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ERE WE KEEP A SHOUTING!
4 J. L. PHOHMAN & CO.
LISTEN" TO "2"0"CT ZDOXjIL-S.
W BARE SELLING THE BEST GOODS FOR THE MONEY. ALL OUR GOODS ARE GUARANTEED
Men's Fine Suits
from $5 to$18.
Best Workmanship, Style, Fit.
Men's Pine Dress
Storm Overcoats, Top Coats.
Same for Boys and Children.
J. L FROHMAN&CO;
Have you Seen our Bargain Window?
Stop and look at the prices and you will be sure to come in and buy.
Ribbons that Vere socts now go at 25cts.
40ct Ribbons have been reduced to 20cts and so on.
$1.50 Fancy Fetfhers for 75cts. $1.25 Fancy Feathers now go at 50c.
75c Fancy Feathers now go at 25cts. Nice Felt Hats socts. Sailors
t50Cts, Walking ttats socts. Baby Caps lrom 25cts to 75cts. Rem
nants of Ribbonsjsilks, Satins, Veilings Etc., at a mere trifle. Come
in, we take pleasu-e in showing our goods. .
'Phone 85 Respectfully,
FRIDAY, Dccemfcr 3G 1898
l PERSOrf L. I
Dr. James W.Grant kin Jit Ver.
Sion on business.
Miss Elisa Lusk is at h office again,
after a few days illness,
Miss Jennie Gulley has feen vi-iting
Misses Addie and B-Ttha irnside.
Misses Kate ana buuie nton, are
visitine their sister, Mrs. tor Lear.
' Hon. Robert Harding, olDanyille,
attended circuit court here Vlnesday.
Mrs. Price Grant, 01 JJafclle, has
been visiting her mother, Mrillarriet
Miss Susie Maupin, of RicHpnd, is
visitinir her sister, Mrs. Josep or-
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ford, Bry-
antsville. are visiting her fatht Dr.
Mrs. Elbert Smith, of Jcllico,
is the guest of her mother, MrsAfco.
W. G. Brown, of Chicago, has
the guest of his father, Judge
Mrs. iiizzie nays, 01 oiamora, s
liere visitine her sister, Mrs. WTa
Miss Alice Hudson has retur;
from a visit to Miss Steele, near Ni
Miss Mary Cash, of Stanford, is
1 ing entertained by Miss Florence Ha
ris this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Miller, of NichoU
lnsville, have been visiting Mr. andtjuecn o Jlearts. Grace Kinnaird, Red
Mrs. Jacob Joseph.
, Mr. Crockel, editor of the Penticostal
Herald, of Louisville, has been in the
city for a few days.
John Slaughter and little sister, 01
lie, of Boyle, visited Miss Julia Mae
Gaines the past week.
Miss Bessie Burnside returned Mon
day from a pleasant visit to Lebanon,
Louisville and Stanford.
" Rev. Henry Faulconer and wife.
ve been spending several days with
W. -B. Mason and family.
, Miss Bettie Powell, after a visit to
her cousin, Miss Lizzie Thompson, has
returned to her home in Hustonville,
Mr. Mike Kennedy and wife, of Crab
Orchard have taken- charge of the Sut
ton farm in Lower Garrard for next
j Mr. Millard Rout is confined to his
bed with rheumatism. Dr. Webb, of
Lexington, has been with him several
Miss Eugenia Bush was tendered a
surprise party Saturday evening at the
residence of her father, Dr. Bush, on
Hiss Pearl Holcomb, the attractive
and pretty visitor of Miss Florence
iris, returned to her home in Eliza
Mr. Alex West and Mrs. W. M. Lear.
of Lancaster, spent-Saturday and Sun
day with Mrs.' Chas. F. Denman.
Mr. John M. Higginbotham and at
torney, W. McC Johnston have return
ed from Louisville, where they went
to look after the Johnson case, men
tion of which is made elsewhere.
Lt. John M, Farra and Major James
A. Burnside went to Louisville this
week to see that the Legion was prop
erly welcomed. Many others intended
to go but the miserable weather bluff
e 1 them.
Gen. D TL Collier is confined to his
room by asthma.
Miss Julia Rcid was reported some
better today, but is still in a critical
Miss Jaynie Shumate attended the
marriage of her sister in Danville,
John L. Anderson, of Washington
City, was called to the bjdside of his
father, Mr. Wm. n. Anderson, who is
Miss Olivia Sweeney and George
Palmer drove over to Danville Wed
nesday to attend the marriage of Miss
ICatherine Shumate to Eid. E. V. Spi
cer, of Seliha, Ala.
