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A M KK. KV.. THURSDAY. NOVEMBE ,24. 1898. TSKJtH OF 8U BiCRIPTIOX tl.UO u er Ytar n Advanet. ff 31 ttran tn:l Shlpstnn. A stylish lady will insist upon hav 1 have on bands a fine lot of bran y ing pretty shoes. We have the pretti- and shipatuff. Will deliver at $10 and .et lino fn fexvort. Come and see SIS per ton. Buy now while it is cheap. Joseph. John II. Potts, WELCH & WILLIAMS With every Victoria cigar purchased nov-2Gilberts Creek, Ky. at G. S. Gaines' you.are given a chance County Court Mon 'ay. Fresh Oysters received daily. 'Served on a fine buggy.nCall and see buggy Thanksgiving Services. O. F. lillett, Lancaster and investigate. and sold. Thanksgiving services will be held Law, Attorneys 'B!g Court" begins Monday. Hotel. I have decided to locate in Lancas- in the Presbyterian church today Hustle to bui.d up your town. at 11 o'clock. Dr. McKee kind- See Morrow and McRobertsvChist- - ter and will, move here, with my famiKy. arriving (Nrery ly, about December 1st, to practice my .y consented to remain and preach, and goods. 'Ihey are mas Fresh Oysters daily at Gaines t larg congregation slu u'.d, aim doub V W. Burnett, M. D. profession. day. less will be out to hear hiui. AH business attended to promptly Ligh doe'eet for next week's court. 4 Kandy Kitchen Leave "Orders x .? For Sale. Garrard Iik Wins. for Thanksgiving oysterscelery anil For sale .ypewriter. Joe llaselde Several pieces oi valuable town pro: iY. m l.owiiug Gree.i sa. A special x .cranberries eriy. i you wuu b u nume, tuiuvi uuu tue ludL'cs nt the National rox uun- Hominy aud Oatfiakes at T. Curry; T . linvp n ft iv mnrp Quits that. T rnn ee me. J. C. Hemhill, K ars Associ t;ou, now in ses- - ou J Real Estate Agent. )uke loyour measure or S10.QJ). aiKer c aog, aaraeu nrst prize-tBackwoods merchants don't adver. J C. HemphilL "lop". Air. Waiker has the best piCK Notice. tise. of hounds in the state and always gets I. you call lor Potts Flour at the v Isothinir becomesxa woman mon j-prize at these meetings. Air 1V00I Suits for SU.5J. J. C. Hemp than a t.rettv eloak.VSee the beaut . adiug grocers, and they naveu't goi f As a suggestion to aid hill u, oruer uirect from h. L. Potts, Buck-.yBeautiful ltoum. ful ones at JoseplrX agou in town daily. ivy. Saving of Money w Ihe Masons have had a beautifu. Every thin ,uics fresh and cheap at Biggest line of Sterling.Silver novel " T, Curry. jarpet piaceu ou their hull, aud it, to- jcannot do better ties ever brought to Lancaster, Mor mon.he lucK-.oar- d tote given away tuer witn the pretty paper and elec Try N is on extnbitiui. tric lights, makes the handsomest y J. B. Jennings BEAZLEY& BAUIrHMAN. Kandy tht- sresh peanut candy at the row and McRoberts, our line of Kitchen. .odjfe room we ever entered. The u.av G S. Gaines- will buy ah the corn he a VV. 1. l.omaus' carriage snop. E.- Does more towards beauti-- L Peas meet there now and all the bretn-i-e- u Q lit talking' about your neighbors .mine it and then come in and take ean get at SI. 10 a barrel, payable FUNERAL DIRECTORS, aiiouid go to the lougeand see how fying a table Silver nov-- 4 jiiauce on it. and go to work. any goods he hmdles' aice and coiuionauie it is. lnis win A.RTERIAL and CAVITY EM 1 have just received a special line oi Peachrs, Grapes, i'ears and Fancy Mosey o Loan On real estate at 5 ureak up the dancing now, and the Cut Glass. apples at G, Gaines. per cent; a ulress W. S. Lowwill At lUinpies irom The Royal 'iaiiors, oi uya are without, a place in whicu to you appreciate this fact? BALMING a SPECIALTY. unicago, iresh lrom tlie mills, and the r.p the light lautastic. Danville Ky. Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs lorney, are beauties. Call anu see tiiem. V and are desirous of obtain-- f "& Co. at J. A. Stores Cloe 1'hursday. Hog KiltlngXhne J. L. UempnilU A number of merchants uecided to ing Table Linen of .Charm- Carpets, &c. Goo l fondle norse ior ale M)r. J. Buy your Sare, Salt Pier and PepEngraved Calling Cards. .vo tneir cieras u breatu- D. Wesley. nov ll-Leave oiders now lor all kinds u speil un laauitsgiving day, anu ing design, fine finish andj No ice. steel engraving ior tue uolidas. Don via close up at the usual hour, lu Try tiie Hatter c itch at t Kandy MWVM Taxes p .st due. Pay be ore tin .ise a. printed or written card. You wi. .'ciock, to attend preacuing. ln- - WAVwJt4WAA V JU Kitcnen. It is delicious. penalty goes on. oe called "a back number." Stormed tead of opening after dinner tue '" J. B. Sanders, S. G. C. R. KlNNAIRD'S Drug Store. uerchants aud c erts will remain at Patronize the advertisers "Which heir own hrcside, tuanu an Alwise RecoUD. They are Five Unhappy Couples. If you have a s.ck triend, cheer hiui fdown Five couples-- , who had hitched uj c'ower that ousiuess has been good un with a box of ll'inaker'a line, cJ Raisins. Fiix. n.tiK Hitrnngnnil Pni dowers. Agy4 for better or worse, have concludes .uis fall, andiel their turkey digest. J. C. Thoiup-soRepresenting Over .uey were getting the worst end 01 mis is a splenuid idea.a Nearly ah tne rents, freh and cheap at T. Curry's nomrr The reason some merchants do no .ile, and fi.eJ suit for divot ce at tin .lurchunts will uo tuis, tuo' suuii The Recori office can do anv kind auvertise is because they have no bar- - a.pproacning' term of court. Two aii ouid Keep open on Sunday n tue taw dn't prohibit it. g iins on hand to tell about. wnile persons ana the otners negroes. In the following Fire Insuranct of printing you mny want. Try us. Brother Uoiven to Iteslgn Large line of DThner Sits and Cham-- . They are stylishly cut and Uonaker's Premium Cdi.ry s a'njt h e A Success. Companies ber Sets, just received. G. S. Gaines. jnums are a class by themselves. Leava. At the regular service at the Chris- - You should visit our store) J. C. 'Ihompson has had an arc ligh will make skirts of fashion-an- d au church buuday morning, Eid. Geo. your order witn J. C Thompson, Agt. ? ut, m bis store and the iEtna of Hartford. result is ver I woul liite to ilo your plain sew 'fable matfvrinl nf oTnoii.T.f ijweu annouueeu that at ihc expira- examine our line. Qjieen of Ameriea. ing and dyeinff. Mrs. Oph lia Dunn. It is all wen euuugu to la.k aoout idlisfacory. I!y tue use ot thus on .ou of his year (February we beiieve), National of Hartfort. "We also have a nice line material, and pretty dress goo. Is, but seeing is be ..imp the store is made brighter thai aj would sever his connection as pa. prices Purest and best Sa'e. Salt Peter arid lieving. VCome look at our line. J. day light. Several other merchant. Phenlx of Brooklyn. r o. tne churcn. He also added tuai of Napkins and Towels. istorm-s- '. Pepper. Drus; Store. si.nided tneir intention of usin .idve dose ph. interest vou- .e ra.gnt leave sooner, i. he completeu Hartford of Hartford. i tne same kind of lamps. Books.. Mr. Gowen has i.her arrangements. I'urs Wanted. Manchester of England. New, Cheap and We are now ottering .buggies," phat- eu in ijaii caster for a number oi I will pay highest Cash price for ail Connecticut of Hartford, Stormes' Drug Store. .ears and has many warm friends oiis, surreys, road wagons and har N. u. Bogie, kinds of Furs. fferth British and Merchantile. ' ness, cheaper than any one in Centra Je is a splendid preacher and one who Marksbury, Ky. Books. iventucky, in order to make room f c.i I es not nesitate to sav what, he things German American of Ye v Y ork. Examine the beautiful Kew line of ur large stock of spring vehicle's.! 2v a any que.it. ou. The churcn has no Successful Operation. Liverpool and London and Globe. 25cts Uooks at Stormes' Drug Store. et considered the name ot another Dr. Acton, assisted by Dr. Price, of trouble to show goods. Couiein Mon I also represent the old reliable W. J. Romans Carriage Co. ninister, but win matte a selection Money to Loan. Level G een, operated on Charley Gas- - day. re Air. Gowen leaves. Air. Gowen has Fcir building purposes, or ons well tineau, near Hyattsyille, this week for New York Life Please Keport It. Rec- jeen a mighty good friend to imprcv-dRca- l caries of the oscalsis, the result of an Estate. Teimseasy,I' subscribers lail to receive Tui ud, aud we. wish him all good he the in injury received some time ago. J. C. HemphilL tlECOKD, they will do us a irreat favo iew location he selects. Pleasant Grove Supper. Christmas Greeting. report the fact. Uncie bam paj To every reader of this we extend Mill Climbing. good money for delivering l, ighty The ladies of Pleasant Grove church ails, anil if you lail to get your p- Ihe list of subscri tions toward will serve oysters at the residence of cordial and earnest greeting- with per we will see that the fact is prompt jaildin" the opera house and hotel is bm Adams Friday Fov. 25th, instead the utmost enthusiasm and satisfac ly reported to the proper authorities till swelling, and the required amouut f the 24th as announced. Admission tion. We are enthusiastic for tne rea ivill soon be raised. Nearly every man 5cts. Doors open from 3 to 10 p. m. son that the prospects of the seasou at Washington. arc particularly promising for both in shape to do so has taken stock and Tut 'Em Up. buyer and seller; we are satisfied, be mly a small amount remains be se Saves The Two Cents. The gasoline lamps have never been cured. cause, anticipating an unusually larga The enterprising men of the had The demand for holiday g'oods, we have put up between the Square and the de town are working with a vim, but as The Lancaster banks have 5,000 blank put in place a stock so complete, so pot, and as a result the people coming usual, a few sorry, are Record office print each on the night trains have to wade chrowing cold water on the plan. The receipts to be used in saving their cus meritorious, so perfect, that we know through the mud and compliment the "gas" of a few objectors has its weight tomers the two cent revenue stamp. we can please the purchgsing public, Council. These lights are needed bad but we confidently believe that this Most of the banks over the country and are equally positive that they will ly and we hope the city dads will get regular plan to build will be carried to com- have done away with the receipts be pleased with themselyes for dealing move on them and see that they are s pletion. of our people are checks and have substituted printed with us. receipts are Our stock is most 'attractive, and put up. for progress, and the