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; W. H. LACKEY
Successor to Lackey & Gulley. Firs-Ct las L1TO STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ! TBAVEUNG MEN ! 13 r1 FOR CASH. 1 have concluded to sell strictly for cash, and will not deviate from the rule. IJy having- no outstanding- ac counts or bad debts, I will be able to sell much cheaper and devote more time to my customer's wants. MISS SALLIE TILLETT. It Will Be Done Right If you Bring Your work to NED BURDETT & CO., at Arnold shop on Danville street. Scientific Horseshoeing, Impairing of Wagons, Uuggies, and all kinds of ve hicles Piomptly and Substantially done. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. AH parties having claims against the assign ed estate of O I', stone this day assigned to me will present the same to me at Stone, Ky., or my attorney, J. Mort Kothuell. at Lancas ter, Ky.. on or before April 1st, lb'JS. This Jan. ISth lb'JS. A. I). FOKD, -It Assignee 0. 1'. Stone. "Y S. BEAZLEV, 3DE3STTIST. Teeth filled and extracted with out iain. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. Otlice over J. K. Huseiden's hardware store, uein to Court House, Lancas ter, Ky. FIRE a&jjMURAH C : SPRINGFIELD FIRE AM MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. ! EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO; OF NEW YORK. j ! Piobiasonfi Hamilton Affts:! Ofiicc over Post Office. Laxcastkr, : : : Kkxtcckv. ALL WOMEN Should know that the Old Time" Jieinedy, Is the vst for Female Trnnblts. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Orirans. Should bo taken for CSanje oi Life and before Child-Bins. Pliatcrs "0;d Time" RemeJies have stood the test for twenty years. JI ad? only by Npw Ppenrcr M5icine Co., Chat tanooga, Tennesee. IT or sale by R. E McRobcrts, Lancaster KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All vis iting Knights are fraternally invi ted. G. B. SWIXEBROAD, C. C. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. kicick'kk'k'k'k'kit.it'k'k'kkkkk Patriotism and good sense go I together in choosing -k hats. No hats in the T world like 4. American hats no American hats like Stetson Hats Stiff and Soft Felt Hats fore- most for quality and wear. J jjr Nev Spring Styles on sale, -fc J I III ' LOGAN & ROBINSON, FOE CASH! I have concluded it will be best for me and my customers to sell for Cash. Will sell to every one alike for Cash. Bo Time, IVo Bad Debts, Uo Fancy Profits. All Rock-Bottom Cash Bargains for the year 1898. Mrs. Moody Harden. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, February, 11, 1898. PERSONAL. dpt. Gallagher is much Letter this week. W' B. Mason lias returned from a trip to Cincinnati. Miss Lizzie Simpson has been visit ing Miss Lizzie Thompson. Col. J. H. McMurty, of Lower Gar rard, was in town Monday. Miss Mary Dunn, of Dinville, is the ffuest of Miss Eugenia Hush. Miss Mie Hughes entertained the "Cinch"' club Monday evening. Mr D. Patton, of Nashville, Tenn., was here oa business this week. Miss Mary Burnside has returned from a visit to Paint Lick relatives. Miss Anna King will be the guest of Mrs Vm Berkele, the last of the week. Miss Mary Dunn. of Danville, is the charming guest of Miss Eugenia Bush Capt. T. A. Elkiu has returned from Atlanta and reports the mule market dull. Rev. Henry F.tulconer closed a suc cessful meeting at Barbourville last week. Miss Mollie Douglass, is visiting friends at Lowell and Paint Lick, this Week. Miss Everce Wallace, of Point Leav ell, has been the guest of Mrs. Joseph Robinson. Quite a crowd of boys and girls will attend the minstivl show at Stanford tonight. Misses Mary and Laura Robertson, of Elizibethtown, are guests of Mrs. E. S. Ows'.ey. Herbert Kinnaird, the popular Mid- dleob .rough express man, is here to spend a few days. Miss Marie Warren, a pretty Stan ford lady, is visiting her aunt, Miss Jennie Duncan. Uommy P.aughman. of Bov'c countj, has been the guest of Lancaster rel atives this week. Miss Mary Lear, of Paint Lick, has been spending a few days with Miss Amanda Anderson. Miss Eliza Jlucker, of Taint Lick, wrs the guest of Miss Nona and Mollie Douglass, last week. Attorney J Hunt McMurty is tl e happy father of another boy, the young man arriving lest Friday. Miss Lula Bitson has improved very much during the past