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orth for the Public Dressin Extra Fine Overcoats, Nollby Shirts, Stetson Hats, V ly v 1 vi . Jv si. Jv 1 1 sjv v4l 4. -.-.- --4--.--- -4- -c -4 - - - 'ts 'tN 'fs 't 'tx '"Ts 't 't 'tN 'Tx 't 't 'T- 'tN 't Bring It's I i 0 J J. L. Frohman fe Co., Jjlillinery Opening, Saturday, Oct. 8. We will have on display a very select and elegant line of pattern k hats and bonnets. A very cordial invitation is extended to all. Don't U'oi'g-et Tlie Dates. Eespectfully, NOEL SISTERS. Telephone 85. CENTEAL RECORD. FRIDAY, September, 30 1898 PERSONAL. Mrs. A. II. Rice has been visiting in Lexington for several days. Mr. Jim Cook, of L-.'x'njton, has been Miss Helta Arno'.u's guest. Mr. George Palmer and Miss Jennie Shumate visited Danville Sunday. Mr. Tom Underwood, of N cholas ville, spent Sunday with home fol cs. Miss Lu'.u Anderson attended the W. C. T. U., Convention at Louisville this week. Charley Walker has recovered rapid ly from his siege of fever and is able to sit up. Miss Mollie Douglass, of Versailles was with friends and relatives here this week. Mrs. Robert E kin is visiting in Liu ifville, and will attend the W. C. T. U Convention. Mr. Graham IV.c, of Danville, is visiting his ousins, Messrs. Chas. and Fred Frisbie. W, O. Dunlap has returned from" Lex ington, entirely recovered from his Ill ness "f fever. Co. Thornton Kemper and s'ster, Miss Meek, of Iloyle, were visitors in this city Monday. Miss Annie Wallace left Tuesday, for Texas, where she will accept a po sition as art teacher. Mesdam?s J. A. Dudderar, Susan and Will Lear visited Mrs. S. S. Yantis, at Winchester this weelc Mr. 1. S. Wall, a member of the 158th Indiana Volunteers, is visiting his brother, T. L. WalL Mrs. Clara Robinson, of Texas, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. John Aader son, on Lexington Avenue Miss Jane Hopper left Wednesday to visit friends at Harrcdsburg.Salvisa, Hustonville and Covington. Messrs. John Uigginbotham and W. McClellan Johnston have been to Lou isville this weekja business. Miss Tevis Carpenter, a charming young lady of Stanford, wa3 the guest 1 Miss Eugenia Bush Tuesday. Judge and Mrs. R A. Burnside gave a dining Wednesday evening in honor of their nephew, W. L. McFarland. Don't forget the Lawn Party at Dr. Ilerring's, tomorrow (Fridaj-) evening for the benefit of the Baj t'.st church. Miss Dora Rubel. of Garrard county, is spending a week with her sister.Mrs. James Munday. IlarrodsLurg Demo crat. Miss Henrie Bird Fish has returned to her home in C ab O.-chard, after a pleasant visit to her cousin, Miss Roll a Arnold. Dr. and Mrs. James G. Carpenter and daughter?, Misses Tevis and Josephine, OPENING, Saturday, Oct. 8. REMEMBER, All are Cordially Invited. Miss Sallie Tillett. of Stanford, visited Miss Rella Arnold Tuesday. Win. Marksbury is quite ill of fever, at his home in MarceUu.s Mesdames Charlton Elrod and Ilarry Hyde left Monday for their homes, the former to Louisville, the latter to St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Hughes Aldridge is improving s'owly, after a three weeks illnes-s, at the home of his brother-in-law, Mr. J. R. Uaseldcn. Dolph Rice, of Danville, was here Mondaj. He tells us he will re-enter the livery business as soon as his sta ble is repaired. Rev. II. C. Clark has been assigned to the locil Methodist church for the next year. His many friends are glad to have him remain. Mrs. Norris and little daughter,Mat tie, leave this week for Frankfort, to spend several days with her husband who has a good j b as cleric in the office of the penitentiary. Mr. Landrara 'McFarland, of New York City, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. R. A. Burnside. Mrs. McFarland is visiting relatives in Lexington, and will come to L mcaster this week. Inv'tations are out announcing the wedding of Miss Annie Robinsi n and Prof. Postle, on Thurslay evening October C, at 7 o'clock, at the home of the bride on Lexington avenue. Mrs. Maria Mays, and children, E len and Robert, have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Jessamine. While there they attended the Centen nial and made quite a protracted visit Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson, of Lancaster, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Poynter. Miss Eliza Luns fori, of Lancaster, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Barnes. Livingston Colo nel Lieut. Claude Wherritt has been in an extremely critical condition for the past week. Several times all hope of recovery was lost, but he has held on and there is a possibility of his recov ery. Capt W. C. McFarland, of the 10:h Infantry, has been ordered with his regiment to Iluntsville, Ala. His wife and son, who are visiting