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Knteretl at tic fast Office in Lancnner Kvt it second Class aattei PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS OW Publif Sqwirand Danville Avfnut LANCASTER FRIDAY NO VEMBE 11 1898 NUMBER 30 TERMS OP 8H BSCRIPTION 1100 v er Year in Adransc 4 1 i F lX LA DRAM KY I r ht tntti etothY 2 90EDME 1 J R HASELDEN STOVE AND TIN HOUSE Coal bucket Nickel plated poker nicj hard handle fie Alaska cold handle poker lOc A good wire dote line 14e 5cLargeSaprisf 4 Splendid p Du i uu m Sii r loc Alt stew cake turner Oc Dust pan an c 1 r He Wire Cffrfe tra iier 5c Wre cuff e s ra n r erg Jc Toilet set S piiccs ic eci rate Good cast sue hatchet All steel ry n No 7 or 8 lite All steel skillet No 8 2lc Good buck saw f0c Very good hand saw steel 4Sc buggy whip extra good lOc J R iiAMLLDEN Col W I Williams WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly CASH PRICES I rcr tr7 t a u tJ 5c w G Welch Stanford Lancaster c r 1 wo beg ft ri- L S ti a I BEAZLEYBAUGHMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS 4RTERIAI and CAVITY EM BALMING SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancas Ky I ers I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER I OIOOOOooooooo o ooOOO l i Pretty dress goods at Josephs Suits for 650 J C Hemp hill See the handsome shoes and wraps at Josephs Beautiful irn Cut Glass at Morrow co rJr n4 be at tine lod Uii irsui ilittr stud agtnt anke had i Tuesday There was not a drunken on strew Tuesday Pear and Fancy apples at G S Gaines Call un I see a beautiful line o Rugs I at J A Bcaziev Co Fishing in Dix river has been fine for tius past or ten days Fix for the cold weather by getting unit o those fine Cloaks at Josephs i Large line of Dinner S ts and Sets just received Gi S Gaincs Nice ling Sterling Silver Spoons just received by Morrow McKoberts n4 Fre h Oysters received daily Served an I SOld 0 F illett Lancaster Hotel Monday was punsion day and many poor fellows were mad happy v Sam lorn tu the wife of G o Brow boy The 3oun r man has been Bryan Gibert Its nonsense to give a present thats not useful so go to and get your wife a handsome MONEY To On real estate at 5 per cent S At torney Dtnville K U1S98 John C Gastineau of Iliattsville was bitten by a sri ler Sunday morn ing and has su Here 1 agonizing pain from the effects I have just received a special line of samples from Tlie Royal Tailors of Chicago fresh from the mill and they are beauties Call and see them J C Hemphill g AllWool good KIIs 0 P j Chamber 1 Uncle named LOA a dress Y t th tutugt 1ua mane C S Jose s dross Litva ill bu Taxes past due Pay be ore the penalty goes on J B SANDERS S G C If a merchant has no bargains to you can get your bottom dollar hes not going to advertise Women lovo pnott shoe the rood ofigoois Joseph eerie Tuey are the leeit and wear glen diliy Furs Wanted 1 will pay highest Cash price for ajl kinds of N u noon nov11lm Marksbury Ky Instead waiting til Christmas to buy your a present wily not goto and get her one of those stylish Cloaks Fine Jersey Cow For Sale Three years old giving plenty milk Fine butter cow Call at E W shop tf Several citizens lost their I uesday by reasor of having ttiii residences within toe past Sixty darn The grazing was short for the Tuesday Several men were also disappointed at not to handle funds Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders Sweeneys store tf The spirit of progress which has vciiiitly siruck the town has thrown a wet lola ket ovr the kickers thats od rrez em out i very chow owns an ice house should put it in repai and fill it Will not cost much and a nice little wad can be realized next summer The independent telephone owners and operators met in Crab Orchard and organization for the still further extension of lines in Kentucky Be on the look out for burglars A number of cases have been reported in and around town Get a gun and then use it to kill Cod weather is slow in setting in will certainly here so go to Josephs monster dry goods house and get your wife a handsome stylish and durable cloak Notice offer f Fur f Jos phs Harris floaters getting at formedan b vi char I pretty llt now r iniuent ail woo it hats SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT LO rn o c o 4O t yzC5 L J OTIE ALL WOOL 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 A Beautiful Line of Boys Childrens Clothing Buell Bootees If you want comfort try a pair Mens Hightop Shoes from 2 to 350 made by the best eastern factories All the latest style Toes and Lasts in Ladies Fine Footwear The latest patterns in Neckwear Come and see what we have in Gents Underwear afrl a suit openedBest1 Some beautiful things in Gentlemens Umbrellas order for a nice Tailormade Suit an SEE I your CODE and Gioclls o Q 0 0DJ o I h I LOGAN ft ROBINSON Lancaster Kentucky y 1 Fresh Oysters daily at Gaines The old floater was on short Tuesday Patrons of the Graded School visit the institution and see the good work being accomplished Money to Loan For building purposes or on improved Real Estate Terms easy J C x Be sure and come in Friday ber 11 and make selection of diamonds Clay Hamilton tile night man at the depot says he is kept very busy at rain time every night Travel on these trans continues to increase The ouryearoM son of Mr Sam Cochran died at old Paint Lick Tues day night of diphtheria The remains were interred in the cemetery there Wednesday D Shelton principal of the Stan ford Female College will preach at the B iptiit church Sunday at the usual hour All cordially invited to hear him New Meat Shop Sig Perrin opened a meat market aljoining R A Stones store near the depot He keeps on hand all kinds o fresh meat and guarantees satisfac tion If you call for Potts Flour at the leading grocers and they havent got it crier direct from U C Potts Buck eye Ky Wagon in town daily 1021lm Several pieces of valuable town prop erty If you want a home come and ee m J C llemhill Real Estate Agent The telephone exchange continues to grow New instruments are put in nearly every week There are now 140 wires running into the main office And this is an enterprise the said wouldnt pay A representative of the largest mond importing house will be at my store Nov 11th with full line of da mond goods Call on this day make selections for Christmas ents Thompson the Jeweler The Buckboard to be given away by J B Jennings is on exhibition at W J Romans carriage shop Ex amine it and then come in and chance on it nov4 Capt Duncan and Lieut Farra have returned from Lexington but have baen mustered out The delay is caused by the usual red tape required by Un cle Sam RKCOIDS friend Johnnie Will iams left at this office a monster leer shaw for which he has many thanks We will live fike a lord on that this winter The City Council met Monday night but did nothing but up and burn a SI 500 bond which was issued to raise money to refund the bank taxes some time ago The work of improving the sidewalks on steadilv Many new ones will be put down when the kiln of brick now burning is completed Keep the good work going We will have an uptodate town yet There has been much typhoid fever in the county during the past month but it is fast disappearing Some think the soldiers spread the disease bat not much stock is taken in this theory The boys at the telephone exchanges Herbert Kinnaird and Jessie Walden were exceedingly polite and obliging Tuesday night and helped get the rt turns from the county They are two clever fellows Spirit of Progress There are seven handsome dwellings in course of construction in Lancaster at present Every mechanic is busy and more work awaits them The old town is getting on a hustle that is glo rious to behold Keep it going The merchants are cleaning up their stores getting ready to bring on holi day goods An unusually large stock will be handled this year Watch the colums of TimE RECORD for announce ments from the merchants having the best lines A railroad coach made an fitted up especially for a picture gallery is stat ioned at the depot It has all the needed for such business and is a model of convenience The Many Trees Nearly three car loads of fruit trees sold last spring by Pence Hines ar rived this week and are being deliver the Scott lot near the Square Many people have been in town this wok receiving their trees The concrete crossings are giving great satisfaction at Danville The Advocate they do not cost as much as stone to put down last longer and give greater satisfaction Some of the Lancaster crossings are w we than the rocky road to Dublin ed el for but we we an eral not is will and ers and to will or the of J should well I1emp ill Nov red Notice Sale C di ads sun In notoy d 1 liE lake allover are fiveaswan edon t HJ em Q4I gr dales J For ergo ten tad gees apartments 4 J j a k p s p 12 to or land said Good Saddle Horse for sale Dr J 11tfzing100 fine Maple shade trees Plant month J C Thompson V I have a few more suits that I make to your measure for SlOOoA Capt Millers lot is the place to build the hotel The captain will