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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 11, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898111101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 11, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Blue VOZ,VME IX. Knterca at tA Post Office in Lancnnfr. Ky., it eiecond Class Jiartet NUMBER 30 , rottJ?,fiL?!K . LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, NO VEMBE . . , 11. ' 1898. Dr. 11-- tf " " tl.00 v er Year in Advantt. Fresh Oysters daily at Gaines. Good Saddle Horse for sale. D. Wesley, CASH PBICBS. J. B. HASELDEN, STOVE I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. 60OO))M) 966004900 9 000066000 0666 666 0C 600 6066v5 Furniture, Taxes past due. Pay be "ore the Suits for S3.50. J. C. Hemp penalty goes on. hill J. B. Sanders, S. G. Coal bucket 14c The election is over. Now go to -Nickel plated poker nici hard wood If a merchant has no bargains to of work. handle 5c fer you can get your bottom dollar Alaska cold handle poker 10c See the handsome shoes and wraDS he's not going to advertise. A good wire close line 14c Hope close line 5c Several citizens lost their votes Large size galvenizad dipper 10c uesday by reason of having changed Cut Glass at Morrow Beautiful Sa prist 4 v wn r fc tu.-i- r residences within tne past sixty Splendid I lit .1., Exc-U- i . days a lue at. in jllvvr-Al- l bvKu !r at tu- - idire tiniifri.t. tic steei cake turner Women love' pr.ett. shoes Thai'; He Un Diit pan. an . o 1 .r Wire c ff-- e tra ner tiio Kind of.goo.ts Joseph bells. Tne 5 W.re coif e s ra u r irg. Til. llat.-!'c and agent a nice had are pretty.ht the leetand wear aplen Toilet no i, 3 pit-line ii. c- ..eCfrate truuu.fi Tu.; .(lav diliy. Good casi si e. hatchet '5c 11) All steel rv pm. No. 7 or 8 Furs Wanted. There was nut a druiikeu man oi All steel .skillet So 8 2c 1 will pay highest Cash price for all Good buck saw, 50c the strejts Tuesday. kinds of Fura. N. ii. Booik. Very good hand saw (steei) 4 Sic Peaches, Grapes, l'ear and Fancy Good bug-frn 10c whip, extra good, Marksbury, Ky. apples at G. ri. Gaines. J. 11. HAhLLDEN. Instead of waiting 'til Christmas Call an see a beautiful line o. Rugs buy yourvife a present, why not goto Col.W. G.Welch. I. Williams at J. A. lieaziev & Co. Joseph's now anil get her one .of those Stanford. Lancaster. him. stylish Cloaks. Fishing in Dix river has been for tile past ween or ten days. New Meat Shop. Pine Jersey Cow For Sale. WELCH WILLIAMS big Perrin opened a meat market Three years old, giving plenty milk. Fix for the cold weather bv irettin iho-.- t Fine butter cow. Call at E W. Har adjoining R. A. Stone's store near th fine Cloaks at Joseph's, He on hand all ris' shop. tf djpot. meat keeps guarantees kinds o fresh and satisfac Large line of Dinner Sits and Cham Law, Xhe grazing was short for the float tion. ber Set, just received. G. S. Gaines. ers 1 uesday. Several "influentail' Notice. Ky. Nice line Sterling Silver Spoons, just men were also disappointed at not get if yju call for Potts Fiour at the received by Morrow & McIloberts. ting to "handle" funds. leading grocers, and they haven't got ) AH business attended to promptly orJer direct from II. C. Potts.Buck Bourbon Steam Laundry. Freh Oysters received daily. Served agon in town daily. O. F. . illett Lancaster Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the eye, Ky. an I soid. Hotel. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your For Sale. tf Monday was pension day, and many orders at Sweeney's store. poor fellows were mad happy nv Un lhe spirit of progress which has Several pieces of valuable town prop cle Sam. ecenily struck the town has thrown a rty. If you want a home, come and m;. J. n llemhill. wet tda ket ovor the kickers ihat ee I.'orn. to the wife of G. o. . Brow , Real Estate Agent. od. ez 'em out! a b;3 The man has been nam1 he telephone exchange continues ed Bryan Gi'bert. very eliow who owns an ice house hould put it in repai and fill it Wil to grow New instruments are put It's nonsense to give a present that's not cost much and a nice little wad uciiny uvery weeic. mere are now not useful, so go to Joseph's and get can be realiz-140 wires running into the main office. next summer. your wife a handsome dnAs. And this is an enterprise the croakers The independent BEAZLEY&BAU&HIAN. Moxev To Loan On real estate at 5 and operators met intelephone owners said wouldn't pay. Crab Orchard and per cent; a Idress W. S. L uvwill At- formed an organization for the still A representative of the largest di FUNERAL DIRECTORS, torney, D mville Ky. further extension of lines in Kentucky. mond importing house will be at Store .Nov. 11th. with full line of d Be on the look out for burglars. John C. Gastineau, of Iliattsville, VRTERIAL and CAVITY EMmond goods. Call on this day and was bitten by a sr.i ler Sundaj' morn- number of cases have been reported in make selections for Christmas pres ing and hassulTerel agonizing pain and around town. Get a trun and then ents. BALMING a SPECIALTY. Thomnson. the Jeweler. use it to kill. from the effects. d The to be eriven awav I have just received a special line of weatner is siow in setting in, by J. B. Jennings is on exhibition Carpets, &c. samples from Tlie Royal Tailors, of out 'it will certainly hi here, so tro to at W. J. Romans' carriage shop. Ex Chicago, fresh from the mill., and they oseph's monster dry goods house and amine it and then come in and take n are beauties. Call and see the m. get your wife a handsome, stylish and hance on it. nov-- 4 durable cloak. J. C. Hemphill. Still in. Capt. Duncan and Lieut Farra have returned from Lexington but have not sen mustered out The delay is caused the usual red tape required by Un All-Wo1) AND TIN HOUSE. Pretty dress goods at Joseph's Notice. t - 4 r e - -- y nov-ll-li- 1 100 fine Maple shade. tree3. Plan .7. C Thompson. Patrons of the Graded School s hould this month. visit the institution and see the good I have a few more suits that I can work being accomplished. make to your measure for S10.00.V J. C. HempTiilL Money to Loan. For building purposes, or on well P Capt. Miller's lot is the place to improved Real Estate. Terms easy, build the hotel. The captain will only J. C. Hempliill. ask what he thinks the lot is worth. Be sure and come in Friday, Novem Danvule street has been repaired at ber 11, and make selection of diamonds. the crossing at D. M. Lackey's. More Drummer will be here only one day. than half the roadway had washed Thompson, the Jeweler. away and the place was dangerous. Clay Hamilton, tne night man atth b resh egsjs 14 cts; held eggs 10 to depot, says he is kept very ousy 12 cts; young turkeys 7c Turkeys to rain lime every night. Travel be ueliveretl not later than thellCth these trans continues to increase. to get this pric. II. B. Northcott son or Mr. Sam Lancaster. Hit Cochran died at old Paint Lick Tues Means Uuslness. day night of diphtheria. The remains Jas. I. Hamilton has buyers for fou were interred in the ceuieterv there or hve trood farms, provided thrs. Wednesday. wanting to sell will do so at leasonabl D.--. bhelton, principal of the Stan ngures and will come to him with ford Female College, will preach at the their trading clothes on. No time for B .ptiit church Sunday, at the usual parley. Say what you want for the hour. All cordially invited to hear land and do so at once. The old floater was on short grazing Tuesday. nov HURRY UP 'ITfVVfVffVPI If you want any of those "bargains we are offering in Boots and Shoes. Mr. Joe Swope Dead. A brief telegram received Tuesday announced the death of Mr. Joseph bwope at Indianapolis The message said the remains would be interred there, and we have been unable to learn further particulars. Mr. Swope was a former resident of this county ana had many relatives here. Mr. Miller's Child Dies. Anna Uoty, the young-s- t child of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Mille , died at the family home, near town, Thursday afternoon. !she was in her second year. is!ie had been ill of membrane- Ui croup for several days, 'lhe re- muns were interred in ti.e Lanoastpr metery Friday. The family hav reai, syrrpuny irom the community in the loss of their dear child. The people know their value and they are going fast. &' Attorneys at You should see our line of Lancaster n-- 4 BLANKETS and COMFORTS They are Nice and Cheap, and just the thing you need these chilly nights. Kay Peas to go In. Knights of Pythias will take teps toward going in on the new Op- ra House and Hotel building to niht, ind it is hoped every member will be on hand. I ou't stav awav from thi neeting, brethren, and then k'ck on vjiul mo ioage uoes. ine lodge room s the place to make j'our suggestions. He there and say your say, or ever af ter hold your jaw. i he Buck-boar- Lancas' er, Ky. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. come S5 Sam. iams, an see OU- R- shaw, for which he has many thanks. We will live like a lord on that this inter. Iiik Recokd's friend, Johnnie left at this oflicj a monster 'Will ker- - but did nothing but take up and burn lhe City Council met Mondav night. ALL WOOL SUITS AT $5 o to Better ones at $7.50. All the novelties of the season in 3uits at $8.50, $10, $12 and $15. o fel SI, 500 bond which was issued to raise money to refund the bank taxes some time ago. The work of improving the sidewalks goes 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 ave an town yet. There has been much typhoid fever 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 exchange. Herbert Kinnaird and Jessie Walden, were exceedingly polite and obliging Tuesday nLjht, and helped get the re turns from all over the county. They are two clever fellows. Spirit oC Progress. There are seven handsome dwellings course of construction in Lancaster present. Every mechanic is busy, d more work awaits them. The old town is getting on a hustle that is glorious to behold. Keep it croiner. The merchants are cleaning up their stores getting ready to bring on holiday goodi An unusually large stock will be handled this year. Watch the colums of The Record for announce ments from the merchants having the st lines. A railroad coach, made an fitted up pecially for a picture gallery, is stat Best line of $7.50 Overcoats in the market. See our Top Coats at $8.50 O Also New York Box Coat at $12. A Beautiful Line of Boys and Childrens Clothing Buell Bootees. If you want comfort try a pair. Men's High-to- p Shoes from $2. to $3.50, made "by the "best eastern factories. All the latest style Toes and Lasts in Ladies Fine Footwear. The latest patterns in Neckwear. Come and see what we have in Gents' Underwear afr$l. a suit. A new line of Stiff Hats just opened. Best Alpine hat in Central Ky., for $1 Some "beautiful things in Gentlemens' Umbrellas. Givens your orfler for a Dice, Tailor-made ft ft o to Co o o 53 ioned at the depot. It has all the needed for such business and is a model of convenience. The owner remains as long in anyone town business will jmti.y. Many Trees. Suit Nearly three car loads of fruit trees, sold last spring by Pence & Hines, ar rived this week and are being delivered on the Scott lot, near the Square. Many people have been in town this we k receiving their trees. LOG AN & R OB Lancaster, Kentucky. INS ON. great satisfaction at Danville. The Advocate says they do not cost as much stone to put down, last longer and give greater satisfaction. Some of the Lancaster crossings are w.rje than the rocky road to Dublin. The concrete crossings are giving Election in G arrant. The quiet, indifferent manner Inch the election passed oil 1 uesday, was the cause ot much comment, as those of former davs have most al- ays been charactered by several s hts, and such like. The day was very much on the order of 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 ti:c polls, deposited their ballots and eith er went home or to their business. We have it from leaders of both parties that no money or whisky was athand. and the look on the old 'floats" strongly bore out the state ment. As both parties had up good men, it is hard to understand why the vote should fall off so materially unless 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, and may differ slightly on the official and final count.butno material change will be made, lhe bonds carried by an overwhelming majority. At most This bird is not splitting his throat polls, parties were stationed to call ver the victory of any political party, the voters' attention to the bonds, but but is crowing over the great success r'611 with this many went in the those working up the hotel and opera booth, stamped under the rooster or house are meeting with. That's what cabin, and forgot the pikes. The maare interested in. Right here in jority is safe and the court can now isLancaster is where Lancaster people sue the bonds. This will dispose of make their meat and bread and what the hardest and most important part want to see is the good old town of the turnpike question, and we move bu'.lt up. The parties irettinir the to haig the next man who brings up stock have secured in black and white the subject Here's the vote by preeven eight thousand dollars. ' Sev- - cincts. Zeigler gets 49 votes in county. ral other parties who want stock have ot yet been seen, and all necessary for them to sign the paper and new building is assured. Each stockholder PRECINCTS. ill pay two hundred dollars down and the balance in monthly install- ents of about sixteen dollars. Sev- ral parties not able to take a whole Court House 143 176 East Park share have purchased jointly with oth 11 ii West Park 2C0 ers. Two men can carry a share and East fc West Bryantsvllle never miss the money, that is if they 58 Buckeye 73 Walker's School House. are any kind of hustlers. In the pro87 Paint Lick posed building will be two storerooms 18iJM40 Union and there have already been four or 1881 1218 Total . five applicants for them. Four men want the hotel and three the opera house. We haven't the space to go into, details, but it can be readily seen Edmison now has his "Kandy Kitch by investigation that the investment en" at the Marrs corner fitted up ii will easily pay seven per cent on the the best o: style and has on hand a money put in. If any one doubts this fine line ofthe purest candies. He alstatement and is interested, he can be so has a .lunch counter in connection quickly convinced by asking D.- Kin and can feed the hungry at all hours. naird, John E. Stormes,J. C Thompson, No More Shows. any of the promoters of the enter When the Opera House is built the prise, it is the intention to collect the two hundred dollars, first pay Magistrates will refuse "to let the ment, as soon as the stock is made up Court House for shows of any kind. and purchase the lot immediately, but, This is a good idea, as the room is ohcourse, work on the building cannot more or less injured every time a great crowd gathers thee. begin until spring. knock-downwoe-bego-. Prospect for More Trains. Lancaster man had a talk with a prominent rail road official the other day and was told that it was the inten tion of the company to ballast the track and put new steel rails on this road in the spring. Then the compa- y would more than likely put the day trains, now running to Livingston, through here. We have heard several tHcials express themselves as delight- with the recent change and it is ighly probable that the last mantion- d idea will be carried out. The trav el between Richmond and Livingston does not amount to much, and the day trains could run through here and make a close connection at Rowland for Livingston and points south. The run wouiu be shorter and much more convenient for the train crews. A LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY. GREATEST BARGAIN HOUSE IN CENRTIL KY. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 23c. The genuine has 1 may, '99 L. B. Q. on each tablet Obeying the Law. A fellow told a Record representa- tive 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. Ilottom Price. I am bound to sell goods, and in order to do so I am selling absolutely all-wogoods, from Wanamakar it Brown, at Philadelphia prices. Suits, for 3, 10.50 and S12.G0 that cost front S" to 5 mora elsewhere. They are selling and giving satisfaction. Ccme and save money. F.ts guaranteed or 31. u. hughes, Ag'C no pay. Lancaster Ioy Married. The Louisville Dispatch prints the following: "Miss Annie Cornell and Mr. J. Y. Currey, popularyoung people of this city, were married at noon yes terday at the St Nicholas Hotel, In order to have a quiet wedding the young people left this city early yesterday morning and went to the Ohio metropolis. They were ac- compaied by Mrs. Charles E Fleming sister of the bride. The bride is a baauti'ul young women, and has al ways had many admirers. Mr. Currey is the manager of the shoe department of the Mammoth." The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thecdore Currey, of this city, and resided here until a few years ago when he secured a situation in the Falls He is an industrous, capable City. and popular young fellow, who has the respect of all who know him. We extand heartly congratulations to the young people. The Royal Is the highest grade bahkfi pewdar haowa. Actral taats HW it goes oaa-thiforthtr Um tmy othr raad. POWDER . aowi. MaM Kwerat ee., ntw inc. 9 B R YANTS V I LLE. We are glad to welcome Mr. fJnnijka aud famiiy ia our neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Colby Jenkins are rejoicing1 over the arrival of a boy at TQE KENTUCKY Di ELECTiqU, esmk MGRoJierts, Drug Store. Complete stock of sss SVEKY WEEK BV ZOVTS LASDRA f, Pnhllsher. , nitcrau Claim a Gain ot Tio Members, of Concrcn Tlicy Control the Conrt of Appeal. Ky., IOV. I', ICO tOiiuniuK were elected Tuesday. . ! V. Poor Is improving slowly. Ch Flrsi-rles IC w hi clcr. aem. Mrs. J. Second Henry Allen, dcin. (OhxTjle,iw Just received, anew lino of Third John S. Rhea, dem.; rSBMS Six Months Mis-e- s Al-- o Military Fourth D. II. Smith, ilein. dren'a H:.ts. " i 5 Fifth-Os- car Turner, dem. First-Clas- s Sixth Albert S. Hcrry. liem. 01 .i:-- s Alice Ison ai d E. E. Settle, dem. murrtige Seventh Kighth-- O G.Oiltert. dem. Poor, Miss Helle Ison and SI- -. Mr. Ninth M. Williams dem. TabDiclterson. took nlace 011 tne 9th. W ill Tenth T. Y. Filzpatrlck. dem. I m-x-t issue. Eleventh Vincent Horeing. rep. I two and state particulars in Thk D m.ic ats (fame Dcubltul. d A cough is not like a fever. This is n certain siuin of two congressmen for prr.b.l.ly three Congressman in Kentrain of three. with a Wa- not have to run a certain course. Cure the democrats,congressional tucky Tuesday. Turner fie feated stands effectually with One The present in the Louisville district it auiclclv and seven lUmocrats to four republicans. lter E.-an- s victory, however, was in tue Cough Cure, the best remedy The bit'tiest and George G. Gilbert defeated G. M. Minute was car most severe ca Third appallate court district, which mujorny. Davison iu this the Eighth. The Ninth for all ages ana for the ried by McKinley in IKIU by 11 Because ivs Hobson, the democratic nominee lor. ju"k--- . disti ict ii very close with Pugh. rep., ses. vte recommena only overcame this majority, but has won, lui ood. At Storaies' Drug Store. leading on the face of incomplete rewith about 2.000 votes to spare. Williams, dem., wins on the M. Williams, of Rurgin, Ills majorities were In the following counties. Mrs. S. turns. If lloreing, of the visiting her sister, Mrs Aorris Mrs. Anderson UXI. S. Uarreu tai. uuuiii a,n njmiu fi tal returns. Vincent ii-uuI.arue :w Marion in.) H:irt Eleventh, will be the only Republican inline Smith visited friends in Ilar- - (5. Oldham 3 9. Spencer 402. WashiiiRton 210. Jones, nis Mctcalf 52. lotal o.K-6- . Hobson, the rodsburg, last week. R. L. Jenuings. Taylor in the delegation. J. P. opponent, carried Clinton ty aJ- Colic, Neuralgia and Toothache nominee for Jurttre of the ot Paint It ir.f -- ' visited his paruutn, bun republican 1.100. Itusseu e. vvujiie five minutes. Sour Stomach Pulaski KEKTUCKY'S MONUMENT. 