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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k k I TENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ey as Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 28 1899 DOLLAR A YEAR q I o r I L fa t i NUMB R 25 ONE i V Ir- vJ I 1cnt t I THE HASELDEN FILTER Patented Feb 28 1899 Cleanses Water Perfect lIl 8iRry Defiail thorughlyE IN EVERY DETAIL Separates trash from the water before the water Is filtered Water filters upward through solve venting tiash from mixed with filtering Bird nests leaves trash etc can not possibly enter filtering material as it is caugh in the bottom of filter before water Is Wnen screw is removed it allows filter to out thoroughly There is no chance for bugs or any of to accumulate as it does in other filters from damnucss J R HASELDJLJN Lancaster Ky e Beazley Baugliman Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets Attorney atLaw Lancaster J B HA5ELflE 2iQ 2 y 4 ANCASTER AND VICINITy 2 oyz QQ2 g j oooooo Barrel salt at Gaines Buell Bootees at Logan Robin sons Go to Logan Robinson and get a 200 hat for L25 Rev Massee preached at Herrings school house Sunday night Anything in a fresh line of ries Cheap Faulconer The Middlesboro street fair Midway will draw many Lancaster people The flocking to to see the elegant line of dress now on The K P lodge has resumed its regular Friday night meetings and the attendance is good Hunley Singleton has opened an oyster saloon in his warehouse near his residence Oysters on hand all the time Look at our goods compare quality and price and if you see that we do not ask you to J JOSEPH New Barber Joe Niklass the new barber Shop N E corner Public Square All work done in the latest style Give me a trial tf Smitt Currey Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Otllce at T Curreys gr cery store tf New Butcher Shop good meat and low prices stand at old post office on Danville street I will also pay market price in cash for all kinds of produce R E THOMPSON 4t A B Robertson the dry goods merchants tell in this issue of THE RECORD of some of the many bargains they have and extend an invitation to Garrard friends to call and examine The biggest line of mens womens ano childrens underwear ever brought to Paint Lick in union suits and seperate pieces Ladies fleeced vests and pants at loc up Mens at 25c up Come and see R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick 1 e H on an ladies Te I you get the best bargal our store uy Danville Danville Gr good disc ay not at highest Bro Fall fishing will soon begin The crop of quail is quite large in this county The Lancaster Dairy can furnish you with milk and ice cream When in Danville put your horse up at Yeager Rices livery Two 5c cakes of Laundry Soap for 5c at Herndon Dont select yourfall dress goods until you see the at Jo sephs Feed is scarce and high sell your Hon John Feland who was billed to speak on behalf of the republics ticket here Monday did not come About 50 people took in the Cincin nati excursion Sunday The train was a double header and had thirteen coaches You can buy a buggy Surrey road wagon or harness Idw Do not want to hold them over through the winter WJ ROMANS Storeroom For Will rent room I occupy an give possession at once Stock ofgoods now low and will be sold as a whole at a great bargain W SWEENEY We know our prices cannot be met by our competitors All is a comparison of goods and you see for yourself that we give val ues for least money J JOSEPH The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs McRoberts Saturday after noon It is the last meeting of the quarter and reports will be read Let every member attend Spoke Monday Hon Jas D Black of Barbours ville addressed a big crowd here Mon day on behalf of the Democratic ticket Ills remarks were well received and he was roundly applauded through out Burglars Cracksmen tackled post office safe Monday night A hole was drilled al most through the door but the bit broke and the culprits left in disgust A quarter was taken from the cash drawer but nothing else missed Chi e Faulco Lanes own now J e ill be er 1 lovely line Rent ask n Ji i Wiffl jljiffjJWitf filWQ f1ToBuyD I D eA 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 PRICESa- nd splendid values can 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 FALL SUITS All Wool Suits at 500 750 100Q and 12 DR NOT TO 8UY you 1 0 o o D D Q 0 Q D D 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 every 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 aid Childrens Fiqe FootWear A SPECIALTY SHOES are the VERY BEST that can be bought of Eas tern Factories Our Hats are Stylish Our Neckwear is the Latest LOGAN ROBINSON i Out dENS r r I L 1 f L b t eee 4D D4 44 1 itt 4 II J y J Q Q r Timothy seed for sale All the dress goods at f Wanted strictly fresh eggs at B NorthcottX Several good second hand buggies and surreys cheap W J Romans Suits and Overcoats made to order by LOGAN ROBINSON I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at 100 cash m25tf R L ELKIN i i Go to Logan Robinson and get a pair of Buell Bootees before the sizes are broken Order your ice cream from The Dairy at 30c per quart packed and ready for use Rice Benge has rented the Best and will soon take charge and run the house in firstclass style Boys just come and our new high top shoes our new over coats and our pretty neck JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Dr Goldstein the celebrated opti cian has decided to resume his regular visits to Lancaster and will return Oct 10 See card in this issue For Sale or The Beazley residence adjoining Judge E Browns Possession given first of any month Apply to Jas Underwood Parksville Ky 2t We have no shoddy goods to work off on our trade Afe have the of the town and county at heart and work for our customers interests as well as our own JOSEPH Double Wedding On second day of the Middlesboro street Fair Oct 6 twin brothers will marry twin sisters The ceremony will be performed in front of and the premiums consist of Taxes Due Town taxes are now due and owners should come forward at once and settle This has to be done and those putting it off too long will be put to extra expense 622tf E M WALKER Collector Encourage Good Things Dont wade to the depot through darkness and mud but telephone Rice Benge and have his handsome bus to call at your door This is an ente prise that should certainly be Graded School Tax The 1899 tax is past due Please can and settle and save being asked for it The penalty will certainly be added to all unpaid taxes tf E W HAUKIS Collector Beulah Marie Dix is a name that stands for the swaggering and vein in romance Those who have read Hugh who has no invitation to secure The Journeys End in the New Lippincott for October Yeager Sc Rice Mr Jas Yeager has bought half in terest in the Dolph Rice livery stable in Danville and the firm is again Yeager Rice They have one of the best appointed stables in Central Kentucky and are always glad to wait upon their friends Bead The K cord It is now the time of year to lay in your winter outfits Before making your purchases consult the columns of THE RECORD and you will see what to buy and where to get it It costs money to advertise in a newspaper a and you may rest assured that unless advertisers had the bargains they would not be spending that cash Remembering the Dead A number of old soldiers have com pleted arrangements to place a over the grave of James T die Querry who died in Lancaster about 18 years ago He was a member of Morgans command and served with distinction The movement was star ted by Jim Dillon a federal soldier jSr McQuerry was a wellknown and muchliked man Settled Again The Danville Advocate has driven a another nail in Garrards coffin It says Danville is a fine town doubt of that This road MUST of by hors This edict together with Stanfords 425 will surely settle the matter The can not get around such commands and lavish use of money Leg Broken Mr John Cress one of Garrards a most upright and honorable citizens met with a sad misfortune Monday While riding along Crab Orchard St near railroad a negro was showing a horse which ran into Mr Cress break ing his leg below the knee