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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt as Second Class Matter KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 2 1891 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I 1 u YEAR NUMB lt 24 LOUISLANDRAht LANCASTER 71 u u r ht 1tntftt tothTENTS Pnhliahpr TEE IA811I1I FILTER Patented Feb 28 1899 GleanBS dater iu every Dctail ihoraghlpPcricc r IN EVERY DETAIL Separates trash from the water before thewater is filtered Water filters through selve venting tiasb from being filtering material Bird nests leaves trash etc can not possibly enter filtering material as it is caugh in the filter before water Is Wnen screw is removed it allows tilter to out thoroughly There is no chance for bugs or any of to accumulate as it in other filters from daiunuess J R HASELDKIN Lancaster Ky I e Eeazley Bangliman Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets Attorney atLaw Lancaster 9 J S HASELDEN 7 I To Buy p 2z yz 2 2 0 LANCASTER AND VICINITy County court Monday Timothy seed for le T Currey New goods by the load at J Josephs For sale 7 bushel barrel salt L 50 H B Harness and saddles at greatly re duced prices for this week and next J R HASELDEN A line of Worsted dress goods worth 121 25 35 0 and 75c all at lOcgo per yd R L JENNINGS Co The Masonic lodge meets Tuesday night at which time there will be a third degree The Ladles Aid Society Will meet with Mrs Walter Beazley Saturday afternoon at the usual hour Call Friday or and see as large line of Woolens iron mens wear as you will find in the large cities J C I Now is the time to get you a good air tight stove We bought our goods before the advance and will give our customers the advantage of them J R HASELDEN Ladies we will soon have our big stock displayed anal njarked It is the handsomest ever Kentucky n Central The handsome dwelling of Captain Thos Austin on Crab Orchard street is rapidly nearing completion It is considered one of the best built and most convenient houses in town New Butcher Shop good meat and low stand at old post office on street I will also pay market price in cash for all kinds of produce R E THOMPSON 4t Speaking Monday Hon John Feland will address the voters of Garrard on behalf of the republican ticket in Lancaster next Monday at 130 oclock Everybody invited Speaking Court Day Hon James J Black of Barbours ville will speak at the court house in Lancaster Monday Sept 25th at 130 p m in the interest of the Demo cratic ticket Mr Black is an able lawyer and splendid speaker probably Saturda an or ILL sho wan North tt JosErIl Danville highest Barrel salt at Gaines Tons of new Fall goods at JOSEPT saddles at are going cheap W McC Johnston is building a handsome residence on Danville St E L Jennings Co at Paint Lick will pay lOJc per dozen for eggs trade Wanted Turkeys Ducks and Chickens will pay highest market price II B NOKTHCOTT DontTail to see tfte Tailoring dis play at J C on Friday and Saturday of this week The most important matter ever before the people of Garrard county is the rail road scheme now being Dr Goldstein the celebrated has decided to resume his regular visits to Lancaster and will return Oct 10 See card in this issue Seed Wheat I have between 500 and 600 bushels of good seed wheat for sale of the Ev eretts High Grade variety 1m JNO W MILLER Somewhere aronnd Public Square a ladies silk umbrella with crooked Return to this offlc and get re ward We have to make room for fall goods will sell a great many goods at and some at less than cost E JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Ky Our long experience in buying goods us to get the right sock at right prices We give you that cannot be by others The committee the right way for the railroad is meeting remarkable success Everyone so far has been exceedingly rea and their good sense is being on all hands Held Over The three young men charged with the electric lights waived and were held to the jury in the sum of five hundred each The bond was readily ns j Handmade eese Hemp ills pushed optician Lost handle he carl J OSEPH securin Jf een rand iYen Haseld ost mete s jgjfi S 4 t4 0 OH NoT TO BUY That is The Question It is true you may not possess the riches of the millionaire or the shining dust of a returned Alaskan but with such TEMPTING PRICES and splendid values can you afford to pass them by It is not time for sleigh bells yet but come and hear the merry jingle of the LOWEST PRICES ever made on MENS PALL SUITS All Wool Suits at 500 750 1000 and 12 4 I I 0 o Q Q 0 4 Q o D t 4 as You have never bought a full suit such as these are at any such money Our suits are not worth their weight in gold as some clothiers advertise their suits to be but our suits are worth dollar we ask for them We would like the pleasure ofshowing you what we have to offer this Fall and we assure you that NO ONE will be more welcome at our store than yourself Ladies Misses aqd Ciildrens Fiqe footwear SPECIALTY Our MENS SHOES are the VERY BEST that can be loight of Eas tern Factories r OUt Hats Stylish Our Neckwear is the Latest LOGAN ROBINSON g fe p HI fejX ps H Ss fesx SS O S gS are I 4 every y 4 A 4- ti r 4 f t 4 4 4 044440 444 4444444444444 44444 4 l r y 1N 4 IF 1 uwi t Sncl 4 4 4 4 4 4 r Danville will suffer from a case of Uncle Toms Cabin on the night of the 28th The prettiest of dress goods ever shown in Lancaster is at Joseph I House for rent W J Roma Every more new goods to Josephs A large line of push and fur robes lowest prices J R Haselden has taught us how measure you for a stylish tailormade suit or overcoat LOGAN ROBINSON Come and get a Tailor made suit at readymade satisfac tion guaranteed Jy C HEMPHILL Wanted Eggs butter bacop lard and all kinds of will pay highest in goods or cash Faulconer T Rev L Robinson will preach morning and evening at the odist church and Sun day afternoon Mr Wachtel is a practical cutter form you have J C UEMPHILL Having sold my business I desire to close my old books Come and settle either by cash or no e want to sell all my bad papers to some one else G S Gaines Rev Ira Partin has closed a meet ing at Waynesburg in which 26 ad ditioris were made to the church 18 of were baptised He was as sisted by Ray Stamper Encourage Good Tiling Dont wade to the depot through darkness slid mud but telephone Rice Benge and have his handsome bus to call at your door This is an that should certainly be encour aged Only for Jockey The horseswapping ordinance pub fished in this issue is intended to Jockey Row the biggest nuisance the town has to contend with It is only meant to break up the gangs If two men want to trade or exhibit horses on the streets in an orderly way of course they will not be interfered How Killing Benge Miller have constructed firstclass slaughter pens and are pre pared to kill and dress your hogs or cattle at reasonable figures The located at end of Totten avenue and are uptodate in every particular Have your meat killed where it can be properly handled and by expert hands Chance for Colored men Ablebodied colored men now have an opportunity to get into the army see the world and at the same time make good wages The war depart ment has issued an order for the organization of two negro regiments to be known as the Fortyeighth and Fortyninth They will be organized at Fort Thomas Ky and Jefferson Barracks Mo thRicenew bus to meet all trains He will call for you at residence if you give the order over the telephone and get you to depot in ample time This bus will be at the depot at night and is one of the accommodations the town would suggest that the people patronize this bus in good weather as well as in bad for if it does not pay of course fare is excedingly reasonable The New Garrard This is the name adopted the hotel now being built Poeple who have traveled and know what they are talking about say this will be the finest hotel they ever saw in a country As town It is undoubtedly the biggest the state Messrs Ryan the contract ors have had much trouble in getting material and consequently have been much delayed but the building will be ready for occupancy within the next six Meeks or two months The com pany has not yet rented the building to anyone though they have many applications They will exercise much caution in making the contract with a renter and use all precaution to keep out any renter who is not a hotel man and one who will endeavor to starve out his patrons Unless they do get a man who will feed they will soon find the building a white elephant as the traveling pub a lie will hunt a place where they can get good victuals well prepared Ken tuckians especially will never patron ize a place where short rations are served Its all well enough to rent to a man but if the renter wints to build up the house he must give Kentucky feed to his guests See that he sets a good table breth you will soon find The New Garrard a paying investment n a of of do J rings now being opened inExperience p coon roduce market rndon Sunday at IcKendree perfect whom 8 enterprise withsoFur U2ltf your greatest ever THE RECORD tIre Benge and have kiln call for you The and most convenient in this section of northern cr ryp ice SH Mel breakup pare tipIfor Srst cl cell and f J en sis ass Bn TIIE for rard and the only The this line We get put now and ate ENTIRELY WITH US or Railroad Through Gar rard All now Depend on the County her Part From the telegram sent here last Wednesday one would have been lead to believe the Southern Railways ex tension was to be made through Gar rard for a certainty whether the rightofway was donated or not We have found some to believe this and to assure them right now most emphatically that the road will not be built here unless the ground is the company The Southern has made this survey and its officers say it is exactly what they want both in and in curvature Now they will not run another line nor enter tain any proposition whatever to go another route it Garrard comes up to her offer in the matter Garrard can and will unquestionably deliver the goods if the land owners are anything like reasonable in their demands As the money has to be made up by subscription of course we raise the amount necessary to pay unreasonable and