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LI VOLUME IX rr Kv nt Xtcnnit fUn Mtttt NUMBER 29 ttoi r a ilL tilt tt JncM 1 4 yche gntt4t i 1Snrcen Yar Umrf 1 LIB J LOIJl LANJHtAAl- JI 1 Ituro 171 j i i I WEEKLY Bi The largest and most complete line of and HBating Staves ever brought to Lancaster includ jug a handsome and wellselected line of Airtight Heaters Our prices cant be dupliated Also an elegant assortment of Bear Fur and Plush Robes at UnHeardOf Prices J R Haselden HARDWARE STORE Cooking c t II Col W G WelchStanford W I Williams Lancaster WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky Alt business attended to promptly J l BEAZLEY BAUGHMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky P LA OASTER FRIDAY GO rOBE 28 1898KY IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER 1 r i lIiII I III I e 11 uo J Prettiest shoes at Josephs S Fresh barrel sorghum at G S Gaine All Wool Suits for S850 J C Hemp N See J B Jennings line of new Neck Wear 1 Will pay 12c for fresh eggs H B Northcott Fresh Seed for sale at T Curreys cheap Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs at J A Beazley Co Peaches Grapes Pear and Fancy apples at G S Gaines V The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines I A full stock of Lily Bulbs at J C Thompsons st See Dr A D Smith Co now at Mason Hotel until Nov 1st 1898 Large line of Dinner Sats and Chai ber Sets just received G S Gaine A pretty girl in one of Josephs cloaks is a sight lovely to I you voted for free pikes you ought to vote for the bonds to pay for then Miss Sallie Tillett has bought half of Mr Bookouts house for SG5 I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Fresh Oysters received daily Served and sold O F Lancaster Hotel For Sale Forty 6 0 lb steers 10 heifers ep30 T M and W McC Johnston A number of the young men of the town went chestnut hunting Sunday they report a good time but chestnuts we rj scarce Money To lend on real estate at 5 per cent address W S Lowwill Attorney Dan ville Ky 1 111898 The merchants say Monday was the best Court Day they live had this year There was a tremendous crowd in town During the past few days the weath er has been very cold but Joseph still has a sufficiently large stock of cloaks to supply the ladies i 1 hill Chinese Sacred behold j illett Timothy t pretty SUITS AT 5 Better ones at 750 All the novelties- of the season in suits at 850 10 12 and 15 Best line of 750 Over coats in the market See our Top Coats at 850 Also New York Box Coat at 12 Boys and Childrens Clothing Buell Bootees If you comfort try a pair Mens Shoes from 2 to 350 made by the best eastern factories All the latest style Toes and Lasts in Ladies Fine Footwear The latest patternsin Neckwear Come and see what we have in Grants Underwear at 1 a suit A new line of Stiff Hats just opened Best Alpine hat in Central Ky for 1 Some beautiful things in Grentlemens Umbrellas Give iis your order for a nice Tailormade Suit COME all SHE OUR ALLWOOL l3eautifll aiue ot want Hightop A Rev W 0 Goodloe preached Presbyterian church Sunday Colder weather is coming so go t Josephs and get a pair of blankets Rev T H Campbell preached farewell sermon at the Baptist chtrh Sunday Some minister from Darville fill the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday All the latest Novelties in Woolens for wear now in come and see them J C HempnilL The ladies of this section will have nothing but the latest styles in dress goods Thats why Joseph has such a complete stock Two more weddings booked for next month One couple will marry in a church and the other will fool the old folks but dont tell anybody First Snow The first snow of the season came down Wednesday It melted as soon as it struek the wet muddy earth The bond issue will throw some of the burden on the coming generation They will enjoy the pikes so let them help pay for them The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Batson this week and at that time will pack a box to be sent to the Orphans Home The ladies of the Methodist society gave a donation party Saturday even ing at the home ot Rev Clark on Stan ford Ave Gov Bradley appointed Mr T Cur rey of this citj a member of the Pure Food Congress which meets in Wash ington January 10 Nothing catches the admiration of a man quicker than a petty foot get your shoes from Joseph and you will be in the style The Lexington Herald says Mr Ca sey Owsley the son of Judge Ovsley of Lancaster expects to come to the first of January to sette here to practice Handsome Team Mr James A Beazey purchased a team of beatiful dapple grey horses this week to use with his This completes his outfit which is one cf the best Kentucky at his will r hear e th men Ladies Lexington lay SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I roe AM ROBINSON 1 KentuckyLancaster t 1 T Y 7r 54cnwsmrC IN MEMORIAM Sarah Adeline Walker was born at Lancaster Ky more than three score and ten years ago and died at Lexington Ky at noonday on October 0 1893 Her father was William Walker and her mother Sarah W Lapsley The earlier years of her girlhood were spent in Tennessee the death of her parents to Lancaster in May 1847 accompa nied by her only sister Miss Kate Walker who was never separated from her till death severed the tie In November 1848 she was married to William Jennings Landram who had recently returned from the Mexican War and who afterwards served in the Civil War retiring with the rank of and dying at Lancaster October l 1893 Of this union were born ten children Martha Who died aged one Mary now Mrs Richard A Burnside of Lancas ter William Walker who died in tht prime of manhood Addie Mrs Wile 1 am C WcFarland U S A Sallie Lt gan who died at the age of five years Ella Burdet Mrs Woodford G Dun lap of Lexington Greenfied Ranson yho died aged one year Katie Mrs McGugin of Howard Indiana and Louis the editor of the CENTRAL HECOUD Twelve grandchildren also survive her Her remains were taken to to be interred in the family lot at the cemetery The services con acted by Rev W O Goodloe assist by EM George Gowen and Rev T tl Campbell The pallbearers were vV II Wherritt W H Ktnnaird H A U Martsbury D M Lackey Dr J V Grant and T W Reid Many offerings of rare ra rant flowers attested the love and friend ship of the survvors Sacred words md tender songs were offered abcv her bier Mrs Landram was early identfi d vith the brave little city on the hill side and her ambitious selfrespect ing citizenship Here were bora men who distinguished themselves in the truly the navy the state and the earned professions Here the house vives were accomplished in the duties and graces of domestic life diligent factors in the probity and prosperity f a community The decased was strongly attached o her home her husband and her ahildren To her church she brought faith of the Huguenots that had been rooted and grounded in her heart oy generations of ancestors Her tastes were simple and her manners unassuming Her mind was stored vith the best literature of her times ted to the last the thoughts of great writers and the acts of our national tierces elicited her attention Though the vicissitudes of had cast their hadow yet there ever came at her call a keen sense of the humorous Women and men a e largely the prod uct of environment The ife and mother bound to the everrevolving wheel of the domestic arena and barr ed from the Diverting avenues of the progressive woman of today must needs possess an exhaustless fund O reserve force to rightly balance the law of compensation- An active brain a sensitive spirit and an allabsorbing demand upon her nome circle for the reciprocity of a de voted nature taking irresistibly the deeper tinge from the sorrows to mankind reacted upon an frame and intensified the gloom That she was a firm unshrink ing Christian was shown in her calm passing into the great beyond Not a wave of trouble rolled across her peaceful breast She talked to each beloved one in words that can never be forgotten To a friend she spoke more than once of blest visions of her dear ones gone before came to her and sat beside her and talked with her Of her comfortable in the city yet not of it far away from its noise and dust and con fusion with green trees In sight and sweet fields at hand and kind heart to minister to her she talked in grate ful words and said to the listener Wont you write this for me when 1 am gone Her mind was so cleai that even as the last faint sigh was leard a tender word escaped her During those last and were less than a week she remember ed countless events and happenings among her friends and her old gen erous wholesouled hospitality conjur d up peasant in the retro She died amid the fragrance of flowers and tokens of affectionate care Her nurse inured to scenes where life fitful fever is settled paid a beautiful ribute in speech and tears to the p tience and courage of her dvinp charge Like the going out of a flame her soul took wing and her eyes closed noon the face of her Iren and of the devoted sister whose whole life had been passed at her ide If the thoughts and wishes she ex Dressed from to