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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, November 18, 1898. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1898 cen1898111801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, November 18, 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. il4j i iii ift i i i c i 7 t i f f i2 C ri e en tJ t r L 1 UB X i Batered attA IOlt OJ1lCtdn Lacaur Xu a tcoad ClaI MaUer l ar r- Eor PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDBAM Cor Puhttr Square and Danville f I Avenue- S WELCH Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky HI business attended to promptly COl VG WeIch Wl W11lJam Stanford Lancaster tw A BEAZLEY OAUHMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS CAVITY a SPECIALTY Carpets c Lancas er Ky R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over SBTOOOOOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort PheHiz of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Mcrcfaantile German American of New York Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insuranc RTERIAL and EMBALMING 4 v COMFANY f urns ore I i t e s KY FRIDAY XOVEMBEMS 1898IAVrAtiTFR IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER COOIHIHaG J HHJH Ino a J1 Ii g JgU U JH Iin L JJ I j Fine shoes at All Wool Suits for 650 J C He hill 1 l Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs at J A Beazley Co 100 fine Maple shade trees Plant this month 7 C Thompson Fresh Oysters received daily Served and sold O F 1 illett Lancaster Hotel The colored folks are fixing up for a bir entainment and hop next Thursday night New Cheap amt StonneN Drugstore I Lave a few more suits that I can make to your measure for 1000 J C HemphilL lixes p st due Pay ore the penalty goes on J B SANDERS S G C Furs Wanted- I will pay highest Cash price for all Kinds of Furs N il Doom nov11lm Marksbury Ky Victoria cigar purchased at G S Gaines you are given a chance on a fine buggy Call see buggy and investigate Several pieces of valuable town If you want a home come and see m J C Hemhill Real Estate Agent If you call for Putts Flour at the leading gropers and they havent got it orler direct from H C PottsBuck ey Ky Wagon in town 1021lm The HuckboarJ to he given away b3 J B Jennings is on exhibition at W J Romans carriage shop it and then come and tape a chance on it nov4 The sooner a cough or cold is curt without harm to the sufferer the ter Lingering colds are dangerous Hacking cough is distressing One Minutn Cough Cure quickly cures it Why suffer when such a couga cure is within reach It is pleasant to the taste At Stormes Dru r Store ln os phs y Books IUpto ate Notice e Withevery nd For Sale property Notice dilly Examine in t C r be l = Hominy andOatflakes at T ry Every thing nice fresh and cheap at T Curry Peaches Grapes Pears and Fancy apples at G Gaines Large line of Dinner Sets and her Sets just received G Gaines See MoVrpw and jMcRobarts Christ Biggest line Sterling Silver ever brought to Lancaster and G S Gaines will buy all the corn he can get at 1 10 a barrel payable in goods he Inndles Ho Killing Time Buy your Sage Salt Pep per at Stormes Drug Store Money to Loan Fur purposes or on well improved Real Estate J C Bible Society The Garrard County Bible Society will hold its annual session in the Christum church on the fourth Sunday night in this month Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your crders at Sweeneys store tf For wedding Bouquets Cut flowers for Balls Parties etc see soy agent for Honaker the Florist Lexington It Killed by Train Sam Newland son of O P Newland of Lincoln was killed in a wreck at Pine Hill Wednesday morning I have just received a special line samples from The Royal Tailors of Chicago fresh from the mills and they are beauties Call and see them J C Hemphill Save Money In crier to increase my sales I goods already priced low at a reuuction leaving me the margin known to the trade Come and I will convince you of the face Many small p ofits is my motto it will yield more in the end than few sales and large profits M D HUGHES Agent imp q c S everydayf novelties Morrow sets any Pet rand bU1ld in Tel mu sy wills ll sale ant SS S C Hemph JQTh sm ant i hams ill all t IIDEIREU Of Us and 25 Per Cent OOOOfrO O OMMOm We never before had such values to offer We bought our underwear way backinMay when prices were at the very lowest and the Manufactures were glad toorders to keep their mill running We have some bargains that will be a great surto you Come and see what we can give you for 50c per suit Our suits at 100Stre the greatest bargains ever offered in underwear 1 J I U l IT BUELH BOOTEES Come and get a pair before theyall gone Prices 350 400 arid 500 LINE OF MEWS ALL WOOL SUITSIN CENTRAL KENTUCKY FOR 750 V1SB041SP01 fH IEAFISf f0 piSEE OUR T50 AND 1 ULSTERS v BEST 50 CENT COLORED SHIRT ON THE MARKET Beautiful Line of Neckwear See LOGAN ft ROBINSON Lancaster Kentucky i JOUR Save JrflflxUUUUOUt ror take e SHE OUR HEAVY BOOTS BOYS BOOTS CHEAP are EST BEST O J our Novelties Umbrellas jADIE8 flli FOOTWEAR A c 1 uiiItjy J t MENs t i in 4 4 ja ii J l f Kay Peas go to the lodge tonight Try the Butter Stotch at the Kandy Kitchen It is delicious i Raisins Figs Dates Citrons and Cur Purest and best Sage Salt Peter and Pepper Stormes Drug Store J Dress goods are prettier than ever MONEY To LOAH On real estate at 5 per cent address W S Lowwill At torney Danville Ky 111898 when comes to selecting your shoes ladies Joseph has the finest Central Kentucky A few gasbags dont se how the Opera House and Hotel be built Such pesU never see how any improve can be made Gone to Hold a Meeting Rev Clark pastor o the local Metho dist church is conducting a meeting near Glasgow il Hicks cold weather this had better go to Josephs and your wi e a hand some com or table cloak Hey Harry There is none so dead as he that will not live Danville Advocate How about the merchant who never advertises Mr Ike D Current orders his changed from Garner to Searcy lire recently went west to grow with the country and we hope he making money by the hatfuL Entertainment There will be an entertainment at Xev Antioch church Saturday evening at 630 oclock for the benefit of the church Everybody invited Admis sion 15 cents To Correspondents We will be very thankful jf you will send your communications a day next week THE RECORD will appear on Thursday in order that the force may hustle around for a little diet on Thanksgiving Preaching at Cartersvllle Dr EL U Pierce president of Ken tucky Wesleyan College will preach at Cartersville gunclaj morning November 27 at 11 oclock so we are requested to announce by Rev Clay The bird law expired last Tuesday and many pot hunters have been out to try their luck Birds are said to le very scarce in the county but hunters are very much on the orJer of fisher men when it comes to talking about the sport Circuit Court Circuit Clerk Hamilton tells THE RECORD the Legislature changed the time of the November court from the third to the fourth Monday He says the dockets will be unusually light and the court a slim one only thirty tour cases to be tried Rev Morrison Coming We have been informed that Rev H C Morrison the noted Methodist di vine will begin a series of meetings in this city the first Sunday in next month Our informant says Rev Mor rison will be assisted by Prof Kersey a singejx great reputation Stock Pens A movement is on foot to build a large stock yard in the edge of town for the benefit of the court day traders of This idea has successful in many towns and the traders there now prefer the yards to having cattle mixed up on the streets The stock on court days get the streets in miser able condition and they frequently remain that way until a rain cleans them We hope the yard will be erected as they have proven in allother towns to be a great convenienceto all concerned on ed Capt Here Capt W C McFarland of the 16th was here last week for a few days visit to relatives and old friends He was in the fight at Santiago andwhile taking part in the charge up the the famous San Juan hill was wounded inthe head by a piece of shell The mis sle knocked him down and it is sup posed that in this wav the report was sent here that he had been killed The wound only kept him out of the fight for a few minutes and he was it soon back on the firing line Judging from his warm reception in Lancaster he has a lot of good friends here He expects to be ordered back to or Porto Rico in a short time see toCard hem Bro CampbelL As it will be impossible for me to my gratitude personally to my friends for their kindness to me on the eve of my departure from among them will do so through THE RECORD 1 extend to the members of my church and my Pythian brothers my heart felt as and those who to no church yet friends JThese reveal to me your appreciation of pas tor friends and entree If on earth we should never all see each again let us so live as to meet in hear we en Mrs Campbell joins with gratitude to all T tt CAMPBKLL for ent other in 000011 jrents fresh at J this fall nd Josephs has the cream of the stytes t rem er fin R dan predicts uch jet ofearlier extra Winchesters beedquite McFarland ty she of Cuba express ourAlsobcl moBS r zr fr i s i and cheap Curry went u fantry expressions pArk t mew r I Will since all far and The bell we their from tion the a is pike levy shape is you Try the fresh peanut candy at the Kandy Kitchen Good Saddle Horse for sale Dr J D Wesley nov 11tf I would like to do your plain sew lug and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Heave orders at the Kandy Kitchen for Thanksgiving oysters celery and For appropriate Floral Designs call on J C Thompson Honaker the Florist Lexington S It Examine the beautiful New line of 25cts Books at Stormes Engraved Calling Card l Leave orders now for all kinds of for the holidays a printed or written card You will be called a back number Store Rev Morrison at Mt Olivet TIlE RECORD is requested to that Rev H C Morrison will a meeting at Mt Olivet in this