here this week, will go to that point in a few daj's. Mr. McClelland Johnston and son, Btadley, have recovered sufficiently to be able to return home Monday, 'lhey have been sick of fever at Sulphur Well, in Jessamine, for a month or more. Miss Harriet Wellington Glasscock was married in Cincinnati last week to Mr. Clarl: Foster Hull, of Lawrence burg. The bride is well-known throughout the state as a teacher of elocution and delsarte. She has visit ed Lancaster several times and made many friends here. She is certainly a beautiful woman, and the lucky Mr. null is to be congratulated on win ning her as his bri le. An impromptu dance was ginnin Masonic Hall, Friday evening, which was quite enjoyable. A band from Danville furnished music. The young ladies present were Misses Carrie Cur ray, Jennie Burnside, Mary Miller, Al tie Marksbury, Maggie Tomlinson, Ju ia May Gaines, Alberta Anderson and Nell Marrs. The boys present were C. and F. Frisbie, Will Walker, Kin naird, Marksbury, Herndon, Beazley, Ed. Doty, Djnny, Harris and others. V The many friends of Mr. J. L. Froh man will regret to hear that he is con fined to his room by sickness. Ills physic'.an, however, promises to have him out in a short time. Danville Ad vocate. If you have friends visiting you, or it Ina are going on a trip yourself, kindly inform Thk Recoiid of the fact. We are not able to employ a Pinkerton detective to ferret out the news, so unless we are told of these things we miss them. Tr ill)iUon: Prohibition!! Co". W. II. Ziegler, Prohibition can didate for Congress, will address the citizens of Garrard county at the fol lowing times and plaees: Buena Vista, Frida3' evening, 7 o'clk. September 30th. Buckeye, Saturday afternoon 3 o'clk. October 1st. I. O. O. F. (COLORED.) St Louis, Oct 4.10. The L. & N. will sell round-trip tickets to St Louis at one first-class fare. October 2n, 3d, and 4th limited to October 13th, account Grand United Order of Odd Fellows (Colored); iron clad continuous pass-ige forms to be used by Agents who have them. Sensational Suit. Mrs. Emily Buford Brlstow, of Cov ington, has filed suit for divorce against her husband, Prof. Frank L Bristow, teacher of music in the public schools of that cit'. U he plaintiff in her petition alleges that they were married June 24, 1S91, and the result of their union is a child, Nila Guy Bris tow, aged six years She charges the defendant with cruel and inhuman treatment toward her, and with false ly accusing her of unchastity. She further alleges that the defendant has the title to a tract of land in Jessa mine county, Ky., known as the Pali sades, better known as the High Bridge Camp Meeting Grounds. She claims that whi.e the title of the prop erty is in her husband's name, by her own industry and earnings she h: s paid 84,000 of the S5.00J purchase price, besides improvements placed on said property amounting to $2,590, and that he is threatening to dispose of the above-described property, and that if necessar' to keep her from en'joying it he would set fire to the cottages and destroy them. fclie further claims that the defendant is an improper per son to have the care or control of tl.e'r child The plaintiff prays for an al solute divorce on the above ground?, for the care and custody of their child, for an allowance of alimony and fur ther asks that the defendaut be en joined and restrained from coming about her or her child, or ia any way molesting or disturbing her or the child until further orders of the court In the absence of Judge Tarvin, the restraining order asked for was grant ed by County Judge M. T. Shine. Mrs. Bristow, who is a most charm ing lady, is well-known in Danville and has many warm friends through out Central Kentucky who will sym pathizj with her in her domestic trou bles. She is a sister of Mrs. Oscar Taylor and Mrs. May Bu.'ord Alexan der. Danville Advocate. Do Not lie Imposed On. Always insist on getting Foley's Honey and Tar, as it is positively, ab solutely and unqualifiedly the best cough medicine. Accept no substitute. lm. HUBBLE. Bro. Gowen closed his meeting at the Christain church Sanday with-17-ad litions. There will ba preaching at the Mc Kindree church Saturday night Sun day and Sunday night Mr. John Bright and family have moved to Danville and Mr. Hughes and family moved to the Bright farm A'stublorn cough or tickling in the throat yields to Oae minute Cough Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the right spot, reliable and just what is wanted. It acts at once. Stormes Drug Store. lm Mr. John Smith wife and baby spent Sunday with Mr. Spoonamore and family. Misses Nell and Maria Grif fin returned home last week accom panied by Misses Lacresa and Lillie Underwood. Misses Myrtle Hughes and