables attending Miss Nina Mitchell was assaulted at Tiptonvilje Tenn by a negro who was captured A mob visited the jail but the brute had been spirited away Henry B Youtsey was sentenced to life imprisonment for complicity in the assassination Of Senator Goebel He took no appeal but accepted the sentenced There was such an enormous crowd in Londons streets to see the funeral pageant that fifty or sixty persons were injured in crushes at congested points The body of Sim Combs killed by moonshiners in Letcher county was recovered and interred at his home Hindman A posse was organized to attempt the arrest of the Kelleyswho killed Combs The Kentucky State Guard is of 102 commissioned officers 257 noncommissioned officers sixteen mu sicians and 1116 privates a total of 1389 The number of men available for military service is 410000 The barn of L C Tarleton seven miles from Lexington on the Newton pike was destroyed Dy fire A of valuable trotters were in stable several being saved by Miss Bessie Kenny a niece of Mr Tarletor who discovered the fire In attempt ing to save her own horse she slightly injured Five trotters were lost s tiiii WI I c llent c- It manner subjection along period allover themesa tel ical political lOt Frankfort Portland composed number i iSILLS x individual will oo o SPbaooscoootoooapeaaa- otbt60GeNI1th oaosbaaoooaacaao3saoao aoooo Queen tlie was a y Wm Parks is very sick with rheumatism Mr Leonard Pollards family are very low with grip DBudd Dunn has about recovered from his recent illness Mr Nixon Perkins who has been very low is convalescing Miss Sallie Herring spent last week with her cousin Mrs Price Bourne of Bcttis Mrs Walter Denny and sister of Burgin attended the funeral of Willie T Johnson Some communities think they have all the grip but we know Marksbury has her share The remains of Willie T Johnson of Burgin were interred in the Fork Cemetery Jan 31 lie was the child of Mr Simeon Johnson He has long been a sufferer from that dread disease consumption He was bright inteligent lad of seventeen of age He was ready when the summons came and died trusting in the Lord and was happy in the thought of soon being with those he loved mother sister and brothers TIe leaves a father brother and many dear friends to mourn his loss Ap propriate exercises were held by Rev 1 A Copass We extend sympathy the bereaved ones PREAC1LERSYILLE Sol Rigsby sold a nice horse for T B Hutchins is progressing nicely with his house Our school is in fine shape with about sixty scholars We are having some real winter weather at this time J L Kennedy and wife are both on the sick list this week Mr Samp Cummins has gone to Williamsburg to work this winter J J Thompson is in a critical though he is better than Le las been J C Fox has bought about twenty nice mules in the last ten days for the Southern market Duck Johnson of Bell county bought of John Smith his farm on Harmons Lick Creek for S1J01 cash George Archer who has formed a partnership with II H Davis of Ter nessee in the livery business has bought several nice horses in this neighborhood the past few days for their stable BETTIS Miss Pattie Leak is quite ill W M Sutton is sick with grip The family of Mr Joe Anderson are down with measles On last Wednesday Mr Rose Miller was attempting to load a saw log which fell on him cuusing a very se rious accident Miss Sallie Herring of Marksbury spent last week with her cousin Mrs Price Bourne Miss Sue Bourne is spending the week with her brother near Hubble Misses Eliza Smith and Lillie Austin spent Saturday and Sunday with Bessie Bourne Mrs Ben Wilmot gave a party to a number of young folks Tuesday evening Mrs John McCarley died at her home near Bettis on the night of the 6th inst of that dreadful disease consumption All was done for her that loving relatives kind neighbors and skilled physicians could do but to no avail She leaves a husband and two small children to mourn her loss May they ever look to Him who doeth all things well and to so live as to meet her in that home where parting never comes and tears are never known Her remains were taken to Millidgeville for interment McCREAHY The grip is still raging in this neigh borlieod There will be preaching at Antioch next Sunday Messrs Scott and Elmer House and Harvey Pherigo went to Lowell on a business trip Web Kelley has gone to Lexington to attend school Mrs Margaret Lane has been the guest Mrs J W TIm Miss Parkcy Coffey has return ed to her home at McKinney after several weeks visit with MrsBen Ham Mrs Wm Long is quite sick W II Lackey is quite sick at this WOODS George Miller sold a load of to George Rogers for 2 per barrel Owing to the bad weather last Sun day there was no preaching at Law sons Chapel George Archer bought a horse from Wm Lawson for 855 also one from Chas Graves for 845 Mrs Anderson a very old lady of Harmmons Lick who is ill of is not expected to live Jas Coldiron is very ill of pneumonia also a sou and daughter of Squire Parsons but are hotter at this writing Wm Campbell returned from Clay county last week where he has been visiting his parents MrJno Dud derar spent Sunday with his inlaw Mi Nixon Perkins who has pneumonia James Bell is on sick list There is always danger in using counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The original is a safe and cure forpiles It is a soothing and healing salve for sores and all skin diseases EP Frisbie r rtK1c youngest ears Ito a condition 41n Sunday of writing 4 LA pneumonia the certain 0 il Dir iSiS corn broth thisweek I Mrs Addie Gentry is real poorly No farm work has been done in our vicinity for some days Emanuel Damrel had a nice horse to die some days ago from an unknown diseaseA Coldwell and wife have to the property of A R Guinn near Paint Lick John Weaver of Ill is here attending the bedside of his la ther Wm J Weaver who was sick with la grippe but at this writing is decidedly better Measles continues to make fine headway in our town and Last week ten cases were re ported in the family of Henry Bod kins If a patient is a little too to succumb to measles alone a partnership is immediately formed with la grippe and the combined force of the new firm usually brings him to terms of surrender There is consolation however in the fact that so rich a harvest this year insures a famine next year in case of another visitation from this imposing guest BUCKEYE Mrs Bob Long gave a party night Miss Marion Ray gave a party night Mr Alex Walker bought some pigs from some one last week They had little white stars in their forehead I dont know how old they were but the old pig sow wasnt along Mr and Mrs J W Brown are making preparations to tour some of the wes tern states Mrs Brown is a woman of rare beauty and while she has reached the meridian there are but few visible traces of tm s One afternoon not since having donned her velvety d vjc furs etc I was in a crowd 1 mitfe her the object of some veiy osnpli mentary comments BRYANTS VILLE Mr and II Anderson have moved to their home near Cynthiana Miss Ella Leaven spent last week with her cousin Miss Higginbotham Mr and Mrs J H Eeaslev visited relatives in Jessamine county Satur day arid Sundry Mr Johnson of Burgin died on the 27th and was interred in the Fork cemeteryThere a great deal of sickness in our community The doctors are kept very busy Milliors of people are familiar with DeWitts Little Early Risers and tl ose who use them find them to be famous little liver pills sever gripe F P Frisbie When a man gets to be about so old he can recollect a great many inci dents of his boyhood days that never happened at all Recent experiments show fiat i 11 classes of foods may ba completely i gested by a preparation called Koiiol Dyspepsia Cure which absolutely what you eat As it is the only combination of all the natural digest ant ever devised the demand for ithas become enormous It has never fail ed to cure the very worst cases of in digestion and it always gives instant relief F P Frisbie Facts About the Prince of Wales In view of the existing conditions in England the following possesses more than a passing interest Ho is said to be one of the best shots inEnglandHe the fashious in clothes for the whole world He loves to labor for the working man lie popularized the Alpine hat He is a D C L of Oxford an LL D of Cambridge and a barrister He says he has no debts He loves to travel incognito