He was removed to the residence of Mr Thompson the limb set and he is now doing as well as could be expected The break Is not so serious as it is at painful Jose H Lancaster Hotel Rent interest J grandstand housekeeping property encouraged daredevil Gwyethand notwillneed monument I y c Curre latest velties in tis 12i see wear Its co Soothers v nome it rowe will we the the one a We and the the our the ern the if Of the CODING UP NICELY Land Owners are Doing the Proper Thing Toward Securing the Ball Road Through Old Garrard The committee selected by Club Messrs Geo T Higgin botham and Jas N Denny have seen every land owner along the proposed route save one or two who will be seen this week and every one has to submit the to a of two one selected by theCluband one by the owner and to accept what damage the committee will say is done their land This is the most and just way to get at the matter and the land owners show their sound sense by the they have gone about Each party has selected its man and a meeting will be held tommor row Friday to make the formal and the men will then go over the route and say what they think is a reasonable amount to be paid the land owners in damages We will know in a few days just what the right of way will cost us Judging the feeling all over the county do not believe there will be the least difficulty in raising the money Men of all classes have expressed their intention to give according to their ability and all hands are greatly at the outlook x A survey will probably be made via Danville and Stanford but dear reader believe us when we say that this survey through the other counties not amount to a hill of beans if come up to the scratch with our duty in this matter The Southern has exactly the kind of survey she wants right here and if she is given right of way she does not want any other route Some of the weakkneed have said that because Southern would be offered a bonus to come to Danville it would certain ly go that way Now dont believe tnt for oii miiat3 Tn South railway could take all the moej in Boyle county and it would not keep brakemen in chewing tobacco for week What does a road like the Southern care for a town the size of Stanford Danville and Lancaster all pitched into a heap What she wants is direct line to make its connection and the survey here fills that want are fortunate to be on this line if we do our part we will pet the road but if any antagonism is shown road will be built elsewhere Of course they are not going to buy a right of way through a county where people would be hostile to them and keep them plastered over with little 2x4 annoying law suits We stick to our assertion that this road means the making of Garrard county and now is the only opportu nits we will ever have to get another rail road If we miss this its goodbye Paulanthy with us Everything is in favor and what we want to do keep our shoulder to the wheel and not cease tugging away We hope to give in next issue the exact amount be raised They Know The Best Boute Harry Giovannoli says in the Advo cateIf they didnt have some reason for wanting to take in caster miss Danville the of making the other survey would not incurred Right you are old boy They had best reason in the get the best route through Garrard A Paper at Paint Lick It was reported on the streets here Monday that a newspaper was to be established at Paint Lickthis county the grazing is as short in that end the county as it is here the editor will find the picking pretty dry Its easiest thing in this world to start and anyone can get out the first few Issues but when the steep hills of time are encountered those who started in to fill the longfelt want will find that alls notgold that glitters especially in the newspaper field Will Build Parsonage At a business meeting of the of the local Baptist church it was decided to erect a parsonage on the lot adjoining which is owned by the church As the congregation now has to pay rent for a house it is clear that it will be economy to put up a building on their lot They will erect frame dwelling substantial and Heres a mightv good chance for those blessed with an abundance this worlds goods to show their liberality by contributing to this work Anothi Fight at Paint Lick occurred between The Roller Mills of Burnam Rucker and their customers and trade and itseemed for while that the mills were about to get licked but Burnam Rucker have put double force of men and are now running their plant both and day They are now prepared for trade and exchange fully Come from near and far you can be accomodated generally inside of 30 minutes Re we stand our flat feet and state to the public that we are experts our business 9213t BI7BKAH RUCKKB fc the Commercial agreed committee reasonable appointment encouraged to- go LanEex- pense worldthey members convenient o a remember on 1 cases way to paper Est nigh t wt J eR 0 New Goods Our Fall and Winter goods are now arriving daily Stock will soon be complete We are showing handsome line ofPlaids and Noveltv Dress Goods Our line of Black Crepons cant be beat Come in early and make your choice before the pretty ones are We also handle a line of Sam pies from a Chicago House who makes Ladles Suits We take measures and fits Come in and see our line of samples pickedup guarantee lOGAN Tailor Mad DRY GOODS CO a Dilehay is burning his third brick The Mason Hotel has been given a coat of Bricklayers are now working on the third story of the hotel All colors and shapes in our special hat at 125 LOGAN ROBINSON Best 125 hat on earth LOGAN ROBINSON New goods coming in at R L Co Paint Lick See those beautiful plaid shirts and black at JENNINGS Co Lick Attention is called to the ad of Danville Ice and Coal Co in this is sue of TIlE RECOUD I Come and get a Tailor made suit at readymade prices Perfect guaranteed JxC IlEiirniLL The Lancaster band had a severe case of too much courting and has gone the way of most all amateur or ganizations Preacher A bouncing baby boy has come to bless the home of Eld and Mrs Powell The young man arrived Saturday 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 Strayed Or From our place near Hiattsville about Sept 22 two steers weight 800 and ore light red heifer weight 760 Liberal reward for re turn to T W Conn Hiattsville Ky 2t McClures Magazine for October will contain the concluding installment of Mr Booth Tarkingtons novel The Gentleman from Indiana It will also have a number of very striking short stories Dont Bead This After August 1st we will have for sale coal in any quauity at the lowest price It will pay you to see us before buying Office and yard opposite the Granary W B Moss Co tf Seed Wheat Sale Yellow Fultz seed wheat one year from the North west Would advise farmers to plant to secure seed for another year Sample at Citizens National Bank and Wm Wards mills p A B Marksbury kiln fresh paint JENNINGS erepons the New Stoles 4t I I thebest J 1 i r l satisfaction Chas- E about Far l1 G Important The land owners along the route of the proposed railroad will meet the Commercial Club at the House Friday afternoon at 2 oclock to select committees to attend to the right of way and Blackburn at Richmond The Richmond Climax telegraphs in that city next Monday Oct 2nd county court day A big delegation from this county will attend Another Lancaster Enterprise Mr O C Heberling a practical Hcr ist has rented the Thompson property on York opposite W O Rigneys and established a green honse lIe raise all kinds of flowers and plants Being a man of long experience and the business thoroughly and our can get what they want in this run the business on a much larger scale Mr Heberling has ordered a large stock of Dutch bulbs from Chi cago which arrive about Oct 15 and will sell them at reasonable prices It is much better to buy these right here at home and save taking loaning them injured in shipping Mr Heberling can supply cut tlowers in any designs on the shortest notice Court Day The largest crowd ever seen at a September court came in Monday The streets were filled with people and an immense crowd swarmed around the stock pens Stock of all kinds was here in great droves and mule colts as one fellow expressed it simply hung