thing for them for them. These leaving only the "We never before had such, values to offer. "We'bought our underwear way hack mbraces the latest novelties, the best blank forms, to do is to freeze out the old funeral Will Preach Every, Sunday. money May when prices were the very lowest and the Manufactures were glad to take Dr. J. Lapsley McKee announced processions who take no interest in amouuttooffill out .the patron desires to of goods otis the reliable kind. The They read like any assortment one calculated to meet raw Sunday morning that he would preach the town's welfare and only look out orders to keep their mill running. "We have some bargains be a great sur- here every other receipt, and when filled out and taste, means aed preferences of every Sunday during the winter. for their own selfish carcasses. To use prise to you. Come and see what we can give you for 50c per suit. Our suits $1.00 his will be gratifying news to the slang expressions, always extend the properly signed, the man who presents individual likely ro enter our store. If at the cashier's window can draw standard merit and extensive variety many admirers of Dr. McTTee. He has "Glad hand" to enterprising men and are the greatest bargains ever offered underwear. ne nas money u w go for anything, they will score us a the "Marble money, proviaea always been a great favor .12 in Lan rive the selfish draw-bac- k bank. The idea that receipts could be record for the present season that will caster, and the people, irrc" rctive of heart" substituted for checks was given the see all our old customer better satis denominations', are always - . id of an Preacher in Jail local bankers in a ruling by the Com- fied than ever before, and new ones opportunity of hearing him, Andy Britton, a negro preacher from missioners of Internal Revenue in an put on the list as friends of an estab Lexington, came to Lower Garrard swer to a question irom u ujuuci m lishment that believes in dealing honThe Bible Society. ; The Garrard County Bible Society last summer and said he proposed to North Carolina. Nearly every bank in orably and liberally with its patrons. We are determined to make a notable will meet in tho Christian church in induce the colored population of that the state has adopted the plan. holiday- feature of the Lancaster next Sunday evening at vicinity to turn from the error of their shopping period, and are prepared to Will he Married Today. clock. All the ministers in the coun way. He held a '.'Big Meetin" and ty are of this society, was cutting quite a wide swath. One Mr. Charles Frisbie and Mias Mary serve all who come promptly, g politely BU-EJLill- i and the church members are especial- night a colored man went to the store Aliller will be married in Louisville and satisiactoriiy. it .prices have goods at ly invited to be present at this meet of Mr. Jno. C. Huston in that locality this, Wednesday, afternoon at the res- any influence on our customers, their While idence of the bride's brother-in-law- j and made a small purchase. $3.50, ing. It is hoped a large audience wi1! dealings with us this season will be the merchant was in the rear of the Mr. Robert E. Hughes. While this an- eminently pleasant. Every article we be on hand promptly. store, the man smashed a show case, nouncement will be a surprise to ma show is the best of its class, every class repres en ted is varied and complete. Prayer Meeting Might Changed. grabbed a sack containing some money yet the more intimate friends of You ave only inquire what you In order that Dr. McKee may be and ran away. Mr. Huston recognz ny, contracting parties have been need,h to have topresented torwhat you the present, the Presbyterian prayer meet ed Britton as the man and the grand aware of the approaching nuptials for want, fresh from the best and latest ing night has been changed from Wed jury returned an indictment Brit sAvfiral weeks. Miss Miller left for marke ts, and possessing the right kind of value for the right kind of price in nesday to Monday night This does ton was not captured until last week, Falls City last Saturday, accompa every instance. That .question of not conflict with the meeting of any when he was brought before Judge the by Hughes. price will be another loadstone to atnied her friend, Miss May other church and many people will Burnside. The court concluded it Mr. Frisbie followed Sunday night tract trade. We have two settled doubtless attend these Monday night would be better for the cause of relig and was accompanied by Messrs. Letch principles strongly in view to give tuli and exact value ior every aoiiar ion to keep Britton out of the minis services to hear the doctor's talk. er Owsley and Herbert Price. The spent with us, and to help you make terial field and sent him to jail for ceremony will be performed this af that dollar go as lar as it should, ana Big Court. than anywhere else. Ex three months. ternoon and the newly wedded pair much farther care have Circuit court begins"next Monday perience and enabled uguo will leave immediately for Omaha, Ne buy our supero siock at the Closest with the smallest docket in many Will Have to Walt. braska, where Mr. Frisbie expects to possible fignre3, and a brisk demand A lawyer, looking over the year. The Knights of Pythias are anxious is the tor the same aitoras us an opportunity CENT COLORED ON THE MARKET. books yesterday, told The Record that to take stock in the proposed new ho ensratre in.business. The bride W. Mi 1 to turn our money 'quickly, .we are, if all the fees earned at this court tel building, but they have a little second daughter of Col. John therefore, more inclined than ever to young laoy shade profits to a point that will maka were paid to one- - man ho would not suit on hand just now, the result of ler, "of this city. She is a charm-- ' this store tne prominent ana popular extraordinary intellect, her be able to stop a cracker wagon which will have to be awaited before of and one with every person who appreciates nn mir nifinn in ,'1 mere ara tnirty-nv- e equity appear they make the investment As stated ing manners, and is industrious trustworthy goods wlren seen, and OCC UUI nUVGIUGu Hi tirettv. Bv her friendly, affectionate reasonable prices when backed up bV fifty-fiv- e ances and about little, one The Record some time since, the manners, and desire to be agreeable. solid, tangible value of the practical horse commonwealth cases to be dis Knights bought the lot on Lexington Kina. posed of One hundred and fifteen old street owned by the West heirs. Since she made herself a great favorite One more word we invite you to vis is the common law cases complete the list. the trade the question of validity of Lancaster society. The groom oldest son of Mrs. Mattie Frisbie, of it onr store, and we intend to make the title has been raised and the lodtr this city. He is a young man of good you welcome. If yon do not come to Tomorrow the Day. believes that, owing to interests of in sense and education and has fine busi buy, yon arc still expected and wanted.. Courteous 'treatment will convince Remember, on tomorrow, Saturday, heirs, and the wording of a will ness qualifications. He has been you that we are here to please; a sight Nov. 20, we will give away the Large fant the title can not hold. Mr. West, on leader in Lancaster society and num of our admirable assortme of goods Stove. All having guesses on same are will educate you np to a iMfowIedge of the other hand, claims the title to be invited to be present. Also remember absolutely sound and has brought suit bers his friends by the score. He is what is novel, appropriate and pretty well fixed with this world1 We make our bow to our cusour stock of Fall and Winter Goods circuit conrt to settle the mat goods and starts out with flattering tomers with the conviction that we complete. We call especial attention in the ter. The case will be decided by Judge prospects. Both bride and groom are shall suit on&.and alL We thank yon to our line Ladies' Jackets and Wraps for past patroage, and we show our Sauflev next week, and if the title and Men's Overcoats. No old, "left- not all right the Knights will invest in splendid friends of TnE Record and practical appreciation of the same by J? over" stock, but all New and plans are we devoutly wish them a voyage thro' presenting oar best stock auiour beat building. The the new date and prices are Wat Down. Come drawn for a lodtre room and it can be life wholly clear of the stumbling prices at tbisf the: best of all beat--- ' E. L. Jennings & Co, and see. built and not interfere in the least bloc s which line its pathway: , J easions the Holiday .Season oi 189S. GenT Mdse. StorBWCDrug stora. Paint Lick, Ky. with the hotel or opera house space. Col. W. O. Welch. W. I. Williams Stanford. Lancaster. r IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. 5 at Lancaster X oct-2l-- tf at-th- e ttu-re- . 1 e, t ti mm him Jjjthe orj ir than ition than I S If z Furniture, DRESS T TD rFl at weit-earue- d n Lancas' er, Ky. I O Insurance Agency $57,000,000 mm 1 LOW PTD TpT7Quoing twill uui Prices, 1 at that nov-ll-l- Insurance GOODS CO, BUT YOUR UNDERWEAR Of Us and Save 25 Per Cent, at that will in at space-occupie- Nine-tenth- in SEE -- BUR MEW'S HEAVY BOOTS. $1.50. gift-givin- all gone. Prices BOOTEES. Come and get a pair before they are $4.0O and $5.00. heart-warmin- home-cheerin- g BEST LINE OF MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY FOR $7.50. SEE OUR7.50 AND$10 ULSTERS. 50 SHIRT Line of Neckwear. 0 uni BEST LAD & s Ft Pi E CULTY. R first-clas- s. LOGAN & 0 BIN Lancaster, SON up-to- MARKS3UH Miss Lula Simpson has been .EVKRT quite MURDERER CAPTURED. sick for several days. John Pritchitt bought of Henry 'XOPXS XAWDlf, PnplLtbet. Parks a well broken colt for &20. UXCASTER. KENTU.QKY. Mr. and Mrs. J. L Hamilton, of Lan caster, visited friends in this commu .$1.00 nity Sunda v. ONE YIAK. IN ADVANCE. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Bo " Six JIonths gie spent Sunday in Dmville with " THREK " Mr. RobMr. and Mrs. S tm Husrln's ert Humphreys spent San bay with his NoV. 24, 1898 father-in-laTHURSDAY. Rev. Mr. J. C. Boner. W M. Kuykendall left S:indiy afterd meatinr at The United States Peace Commis- noon to hold a si incs raide tbeir final proportion to Mt Zion. Mercer Co. M'ss Mary Rout the Spamfck c mmissioners Moudny is nrik ng an extended visit o two Bnwen Fox. an rettiestl a final answer on or be weeks r her cousin, fore next Monday, November 28, on all in Dairrille. Thanksgiving is her and thoe who poinU now iu issue between the commissioners. Tny commission states ha a been spared to enjoy another that thr United Slates must have th thanksgiving with friends and loved should be very thankful. The entire Philippine archipelago, and of on fers 82J.OOJ.000 or the cession of the recent war has taken many hundreds ilund. The Courier Journal special and thousands of our brav Americans, says the bpansah c ramissionsrs pave yet we shou'd be thankful that such n intimation of their attitude in view things are no more. Our hearts go out o th s renewed demand, but at their in sympathy for the ones in camp and the jjint session adjourned un on the far away islands, who have not r qu til UVdnebdij. The American com the pleasure of enjoying the day with he time n unicatii n refused arbitration on the their dear ones at home. r rticle of the protocol bearing on the honored festival of Thanksgiving, origand declared lha purpose inated with the 1'ilgrim fathers at P;ilippin ol the Uniled States to maintain the Ply moth. Al' hough they had not the I'auippines as an "open door'" to the luxuries and blessings which we enjoy their hearts wero bowed down in woKd' commerce. Thanksgiving for a free country and the an open Bib'e- Tiik area of trying to is saddened by Many a h blame for the m serable management of the racent war goe on and a large death becnise of the failure to keep contin- on hand a safe and absolute certain number of high ue to draw fat salaries from tho gov- cure for croup such as the One Minute ernment trying-- so it is claimed, to Cough Cure. See that your little one place the responsibility. Tim thing are protected against emergency. A lm might be kept up 'til dooms day and Stormes' Druir Store. public would be none the wiser as to who should be called down. '1 he BUENA VISTA. wax was brought on by politicians, was managed by politicians and the The farmers are all busy getting in only object thej had in view was to do corn and report the yield splendid. something by which they could win Joe Simpson, of Buckeye, was in this public favor. The whole thing has neighborhood the latter part of las turned out a miserable farce anl is week dehorning cattle. fust getting to be a stench in th pubJohn T. Willis, of Nicholasville, lic nostrils. pn ached at Broxvns Chappel last Sun day. His subject was 'Be Ready." Rkak Admiral Dewet has contractEverything sold well at the 11. P. ed with Hong Kong wreckers for the One horsrecov;ry of the steel gunioats Isla de Ison sale Jast Saturday. Lux .n, I la tie Cuba and Don Juan de sold at 5S0; one yearline colt S36; corn Austria, sunk iu Manilla bar or May in field at SL30 per barrel; hjn sol 1. The Government has already eight lower thun anything that was offered foreign-baimen-- o three o" them The household furniture sold high. Rev. Chas- M. Humphries, of Wil- that were captured, and srunroits three cruisers and two torpedo boats raore, assisted by Rev. Morrison, it that were bought. It may be well conducting a series of meetings at Mt enough to raise sunken vessels, but it Olivet this week. . he christians are looks Itl.e far better plan to add a exnecting agr.n l revival. Everybody little mu'iey to theco-to- f raising these is invited to attend this meeting an hat e wrecks and bui.d new ones will be wescomed in every home of this community. outright James Spilman, of this place, madi Tee War investigation Commission a business trip to Lexington tne latter has established the fact that ample part o. last weeit. Hugh Cnristopher medical supplies were sent with the visited relatives in Harrodsburg List Sa .tiago expedition, and also that they Friday andSiturday. Mrs. John W. we e not to hi had when needed. As Scott visited friend in Danville Tues to who prevented the landing of the day and Wednesday of this week. J supplies, the commission is still with L. McMurtry, of Pollys Bend, was in out full m'ormation. Tie truth of the Lancaster on business the early part matter is the politician leaders were so of this week. Mrs. J. W. Dougherty, busy trying to do something which of Lexington, is visiting her parents, would help them politically, they had Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Christopher. Miss no t'me to look after the wants of the Daisy Scott, who is attending Cerdwell college at Danville will return home solJ'ers. on Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving ' he people of Louisville are fixing with her parents. t r:ve the Lsgion a roj-a- l reception PAINT LICK CREEK". when it returns from Porto Rico. A big parade has been arranged, the Born, to the wife of William Holings- women folks will have a grand dinner and the big pot will be put in the lit- worth, a girl. tle oai Thi Ljgloi hxs dona splen Corn husking and hog killing are in uiu service in ine island, ana many progress in this community. compliments hve been passed upon Mr. Zick Simpson sold to Dr. Mid its work. Kentuckians are natural dleton a small bunch of hogs at S3.10 born soliiers and can always be count per hundred. ed upon. Mr. Sohn Wheeler has sold 50 barrel of corn to Joseph Ross at 1.00 per The local option fight at Somerset is barrel delivered. as warm as the final resting place of Mr. Joseph Ros,a for nar resident those who refuse to turn from the error of their way. The two papers of Madison county has obtained license down there are in a war of words and to sell whisky in Garrard. Mrs. Samuel Ward and wife, of Liv lie awake nights studying up mean things to say of each other. Tut tut, ingston, are visiting Mrs. America boys. Hush your racket. A thousand Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Henry, years hence you will never know there of Spooneville, are rejoicing over the vsr .vi? slejfua ia Sjmsrset, and arrival of a girl baby at their home, Mrs. Lucy Davis, of Buskcye, and Mrs. care less. Breck Grow, of Judson, made a flying trip to their brother's, Mr. Zack Simp LEAF. WZEr BY prot-acteM-- s. The Slajrer of Airs. Bowles In Jill at GU gow, He U Indicted and Trial Set ' for December JJ3. IS Glasgow, Ky., Nov. 22. Johnson Franklin was captured by Fountain Fox near Glasgow Junction Tuesday morning and is now in jail at Glasgow. Franklin loofts haggard and ten yean older than when he murdered .Mrs. Bowles. There was 150 reward fot his capture. The errand jury returned an indict ment of willful murder against i rank lm. He was brought into court ana his case set for. December 22. He has not vet emnloved counsel Frankl has shaved off his mustache and his most intimate friends would hardly know him. Mr. Cox caught Franklin asleep in his barn. Franklin worked for a brother of Cox last summer. Wants the Battle Abbey. ie con Lexixgtox, Ky., Nov. 22. federate battle abbey project which was favorably considered by the Daughters of the Confederacy at their late meeting in Louisville will in all likelihood be established here. Capt John Boyd, president of the Confeder ate Veterans association of Kentucky, lives here, and as he has the largest collection of confederate relics in the state, which he proposes to turn over to the battle abbey, ,the members of the association who have the matter in charge are inclined to bring the ab bey here, P T nj ' tt MeRoberts' Drug Store. Complete stock of PaperS EQ&g&ZineS Everything keptin Store. a First-Clas- s School-Books, "We will offer you for 1 vraek baginning Saturday Nov. 12 1898. 18 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar for $1. 6 qt Tin Bucket 09 Tab- - 8 Cakes Lenox Soap 1 lb Best Baking Powders 1 Gal Coal Oil for 08 for 10 lets, Toilet Articles, Handsome Stationery. saraBME Frankfort, MeRoberts' Drug Store. 09 Also received a nice line of Kaisins, Pigs Prunes and citrons which will sell extra cheap Yours For Cash, BLUE GASS GROCERY CO. He Mast Serve His Sentence. Ky., Nov. 19. Judge SYCAMORE VALLEY Your C irrepon lent went into the county courtroom last Saturdiy and the Fiscal Court seemed to ba at sea about huw to issue 830,000 worth of highway Bonds. We were remindjd o the storv o an Eistern King who had been saved from some great danger. To show his gratitude for deliverance he'vowed he would give to the poor the weihtoi his biirget Eleph.int in silver. The great difficulty wa- plan to weigh the enormous beast. i he wise men of the city stroked their beards in vain. Finally a poor Sailor found a him pie plan. Now we do not want to play the part of the tailor. but we want to suggest a plan that we think is feasible and will suit all. Garrard counts is in the same position as a rich Parent would be who has property valued at four or five million dollars. The parent wants 830,000- Some of his sons havehil m mjy to throw at PineSrillt and Middlesbor-roug- h birds. Plenty of his children have money yet to invest in "Guilt- edge Paper," and are anxous to buy county bon- s Now the plan is simple. as follows: Let the county court issue 300 one hundred dollar Bonds bearing 0 per interest payable 30 years, same to be sold to no but trasferable from first purchaser. At the end of first 5 years, the county can commence to re'teem said bond, which can be ca'l ed in by lot by placing 300 numbers in a box that correspond with number of Bonds and drawing out 57. he normal assets of the coanty is four million, the highest rate of tax for highways is 25cts on the 8100. This will raise SlO.OO-s- - vrtii thousand to kep up roads S2.0J0 or interest an i expen-ce- s and ine thousand for,sinkiug fund. Premiums on Bjn.ls shoul be us ed to get highways in t le s irn- cn lit- ion that they wen before the railing commence whieti we thi i will cost fully 10,6.10. . e antic pate a premi um of $3,003 on the issue from capita lists of the:county and if the Fiscal court does not get that offered them, throw down the bars for Eastern capitalists who are sending their agents here to buy highway bonds. We are trying to get our plan in the form of a popular loan, as France did just after the Frank O Prussian war, and as our Gov't did when it wanted 2,000,000.00. We listen for objectors on account of high rate of interest, Money lends for it. It is the legal rate, and our own moneyed men and women have it and why not induce them to inyest here? So on the 2nd day of January, or December or any day designated by the Fiscal court the Bonds can be sold at public outcry. one at a time, with the privilage of 10 If the Bonds do not bring $10 