He buys hundreds of theatre tickets without using them His favorite vehicle in London is a his stables cost 75000 a year He never allows a typewriter in his house He spends 5000 a for tele grams He allows only two knives and forks to each guest at his table He is Colonel eight times has one private secretary two assistant secretaries and a staff of clerks to assist him Every minute of his time in London Is spent to schedule He has every order of knighthood in Europe His uniforms are worth 75000 He is a Field Marshal and an Admi He is the chief horse owner and yachtnian in England He goes to church every Sunday morning A Help to the Precalier A certain editor left home few days and got a preacher to run the paper for him during his absence A mountain subscriber who had been dtnned by the editor wrote that le had paid his subscription and would maul of the editor if he dunned again The minister answer ed I have been trying to maul that thing out of the editor for ten years and if you really come down here maul it out of him my dear sir I have twenty members of my church you can operate on 1tLqi t l moved dangerously obstinate 4a Tuesday Tuesday oflife ravages loW it I 0 digest 4 cabyet year gal fora hlout was and 1 I i again Mansfield neighborhood Mrs r overlie according u Cb tt glJI DWuTh0M OJ oodv r III y 4 JBegins the growing Anywhere between the a plantation in and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the carelessness lnexDerlence H Jicl scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for J J buys much more than a cents worth of strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will vou Jii Y KOlstld COffl1 qualityand give 21 more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles- In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there Is a nature on the package is to be cut out and returned to our NotionDept You see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NYtheEv Fine Reporter An editor out in Missouri wrote to a number of farmers asking them u send him the news of their several neighborhoods Here is one reply We have two school moguls the cholera about fifty bushels of potatos and a fool who married a cross eyed girl because she had a mule and forty acres of land which the same being yours truly Persons who can not take ordinaiy pills find it apleasure to take D Witts Little Early Risers They are the b st little liver pills ever made F P Frisbie Mans failure in this world may of ten be attributed to the fact that he u es blank cartridges when tiring at the target of success Like bad dollars all counterfeits cf DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve are worthless The original quickly cures piles sores and all skin diseases F P Frisbie A New Disease The Winchester Democrat says pink eye is a new disease among school children It appears to be an inflam causing a sticky discharge The ball becomes pink but there is no loss of sight save a dimness The eyes seem to dread light ex cessively and the patient must be kept in a dark room To cure bathe in astringent applications and use dark glasses Mercurial oxide oint sometime used The disease has caused considerable concern in some counties Reports show a grater increased death rate from throatand lung due to the prevalence of crour pneumonia and grippe We advise the use of One Minute Cough Cure in all of these difficulties It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Children like it F P Frisbie I have just Invented and procured method You only make One Trip to have have your teeth extracted permanent teeth fitted that you wont have to make but one trip and that one when you have your teeth extracted All measures are taken and after your gums are perfectly shrunken your are made and sent to you AN ABSOLUTE FIT GUARANTEED The best set of teeth for ST50 Railroad fare paid both ways whet SIOOO worth of work is done DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently located next door to Building in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office all night Refrence Richmond Na tional Bank hog dd 4 ation temporarily mentis troubles NEW anew haveto and- y ur Guaranteed necessary m NVE1ITON teeth Government Open No matter how poor a man is there may have been a time when he rode his own his mother pushed it along When pain or irritation exits en any part of the body the application of Ballards Snow Liniment will gne prompt relief Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes When a man reaches that point where he is satisfied with himself the devil puts another gridiron on the fire You can help anyone whom you find suffering inflamed throat laryr geal trouble bronchitis coughs colds etc by the use of Coussens Honey of Tar the great remedy for coughs and colds Price and 50 cts C C J E Stormes If a man was able to do just as 1 e pleased all the time he would com plain because he couldnt do some thing glse There is probably no disease or con dition of the human system that more suffering and distress than piles Tablers Buckeye Pile Oint ment cures them quickly without pain or detention from husinessPri e 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes Jt is rather discouraging to a man to be forced to wait until he is dead in order to discover what a good fellow he was Dont let the hand of time pair t wrinkles on your face heap young by keeping the blood pure and the organs in healthful condition ITerbine will do this Health is youth disease and sickness brings old age Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes Many a mm claim to be look ing for work wouldnt recognize a job if it stepped up and tapped him on the shoulder you nervous run down weak and dispirited Take a few doses cf Herbine It will infuse new energy new life into the exhausted nerves the overworked brain or muscular system and put a new face on life and busines Price 50c C C J E Stormes- A man never becomes thoroughly d praYed and beyond the hope of until he begins to make ex cuss for attending a circus Nervous children are almost alway thi i children The outdocrboy seldom nervous Whites Cream Ver mifuge is the best preventive of ner vousuess It strengthens the system and assists to that sort of flesh which creates strength and power of endur ence Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes i The successful man si vays sticks to ore t lag until he gets there So doe the postage stamp A Man Be Volt r Certainly he should He should haveambition to look well and feel good which he do unless he oi gests his food Caldwell Syrup Pepsin aids digestion clears the head keeps the bowels regular and makes a feel tit peace with the whole f wort Try it R E McRoberts drug gist I carriagewhile I from advising 5 Are s I Dr tin causes digestive why re- demPtion i should cannot mad Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aIds Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or the latest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache Cramps and all other results ofimperfect digestion Price and 1 Large size contains 2J times small size Book dyspepslamoiiedlrto Prepared by E C DeWITT CO Cbicajjo Assignees Sale As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately arc on easy terms two tracts of land containing SO acres each in Garrard county in a good near good schools well watered and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make good homes for persons de siring small farm in neighborhoods where other lands can be purchased or rented WiLLiA3i tf Assignee HIGHEST CASE PRICE PAID FOR 1 Want 25000Correspondence Solicited 1luUul 1IIt SOc IIEI moN SKUNK d t neighborhood SK11S E BurkhardtA Main Second S ClNCINNTI O t jan 174t KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPARiNG Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all wor to be firstclass J B Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store 1 C I I I I I I J 3 t 0oooooo000oo00 00e 000000000000 gALL p t CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 ox ASCOT people Miss Davidson Is visiting in Richmond Miss Pearl Ashley is clerking for the Logan Dry Goods Co Miss Warner of Buckeye has been friends in this Mr R E McRoberts has been suf fering from a severe case of grip Mr Sam Joseph a hustling drummer was here a few days sinceA friends were entertained at cards by Mrs J E Stormes Tuesday evening Miss Mattie Thompson