Stella McCleary, of Stanford are the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Withers. It lilts She Spot. When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feels sore, take a dose of Foley's Honey ana J ar. When the soreness will be a t warm grate healiug o f once relieved, a ful feeling and parts affected will be experien ced and you will say; "It leels so good. IT HITSthe SPOT." It is guaranteed. Telephone 136, CARTERSVILLE. J. B. Conn can furaish you with all size picture frames, at rock-bottom prices. lias a large stock of molding to solect irom. Corn cutting in full blast in our community. Preaching Sunday by Rev. Bryant W. II. Zeigler gave a very interest ing talk on prohibition on Tuesday night J. B. Conn cih furnish you harrows, plows, harness, buggies, surreyes, and carts, at prices lower than the lowest. John W3'lie is sick of fever. J. B. Carter and wife visited friends in Stanford on Saturday, returning M a day. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led dishon est people to attempt to counterfeit it L 10k out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure. Siormes Drug Store. lm FLATWOOD. Mr. James Worrell bought two hogs from W. L. Luwson for $10 03. Mr. John Gibson sold two mule colts for 50.00, also Mr. Win. Gooch sold a lot. Rev. Iry Parton has sold his farm to Mr. Moore, of Belie, Count. Price unknown. Uncle Anthony Kennccly, a highly respected old colored man, died Sun day night of dropsy, and was buried Monday evening in the colored grave yard. Come to the basket supper at Law son'a School l.ouse Satu-day, Oat Sth. The proceeds of which will be expen ded for a globe and necessary articles for the school room. The ladies are kindly requested to b:ing baskets. Doors open at C o'clock p. m. A crowd of young people from Swee n;y joine i a crowd from this vicinity aad spei.t Monday afternoon in hunt ing grapes. Those present reported an enj yable time. The champion pic sers were Miss Gracie Morgan and Clyde MeCarty. 'J he others present were Misses Jennie Morgan, Sallie and Cecil Dudderar and Stella Dishon. When you call for De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't accept anything else. Djn't be talked into accepting a substitute, for pile., for sores, for burns. Stormes Prjg Store. lm Teachers' Association. The Teachers' Association of the Bryantsville precinct, convened at the Presbyterian church, Buena Vista, Saturday, Sept 24th, with a large number of teaches and friends pres ent The visitors as they arrived were pleasantly greeted by Misses Alice Robinson an. I Dora Ruble, and shown to seats by Messrs. Chas. Robinson and Bradley Cunningham. The meeting was opened at 10:3'J o'clock, with a song "America" aud prayer. Miss Mamie Lane in a short address, which was responded to by Miss Katie Moore, extended a cordial welcome to all. Miss America Duncan read a careful ly prepared paper on "The Problem of the Child." This was followed by an Essay by Miss Mary Tomlinson, sub ject "Great Kentuckians." Major Heury T. Stantan was espacially men tioned as the Poet Laureate of Ken tucky. The Rev. Zaigler delivered a short, but very interesting talk on Scientific Temperance. Miss Millie Duncan read an essay, 'The 'Jeachers' Work." Miss Al;c? Dunn, in a terse and pointed way told 'What the Public Demands of the Pub lic School Teacher." Dr. Ely, Presi dent of Caldwell College, Danville, was present and delivered an eloquent ad dress on higher education of our boys and girls. Miss Lucretia Skinner clos ed theprograin with a brief history of the Buena Vista school. During the day Misses Lilian Poor, Pfattf CUBAN OIL cure, I 1(4191 Vl Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents Trained Nurses. The service of Nurses who have graduated from the Louisville Training School cau he secured at the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary of Richmond, Ky,; price $15 per week, except in coutaglous cases, for whleh $20 is charged. Application for nurses should he made to the Superintendent of Infirmary. These together HOW To QHain a Roaster Freo. Call at my store and we will explain. Talk about cheap Roods, when you buy of me yoa know you buy the best. We allow no one to undersell in on same grade of goods If we lend money we want interest. If we ex change goods for dollars, we want a very small margin. Buy of us and get pure groceries. DO NOT RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES. Call and Enjoy a Pleasant Chat Pleased to see you. NO WORRY HERE. H. M. BALLOU. Ellie King and Lilie Leavell, enter tained the audience with recitations. The exercises were interspersed with delightful music, which was under the efficient management of Mrs. William Smith. Oae feature was a pitriotic