81 Court of Appeals in the Third appel day. Mrs. Dave Dunn, who has been This makes Hobson s majority Price, 25 Cents. and Summer Complaints. w'ith the counties of Adair, Casey. Shelby and late dUtr'ct, has a majority over Jones verj' s'ck with fever, is not expected Whitinv to hear from. These counties can not Gov. Bradley Issues a Proclamation In Ite-ga- rd The Farmers Home Journal says this la-:e- r than many of his friends had to recover: nosslblv reduce his majority to less than 2,000, to the Dedication at Chicka-maucountry has not ully real'zed the val may reach over 2.5 10. t; aimed for him. Gilbert's majority Mr. Charlev Ison died at I'.uena Vis and It November S35. at. miu- ue o; sheep iu our agriculture, or that I.orisviLt.E. Kv . Nov. is estimated at 95i r ta, on the 2nd ult , in the 39th year o ninht show conclusively that the democrats it can be raiseo with a larger propor Th Republicans will have a major! his age. He was a good, christian have swept Kentucky, electing in ron?nNiicu G. Gov. BradFbankfokt, Ky., Nov. Third District. tv :n both houses of congress, though man, beloved by all who knew him and the appellate Judge in the by 2.".000. The ley issued a proclamation Friday night tion of nrofits thin other .Hoc e . Wo cone democratic are eating morJ sheep me.it eve-y.ythe m j irities are greatly reduced He leaves a wi'e and two children to The state has estimated pluralities are: First District. in regard to the dedication of Ken and we hardly besjin t' .. tli- r mini. tucky's monument to the union and Roosevelt, rep., was elected mourn his loss. The family have the Wliccler. 6.000; Second. Allen, TedJj cient wool or our own Rhea. 3.50O: Fourth. Smith. 2.030; Klfth. Turo New York by from 20,000 sympathy f ovurn.r of the the entire commu ner. 556: Sixth. Usrry. I.5v: Seventh. Settle. confederate soldiers of the eivil war, time will surely come to 3),O0J. The republicans claim In'ii nity. Gilbert. 2.5;- Eighth. FltzDaf.ick.2.8XJ; Niuin. Minams,- which will be unveiled at Chickamauga co nfi ently n.ott lor a 1.200. Klcveutn. iiori rxi- TVnih. ana by 25.000. Tennessee went demo November 25. this industry. ritiR. rep.. 3.000; Third Appellate District, Hobcraticby 50,000. 3..200. The governor will attend with a son. dem.. HUEBLE. s, Paoitcah. Ky . Nov a Tne concessional staff composed of 50 prominent It Hits Tho Spot. contest In this district is dcUuitely enough Gov. W. O. RitADLEV was up from and in his proclamation he When suffering from a severe cold Rev. Neil filled his appointment at bnnm. Wlieeler. dem.. defeats Reeves, pop.. Franiifort Tuesday to ens-- t his ballot the McKendree church, Sunday. E id by fully B.0M votes. Every county In the dis calls on all societies in the state to ind your throat arid lungs feels sore' a majority rangini; trict lie says Lancaster is always home Gs"or;re Gowen will preach at the C 0 tocives Wheeler(WhcolrriJ county ami cuj send uniformed representative bodies take a dose ol roley s onej and Jar, l.fcift This will be a t at- When the soreness Willi him. and he knows of no better plve hhn COO majority, while hceves couni Christun church Sunday eves ing, at (Italian!) voted against hiin 3T: majority. The and earnestly invites all citizens togov- once relieved, a warm grate- p.uce on earth. T ie governor tend. In his proclamation the atf-pafeeling ful healincr o t two o'clock. vote cast was small, beint: less than half. The moving to changed v;ry little since parts affected will be experien- republicans who kept ut or tne race 10 oie ernor says: Mr. James llollzc'aw and Miss Lili .: the canital, though the amputation .eels so good. "huch an occasion will never again cd and you will say; for Reeves deserted him almost to a man. UmL-rwoodaughter of Mr. Will Un- - Lexington. Nov. 0. The en' ire local ticnei be presented, for never will our people IT HITS the SPOT." It is guaranteed. his whis ers makes him look a littl city and the majoruj in older. Gov. Br dley nas h.id to de.i lerwood, were united in marriage was elected Evan the Settle, will receive over en;:ige in such another coniliet and E. which Hon. uesday, at the brides home near Capt Thomas.! llaruin. nis repuuuuau uu- - forgetful of all save its glories, which and knott with more wcirrysome ORGANIZED 1883. ruu- aisirici re. Afterwards the couple took taponlst for the governor for niiim questions than are our common heritage, meet to pay Is tne nanusciiiieta Km." pre-is- . years, and the annoyance of the oflid-ha- s Hying'trip to Prcachersville. We wish ince the palmy aays oi urecuinnuBu. mo canal tri ule to contendinjr factions." NATIONAL BANK, vote in a precincts is: Settle. 8.G6J; Hardin, been enough to make him gray-hea- d them much joy. yet to near noin anu l'ortwoud Douiut'rt. OF LAH0A8TEB. ET. Overcome evil with good. Ovrcomr- CS9. The three rrcclncts d. He has hzea exceedingly cauunavailable Tuesday night will increase tne Fraxkfokt, Ky., Nov. 5- .- The court tious in using the pardoning power, your coughs and colds with One Min majority to fully 2.200. of appeals Friday overruled petitions is so good child ret is eutitl-Nov. 9. Hobson. to the thanks tc Cough Cure. ard for thi Ki.i.auethiown, Ky.. for rehearing in two different cases. democratic candidate for Judge court of ap cry for it. It cure croup, brtin-hit- i people. of all law-abidipeals, carried this couuiy over Jones, rep., by Ona was the case of George A. Port- a- - d neumonii, grippe and all 1.020 majority. Lexwood, be hanged Eighteen counties heard The chances are favorable for the ung diseases. At Stormed Dru late district Rive Hobson. from In a this appelor ington,sentenced to 30, and the at majority dem.. other is November lm murderer, Portwood, to be hanged at Store. mose 4..iU5. with four ceunties to hear irom. board tho case of the republican BUSINESS SOLICITED. Lexington, the court of appeals havcounties will Rive Jones, rep., about 3.000 ma air. v 111 uiiiCKerov is slow y who Careful and Prompt Attention Gnorantea majority ing reused a new hearing. Pornvooo ring irom a serious attae o- - illness. jority, leaving Hobson a Hobson s of 2.000. rjy of sinking fund commissioners, election Republicans concede have already gone into oflice under the killed D ck Perkins, a cripnie, white Charley Scott, of Lower Garrard, and l.WJ majority. HlGQIKHOTHAK LANCASTER, KEXTDCKY. their house. FltANKFORT. ViiKtrssmcn nv.sc. Tun Daily FKIlAY. November, II, 1898. Hat. liif Papers Everything kept in Store. a We will offer you for 1 vvaek bsgbining Saturday Nov. 12 1898. 19 lb3 Standard Granulated Sugar for $1. . . 1 qt Tin Bucket 09 8 Cakes Lenox Soap 1 08 10 It (IQagaziiies School Books, lets, Toilet Articles, Handsome Stationery. lb Best Baking Powders for 1 MGRokrts' Drug Store. 09 Gal Coal Oil for Also received a nice line of Baisins, Figs Prunes and citrons which will sell extra cheap. Yours For Cash, BLUE GASS GROCERY CO .o, Planters: EPH. P. BROWN, MGR. iv EkH Be on the Safe Side and hu and "It Insure your Tobacco, Office, National Bank. an' ITMS R. KINNIARD men are dress i It thra' Capital, Surplus fund $100,000 15,000 Not all ed by well-dresse- d SO stae J.C. but one-third HEMPHILL f the latter was on his knees beggma Morgan Sutton, of McCreary, soent for mercy. Perkins worked in Char ley Oilman's saloon and a cleverer fe low could not be found. Tne racket and insanity dodge has been played for all it is worth in Port wood's behalf, but the courts and jury could not be led off on this nonsense. We knew Perkius for many years, an no one can say he ever harmed a hu man being. Unless the inanity dodge w r :s his hly r will be made to pay the Xnl. penalty. WashingV. It is serai- - Richmond, Ky., Nov. 7. The tincst Tim handsome eapitol at authoritatively stated here that two, bit of humanity that ever saw light of ton was damaged Sunday to the exthree, contested election day in this city is a girl baby just born possibl3 by the explosion o tent of MARKSBURY. :ases will go before congress from this to the wife of George Summa, who is esc piug gas. There has been siirl The prospective contestants employed at D. II. Myer's planing mill quantities of eras turned loose in wn We are glad to note that the sick in state. will be Congressmen Evans and Davi The tot, although it weighs but one noted building that it seems the wall this community are improving. son, and Pttgh will do likewise if the would have been hardened to it, Lut Henry Parks sold a lot of corn to final count does not win him out, as pound, and can easily be put in a quart t'ae gas which did the damage Sunday measure, is well formed and healthy, lbert Church at delivered. now seems probable. was d from the kind turned end bids fair to reach womanhood. Mr. Ben Morgan and wife, of Buena li.o?c at every session of congress. PiS With Seven Fret. Fkankfokt, SI-1t Sunday with S. Spoonamore. Miss Katie Walter'. spent Saturday nnd Sunday at home and attended meet Mrs. J. A. Hammonds and daugb ter, Home, returned home Friday, from & pleasant visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. McClary. Miss Cintha MufFman is the guest of J P Bland ma family. Miss Bettie Alexander sj.ent the latter part of last wee'.c with her sister, Mra Pcicz Sutton, of Mc Creary. Mr. E. T. Minor, who has been absent for several weeks, is at home. (en. Wiley and Staff Leave Lexington. Lexixotox, Ky., Nov. 0. Brig. Gen. Wiley and staff and the 100th Indiana left on the Queen & Crescent road for Columbus, Ga., Wednesday. Privates O. D. Rizer, 100th Indiana, and Wm. Young. 