on the bushes Trading was quite lively and good prices as our stock column will show The crowd was unusually orderly and those who surrounded too much ky were of the good natured kind that do no one harm and attend to their drunk The stock ordinance was enforced and while some thought it a little hardship at first yet they soon saw the many advantages and now the plan a good one Had all the stock here Monday been turned loose upon the streets people could not have crossed and it would have taken a solid week to get the cleaned Mr Benge runs his bus to the pens and the traders have no trouble whatever in gettingthere At night some of the leftovers got pretty drunk and made Rome howl with their Comanche yells and pistols The merchants report a fair day but not up to the usual September court Yore local on page 3 I Meeting I withf speaLing will- greenhousespeo- ple springhe chances- on prevailed own pavements r 4 j e oebel n his believe 4 if 4 U y jLBAflJL flJLOAo a o P g Q a AflJLfiJLBJL We have just completed the addition of a new 96 x 20 feet complete with ladies dressing room and toilet This is our Ready to wear Department where you will always find the best things obtainable in Wraps Skirts Tailor Suits Dressing Sacques Petticoats Shirt Waists Furs c We have also greatly improved our store room and have the best lighted Dry Goods Store in Central Kentucky Make our store your Danville headquarters SILK WAISTS An up to date line Styles which you wont see made home Prices lower than you can have them made They range in prices from 400 to 800 Tailor Made Suits We show you about 150 suits to select from Every good style and all the popular cloths and colors Prices from 3500 down and every one is good value Space will not permit description of suits Come and see them Ladies Wraps Handsome line new shape Tailor Made Coats in black Brown Castor Blue Tan Gray from 1000 to 1750 You wont see these coats at home Cheaper lines from 4 to 800 Largest assortment and best prices on the pop ular Golf Capes We have them for Children Misses and Ladies from 350 up On account of the immense demand certain furs such Minks Martains Sables Fox c are advancing every day We have on hand one hundred novelty fur pieces in Scarfs Collars Victorines c as cheap in price as they have ever been Unless you have one now you are sure to want one Why not buy now and get the selected skins and save money Petticoats We have in silk in all the new shades and black from 600 to 1800 Every one new and new shape and all made of the very best quality of taffeta silk Skirts made of Mercer ized satteens which cannot be destinguished from silk two steps away We have in black and colors at 140 200 Dressing Sacques Ready to wear made of all wool Eider Down and Lambs Wool both plain and trimmed in Red Gray Pink and Blue from 75c to 300 i All the new shades in superb quality of taffeta heavy soft and rich lustre at 85C yd Great line of nouelty silks for waists and dresses Plaids dnd Crepons Crepons have taken a fresh hold on the popular and are in great demand We have 25 styles from 100 to 4 yard No Cotton Crepons Plaids and Reversible Golt suitings in about 30 styles Variety enough to please all tastes as ed fy a of pen is its er the hen lays feel but Ity loose lfi B Danville y room c 25o and35o SiI1s ing fan y rf 1 t ney VttJ2c I Foe Danville KY 4 Ir r- F e 0 Furs rr- a r r e4 CENTRAL RECORD XVBBY wager BY ZOUIS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY rEBUS OKI YAB IN ADTANCK 100 Six MONTHS 60 THREE 25u a shake the has ers that We IF the a march teen upon NOW pulpit tell a taUt the the would best bright THURSDAYSeptember281899 LOUISVILLE will do herself proud the big show to be given there on gross of the times with an alacracty that makes every true Kentuckian If the smaller towns will only off the spirit of mossbackism the grand old commonwealth will soon outrank of the Northern states in spirit of enterprise Kentucky far superior resources to those of the states across the Ohio river and all she needs is for every fellow to go work develop them We been suffering from too much Aris tocracy Sah What we need is more workers and fewer streetcorner loaf and politicians THE daily press continues to devote columns telling how many thousands and tens of thousands of people were present to hear the different speak It seems to think that the fellow who has the biggest crowd to be elected governor Buffalo Bill can get more people to his show can Goebel Taylor and Brown combined and according to the idea he should be made governor wouldnt believe the average of a speaking if the writer would swear to it on a stack of bibles as high as Pikes Peak the money wasted on the Dewey blowout was used in sending enough men to the Philippines to stamp out insurrection what a vast more good would be accomplished Dewey is sensible man and wants no such foolishness as is being gone through with at New York Dewey is a brainy man and simply did his duty The secret of this great flourish of is no doubt principally to give the chance to a number of highcock alorums to ride white horses and the streets in soldier clothes THE CourierJournal printed six attractive supplement pages to the edition Sunday They were largely descriptive of the facilities of the C Js great print ing facilities which are the best by far outside the big eastern cities Kentucky is now known to the world the home of pretty women fast horses and the CourierJournal frequently see What some preacher said in the present cam Vn the narator being a preacher if a preacher has abandoned the for the political stump he lie just as quick if not a quicker that the old hands in the political harness TEDDY ROOSEVELT has mounted the raging stump on behalf of the C ticket in Ohio We didnt think he could stop telling how he whipped the Spaniards long enough to politics SnOOTING of Generals has become fad in the mountains of Kentucky Colonels might be slaughtered for next twenty years and the crop not be materially reduced No Right to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but 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 her impure blood will cause pimple t blotches skin eruptions and a wretchi complexion Electric Bitters is the medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to pu the blood It gives strong nerves It eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good look charming woman of a rundown nvalid Only 50 cents at R E Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m Over in Japan guests at dinner are expected to carry home with them in neatly wrapped parcel any portion the meal they may not eat The custom would be popular with many people in this country when they hap D to be guests WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE perfectly harmless and will remove every worm It is also a tonic and by strengthening will re store to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health Price 25 cts C E Stormes You call the hog the mortgage rats the cow the debtors friend and horse the old standby but the old clucks or cackles all day long raises a brood or two of chicks and several dozen eggs and she is called a nusiance Going Hill Poople Suffering vr- trom Kid iDiseases a gradual v steady loss of strength and vital x They should no time in trying Sidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparation C C J E Stormes laid I i and x V but a J Lexington re- joIce any candidates atought present report trumpets regular excellent asWE paign Great stress seems to republican one attractive trouble to properties C J I la eand nova 4 x J 1200 j her day with Mr from went C 0 P Mn vine A here craze Mr ants been she ic its C at run ter ing four ted J two law the been rial PliEACHEKSVILLE J C Slier has returned from Jellico Walter Warren is building P Eogers sold horse to Estill Lawson 35 J C Pox bought 19 hogs from Ballard at 3Zc J F Payne is progressing nicely rc pairing his J C Hayden sold a nice mare Danville last week for 100 Johnson bought a cow tnd calf from Bird Mathena for 30 Owen Duvall who has been sick for sometime is better at this time John W Cummins attended the speaking at Crab Orchard Friday P and Sam Ballard bought of Sol Rigsby