premium take them down and advertise for sealed bids and where sealed bids are the same give preference to county capi talist every time. B F. Evans. semi-anuall1 1 fi-- st rt muck-a-muc- , te - -- lt - e-- i Hazelrigg handed down an opinion in the court of appeals affirming the de cision of the .barren circuit court in two cases of Sid Baker against the commonwealth. Baker shot Frank Jackson at Glasgow last year and was tried-ansentenced to the state peni tentiary for five years. In the same difficulty he shot twice at John Jackson. For this he received a two year sentence. The cases were appealed, on the ground that the verdict was exces sive. Hostilities Renewed. Baker will now be taken to the Fleming shurg, Ky., Nov. 22. Word penitentiary. has reached here of renewed hostilities Enjlno Runs Dotvu a Hand Car. between the factions in the mountain Milldale, Ky., Nov. 18. A Louisous portions of Fleming and Rowan ville & Nashville switch engine ran counties. James 11am had a narrow down a hand car Thursday morning escape while coming from Rowan coun near the Milldale trestle. Six emty to Plummer's landing, in Fleming ployes of the road were on the car. count'. He was waylaid and shot Five of the men escaped injury, but twice. One load from a shotgun took the other man, named Tony Lucke, effect in his body, and it is thought was hurled over the embankment with Ham will die. the car on the Milldale side of the embankment which is very steep, and Died in Alttbimn. The other men Richmoxd, Ky., Nov. 32. Relatives was badly injured. saved their lives by jumping in time. here received word Monday announcing the death from fever of Bruce Death Watch Orer Georce Portwnod. Jones, a member of the 4th Kentucky Lexington, Ky., Nov. 17. The death at Camp Shipp, Anniston, Ala. Young watch has been placed over George A. Jones is a son of Rev. Mason Jones, Portwood. He is condemned to be n Baptistpreacher of Ranged on the 30th day of this month the Combs, this county. His remains for the murder of Ruchard Perkins, of were brought Here for burial Tues- this city, last spring. When he went day. into the death cell he told the jailer Lineman Badly Stubbed. that he did not wish to see any preachHenderson, Ky., Nov. 22. W. 0, ers or reporters; that he had his own Hanback was probably fatally stabbed idea of things on this earth, and he did by Lee Hayden at the Eblen hotel here, not wish to be annoyed the few retho result of a trivial quarrel. Both maining daj's he has to stay here. were linemen for the new telephone Pardon Refused. company, and lived in Evansville, Erankfort, Ky Nov. 19. Gov. BradHayden has skipped. The victim was stabbed in the right breast. Physicians ley has refused to extend executive clemency in the case of Daniel Oliver, have no hope for him. of Iufott county, sent to the penitenKentucky Fourth. Clais Postmasters. tiary for manslaughter. He also reWashington, Nov. 22. The follow fused to grant pardons to William ing Kentucky postmasters were ap Southall, of Laurel, charged with manpointed: Avawam, Perry county, Benj. slaughter, and J. P. Emberton, of EdT. Fields; Clifton Mills, Breckinridge monson county, fined for carrying concounty, Charles Radenheimer; Corena. cealed deadly weapons. Daviess county, J. C. Craven; Liletown May Reach Home Di cumber 1. Green county, Fountain Philpot; Tem Frankfort, Ky., Nov. IS. After vispie Hill, Barren county, Lucy D. Marrs iting Maj. Gen. Brooke at San Juan, Weaver, Laurel county, Alice Castell. Col. Castleman, of the 1st Kentucky Death of Octogenarians. infantry, has returned to Ponce with noPKiNsvii.LE, Ky., Nov. 22. W. W, the information that the Legion may Phipps, aged 80 years, a leading citi reaeh home by December 1. The men zen, died Tuesday morning. are in good health and the sick list is Col. Elijah G. Sebree, sr., aged 81 decreasing. There have been 10 deaths years, one of the wealthiest and best- in the regiment since it left Louisville known men in Southern Kentucky last April. died Tuesday morning at Trenton. He Completing Railroad Report. had been paralyzed for 16 years. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 18. The state railroad commission met here for a Shot by a P.aymate. Three days' session to complete the anSpringfield, Ky., Nov. 22. In nual assessment of the railroad propergame of marbles here Monday ty of the state, begun some weeks ago. James Shultz and Louis Berry had a quarrel, when They will, while here, complete the anShultz drew a pistol and shot Berry nual report to the governor, which must the ball striking him in the arm, going be in that official's hands on or before the first of December. clear through that member. well-knowseven-year-o- EPH. P.- - BROWN, Mgr. Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco, Off ice, National Bank. R. KINNIARD PE 4IT FOR ft Fine Holiday Novelties TO BE AT Many Attractive Features not Displayed by their own special importers. by other Stores LILLARD sore-take 6 It Hits STOUT. & The Spot. irom a severe cold A"srs feels honev .. . Tnr - iu.1 When the soreness via be a t once relieved, a wa m grate fnl fMnr, cl U U H neaiing ot parts affected ,1 7 .1 V'1' -l- b? experie n ll,eels so good IT Hirt, the SPOT." it is guaranteed- - I'dose thfrotIsl"d Foley's .uiuB W. H. LACKEY, Successor to Lackey Gulley - First-Cla- s LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES FARM kM STOCK NOTES Jack Chinn will sell his'entir of racers at Lexington this month. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO A Queer ? Medicine. There is a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have discovered l. TRAVELING MEN. n college foot ball club defeated Louis ville atheletic team Monday by a score of ?A to C. Thisniakes Bethel champion of the state. Bethel College Defeats Louisville Athe letics. Russell ville, Ky., Nov. 22. Bethel Pardon Agulti Refused Stevens. Frankfort, Ky., Nov..l9. A second petition for the pardon of Ed Stevens, of Newport, convicted of assaulting Mrs. Gleason, was received by the gov- Corn is selling at SI. 10 vic'nity. Born, to thewTeof a four pound boy. per bbl in this W. B. Adams D. C. Pullins sold his crop of tobaceo to Mr. Bjaz'.ey, of Paint Lick, at 0 cents per pound. 2 Oicar Prather, a little t2n yetr old bay of James Prather, Is a natural mu sician, he can play on any kind of an instrument he ever saw. VilliamAsher, our clever blacksmith of Paint Lick, has sild his shop, tools, fcc. to Rodney .Griggs and bought a farm near Wallaceton. There is a gentleman in this vicinity putting in all his spare moments try ing to inyent an air ship, he has been in the gas business for some time but has never mide it very profitable. Friday night about 12 o'clock the residence of James Murray with most o ' its contents was destroyed by fire. It is supposed to have caught from a de fctive flue it was a good house and is a considerable loss to Mr. Murray as he had no in su ran a "Mr. A. W. Kavanaugh, of Lancaster, was in this vicinity a few days ago looking for a farm for his sister, Mrs. Ben LeavelL E. W. If orris and wi'e visited relatives near Bryan tsville this week. Mr. James Bustle, of Rockcas tle, was here this week on business! Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter. De Witt's Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cure Sick Headache, Billiousness, Inactive Liver and clear the Complexion. Small, sugar coated, don't gri-- e or ciuss nausea. At Stormes' D.mg Store. lm Zeitung Tuesday morning, in an article Soaking, healing, cleansing, De supposed to be inspired, advocates an Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the impla absolute prohibition of the importa cable enemy of sores, burns and tion of sausages. This advice is aimed wounds. It never fails to cure Piles at the American market. lou may rely upon it At Stormes' Drug Store. lm Kicked to Death by a Borse. Muncik, Ind., Nov. 22. Berry, aged 15 j'ears, son of George Duncan, resid BRYANTSVILLE. ing 13 miles southeast of Muncie, was Mr.. J. W. Poor, who has been sick kicked in the head by a runaway horse for quite a while is not expected to re Sunday and died from his injuries Monday. cover at this writing. or UrinKlnc At the meeting at Pleasant Grove Tompkinsville, Ky., Nov. 21. At church a call to the pastorate was ex- Fountain Run, Ky., Bunk Waller and tended to Elder Allen, of Danville.and Bob Hagen became engaged in a quar he accepted the call, it being the sev' rel at the Goodman hotel and Hagen enth year he has labored for the was fatally stabbed. Both men had church. been drinking heavily and were very Mesdames Geo. Ballard and Mary friendly until the quarrel, which arose Best, from Paint Lick, visited Mrs! A, over a frivolous matter. Uaselden, Saturday last Dr. Elliott Hank Charter Kztendeit. and family visited in Paint Lick Sat Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 21. Amended urday and Sunday. Mrs. Emma Spruce, of Nicholasville. was the pleas articles of incorporation were filed in ant guest of Miss Nellie Bourne. Mr. the office of the secretary of state by R. L Jennings and Sam Haselden vis the German insurance bank- of Louisltod their parents Sunday. Mr. Mar ville. The amendment proposed is the shall Davis, of Sulphur Well, visited extension after December 81, 1898, of its present charter for a period of 25 Mr. Ike Dunn, Sunday. Don't forget the oyster supper at years. Charged With Murder. Mrs. Tom Adams' Friday, Nov. 25th. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 19. Dennis Admission 25c. All are invited. Mrs. A. S. Haselden has a nice line Smith, colored, was arrested Friday of millinery, which the will, sell very night, charged with the mysterious murder of Jupiter Lewis, an old and low. respected Negro, who was killed SatMr. Clint Armstrong, who en urday night. Smith denies his guilt, attending the Springs at Martinslkle, but evidence against him is strong. Indiana, has returned home, very litDeath of a Prominent LuulsvlUe Cltlsen. tle improved. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 17. James F. Mrs. Dave Dunn, died on the 15th inst She leaves many relatives and Boicourt, one of Louisville's most friends to mourn her loss. She was a prominent citizens and well known member of the Christian church, and a throughout the country as advance agent of various true christian. They have the sympa- and circuses, diedtheatrical enterprises at his home Wednesthy of the community. day of general debility, aged'58. t has-be- son. Berlin, Prohibition of SansaRes. Nov. 22. The Kolmische ernor Friday and overruled, although it was signed by several of the convicting jury, the commonwealth's at torney and circuit judge. The Seventh Immune Regiment. