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V. liAVfiVSTKR. KY., FRIDAY N"OVEIBE ,11 18. I89R. TERMS t1.0Q 07 p SU B3CRIP7I0X Year b Adtants. I. William Lancaster uaoOUW"wwwiiiiiiiH"iWHOOnnf rinnorm-nt- i Kay Peas, go to the lodge tonight. Try the Butter Snatch a$ the Kandy Kitchen. It is delicious. WELCH & WILL IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. -- Fresh Oysters daily at Gaines y Superfine blankets at JosepKi Trv the fresh peanut candy at the Kandy Kitchenv Good Saddle Horse for sale. D. Wesley. Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. Fine shoes at Joseph's? All-Wo- Hominy and.Oatflakes J. C. at T. Curry. A Raisins. Fh?s. Dates. Citrons and Cur rents, fresh and cheap at jr. Curry'aA Dr. J. 11-- tf Suits for $6.50. Hep" hill Call and see a beautiful Hue of Hugs at J. A. Beazley & Co. T. Curry. i Ill business attended to promptly Plant 100 fine Maple, shade trees. .7. C Thompson. this month. Fresh Oysters received daily. Served O. F. '1 ulett, Lancaster ind sold. Hotel. The colored lolks are fixing1 up for a b:-and hop next "entainment" Thnrs-danight. r Books. New, Cheap ami Up-to-- .! ate. Stormes' Drug, Store. can BEAZLET& BAU&HMAM. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, I have a few more suits that I make to your measure for $10.00. J C. Hemphill Notice. Taxes p ARTERIAL and CAVITY BALMING EM- - .st due. J. 73. Pay ne ore the S. G. C. penalty goes on. Sanders, urnitiire, Carpets, Lancas' er, Ky. R. KINNAIRO'S &c. Furs Wanted. I will pay highest Cash price for all N. II. BooiK, Kinds of Furs. Marksbury, Ky. nov-ll-l- With very Victoriacigar purchased G. S. Gaines' 3'ou are given a chance on a fine buggy. Call and see buggy , and investigate. at Insurance Agency Representing Over Stormes' Drug Store. Eyery thing nice fresh and cheap at Pepper. are prettier than ever Dress coods fTiio fnll'Vfrifl Jnsenh's has the cream of Peaches, Grapes, Pears and Fancy the styles. apples at G. S. Gaines. reai MONEY TO LOAX-- un , address y. S. Lowwill At Large line of Dinner Sets and Cham-vj. o. uaiuca. Der oeis, just, receiveu. torneyj Danville Ky. See Mo'rrpw and "McRobarts Christ When it comes to selecting your mas goods. 1 hey are arriving every shoes remember ladies? Joseph has the day. finest linenn Central Kentucky. . Biggest line if Sterling Silver novel A few "don't see how" the Morties ever brought to Lancaster, Opera nouse and Hotel can be built row and MeRoperts. Such pests never see how any improve- G S. Gaines will buy all the corn he raent can De maue. can get at SI. 10 a barrel, payable Gone to Hold a Meeting. any goods he handles. v. Rev. Clark, pastor o the local Metho IIop Killing Time. dist church, is conducting a meeting I Buy your Sage, Salt Peter 'and Pep near Glasgow. per at Stormes' Dru? Store. Tlieks nredicts nluch cold weather Money to Loan. this winter, so y0u had better go to For building purposes, or on well .ln..pnh's and iret vour wi e a nana- improved Real Estate. Teimseasy, some, com prfable cloak. J. C. Hemphill. Hey, Harry? liible Society. There is none so dead as he that The Garrard County Bible Society will not live. Danville Advocate. will hold its annual session in the How about the merchant who never Christain church on the fourth Sunday advertises? night in this month. Mr. Ike D. Current orders his paper Bourbon Steam Laundry. changed from Garner to Searcy, Ark. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the lite recently went west to grow up Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your with the country, and we hope he is tf making money by the hatfuL orders at Sweeney's store. Purest and best Sage, Salt Peter and nov J" I would like to do your plain sew r jno and Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Art-Am- caD , . lor xnanKsjjivmg ojsiera, cranber ccicx-- For appropriate Floral Designs, call on J. C. Thompson, agentxor Honaker, It the Floribt, Lexington. Books. V cas-baf- Examine the beautiful New line of 25cts Books at Stormes' Drug Store. Engraved Calling Cards. Leave orders now for all kinds of steel enBTavin!r for the holidavs. Dont use a printed or written card. You will be called "a back number." Storme s Drug Store. 1 We have recently received anotner shipment of Lad ies J ackets and Capes You will find them Kev. Morrison at Mt Olivet. The Record is requested to announce that Rev. H. C. Morrison will begin a meeting at Mt Olivet, in this county. Sunday morning, invited. November 20. Nice Styles, Low Pricei .All Stanford Court. - S57.000.000 following: - In the Fire Insurance Companies I JEtna of Hartford. Queen of America. National of Hartfort. Fhenix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and Morchantile. German American, of New York. LiTerpool and London and Globe. I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance 1 COMPANY For Sale. For wedding Bouquets. Cut flowers. Several pieces of valuable town prop erty. If vou want a home, come and for Balls, Parties, etc, see J.CThompsoi, agent for Honaker, the Florist, see mi. J. C Hemhill, . Lexington. It Real Estate Agent, Killed by Train. Notice. Sam Newland, son of 0. P. Newland' If you call for Potts Flour at the leading grocers, and they haven't got of Lincoln, was killed in a wreck at it, or.ier direct from H. C. Potts, Buck l'ine Hill, Wednesday morning. eye, Ky. Wagon in town d.tily. I have just received a special line of Mm samples from The Royal Tailors, of a to he given away Chicago, fresh from the mills, and thej' lne by J. B. Jennings is on exhibition are beauties. Call and see them. J. C. Hemphill. at W. J. Romans' carriage shop. E.v amine it and then come in and take s Save Money. nov-chance on it. In or.ier to increase my sales I will The sooner a cough or cold is cure.i sell goods, already priced low, at without harm to the sufferer the b&t reduction leaving me the smallest ter. Lingering colds are dangerous. margin known to the trade. Come, Hacking cough is distressing One and I will convince you of the fac' Minute Cough Cure quickly cures it Many sales an. small p oil is, is my Why suller when such a cougu cure is motto, an it will yield more, in the within reach? It is pleasant to 1 end, than few sales and large profits. " M D. Hughes, Agent. taste. At Stormes" Drug Store. ln 10-- 2 uucK-ooar4 I 1 Entertainment. There will be an entertainment at Brother Barnes. New Antioch church Saturday evening at C:30 o'clock, for the benefit of the The Stanford Journal says a friend church. Everybody invited. Admis there has received a letter from Rev. George O. Barnes saying that he has sion 15 cents. opened a meeting in Washington City. To Correspondents. He went to New York to see about the We will be very thankful if you will publication of i.is book, haying only send in your communications a day enough money to take him thither. earlier next week. The Record will Since then a friend in Omaha has sent appear on Thursday in order that the Miss Marie the money and other things force may hustle around for a little ex necessary for the tr.p and she has tra diet on Thanksgiving. joined her father at the capital. Preaching nt CartersvlIIe. Dr. E. U. Tierce., president of Ken tucky Wesleyan College, Winchester. will preach at Cartersville, Sunday morning, iNovemoer st, at ii ocioctc, so we are requested to announce oy Rev. Clay. 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 Will received many compliments from superior officers. He has been sick since coming from Cuba but is about all right now. Will says army life far irom being the pic nic it is cracked up to be, and he has enough of it Xhe Campbell-We- st There were about 300 cattle on the market Monday and probably two- thirds of them changed hands. A few but extra good feeders brought 4 4c was the ruling price. Some went as however. Heifers were low as 3 Butcher stuff was slow at 3 2 to S not in much demand but some sold as The mule and horse hieh as 3a3 market was dulL Journal. c We are showing some Nice Tailor-Mad- e Suits for Ladies at prices from $10. to $20. OllX lin6 Of all and Winter Dress f oods SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. is Complete and prices Low nil T1VT TOUR UNDERWEAR 25 Per Cent, e "bought our The bird law expired last Tuesday and many pot hunters have been out to try their luck. Birds are said to te very scarce in the county, but hunters are very much on the order 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 thfc 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. The LOGAN DRY GOODS 60. T. S. Elkin has purchased of R. H. lomlinsori the Marrs storeroom. Erect nice building- - there now. Colonel, See Lillard & Stout's holiday goods and help the old town along. at Danville. They're as fine as you can find in the city. I have decided to locate in Lancas ter and will move here, with my famiThe Lancaster Post G. A. R. will ly, about December 1st, to practice my have a called meeting Saturday after profession. W. Burnett, M. D. noon. Jim D Hon, Quartermaster. For sale Typewriter. Je Haselden. Wedding, Of Us and Sire we never before had such values to offer. inMay when prices were at the very lowest and the Manufactures were glad to tak. orders to keep their mill running. "We have some bargains that will be a great sur. ise to you. Come and see what we can give you for 50c per suit. Our suits at $1.00 e the greatest bargains ever offered in underwear. underwear way back SEE DDI MEN'S BUELLi BOOTEES, all gone. Prices A HEAVY BOOTS. $1.50. Come and get a pair before they ar. $3.50, $4.00 arid $5.00. gEST LINE OF MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS TTITVTmn T l.lHTii XX rnnTrTr fD nw iHEAPIST SEE UUK7;50 BEST pST9 f2EULSTERS. AND $10 SHIRT ON THE 50 CEHT COLORED MARKET. Line of Neckwear See our - Hovelties in' Umbrellas ft HE LOGAN ft - FGOfW OBI NS CIALTY. R 0 N. Lancaster, Kentucky. Tretty Store. Appointed Arsenal Keeper. J. C. Thompson has put in the latest A special says W. A. Berkele, of style show cases and otherwise fitted this city, has been appointed keeper of Kev. Morrison Coming. up