few weeks and is gaining ground rapidly. Mr. W. B Jarvis and son, Joe, are visiting friends at Portsmouth, Ohio, and will return home-about the 12th. Miss Jane Lusk. after a short visit to her aunt, Mrs Lizzie Denney, has returned to her home, near Paint Lick. Mr. Vv'm. Fox and bride, of Eton, Ohio, are here on their bridal tour, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jo seph. Sam Joseph, the Cincinnati shoe drummer, was here this week. This is Sam's old home and everybody is glad to see him. Misses Georgia McMillen and Minna Crutcher, of Richmond, are expected this week to make a visit to Miss Amanda Anderson. G. M. Patterson and pretty little daughter, Grace Ilcllen, have retur ned from Berea. The former continues We are Now Prepared To Take Your Measure FOE, A SPUING SUIT Having received a Complete Line of Spring Samples from Three of the Lead ing Tailors of America. These lines embrace all the Latest Novelties of the Season. Suits, Made to Measure, from $12.50 to $35. Pants, to measure, from $4. to $10. A perfect fit guaranteed. . Don't fail to give us a look be to improve in health. Miss Sophronia Smith, who has been quite ill at her home on Danville ave nue, is very much improved, and is considered to be out of danger now. Capt W. J. Kinnaird's injured limb has improved sufficiently to permit him to walk to town on crutches. The Cap tain has had a hard time with that ankle. Capt. AYhite suffered from more chills Saturday and has since been un able to get out. It seems that the miserable weather is making it ex tremely hard on him. Mr. Clifton Thompson' of Mt Sterling was visiting his uncle, G. S. Gaines this week. Mr. Thompson travels for a leading Louisville dry goods firm and will make Lancaster regularly every sixty days. There are three little things which do more work than any other three little things created they are the ant, the bee and DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the last being- the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm 1 he Indiana Farmer tells of a home made "stalk breaker" which is con structed as follows; Take a square beam of hard wood 0x8, feet long; at the middle let in two 2x4 pieces, one inch deep, like the hounds on a waon: fasten down with lead screws, put in the wagon tongue, bolt on a piece across the front end of the hounds over the tongue to prevent breaker from dipping; bolt a 2x4, 13 feet long harl wool piece on under side of beam, which can be replaced when worn. U his will break three rows of stalks at a time, does the best of work, and does not scoot around like the pole and chains; it makes a fine imple ment to run over the young clover while frozen, it breaks down weeds and stubble, and insures a crop of hay free of trash. What p'.easure is there in life with a headache, constipation and bilious ness? Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Stormes' Drug Store. Xm Released by lrrienis. Benton-, Ky., Feb. 9. John, Bill and Munroe llcndrickson, Jake Ham and Lee Brindley, who reside a few miles from town, came into town and pro ceeded to paint everything a bright red. In a few moments Marshal Fiser corraled them and landed them in the lock-up, much to their surprise. Four hours later some of their friends came into town and demolished the door of the city prison and liberated them. Only one of them has been recaptured. I'ound st I'nt of Gold. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 9. Noah Cun ningham, a young and impecunious farmer residing near Shullletown, in Henderson county, Ky., found an iron pot containing $1)0,000 in gold and sil ver. The pot also held $:J00 in confed erate greenbacks, a wool hat and a re volver. The pot was uncovered by the recent Hood in the Ohio. Circuit Court at Cadiz. Cadiz. Ky., Feb. 9. The regular term of the circuit court convened here, the newly elected circuit Judge, Hon. Thos. P. Cook, and commonwealth's attorney, W. K. Howell, being present. Court for the first time in the history of this county was opened with praj-er by Judge Cook. To Abolish Days of Grace. Fiiankfokt, Ky., Feb. 9. Among the new bills introduced in the .Ken tucky house Tuesday are the following; By Tracy of Covington Abolishing days of grace for notes and bills of ex change. By Abele For benefit of union labor. Goebel'8 Bill In