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I have concluded it will be best for me and my customers to sell for Cash. Will sell to every one alike for Cash. ISo Time, No Bad Debts, No Fancy Profits. All Rock-Bottom Cash Bargains for the year 1898. Mrs. 31oody Harden. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, January, 14, 1898. T. B. Robinson has been to Frank fort on business. Miss Sue Oglivie has returned from "a visit to Stanford. Miss Nell Marrs will visit Danville friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. flogan have been visiting in Stanford. Mr. J. II. Peyton, of Nashville, visit ed A- II. Bice Sunday. Miss Magpie Tomlinson has return ed to school in Danville. E!d. George Gowen has returned from a visit to Chicago. Mort Anderson, of Nicholasville, was here a few days this week. Miss Jennie Burnside is visiting Mrs. Tom Adams, at Bryantsville. Miss Julia Mae Gaines left Tuesday for Bristol, Tenn., to enter school. Mrs. Sam Bruce and children have returned from a visit to Danville. Mr. J. W. Henry left Monday to ac cept a position in El Dorado, Ark. Miss Grimes, after a visit to Miss Mary Grimes, has returned to Stanford Mrs. Wallace, of Wallaceton, has been visiting her sister, Miss Emma So per. Miss Mae Hughes has returned from a pleasant trip to Louisville and' New Albany. Miss Lizzie Simpson, has returned to Marksbury after a visit to Lancaster friends. Mrs. Alex West accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Denman to Nich olasville. Misses Mariannie Wilmore and Mary Welch have returned to their homes in Nicholasville. .Misses Georgia Ray and Mary Bruce, two Stanford beauties, are guests of Mrs. Walter Beazley. Miss Mary Gill, after a short visit home, has. rcVurneu Vo the. Western Female College, Oxford, O. Mr. R. L. Elkin has gone to Louis ville to attend the poultry show, tak ing some of his fine chickens with him. Mrs. James Lsar and daughter, Miss Lucy, of Mound Valley, Ks., are visit ing Mrs. Alex West on Danville avenue. Capt. Mike Salter was here for a few days last week and returned to the mountains where he is on duty as gauger. Mr. T. Currey has been confined to his room several days by illness, but his physician thinks he will be able to be back at his store soon. We learn that Mr. M. T. Warne is quite ill at his home in Easton, Pa. Mr. Warne's many Garrard county friends hope that nothing serious is the matter. Miss Mary Anderson, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom Brown ing, at Woodland, will return on Fri day to her home near Lancaster. Lex ington Argonaut. Mr. G. B. Swinebroad, of Lancaster, was in Danville Saturday on legal business. Mr. Swinebroad is getting his full share of practice at the Gar rard bar. Danville Advocate. Mr. Leon E. Bonta, a former Har rodsburg boy, was here this week rep resenting the Blickensderfer type writer. The machine is a perfect one flMCQIMMMMMO0OOCOOOOOOt J PERSONAL. I In Clothing, Boots, Shoes, WE and remarkably cheap.. Mr. Bouta took several orders while in our city. Herbert Kinnaird writes from Mid dlesboro that he has a fine job with the Adams Express Co., and is getting along nicely. A pretty girl here in Lancaster keeps him dreaming, how ever. Miss Susie Sandidgc entertained about fi.ty couples of young folks at the hospitable home of her uncle, L. W. Lawless, near Buckeye, last Friday evening. 'Ihe house was beautifully decorated and arranged so that the large crowd was easily entertained. A bountiful supper was served at the proper time, to which ample justice was done. A Rkcokd man was on hand and "savs he was never more roy ally entertained nor saw a crowd of youngsters have a mora enjoyable time. Mr. John W. Johnston resigned his clerkship in Robinson's hardware house this week, the stock being so near closed out that a clerk was no longer needed. Mr. Johnston went to work for Robinson & Bra, eighteen years ago and during that time has only missed working a very few days. His strict attention to business, polite and gentlemanly manners have made him many admirers who regret to see him quit He will go to Louisyille and probably travel for a hardware house. The well wishes of everybody go with Johnnie and The Rkcohd hopes that his future efforts bo crown ed with the greatest success. PREACHERSVILLE. Mr. W. P. Durham has moved back to Corbiu. J. C Fox has gone South with his last load of mules. G. A. Siler sold several cattle Mon day at Stanford for good prices. B. C. Lunceford sold 5S hogs which averaged 123 pounds for 2 3-4 cents. W. H. Anderson, who has been on the sick list is able to be out aain. Mrs. John Bingham gave the young folks a candy pulling the other night, which was much enjoyed by all pres ent. Dr. Vaughan will hold his second quarterly meeting for Bro. Jones at the Methodist church on Saturday the 22nd inst. The Ilarber farm has been taken out of the hands