only ask what he thinks the lot is worth D M Lackeys than half the roadway had washed away and the place was dangerous Fresh cgtjs 14 cts held eggs 10 to cts young turkeys 7e Turkeys to be delivered not later than get this pricf II B Lancaster Means Business Jas I Hamilton has buyers for four live good farms provided these wanting to sell will do so at reasonable figures and will come to him with their trading clothes on No time for parley Say what you want for the and do so at once Mr Joe Swope A brief telegram received Tuesday announced the death of Mr Joseph Swope at Indianapolis The message the remains would be interred and we have been unable to learn further particulars Mr Swope was a former resident of this county and had many relatives liege Mr Millers Child Dies Anna Doty the youngest child of Mr and Mrs Thomas S Blille died at the family home near town Thursday afternoon she was in her second year Sac had been ill of membrane us croup for several clays The were interred in tie Lancaster Friday The family have rent syn pithy from the community in the loss of their dear child on new ra House and Hotel building to night fad it is hoped every member will be on hand Lout stay away from the meeting brethren and then kck on the lodge does The lodge room the place to make your suggestions He there and say your say or ever af ter hold your jaw Prospect for More Trains A Lancaster man had a talk official the and was told that it was the of the company to ballast the track and put new steel rails on this road in the spring Then the comps r would more than likely put the day trains now running to Livingston through here We have heard several officials express themselves as delight with the recent change and it is Highly probable that the last mention idea will be carried out The tray between Richmond and Livingston does not amount to much and the day trains could run through here and make a close connection at Rowland Livingston and points south The run would be shorter and much more convenient for the train crews of this an J C Hem ill street has been repaired at the crossing at More ott Dead mctery Peas to go In ershat railroad intention havE dl there Danville NortFic remains hay nent of aY hah less and andt This bird is not splitting his throat over the victory of any political party is crowing over the great success those working up the hotel and opera house are with Thats what are interested in Right here in Lancaster where Lancaster people sue make their meat and bread and what want to see is the good old town butt up The parties getting the stock have secured in black and white even eight thousand dollars Sev other parties who want stock have yet been seen and all necessary for them to sign the paper and new building is assured Each stockholder pay two hundred dollars down the balance in monthly instill ments of about sixteen dollars parties not able to take a whole share have purchased jointly with oth Two men can carry a share and never miss the money that is if they any kind of hustlers In the pro posed building will be two storerooms there have already been four 5r applicants for them Four men the hotel and three the opera house We havent the space to go in details but it can be readily seen investigation that the investment easily pay seven per cent on the money pot in If any one doubts this fine statement and is interested be so quickly convinced by asking Kin and nairdJohn E C Thompson any of the promoters of the It is the intention to collect two hundred dolars first pay inept as soon as the stock is made np andpurchase the lot immediately but bourse work on ths building cannot begin until spring the the of to the meetin Several hecan Dr StormesJ enterprise 1 bye w y- t rki HURRY UP If you want any of those bargains we are offering in BOOTS AND SHOES The people know their value and they are going fast You should see our line of BLANKETS COMFORTS They are Nice and Cheap and just the thing you need these chilly nights LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY GREATEST BARGAIN lOUSE IN CENRTflL KY AND Polls cabin as This Election in Garraril The quiet indifferent manner in which the election passed off 1 uesday was the cause of much comment as those of former days have most been characterized by several fights knockdowns and such like The day was very much on the order a school trustee election At no time during the entire day were more than a hundred people on the Public Square Those who voted came to tne polls deposited their ballots and went home or to their business We it from leaders of both parties that no money or whisky was at hand and the woebegone look on the old floats strongly bore out the As both parties had up good men it is hard to understand why the vote should fall off so materially un it is from the fact that many men have determined to quit messing in politics and attend strictly to their work at home The table below was made from figures cried at the polls differ slightly on the official final material change will be made The bonds carried overwhelming majority At most parries were stationed to call voters attention to the bonds but with this many went in the booth stamped under thee rooster or and forgot the pikes The is safe and the court can now is the bonds This will dispose of hardest and most important part the turnpike question and we move hang the next man who brings tip subject Heres the vote by Zeigler gets 49 votes in county PRECINCTS Courthouse 23 275 158 148 49 229 133 176 198 115 lip East West Bryantsvllle 4 532 270 260 Buckeye 57 144 182 58 School House 9 130 87 73 Paint Lick 17 191 133 87 MAJORITIES 1 1881 1218 996 Edmison now has his Kandy at the Marra corner fitted up in best o style and has on hand a line purest candies He al has a lunch counter in connection can feed the hungry at all hours No More Shows When the Opera House is built the Magistrates will refuse to let the Court House for shows of any kind is a good idea as the room is more or less injured ovary time agreat crowd gathers thee i statement may count but no en precincts 0 ti t1 Q- Iq p 6 g Q g ttgo g t0 West Park 1 S UnIon 24 18 40 78 TOTAL 1685 Kitchen f c r always either ban majority m C a 22c o the t To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 25c The genuine has L B Q on each tablet 1 may 99 Obeying the Law A fellow told a RECORD he went to a blind tiger Tuesday to wet his whistle The proprietor informed the fellow he would like to make the sale but the law prohibited the sale of whisky on election days and he was compelled to refuse Bottom 1rices I am bound to sell goods and in to do so I am selling absolutely AILAVOOL goods from Wanamakar Brown at Philadelphia prices Suits for S3 S1050 and 1250 that cost from S3 to more elsewhere They are selling and giving satisfaction Ccme and save money Fts guaranteed or no pay M D HUGHES Agt Lancaster lloy Married The Louisville Dispatch prints the following Miss Annie Cornell and Mr J Y Currey popularyoung people of this coy were married at noon yes terday at the St Nicholas Hotel in Cincinnati In order to have a quiet welding the young people left this city early yesterday went to the Ohio metropolis They were ac compaied by Mrs Charles E Fleming sister of the bride The bride is a beautinl young women and has al ways had many admirers Mr CurrOy is the manager of the shoe the Mammoth The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs Thecdore Currey of this city and re sided here until a few years ago when he secured a situation in the Falls City lIe is an industrous capable ant popular young fellow who his the respect of all who know him We extend heartly congratulations to the youig people Ute Royal is the highest p wr representative order 5 and department- of Actrsl ttaaMw it fwtIItr ttDYAl ItINS PIJWIIER MI IWIYAL y morning froits wa Iesttrbird tiiyWrbe YsIIINItY wow Parresrte yew rwrc i F CENTRAL EVERY WEEK BY XOFS ZANDRJ tf PnhlisAer LANCASTER OH TAE IW DTASCM rKSMS Six MONTHS TXXEK FRIDAY November II 1898 TUB gained two and prfTjWy three Congressmen in Ken tucky i uesday Turner defeated Wal tar Eans in the Louisville district ain George G Giibert defeated G M Davison in this the Eighth The Ninth disti ict is very close with Pugh rep leading on the face of incomplete re turns If Williams dem wins on tile fi ml returns Vincent Uoreing of the Eeventh will be the only Republican in the delegation J P Hubson the I nc atic nominee for Judge of the blurt of Appeals in the Third late distrxt has a majority over Jones larger than many of his friends had c aimed for him Gilberts majority v r DAVMJH is estimated at 952 Th Republicans will have a major ty n both houses of congress though the m j rities are greatly reduced TedJy Roosevelt rep was elected fovurmr o New York by from 20000 to 3000 The republicans claim Indi ana by 5000 Tennessee went by 50000 Gov W O BRADLEY was up from Frankfort Tuwsduy o his ballot He says Lancaster is always home ivith him and he knows of no better price on earth Te governor has changed little