3d Mississippi, died of typhoid fever. Private Win. Kane, of the 3d Kentucky, who killed a woman of ill- nn Sundav. wan acauitteVl on the exatning trial, lie proved it was an accident. Contests In Sisht. Ky., Nov. 9. Bvonston prison commission law. Say the Note Was Forged. Cashier Nov. 4. In the case . nt Cnsli'r K. O. Rionet of the executor of the estate of the late Booklet millionaire, B. H. Wisdom, against the CD. Walkbb First national bank the jury brought in a verdict for the plaintiffs, deciding DIRECTORS My lines of Foreign and Domestic that the 55,000 note, purporting to be M.HieaiHBOTuxM. Lkwib Y. lbavku. Woolens are all in and I can show you signed by Mr. Wisdom, was iorged by T. M. Arnold. I. Johnson, former President M. G. Cope, of the H.C. Arnold, B.F.Hudson. ' quality and prices that will interest J.J.Walkbe bank. The note had been paid and the Aljx.Gibbb, you. Jacob Y. Robinson. 6uit was for recovery. Paducah, Ky., H. Lswis Y. Lxavkm. B. IT. Hudson Presiduc; all men dressed by HEMPHILL are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a s .villi of at least as compared with some com petitor's prices. J. Weighs One Found. new livery. I have purchased the Wal ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Ready-To-We- ar lit JiA is A Woo Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Com- morcial Travelers. Tue Spanish cruiser, Infanta Maria Teresa, which hobson had successful ly raised, was sunk by a terrific storm while on her way to the United State; ttie now lies ai me 00110m 01 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 hetvj rain storm, accomra' nied by wind, lightning and thunder, visi'ed our neighborhood Saturday evening, but so far, we haye heard of no more serious damage done than the washit-away of considerable soil, and also thoroughly drenching quite number who happened to be out. Soaking, healing, cleansing, Di Witt'a Witch Hazel Salve is the impla cable enemy of sores, burns and wounds. It never fails to cure Piles, iou may rely upon it. At Stormes' Drug Store. lm. ana wile were very iv. v. much pleased last week on receiving from the principal of the schools Milroy, Penn., a letter containing the iollowing statement regarding thei son, whom they tent there a short time ago to attend school: "Both his teacher and a number of the students have voluntarily told me that Lewis is the best in his classes, and his teacher says she wishes she had more like him." From Xeiv Zealand. Rekfiox, New Zealand, Nov. 23, '96. I am very pleased to state that since I to k the agency of Chamberlain medicines the sale has been very large, 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 recsived from it, and know its value from the use of it in my own household. It is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle be yond the rerch of the children. E bCANTLEBUBr. For sale by R. E Me iioberts. im Premiums. Al'.hough our prices are as low as the to increase patronage, the Howard .tailoring compan.y of Chica go, will gire an American Silveroin iva ch, or a high class, handsome um brelia, latest style handle, value $2 53 with each suit 01 clothes er overcoat ought of them. This does not change p. or quality, ana a nt is guaran m. u. uugnes, AgU tjea.1 - Vista, visited his uncle, Reuben Nay lor; last week. Miss Carrie Hardin, of McCreary, spentpartof last week with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Long. Mrs. Rob ert iftimphrev has been quite sick with throat trouble at the home of her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boner. Mrs. Jack Vanetta and children, of Dan ville, spent part of last week with her father, Mr. Ike Myers. Mr. J. T. Cecil hns purchased the farm formerly owned bv Mr. Fred. Burdett. Me will take possession in a fewdays. Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter. De Witt's Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cure Sick Headache, Billiousness, Inactive Liver and clear the Complexion. Small, sugar coated. don't grire or cause nausea. At Stormes' Drug Store. lm Brakeman Crushed to Death. Pakis, Ky., Nov. 0. C. M. Thomas, Lexington, Ky.,Nov. 8. John, alias Middletown precinct, has on Mick" in North Miller, a railway brakeman his farm a seven months old pig with was crushed to death under the wheels It has an of a heavily laden lumber wagon Mon seven well developed feet. extra foot on each front leg and on the day afternoon. left hind le Bit 5ft Her Noie. be Well Known Theatrical Manacer and Richmond, Ky., Nov. 7. Florida Eportln? Man Dies Suddenly of daughter of Frazier, the Heart Disease. Lum Frazier, living with Rev. and Mrs. A. J. near hear, went out to Louisville, Ky., Nov. 5. Emile give Tribble,milk to the pups, when a some wideljT known throughout Bourlier, dog pounced upon her, bit off her nose the United States in the theatrieal and otherwise terribly mangled the sporting circles, died suddenly at his and one's face. The child will recov home in this city Friday night of pa little er, but will be maimed for life. ralysis of the heart. For many years three-year-o- ld RICE BENGKE THE $6.50 to $18.00. Tailor-mad- e suits to your measure, $10 and $35 and Readj-toweI will guarantee to fit you, both in Tailor-made- , Suits, and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking Truly Yours. elsewhere. NATI OfiAL CAPITAL 1200,000.00 BANK J 1 J. C HEMPHILL !0000000000OOOOOOOOOOOi, E. W. Iiillard. O-F- SURPLUS. J65.eoo.oe. he was one of the lessees and mana gers of the Temple theater in this city. At the time of his death he was the principal owner of the Louisville Jock ey club, and until last year was large ly interested in the Latonia race track, A very good crjwl attended James and was a large stockholder in the Herring's sale. Ambrose Bourne was Oakley track. He was also interested auctioneer, and Malk Aldridge, clerk in several business enterprises in this Stock sold low. Two cows sold for city. yii.au each; l good mare, $15; 2 sows Dr. Ferry II. Bensooter Dead. and pigs S4S; farming implements sold Lexington, Ky., Nov. 3. Dr. Perry well, Mr. Herring has rented his farm II. Bensootcr, contract surgeon at to Mr. Geo. Broaddus for 8275 and will Camp Hamilton, died here Friday of move to Danville in a few weeks in or typhoid fever. His home is at Bloom-dalder to educate his daughters. Pa. Gen. W'ilson, commanding the 1st army corps, goes Monday to PREACHERSVILLE. Macon, Ga., his winter headquarters. Brigade commanders and regiments S. Morgan bought of Pate Paris begin moving the same day. The hogs at 32. troops are to be paid at the southern W. H. Cummins shipped a load of camps. hogs to Cincinnati Saturday. Jailed for Uisatny. J. C Siler bought of W. A. Beazley Niciiolasville, Ky., Nov. 4. Last about 7J acres of land at about 525.00 July a man named W. P. Nevin came per acre, so now the only thi ng Mr here and secured work on the farm of Siler needs is a well, I'll say "watch John Hargate. A month later he marout girls." ried Hargate's niece. Wednesday night J. T. Hutchins bought of G. F. Grose his wife opened a letter addressed to 20 barrels of corn at Si. 10 per barrel him and found it to be written by an delivered. other wife, living at Lima, O., and The first quarterly Conference for having a son in school, lie was ar hi Pi eachersville circuit will be the rested and is now in jail. 2t and 22 of this month Rev. Pollet P. Confl ctlnff Stories. E. will be on hand. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 8. The trial Many a h Uiehold is saddened by death bee tuse of the failure to keep of Provost Guard Wm. Kane, Company on hand a safe and absolute certain E, 3d Kentucky, who shot and killed cure for croup such as the One Minute Mollie McClure in a brothel in "Chicago Cough Cure. See that your little one Bottoms" Sunday night, was called in are protected against emergency. A police court Monday and continued un Stormes' Drug Store lm til Wednesday. The defendant waa a'dxmtted to bond. Kane claims he killed Rev. W. L. She'.by, of Tolesborough, woman accidentally, but her fem was here this week, and preached at the inine associates claim that it was out .the Method'st church Wendesday night Dr. Brown was here the first right murder. Delays are Dangerous. of the week on business. Mr. J. F. Payne and sister Miss Kate was visitMany of our friends, or people whom ing at Hustonsville Sunday. Messrs you know of have contracted consump Geo and James King are serving on il the jury at Stanford this court Wm. tion, pneumonia or other ftt d se:S3 Tudor and Mat Siler, of Paint Liclrjl by neglect of a simp'.e cold or cough M.tloir'a Hnnav anH To. n . n rA cvA was here on business first of the wee' Rev. D. P. Holtzclaw, of Wilmore, was and pleasant cough medicine, would here Sunday. have caved tl en. It is guaranteed. e, Pr son Commissioners Win. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 5. The 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 rehear ing; LANCASTER, KY, Jno. B.Stout. s$$kJa A. R. Dxnny. President. Jno. E. Stobmes, Vice President. Wm. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. fl. C. Lillavd EAD 1 & Szovut, RU Dknnt, J. F. Robinson. Jb, Ass't Assistant Cash'r. B. T. Ekbby HG 6 GI STS .J GETTING READY Every expectant mother has trying ordeal to face. If she does not W. DIRECTORS Sam'l.D. Cochran, Alex. R. Denny, Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson, . Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes, R. KINNAIRO'S Insurance Agency Representing Orer xoo oooooooo3ooooooooo Farm for Sale. acres, privately, and on easy terms. The land lies abont 4 miles east of Bryantsvllle. is easily reached and In good state of cultivation House contains, lonr rooms and has all nec essary outbnlldlugs. 