is in Paint Lick visiting her sister Mrs R L JenningsMrs Hubliard of Covington is expected this week to visit Mrs J E Siormes Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts gave a birthday party Saturday afternoons Jier little friends Miss Lizzie Hudson leaves this weak to visit her aunt Mrs Chenault of Fort Scott Kansas Miss Lucy Colson of Middlesboro leas been spending a few days with her aunt Mrs William B Moss Mr J Ilarve Dunn of Brodhead was the guest of Misses Fanny and Bettie West Saturday and Sunday Mrs Robert Kinnaird gaye a six oclock dirner Saturday evening in Honor of Mr A McKee Kinuaird and brideMr George Harris who is holding down a good position with theL Carlisle was at home a few days this week Mr Dan Hemphill of Nicholasville and Stella Roberson of Cynthi ana have been visiting Miss Hattie Robertson at Mr R II ISatsuuv Dr Petry who is taking a postgrad uate course in Louisville called home by the serious illness of his child who has measles and whooping cough Mr George Lusk and sister Miss Jane arc at home from several months stay in Carolina Mr Lusks health is souse what improved Danville Advocate lion John W Yerkes is here to attend the sale of Iris personal property on Wednesday lIe will remain until the last of the week when ho will return to Wash ington accompanied by Mrs Yerkes Several prominent society people of this city will hitch up in the harness ere the roses come a gain It would be difficult to find a musician who can render wedding marches more artistically than one of the prospective parties The card party given by Misses An derson Thursday afternoon to meet Mrs Allen was quite an enjoyable The score cards were white with painted Indian heads The artist was Miss Bettina whose work is very tine The prize a dinner gong was won by Mrs J E Stormes The consolation prize a book of pick aninies given Mrs Wm Cook An elegant lunch was served The fol lowing were present Mesdames J C Hemphill Charles Anderson Robert Kinnaird W R Cook J E Stormes Juliett Rogers G B Swinebroad Landram Misses Mae Hughes Fannie Collier May Ware and Altie Marksburv r li tooott Amy fri nds Y city t I Nat North matrimonial can II affair considered Louis Carrie Currey f oooQOOOOO o0000400oooooeooao oooc ooaoaaooooooooaooosoaootioo ooo I visiting Cincinnati a I c t v I I F Miss I was Pr b t i t t 1 t was Mrs Cal Nevlus has been vlslfcln relatives in Stanford The condition of little Eugene Beas lay remains quite serious Miss Jennie Duncan is athome from a visit to relatives in Stanford Mrs E W Harris has returned from a mouths visit to Louisville and Cal Dr J H Kennedy and bride spent Sunday with her relatives in lasville The crokinole club was entertained Friday evening by Mr Robert Einbry and wife Mr J I Hamilton and wife have re turned from a months visit to Men phis Tann The Ford t Index Miss Sue Tudor and Mr Park Tudor are Lancaster with friends Mrs Scott Farris of Crab Orchard has been her brother George Farris Miss Mary Grimes who been quite sick for two weeks with la grippe is better at this writing Misses Bright and Rochester who have been Miss Mattie Thompsons guests have returned to Stanford Miss Ella Leavell has returned home after a pleasant visit to her relatives in Bryantsville Marcellus and van ville The Maids and Matrons Sewing Club will meet next Tuesday with Mrs E C Gaines Richmond avenue Danville T ews CaptI M Dunn returned today from Lebanon where he went to cry the sale of J E Hughes Mr Owen Mclntyre began Monday assisting in the Business and Lo cal Departments of the Dan Nessrs Henry Simpson and George Palmer of Lancaster spent Sunday in Danville Mr J W Perkins and Miss Sarah Higginbotham both of this county eloped to Knoxville and were married Monday The bride is the daughter of Mr G T Higginbotham one of the most prominent and iniluential citizensrof the county She is a young lady of ifeauty and accomplishments aTiii iSjmuch beloved by a wide circle of friends file groom is a son of Mr Nick and is aT young man of steady habits and great industry The RECORD congratulates the happy A Convincing Answer I hobbled into one evening says Wesley Del son of Hamilton Ga and lie asked me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with vhich I had suf fered for a long time I told him J had no faith in any medicine as they all failed He said Well if Cham berlains Pain Balm does not help you you need not pay for it I took a hot tie of it home and used it according to directions and in one week I wascured and have not since been bothered with rheumatism Sold R E McRob erts druggist The man who com plains about what he can not help is generally too lazy to stir himself in time to keep trouble from happening A powerful engine can not run with a weak boiler and we cant keep up the strain of an active life with a weak stomach neither can we stop the hu man machine to make repairs If the stomach cannot digest enough food to keep the body strong such a prepay tion as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure should be used It digests what you eat and it simply cant help but do you good F P Frisbie at Senator afternoon News ule Perkins couple Mr Blaclmons drugstore by a ala y lisle Niche visiting News LANCASTER KY Parties having Farms or Town Property for sale will find it to their interest to call on or write us Property listed with us will be extensively IN THE CENTRAL RECORD We Let the People KnowWhat You Have To Sell We Find a Buyer For the Seller We Seller Buyer Titles will be examined Contracts and Deeds written Mortgages released etc all FREE OF CHARGE We charge nothing for our services unless sale is made NO SALE NO PAY have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Parties desiring to buy are invited to investigate what we have to sell For further particulars write to or call on t Davidson landraill Real Estate Agents ADVERTISED Find a 10 rthe L j t i3 J 4- L If you i R L Davidson OR Louis Landram i Jr Law Office over Stormes Central Recordtore 4r vYc I girlCe riotiicriy Advice Johnny sa 0 the St kouis mother- I want you to quit using that low vulgar language Why mother replied Johnny Shakespeare said what I Just said Then you must quit associating with him said the Hes not a fit companion for you Chicago Daily News lib Purpose What makes you keep declaring that you will never again be a candi date for public office Well answered the statesman Ive got to keep saying something in order to prevent my friends from overlooking me as a possible candi date Washington Star Purifying Polities The Major I dont know but there is need of some kind of reform in poI itics around here The Colonel I think so Im no fa natic but I think ballot box stuffin should be done with moderation Puck Heady for the sirs Younglove John do you know that you havent kissedme for a week Mr Younglove Yes darling I was just waiting to see how long it would take you to notice it John it will be observed had his presence of mind with him TitBits Speaks Bath Fluently your wife speak more than one language Yes she speaks two one when shes got hairpins in her mouth and one when she kers Statesman Further Information isnt a skeptic a man who doesnt believe what he cant understand The especially if its something that doesnt suit him Puck It Finn the Hill want a good clean family paper that does not treat of murders suicides or divorces Newsdealer Yes sir Would you like to look at our line of wrapping paper N Y Journal One of Many Mr Flightie Mere talent is not nowadays Oh if I only had a touch of real genius Wife Genius isnt what you need Eh What then Horse sense N Y Weekly The Very IIcart on Little Harry Why havent we eve lady president papa nrina Because Harry a manmade law maie it imperative that the president be more Ilism 33 years old Judge Discerning Woman He I point out your faults because I love you She Nonsense If you really loved me you would think my fauns were excellences Chicago Record j Wouldnt Have a Chance Miss De wouldnt marry him if he were the last man on aarth kcal tBelle Indeed you wouldnt Id take him myself then TitBits j Dont laugh atfashion Dont discourage ambition Dont hinder progress Try to be affable Look on the bright side Strive to be happy Enjoy life Keep healthy which you cat do by using Dr Cald wells Syrup Popsin according to It is an absolute cure for consumption indigestion stomach troubles and sick headache