the House. Frankfoht, Ky., Feb. 9. The house committee on judiciary voted to report favorably the fellow servant bill, which has passed the senate. A SENSATION. , Miss Kate Emmal, of Mlddlcsboro, Ky., Mysteriously Disappears. Minm.KsnoKO, Ky., Feb. 5. Miss Kate Emmal, youngest daughter of W. 1!. Emmal, of this place, and grand daughter of W. S. Emmal, the million aire banker of Lexington, is mysteri ously missing. Miss Emmal is a sub stitute in the public schools, and Thursday morning she told her mother bhe was going to take charge of Miss Jda Householder's room, who was sick. Since then she has not been heard from. It is reported that she was mar ried at Junction City to Al. Good, a prominent drummer of Lexington, but tins can not be verified. The Em ma Is arc very prominent Kentucky people. They are very wealthy and connected with the Ilreekinridge, Bul lock and McGrathe families. The dis appearance of Miss Kate lias created quite a sensation. REDUCTION OF SALARIES. The I'.III Will Itn Keported Favorably to tliu Ilctii.se. Fkankfout, Ky., Feb. 5. The salary Teduction bill introduced by 1 1 on. L. IS. -Weatherford, the young member from Graves county, will be favorably reported to the lioue. Some of the most importaut changes proposed are as follows: Governor, from S0.500 to 80,000; Ad jutant general, from S2.000 to SI, 800, commissioner of agricultural, from S2,500 to 52,000; auditor's clerks, from S10,.r)00 to S12,000; insurance coiumis bioner, from S:!,000 to 2,500; insurance clerks, from S2,ftQ0 to 2,000; secretary of state, from SS.O0O to $2,500; state treasurer, from S:i,(00 to $:i,000. The total saving is $2:1,700 a year. To Inspect Asylums. Fraxkfout, Ky., Feb. 4. The com mittee on charitable institutions left Thursday morning for the Lakeland Insane asylum, where they go on an inspection trip. John T. II in ton is chairman of the house committee and George H. Alexander of the senate committee. The members will return Thursday night. Later they will visit Ilopkinsville and will then be ready to make a report of what asylum legisla tion is needed. Uliylnp Kentucky ToIkscco. Louisville, Ky., Feb. S. Jt was stated on the tobacco breaks Monday that L'ggett & Myers, of St. Louis, have purchased 10,000,000 pounds of burley tobacco in the country in Ken tucky this season and are still in the hunt for more. Thc3' have also been large purchasers, at the regular Louis ville sales. The result of this purchase will doubtless be an advance of from one-half to two cents a pound. l'anif at a funeral. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 8. About five hundred negroes attended the funeral of Sanford J. Howard, the colored Bap tist preacher. Services were to hae been held in the Auditorium, but just before the corpse arrived the high steps leading into the building fell with a crash, burying a number of people in the debris. About fifty per sons were injured, but none of them fatally. Investigation of O Ulcers. Fkaxkfop.t, Ky., Feb. 7. In the sen ate will be introduced the resolution to investigate the ollieers of the senate to s e whether there is any truth in the report that they have been lobby ing against ccrtaiu measures intro duced by members. Murderer Keported Deuel. Pineville, Ky., Feb. 5. Lew Wal lace, who killed Harve and William Tople in a fight over a game of cards and was himself badl wounded, is re ported to have died of his wounds in Leslie county. Carlisle County Populists. BAnmvKLL, Ky., Feb. 8. The popu lists of Carlisle county met in mass convention at the courthouse and re organized its county committee ami unanimously adopted a resolution to stand by their last national platform und to continue business at the sumo old stand. John T. Taylor, of Bard well, was elected chairman. IVants 830,000 Damages. "Winchester, Ky., Feb. 7. The ad ministratr x of Owen Burch has filed suit against the L. & N. Railroad Co. for 30,000 damages. Burch was killed in a wreck several weeks ago. The Senate Passes the Racing: Hill. Ficankfort, Ky., Feb. 7. The Bron? Eton bill to suppress poolrooms and tq limit racing on Kentucky tracks to two meetings a j-ear of not exceeding 15 days each was passed by the senate Saturday without a dissenting vote, and a motion to reconsider was tabled. Senator Bronston made the onjy speech for or against the bill, and it passed, without amendment. I'oolroom Hill I'assos the Senate, FnANitFor.T, Ky., Feb. 7. The Bron Eton poolroom bill passed the senate Saturday and will be sent to the house at once. fore placing your spring order. South side Public FLATWOOD. Mr. Geo. Miller sold a sow and five shoats for $11. 