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 19. The 7th Special Turkey Train. Nov. 21. Seven car loads of dressed ttirkeys, comprising ship- Paris, Ky., ments from Paris, Carlisle, Flemings-burRichmond and Austerlitz, left Paris Saturday by special train over the L & N road for Boston and eastern markets. g, some hitherto unknown ingredient, or that it js a cure-al'J his honest Medicine only claims to curecerta in diseases, and that its ingreuience are recognized by the most skilled physicians as being the best for Kidney and Bladder Diseases. It is Foley's Kidney Cure. Large receipts in Chicago recently have slightly depressep prices. Prime native wethers for 4.35 to 4.50, western range atSl:3D, choice spring lambs at 5 40, feeders at about S3.D0, feeding lain Is at 4.80. According to the report of the Immigration Bureau, the number of immigrants during the fiscal year was 29,-20a decrease of 1,533 over the preceding year. Italy leJ, as usual, with 'll 0, Fruit. Flowers. Shads. Blue Grass Nurseries. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Fruit and Ornamen tal Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Small Fruits, Rhubard, Asparagus and all stock grown in nurseries. Prices reasonable, as we emnlov no agents. Descriptive catalogue on application to H. F. HI LLENMEYFR Phone 2j. Lexington.Ky Fall, 1898. 58,013. Clover immunes, Negroes, the only regiment left at Lexington and held here on ac count of the wet and muddy condition of its prospective camp at Macon. Ga. will leave Sunday orMonda. Immediately after its departure, the provost guard goes to Columbus. Frankfort Gets the NVxt Meeting-- . Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 19. A tele gram from Miss Pauline Helm Hardin, state librarian, Kentucky's delegate to the national convention- of librarians, now in session at the national capital, announces that the second annual meeting will be held at Frankfort in November, 1899. - Nov. 28, 1898. is deficient inent stock men in this county. Bad In 1887 Mr. Thomas Mcintosh' of Al Giving our citizens an opportunity of health is supposed to have been the haying their eyes fitted with glasses, lentown, Tenn., had an attack of dys lie makes a thorough examination of cause. effort is .being made to secure a com- -, mutation of sentence for George of Lexington, under sentence to be hung for killing Barkeeper Perkins Port-woo- strengm in the market. The yield is Bad Health Caused Suicide. not Carlisle, Ky., Nov. 21. News reach- bad large, has not ripened evenly, and the well-know- n ed here of the suicide of Mrs. F. M. thy weather has kept it back. Timo- Mason Hotel, is in small supply, and the quality Gillespie, wife of one of the most promMonday, entery which became chronic. 'I was treated by the best physicians in East lennesse without a cure," he says, "Finally I tried Chamberlain's Cnlin Cholera and Diarrhoea liemedy. After using about twelve bottles I was cured sound and welL" For sale by R. E. MeRoberts. im Providing feed and shelter for the colts during winter in order that thev may continue to grow and be kept in tnrilty, vigorous condition will give them when grown so much better size, form and quality than the range grown horse possesses that it will prove a profitable investment of labor, feed and money, says an exchange. But it has another and valuable advantage. The young stock that is cared for in this way becomes accustomed to the presence of man and to a certain amount of handling which will make the trouble of breaking them and the danger-o- f injuring them while they are being broken much less than in the c ise of horses that have been raised entirely on the range. A Sure Sign or Croup. Hoarseness in a child that issubjc to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the disease. If is given as Boon as the child becomes .hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has appeared, it will prevent the attack. Many mothers who have croupy children alwayt-keethis remedy at hand and find thai it saves them much trouble and worry. It can always be depended upon and is pleasant-t- o' take. For sale by R. R MeRoberts. . im -' seed has developed greater Hr. R. Goldstein, optician will be at the Frankfort, Want a Commutation of Sentence. Ky., Nov. 18. A strong d, the eyes of each individual and prepares glasses suitable for each one. All who are suffering from weak or defective eyesight should see Dr. Goldstein. last April." Counterfeiting Charged. Trained Nurses. The service of Nurses who have graduated from the Louisville Training School can bo secured at the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary of Richmond, Ky,; price $15 per week, except in Sold.er's Remains Brought Home. Bowling Green, Ky., Nov. 18. The remains of Private Joe Baker arrived here. The funeral exercises will be in charge of the Porter Rifles. Baker's home was here. He was a bugler in the 1st Tennessee and .died at San Francisco, CaL, en route to Manila, last July. Shot In His Door. Moreitead, Ky., Nov. 19. A report has just reached here that Press In gram went to the home of James Ham, Goii to Texas. in this county, and calling him to the door shot him. Ingram fled and has Richmond, Ky., Nov. 17. Rev. R. B. not been arrested yet. Ham's wounds Briney has resigned as pastor of the are serious and he is not expected to Christian church, Kirksville. and will live. probably accept a call at Armarilla, Tex. Turkeys Plenty In Garrard Coanty. Lancaster, Ky., Nov. 18. The seasPre tn lams . on for the buying and shipment of has opened here and promises to to Although our prices are as low as the fowls vest, to increase patronage, the be a large business. As many as 10,600 Howard Tailoring compan.y of Chicaslaughtered go, turkeys have already been e an American Silveroin wa'ch, or a high class, handsome umand shipped to the city markets. brella, latest style handle, value S3 50 suit of clothes er overcoat, CUBAN RELIEF cures Dl4ts4AW Clic- - Keuralgiaand Toothache with each them. This does not change bought of " lUHlCrS In five minutes. 8ourStoach price or quality, and ta fit -- is guaran and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Cento. teed. M. D. Hughes, Agt. will-giv- Owenton, Ky., Nov. 18. J. A. Sebree, a well known tobacco buyer of this county, was arrested at Gratz Thursday morning charged with counterfeiting." He has borne a good reputation. Third Kentucky at Columbus,. Ga. Columbus, Ga., Nov. 17. The 3d Kentucky has arrived here and gone into camp. The brigade wintering here will consist of the 160th Indiana which is now in camp, the 1st West Virginia, expected in a few days and the 3d Kentucky. contagious cases, for whleh $20 is charged Application for nurses should be made to tho uperint endentof Infirmary. ORGANIZED 1883. niTIZEHS NATIONAL BAM, U OF LAS0ASTBB. tt. $100,000 15,000 Capital, Surplus Fund BUSINESS SOLICITED. Careful mnd Prompt Atteation Guaranteed J. M. Eiaannonux Lxwu Y. Lxavill. B. F. HuDtow W. O. Rionkt C. D. Walxxk President Cashier Assistant Cash'x Bookkeeper DISK CTOKS : J.M.HioanrBOTHAK. J.B.JOHHSOK, -- Aux.ama, BO. AbkouvJx: Jacob T. M. AJtXOLO. TB.y.HuDsoic. Iiwn 7. Liitiil. t. Soiuki. J. J.Waliii tcncss I rouscrs Tip-To- p Up-to-Da- Now is Your Chance to Bay i Finest Line of te. iii "U ilE.li ut RAILS a ibs The past record of this great make of goods has proved their durability of wear and perfection of fit, while the accompanying illustration taken from a window display of one of the many great establishments who us j the Dut chess prces the actual test of strength every garment is guaranteed to possess. Every pair sold under the Dutchess guarantee. The most simple and yet strongest warrant ever promised on any make of Trousers. Goods at Low Prices. To Investigate Danville, MORE LOCAL. Men 's Suits and Overcoats Ever shown in Central Kentucky at Prices Lower than fyou can purchase elsewhere. Boys' Suits Guaranteed to Wear. Children's Suits Finer and Better than ever shown. It will Pay you J. L. Fro Inn an & Co. Free Toll and Feed. MANHATTAN SHIRTS, BEST MADE. STETSON HATS, NOBBIEST MADE. BEST PANTS ON EARTH. Try a pair and you will buy no others. THE GLOBE. Ky, Jpsn.nnlne County Itonclft Sold. At Nicnolasvilh; S iturd 13' George T Pen hah bu ht for W. J. Hay.--. & 15eaz ev, of exas. is tt Mr. Clovel nd an B iton. stiniu. u t oi his brother, Mr. James Baz- Co nty turnpike bonds at par, amoun in Also refunding R. R to 33 0 We :rre triad to s.j- Wiii Collier "Ui nnl J ssnnini' c u ty bomls amouni-i'i- g aloitfullv ncjvereu from his to S C.U00. Hie bonds uyera-r. cent 11 twenty-tw- o md years. Mr. P k Grt-ry ni'l sister, Miss A cough is not like a fever. It uec- l K cLn,' i d, tferit hist have to run a cvrtain course. Cure day .v.th Mr,. 1). l. L.ic y. q.iickly and effectually with One. it Col. Jno. W. Miller at.d luuguter. Minute Cough Cure, the best rt medy Miss Ge rgi:, . ttei dei tin Fri-li- e for all ages an . for the mot severe catoday. Millsr nuptials in Loui:-viilWe recommend it because it's ses. good. A Storti es' Unitr Store. liu Lieut. V. m West, a member n the Guvi'rnoi's Gaard, Texas, has been vis To Tak a Vote. iting relatives nar thi. city. This is The Madison County Court has had h t'rst visit to Lancaster in fourteen published an order foe a vote on locai years. option in the Richmond. Union and Mr. and Mrs Henry Cartwr'glit, of E liston magisterial districts on Sat-- u ay, December 10. he saloon men Lexington, were in town Monday, the latter cming tn wind up some busi- of Ric imond wil. combat the pro ioi-tioand the temperance forc-sled by ness matters n w in court. Henry is work'nur at the printin? business in JHiite Lecturer G. W. Young, will be Lexi'ijrton. and has resided there ince equally as active. with he Recsverin; his '1 he sooner a cougn or is cure s'tn ord without. Harm to tne s. tne betLingering co.ds are dangerous. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper L. Dunn aid ter pretty baby, of Colorado, are vsiiting Hacking cough is distressing One his sister, Mrs. W. B. Mason. Mrs. Minnte Cough Cure quickly cures it. Dunn was the beautiful Miss Nannie Why suffer when such a cough cure is. Enrman, who visited here several within reach? It is pleasant to the years ago. Mr. Dunn is a contractor taste. At Stormes" Drug Store. lm and was recently injured by a fall Save Money. from a bridge. In order to increase my sales I will Miss Nell Marrs was the charming sell goods, already priced low, at a. hastess Monday evening to a number reduction leaving me the smallest of her friends. The guests were, Miss margin known to the trade. Come, es Fannie Collier, Carrie Currey, Kate and I will convince vou of the fact. and Lillian Kinnaird, Eliza Lusk. Many sales and small profits, is my Grace Kinnaird. Messrs W. J. Kin motto, and it will yield more, in the profits. sales naird, G. B. Swinebrond, Lieut. John end, than few Al. u. and large Agent. Hughes, Farra, Capt. Samuel D jncan and Mrs Fisher Gaines, of Danville. The band jrave an imnromDtu con- cart in the Court House Friday nipht It was the first time as many as eight A 0,ner Medicine. There is a medicine whose proprie- of the members had been together for tors do not claim to have discovered six months or more. It is next to im possible to keep up a band in a small some hitherto unknown ingredient, or town. The strangest part of the trouThe honest med that it is a cure-alicine only claims to cure certain dis- ble is the fact that those members who nothing to do are tiie ones who-staeases, and that its ingredients are re- have away from practice the most. cognized by the most skilled physi c'.ans as being the best for Kidney and Itottom Prices, Diseases. It is Foley's KidI am bound to sell goods, and in or ney Cure. lm der to do so I am selling absolutely goods, from Wanamakar & IN MEMORIAM. Brown, at Philadelphia prices. Suits for S8, S10.50 and 812. 0 that cost from The Nazarene published at Los An- S3 to S3 more elsewhere. Thev are geles, Cal , prints the following: selling and giving satifif action. Ccme Died Just as we are going to press and save money. Fits guaranteed or we learn of the death of Mrs. Evelyn no pay. M. D. Hughes, Ag't. Pierce, mother of Mrs. Dr. Baldwin Came to No Conclusion. and Mrs. Judge Knott, both of this The Fiscal Court was in session city, who died after a few days' illness, October 31st, 1898, in Washing- Thursday and a great many promi ton City, where she was visiting her nent citizens' were, present to talk son, Hon. Wm. P. Pierce. She left over the bond issue. Every man had a her home in this city about six weeks different idea, and the meeting rebefore her death, in her usual health, minded us very much qf a women's intending to spend about two months sewing society. They came to no with her son. She was well known, agreement whatever, and decided to and greatly beloved by a large circle wait nntil Saturday, when another of acquaintances in the city, where confab wiU be held. Those interested, she has resided for the last "fourteen and every taxpayer should be, ought to be at this meeting. Several exyears. She was born in Monticello, Ky., cellent plans have been nropossd and Feb. 17th, 1810. She was a lady of the matter will be arranged in a sat rare culture and great refinement. She isfactory manner at the next meeting. had a grace apd dignity rarely seen From New Zealand. a character of great beauty and symReefton, New Zealand, Nor. 23, f00. metry.. Her sweet spirit and great I am very pleased to state that since personal attractions won hosts of friends wherever she came. She mar- I took the agency of Chamberlain's ried Dr. J. S. Pierce when seventeen medicines the sale has been verv larre years of age. and spent most of her more especially of the Cough Remedv. In two years I have sold more of th's life at Lancaster, Ky. She was converted when 18 years of particular remedy than of all other age, and maintained an humble, de- makes for the previous- fiv& years. As vout, spiritual life unto the end! Her to its efficacy, I have been informed remains were taken to Kentucky and by scores of persons of the good results laid beside her husband, according to they have received from it. and know its value from the use of it in my own her desire. "When hearts whose truth was proven household. It is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle be Like thine are laid in earth, yond the reach of the". children. E J. There should a wreath be woven, n or Rum nv i i: m CL'AmiifiuuiEY. To' tell the world their worth"." uunerts. lrcj Ali-'ii . 1 aj-iiie-- s one-ha- if Stacy Adams' Sloes, Best Made. Suits Gleaned and Pressed. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Phone 136, Free to our customers. 5 R New Lai nf Cable Cord, for cording skirts and waists, just in, 2C a yard. Don't forget that for two weeks we will sell baby caps at cost. ul linner mv n Fri ay ev.:ni by Miss Van Ureeileif. Among tn ue-t- s was .Miss L mse Kai.ff a n, of this ci y See our New Line of Ostrich Tips. Special Values in these Goods Respectfully 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. Send for catalogue of Silver Novelties. CtZHI, YES! on c.e-- 1 Noel Sisters, 'Phone 85 Lu. . doe-no- t C.N McDonald, Jeweler, Optician, Danville Theie was exported from the United States last month 12,517,153 bus.iels of c irn. All of the European countries are develping a tiste for our c irn. Great Britain, which took less than 4),i)i)0,000 bushels in nino months of 1800. having taKeo 53.0)0,030 bushels in the nine raonttis if 1835; Fr.ince in creased from less than 4 .M0,QJ0 in lS9d to ovr 8.00 i.OJJ bushels in 1S08; Germany, less than 13.03C,- 000 bushels in 1890 to over 3?,J00,O0O in 1S98. c Builders 3f CENTRAL RECORD. THUHSDAY, Nov. 0O0 24, 1898. &OOOOO OOOOOOOOO Personal. n HARDWARE, D visitor in tiiis ctv un lav. Miss Jennie Ilurnssde entertained a few friends Saturday evening. Miss Mattie Mattingly, of Stanford, is the guest of Miss Nellie Dillon. Capt. W. J. Kinnaird, of Sliddlesbor- ough, is in the city for a few days. Mrs. Boring, of Junction City, has been visiting Mr. (Jeorge Evans and wife. Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines came home yeste rday to spend Thanks giving. Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson, of Richmond, was Mrs. D. M. Lackey's guest lift week. " x'er I'allou, o Stan ord, v;is a o-Ir 11 Overcome evil with good. Overcome your conjrh-- . and colds with One Min ute Couh Cure. It is to iroo children cry for it. It cure- - cnnp, bronchitis p. eumonis, grippe and all throat and At Stormes' Drug lunir disease-- . St re. lm Sigma, in writing to Ureeders Gazette about brood sows, is inclined to give the preference to sows not over two years old if their pigs can have plenty of cow's milk, but if the pigs Locks. Mantles, pigs are no larger. On the other hand young sows take better care of their pigs, are lighter and seldom overlay or step on their young as old, heavy and clumsy sows do rather frequently. When you ask for De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve don't accept a counterfeit or imitation. There are more cases of Piles being cured by this, than all others combined. At Stormes' Drug Store. lm Values of cattle, from day to day, fluctuate only fractionally with laree or small receipts. Prime beeves in Chicago are worth 50 cents per 100 U s. more than a year ago, or about 55.70 average; and the difference is quite as great in the good shipping and export class. Lately exnort trade has been by the forced affected unfavor.-iblmarketing of iiuffalo cattle on account of the drouth. The Chicago sh'paients have been reduced by the direct shipments eastward of large numbers of fat cattle from distilleries. with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on to the afiected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with 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 cure for rheumatism. For sale by R. E. McRob- erts. lm The Heat Plaster. A piece of flannel dampened JMW H. M. BALL0U. New Oases, New Lights, New Goods, at Grates lies and Burtha Burnside have returned from a pleasant visit to Misses Addie McCreary. Mr. Jno. Mount, of Centre College visited his uncle, Mr. R. E. McRot- erts, Sunday. Mrs. Sam Ward, of Livingston, is the guest of Miss Emma Soper, on Stanford Ave. are to depend solely upon the sow for nutriment he thinks it better to have sows two j'ears old or over because they give more milk. The pigs have only a certain time toget their growth and if they are stunted by an insufficient food supply the time is lost and they will never be as large nor as thrifty as they might be if well sucl led. Matured sows generally have more pigs than young sows, but the -- THOMPSONS l. CWstis LARGE s Sipe for Emiloflj. D THE JEWELER. Call and seethe 60011 T ii 10011 in Gitterii. Mrs. Fisher Gaines, of Danville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Currey. ' If you have parties visiting you, or are going on a trip yourself, kindly ring up "43"' and tell us. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox and pretty baby, of Richmond, have been visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. J. Y Currey, cf Louisville, will arrive to spend Thanksgiving with his parents. Mr. W. H. Wherrittand Mrs. Jno.E. Stormes, attended the Jackson-Bogg- s wedding at Richmond last week. Mrs. J. B. Paxton, of Stanford, is visiting her parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Alex Robinson on Stanford Avenue. Miss Ilallie Hamilton will entertain this week at a musical in honor of her charming guest, Miss Sarah Anderson, of Nicholasville. Misses Georgia .Miller, May Hughes, Messrs. Letcher Owsley and George Lusk, attonded the wedding in Louisville today. Miller-Frisbie B'.a-ide- r r. Dazling isplay of Holiday Goods CIIPPPIQIliri V ASSORTMENTUUrirniullluLI APPR- Cut Glass and PRIATE GIFTS. Saturday, December 3, '98. Sterling Silver Novelties. all of our friends and pat rons to call and make Sterling Silver Novelties of All Kinds. Dolls in Great Variety. Medallions in All Sizes. Books. Onyx and Jardinier Stands. Celluoid Novelties. Fern Dishes Etc. WE INVITE Calendars. "While we cannot describe or enumerate our Great Variety of Elegant j j. Attractions, we are very glad to Show them to" All Visitors. We claim for our stock General Excellence in Quality, Immense Variety, Reasonable Prices. Whatever yonr wants lie, we can meet fhem with BeauliM Selections. We solicit a Comparison of Goods and Prices, knowing you will find our Holiday I,ine the Best and Cheapest. AN INSPECTION of our stock. We took especial pains to select only the Miss Mary Welch will leave in a few days to be one of a house party entertained by Miss