acres of land herefor L Hutchins bought of Richard Robinson 3000 feet of lumber for LOO hundred Carmicle preached here Sun and will preach regular lor the the next year as pastor for the church Mr J E Carsons family of this neighborhood but now of Indiana is here looking after his farm There was a number of young folks from this place spent Sunday at Dripping Springs Mrs H C Cummins and little son Samp spent Friday night J F Cummins in stanford delicate constitution can safely use COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR It is a sure and pleasant rem edy for coughs loss of voice and all lung troubles Price 25 and 50c C C J E Stormes STONE Mitchell and wife have returned Jessamine Geo Samples the saw mill man to Valley View on business M Moberley and wife visited Mr Stone and family in Nicholasville Louis Harris and Miss Myrtle Simpson were married at Nicholas at the residence of her father to Fathcrgill J Rice and wife visited C M Moberley Mr Wilham of Co was the guest of relatives for a few days Mrs Turner and sister Miss Harris of Lancaster were entertained by Mrs Fayne Saturday and Sunday The matrimonial fever is quite the in this section On last Sunday Norman Grow and Miss Blanche Mitchell were married Their attend wore Mr Sanders cousin of the groom and Miss Land They sweethearts for some time is a nice moral industrious boy and is one of the prettiest and refined young ladies in this community extend much happiness in their lives TABLERS BUCKEYE cases where surgeons fail It is no experiment its sales increase through cures Every bottle guaranteed Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 15 cts J E Stormes IOWEH Rev Childers is conducting a series of meetings at Walnutta Saturday and defeated them eleven to six Mrs W H Ralston have completed their new cottage and moved in A protracted meeting will beheld Mt Tabor church the moonlight nights in October The people of onr community ex tend their sincere congratulations to Mr and Mrs R L Jennings To the fathersinlaw we will say coal houses Se en weddings are reported A hard win sure Miss Amanda Anderson is organiz a W C T U at the schoolhouse meets every Thurday evening at oclock All are cordially Invi to attend As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curative BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT is not equaled by any other the world Price 25 and 50 cts C C E Stormes The night trains have been quite destructive to stock having killed horses in the last week one forR Scott and one for JW Metcalf A should be passed requiring trains run Around stock found loafing tracked Mr S fever for some time his many friends are glad to say is convalescent daSome of our girls attended the Brodhecd fair and brought home with sirs Bertie Brown returned home Cincinnati have been visiting their cousin Miss Fannie Spratt No Relief for 0 have been troubled for the last twenty years With bronchial affection at times have beenbedfast Have tried a great many cough remedies life found no relief until I tried Fo leys Honey and Tar lean honestly recommend Foleys H6ney and as quick relief reliable pleasant to take and sure cure for diseases of the Best throat and lungs Minerva Smith414 Washington Ave Danville Ill C Cure E Stormes M uture fanse to has Win his of ver anew barnJ a for house inJohn 95 near toRev The most II Miss Pattie Thompson was married Washington Wm hadof Weof P I L VIeM Our base ball team played Mr and your over power inter John Henderson who confined to his room wIth mala them a good ease of the measles from a visit to her mother in chester who is very sick Misses Minnie Sprott and Mattie Sullivan Yeas r e n- and Tar t at a W James the move and pastor nicely You with load B and from Dr James the he Balm may Pain Ball here I the long meat last oral Wm cures Corns Robe FLATWOODS and Willie Purr bought 9shoats fair price bought six calves from Miller for 66 Will Lusk and sisters have rented Denny farm near Manse and will soon was preaching last Saturday Sunday at Good Hope by the Rev Pike From reports everything passed off at the box supper at Union schoolhouse last Friday night may bridle the appetite but you can not bridle the liver to do its work well You must be honest with it help it along a little now and then a dose of HERBINE the best liver regulator Price 50 cts C C Stormes Little Noel Tankersley son of Geo f Ind passed away Saturdary morn of straw when he fell and snaged his leg they took out what they thought was all the snag but he kept more doctors came and split his leg and took out about an of the snag which was fast between the bones and just on the nerve He died of lock in the bowel complaints made it standzd the greater the 23rd was carrying a part of the civilized world For sale by R E McEoberts Druggist 1m BRYANTSFILLE F Jennings has rented his house lot in this place to a gentleman Madison Elliott having purchased the Adams farm will move to it first of January next The place vacates in Bryantsville is for rent All necessary repairs will be made Byrantsville As usually treated will able the injured three or four weeks but if Pain is freely cure be effected in a very few days Balm cures rheumatism bruises and burns For sale by E McRoberts Druggist 1m Mrs and Mrs Doctor Armstrong visited Mr and Mrs Clark of your town Tuesday Miss Nannie visited in Jessamine this week R Mrs Combs of Jessamine visited friends in this vicinity last week Mrs Nannio Ballard visited her sister ia D Paint Paint Lick made a business trip here Friday Miss Skinner of Beuna Vista is teaching school in this Casey the guest his mother lastweek Mr Crutch field and wife are visitIng relatives Miss Alice Dunn visited her last week Miss Millie Mrs Arnold of your town visited father Mr Jenkins Monday Will have on exhibition Sept 30 saturday all the latest novelties in millinery Yon are cordially asked to inspect them always glad to show my goods Mrs A S Haselden IvMr John Dunn and family from Burgin Poter Dunn and family and C quite a number of others attended birthday dinner given by their mother Mrs Mary A Ford Saturday the day was pleasantly spent and will be remembered by those present Elder Allen wilt fill his appoint at Pleasant Grove Sunday James Nicholasville at 65 W G Jones bought a horse from Crab Orchard parties at 50 Hiram Ray bought at Lancaster court at 12 Per head Charley Carker sold to Hiram Ray three cattle at 3i cents per lb Robert Long and family of have moved to this place We welcome them in our midst Mrs Dr Ray and nephew Louis Ray visited relatives in Parksville and Y Danville last week Mr and 3Irs r John Land have returned from a visit relatives near Berea Harve Tea rand wife of Mercer have been w H flay and family Wm Wilham of Mackville returned home week after visiting relatives several days and was home by John Murphy of Kansas who has been with his daughters Mrs Allen for sev months Mrs Samuel Totten sister Miss Georgie Petty of your town were guests of Mrs Mike nay Thursday Mr anti Mrs Will Dickerson Of Vista made a flying visit here Sunday Miss the beautiful daughter of Wm Doolin who was married last week to their future home in Madison F of spent Saturday night with daughter Mrs Ebb Dickerson A Rumor says we are to have a church rwedding soon Morris Calico and daughter Miss Dora attended the dedication of a Baptist church at Sil Creek the 3rd Sunday Volcanic Eruption Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob of joy Bucklens Arnica them also Old Running and Sors Ulcers Boils Felons Wrats Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Pile cure Drives ou and Aches Only 25 cts a box J guaranteed Sold by E E Men Druggist 1m i t Is here H Purr RiceSam J K lug He getting worse two inch sued jaw ChamberlainsColic has For particulars call on J S Haselden di pe on C rlains applie complete also heR Eliza Dunn last F Jennings Owsley was Esister am BUCKEYES 25 cattle Madison visiting accompanied Clearwater Teater K Sutton JII Salve Fever onearth t lie ate treatment of over lain f r nib Ballard week tAma Cruse will make Diari bury Pains i 1 rk n f equal to Honey Itgives quick and permanent relief a gripaa well as coughs and colds Itmakes trooeMn 1C A Metoilfti I AM 8a YEARS