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IT'S WAR FOR CERTAIN.
WE ARE READY FOR IT. WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Toll Sabred lO Tiaao.es O-v-ex. Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for $1 0. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED. Pine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Pine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. I KB I S3 j SB 1 23 J. L. Frohman & Co., WONDERFUL CLEjlJfiyC- Always this time of the year my desire is to get rid of all the goods in my line "whether i get cost or not and my customers always reap a great "benefit. This time my bar gains will be GREATER THAN EVER, so first coming will get the Cream, All goods in the mil linery line go in this "sale. MRS. 31GODY H-AJRIOETV. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, July 22, - - 1898 Miss Franky Doty is visiting Miss Lucile Ballard. Miss Jennie Galley is the guest of relatives in this city. Miss Cordelia Ray has returned homi from Linnietta Springs. CoL W. S. Ferguson, of Covington, is spending a few days here. Adjutant General D. R. Collier has been at home for a few da3's. Mrs. William George left Monday to visit relatives in liristol, Tenn. Mi a. Mollie Martin is the guest of her cousin, Mr. Ii. II Itatson. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Faulconer are spending a week in Frankfort. Miss Rella Arnold is in Crab Orch ard this week, visiting relatives. Misses Suttle and Smith, of Lexing ton, are guests of Miss Lottie Jiettis. Rev. and Mrs. Clark have returned from a visit to relatives in Imminence. Miss Hayden, of Lebanon, was the visitor of Mrs. Wm. Mason this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Daughman, of Koyle, spent Monday with relatives hsre. Master John Tanner and Mrs. W. K. Shugars were here a few days this week. Mrs. Mary Allan Weisiger left Mon day for Ejtill Springs, to spend a month. Miss Grace Miller has returned from a visit to her cousin, Laura Ii. Djty, of Brannon. Mrs. John E Stormcs has returned from a pleasant visit to Nicholasville relatives. Mrs. Nancy Mrs. b. bury, of Tcrry- yille, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Hughes. Mr. Robert Sallee, of Danville, has been a guest at Mrs. E II, Ballard's for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnston, of liar rodsburg, are with Dr. Jvanb and wife, on Richmond Ave. Mesdames Jane Jennings and Elisa Blankenship are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cotton, of Kirksville. Mrs. L. B;ddow, and Mrs. Lizzie Rice, of Hedgeville, visiu-d at Mr. E W. Lawless' this we.-k. Marshal Noel and sister. Miss Marga VI CXKf Orchard Springs. V -NOW OPEN. 83 MO TVTT rT A T A TTTkT 1 RESTFUL I MUSIC, I AMUSEMENTS, i GOOD LIVING.)-" For terms address Gas Hofmann, Prop'r. WIM as SJ1LE. ret. of Stanford, arc visiting their aunt, Mrs. J. M. lliatt. Mrs. Alex West has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Dei -m in, in Nicholasville. Burt A Spencer, of Louisville, is spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Spencer. Miss Eulah Totten, of Stanford, has been visiting her grandfather Wm. Totteu the last two weeks. Mrs, S. E. Menzies and danghte-, Miss Ida, of Donaldson ville, La., are viti.ing at Mr. E. W. Lawless'. Mrs. J. II. Handibo, of El Paso, Texas, a sister of Tom Wall, is visit ing her uncle, T. L. Broaddus. Dr. W. S Beazley twent to Louis ville this week to have his eyes work ed on. He ill return Saturday. Misses Annie Francis and Jennie Park', of Paint Lick, have been Mrf. Joe Robinson's guests this week. Ernest G. Brown has returned from a business trio to Louisville. He also made a visit to London to sec Q icea. Airs. lx?orge u. Kouinson Has re turned fr. m a pleasant two weeks' vis it to Washington and other eastern cities. Miss Georgia B irnes, the prettj' lit tle daughter of Charles J. Doty, is vis iting her little cousins, Lsna May and Hush Miller. Miss Mary Rout gave a hay-ride Tuesdiy evening, ip honor of her charming guest, Miss Bessie Bullock, of Shelbyville, Misses Angle and Stella Ballou, two popular Stanford ladies, are guests pf Mr. aud Mrs. II. M. Ballon, on Lex ington avenue. Me?darae3 Redmond, of Columbus, 0., D.jnley, of Louisville, and Sulli van, of Danville, are the guests of Mrs". John Donohue. Mrs. Bloch, Mr. U. S. Kendall. Miss- Bertha Bloch and Gene Dick, Crab Orchard Springs, were visitors in this city last- week. Miss .Nannie Beard, alter a very pleasant visit to her friend, Mrs. May bil Shear jr, returned to her home ii Lsxingtcn Saturday. Miss Maude A. Best and Bettie L. Arnold were entertained by Miss Mat- tie Mae Jenkins, of Bryantsville, last luisday and Wednesday. Mr. Robert L. Davison and sister. Miss Amy, gave a very enjoyable hay ride Monday evening in honor of Miss Bessie Turlcy, of Richmond. Mrs. A. S. Price entertained at an eleven o'clock Ir-akfast Tue day mornintr. Many of her friends were present and the