53. John Gipson sold a calf to Mr. Thom as Collet for $19.00. Mr. Ebb Cook sold 4 shoats to Mr. Swesney Morgan for $15.05. W. II. Furr sold 33 shoats to Swee ney Morgan for tc per pound. John Jac'tson who has been very sick with pneumonia is convalesing. James Bjll hid a bla'jk mare taken Sunday night and has not heard of her since. Mr. John White has moved from Mr. E. II. Walker's tenant house to Li 1 coln county. Mr. John Merrymaif and family are visiting at Mr. W. L. Liwson's and will move to their old home near n a few days. Mr. Jim Worrell so'.d 7 shoats to Mr. Sweeney Morgan fo.- 3;. Thomas Worre also sold a bunch of hogs to McCarley & Lawson for :)j per pound. Burglars entered th-j residence of Roy Steward one night some time back taking about $30 in money and a shoulder of meat. They entered on a ladder by an up stairs window, leav ing all the doors open when they left the family were asleep and dfd not awaken until sun up. They think thiiy were chlori orrned. Whooping cough is the most dis tressing malady; but its duration cm hi cut short by the use of Oae Minute Cough Cure, which is also the best known remedy for croup and all lung and bronchial troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm At the Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111,018 horses were handled last year, or 0,003 more than the year previous. Children and adults tortured by burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the great Pile remedy. Stormes' Drug Store. lm Quits. Said a young and tactless husband To his inexperienced, wife, "If you would give up lending Such a fashionable life, And devote more time to cooking How to mix and when to bake Then, perhaps, you might make pastry Such as mother used to make," And the wife, resenting, answered (For the worm will turn, you know), "If you would give up horses And a score of clubs or so To devote more time to business When to buy and what to stake Tkcn, perhaps, you might make money, Such as father used to make" G. S.T., in Blooklyn Life. NEWSPAPER! IT ONLY COSTS To read every day In the year The Louisville Evening Post. The Evening Post has the Market Reports. State News. . 1 hranK nrF wpwu 1 1 Yvusniiigiuii news- Women's Page. Children's Page. rates By Mail n,y 12 Months - $2,00 6 Months 1.50 3 Months 1.00 1 Month SO CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. Sample Copies Furnished On' Application. Square. EVERY BRIDE and wife should know about the pre paration that for half a century has been helping expectant mothers bring little ones into the world without danger and the hundred and one UlSCOmfortS and flictr.-irtinnc incident to child-birth. It is applied externally, which is the only way to eet relief. . Medicines taken i nrprnnllv wiil not help and may result in harm- Mother's Friend fits and prepares every organ, muscle and part of the body for the critical hour. It robs child-birth of its tortures and pains. Baby's coming is made quick and easy. Its action is doubly bene- v ficial if used during the whole period of pregnancy. 1 per bottle at all drug stores, or sent by mail on receipt of price. Books Free, containing valuable Infor mation to all women, will be seat to any address upon application by The Bradfieid Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. LEAF. Mrs. C. B. Engleman has been quite sick for several days. ' Most of our neighbors took advan tage of the cold snap and filled their ice houses. W. B. Adams, of this place, was mar ried to Miss Cordie Bustle, of Rock castle, on the 8d. El Adams, of Eldorado, Ark . is buy ing a car load o: saddle and harness horses to take back with him. He is paying from 30 to STo for them. There is talk of a sunday-school be ing organized here soon. That is a move in the right direction for there are a good many children in thts vicin ity that ought to be going every Sun day. Sam Pullins, who has ben grad ually declining for some time, died on the 4th. Uncle S.im, as he was called by everyone, was wjll liked by every body that knew him. He had lived a christian life and was perfectly wil ling to go. The poor old fellow felt that he was in the was here and pray ed for the titns to come. I will sell my farm of 73 acres sit uated in (Jarrard county, 2 1-2 miles northwest of Paint Lick station, on the Ij. & X. Railroad. It has on it a new houe with six rooms, a new barn and other necessary buildings and also a good tenant houie. There is a well of water at the door, the best in ilie county, not failing during the drouth last summer. 