OLD uaed r andnevei Be11e Plae T ang ar StoreDrug LancasterMcRoberts as West ed an Mae been on quite and H say ever Bettis were pains ing C MARKSBURY per pound Mrs Ap Price sold her farm known the Old Burdett farm to Alex for SI 700 Rev Wheatley of Danville preach excellent sermon at the Fork church Sunday 24th Mr and Mrs Frank Carney tIe son and daughter Willie and Julia of Willisburg visited relatives here this week Mr and Rout spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Woods at Danville Several of the young people in this community have attending the protracted meet Durham entertained a few friends Saturday afternoon and feasted them some extra nice watermelons Mr Reuben Naylor who has been sick for some time is slowly Mr and Mrs M G little daughter Irene visited friends in head last week Mrs Batson of Lancaster and Saw ney Burdettof Garden City Mo spent Thursday with H D Aldridge and family Mr Burdett is exhibiting a patent gate which competent judges is the best ever seen in this By pulling a rope it slides entirely out of the way and seldom frightens horses Miss Alta and Tom Chesnut of Danville visiting in this community one day last week Stopped The BackAche A R BASS Morgantown Ind I was afflicted with Kidney disease and had to get up quiet often during the night and suffered severe in Kidneys and with backache used Foleys Kidney Cure after tak three bottles I am entirely cured J E Stormes Robinson M F conducted improving Bro t community 1 and li firs writes t e SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY KKEEPING Ring out the old Ring fa the new Ring wrt the Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of TubesThe are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no indination to cough 6OLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS BottlM Only 25o 600 and 10O BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bills PtatTarlMqr ee false Pine arHoney byscience i i SIs To wagons we will sell good Lump Coal at lOc a at our yards for the present We have also a full line all other coals In cluding two canneltbree sizes of Woolridge Jellico Paint Rock Bros Fire Greet Smithing and tiny Corn Oats Cow Feed Salt Lime Cement Patent Plastlr Sand and Manufactured Ice DANVILLE ICE COAL CO W S GLOBE Mgr City Ordinance The City Council of the City of Lan to congregate on the Public Square any street or alley or other public place in city and exhibit for the pur pose of sale or swap any horse mule jack or jennet Each person so of fending shall be fined not less than This ordinance shall go into effect weekly newspaper published in Lan caster KentuckyR Mayor Attest W H WHERRITT Clerk WMcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY 4BMBBS 4TTBHTI H buShel grades of Anthracite Bryant office ExceptingTotten dollarsaccordingto SCHOOL BOOKS Dont forget that we have many HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE R E NTROBERTS Fox jQrl Gallery This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky having been recently equipped with The Marvelous Anastimat Lonsos- The new discovery in optical science to say to the Ladies that These Lenses FZiATTSH Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph the most Elaborate Paintings among the lot is the New FLEUBDELIS Mouldings specially suitable 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 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office r XY f Iwish toW IY r f I dNQILLE l 1 money i 4 A BUSINESS EDUCATIONI- sabtolnteljr necessary to the yono man or young woman who would win success This belDgConcededin life of first importance to get your training at the school e very front THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY that s aDds la k s rank Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist IB his lineGraduates college Write forbeantifal book testimonials from graduates all orer tm Umiud will7XKK O ala l A icent jt lp ayin Joe i FALL STOCK a h p a o o o o o a o HOUR IS NOW CODING IN WE HAVE COjflPfcETE bINES OF FAfcb and CbOTHING Our stock of Fall and Winter Shoes is the finest in Central Kentucky and We defy Competition on oo Quality or Prices In Overcoats we simply surpass all competitors and can show you the Nobbiest Best and Most stylish garments to be seen anywhere Oar line of Underwear is Complete and Handsome See these garments before making your selection Remember We handle nothing but the best goods Money can buy The GLOBE The GLOBE JI WINTEl c or elII eIID cDDaDIDaD a caco aaDaaaaccalcDacaca cQ acOcIooaaIII m rr rr sL EEC a Coc ILLE 0o o i o o o o- o 1riT o A1 KE TTC7CS YoCENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY September 1899 O THE We spared neither time nor money in securing the Ever shown in Lancaster Our stock is now in and on display We ask you to CALL AND EXAMINE SilllE I TILUST PEOPfcE Cyrus Doty of Lexington is visit ing friends here Hon Sam Stone of Madison was in town Monday Miss Nellie Dillon has returned from a visit to Stanford Capt W J Kinnaird has returned to his home in Middlesboro Judge O F Tillett who has been critically ill is much better today Theo Currey has accepted a position in R H Batsons Dry goods store Mrs J W Sweeney has returned from a visit to Louisville relatives Miss Mortie Nave of Danville is visiting her cousin Mrs Jim Dunn Mr George Smith of London has been visiting his cousin E G Brown Miss Annie Austin is in Miss Lillie Noels millinery store for the fall seasonMessrs Jack Rout and Al Price of Stanford were visitors in this city SundayMiss Kinnaird is very much improved and now thought to be out of danger Miss Alice Hudson has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Augusta Ky Mrs Chas Richardson and baby of Somerset are visiting her father Mr J G Sweeney v y Miss Pauline Amain of Tenn is visiting her mother Mrs Louise Arnold Mrs Oma Logan of Danville is vis iting her nieces Misses Bettie and Hattie Arnold Mr Robert L Salter and wife of Danville were here the past week visiting relatives Mrs J D Boaine and daughter of Nelson county have been vititing in this city Miss Mary Anderson is expected home this week from several months visit to Lexington uUIIUIl IlCI 11- I i I I I ztl netg I 1 i I I I I I g OUT I relatives c i Y wC1 i J1aflLiQ111t Jail k a k 1 i o oeco oeo Mvcoooaceeeeo ooo- cp tY C d40 Ob04 OO- Ri trCYdO OOb y0 t 1 d r 1 Jells 4 Miss Nellie Marrs spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Jennie Burn side at Paint Lick Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick spent Sunday with J C Thompson and family Joe Waters represented the Lincoln Democrat here Monday and added many names to its list Miss Mertie Walker of Perryville accompanied by Mr Davis visited Mrs E W Arnold Sunday Miss Mitchell how has been her friend Mrs Hollie Carlton has returned to Mitchelsburg Mrs Ruthford Blanton of Rich mond has been here a few days teach ing a large class in battenberg work Miss Bettie Anderson leaves this week for Lexington to spend the with her sister Mrs W J Brown ingMiss Hattie Arnold returned home last Wednesday from a very pleasant visit to relatives and friends in Dan ville Mr and Mrs W M Jones of Win chester and Mrs C M Richardson of Somerset are visiting Mr J G SweeneyMrs M Patterson and little daughter Grace Helen have gone on a trip to New York Buffalo Niagra and Boston Mr J H Hurt of Hyattsville will return in a few days from a six weeks trip to Petoskey Mich and other points on the great lakes Rev R R Noel of Stanford was here Monday He soliciting for the Lincoln Democrat and says he is meeting with much success Miss Mary Tumey of Danville has been visiting her brother Mr W S Tumey previous to starting South where she will spend some time Senator Geo T Farris is at home from a months stay in the shoe house he represents in Louisville He will again take the road this week Miss Pearl Phillips has been placed in charge of the Telephone Exchange and her excellent work is being highly complimented by the subscribers Miss Jennie Arnold who spent the summer with her uncle Mr J M Higginbotham and other relatives has returned to Guthrie Oklahoma There is a church choir up in the northeast corner of the state Maine composed of five ladies the to tal weight