song, "Red, White and Blue" by the children. Miss Elisa Lusk, our worthy S.iperintendent, was present, greetin her many friends, and reports the meeting to be one of the most enjoj-a- ble aud profitable she ever attended, Among others present were Miss Janie Lusk, Prof. Postle and Prof Patter son, Principal of the Lancaster Graded Schools. By no means least among the enjo--ments of the day was a very bountiful dinner served by the cit'zins of Buena Vista and vic'nity, in the shade of the beautiful trees iu the yard. The people of Buena Vista have be come very much interested iu the cause of education and made the day one long to be remembered by all pres ent. Much credit is also due Miss An derson, the chairman of the Associa tioa. The following resolution was adopted: WiiEiiEAS, It has pleased Almighty God in His infinite Wisdom to remove from our midst our fellow-teacher, Mrs. America Harris; '1 heref ore, be it, Resolved, That in this death the teachers of Garrard county suffer an irreparable loss, as she was an honor to her profession, and beloved by all, and that our sympathies are extended to tne family and relatives of the de ceased. LUCHETIA SKIXNEK, El.I.AKETII TOMLISSOS, AMEKICA Duxcax, Committee. A CRITICAL TIME During the Battle of Santiago. SICK OR WELL, A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY. The Packers at the Baitle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes. Their Heroic Effects in Getting Ammuni tion and Rations to the Front Saved the day. P. E. Butler, of pack-train No. 3- writing from Santiago, De Luua, cn July 23d, says: "We all had diarrhoea in more or less violent form, and when we landed we had no time to see a doc, tor, for it was a case of ruse and rush night and day to keep the troops sup plied with ammunition and rations, but thanks to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able to keep at work and keep our healtn; in fact, I sincerely believe that at one critical time this medicine was the indirect saviour of our army, for if the packers had been unable to work there would have brea no way of getting supplies to the front There were no roads that a wagon- train could use. My comrade and myself had the good fortune to lay in a sup- Ely of this medicine for our pack-train efore ve left Tampa, and I know in four cases it absolutely saved life." The above letter was written to the manufactures of this medicine, the Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, Iowa. For sale ;by R. E. McRoberts. make fine Danville, -);STERLING SILVER In articles suitable for Wed ling Presents. Tea Table, Dessert Snoons and Forks. Also Berry and Salad Spoons. Crjam an I Gravy Ladles. Butter Knives, the highest grade only carried. Exquisite Cut Glass in Xew Cuttings. C. N. McDONNELL, THE CAPITAL J -OF- i SDRPLI $300,000.00 f I $65,000. LANCASTER, KY. . a- A. R. Dexnt. President. Jxo. E. Stobsies, Vice President. Wk. H. Kixnaird, Cashier. a. C. Denny, J. F. Robinson, Jk, Assistant Cash'r. Book-keeper. R. T. Embrt Ass't Boot-keeper. D1RECTOR3 Sam'l. D.Cochran, Jas Spllmaa, Alex. R. Denny, A.C.Robinson. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno.E. Stormes. I A Few Points of SUPERIORITY- Over All Other Heaters. The Practically INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FiRE EOWL, PRODUCES THE FOLLO'.VIMQ RESULTS: Perfect combustion of Soft Coat, consuming all tha Fumes and Gases, gaining jst so much more heat that in other stoves is wasted. Great in The Cross Drafts from the Bowl, causes the heat to be radiated to the floor instead of to the ceiling, lUc other direct draft stoves. Great Satisfaction in this. Perfect control of the fire, so an even heat can be main tained, and a good fire kept over night. Great Comfort N in this. Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction. Manufactured for O. K. STOVE AND RANGE CO. For Sale by J. C. ROBINSOTf, FOR SALE BY THE W. H. LACKEK, Successor to Lackey & Gulley. First-Clas LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN. CORSETS tV V harmony. JV Jeweler and Optician, Danville, Kentucky. R. KIBNAIRD'S Insurance Agency Representing Over - 357,000,000 - In the following Fire Insurance Companies .Etua or Hartford. (Jaecn of America. National of Hartfort. riienix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and 31crcl:aiitile. !x3rmiu American of Xew York. Liverpool aud London and Globe. I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance COMPANY. RrHADMHT w Economy this. Unprecedented Heat, Economy, Durability. LANCASTER, KY. LOGAN DRY GOODS CO. NEW LIVERY. I have purchased the "Wal ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs , on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial-Travelers. RICE'BENGE. St 'r?V.fgsP?