Lscia McAfee, of Lebanon. Jessamine Journal, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gallaher, of this county, received the sad news of the death of the wilfc of Mr. Allen B. Gallaher, of Washington, D. C. The Shelby Sentinel says: Rev. Donald McDonald and bride left Saturday for Hodgenville, where he is now engaged, in conducting a protncled m ;eting. HANDSOMEST HATS and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets. - STORMES DRUG STORE, Mi5s5alliETmett S. BEAZLEY, Lancaster, Kentucky, Ov?0OOOOOOOOOO$OOOOOOOOOO The Richmond Pantagriph tells of a Teeth extracted without patn with Vluliied Air. Office is New Thompson iloclr. DENTIST. MONDAY, I have mads COUNTY for this sale. ADVICE OIJ Liii'liSK-Via-Laia. SALE - COURT - DAY, spe-.r- AT dis1 B special arrangements ATSON'S Stock complete. WIT AND WISDOM. The man who can say "yes" and "no" at the right time has tlu greatest com-- 1 mand of language. Most of us waste too much time in figuring up what others ought to save. Washington (la.) Democrat. Farmer "Look here, my son, it is time to repair our mill. The artists are beginning to paint it." Fliegende Tit-Bit- s. j Prices right. let a Start And Save Endless Suffering which Winter Brings. leather approaches. To fact, many who have been under treatment for so long, and during the glimmer feel little discomfort from the disease, are almost persuaded thai they have been cured. But the first" chilling blast of winter proves that the disease is still with thni,. and as the winter advances, thfir Catarrh grows in severity. Those who have felt only a slight touch of Catarrh may be sure that only cold weather is needed to develop the disease. What appears to be only a bad cold will prove lanva difiicult to cure than formerly, and will return with more frequency, until before long the disuse is fully developed. "For years I suffered from a severe On Catai Tim most offensive of all diseases becomes more intense :is cold Those who get a start on the ease before the cold and disagreeable weather aggravates it, will find a cure less difiicult. Calat; h increases in severity year by ye;.r. and becomes one of the most ob- mi'li?q in.it.i on I lrrr-cntInMil. 11. is equany luipm mmi uiau if..: J the right remedy bo given. All of sprays, local applications inhalations, etc., can washes, never cure Catarrh, for they do not reach the disease. Catarrh is in the blood, and only a blood remedy can cure it. Local appl- ications taken internally. Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) is the right remedy for Catarrh. It cures the most obstinate cases by coinc direct to the cause of the case of Catarrh, and took several kinds trouble the blood and forcing of medicines and used various local lut they had no effect whnt-pv- t. j out the disease. Those who have I was induced to try S. S. S. met, with bo much disappointment (Miv ft's Specific) and after two months from local treatment should throw perfectly well and have never aside their sprays, washes and inI felt any effects of the disease since. haling mixtures and take S. S. S. I McAllister, A cure will result. Send for free "llarrodstiurK. It is easy to see the importance books. Address Swift Specific of prompt treatment for Catarrh. i Company, Atlanta. Georgia. j i w.-i-s I j reach theirritated surface; the right remedv must be only y u, if you are willing to receive it that way. However, for your eake, Have You Any Idea of What It Has Dour we hope you are too generous to acVor Von? cept so many unrequited favors and that yon are willing to reciprocate the 1 te 1, the peopie much which you same. 1 See to have known, but wh'ch tto Help the editor. Be his friend, and mcdesty or necessity prevents you he will prove his friendship to you. from telling. Subscribe for his paper and pay him folks have been for it regularly in advance and get If you and all prosperous acd fortunate in your af- your neighbors to do the same. fair., the paper has boosted you all Send him the news or occasionally a the way. If you have had mis'ortune, watermelon or a peck of peaches. the paper asked for sympathy in your Invite him to your picnics and famibehaH ly dinners, so that he can eat a square This the paper rejoiced, when you meal occasionally. re joiced and wept when you wept. If Don't call the ticket you give him to yo.t are a. good and enterprising the church concert a deadhead. He the paper will always be your can't buy tickets from every body to Jrlead and will back you in your en- every thing, but ha will say kind terprise and will help to find your bu- words of your performances and thus siness friends. lead others to buy your tickets. It U lis you where to buy and where If you have anj'thing to buy or sell to s.'ll. It tells of rogues to be avoid- let the paper assist you to find customers. Advertising that really pays ed the printer benefits both advertisers It tells you of current prices and and readers. prevents you from being cheated and If you have any job printing to do, bwindkd in 100 ways. don't take it to an outside office, but give your local newspaper the first Finally, when vou die. the paper chance. vil publish your obituary and will Give the editor a pointer occasionalccv.t over your faults and will recite ly, or write him sensible short articles the story of your good deeds. and don't get mad if he fails to seee your When All these things the lecal editor will say a good thing,way. him so. he does tell h s paper to do, but no one else ciusc in the world will dothem or can "do Lale to bed and early to rise, prethem for you even for love or money. pares a man for his home in the ski s The outside paper is a stranger to your Hut early to bed and a Little Early 1st le world and is not at all interest- Riser, the pill that makes life longer ed in its improvement. Yet your lo- and better and wiser. At Stormes cal paper does all this free of cast to Drug Stor.. lm YOUR LOCAL PAPER. citi-ze- r. Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at -- "N y Hr-- tv 14 I I li" It fully Warranted and Excels all others. All Kinds FarinMachinery Always on Han d CAUGHT BY THE CAMERA. Girls SJuiuId Not WrIteToo Often mnl Photograiihy Una Come to He an SIiouMh'I ISITerVOKCC L'iiiiu Elllclent Aid In the Detection I'illif r. of Criminals. In writing to men. girls especialBy both accident and intention, on too much. ly gjrls past 2o don't and don't say it in many words. .Men numerous occasions, the art of the ail have latent, inborn cruelty under photographer has proved of immense their waistcoats, and it all conies on! utility in compassing the conviction of when they get documents over four criminals. An amateur photographer in Chijuges long. Don't use more than one "darling"-pe- r cago cunningly concealed an automatic camera in the tapestried wall of page, even to your fiance, ("usli , for the purpose of ou must, when you are togetHer. but his drawing-roomWhj securing some reliable evidence as to don't effervesce upon paper. the behavior of certain members of his tljould you. really'.' If 3011 hunger for warfare, writi household during his absence from tc your lover a sweet, loving pnsis.. home. One moonlight night a burglar broke into the house by way of the card, directed to the office. Tty it apartment mentioned. In so doing, he wait. So matter if he does want you it disturbed the spring which set the hidden machinery in motion, and left write every day don't. A few for a letter from you wiil l. nn excellent photoof himself upon the faithful camera, which, when prowholesome moral discipline. duced in court, secured his speedy Men do not dote upon reproaches sent by mail. If you have jM can-- , conviction. In another instance a man who foi anger against any of the poor in:. murdered his mother was arrested species, manifest it by a gotder by the operations of the omniscient Speech is hut silver, and wii camera. The dreadful deed was compioachi's are. in comparisi..; t mitted in a forest, where a student hsst r metal. of photography was at work. A parDon't spend whole pajjrs ticularly pretty glen was so admired i cuses; that is egotistical. i.. by the artist that he took three copexalt you in your correspond! i.s" ies of the scene. One of these, when to implore him to "unsw; wrr duly developed and enlarged, porler;" flint should be a si.. ; trayed the details of the terrible tragtask. CientleiuiMi need no si.e!. edy, and by its aid the culprit was minders. brought to justice. IT you receive a written During the jubilee celebrations a sionally of a man's aflV r photographer in London show it to your best friend, might thus he horn, and malice is her took a number of street scenes of historic interest. In one of these pictwin sister ISeficies, it's silly. A reeropsed epistle ir tures, where a vast concourse of peonn unlovely witness against you. Men ple were assembled near St. Paul's enjoy daint ily-- orded mid written let- cathedral, the camera revealed a ters when lie , must read them !.! all. pickpocket in the very act of plying Xe.'er expect a bus-- mere man to his peculiar profession. An old detective, who afterward inspected the renlly distinguish himself in a letter he won't. He is essentially a disciple photograph, said that he knew the man well. He was badly "wanted" for of brevity. A crafty wooer will face powder and frauds committed on the continent, shot rather than give a worldly wom- but the officers were not aware that an documentary evidence of his court- he was in London. A week later he ship. He judges all women to be trai- was arrested. A snap shot at a summer crowd on tors until they prove otherwise. Wise the sands of Margate came out so are thou. O man. paper is vulgar, clearly that the knight of the camhighly-tintepaper likewise, stamps era showed it with satisfaction to a number of his friends". Among these chirog-raph- v ml eccentric ddly placed not to be esteemed. Pittsburgh was a Scotland Yard .officer who discovered among the mass of faces the Dispatch. familiar features of a man whom he had been hunting for months. TakRULES. ing the next train to Margate, he A Jill: In (tiro Monarchy on Ship Uonrd haunted the beaches until he sighted the fugitive and effected his arrest. Willi U10 CnplRln on A Portsmouth photographer paid a the itriilK. professional visit to a large garden party at Southsea, where he took a The "ship's 'ompany" of a visitors with is like a hmited monarchy, in group of fashionable which the captain is the monarch, his