disgustingly prices for the little strip of land running through a farm Our people ate perfectly willing to pay actual damages but when a man has the nerve to ask the price for his entire farm it is stretching the blanket just little toofar Any man with business ability can see that the building of this road here means many dollars in the pockets of every citizen of the county and if his is now so valuable that it will make it doubly so If those along tha line will only talk to parties over whom a road now runs they will learn that a railroad is not the disadvantage that some croaky are trying make them believe As tar as the commit tee has gone they have mot with replies from the land owners and some of them have seen so clearly the advantage it will be to them that they have donated the land We can not beleive that we have any citizens narrowminded that when by the committee they will try to gouge their neighbors of Garrard by asking fabulous prices We do not believe there is one in the county who so fond of a penny or so greedy and selfish as to try and stop this road and thus forever and eternally shut us out from the world of commerce and pro gross Of course the courts can be culled upon to condemn the land but RECOUD would dislike very much it to go out to the world that Gar a has within her borders a man that is so shortsighted and penny wise as to place an obstacle in the way the countys march to prosperity advancement Boyle and Lincoln counties are standing with open arms for this road and will not only give right of way but will come up any other request the rord may see proper to ask Now as we said at outset this road through Garrard depends upon the rightof way company has the survey they want it is as near perfect as it is pos sible to make a road in this country they want to strike the territory reached via this line and no other line will be run if Garrard conies to the front as she should an1 is able to do The survey will be corn pleted to Jellico within the next fifteen days and if this county stands ready to the goods work construction will be at once begun the distance from here to Burgin is short it will only be a short time until trains can be rune ing to this county Fellow citizens of Garrard now is the opportunity of your life If you let paS you may as well sit down and content yourself to always pay high freight rates and be compelled to ship your products to one market Why this when tbe new road will open to all the North East and South do not believe you will Anotifr Fight at Faint Lick It occurred between The Roller Mills of Burnam Rucker and their ly customers and trade and for while that the mills were about to licked but Burnam Rucker have on a double force of men and are running their plant both he day They are now prepared for to trade and exchange fully Come from near and you can be accpmodated C generally inside of 30 minutes Re member we stand on our flat feet and state to the public that we are experts business 9213t BuENA RUCKJSB es at F ty t IRa towant given private cannot outrageous ordinary and almost to favorable approached tenor deli ver aye itseemed tart Doing grade perfectly nigh l 1- r New Goods Our Fall and Winter goods are now arriving daily Stock will soon be complete We are showing handsome line ofPlaids and Novelty Dress Goods Our line of Black cant be beat Come in early and make your choice before the pretty ones are picked up We also handle a line of from a Chicago House who makes Ladies TailorMade Suits We take measures and guaran tee fits Come in and see our line of samples r Orepons e Samples N lOGAN DRY GOODS CO HC now H the tral and the He lice Lovely dress goods at JosEinv September 1st after eggs cash H B Do you want a stylish tailormade suit leave your measure with Logan Robinson Storeroom Rent Will rent room T occupy an give possession at once Stock ofgoods low and will be as a whole at great bargain J v SWEKNKY ir Keep the Work Going A B Marksbury is having a pavement laid the whole length of his property It is one of longest stretch of pavement except the Graded School to be laid in town When the residents along these side streets with the law our town will have most complete sidewalks in Cen Kentucky Cincinnati Excursion Sunday The L will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday at 125 As the season is getting late there may be no more of these cheap rates those wanting a cheap and trip will do well to take it in There will be base ball the Lagoon Coney Island and ten thousand other attractions Train leaves Lancaster 252 a m returns at 1229 night A Flae Restaurant Many Garrard people will be glad to know that their old friend Chas Rice again has charge of the restaurant at Danville opposite Foxs stable and is better prepared than ever to wait his patrons He gives you the market affords it is well prepared and his prices are very reson able Call to see him and a square meal and the best of Squire W F Henry After a lingering ilness Squire W Henry died at his home 3 miles from town Monday night He had been a man of splendid health until a or so ago when he began to fail Squire Henry was born in Garrard county seventyseven years ago near spot where he died He began in early manhood to lead a life of hones and industry and bydoing so strict he soon won the high esteem and friendship of the people of the county was repeatedly elected as magi trate of his district and held that of for years By reasonable economy earned an estate worth from thirty forty thousand dollars He leaves three children viz James JR Mrs H Arnold and Mrs Sallie Saunders After scripture reading and prayer by Clark the remains were taken in charge by the Lancaster Masonic and interred in the family burying lot near tile i I ants n w d comply N pleasant upon everything I I Rev fraternity house i Northco Ipso C Fort sd C attention c a t I Fall Opening On Friday and Saturday Sept 22nd and 2ird Mr E Wachtel of the firm of Kahn Brosv will have on display with J C their en tire stock of Woolens consisting of all the latest novelties both in foreign and domestic weaves and this is a rare opportunity of seeing as large a stock displayed as will in any of the large cities Dont fail to see this immense display and have your measure takeivby a practical Tailor Cheap Rates to New York C A O Account Dewey Celebration On account of the Dewey the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets to New York City on September 26th 27th on account of the Dewey Reception at Washington D C will sell round trip tickets to Washington on September 30th and October 1st atSlU40 limited to October 6tb The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway is the only line from Lexington with through sleepers and dining cars to New York and Washington without change For sleeping car reservation Concerning A Railroad Our friends over in Boyle county are hustling for the Southern and the Advocate is putting in some sledge hammer blows to stir up the people In Mondays issue it says Some people say Its no use to get that new railroad through Boyle itThethekind The average county far mer is too a business man to miss chance like this It is aplain business proposition Itanother railroad would more mon One thing that makes wheat six or eight cents a bushel cheaper in Dan than at some points is If another railroad i through the county would reduce the freight on two cents a bushel two cents would be added to the price the per cent coal would be that much cheaper here at home way we would be benefitted both coming and going If therefore and saves five hundred or five thou sand during the next ten the reduced to a simple business propositionThats there is In it More local on page 3 J C lImlIIIILL via Celebration triplimited BarneyD hewould bushelgets for his grain And if by the same means thefreight on coal would be reduced 20 dollars 0 tailoring you find farmer 1C L ti J 4 j r 1 v 1 I 7i o- U1 CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WJEEK BY LOUIft LANDRASf Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY r Tns SIX MONTHS THREE 100 50 25 ORE VISE IR JDYA2 CI THURSDAYSeptcmber21189r THE following editorial in Satur days CourierJournal much in terest to Garrard county people at present The announcement that the South ern railway has determined to build an extension 115 miles long from Bur gin to Jellico is only one of many in dications of the industrial revival which though coming late to is coming at last This being an agricultural State not shared in the remarkable prosperity of the manufacturing sections which began as early as 1897 and the work of de eloping its resources has been almost suspended for years However both in Kentucky and in other parts of the South we see the movement has now been begun on a substantial basis Large purchases of timber and min eral lands are being reported every week and with this news there comes as might be expected evidence of rail road building The Southern railway is taking the initiative in the matter of constructing new lines although the Louisville and Nashville and the Illinois Central are each spending very large sums in betterments on their old tracks in this state Within a short time we shall doubtless hear of new roads projected making additions to mileage and opening up in new directions the vast mineral timber and agricultural resources of the State The mileage of Kentucky is far too small for a condition of high agricultural prosperity not to the development of our for which so many natural ad vantages are offered Millions of acres of fine farming lands are so remote from railway lines that thev can not send to market and instead of a surplus the farmers of that sectiion are content with making a bare living With new railroads to open up the markets these now regions would be regenerated The people of that part of the state through which the new Southern line is to pass are to be congratulated This city will be a large beneficiary Importantas this undertaking is how ever it is trifling in comparison to the general development of which this is only an incident but which is surely coming DEATH entered the home of ex United States Senator Blackburn night and struck Mrs Blackburn wife