of which tips the beam at 1000 pounds The little child of Mr and Mrs Chas F Denman is critically ill at their home in Mr and Mrs Alex West were called there by telephone Tuesday Wm O and Casey Owsley were here Saturday They leave shortly for Mexico to spend the winter While Casey looks a the worse for wear yet he is rapidly gaining ground and will soon be all right Mr R L Elkin Master Dan and Miss Francis Collier have returned from Atlanta Mrs Elkin will remain in that city under treatment of Dr W S Elkin She has improved in health since going south Mr and Mrs Walker and little Pat tie Duncan of Buckeye were the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Marshal Eason Saturday and Sunday Little Patties health is semewbat im proved A telegram Monday announced the arrival of a girj baby to bless the union of Mr and Mrs Charley Frls bie at their horns in Onaha The I I I winter f Nicholasville lit le I visiting v little lady was named Gladys May THE RECORD joins many friends in extending congratulations to the father charming mother and the little Miss Mr Gus Hofmann and handsome little son Eddie of Crab Orchard Springs were in town Monday Mr Hofmann has just recovered from a severe spell of fever which attacked him in the height of the season and interfered greatly with the running of the hotel He says the report that the property had been sold is without foundation and there is no talk of such a move The hotel is kept open all the year and guests can always have good The Keeley Institute is and has quite a number of on hand A Word to mothers Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not hesi tate to administer Chamberlains Cojgh Remedy It contains np opi ate nor narcotic inany given as 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 it the approval and praise it has received throughout the United States and in many foreign lands For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Real Instate Bought and Sold I am in a position prop erty and to get fair prices for it Please consult me if you have any to dispose of or if you desire to purchase The Graded School and an era of prosperity with a prospect for waterworks and another railroad have caused a number to seek homes in our city and the value of property has been enhanced Although seven teen residences have gone up this year there is not a vacant house in 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 following property at 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 can be sold at good prices The property is owned by Mrs H C Kauffman and can be bought at the low price of 5000 No 2 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 abundance of fruit and water ornamental and 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 any one desiring to purchase I will handle farms on reasonable terms No sale no pay M D HUGHES October Scrlbnenu Good short stories abound in the October number There are two of Joel Chandler Harriss amusing Min ervy Ann stories there is another OConnor tale by W H Browne writer Judson Knox tells a story of the humanizing of a bankteller illustrated Brander Mathews con tibutes In the Small Hours and QuillerCouchs serial rapidly appro aches its dramatic climax clever absolutely accommodations flourishing patients form and maybe toadvertise general necessary located everything furnishing I anew Mare Local Superintendents Notlcrg The election notices and poll sheets for the election of trustees which is to 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 The City Council would do a wise act if they would require the patent medicine and other fakirs to move out to the suburbs These swindlers rake in many dollars nearly every court day and it is strange that men buy from them Lancaster has two of the best drug stores in the state and if you want medicine go to them they will not swindle you Fur Ho Killing Benge Miller have constructed firstclass slaughter pens and are pre pared to kill and dress your hogs or cattle at reasonable figures The pens are 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 92UI 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 a written guarantee and money if not as represented For sale by R E McRoberts Lancaster Big Times at JtUddl sb ro Middlesboro is preparing to put the big pot in the little one on the othy 6th and 7th of next month She will have a Grand Fair and Midway one bigger and better than has yet been attempted by any town in the state A M Kinnaird is secretary and informs us that neither time nor money will be spared in making the arrangements complete in every Low rates will be given by the railroads and this will be a fine time for our people to visit the Magic City 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 9 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 com pare 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 under wear to select from at Philadelphia prices I will appreciate a call and insure perfect satisfaction A chance for a 5 pair of pants will be given for each 5 worth of poods purchased and the custpmer who guesses nearest to Goebels plurality over Taylor will re ceive the pants Boys and young men under 35 breast measure can have a suit cut and made to measure fit at a saving of 25 per cent as 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 M D HUGHES Agt Adjoining New Hotel J October refunded detail rea- dymade guaranteed Overcoats S r Ian Maclarcn on The Church It has been known for some time that Ian Maclaren has been critically studying modern church methods and the results are now to be made public in The Ladies Home Journal His first article is called The Candy Pull System in the Church and in this he frankly states what many have felt but have scarcely ventured to publicly assert with regard to social tendencies of the church The great English author will then handle The Mutineer in the Church and after that answer the somewhat stalling question Should the Old Minister be Shot 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 in and for the City of Lancaster Ken tucky by the qualified electors of said city to determine whether said city shall incur an indebtedness offourteen thousand dollars for the purpose of furnishing said city with water fifty fire hydrants for seven years Said indebtness to he paid in seven equal annual installments The amount therefore necessary to be raised an nually by taxation is two thousand dollars R KINNAIUD Mayor of city of Lancaster Ky Att W H WiiEttRiTT Clk The United States purchased COO 000 worth of sisal grass from Mexico during the last fiscal year more than the combined purchases or the two previous years A WONDERFUL CURE OF DIR A prominent Virginia Editor Had Al most Given up but was Brought Rack 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 thejidvertisement of Cboleni and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tes timonials stating some wonderful cures had been wrooght by this rem edy I decided to try i Arfter taking 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 aa well as 1 ever did in my life O R MOORS Sold by R E McRob erts Druggist lm Oats is considered the best grain for sheep by all breeders I His LIre was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen f Hannibal Mo lately had a wonder ul deliverance from a frightful deatho In telling of it he says I had taken Typhoid Fever that ran into pneumo nia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave great relief ued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvellous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drug- Store every bottle 1m Chamberlains Colic w Icontin I I ic RIIOEA guaranteed When in Danville call ont o o lillARD STOUT I J D D Leading DRUGGISTS BOOK SELLERS and STATIONERS 1 fI School Books Tablets Inks c a Specialty Best Soda Water in i v oWn o A y tr SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined always on hand for 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 a Burtons LIVHRY toZ493 THE tc clv Horses CAPITAL 710000000 OF 1 SURPLUS 2000000 LANCASTER KY A R DINKY President JNO E STORMKS Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier ti I F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T