Me Roberts druggist Opera House Z ules Manager Hughes has posted the fol lowing rules for the local Opera House which will be rigidly enforced Curtain rises promptly at 8 oclock Stamping of feet whistling loud talking unnecessary noise eating peanuts in the lobby not but allowed behind the curtain If you leave the house between acts return to your seat before opening of next act Lndies will remove their hats when play commences thus confering p favor upon those sitting their rear These rules will be enforced M D Hughes lIgr Western Rates Kcduced Greatly reduced oneway rates will be in effect from Chicago via the cousin Central Railway to points in Minnesota North Dakota Montana Idaho Oregon Washington and Brit ish Columbia each Tuesday February 12th and continuing un til April 30th For detailed inquireof nearest ticket agentor address T D Campbell D PA W 42 Carew Building Cincinnati 0 or Jas C Pond Genl Passenger Agent Milwaukee Wis CHEAP XSATIiS To New York City via ibo CliesapeaUo and Ohio Hallway On account of the spring meeting of the New York Merchants the Chesapeake and Ohio way will sell round trip New York at one and onethird fare on the certificate plan good going on February 13th 17th inc and March 1st the 4th inc and will be good to return 30 days from date of sale On this basis the round trip rate from Lexington is 24GO and tickets will be good for stopovers in Washington Baltimore Philadelphia not to exceed ten days in either place The Chesapeake and Ohio Route is the only line from Lexington andCen tral Kentucky with through sleepers and Dining Car service through to New York without change Any information given or reserva Lions desired will be made on receipt O advice Jf have not yet regis tered with the of the New York Association better do sp at Geo W Barney Div Pass tf K J J goodwoman I Question YeastDoes Crimson hasntYon His Little SonPapa DeaconYes CustomerI I appreciated r hada I PrideI r I ire In Style R E I No one I I I commencing information CRy Jan 24tf I Association J to the to I i I once 1 directions allowed Wit Rail Secretary dot Lexington A L o OF A BILLIARD TALE ait Interesting HlMtory One of the most interesting of West Points traditions is that relating to the billiard table Shortly after the civil war cadets always on the avert for some new scheme for decided that they would like to have a billiard table and organized a billiard club A collec tion was taken up says the New York Tribune with which to purchase a table and a suitable place was sought in which to set it up Until the pres ent steam heating apparatus was in the cadet barracks about 25 or 30 years ago the heating was means of furnaces The basement of the Sixth division of the barracks was used for coal bins the bins being ranged that there was a large one near the center of the buikiiing which could only be reached by passing tlutnigh one of the others After con sidering alt available places this coal bin was finally selected as being the place least liable to it must be remembered the table was unauthorized The table was bought in Xew York and sent to Harrisons across the river for there was no West Shore railroad in those dajs One cold winter night it was hawed ty a team of oxen across the river on the ice and up the hill and was safely stowed away in the coal bin before morning The table was soon set up and becam n source of great enjoyment to the A key of beer was always tap and lamps were hung from the ceiling giving the room a cheery The members of the club used to gather there at all hours of the day and night when their present was not required elsewhere by their duties and sit around smoking drink fug and telling stories while two of them played billiards The authorities soon became aware that there was a billiard table some where in the barracks for they could hear the balls clicking together but they could not tact it The cadets con tinued to enjoy the privileges of the billiard for more than a year Finally one night soon after midnight as two officers were returning from a convivial evening at the mess they saw two cadets clad in their under clothing and dressing gowns emerge from the north sallyport and disappear down the steps to the areaway in front of the barracks Instantly the thought df the billiard table flashed through the minds of the two officers and they started quietly after the cadets On reaching the basement doorway of the Sjxth division the two cadets entered and the officers arriving a moment dater saw them climb over a pile of coal and enier an open door through vliich come sounds of laughter and conversation and the clicking of balls whilefhe air was laden with fragrant tobacco smoke The officers pauses for a moment and held a whispered consultation Finally deciding that they would tell the other officers of tneir discovery and have all of them come down the following night and enjoy tIle inn of a raid on the club they withdrew and went home Xext day all of the off cers at the post were informed of the discovery and it was arranged that the raid should occur at midnight All might have gone well and the officers might have had their little fun had it not been that there were three cadets the previous night instead of two The third had forgotten his pipe and had gone back for it while the other two went on and discos ered by the officers The third along a moment later saw the officers and quietly followed them ob serving all their movements and to their whispered conversa tion When they withdrew he went in and told the members of the club all he had heard and seen The at once realized that it was all up with the clUb but they determined officers Accordingly all arrange ments were made before the club ad journed that night j The next night the ofiicers met as arranged and crept stealthily down the areaway and into the Sixth sion Hearing no sound of clicking balls some became skeptical and the whole thing was a hoax but nevertheless they pushed on and climbed over the pile of coal the door they were greeted with a glow of light but still no sound On entering found the room de serted but there was the billiard table an almost untouched keg oJ beer several pounds of tobacco some chairs and lastly a note on the table addressed to the officers on duty at West Point The note was to effect that as the ofiicers of the post had been so kind as to permit the club to continue its existence for more than a it desired to present tc them the officers the table and nIl its appurtenances as it was deemed expedient to wind up the clubs The note was signeu The Committee The officers of course were chagrined at being thus outwitted bj the cadets Nevertheless the table was removed to the officers mess and according to tradition is the one stil in use there Strange Snow on tiara j from planetary atmospheres upon the force of gravity of the particular planets concerned has that helium at present is slow ly escaping from the earth and in a distant past time it probably escaped much more rapidly From Mars he says water vapor must have escaped with about tin same readiness as helium fled from the earth and the variable white patches about the poles of Mars are not snow but probably are frozen carbon Other appearances frequently observed on Mars are due he thinks to lowlying fogs of carbon dioxide vapor shifting alternately between the poles and the equatorial regions T Youths Companion j Slow About Gong I It has always rule sale1 Mr to spend as I exclaimed Miss Sharpe glancing significantly at the clock that way I suppos y you have saved considerable money Philadelphia Press w l That Yet In Use nt Vellt has I I amusement accordingly installed b so ar detectionfor cadet lepton club coming listening cadets to have a laugh at the expense of the concluded Opening they the year affairs Executive I developingdepend- ing concluded accordingly dioxide beenmy go I HJP I X Ii t T1 Oft 1sa Point the appearance were die nine Indeed ssr 6- f i 1 t COLONIAL DAYS DIPLOMACY Qrlrln of the Department of Stiite of the United States Gov Originally the confederation was without executive officers and all its business both foreign and domestic was conducted through committees In 1775 a secret committee on foreign correspondence was appointed of which Benjamin Franklin and John members and in 1777 it was changed to the committee on foreign affairs The personnel of this was