time could have ben embodied in verse verified as they were in her actual experience of leath she might have Come gently Death when at the close of Lift Worn march and weary of the strife I draw latest Like some kind friend who with a noiseless tread And silent voice draw nigh unto my bed So come thou gently let me close my eyes like one who While oer my sense dreamless slumber creepsAnd lie With calmly folded hands my breast Like one after labor takes his rest So let me gently die Come like the change which paints the leaf An let the parting hour on earth be brief skies Come gently Death when my race When I the victors fadeless And close my Upon she return- d Brigadier tleral month Charles d and God earin he lie comm In lips b autumn e1ast wreath have won A F UD 1 Lancaster were enfeebled These surrounding nett gently breathe Deaths 0 Life a i- ran weary eyes a K A s Taxes past due Pay be ore the penalty goes onJ B SANDEUS S G C For Rent Dwelling now occupied by Buthr Fox on Richmond streetW J Roman Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Dont fail to see my TailorMade Suit for Ten Dollars It is All Wool and a perfect fit is guaranteed V J G HemphilU N Just racilvjl ti j hi i Is n J i line of Misses and Childrens Shoes ever brought to Lancaster Come in and see them J B Jenning at the leading grocers and they havent got it order direct from U C aye Ky Wagon in town dily 1021lm I have decided to locate in Lancas rer and will with my fam ly about Decembar 1st to practc3 my profession V BURNETT M D oct2 itf City Property For Kent My home on Lexington street be College and Judge Hemphills Full particulars on application to Herring Mrs Susan Fisher tf I will prosecute to the full extent of the law without distinction to parties any and all persons caught fishing in the lake on the distillery premises V oct7 Jxo W MILLER Mgr I wili be from home next week but Messrs E W and J Randolph Harris will wait on my customers Satisfac tion guaranteedM D Hughes Agent Dr Goldstein This famous optician will visit our and be at the Mason Hotel Mon Oct 31 This is your opportunity to get glasses properly fitted Wait for him In Cincinnati October 20th Mr Bohl to Miss Jennie Ferrell The bride is a native of this county while the groom is connected with a large grocery firm in Cincinnati Dr Wesley has moved his family in to Dr Hoods property on Richmond street Mr G S Gaines and family have moved into the Weisiger on Lexington street A thief broke into Mr Solcn Henrys residence Tuesday night but was frightened away before any valu ables were secured The thiefs track is small and he wore pointed hO2S i Mr Walter Grant and Miss Annie Bell Wheeler of Kirksville were mar ried at the Tillett House Wendesday afternoon by Judge Burnside As soon as the cermony was over they drove to the grooms home where an elegant supper was prepard Notwithstanding the fact that all the goods boxes and vacant chairs about town are covered with fellows who know how THE should be run we could find no one to the task last week when we should have been away every day Speaking Monday The candidates or congress Judge G M Davison and Hon G G Gilbert locked horns in joint debate at the Court House Monday We were una ble to attend and the friends of both parties say their man Et im up so we presume both sides are satisfied Green Apples There is a tree at Dr Kinnairds whish s full o a second prop of ap ple J The tree went a regu hr of blooming and leafing Toe fruit is about the size of a walnut IUt Wednesdays si ov made it look i little tired Carl of Thanks- I take this meth dof thanking the friends who were so n I to our f during oar great bereavement A Distance rendered in such a tim is a tare nlication of true friendship and vords area not at my command wth vhich to ex res our deep apjprecia ion Louis LANDRAM Mid Uuulup Hotter A message yesterday said Miss Eu genia Dunlap was much btter She is in St Josephs Infirmary Lexington suffering from a severe case typhoid fjjyer Her critical condition prevent ed her parents Mr and Mrs Wood G Dunlap from attending the funeral of Mrs Landram Saturday Premiums Although oar prices are as the lowest to increase patronage the Howard Tailoring company of Chica go will give an Sllviroin watch or a hi h class handsome um brella latest style handle value 9353 with each suit of clothes er overcoat bought of them This not change price or quality and a fit i guaran teed M D Hughes Alt Notice 81000 Notice If you call for Potts Pour Ptts Buck movehere tween SaUce Notice Married Ernest Removals property RECORD undertake throuh coarse oily o lwas does t Fisher American r 5w h l M1k n Just Received A line of Ladies TailorMade Suits New and Nobby Styles and Prices Very Reasonable Also just received a Second Shipment of Ladies Capes and Jackets We have had splendid trade on Jackets and Capes and have had to duplicate several styles Our Low prices make them popular Sellers Cloak Department Give us a look through our Cloak Department before you buy Logan Dry Goods Co o f Ii nrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnrmmmmmmmmnr Call from Mr Gilbert We had a pleasant call Tuesday from Hon G G Gilbert democratic candid rte for congress is a pol ished gentleman and his company is exceedingly enjoyable He is closely related to Dr Dave Logan decJ and that agreeable social nature so char acteris ic of the Logans comes out strongly in Mr Gilbert Good Work Some one has been stealing Leslie Herndons corn recently and the latter laid for the thief Monday night About two oclock a gentleman of scent appeared at a shock and Les turned loose his shot gun The hide of the thief was pretty well per forated and he swore to Les he would intrude no more He was permitted Kindly Remember That J Randolph Harris is collect ing for THE RECORD and if the amount due is not paid him he will continue to call until he paid or the debtor made to wish he had never been born He moans business and we trust you will mean the same To those notified through the mails we wish to say Mr Harris is looking after this part too and will keep up his efforts until the debt is settled Rev Peter Vinegar Rev Peter Vinegar a colored with quite a wide reputation deliv ered several sermons at the Court House last week closing Sundaymight His first subject A Damned Hot Day drew quite a crowd We could learn nothing from those who heard it as to Bro Vinegars application of the ratLe peculiar subject except that those who go through lie disregard lug Gods Word would find warm weather in the prepar ed for sinners One o other suL jects was 13 Footmen Walking Down the Road and another Is there any Man in Heaven or in Hell that Left the Earth or Feed that Thresher All Honor to Sept Hood Supt Hood of the K C division was here last week on connected with the road He expressed ITm 1 avorably toward giving our peope a night m at the depot and a petition has b en epared aid sent him ask fag that this be done It is out of the question to suppose that people would stand in the cold and rain waiting fo these trains and Mr always looking out for the comfort of the pat rons of the road will that the waiting room is keep comfortable and have a there to sell tickets re ceiv lajfj p am 1 Icok afterthe wants of passengers The night trains fur niai excellent facilities for travel anI the people delighted with them Mr Gilbert togo h preacher exceedingly place his business Hoed as 4 f I African r seep man stirs 2 Y HMJB Ofr S borttllfiUS HMi v er Fear in Advance TE 11 sue large atnont of travel goes to show We understand Clay Hamilton is as night man and THE RECORD hopes he will get the job He is steady reliable just the fellow to the bill He will be put on duty the first of the month The Second Kentucky The boys of the Second Kentucky are certainly a devilridden set of they have had nothing but hard luck since they began organizing If ever a lot of boys deserved sympa thy these surely do They were dered to return to Lexington last Tuesday week and every man able to do so was on hand prompty They found to their amazement that no provision whatever had been made for their coming and they were turned loose to roam about the city hog or die Some succeeded in getting into hotels and boarding houses bi t we saw a great many wandering a m lessly about the streets with no blankets or money with whch to get a meaL It was Wednesday they secured tents and these had no flooring No one seemel to know who was to blame and the boys cussed everybody from the President down to company cooks Whoever is to blame for this outrage should be ridden on a rail The men are now in quarters expecting everybody to be mustered out Months of neglect cannot borer come by feeding a f w doses of the remedy after hogs are post help Avoid risk and make extra flesh by feeding Dr Haas Hog Remedy in time and according to directions For by J M Uigginbotham 1m Wednesday between J C Robin store and J G Sweeneys ladies black cape Return to this office B y ito tW hijhert y fc fci ftai Acttwl tests drm it ce M third fartfctr law My vtfar krwC so r 11 r androot u T booked fellows r 5 Y