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NEW DRUG STORE.
"We are supplied with the most complete and modern stocks of
Drugs to be found in Central Kentucky. "We will open our
Saturday, December 16th,
atid invite you to call and look at our Elegant lines of Holiday
Goods. We make a spscialty of Cut Glass and Sterling Silver
Articles, and call especial attention to quality and price.
COur prescription department is in charge of Mr. Schenck, a
"Registered Druggist, of many years experience. Nothing but
the purest drugs used.
"We have a select line of Cigars and Tobaccos, and a complete
line of Druggists Sundries.
THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1899
$ A$OUT PEOPLE. I
Mrs. A. IL Rice is in Danville vis
Miss Tevis Carpenter, of Stanford.
- is the guest of Miss Eugenia Bush.
Komer Batson is at home from Ann
Aarbor, Mich., to spend the holidays.
Mr. John Mount, of Anchorage,
- the guest of his uncle, Mr. It. E. Mc
Roberts. Mr. R. Graham Price and wife, of
Danville, have been Mi's. Martha Fris
Mrs. Wooldridge and daughter, Miss
Mary have returned to their home in
Miss Florence Harris is at home
again from a delightful visit to friends
Mrs. Mollie Patterson, and daughter
Mary, 'of Lexington, is visiting Mrs.
O. G. Speaks.
Mr. Alex West has been visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Charles Denman, in
Mr. D. B. Edmiston, of Crab Orch
ard, is U. S. Storekeeper at Pilgrim
Miss Sadie Fogg, of Lexington, has
been the charming guest of Miss Mag
W. D. Terrill and family, of Lorella,
3Cy., have been the guests of J. L.
Jarvis and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bookout left Monday
for Bowling Green, where they will
reside in the future.
The Social and Industrial Club was
entertained Wednesday afternoon by
Mrs. Mollie Young.
Misses Nannie and Daisy Pope and
Miss Maggie Jackson of Barboursville, :
is visiting jars, w. n. onuiu.
Mrs. Samuel Wooldridge and daugh
ter, Miss Mary Harvy, left Monday for
their home in Denver, Colorado.
Mr. W. S. Rand, of Hotel Rand,
Vine and Race sts., Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with his friend. J. H. Sympson.
lion. M. F. North, of Ilustonville,
who is a candidate for clerk of the
House of Representatives, was here
Earnest Brown has recovered suf-
! fieientlv from his recent illness to
I work behind the counter, of the Lo-
gan Dry Goods Co.
Judge Joe Robinson and wife left
Friday for Columbus. Ga., where they
will spend a few weeks before going to
Florida for the winter,
The friends of Miss Mary Wooldridge
wnrfi entertained by her Saturday
evening, the occasion being her good
bye before leaving for home.
Bradford Jcnnines has returned
from a few days visit to Knoxville,
Tenn. He accented a position as
trsivelintr salesman for a firm in that
Gov. AV. O. Bradley is expected home
s.l today. Tim Rkcokd will give a re
ioon as we can catcli him still long
iiiough to interview lnm
Stanford Journal. Misses Mary and
Dorcas Leavell, of Garrard, were here
vftstordav en route to Corbin to visit
Mrs. James Francis John B. Rife
will move to Lancaster Jan. 1.
Mr. Schenck, prescription clerk at
Frisbies Pharmacy, was taken swiucn
Iv ill Friday, and it was feared he had
nneumonia. but by cateful attention
he has about passed the danger point
At the hop Thursday night, Saxton's
orchestra n aved a two-step written
by Mrs. Levin, of Lexington, and ded
it'Mted to the L. A. C. of that city.
The niece was heartily applauded and
was repeated. It is one of the pret
tiest two-steps of the day.
Ttanvillc Advocate: Hon. John W.
Yerkes was in Washington last week
to attend the meeting of the Jvepub
lican National Committee Mr. and
Mrs. Henry E. Woolfolk and Mr. Spil
man readied Boca, safe and sound, on
the (ith, after a vaxatious delay in the
sailing of their ship.
Dr. Jas. B. Kinnaird has returned
from several weeks' sojourn in New
York City and Philadelphia. He went
to attend a special course of lectures
in each city. "Doc" certainly believes
in keeping abreast of the times, and
goes every year or two the learn all
the new points in his profession.
While in this city, Gov. Bob Taylor
spoke to the writer in the highest
terms of Col. Baxter Smith, of Nash
ville, who has many relatives and
friends in this county. He said no
purer or more polished gentleman
lived than Col. Smith, and that no one
stood higher where he was known.