county Sunday morning November 20 All invited Fresh Oysters daily at Gaines Stanford Court There were about 300 cattle the market Monday and probably two thirds of them changed hands A few extra good feeders brought 4 l4c 4c was the ruling price Some went low as 3 12 however Heifers at 3 2 to 3 14 was not in much demand but some sold as high as 3a3 l2c The mule and horse market was Brother Berne The Stanford Journal says a friend there has received a letter from Rev George O Barnes saying that he has opened a meeting in Washington City He went to New York to see about the publication of lis book haying only enough money to take him thither Since then a friend in Omaha has sent Mare the money and other things necessary for the trp and she has joined her father at the capital Will Dunlap Returns Will Dunlap who has been in the 6th regular cavalry returned home Monday rom Huntsville Ala He says he only enlisted to serve through the war and as soon as he could possibly doso obtained an honorable discharge His papers are highly endorsed and received many compliments from superior officers He has been sick coming from Cuba but is about right now Will army life is from being the it is racked up to be and he has enough of The Campbell West Wedding at The marriage of Rev T H Campbell Miss Chloe West took place at the Baptist church Tuesday morning at ten oclock The arrangements were as stated in our last issue church was crowded almost to suffocation by the friends of the parties Mr and Mrs Camp were the recipients of many beautiful and costly present in fact do not remember of any couple havfngbeen so well remembered by friends Among the list was a set of handsome table and tea spoons ad the Knights of Pythias lodge and an elegant clock presented by the members of Mr Campbells congrega Mr and Mrs Campbell left for Washington immediately the ceremony They have the well wishes entire community Important Meeting The Fiscal Court has invited a num her of prominent tax payers to meet with them this Thursday afternoon the purpose ofdiscussing the best bond Any citizen who feels enough interest in the matter should be pres this afternoon and give his views no the subject The court has receiv bushel basketful of letters and telegrams from all over the country making inquiry into the matter and wanting the bonds They will cer tainly bring a good figure as the coun toas good condition as any in state Last year before the turn question was voted on the county was lower than it had been in fifteen years As matters now stand owns excellent buildings all o paid for and in splendid and her expenses are as low as possible to make them As said aboye there will be no tro uble selling the bonds and the rate A interest will be lower than the most enthusiastic had hoped for If you this before the meeting is go the Court House and help talk the sion matter over Christmas Christmas Christmas Storms Store Its a little early but we cant keep a good thing always We want to tell that this year win give over entire store for three peeks to the of GOODS ex In elusively for the benefit of then careful tors Christmas Shoppers We have been out getting ready JUly Dont think of buyingyany thing until yon examine what we have little later willvteir you it Our goods are now coming tn and we harent time to write any more i up for S3 is of the of a Superfine blankets at JosePhll s Book DrugS steelengraving Drug on isslow Butcherstuff dullJournaL Iiss says it carriedout Contracting after method of disposing of the turnpike in hre whatever in held W las p J ii i1 y t P cranber agent or 1 tor Douse Storm announ c beat b ice picnic which Drag CHRISTMAS sin tunes a out 4 4 tC x ute We have recently received another shipment of LadiesJacketsand Capes Nice Styles Low Price We are showing some Nice TailorMade Suits for Ladies at prices from 10 to 20 Our line of MIL A WINTER IRESS i is Complete and prices Low SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY The LOGAN DRY GOODS Go 1 OODS themeVJv S For See can The j C his goods 8s road with banks they a sale Typewriter J e Haselden Lillard Stouts holiday Roods Danville Theyre as fine as you find in the city Lancaster Post G A Jim D lion Quartermaster J Pretty Store Thompson has put in the latest style show cases and otherwise fitted store for the holidays Lillard Stout the Danville will have the finest line of Xmas in Central Kentucky See their Oyster Supper The ladies of Pleasant Grove church giving night All cordially invited Bottom ITIces goods from Vanamakar Brown at Philadelphia prices Suits 1050 and 1250 that cost from to S5 more elsewhere They are selling and giving satisfaction Come money Fits guaranteed or pay M D HUGHES Agt Electric Rail Road Sundays CourierJournal has ol lowing dispatch from Lexington which news to the people of Richmond A company is being formed in this city build an electric railway between Lexington and Richmond Ky a of twentytwo miles The promoters are W J Loughridgei VicePresident of the Electric Street Company and Dr Bennett President the National Exchange Bank The will cost 125000 It will cross Kentucky tiyer at Clays Ferry Important Ruling ruling with reference to the war revenue act which will beof the interest to persons having dealings has been made by er of Internal Revenue Scott Some time ago one of the Cincinnati endeavored to evade the placing revenue stamp In its checks by permitting the depositors to give instead for the money which drew out Other banks of course objected to this and the was submitted to the Attorney General for an opinion accordance with the latter deposf of banks can draw out with a stamp to a check an therefor gives receipts This however holds good only cheeks for payment maatalBr a hereto as j f AIL Rwill have a called meeting Saturday druggists residence order andsave the f distance principal greatest banks receipts procedure money instead withdraw S1 ii afternoon OOL Comm matter eta tinsel rti per is a Co by T S Elkin heat R IIToralinsori the store room Erect nice building there now Colonel and old town along I have decided to locate in Lancas ter and will move here with my fami ly about December 1st to practice my profession W BITBSETT M D Appointed Arsenal Keeper A special says W A Berkele of this city has been appointed keeper of the State Arsenal at Frankfort The place pays 800 We are offering for sale buggies surries phaetons road wagons and HARNESS at lower prices than ever of f Cored in Lancaster W J Romans Carriage Free to Danville The remaining toll gate between here and Danville was taken off llon day night Boyle county havingbought its end of the road There were 512 miles for which the court paid 1000 per mile Closed Thanksgiving The merchants will close for church service in the and will also keep their doors shut in the afternoon in order to give the employees a few minutes breath ing spelL We Want at Once salesmen to sell our complete line of supplies for Mills Factories Engines etc Steady and profitable work all year round Address The Crown Supply Cleveland Ohio It Too Much Powder While out hunting Clay Green the colored musician was badly injured the gun bursting Both eyes were ces are in his favor IWB Actral tetsw it tfcirtf fartfetr UM knwb purchasedof morning Severalreliable Threshers sightis1IIe istile 1titIIest PM My 1I1m1 PIIWIIR r oiil i r r- L j net 1tf Cap Thanksgiving Rfl kil Na Nlit i lrf obt ee ter a u1 CJESTKAL OHK ADTAKCS FRIDAY November 18 1898 SOUHEKS who have to return ba are looking forward to great dread Those who fought on the haTe nerer gotten toe malaria out o their systems yet and a return to the pesthole means certain illness and l robably death Men should be sent who have never been there and would be a roiffhty good idea to those who have been pawing the earth to get to the front AM the soldiers have been ordered frjm Lexington to southern camps While Uacle Sams boys may have left a good i oil of money in the city people arvi doubtless glad they li is impossible to get that men together without a lot of touirhs being among them and this s make themselves a nuis ance and kick up the devil generally A IOT of Indiana preacher whereas and nsjived against Sunday funer als his i getting things down to a fine pjint We will venture the they will never resolve against eating a ff dinner the poor women folks have to stand over a hot stove ant cook on the Sabbath day because the ore cjit r there IT is sid Col John B Castleman nursing a small boom governor The luirnul stands about as much show as woull a fat m m in perdition without a fin KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crops and Live Stock 1st 1898 up from replies received from 148 representing 104 WHEAT Wheat sowing was interrupted dur October by the continued wet weather In many counties the soil was too wet to cultivate for a of three weeks while in the most vored counties farmers were unable to proceed for a few days only with out interruption by rain At this date November 1st a large pr cent of the acreage remains to be sown generally hsd prepared their land early and many seeded the month of September This wheat has been the prey of Hes sinn fly anti other insect enemies of the young wheat plant to such an ex Un that resowing of much of it has been found necessary Where free from injury from insects early wheat has made phenominal growth and some of it in fact has reached the jointing stage A continuance of the growing season will soon render it li b e to injury by the slightest freeze Te condition pf the p averages 96 for the Satc Ihe highest average 100 is shown in the southeastern In the central district the con ditiou averages 95 and the average for the western district is 87 On No vember 1st 1897 the condition for the State was C2 and for a corresponding date of 1S95 the condition was The estimates on the acreage to certain extent unreliable owing to the fact that a large per cent of the crop remains to be sovn tions were undoubtedly begun for an unusally large acreage but the injury to early wheat and the delay in