The Social Club met with Miss Mae
Hughes Wednesday afternoon. A very
enjoyable time was spent Music by
the president aud a selection by Miss
Alice Hudson. The following mem
bers were present: Misses Nellie
Marrs. Altie and Bessie Marksbury,
Mae Hughes, Lillian Kinnaird, Fannie
Collier, Grace Kinnaird, Julia Mae
Gaines, Maggie Tomlinson, Eugenia
Bush, Carrie Currey, Mattie Elkin,
Alice Hudson, Mrs. A. H. Rice, Mrs R.
Kinnaird and Mrs. Louis Landram.
The club will meet with Miss Elisa
Lusk- next Wednesday afternoon at
The most enjoyable social of the
pist week was the masquerade party
given by Miss Julia Mae Gaines at her
home on Lexington avenue. The fol
lowing guests were' present: Misses
Olivia Sweeney, Queen; Florence Har
ris, Nun; Mary Cash, Lady of theLake;
Pearl Holcomb, Nun; Mabel Royston,
IWiilmv; T.nln. Prraham. Tonsv: Lillie
, Washflr.iraman. Nannie Harris.
iding Hood; Mattie Thompson, Lib-
ty; Bessie Marksbury, Flower Girl;
lia Mae Gaines, Maud Muller; Al-
ta Anderson, Eugenia Bush and
gie lomunson, visitors, Messrs.
lb Ilerndon. cook: Herbert Kinnaird
negro woman; Frank Marksbury
ollmother Hubbard; Henry Simpson,
SuVmer Dude: Louis West, Lame
Mi Will Walker, Rastus; Jesse Wal
deaKing; Allen Hiatt, Jack the Rip
perllohn Mount, Winter; Jno Slaugh
ter, tat Man; Randolph Harris, Little
LortVauntleroy; Ernest Brown, San
ta Clbs: Will Embry, Dancing Mas
ter; led Frisbie, Fisher Herring, Ei.
Gaineiand Harry Robinson, Beaux of
TwtTolntert Questions Answered
Whatls the use of making a better
article tkn your competitor if you can
not get Lbatter price for it?
Ans. there is no difference in the
price, tiejmblic will buy only the bet
ter, so ,m wliue our p routs may oe
smaller on" a single sale they will be
much grater in the aggregate.
How cjn'jfu get the public to know
If both articles are brought promi
nently before the public both are cer.
tain to be vied and the public will ve
ry quickly bass judgment on them and
use only th better one.
This explaas the large sale on Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. The people
have been using it for years and have
found that i can always be densnded
upon. They "pay occasionally take up
with some fashionable novelty put
forth with exaggerated claims, but
are certain to V-ettfrn to the one reme
dy that they kow to be reliable, and
for coughs, cdlds and croup there is
nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, For sale by R. E. McRob
erts, Druggist. -, lm '
Men's Odd Pants,
at every price.
Warranted Never to Kip.
Pull Dress Shirts,
Stylish Colored Shirts.
Best TJnlaundered Shirts, 50c.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Bum,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arni
ca Salve, -the bast in the world, will
kill the pain and promptly heal it
Cures O'.d Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers,
Boi's, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup-'
tions. lisst Pile cure on earth. Only
2J?cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold
by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm
In Love aud Memory
of Mrs. J. W. Poor, whodepartecL.tbis
life December 7th at half past, two.
In our home we stood silently, help
lessly by and with uching hearts
watched the pure spirit of one of God's
Angels on earth pass into the silent
beyond, that bourne from whenca no
traveler evjr returns". Yet ere her
pure spirit winged its way to Heaven
she was given the power which is given
to :ew to give assurance to her friends
that while her body lingered in our
sight yet her soul was so far in the
Heavenly realms that she wa3 in spirit
with her loved and lost while her body
was with her family on earth. With
her sons and mother she was gather
ing the flowers and fruit she so well
had earned by hr life of labor for
others. Her husband has lost god's
best gift to man, a good wife; we, her
children, our best and truest friend, a
pure kind loving mother.
No selfish love would call her back
to a life of untold pain and suffering
though our hearts ache for a sight of
her dear kind face, and a touch of her
ministering hand. Sleep well, dear
mother's form, for your soul is safe wit'.i
its maker and oaly awaits its resurrec
tion morning. Already you have heard
on the other shore the welcome p'au
dit "well done thou good and faithful
servant, possess the Kingdom prepare 1
for you." How happy her end.
In a house not make with hands,
eternal in the Heavens we know she
awaits us. We know the vase is
broken but ' the scent o the r :sr s cling
to it still" and the blessing of havi ng
had so sainted a mother is ours and
time cannot change this memory.