Mrs. W. O. Bradley and daughter,
Christine, returned from Frankfort
Friday, and have taken possessson of
their residence on Lexington street.
A Fair Proposition for
It will do you Good to Investigate
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, we Propose to
YOU not for your hand, but for every cent that you may spend for goods in
our line. Ten car loads of fruits, nuts and candies has been shipped to our 59
retail stores and slaughtered at the following Special Prices.
Pure gum drops, assorted flavors, fresh and soft, per pound .5c
"Our Daisy" French mixed candy, is a snap, per pound at ic
Pure stick candy, all flavors, per pound 'ic
Nice caramel, all flavors, per pound tuc
Finest chocolate cream drops, per pound luc
Finest homemade creams, per pound lj-c
"Yucatan" chewing gum, 3 packages for NJc
50 other varieties sold accordingly. . , . ,
You must see our candies to appreciate their low price and high quality.
Mixed nuts, per pound All fresh, sweet and juicy -Ipc
New and large cocoanuts, each 5 an d i c
New Taragona Almonds, per pound -0c
New Texas pecans, per pound f 12c
New Brazil nuts, per pound 9C
New Filberts, per pound 'c
New English walnuts, per pound 1C
. Fresh roasted peanuts, per quart 50
Oranges, sweet and five flavor, per dozen 20c up
Finest Aspinwal bananas, richest flavor and yellow as gold, at rock bottom
prices, according to size.
Fancy Messina lemons, per doz 20c
Finest Northern apples, forty different varieties.from 35c a peck, up.
All kinds of grapes at less than retailers cost.
Finest London layer raisins, per pound 15e
Nice cooking raisins, per pound 8ic
New Leghorn Citron, per pound 18c
New cleaned currants, strictly fancy, per pound 10c
New seedless raisins, per pound 12ic
rVimmlt.tx! nf f!hnrilio5 Krlinnla nr Sfw.ift.ips. when Wiint.inir larce nunn-
wil1 do wel1 to Set our sPecial Discount before placing their orders.
lioiu mis lor your guiue, iuu visiu our oturu wucLiicr yuu uuv ur nuu.
These prices are for present supply only. Buy now, as the indications
point to a heavy advance on all Christmas goods.
See our line of Fancy OliveSjyPickels, Sauer Kraut, Pickled Pigs
Feet, Catsups, Table Sauce, Canned Meats etc. Strictly Fancy Balti
more Oysters, Cape Cod Cranberries, and choicest Kalamazoo Celery.
The Bine Grass Grocery Co.,
They speak in the h'ghest terms of
the courtesies shown them by the peo
ple of Fraukfort, and leave many
warm friends there. They are glad,
however, to get back to their old
Those having friends visiting them,
or arc going on a trip tnemseives,
would be put to a very little trouble in
telcDhoninir the fact to tins omce. a
lady said the other day "That there
paper nefer has nothing in it no how."
Some people havent as much sense as
the Almighty gave geese.
Speaking of the new members of
Congress from Kentucky the following
reference was made to the Congress
man from this district in the Wash
ington gossip of the Courier-Journal;
"G. G. Gilbert, Democrat, is a bright
lawyer from Shelbyville, noted for his
attractive orator'. He is tall, straight
as an arrow, and presents a fine appear
ance in a long Prince Albert."
Lexington Herald: Dr. and Mrs. F.
O. Young and little daughter, Jane,
leave tomorrow for Havana to visit
Lieut. Lucien Young, U. S. N., and
charming wife Mrs. E. D. Potts re
turns today from a weeK's visit to airs.
Joseph B. Dunlap in Louisville
JNliss Christine Braaicy, or jn-aniaort,
arrives th's week to be the guest of
Mrs. W. S, Barnes.
Rev. Rout. B. West, of Washington
City, who .is visiting his parents in
this city, honored our ollice witn a
pleasant call this week. He holds an
important desk in the Treasury De
partment, and stands high with his
superiors. His home is at Brooklyn,
a suburb of the capital, and he has
charge of a large chinch at that place.
Mr. West is well posted on public af
fairs, and his company is quite enjoy
able. The many Garrard friends of
Wrs. West will be delighted to know
that she is in good health. Rev. West
tilled the pulpit at the local Baptist
church Sunday morning. He returns
to Washington this week.