rover- coats before vr sale Lost Jx seas residence I m4 E tIt Sf Sits istwsa uetrsstt 55j wait O c 1 S I I CKNTEALr R OOKD ilVERY WEEK BY QUIS ZASDRA V Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ISmug I Ow YwTt iv ADVANCE lOO SIX MONTHB 5t THE KB 2S f FRIDAY October 28 1898 WHKJT oaes mother dies loses tlu best truest and most devoted fricn it is possible to have upon this earth Of course there are others bcvmd by the strongest tics but Mother Af fection holds fast when all others wa ver Xithing is more heartrend than the sight of the remains of those vre love being1 Ioirere1 into an open grave but this sad scene is greath modified when we know the dectasei has come as near living up to the of God as it is poss be lor hu man beings to do It is perfectly nas ural fur every man to think his the bst person on earth pity int one who does not thinlc so Being n devout Christian our mother strived hard to train us up in the way which we should go and utTer did we cause to reirret our actions when fo lowing her advice and teaching J we have any good points at all c them to the careful and prayerful work of Mother For nil our bhort comings and faults we alone are she is not 0 ly a hours before her death she called s to her bedside and admonished us to put our trust always in God and ceed hnv no fear whatever 0 the outcome All of this good advice givin bv a mother comes back to m n when he sees her lying cod in death and vt speak of thee so thit tho e mlar a mothers carj may ti h ed what she says ana wailc in tle piths she imlicates IT s grail yin to see the large num Ler or men who liive Kicke1 out from aadtfr the party lash and th t they will hfr nt r vote for the best tn in nomine i d The prjcuci of vomits or yeilow do irnphr OPCIHIOI he is on ray ticket i riskily 3s n avuy Of con su tlier Hire men in notn parties wi o tK hoi to the old prejudice and hnvt a h trcd for anyone who dares to from tiif e but this latter class tiiin oat VVhea n election s M and a man stanch take ttw tp out sitie mid iuwi tiit iirc wv er t eir a i ity to loot after tie public cast hs rote for the one b will i the b st ai teutiou to olliee po runv numb skulia have ben dceVii i py JK cause they were democrats or republi cans Ii you will stop to think of it ninetynine out of every hundred 0 the strictly party man are bowing around for the simple reason that the have an axe to grind They arc what may be truthfully called Partisans 3 or Revenue Only Such people give us a pain in the abdomen If there years these people would soon starve T JIB desire to get something for nothing Inns grown to disgustingly large proportions among people o late years The latent and silliest break is made by a company who were mu tered into service at Newport Ivy in 18GO and by some oversight were never mastered out Those left of this company met at Newport Sunday and decided to make a fijht to compel the state to puy them for all the time since in claiming that as they were not mustered out the pay should necessa rily go on We do not suppose one of the men would dare make oath that his services have been worth a to the Commonwealth As unrea bj as this move may appear it is about on a par with many other types of rascality practiced every day people too infernally lazy to do honest who expect to get for nothing Tine London Speaker commenting ed ofIlia Cuban debt says If felt that international loans incur red against the will of the people would not attach to the country in the event of a change of government there would be less of that monetary of misgovernment which has the high finance of the century The Speaker that Spain has for many year charge 1 up an enormous debt to Cuba in the hops of saddling it on the States when the inevitable loss of the island should come about Tun Peace Commissioners are a picnc They are wined and dined work but two hours a day outrageously large pay from Uncle Sam gang may in dong gocd for our country we greatly fear it will wind up as a complete fury J he Spaniards were we see no need in asking the DOCK advice as to what the United States will do with territory justly gained MR B LEK DAVIS has leased the Richmond Register and will together with Mr H R Pickles continue the publication Mr Davis will have charge of the news and editorial de partment which insures a mighty good papar TImE RKCOUD wishes its old friend and neighbor unbounded ADVERTISED LETTERS Litters remaining in PostOffice week ending Oct 24th 1S9S Miss Nannie Haley Mr Frank Ilcff an VVtfcn called for Advertised Wm T West P M Lancaster Kyf h commands mother r ponsi land final thin t f a d Ii i Iii a f irs Iud hoc itstrig out o soldiers mustered penny SOl workand something Spanishinvest- ors support disgraced Nineteenth declares Unit having andreceive his succeed whippedand cesi I ig ha- o u t gs yet irnnuvice 1ignst nil s r thc d SireS u1 F IIC r The Matrimonial Experience of Sirs Mary of Kentucky Wire i nut MARRIED FIVE TIMES LOUISVILLE KY Oct 21 Though only 23 ears of age Mrs Mary Horn who lives near Ky has the most remarkable marriage record of any woman in eastern Kentucky Within fcur years she has had five husbands Her maiden name was Jones and at the age of 18 she had her initial matrimonial venture Her first husband did not live long Shortly after his death she was again led to the altar Her second marriage proved an unhappy one and she soon obtained a divorce Within a year she succumbed to the importunities of a former suitor who became her third husband As in the case of her first he did not long survive the union A little more than a year ago she was married a fourth time to a neighboring farmer but they soqn parted by mutual consent Her fifth marriage was solemnized last May The match is so far a happy one MUST CHANGE CONTRACT The Martin Chair Company Required to Guarantee ThirtyFive Cents Per DolT for Each Convict FRANKFORT Ky Oct a reliable source it is learned here urday that the state prison have served notice on the Chair Co of Cincinnati contract ors for the output of the prison chair plant here that it mustlefore Novem tcr 1 make some important changes in its present contract or that it will canceled and the convict labor leased to so some one else The change re quired so it is said is for the Co to guarantee 35 cents per day for each convict employed instead of the present system The state board meets here on 2 and final action in the will then be taken THE R N I B ROAD Petition Plied by the LiciilioMeri to tire Rceiit Sale Made for S172 000 to a London Syndicate The Most Noted Character in the lie is the Last of the Family LotisviLiK Ky Oct 25 A petition was filed in the United States court Monday morning by the lien holders of the Richmond Nicholsville Irving antI Beattyville Railroad Co praying that the court set aside the recent sale of the road made October 0 for 172 000 to a London syndicate The plaintiffs are G C M and G A Shanahan and E T Powell who hold mechanics liens for 5180000 out of a total issue of such liens of 400000 In the petition plaintiff say that they consider the property worth fully SUOO 000 and that they pray the court to set the sale aside WILD BILL TURNER MinmEsnoRO Ky Oct 25 Wild Bill Turner the most noted character in the mountains was shot and killed by Will Coombs Sunday night Turner ran a moonshine saloon on the stale line between Kentucky and Tennessee and had made a fortune lie had killed several men and was a holy to his enemies In town he well was handsome courteous and lie is the sixth brother killed and is the last of the family lie was in the TurncrPartin feud HEART DISEASE Capt Carter Chief of the Secret Servloo Bureau for Kentucky Indiana and Found Dead in Sled LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 25 Capt Thos 15 Carter chief of the secret serv ice bureau of Kentucky Indiana and Tennessee was found dead in bed in his room in Selbachs hotel Monday morning Coroner McCullough rendered a verdict of heart disease Capt ter was appointed several months ago to the vacancy caused by the death of Capt Michael Baster and was one of the best known secret service men in the country Capt Carter intended joining isis son in Indianapolis Mon day and when called to take time train was found dead in bed The coroners verdict was that he died of heart about midnight and without pain Jail Delivery Frustrated OwEXSKono Ky Oct 25 The of Jailer John Ashby frustrated ai wholesale jail delivery here He found 13 men busily engaged in trying to force open the doors with heavy boards obtained from benches Caught in the Act of Kobbery- MAYFIELB Ky Oct 25 Uurch IIoll yer and Lethe Mitchell two boys of this place were captured by the ponce in the clothing store of Pittman which they had entered through a back window The officers were on the watch them having been in formed of the contemplated robbery The boys were placed in jail to await trial at time next term of the circuit court They are both hardened and have often been in trouble Krans Will Get It LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 21 County Clerk William Johnson has an nounced that unless the present