his store for the holidays. the State Arsenal at Frankfort The We have been informed that Rev. H. Lillard & Stout, the Danville drug place pays S300. C. Morrison, the noted Methodist di gists, will have the finest line of Xmas We are offering for sale buggies. vine, will begin a series of meetings goods in Central Kentucky. See their surries, phaetons, road wagons and this city the first Sunday in next ad. harness at lower prices than ever of month. Our informant says Rev. Mor- fered in Lancaster. Oyster Supper. .rT" f bere W. J. Romans, Carriage Co The ladies of Pleasant Grove church will serve an oyster supper atthe resFree to Danville. Stock Fens. idence of Mr. TotnAdams on ThanksThe remaining toll gate between & movement, is on loot to build a giving night All cordially invited. here and Danville was taken off Mon large stock yard in the edge of town day night, Boyle county having for the benefit of the court day traders Bottom l'rices, end This idea has beed quite successful in I am bound to sell goods, and in or boughtS its miles, of the road. There Important Meeting. were for which the court many towns, and the traders there a num der to do so I am selling absolutely paid SI, 000 per mile. The Fiscal Court has invited now prefer the yards to having cattle goods, from Wanamakar fc prominent tax payers to meet all-womixed up on the streets. The stock ber of Closed Thanksgiving-Thursday, afternoon, Brown, at Philadelphia prices. Suits on court days get the streets in miser with them this, The merchants will close Thanks- for the purpose of. discussing the best for 58, $10.50 and.S12.50 that cost from able condition and they frequently disposing of the turnpike S3 to $5 more elsewhere. They are ffivinsr tor cnurcn service in tne morn remain that way until a rain cleans method of bond 5. Any citizen who feels enough selling and giving satisfaction. Come ing, and will also keep their doors them. We hopa the yards will be and save money. Fits guaranteed or shut in the afternoon, in order to give erected, as they have proven in alloth- - interest in the matter should be pres no pay. M. D. Hughes, Agt the employees a few minutes breathent "this afternoon and give his views towns to be a great convenience ing spell. on the subject The court has receiv Electric Rail ICoad. to all concerned. ed a bushel basketful of letters and "Ve Want at Once has the f ol Sunday's Conrier-JournCapt. McFarland Here. telegrams from all over the country lowing dispatch from Lexington which Several reliable salesmen to sell our Capt W. C. McFarland, of the 16th making inquiry into the matter and is news to the people of Richmond: 'A complete line of supplies for ThreshInfantry, was here last week for a few wantinsr the bonds. J. hey will cer company is being formed in this city ers. Mills, Factories, Engines, eta day's visit to relatives and old friends. tainly bring a good figure, as the coun- to build an- - electric railway between Steady and profitable work all year He was in the fight at Santiago and y is in as &ood condition as any in Lexington and Richmond, Ky., dis round. Address The Crown Supply while taking part in the charsre up the the state. L.ast year, oeiore ma iuru- - tfin- - of twentv-tw- o miles. The prin Co., Cleveland. Ohio. It famous San Juan hill was wounded in Pko question was voted on. the county - . pronioters are W. J. Loughridge, Too Much Powder. 1U a piece of shelL The mis- - levy was lower toan it uau the nead by of the Electric Street While out hunting, Clay Green, the sle knocked him down and it is sup-- fifteen years. As matters now stand, ComDany ani Dr. Bennett, President owns excellent buildings, all o- - of the National Exchange Bank. The colored musician, was badly injured posed that in this way the report was she q wiU cogt $125,000. sent here that he had been killed, which are paia lor ana in spienaia It will cross by the gun bursting. Both eyes were The wound only kept him out of the shape, and her expenses are as low as the Kentucky river at Clay's Ferry closed for a day or two, but his sight is much improved now, and tne chan fijht for a few minutes "and he was it is possible to make them, as saia Important Baling. ces are in his favor. soon back on the firing line. Judging aboye, there will be no tro uble whatA ruling with reference to the war from his warm reception in Lancaster Aver in sellinc the bonds, and the rate The Eayal Im Ue fclKst rafc hakim fmm4 I he has a lot of good friends here. He of interest will be lower than the most revenue act, which will be of the great I Actfl Utrnwhrnr it i bna. fartiNX Um otJwr feraaa, expects to be ordered back to Cuba or enthusiastic had hoped lor. It you est interest to persons having dealings I tfcirt see this before the meeting is held, go with banks, has been made by Commis Rico in a short time. Porto to the Court House and help talk the sion er of Internal Revenue Scott . .Card frcm Bro. Campbell. Some time ago one of the Cincinnati matter over. - As it will be impossible for me to ex banks endeavored to evade the placing ChristmasI Christmas! Christmas! of a revenue stamp on its checks by press my gratitude personally to my permitting the depositors to give refriends for their kindness to me on the Stormes' Drug Store. ceipts instead for the money which ive of my departure from among them, I will do so through The Record. 1 It's a little early, but. we can't keep a they drew out Other banks, of course extend to the members of my church good thing always. We want to tell objected to this procedure and the and my lythian brothers my heart leu you that this year we will give over matter was submitted to the Attorney thanks for their kind remembrances. our entire store for three) weeks to the General for an opinion. In accordance with the latter, deposi Also to my irienus ot the other church - display of CHRISTMAS- GOODS ex- s, and those who bcloncr to no church clusivelv for the benefit of the careful tors of banks can draw out money with yet friends. JDhese expressions reveal Christmas Shoppers We have been out.affixincr a stamp to a check an in to me your appreciation of me as pas - getting ready since last "July. Don't stead therefor gives receipts. tor, iriends and c.tizen. If on earth think of buyingy&ny thing until yon This, however, holds good only we should never all see each v other examine what we have. A little later where the depositors themselves with let us so live as to meet in heav - we will, tell you mora, aoout it Our draw the money. ' Others who present en. Mrs. Campbell joins with me in goods are now coming in' and we cheeks for payment mast affix" a stamp S&SSJM CO., MIW WGK gratitude to alL T.H. Campbell, hereto as usaaL.,haven't time to write any. more. uSirr' The marriage of Rev. T. H. Campbell and Miss Chloe West took place at the Baptist church Tuesday morning at ten o'clock. The arrangements were carried out as stated in our last issue. The church was crowded almost to suffocation by the friends of the con tracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. Camp of many bell were the recipients beautiful and costly present s, in fact we do not remember of any couple having been so well remembered by their friends. Among the list was set of handsome table and tea spoons from the Knights of Pythias lodge ant dock presented by the and an members of Mr. Campbell's congrega tion. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell left for Washington immediately after the ceremony. They have the well wishes of the entire community. oct-21-- tf 2 . - uu c- I I -- POWDER I I - - y V X. -- CENTRAL EKGOKD ALUAOETON. iSTONE. JBerea, Mr. ..and Wm. Whitakar sra re joicing .over the appearance at a fine BTKET WEEK BT Mr. E. JL ryjb.ee, ,?t Waco, Attended girl baby m the 13th inst the Quartwly meeting held, hers Sat $er. W. H. Weal, of Winoaafctsr, will fill bit regular appointment at Scott's urday ant Sunday. , KENTUCKY; LaSCAST-ERamaeutt, .who Fork, Saturday night, Sunday morn The family of Dave here three weeks ago for Illinois, ing and 8unday night .$1.00 left ADVaKC. OKK YSA.S, IT Born, to the wife of Mitchell Lane, left on Monday to join him. Mr. War " TKBMB gtxMOKTHI. " TKBKB nacutt drove through in his carriage on the 8th. a fine girl. reaching his destination ou the 8th J. J. Moberley sold to Saunders and inst. Walker, a bunch of shoats at 2 per FRIDAY, November, 18, 1898 Rev E. A. Paddock, now located at pound James Clouse also sold a bunch c Berca, but better known as thc"Ro.ky or shoat to same party at 2 s.tiei:h who have to return toCu Mountain Evangelist," will preach at James Clouse bought of IL C. Fowgreat the Methodist church here on next ler a bunch of fat hogs at 3 cents per La are looking forward to it with Those who fought on tne isi- Sunday at S:S0 p. m. pound. and hare never gotten the malaria out Mr. Allen Wilson, of lttino'w, who Your Haramack to o their systems yet, and a returnana was born here C7 years ago, and who boasts of a 58 pjund pumpkin. You e means certain illness the sent helped to convert this vicinity from a are not in it, boys. C M. Moberley i robablv death. Men should be wilderness into a settlement, is visit has one of his own raising which have never been there, and who lie says if you ing here. Mr. Wilson, with the rest weighs 65 pounds. be a mighty good idea to sen would family.left here 53 years want to raUe. pumpkins you had bet been pawing the oarth of his father's those who have ago to seek their ortune in Illinois, ter come down in de bluegra&s regions. to get to the front. but cam.i back on ft yis.it in 18Q1. He The steamer Burnside will- take has no relatives here, but came back down a load of tobacco Sunday morn- AM. the soldiers have been ord an absence of 34 more again frjm Lexington to southern camps. years, after says, "to see once more tag. If you want to ship yours, put as he While Qac'.e Sam's boys may hava left before he dies the 'Uaker .amily,' his it at the landing Saturday afternoon. Miss Mary Leavell will give an ele a good jo'.l of money in the city, the