occasion was very en joable. Messrs. Fisher Herring and Siufljy Hughes have returned from a week's stay at Dripping Springs. Robert E. Hanry will return sometime in the near future. Major Wm. H. Collier has been vis iing his pirents here for several dayf, Will was fi st made an adjutant in the S:cond Ky., but has since been given the higher effic j of major in'Cslston' Fourth Ky. Master Jack Doty, of Brinnon, met with a severe accident. He jumped.on a broken bjttle, cutting his foot two inches long and two deep. He suff ed very much for a while, but at pres ens is better. , TI13 Lexington Argonaut says Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Burdett arrived sevei al days ago from Killarney, FJa.j an are guests of Jcd;e and Mis. Walton. Mr. Burdett was formerly a prominent lawyer at the Lancaster bar, and has been an exile. In oaor health, for many j years. THE Fred Frisby attended the hop given by Miss Bradley, at Frankfort. Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird will entertain a umber of f Heeds at a dining today. Misses SuC'IIerring and Feisie Webb are at Dripping Springs for a few days. Miss Henry Fish, of Crab Orchard, is the guest of Misses Rella and All'.e Arnold. Miss Dora P.iilip, of Stanford, is siting Miss Kate S nipson, at the Mason Hotel. Col. John W. Miller has gone to De troit, Michigan, to see his race maro, Nora L., work. Miss Davidson and her visitor, Miss Turley, were guests of Mrs. W. J. Ro mans, Thursday. Miss Julia Mae G lines entertained a number of friends at tea Tuesday, in honor of Misses Davidson and Turley. Drs. K innaird and Wesley are at nding the meeting of the Kentucky State Medic il Society at Harrjdsburg today. Will Marksbury, of the Lancaster company, is at home on a lew day's furlough. He r,p orts the Loyi in good health ana everything moving along nicely. A p-rty of Lancaster folks is being made up to spend a week or ten days at Crab Orchard Springs. Ihey will not gj until after the big Gentry re union. Mrs. J02 Robiison entertained Wed- nesdaj', in honor of Misses Francis and Parks, of Paint Lick, Miss Letehar, of ienderson, Rev. and Mrs. Henry Faulconer. A number o ' young folks were hand- son e y enterU.i le 1 at the i e iidence 1 f Cat.t lite Dann, in Lower Garrard The evenintr was in honor of Miss Lyne Letcher. A report frcm Chick mauga sr.ys Lieutenant Farra has been very bu&y for the past three weeks as Judge Ad vocate for the Third Army Corps. The work has bean labcrous bat the geni al Lieutenant has stood it pretty well. Evangelist G A. Clingman, is h'dd- inc a meetinfr in New York. In Irs absence his fam'ly are being enter tained by Mrs. S. E. Rice, of Hedge ville. They surely will enoy her warm hospitality, and thus she will have a share in the meeting by doing her part of ministering to theai. Miss Letitia Simpson Brown has re turned from Lancaster, where she en- j yed a number of pleasant events. Miss Dove Harris gave an evening in honor of Miss Brown and Miss Bessie Webb, and a large party also accom panied the visitors to the ball at Crab Orchard Springs. Lexington Argo naut. Lieut. Robert Kennedy, of ths Lex ington company. Second Ky. Regi ment, cams to Lancaster with the re mains of young Johnston. He said to Record representative that the Second's boys were all well and hav a good time at Chickaraauga, but were anxious t go further South, lie expects the regiment to ba ordered to Porto Rico, but does not know when the order will come. Miss Lucile Ballard entertained charmingly Thursday evening, the guest of honor being Mr. Robert E S illee. Included among the guests were Misses Mattie and Lucy Ramsey, Ellen Mays, Estelle Poyntz. Jennie McCormac-k, and Franky Dot3 Messrs R. E. Svllee, Allen Hiatt, Wade Ter rill, Will B. Doty, Carlos Fish, Davy Harvey, Walker Guyn, John and Sa lem Wallace,' Thomps and Burdett Ramsey, J03 McCormac'.c, Root. Mays, Prof. Wilson Marietta. A Frankfort special says: One of tl e .wiliest hops that.have been g'ven in Frankfort recently was given at the Capital Hotel on Wednesday night by Governor anl Mrs. Bradley in honor of the guests of MissTChristineBradley Misses Almon Baker, of Somerset; Lil lian Armstrong, Lena Gordon, Mary Howard Elgin, of Flemingsburg; Ma r'.e Gatewood and Virgiaia Grubbs, of MU Sterling. A large crowd of young society "people were present The dancing began at 8 and lasted until 12 o'cloc'c, when lunch was served at the mansion. The young women now the guests of Miss Bradley are very attrac live. They are Miss Bradley'd school mates. Miss Sue Herring was the charming hostess to a number of her f riends'at GLOBE Telephone 136, her home on RVimond street list Friday evening. The ocsasion was in honor of Miss Bessie Webs, of Lexing ton. Elegant refreshments were en joyed by those present, and all re port a delightful evening. Those pres ent were Misses Webb, Bessie and Jennie Burnside, Annie Robinson, Nell Marrs, Carrie Currey, Francis