So loves and hopes: must wither and decay,
The light and joy and song of home depart,
And missing be the forms we oft hare pressed
No life but knows its chill November day
Nor In this world was ever there a heart,
That did not hold In giief its empty nest.
The Eagle, King of All Birds.
is noted for its keen sight, clear and
distinct vision. So are thbse persons
who use Sutherland's Eagla Eye Salve
for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any
kind or granulated lids. Sold at25cts.
McRoberts Drug Store.
That Sparrow Affray.
Marcellus, Ky. Dac. 12, 1898
I have noticed in your yaluable paper
the trouble now at hand between Judge
M. D. Hughes and "X Y. Z." This
may be overlooked by some of our cit
izens and allowed to drift along until
all our standing army will be over
worked in trying to stop the trouble.
Most of the people in my neck of the
woods are christians and peacable
folks, and have gone through with la-
grippe, 4oct wheat, tollgate trouble,
Spanish war and many other hard
ships, but if we are threatened with
this new disturbance what it may
come to is the question now most ex
citing our people. In his letter Judge
Hughes threatens more than the people
can stand he boldly threatens to open
up on "X. Y. Z." with everyjlawyer in
Lancaster. Just. think of that! That
would ba a terrible calamity, for we
have all noticed that whenever ONE
lawyer starts at anyone that is the last
of that person. The shock caused by
this terrible disturbance between the
two gentlemen has so affected the
people of this community that I feel
it my duty to try in some way to bring
abouc a settlement and let the nation
get quiet once more. War is truly
horrible, but in all its bloody work, it
will not be a patching to the weeping,
wailing and gnashing of teeth caused
by this trouble if the law-abiding,
peace-loving citizens dont take- a hand
and sea that these men are made to lay
down their arms and cease hostilities
Coughed 85 Years.
I suffered for 25 years with a coujh,
and spent hundreds of dollars with
doctors and for medicine to no avail
until I used Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon-.
ey. This remedy makes weak lungs
strong. It has.saved my life. J. B.
RoselL Grantsburg, IlL McRoberts
Bjys guns, skatea; and animation
2t o it- aasemen
Words in Memory.
I visited Lancaster last August and
as an old friend, visited Mrs.Greenlea',
and found her quite feeble in body.but
in mind and memory I could see but
little change from former years. I
have known her for the last 50 years,
and for twenty-five years lived a next
door neighbor to her and know that
she was, ready at all times to wait on
the sick and suffering. My object in
this communication was simply to in
dorse the remarks of Elder Geo. Gow
en as to her christian character. Peace
to her ashes. N. Sandifkr.
The bad weather cut the usual crovi
nearly half Monday, but those who
came seemed hungry for cattle. AU of
the 150 on the market changed hands,
four cents being the best price. Butch
er cattle sold at 2 1-2 to 3 1-4. Mules
anl plug horses were dull. Journal.
- Soaking, healing, cleansing, Dj
.Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the impla
cable enemy of sores, burns and
wounds. It never fails to cure Piles.
You may rely upon it At Stormes'
Drug Store. . lm.
The Madi3onville Hustler talks out
in mectin' as follows: "We do not say
it in a way of faultfinding, neither as
a slur upon any church or on Christi
anity, but there is no doubt that we
have in the world too many Sassafras
Christians. It may be that there are
those who do not know what kind or a
Christian a Sassafras Christain is. We
will expl dn: Every farmer who uses
wood well knows that when a lot of
sa?sa"ras pieces of wood are put togeth
er and fire set to them that the wood
will blaze, pop ani make such a noise
that it would seem that the world was
on fire. But separate the pieces and
in less than five minutes the fire has
gone out. the crackling has ceased and
the whole thing is as cool as if no blaze
had ever existed. Many professed
Christians are the same way. When
they are together ia a protracted ef
fort they are warm, they get hot, they
make a noise, and to the looker on one
would suppose that there was enough
religion on hand to fire the world: but
as soon as the mambars seperate, like
the sassafras chunk, they cease to
burn or blaze. Such people are Sassa
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy can always be de
pended upon and is pleasant and safe
to take. Sold by R. E. McRoberts,
Messrs Isaac Montgomery and John
Onstott are very ill at this writing.
Landram BurJett, who has been ve
ry low with feyer, is improving rap
Mr. James Johnson closed a ten
days singing school at this place Sun
day. A Christmas tree will be given by
the young folks of this vicinity, at
Mt Hebron school house in the after
noon of the 24th inst, beginning at
one o'clock. All are most cordially
invited to attend.
Mr. Editor, please say to the people,
through your columns that it snowed
Late to bed and early to rise, pre
pares a man for his home in the skies.