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. Scrlvner, Bourne. Ky. Stationery, Paints, Oils, Stc. KENTUCKY. DA1VVILLE, :- -: W. H. LACKEY, x - 257,000,000 Companies - I will sell my farm, containing seventy-si- Succ3333r to Lackey & Guile y. In the following Fire Insurance get ready for it, there is no telling what may happen. Child-birtis fulj of uncertainties Nature is not given proper assistance. h Pirst-Cla- s Mother's Friend the best help you can use at this time. It is a liniment, and when regularly ap plied several months before baby cornea, It makes the advent easy and nearly pain less. It relieves and prevents " morning sickness," relaxes the overstrained muscles, relieves the distended feeling, short ens labor, makes recovery' rapid and certain without any dangerous Mother's Friend is good for only une purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood t danger and pain. One dollar per bottle at all .drug stores, ot Is after-effect- Etna, or Hartford. Queen of America. National of Hartfort. Phenix of Brooklyn: Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and Mcrchantlle. German American of New York. Liverpool and London and Globe. . I also represent the old reliable LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES Dr. R. Goldstein, of No 544 Fourth ave., Louisville, Ky will be at Masnn Hotel, Lancaster, Ky. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN f M on New York Life Insurance Monday, Nov. 28, 1898. Fruit. Flowers. Til Shade. fl MV,..,OT An COMPANY. KNIGHTS OF Be turnings one day each month. Eyes examined and glasses scientifically ad Everything for Orchard, L,awn v us ted. and Garden. Fruit and Ornamen- Fall, 13SS. mHtAS f nt hu exnress on reeeict Of crice. Fheb Books, containing valuable for women, will be sent to any adams) upon application to THE BRADPIBLD REaULATOR'CO., I AUMU, Oft. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis iting Knights are fraternally inv ted. G. B. Swinbbroad C. C. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. Trained Nurses. The service of Knrseswho have graduated from the Louisville Training School can b secured at the'Pattie A. Clayilnnrmary ol Richmond, Ky,; price $15!per.week, except In contagious cases, for whleh 20 Is charged Application for nurses shonldlbe made to the upwintJndaut ot Infirmary. tal Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Small Fruits, Rhubard, Asparagus and all stock grown in nurseries. Prices reasonable, as we employ no lgents. Descriptive catalogue on application to H. F. HILLENMEYFR, Lexington, Ky. Phone 27. 1 li users M THE PEACE COMMISSION Finest Line of i .Vi 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 establishments who use the Dut chess proves the actual test of strength every garment is guaranteed to Possess Every pair sold under the Dutchess guarantee. The most simple and yet strongest warrant ever promised on any make of Trousers. Has Settled the Fact That it is best for the Men. Boys and Children to Buy their Clothing of Us. Prosperity to 111 iljilSHEOOiWi PefiSiO-Sf11(1. i i lo Deal Will tucky at Prices Lower than you can purchase elsewhere. Boys' Suits Guaranteed to Wear. Children's Suits Finer and Better than ever shown. Ever shown in Gn ua; Ken- Us, Free Tolland ON Peed. e CJ " 3 aim slitei BABBL as we give Good Value and Save Money for the People. One Low Price to All. All our goods are the MANHATTAN SHIRTS, BEST MADE. STETSON HATS, NOBBIEST MADE. BEST PANTS EARTH. best. Try a pair and you will buy no others. Stacy Mas' Sloes, Best Mafle. J. L, Frohman & More Bargains. We are overstocked on Baby Caps, so, in order to reduce our stock, for the next two weeks we will sell Co. y Hie!?, A v Suits Uleaneci and PresSt d. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 'Phone 136, Fitt to our customers More Local. Old J:iys Enjoyed It. Any Gap we have at Dost Now is your chance for Bargains, so come early before they are picked over. Respectfully C ' Noel Sisters, 'Phone 85 CENTRAL RE ORD. FRIDAY, November, II, 1898. iting her sister, Mrs. Wallace, of Wnllaceton, is visMius Emma Soper. Miss E.igene Bush gave a hands-omdinner S iturday in honor of Miss Car- PERSONAL. OOOOOOO Mrs. in Lincoln. Messrs Ponce and Lucas arc here de- livering fruit trees. Col. A. G. Daniel, of Lexington, was in the city this week. Mrs. Chas. Doty, of Lexington, was a visitor here last week. Capt. Duncan and Lieut. Farra have returned from Lexington. Misses Mary and Georgia Miller were visitors in Danville this week. Mesdames Ym. Berkele and J. E. Stormes visited Danville Monday. Mrs. Tiniothj' 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 Frankby Miss McAfee fort to cast his ballot and see his fam-H- entertained A few friends were eutertained at 2 Mrs. J. W. Swee- OOOOOOCO 00000000000 Dr. Acton is visiting reiativr penter, of Stanford. Mr. Brown Anderson and sister, Mis are visiting Hallie, of N.cuola-ville- , Mis Ualu-- Hamilton. Mamie Stormes, the youngest child o .Mr- - 0;iiie.ia Dunn, lias been qtitr il or ev ral days. Mrs. Margaret Dunn tins ivtu i.e' from a pleasant v'.sit to Chicago lu.re the spent the summer. Messrs Jordan and Young, of spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in this city. Dr. Bagby, editor of the Western Recorder, is the guest of Mrs. Mattie O'Neal, on Lexington, Ave. Miss Carrie Currey made a visit to Richmond this week and attended the Crutchcr- - Evans wedding. Senator George T. Farris, whom strangers take to be Douglas, the shoe man, has been in town this week. Mrs. Sarah B. Cronlej', of Lexington, who has been visiting Miss Jane Hopper, returned home Wendesday. Miss Bessie Burnside leaves next week for Lebanon where she will be Nicho-lasvill- entertained a crow A rope walKe Friday. He ha a good looking h. woman with him and st.irted the that she would appear on the wire also. Tnis ruin t reused qu te a crowd of older citizens to "bring the children." At the appointed hour the man and wptnan appeared, the latter wear.ug a knee dress'a- d displaying a pair of well padded tights She handed the hat and it was interesting to codgsoe some of the old, bal ers .iropp.ng in the cash. For some reason the girl did not come out on the and starwire, and the ing crowd of men and bi.ys wouLi have hung the whole show party bad some one taken the lead. The "troup"' tried to beat Uncle Dave Best out o.' his hotel bill that night, but he was up to their game and it did not work. open-mouth- The Heri of the Hour. knows what an ex pur' he fisherman Maj Jim Burnside is. M.j jr is what mav be calle l a stric'ly "Scientific" fiKerman. lie only tukes about two trips to the river a year, but wnen he goes the entire c mmunitv waits in Lreatlifess suspense to see the monsters he will bring in. He toon his annual Fall fish last week, an l knowing that something near the size of a whale would be hauled from the sparkling stream, The Rkcoud einplii'-e- d a photographer to follow the Major (keeping out of his sight) and when the critical m 'ment arrive , take a picture of him. Lust weeK's fish meas-einches and weighed something less than ten pounus." Just as the Major was swinging the struggling jumper over his head, our repre sentative caught this picture: d Tribim-- . The Havana Limited. American Railway to f r thr especial train b ne.it of travei to th- West Indies has 'I he fir-.- . t .ea-- ii roni lie Q een & Cres- ata house-part- y. dinner Saturday by ney. Miss Sallie Noel, of Danville, and spent Miss Fiebcr, of Indianopolis, S. S. Dickerman and family, of Bryantsville, were in town last week shopping. Mrs Turner, of Nashville, is visiting Mrs. James McCarley, near thu city. Mrs. Bcttie Landram is visiting hei Bister, Mra Jna Baughman in Richmond. Miss Lizzie Beazley, of Crab Orcharc" is the guest of her brother, Dr. Walte: Beazley. Mrs. Jack Venctta Danville, haye been Myers guests. Miss Mary Tumie, the guest of Mr. and Danville avenue. and children, of Miss Sallie Lou of Danville, is Tumie, on Mrs. Misses Lizzie and Bruce Tumphrey visited Miss Faulkner at King,s Mountain this week. WE INVITE all of our friends and pat rons to call and make AN INSPECTION of our stock. We took especial pains to select only the Sunday with relatives and friends lere. Mr. E. Moritz, of St Louis Mo., has been visiting friends in this city. A mighty pretty, sweet girl is tmong the list o. "friends." Mrs. Geo. M. Patterson left this morning for St. Paul, where she goes as a delegate to the National meeting ot the W. C. T. U. Mrs. Betsy Wayland and Mrs. Nan-li- e McClintoch have returned to Jynthiana, alter a pleasant visit to the family of R. 11. Batson. Miss Mary Elkin, a beautiful and charming Stanford belle, and 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 'I he many friends of Mr. Robert Henry are glad to see him at home after several month's visit to Arkansaw and Oklahoma, llaytia, Cuba and the Philii pines. Mrs. Tom Wherritt gave an elegant dinner Friday in honor of the lirtkdiy' of Lieut Claude Wherritt. The is rapidly recovering from h's recent illness aDd will soon be able to come to town. A Queer Medicine. Miss SalliB TiUett There is a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have discovered HANDSOMEST HATS some hitherto unknown ingredient, or that it is a cure-alThe honest medand latest Novelties to be icine only claims to cure certain diseases, and that its ingredients are refound in the markets. cognized by the most skilled physicians as being the best for Kidney and Bladder Diseases. It is Folev'n Kid ' ney Cure. im l. cent Ruu.e are announcing a as', train known as the '"Fioriua & Havana Lim ited." It will go into serv'.ce from Cin cinnati to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobile and New Orleans. This exponent of the genuine American idea getting into the field early will be a complete vestibuled service, with diners, observation cars, wiJe vestibules, electric headlights and all the paraphernalia of the modern railroad train It is chiefly to be marked as the first in the field for the new territory which is just coming under the protection of SWEENEY. the greatest flag on earth. Train will make fust time to Ports named and Heavy frosts in this locality arore will connect with fine steamer service minding us that the melancholy days to various Ports in Cuba, Porto Rico are over. and Jamaica. It marks a new era in Mr. and Mrs. n. B. Arnold and little railroading in this country. diughter, Mabel Claire, of Richmond, visited relatives here last week. Mrs. Cainplicll West. George Pope, of Livingston, was the The marriage of Rev. T. II. Camp- guest of her sister, Mrs. W. P. Dishon, bell and Miss Chloe West will take last week. Rumors of a wedding, of place at the Baptist church in this city people we know, are now in circulanext Tuesday morning at 10:G9 o'clock. tion. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arnold, of No formal invitation will be issued, all Crab Orchard, spent several day last the friends of both parties being ex- week, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. pected. The ushers will be Messrs. Thos. Stone, of this vicinity. Hugh T. Logan, Fisher Herring, Ed. Our community was greatly shocked Gaines and Ernest Brown. The groom to learn of the death of Mrs. Dr. Fred. will enter the church with Mr. Logan Lawrence, formerly Miss Minnie and the bride with Mr. Gaines. The which occurred at her home in party will be preceded down the aisles Kansas, Oct 29 th. She was a sister of by Messrs. Herring and Brown, and Mrs. Booth Thompson, and e facing the audience. here some few years ago. visited her form a She was a The ceremony will be said by Rev. W. very beautiful young woman, and as pastor of the Fork lovely in disposition as she was beauM. Kuykentfall, church. Immediately after the mar- tiful of feature, and her amiability riage the happy couple will take a car- made her the favorite of all who knew her. There are many friends, besides riage for Danville and go to Lexing- the grief stricken household, who sorton, where they will leave that after- row to think she is no more. We exnoon over the C- - & O. road for Wash- tend much sympathy to the bereayed ington. The church will be decorated husband and family. with palms and eyergreens. The wed-in- g A Queer 1 Medicine. march will be played by Miss May There is a medicine whose propriZ. Hughes. The bride is the daugh etors do not claim to have discovered tsr of Mr. John K. West, for many some hitherto unknown ingredient, or This honest Medyears superintendent of public schools that it is a cure-alicine only claims to curecerta in and one of the most highly respected es, and that its ingredience are diseasrecogcitizens of the county. She is a hand nized by the most skilled physicians as some younj lady, and one highly edu being the best for Kidney and Bladder cated and cultured. She has, by her Diseases. It is Foley's Kidney Cure. modest, refined manners, made many HAMMACK. friends. She will wear a brown trav Mr. Samuel Hall sold his tobacco eling dress, with hat to match. Ever since the groom came to Lancaster crop for six cents all 'round. The Record has praised his many good W. L. Lawson & Co., bought a lot of qualities as a citizen and christian gen yearling cattle from R. S. Boain at e have frequently spoken 3 tleman. cents a pound. of him as "a minister who practices Ye Paint Lic,k scribe boasts of a 40 what he preaches", and we know the pound pumpkin Mr. J. W. Newland, people of the community, irrespective of this place has a pumpkin he raised of church affiliation, will concur in our that weighs 58 pounds. words of praise of him. He has ac Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tudor have just cepted a call to preach at Rockwell, returned from a visit of several days, Maryland, and, after a short visit to among relatives in Madison county. relatives in Washington, will enter up Mrs. Spillman, who has been very sick on his duties as pastor at that place. for several weeks, we are glad to note, The Record wishes the couple God is much better. Little Sarah Reid is speed, and hopes their pathway thro' on the sick list this week, had to quit life will be adorned with roses. schoolop- account of it. -Snod-grass, semi-circil. 4 - "H 7 The di th o Mrs. Eve vn M Pierce, chronicled last ween in i JIK central Record. removs another ancient from the annals of the 4C ty on the Ilitlsile Away uCrt in Int.-fui- e the 4:j's, when Fran Klin Female was opened oy tne unable to do her any good, and lit 5! : pmnsimtfed it Cancer of a rcsst of L.nca-.te- r for tho education of the 1: W'r win greatly nn.i'it typt- children of the community, Mrs. Pierce-and gave her remedy with her husband. Dr. J. S. 1'ieiceand ;. d. but thev did not eem on children, occupied the residi-tiC:i she diSHitse. and it eonti'itied i"'d grow. Danville street, now the home oi Upon the advie :i;?ur::L! . ant f n iiv."!.l tnki ri. S.. .Mr II. A. B. Marksbury and family. ;kl as to nav ,J. it:d nft.'i-:- i few honnn tohad boon Sued bottles The Ohio teachers, Misses Jane and :om nave ct.n- - .i - tl. (I ini;!..-ei!:iT.- t was notit v.l. Lucy Garfield, boarded with Mrs. K yozid hope f :i:h' 0 ."ruling the li'tni'dy she w.;Pierce. Tnese accomplished bisters cMi:s:ilt"tely mid ht :irm:in't!4 a'- tors aie 1' the cttiv hu- - bet'n piMved. as no fijit were quite the lions of the day. Their n ...l it:nt any re f tht' disease has hostess was always deeply interested Ksir sutiorer might returned, though ten in the progress of the school, although f&jx years have lHpt'd. himself ou the way her children up to that period were all ;'"i 1I.L. MiininnKoo::3. ? boys, and not eligible to enter there. Snarta. (In." ' ;ivy to see why the The cures made by John, James, Braxton and William, i K'f to euro Cimcer. 3. S. S. art' perina- C'"1 were ner sous. two daugh 11 s thfonly unr theories have been all wrong, :'Jt ,,ont- d- remedy hich ters were born, Alice, nuv Mrs. Bald.'?T' 1 bli't id henc" 'hfir treatment Los Augeies, Cal., anil Lula, win, of e:m eurt obstmnt" Th. y have nurtle the ('ft blood also married. of thinking thnt by cut-i- n beenttse it Mrs. Pierce was a favorite compan',dieas, only is the mit the soiv or ulcer, known oie ion of the young; aiways pleased to which acts on th haye them about her, and ever show- is Cancer, the disease would be correct nrinrinle of nut the poison and ridding the ing a fluttering concern for their child. gotten rid of, and tho patient to health. But tho cruel stem of it forever. isIi pleasures and woes. Her sons were S. S S. never fails to cure the worst luiife accomplishes nothing, must courtly and gallant in manners !s of Cancer. Scrofula. Catarrh, he Cancer prompt ly returns, and aim address; and she g ve them ev. ry z.'iiia.Cotitag'ous HIoodPoison,Rheu-.-- . more viruh'nt than before. r; n. fit sores, ulcers, etc., it rant-- or education and culture; opportunity . '.f-jother remedies have been It luw b?on demonstrated, beyon'' as she nid later in life for her daugn-ter.1 vain It is the only blood She was a consecrated woman doubt, that Cancer is a blood tlisf pc Uy the surgeon and can n.t be cured rv. ty guaranteed in her religious belief and a devout knife because the blood can not be cut member of the Methodist church. Her away. "Several years ago my wife had an standard was the high one laid down in Proverbs for the godly woman, and ulcer on her tonrjue, which, though an- and contains not a particle of potash, noying, was not regarded seriously nt mercury, arsenic or other minerals. her faith never wavered. first. It refused to heal and began to Valuable books on Cancer and Blood After her removal to the West to be grow, giving her much pain. The doc- Diseases will be mailed free to any adwith her daughter, she continually tors treated it for quite a while but dress by Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. sent funds back to Kentucky to take care of her old family servants. She FLATWOOD. yy S. BEAZLEY, corresponded with them and address The farmers are busy setting fruit ed them in her letters as she would a Teeth filled and extracted with near relative. The writer enjoyed the tn;es. out pain. Crown and Bridge privilege of being a pat in childhood, Uncle Abe Faulkner has received Work a specialty. Office overT. S. Elkin's and a trusted friend in womanhood, of back pension amounting to SlOO and meat shop, in the new Thompson buildicg. this good woman. In a letter received an increase of $2 on the month. April 15th, of the present year, she Mrs. Nixon Perkins, of Marksbury, "Silver Plate that Wears." said. "I was glad to receive your let spent Saturday at John Dudderar's ter and to know that you remember Master Bruce Lawson and Henry me and took the time in the midst of Thurman, spent Sunday at John your many duties to write me. Miss Myrtle Cormney is on greatly enjoyed a visit this winter the sick list. Mrs. Grayson, who has I from Mrs. (Matty Price). She gave been very sick, is convalescent. Mr. mo much news of Lancaster, and I Uharley Graves and family spent Sun saw myself that for me the place was day with Mr. Sam Fields, near Point peopled with strangers. My Leavall. health is good, and I am exempt from Wade Kavanaugh, of color, acciden many of the ills incident to old age. I off the end of his foot. Dr. Let us call your attention to our can walk and read about as well as tally shot is attending physician. ever. All my temporal wants are Kinnaird supplied; and best of all, my dear, 1 have sweet peace. The gift of God's love! How poor would life be without it; how rich with it? 