formar school mates." gant entertainment at the close of her people arc doubtless glad they have On the 12th inst, Mr. Frank Wylie, school at Pleasant llilL All invited gonr. It is impossible to get that raa aged 39 years, made his 3rd matrimo. to attend. Wednesday night, the 23rd nv mpn together without a lot toughs being among them and this nial venture, taking for his bride, Miss, inst c.: s always mike themselves a nuis. Lizzie Est idge, a lass of only 17 sumMrs. J. A. Atnon, of McCreary, our mers The wed.ling was a very quiet teacher at Soti'd Fork, spent part of ance and kick up the devil generally. one, but the night was made hideous last week with friends in this vicinity by a crowd of rowdies who made prom- John Roberts and family, ot" Little A lot of Indiana preachers whereasof propri- Uickman, spent from Friday 'til Mon es and risnved against Sunday funer inent their uncivilized his i getting things down to a ety and amusement, by engaging in day, with T. L. Saunders aud family. als. fine p jint. We will venture the asser- what they are pleased to call a chari- Miss Lou Land has returned home tion they will never resolve against vari, but which the more enlightened from an extended visit to her sister. cit zens regard as the Mrs. Robert D tvis, of Pink, Ivy. Mrs eating a b'g dinner the poor women and folks have ha'l to stands over a hot most genuine reiic of barb irism by Grow and tatniiv, anrt Miss stove an cok on the Sabb.ith day which thev kre occasionally annoyed Lizzie Tomlinson, spe.it Saturiay an.i " without the protection of the law. Sunday with Nute Grow au l am lv, because "ihe pre- c;it was there Just why a lot of "tough" should be Oi Judion. on It is s:id Col. John 11. Ca&tlemaii is aiiowL-- to vis.t one's in yelling any In 18b7 Mr Thomas Mclnti sh' of Al and nursing a small boom 'or governor. occasion and indulge lentown, Tenn., had an attack of dys The kurnul stands about as much shooting, and sisturb the community it ut being entery which became chronic. "I was as tvoul i a tat m m in perdition or two mi.es around show many things treated by the best physicians in hast is oni' of without a f:m lannesso without a cure," he says. we uou't 'Finally I tried Chamberlain's Colic KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. Late to be.i and early to rise, pre Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Afpares a man for iiis home in the skies ter using about twelve bottles I was Condition of Crops and Live Stock But early to bed and a Little Early cured sound and welL" For sale by 1808. vcmber 1st, Riser, the pill that makes life longer R. E. McRoberts, lm report for November is made and better and wiser. At Stormes. Ihe Drug Storj. lm BACK CREEK. up from replies received from 148 correspondents, representing 104 counMARKSBURY Hog killing time is now at hand, the ties. j oiliest of the year. WHEAT. W. P. Tuggle sold to B. F. Robinson From what we have already heard, Wheat sowing was interrupted dur- a nice lot of cattle at 3c. it is useless forCoL Jeems Burnside to ing October by the continued wet T. L Herring sold to B. F. Robinson go all the way to Dix rive-- , if suckers weather. In many counties the soil a lot of hogs at 2 aud 3j. are what he is fishing for. was too wet to cultivate for a period II. D. Aldridge sold to Pritchett They are putting new wheels on ev of three weeks, while in the most fa- Bro., a lot of corn at $1 per bbl. in the ery old vehicle on Bac't Creek, getting vored cotinties farmers were unable field. ready for free free pikes. We are then to proceed for a few days only withevery day. Hugh Aldridge bought of par tie coming out interruption by rain. At this date Kindly excuse us for our (November 1st) a large per cent, of the near Hubble, a sow and eight pigs for last week. The truth of it is, we acreage remains to be sown. Farm $12 5 J. Quite a crowd trom this community were paralyzed when election day ers generally hed prepared their tallow land early and many seeded dur- attended the Campbell-V- v est wedding, came off and no one had sought our influence. It was too much for us; we ing the month of September. This Tuesday. ear'y wheat has been the prey of HesThe turkey trade is quite lively and fear the country is going to the eter sian fly and other insect enemies of turkey buyers are seen at every cross nal bow wows. tbe young wheat plant to such an n road. The current price is 7c per lb. Mr. Editor, did you ever try to put of much of it has that stovt-pip- e when it seemed you had Miss Sallie Johnson, of Burgin, i: up been found necessary. Where free visiting friends in this community. 16 different sizes of joint? If you nevfrom injury from insects early wheat M F. Rout and Sallie Fox, er have you are a lucky man and stand has made phenominal growth and Mesdames Chrysanthemum show at some chance for the next world. We some of it in fact has reached the attended a have lately had some experience in stage. A continuance of Danville last week. Mr. M. G. Aid. that line, but hope to get forgiveness jointing" ridge visited friends in Brodhead, Snu the growing season will soon render it for what we said and did, and have no li: b e to injury by the slightest freeze. day. Messrs. M. F. Rout and A. J more We consigned the inventor and Rice, Sr., have returned from Martins eonditioaof the cr p averages 90 very much improved in every maker of stove pipes to that for the State. 'Ihe highest average, ville, lad., Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rice warm bourne from which we hope health. 100, is shown in the southeastern disnone could ever return, but now, in to house trict. In the central district the con- have goneWe have nokeeping near his our cooler moment, we hope none are doubt but what dition averages 05, and the average father's. missing. About the time we had gotfor the western district is 87. On No- the young couple will enjoy house- ten fairly started a fellow came along vember 1st, 1S97, the condition for the keeping, and be quite happy in their and made some suggestions, (no doubt State was 62, and for a corresponding new home. with the best of feelings an intentions) A cmgh is not like a fever. It date of 1S95 the condition was 93. but the look we gave him haunts us The estimates on the acreage are, to not have to run a certain course. Cure still. To make matters worse, when a certain extent, unreliable, owing to it q lickly and effectually with One we were about to give up in despair, the fact that a large per cent of the Minute Cough Cure, the best remedy and were using some of our choicest crop remains to be sown-- Prepara- for all ages and for the most severe ca expressions, a neighboring lady paid tions were undoubtedly begun for an ses. We recommend it because it's us a call. Did you ever hear of a supunusally large acreage, but the injury good. At Stormes' Drug Store, lm pressed volcano? We felt like one. to early wheat and the delay in get We wanted to erupt, but politeness for ting the late wheat in the ground will bade it At last we gave up and went SWEENEY. acreage and estimates to be affect the off to ourselves to meditate on the made next month will be taken as O. B. Perkins bought 13 calves at ups and downs, especially to that part acreage at this final. The estimated relating to stove pipes. $9.15 cts. per head. date, taking the State, is 107, as com S. Morgan bougnt 9 fat hogs from pared with acreage of 1897. The largTbe Best Plaster. est increase is shown in the few coun- W. H. Brown Tuesday. A piece of flannel dampened with W. J. Brown, of Pulaski, has thirties of the southeastern district where Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound the crop is grown. Here the acreage teen yearling mules for sale at O. B. on to the afiected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with a is estimated at 117, as compared with Perkins'. 1897. The acreage in the central secpain in the chest or side, or a lame S. Morgan has shingles at R. A. tion is 103 and in the western 105, as back, give it a trial. You are certain sale. Call and see his lot Stone's for to be more than pleased with the compared with 1897. before purchasing elsewhere. prompt relief which it affords. Pain I'ASTIJRES AND LIVE STOCK. Pastures are still good and show a Miss Hattie House, of Gilberts Creek, Balm is also a certain cure for rheucondition of 108 as compared with av- spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. matism. For sale by B. E. McRoblm erage years Live stock generally are ani Mrs. Taylor House. Your corres- erts. in a thrifty coudition and will enter pondent, Miss Fannie B. Austin, is visHAM MACK. the winter in best possible condition.. iting in Richmond, this week. The condition of hogs being fed for Taylor House sold to L. K Perkins J. H. McQuerry has sold his crop of market is 94, as compared with aver- 103 barrels of corn at $1 25 per bbl. corn to E H. Walker. age years. Hogs, as a rule, are report- Also Loyd Bourne sold to W. M.Gooch, People have been moving around ed plentiful, but the weight is not up of Lincoln, 100 barrels, and Levi Elam considerably this week. Henry Adison to the average. Cholera prevails to a sold 100 barrels to Holtsclaw Bros, at moved to W. H. Furrs from S. E. k limited extent only; 96 correspondents same price. and several bthers have been report cholera or other disease in a A candy pulling was given by Mr. moving around. mild form. and Mrs, Reuben Dudderar WednesThere is a little rumor of about two GENERAL REMARKS. day night. Those present were Misses weddings in this vicinity very soon. The amount of corn damaged in Lou Zilla and Carrie Archer, Ocie and Look out girls. shock and on stalk by wet weather is Sallie Dudderar, Jennie and Gracie Will and Ben Kennedy visited last exceeding all predictions. A few cor- Morgan, Messrs Craig Gooch, George respondents estimate that 40 per cent and Robert Archer, Ceph Morgan, week at J. H. McQuerry's. Mr. Bobert of the crop is worthless, while the Henderson Folie. .Never before was a Dillon, of Fleming County is visiting brother-in-laC