But early to bed and a Little Early
Riser, the pill that makes life longer
and better and wiser. At Stormes
Miss A. E Scott returned Siturday,
from Burgin, where she spent several
days with her brother. Miss Iva John
son returned to her home in Jessa
mine, Sunday. Mr, Samuel Duncan
gave a social Saturday evening in hon
or of his guests. Miss Iva Johnson and
Messrs. James Braiden and Preston
Cox. All report an enjoyable time.
Misses Belle Allen and Edith Mont
gomery were the pleasant guests of
E lna Scott, Saturday night
Dr. J. C Bishop, of Agnew, Mich.,
says; I have used Foley's Honey and
.Tur in three very severe cases of pneu
monia the past month with good re
sults." Call at any drug store. lm
Of 41 am CUBAN RELIEF cares
r IlllllCrS CoIic Neuralgia and Toothache
vin flTe minutes. SonrStomach
tad BuuBor Complaints. Price, 25 Cents.
Cotton, Wool, Fleece-lined,
Balbriggan Union Suits
for Men and Boys.
Dress Shoes, Work Shoes,
Farm Shoes, at Low prices.
Call, see them and Save Money
S. Morgan has two good milk cows
Salt for sale at Sweeney at 1.72 per
barrel, also .boards and shingles lor
Messrs Ed Perkins and sister, Miss
Jennie, of Marksbury, attended the
Overcome evil with goodl Overcome
your coughs and colds with Oae Min
ute Cough Cure. It is so good children
cry for it It cures croup, bronchitis
pneutnonii, grippe and all throat and
lung diseases. At Stormes' Drug
S. Morgan bought from different
parties 403 bbls of corn at SI 00 per
barrel, also bought of Thos. Stone 12
head of cattle at S2 90 per hundred 20
from O. B. Perkins at 3cts and 12 from
J. F. Pettm at same price, also sold to
B. F. Robinson 32 head of hogs at Si.
80 cts per hundred
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Housa and Mr.
and Mrs Loyd Bourne spent Sunday
with relatives at Pettis. Mr. J. F.
Smith and family, of Crab Orchard
have moved to this vicinity. Mrs. An
drew Thompson, of Preachersville and
Mrs. W. H. Brown spent Sunday with
M. and Mrs. Dave Thompson
Weak Eyes Are Made Strong,
dim vision made clear, styes removed
and granulated lids or sore eyes of any
kind speedily and effectually cured by
the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye
salve. Ii's put up in tubes, and sold
on a guirantee at McRoberts Drug
John Cottongin is building on the
School closed at Lawson schoolhouse
Friday, Dec 9:h.
W. II. Furr has put up a Photo. Gal
lery at his place of business.
On the 7th occurred the wedding of
Mr. Holland Rose and Miss Nannie
Bolton, at the home of the bride. Rev.
Mcllutchins solemnized the affair,
W. H. Furr bought three loads of
corn of Mrs James Hutchins, at SI per
barreL He also bought several loads
of corn at SI-10 delivered from other
partijs. He also bought a fine hog of
Doc Lunt, for S3 5 J.
Dr. R. Farris is visitinir in Rockcas
tle county. Mrs. Mary Furr and
daughter, Clemma, are visiting rela
tives in, Indiana. Clyde McCarty spent
Sunday" in the city of Berea, with C I.
I AM 88 YEARS OLD, and never nsed
any remeuy equui to ur. iicu a 'ine-1 ax.
Honey. It Rives quick and permanent relief
tn grip as well aa coughs and colds. It makes
eak I nnes strong. Mn. H. A. Vetodts,
DIAMONDS, STERLING ARTICLCS,
O. N. MCDONNELL, Jeweler and Optician,
DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY.
New Styles Up -
Suits Made to Order here
at our Store.
Umbrellas, Canes, Night Robes
Bath Robes, Holiday Goods
MARSHAL'S SALE FOR
I will on January the 7th, 1S09 sell
to the highest bidder in front of the
Court House in Lancaster, Ky., the
following property for city taxes for
the jrear 18'JS.
Arnold, V. A. Gar Hrs. 1 lot J 3 2
Hoyle, It. 1 lot 5 fa
Boyle, Henry 2 loti . 2 to
Beazley. Mrs George s
Cunningham, Mrs. Mary, 2 lots 1 57
Doors. Jaa E. 1 lot 5 y."