since moving to the capital though the amputation i his wins ers makes him look a littl older Guy has had to dei with more worrysome and knot questions than governor for years and the annoyance of ofiicv has been enough to make him gray head d lIe has been esciedingly in using the pardoning power nrd for is entitled to the thanks of all lawabiding people TimE chances are favorable for the murderer Portwood to be hanged at Lexington the court of appeals reused a new hearing Portwouu killed Perkins a cripple while the latter was on his knees beggtnir for mercy Perkins worked in Char ley Gilmans saloon and a cleverer fe low could not be found Tne hip pocket racket and insanity dodge has been played for all it is worth in Port woods behalf but the courts and jury could not be led off on this nonsense We knew Perkius for many years au no one can say he ever harmed a hu man being Unless the insanity dodge w rs his tlay r will be made to pay the fnl penalty TUB handsome capitol at Washing ton was damaged Sunday to the ex tent of S20000 by the explosion o esc ping gas There has been such quantities of gas turned loose in this noted building that it seems the wan would have been hardened to it but tie gas which did the damage Sunday was dfferent from the kind turned IIOTC at every session TilE Spanish cruiser Infanta Maria Teresa which had ly raised was sunk by a terrific while on her way to the United States She now lies at the bottom of the sea covered by three miles of water She ccst Uncle Sam many thousands of dollars and the loss is a heavy one WALLACETON Mrs Fannie Baker sold a calf to Mr Chrisman for 10 Miss Louise Yocum of Berea was visiting friends and attended church here Sunday Q ite a hetvy rain storm accomjra nicd by wind lightning and visied our neighborhood Saturday evening but so far we have heard of no more serious damage done than the washiig away of considerable soil and also thoroughly drenching quite a number who happened to be out Soaking healing cleansing De Witto Witch Hazel Salve is the enemy of sores burns and wounds It never fails to cure Piles You may rely upon it At Drug Store 1m E W Biker and wife were very much pleased last week on receiving from the principal of the schools at Milroy Penn a letter containing the following statement regarding 12yearold son whom they sent a short time ago to Both his teacher and a number of students have voluntarily told me that Lewis is the best in his classes and teacher says she wishes she had more like him From New Zealand New Zealand Nov 23 96 1 am very pleased to state that since I to k the agency of Chamberlain medicines the sale has been very largo more especially of the Cough Remedy In two years I have sold more of this particular remedy than of all other makes for the previous five years As to its efficacy I have been informed by scores of persons of the good results they have received from it and know its value from the of it in my own household It is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle the retch of the children E J SCANTLEBUBY For sale by R E Mc Roberts Inn Premiums Although our are as low as the to increase patronage the go will gire an Silveroin um 82 53 with each suit of clothes er overcoat ought of them This does not change ice or quality and a fit is tied D Hughes Art j j it ica an rLr J R ORDI KE TUCK 1 LQ I h II D cats t democratic I cn t Bradley man the cautious having Dck ofcongress hobson implacable attendschool h REI Fro use beyond i 7 Tailoring of I M d ICS Dist app very any this sto thund Storm t tb Ilowtrd company Ch valuess i h d Yf y M uL- N f Ii h BRYANTSVIULE I i We are glad to welcome fir P aka fauiiiy ia our neighborhood and Mrs Colby Jenkins nra re over the arrival of a boy at their house Mrs J W Poor improving slowly Just received a new line of Chl drens lints Alo Mises Military llat lut marrage oi uis Alice lean and Mr Poor Miss Belle Ison and M took place oa the 9th U ill particulars in nest issue A cough is not like a fever It d not have to run a certain course Cure quickly and effectually with One Minute Cough Cure the best remedy for all ages anti for the most severe ca ses We recommend it because its good At Stormes Drug Store Itu Mrs S M Williams of Burgin is visiting her sister Mrs Norrs Mrs Pauline Smith visited friends in lIar rodsburpr last week R L lenuintrs of Paint Lck visited his parents Sun day Mrs Dave Dunn who has beet i very sick with fever is not expected to recover Mr Charley Ison died at Itaena on the wad ult in the 39th year o his age He was a good Christian man beloved by all who knew him He leaves a wie and two children to mourn his loss The family have the sympathy of the the entire commu nity i HUBBLE Rev Neil filled his appointment at the Mclvendree church Sunday E Id Gjorre Gowen will preach at the Christi n church Sunday eve ing at naifpast two oclock Mr Tames Uollzcaw end Miss Lime Uutirwool daughter of Mr Will Un lerwood were united in marriage luesday at the brides home near hre AJterwards the couple took flying trip to Prcachersville We wish them much joy Overcome evil with good Owrcotnr your coughs and colds with One Min ute Cough Cure It is so good children cry for it It cure croup bromhiti pneumonia grippe and all throa a d lunsr diseases At Slorme Druir Store 1m Mr Will Blackerby is recov wing from serious artau ol illness Charley Scott of Lower Garrard and Morgan Sutton of McCreary Sunday with S W Spoonamore Miss Katie Walter spent Saturday and Sunday at home and meet ing Mrs J A Hammonds and daugh ter Flonie returned home Friday from a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs McClary Miss Huffman is the guest of J P Bland rmu family Miss Bettie Alexander the latter part of last weec her sister Mrs Prc3 Sutton of Mc Creary Mr E T who has been absent for several weeks is home MARKSBURY We are glad to note that the sick this community are improving Henry Parks sold a lot of corn Albert Church at SI 12 l2c delivered Mr Ben Morgan and wife of Buena Vista visited his uncle Reuben Nay lor last week Miss Carrie Hardin of spent part of last week with sister Mrs Wm Long Mrs Rob Humphrey has been quite sick with throat trouble at the home of her pa rents Mr and J C Boner Mrs Jack Vanetta and children of Dan ville spent part of last her father Mr Ike Myers Mr J T Cecil has purchased the farm formerly owned by Mr Burdett Me will take possession in a fewdays Constipation prevents the body ridding itself of waste matter Witts Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cure Sick Headache Billiousness Inactive Liver and clear Complexion Small sugar dont or cause nausea At Stormes Store 1m good attended James Herrings sale Ambrose Bourne was auctioneer and Malk Aldridge clerk Stock sold low Two cows sold for 2750 each 1 good mare 15 2 sows and pigs 4S farming implements sold well Mr Herring has rented his farm to Mr Geo Broaddus for 275 and will mive to Danville in a few weeps in or der to educate his daughters PREACHERSVILLE Morgan bought of Pate Paris 5 at W H Cummins shipped a load to Cincinnati Saturday J C Siler bought of W A Beazley 73 acres of land at about 2500 per acre so now the only thi ng Mr Siler needs is a well Ill say watch out girls- J T Hutchins bought of G F Grose 20 barrels of corn at tlO per barrel delivered The first quarterly Conference for Pi circuit will be the t and 22 of this month Rev Pollet P E will be on hand Many a h u ehold is saddened by death bee use of the failure to on hand a safe and absolute cure for croup such as the One Minute Cough Cure See that your little one are protected against emergency A Stormes Drug Stores 1m Rev W L Sheby of Tolesborough was this week and preached at the Methodist church Wendesday night Dr Brown was here the first of the week on business Mr J F Payne and sister Miss Kate was visit at Hustonsville Sunday Geo and James King are serving on the jury at Stanford this court Wn Tudor and Mat Siler of Paint Lic was here on first of the Rev D P Holtzclaw of Gilmore was here Sunday J laud s r e P slow attended at to ulher rmert weekwith Fred erthe Drug cr aM eirSerehogs 3 thehogs hisabout h here lug ha Vista y ape Cint sent tvi Minors 1cCrearr Mrs fr coat a Avery tvl k cart iiie business use i sets e i TE KBHTUCKY Drnitcrat Claim a of TT O aicjnberft of Concrem Tluy Control iho Court of Appeals FKANKFQRT Ky Nov P The nsrfsstncn were elected Tuosiiay First Chrlcs 1C Wheeler dew j Second Henry Allen dem Third John S Rhea dem D H Smith lcin Fitth Oscar Turner demo Sixth Albert S Berry dam Seventh E E Settle dcm EighthG G Gilbert demo Ninth M Williams dem Tenth T V 1itzpatrtcU lcm Eleventh Vincent Uoreing rep Doubtful This is a certain gain of two corsrcssmenror the democrats with a possible train of three present congressional delegation stands democrats to four republicans The biggest victory however was in the Third appullate court district which was l y in IK 3 by 2tJt J majority j the democratic nominee for judge not only overcame this majority but has won with about 2000 votes to spare Uis majorities