W. Graves. most conservative estimate the loss at more pleasent afternoon spent by a his 15 to 20 per cent. The trouble in. gencrowd of young people. Highly Valued Present. eral, and unless the injury is much exMr. and Mrs. Lon Gray and their Shortly before her death, our mother very much afaggerated the son and fect what was considered the largest little W. P. Dan, are visiting Mr. Bak- gave us a solid silver goblet which was Mrs. Deshon. Mrs. Ellen presented to our father in the year 1857 yield ever produced. The ears are Mt. Vernon, is visiting her Bro- by the citizens of Lincoln county. It still very sappy and perfect maturity er, ofMr. W. H. Brown and family this bears the inscription: The present appears to have been proven ted by the ther week. Mr. John Brown of this vicinitj' was made during the existence unusally moist season. who has been sick for some time is of "Landram's Cornet Band" and while Farmers whose growing wheat is able to be out again. Miss Wadie organization was playing for- a suffering from insects are requested to Thompson is very sick at this writing that fair at Stanford. Many old send specimens the insect working Miss Ocie and Sallie Dudderar visited remember the band and some citizens the octhe injury to Prof. Garman Entomolo- Miss Jennie and Gracie Morgan Tues- casion of the presentation. gist of the Agricultural Experimental day and Wednesday. Station at Lexington, or to this office, Premiums. in o der that remedies or preventAlthough our prices are as low as the Xielay are Dangerous. to increase patronage, the atives may be suggested. Many of our friends, or people whom lowest, Tailoring comnan.y Howard ChicaLucas Moobe, you know of have coatracted consump- go, will give an 'American of Silveroin Commissioner of Agriculture. tion, pneumonia or other fatal diseases watch, or a high class, handsome umby neglect of a simple cold or cougb. brella, latest style handle, value $2.50 overcoat, CUBAN RELIEF cures ni4Ui.MA CoIic- - Neunurf and Toothache Foley's Honey aad Tar, a safe, sure with each suit of clothes ernnt aIiiiiim nfthAm. Thh-itnIT lulirorS nlil "in five minufei. Sour Stomach andmleasaat caaoh m.ril.Sn M. D. Hgheey At and Summer CoapUlaU. Priee, have aaved them. It U gu&raateel Jtead. a 4 nest-hol1 ffiy. ffe9, Amsa and wife, of attended church here Sunday, M. P T)o 1 McRoberts' Drug Store. J tt Complete stock of apers Everything kept in Store. a First-Clas- s School Booka Talj lets, Toilet Articles, "We will offer you for 1 week "beginning Saturday Nov. 12 1898. 18 Its Standard Granulated Sugar for. . .$1. 6 qt Tin Bucket 09 IQagaziljeg Handsome Stationery. mm THE KENTUCKY McRoberts' Drug Store, 3 Cakes Lenox Soap 08 1 lb Best Baking Powders for 10 1 Gal Coal Oil for 09 Also received a nice line of Baisins, Figs Prunes and citrons which will sell extra cheap! Yours For Cash, BLUE GASS GROCERY CO. ELECTION. ALMOST DESERTED. Democrats Claim a Gain of Two Member of Conercis Tliey Control tbe Court of Appeal. Hon Troop Gu., T America, Camp Hamilton for the Camp of tbe Second EPH. P. BROWN, Mgr. Urigradr, tirenntt DivUioiu Fbanktort, Ky., Nov. 9. The following. Congressmen were elected Tuesday. Flrst-Chr-- rles K. Wheeler, dem. Second Henry Allen, dem. Third John S. Khea, dem.; Fourth D. H. Smith, dem. Fifth Oscar Turner, dem. Sixth Albert St Berry, dem. Seventh E. E. Settle, dem. G. Gilbert, dem. Eiehth-- Q Ninth M. Williams, dem. -Tenth-T. Y. Fitzpatrick. dem. Eleventh Vincent Boreing. rep. Doubtful. This is sl certain pain of two congressmen for tfce democrats, with a "n;slble gain of three. te utid-'-tai- i 4 The present congrslo il delegation stands ! even dircocrnts to ton icpublicans. 'ice biggest victory, however, was in the Third a r nail ate court district, which was car ried by McKinley in 1SW by 2.80U mnJorltjrr Hobson. the democratic nominee for judge, not only overcame this majority, but has won, with about 8,000 voles to spare. His majorities were In the following counties: Anderson 253. Barren 81. Bullitt 570. Hardin 1,020, Hart 03, I.aruo 90, Marion 593, Nelson CSS, Oldham 3.6, Spencer 402. Washington 210, Taylcr 216, Metcalf 53, total 5,0. Jones, bis republican opponent, carried Clinton by 385. Pulaski 1.100. Russell 228, Wayne . total . This makes Hobson's majority 3,789, with the counties ot Adair, Casey, Shelby and Whitley to hear from. These couutles can not ro&sibly reduce his majority to less than-3,00tnd It may reach over i5,u .ocisviixx, Ky , Nov. 9.Returna at that the democrats show conclusively have swept Kentucky, electing 10 congressmen 6nd tbe appellate judge In the Third DUtriot. The Tbe state has gone democratic by estimated pluralities are: First District, Wheeler. 6.CC0; Second. Allen. 4,500; Third. Rhea, 3.500; Fourth, Smith. 2.000; Fifth. Turner, 558: Sixth. Berry. 1.500; Seventh, Settle, Z.SC0; Eighth, Gilbert. 2,800; Ninth. Williams, 1.200; Eleventh. Bor-rln1.500; Tenth. Fitzpat-.ick- . rep., 3.000; Third Appellate District, Hob-to- Lexington, Ky., Nov. 14. The 12th New York regiment left Sunday for Americus, Ga., where the new camp of the Sd brigade, 2d division, is located The 3d Mississippi left Monday morning for the south and there is no regi ment 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 lat ter date Gen. Sanger breaks up division 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 Off ice, broken up. Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco. National Bank. R. KINNIARD PERKINS SET FREE. Cooaty Prosecutor PoNcrove Refused t Proeeeute Him for Killing; His Son-t- n Law, J. W. Newton. 4IT FOR ttl PENIN(? A Fraskfokt, Ky., Nov. 14. Sergt. Perkins, who killed his J. W. Newton, was Saturday morning dismissed by County Judge Moore, on motion of County Attorney Polsgrove. Attorney Polsgrov.e stated that Newton had wronged Perkins' eldest dem., 3.Z0O. Pauucah, Ky., Nov 9. The congressional daughter three years ago and married ccntest In this district Is definitely enough llf ftf A rt vnSv, a -clintm,n rt ... 11 ..w.b known. Wheeler, dem., defeat Reeves, pop., ' by fully i.000 votes. Every county In the dl- - months ago he wronged his wife's un- trict gives Wheeler a majority ranging front married sister. Polsgrove said he ., . . . ... DUIU I.CUU. 1IU3 l ll unicc aj uuuutjr uuucuj ..1.l rusc iu protcuic tncmuier majority, while Reeves" county give him (Ballard) voted against blm 375 majority. The for killing Newton under such justifia- Vl I COO i n Vote cast was small, being less than nail, ine hleeirenmRtar.ii!T..iallv Sow. republicans who kept out ot the race to vote ton had returned armed and intendfor Reeves deserted him almost to a man- Lexington, Nov. . The entire local ticket ed to kill his father-in-laThere was was elected in the and the majority which Hon. Evan E. Settle, will receive over applause when Polsgrove completed Capt Thomas J. Hardin, his republican an- - his statement and hearty cheers when taBonlst for the Ashland district seat In con- - Judge Moore - Fine Holiday Novelties TO BE AT IILLARD Many Attractive Features not Displayed by other Stores L'LLARD It Hit S6 STOUT. ex-U- The Flnce the palmy days of Breckinridge. vote in 29 precincts Is: Settle, 2,680; Hardin, 639. The three precincts yet to hear from and unavailable Tuesday night will increase the majority to fully 2,200. Richmond, Ky.. Nov. 9. Returns from nine cut of ten counties In tbe Eighth congressional district Indicate that Gilbert, dem.. Is elected by at least 1,000, and his majority may reach 1,500. T-i- democratic candidate for judge court ot appeals, carried this county over Jones, rep., by 1,020 majority. Eighteen counties heard trom In this appellate district give Hobson, dem., a majority of 4.995, with four counties to hear from. Those counties will give Jones, rep., about 3,000 majority, leaving Hobson a majority ot 2,000. Republicans concede Hobson's eleetlon by 1,000 majorlty; Elizabkthtown, Ky., Nov. 9. Hobson, LOUISVILLE FAILURE. Blunufac-tnrer- s, Caible, Smith & Co., Filed a Deed of Assignment Saturday. ' Raible, Louisville, Smith & Co., manufacturers of tin plate ware at Preston and Lampton streets, filed a deed of assignment Saturday in the county clerk's office. Christopher Wright was named as assignee. The liabilities and assets are estimated at S70,000 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 accounts. Ky., Nov. 14. . The Spot When suffering irom a severe cold ordered that the defend- and VOUr throHt ai.ri Itinera f..l take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar, ant be discharged from custody. When the soreness1 wm oe a t once" relieved, a warm grat e Fatal F.ght Between Soldier. ful feeling and healing of Lexington, Ky., Nov. 15. Private narts nrfil be experie n Ed. McCarthy and Corporal John ced and you will say; "It leels so irood Nixon, both of Company D, 3d en- IT HITS the SPOT." It is guaranteed- gineers, became engaged in a fight llenrnidnnt' of MCInip). Monday night, which will result fatalQueen Victoria, who has been 60 ly for Nixon. Both were intoxicated. years on tbe throne of Great Britain. They had been left by their regiment. is the niece of William. IV., who was Nixon called McCarthy a liar and the the brother of George IV., who was latter drew a whisky bottle and beat the son of George III., who was the Nixon's head to a jelly, wounding him grandson of George 11 who was the son of George I., who was the cousin fatally. ol Anne, who was the sister-in-laof New School Superintendent. James II., who was the brother of MUNFORDVILI.E, Ky., Nov. 15. Hen. Charles II., who was the son of Charles J. C. B. Joyce, of Bonnieville, has I., who was the. son of James I., who been appointed school superintendent was the cousin of Elizabeth, whn v the sister of Mary, who was the sister for Hart county by County Judge to fill the vacancy caused by or .toward. VL., who was the son of the death of Willis Riggs. Mr. Joyce Henry VIII., who was the son of Bich-ar- d VII., who was the cousin of Richwas a member of the lower house of ard II., who was" of Edward the Kentucky legislature from. Hart