the late wheat in the ground will affect the acreage and estimates to be made next month will be taken as final The estimated acreage at this date taking the State is 107 as with acreage of 1897 The larg est increase is shown in the few of the southeastern district where the crop is grown Here the acreage is estimated at 117 as compared with 1897 The acreage in the central is 103 and in the western 105 as compared with 1897 PASTURES LIVE STOCK Pastures are still good and show a condition of 106 as compared with years Live stock generally are in a thrifty condition and will enter the winter in best possible condition The condition of hogs being fed for market is 94 as compared with years Hogs as a rule are report ed plentiful but the weight is not up to the average Cholera prevails to a limited extent only 96 correspondents report cholera or other disease in a mild form GENERAL REMARKS The amount of corn damaged in shock and on stalk by wet weather is exceeding all predictions A few estimate that 40 of the crop is worthIes while the most conservative estimate the loss at 15 to 20 per cent The trouble in eral and unless the injury is much ex aggerated the losswill very much fect what the yield ever produced The ears are very sappy and perfect maturity appears to have been provented by the unusally moist season Farmers whose growing wheat uttering from insects are requested to send specimens bf the insect working the injury to Prof Garman Entomolo gist of the Agricultural Experimental Station at Lexington or to this office in that remedies or prevents atives may ba suggested LUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Agriculture CUBAN RELIEF earn PldU rS Colic NeuralgUsnd Toothache in five Bunatai Sonr Stomach and Summer CompUiatt Frtev25Catt vSfc i I j I J I I I I od en Lr V R iZVERY WEK BY zovIs zANDJUJI tIC tRUS SIX KOlCTJlI TaBES itwith island gmt many c always ed assertion b hat wa or November rerort for November is made correspondents counties in Farmers fallow during ear y crt district 9 Prepara getting compared counties section AND average average correspondents percent wasconsidered still o der I I I COKi PblIr LAi CAR gN1iI9EY TiLL S set tine t The pen L area larg I iiri VWAI1ACETON I n s wife of iBerea Uttendod church here Sunday Mr R L ryee o Waco attended the Quarterly meeting held fcere 3a ani The family of pave 3J7arnacut who left here three for Illinois left on Monday to join him Mr War nacutt drove through in his carriage reaching his destination on the 8th list Rev E A Paddock now located at Berca but better known as thcRocky Mountain Evangelist will preach at the Methodist church here on next Sunday at 830 p m Mr Allen Wilson who was born here 67 years ago and who helped to convert this vicinity from a into a settlement is visit idling here Mr Wilson with the rest of his fathers familyleft here 53 years ago to seek their ortune in Illinois but cams back on a visit in 18Q4 He has no relatives here but came back again after an absence of 34 more before he dies the Baker amily his former school mates On the 12th inst Mr Frank Wylie aged 89 years made his 3rd matrimo nial venture taking for his bride Lizzie Est idge a lass of only 17 sum mers The wed ling was a very quiet one but the night was made hideous by a crowd of rowdies who made pron inent their uncivilized iieas of propri amusement by engaging in what they are pleasod to call a chari vari but which the more enlightened and lawabMing cit regard as the most genuine relic of barbirism by which they occasionally annoyed without the protection of the law Just why a lot of tough should allowed to vlst ones premUea on any occasion and indulge in yelling and shooting and Disturb the community or two mies around wit Ut being ruuisiittd is ont of tts majy things we don uudstantt Late to bed anti early to rise a man for iiis home in the skies Hut early to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser At Storms Drug Stor 1m MARKSBURY W P Tuggle sold to B F Robinson a nice lot of cattle at 3c T L Herring sold to B F Robinson a lot of hogs at 2 34 and 3i D Aldridge sold to Pritchett Bro a lot of corn at 1 per bbl in the Aldridge bought of parties near Hubble a sow aud eight pigs for 12 5J Quite a crowd from this community attended the Campbell est wedding Tuesday The turkey trade is quite lively and turkey buyers are seen at every cross road The current price is 7c per Ib Miss Sallie Johnson of Burgin is visiting friends in this community Mesdames M F Rout and Sallie Fox attended a Chrysanthemum show at Danville last week Mr M G ridge visited friends in Brodhead Snu day Messrs M F Rout and A J Rice Sr have returned from Martins yule Ind very much improyed in health Mr and Mrs Victor Rice have gone to house keeping near fathers We have no doubt but what the young couple will enjoy house keeping and be quite happy in their new home A is not like a fever It does not have to run a certain course Cure it q lickly and effectually with One Minute Cough Cure the best remedy for all ages and for the most severe ca ses We recommend it because its good At Stormes Drug Store 1w SWEENEY O B Perkins bought 13 calves at per head S Morgan fcougnt 9 fat hogs from W H Brown Tuesday v J Brown of Pulaski has thir teen yearling mules for sale at 0 B Perkins S Morgan has shingles at R A Stones for sale Call and see his lot before purchasing elsewhere Miss Hattie House of Gilberts Creek spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr ani Mrs Taylor House Your pondent Miss Fannie B Austin is vis iting in Richmond this week Taylor House sold to L K Perkins too barrels of corn at 25 per bbl Also Loyd Bourne sold to W MGooch of Lincoln 100 barrels and Levi Elam sold 100 barrels to Holtsclaw Bros at same price A candy pulling was given by and Mr Reuben Dudderar night Those present were Misses Lou Zilla and Carrie Archer Ocie and Sallie Dudderar Jennie and Gracie Morgan Messrs Craig Gooch George and Robert Archer Ceph Morgan Henderson Folie Never before was a more pleasent afternoon spent by crowd of young people Mr and Mrs Lon Gray and their Bro ther Mr W H Brown and family this week Mr John Brown of this vicinity Thompson is very sick at this writing Miss Ode andSallie Dudderar visited Miss Jennie and Gracie Morgan Tues day and Wednesday are Daagerou Many of our friends or people whom you know of have contracted consamp tion pneumonia or other fatal dbeases by neglect of a simple cold or Foleys Honey and Tar a safe sure and pleaaaat cojgh mjdi ine would have ilavcd ttenL It U guaraaUtl u A r krfi aJ SS s t 0 nd weelQ ago of illnote years us he says to see once more Miss etyand bo- is prepares faIL field hugh c Ugh S915 eta 1 Wednesday andesherer isisan I s b f day 1 zen ire Al I corn iii belay cong 4 STONE Mr andJft Wm Whitak rar over the appearance pf a fine girl baby on the 18th inst er W H of Wineliafctsr will fill hi regular appointment at Scotts Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Born to the wife of Mitchell Lane on the 8th a fine girl J J Moberley sold to Saunders and Walker a bunch of SItuate at a 34a per Jamesdouse also sold a bunch or shoat to same party at 2 84c James Clouse bought of IL C a bunch of fat hogs at 2 cents per ound Your Haramack coarespondent of a 58 pund pumpkin You are not in it boys C M Moberley one of his own raising which weighs 65 pounds He says if you want to ratapumpkins you had bet ten come down in de bluegrass regions The steamer Burnside will take down a load of tobacco Sunday morn tag If you want to ship yours put it at the landing Saturday afternoon Miss Mary Leavell will give an ele gant entertainment at the close of her school at Pleasant BilL All invited to attend Wednesday night the 23rd instMrs J A Arnon of McCreary our teacher at ScjUa Fork spent part of last week with friends in this vicinity John Roberts and family of Little Hickmun spent from Friday til Mon day with T L Saunders aud family Miss Lou Land has returned home from an extended visit to h r sister Mrs Robert of Pink Ky Mrs Pachie Grow and family aol Miss Lizzie Tomlinson spent Saturday ansi Sunday with Nute Grow am am ly o Judion In 18b7 Mr Thomas Mclnt sh of Tenn had an attack of dys tntery which became chronic I was treated by the best physicians in East lennesse without a cure he says Finally I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Af ter using about twelve bottles I was cured sound and welL For sale by R E McRoberts 1m BACK CREEK Hog killing time is now at hand the jolliest of the year From what we have already heard it is useless for Cot Jeems Burnside to go all the way to Dix rive if suckers are what he is fishing for They are putting new wheels on ev vehicle on Back Creek getting ready for free free pikes then coming to town every day Kindly excuse us for ournonappear anc last week The truth of it is we were paralyzed when election day came off and no one had sought our influence It was too much for us we fear the country is going to the eter nal bow wows Mr Editor did you ever try to put up stovtpipe when it seemed you had 16 different sizes of joint If you nev er have you are a lucky man and stand some chance for the next world have lately had some experience in that line but hope to get forgiveness for what we said and did and have no more We consigned the inventor and every maker of stove pipes to that warm bourne from which we none could ever return but now in our cooler moment we hope none are missing About the time we had got ten fairly started a fellow came along and made some suggestions no doubt with the best of feelings an intentions but the look we gave him haunts us still To make matters worse when we were about to give up in despair and were using some of our choicest expressions a neighboring lady paid us a calL Did you ever hear of a volcano We felt like one We wanted to erupt but politeness for bade it At last we gave up and went off to ourselves to meditate on the ups and downs especially to that part relating to stove pipes The Best Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on