frequently changed Thomas Payne acted as its secretary ior some time but he was finally for misconduct in office Through these committees all the for sign relations cf the colonies were conducted up to 17S1 when the com mittee was abolished and a of foreign affairs was estab lished By that time a considerable diplomatic representation had been sent to Europe the treaties of and with France had been negotiated and important relations with other nations were established says the Cleveland Leader The conduct of these through a committee had proved most unsatisfactory Mr Lovell the only member at that time who seemed to take an interest in its business wrote in August 1779 There is no such thing as a committee on foreign affairs secretary or clerk further than I persevere to be one and the other The nooks and the papers of that distinguished body lie yet on the table of congress or rather are locked up in the secretarys private box We learn from a report of congress in 17S2 that the entire force of the department consisted of the secre tart at a salary of 4OGO two secretaries at salaries of 300 and 700 respectively and of one clerk at 500 making a total of four officials at a cost of 0000 The first secretary was Robert It Livingston a member of the celebrated Livingston family of New York which rendered such service to the country during and after the revolution He was a member of the committee which framed the declaration of independ cave find was later the minister to France who negotiated the purchase of Louisiana He was succeeded in 1783 by John TaJ WHAT ANTS CAN DO Instances of Their Wonderful In stinct in UctiliiiK with Great There are a good manj ants of varieties on the lot at my coun try place near Covington said a Xew Orleans business man reported in the TimesDemocrat and last year I be gan to make a systematic study of their habit I found it a most fascinating pursuit and have resumed it with much enthusiasm several visits this year A little inveVsration will convince almost anybody I think that the ant approaches nearer to the man in point of intelligence than any of the lower animals Some of the things I have seen are so marvelous that I would hesitate to speak of them if similar wonders had not been fully recorded by trained scientists Near one of my flower beds is a colony of small red ants that are extremely industrious in collecting food and they frequently performed the most astonishing engi neering feats in transporting heavy burdens to their homes Xot long ago I watched a party of about a dozer nest The spider had hairy legs which stuck out in cverj direction and caught on obstacles greatly retarding profit ress For several minutes the ants rolled away with their awkward booty and then stopped and seemed to hold a council A minute fragment of dry leaf was tying on the ground they all laid hold and put the spider on top of it Then they seized the edges and slid it along without ilifiiculty On another occasion I saw a large body of these same ants start out raid on another colony They marched like an army with scouts thrown out at the sides and when several feet distant gaged in a fierce combat with the other tribe while the second detachment made a detour and fell upon the hill from the rear The result was a great victory for the invaders Anybody who feels interested in the subject and who will put in a little time at close study will be certain to witness ex ploits fully as astonishing as those I have described ENGLAND LOSING TRADE In the Industrial CciiiictIUoii She Is Ueiiii Left Itehlnd Other TCutiotts we as a manufacturing nation have lost all sense of the iuitia thc that formerly distinguished us be yond the other nations of the world says the London Express- A broad survey of the existing field reveals a prospect not very flattering to the pride of an English man the sea power now look tc Germany for records of sea speeds From the birthplace of mechanical lo comotion we must go to France and the United States for examples of railway speeds and efficiency In electricity we are mere humble imitators since scarcelj any important modern devel opment in this allpervading industry bears an English name We are it is true making some feeble efforts to keep our neighbors in the great coming manufacturing industry electrochemics but he who seeks for guidance in this practically un explored field must go to Xuremburg or to Pittsburgh to find it We are still predominant in the cot ton industry but it is simply a question of time when this industry Avill forsake for its natural southern states of America and the Indian ton fields Are we then in danger o degenerating into a nation of brokers depending for our commercial on the capital left us by the exer tons of our forefathers Sport for Real Fishermen A t Kyak Alaska are great fishing grounds Halibut are caught there weighing 350 pounds cod 42 pounds And 58 rounds NY Sun I Jaywere committee dismissed department alliance ofcommerce being relations really existingno assistant important different ring spider Presently for a partiesOne The time is come when it may be askedwhether Industrial e upwith tis seatthe cot existence Co n I ernanent phstaclca salmon r You have pat ronized us liberally during the past year and we appre ciate it We shall be even more grateful if you will now call and pay your ac count TS Druggist 4 x e 5 3 w fr o410 4 I Please Take Notice I I creditors in the cities are crowding me fis absolutely necessary that I all thatowing me immediately This is fI very so I Gall Once a Settlment iThis is meant foi all that me and I trust myf friends will respond to my SALLJE1 pL MBlft Bali Ma AfcO Vy ttiB 1 tSxaBl l 0 te fJM I f J fS i J l JJv fit i owe Iappeal D L OolIgC fU r r ocl j t L ti J r so1 PURE DuTTrI JI PAINTSJ OILS i e i ftiIiV 004 COO0WOG6 o0400pOpCgpDGO OdODo tr please- R ti rands Tonow osooaooooca oawwo9 pype u pppG o oooooam3 I to Fins Cigars PeS A 1pDundedJ Garrard County Friends Always Welcome t1 aS nbhiAI v Be 1 DANVIaLv i P 40 2 c 1 d 5lZ t A JIcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law J E SON LANCASTER KY J IIV N CAPITAL 5000000 t f DENTIsrrextracted without with YItalized dir iu Teeth Office JJooKout Inltrttnt Danville street uppo te church JOHN T JOHNSTON civil Engineer ingand alsc County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended L F HUBBLE Attorney at Law Heal Estate Agent ThirtyThousand Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special bargains in Blue Grass farms NATIONAL BANK 1IesL ulan I cc r4933 c THs OF SURPLU Jio oooot j 1 LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JKO E STORM KS Vice C DENNV Cashier 1 F ROBINSON JR R T EMERY Asst Cashr Boofciceepei DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas Splliaan Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W HKinnalrd PresIdent- s r Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice md in 1 est possible manner Prices ange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot t McGUIRE 1 l t i e MY t Tuhamms Fine Farm For Sale I will sell privately my farm 31254 ij south ol Krysnt stile There is spKn li l i hnlliiisix oii place Koort barnice u i ether necrssarv ont watt at doorplenty of stock water on the place The plato1 well suited for stock farm nrdfr tHidfence Close to churches good reason for sfltitis Wilt tae a smallerfarm or other Lttsines in exchange For State Senate We sure authorized to announce Lon Grcrge T Karris a a candidate for rennminatioc ijrtote Sciixlor in thIs litriet comprising tt u counties of Lincoln BoyieGarraidandCusuy subject to the Action of the Democratic party For Senator We arc anthorzcd to announce E W Lillard as n nndiiiae for the nomination of Senator for district subject to the action of time Dinsccratie party cOlltlllnlllacre a rooms hOl1su rllu all Lnil ills ucrjuilill and Alt v tout SJhotlIGood nb 11 t J t the Sth T J Hood s attics the v IIESnY EUBLILIS iQtf rm DENTIST Ollice over lilac Grass Grocery UJehtrond street All work promptly and satlfaet orily Charges reasonable HiSS CITIZEN RATIONAL BANK TAITARTT7l TV Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and Prompt j M HiBSUfBOTHAJi PresldenL- EWM Y LBATELL VIcePresIdent B F HUDSON Cfeahlei- ff O RISNKT Assistant Cashx CD WAIKBB DIRECTORS B F HUDSONC U ABKOLD OR F AttentionGuaranteed MHI00It5OTHAU Lswrs Y LxAVaLL r dour x tNt 0 DOOr eeDes JYAax r