of the Senator Mrs Blackburn had been a great sufferer from heart disease for many months and had every attention that loving care could bestow but the case was very serious from the start There is no public man who has more friends in this county than Senator Blackburn and in his bereavement he has the sympathy of our citizens lION JOHN G CARLISLE now law in New York says he is out of politics for good The Sun says making fifty thousand dollars There are many more men of brains who could soon become wealthy and useful citizens if they would only quit dabbling in politics WITH so many windy orators on the stump in Kentucky it looks like they might up a rain If they should the long suffering public will forgive many of their transgressions A FASHION book says Stockings will be worn high this winter Now how the devil are we newspaper men to know when to report a pretty girl as stylishly dressed FIIOM our experience lately we have come to the conclusion the delinquent subscribers have formed a trust Volcmilc Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sors Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Wrats Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives ou Pains and Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Me Roberts Druggist 1m The United States government has commenced the shipment of horses to the Philipine Islands As they want the very best it will nO doubt take what few remaining good horses we have to supply this demand BUmarchs Iron Nerve Was his splendid health will and tremendous are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power If brain and body Only 25c at R E Druggist 1m The Shawnee Ill News tells of a man who places straw in the road near his bouse to keep the dust from fly Ing A diseased liver declares itself by moroseness mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation HERBINE will restore the liver to a healthy condition Price SOc C C J E Stormes e isof Kentucky ithas substantial mention Manufactures producing inaccessible Sunday received practicing ayear blow the result of Indomitab energy Mf Roberts JI his Mfg MARKSBURY Henry Parks sold a horse and bug py for V The nice rain of Monday night and the prospect of the railroad coming our way have made our farmers cheerful Mrs Ljevi Norris of Bryantsville is visiting friends and relatives in this community Misses Georgia Henry of Lancaster and Jennie Arnold of Oklahoma visited Miss Sarah Herring Sunday Miss Ruth Aldridge spent last week with Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett at Bryantsville Mr and Mrs H II Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sam Hughes at Danville Mr and Mrs T I and little sons Fleece and Floyd visited friends and relatives in part of last week Mr Ebb Kennedy and Miss Fannie Sutton of PreachersvSlle and Miss Jennie and Gracie Morgan of Sweeney were the guests of Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy Sunday Mr and Mrs Richard of Buena Vista visited Mr Reuben Naylor Tuesday i Messrs Toe and Sam Haselden of Lancaster and Everett Gould of Indiana visited Mrs M G Aldridge Sunday You may bridle the appetite but you can not bridlethe liver to do its work well You must be honest with it help it along a little now and then with a dose of HERBINE the best liver regulator Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes PREACHERSYILLE W B Ragan sold four of ills cattle for 99 Farmers have commenced cutting their corn Cook is delivering his wheat at Stanford at G5c Richard Robinson sold a horse to James Farris for S35 Mrs W H Cummins has been on the sick list for several days George Anderson bought a from Will Elmore for 50 J S Hutchins sold a nice 3yearold gelding to Will Kendrick for 65 Jones Anderson bought a nice mule colt from John Anderson for 45 J L Hutchins bought a yearling steer from John Peace for 1850 Rev W B Ragan Presiding Elder of the London District is here visiting home folks Rev S M Carrier the new dist preacher has arrived to take charge of the Preachersville circuit The Baptist church at this place have called Bro Carmical of Mt to serve them as pastor for year Mr and Mrs Menifee Elmore were visiting relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs J F visiting at Crab Orchard the other day Mr J F Clark and family were visiting Robinsons family Sunday Sam Adams of Bee Lick was visiting Geo Colson Monday The great success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment of bowel complaints has made it standard over the greater part of the civilized world For sale by R E McRobsrts Druggist 1m LEAF Rev Echols will commence a meeting here some time in October A good many of our farmers are through cutting tobacco and the crop is good William Fish bought a field of corn of Beatty Garrett to be fed down at 150 per barrel Willis Adams swaps horses so often that when he gets in a crowd he cant tell which is his horse only by his saddle The surveying company passed thro here last Thursday we cant tell whether they were establishing a county road or locating the southern railroad Mr Dora Murray and Miss Mattie Henry of this place drove up to Saturday evening and were made one We wish them a long and happy life The healing properties of Banner Salve are truly marvelous It is a thorough antiseptic and heals all wounds Cuts and Burns without a scar C C J E Stormes In reply to the query of the Flat wood correspondent we will say that we are not exactly converted to the Mormon faith but we believe in that portion of scripture where it says Do unto others as you would have others do unto you Uncle Armp Adams got a fall a few weeks ago and knocked a little piece of skin off of one of his legs He didnt pay any attention to it at first but it began to hurt him and it is now out in sores all over his leg and is causing him much pate HI Life was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen f Hannibal Mo lately had a deliverance from a frightful deatho In telling of it he says I hadtaken Typhoid Fever that ran into My lungsbecame hardened J was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave great relief Icon tin ued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvellous medicine is the surest quickest in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 8100 bottles free at E El Afcitoberts Drug- Store every bottle guaranteed 1m r j 75 Herring Lincoln Hacker J F workhorse Vernon another Pettus were Richard protracted Richmond leaving I broken a wonderful pneumo- nIa Trial ver Bogie spout land Beth and cure Y lye y 3 4 PAINT LICK Anlerne of Candies Cigars and L JENNINGS Co KeYs Guilders of Pineville and Howes of Hill are conduct a prdtHRcted meeting at Walnutta church Dont forget to call for tickets on Silverware at R L JESNINOS Co Howard Preston of Bryantsville has accepted a position in Burnam Ruckers mill as second miller Their mill is running night and day to keep up with their orders Trade at our store and get first class goods and a nice present besides R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Ky R L Jennings and wife were hand somely entertained upon their return home last Friday night There were about fifty people present and all had a nice time The Paint Lick string band furnished music for the occa sion The young couple received a great many handsome presents from their relations and friends As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curative power BALLABDS SNOW LINI MENT is not equaled by any other in the world Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Otormes BRYANTSVILLE Quite an interesting meeting is in progress at Hickman oridge Eld Allen will fill his regular ap pointment at Pleasant Grove Sunday There will be preaching at the Methodist church here Sunday by the regular pastor plus Taylor Burdett visited rel atives in Louisville last week Miss Hallie Jennings will visit friends in Danville this weep Mrs Haselden has returned from the cities where she purchased a nice line of millinery and asks those oweing her to please call and settle as sh needs the money As usually treated a sprain will dis able the injured person for three or four weeks but if Chamberlains Pain Balm is freely applied complete cure may be effected in a very few days Pain Balm also cures rheumatism cuts bruises and burns For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m WALLACETON Richard Soper sold to J A Baker two hogs at4c per pound An infant of Alfred Corbin and wife died on the 16th inst after a linger ing illness Mrs Wm Wilson has been suffering very severely for the past week with a felon on her thumb but after hav ing it lanced twice is better Wm Asher is making preparation to build a new front to his dwelling on lIam Street It will be covered with shingles which he is shaving himself by hand with a drawing knife Dr Perkins and family who moved to oour town nine months ago have moved to Cartersville where he has bought property Their many friends hated to have them leave our town The most delicate constitution can safely use COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR It is a sure and pleasant for coughs loss of voice and all lung troubles Price 25 and 50c C C J E Stormes A fen days ago Dick Soper aged 20 years decided to go to Illinois and if possible make his fortune but if not to see some of the world any how Accordingly he bought for himself a valise packed his clothes and from each member of the family their latest photo preparatory to Before saying goodbye his mother showed signs of maternal affection such as are common on similar occasions and now Dick goes about the farm whistling as merrily as if he had seen the entire country across the river TABLERS BUCKEYE PILEOINTMENT relieves the intense It soothes heals and cures cases where surgeons fail It is no experiment its sales increase through its cures Every bottle guaranteed Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts C C J E Stormes Mr Buck Colson and family left on the 15th inst for Indiana where they will make their future home On the day before their departure about fifty of their friends including J A Baker of course he was there came in with a bountiful supply of good things and made a surprise dinner The enjoyment was