to the afiected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with a pain in the chest or side or a lame back give it a trial You are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords Pain Balm is also a certain for rheu matism For sale by B E McRob erts 1m HAMMACK J H McQuerry has sold his crop of corn to E H Walker People have been moving around considerably this week Henry Adison moved to W H Furrs from 8 E Ham mack and several bthers have been- r moving around There little rumor of about two weddings in this vicinity very soon Look out girls Will and Ben Kennedy visited last week at J H McQuerrys Mr Robert Dillon of Fleming County is visiting his brotherinlaw W Graves- a Highly Valued Present Shortly before her death our mother gave us a solid silver goblet which was presented to our father in the year 1857 by the citizens of Lincoln county It bears the inscription The present was made during the existence of Landrama Cornet Band and while that organization was playing for a fair at Stanford Many old citizens remember the band and some the of the presentation Although our are as low as the to increase patronage the Howard of Cities go will give an American Silveroin watch or a class handsome um brella latest handle value 250 with each suit of clothes er overcoat rt e or quality sad a fit i euaran Jtwad H D HvfktoAzt i UL rejoicing Neat Fork morning pound Fowler boasts has Dvis I Allentown eryold Weare j Wed hopes isa Prelas comP or t 7t if z l1 4Et i suppressed 4 sure 4 occasion bnight them This does not changeI k ii f Daily Papers V EQagazines Iyo 2f 6JJj Ill 6Ji1 mmmmmmmm u i + + McRoberts Drug Store Complete stock of Everything kept in a FirstClass Store School Books Tab lets Toilet Articles HandsomeStationery McRoberts Drug Store 1 j LL I THE KENTUCKY ELECTION Democrat Claim a Cain of Two Members of Congre Ttiry Control the Court FBAKKTORT Ky Nov 9 The following Congressmen were elected Tuesday First Cbrrles K Wheeler dem Allen dem Third John S dem Fourth D H Smith dem Fifth Oscar Turner dem S Berry dem Seventh E E Settle Eighth G G Gilbert dim Ninth M Williams dew Tenth T Y Fitzpatrick dent Eleventh Vincent Boremg rep Doubtful This is a certain gain of two congressmen for the democrats with a possible train of three The present congirtslo delegation stands ccven diKocratB lolcii icpuhlicans ihe oiggest vIctory however was in the Third appellate court district which was car vIed by McKinley in by 280U Hobson the democratic nominee for Judge not only overcame this majority but has won With about 2COO votes to spare ills majorities were in the following counties Anderson 253 Barren 81 Bullitt 570 Hardin 1020 Hart 03 Iarue Marion 593 Nelson eS6 Oldham 30 Spencer 402 Washington 210 Taylcr 216 Metcalf 62 total 66 Jones his republican opponent carried Clinton by 385 Pulaski 1100 Russell 28 Wayne 65 total Wa This makes Hobson majority 3789 with the counties of Adair Casey Shelby and Whitley to hear from These counties can not possibly reduce his majority to less thBQ2006 nd it may reach over 25U OUIBVIUK Ky Nov 9 Returns at mid night show conclusively that the democrat have swept Kentucky electing 10 congressmen and the appellate judge in the Third District The state has gone democratic by 3SOOO The estimated pluralities are First District Wheeler 6COO Second Allen 4 00 Third Rhea 3500 Fourth Smith 2000 Fifth 558 Sixth Berry 1500 Seventh Settle r5CO Eighth Gilbert 2800 Ninth Williams 1500 Tenth Fitzpatick 1200 Eleventh Bor ring rer 3000 Third Appellate District Hob ton dem 8JOO- PAOCCAH Ky NOT B The congressional ccntest in this district is known Wheeler dem defeats Reeves pop by fully 5000 votes Every county In the dis trict gives Wheeler a majority ranging from C 0 to 1800 This Wheelers county and city give him GOO majority while Reeves county Ballard voted against him 875 majority The Vote cast was small being less than half The republicans who kept out of the race to Reeves deserted him almost to a man LEXINGTON Nov The entire local ticket elected in the city and the majority which Hon Evan E Settle will receive over Capt Thomas J Hardin bis republican an tagonist for the Ashland district seat in is the handsomest given a democrat since the palmy days of Breckinridge The vote in S3 precincts is Settle 26flO Hardin 39 The three precincts yet to hear from and unavailable Tuesday night will increase the mnjority to fully 2200 RICHMOND Ky Nov 9 Returns front out of ten counties in the Eighth district indicate that Gilbert dem is by at least 1000 and hismajority may reach 1500 ELIZABKTBTOWN Ky Nov 9 Hobson democratic candidate for judge court of ap peals carried this county over Jones by 1020 majority Eighteen counties heard from in this appel late district give Hobson dem a majority of 4C95 with four counties to hear from Those counties will give Jones rep about 3000 ma jority leaving Hobson a majority of 2000 Republicans concede Hobsons election by 1 COO majority LOUISVILLE FAILURE Eaiblr Smith Co TinPlate Hanafae racers Filed Deed of Assign meat Saturday LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 14 Raible Smith Co manufacturers of tin plate ware at Preston and Lampton streets filed a deed of assignment in the county clerks office Christopher Wright was named as signee The liabilities and assets are estimated at 70000 each The plant employs about 100 people Mr R C Kinkead the attorney for the firm said that the failure was caused by pressing creditors and the inability to collect outstanding K lied Himself With Shotgun BOWLING GREEN Ky Nov 14 Frank Walters aged 25 years son of Mr Rob ert Walters a prominent farmer of Rich Pond this county committed sui cide The young man went up to his placed a doublebarreled across the bed knelt down beside it and with a piece of wood pushed the trigger The entire top of his head was blpwn off and the blood and brains were scattered over the room HI BJnrderer Vuknown LEXINGTON Ky Nov 14 with a bullet through his heart Jupiter Lewis an aged and respectable colored man was found by PatrolmajprSavage on East Third street Lewis was un doubtedly murdered but the police have no clew to the perpetrator of the deed Lewis was vice president of the Colored Fair association and was quite well to do D pbtneria Spreading in Nrwport NEWPORT Ky Nov 14 The board of health reports 12 cases of diphthe ria with a new one Clem Air of 15 west Fifth street The dreaded disease has found its way into the schools principally in the Fourth street school Health Officer was instructed to visit the schools and if necessary or der them closed until they are diaia fected To Canvass the Eteetton Returns FRANKFOBT Ky Nov 16 The state eection commissioners will meet at Frankfort next Wednesday to canvass the election returns Swartput 92 years old is dead at her home in Paterson N J Miss Swartdutwas the last lineal de scendant of a family well known im i j SecondHenry Rhea SixthAlbert demo ire major Turner for I as nine congressional rep lt a Saturday alt accounts room shotgun Dead Lo ke MisSCaroline New Y4N1ia 0 I of AppeaL iSO I vote congress elected 8 NwJesisey tc It e t ALMOST DESERTED Mor Troop Y Camp Hamilton for America CM Camp of the Second BrIgade Second Division LEXINGTON Ky Nov 14 The 12th New York regiment left Sunday for Americus Ga where the new camp of the 2d brigade 2d division is located The 3d Mississippi left Monday morn ing for the south and there is no left at Camp Hamilton proper The two Negro regiments have their camp seven miles from the encampment of the white troops The 10th immunes also goes Monday and 7th immunes on Tuesday On date Gen Sanger breaks up headquarters and with his staff leaves for Macon Ga A sale of all lumber used and of a number of horses and mules that belonged for most part to regiments mustered out will be held Only a few sick are left in the hospital at Camp Hamilton and as soon as they are well enough to be moved the hospital will be entirely broken up PERKINS SET FREE Coaaty Prosecutor Pol cro R fo d t Preaeeat Him for Killing Hl SOQIB law J W Newton FRAXKFORT Ky Nov Perkins who killed his soninlaw J W Newton was Saturday morning dismissed by County Judge Moore on motion of County Attorney Polsgrove Attorney Polsgrove stated that New ton had wronged Perkins eldest daughter three years ago her at the point of a shotgun A few months ago he wronged his wifes sister Polsgrove said he to prosecute the father for killing Newton under such justifia ble circumstances especially when I had returned armed and to kill his fatherinlaw There was applause when Polsgrove completed his statement and hearty cheers when Judge Moore ordered that theI be discharged from custody Fatal Fgbt Between Soldiers LEXINGTON Ky Nov Ed McCarthy and Corporal John Nixon both of Company D 3d en gineers became engaged in a fight Monday night which will result fatal ly for Nixon Both were intoxicated They had been left by their regiment Nixon called McCarthy a liar and the latter drew a whisky bottle and beat Nixons head to a jelly wounding him fatally New School MUNFORDVILTE Ky Nov 15 Hen J C B Joyce of Bonnieville has been appointed school superintendent for Hart county by County Judge Mc Candless to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Willis Riggs Mr Joyce was a member of the lower house of the Kentucky legislature from Hart county in 1803 Morn Tollsatr Torn flown WILLIAMSTOTVX Ky Nov 15 Satur day night raiders tore down the toll gates on the OwenLine pike running from this city to theOwen county line Threats were made to burn the gates if they should be replaced The gates will be legally removed within a few weeks Deadlock IB m School Board LOUISVILLE Ky Nov old school board adjourned sine die and the new one met for organization The election for president resulted in a deadlock Mr A H Brachey and Dr 6 F Simpson each had seven votes After 31 ballots the board adjourned SerrTce fur the Battleship Kentucky FBAXKFORT Ky Nov 15 Officers of the 4th Kentucky have organized to raise a subscription in the regiment to the silver