Mr. Jerry Resness, of Winston, N.
C. and Miss Sue Fisher Herring, of
tills city, were married at the beauti
ful home of the bride's parents, "on
Richmond street, at nine o'clock yes-
turday morning. The ceremony was
said in an impressive manner by Rev.
J. C. Massee, of the Baptist church.
The attendants were Miss Annie Loyd
Herring, sister of the bride, and Mr.
E. B. Respess, brother of the groom.
The bride is a daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. 11. C Herring. She is a young
lady of tine intellect, handsome, and
of lovely manners and disposition. She
has a splendid education and isa pupil
of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Mu
sic. She is a pure, sweet, Christum
girl who will indeed prove a loving
helpmeet to the man of her choice.
Her petite figure graced a venitian
cloth gown of castor shade, the skirt
en train and the bodice tucked daint
ily below a yoke of point de Paris lace
over white satin, trimmings of brwn
martin. She wore a jaunty hat of vel
vet, slightly darker tnan the dress,
trimmed in handsome goeber breasts
of pearl white, shading to the suggest
ions of the castor in her dress, the
small hand snugly fitted in gloves to
match. Miss Herring, the attendant,
wore a handsome princess of lightgray
cloth, trimmed in gray fringe, yoke of
cerise silk with lace, hat and gloves to
match. Mr. Respess is a North Car
olinian by birth and residence, and has
been engaged in the civil engineering
business in many states of the union,
lie is a man of splendid address and
fine education. He has been employ
ed in many of the most nnportantrail
road surveys, and has had charge of a
number of them, ne is considered
among the Southern Railway's best
men, as his assignment to the work
through this state will testify. Mr.
Respess is a man of steady habits and
a business man in every sense of the
word. The happy couple were drived
to Danville, where they took the
Queen & Crescent for Winston, where
they will spend 'some weeks, thence
visit other cities in the south. The
Recokd joins many friends in extend
ing congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Respess. The ushers were Messrs.
Fisher Herring and Jesse Walden.
The wedding inarch was played by
Miss May Z. Hughes, in her usual ar
The swellest dance given in Lancas
ter in many a day was the one last
Thursday evening. It was with much
difficulty that a room was procured,
but Logan Dry uooas co's new rooms
were finally chartered anu put in
shape. The only drawback to the
rooms was the iact mat tne iurnaces
had not been connected and it was
hard to heat with the coal oil stoves.
But when Saxton's superb orchestra
broke forth in one of its lovely waltzes
or a frolicsome two-step, the dainty
slippered feet of lovely girls and the
Nn. 10 hrocrans of as many boys were
soon so swiftly gliding ore the newly
planed floor that tnougnu oi uncom
fnrt:ihle surroundines.was quickly van
islnc'. The scene made TnE Recokd
man's rheumatic joints jerk with envy,
as we sat and watched the happy
youngsters frolicking in their hap
nv eniovment. A married lady, a
worker in church affairs too, sat next
to iisnnd sa d. "What harm can mere
be in such pleasure as that? I am satis
fied that if those who tear their hair
about dancing could witness this love
lvscene, they would stop gossiping
about it." The young men worked
unceasinerlv to entertain the visitors,
and if any did not enjoy the occasion
it was his own fault. We regret lack
of space prevents giving description of
nf the handsome dresses, as a
numhnr of beautiful ones were worn.
The voune ladies present were: Misses
Rartift Foffff. Lexinerton. Earl and
Emily Chenault, Bessie Turley, Rich
mond. Pearl Burnside, Annie Evans
Briclit. Stanford. Carrie Currey, Nell
Marrs, Altie Marksbury, Jennie Burn
side, Florence Harris, Julia Mae
Gaines, Alberta Anderson, Maggie
Tomlinson, Eugenia Bush,Mattie May
Robinson, Mesaames J. a;, btormes,
Dolph Rice, Jno. Baughman, A. II.
Rice,Fleece Robinson, Louis Landram,
The voune men were Bob Bruce, Stan
ford; Robt. S. Taylor, Joe Watts, Tom
Thompson, wm. wcunora, cnas cne
nault. Jno. Hunley, Zarring, Wallace,
Wagers, Rogan, Richmond; Buford,
Hemphill, Young, Goodwin, Nicholas
ville, Price and Marrs, Danville; Doty,
Robinson, JMarKSDury, uernaon. K.in
naird, Beazley, Walker, W, M. and L.