'I have formed many friendships since 1 met your grandmother and mother; but memory often takes me Triple plated Knives and Forks back to the olden times, and now at They are made to wear, and conthis stage of the journey, I can trulv sidering1 the quality, style and finish, say, goodness and mercy have followed me all the days of my life. Nothing can make you a very low price. of self all of Jesus. God bless you, my The knives are plated on the best dear, and m ke you a blessing to oth of steel, and the forks on hard ers." No more tickets for the Baking white nickel silver. They are Thus wrote this sainted woman. I Pan after Jan. 1 will be given, so guaranteed to give satisfaction to know nothing more. The first intima tion I had of her death was in The get your number and get a pan. the purchaser. Record, as stated. I am thus personal We want BTJTTKR, EGGS, in this tribnte because her life was an example for all She sleeps beside her HAMS. Will pay good prices for loved ones gone before. She rests produce. We are selling from her labors and her works do fol Fancy Groceries So Cheap. low her. E D. P. Call and get our prices and see our A full line of Spoons, Sugar Shells, Knives, etc in "1847" A Sure Sign of Croup. goods; will be glad to see you. Bring Butter goods always on hand Let ut Hoarseness in a child that is subject to croup is a sure indication of the ap your friends with you. show them to you. proach of the disease. If ChamberM. O. lains' Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has appeared, it will prevent the attack. Many moth taWe ers who Presents, Tea Table. Dessert Spoons and children always Vorkf Also Berry Cream and Gravy Ladles. Butter keep thi3 remedy at hand and find that Knives, the highest grade Salad Spoons. only carried. it saves them much trouble and worry. Exquisite Cut Glass in New Cuttings. It can always be depended upon and is C. N. McDONNELL, Jeweler and Optician, pleasant to take. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. im. Danville, land-mark Cancer 1 10' I .nnn-ndea-- : hi Oild-teho- ! I i'K.I ev-r- y J - :i:--- f'Zfr) ;!. mis-iroce- tl. '""' x fr . s. !'' t Purely Vegetable DENTIST. "1847 Rogers Bros H. BALLCU. J. THOMPSON. 3 have-croup- STERLING SILVER ff Kentucky . YES, SIR! YOU SAN SAVE MON Et BY BUYINS v CLOTH DRY GOODS, BOOTS. SHOES . c ctry W C Wnitney will pur-ch- a e a f m m Kentucky and estab-- 1 -, IFARI AND STOCK NOTES. u .or the 1 reeding sti a if li. c.i.. fin i one to him. Tin lt b nc- - h ut the farm out-li- t a 15. i. V x, if innvill', and or br.sitcii up tiii.-lto be cru-siei- t bout the f run trees and .'r pc CJrload of hor.-e.- 9 in the gicat Brady bur viaa-.- . & Wa.kcr con.biuai.on a e at Atlanta. Late to bed aa.I early to rihC. pr.-- p Abuui 5'JO head are ! be . ol i. You may have but a head or two 10 i man for ni home m the skips' stoclc for winter feeding; 15ut tariy to Led and a Little Early Ex-S- ing L. W oods a bunch of 7S5 lbs at 3 cts. W. 15. iiei.ers averag- Itiser. ttie pV that makes life lonuer and belter and wiser. At Stormts. lm Drug .Star?, At the Mattoon street fair last wvek two pumpkins were on exhibit'on that Uhey were kepi were rai.-e-.l in in a dry, cooi, darkened upper room. Oat-is a convenien: in the thing to handle in the feed room. If 0:1 can i.eep the m:ce out of it, lay hy s'ms Air the horse; it w.ll ng, nrovi.ie excellent loud, an t us up e iiraw to be ter purpose than , in ::ny : m--- i ainer. ltd . - r (: is h into tin- markets m brou3'nt numoers but though the demand has been so stronf, it has not ssrved to give any strength to Uphe market for common grades. of those who have tried to by feeding make money last so .bs has taught the lesson that' that c !s, as well as the feed that goes into them, must be very cheap or noth-i- n f will be left for profit. It is a lesson that will not soon be forgotten. Ilereifter blood will tell" more and more in the markets cf each season. Whenever ahorse shows symptoms frightened an effort f shtaid be made to teach him that the object of his fear is harmless. At no other time is it so important to treat h m with the most patient kindness. If whipped in order to make him approach or pass whatever frightens 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 lhi same object alwajs, This care ia trying to familiarize the animal with what seems to lfm fearful is especially important in the case of young horses, 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 4c Richmond Register. The Richmond Register says J. V. Jameson & Son, of Paris, speyed between 403 and 503 heifers last woek for J. V. Bales. Mr. Jameson has had great success in speying, and prepared as he is f jr the work, speys form l.r0 to 200 a day. li strn s de u th-r- In 1SS7 Mr. Thomas Mcintosh' of A' lentown, Tenn., had an attack of dyr. entery which became chronic. "I was tre ited by the best physicians in East Tennesse without a cure," he says, "Finally I tried Chamberlain's Coli c Chol-r- i and Diarrhoea Remedy. After using about twelve bottles I was cured sound and welL" For sale by R. E. McRolerts. lm that artichokes grown on one acre of land will fatten as many is said It hogs as three acres of corn. if ks?pt, and it is foolish to waste feed on mem if you cannot make tlu-worth more. Whe .t is a. ways a .safe foo.i for cine. eus. It can be fid as soon as U can be swaLowe 1. Meat may be jriveu at any time, but with care that it noes not t Tim Plaster. prove laxative. For aliening, corn A piece of llmnei dampened with yctstau.s al the iiead. Cniimberlaiii's am Bann and bound One aiivaiua.e in up pjowiug .a 011 par.s ihe s.iper.or lo ttiai u ge.s. much ;.rev.-i- i maner 11110 any p aiter. When troume witn a tlu- - soil, wuer- - 11 ut coiiiiosi-8- . during pain in the c .est or side, or a lame ffect o ik. 'lilt. IliCulluU.CUi t..e lllle:'. it a trial. You are certain ..ecaycu vegetation matter la to be yie lruin more than pleased with the q ute us (feat as tlie direct lerulizuig orompt relief which it affords. Pain value, and this is wholly lost when re- Balm is also a certain cure for rheu fuse is bu.neii. matism. For sale by K. E. McRob- . Wnen you ask lor De vVitt's Witch erts. lm Haze Jiuive, Uon't accept a counterfeit PROPHESIED HIS DEATH. or imitation. There are more cases ol I'iies being cured by this, than all others combined. At Stornies' Drug Ualf an Hour Afterw.ird Switchman Brown Was Instantly Kilted 'While Store. lin Coupling; Cars. Reports from the large wheat and corn growing States of the Northwest Louisville, Ky., Nov. 7. Richard indicate that the wheat and corn crops Brown, of this city, switchman for the are badly damaged by warm, wet Louisville. Henderson and St. Louis weather. In Manitoba, out of a crop railroad, was almost instantly killed of wheat estimated at 0 to 3J million shortly after 10 o'clock Sunday night bushels, only about eight million will while coupling cars. te threshed, the remainder standing There is a peculiar incident connectin stacks threatened with destruction. ed with Brown's death. Shortly after Equally gloomy reports cjme from going to work he entered the office at North Dakota and Illinois. Shocked the yards and said to a number of corn has blown down and is rotting "Boys, I want you all because of tiie dampness and warm to be careful as I feel that weather. somebody is going to be hurt, and I The sooner a cough or cold is cured have a premonition that that somebody without harm to the sufferer the bet- will be myself." His death occurred about half an ter. Lingering colds are dangerous, llacking cough is distressing. One hour after the remark. Minute Cough Cure quickly cures it. Why suffer when such a cough cunTis NEW G. A. R. ORGANIZED.. within reach? It is pleasant to the taste. At Stormes" Druj Store. lm The First Post of the Spinlsh War The Harrodsburg Democrat reports Organized tit Lexington, Ky., 30 fat hogs at S3 00; 53 bbls. ami Eh c s Oilicers. sale of corn at SI 25; 8 acres tobacco, S cents Lexixgtox, Ky., Nov. 7. "The Servfrom the ground up; 7,000 bushels of ice Men of the Spanish War" is the title wheat, 05 cts. The Richmond Register says that R of a new society similar to the G. A. R., organized by Capt. Wilson I. Davenny, N. Beazley has purchased about 0 pounds of tobacco at 5 and C cents commissary of subsistence of the 1st brigade, 2d division, 1st army corps. per pound. The society is similar to that formed in Mr. D. A. Fatton, of Ohio, was here Columbus, O., a few weeks ago. this week and bought a car load of This, the primal chapter, has been sheep from B. F. Robinson at 3 named Henry Clay camp, No. 1. The Mr. Patton is a frequent visitor to our following officers were elected .for the town and is a clever gentleman. first year: Commander, Col. Leonard; Mr. Jake Stearus of Stearus and vice commander, Lieut. Col. Banks; Capt. DaSteams of Cincinnati was here the adjutant and past week and bought of different par- venny; treasurer, Col. Gunder. A ritties about 125 cattle to eat the slop at ual and regulations will be drafted at thj Pilgrimage Distillary. He paid once. l at IOO Yrar. for them from Zi to Z the cattle to Baiuistowx, Ky., Nov. 8. Felix Bean, average from 003 to 1050 lbs. colored, aged 100, was found dead in C. A. Arnold shipped a nice load of his bed at Hunters, six miles from hogs to market this week f jr which he here. He helped build the famous paid 2 to 3cts. breastworks of cotton bales at the batW. G. and C. AY. Anderson sold to E. tle of New Orleans, and also assisted in constructing the first railroad in his section of the countrv. ... ! . nn.