service fund for the battle Ship Kentucky Full Vote HESDEBSOX Ky Nov vote of Henderson county is as follows Total vote cast 1987 Allen 1278 243 Jolly 847 James 118 For the bond issue 815 against the bond issue 921 Allens majority 569 his plurality over Fowler regular nominee is 1025 Return from M a f Co aty FiutNCHBUBe Ky Nov 13 Th complete vote in Menefee county for congressman was EHzpjitrick dem 414Sieitz rep 267 Witt pop 1 Klnpvd From School BOWLING GREEN Ky Nov 15 Miss Lillian Buchanan of Campbellsville aged 17 years a papil of Potter col lege this city and Mr Edward Peter eon of eloped from here Saturday afternoon and were at Jeffersonville Saturdry night Pet erson is 20 years old A Queer Medicine There is a medicine whose propri etors do not to have discovered some hitherto unknown or icuie to curecerta in diseae sand that its are Tecog It is Fpl y Kidaey Cue the regiment latter division 14Sergt andmarried unmarried wouldrefuse intended defend- Ant 15Private 15The Head noD 12The Fowlers republican Lan STi1le married that 1t iacn all This boest Med onl lhu the mOst skilled the beat for da ad BlKdet DiIHiIa fJ fi i 1nr 1 60 Newton Snpnttendent SIlver 2 clam nIsedby We will offer you for 1 week beginning Satur day Nov 12 1898 18 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar for 1 6 qt Tin Bucket 09 3 Cakes Lenox Soap 08 lib Best Baking Powders for 10 1 Gal Coal Oil for Also received a nice line of Pigs Prunes and citrons which will sell extra chep Yours For Cash BLUE GASS GROCERY CO EPH P BROWN MGR Be on the SafeSide and Insure your Tobacco Bank R KINNIARD FH TO BE AT 1ILIARD Many Ll LLARD STOUT cr r c t0 YA J SiSl f 0 9 Raisins OfficeNational dZT G9t t OPENING op FOR HOLIDAY NOVELTIES fVV 0 sttl 1 Storesby 1 II Tl j 5 lI Tg 7J 1s 314 It The Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your ard lungs feels sore once relieved a warm ful feeling and 0 healing of affected will beexperien IJ neeidnnt of Kings Queen Victoria who has been 60 years on the throne of Great Britain is the niece of William IV who was the brother of George IV who was the son of George III who was the grandson of George II who was the son of George I who was the cousin ol Anne who was the sisterinlaw of James IL who was the brother of Charles who was the son of Charles I who was the son of James X who was the cousin of Elizabeth who was the sister of SZary who was the sister of Edward VL who was the son of Henry VIII who was the son of Rich ard VII who was the cousin of who was the uncle of Edward IV who was the son of Henry IV who was the oonsin of Richard IL who was the grandson of Edward IL who was the son of Edward L who was the sen of Henry III who was the son of John who was the brother of Richard who was the son of HenryIL who was the cousin of Stephen who was the cousin of Henry L who was the brother of William who was the con of William the Conqueror 800 years ago Cincinnati Enquirer Synroatftetic Rwba d HIts I TarWhene goodIT II Richard II I Rufus ordeal Esq promi sent of O gives the following case A customer f nine whe wife asrt ken bottles of Mothers Friend before con finement says after seeing the effects of the remedy she to there were but fear bottles on the market and the cost was MO per haMli ske would have them Mothers Friend is a scientifically compounded liniment cer the various aSneats ceding childbirth aad final ordeal Mothers Friend i sold t oe expressed OB receipt one Valuable book Before Baby fa Born suuled free Bricg us your Job Printing The sympathetic tenderfle ci I Ing as expeo mother first the rIe aares pre to the cords aM yolvedmthe II u UTIace rt tP i t a Xae to tatit especially duni a baa proper cles in druggist do1Iax lIItNWtR sisss- I W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Galley PirstClas STAilE HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN Fruit Flowers Sha de Blue Grass Nurseries Fall lSeEverything for Lawn and Garden Fruit and Ornamen tal Trees Shrubs Roses Vines Small Fruits Rhubard Asparagus and all stock grown in nurseries Prices reasonable as we employ no agents Descriptive catalogue on to H F HILXENMEYFR Phone 27 LexingtonKy ErR Goldstein of No 544 Fourth ave Louisville KV at Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday Nov 28 1898 Returning one day each month Eyes examined and glasses scientificall y ad usted Trained Nurses The service of Norses who have graduated from the Louisville Training School can fc secured at the Psttle Clay Infirmary of Richmond Ky price 15 per week except Jn contagions cases for which 20 Is charged Application for nurses should be made to tbe Hperint ondantof Inflrnary ORGANIZED IMS is ramOPLAI01STElrT Capital Surplus Fund 15000 BOBUfMB SOUCIZKD f H HXMXKBOTBAIC Lawis T TJUVXU YHUMM Caskte Assistant Caaar LIYIIY Orcha rd will be on A C Bill 100000 CIIInhlaa4fPnatAQ o nieiqir AJKaJIeGU uEto JI 1II r I LaWBYLunu IIiO J Ii i a w t PreulMsi VlcPruL4as IKAueLI 3Llienex- ALzsuI 3JWALKIa Jim Luius t- J T iLl Ull cswousers I UptoDate The past record of this great make of goods has proved their durability of wear and perfection of fit while the accompanying illustration taken from a vindow display of one of the many great establish ments who use the Dut chess proves the actual test of strength every garment is guaranteed to possessEvery pair sold under the Dutchess guarantee The most simple and yet strong BEST IN THE WORLD TRY A PAIR anymake JL New Lot of Cable Card for cording skirts and waists just in 20 a yard Dont forget that for two weeks we will sell baby caps at cost See our New Line of Ostrich Tips Special Values in these Goods Respectfully Phone 85 Noel Sisters Builders Jf Jf HARDWARE i Jf Jf Jf Mantle Hiues i SteelRoofin J ann JR T Looks IT 2 Grates 2 inRoofluGutteriB I11fASEIDE N CENTRAL RE OED P KID AY November 18 1898 PERSONAL Mrs A ex Dnny is in Frankiin on a visitButler Fox and family have return ed tc Winchester Mr Jack Rout of Stanford was a visitor here Sunday- V rgil Rice is in LaGrange Ga to sell a carload of mules Mr and Mrs Robert Kinnaird visit ed Danville last week Mss Lillie Noel spent Sunday with her family in Danville Miss Georgia Miller has returned from a visit to Louisville Miss Lulu Graham was visiting friends in Richmond Sunday Mrs Robert Humphrey of was a visitor here Tuesday Attorney W L Williams and George Smith were in Danville Monday Mr and Mrs G S Gaines visited friends in Boyle county this week Mrs Cornelia Store of Stanford visited Mrs George Hardin last week Dr OBannon and wife of attended the Miss Addle Arnold is the guest of Mrs James Hamilton Lexington Revs Mahoney and Crouch of Stan ford attended the wed ding Messrs Horace Herndon and Frank Marksbury visited near Crab Orchard SundayMrs Huffman of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs M D HughesMiss Maggie Shugars is in McKin ney visiting her brother Mr W K ShugarsMisses Kate and Lillian Kinniard have returned from a visit to Colum bus Ohio Mr John Woods and wife of were visiting friends in this week Mr Malcom Thompson and wife of Paynes Depot visited G S Gaines and family this week Miss Hallie Rice of Lower Garrard has been visiting Mrs A H Rice on Danville avenue Mr A S Price and Miss Pearl Burn side of Stanford have been visiting relatives in this city Messrs J E and Sam Haselden made a business trip to Lexington and Nicholasville Tuesday Mr and Mrs P W Gastineiu of Middlesborough have been fisitiog relatives in Lancaster Messrs Herbert Kinnaird atd Frtnk Maikibury attended the daces at rat a aun a 1 II auu 11010011 LI I a DMI Cincinnati CampbellWest CampbellWest Danville Lancaster wedding Avenue 7f j Now is Your Chance to Buy TipTop Goods It will Pay you To Investigate THE GLOBE J L Frohman Co Danville Ky p 1 i at mow Prices c T Stan orii Friuuy night Mrs II C Payne returned Monday to Lexington after a visit to her Miss ane Hopper J E Canon now o luuiana town on Business lie is much pleased with bis new home Lieut tt m Berlcele of Lexington is visiting his wife and daughter at Mr and Mrs H Wherrius hrs Bush and Wesley attended the meeting of the Lincoln County MeJi Cil Society at Hustonvilie Tuesday Lieut John Johnston who is very ill of fever was brought to his broth er Mr McCieland last weekMr Thompson and wife of Lexing ton have been visiting his sistes es d mcs Nannie Carpenter and G S G ines SI s Juliett Ropers and bright little o Joseph It ive in a short tm to spend the twins r with Mrs s Ei iin in lanti Ga f ol J Fltece Ro inson left th s lor Columbus Ga to spend thee lii ha ben mucn he tier this summer than for urny years Amond those who attended the nuptials were Mr Jno Wood and wire Miss Nannie Kemper Mr Jno Baughmin and wife of Dan ville Mrs J E Stormes is in Richmond this week to attend the marriage of Miss Alene Jackson who has been a frequent and popular visitor to this cityMiss Sallie Lou Myers gave a tea Wednesday evening to Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbnry and Mes dames Howard Rice and Louis Lan dramMr James Slaughter and wife Mr and Mrs Dority Maban and Mrs Sim Slaughter and family of Danviile were guests of G S Gaines and family this week CoL Andy Rice and Mr Millard Rout have returned from Martinsville Ind Both are about well of rheumatism and are loud in their praise of the waters there Mr and Mrs T Currey attended tIle birthday dinner given Mr Harvey Yantis It was Mr Yantis ninety first mile stone on lifes rough He is we are very glad to say fine health and holds up remark bly well Mrs Mary E Young who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Clare Wit wer Miss Alice Fox Young of Garland Texas and other relatives in for several months will return today accompanied by Mrs A T Armstrong her sister and Miss Minnie May Rev Jno Bruce who is now travel ing representative for the Baptist Louisville attended the Campbell West wedding and has been doing good work for his paper The Argus one of the very best religious changes we get and advice to those wanting that class of literature a to subscribe for Rev Bruces paper While in Lexington Saturday a