Bur1on LIVERY Siii K STABLE LANCASTER ET We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON FEED 2V t ScrofulaTHE OFFSPRiNQ OF HEREDITARY BLOOD Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood Poison and Consumption The parent who is tainted by see in r child the same disease manifesting itself in the form swollen glands of the neck and throat catarrh weak eyes offensive sores abscesses and white swell sure signs of Scrofula There may oftentimes si sforh p Ir along time for the disease develops slowly in some cases but the is in the blood and will break out at the first disease first and the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system T M Seals 1 15 Public Squarr NashvilIeTenn says Ten years daughter fell awl cut her forehead this on the side of her face became swollen and btjrstca Some of the best doctors here and elsewhere attended her without any benefit We decided to try S 5 S and a bottle cured her en favorable opportunity S S S cures this wasting Ute Jands sss new to nourish strengthen the body and is a and safe cure for makes and pure- blood ScrolL ax L It overcomes all forms of blood whether inherited or acquired and no remedy so thoroughly cleanses the have any blood trouble or your child has inherited some blood taint take S S S and get the blood in good condition and prevent the disease doing further damage Send for our free and our physicians about your case We make no for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA QA The Argentine and Uruguary wheat crops are short and these countries will have no grain for export thisyear The brood sow should be deep thro the sides with large heart girth and finely and properly developed hind quartersHogs filthy animals only when they are compelled to be filthy They enjoy clean quarters as much as any other animals and keep them so if given a chance When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant in effect use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25c Samples free Every box guaran teed For sale by It E McRoberts druggist jue Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association has been organized at Louisville Its object is to promote live stock interests in Kentucky This means live stock of all kinds R E McRoberts the druggist will refund your money if you are not sat isfied after using Chamberlains Stom ackandJLjver Tjableta JTJjey cure dis orders of the stomach biliousness con stipation and headache Price 25cts Samples free j The life of a mule in Africa is of but six weeks duration and England is sinking millions of money in their purchase In Africa they are worth 300 per head An agent of Great Britain is now purchasing 50000 head of horses and mules in Kentucky and the fresh outbreak of will doubtless make an increased demand For the weakness and prostration following grippe there is nothing so prompt and effective as One Minute made to cure quickly F p Frisbie- A L Mitchell is the first Bourbon county farmer to finish delivering the1900 crop of hemp This crop of hemp was bought by Chas S Brent Bro and brought Mr Mitchell 6956 per acre yielding 1620 Ibs and netting The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by R E Mc Roberts druggist Ing season He must neither eat or sleep as it were but must be on thego Ewes should be kept sheds on dry ground well littered with clean straw free of chaff and ifeach ewe could be cut off to herself during the critical period she vould do that much better Ewes should be provided with something green at all times an early rye patch The gir1 who expressed so much sympathy for the poor farmer because was just plugging out But the dam S3l who asked which cow gave the but tsftoilk is entitled to the whole And a girl on her return from a I j 1 poison I highlyearly expense pneumonia attack watchfulness in closed J etcEx winteradesIreoJ bakery I i i 9tfffrtmtttmtmrmtttr The Ordeal is Childbearing is a perfectly natural func tion but terrors where the virtue of Mothers Friend is known This unique liniment applied externally relaxes allthe muscles so Tie Ordeal is Easy WILL BOLT of Iowa writes Mothers Friend has teliered mywife ofall crampStirhich makes It money THE BKABFIELB BEGULATeK CO JUteatm Cm 66 worth the r tMiiiia T to the country who was asfti 11 she eYer saw any one milk a coty Oh yes indeed I haVev it tickles me to death to see Uncle two of the cows faucets at the same time Farmers Voiee Each year I learn to Value more and more these two manurial crops To jether they become almost ideal ren crops for potato land on soils warm enough for the peas The peas are seeded in June or last of May on that has not enough fertility for a good cash crop They make a big growth of vine and root are turn ed under in September the ground goes to rye The rye sod the the next spring is ready for the pota toes Again this year it is my experi ence that the potato crop thus fertil ized will pay all the expense of the preceding year including rent of land while growing the man urlal crops pay all the expense of the potato give a nice cash profit per acre and leave the land so improved that only a Winter covering of rye is need ed to prepnre for another potato crop On a portion of such land we are now putting some strawey manure other land has shown that a crop with profit can be produced with out any more organic manures than are contained in the decaying sods Great are cows peas where they thrive and great is rye in combination because a winter cover crop is needed Exchange The claim of other cough medicines to be as good as Chamberlains are ef fectually set at rest Jn the following testimonial of Mr C D Glass an em ploye of Bartlett Dennis Co Me He says I had kept to a cold and cough in the of 1897 trying every cough I heard of without permanent help until one day I was in the of Mr Houlehan and he advised me to try Chamberlains Cough and offered to pay back my money if I was not cured My lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore at this time but I was completely cured by this remedy and have always turned to it when I got a cold and soon find relief I also recommend it to my friends and am glad to say it is the best of all cough medicines For sale by R E Mcltoberts druggist Diagnosed A song with the title Theres a Sigh in the Heart was sent by a young man to his sweetheart but the paper fell into the hands of the girls father a very unsentimental physi cian who claimed What wretched unscientific rub bish is this Who ever heard of such a case He wrote on the outside Mistaken diagnosis no sigh in the heart possible Sighs relate almost entirely to thelungs aifd diaphragm N Y Weekiy Our Coming Rulers These boys said the school tee who was called on to speak to the scholars may live to be our presidents And then realizing that it would never do to slight the girls he turned to the other side of the room and said embarrass ment And these me see these girls may live to be our cooks Yonkers Statesman A Secondary Victim Bobbs What makes you so know you drank it do not But Nobbs has just stopped drinking it and he on detailing his sensations to me every time I see him Baltimore American Psychological Do you believe in the power of mind over matter asked the mystical man Xo answered the practical friend I believe in the power of matter over mind I have known a dull insensate tack hammer by one swift rap on the thumb to make that he had not thought of for years Washington Star He Was Your husband seems to be making a large and unique collection of books remarked the caller looking with interest at the costly arraj of rare volumes on the library shelves Yes replied Mrs Gaswell with wellbred indifference I believe he becomes more bibulous every day he lives Chicago Tribune Tough Luck only to His Wife Have him object to your fee No drop dead when he saw my bill Life Frozen Animnnltlon Ships can now go to sea with frozen ammunition A method of utilizing liquefied air on warships has been dis covered which will render the explosion of a magazine even when the ship is in action almost impossible The meth od is to so place the liquid air that it will freeze the ammunition to several hundred degrees below zero In thai condition it could not explode even iJ a shell should burst in the magazine Science A Notable Old Settler Our notion of a really notable old settler is an old settler who never had a chance