were In the following counties Anderson 2X5 Barren 81 Uullitt 570 Hardin 00 Hart t3 Iarue 200 Marion 593 Nelson 0 Oldham 3 9 Spencer 402 Washington 210 Taylor 2IG Mvtcalf 52 total 366 Jones his republican opponent carried Clinton by 335 1ulaski 1100 Russell 228 Wayne 65 total 81H This maUes Hobsons majority 5789 with the counties of Adair Casey Shelby and Whitlcy to hear from These counties can not possibly reduce his majority to less than 2000 and It may reach over 25 t- oLonsviLiE Ky Nov at show conclusively that the democrats have swept Kentucky electing 10 congressmen the appellate judge in the Third District Pne has gone democratic by 21000 The estimated pluralities First District Wheeler 6000 Second Allen 4FOO Thinl Rhea 350 Fourth Smith 2000 Filth Tar Her 556 Sixth Usrry 1500 Seventh Settle 25CO Eighth Gilbert 2830 Ninth Williams Tenth Fltzpat1ck 1200 Eleventh for rinK rep 3000 Third Appellate District dem 320d- PADITCAH Ky Nov 0 The contest in this district is definitely enough known Wheeler dem defeats Hccves pop by 5000 votes Every county in the dis trict gives Wheeler a majority ranging from C 0 to ISOX This Wheelers county and city elve hits COO majority while Kecves county Ballard voted against him majority The vote east was small Using less than half The republicans who kept utof the race to vole for beeves deserted him almost to a man LEXINGTON Nov 0 The emire local ticket elected in the city and the majority which Hon Evan E Settle will receive over Copt Thomas J Hardin his republican an taponlst for the Ashland district scatJn ron press Is the handsomest given a democrat since the palmy days of IJrecklnridce Tho vote in precincts Is Settle 2C6J Hardin 639 Tho three precincts yet to hear from and unavailable Tuesday night will increase the majority to fully 2200 ELIZA UKTHTOWN Ky Nov 9 Hobson democratic candidate for judge court of carried this county over Jones rep by majority Eighteen counties heard from in this late district give Hobson dean a majority of 4il 3 with four counties to hear from Those counties will give Jones rep about 3000 ma jority leaving Hobson a majority of 2000 Kepublicans concede Hobsons election by lCOO majority LEXINGTON Ky Nov Gen staff and the 160th Indiana left on the Queen Crescent road for Columbus Ga Wednesday Privates O D Rizer 100th Indiana and Young 3d Mississippi died of fever Private Win Kane of the 3d Kentucky who killed a woman of ill on Sunday acquitted on examing trial lie proved it was an accident Contests in Sight FKANKFORT Ky Nov 9 It is semi authoritatively stated here that two possibly three contested election cttses will go before congress from this The prospective contestants be Congressmen Evans and Davi son and Pugh will do likewise if count does not win him out as now seems probable PISJ With Seven Frt PARIS Ky Nov M in North Middlctown precinct has on his farm a seven months old pig with seven well developed feet It has extra foot on each front leg and on the left hind leg rhft Well Known Theatrical Manager and fiportln Man Die Suddenly of Heart Disease LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 5 Bourlier widelj known throughout the United States in the theatrical circles died suddenly at his in this city Friday night of pa ralysis of the heart For many years he was one of the lessees and mana gers of the Temple theater in this city the time of his death he was the principal owner of the Louisville Jock ey club and until last year was interested in the Latonia race track and was a large stockholder in the Oakley track lIe was interested in several business enterprises in this city Dr Beiisooter Dead LEXINGTON Ky Nov 5 Dr Persy II Bensooter contract surgeon at Camp Hamilton died here Friday of typhoid fever His home is at Bloom dale Pa Gen Wilson commanding the 1st army corps goes Monday to Macon Ga his winter headquarters Brigade commanders and regiments begin moving the same day The troops are to be paid at the southern Jailed for Bigamy NICUOLASVILLE Ky Nov July a man named W P Nevin came here and secured work on the farm of John Hargate A month later he Hargates niece Wednesday night his wife opened a letter addressed to him and found it to be written by an other wife living at Lima 0 and having a son in school He was ar rested and is now in jaiL Coofl chap Stories LEXINGTON Ky Nov 8 The trial Provost Guard Wm Kane Company 3d Kentucky who shot and killed Mollie McClure in a brothel in Chicago Bottoms Sunday night was called in police court Monday and til Wednesday The defendant was to bond Kane claims he killed the woman accidentally but her fem inine associates claim that it out right murder Delays are Dangerous Many of our friends or people whom yon know of have contracted consump tion pneumonia or other fut il d by neglect of a simple sold cough Foleya Honey and Tar a jae sure pleasant cough medicine would I have saved tiem It I guaranteed ELECT oU Gal o owl The COO carried McKinley Hobson 9R turns Hob- son ron rcssionnl 3 I I appeal c Io then and Staff Leave 9Brig Wileyand was I ththe tofinal 9C Thomas omsporting Dehome edAt largely also IL ofcamps 4Last married eepof sinE continuedun was or i l midnight ana state aver leas app biley Lexington i 11 typho instate t Perry admitted secs aid 1L a tis e mile jJ Di allY Papers Ifflagazine L ljllmnmmmmmmI I Ill k + + McRokrts Drug Store Complete stock of Everything kept in a FirstClass Store School Books Toilet Articles Handsome Stationery McMerts Drug Store t f Ii e S Tablets i KENTUCKYS MONUMENT GOY Bradley a Proclamation in Re Card to the Dedication at November 25 FKANKFORT Ky Nov 5 Gov Brad lay issued a proclamation Friday night in regard to the dedication of Ken tuckys monument to the union and confederate soldiers of the civil war which will be unveiled at Chickamauga November 25 The governor will attend with a staff composed of 50 prominent and in his proclamation he on all societies in the state to send uniformed representative bodies and earnestly invites all citizens to In his proclamation the gov ernor says Such an occasion will never again be presented for never will our people engage in such another conflict and forgetful of all save its glories which arc our common heritage meet to pay equal tribute to contending factions Iorttroutl Doomed FRAXKFOKT Ky Nov 5 The court of appeals Friday overruled petitions for rehearing in two different cases One was the case of George A Port wood sentenced to be hanged at Lea ington November 30 and the other is the case of the republican board of sinking fund commissioners who have already gone into office under the Bronston prison commission law Say the Jfote Was Forted PADUCAH Ky Nov the case of the executor of the estate of the late millionaire B H Wisdom against then First national bank the jury brought- id in a verdict for the plaintiffs deciding that the 5000 note purporting to be signed bj Mr Wisdom was forged by former President M G Cope of the bank The note had been paid and the suit was for recovery Weighs One Pound RICHMOND Ky Nov tinest bit of humanity that ever saw light of day in this city is a girl baby just born to the wife of George Summa who is employed at D II Mycrs planing mill The tot although it weighs but one and can easily be put in a quart measure is well formed and healthy end bids fair to reach womanhood Brakeman Crushed to Death LEXINOTOX KyNpv 8 John alias Mick Miller a railway brakeman death under the wheels of a heavily laden lumber wagon afternoon Bit Her Note RICHMOND Ky Nov 7 Florida Frazier the threeyearold daughter of Linn Frazier living with Rev and Mrs A J Tribble near hear went out to some milk to the pups when a dog pounced upon her bit off her nose and otherwise terribly mangled the little ones face The child will recov er but will be maimed for life Prison Commissioners Win FRAXKFORT Ky Nov litiga tion between the republican state of ficials and the new democratic prison commissioners over control of the two penitentiaries was ended in the court of appeals Friday Chief Justice Lewis delivers a response overruling the pe tition of the state officials for a GETTING READY Every expectant mother has trying ordeal to face If she does not si Kentuckians calls 4In 7The hepound anwas crushed to Monday ff gIve 5The rehear- Ing R Issues Chicka- mauga attend staff j it a8 j or m IlD e ss n Ia a sr Qe t CUBAN RELIEF cures UllCl S Colic Neuralgia and Toothache five minutes and Summer Complaints Price 25 Cents The Farmers Home Journal says this country has not ally realized the val ue o sheep iu our agriculture or that it can be raises with a larger of profits than other slot are eating morj sheep eveyycT and we hardly begin t r u tli cient wool or our own irei Tie time will surely come when wo cai confi catty niolc lor a great future for this industry It Mite The Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your thrust ar d lungs feels sore take 01 Foleys Tar When the soreness will be a t once relieved a warm feeling and O healing o t parts affected will be and you will say It eels so good IT HITS