Lan caster man called at the Leader office to see Walter Nichols who resided here for some time when THE RECORD was established Nic is looking well and sent his regards to all enquiring friends He is foreman of the office and has charge over all the typeset ting machines He sat down at a ma chine and moulded the following three lines which he sent to his old friend CAPT WHITE Lancaster I dare you to over here Yours Wi B This message is printed with the moulded lines or machineset type wh Oi Nic made t I sister W W CampbellWest wonderful pathway in Dallas home Argus is x our come 0 L i i win Jo astons wee winter heal h charming nee e PRANK Nichols n id fy I The following attended the Chry anthcmum show at Danville Friday Meslamts W H Wherritt John E Stones D M Lackey George Kobin sun P V Spencer and U A BMarks burrO IMorltz Elkln TimE RECORD stated in its last issue that Mr E P Moritz of St Louis was in town to see a mighty prettv was visiting friends here Tin young lady in question was the beau ti ul Miss Mary Elkin of Stanford While close friends of the little lady knew of her intention to marry Mr Mo did not believe the time so near at hand visitor has ever made more riends in our town than did she Being a perfect beauty in face and figure and possessing that wholesouled friendly disposition so caaracieristic of her father Mike El Kin she was a favorite which society regret ully gives up The Louisville C mmercial publishes a account o the elopement and owin r t the popularity of the young lady an i her parents we publih it in ua Miss Vary Ekin of Stanford elop fd to Louisville with Mr Edward P Sloitz o St anti they were mtrri d in JeflTsonvili by Magistrate Hause ReTtK sing the Oiiio t ey at the Louisville Hotel and will spend a few days in the halls City before go ing to St Louis where Mr Moritz has built a handsome home for his bride This marriage is the sequel to a pretty romance which had its beginning at Lancaster early in September Mr Moritz had come to Lancaster with Mr Wade II Lush also of St Louis to spend two weeks with Mr Bushs parents who gave them a reception as the first series of functions Miss Elkin a dainty bit of femenine loveli ness with a wealth of dark brown hair eyes to match a complexion per feet and a form divine was there Moritz met her and in his admiration forgot his Missouri fiance The visit to the Bush home was extended so he might be more with his new found love He hired Lancaster carriages by the week paid more turnpike toll than all other travelers combined in his desire to see Miss Elkin daily at her Stanford home His infatuation j was the talk of these two cities And that infatuation only burned the stronger upon his return to St Louis Two letters a aay would not suffice He returned to Kentucky again and again to press his suit A handsome fellow it was not hard for such an ard ent lover to meet favor in the pretty eyes of this little bluegrass girl Though less than 16 she knew her heart was accepted But the young la dys came the rub They would not consent to their dough refs marriage at such a tender age but like the maid swearing shed neer consent consented they did Miss El kins father Mr M F Elkin is one of the supreme officers of the Knights of Maccabees which position requires frequent visits to St Louis Last week he went Miss Elkin tipped off t he fact to her lover and Mr Moritz Mr Elkin him at the depot and insisting that he spend his time in St Louis at the Moritz home After much persuasion he ac and the young mans was so genuine that Mr Elkin be came convinced his intentions were se i and the consent to the marriage followed Mr Elkin returned to Stan ford the date was set the daughter bought a handsome wardrobe and the were named Sunday Moritz made his regular visit to Stan ford Wednesday morning he started to leave The separation dawned on the lovers and it was decided not to await the church wedding day Miss Elkin made the excuse to go visit Miss Mary Bruce Moritz drove by in a a run was made to Junction City where the L N was caught and t they reached Louisville a contractor in St Louis girlwho N Lancaster prety Luis ut upI Moritz parentsthere by meeting later Nr Moritz is a wealthy c t itz they surprised espied hospitality ions bridesmaids vary r r y- y Finest Line of Suits and Ever shown in Central Ken tucky at Prices Lower than you can purchase elsewhere Boys Suits Guaranteed to Childrens Suits Fi ner and Better than ever shownFree Toll and Feed MANHATTAN SHIRTS BEST MADE STETSON HATS NOBBIEST MADE BEST PANTS ON EARTH Try a pair and you will buy no others Suits Cleaned and Pressed Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 136 Free to our customers 4 Men s vercDats Ii Stacy AnaDl Shoes Mane O hest O I 1847 Rogers Knives and Forks 3 per dozen Send us your Watches Clocks etc Perfect Satisfaction or money refunded Send for catalogue of Silver Novelties McDonald Jeweler Optician Danville E7 YES toBestC N1 a a e A Sure Sign of Croup Hoarseness in a child that to croup is a sure indication of the of the disease If Chamber loins CoughRemedy 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 and find that it save them much trouble and worry It can always be leptn ed upon and is pleasant to take For tale by E McRoberts lra Military Snobbery We have had occasion to species o snobbery but what a gen tleman told us yesterday caps the cli mix He was out at Camp Hamilton and in a tout v ef t w phone Some officer at the Claremlcn Hotel telephoned out there to send a Government wagon to the Cincinnati Southern Railroad Depot to get his trunk and bring it to the Clarendon as he had just by train To send government wagon to go five miles for a trunk that a baggage wagon would have brought for quarter was little cheeky to say the least A common soldier who had been sick was ordered by three officers to take their valises to the more than a quarter of a mile distant This he refused to do and will be court martialed for disobedi of orders But he will set up with his persecutors for he is a rich man and worth more than all the in his regiment and will employ the best lawyers and will give these gentlemen as good as they ngton Gazette is subjc approach after R refer to this come railroadstation probably sendLex I mothers hand ce officers McCREARY Our little town is on a boom A new postoffiee is being erected There will be an entertainment giv en at new Antioch church next night for the enefit of the church Admission 15c All are cordially to attend Miss Carrie Hardin who spent last week with her sister at Marksbury has returned home Master Charley Saddler spent the first part of ek with his grand ather Merrill Hardin Soaking healing cleansing D j Witts Witch Hazel Salve is the impla cable enemy of sores burns and wounds It never fails to cure Piles You may rely upon it At btorraes Drub Store 1m There was preaching at Lawsons Chapel Sunday by Rev Clay 1 here will be meeting at Good Hope next Sunday by the pastor Rev L P JohnsonMr White was bitten by his dog while catching hogs to butcher last Saturday morning Mrs J C Fox has returned home from visiting relatives at Somerset Mr Murry has moved into Miss Sarah Hammacks tenant house When you ask for De Witts Witch Hazel Salve dont accept a imitation There are more cases of Piles being cured by this than all others combined At Stones 1m Saturday J the dayin counterfeit- or t s invited Drug- Store Tortured By Rheumatism j a P A Purely Vegetable Blood Remedy is the Only Cure If the people generally knew the true cause of Rheumatism there would be no such thing as and lotions for this painful old disabling disease The fact is Rheumatism is a f the blood it can be reached therefore through the blood But all blood remedies can not cure Rheumatism for it is an obstinate disease one which requires a real blood more than mere tonic Swifts is the only real blood remedy promptly goes to the bottom even most obstinate case A few ago I with at became gradually so that I was for to walk I tried several prominent and took their treatment but was unable to get the slightest relief In fact my condition to grow worse the pains spread over entire from November to March suffered agony I tried many medicines but none relieved me Upon the advice of a friend I decided to S S Before allowing me to take it however who was a chemist analyzed the and potash or mercury liniments disorderedstate remedysomething was1ken heumatism which I though intense physicians faithfully and C audit inflammatory pronounced h w rcF I felt so much better after taking tw bottles that I continued remedy and in two months I was The cure was permanent fo I have never since had a touch o Rheumatism though many exposed to cold weather ELEANOR M TIPPKLL with Rheumatism know that it becomes more severe each year and like all other blood diseases the doctors are totally unable tc cure it In fact the remedie which they pre scribe are potash I and and though temporary relief may resultit and only the disease- S S S never disappoints for i is made to cure these diseases which are beyond th all other remedies I cures permanently Rheumatism ScrofulaEczema and all other blood diseases It Is the only blood remedy VegetableBooks Specific Company Atlanta Ga completely t i m e PhiladelphiaThose ercury l reachof I a producein- tensify guaranteed Name on every piece FOR SALE BY H M BALLOT Silver Plate that Wears BONBONS cc I CHOCOLATE Let us call your attention to our 1847 Rogers Bros Triple plated Knives and Forts They are made to wear and con sidering inequality style and finish can make you a very low price The knives are plated on the Best of steel and the forks on hard white nickel silver They are guaranteed to give satisfaction to the purchaser M F X t A full line of Spoons Sup Shells Butter etc in J847 goods always on hand Let us show them to you J C THOMPSON WE INVITE all of our friends and pat rons to call and make AN INSPECTION of our stock We took pains to select only tHe HANDSOMEST HATS and latest Novelties to be found the markets Miss Same TillEtt S BEAZLLEY DENTIST