of S. W. Ilarber and goes into the hands of the guardian in the interest of his first wife's children. Not Always Understood. A fact often overlooked, or not al ways understood, is that women suffer as much from distressing kidney and bladder troubles as the men. The womb is situated back of and very close to the bladder, and for that reason any distress, disease or inconvenience man ifested in the kidneys, back, bladder or urinary passage is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided by setting urine aside for twenty-four hours; a sediment or settling is evidence that your kidneys and bladder need doctoring. If you have pain or dull aching in the back, pass water too frequently, or scanty supply, with smarting or burning, these are also convincing proofs of kidney trouble. If you have doctored without benefit, try Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy. The mild and the extraordinary effect will surprise you. It stands the high est for its wonderful cures. If you take a medicine you should take the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail. Mention Central Record and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co,. Bingbamton. N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. (5) GREAT CAN AND WILL WhatSIie Meant to Us.. This Garland of Love, We Bring Her Mother. THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVEEOnS. "An Angel enrae and met my Raze, Through the low doorway of my tent; The tent Is struck The vision stays. A simple child, I see her enter a room filled with other children. They meet her quiet smile with glances of loving respect and be come more gentle and reverent The part of each is unconcious. Among our lives, so full of hurrying to and fro, hers was that of a star which simply poured down on us the calm light of its bright and faithful being, and without know ing now,iwe were blessed, n" And they shall shine as the stars forever.' She was a light and an example for our society. Her departure to her Heavenly home has made a sad vacancy in our hearts. Beautiful in her innocent young life, glorious in her triumphant death, how we shall miss her! Com pare this earth to the mansions above, and if a wish expressed could call her back, which of us would utter it? The life of little Lucilc was as a lovely song that lingers in the mem ory after the singer has fallen asleep. The sincerity of her smile, the ex panding love she bore for .all God's creatures, and the earnstness of her devotion to the Master's workj these we cherish most of a life so beautiful. Lueile was to us a pure white lily budding hero, only that she miyht be transplanted n her spiritual beauty to the Garden above, A girl of pure, simple life, joyous thouch tinged with sadness; who was herself deprive ! of much- but was none the less constantly giving of her life and energy to others. She let her lijrht shine before us, and strongthencd me bv her nres once. She was a consistant chris tian, and one an loveabio and bright, that caused many to depart from sin and live unto righteousness. nor life has proven that In this world we can be Christ-like. It could tnil v be said of her, "She went, about doing good''. Her life was Love. Her lips are forever silent, her pulse shall never more throb with warm vounsr life, rt "he liveth her example, her influenc shall forever live in our hearts. A char acter o' strange, indefinable boanty. subtle ns the fracrance of a flower; a eonsecraicrt li'o lived silentlr. softly as the flow of waves which no storm has stirred, but deep "deep as the ri-'arl s'rewn seas " fler's was the Christ-like wav, the viy of love, that rejoiced not in ininnity, thought no evil, and was kind. "Hr grnvp is rot a crave: it is a shrine, whpre innoenie ppnes. Bright ever which God's stars must love to hlne. And whore, vlipn winter o'oepa. Fair Spring shall come, and in her garland tw'np. rue wiiKosto: .wiitc roses." Dead. Oliver B. Jaryis the son of W. B Jar vis died at his father's home, Dec. 2", 1807. Oliver was born March C, 1S73. Until his fifth year he was a bright and promising child, but at this age one day while playing in the yard, he walked up to the old family horse and struck him with a switch. The horse in turn kicked him in the face, but so far as was visible he was injured but slightly, but in a shoyt while he became affeated with epilep sy, which disease caused his death Oliver was always an obedient boy to his father, his habits were not bad, and while he was afiicted in this life we are sure the present sufferings of this world are not worthy to be com pared with the glory of the world that is to come. After a few words of respect spoken at his fathers home the body was ta ken to Gunn's Chapel Cemetery and left to await the general resurrection. We do not rebel against the provi dpnee of God, but put our trust in Him who does all things