the SPOT It is guaranteed ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BillLABOA8IEB IT Capital Surplus 100000 15000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Gnarante J M HIOOINXOTHAK Presides LEWIS Y B i HCDSOM BrO RlSNKY OD WALKBB Cashie DIRECTORS JI JOHNSON T MARNOLD a C ARNOLD J B F HUDSON ALKGIBBS JJWALKSB JACOB Y ROBINSON NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Wal ker stable and am prepared- e furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com morcial Travelers RICE BENGE NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL 20000000 J SURPLUS 65eoooe LANCASTER A R DINKY President JNO E STOBMES Vice President WM H KINNAIHD Cashier Assistant Cashr Bookkeeper fi T EMBRY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Cochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson JcoEStonnea R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Fire Insurance Companies JEtia of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and MerchantUe German American of York and London sad Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance KMGHTS OF Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night inOdd Fellows hall Allvis ting ted G B SwiNEBROAD Q C J ROBINSON KRS in Sour Stomach 8 proportion e met and grateful CITIZENS end LE4TELL Prestdon nt llllbr JKBI98INBOT1UX LWIIi YLB4VItLI sZ493TH l OF J 1 KY S C DExxY JP Ja Ass Sam D sb7CoQ000 New COMPANY v it adore c ney experienced Vice Assisi tioottre r BoBlxeox Livelrpoo Pat KtAS Inv We will offer you for 1 week b Satur day Nov 12 1398 19 ibs StandardTGramilated Sugar for 1 1 qt Tin Bucket 09 8 Cakes Lenox Soap 08 Best Baking Powders for 10 Coal Oil for 09 Also received a nice line of Raisins Figs Prunes and citrons which will sell extra cheap Yours For Cash BLUE GASS GROCERY CO E1PH P BROWN MGR Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KINNIARD cA t I 4 I lIb 1 Gal i Jj1Th f f y Qf y t Y 1rx f r Yit r i i 4 Ii 4 Not all welldressed men are but all men dressed by HEMPHILL are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a s Of at least onethird as compared with some com petitors 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 vial Suits All Wool dressed bY CIHEMPHLL at Tailormade suits to your measure 10 and 35 I will guarantee to fit you both in Tailormade and wear Suits and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking elsewhere Truly Yours J C HEMPHILL ETVImard Jno BStout LiZZard Szouz Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY Read to I lis 8 Jar I1lti1 s OOOOOOOOOOOOOO A LEACDRU0ISTS iflt Farm for Sale I wlllsell my farm containing seventysfx acres privately and on easy terms The land lies about 4 miles east of Bryantsvllle Is easily reached and in good state of cultivation House contains four rooms and has all nee essary outbuildings There is a good orchard and never failing water The place is under good fence For further Information call on or address Mrs J M Scrivner 101898 Bourne Ky HP R GElId stein of No 544 Fourth ave Louisville Kv will be at Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky onMonday Nov 28 1898 Returning one day each month Eyes examined and glasses scientifically ad Trained Nurses The service of Nurses who have graduated from the Louisville Training School can t secured at the Pattie A Clayilnflrmary of Richmond Ky price l5 perweek except In contagious cues for whleh 30 Is charged Application for nurses made to the up iat5udeut 3l Isirwarfi I usted shot ldbe W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Galley FirstClas LillY STABLE HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MIN Fruit Flowers Shade Blue Grass Nurseries Everything for Orchard and Garden Fruit and Trees Shrubs Roses Vines Small Fruits Rhubard Asparagus and all stock grown in nurseries Prices reasonable as we employ no agents Descriptive catalogue on application to H F Phone 27 Lexington Ky Fall Jses Lawn HILLENMEYFR Ornamental Z ulcbess rousers c 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 who use the Dut chess proves the actual test of strength every garment is guaranteed to possessEvery pair sold under the Dutchess guarantee make of Trousers BEST IN THE WORLD TRY A PAIR Up to Date strongest establishments More Bargains We are overstocked on Baby Caps so in order to reduce our stock for the next two weeks we will sell Any Cap we have at Cost Now is your chance for Bargains so come early before they are picked over Respectfully Noel SistersPhone 85 y I L i CENTRAL REv ORD FRIDAY November 11 1898 PERSONAL Mrs Dr Acton is visiting relative in LincolnMessrs and Lucas are here de livering fruit trees Col A G Daniel of Lexington was in the city this week Mrs Chas Doty of Lexington was visitor here last week Capt Duncan and Lieut Farra have returned from Lexington Misses Mary and Georgia Miller were visitors in Danville this week Win Berkele and J E Stormes visited Danville Monday Mrs Timothy Ford of Bryantsville is visiting her niece Mrs Alex Doty Mrs Walter Beazley has returned from a visit to her sisters in Stanford Miss Nannette Harris has returned from a pleasant visit to the country Charley Norris came up from to cast his ballot and see his fam fly A few friends were eutertained at a dinner Saturday by Mrs J W Swee ney S S Dickerman and family of were in town last week shop ping Mrs Turner of Nashville is Mrs James McCarley near tint city Mrs licttie Landram is visiting sister Mrs Jno Baughman in Rich mond Miss Lizzie Beazley of Crab OrChar is the guest of her brother Dr Walte Beazley Mrs Jack Venetta and children of Danville have been Miss Sallie Lou Myers guests Miss Mary Tumie of Danville Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Tumie on Danville avenue Misses Lizzie and Bruce Fumphrey visited Miss Faulkner at Kings Mountain this week WE INVITE all of our friends and to call and make AN INSPECTION of our stock We took pains to select only the HANDSOMEST HATS and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets Miss SaUiE Tillett raD Dau DDaDD aCClgaCCJ ac taJ o ce a Frankfort Bryan tsville visiting he patrons especial I j t Li oo l FH1 Die dames l1 1 J 1 J 1 p j 1r l r Mrs Wallace allaceton is vis icing her sister Emma doper Miss Eifiene lush gave a handsome dinner S iturday in honor of Miss Car of Stanford Mr Brown Anderson and sister Mis Sallie of Ncuola ville are visiting Miss Hamilton Mamie Stormes the youngest child o Mr Otilie ia Dunn has been qtate il or MJvral days Mrs Margaret Duni hits rvtu ie from a pleasant wait to Chicago vli re the spent the summer Messrs Jordan and Young of Nscho lasville spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in this city Dr Bagby editor of the Western Recorder is the guest of Mrs Mattie ONeal on Lexington Ave Miss Carrie Currey made a visit to Richmond this week and attended the Crutcher Evans wedding Senator George T Farris whom strangers tape to be Douglas tIle shoe man has been in town this week Mrs Sarah B Cronley of who has been visiting Miss Jane Hopper returned home Wendesday Miss Bessie Burnside leaves next week for Lebanon where she will be entertained by Miss McAfee house party Miss Sallie Noel of Danville and Miss Fieber of Indianopolis spent Sunday with relatives and friends here Mr E Moritz of St Louis Mo has been visiting friends in this city A mighty pretty sweet girl is mong the list o friends Mrs Geo M Patterson left this morning for St Paul where she goes as a delegate to the National meeting of the W a T U Mrs Betsy Wayland and Mrs Nan tie McClintoch have returned to ynthiana after a pleasant visit to the family of R II Batson Miss Mary Elkin a beautiful and charming Stanford belle a great favorite with Lancaster young folks was with relatives here this week Mr and Mrs W B Bradshaw left Tuesday for Cincinnati where they will reside in the future TIm RECORD wishes Billy success in his new home many friends of Mr Robert Henry are glad to see him at home several months visit to Arkansaw and Oklahoma Ilaytia Cuba and the Phil i pines Mrs Tom Wherritt gave an elegant dinner Friday in honor of the birthday of Lieut Claude Wherritt The Lieu tenant is rapidly recovering from his recent illness and will soon be able to come to town A Queer Medicine There is a medicine whose do not claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown ingredient or that it is a The honest med icine only claims to cure certain and that its ingredients are re Bladder Diseases f It is Foleys Cure 1m of Hiss pen ter Hall Lexington ala and he after proprietors diseases physiciansKid- ney 11 cure a1L a J THE PEACE COMMISSION That it is best for the Men Boys and Children to Buy their Clothing of Us as we give Good Value and Save Money for the People One Low Price to All All our goods are the best c u q J to All who With THE GLOBE Co i I Has Setiled the acl Prosperity Dial Vs iL Frohmaii PFJ1VdIGJIY i More Local Old Jays Enjoyed It A rope stale entertained a crow bird Friday He a good looking woman with him and started the port that she would appear on the wire also Tiiis rum