Collier, May Hughes, Miriam Herring, Bessie Bush, Chloc West, Mary Miller. Messrs Bayless, Louisville, J. Mort Roth well, Joe Haselden, Letcher Ows ley, Bradford Jennings, Rev. Camp bell, Chas. Frisbie, Kerby, J. and L. Doty, Hugh Logan, Robinson and Walden. A letter has finally be n received from Capt. McFarland in which he states that his wounds were only slight and he has been with his company ev er since the battle at San Juan. His company, "E", was on the right of the regiment and it seemed as if the entire Spanish fire was directed at them. The regiment, the 10th, was leading the charge and Gjii. Hawkins was in front of E company on foot. Being close enough to distinguish offi cers from men, it is supposed the most of the Spanish bullets were aimed at Gen. Hawkins at t ii point. C . E h id a total of eighty men and there were twenty-eight of them killed or wounded. This was the greatest loss of any cimpany taking part in tie charge. Cap1. McFarland was shot in the lesr aud the iirst lieutenant alto wounded. Of the men wounded five were sergeants and three corporals More Local. Remember us Monday. Masonic lodge meets Monday night. The corn crop in this ounty was never better. Bob Moore, of Lar ayette, Ind., says that for constipation he his found De- Witt's Little Eirly Risars to be per fect. They never gripe. Try them for stomach and liver troubles. Stormes Drug Store. lm Special Sen-Shore li.vcursioiw. via dies apcake anil Ohio IJaiUvay. The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry., will run the following excursions to the Sea-shore on dates named. The tick ets will be good going on regular trains, to whicli necessary sleeping cars will be attached. On July 19th and August 11th, to At lantic City and Cape May, via Wash ington, round trip rate onlv S14.0D from Lexington and correspondingly low rates from other Central Ken tucky points. Tickets good eleven days returning. On July 23th, a round trip rate of $13.00 will be made to Old Point Com fort, Va. Tickets good going on regu lar trains and good returning twelve days. This is the best time to visit Old Point, owing to the interesting military maneuvers Send in your name for sleeping car space or for any information desired. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A., Lexington, Kentucky. A Sad Death. The death of young James Johnson, at Chickamauga, was a sad one, in deed. He joined the troops at Lexing ton, and it is believed that he was the first to enlist from Garrard county. He was just twenty-three years old, and enjoyed good health nearly ail his life. At the Chickamauga camp he contracted typhoid fever and notwith standing the fact that competent physicians did all in their power to check the dreaded disease, he grew rapidly worse and died, Friday night Johnston was a son of the late Joseph Johnston, and a half-brother of John nie Johnston who clerked in Robin son's hardware store for many years. '1 hat he was universally liked and popular is shown by the fact that ev ery business house in town was closed and the citizens turned out en masse to attend the funeral. The remains were .brought here and placed in the vault Friday night and the funeral took place Saturday morning. Elder Jes?e Wa'.den and Rev. nenry Faul coner conducted the ceremonies, the Lancaster band played several relig ibus hymns and the casket, wrapped in the national- colors, was lowered into its final resting place in the Lan caster Cemetery. Lieut, Kennedy, o the Lexington company. Major Will Collier, of the Fourth regiment and Adjutant Johnston, of Chickamauga, were present and" acted as. pall bear- era. HUBBLE. Eld. George Gowen will preach at the Christian church Sunday. Miss Bessie Alexander is qu'te ill at this writing. Miss Mattie White left last week for Colorado. Mr. Dostor died last Wednesday at his home, his remains were laid to rest in the McClary grave yard. E. S. White of this place, and Miss Maggie Lo-.vry, of Wilmore, were mar ried at the bride's home Tuesday. Mrs. Chu-cli Yager's little baby died Saturday at her father's, John Spoon atnore. It was buried in the Danville Cemetery. Mr. McCarley died Thursday, afttr ong sultering. i:e was buried at Preachersville, he left a wife and four children. Smallpox is now epidemic Jack- son , Laurel and Llay counties. Representative J. Morgan Chinn, of Mercer county, will be a candid it e for Speaker of the next Kentucky House. Clarence Vinegar was hanged at Georgetown, Monday at sunrise. Vin egar murdercl his wife in April, last year, lie was a negro. It is reported from Victoria, B. C, that Butler and three brothers, of Par is, Ky., have arrived there with 5 ',000 in gold, taken from the Klondike, with forty otheis in the party, who have between Sl.ODO and 10,000 each. The Butler's estimate this yea.'s Klondike yield at S-0,OOJ,000. The Commissioner of Internal Reve nue has held that reesipts used as checks to draw money from banks are subject to the stamp