well. May God give to the family his richest bless ings. Mrs. M. B. Ford, Ruddell's, I1L, suf fered for eight years from dyspepsia and chronic constipation and was fi nally cured by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills for all stomach and liver troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm GIVE 9 LULU Jli TT O. Th.e farmers of Bath county report the wheat prospect very ilattering so far. Th Rothschilds will build a rail road into the Yukon country over the Dalton trail. Will Holladay, of Columbia, killed an eagle that measured seven feet from tip to tip. Great Britain has informel Caina that she is willingtto find the money askci as a loan. The large planing mill of J. A. Shropshire & Sins, at Georgetown, was destroyed by fire. Cul. William L. Tarkington, one of the oldest anl upst prominent citi zens of Boyle county, is dead- Dan Major, the negro who murdered Patrolman Ed Byrne in Louisvil'e July 4, 1S95, was captured in Memphis, Tenn, The Queen of England reigns over the continent, 100 peninsulars, 503 pro monotories, 1,000 lakes, 3,000 rivers and 10,000 islands. There is a glut of grain at Galves ton and not enough vessels to move it. All the elevators are filled and there are 1,400 cars unloaded. The House at Franhfort alopted a resolution by Mr. Charlton calling on the United States Senate to reject the Hawaiian annexation treaty. The ofljcial repopt of thp sinking of the Telegraph, received at Washing ton, censures Pilot Williams and sus pends his license for ninety days. The State Board of Health in a pe- port says the plumbing at the pastern Keptucky Lunatic Asylum is nqt only deficient, but absolutely worthless from a sanitary point of view. Edith, a pretty fifteen-year-old daughter of J. D. Scott, of Pacolet, S. C, was rocking vigorously in a rock ing chair, when it overturned, and her neck was broken. The report roceived by the Controll er of the Currency of the sixtyeight national l.mks in Kentucky outside o' L.ouis.viHo shows these institutions to be in a hearty condition. The suit of Mrs. Alt Martin against the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company of Newark, to recover a 85,- 000 policy on the life of her father, ex-Treasurer "Dick" Tate, was begun at Frankfort Monday. The Fleming county grand jury in dicted a turnpike cqmpany for setting up a toll'gata in loss than a milo of Flemingsburg. The distance less than a mile was four feet by absolute measure. On account of an alleged case of smallpox in the negro section at the Cross ore mines, Cumberland Gap, Tenn., the white miners have driven all the negro employes away from the works. jtepresentative of Utah.. "-V has been personally Investigating af fairs in Cuba, paints a vory dark pict ure of the condition of the reconcen trados, who, he says, are dying like sheep in the streets of Cuban towns. Secretary Sherman has issued a proclamation calling on the people of the United States to send money and supplies to relieve the destitution and suffering in Cuba Gov. Bradley has issued a proclamation to Kenuckians Q.i the same subject. There now seems little doubt Qf a successful outcome of the projept to have a May music festival in Louis? ville, Without any effort the Qom mittee in charge has in one day re ceivoi subscriptions pledging practic ally onehalf of the amount required as guarantee. The little daughter of Will E. Har ris, of Harrisburg, N. C, swallowed a thimble, and for a time her condition was critical. The X-rays were used and the thimble was located in the lower part of the left lung. A sur geon removed the obstruction and the girl is now out of danger. A cyclone which struck Morganfield Sunday unroofed the old Methodist church and the Parsons hotel, and de molished the store of Hart & Co., the city jail, and Jean's produce store. Harve Sellers, the city marshal, who was in the jail office at the time of the storm, was instantly killed. The comparative statement of the Louisyillo and Nashville Railroad BARGAINS Hats, and Gents US A SATE YOU MONEY. Sympathetic Husbands. The sympathetic tenderness of a lov ing husband is everything to an expee tant mother, especially during her first prdea, George taytgq, fisq., a promu pent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the) following case : - A customer of mine, whoso yrfe ha Uked four bottles of "Mother's Fricrid." lefofe con, fjnement. says, after peeing the effects of the remedy, that if she had to go through the ordeal again, "and there were but four bottles on the market, and the cost was IQQ per bottle, he would have them. " Mother's Friend " Is a scientifically compounded liniment which affords cer tain relief in the various ailments pre ceding childbirth, and assures proper elasticity to the cords and muscles in-: volved in the final ordeal. "Mother's Friend" ijj sold by drug- fists, qr expressed" on' receipt of one ollar. Valuable book, ( Before Baby is Born,'' mailed free on application., ' THE BRADflELD REGULATOR Qd,, ' "laRta. 