EMBKY BookKeeper DIRECTORS Sam iDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Stormes PUBLIC SALE Tuesday Oct 3d i8gg- Ha ing rented my farm with the Intention of moving my location I will offer at public sale at my home 3 miles west of Camp Dick Robinson the following list of live stock farm Implements and household furniture 3 j3DBtflS In foal 1 combined mare 4 head Jersey HlltCOW fine calves 10 head hogs 1 3norae wagouTi 3 Peering er 1 97 steel hay rake 1 Malta cnltivai0rrlj jump seat surrey 10 tons clover and timothy hay and other kinds of farming implements besides numerous articles of house hold and kitchen furniture The sale begins at 2 p m TERMS made known on day of sale JOSHUA DUNN Sr You Are Going North If You Are Going South ff You Are Going Est If You Are Going West PWftCHMC TICKETS VM TNC LeutcviiLC A NMHVIUC R SCCWM The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpied The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates states Time sad all ether ImformaUoa wffl be cheerfully fermlafced by c f ATMOMC r tP ng mow If l Cklaj extra 0 R- Ye se S t CeoarlrsuL I iY 6 B W OAD 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 Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Savsryor and Apat for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally ED BISHOP C C J S HASELDEN KR S ORGANIZED 1883 I I invited 1 1 Valuable Loll c TfflS NATIONAL BillOF LANCASTER ITS j B J Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Garofnlaml PromptAttention Guaranteed Lewis Y LEATBLL V HUDSON W O Riemtr CDvWALxiB Prealden Vice President Cashier Assistant Boottecpei Ir Le T I ATKi JSJoHiuoir H C ARNOLD JB ALKGIBBS B F HUBSOK JJWALKU JACOB V ROBINSON Dr R Goldstein Tuesday October 10th 1899 onlyEyes scien tifically adjusted Qaaraatlae Withdraws at Old Point Comfort The quarantine existing at Norfolk Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn this to notify all concerned that the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has re sumed sale of tickets to Old Point Comfort and all points affected by the quarantine The Ions to Old Point Comfort p x c ond and fourth Tuesdays be resumed commencing with the second Tuesday In September Round trip tickets will be 1500 limited to 21 days For fun Information write Gao W BARNEY Div Pas8r Agt Lexington Ky K Cash DI atthe Bimonth cur w r t HltI9INa0THAY E9TORB T3LAiiltere f and s w I t y iv w Wa are sorry to note the illness little Charlie Adam James Ballard handsomely a number of young people night R M Bsazley having decid ed to ship tobacco to Louisville this year has accepted a position with John W Brown Bros Trade with K L Jennings Co and get a nice presents We keep in general merchandise at prices Dr C E Poyntz and R M Beazley were in Cincinnati Sunday Edwin the infant son of Mrs Alvah Pullins is very ill Dr Carlos Fish left Mon day for Chicago to take a two years course in medicine Miss Maymie Rayburn who has been visiting rela tires in Madison for several weeks will return to her home in Lexington SaturdayGet swim and trade with R L Jennings Co They lead in cloth ing and shoes a good overcoat at350 The best work shoe you ever saw all solid 100 All wool suits 500 650 Bin in arch s Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitab will and tremendous ener gy 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 McEoberts Druggist 1m 1 LICK entertained Friday everything reasonable PAIN o rand r Hog cholera is still raging in the county though the situation is im proved M Lauber of Pennsylvania bought four horses averaging 75 and forty suckling mules averaging 25 W A Hiatt sold to Chas Burdett 150 barrels of corn in the heap at 170 per barrel This is one of the best sales made in the connty ESTRAY white sow heavy with pigs Left my house last Thursday Weight about 220 pounds Reward for return to T F McElroy the last few weeks Wills Broadwell have shipped to eastern parties 7GO mule colts for which they have paid the farmers in this section the snug sum of 19000 or an average of 25 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 50c C C J E Stormes Benge Siler report 8 or 9 hundred cattle in the pens last Monday 4 or 5 hundred changee hands at the prices Heifers from 3 to 3c year ling steers from 4 to 4Jc calves from to 18 butcher stuff 3 to 3c men went to the ownership of some chickens and the justice did a discreet thing by waiting until roosting time and then taking the chickens to the house of the plaintiff As they showed no to go to bed they were ed to the other man Where is Sol onion in all his glory now Tacoma Ledger Auctioneer M Bourne reports that every hole and corner was full of sheep cattle and hogs Monday He reports the following sales 11 yearling calves at 28 per head cow and calf 2975 sow and pigs 1L Sold for H B Cox one sow and nine shoats 16 Twenty shoats for Jim Speaks 190 a piece 2horse wagon 30 and spring wagon 10 No sale for plug horses The healing properties of Banner Salve are truly marvelous It is a thorough antiseptic and heals all tingE P McCaslin of Scottsburg raised some wheat on a little plat of land in his town that is attracting much attention He only raised pounds but he sold a onehalf in terest in this for 500 to a Tennessee man He refused 1000 for the eleven pounds The wheat is a cross tween the Genesee Giant shU theFultz and is to be Ceded the Hoosier Giant The fa is square and smoothbearded and of a bearlyred lw Jr jjr The Cynthima Democrat says In following 10 Two disposition Indiana eleven f Montesano lover rest color A distinctive feature is Its capacity Individual 95 stalks ranging down to 23 stalks Riving each hill a bushyappear ance It was sown at rate of 10 Ibs to acre and tore 44 bushels to the acre The owner says it will easily produce from 80 to 100 bushels to the acre It will not be on the market for several years riles Cured If sufferers will use Bannor Salve according to directions a positive cure will result in worst cases Guars teed 25c C C J E Stormes Concerning this years crop the United States Department of Agri culture says that there is unquestion ably a somewhat smaller acreage in to bacco than there was last year Whit there has been some increase in Mas sachusetts Connecticut New York and Wisconsin there is a very consid erable reduction in the state which are the largest producers In and Tennessee there is a reduc tion of about 15 per cent in North Carolina and Ohio of about 10 and in Virginia of 5 per cent Dont Be Imposed Upon Always insist on getting Foleys Honey and Tar as it is positively ab solutely and unqualifiedly the best cough medicine Accept no substi tute C J E Stormes Recently issued statistics of sheep in the United States place the num ber at increase of 1233 543 over the year 1898 Twenty states show a falling off in numbers the jive heaviest losers being California 406 662 Oregon 178545 Texas 136418 Kentucky 73272 Tennessee 45916 Twentyeight states and territories show an increase the five leading graners being Wyoming 426805 Ohio Utah 206427 New Mexico 202228 Montana 117305 LINCOLN NOTES Mark Hardin sold to Frank Rout a bunch of 90 pound shoats at 5 Beazley Bros sold to W S Drye a threeyear old sorrel gelding combined for 100 A M Pence shipped to Cincinnati Wednes day a car load of sheep he bought at 3c J F Cook sold his wheat to J H Baughmad Co at 65c At the sale of the effects of the Joseph E McClary Tuesday Three milch cows were sold at an average of 49 others from 25 to 30 three calves at 1L50 each horses from 1650 to 50 13 900 pound cattle were knocked off to J Crit Eubanks at 388 corn in the shock 190 per barrel House plunder and farming impliments sold well Fifty acres of the farm were sold to George Rankin at 3025 per icre and the remaining 100 acres to J M Tudor for 25 per Journrl Just at this time the turkey crop is beginning to attract attention as it is nearing maturity and will soon begin to move toward the markets says the Winchester Sun The high prices for turkeys last year was a great stimulus to their production and the broods last spring were larger and more nu merous than for many years before Then the season has been favorable reducing the loss on ac count of diseases common to young turkeys