refused gnat a crowd of older citizens to bring the children At the appointed hour the man and woman appeared the latter wearing a knee dressa d displaying a pair of well padded tights She the hat and it was interesting to sje some of the old iroppny in the cash For some reason the girl did not come out on the wire and the openmouthed and star ing crowd of men and buys would have hung the whole show party bad some one taken the lead The troupe tri ed to beat Uncle Dave Best out o his hotel bill that night but he was up to their game and it did not work The Havnuii Limited American Railway to an DUIUIIC train cc for the especial b ne it of tnivei to the est Indies has eu ea i run cent Koue are a ass tram known as the Fiorina Havana Lim ited go into service from to Tampa Jacksonville Miami Mobile and New Orleans This expo nent of the genuine American idea getting into the field early will be a complete vestibuled service with din ers observation cars wide vestibules electric headlights and all the para phernalia of the modern railroad train It is chiefly to be marled as the first in the field for the new territory which is just coming under the protection of the greatest flag on earth Train will make fast time to Ports named and will connect with fine steamer service to various Ports in Cuba Porto Rico and Jamaica It marks a new era in railroading in this country Campbell West The marriage of Rev T IL Camp bell and Miss Chloe West will take place at the Baptist church in this city next Tuesday morning at 1030 oclock No formal invitation will be issued all the friends of both parties being ex pected The ushers will be Messrs Hugh T Logan Fisher Herring Ed Gaines and Ernest Brown The groom will enter the church with Mr Logan and the bride with Mr Gaines The party will be preceded down the aisles by Messrs Herring and Brown and form a semicircie facing the audience The ceremony will be said by Rev W M Kuyken all pastor of the Fork church Immediately after the the happy couple will take a car riage for Danville and go to Lexing ton where they will leave that over the C O road for Wash ington The church will be decorated with palms and evergreens The wed ing march will be played by Miss May Z Hughes The bride is the daugh t2r of Mr John K West for many years superintendent of public schools and one of the most highly respected citizens of the county She is a hand some younsr lady and one highly and cultured She has by her eling dress with hat to match Ever since the groom came to Lancaster THE RECORD has praised his many good qualities as a citizen and Christian gen tleman We have frequently spoken of him as a minister who practices what he preaches and we know the people of the community irrespective of church affiliation will concur in our words of praise of him He has a call to preach at Rockwell Maryland and after a short visit to relatives In Washington will enter up on his duties as pastor at that place THE RECORD wishes the couple God speed and hopes their pathway thro life will be adorned with roses r handed bal codgers or he fir s rv he Q ern C 1 Cincinnati marriage afternoon educated manyfriends accepted hair iheaded li C rs St twill S i Hero of the Hour Everybody knows what an expert fisherman Maj Jim Burnside is i he Mjjr is what may be called a strictly Scientific fifierman lie only takes about two trips to the river a year but wuen he goes the entire community waits in breathless suspense to see the mon tars he wilt bring in lie his annual Fall fish last week an l knowing that something the size of a whale would be hauled from the sparkling stream TilE RECORD employ ed a photographer to follow the Major keeping out of his bight and when the critical m ment arrive take a picture of him Last weeks ed ertwentyone inches and weighed something less than ten pounds Just as the Major was swinging the jumper over his head our caught this picture K s The ar fish struggling representative too mea v 3 SWEENEY Heavy frosts in this locality arore minding us that the melancholy days are over Mr and Mrs H B Arnold and little daughter Mabel Claire of Richmond visited relatives here last week Mrs George Pope of Livingston was the guest of her sister Mrs W P Dishon last week Rumors of a wedding of people we know are now in Mr and Mrs Ralph Arnold of Crab Orchard spent several days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Thos Stone of this vicinity Our community was greatly shocked to learn of the death of Mrs Dr Fred Lawrence formerly Miss Minnie Snod grass which occurred at her home in Kansas Oct 29th She was a sister of Mrs Booth Thompson and visited her beautiful woman and as lovely in disposition as she was beau amiabilitymade besidesthehusband and family A Queer Medicine some hitherto unknown ingredient or the best for Kidney and Bladder Diseases It is Foleys Kidney Cure HAMMACK Mr Samuel Hall sold his tobacco crop for six cents all round W L Lawson Co bought a lot of yearling cattle from R S Boain at 34 cents a pound Ye Paint Lick scribe boasts of a 4G pound pumpkin Mr J W Newland of this place has a pumpkin he raised that weighs 58 pounds Mr and Mrs Wni Tudor have just returned from a visit of several days among relatives in Madison county Mrs Spillman who has been very sick for several weeks we are glad to note is much better Little Sarah Reid is on the sick list this week had to quit school op account of it circulation hers some ago She wflsa extend proprietors Medicinerecognized feww years w S A Tribute The de th o Mrs Eve yn Mw TK Pierce chronicled last steer in 1 HK CENTRAL RECORD removes another an dent landmark from the annals of the Cty on the Hillside Away UCK in the 40s when FranKlin Female Ins fute was opened by the of Laucater for UK education of the children of the community MrsPierca4 with her husband Dr J S and children occupied the residence on Danville street auto the home 01 Mr H A B and family The Ohio teachers Misses Jane and Lucy Garfield boarded with Mr Pierce Tnese accomplished sisters were quite the lions of the day Their hostess was always deeply interested in the progress of the school although her children up to that period were all boys and not eligible to enter there John James Braxton and illiam were ner lyandby two were born Alice now Mrs of Los Au eies CaL and Lula also married Mrs Pierce was a favorite comps ion of the young always pleased to have them about her and ever show isli pleasures and woes Her sons were J must courtly and gallant in manners arm address and she g ve them ev opportunity or education and culture as she iiid later in life for her She was a woman in her religious belief and a devout member of the Methodist church Her standard was the high one laid down in Proverbs for the godly woman and her faith never wavered After her removal to the West to be with her daughter she continually sent funds back to Kentucky to take care of her old family servants She corresponded with them and address ed them in her letters as she would a near relative The writer enjoyed the privilege of being a pet in childhood and a trusted friend in womanhood of this good woman In a letter received April 15th of the present year she said I was glad to receive your let ter and to know that you remember me and took the time in the midst of your many duties to write me I greatly enjoyed a visit this winter from Mrs Matty Price She gave me much news of Lancaster and I saw myself that for me the place was peopled with strangers My health is good and I am exempt from many of the ills incident to old age I can walk and read about as well as ever All my temporal wants are supplied and best of all my dear 1 have sweet The gift of Gods love How poor would life be without it how rich with it I have formed many friendships since I met your grandmother and mother but memory often takes me back to the olden times and now at this of the journey I can truly say goodness and mercy have follow ed me all the days of my life Nothing ofself all of Jesus God blew you my dear and mke you a blessing to oth ers Thus wrote this sainted woman I know nothing more The first intima tion I had of her death was in THE RECORD as stated I am thus this tribute because her life was an example for all She sleeps beside her loved ones gone before She rests from her labors and her works do Col low her E D P A Sure Sign of Croup Hoarseness in a child that is subject to croup is a sure indication of the of the disease If Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent the attack Many who have croupy children always keep this remedy at hand and find that it saves them much trouble and worry It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take For sale by K E McRoberts 1m lark bury J daughters Baldwin a concern fur their r daughters consecrated stave personal- in l approach Chamberlain after mothers 7 si L o Odd rlww glee II anus mug ILttering chi peace a d Finest Line of 9 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 Peed 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 Fet to our customers