aspect is changed he will give the republican G V lUeUmanB Ambition FnANKFonr Ky Oct 22 Hon G W Hickman member of the legisla ture from McLean county will be a candidate for state superintendent oi public instruction before the convention nest year Telephone Meeting The date of melting of the various independent telephone companies of Central and Eastern Kentucky at Crab Orchard has been changed to Wednes day November Bastin Hotel atj3pm n TwentyTWO Years uf Ae 1rstonburg 24From Sate commissioners Martin bee Martina under November matter Se- tAide talus Shot Killed by Coowbf terror dressed polite Tennessee Carr disease vigilance Elliott criminals before P Congressman democratic 2at l fun Mom mn and Will fork ej NEGRO LYNCHED no A tanltcd and Attempted to Murder Annie Morrison Daughter of a Cum berlaud County Farmer I ToMrKixsvnTE Ky Oct has reached here of the lynching of Arch Haur colored who committed an and attempted to murder Morrison oldest daughter of Hen ry Morrison a prominent farmer of Cumberland county The crime was committed at the home Friday afternoon about 3 oclockThe members of the Morrison house hold the neighborhood except the eldest daughter who re mained at home to care for the house Baur unnoticed went direct to Mor riscns home Miss Morrison screamed for help when he entered but one was near enough to hear her though the house was close to one of the most frequent ed public roads She fought the fiend with but the Negro drew a piece of sharp iron striking her two or three blows on the head and inflicted wounds that may prove fatal lie fled believ ing his victim dead When the neighbors learned of the horrible affair they formed a mob and pursued the Negro with bloodhounds They trailed him to a small cabin within five miles of where the crime was committed Time door was quickly broken down The Negro hearing the nois tried to make his escape through a window but failed When they entered he begged for mercy but a noosed rope was quickly thrown over and abouthis neck and he was dragged more dead than alive to the woods where the rope was tossed over the of a tree he was hauled into the air and the life soon passed out of his body The lynchers left and Eight bullet holes were found in the body Saturday morning The remains were buried by Uaurs rela GOEBEL LAW UPHELD A Decision by Judge Cantrill of George town on the Celebrated Kentucky Force Bill An Appeal FKAXKFORT Ky Oct 21 Judge Can trill rendered a decision at Georgetown hursday night holding the Goebel election law or force bill constitu tional The case will be appealed to the court of appeals Judge Cantrill did not render a writ ten opinion Thursday but will prob ably do so later and for the present j the details of his holding can not be stated The principal ground relied on by the opposition was that the law is in conflict with the federal statutes and Judge Cantrill overruled this and other minor contentions to Chickumauga FHAXKFORT Ky Oct 22 Gov Brad ley has announced tbe names of 50 prominent Kentuckians who will ac company him to Chickamauga upon the occasion of the unveiling of the monument to the Kentucky civil war toldiers in November Movement of Troop Begins Sunday LEXINGTON Ky Oct 25 The of troops from Camp Hamilton to the camps in the south will begin next Sunday when the division and their staffs leave The regiments begin leaving November at the rate of one reg nent a day Got Judgment for S580- HENDEKSOX Ky Oct 22 Judgment was rendered against W F Green for 5S0 in favor of Rebecca Berry claimed Green got her to sign away her pension claim on which he drew 700 and only paid over Green has been arrested and will ba tried in the United States court at Owensboro for defrauding the woman out of her pension money Two Days Courtship IIOPKIXSVILLK Ky Oct W Porter a wealthy fruit grower of Hy poluxo Fin and Miss Ella Ferguson of this city were married here Monday and left immediately for their future home in Florida Only two days ago Porter who formerly lived here met Miss Ferguson for time first time Dead of Typhoid Fever BOWLIXO GREEK Ky Oct 25 Charles T Wooten aged 21 years who has been in the employ of the Wells Fargo Express Co at St Louis since his fifteenth year arrived here Satur day morning and died at an early hour Monday morning of typhoid fever Overlooked Diamonds LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 24 A man the residence of Mrs II G Brent and keeping her covered with a robbed her bureau of 4i5 in money and a lot of jewelry He overlooked a case of diamonds however New Trial Denied LOUISVILLE Ky Oct Judge Rutledge has declined to grant a new trial in the contest over the will of the late Isaac R Green who at the time of his death was the oldest law yer at the Louisville bar LEXINGTON Ky Oct Camp Hamilton private James James 3d Kentucky died of typhoid fever ills borne is Madisonville Ky Private Jo seph White Company C 3d Mississippi was found dead in bed Irons heart dis ease Home Boston Mass A FveYeaiOd Girl Burned to Death HOPKINSVILLE Ky Oct lloyd the fiveyearold daughter of John H lloyd of Kelly was burned to death Sunday her clothing having caught fire at an open crrnt A Short Sad Story A Cold f NjgUct Pneumonia Grief Tad Foleyls Honey and Tar been nsed this story would have had a hap pier ending flm f 24News assault on Annie I were in rio desperation I I l his head I lime I remaining th body disappeared ti Ikadleys Trip movement commanders U he 150 25J entered 24Special Kentucky Dies in Camp 22At 24Dcila t 3 i JA 4 7 ris Moron visiting ecs revolver Sildier Lm3 McKbsrts Old books taken in exchange BooksArr Sehoo14 DrugStre VERY 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 I v j Y p discomforts and distractions incident to childbirth It is applied externally which is the only way to get relief Medicines taken internally i will not help and may oL result in harm Mothers Friend fits and prepares every organ muscle and part of the body for the critical hour It robs childbirth of its tortures and pains Babys coming is made quick and easy Its action is doubly bene V ficial if used during the whole y period of pregnancy 1 per bottle at all drug stores or sent by mail on receipt of price BOOKS FREE containing valuable to all women will be sent to any address upon application by The Bradfieid Regulator Co Atlanta Ga FROM HOOSIERDOM OSPOI LVD Oit 21 9S EIMTOP CENTRAL UECOJJO Alter our snort Jut pleasant to our old hume tins summer we resolved to partially resume our lor uur relation to tile dear old CEXIKAL uECOliu but since our return to the iiooaier State oue duty has been fol owing so closely in the lootprints of another that our time for correspond ence has been limited each Saturday as we eagerly peruse the pages of treasured items about our mends and their welfara we more firmly resolve to let them know how J cday ends our first month of school and a very pleasant month indeed has it lor we certainly have a m jdel school with all the modern conveuien c s With all due courtesy to Old and her we shall have to confess to you Kentuck that we are better with ihellocsier schoolsystem than ever Everything more systematic The tenant ollicer has been around to investigate the attendance but he did not find any out of our scnool and we suppose he found very few out any pupils attend and will the entire winter Although we have had our Institute one week we have a Township In titute one Saturday in each month during the term in which we discuss our reading circle work Pla tos Republic and Social Element and a so other as Method School Management and some of the common branches these we have oar County Teachers Association on Fri day and Saturday after ro you see we ever lack the chance of mingling with fellow teach we did not have a faint recollec tion of reading an article some months a o penned by our worthy editor in he praised meritorious points of Hoosierdom and contested th m with some of the darkest faults of the grand old State Kentucky we hould greatly fear we have boasted too much of one of the grand est timings of this State the school ystem but as it is we feel safe and shall leave well enough alone at least until next time HOCSIEB PEDAGOGUE THE HEW WAY 1 information visit pleasantiy we are situated Kcn tucky ian su bjecs I sides rsIf par eetty I I I o e reuar1 3 used fe male diseases could only be treated after lo cal examina tions by physi cians Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering The WOMEN II of I introduction Wine of Cardui has now demon strated that ninetenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at The simple pure taken in the privacy of a womans own home insures quick relief and quires no humiliating examina of female troubles disordered menses falling of the womb whites change of life It makes women by making them well It keeps them young by keeping healthy 100 at drug store For advice In casss requiring special The Chattanooga Medicine Co Claus nooga TeRn W I ADDISON MD Gary Miss says 1 use Wino of Cardui extensively in and find it a most excellent preparation for femals troubles Win ofirdui nothesitate anydisease