at its height and the Squire who never was eating his peaches with as much zeal and delight as he did sixty years ago and just as he was wondering why like the widows and cruse of oil they wasted not neither did they fail some one called his attention to the fact that his spoon had no bottom in it and that he was eating more in his imagination than in reality Hess he was beat and very unlike him self confessed it soon as he regain ed consciousness but also expressed the hope that Walk may not hear it A Word to mothers Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not to administer Chamberlains CoMgh Remedy It contains no nor narcotic in any forth and may be given confidently to the babe as to an adult The great success that has attended its use in the treatment of colds and croup has won for the approval and praise it has received the United States and in many foreign lands For by R E McEoberts Druggist 1m i s o ring now remedy secured however unmistakable itching chronic gets enough ever barrel ofmeal as hesitate opiate it r atR S tC stating gala Va V r- y W r J is i CARTERSVILLE DThe Party given by Mrs B Carter Saturday evening was quite a success and greatly enjoyed by the young people It was given in Mrs Jim Conns garden her were present and expressed them selves as haYing a jolly time Miss Jennie Roberts and received first premium John Green and Miss Gertrude Roop WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE perfectly harmless and will remove every worm It is also a tonic and by its strengthening properties will to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health Price 25 cts C C J E Stormes Mrs James Roop has ben quite ill for several days Walter Hammack of Lancaster was the guest of home folks Sunday Dr Perkins of Wal laceton lass moved into the house by W L Allen the latter having moved into his new cottage Misses Lola and Milda Napier and Miss Cochran were the guests of Miss Martha Nance of Paint Lick Satur day Several of our young people were entertained at the home of two of our most charming young ladies Monday evening Misses Leah and Dora Robinson Miss Lizzie quite an interesting little girl of Kirksvjlle was the guest of Miss Cora Roop Saturday and Sunday Will Ramsey Hammack was the guest of Miss Lula Napier Sunday Eph Hammock and Mrs Fannie Keohler spent the day at Flatwoods Sunday Miss Milda Napier and your visited the school of Mr Arnold Friday and heard several nice recitations by the little folks I LOWELL Corn cutting is in full blast Tobacco is most all in the house The Sunday school at Stony Point is in a flourishing condition Bom to the wife of J M Meadors a boy Mother and child doing well Mr Josh Hurt finished threshing wheat last Friday and pulled his in home Mr and Mrs C M Gastineau will visit friends in Pulaski county this week Mr and Mrs Crit Corsillur of Bobtown Madison county were J M Headers last week Betty Comley Frank Law son and George McLear will start to Indiana Wednesdayfor a two months stay with friends and relatives Stopped The BackAche A R BASS Morgantown Ind writes I was afflicted with Kidney disease and had to get up quiet often during the night and suffered severe pains in Kidneys and with backache I used Foleys Kidney Cure after three bottles I am entirely cured C C J E Stormes The Jew The Jew is not a disturber of the peace of any country Even his ene mies will concede that He is not a loafer he is not a sot he is not noisy he is not a brawler or rioter he is not quarelsome writes Mark Twain in Harpers Magazine In the statistics rf crime his presence is conspicuously rare in all countries With murder and other crimes of violence he has but little to do he is a stranger to the hangman In the police courts daily long roll of assault and drunken disorderlies his name seldom appears That the Jewish home is a home in the truest sense is a fact which no one will dispute The family is knitted together by the strongest affections its members show each other every due respect and reverence for theelders is an inviolate law of the house The Jew is not a burden on the charities the State nor of the city these could cease from their functions without him When he is well he works when he is incapacitated his own people take care of him And not in a poor and stingy way but with a fine and large benevolence His race is entitled to be called the most be nevolent of all the races of men A Jewish beggar is not impossible such a thing may existbut there are few men that can say they have seen that spectacle The Jew has been staged in many forms but so far as I know no drama tist has done him the injustice to stage him as a beggar Whenever a Jew has real need to beg his people save him from the necessity of doing it The charitable institutions of the Jews are supported by Jewish money and amp ly The Jews make no noise about it done quietly they do not nag and pester and harass us for contributions they give us peace and set usan ample an example which we have not found ourselves able to follow Weak Are Made Strong vision made clear styes removed granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Eagle Eye Its put upih tubes and sold on guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store Im No less than 200000 in pennies is kept locked up in London automatic pennyintheslot machines according to the computation of the offi cials No Belief for 2O Years I have been troubled for the last twenty years with bronchial affection and at times have been bedfast Have tried a great many cough remedies but found no relief until I tried Fo leys Honey and Tar lean honestly recommend Foleys Honey and Tar quick relief reliable pleasant to take and sure cure for diseases of the throat and lungs Minerva Smith414 Washington Danville Ill C J E Stormes V k Takey Quite anum Eph Hammack aril second restore vacated Dawson machinery Yisi taking affecting I perhaps uncomplimentary tJs ex Eye as- a 1 Chester correspondent Mesdames S Sather ands alve Ave i- SSi f 4 M V f t No More Shakes Yucatan TRY J f x jj i j 5 Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Take a Worthless SubsiHuta Insist on YUCATAN PRICE 5JC ttTcRoberts GREAT DISCOVERY A Veritable Gold mine Found Near Dripping Springs by Lancaster Through the kindness of a friend was enabled this week to get onto a scheme now being put shape which will make Garrard county famous all over this country and bring thousands of into the pockets of the promoters The gentlemen at the head of the project wanted the matter kept quiet until all plans were completed so dont tell anyone about it Last week while spending a few days at Dripping Springs Major Jim Burnside Col W S Ferguson Thur mond Anderson and one or two others found a sprang up in the hills to which it was evident no person had ever been being hidden under a ledge of rocks and in a part of the mountain to which no one ever had occasion The stream is about the size of a rye straw but comes out veryrapid ly As the crowd was a little thirsty they drank freely of the water with out sugar in it In the course of an hour or so the water was so refreshing they began to feel as Maj Burnside said Like 16yearolds They toJiarig around the parlors of the hotel dance and talk soft to the girls as they were wont to do some fifty years ago They made several other trips to the spring and felt so rejuvi nated that the entire crowd came to town that night cutting short the proposed three weeks visit to Drip ping The next day the party met according to agreement and arranged to buy the spring They engaged J Mort Rothwell by telephone and had him secure an option on the spring and two hundred acres of land adjoining As most of the gentlemen are of limited means they at once set about to secure assistance After an explanation of what the water would do etc they found ready backersbut each man approached insisted on be ing taken in as a stockholder instead of lending them the money A hotel to cover three acres will be erected with all modern improvements such as electric lights fans good soft to loaf and LIE around etc Board will be furnished at 5 per day but no guest will be allowed to remain on the premises more than two days Maj Burnside will be there to entertain the guests have charge of the dance hall and keep the other eye on the spring to see that the water is not wasted or the spring carried swap The chief clerkship will be offered to Captain Tom Elkin and the company has no doubt but that he will accept On the suggestion of Capt W C Mc Farland the company decided to erect a bottling establishment and will sell the wonderful discovery at fifty cents per half pint This will furnish em ployment to many sobersteady hands Will Ferguson and Ed Hopper of Coy ington will travel for the enterprise and set forth the wonderful power of the water Capt Mike Salter and Thurmond Anderson will meet all trains at Crab Orchard until the Southern Railway completes its line to the spring The hotel will not completed until next spring those learning of the discovery already spoken for rooms Dr Leslie McMurtry of Danville will assist in the office There are other points about the which we have not space to bring out but a few minutes talk with any of the gentle men will convince one that they have a gold mine in the scheme Will Fer guson will transport from Ireland the soil that St Patrick blessed to keep the snakes out of their CaNsledls German liver Powder CURES INDIGESTION The entering wedge for all Diseases tire human system k heir PRICE 25 CENTS For R E McRoberts W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Engineers ant Surreyon LANCASTER KY R E Men THE RECORD intotangible dollars wanted attorney places manv project of ncarl to 1U h i V I to- go kept r Sale by w bee Real EsateBongbt and Sold I am hua position toadvertise prop erty and to get fair prices for it Please consult me if you have any to dispose of or if you desire ti purchase The Graded School and an era of gen eral prosperity with a prospect for waterworks and another railroad I have caused a number to seek homes I in our city and the value of property has been enhanced Although residences have gone up this year there is not a vacant house in I the city and even building