8a. Company submitted yesterday at a meeting of the directors In New York shows an Increase for the last six months of 1S'J7 over the same period in 1800 of .128,009 in net earnings, and an in r.-ase of S4J0.S01 in surplus. Superintendent J. P. nuff, of the State Feeble-minded Institute, tender ed his resignation Monday and Gov. Bradley will today sent in the ap pointment of Dr. John L. Long, oi Louisville, who is now First Assist ant Physician at thp Eastern Asylum for the Jns,ane in Lexington. Gov. Bradley lias appointed W. G. Coldewey Chairman of the Cuban Re lief Committee for Kentucky. He also appointed Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge, John Marshall and L. N. Dembits as Commissioners from Kentucky to, meet with Commissioners from other States to prornot uniformity in the laws. Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrodsburg, Pa., says, "My child is worth millions to me; yet I would have lost her by croup had I not invested twenty-five cents in a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure." It cures coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. m It is estimated that from 6,000 to 12, onn zrw of land in Jefi - -flinty escape taxation by reason of the pres ent system of ass ssment. To remedy the evil bills have been introduced in the General Assembly, providing for mapping the county and rearranging the County Assessor's offije on a plan similar to that adopted by City Assess or Daniel F. Murphy. William Martin ran into police head quarters at Philadelphia and declared that he had been robbed of S2.50 by two colored women. The parties were arrested, and while standing before the sergeant one of the women at tempted to swallow a big wad of bills. An officer saw the action and grap pled with her. The bills were torn into shreds before he was able to ex tricate them from the woman's jaws. Book-Keeping, Business, PHONOGRAPHY, e-Writisg elegraphy Address WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY., Por circular of hla famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE QF KY. UNIVERSITY Awarded 9txla! at World's Exposition. Refers to thousands of graduates la positions. Coat or Fall Business Coarse. Including Tui tion, Books and Board in family, about tVO, " BhorthaniJ, Type-Writing, and Telegraphy . Specialties. SSTThe Kentucky University Diploma, undet seal, awarded graduate. Literary Course free, if desired. NoraeaUoB. Enter now. Graduates successful. In order to hare vour lettm rench u, address only, WILBUR R.SMITH, LEX I NGTON.KY. GALL I Educate for a oosler Notes. GoSI'ORT, Ind., Dec. 29, 1S97. Editor Eecord:- Since it has been some time since I wearied you with a communication and since I am taking :i week's holidays, I shall endeavor to chronicle a few of the Hoosier hap- ponmgs. I have thought several times I would inform you of mv sur roundings but my school duties and institute work keep me quite busy. We have an institute in each town ship one Saturday in each month. At these institutes we discuss our read ing circle work and one or more branches of school work as to both the objective method of them; also we discuss musju eaeh time, since it has a pluqe in our school course. Our read ing oirolo work this year is "Plato" and "Teaching Language Arts.'" Be sides these institutes we have our five-day institute which was held in September at the Connty seat. This year we were addressed during the en tire week by Prof. A'ey of the State University and by Vrot Pettger, of the gtate Normal, the one a mathema t eian and the other a scientist. It was a week well spent to listen to those able discourses. Not only do we have these institutes to enjoy; but also we have our County Teachers As sociation of two days in whiah the teachers discuss several subjects. We had this on Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving- However smce both the County Institute and County As sociations are aver, tho most en joyable and beneficial object for the teachers now is tho Township Institute. From these rambling lines, you can infer some of the main differences in the school systems of the states on either side of the Ohio river. Not only do our schools differ, but also the climate hs presented an ap pearance for some weeks that is not very common to me. On the night of the lfith we had a heavy sleet which is not all gone yet. Many trees are bro ken and th orchards and forests look quite dilapidated besides it being dan gerous to walk. We have had several light snows and skating has been the order of the day for some weeks. Last Friday being Xmas Eve Santa Claus paid our school a visit and the brightness of the pupil's faces ex pressed the joy of their hearts; but the brightness was more enhanced when I announced that