Suits aUQ OV3fc01t1 Stacy AnaJll Mt Shoes Best Pdi V 1T r1Ql erlit J ifasI jU o 1 z- Ji 4c1 v+ J a j T 4 re k Hope f wen thouirsi t curaLv lialH as to ion have con iiuyoiid hope t tors are a i tin l lf to afford any re ui jv or sulierer i t iir hiiu elf ou the jtriy nrrtve- i i iiv ni5y to see why riVrt d to cure Cancer inir theories have been all wrong id f ir trettment mis irpcrrtl Tl y have mrde the liMake of thinking that by cut nut the yore or ulcer known is Cancer the disease would be gotten rid of and the patient re tored to health But the cruel accomplishes nothing for Cancer prom pt ly returns and i always more virulent than before It has bpon demonstrated beyon doubt that Cancer is n blood and can n t curod Uy the surgeons knife because tine Hood can not be cut Several years ago my wife had an ulcer on tongue which though an noying was not regarded seriously It refused to heal began to grow giving her much pain The treated it for quite a while but pi1H Itlld Iitt jI b h t i their ill the dip e be doctors Lcfy- r hs tit ill hell Wife nest t FLATWOOD The farmers are busy setting fruit trees Uncle Abe Faulkner has received back pension amounting to 100 and an increase of 2 on the month Mrs Nixon Perkins of Marksbury spent Saturday at John Duddcrars Master Bruce Lawson and Henry Thurman spent Sunday at John Iler rymans Miss Myrtle Cormney is on the sick list Mrs Grayson who has been very sick is convalescent Mr charley Graves and family spent with Mr Sam Fields near Point Leavall Wade Kavanaugh of color shot off the end of his foot Dr Kinnaird is attending physician accidentally Sunday j j1 get your number and get a pan We want BUTTER EGGS HAMS Will pay good prices for produce We are selling Call and get our prices and see our goods will be glad to seeyou Bring your friends with you H M BALLOIT BakingPan Fancy Groceries So Cheap usable to do lice good andii illy nronoiiuuH it Cancer of a mustI jii uait type UV wi rf greatly j iaMUi and gave her remedy tv ininrdcd but they did not seemf to iv It Use disHHse anti it continued Tinvd atitl grow Upon the if a ht ipjn to take S 6 S I and IJtfv few bottles had been u ed t drIld was not ril c riiinjg the ii u dy she wiHJ cMiii I lely and nil rmanrnc the cure hs been proved as no rsnf of disifuse has jfZrJi v returned though ten year Inpsfd Spnrta Ga The caws made or V Jt n obstinate Ns tsrpseatod bi dd itSft which acts on thevv Correct principle off fing ont time poison and ridding the vtem of it forever S S S never fails to care the worst sr s of Cancer Scrofula Catarrh ztMnaCoutagousBIoodPoisonKheu n f ii sores ulcers etc it teat r ir viat other remedies have been is vain It is the only blood re y guaranteed Purely Vegetable and contains not a particle of potash mercury arsenic or books on Cancer and Blood adi t it an lid ithit il a imictmt t 11 L IIIIULIPUOU3 t ry 5r bY fr I s S sI l ptrnu- tt i rent It thl only I remedyJ curl i oS I n I ire nn j sign the i r err is 1ry it i S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted with out pain Crown and Bridge Work a specialty Office overT S Elians meat shop in the new Thompson building Silver Plate that Wears w lilt rc Let us call your attention to our 1847 Rogers Bros Triple plated Knives and Forb They are made to wear and con sidcrmgf inequality style and finish of steel and the forks on hard white nickel silver They are guaranteed to give satisfaction to the purchaser priceThe 3a s A full line of Spoons Sugar Shells Butter Knives etc in JM7 goods always on hand Let vt show them to you THOMPSONJ C STERLING SILVER Exquisite Cut Glass in New Cuttings C N McDONNELL Jeweler and Optician Danville Kentucky A ie tIn articles suitable for Presents Tea Table Dessert Spoons andForks Also and Salad Cream Gravy ButterKnives the grade only carried 9 K Spoons andhighest f- i a- p s c HDluOdl rYES SIR GOODS BOOTS tT V 1 YOU CAN MONEY DY BUYING f CLOTHING DRY BOBS j rt I SAVE I 4 Z 9 Ca ti t 31- r 1 j a1 Arill oiUUi Tin M b nes tu the farm ou jht to be crusted or broken up iituly and bur id bout the fruit trees and pe Late to bed aul early to rise pri p ie i moon for ibis home in the skies But lariy to Led and a Little Early lliser the p i that makes life ionsjer and better and wiser At Stortms Drug tjtur 1m At the Mattoon street fair last two pumpkins were on exhibiton that were in ISJG They were kept in a dry con darkened upper room in the theaf is a convenient thing to handle in the feed room If 01 can ie p the mice out of it lay by jmi or the horse it will say liffjjiing provide excellent toad ani up ue lobe ter purpose than in ny iiet manner h lr nr livi nd r i is h brouijnt thm into tin markets n con numoers but thouh the de mand has so strum it has not served to give any strength to the market for common grades he ex perence of those who have tried to make money last year by feeding sc ibs has taught the lesson that that c mss as well as the feed that goes in to them must be very cheap or noth in r will be left for profit It is a les son that will not soon be forgotten Here if ter blood will tell more and moni in the markets cf each season Whenever ahorse shows symptoms f becoming frightened an effort th uld be made to teach him that the object of his fear is harmless At no other time is it so important to treat h in with the most patient kind ness If whipped in order to make him approach or pass whatever fright ens him he will associate the whipping with the object that excited his alarm and it will not only increase his dread at the time but will cause him to fear ihi same object always This care in trying to familiarizes the animal with what seems to hjm fearful is especial ly important in the case of young and if they are kindly handled in teaching them there is nothing to fear they will become less inclined to take fright at strange objects in later life Ballard Dunn sold to J S Collins 70 extra good feeders average weight 97 at Register The Richmond Register says J W Jameson Son of Paris speyed 403 and 103 heifers last J W Bales Mr Jameson has had great success in spaying and prepared as he is the work speys form lrQ to 200 a day In 1SS7 Mr Thomas McIntosh of A lentown Tenn had an attack of dyr eatery which became chronic I was tre itcd by the best physicians in East Tennesse without a cure he says Finally I tried Chamberlains Coli c Choltrt and Diarrhoea Remedy Af ter using about twelve bottles I was cured sound and welL For sale by R E McRolerts 1m It is sad that artichokes grown on one acre of land will fatten as many hogs as three acres of corn o 00 coo coo aeacco a cco r vins week raised Oat Us aule been 4cRichmond wael for far S NOT E vawovaovooooootoovooovovooos straw side horses between ExS c otwry W C Wnitney will pur cha e a f m n Kentucky and estab 1 sh a u or tie reeding o if cn one to rut J F x f i anvill enlend a carload of horses in the great Brady Ya ker combination sn e t Atlanta Abut 5JO head are be ol i You may have but a head or two o unptolitable stock for winter feeding get rid of them at any price They will soon absorb their pxesent value if kvpt and it is foolish to waste feed on them if you cannot make them worth more ens It tail oe fed as soon as it can be swaLoue 1 Meat may be given at but with care that it does not prove laxative For aliening corn yet stuns at the uead One aavantau in ap Pluwiug a ttiat it go t much recii matter into UK sou wnerf it otcompos during tie meciiuUeai tffcit Iroin ecuycd vegetation matter la value and this is wholly lost when re faso is buned Wnen you ask lor De vVitts Witch Hate iuive dont accept a counterfeit or imitation There arc more cases ol 1iies being cured by this than all others combined At Stormes 1m Reports from the large wheat and corn growing States of the Northwest indicate that the wheat and corn crops are badly damaged by warm wet weather In Manitoba out of a crop estimated at to 3J million bushels only about eight million will Le threshed the remainder standing in stacks threatened with destruction Equally gloomy reports cjme from North Dakota and Illinois Shocked has blown down and is rotting because of the dampness and warm weatherThe a cough or cold is cured without harm to the sufferer the bet ter Lingering colds are dangerous lUcking cough is distressing One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures it Why suffer when such a cough cunTis within reach It is pleasant to the taste At Stormes Store 1m The Harrodsburg Democrat reports sale of 30 fat hogs at GO 53 bbls corn at SI 25 8 acres tobacco S cents from the ground up 7000 bushels of wheat 05 cts The Richmond Register says that R N Beazley has purchased about 100 030 pounds of tobacco at 5 and G cents per pound Mr D A Patton of Ohio was here this week and a car load of sheep from B F Robinson at 3 12 Mr Patton is a frequent visitor to our town and is a clever gentleman Mr Jake Stearns of Stearus and Stearus of Cincinnati was here the past week and bought of different par ties about 125 cattle to eat the slop at the Pilgrimage Distillary He paid for them from 3J