New Thompson blocs Knives eS- pecial in w painwith c 4 WOK WITH YOUR OWN EYES CLOTHING OVERCOATS DRY BOOTS mU fm SHOES ONNT FADED I fI See That GOODS AND t ARE RIGHT IN PRICE AND R T S i COME And Our CLOAKS i QT3 ALIT HO eaz ANn STOCK NOTES Cross br d lambs are the best feed ers and the mutton produced from them is of superior quality but to have them the buying of a fresh lot of ewes every year or two for it is Jolly to breed from cros bred animals Mr 1 Curt of Eminenc K recnily sold a i f ycnn He fall store away several barrels and boxes of them or winter as they make splendid litter for the hens to scratch in when the thermometer is on a decided fall Overcome evil with Overcome your coughs and colds with One Min ute Cough Cure It is good children cry for It cures croup bronchitis pneumonia grippe and all throat and lung diseases At Stormed Drug Stre lm A calf 12 months old weisrhs 1000 lbs when well fed and while it takes more feed the next year it will only weigh 1iQi pounds as a twoyearold pain ing 0 0 pounds and still more feed third year to weigh 2000 pounds only gaining 40 pounds then the early mlturity pays best to turn them off as to 1500 pounds at 18 t 20 months wei they have the improved blood an I quality to mature sufficiently for in tr cet And farmers who breed e 1 along this line will win success The bone this year is broad and white which shows in a general w ty that the winter will be long and MI wy 1 he keel has a with several wavy prominences which iuo taken to indicate particular storms and hard weather There is a absence of rain spots The first heavy snow will come about Nov 20 a id will lie long on the ground and will have a big December snow on it is gone Just before Christ mas there will be another great storm with intense cold weather about the last of the year About January 10 will occur the cold est weather of the Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter De Witts Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cure Sick Headache liHliousncss Inactive Liver and clear the Small sugar coated dont gripe or cause nausea At Stormes Drug Store 1m The Harrodsburg Democrat reports sale of 4 yearling mules at 4225 per head several hundred barrel corn at per bbl 10 fat heifers at 18 per head 2500 Ibs hemp at a little less than 4 per hundred- A Queer Medicine There is a medicine whose do not claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown ingredient or that it is a cureall The honest med icine only claims to certain and that its ingredients are by the most skilled phys cians as being the best for Kidney and Diseases It is Folevs Cure lm OOOOOOOOOC 0 oe 0 00 coo 0 00 iFARM Moo 0000 co 00 0 0 0000 000 Ot e loa ford bulls to a Texas fr 125 iI As soon as the dead leaves begin to goo 1 so it J40 and- f goose sharpcurve before it winterLouisville- Post Comp exiqo L25 proprietors cure recognized Bla ider oaooo o00 mans tit i t party head f the peculiar snowy following diseases Kidney An unusually large crowd was in Harroilsburg Monday there more it uey in circulation tha for som i t of nil kns was the mae ms w nich changed hinds here seemed to be more trading o cattle than o other kinds of stociv Democrat Many a h ueholi is saddened death uecuiM o the failure to on han i a sa e and absolute certain cure or croup suck as the One Minute i ou h lure See that y iir little one are protected against emergency A btormes Drug Store lm L Johnstone and C G Taylor bought from Col E Sparks 12J acres o unimproved mat in Jess ty at 5D per acre iand is part of tie od Red Ine Shelby tract situa ted on the Union Mills three miles rom Nicholasville Capt T D English reports the sale of personalty for Baughman Bros Fftef to twen ty horses sold at to 135 the latter price being paid for the On Time star lion Cows brought 30 to 40 4 wean ling calves 14 lot of forty mixed hogs at Sc Danville Advocate From New Zealand RKEFTON New Z alan i Nov 23 96 I am very pleased to state that siuce 1 took the agency of Chain berlaius medicines the sale has been very large mire especially of the Cough Remedy In two years I hue sold more of particular remedy than of ail 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 use of it in my own household It is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle be yond the reach of the children E J SCANTIEBURY For sale by R E Mc Roberts lm LINCOLN ITEMS E T Pence bought of G A Siler 30 yearlinj steers at 18 Weihl bought 30 cattle 1300 pounds average at 4 14 and 3J heifers at 2 12 in Scott county Wm Moore bought of Robinson of Garrard a bunch of fat heifers at 3 Journal Five cent cattle make 29 cent steak and six cent cattle 25 cent steak Large packers buy cattle and utilize the by products to such an extent that they about get their money back from them although they sell to the butchers at about double the price they pay a pound and the butcher again doubles It Siler Co sold at Richmon d about 20 eattle at from 3 to 3 l4c Mr R Foley of Wilhamsburg is here buying a load of hogs to take home with him Elmore Holtzclaw bought 2 steerE from Walter Warren for 1750 per head Joe H White was here Tuesday run ning the Beazley land out for Siler Bryant Ballard will soon have his cev house completed Mrs James Lawrence is improvin g some To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggists reu id money if it fails to cure 23c The genuine has L B Q on each tablet 1 99 to be luC ri keep S R min 30 this 14Interior PREACHERSV ILLE may and seemed a ecuun ibis pine rated Wagon at tJESt211 W jl Un d B IJ j fV i i W I 7 o I Cal and seY ed and Ezcelsall others arm it finer Always on LtFT IN DISGRACE An Austr iin N7f Miiiti C i of the boviMiiti Voiuiiiei r I fninry Iiuiiiuii iiv LKXISGTOX Ey Nov 1C Baron vYaldcck Dc Vilhunil an Austrian and captain of the flit volun teer infantry immuncs is in disgrace and has left for parts unknown A few days ago he was discharged from his regiment for various offenses principal among which was refusing to pay his debts lie owed money to many officers and men and had large accounts with Creditors swooped down upon hun in his tent Monday night and attached his sword and his uniform lie later secured clothing somewhere and skipped out Villamil claimed to be a cousin to late empress of Austria and sent telegram of condolence to emperor at time of her tragic death ST Louis Now 1C Baron Waldcck De Villamil an Austrian nobleman and captain in the 7th United States infan ry immuncs who is reported to have left Lexington Ky where his reg iment is stationed in disgrace having been discharged is in the city and denies the toto lie says that ho is here on a furlough to meet his wife From here he will Washington The captain adds that he hasuvm d for a transfer to a white rcsinvni service in the colored biia distaste ful to him Free Pikes in Until County OWIXOSVILIJS Ky Nov last the vexed question of free turnpikes is in a fair way to permanent settlement The bonds having been voted thefiscal court met Monday afternoon and au thorized the issuing of S3S000 of 550 year bonds It is believed that these bonds can be floated at about three per cent interest and the only thing that will then remain to be done will be to pay the stockholders and take the gates off the only two roads on which toll is now being collected Death Watch Oer George LEXIXGTOX Ky Nov death watch has been placed over George A Portwood He is condemned to be hanged on the 30th day of this month for the murder of Ruchard Perkins of this city last spring When he went into the death cell he told the jailer that he did not wish to see any or reporters that he had his own idea of things on this earth and he did not wish to be annoyed the few days he has to stay here Against Trusteed- FRAjjkroiiT Ky Nov 16 The court of appeals Tuesday without filing a response overruled a petition for in the case of the town of La tonia against Hopkins This is the final ending of the unsuccessful effort of the town trustees of Latonia to annex the Hopkins neighboord con taining the Latonia race track and about 1600 people living in that William Cato Mutt Hang FRANKFORT Ky Nov 16 Gov Bradley again refused to interfere in the case of William Cato the Lyon county youth sentenced to be hanged at Eddyville on the 25th inst for the murder of Connie Askew The case was brought to the governors atten tion by a personal letter from Cato asking tHat his life be spared Sc Soldiers Sent to Ft Thomas LEXINGTON Ky Nov 16 A hospital train left Camp Hamilton Wednesday with 35 patients for Fort Thomas Ky Forty patients are still at this camp Gen Sanger and staff left Wednesday night for Americus Ga The 7th United States volunteers will depart Saturday for Macon and the provost guard on Sunday Building Association Goes Into Lqulda tion LEXINGTON Ky Nov di rectors of the Fayette Building Loan association one of the oldest and largest institutions its kind in Ken tucky at a meeting held Tuesday night decided to go into voluntary liquidation and liabilities of association are each 9140039 No Clemency Convict Steven FntvxKFORT Ky Nov 10 Gov Brad ley Tuesday morning refused to ex tend executive clemency in the case of Edward Stevens of Newport one of the assailants of Mrs Gleason who is now serving a sentence in the state penitentiary here I for I severalmerchants go to i 16At Portwood 16The preachers remaining Latonia vicinity 16The for out art Unknown nobleman yin imm manes rehearing Assets t f TI- t J S tr KV r the Ns I ptti usJU iii vat will br tfr means ol bin ijjg Puerto Uieo into this country sid a New York merchant whoso business is chietlj with the West Indies You dont know what a Puerto Kico dog is do you I suppose lot 1 hat only seen two of them in New for Puerto Rico dogs are not Spanish ai all but aboriginal I have been told that they are much the same as the longhaired alco of Mexico and I believe the breed is still found in Santo Domingo They are tiny little creatures with silky white hair all except a tan patch on the ear at least all I have seen have been marked that way and what makes them particularly