West. Shugars, Denny, Burnside. and
probably a dozen other from Lancas
When you need something
GOOD, something FllESH
and TEMPTING, no use
to look all oversown, just call to see US, we have it.
We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES
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Toilet ArticJes and Books.
PULLER & SYMPSON.
The Democratic National Commit
tee has been called to meet in Wash
ington February 22.
A New York firm shipped $250,000
in gold to Europe. The total thus far
engaged for shipment abroad is now
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
saved the lives of thousands of croupy
children. Ie is also without an equal
for colds and whooping cough. For
sale by R. E. McRoberts. lyr.
The Grillin-Philipot fued in Clay
county broke out afresh. One man
was killed and another seriously woun
ded in a battle.
"I was nearly dead with dyspepsia,
tried doctors, visited mineral springs,
and grew worse. I used Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure. That cured me." It
digests what you eat. Cures indigest
ion, sour stomach, heartburn and all
forms of dyspepsia. F. P. Frisbie. lm
Wages of 3,000 miners and laborers
omployed by the Lehight Coal and
Navigation Company, of Pennsylvani,
In biliousness, 1IERBINE, by ex
pelling from the body the excess of
bile and acids, improves the assimila
tive processes, purifies the blood, and
tones up and strengthens the entire
system. Price HOets. CC& JEStonnes.
The authorities of Irvine sent to Lex
ington for a man to take the place of
the late Marshal of that town, who
was assassinated there this week. So
far nobody has been found who is will
ing to take the place.
There are few ailments so uncom
fortable as piles, but they can easily
be cured by using TABLER'S BUCK
EYE PILE OINTMENT. Relief
follows its use, and any one suffering
from piles can not afford to neglect to
give it a trial Price, 50 cts in tubes
75 cts. C. C. & J. E.Stornies. lm
HEMP SEED FOR SALE.
Will sell best Kentucky River Cultivated Hemp Seed at $2.50 H
O per bushel and Lint Hemp Seed selected from choice crops at $1.50 t
g per bushel, payment to be made in hemp grown from same.
G Address, W. J. LAUGHRIDGE, 3
5 5 Cheapside, Lexington, Ky. 5
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An editor prints his paper to give
his patrons the news of the day and
for the money there is' in it. He is
presumed to know of what he writes,
and he generally does.When he writes
as he does in the Leader Courier,
Osceola Mills, Pa., without fee or hope
of reward, that "Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy acts magically, and we have
found none better in our household.
If you have a cough, try it," It may be
accepted as an honest expression,
worthy of credence. Por sale by E. E
McRoberts, Druggist. lm
you are t
For The Holidays.
We have a well Selected stock of Merchandise we will offer at Special Low Prices.
If you want anything in DRESS GOODS, TABLE LINENS,
Napkins, Towels, Underwear, Ladies, Misses and Children's Jackets,
Furs, Blankets, Comforts, Underwear, Shoes, Clothing, Trunks, &c.
We are Ready to Supply you for less than value.
We expect to move into our new building about January 1st and we want to havens few goods as possible
to move and for this reason we will make SPECIAL LOW FIGURES on our stock from now until the first.
One lot of Ladies Jackets at $2.00 worth $3.50
" " " " at 3.75 " 6.00
" ". " " " at 5.50 " 9.00
" ' " " " at $6.75 worth 10. and 12.
Our Stock of Fur Collaretts, Misses and Children's Jack
ets will be closed out at a great sacrifice.
Special Sale of Table Linens, Napkins and Towels for
the Holiday trade.
Red Damask at 15c worth 22c
Red Damask at 20c " 30c
Bleached Damask at 42 4c " 60c
Bleached Damask at 55c " 75c
Bleached Damask at 68c " 85c
Fine Satin Damask at 98c " 1.25c
Fine Satin Damask at T $i.i2c " 1.50c
One lot of Ladies' Dongola Shoes small and medium sizes
at 79c worth $1.50. One lot of Zeiglers fine shoes at 98c
worth $2.50 and $3.00. Also some good bargains in other
lines of shoes. We have a number of other good things we
would like to mention but cannot on account or not having
Come at once or you will miss some of the good bargains
On! January 1st we will give away $100.00 in cash premiums. Those who have our
punched tickets should bring them in and get their name in the can before January 1st
and get a chance at the money.
After Jain, 1, 1900 we will be in our new building
the East side of the square near the National Bank.
THE LOGAN DRT GOODS CO.