wo were to have a week's holidays. Since my vacation is too short to make a visit home, I am having quite an enjoyable time at my Grand Fath er and Grand Mother McCarty's near Cloverdale. Had 1 noted the descrip tion of the Capital before writing this, I should have feared tho attempt perhaps more; but you may be able to use this in contrast to show the de serving merit of the former treatise. Wishing the readers and The Record force a merry Xmas and a happy New Year and the Cexthal Record un bounded success, I remain ym -eii-wighing exnioWoer' of ybur staff, M. B. F. Upon Every Bottle and wrapper of the genuine Dr. Bell's i Pine-Tar-Honey Is printed me above j design. It is both trade-mark and ' guarantee a warrant that the medl- J cine contained in the bottle will cure , coughs, colds and all lnng, throat ( and chest troubles more quickly nnd ( effectually than any other remedy. ( DR. BELL'S i Pine-Tar- Honey Is sold by all druggists or sent upon receipt or price zac, auc ana si per oouie uj TkLL SaUartu xUclx Cm., IMacak, 1. TAR ill m Jim Furnishing Goods, TRY US! t i FARM AND STOCK NOTES 0OOOMM Tradinjr has re-n nther luli this week. W. R. G . ,o!l R .'. , .ii n 170 pu i i,l s i lit., 3; ; , ' C W. A id -rs 'i s l 1 M f I5t;ceve. sona eife -t ' ;." head Col. 1 F R.,hins - 1 M n Fox. for IS 1,5 w uuujVwu... .f. S4 33. I. F. Robinson bought of John Adams, some cattle for export market, averaging' 1.47J pounds, at 4.20. Mr. R. IL Early, of Woodford, sold to Liggett & Myers his crop of tobac co, nearly 0J.O0O pounds, at 11 l-2c all around. Mr. Early will realize in the neighborhood of 510,000. Kentucky The experience of horse breeders is that the imported Coach stallions crossed upon trotting-bred mares pro duces the knee action, size, style and beauty that commands the best prices for the city markets and export trade. The best horses sold in New York and lioston are out of good trotting-bred mares bp imported Coach and Hackney stallions. Not one trotter in a thou sand has the knee action required. The Coach breeds have that character istic fully developed. Lincoln Items P. Rid sold Mon- tie Fox 35 cattle at 4c. J. C. Lynn sold to E P. Woods seven steers at 3-4. James White sold to J. C John son a bunch of butcher cattle at 2 1-2& John C. Pepples sold to M. S. Baugh- man a pair of mare mules for SI60. A car load of plain cittle at 4. 10 and 60 of 1,440 pounds at 4.49 are recent sales in Clark reported by the Democrat. Mrs. J. T. llingham, of the Preach- ersville section, sold to Dr. W. A. Brown, of Parksville, S5 acres of un improved land near the latter place at $22. Journal. Mkrcer Ite3is. W. C. Carpenter sold W. J. Hanna 20 head of ewes at S2.45 a head. J. II. Bonta bought a fine work mule from Dwight Rue, Sat urday, at 112. Jake Bonta bought a bunch of shoats Monday from Doc Teater at2 1-2c. Twenty-two horses changed hands at Givens' stable Mon day at from S25 to $05. W. C Carpen ter bought a cow and calf from Jake Bonta, for S27.30. We heard of an of fer of 4 l-2c for some 1,300 pound cat tle, which was refused. J. C Will iams, of Burgin, sold J. T. Stewart a pair of work mules for 8110. C. S. Isom went to Charlottsville. N. C , this week with two car loads of horses that averaged him 10. W. B. Hatch- ett sold twelve 900 pound cattle to Mc. Dowell & Fox, of Boyle county, at 4c. J. B. Peters Bold 10 head to the same at same price. Smock Bros, bought of Mrs. Grant Cooke, 6.000 pounds cto- Uaceo delivered at Burgin at 6 l-2c. They also bought J. A. Nooe's crop of 9,000 pounds in the barn, at Sc. Some farmers in the West End of Mercer are holding their corn at S2.50 a bar rel. W. J. Strutton sold 20 hogs, weighing 100 pounds, to Caldwell and Colvin at 3c John Disponet, of the West End, sold his crop of 5 acres of tobacco to John Colvin at 7 l-2c on the stick in the barn. Democrat. What is Horae Music? For a Dime (ioc) thVe your choice from the following high-grade compositions. In full sized sheet music, printed on good paper sent prepaid by mail. 105 "Silver Stars" (Piano 4 hands) Bohon. 134 The Raft" (Vocal) Pinsult. ST.S "Rondo Caprlccioso" (Piano)Mendelsshon. 29 "Ask Me Not Why" (Vocal) Donizetti. 103 "Tannhanser March" (Piano) Wagner. 157 "The Wanderer" (Vocal) Schubert. 100 "Kaust," op. 35 (Piano) Leybareh. 3" "Bells of St. Mary's" (Vocal) Rodney. 101 "DeMolay Commandery March" (Piano) Marxian. 9C "Hear Me, Norma" (Vocal dnet.... Bellini. iiu "ine storm (aescriptive, nano) ..weber. 107 "Land of the Swallows" (Vocal duet) Massinl. 103 "Musical Club Waltz" (Piano) ....Redman. 104 "Welcome to Dixie" (Vocal) ..Macfarlane. 109 "Hungarian Rhapsode" (Piano) Liszt. 108 "My Old Kentucky Home" (Vocal) Foster. Ill "The Flatterer" (Piano, 4 hands)Chamlnad. Any of the above sent for 50 cents. N. B. Oar references are the Y. M. C. A., or any Bank in onr city. 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