salient success. During the process power limited only by the "Articles for of development he observed that In the Hetter Government cf the Navy of the holly hedge behind the group a the United States," otherwise known rather repulsive human face apas the articles cf war, and the orders peared." A fortnight later a lady purand regulations, of the navy depart- chaser of one of these photographs ment. With this restriction his word made the same .singular discovery, is law; his mandates must be obeyed to and averred that the face resembled the face of that of a man who had the letter by all on board. The commissioned officers are the made a futile attempt to rob their nobles, the aristocracy. Between them house a few weeks prior to the party. and the crew there is a social gulf as The matter being mentioned to the wide as that between a British peer and police, the district was scoured, and a shopkeeper. There is none but of-- the man who was an old criminal ficinl communication between these was arrested and imprisoned. An Irish housebreaker in Belfast, two elements; yet the ofiicer has the nobleman's solicitude for his people, evidently ignorant concerning the and the men li'ive a corresponding re- character of the camera, found his ay one night into a photographer's spect, loyalty, mid oftentimes affecstudio, on burglarious thought intion, for their officers. The burghers are the warrant of- tent, when a large photographic apparatus attrncted his attention. More ficers the boatswain, gunner, and carpenter all worthy, im- by accident than design, the camera, portant men, entitled to the prefix had been left ready for use, and the "Mr." before their names when ad- artless manipulation of the machinery dressed 1)3' either superiors or in- by the curious thief actually pro? duced a picture of himself, which was feriors. The nnval cadets or "middies" are the afterward employed to bring about Chicago Evening his conviction. student class. The crew represents the grent body ICews, Doubtless a Graduate. of the people. In it are found thp repWeary Willie Wonder where resentatives of nearly everj' trade. There are "yeoman." as they are tech- Slonchy Slocum ever got dat Harvard nically termed, who are the clerks and college diploma dat he carries around storekeepers. The paymaster's yeo- in his pocket? Doyer t'ink he slole it? Sandy Saunders W'jv no; from de men keep record of and serve out the I t'ink clothing and miscellaneous stores con- vacuity uv his conversation hev sumed by the .'hip's company; the he must It graduatedHefrom Harvard ain't bright natural. ship's yeoman is the storekeeper for an' got cordage oil. canvas, hardware, and the enough ter git it any other way. Judge. like; the engineer's yeoman is the custodian for mechanic's tools, spare Hard on Illni. pieces of machinery, nnd general enHe (during a till) You think you gineer's supplies. There are pharmaknow it all. cists, "bay men,' nurses, electricians She There is one thing I have yet carpenters, machinists, blacksmiths, to learn. boiler makers, painters, tailors, "Ah, what is It?" printers. bakers, nnd. natural"To love a man." Up to Date. ly, the essentially nautical artisans, Rare such as calkers, riggers and the like. Drowning Man Help! Help! Horner's Bound Table. Rescuer (yelling to amateur photogDelays are Dangerous. rapher on bank) Wait a second. I've Many of our friends, or people whom nearly reached him. Now! you know of have contracted consump- Chicago Tribune. tion, pneumonia or other fatal diseases by neglect of a simp'e cold or cough. aa.aaNUBIAN TEA cures Dppep-- 1 1(1111 VI v Bia, Constipation snd IndiFoley's Honey and Tar, a safe, sure and pleasant cough medicine, would gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. have saved them. It is guaranteed. ; ' ' well-know- n br.dly-.spelli'd MAN-O'-WA- R man-of-w5 sail-mak- Consumption or Asthma in No! it is not claimed that Ikia For Foley's Honey and Tarvwill cure etter. the siU ilaiu advithout an an'l Biseab rm:: - s.t .. ' e"f:u vanced stages, it holds out no such false hopes, but does truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early atages to effect a cure. ELECTRDFDISE 11 I . v.i. .... Moi-- siteh. t.l tn::ic. 23 I'rki?. nts. pnri& 1 1 1, SPKINGPIr.; D FIUI rv 1:1: E 1 11 11 ill lli n- - u M v CO c 1 li 1.0 s i . ii..y p.ir 1, u r r. mov ng the cause FQUITAB E'IFE INSURANCE c Blaetter. "How much of a standing army have "Very small, my boy. Most of it's lying down." Cleveland Plain Dealer. There is a great deal of money spent on cake frosting at weddings, considering the unceasing appetite of a long future for plain bread. Atchison we, papa?" Globe. iF XEU YOKK to absorb Ot.'.'f'i, p'u it ing the b'.ood, and buil ing up Robinson tVlliiniillo!) .liri.v tne system Dear Sirs: The goitre has rntirely f Office ovet Post Office. j 'rom Airs Wi ueew, lii-un- j :: : Lavcvht'.r .d .n.- is the pr udeiand .uost irrate-- f uom;n in tin- - world. The Eii-- r John Hoshal. Comp islieil what tne phv-i- W. C Slimer. s c ul.l not. Mo .!.. d SLIMER & HOSHAL id ha ei yeir go h v ti t if til ' LIVE STOCK SALESMEN UNION STOCK Y RDS. "Yes, sir," said the man in cell 711, "time was when I was admitted to the very best houses." "And what brought you here?" "They caught me coming s. out." A person usually leaves his manners at home when he goes traveling, because if he didn't the porters would probably charge him extra for them. Detroit Journal. First Politician "You are a blithering idiot!" Second Politician "You are a mean, dishonest, contemptible sneak!" Presiding Officer (quite inappropriately) "Gentlemen, gentlemen!" Somerville Journal. Hattie "Then we went to Scotland. It is perfectly wonderful the way they talk the dialect." Uncle George "Why wonderful?" Hattie "I should think they'd forget now and then and drop into English. I often do when I'm reciting Burns or playing golf." Boston Transcript. Tit-Bit- d un e. 11 C1NCI.NNATI. O. other case o goitr. ih., idly cured. It is my only doctor, ;iau OUR COMMISSION CHANGES ARE $3.00 PER CA FOR HOCS, $10. I use it in my family for all ailments. PER CAR FOR CATT1.E. llr.a Sam Wai.keu, Reference: Western Herman Hnnk. Wife of Uuited States Commissioner, Cincinnati, O Wytheville, Va., July 9, 1S90. vv .11, 1 n.iV -- Dubois 513 Fourth & webb. Louisville, Avenue, ALL WOMEN Shoultl know that the "Old Time" Keinetly, 13 1 1 ci I rvi rcc sep-3- 0 2 For Sat.e Forty OjO lb. steers, 10 heifers. T. .U and W. McC. John-toFon Sale A splendid genfeman's wheel, pr.ee S12, or will trade for a horse, cow.mulu or hogs. R. E. Henry. Citv Propeutv Foil Rest My home on Lexington street, bstween College and Judge Hemphill's. Full particulars on application to Fisher Herring. Mrs. Susun Fisher. tf. For Sale A nice jersey cow, will be in the spring, has had five calves and has not been dry since gallons o! first calf, she is giving ra.lk a day. gentle, cm lead her anywhere, will bs fresh in Febuarjv R. E. Uenkv. For Sale A farm, consisting of 100 acres of good hemp and tobacco bind. Farm lies four miles east of Lancaster on the Hyattsville and Kirksville turn pike. Also 21 acres on same pike in sight of Hyattsville. For inform ition all on R.E Hjary, ol The Record ffice. 1493- - OIL enn PtaHfofC CUBANBruises, Rheur IWlUvl VCuts, Burns, matism and Sores. Price, 25 cente Incomparable SexXlOe. The Queen & Crescent trains are the finest trains run in the State of Kentucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect with the main Highways of the Great Trunk lines of tne North, West and East. to Th's is the line Washington, New York, Boston and the The Queen & Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati. S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. W. G. Morgan, I). P. A.. Lexington, Ky. t Is the best f or rc!s!s 7rbka. Correct.-- ; c.15 IrregularltleslnFeniale Organs. nouulto taken for Cfexateo! Life nnd before Plasters 'tiM Tims" Rpntulu have stoml the test for twenty years. I Mcdf only by New Sptncpr Medicine Cc. Char R. E I ; 1 1' s rti. I Lancaster You If Are Going North, You Are Going South, Going If You Are East, THC If You Are Going West; TICKCTS VIA PURCHASE NEW LIVERY. I have purchased the Wal- CAPITAL ) 1,000.00 ) L -- OJF- BANK ( SURPLUS 1 $65,000.00 ker stable and am prepared to furnish the LoutsviLic Nashville ft. R. Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Travelers. Com-morci- al LANCASTER, KY, A. R. Dknnt, President. Jno. E. Stormis, Vice President. Wx. H. Kihnaird, Cashier. AND SO SCCURSi RICE BENGE nounce train service for the especial benefit of trayel to the West Indies has been heard from. Hie Qjeen & Crescent Route are announcing a fast train known as the F orida & Havana Limited." It will go into serv.ca from Cincinnati to T irapa, Jacksonville, Miam, Mobile and New Orleans. This exponent of the genuine American idea getting into the field early will be a conr.plete vestibuled service, with diners, observation cars, wide vestibules; electric headlights and all the paraphernalia of the modern railroad train It is chiefly to be marEed as the first in the field for the new territory which is just cominjr under the protection of the greatest flag on earth. Train will make fust time to Ports named and will connect with fine steamer service to various Ports in Cuba, Porto Rico and Jamaica. It marks a new era in railroading in this country. The Havana Limited. The first A perlcan Railway to 0.1 a. C. Dknnt, Assistant Cash'r. B. T. Kmbkt J. F. Bobinbon. Jb, Ass't of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. The Maximum Rates, Time and all other information wH be cheerfully furnished by C. P. ATM O FIT, o. p. A., Or by DIRECTOKB Sara'l.D Cochran, Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes. Farm for Sale. I will sell my farm, containing seventy-si- x acres, privately, and on easy terms. The land lies about 4 miles east of Bryantsville. is easily reached and in good state of cultivation House contains, fonr robms and bos nil nee essary outbuildings. There Is a good orchard and never failing water. The place Is nnder good fence. Por farther information call on or address, Mrs. J. M. Sorivner, Bourne. Ky. Mixed, passes Lancaster, 11 35 a i4 Mixed. 3:10 p. " .iurin-na rass gr .r " South b'nd 11:3 a. oSuth-b'nd d Sorth-b'n- K. C. Bramh. KNIGHTS OF PVrMAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis- iting Knights are fraternally invitG. B. Sw 1 nb broad C. Cj ed. J. E.; Robinson, K. R. &S. V