to buy the present site of Chicago for ten dollars Detroit Journal isit replied just jerk ovating ground andon therewith Gardiner adding winter medicine drugstore Remedy since tru withsome girlslet nervous DobbsCoffeeBobbsI DobbsI insists a man things patient cropS bud say I U vat painleii Sold byall best Drneeisti Sect by Motherhood m book for and girls mailed free c IU- CI I wcea Julias Ralph Adiritu That Tfaelv Lot I Not Without It Julian Ralph confesses in Century that he has been converted from the opinion that the life of a war corre is not dangerous one He says Just before I went to the war in South Africa I was asked by the ed itor of a London magazine to write about war correspondents and their work What I wrote was in criticism of those of my occasional comrades who appear to fancy it a clever thing to put themselves in danger of death on the battlefield find who afterward write about one anothers sensational performances as if these reflected glory upon them and their profession I have not changed my mind about the behavior of those who try to share the experience of the private soldier thus bringing themselves to his rank and needlessly jeopardizing their usefulness to the public in flat violation of the trust reposed in them by their employers I have since been the companion of a man who honestly believed it his duty to enter a battle elbow to elbow with the private in order as he said that be might know the temper of the Tom mies and the conditions under which they were fighting My opinion re main the same not because this brave gentleman was disabled in the very first battle and had to leave the war but because he is a man apart from those I born soldier first of all and a modest sober earnest workman who never took or asked for credit beyond that which his published reports gained for him But I believe that in the London magazine I said that it was not neces sary for a war correspondent to incur danger on the battlefield I have that opinion It makes me laugh at myself when I put side by side the view I then held and the I have since gained To return to the artist who nothing but a chance to do his duty He succeeded at Belmont but at the battle of Graspan after estab Ijfthing himself in a nice safe and commanding position he found in half an hour amid such a hail of bullets that it seemed as if all JJoerdom had singled him out for a mark for its concentrated desire for slaughter He lay still with becoming dignity and found himself alive at the end of the and re solved with all the strength of his will never again while he lived to mix his body up with flying bullets At Modder river in some manner which I have forgotten he was sud denly pursued by shells and flying shrapnel and made his way out of that danger only to find himself such Mauser re that the bullets came in rf pas It was fun to hear him talk about the duty of after this second experi ence To begin with his was a round chubby face lit by steady gray eyes and he had a way of merely mention ing his own experiences incidentally j with a gravity too droll to be either described in words or listened to without merriment He canvassed the corps of correspondents at short intervals and reported to each ono that all the rest were resolved with him never to get under fire again And then came the fight at MagersfonteinThere the advance in black night then the grayish threat of dawn then the hellish fusil lade from the Boer trenches at the Highlanders only a few riflelengths away After that the panic the con fusion confounded the awful drop ping of scores upon scores of dead men the reeling of ever so many wounded the stampede to the rear the shouting of the officers trying to restore order And finally there was the artist tousled mudstained breathless but still with the same round cherubic face and the same grave wellconsidered speech He was coming out of the jaws of death He had been in the thick of the hell which for a minute or two daunted the tigers of the British army WILD TAME GOATS A Herd of MilkWhite Tb Makes Its Home in Colorado In favoring conditions it takes but a very few jears for the most thorough ly domesticated animals to relapse inti the wildness of their prehistoric Among the San Juan moun tains in southwestern Colorado then lives of milk white goats whosi gives striking illustration of this fact says Youths Companion Thirty years ago the progenitors these goats were the pets of old Julei BauMier a FrenchCanadian who lived a hermit in these mountains Here hi trapped and hunted his only ions of wild goats he had bough during one of his infrequent visits tc the little town of Durango in the The goats multiplied rapidly few years the old Frenchman himself the shepherd of a numeroui flock At last he died and from that day hh goats knew no man save as an enemy They lingered about the lonely cabir for weeks bleating in bewilderment al their masters long absence One daj a party of hunters came up the trail and the goats happy at the thought o human companionship once more ran to meet them There was a fusilladi of shots and before the astonished learned the meaning of the noise nearly half their number were dead The survivors fled in terror to the depths of the forest Since that lay few of them have evei been seen within gunshot of a man Those who are familiar with the say that not even the Rocky Mountain sheep which have been wild things from time immemorial are so shy and wary as the offspring of pld Jules Baulliers pets Explosive Spirits of Ammonia The fact that spirits of ammonia and wood alcohol are both apt to explode in hot weather is not generally known A miner who recently picked up his bottle of ammonia to use for a wasf sting had one eye permanently injured by the explosion of the ammonia shaking the bottle preparatory to ap plying it to the sting Chicago Chron icle r i I j 1 i q i WAR t RRE OihENTB RISKS f I spondent soldiers I criticisea altered experience wanted himself fightalive under correspondents I andrainy Anima ancestors I aherd widness I com pan apair valley anti faa animals mountains c 7 ii Dravb1ika L Southwestern four IC lItwb you replied ficiah Theres no tryhexplain them i are quite wrong there There The only difficulty stood Wastoington Star He tlndcrstood must be a great responsibility said the young man to undertake to direct the movements of the ship of state through all the tempests and currents of the years j Senator Sorghum looked dazed for an instant and then responded yes I understand you you mean when a man once embarks in politics theres no telling where he is going to j land Washington Star The Golden Mean When youthful May was to the altar led By wealthy old December every friend Declared that wisely had the maiden wed They thought his means had Justified end Chicago Record DRIVEN TO IT I I I iJ ta ot gol b lYany nt91 all aciesoUince manu the nothing easier in the world toxplalU them istha the explanation cant be under hIt ex auto Tri7 si111 tiiii jhitlIrred t plain the use of than t 0 th Bunco Bill I hate ter have do it farmer but since the ccito pers showed us up so much the only way we kin sell go fcks N Y World Happy Retort Now dont gimme any about misfortune an wantin to L a hard worker all that said tle hard faced lady I can see right Through you I Gee said Dismal Dawson knowed I aint had nothin to eat for three days but I didnt know it had thinned me down like that Indian polls Press A Knowing How many pounds are there ton asked the teacher And ihe timid cleanfaced boy with a patch in his trousers timidly sug gested It depends a good deal on where you buy your coal doesnt it Washington Star Metaphysical Upguardson Habit to me Is the strongest thing in the world Atom I dont know Lack of habit may be stronger For example I could quit smoking a great deal easier than I could learn to smoke the kind of cigars you Tribune Rich Mans Jack I say Flo dad says he that old boy when he hadnt a phirt to his back and now he has thou sands gracious How extrava gant Maud And how Somewhat Divided Mrs did you succeed in finding out the new neighbors by theii wash- I Mrs Tibbs No I am stumped The wife wears a good deal of silkwear but the old man wears red flannels Chicago Daily News lie Ought to Succeed Rave you heard that Turnabout againNoLivery Well he cpnt complain of not on a stable basis this time Chicago TimesHerald Decorative Difficulties This