lots will soon be in demand Until it is settled that the new railroad will be built I offer the very low prices No 1 A handsome residence of 10 rooms with two cisterns and all outbuildings beautifully on Danville avenue There are fifteen acres of land attached with a front of 690 feet thus furnishing building lots which be sold at good prices The property is owned by Mrs H C Kauffman and can be bought at the low price of 85000 No A valuable brick residence of eight rooms on Lexington avenue known as the Dr O P Hill property This is one of the best houses in the city and is well located in a quiet neighborhood There is an fruit and water ornamental shade trees a fertile garden and necessary to make it highly attractive and desirable There are four acres of land attached three good building lots For the present this property can be bought at the very low price of 4500 I will show the above property to desiring to purchase I will handle farms on reasonable terms No sale no pay M D HUGHES lllgb Bridge Excursions Exursions are run from Cincinnati and all points south every other to High Bridge There isnt beautiful place to visit than this entrancing spot You cant afford to miss it The rate is remarkably low One Dollar from Cincinnati Fifty cents from Lexington and like low rates from other points Ask your ticket agent about it You cannot to miss this pleasant day on the river Your ticket agent will give you rates dates and schedules for these excursions Worrying Harry Harry Giovannoli has for some time been tearing his hair and lying wake nights worrying over whether the famous fishing stream between here and Little Britian should be spelled Dicks or Dix river however it should be Dicks and is willing to swear by it We had never seen it other than Dix before the clever Advocate man took up the case As what Harry says always goes we guess he is as usual right Going Down Hill Poople Suffering from Kid ney Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and They should loose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparation C C J E Stormes seventeen I necessary located 2 abundance- of and everything furnishing anyone Sunday a- more afford a lIe contends vitality thee can 4 s HAS NATURE WARNED YOU Nature herself clad in the early of spring1 blossoms forth trees and flowers canting the despondent chord to vibrate to this the you that tired the forerunnerof Chills Malaria and Typhoid Fever If so must not this as it is an indication of sickness avoid this consult us as our advice costs you nothing Call on your druggist and a bottle of Dr Liver Powder Take one dose a dayat bed time for iz days then follow by procuring a bottle of n un Chill Tonic the direction two weeks course of these two great will feel like the flowers look iu e spring Prepare yourself for the malarial or season when the atmosphere is full of germs If repeat above These Remedies in stock R E McRoberts Pros Ia Hoe Frog Eye the champion cake walk er visited the Danville colored fair last week and after capturing many dusky hearts proceeded to fill up OT local option whiskey and take the town Tom Helm who by the way is one of the best officers in the stats gathered Frog under his wing and took the graceful but unruly coon into police court where he was fin ed 15 Not having the coin Frog was placed astride a rock pile where he will have ample time to rest his legs for his next engagement No Right to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimplest blotches skin eruptions and a wretchi ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to pu fy the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good look ing charming woman of a rundown nvalid Only 50 cents at R E Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m Minnesota fish hatchery has placed 2500000 brook trout the in land waters of that State this year Peking now has an electric railroad running from the south gate of the city to the steam railroad station and it is hoped that permission to enter the city itself may be obtained soon The road is built by a German firm A WONDERFUL CURE OF DIAR RHOEA A prominent Virginia Editor Had Al most GiveR up but vo Brought Back to perfect Health by Chamberlains Colic Chol erea and Diarrhoea Remedy READ HIS EDITORIAL From the Times Hillstille Va I suffered with Diarrhoea for a long time and thought I was past being cured I had spent much time and money and suffered so much misery that I had almost decided to give up all hopes of recovery and await the result but noticing the advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tes timonials stating how some wonderful cures had been wrought by this rem edy I decided to try it After a few doses I was entirely well of that trouble and I wish to say further to my readers and fellowsufferers that 1 am a hale and hearty man today and feel as well as i ever did in my life O R MOORE Sold by R E McRob erts Druggist 1m most delightful of all springtime and how do f ter I ot necessary your system warns you ud sold bt attractive la- The ill feenn warnng dies boa i N i i S taking 1 j SCHOOL BOOKS Dont forget that we have many BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE B E MTROBERTS Gallery This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky having been recently equipped with The Marvelous The discovery in optical science Iwish to say to the Ladies that These Lenses FLATTER Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to the most laborite Paintings the lot is the New French FLEURDELIS Mouldingsspecially suitable for delicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office SECONDHAND Fox firlD6NVTT 1i KY fLenses f new r flngs Patterns neyex In this locality before have to be seen to be among I 1 r c 1 f Anal imate t sold BUSINESSA EDUCATION It absolutely necessary to the yoon or young woman who would win I man success in me t Is of first Importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rick THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE This being conceded 1 LOUISVILLETY BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY Seven experienced each a specialist la his line Graduates Write for a book from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United Btatea will JOB bers one n testimonials S 3F FALL STOCK r C c OUR r e a a aja3 y x 1 Q u E3 D t 1 IS NOW CODING IN WE HAVE CO PfeETE bINES OF FAIT and WINTeR CLOTHING Our stock of Fall and Winter Shoes is the finest in Central Kentucky We defy Competition on Quality or Prices la Overcoats we simply surpass all competitors and can you the Nobbiest Best and Most btyiish garments to be seen anywhere Our line of Underwear is Complete and Handsome See these garments before making your selection Remember9 We handle nothing but the best goods Money can buy The GLOBE The GLOBE and JO I IIaJOOIIIIOlaaaLaO00044ooaaoaa4aOaJaJ JaoaalalaOIIfOCc show rr IIIr rn o 1 ft JE EC Co 8 o DA VJLL 18 c o8 oo o L KENTCSCKY E1 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY Septciuber21 1899 ABOUT PEOPLE Mrs Robert Fox has been relatives in Louisville Fred Frisbie has returned from a visit to Augusta and Cincinnati Mr R E McRoberts made a trip to Lexington this week Mrs H M Smith and children are visiting relatives in Bristol Tenn Mr Ed Moritz of St Louis was in this city the past week on business Miss Lillie Grant has been visiting in Paint Lick for a few days Miss Eliza Lusk has returned from a two weeks visit to Dripping Springs Mrs Louis Landram entertained Capt W C McFarland at tea Friday Dr V S Beazley has gone to In dianopulis and will return next week Wade Bush of St Louis is the guest of his parents Dr Bush and wife John Mount of LaGrange has been visiting his uncle Mr Kobt E Me Roberts Mr Randolph Harris and wife of Lincoln have been visiting Mrs E W Harris J M Logan has returned from his smianual trip to the East to buy goods J Joseph returned from the East yesterday whither he went to buy goods Miss Olivia Sweeney has been visit ing her aunt Mrs VV M Jones in Win Chester Miss Hattie Brown of London has been visiting her cousin Miss Mabel Royston Miss Mary Hackley of Danville is the guest of Misses Frankye and Des sic Doty Sirs H C Payne of Lexington is ex pected this week to visit her sister Miss Jane Hopper Miss Frankye Doty has returned home from Danville where she has been visiting friends The picture of the handsome Miss Mary Woolridge appeared in Satur urdays CourierJournal Miss Mattie Thompson has return ed from a visit to her sister Mrs R L Jennings in Paint Lick Rev Christian of Danville filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening Mrs Margaret Sutton of Marksbu ry has been visiting herdaughter Mrs Ben Hughes on Danville avenue Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith have returned from the cities with a beautiful line of fall millinery Letcher Owsley and wife were vis itors in Irvine Ky Monday at which place he made a ripsnorting speech for the Democratic ticket Miss Same Smith Dr G A Traylor returned to Hubble Saturday after a weeks visit to Miss Rebecca Williams of Hyattsville Miss Carolyn Taylor of Augusta entertained Monday evening in honor of her guests Miss Hudson and Mr Frisbie who were her visitors Mr David Arnold and Mrs Hemp hill of Nicholas ville have been visit 3 I g business friends t p CXy0 0OO Oa4 visiti 1 I fi t 1j i I f f 1 1 k and pglp p M ed in jn ed M ing Wm Arnold and family Uncle Dave looks like twoyearold Mr J B Collier and son Charley are spending the week at Dripping Mr Thomas N Conn and pretty j daughter Miss Maude of Shelby county who have been visiting rela fives here returned to their home Tuesday- S In Lexington Sunday we learned that Casey M Owsley is much improv ed in health though far from being well He will take a trip through the South next month which the physi cians say will help him greatly The Middlesboro News says Col D G Colson who has been confined couple weeks with paralysis has recovered and was able to be up Thursday He was removed from his office to his country home Judge Burnside entertained Capt at supper Saturday evening The following enjoyed the spread Col Jno W Miller A T Anderson Maj Jas Crafty Burnside Col WS Thos Wherritt and Louis Lan dram Mrs