TV., who was thethe uncle Henry son of IV., county in 1803. who was the cousin of Richard II., who was the grandson orf Edward II., who More Tollgatr Torn Dawn. vi as the son of Edward I., who was the Williamstown, Ky., Nov. ten of Henry III., who was the son of night raiders tore down the Johtn, who was the brother of Richard on the Owen-Lin- e piko, running I., who was the son, of Henry.II., who from this city to the Owen county line. was the cousin of Stephen, who was Threats were made to burn the gates the cousin of Henry I., who was the if they should be replaced. The gates brother of William Ruf us, who was the will be legally removed within a few aon of William the Conqueror, 800 years ago. Cincinnati Enquirer. weeks. toll-gat- es W. H. LACKEY, Successor to Lackey A Gulley. First-Cla- s LIVB1Y STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES SPKCIAL ATTENTION TO TfiAVEUNC MEN Fruit. Flowers. Sha c'e. Blue Grass Nurseries. and all stock grown in nurseries. Prices reasonable, as we emnlov no agents. Descriptive catalogue on Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Fruit and Ornamen tal Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Small Fruits, Rhubard, Asparagus Fall, 1S3S. Phone H. F. 27. HILLENMEYFR Lexington.Ky Ham-mac- w loss-wil- l - nataiii(ti; t 2S-CM- election for president resulted a ert Walters, a prominent farmer of deadlock. Mr. A. H. Brachey andinDr. Rich Pond, this county, committed sui- G. F. Simpson each had seven votes. cide. The young man went up to his After 31 ballots the board adjourned. d shotroom, placed a gun across the bed, knelt down beside liver Serv'ce for the Battleship Kentucky. it and with a piece of wood pushed Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 15. Officers of the trigger. The entire top of his the 4th Kentucky have organized to head was blown off and the blood raise a subscription in the regiment to and brains were scattered over the the silver service fund for the battleroom. ship Kentucky. Ills Murderer Unknown. Henderson's Full Vote. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 14. Dead, with Henderson, Ky Nov. 12. The vote a bullet through his heart, Jupiter of Henderson county is as follows: Lewis, an aged and respectable colored Total vote cast, 1.9S7; Allen, 1,278; man, was found by Patrolman-SavagFowler, 243; Jolly, S47; James, US. on East Third street, Lewis Was un- For the bond issue, S15; against the doubtedly murdered, but the police bond issue, 027. Allen's majority, 569; have no clew io the perpetrator of the his plurality over Fowler, regular re deed. Lewis was vice president of the publican nominee, is 1,025. Colored Fair association, and was quite Return From Menefe Coaaty. well to do. Frencbburg. Ky., Nov. 13. The D pbtheria Spreading; In Nrwport. Newport, Kyv Nov. 14. The board complete vote in Menefee county for (dem.) of health reports 13 cases of diphthe- congressman was: Fitzpjttrick ria, with a new one, Clem Air, of 15 414; Seitz (rep.) 267; Witt (pop.) 1. Sloped Fro'n School. west Fifth street. The dreaded disease Bowuno Gbeen, Ky., Nov. 15. Misa has found its way into the schools, principally in the Fourth street school. Lillian Buchanan, of Campbellsville, Health Officer Locke was instructed to aged 17 years, a pupil of Potter colvisit the schools, and if necessary or- lege, this city, and Mr. Edward Peter-eoof LannsvUle, eloped from here der them closed until they are disinSaturday afternoon and were married fected. . at Jefferson ville Saturdry night, PetTo Canvas the Klectlon Rataras. erson is 30 years old. Fbankfobt, Ky., Nov. 16. The state e'ection "commissioners will meet at A Queer ? Medicine. Frankfort next Wednesday to canvass There is a medicine whose proprietors do not clalxi to have discovered the election returns. Miss Caroline Swartout, 92 years old, a ome. hitherto unknown ir gredient, or ia cure-al- l. This hoaest is dead at her home in Paterson, N. J. that it aclaims to curecerta in dise aconly Miss Swartout was the last lineal de- es, and that its ingredience are recognized 'by the moat skilled physicians as scendant oi a family well known in y. beiar the beat for Kidney aad Bladder NewYwk nd Diacuec. It is Foley' Kidney Care. double-barrelee Med-iciNew-Jerse- School Board. Nov. 15. The old K lied Himseir With a Shotgun. Bowling Green, Ky., Nov. 14. Frank school board adjourned sine die and the new one met for organization. The Walters, aged 25 years, son of Mr. RobDeadlock In m Louisville, Ky., Sympathetic fiu$band$. Er.R. GoldsiEin, of No 54 Fourth ave., Lonisville, Ky will be at Mason Hotel, Lancaster, Ky. on Monday, Nov. 28, 1898. Returning one day each month. Eyes examined and glasses scientificall y ad us ted. Trained Nurses. The service of Knrseswho have irrtuJnttfA Irom the Louisville Trainine School en secured at the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary of Richmond, KJ Price 15 per week, except in contagions cases, for whieh 30 is charged Application for nurses should be uperint ondantot Infirmary. ORGANIZED IMS. The sympathetic tenderness of a lor. ing husband is everything to- aa expeo tanf mother, especially duriaj; her first ordeal. George Layton, Esq., a prominent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the - niTCHfS NATIONAL BAN! 0P LASniHTRTi. rv following case : Mother's Friend " is a scientifically compounded liniment which, affords certain relief in the various aihtxeats preceding childbirth, aad assures proper elasticity to the cords aad anacles involved in the final ordeaL " Mother's Friend" is sold by drug-ot cxpscatcu os receipt o out ar. Valuable book, "Before Baby k Born," Bailed free oa application. TNC BMtfKUl KtVLATM Cf AikMta. la, A customer of mine, whose wife aas used four bottles of "Mother's Friend before says, after seeing the effects of the remedy, that if she had to go through theerdeal again, and there were bet four bottles oa the market, and the cost was $190 per TwttU., she would nave them. Capital, Surplus Fund $100,000 15,000 BUtmrass soucctxd. Ctarfalad'PromitAUitta GsaraatMtT J. X. HisanrxoTHAK lawu Y. LaxTau. . T. Hcnsoa ft. O. Xismst; O.B. WAiaaa.. rresldsat- - . CaaUar Assistant CaaaV Bookkecper Bring us your Job K. 07t,saM,-JaI J..7iiaawi, . XIUCTOBb: I.M.HIMUIUII XM, Y.LSATBtt, . Printing. . tit 9fm: Jasfia Y. Basons. J.J.auxa T.k.Aaaots, ; . Hrotoi; Now VLW L HISS 1 misers Tip-To- p Up-to-D- ate. is Your Chance to Buy Finest Line of jbT1aI&Ju.i I it 11 il l NnllC Goods Men's Suits and Overcoats Ever shown in Central Kentucky at Prices Lower than you can purchase elsewhere. iner , rI II 1. 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St m Mis Sloes, 60s Ma e. 1 - Suits Gleaned and Prebsed. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ' Phone 136, Free to our customers. Name on every piece PJMS R New Lot nf Cable Card, for cording skirts and waists, just in, 2C a yard. Don't forget that for two weeks we will sell baby caps at cost' See our New Line of Ostrich Tips. i. Special Values in these Goods Noel Sisters, Builders 3f HARDWARE. Locks. Mantles, 1 Us lies . ii Hook aid j mM j Send for catalogue of Silver Novelties. was in town to see a mighty pretty girl who was visiting friends here. Tin Respectfully Jeweler, Optician, young lady in question was the beau-t- i ul Miss Mary Elkin, of Stanford. While close friends of the little A Sure SIkd of Croup. Mccreary. of her intention to marry Mr Hoarseness in a child that issubj-Mo itz,they did not believe the time so 'Phone 85 Our little town is on a boom. A new near at hand. No visitor has ever to croup is a sure indication of the ap- postoffiee is being erected. made more .riends in our town thau proach of the disease. If ChamberThere will be an entertainment givshe. Being a perfect beauty in lains' Cough Remedy is given as soon as did en at new Antioch church next Saturface and figure, and possessing that the child becames hoarse, or even af- day night for the enefitof the church so ter the croupy cough has appeared, it friendly disposition will prevent the attack. Many moth- Admission 15a All are cordially invicnaracieristic of her father, Mike PUIDAY, November, 18, 1898. ted to attend. she was a fav.irjte which Lancas ers who have croupy children always ter society regret ully gives up. The keep this remedy at hand and find that Miss Carrie Hardin, who spent last Louisville C mmercial publishes a it saves them much trouble and worry. week with her sister at Marksbury, prety account o. the elopement, and, It can always be depended upon and is has returned home. Master Charley Saddler spent the first part of the week owinr t i tne popularity 01 uie young pleasant to take. For tale by R. E. with his grand ather, Merrill Hardin. lm. l,.dy an her parents, we publish it in McRoberts. Soaking, healing, cleansing, De uii: Mrs. A ex D nny is in Frankiin, on a Military Snobbery. "Miss Mary E.kin, of Stanford, elop-- d Witt's Witch nazel Salve is the implavisit. and to Louisville with Mr. Edward P. We have had occasion to refer to this cable enemy of sores, burns Butler Fox and family have returno St. L uis. an.l they were species o" snobbery, but what a gen- wounds. It never fails to cure Piles. ed tc Winchester. At btorrae.s' m d in JeQ rsonvtlle bv Magistrate. tleman told Us caps the cli- You may rely upon lm. Amond those who attended the Hause. Re.