II symptomsthe r t I I t Inflections of The worldsa opinions are the suspen dr o a mans respectability Lots of iiiCn balieve in a woman that dot take any stuck in women If cats iH r crying in the daj time women iu cLil near so much i r them The minister is the only one who knows what a m ly have eve ry night for suppr You can tlvr ys tell how much a girl likes to ba kissed by how siccked she looks when you talk about When a w matt wans to say particularly nasty about another woman she says her husband is such a only a little bit fishou ed New York Press It lilts The Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your throat aid lungs feels sore take a dose of Fo leys omy and Tar Wh tint s intieM jwll be a tonce ul feeling a n i alfeceil wi 1 IT 11 ITS the wa m eating experien eels so good I is uaranteed ORGANIZED 1883 a r doe t it kindman old relieveda 0 td amid you will say jv P tim something oars I C NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER FT Capital Surplus Fuid 100000 15OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Caretnl and Prompt Attention Guarantee J M HlOOlNIiOTUAX LBWIB Y LEAVKLL B F HUDSON Preside VicoPresideb Casbict V O RIGNKY Assistant Cash WALKEB Bookkeepe DIRECTORS J LEWIS Y LiEAVKIil JSJOHKSON H C ARNOLD JK AUCZGIBBS J JACOB Y ROBINSON NEW LIVERY I have purchased the stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com morcial Travelers RICE BENGE NATIONAL BANK C D MHIQQINBOTH TMARNOLD B F HUDSON J WLXBB sI493 TH r Walker 5 CAPITAL 120000000 OF SURPLUS 6500000 LANCASTER JLT A R DENNY President JNO E STORMKS Vice President H KINNAIKD CashierWHo SCDKNNY Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper R T EMBKY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Cochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson JDO EStormcs Saml D Insurance Agency Representing Over SSTOOC OOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort PheBix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Merchaatile Bermin Amer can of New York Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance KNIGHTS OF PYTWAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally inv ted Gv B SWINEBROAD C C J E ROBINSON K R S R1INNAIRDS tna COMPANY j i SUGAR SUGAR 20 pounds Granulated Sugar for 1 1 pound Bulk Soda Sets Levenngs the King of Coffee pkg lOots Everything Else as Cheap This Week BLUE BASS GROCERY E W PERKINS Clerk EPH P BROWN MGR Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco National Bank R KINNIARD I CO l IIJ i 11 tA1 r J1 S Office Not all welldressed men are but all men dressed by HEMPHILL are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a saving of at least onethird as compared with some prices My lines of Foreign and Domestic Woolens are all in and I can show you quality and prices that will interest youReadyToWear 650 to 1800 J c competitors Snit All Wool at dressed by a1HEMFULL Tailormade suits to your measure 10 and 35 I will guarantee to fit you both in and Readjtowear Suits and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking elsewhere Truly Yours J C HEMPHILL E W Lillard Jno BStout Lillard Slouz Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY OO Tailor rnade xoooooooo OOOOOooOOOXaX c k LEADIN0DRUG0IST8iiakt oo00000000000000000 Election On Bond Issue To Be Held Nov 8 1898 GARRARD COUNTY COURT Called term Fiscal Court July 25th 1898 Whereas the legal voters of Gar rard voters in the general election held in and for said county in November 1895 voted in favor of the Fiscal Court acquiring and maintaining the Koads in and the question being submitted to them the said legal voters of Garrard ccunty in general election held in and for said county in November 1895 in and for Garrard on first after the first Monday in 1S9S which is on of November 1898 an election shall be held and a poll shall be at each voting place in in said county all voters in county shall be privil edged to the question Are you in favor of for the purchase and maintainance of the Turnpike roads of the county free of to traveling public and it is further the Garrard be and be is hereby directed to advertise said and object therefor at least thirty next date of in Tint it being the newspaper having circular county and also by print adjudgedthatcountv th November the 8th eachvoting precinct al voteon Sheriffof saidelection tbelar est l a55 5 ed hand bills posted up in no less than House door for at least days next before date of said election It is further ordered that if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of said bond utes relating to this subject issue bonds in sum not exceeding thirty five thousand dollars such terms as to time of payment and payments of interest sale of bonds as the Court may in its discretion deem best but bonds are not to be sold for less than their or bear interest at a greater rats than 6 per cL per an numfrom date of issue until paid and are not to extend beyond 30 yearn The clerk of the Garrard County and Fiscal Court is hereby to certifv acopy of order to the Sheriff of fJarrard on or before the 1st d iy of August 1898 R A Judge A true copy Garrard Court Att J M Duncan Pursuant to the foregoing order of the Garrard county con t which is of this notice an election wlirc and polls opened at all theregular voting places Garrard coun at next election which will be held November 8 1S98 which election in all respects will be held in accordance the general election laws ctKentucrrJ S 6 C I I precinct 53500 00 maintaining county BUR SIDE made held I t obedience I 5 ClerkS 5 k5L a 5- i 1r I utchess rousers UptoDate The past record of this great make of goods has proved their durability of wear and perfection of fit while the accompanying illustration taken from a window display of one of the many great establish ments who use the Dut chess proves the actual test of strength every garment is guaranteed to possessEvery pair sold under the Dutchess guarantee The most simple and yet strong est warrant ever promised on any make of Trousers BEST IN THE WORLD TRY A PAIR tKxu arQND R ONLY iNtst tHSEou Uri You Know What has caused so many ladies to be in town this week Why they heard of those pretty STYLISH HATS just received Noel Sistersand all wanted to see them New Goods Day Come and see us We take pleasure in showing goods Phone 85 A f Ever t T f CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY October 28 IS 8 PERSONAL Charley Pnilos vita D IJ zey studying enti try Mrs John M Ljgau r a few days visit to Cincinnati Miss Martha Elkin is the guest Mary Welch in Nicholasville Misses Lillie Lula Graham spent Sundiy with Danville friends Miss Amanda Este has recLVirecl from a recent severe spoil of illness Mrs Turner of Nashville is visiting her daughter Mrs James McCarley Mr II N Beard an insurance man of Louisville is in town for a few days Mr Tom IJaughman of Boyle has been visiting his neic Mrs Jas Beaz ley Mrs Gabriel Lackey of Waco Tex as is the guest of Mrs Mattie Dun can f Mrs J W Poor of Bryantsyille who has been strlously sick is some betterMrs W C McFarand ani Miss Kate Walker reurned to Lexington Monday Mr and Mrs A II Rice left to spend the week in Richmond Indiana Eld Robert n of Bargin has been Eld George Gowens guest for a few days Mrs J C Robinson is visiting sister Mrs Charhs Richardson in SomersetMiss Ovsley of Arizona ns the of Mr Arch Walker anJ family week Mrs Rosa Brown Crow of visited her parents near ths city this wetk Mrs Moore and Mis King of Bur gin have been visiting Misses Martha Sallie TilletL Bob Henry is now located in Oklaho ma and writs TIIK RHCOUU he is try ing to buy a farm Mr and Mrs Frank Estes of Kirks ville visited relatives and attended church here Sunday Miss Mable of Wchita Kas has been the guest of H M Ball WE INVITE k all of our friends and pat rons to call and AN INSPECTIONof took pains to select only the HANDSOMEST HATS and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets Miss Bailie Tilletl rcrooa CO QOC a ae Cllell 1I0 1000 g 00 QO s e ss Xo land Monday E he uest is Louisville and Chr man especial t I I IJ oaai ea o vowolY rnc edveto 1 1 Mo oft I I j r L 1 l d I I I1 I i t maker 1 1 Planters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia a i Toothache in five minutes SourStomuch and Summer Complaints Price 25 Coats lo i this week Mr Fish r IKrrin visiUd hissister it G r rtivrt Sunday Mr 1 V Rout o Stanford was m t vn Mn tr aid urie TIK tiec Jt iiiic i cab Mr AUx Jssizi y and churn in lni riNr MaJtif of Crab Orchir Wen grets of Dr etzloy- Mr Grimes and daughter MissPiU line have returne I to Stanford aft r a visit to Mrs A C Denny Miss Baylor Jennings has gone to Spencer to visit her reiative3 and will remain there several weeks Julge M D Hughes has returned from a trip to Som rset He says it is one of the best towns on the map Mrs Kitty Burnside and Mrs A G Huffman of Stanford altsndel the funeral of Mrs W J Landram Satur dayEder Jesse Walden has goe to Washington to engage in a meeting He accompanied by his wie Robert Hueston has returned to his home in Danville Illinois after a pleasant visit IL Batson