newspaper says it isnt for a welldressed woman to wear too many rings Of course not the impossibility is for a welldressed woman to get as many rings as she Record Why Willie Fought Willies hear you have been fighting with one of those boys next door and given him a black eye Willie Yessem You see theys wins an I wanted some way to tell em Enquirer A Conversational Habit Miggs is a man of few words isnt he Yes he hasnt much of a vocabu lary but gracious he can reiterate until the cows come Up to a black sheep in every family dont you make your family an exception to the rule Brooklyn Life Clear Enough Lets see have they read your Davids will yet Didnt you hear my wife refer to him a few moments ago as an old skin flint Chicago TimesHerald She Is Rarely Silent Mrs Benham Woman suffers in Benham Then the average woman doesnt suffer much Brooklyn Life A Poor Choice Mother said the yearold Poland China as he looked up from the slop trough which would you rather do be ground up into country sausages and spiced with sage or be made into a apd kicked all over the foot ball field Indianapolis News Saving Herself He Why so quiet dear I havent heard you open your mouth hardly once today She Oh Im saying myself for the whist party tonight Yonkers States J tan j 1 j J s t se g n Lad itseems I useChicago Burden remembers FloGood hotTitBits GibbsWell being possible wantsChicago MammaI apartCincinnati homeIndian Him GeraldTheres GeraldineWhy Uncle silence c I I I I h a tern inS polis Journal p 4 i OF FASHION ftrmfeaU Are Popular 1m ta Department of Small Cue tamea Variations in childrens gowns out from time to time even thoug they are very slight and small girls rival their mothers in their ambition to keep up to date says the New York Sun The longnvaisted mode in which the waist line rounds down low in front is evident among the gowns for girls over ten years of age and the small gowns for dainty little girls of imitate this fashion as much as pos Bible by having the long waist all around Gimp dresses which never more years of middle age Bolero jackets are very popular in the kingdom of small costumes and the at tempt to produce the effect of stole ends is seen in one little gown where narrow lace revors are carried down the entire length of the front as shown in the Another pretty effect is made by two box plaits in front one at either side from the yoke to the hem and two in the back giving effect to the waiist which is defined with a narrow velvet ending in small vel vet rosettes at either side of the the plaits The skirt gathers on tIle waist between the plaits which are a continuation of those in the waist A sailor collar of lace covers shoulders in the back and opens in front over a yoke of tucked white silk or batiste Soft wool materials make up very pretty in this way In figured French flannel the collar may be made of the same and trimmed with rows of narrow braid or velvet ribbon Skirts of the small gowns are usually plain but the older girls have some sort of trimming either tucks stitched bands ruffles or velvet folds stitched on Thin gowns of point desprit for party wear are variously trimmed with ruches ruffles lace insertion and rows of colored satin ribbon A pretty fea ture of the small girls costume is tht coat and hat to match making each little figure a distinctive bit of color reproducedinand princess coats besides agreat va riety in reefer jackets with plain and fancy collars of velvet and lace Some of the long coats are trimmed with fur even to the extravagant extent of a fur collar and revers and the white and blue bengaline coats trimmed with beaver for the little tots are the of all These are plaited into a yoke which is covered by a collar edged with fur and trimmed with lace Louis XV jackets on cut in turret shape all around the waist the squares falling below the belt in basque effect are one of the latest modes This sort of coat has an embroidered waist coat Pink in all the prettiest shades from Blouses of white silk mull with the fine tucks stitched in with gold thread are worn with the coat and skirt tailor gowns A noocl ionic Mrs Yungwife feebly from the bed Oh dear if I die what will of the children Sister Maria Dont worry about William will get married again a little while Mrs Yungwife briskly Well I aint dead yet Judge Remarkable Prices Miss Paytrone Under the head of Remarkable Prices you advertised sealskin coats at 20 now you ask me 300 Clerk Exactly the prices were and we have marked them up Ohio State Journal Their Peculiarity Mrs may say what you like about the rational dress but you never saw a pair of bloomers that bagged at the knees Dorcas Why my dear they bag all over Judge Fate shot an arrow In the air Nor marked the course on which It sped Then jumping cats How I did swear The blamed thing lit upon my head Philadelphia Press I r I FRILLS That blossom six fortil- lustration long belt front- on apparently th prettiest popular become remarkable DorcasYou thin I C at ANNUAL REPORT OF THE OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER FOR YEAR ENDING DEC RECEIPTS For Fines and forfeitures For Licerues Dog Tax For Tuxes tc For Loan For Root Workhouse Cash on hand Jan 1st 1900 DISBURSEMENTS Salaries of Mayor and ouncil S Attorneys Clerk MnrshalDepty Janitor Printing and Insurance Streets Assessor and Clock Costs and Work House Commissions Atty Treas hanties Sundry expenses 2 Balance in Treas Jan ASSETS LIABILITIES 9 City real estate J278 00 CoLiabilities W IT WHERRITTClk My wife asserts that she saves my life at least once every year Hows that She wont lei me go hunting Chi Record Sure Tlitncr Will you sing for me When I Am Far Away She Yes good night Boston Preventive Dont tell me that worry doesnt good exclaimed Mrs Fret I know better The things I worry about dont happen Puck are the l fatal of all dis II R ad EZJ di ur 31 tiG5 92 1910 0 121 11 Total 7 207 0 14500 100 00 tit fo S 8 00 10529 13 14 3000 3S 83 H 71 1901 9OJ 49 7971 75 Cash in Tress 9 49 A IIUe Journal do- an K DISEASES eases 50 00 75 e iciipt 190 d iii 591 101 xlr 65 841 121 1 iJS749 ago SIEY nic5 OLEY5S KIDNEY CURE is Guaranteed yRemei or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50c and 100 WE GUARANTEEDr Caldwells to cureany case Constipation Indigestion Sick or Trouble when taken according to directions i DR W 3 CALDWELL If after taking twothirds or a fifty cent or dollar bottle it to do as represented we will refund the one bnrchase nririi PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY MONTICELLO ILLINOIS I will stand my HER FORD BULL Rolling Fork No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from on Danville pike c Lancaster N I I A BOON TO MANKIND D TABLERS BUCKEYE a 1iLi CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 5O CENTS JAMES 310 Kortfclbli Strait ST LOUIS STOKIMCJE IMRTJO STOtfcE INTERNALand F BAWRD SlIt PmtriiIGr Ill VORMS n= WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEb 4 MQuAatitj rF i6sTiIiWiiRiISdiioxD BY xx RvGr zrAIlE F ALLARD LouIe J L I 5- SEJDSJ Purchased from i Wimd Cn Produce Paylnjr Crops nnd the most satisfactory results Our Stocks ere the best and we carry the largest assortment Seeds In the Vrgetable Grass Flower Lawn Grass Seeds Seed Potatoes Onion Sets Seed Grain and all the best Forage crops at moderate prices Our New Catalogue is a Dandy Its filecl with information you need insjall crops Besidrs it contain vauahle artices each written by authorities on each subject on Con as Market Car provide you mention this Paper WOOD STU3BS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KY County Court Days Lancaster 4th Monday Paris 1st Monday Richmond 1st Monday Lexington 2nd Monday Stanford 2nd Monday Georgetown 3rd Monday Danville 3rd Monday Nicholasville 3rd Monday Winchester 4th Monday Versailles 4th Monday of Central Vest jField i and- O i abnnl and cultivt- Z k t give l i lscnoi FunS Knights of- F y tIi i as Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights Of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternallv invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S Farm for Sale Will sell privately a cheap farm containing126 acres situated 5H southeast of Lancaster between KIc hmondand Fall Lick pikes All meuts and is well watered convenient to school and church Term made to suit par chaser given 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