-et- e . -100,-03chief-of-staf- f, Ct-a4 get rid of them at nny pr.ee. They will soon absoi b their pJesent value, Burton sold to E L. Wcols some 700 lb heifers at 3 cts. S Morgan bought and shippe l a nice load of nogs to Cincinnati market this week fi.r which he paid 2 to Sets. y torn gathering is progressing iu the past few days and the farmers are cribbing as last as they cm, and delivering what they have sol at SI 00 per barrel. .. S. Elicin bought some good Uieher cattle at 3 to 3 2 cts B F. Robinson bought and shipped a nice load of butcher cattle from D.nvilie to Cincinnati market paying mm 2 to 3 for same. r.ip-M'.1 $ Crar(jed,YieW ',oF a Changed lar. Sontlen Mutual 0 lestat Cost. $ 9.50 9.50 10.50 10.50 10X0 10.60 10 50 10.50 9.50 8 50 Co., OF LEXINGTON, KY. Over $115,000-0Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898: Name. Address. Rev. J. II. Stanley, Lexington. Ky Climax I'riutingCo., Ky J. II. Baker, Lexlngtos. Ky Bafcer, Lexington, Ky J. Newport News Syndicate, Newport News Va New'port News Syndicate. Newport News, Va Newport News Syndicate. Newport. News, Va Newport Vews Syndicate, Newport News, Va M. J. Forstoti. Paris. Ky Hattie Jacobs, Cincinnati, 0 Patrick and Mar Fox. Majsvllle Ky E. L. Deuhard. Louisville. Ky C. I). Doll, Louisville, Ky F. II, Norton. Lexlnglou Ky F. H. Norton Lexicgton, Ky Mrs. A. T. Million. Richmon, Ky F. II. Norton, Lexington, Ky Robert Hoellieh. Maysville.Ky Mrs. Km ma L. Latta, Lexington, Ky ., C. and Martha DIggs, Lexington, Ky B. A. Spangler, Louisville Ky Gladys Huffman. Butte Mont Howard Snepherd, Lexington Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lcxlugton, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howutd Shepherd Lexington. Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky A. J. Whitesmith, Paducab. Ky B. L. Eggleston. Lexingtin Ky Marv K. Fadden, Lexington.Ky F. M. Drake. Grand Rapids, Mich Mrs. L. Z. Taylor, Richmond, Ky B. R. Gray, Newport News. Va Mary A. Warren, Lexington, Ky Helen McElrath. Carrolton. Ky Otto E. Vollenwelder, McArthnr.0 Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky Daniel Roone Club, Richmond, Ky Newland Jones Richmond, Ky... W. F. White Estate, Lexington, Ky Good it Co.. Lexington, Ky W. F, White Estate, Lexington, Ky Annie P. Peay. Lexington Ky A. L. Marschall, Lexington, Ky W. D. Finch. Danville, Ky John L. Fischer, Louisville, Ky D B. Good, Lexington, Ky V.N.Gardner, Lexington, Ky Mrs. Jennie Fesler. Cincinnati. O Luke U. Milward, Lexingtou, Ky Baptist Churc'h, Paris, Ky R. F.Johnson & Co., Lexington, Ky R. F. Johnson, Baltimore. Md OR. Marshall. Lexington, Ky ." W. C. Nichols, Louisville, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky wife. Lexington, Ky W. B. Anderson and Rev..J.V. Riley, Versailles, Ky F. H.Norton, Lexington, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington. Ky Dr. 8. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Ky Dr. S. A. Donaldson. Lexington, Ky G. M. Asher, Lexingtou, Ky A. M. Newton, Lexington, Ky Lexiugton, Ky J. D. Pnrcell, Mrs. Sallie Owens, Lexington, Ky F. C. 8mlth, La Grange. Ky -- . ValenteSentney, Lexington, Ky Mrs. J. D. Armstrong, Lexington, Ky Total Profit Over Cost raid. '20.66 20.0S 21.25 22.M mi wtil$ seme., koui taWiifW Mle4 MA ejjix&d aIWii joavL (9 ma al .clWijexi mux- mgood clothes, you are a dude and don't 2i.25 22.25 22.25 20X8 20.W 17.44 17.44 30.06 2j.0S 17.44 20.0S 17.44 17.44 cure, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu aiatism and Sores. Price, 25 cen. CUBAN OIL Picked from the Exctap pay for tliem If you play a social irame of any kind and get stuck, you are a fish; if 3011 win, you are a tin Basket. horn. So it goes through one continual round of pleasant complication." 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, broadcast, I'd scatter the smiles to play. That the children's 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, every one From nursery, school, and street Then folding and holding, I'd pack them in, And, turning the monster key, I'd hire a giant to drop the box gTo the depths of the deep, deep sea. American Jewess. 8V) . 90 j0 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, and all 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 insurance man setteth snares for him, and on the whole he has a deuce of a time. Don't go to tho 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 en or eight months, and then notify the postmaster to stop it without paying your dollar. 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 fraction of a year. It brands you as short, and he will so list you when you go out if he does not tell j'ou so to your face, That is the law and you ought to know it. Don't stop a paper without paying up all arrearage. That is a scurvy 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 Sam pays him four or five dollars a day to do. Don't go home mad when the paper is not in the office. Mistakes will happen. 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 Editor. Say dere's a big feller down stairs who wants yer, and a sad eyed little woman with a big roll of poetry. Editor Show up the big man. Office boy . If I ; v S.So 9 9J50 8X0 9X0 8X0 8 50 7X0 7X0 7.50 8 50 .3X0 8.50 S.50 8X0 SXO 1500 15.00 15.00 17.44 17.44 17.44 17 44 17.44 17.44 15.00 15.00 13X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12 57 12X7 12X7 12X7 12 57 12X7 144.00 144.00 144.00 129.00 141.00 141.00 141.00 13SC0 132.r 126.00 W5.0O 117.00 117.00 132.00 .... 7X0 7X0 6X0 6Xo 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 55X0 50.50 50X0 46X0 45X0 49X0 49.50 49X0 48X0 4fiX0 44X0 47X0 41X0 41X0 4GX0 22.75 45X0 44X0 44X0 44.50 44X0 42X0 .42X0 43X0 42X0 41X0 42X3 41X0 41X0 41.50 $1,6CSJ!5 $2,747.15 ELECTRDPDIBE Uhe Electropoise 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. Wilson's neck, and she is the proudest and most grateful woman in the world. The Electro-pois- e has accomplished what the physicians and medicines could not. More than seven years ago she was told that she could never be cured- - The Electropoise contridicted the opinion of learned doctors, has removed the swelling, and she is entirely well. I have under my observation another case of goitre that is being rapidly cured. It is my only doctor, and I use it in my family for all ailments. Mrs. Sam Walker, Wife of United States Commissioner, Wytheviile, Va., July 0, 1890. ... .". 6150 129.00 126.00 126 00 126.00 126.00 120.ro 120.00 123.00 120.CO --. 117.00 120.00 117.C0 117.00 117.00 J4.415.40 A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, J. C. Dubois 513 Fourth & webb. Louisville, For particulars call on HempM!!, local W. C. Slimer. apt, Lancaster, Ky. John Hoshal. Avenue, Ky. If You Are Going North, Skin Diseases. tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Foe the speedy and. permanent cure of Cham- SLIMER & HOSHAL LIVE STOCK SALESMEN 444amaNUBI AN TEA cures Dyspep-- r It was once customary in France, 6ja, Constipation and Indiwhen a guest had remained too long, Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. gestion. fjf idlllvl 3 If You Are Going South, If You Are Going East, If You Are Going West; PUKCHASC TICKETS VIA BUSINESS.! Fo& for the host to serve a cold shoulder of mutton instead of t. hot roast This was the origin of the phrase "to give the cold shoulder." THE A melancholy picture of an Editor in Forty 0J0 lb. steers, 10 T. M. and W. McC. John-to- the State of Washington is drawn by sep-3- 0 the (Mich). Sentinel: "There are alv For Sale A splendid gent'eman's ways those who will kick. For in vheel, price 12, or will trade for a stance, if you publish j ikes with whis aorse, cow,mulu or hogs. R. E. Henry. kers on them, some wiU.say you ought City Property For Rent My home to be in a lunatic joint If you don't m Lexington street, between College print something to smile at, they say tnd Judge Hemphill's. Full partic-ilar- s you are a pessimistic fossiL If you on application to Fisher Herring. spread yourself and write a good, origMrs. Susan Fisher. tf. inal article, they vyill say is stolen. For Sale A nice jersey cow, will If you reprint an article,it they say in the spring, has had ie leifers. Sale Louisville Nashville R. r. berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is UNION STOCK YARDS, vithont an eqnal. It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantly and - - - CINCINNATI, O. its continued use effects a permanent enre. It also cures itch, barber's itch, OCR COMMISSION CHARGES ARE scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, $3.00 PER CAll TOR HOGS, $10. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and PER CAR FOR CATTLE. granulated lids. Reference: Western German Rank, Cincinnati, O Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier nd vermifuge. Price, 23 cents- - Soldby ALL WOMEN LE.McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster !.- S.'.oulil know t'i "Old Time" l:oiii.Uj", and so sccuna EIRE ail LIFM SURANCE ive calves and has not been dry since you can't write. If you say a deserv Jrst calf, she is giving 2J gallons of ing word for a man, you are partial; if nilk a day. gentle, can lead her will be fresh in Febuary. R. E. Henby. ary-wher- e, of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. The Maximum for FIRE SPEINGFIELD AM MARIHE CO INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at Or. S,fully It G-ITE- S' Warranted and Excels all others. AllKiuds Farm Machinery Always onHand you compliment the ladies, the men Rates, Time and all other information wiQ are jealous; and if you don't the verdict of ladies is to the effect that your be cheerfully furnished by For Sale A farm, consisting of 100 paper is not fit to use in the coistruc-tio- n C. P. ATMORC, Q. P. A.. teres of good hemp and tobacco land, Or by of a bustle. If you stay in your Loots vrr.T.K. Ky. b'nrm lis four miles east of Lancaster on the Hyattsville and Kirksville turn- office, ycu are afraid to remain on the K. C. Bran, h pike. .Also 21 acres on same pike in streets; If you stay on the streets, you Mixed, passes Lancaster, 11 :J5 a. m "ightof Hyattsville. For infoimation are lazy; if you look seedy, you are oSath-b'nSorth-b'n3:10 p. m " Mixed, t.l on R. E. Henry, of Tub Record North-b'n" " 2:52 A. M squandering your money; if you wear South b'nd Fass'gr ' " 1229 a. y flice. d d d Robinson & Hamilton Agts Office over Post Office. Lancaster, : : : Kentucky Bring us your Job Printing. Is the best forFswleTttnMss. Corrects all Irregularities in Female Oraans. Mionldbo taken lorthan-- j of Life ana before PUsters "ly Tine" Remrfia navo stood the test for twenty years. Made only by New Ppcnccriledleliie tonouca, Tennessee. Ox, Chat- - Forsaieby R. E. McRobeits,Laaca