and family Dr Wesley went to Stanford where in the absence of Dr Car penter he assisted D Peytoa in per forming an operation Misses Pearl Burnsile and Mary Bruce Messrs Jack Rout and A S Price of Stanford have baen visiting Misses Bessi3 and Jnnie Burnside Mrs E W Harris and son George Mis Solon B Henry and two children Ella and Allen returned last night from a visit to relatives in Arkan sas and Oklahoma The wayfaring man though a fcol could not err in my measure blanks You ae sure to get a fit If you do not dont take the suit Come and compare prices and quality of goods M D HUGHES Agent Back to Work John Duncan who has been to his bed for several months is able to resume work in his barber shop over Benges stable He will be glad to cee his old friends and will ap prociale a share of the pabliJo nage tf The DudderarMIM I have rented the famous Mill near Gilberts Creek and am to furnish the best flour Will make a specialty of custom Farmer bring alongybur wheat and cp A Satisfaction fcUirantcedL i07 JOllY C POTTS Broke Jim Up at Somerset tock sledge hanmrs and broke into the blind t the Ths mode of procedure has entirely broken up the dens in that town Some of the owners and backers said the offi cers had no right to break into the houses but they did so and this brave act has been questioned i I ant county ton I prepared very ger ators a i was Monday Sure Fits confined pate grinding Gfi ers arresting ole not r ivrrwpti THE PEACE COMMISSION That it is best for the Men Boys and Children tot Buy their of Us a f T Prosperity to All Deal ill is as we give Good Value and Save Money for the People One Low Price to All All our goods are the best J L Frohman Co Dgnvill aNy 0 id q THE GLOBE Has Settled the Fact lothing who Th Central Kentucky Medical As sociation met here on the 0th inst The meeting was called to order by the President Dr J S Wesley AHer the reading of the minutes the follow ing papers were read 1st The Seruim treatment of Diph theria with reports of cause by Dr J JJ Kinnaird Discussion 2J Netrilie Dr Harvey Cowan Dan ville Discussion The met ng then a to met in Dnvlte on the 3rd Thursday in January lloviig phys were in a d e rs m K ii r d II K Cw i atJ Mtvr n Steiubu Paint Lilc OiJi non Stanford Elliott IJrvtmsvu Herring Grant Knnaird A to a Wesley of Laicaster Shot the Sheriff LONDON Ky Oct 20 Majichester Robert Lucas shot and seriously wounded Ben White the sheriff About three weeks ago White went to the Lucas hotel owned by the widow Lucas mother of Robert and fired right and causing considerable trauble butjhitting nobody Tuesdays shooting is the result Died of lirislua LAWBENCEBURO Ky Oct 26 John McCalla a wealthy and prominent farmer died Tuesday morning at his home near Hebron of Brights disease an invalid for time The buried Wednesday at Their Mtrried Life Was Short LEXINGTON Ky Oct 20 Last June Ben Way of Louisville and Grace Taylor of Richmond eloped The girls father appeared on the scene and took her home The young couple never lived together and Way has commenced for divorce Foul Play Suspected WnrrESBURG Ky Oct 26 The re mains of a local traveling salesman named Perry Hawkins claiming to hail from Winchester Ky were found on Lower Long Ford creek near the Pike and Letcher borders Tuesday Foul play is suspected Undrr Lircilns Pcmre OwENSBono Ky Oct 26 George W Jolly states that if he is denied the log cabin as his device in his race for con gress he will have his name printed under a picture of Abraham Lincoln and the words Independent Republican ticket Third Kent cc jr May Cuba FRANKFORT Ky Oct 26 It was stated here Tuesday that the 3d in camp at Lexington htis been selected to do duty in Cuba The official order is expected within ten days Alleged Murderer Arrested WiMiAMSTOWN Ky Oct 26 Word has been received from Mt Sterling that Wm who killed Dave T Franks at Crittenden county last April is in the custody of the at thatplace Held Up and Robbed by Soldiers LEXINGTON Ky Oct JO John O Lee a huckster claims to have been held up and robbed of by four sol diers on Pemberton avenue at 3 oclock Tuesday morning Diphtheria Closed t eJ jhooU RICHMOND Ky Oc oT Diphtheria has appeared at this county and the public school there has Burned to Death OWENSBOBO Ky Oct 26 Mrs John Johnson 74 of age burned to death at her home near Knottsville Her clothing caught fire from a grate Du Not Be Imposed On Always insist on getting Tar as B ab tolutely and unqualifiedly the best cough no substitute i he cia I P Le l 21 X 1 lefty I Disease lie was 74 of has been sOme were suit Go to semiofficial y Kent ckynow garrison 8 own suspended loo c turned t S Mlle years age and remains Heb- ron now Sanders this authorities Fc years was Foley r s When you have a bad cold Dr Incli nation would recommend Chamber lains Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and safe to take Dr would recommend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and per manent cure Dr Reason would it because it is prepared on scientific principles and acts on na tures plan in relieving the lungs the secretions and restoring the sysbm to a natural and healthy For sal by R E McRobirts 1m I omoM r xv t Lic tv M jday 5 vo3ir l 3 4 n 4 Elm e zcl w s d i elfu V H Cu 13 7 P i m I G VS III A S r 5 p h I t 1 iiif1 12 hiys from las J r n sod to ff Dunn a J C Siler who is connecteu vni1 the stock yards at Lexington is home this week Richard Robinson sold a work horse to 15 D Iloltzclaw for 535 Mrs Dr Brown is visiting friends here for a few days D B Edmiston and wife of Crab Orchard was at W H Cummins Sunday Bryant Ballard is visiting her daugh ter at London this week J F Pet tu3 a business trip to London a days ago Oh the Pain of RheumatismRheumatism in tense suffering Many have for years vainly sought from this disabling disease are today worse off than ever Rheumatism is a blood disease and Swifts Specific is the only cure it is the remedy which can reach such deepseated diseases- A few years ago I was taken with Inflamma tory Rheumatism which became so intense that I was for weeks unable to walk I tried r several prominent k and took their treat ment faithfully was unable to get the relief In fact my con dition seemed to grow I worse the disease spread over my entire body from November to March I suffered I tried V many medicines but none relieved me the of a 3f friend I decided to try B S S Before allowing me to take it ever my guardian who was a chemist the and pronounced It free ol or mercury I felt so after taking two that I continued the rem edy in two months I was cured completely The cure was permanent for I have never had touch many times exposed to damp and cold weather M TIPPELL 8711 Powclton Avenue Philadelphia Dontsufferlongerwith Rheumatism liniments as they Dont experiment with doctors their potash mercury will add to your destroy your diges tion recommend J PC AqERSVIlLE I lot Hoi tee in 0 I i It a f i ICf f4r 5 II Ifn c rrri t v V m i i nignt C j at jMr physicians but slightest analyzed cannotreachyourtrouble and i Experience opening condition e C t ers C kvu Hete ins o Venon- ti r v cirk at n o ivuc i visiting made few because ands i F i advice 7 s disability for l will and permanently It is guaranteed purely contains no mercury or other mineral Books free by Swift Specific Co Ga Farm for Sale I will sell my farm containing seventysis acres privately and on easy terms Th laud lies about 4 miles cast of Bryantsville Is easily reached and In good of cultivation House contains four rooms and has all nee esssrybutbnjldiugs There is a good orchard and never water The is under good fence For further information call on or Mrs J M Scrivner lOlSgS Bourne Ky flfog pIne I i cure an Atlanta state address FLATWOOD there was preaching at Harmony church Sunday by Rev Hutchings The was me tins at Lawsons Chapel Sunday The tobacco men are all busy tobacco Clyde McCarty was turning W II Furrs mll on Friday last when the mawhead blew out Fortunately no one wis hurt Mr V Furr ha from clfot t C e xvnere lie his Oton at tencliii iei e wetii Kev M u t id family vibte at o in urryinufs Sun uiv liras May s of c spjnt i uesd y at Flat wood nitie was fil Us t rheuin ti in ii ni tttitn unit at lim s unable l p t n S I nt u toe llo r e triel in tcu tl iu r of tnrt we thonsjiit oilii tip n Vi iii most tip d spnr wiif SIt ono advise us to iry Cintsib r i tinS Iiiu LI dIll Ve t uni ih first butte L ve so much reiiol h ve rut a second one uni to mr prisc it nr Rim i d J T KYS Pa t r h s i hi U tiC liar Ham lUilC Our by a ill vry thing i 1- I stripping r turned o un ac bursa wit t div s earn No more tickets for the Baking Pan after Jan i will be given so get your number and get a pan We want BUTTER EGGS HAMS Will pay good prices for produceWe selling Fancy Groceries So Mp Call and get our prices and see our goods will be glad to see you Bring your friends with you H M BALLOU Silver Plate that Wears Let us call your attention to our Rogers Bros Triple plated Knives and Forks They are made to wear and con sidcring can make you a very low price The knives are plated on the best of steel and the forks on hard