Grant. Dr J. W., I lot, 6 is
Hamilton, J I., 1 lot 8
Hood, Miss Emma, 1 lot, 5
Miller. W S ,2 lots 11 bs
Marrs, Mrs. Margaret, 1 lot 5 52
Moss, R M., ! acres C 65
Singleton, Hun. 1 lot 3 72
Shea, John, 1 lot - .1,
Wprtham, Smith, 1 lot 4 :i"
Wherritt, Tom, 1 lot 5 7S
Buford. Gran, 2 lots 2 25
Cunlngham, Bony, 1 lot :::'"
Dunn, Ben. 1 lot ' so
Gates Heirs, 1 lot 1 02
Huffman, Sylvia, 1 lot 1 07
Kemper, Stephen, 1 lot 3 10
Leavell, Nick 1 lot 2 39
Mullins, Harry, 1 lot 2 30
MIddleton. Ed., 1 lot 2 73
Maupin, Bill, 1 lot 1 97
Mcltobeits, KIz, 1 lot 1 25
Tellman. Jo, 1 lot 1 07
IMchic.Edmond, 1 lot 2 30
Simpson, Jack, 1 lot 2 SO
Schooler, Martha. 1 lot 1 38
Thomas Alec, 1 1 it 2 15
Yantis Lewis, 1 lot 2 40
E. M. WALKER, M. C. L.
James II. Gastineau Dead.
James II. Gastineau, a prominent
farmer near Point Leavell, died San
day, from hemorrhage. Deceased was
near his fiftieth year, and was highly
respected by all who knew him. The
remains were interred in the Lancas.
ter Cemetery Tuesday. He leaves a
wi'e and five children, who have the
sympathy of many friends.
is the forerunner to consumption. Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will cure it, and
give such strength to the lungs that a
cough or a cold will not settle there.
Twentj'-five cents at McRoberts Drug
Shivering in Ills Tent.
The Record received a long letter
from Serg't Fred Conn, who is now
stationed at Savannah, Ga. He is a
member of Co. M., 2nd La. Vols. He
says while the days are quite pleas
ant, yet the nights make one's teeth
chatter loud enough to disturb the
sleeping of those about him.
"Ring out the old Ring in the new
Sing out the falsa Ring in the true "
We bring to you the new and true from the
piney forests of Norway
Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by
science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive
Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces
of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes.
The sore, weary cough-worn Lungs are exhila
rated ; the microbe-bearing mucus is cut out ; the
cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed
membranes are healed and soothed so that there
is no inclination to cough.
SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS
Bottlas Only. 25c, 60o. and $1.00 Sfzei
BE SURE YOU GET
Dr. Bill's Pfnt-Tar-lMtjr
to - date Stuff.
W. H. LACKEY,
Successor to Lackey & Gulley.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
X3r. R. E-Didsiein,
the well-fcnown optician will he at the
Monday, January 2 1898.
Returning one ihj eaeh month. Eyes
examined end glasses scientifically ad
flTffiS NATIONAL BANK,
U OF LA30A3TEB. ST.
Careful and rrompt Attention Guaranteed
J. IT. lliGsiNBOiHAM Fiesldeni
LEWia Y. Latell Vice-President
B. F. Hudsou Cashier
W. O. Eiosxt -Assistant Cash'
C. D. Walkes Bookkeeper
J. S. Johnson,
Lewis Y. Leatill,
T. 31. Arnold,
Jacob Y. Robinson.
Indianapolis, Peoria and
Trains leave Seventh Street Station
and First Street Station.
City Ticket Ofiice, 21S Fourth Avenue
S. J. GATES.
General Agent Passenger Dep't
Queen & Crescent ltoute.
Knmber 10 (Dally except Snuday)....6:f9 a. m.
Numbers (Daily except Sunday).... 1:43 p.m
Number 4 (Dally) Flag 3:48 a. m.
Knmber 3 (don't a top) 4 :17 p. m
Nnmber 1 (don't atop) .ll-:42 a. m.
Number 5 (Dally except Sunday). ...11 :10 a. m.
Number 9 ( Dally except Sunday) 7-m p.m.
Number 3 (Midnight Hag) 11:42 p jn.
I have purchased the Wal
ker stable and am prepared
to furnish the
Very Best Rigs "
on the shortest notice.
Special attention given Com
An election' for Directors of the National
Bank of Lancaster to strve the ensuing year
will beheld at the Banking Honse in Lancas
ter Ky. on the 2nd Tuesday (10th day) of Jan
uary 1899 between the houT3 of 10 a m to 1pm.
ffra.H. Kinnaird, Cash'r.
There will be a meeting of the shareholders
of the Citizens National Bank held In their of
fice in Lancaster, Ky., between the hours of 10
o'clock a. m., and 2 o'clock p. m., Tuesday
January 10th, 1899, for the purpose of electing
a Board of Directors to serve the ensuing year
Decs', 1893. B. F. Hudson, Cash'r