to 3 the cattle to average from 003 to 1050 Ibs C A Arnold shipped a nice hogs to market this which he paid 2 34 to 3cts W G and C W Anderson sold to E Iii flu himB t Vhet IS a safe food fur epic Inc qutc as great as the direct terulizug ofwheat 6 corn Drug 3 bouht loadof week fir thoroughbred always anytime winter Drug- Store Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at O S O IIbTESIt fully Warranted and Excels all others AllKinds Farm Machinery Always onHand ic 7 k t L Woods a hunch of huiieu injr 785 Ibs at 3 14 cts W B Burton sold to E L some 700 Ib heifrs at 3 S Morgan bought and shippel a nice load of cogs to Cincinnati market this week fur which he paid 2 34 to Sets Corn gathering is progressing rap the past few days and the farmers are cribbing as fast as they and delivering what they have sol i at 1 00 per barrel i S Ellcin bought some good Luicher cattle at 3 to 3 cts 15 F Robinson bought and shipped a nice load of butcher cattle from Dinville to Cincinnati market paying rum 2 j4 to 3 14 for same Tim Plaster A piece of ilmnei dampened with Chamberlains lain Balm and bound on t the itfivelf pars i superior ii any r When trouble wita a pain in the c est ur side or a laude u ck j iie it a trial You are certain to be more than pleased with the iirumpi relief which it affords Pain Balm is also a certain cure for rheu matism For sale by K E McRob erts im PROPHESIED HIS DEATH Half an Hour Afterward Switchman Brown Was Instantly Killed While Coupling Cars LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 7 Richard Brown of this city switchman for the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad was almost instantly killed shortly after 10 oclock Sunday night while coupling cars There is a peculiar incident connect ed with Browns death Shortly after going to work he entered the office at the yards and said to a number of fel lowworkmen Joys I want you be careful as I feel that somebody is going to be hurt and I have a premonition that that somebody will he myself His death occurred about half an hour after the remark NEW G A R ORGANIZED The First Post of the War Vter ana Organized at Lfxiu tai Ky and KIic s OiHcera LEXINGTON Ky Nov T The Serv ice Men of the Spanish War is the title of a new society similar to the G A R organized by Capt Wilson I Davenny commissary of subsistence of the 1st brigade 2d division 1st army corps Time society is similar to that formed in Columbus 0 a few weeks ago This the primal chapter has been named Henry Clay camp No 1 The following officers were elected for the first year Commander Col Leonard vice commander Lieut Col Ranks adjutant and chiefofstaff Clpt Da vcnny treasurer Col Gunder A rit ual and regulations will be drafted at once Gnul at lt0 Years BARDSTOWN Ky Nov 8 Felix Bean colored aged 100 was found dead in his bed at Hunters six miles from here He helped build the famous breastworks of cotton bales at the bat tle of New Orleans and also assisted in constructing the first railroad in his section of the countrv PIMtet NUBIAN TEA cures Djmpep sja Constipation and Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts BUSINESS Fofe SALE Forty OiO lb steers 10 T M and W McC John Fon splendid gentlemans vheel price 12 or trade for a gorse cowmulu or hogs E Henry CITY PROPERTY FOR home in Lexington street between College mod Judge Hemphills Full partic FOR nice jersey cow will e 7yearsold in the spring has had dve calves and has not been dry since first calf she is giving 3J gallons of nilk a day gentle can lead her ary where will be fresh in FebuaryR FOR farm consisting of 100 icres of good hemp and tobacco land lies four miles east of Lancaster on the Hyattsville and Kirksville turn pike Also 21 acres on same in ightof Hyattsville For information il on R E Henry of TUB RECORD fflce averag Is l4cts iliJ in 1 pal aU- to night Sp inish leif s ton sep30 SALEA R RENTMy HerringMrsSALEA SALEA Rco coil as Rest to Indigestion 00000000d004000000000000000000000X 8 004000000000044vb00800100010C c 1 arm a Cfaiged View oF a Caged art AaA j3ye k JtWG urttl 3 wui tofan tWtattle wtoek eJcfocl Aifeotoiwl e xfttd XL tfiaMqui wutvu fif at Jiuwt rM t1J iJ wptctMul L M thatcJ c9 y hope nbvi m- uae ann PtaMfm CUBAN OIL Cuts Burns Bruises Ehcu oiatiam and Sores Price 25 cent Picked from tie Eiclaip Basiet The editor riseth in the morning and knowcth not what the day may bring forth If he telleth all the news he runneth a great risk of having a tin ear put on him and if he telleth not the news the people says he is n g and there is no joy in it The cratty man cajoleth him into giving him a 53 cent puff of a 5 cent cigar fond mothers frown on him if he fails to flatter their freckled face broods And all his ways are ways of woe and his days are days of sorrow The man setteth snares for him and on the whole he has a deuce of a Dont go to tha Editor and ask him to send you a paper and that you will pay him sure the next time you come to town and then take it se or eight months and then notify the postmas ter to stop it without paying your dol lar You owe him a dollar when you take one paper cut of the office He is there to send it to you a full year and i you want to stop pay up like a man Never offer to pay an Editor for a frac tion of a year It brands you as short and he will so list you when you go out if he does not tell you so to your face That is the law and you ought to know it Dont stop a paper with out paying up all arrearage That is trick and it will lead you to horse stealing- If the postmaster fails to give you your paper ask him to look Ask him politely Insist on it That is what he is there for That is what Uncle yam pays him four or five dollars a day to do Dout go home mad when the paper is not in the office Mistakes will hap pen Drop in to see the editor He will supply missing papers and cheerfully He will be glad to see you He may get a news item out of you He may get a dollar out of you and then you will go home feeling that you have discharged a small obligation that is a big thing in the life of the poor Edi Office boy Say deres a big feller down stairs who wants yer and a sad eyed little woman with a big roll of up the big man It was once customary in France when a guest had remained too long for the host to serve a cold shoulder of mutton instead of E hot roast This was the origin of the phrase to give the cold shoulder melancholy picture of an Editor in the State of Washington is drawn by the Mich Sentinel There are al ways those who will kick For in stance if you publish j kes with whis kers on them some willsay you ought to be in a lunatic joint If you dont print something to smile at they say you are a pessimistic fossiL If you spread yourself and write a good orig inal article they will say it is stolen If you reprint an article they say you cant write If you say a deserv ing word for a man you are partial if you compliment the ladies the men are jealous and if you dont the ver dict of ladies is to the effect that your paper is not fit to use in the coistruc tion of a bustle If you stay in your office ycu are afraid to remain on the streets If you stay on the streets you are lazy if you look seedy you are squandering your money if you wear curl andall time ten ascurvy tor W poetryEditorShow insurance good clothes you are a dude and dont pay for them If you play a social tame of any kind and get stuck you are a fish if you win you are a tin horn So it goes through one round of pleasant complication IF I knew the box where the smiles are kept No matter how large the key Or strong the bolt I would try so hard Twould open I know for me Then over the land and the sea Id scatter the smiles to play That the childrens faces might hold them fast For many and many a day If I knew a box that was large enough To hold all the frowns I meet- I would like to gather them From nursery school Then folding and holding Id pack them in And turning the monster key Id hire a giant to drop the box JJTo the depths of the deep deep sea American Jewess ELECTROFQISE J he Electropoisc does not however confine its cures along any particular line It cures by removing the cause causing the system to absorb Oxygen purifying the blood and building up the system Dear Sirs The goitre has entirely disappeared from Mrs Wilsons neck and she is the proudest and most grate ful woman in the world The Electro poise has accomplished what the phy sicians and medicines could not More than seven years ago she was told that she could never be cured The Elec tropoise contr tdicted the opinion of learned doctors has removed the swelling and she is entirely well I have under my observation an other case of goitre that is being rap idly cured It is my only doctor and I use it in my family for all ailments lIRa SAM WALKER Wife of United States Commissioner Wytheviile Va July 9 1890 DuBOIS WEBB 513 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THe LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE R S SCCUHB The Maximum of Safety TCj The 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