interesting is that to time learned they are the of the pet dogs of the Greater Antilles It seems strange that the race of aborigines should have been so completely wiped out and their pet dogs should survive But I have been told that when the Spanish first landed on Santo Domingo they used to see the natives going about with these little alcos on their shoulders or in their bosoms i f human beings that kept them were anything like their pets as is generally the case they must have been a kindly affectionate people I have heard of one of these PuertoRico dogs that was given to a little girl in Jamaica The chvld sickened of a fever and the log would come and lick her face and hand at r trular intervals during the day When the child died the dog lay for a long time with its muzzle close up to the little dead hand and whined piteously when the body was taken away for burial They tell me that a true Puerto Rico dog will not let itself be made the pet a whole family but will attach itself to one person always and will not al low that one person to have any other pet By next winter our sailors will have brought back a goodly number of Puerto Rico dog as presents for their sweethearts I expect and then every other girl you meet will have one for a pet just as now every other girl has a navy hat ribbon or a lot of United States buttons Then the pugs will be Y Sun TILTING THE GUNS slow the Dig Destroyers Were Trained to Fire Over the at Santiago Memory is sometimes a treacherous informant Were it not for recollec tions of old sea stories read in several of the correspondents in Cuba would tint have reported that when engaged in longdistance can nonading of Santiago time American commanders listed their ships and so secured a greater elevation for the use by running out the guns on the side away from land Similar ly ifthe artists on the papers that es teem jHJfterprise above accuracy had not recalled the pictures in those old books they would not have made draw ings of war vessels tipped half over by guns projecting ludicrously far out over the water As a matter of fact of course it has been many and many a year since it to run out a cannon even so much as an eighth of an inch Breechloaders are not built Jhat way They swing from side to side on a and can be raised or depressed within certain nar row limits but there has been no in or out me discovered that a gun has a discovery which it took them several centuries to make It is true however that the ships listed but the to exaggerated to render a portrayal of the operation at all sensational It is also true that manipulation of turret may have nail slight part in pro ducing the list but they were swung around not run out and unless the straight over bow or stern this would not balance weight of the other swung around the oth er wily Chief reliance for inclining the vessels was doubtless placed ii the shifting of coal and ammunition the emptying of the tanks and boilers on one side and the suspension of boats and launches from cranes and davits on the opposite side By these expe dients the few degrees of extra ele vation that were needed could be se cured and by the combination of some or all of them doubtless our Iron arguments brought to the Span ish generals deeply interested atten tion But no vessels were put on their beam ends and no guns were run out Thats Y Times NUBIAN TEA cures Drxpep riiilllVI aU Constipation and Regulates the Liver Price 25 cte OJ t descendants of deposedN Hills gunsin since xthtwhich this was traY firingwas guns were sureN ro- k dugs the boyhood was possible fixed running vo were wildly soi the Indigestion 1 tV VV Kidne DiseasesCURED HAD TEEN pronounced MrGAStilfson lIwritcs POLEYS KIDNEYCURE is withWonderfult It has some herethat physicians pronounced incurableI myself ant able to testify toy merits My face to day is a livingof health and your KidneyCure has made it such I had suffered with theamong ease and to day I feet tenany younger than I did one year agoas hangc im can I e of life and of its medical fact that b iwy 1 lie J5ta Inercpant in fJ meeting nitcesx cti sacu rid ed cases ole Nit in flee m how pictureand it b teeth tw uto eves year diswt to itch to years obtain so 17me wonderfuf tCatea qualities What France Gets from Foreigners- M Trouillot colonial minister in a circular to the colonial governors urges them to stimulate the cultivation of articles for which France is chiefly de pendent on the foreigner He gives some striking examples Thus France imports 120000000 francs worth of for eign coffee against only 1000000 francs of colonial For cocoa the pro portion is 27000060 francs to 823000 francs for tea 2500000 to 6894 for pepper 3500000 to 1500000 yet pep per will grow well in Algeria for india rubber 5000000 to 787000 for silk 12000000 to 110000 and for palm oil 14000000 to 9000000 In rice how ever the colonial imports are 60000000 francs against 48000000foreign in oil seed other than olive they are 56000000 against 49000000 in gum they are 3 725000 against 2624000 and in vanila 74000 to 21000 M Trouillot advocates the application of French capital to colonial enterprises and the utilization of native coolie and convict labor London Times PlattfAft CUBAN OIL cum 3 Cuts Burns Bruises Eheu matism and Sores Price 25 cents Public Sale As Administrator of the estate of C B Ison decd I will on the Premises of said decedant on Saturday November 19th 1895 at 10 oclock a m Sell to the highest bidder the following personal property towit 7 head good Sheep 2 Calves 4 Brood Sows 1 fat Hog 1 yearling Colt about or CO bbls Corn 10 hush els Oats stack Millett 100 shocks Fod der Straw Stack Farming Utensils 1 Buggy and Harness Kitchen Furniture etc sale will be made on credit of Six months purchaser re quired to give bond with any property is removed Nov 8 98 P Ison Admr f Incomparable Service The Queen Crescent trains are finest trains run in the State of Ken tuckyFour daily trains to Cincinnati con nect with the main highways of Great Trunk lines of the North West and East This is the line parexcellence Washington New York Boston the East The Queen Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati S T Swift P T A Lexington Ky W G Morgan Lexington Ky NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Wal ker stable and am furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com morcial Travelers The Havana Limited The first A nerican Railway to an nounca traiu service for the especial benefit of travel to the West Indies has been heard from The Queen Cres cent Route are announcing a fast train known as the Florida Havana Lim ited It will go from Cin cinnati to Tmpo Jacksonville Miam Mobile and New Orleans This of the genuine American idea getting into the will be a vestibuled service with din ers observation cars wide vestibules electric headlights and all the of the railroad train It is chiefly to be marked as the first ia the field for the new which is coming under the protection of the greatest flag on earth Train will make to Ports named and will connect with fine steamer service to various Ports in Cuba Porto Rico aad Jamaica It marks era in railroading in this country I 5 and TERMsThe a R time the to and 0 P Au prepared- to RICE BENGE servce exponent a new J i m ELECTRDPDI5E he Eicctrouoise does not however cm fine its cures along any particular line It cures by removing the cause causing the system to Oxygen purifying the blood and building up the system Dear Sirs The goitre has entirely disappeared from Mrs Wilsons neck and she is the proudestand most grate ful 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 contradicted 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 cured It is my only doctor and I use it in my family for all ailments MRS SAY WALKER Wife of United States Commissioner Wytheville Va July 9 1896 DuBOIS WEBB 513 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky BUSINESS FOR 030 lb steers 10 heifers T M and W McC John ton sep30 FOR splendid gentlemans wheel price 812 or wll trade for a horse cowmulu or hogs E Henry CITY PROPERTY Fon home on Lexington street between College and Judge Full on application to Fisher Herring Mrs Susan tf FOR nice jersey cow will be 7yearsold in the spring has had five calves and has not been dry since first calf she is giving 2 gallons of milk a day gentle can lead her any where will bj in FebuaryR FOR farm consisting of 100 acres of goof hemp and tobacco land Farm lies four miles east of Lancaster on th and Kirksville turn pike Also 21 acres on same in sight of Hyattsville For information all on RE Henry ol Tux RECORD ffice RANK woman rapidly SALEForty SALEA R RESTMy SALEA SALEA I493 NATIONAL absorb 006110000 particulars tTH C CAPITAL f20flooooe OF SURPLUS I65eooee J 1 LANCASTER KY tftftrefti A R DIHNY President JHO E STOBMKS Vice President WM H KINNAIBD Cashier BOBINBOH JB Assistant Cashr Bookkeeper K T EMBBT Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Jaa SpUme Alex R Denny A W S Cook L Davidson Jno E Btormes Farm for Sale I will sell my farm containing seventysix 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 ace essary outbuildings There is a good orchard and never failing water The Is under good fence For further call on or address Mrs JMScrlvner- 1018W Bourne Ky S C DaNNY J I C RThinson Iil information N33 Skin DiseasesF- orthe speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal Itrelieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids Dr Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier undvermifuge Price 25 cents REMcRoberts Druggst Lancaster SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Igts Office ovei Post Office LAXCASTSR W C SLIMER JOHN HOSHAL SLIMER HOSHAL LIVE STOCK SALESMEN UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O OUR COMMISSION CHARGES ARK 300 PER CAL FOR HOGS 10 PER CAR fOR C4TTLE Reference Western German Bank CincinnatiO ALL WOMEN should know tlat too Old lime llomeUjr 4 LW 3ffRN I I FIR E AND MARINE CO I 1 reliT fad 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