'Ike water is so cold that we never h ive to use any ice in the hotest weather. The farm is un der good foace and is very pro iuetive and will pro. luce anytning that grows in this countrj-. It is supplied by a spring o puru running water that never has been known to go dry. My reason for selling: My physician ad vises me to chansre climtte on the account of my health. Address C. B E.N'GI.KJIAN, Paint Lick, Ky. MANSE. Dr. B. F. "Walter, dentist office over Ballou's store, Lancaster. 2t The sick of this community are im proving. Mr. Joe. MeCormack ia in Cincinnati this week. Jim Woods, who is in business in Cin cinnati, was at home last week. Miss Jannie Higgins will open her school at this place next Monday. Miss Jennie Kavanaugh is visiting relatives in Madison county this week. Miss Willie May Denney is visiting friends in Richmond. Miss Minnie Woods, a charming young lady of Hustonville, who has been visiting her cousin. Miss Jennie Higgins, is now the guest of her aunt, Mrs Wm. Wallace. DlMtA CUBAN OIL cures IMIIlVl 3 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. LANCASTER, KY Loss Satisfactorily Adjusted ai Monej Promptly Fail JLU LUC IHClHUtrb Ul II1C ACUbUUK Growers Insuranea Co.. and to whot it may concern: Owing to the many inquiries rela tive to the loss of my dwelling by fire n'.ic.ltion and as shown In: mr Ttnltoir 1 jss was not certified by Mr. G. T. county board, to tha company for pay ment Until Vr.tr J nr.fi ?n luct- tr.OT, sixty days thereafter I received the en- and cheapness every farmer should consider our company before insuring elsewhere. Yours truly, N. Xoe. The above speaks for itself and those desiring protection to their property against fire, lightning and wind at a price in accord with the cost of carry ing it, should coa'er with D. W. Dunn, Danville, solicitor for Boyle county, Jesse Doty, Ilyattsville, solicitor for Garrard county, II.CBaughman, Stan ford. 15. B. Kendall, General Manager, Lexington, Ky. Jan. 28, 3t- m44A4AMi CUBAN RELIEF cures i lulll Vl$ Colic Neuralgia and Toothache in five minutes. Sour Stomach and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents. NSW LIVERY. 3; I have purchased the Wnlker stable and am (i prepared to furnish the J I Very Best Rigs j on the shortest notice. ' Special attention given I - 1 rjy t I commercial j. ruveieis. I RICE BENGE. R. KINNAIRD'S Insurance Agency Representing Over - 557,000,000 - In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna, or Hartford. Queen or America. National of Uartfort. Phenix of Brooklyn. Hartford or Hartford. Manchester or England. Connecticut or Hartford. Noith British and Merchantile. Herman American or New Yorfr. Liverpool and London and tilofee. I also represent the old reliable 'tew York Life Insurance LAND FOR SALE. I desire to sell privately part of my farm on Dix River, about li miles from Joel Walker bridse. The tract contains from CO to 70 acres to snlt purchaser, all lies in one boundary Excellent land, well fenced and plenty of water. Easy Terms. Jan. 23, 'IS. JERRY P, BLAND. KAIL ROAD TIME TABLES. Jouth-b'nd Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3:10 p. m. North-b'nd Mixed. " 8:00 a.m. Morth-b'nd f ass'gr " " 4 0 r. sc. South-b'nd " " 833 p.m. Knoxvllle Branch. N'orth-bound Mail, passes Stanford, 1237 p. M. Sorth-b'nd Express, " " 3:13 a.m. South-b'nd Express, " " 12:0-1 P.M. 3outh-bouud Mail, " " 1:27 p.m. , Queen Jt Crescent Koute. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. Number 10 (Daily except Snnday)....S:09 a. m. Number 6 (Daily 1:41 p.m. Number 1 (Daily) Flag , 331 a.m. Number 2 (don't stop) 3:30a.m. S0CTU BOUND. Number 1 (don't stop) 11:55 a. m. Number 5 ( Dally ) 11 22 a. m. Number 9 (Daily except Sunday) 8:10 p. m. Numbers (Midnight Has) Daily 11:55 p.m.