white nickel silver They are guaranteed to give satisfaction the purchaser I 1847 thequality style and finish tot i A fun line of Spoons Sugar Shells Butter Knives etc in J847 goods always on hood Let us show them to you J C THOMPSON r Finest Line of and Overcoats Ever shown in Central Ken tucky at Prices Lower than you can purchase elsewhere Boys Suits Guaranteed to Wear Childrens Suits Fi ner and Better than ever shownFree Toll and Feed MANHATTAN SHIRTS BEST MADE STETSON HATS NOBBIEST MADE BEST PANTS ON EARTH Try a pair and you will buy no others Suits Gleaned and Pressed Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 136 Free to our customers Moits Suits Stacy AdaJll Mades Shoes Best 2 STERLING SILVE1R In articles suitable for Wed ling Presents Tea Table Dessert Spoons and F irks Also Berry and Salad Spoons Cream an I Grayy Lidles UiUUr K lives the highest grale only carried Exquisite Cut Glass in New Cutting C N McDONNELL Jeweler and Optician Danville Kentucky J 1 A FEW POINTS OF rfo OVER ALL OTHER HEATERS THE PRACTICALLY INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL PRODUCES THE FOLLOWING RESULTS SUPE IO rrY IN THE 9zdant 7r last Perfect combustion of Soft Coal consuming all the Fumes and Gases gaining just so much more heat that In other stoves is wasted Great Economy in this The Cross Drafts from the Bowl causes the heat to be radiated to the floor Instead of to the ceiling like other direct draft stoves J Great Satisfaction in this F c= Perfect control of the fire so an even heat can be main tamed and a good fire kept over night t Great Comfort in this w Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction MANUFACTURED FOR O K STOVE AND R NGE CO FOR SALE BY J X ROBINSON LANCASTER KY adYCORSETS WH LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley FirstClas LIVERY mm HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN UrR Goldstein of No 541 Fourth ave Louisville Ky will hj at Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday October 3lZ1898 Returning ope day each moath Eyes examined and glasses scientific yd I on n3ed a 1 DURABILITY UNPRECEDENTED HEAT ECONOMY JUST ALiTILE BETTER THAN ThESF5T FOR SALE BY THE LOGAN DRY GOODS CO Fruit Flowers Shade Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1SSEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Fruit and Ornamen tal Trees Shrubs Roses Vines Small Fruits Rhubard Asparagus and all stock grown in nurseries Prices reasonable as employ no agents Descriptive catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYFR Phone 27 Lexington Ky jTs S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted with out pain Crown and Bridge Work a specialty Office overT S meat shop in tbe new Thompson building Trained Nurses The service of Xurseswho have graduated from the Louisville Training School can secured at tbe Ptttie A Jufira yof Richmond Ky price per week in contagious 20 is charged itlon for should be made to the fcnperiatsndent of Infirmary we fiIt Elkin i l vhIth I f I c A nurses kJ i Donot miss your chance for HE KEEPS J a f I I o C i I at EK C 15 4t i BEST STOCK Of ClOTHING AND DRY GoODS INTO i1u j f t II arWUWWW S of Jas Speaks sqme fat hogs at 3c Capt T A Elkin bought some extra yearlings at 25 per head T S Elkin bought of Jack me 153 Ib shoats at 3 cts J M Roberts sold to Peoples a nice bunch of calves at S2L per A Lear sold a nice lot of cattle to Mr Fain averaging 780 lbs at 375 C W Anderson bought some butch er cattle from different parties at 3cts V G Anderson bought a bunch of calves at from 81750 to 2J per head A J Thompson sold to Clay Arnold some yearling cattle at 82253 per headS Morgan shipped to the city a nice lord of fat hogs costing him from 2 34 S Morgan of Dr Herring a white Chester sow weighing 580 lbs at 3 cents Alex Walker shipped a nice load of butcher stuff to Cincinnati market this week for which he paid 3 to 3 l2c Saunders and Walker shipped a load of heavy hogs to Cincinnati market this week for which they paid 3 14 cents W B Moss shipped a nice load of butcher cattle to Cincinnati this week which grazed through the summer They sold for GO there J W Poor bought of Holm an of Crab Orchard some 2 year old cattle at 83 75 also of Eubanks of Lincoln some averaging 730 lbs at 8340 The farmer every has to meet a wider and sharper competition and the necessity grows stronger for every resource of the farm A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yielJs to One minute Cough Cure Harmless in effect touches the right spot reliable and just what is wanted It acts at once Stormes Brng Store 1m An unusually large number of Eu repeats buyers are attending the horse sale at Chicago this fall and are tak ing a large proportion of the best put on sale Monday was a fair court About 500 or 630 cattle on market and nearly all of them changed hands at fair prices Farris of Boyle took some feeders at from 3 12 to 4 cents Not much rule for horse and mule stock Sows and pigs from 1000 to 81500 and 5 cents a pint or 3 for a dime More than twenty million free of CeWitts Witch Hazel Salve ave been distributed by the manu facturers What better proof of their eonfidenee in its merits do you want It cures piles burns scalds in the shortest space of time Stormes Drug Store 1m A good way of giving medicine to a sick horse is to mix it with a bran mash The effect of the feed in mak FAD AND STOCK NOTES UIOUUIIICIIICIO 01 lei o head- Y to 3 bouht 3 yearlings utilizing animals sores e rt- aaooooo000000044oooooaeoodo Morgan bought Bourn- s year che nits salsa e m ing the bowels more susceptible to action of medicine renders it more so that less is needed of spasmodic or the bowels is averted When the improves and begins to need food substitute oatmeal for bran the former being more nutri cious Truth wears well People learned that DeWitts Little Risers are reliable little pills for the bowels curing and sick headache They dont gripe Stormes Drug Stsre 1m A writer on and breeder of writes I lost several shoats in eight out of a lot o nine They come to the trough and drink appar eutly all right then lie down and die I was then told they had throat I caught the only remaining one poured down its throat a teaspoonful of turpentine It squealed as as any of them but lived and raised fine litter of pigs One Minute Cough Cure people by its quick cares and may take it in large quantities the least danger It has won itself the best reputation of usid today for colds croup tickliag in the throat or coughs Stormes Drug Store 1m There is nothing more true than the flavor that butter contains to a great extent the price the is willing to pay for it Strictly giltedge farm butter or pri vats dairy butter commands a good price and there are more vouldbe customers than can be supplied Twen tyfive and thirty cents per pound for butter of delicate aroma is a very price but the maker of just or dinary never receives it It is true that the fine flavor of butter is ed in many different ways And we would add the poor flavor of batter is also produced in many different ways Some of the causes are beyond the housewifes ability to prevent If for instance she has been making sweet desirable butter from cows fed on clean sweet hay oats and corn and other such articles of diet she cannot prevent the utterly distasteful flavor of her butter when those cows have been turned upon rye pasture and left to feed there day after day If she has butter customers she is very apt to drop them If she does not they will soon be excusing themselves from taking longer Slow to Prevent Croup We have two children who are to attacks of croup Whenever an attack is coming on my wife gives them Chamberlains Cough Remedy and it always proventsthe attack It is a housohold necessity in this county and no matter what else we rnn out of it would not do to be without Cough Remedy More of it is sold here than of all other cough medicines M NICKLE of Nickle merchants Nickleville Pa For sale by R E McRoberts 1m effective danger painfulaction strengthening regulating without any preparation determines common subject Chamberlains combinedJ Bros t and hor t ha Ear constipati swi f woo wog a loud surpri chiidr f obstin t consumer prod a h Ue THE SUPERIOR V teel JBVame I isov In offering the Snperibr Disc Grain Dill to the farmerscounty we do not offer them an experiment but a SUCCESSFUL RK ALITY Our Drill has been on the market two seasons and wei havemide improvements over the last two years that cannot NEW OIL CUPS IN DISC and large single Steel Bar Thesimplest drill on the market A great many have been sold and everyone has given perfect satisfatction It is the ORIGINAL and only per feet Disc Drill made BEWARE OF IMITATIONS The Superior will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND andean be put into the hardest want the best Disc Drill buy the Superior T G S Lancaster JEy nb a ground If you Agt o f Drill bate Drag a maids GAINES rd a BRYANTSVILLE Miss Helen Baker of Kicholasville was the guest of Miss Powel Saturday and Sunday B F Patton made a business trip to Corbin this week J L Jennings little daughter and