B H Conn who has been the guest of relatives in and around Lan caster for several weeks returned to her home in Guthrie O T Monday She was accompanied by Miss Jennie Arnold who has been the guest of her uncle Mr J M Higginbotham Col L F Hubble has been employ by the Southern to secure the right ofway through the mountain He was here this week and TIlE RECORD office print a great quan tity of blank forms for the purpose He is sanguine of Garrards success in securing the road At Danville the other day we met Rev Hill former pastor of the church here He said the Loncaster people had reason to con gratulate themselves upon securing the services of Rev Robinson as pas tor He knew him to be a man worthy every way of the respect of the people and was a preacher of ability We met Harry Giovanuoli local editor of the Advocate in Danville Friday and the clever quill driver wore a smile as broad as a barn door Rushing up nearly out of breath he said Its a boy and looks just like me We tried to extend lations but Harry continued to hop about like a hen on a hot griddle and didnt stop to listen If little Harry grows to be as clever a fellow as his daddy Mrs Giovanuoli should be very proud of him Capt W C McFarland after spend or a rt ln tives returned to NewYork this week His visit was greatly enjoyed by many Lancaster friends who were delight to know that he is rapidly recov ering from the wounds received in the Santiago fight and the general down of his health while in Cuba He will sail from New York for Paris next weep and return at once only making the trip tor the benefits to be derived from the sea voyage Mrs and son Landram will spend the winter in New York City A TIMELY HINT To shoald be wise and see that year blood I rich and pure and whole system put in acondition use of Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Then and the trip Dr Liver Powder the best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Ottos SpniM Gum Balsam Price 25e and 60 Bottle For sale by R E McRoberts v a I I I I I Ferguson counties Methodist extraordinary con few days Lancaster breaking our b will be free from typhoid fever colds I fo cFarland is PM rat with malaria S rut at be all to in Mare Local I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at LOO cash m25tfj R L ELKIN Remember you get the very lowest prices on tailormade suits at Logan Robinsons Smitt Currey Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at T Curreys grocery store tf Dont Bead Tills After August 1st we will have for sale the best coal in any quanity at the lowest price It will pay you to see us before buying Office and yard opposite the Granary W B Moss Co tf W C Carpenter of Mercer sold to A W Eastland ten steer calves at 1520 and to M J Farris five 750lb heifers 3ic Advocate Dont Be Imposed Always insist on getting Foleys Honey and Tar as it is positively ab solutely and unequalifiedly the best cough medicine Accept no substi tute C i J E Stormes Low Bates To Detroit Sovereign Grand Lodge I O O F September 12th to 24th Tickets at low rates 16th and 17th via the Queen Crescent to Cincinnati Ask agents for full particulars Taxes Due- Town taxes are now due and prop erty owners should come forward at once and settle This has to be done and those putting it off too long will put to extra expense 622tf E M WALKER Collector Graded School Tax The 1899 tax is past due Please call and settle and save being asked for it The penalty will certainly be added to unpaid taxes tf E W HARRIS Collector Superintendents Notices The election notices and poll sheets for the election of trustees which is take place the first Saturday in are now at the Superintendents office Trustees will please call and get these notices Teachers will please call and get their term reports tf ELISA J LTJSK Co Supt A Paint Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold on written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented For sale by R E McRoberts Lancaster Notice of Election Notice is hereby given thaton Tues day November seventh eighteen hun dred and ninetynine from seven oclock a m to four oclock p m continuously an election will be held and for the City of Lancaster Ken tucky by the qualified of said city to determine whether said city shall incur an offourteen thousand purpose of furnishing said city with water fifty fire hydrants for seven years x Said indebtness to be paid in equal annual installments The amount therefore necessary to be raised an nually by taxation is two thousand dollars R KINNAIRD Mayor of city of Lancaster Ky Att W H WHERBITT Clk X M I Danville I October J Si S Upon C electors indebtedness seven or S to in a es is or as Latest novelties in fall shoes at Jc nils 1 R crults Wanted The Recruiting officer at Lexington Ky has just received instructions to enlist soundbodied colored men for calvary service in the Philipine These men are wanted at once and should apply immediately to the Recruiting Officer at Lexington Ky Boys between 18 and 21 years of age must have written consent of parents guardian witnessed by a third person Hog is playing havoc in this county In the last ten days Col W Fergurson lost 97 and reports of deaths are coming from all quarters Robinson bought of Denny and Da vison about tnree car loads of fine averaging 1400 at 5 cents Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumpfson Dr Bells PineTar Honey will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentyfive cents at McRob erts Drug Store 1m Hows This For HI A gentleman tells THE RECORD he heard a crowd blowing off against water works pavements the THE RECORDS feeble attempt boom things etc etc He said he took a survey and out of the five one drew a pension ones wife took in sewing anothers wife took in and the better halves of the re maining two made the living for the wouldbe wise men This is about the way itgoes If a man has to work the town he is of course trying to bring more business here but if he is grub pensioner of course he erpos things just to get his name before the people The Eagle King of all Birds noted for its keen sight clear aud distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids Sold at 25cts McPoberts Drug Store 1m A Few Pointers I am prepared to furnish you a or a tailor made all wool suit at prices ranging from 750 to 30 Pants at 250 to 89 Overcoats at 650 to 25 Fits and quality guaranteed as our many customers will testify Prices are uniform and yieid a very small profit I will prices quality and fits with any house Wanamaker Brown sell only good quality and operate the largest and oldest house in the nation They sell at a small profit and the quality sold brings in a good revenue 900 samples to select from A fine line of excellent hosiery and to select from at Philadelphia I will appreciate a call and perfect satisfaction A chance for a 5 pair of pants will be given for each 5 worth of poods purchased and the customer who guesses nearest to Goebels plurality over Taylor will the pants Boys and young men under 35 breast measure can have a suit cut and made to measure fit guaranteed at a saving of 25 per cent I represent the only Boys tailoring house in the country Suits tailor made at 450 to 685 10 and 12 700 to 9 Extra quality and superior workmanship Buy early and get the best 31 D HUGHES Agt Adjoining New Hotel Place Cured If sufferers will use Bannnr Salve according to directions a positive cure will result in worst cases 2oc C C J E Stormes Islands cattle railroad washing rea- dymade compare underwear insure receive Overcoats Guaranteed Colored cholera f a all A New York man says that he shot the Adirondacks that had 45 trout in its stomach none which weighed less than a pound Coughed 25 years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PineTarHon ey It has saved my C Resell Grantsburg Ill McRoberts Drug tore 1m Scott Hudson won the 221 pace purse 1200 at Providence Saturday with Edward S Time 212 213 W B Kidd sold last week to Waller Sharp of Bath 132 feeding cattle 1000 lbs for October delivery at and to J C Scobee 32 same delivery at 445 Winchester Democrat The exports of dried apples for the last fiscal year were 19305749 pounds valued at 1244733 while of ripe there were exported 380222 valued at 1210450 The Advocate says the W W Wal laee sale conducted by Capt English was a good one Fifteen grade Jersey cows sold at 20 to 50 a 17yearold mare 3750 A mare bought at the Eugene McGoodwin sale for 65 brought 8225 Household goods sold At Danville court Capt English re ported to the Advocate about 30 in town today but trade a little dull on account of the drouth Bowman withdrew thirty 1000 Ib feeders at 4135 One lot of common short yearlings were bought by Thos Fox at 16 twentyone common at 1550 and twenty good steer calves at 1850 j This is evidently a good year for the county fairs as report from various places indicate immense crowds and plenty of interest which means a financially It is also a fact that these fairs where such big crowds have been drawn were old fashioned fairs without any racing program which bears out the opinion of many y that the only way to revive interest in the country fairs is to abandon the trotting horse feature and offer good liberal premiums for exhibition hor ses and other stock You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PUftCHMC TICKETS VIA THE LOUISVIUC NASHVILLE R R AN SKCUIMI The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other information irffl be cheerfully furnished by C f ATMOKC riVXxxnavirxK Ki c I of up In of lifeJ 4 apples barrels well cattle Horace yearlings success If f2t Or by I I cane 8 0 N a When in Danville call on I D o lllllARD STOUTfr Leading DRUGGISTS BOOK SELLERS and STATIONERS c f H F Best Soda Water in townInks c a SpecialtySchool Books Tablets t Y a 3 n 6La yJtat r itr r 5iE jti n SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE sale W B BURTON Farm for Sale Lies one mile West of Paint Lick station and Contains 102 34 acres Will be sold publicly October 7 1899 On premises For particulars address H L WALLACE Paint Lick Ky NATIONAL BANK j Bnrton LIVERY ont sZ493 T 1 7 CAPITAL ioooooeo t f OJJ SURPLUS 2000000 LANCASTER KY A President JNO E STOBJIM Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier R DZNNT r F ROBINSON JK Asst Cashr R T EJfBRY Bookkeeper t DIRECTORS Jas 8pllra n Alex R Denny W B Cook L Davidson Jno B Btoraes Please Remember The middle of the year is past and settling time is at hand Need the Money due me and must insist jj that my friends call in and settle Sallie D Tillett PUBLIC SALE Tuesday Oct 3d 1899 Having rented my farm with the intention moving my location I will offer at public sale at my home 3 miles wrest of Camp Dick Robinson the following list of live stock implements and household furniture 3 Jennets 2 in foal combined mare 4 1 head Jersey milk cows 2 extra fine dives head hogs 1 wagon 1 98 Deering er 1 97 steel hay rake 1 Malts cultivator 1 Jump seat surrey 10 tons clover and timothy hay kinds of farming implements besides numerous articles of house hold and kitchen furniture The sale begins at 2 TERMS made known on day of sale JOSHUA DUNN 8r TIMETABLES K C Braaeh Soathbnd Mired passes Lancaster 1110 Act Northbnd Mixed 335 r v Northbn Paaagr 8 2 AK J L B 9 Sam A C RobInson 1 mo p rg II II I Nftthbad u A 0 J J t 1 D Cochran faring 2 hors and other L N u 4 lYST W m tow tr the this turn 6 B SWI1BROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER KY ThirtyThousand Acres Val uable Hardwood Timberand Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSYILLE KENTUCKY Land Snveryor Agent for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO KfiHOHTS OF PVTHtAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed ED BISHOP C C J S KR S ORGANIZED 1883 filTMS NATIONAL 5OOOO 10000 Capital Surplus Fund BUSINESS SOLICITED Oarefal mad PromptAttention Guaranteed 1C HiaaiNBOTHAM tris Y LXAVXLL f HDDSOW O RlGMZT OD JMHiaaiNBOTHAK Unm Y LXATBLI JSJOHKSOW TMAXXOLD JB B F HOBBOK Presided VlcePresldem Cashier Assistant Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JACOB Y ROBINSON Dr R Goldstein The wellknown Optician will be at Hamilton Hotel Tuesday October 10th 1899 One day only Eyes Examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted QuaraHtiRe Withdrawn at Old Point Comfort The quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn to notify all concerned that the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has re sale of tickets to Old Point Comfort and all points affected by the quarantine The Bimonthly to Old Point Comfort on the and fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed commencing with the second Tuesday in September Round trip tickets will be 1500 limited to 21 days For full information write GKO W BARNEY Div Passr Agt Lexington Ky I and HAS rDEN F Bill Cash C AExOLD Excursions second I LdxaASTER II r Wet tss8nits JJWAtzss ed K S Santinnnt grows in favor of water wjrk hsar a fellow erposed to it Paris Street Fair Agent Patterson has been in to sell tickets to Paris Ky on S3pt3mb3r 23 to 23th inclusive at one fare for round trip This fair will b3 a big thin ani a the rate is so Chip you can afford to go No cattle on the streets next Men day The Drouth Only a few cisterns in town have any water left in them and springs have shut up shop completely It is by th3 most rigid economy in use that the few cisterns have any water left The contractors at the various build now in course of construction h ivj h ml Ydfc2r from Dix river and other distant points Strange to say we only have a few cases of fever in town notwithstanding this scarcity of water How on this earth a man can say he is erpos ed to water works when he sees the serious conditions of things is hard to conceive City Ordinance The City Council of the City of do ordain as follows Excepting Totten Avenue it shall be unlawful to congregate on the Public Square any street or alley or other public place in city and exhibit for the of sale or swap any horse mule jack or jennet Each person so shall be fined not less than one dollar nor more than fifteen dol larsThis ordinance shall go into effect on passage and publication according to law in RECORD a weekly newspaper published in Kentucky R KINNAIUD Mayor Attest W H WDEUUITT Clerk City Ordinance The City Council of the City of do ordain as follows No bull cow or ox of any age no hog or sheep shall be exhibited for sale or swap on the Public Square any street or alley or any other public place in the city Every person so offending shall be fined not less than one dollar nor more than one hundred dollars This ordinance shall go into effect to law in the EECOUD a weekly published Lan caster Kentucky R KINNAIUD Mayor Att W H WHEURITT Clerk j COUSIN GEORGES DECISION He Thought His Xerr Found Relatives Were a Very Shoddy Lot I Sow my dear I want you to be very kind to your cousin George when he comes said the girls mother accord ing to the Detroit Free Press Oh mamma I simply cant tote liim all over town and I dont think you ought to expect me to But you must entertain him nicely while hes here He probably will not long Row do you know Weve seen dont know anything About him Dear me I think its hor jrible I dont see what hes coming for iJust suppose hes dreadfully awkward and doesnt know how to act Why It would be too embarrassing for any And the girls have been studying genealogy at the library for the last two weeks rfnd theyre awfully critical about ones relations The next afternoon a coupe drove to the door and ayoung man alighted Itwas George He was an athletic young ifellow who though he hailed from a small western town had been educated abroad and was as fine a specimen of manhood as could be found Marguerite jwas delighted The relief was great She gushed profusely over her new cousin and offered him all sorts of Isoclal inducements to spend a week But he left the next afternoon What was the didntyou stay longer with your Uncle Hen had reached home Didnt you like No They were the shoddiest lot of people I ever ran across Dath of John A llaldeman LOUISVILLE Ky ept 19 John A Haldeman business manager of the Times a son of W N Haldoman pres iident of the Courier Journal Company died at his home in this city after a lingering illness I er he Ollyo nionJlly you D pot Btru ted th ins t unprecedented now Lancaster purpose offending The CENTRAL Lancaster Lancaster on passage and publication according CESTUAL newspaper in I I himwe matterwhy rys family said hill father after Ithem I p k I ii thy net a thingI r found to Bu a c crime In fengIand Sir James Vaughan for 35 years a police magistrate of London notes a wonderful decrease in crimes of and violence and an increase less marked in the crimes which require brains and ingenuity General doubtless favors morality and but there is in the cities a limited crop of children with inherited or acquired criminal tendencies and when these are gathered into school unless great pains are taken to the influences of the street and of their wretched homes the mere quickening of the intellect only gives new power for nui jhief High Opinion of the hub Col Ingersoll used to tell a story of a Boston man who asked his advice as what to read The colonel Shakespeare After a year or two the Boston man came back and thanked Col Ingersoll for his advice The plays are firstrate he said I tell you Col Ingersoll there are not ten men in Boston who can write like that man Shnkssneare The Partisan Orator I dont know when he utters His arguments prolix Just which are patriotism And which are politics Washington Star A Midnight Dialogue if that young man doesnt go pretty soon he will miss the last car Bessie in all right papa lie likes to Y Journal She Would DC a Living Witness She threatening breach of promise you proposed to me I intend to plead insanity Harlem Life Her Simple Request I am going to ask a great favor of you she said hesitatingly It js already granted he answered devotedly as if doubtful of the propriety of it Youre sure you wont think it presumptuous or forward in nae Never he answered I glory in this evidence of your trust and Only tell me what I can do for you Well she replied with evident re luctance would you mind getting up off that rustic bench Papa painted it this afternoon and he will be awfully provoked if he has to do it over again Chicago Post Two Professionals Scene Railway carriage on the railway Enter a colonel with game bag and case of guns Colonel to passengers enthusiastically Beautiful sport 60 birds in two only missed two shots A quiet gentleman sitting in the corner put down his paper rushed across the compartment and grasped him warmly by the hand Allow to congratulate you sir I am a myself Professional sportsman No professional liar TitBits Heroic Measures Yes sir said the scholarly man Tm going to do it Im going to make Shakespeare reigning of the day How Im going to name a new game after him a game in which the players wear the most astonishing costumes you ever saw Washington Star Longing Unsnpplled Im sighing for some one to love me hummed the heiress But my dear interrupted her friend you are even now engaged to be married Yes she admitted but only to an Impecunious foreign nobleman Chi Worst Part of It you Bmythe Yes but I wouldnt mind that so much if added insult to injury De so Smythe They advertised for a boy to fill my place Chicago Daily News ContlnnonB Performance I spent the whole day today Julia buy a hat What kind did get Oh this was only the first day she never makes up her mind until after the third day Chicago Morning Bee ord A Different Set You mustnt associate with said Mother Duck to her duck lings Why not mamma Because they are not in the swim Harlem Life Same Effect Summer Girl at popular bathing re sort This must be salt water I can almost float in It Experienced Aunt No dear it Is not salt water But you are so very fresh know Chicago Tribune e I rs j r brutality education refinement counteract r recommended Father from head of parlorThats walkN intend to deny sir that HeNo stating confidence Midland professional 1 popularthe topic dearest Post The De Jones I hear your firm discharged theY adnt JonesHow helping he chickens You itDo you ciA hound go p Call and see this Celebrated Wagon v G S GAINESIt fully Warrantee and Excels alt others 1AU KindsEarm Michinery Always on r I 4 Rand ir j I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I V V j r d999999 99 d9993 9i99 9399S93S 