tax. It is said that several banks in order to avoid the stamo tax are acceptinc receipts for cish, which, cccording to the let ter of the law, are exempt. The Com missioner, however, has decided that under these circumstances receipts to all intents and purposes are checks, and therefore must be stamped. At Mt Sterling Sunday morning, General John S. Williams, "Cerro Gor do," died, aged SO years, after a long illness of heart disease. His death was not unexpectel, as he has been failing for sometims. Gen. Williams was a veteran of two wars. He serv ed with distinction in the Mexican war, where attained the cognoman of "Gerro Gordo.'' lie also served in the war between the States. Gen. Will iams was also prominent in politics. During late years Gen. Williams has devoted his time to farming and rais ing Shorthorn cattle, of which he was a great fancier. He leaves a wife and one child, Mrs. J. P. Holloway, of Win chester, a he remains were laid to rest at Winchester. r ufllrS Colic- Neuralgiaund Toothache WM, vin five minutes. SourStomach and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents. Get One of to Roasters Free! Call at ray store and we will ex plain. I atn still in the lead with BEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICES. Goods are all fresh. I can please . all. LANGDON'S BREAD PLEASE. GIVE TRIAL. DAILY. US A I 1 BALLOU SPEC 1AL RDM Ladies 50 cent hose for 35 cent?. Gents 50 cent Suspenders lor 35 cents. I also guarantee to duplicate any prices made elsewhere on Merchandise. Call and inspect. TERMS CASH. J. W. SWEENEY. Our Correspondent. One of the great factors in the suc cess and popularity of a country pa per is its country correspondence. In this respect The Democrat stands see on 1 to very few of its contemporaries. We appreciate the good work o' those whr, in various places, have eontr bu ted items that have made the paper a welcome visitor in so many homes both in Kentucky and among Ken tuckians in other States, and hope that these contributors will continue th. good work and let us hear" from their respective localities at frequent inter vals. We have this week sent out station ery, stamps, etc., to most of these cor respondents and shall at all times be glad to supply such things as are need ful. And now just a few words as to what constitutes proper items. We want all births, deaths, marriages, sales, se rious illnesses, visitors from a dist ance, religious or school item etc. Don't write of the visits of neigh bors, for in this sociable country it is too big a job for us to undertake. Don't write a long obituary concern ing a dead neighbor. Obituaries are charged for as advertising matter and it is hardly fair to try to burden the news column. Don't say that your neighbor, the storekeeper, is selling out at cost or lower than his competitors. This is advertising matter and he should pay for his advertisement. Don't make your items too much of a j family matter. We are interested in you and your relatives, but we arc also interested in other people and want to hear something about them. Don't feel offended if some things you write are not printed. Sometimes it is nec2ssary to leave out much of the matter that has been prepared and it is better to leave out comparatively unimport int items from each of sever al places than to leave out some of our correspondence altogether. Again the same item is frequently sent in by sev eral correspondents and if it is left out of your list, it is probably because it has already been sent in by some one else and is already in type. Again, we b3g of you to accept our thanks and expressions of distinguish ed consideration and we hope you may "live long and prospjr." Harrodsburg De mocrat. ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" ftemedy. Is the best forFeaaleTrwMw. Corrects all lrreeularltleslnKemaloOrcan3. Should be taken for Ckam el Life and before CMM-Wftk. Pitaten t'i Time" rnA5 nave stooa tne I test for twenty years. Xtis only by N-jw Spencer Medicine Co., Chat- For stile by B. E McEoberts, Lancaster Danville, Ky, I 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. SVINEBROAT, C. C. J. K. Robiksox, K. R. &. S. Go on the DASYIUE STAGE USE. I.v. Lancaster S a.m. I.v. Duuville 2 1-..M. .r. Panville 10:C0 a.m. Ar.'Jjincaster 4 0 r.M. Makes con nection with 4:50 train for Richmond. Can be found at Stodgill's Siable or Clemens Hotel. Notice. All persons having claims against thb es tate of T. L. Harri.s. deceased, will present them, properly proveu. to Joseph Arnold, ad ministrator of salilT. L. Harris, or to ft. H Tomllnson, attorney, within the next thirty days. All persons Vnowins themselves in debted to said T. L. Harris, dee'd., will plea-e come forward and pay same to said adminls trator. This July 11, 1 SOS Joseph Arnold, Adra'r. T. L. Harris, dee'd- " W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & Gulley. 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