son after a two weeks pleasant visit to their parents have returned to their hems in Illinois Mr and Mrs J S Haselden visited Mr and Mrs Will Harp of Danville Sunday Mrs IIal lie Deatherage has returned to her home in Richmond Miss Bettie Ma han is visiting friends in Jessamine this week bits Hutchinson is visit ing Mrs W A Smith Dr Par and wife from Indiana are visiting in this section Miss Alice Dunn of Danville is visiting her mother Rev Darst and family from Louisville are visiting C M Jenkins We are glad to know that the sick in our town are improving Will Mark bury is better again There will be preaching at Pleasant Grove Sunday it being the fifth Rev Yeafter from Wilmore will preach at the Methodist church here next Sunday and Sunday night The 53th anniversity of the of Mr and Mrs B F Jennings celebrated at their home in Dry antsville Oct 12 and was pronounced by all present to be one of the most enjoyable affairs ever witnessed in that vicinity there being present four generations About 45 children and grandchildren were daughter of J M Hughes being the only great granddaughter present The parlor was beautifully decorated in yellow The was set in the white and blue The music rendered by Mrs G M JeningS and otkers to the enjoyment of the day The children present were J D Jennings and family Mrs Nannie Hughes and family C M Jennings and family R L Jennings Mrs Dora Ballard of Paint Lick Mrs Allie Haselden Bry antsville Dr J M Jennings and T We sincerely trust that the couple may live to celebrate their 75th anniversary and be blessed with health prosperity and happiness Rev Zeagler will lecture at Browns Chapel Buena Vista Saturday night and will preach at the Presbyters church Sunday Just received a new line of walking hats and sailors Mrs A S Haselden Old fashions in dress may be revived no old fashioned medicine can re place Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by R E McRobsrts 1m BUCKEYE A protracted meeting is being at Gunns Chapel by the pas tor and Rev Collins of Bardwell and Rev Udtanon of Barboursville The entertainment at the Baptist church here was well attended the inclement weather and from to 20 realized All who took part in the entertainment which was most ly our home girls and boys acquitted themselves well Those from a dis tance who added greatly to the of the occasion were Letcher Owsley Elisa Lusk Florence Burnside and Elveree Wallace Mrs Reed Teater and daughter Mrs and son Thelton and wife of Mercer are with relatives here Hollas Randall of Buena Vista visi ted relatives here Friday Roy Arnold of Bryantsville was with his sister visit to wenaborough Ky Mrs Her od Ray went to Lexington laat week to have some dental work done Mr a id Mrs J W Brown made very joyablj visit to the mountains last weik Chesmit 1 tinting was the ci f amueraint llobirt Leory an 1 wife Flori Hay of Madison the Tatters parents hare Saturday and Sunday Wheayou call DeWitts Witch Hazel Silxe the great pile cure dont accept anything ele Djnt ba taledInto accepting a substitute for piles for sores for burns Scormes Drug store lui MT HEBRON are doing a great deal wet weather Mr El Clause family moved i 1e relatives Sunday marriage presentthe little table yard and was lovely decorated in red added family J Jennings ani family of Illinois lint conducted considering 5 SundayJoseph en hiss visit for A Thefarmers ofgrumbling jrir- ii s was enjoyment Misses Wheeler are d about the and y y GOING DOWN HILL People suffering from Kidney Diseas es feel a gradual but steady loss ofstrength and vitality They should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparation from this place to Woodford County SundayWe glad to report Mr Isaac Mon gomery improving Mrs Rilda Ed gington and Landram Burdett sick of Miss May Scott has dyptheria A series of meeting commenced afr this place Sunday conducted by Rev J I Wills We wish them much and hope it will be the means of bringing poor sinners to Christ Miss Lula Rogers is the charming guest of Mrs W D Scott Miss A E Scott visited her parents Saturday and Sunday Miss Maggie Bruce returned Saturday from a too weeks stay with his sister in Mercer The marriage of Mr Ed Eason and Miss Mattie Stults took place in Hebron church last Thursday Rev G W Thompson The bride is a charming young lady of about twenty and the groom a young widower with one little girl We entend our congratulations and wish them a bright and successful journey through life You invite disappointment when you experiment DeWitts Little Early Ri serS are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them Stormes Drug Store 1m MoCREARY Born to the wife of Chas Tartar a fine boy Mr and Mrs K Warner of Stan ford are visiting Mrs P O Was nero Mr Lish Forbes and wife are guests in Mt Hebron this week Misses Everee Wallace and Florence Burnside of Point Leavell visited friends here and took part in the at Buckeye Logan Ham has gone to Russell county to spend the winter Mrs D Galley is the guest of Mrs Dave Huderson at attsville this week Lewis Mitchell of Stone visited his sister Mrs Burton last week You ought to know that when suf fering from any kidney trouble that a sale sure remedy is Foleys Kidney Cure Guaranteed or money refund ed lin fe rec success M afternoon officiating W ofrelatives entertainment H a- very many Rob re t t 1 G i s incomparable Service The Queen Crescent trins are the finest trains run in the State of Ken tucky Four daily trains to Cincinnati con nect the main highways of the Great Trunk lines of West and East This is the line parexcellence to Washington New York Boston and The Queen Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati S T Swift P T Ky W G Morgan A Lexington BIG tm inn TO BEST TERMINALS Indianapolis Peoria and I Michigan Points Trains leave Seventh Street Station and First Street Station City Ticket Office 218 Fourth Avenue S J GATES General Agent Passenger Dept c LOUISVILLE JCY I P CHICAGO I A y PlantersI CUBAN OIL Cuts Burns Bruises Rheu cares I autism and Sores Price 25 cents BACK CREEK I am Captain Jenks of the Alger crew And I mean to swear Russ Alger thr In spite of all that you can do For I came from Chickamauga Im pretty well ve sed in politics And the various sorts I neatly mx For Im fully up to all the tricks That prevailed at Chickamauga My few remarks are cut and dried And Alger himself the tale has tried And its hard to prove that I have lied Though I came from Chickamauga So each august committeeman Must keep as silent as he can And let me proceed with the little plan Which I brought from Chickamauga In a short set speech the case I state And Alger I fully exonerate From all the wrongs both little and great That occurred in Chickamauga No there yen have itand thats enough Tis easy to see that Im up to snuff And you neednt try to cut up rough With a man from Chickamauga Why cant you let alone I say Take off that cockeyed man I pray We never were treated in any a way Down there in Chickamauga He tangles my you see And makes me say more thans good for me Who comes from Chckamauga You dont believe it Id have you know That at home we dont treat witnesses so And 1 want to pack up my things and go to Chickamauga De Witts 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 itLook out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Stormes Drug Store 1m Give your Stomach Rest ELECTIinFDIBE The trouble with most sick people is that in their anxiety to get well they first this non tram then that until the poor stomach rebels and calls a hilt Theres a better way What the body needs Is oxygen The Electropolse is simply an Instrument watch when applied to the ankle or wrist short period each day polarizes the body and It to take on oxygen more freely The Electropotae cures without medicine One Instrument lasts a lifetime Send for book and what noted people say boutthe Electrbpolse Miss CLABA A TONS LKTTEB February 31 1896 Dear Sirs When In London the other day I received two packages from the United States emboesy each containing OH Electropolse today I received kind letter Please al low me to thank you heartily and gratefully for the splendid little machines As yon re member not an entire stranger to the virtues of the end will take great pleasure iu pacing your offering to afflicted huaaaultyi Very slnceiely yours CLARA BARTON 513 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky K C Branch gouthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 1125 AM tfortbbnd Mixed 458 p x Nonhbnd Paasgr 3524 x Sontbbcd 139AU me storycant t try oxygenmore lots enables descriptive read CON TuclIJfPLK lec poIse DuBOIS WEBB i5 I sac Straight back for your lam wb OF LEXINGTON KY Over 11500000 Paid in Maturities Over 4000000 Reserve and Surplus J The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898 Name Address Cost Rev J H Stanley Lexington Ky 950 1 2066 2006JJ Baker Lexington Ky 1050 2235 2225NewportNewport News Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 Newport Vews Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 2006EC D Doll Louisville Ky 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