9999999lS9939 1 hl t t lt Ir U u f ctfir tt J t r a t p c tLil i itt of 15 sa in TROUBLE THREATENED The Phtlpots Claim They Can Rally 45O Men and Are Prepared for Any Emergency BAi5nouRvnLE Ky Sept 19 and iim Griffin arrived here Sunday i morning f om London en route to Manchester in charge of the sheriff of Laurel county He was here joined by Capt Hawn and 20 of his men to guard the Griffins to their destination Hawn selected 20 of his best and m st reliable men and if attacked they will certainly give a good account of themselves The Griffins are indicted for the killing of Wash Thacker and trial They have been friends to the Whites in the late trouble in Clay county It is the almost universal opinion here that the Griffins will not be held to answer for the killing of Thacker It is not known what action the Philpots will take in the matter Rev James Philpot who lives here claims that the killing of Thackerwill have a tendency to stop the trouble tile Whites and Philpots One the Philpots told your that the Philpots could rally 450 men all voters in less than 24 hours notice He also stated that they had recently purchased 45 Colts revolvers which were warranted to shoot on a level 200 yards Also seven Winchesters which 1100 yards and a number of Winchester shotguns He said We dont want but we are prepared for it JOHN HURST PARDONED A Mother Shade Happy by the Clemency tliovfti Her Son Escorted lloiiio by Uis Best Friend FRANKFORT Ky 20 Mrs Hurst 70 years old left her home in Jackson county last week for to petition Gov Bradley to pardon her son John Hurst a convict serving years Having only a little money she walked half the way and Tuesday night was rewarded by a pardon which enables the son to accompany her home Once a year since 1892 Mrs Hurst has made the tedious journey here on this mission but only 10 be disappointed each time till Tuesday and when she her petition gran ted Tuesday even she broke down and wept for joy The governor also pardoned Wm Cox Wm Young and George Kidd three former deputy sheriffs of Whiteley county who were sent up last for two years each for killing Peter Crabtree a desperate character who was resisting arrest The Douglass Stake LOUISVILLE Ky Sept nom inations for the Douglass stake of 55000 for 212 trotters the event cf the fall trotting meet have been The race is on the card for September 26 the second day of the meeting This years entries are Hum bolt Maid Sarah S Charley Herr Sur pol Peter the Great Lord Vincent Who Is It Copeland Bonnatella Tu dor Chimes Prince of India and Dr Leek Refuted a lardon v FRAXKFOBT Ky Sept 17 Gov Bradley has refused to pardon Convict Samuel Kent Covington serving a life sentence under the habitual criminal act Pardon was asked on account of old age and ill health and a petition for clemency was presented by W McD of Covington The Cat Was Killed EICUMOKD Ky Sept 10 The resi dence of Sherman Cotton Cot tonsburg1 was struck by lightning dur ing a thunderstorm A little child and a cat were lying side by side on a porch The cat was killed by the but the child was unhurt Remains at Her WILLIAMSTOWX Ky Sept 20 Toll gates were raided near Doubton in Pendleton county Saturday night by men who left notice that ifthey were replaced they would blow the gate house and all to atoms The keeper says she will continue at her post Jumped Into a Well ASHLAND Ky Sept J M aged 22 of Cannonsburg suicide Friday morning by jumping into a well She made a attempt Thursday She lost a child weeks ago Leaped From a Bridge LOUISVILLE Ky Sept 20 Fred Hollenbach a blacksmith committed suicide Tuesday morning by jumping off the Big Four bridge into the Ohio Striking Miners Went to Work LONDON Ky Sept 20 The striking miners GOO in number at East Bern stad and Altamont Laurel county went to work Monday on an advance of 10 per cent They signed a contract to work until June next Thrown From HU Wagon and Killed ELIZABKTHTOWN Ky Sept 20 Monday afternoon Mr John L Hick crson a wealthy farmer while a team was thrown from his wagon and so badly injured he died within two hours DIGEST YOUR cent of all sickness Is caused by food not being properly digested it creates liable to almost any disease the human is heir to Use Carlsledts German LiTer Powder and watch the results You will feel the wood effects after one dose Give it a trial convinced Price 2Sc Or Sprue Gum Balsam Curoa Your Couah Just the Madiclna for Children For sale E E McEoberts j 1 I t em iA I arc now going to stand their examining between correspondent wouldshoot trouble Sept Frankfort w February 17The announced near bolt 17Mrs Ross comm similar some river driving fractious F OD r poI- sons and goes blood and then are be OttO by 45 ORE Cap caliber g Post itt d you an4 s Reliable of a rnecbanlcai or to the Parts OIllU R SOO4- t mi Inventive i strip wi- IId 1 by a Ion I to ILLICIT STILL CONFISCATED Alleged Shiner Cap ured nii I Declares H Wilt Not Pouch 011 His IulsEichth Still Captured in Six Months BAKBOUKVirxE Ky Sept 1C Rcve nue Officers Anderson 6f this plade and Isbell of Pinevillc Ky assisted William and George Ilinkle cut up large illicit distillery Thursday morning on Disappointment creek near the line between Knox and Clay counties and destroyed over 500 of beer four bushels of malt and five gallons of whisky They cap tured James Philips at the distillery they also found a large quantity of meal Philips was taken to Pineville Thursday afternoon He says that ho will refuse to testify in his owa behalf because in so doing he might have to implicate other parties Philips says will die before I will give anybody away This is the eighth distillery Anderson has cut up near the same place in the last six months BANK STOCK The Holders Must lay tho Tax the Sam as Other Personal Property I Stato Auditor LOUISVILLE Ky Spt a recent decision of the courts it has been held that national banks could not be taxed as banks but it is held that stock in the banks in the hands of private persons may be taxed as other personal property is taxed It is known that it is the purpose of Auditor Stone to insist on this tax on stock in national banks and steps will shortly be taken to enforce the collection by due process of law In other states the banks have thought it best to pay the stockholders as a matter of accom modation to the state and to the stock holders No arrangement of the kind has been made in Kentucky but Au ditor Stone has said that if the banks would not pay the taxes he would see that the individual stockholders did DIED OF HEART DISEASE Mrs J C S Blackburn of the Ex Senator Expired at Her Homo In Versatile 00 VERSAILLES Ky Sept 19 Mrs JC S Blackburn wife the cxsena tor died here of heart disease Sunday night aged CO Mr Blackburn left home a few days ago his wifes health showing good improvement He was on his way home from the east when Mrs Blackburn died At her bedside were all of her children except one daughter the wife of Col Wm P Hall U S A who is ill in Washing Mrs Blackburn was the daughter of the late Dr Chris C Graham a noted Kentuckian and a centenarian Three Fugitives Captured LOUISVILLE Ky Sept 20 Three fugitives two of them wanted for murder have been arrested here a few hturs Reuben Keiser is wanted as an accessory to the murder of a woman at Nashville and Buck Waller is wanted for a similar crime at Shelbyville Robert Foote has been sent back to Chicago to answer for burglary J P Smith Is wanted for burglary in Shelbyville Jules Gilliam who was charged with stabbing Virgil Banks to death on July 4 1898 has been brought to this city for trial Took the Wrong Hone MIDDLESBOBO Ky Sept shal J H Shannon of Crab Orchard Tuesday night arrested Nelson colored who had just arrived having in his possession a horse which he had stolen from Bob Fish of Crab Orchard When arrested he said he thought the horse belonged to his uncle but that he found his mistake when he arrived at London MarbaliPrjor LOUISVILLE Ky Sopt 20 Mls Mary Gardner Marshall one of Louis villes belles Tuesday night became the bride of Joseph Pryor one of tho most prominent members of the Kentucky bar and son of Judge Robert J Pryor former chief justice of this state A Killlnjr In Lcillo County MIDDLESBOBO Ky Sept Webb killed J M Combs in Leslie county Webb was slightly wounded by Combs They fell out over a among their children Webb has not been arrested Thy Go to the Penitentiary RICHMOND Ky Sept MO William Jones was Tuesday sentenced to the penitentiary six years for horse steal ing Jessie Munday the same for and Sarah year for grand larceny Coal Company First Accident BARBOURVILLE Ky Sept 17 The East Jellico Coal company met with their first serious accident James Meeks in bringing out a coal car fell and was run over sustaining serioug injuries from which it is thought will die Victim Reported Dying WEST LIBERTY Ky Sept 17 Bopne Henry Thursday evening shot a man of the name of Kissick who reside near Hazel It is reported that he is dying The Unwritten Law Saved Him DANVILLE Sept 16 William colored charged with the mar der Robert Knox was acquitted Thursday under the unwritten law Knox had been intimate with Whites wife HU Iiec Crushed to a Pulp RICHMOND Ky Sept 10 Woooson of DoyKsville this county fell off a wagon and a wheel ran over one of his legs crushing it to a pulp Am putation will be necessary to save his Say tone 17Under now Wife Aged f within 20Mar Anderson 20Sedley quarrel housebreaking Covingt n ono h Green now White Ufe- r I I l y r i gals S ft n I 1 ads y 5 Dccm pt Ute a bitter pill Other are Beat the world at sitting still Chicago Record PURELY THEORETICAL j i L t 1 It sublime 4 V4mbIt1on you ijnot leap or climb reids t l Iv V Young Married Womahr 0 that those women who write for the papers telling how to manage get along better with their than we do Experienced They are not married Unsere Gesell schaft The Same Old Story But the fishermans not particular for lie lies In any old place Puck lie a Little Daddy I want to marry Charlie Freshleigh Why doesnt he come to me Whats the trouble with him No daddy no dollars 1 Cleveland Plain Dealer Not Wanted There this is the third time caught you stealing jam and Im getting tired of it Bobby Well 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