-ro-t sing the Ohio, t ey utup max He was out at Camp Hamilton, Drusr Store. Mr. Jack Rout, of Stanford, was a Campbell-Wenuptials were Mr. Jno. at the Louisville Iloiel and will spend and in a lent vv e " w visitor here Sunday. Wood and wife, Miss Nannie Kemper, a few days in the Falls City before go- phone. Some officer at the Clareudcu V rjjil Rice is in LaGrange, Ga., to Mr. Jno. Baughmun and wife, of Dan- ing to St. Louis, where Mr. Moritz has Hotel telephoned out there to send a sell a carload of mules. Corn husning is the order of the day ville. built a handsome home for his bride. Government wagon to the Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kinnaird visitThis marriage is the sequel to a pretty Southern Railroad Depot to get his in these parts. Mrs. J. E. Stormes is in Richmond romance which had its beginning at ed Danville last week. There was preaching at Lawson's trunk and bring it to the Clarendon, this week to attend the marriage of Mr. as he had just come by train. To send Chapel Sunday, by Rev. Clay. Sunday with Miss Alene Jackson, who has been a Lancaster, early in September. Mss Lillie Noel sp;nt Moritz had come to Lancaster with a government wagon to go five miles 'Jhere will be meeting at Good Hope her family in Danville. frequent and popular visitor to this Mr. Wade H. Bush, also of St. Lou:s for a trunk that a baggage wagon next Sunday by the pastor, Rev. I. P. Miss Georgia Miller has returned city. to spend two weeks with Mr. Bush's, would have brought for a quarter, was Johnson. from a visit to Louisville. as a little cheeky, to say the least A Miss Sallie Lou Myers gave a charm- parents, who gave them a reception Mr. Thomas White was bittan by his Miss Lulu Graham was visiting ing tea Wednesday evening to Misses the first series of social functions. Miss common soldier who had been sick dog while catching hogs to butcher, friends in Richmond Sunday. Mes- - Elkin, a dainty bit of feraenine loveli was ordered by three officers to take Altie and Bessie Marksbury and ness, with a weaitn 01 uarK Drown their valises to the railroad station, last Saturday morning. Mrs. Robert Humphrey, of Cincinna dames Howard Bice and Louis Lan" Mrs. J. C. Fox has returned home hair, eyes to match, a complexion per- more than a quarter of a mile distant dram. ti, was a visitor here Tuesday. fect and a form divine, was there. This he refused to do, and will proba- from visiting relatives at Somerset L Will'ams and George Attorney Mr. James Slaughter and wife, Mr. Moritz met her and in his admiration bly be court martialed for disobedi Mr. Murry has moved into Miss Sarah Smith were in Danville, Monday. and Mrs. Dority Mahan and Mrs. Sim forgot his Missouri fiance. The visit ence or orders. But he will set up Hammack's tenant house. Danville, to the Bush home was extended so he with his persecutors, for he is a rich When you ask for De Witt's Witch Mr. and Mrs. G S. Gaines visited Slaughter and family, of were guests of G. S. Gaines and family might be more with his new found man and worth more than all the off- Hazel Salvo don't accept a counterfeit friends in Boyle county this week. this week. love. He hired Lancaster carriages icers in his regiment, and will employ or imitation. There are more cases of Mrs. Cornelius Store, of Stanford, by the week, paid more turnpike toll the best lawyers and will give these Piles being cured by this, than Col. Andy Rice and Mr. Millard Rout visited Mrs. George Hardin, last week. than all other travelers combined, in gentlemen as good as they send. Lex- - all others combined. At Stormes' Drug from Martinsville, Ind. his desire to see Miss Elkin daily at have returned ngton Gazette. Dr. O'Bannon and wife, of Stanford, lm Store. Both are about well of rheumatism her Stanford home. His infatuation wedding. attended the Campbell-Weof the won and are loud in their praise two cities. And was the talk of these . Miss Addle' Arnold is the guest of derful waters there.' that infatuation only burned the Mrs. James Hamilton, Lexington Mr. and Mrs T. Currey attended the stronger upon his return to St Louis. birthday dinner given Mr. Harvey Two letters a aay would not suffice. Revs. Mahoney and Crouch, of Stan- Yantis. It was Mr. Yantis' ninety- - He returned to Kentucky again and wedford, attended the Campbell-Wefirst mile stone on life's rough path- again to press his suit -- A handsome ding. way. He ial we are very glad to say, fellow, it was not hard for such an ard pretty Messrs. Horace Herndon and Frank in fine health and holds up remarka ent lover to meet favor in the eyes of this little bluegrass girl. Though A Purely Vegetable Blood I felt so muchI better after taking tw Marksbury visited near Crab Orchard, bly well. bottles, that continued the remedy less than 16, she knew her heart Mor Sunday. and in two months I was cured com Only Remedy is Mrs. Mary E. Young, who has been itz was accepted. But the young la pletely. The cure was permanent, foi ' Mrs. Osee Huffman, of Louisville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Clare Wit- - dy's parents there came the rub. I have never since had a touch o Cure. Rheumatism, though many timet the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. D wer. nee Mtes Alice Fox Young, of They would not consent to their daugh exposed to damp and cold weather Garland, Texas, and other relatives in tei'j marriage at such a tender age; Hughes. Elkanor M. Tippell, months, will return but like the maid swearing she'd ne'er If the people generally knew the 3711 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia Miss Maggie Shupars is in McKin- - Dallas, for several today, accompanied by Mrs. A. consent, consented they did. Miss true cause of Rheumatism, there Those who have had experienci ney, visiting ner orotner, Mr. w. k. home T. Armstrong, her sister, and Miss father, Mr. M. F. Elkin, is one of would bo no such thing as lini- with Rheumatism know that it Shugars. Minnie May. the supreme officers of the Knights of ments and lotions for this painful becomes more severe eaeh year, Misses Kate and Lillian Kinniard requires md disabling disease. The fact is, and like all other blood diseases, Rev. Jno. Bruce, who is now travel Maccabees, which position have returned from a visit to Colum state the doctors are totally unable tc ing representative for the Baptist Ar-- frequent visits to St Louis. Last week Rheumatism is a disordered bus, Ohio. off t he )f the blood it can be reached, cure it. In fact, gns, Louisville, attended the Campbell he went Miss Elkin tipped Mr. John Woods and wife, of Dan West wedding and has been doing fact to her lover and Mr. Moritz sur therefore, only through the blood. the only remedie? which they preville, were visiting friends in Lancas- good workior his paper. The Argus Drised Mr. Elkin bvmeetintr him at But all blood remedies can not cure insisting that he spend Rheumatism, for it is an obstinate scribe are potash ter this week. is one of the very best religious ex the depot and at. the Moritz disease, one which requires a real and mercury, and chantres we fret, and our advice to his time in St Louis Mr. Malcom Thompson and wife, of ac blood remedy something more than though temporar wanting that class of literature home. After much persuasion he Paynes Depot, visited G. S. Gaines and those cepted and the. young man's hospital! a mere tonic. .Swift's Specific is relief may result h to subscribe for Rev. Bruce's paper. ty was so genuine that Mr. Elkin be family this week. remedy, and it the only real blood these remedies pro While in Lexington Saturday a Lan came convinced his intentions were se promptly goes to the very bottom duce a stiffness o. Miss Hallie Rice, of Lower Garrard, caster man called at the Leader office rious t and the consent to the marriage of even the most obstinate case. joints and only in has been visiting Mrs. A. H. Rice, on to see Walter Nichols, who resided followed. Mr. Eikin returned to Stan Danville avenue. A few year3 ago I was "taken with In- tensify the disease. some time when The Rrcobd ford, the date was set, the daughter flammatory Rheumatism.which.though here for S. S. S. never disappoints, fori, "Nic" is looking well bought a handsome wardrobe and the mild at first, became gradually so in- is made to Mr. A. S. Price and Miss Pearl Burn was established. cure these deep-root- e Sunday tense that I was for weeks unable to side, of Stanford, haVe been visiting and sent his regards to all enquiring bridesmaids were named. to Stan walk. I tried several prominent physi- diseases which are beyond friends. He is foreman of the office Moritz made bis regular visit relatives in this city. of all other remedies. I g ford. Wednesday morning he started cians and took their treatment faith; and has charge over all the was unable to get the slightest fully, Messrs. J. R. and Sam Haselden, machines. He sat down at a ma' to leave. The separation dawned on relief. but fact, my condition seemed to cures permanently Rheumatism In made a business trip to Lexington and chine and moulded the following three the lover3 and it was decided not to grow, worse, the pains spread over my Catarrh, Cancer,Scrofnla,Eczema Nicholas ville, Tuesday. lines, which he sent to his old friend: await the 'church wedding" day. Miss entire body, ana from November to and all other blood diseases. It Elkin made the excuse to go visit Miss March I suffered agony. I tried many is the only blood remedy guarMr. and Mrs. P. W. Gastineiu, of CAPT. FRANK WHITE, Lancaster. Mary Bruce, Moritz drove by In a bug-- patent medicines, but none relieved me. anteed I dare you to come over here.' Middlesborough, have been fisiting ' W; B. Nichols. try, a run was made to Junction oity, Upon the advice of a friend I decided to Yours, relatives in Lancaster. and try 8. S. S. Before allowing me to take where the L. & N. was This message is printed- with the they reached Louisville a caught few hours it, however, my guardian, who was a Books mailed free by Swif type later. Mr. Moritz is a very wealthy chemist, analyzed the remedy, and proMessrs. Herbert Kinnaird aid Fr&nk moulded lines, or machine-se- t nounced it free Of potash or mercury. Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga Maikjbury, contractor in St Louis." Nic made. ' attended the dancJ at wh c j CENTRAL REt ORD. PERSONAL. Stan ord, Friuay night. Mrs. H C. Payue returned monuuy to Lex.nirton, after a visit to her sister, Miss . ane Hopoer. s J. EL Car&on, now o In.iiana, much lie in tiwn on outness, pleased with his new home. Lieut Um. Berkele, of Lexington, is visiting his wife and daughter at Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Wherritt's. Drs. Bush and Wesley attended the meeting of the Lincoln County MeJi-CSociety at Ilustonvilie, Tuesday. Lieut. John Johnston, who is very ill of fever, was brought to his brother', Mr MeCieland Jotinston's last week Mr. Thompson and wife, of Lexington, have beeu visiting his siste-s- , 'es-mcs Nannie Carpenter and G. S. G ines. M s. Juliett Ri.gersaml bright little O ". Joseph, lf..ve in a short t me, l spend the win t rwith Mrs. W. h in hint 1, Ua R 'inson leftth s weelt ol. J. lor Columbus, Ga , to spend the win. mucn better ter. liiN heal'h has this summer, thau for uvny ye:irs. il d El-iib-st The Recokd stated in it's last issue that Mr. E. P Moritz, of St. Louis, 1847 Rogers Knives and Forks $3. per dozen. Mail orders promptly attended to. Best repair shop in Central Kentucky. Send U3 your "Watches, Clocks etc. Perfect Satisfaction, or money refunded. O BE, YES? nH C.N. McDonald, Danville lady-kne- whole-soule- L0WNEY'SCS5IB FOR SALS BY x Mo-it- H. M. BALLOTJ. "Silver Plate that Wears." it' Let us call your attention to our "1847 Rogers Bros" Triple plated Knives and Forks. They are made to wear, and considering: the quality, 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. st Ave-nue- T st Tortured By Rheumatism. the A full line of Spoons, Sugar Shells, Butter Knives, etc in "1847" goods always on hand. Let us show them to you. 's J. C. THOMPSON 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 HANDSOMEST HATS and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets. i type-settin- MiBaSaUieTillEtt S. BEAZLiEST, . Teeth extracted without palu with Vitalized Air. Office In New Thompson block. Purely Vegetable DENTIST. LOOK WITH YOUR OWN EYES CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, .A. IR, DRY GOODS, CLOAKS, IE RIGHT 1 H R f.-- BOOTS 1ST LfcFT IN DL. GRACE. An AND IP 33, FARM ADD STOCK NOTES. Cross bred lambs are the best feed .gtiyWS Always All Kinds McWnery .Farm 1 Death Wutcli O.er George I'orlwood. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 16. The death Saturday, November 19th, 1893 watch has been placed over GeorgeA. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOfl at 10 o'clock a. m.. Sell to the highest He is condemned to be Portwood. bidder the following personal property For Salk Forty 630 lb. steers, 10 hanged on the 30th day of this month 7 head good Sheep, 2 Calves, heifers. Post TILTING THE GUNS. T. M. and W. McC. John 4 Brood Sows, 1 fat Hog, 1 yearling ton. for the murder of Ruchard Perkins, of sep-3Constipation prevents the boly from Colt, about 51 or 60 bbls. Corn, 10 bushWhen he went this city, last spring. )w the Illfi: Destroyers Were els Oats, stack Millett, 100 shocks Fodridding itself of waste matter. De Fon Sale A splendid gentleman's into the death cell he told the jailer Trnlned to Fire Over the der, Straw Stack, Farming Utensils, wheel, price 12, or w.ll trade for Witt's Little Early Risers will remove Hills nt Santlnero. 1 Buggy and Harness, that he did not wish to see any preachHousehold and horse, cow.mulu or hogs. R. E. Henry. the trouble and cure Sick Headache, it Kitchen Furniture, etc. ers or reporters; that he had his own City Property For Rext BUliousncss, Inactive Liver and clear PREACHERSV ILLE. Memory is sometimes a treacherous terms: The sale will be made on a on Lexington street, between My home idea of things on this earth, and he did College the Comp'exiqo. Small, sugar coated, recredit of Six months, it not and Judge Hemphill's. Full partic Is the best not wish to be annoyed the few re- informant.old Were stories for recollec- quired to give bond with purchaser good security ulars on application to Fisher Herring. IrroKularltlesforFemsIeTrtmblet Corrpct3 al! At don't grire or cms: nausea. Siler & Co., sold at Richmon d, about sea tions of read in boyIn Female Oreana. Should ba maining days he has to stay here. taken for i.hanre ci Life anrt before Stormes' Drug Store. lm 20 eattle at from 3 to 3 4 c hood several of the correspondents in: before any property is removed. Nov. Airs, ausan Fisher. ti. 'lantera "bid Tlaie" liavj stood me 8, '98. Cuba would not have reported thai, twenty yean. Mr. E. Foley, of Williamsburg, is R. P. Ison, Admr. Against Litonla Tranter. The Harrodsburg Democrat reports For Sale A nice jersey cow, will est for by can-- , when engaged in td" only NewPpencirtledldaeCo.. be FRAjjitFORT, Ky., Nov. 16. The court in the spring, has had sale of 4 yearling mules at 542.25 per here bnying a load ,of hogs to take Incomparable Service. , escessre. nonading of Santiago, the American five calves and has not been dry since head; several hundred barrel corn at home with him. of appeals Tuesday, without filing a commanders listed their ships and so The Queen & Crescent trains are the first calf, she is giving 2K gallons of I B. Miirii'',!, SL25 per bbl; 10 fat heifers at 18 per response, overruled a petition for re- secured a greater elevation for the finest trains run in the State of Ken milk a day, gentle, ean lead her any fc Holtzclaw bought 2 steers Lnsntsr Elmore head; 2.500 lbs hemp at a little less from Walter Warren for 817.50 per hearing in the case of the town of guns-iuse by "running out" theguns tucky. daily trains to Cincinnati con where, will bj fresh in renuary. Four R. E. Hexry. You Are Going North, than 4 per hundred. against Hopkins. This is the on the side away from land. Similar- nect with the main highways of the head. 100 For Sale A farm, consisting A Queer Medicine. Joe H White was here Tuesday run final ending of the unsuccessful effort ly, if.the artists on the papers that es- Great Trunk Hues of the North, West acres of good hemp and tobacco of land. You Are Going South, of the town trustees of Latonia to teem et'erprise above accuracy had and East. There is a medicine whosi proprie ning the Beazley land out for Siler. Farm to on th&lies four miles east of Lancaster This is the line annex the Hopkins neighboord, con- not recalled the pictures in those old tors do not claim to have discovered Hyattsville and Kirksville turn Bryant Ballard will soon have his taining Washington, New York, Boston and You Are Going East, pike. Also 21 acres on same pike the Latonia race track- - and books they would not have made draw the East. some hitherto unknown ingredient, or tew house completed. For about 1,600 people living in that vicin- ings of war vessels tipped half over by that it is a cure-alThe Queen iCresceut connects with sight of Hyattsville. ol information The honest medguns projecting ludicrously far out every line out of Cincinnati. Record Mrs. James Lawrence is improving ity. all on R.E Hsnry, Tub You Are Going West; icine only claims to cure certain dis- some. over the water. As a matter of fact, of S. T. Swift. P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. ffice. eases, and that its ingredients are reWilliam Cato Mutt Han jr. course, it has been many and many a W. G. Morgan, D. P.A.. Lexington, Ky. PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE To Cure a Cold In One Day. E cognized by the most skilled physiFrankfort, Ky., Nov. 10. Gov. year since it was'.possible to 'run out" Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- - Bradley again refused to interfere in a cannon 'even so much as an eighth cians as being the best for Kidney and All druggists Blalder Diseases. It is Foley's Kid- lets. to cure. 25c. re 'u id money if it the case of 'William Cato, the Lyon of an inch. Breechloaders are not fails The genuine has ney Cure. lm L. B. Q. on each tablet. l ihar. '99 county youth sentenced to be hanged built Jhat way. They swing from side at Eddyville on the 25th inst. for the to side on a fixeofpivot, and can be BANK murder of Connie Askew. The case raised or depressed within certain narI have purchased the "Wal row limits, but there has been no runwas brought to the governor's attenker stable and am prepared ning in or out since mndiscovere'd' LouiaviLLE a Nashville H. R. tion by a personal letter from Cato, ( SURPLUS CAPITAL 'to furnish the that a gun has two ends-- a discovery -- OF asking tliat his life be spared. which it took them several centuries 65,000.00 I to make. It is true, however, that the B e'.; Soldiers Sent to Ft. Thomas. LANCASTER, KY, ships were listed, but theextgJir to The Maximum Lexington, Ky., Nov. 16. A hospital which this Safety, bevvildly &dti&&& train left Camp Hamilton Wednesday exaggerated to Tender a portraj-a- l of on shortest notice. The Maximum with 85 patients for Fort Thomas, Ky. the operation af all sensational. It is Speed, Special attention given ComA. R. Dxmhy.. President. Forty patients are still at this camp. also true that manipulation of turret mercial Travelers. Jno. E. Stobmis, Vice President. Gen. Sanger and staff left Wednesday may have nad soieslight part in proThe Maximum Comfort, Wh. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. night for Americns, Ga. The 7th United ducing the list, but they were swung RICE BENGE States volunteers will depart Saturday around, not "run out," and unless the The Minimum S. C. Dbmkt, J. f. Bobimsok, Jb, Rates. firing was for Macon and the provost guard on this would straight over bow or stern The Havana Limited. Assistant Cash'r. not balance the., weight of Sunday. The first A nerican Railway to an K. T. Embky Ass't the other gun swung around the othRates, Time and all other Information will nounce traiu service for the especial er wny. Chief reliance for inclining benefit of Dalldins Association Goes Into Iqulda-tiobe cheerfully famished by travel to the West Indies has the vessels Was doubtless placed ii been heard lrom- the Qjeen & CresSIBECTOBS C.P.ATMOK, a.P.a.. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 16. The di- the shifting of coal and ammunition, cent Route are announcing a fast train Or by Sam'l. D.Cochran, Jas Spllman, LoclSVUis. K.X. rectors of the Fayette Building & the emptying of the tanks and boilers known as the "F.orida & Havana LimAlex. B. Denny. A. C. Kiblnson, K. C. Brant h Loan association, one of the oldest and on one side and the suspension of boats ited." It will go into service from Cin W. B. Cook, L. Davidson, o3nth-b'nMixed, passes Lancaster, 11 35 a. tt to T.rapn, Jacksonville, Jno.K.Btormai, largest institutions of its kind in Ken- and launches from cranes and davits cinnati and New Orleans. ThisMiam. " 3:10 p. sf ilixea. Mobile expoon the opposite side. By these expe" :52 x.v " Pass'er tucky, at a meeting held Tuesday nent of the genuine American Sjuth-b'n" " 1229 a. dients the few- - degrees of extra ele- getting into the field early will idea be a night decided to go into voluntary vation that were needed could be secomplete vestibuled service, with dinliquidation. Assets and liabilities of cured, and by the combination KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, of ers, observation cars, wide vestibules, association are each $140,039. I will sell my farm, containing seventy-si- x or all of them doubtless our iron electric headlights and all the fome acres, privately, and on easy terms, The Call and of the modern railroad train arguments were brought to the Spanrated "Wagon land Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights No Clemency for Convict Steven. i miles east of Bryantsvllle, Is ish general's deeply interested atten- It is chiefly to be marked as the first easilylies about and in good state of cultivation reached field for the new territory which Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 10. Gov. Brad- tion. But no vessels were put on their ia the of Pythias, meets every Thursday Honse contains, four rooms and has all ncc ley Tuesda3' mornicg refused to ex-- , beam ends, and no guns were "run is just coming under the protection of essary outbuildings. There Is a good orchard night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g the greatest flag on earth. Train will tend executive clemency in the case of out." That's sure. N. Y. Times. to Ports named and and never failing water. The placo is under make fast time Knights are fraternally invit and Exceltfall others. Edward Stevens, of Newport, one "of will connect with fine steamer service good fence. For farther Information call on amaNUBIAN TEA cures G. B. Swinkbroad C. ed., to various Ports in Cuba, Porto Rico or address. the assailants of Mrs. Gleason, who is v gia, Constipation and Mrs. 3. M. Scrlvner, It now serving a sentence in the state gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, Indi aid Jamaica. this marks a new era ia J. E. Robinson, K. R, &S. country. 25 eta. railroading in Bourne. Ky. v penitentiary here. and the mutton produced fr"in them is of superior quality; but to have thr.m nieans the buying of a fresh lot of ewes every year or two, for it is folly to breed from cros bred loiuials. i Curls, of Eminenc , K ., Mr. sold a e; rloas f yi.unir He- - S125 . ford bulls to a Texas party h.a'd. As soon as the dead leaves begin to fall store away several barrels and boxes of them or winter, iis they make splendid litter for the hens to in when the thermometer is on a decided fall. Overcome evil with jjool. Overcome your coughs and colds with One Minute Cough Cure. It is so good children cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe and all throat and lung diseases. At Storme' Drug lm St'ire. A calf 12 months old weighs 1,000 well fed, and while it takes in feud the next year, it will only weigh painl.'iOi pounds as :t ing 0 )0 pouads and still more feed the third year to weigh 2,000 pounds, only gaining 4!0 pounds, then the early maturity pays best to turn them tff as 1.400 to 1,500 pounds at IS t 20 months, w.ei they have the improved blood an I quality to mature sufficiently for nnrcet And farmers who breed and I along this line will win success. The goose bone this year is broad and white, which shows in a general w iy that the winter will be long and mi i ivy. 'Jhe keel has a sharp curve, with several wavy prominences, which ;iw taken to indicate particular storms and hard weather. There is a peculiar absence of raiu spots. The first heavy snow will come about Nov. 20 n id will lie long on the ground, and will have a big December snow on it before .it is gone. Just before Christmas there will be another great snow storm with intense cold weather following about the last of the year. About January 10 will occur the coldest weather of the winter. Louisville ers 1 rcc-nvl- w fi-- e An unusually large crowd was in Ilarro.lsburg Mond.iv and there si'em-e- d to be more mney in circulation of :ul tha for some i r .Muci t kn- j was it the marie mis u nich changed h uids Tnere .seeim.d to be more trading o cattle than o other kinds of stoc.t. Democrat i is Many a li addened by death uec uie o; the failure to keep on han.i a sa e and absolute certain cure or croup sucii as the One Minute i on ii ture. See that yur little one are protect;. i aga.ust emergency. A titormes' Drutf Store. lm L. S. Johnstone and C. G. Taylor bought from Col E. R. Sparks ViJ acres, o. unimproved lanu in Jess mineco'iin-t- y at S00 per acre. Ihis iand i,s part of ti.e o.d "Red Ine" Shelby tract, situa. ted on the Union Mills pixe, three miles irorn Nicholasville. Capt. T. D. English reports the sale of personalty for Baughman liros. Fifteen to twenty horses sold at S30 to 135, the latter price being paid for tne On Time stal" lion. Cows brought S30 to $40; 4 wean ling calves, 14; lot of forty mixed hogs, at 3c Danville Advocate. From New Zealand. Rkefton, New Z alan i, Nov 23, '96 I am very pleased to state that since I took the agency of Chamberlain': medicines the sale has been very large, m ire especially of the Cough Remedy, In two years I hari'e sold more of thisparticular remedy than of ail other makes for the previous five years. As to its eflicacy, 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 beyond the reach of the children. E J. 'C.VNTI.KBURY. For sale by R. E lm Lincoln Items E T. Pence bought of G A. Siler 30 yearlinj steers at $18 Weihl bought 36 cattle, 1,300 pounds average, at 4 4 and 3J heif jrs at 2 in Scott county. Wm. Moore bought of Robinson, of Garrard, a bunch of fat heifers at 3 Interior Journal. Five cent cattle make 23 cent steak and six cent cattle 25 cent steak. Large packers buy cattle and, utilize the byproducts 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 2 BATSON PRINT FADED , ICE' A1TD QUALITY. wiii he SHOES. - Anslr an Nobn-inmi,- C" :uti of the li A'l.iuniei r I f.in r. Imuiuuts, Lt;ivi Tor 1 art. Unknown. LrxiXGTOjr, Ky., Nov. 10. Baron Wjihkck De YHlamil, an Austrian nobleman and eaptain of the 7th volunteer infantry (innnuncs), 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 oflicers and men and had large accounts with several merchants. Creditors swooped down upon him 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, Nov. 10. Baron Waldcck De Villamil, an Austrian nobleman and captain in the 7th United States infan-r- y (immunes) who is reported to lnve left Lexington, Ky., where his regin disgrace, iment is stationed, is in having been discharged. city and denies the v.ory the Inin tolo. lie says th.-'is here on a furlough to meet his ile. 1'iom here he will goto Wahin so.i. The captain adds that he haan-- i d for a .serv.ee transfer to a while rcc'u;. in the colored iu.mancs buni distasteful to him. t nil- - l"reo lMkes in It.itli County. Oivixosvili.e, Kj., Nov. 10. At last the vexed question of free turnpikes is in a fair way to permanent settlement. The bonds having been voted, the. fiscal court met Monday afternoon and authorized the issuing of S3S.000 of 30- j'ear 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. Puerto l.ieo doy meaib oi briu. into this euiisiir ." .sr.id a New York merchant ivhosf business is ehieiii with the West Indies. "You don't know Puerto l.ieo dog is. do you? I what suppose iiut. Lin oiiiv sren two of them in New Yui... Puerto Rico dogs are not Spanish ai all, but aboriginal. I have been told that they are much alco of the same as the .Mexico, and I believe Ihe 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, according to the learned, they are the descendants 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 nlcos on their shoulders or in their bosoms. "If Jhe 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 Puerto Rico dogs that was given to a little girl in Jamaica. The eh:Id sickened of a fever and the dog would come and lick her face and hands ai r'jjular 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. The3" tell me that a true Puerto Rico dog will not let itself be made the pet of a whole familj', but will attach itself to one person always and will not allow that one person to have any other pet. "By next winter our sailors will have brought back a goodly number of Puerto Rico dogsj as presents for their sweethearts, I expect, and then every other girl yon 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 deposed." N. Y. Sun. 1 long-haire- d tlr Kidney Diseases ."""Kfl incurabl' Mr. G. ARf:t....-r. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment ia without an equal. It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantly and its continued nse effects a permanent enre. It also cures itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore, nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. I tsssssssssssssssWssssssssssssH and sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssHrteeth Cure has madeitSUM, suiter- ed iwrniv .- Kicn yearx riti c ow V"t to any ease, and to dv t rs youncrerthan Vmich as to can JW ag0.... II nhi,:-"- nume ssssssssssssssssssssssssKhangcs Wnrirt.f..i e of life and catc of medical qualities fact mat by stfKIH' jWffole hw- - TampIco.IU.writcs FOLEY'S KIDNEY UIE is meetf'tio- - ...tit. .. it has enroll wonucritU su. cSTm!" . y to iu - "a t: Dr. CaoVg Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier undvennifuge. Price, 25 cents. Soldhy R.F.McRobetts, Drrgg st, Lancaster T?TDi?iiri rmmmjAtf;1? NItH Kl.T) J I smmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmmmS SFH, AVhnt 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 dependent on the foreigner. He gives some striking examples. 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