through wet seasons to the minium is estimated that the crop in this section is at least 30 larger than the crop of last year while reports from the West and Northwest indicate even a large in those sections The stock everywhere is reported unusually fine but owing to the increased supply with the demand remaining about the same prices are apt to rule somewhat lower this year than last A very good indication that good prices may be expected to continue on Burley tobacco the larger are now buying a large amount of this tobacco of the best grade As the lower grades all along brought good prices no objections can possibly be made by shippers of prices prevailing for some months to come The fact that several large independ served to make the trust bid more lib orally and the fight for stock between older It is thought the trust is try ing to shut out several of the new facfrom Settln thisand a knowr shortage in stocks va around at the present time and we anticipate many will not be anxious now until the new r VC 3 grains- f the Kentucky percent 36905497an 305451 ate acreInterior exceptionally It percent increase manufacturers privately operation promises tortes Burley varIety December produced to c Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at G S GAINESIt fully Warranted and Excels all others KindsFaim Machinery Always on HandI j All s I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS r oe n Sri aw LOUISVILLE RACES A Cold Rain Fell at Intervals E urine the Afternoon Made the Track a Little Slow LouisvnrE Ky Sept 27 The fifth annual meeting of the Louisville Driving and Fair association began Monday afternoon and notwithstand ing the cold rain which began to fall about the time the horses were ready to score for the first heat a 220 rain fell at inter sals during the after the track a show J M C a bay gelding 8 years old owned by J M Clements of Binning ham Mich fell dead in the first heat of the 224 trot just as the field was about to swing into the home stretch event of the day was the Commercial Club stake value 2000 for 208 class pacers This was in straight heats by Arlington Hal 3 to 10 favorite in the first heat sustained his first de feat since the Boston meeting of last year He had to be content with third money The most exciting contest of the day was the trot for the 212 class It was practically a race between Success and Tudor Chimes though 13 horses took the word in the first heat Chimes won the first heat by a neck Success took the second by a nose and Chimes won the third and last heat by a head Geers driving his prettiest TO BE REMOVED The Kecneg and William liltnoy Will Discontinue Their Breeding Farm In This State LEXINGTON Ky Sept 23 The Keenes and William C Whitney are to discontinue their breeding farm in Kentucky At Castleton James R Keene and his son Foxhall Keene have probably 300 head of many of the mares of the finest imported blood and the sires the best in the country including Kingston Tournament St Leonards Chorister imp Horoscope and half dozen others It is said the Keenes are negotiating withers farm at Red Bank N J where they can have their horses near their own business interests Mr Whitney has imp Meddler Lis sack Plaudit and other good stallions and 75 or 80 of the most valuable at Labella stud Mr Whitneys stud is new the mares nearly all been secured last winter and spring from the various breeding countries regardless of cost Mr Whitney it is said desires to havo his thoroughbreds close at hand and has leased Stony Ford for this A Boycott Alleged LOUISVILLE Sept 20 The first suit in which a corporation seeks to enjoin a labor organization from boycotting has been filed in the United States court here The Peerless Company is the plaintiff Molders Union No 16 the The petition states that since April 2 when a strike occurred a of patrolling and picketing has been established around the factory by members of the union who have and assaulted the workmen Boralma Sold 810000 LOUISVILLE Ky Sept 26 Scott Newman jr has sold Boralma a promising young trotter to J C of Kirkwood Del for SlO000 the highest price ever paidfor a 8yearold trotter in Kentucky Boralma is the favorite in the Kentucky Matron stakes of 87000 which will be the principal event of the opening day of the fall trotting meeting Monday Newport Public Banding WASHINGTON Sept 23 Congressman Berry has succeeded in having proper ly differences as to the award of the contract for the new building at Newport Ky for which congress appropriated 75000 It goes to Sherman Gloss Ca of bid was 64500 Politician Firlit fQRT Sept treasurer D Robinson and Fred Gordon a city politician had an over politics Robinson was knocked down by Gordon who used a can of paint Robinson bled freely but was not dangerously hurt Buys a Paper Plant BOWLING GREEN Ky Sept 27 The outfit and building of the Park City Daily Times was sold here Monday exGov Buckner becoming the at 4700 The plant was sold under a decree of court and the lien notes were held by Gen Buckner Shotgun Quarantine SOMERSET Ky Sept city has established a shotgun quarantine against Russell county and a part Pulaski county Smallpox is raging in and there are eight cases in A Me Sterling Hotel Sold MT STERLING Sept i Turner for many years propiietor and manager of the National hotel has sold the property to Frank Hud son who for several years has a saloon in this city Price 520 000 BzMayor Kennedy Dead PADudn Ky Sept 23 a D aged 76 the oldest native born resident died at his home hero morning He once mayor of the city president of the Owensboro Russellville Railroad company and held other important trusts and offices State election Board Met FRANKFORT Ky Sept state election board met Thursday morning held a session at which applicants several counties were considered j t trot noonandmade little ofnine The won Bthe 0 thoroughbreds forthe broodmares having purpose it Manufacturing and- Iron defendant system intimidated for McCoy adjustedall public Cincinnatiwhose 27County altercation Buck er purchaser 24This of Russellcounty Pulaskicounty Ky 24Harlan conducted Thursday was 23The and for election commissionerships from c and prfncipil l R Ky Owen Kennedy 1 e e of In no do BRADLEYS MANIFESTO Petition for Pardon Ma t lie Made li Writing No Aloro Personal Appeals Will Be Heard by the Governor FRANKFORT Ky Sept 24 Gov Bradley has determined not to be during the few remaining weeks his administration by pardon seek and has accordingly issued a It is as follows For the benefit of the public notice is given that personal for pardons will not be heard this way much time is consumed to purpose All applications must be made in writing as contemplated by the constitution Circumstances indicate that as the few weeks remaining of the governors term are to be selected as the time in which those who have been refused pardons heretofore or those who have been confined for years and who could have appealed and failed to so sooner are preparing with the hope doubtless owing to pressure of business strict attention may not be given to their and they may be enabled on that account to obtain pardons Such applications will be promptly and overruled unless they develop some fact or circumstance of recent origin which will justify investiga tion THE SITUATION SERIOUS The Trial of the Griffin Chadweils and Harrietts in Clay County Ky Again Postponed PITTSBURO Ky Sept in Clay county is very serious The trial of the Griffins and Barnetts for the killing of Wash Thatcher was again postponed Two bands of 40 men each of the Philpots went to Manchester all heavily armed Tuesday morning An unexpected large force of are near that town well equipped with Winchester rifles The jail is being guarded by a largo force as the Griffins claim that the jail will be attacked and an effort made to lynch the eight inmates members of their faction Law abiding citizens of Clay county are clamoring for troops to attend the trial which is now set for Friday FEUDISTS HELD Seven of the Griffin Faction Sloit Answer for the Murder of Deputy Thacker and Wounding of Smith LONDON Ky Sept sheriff with a posse captured Andrew Griffin stepson of Sol Griffin the recognized leader of the Clay county Griffin He was escorted to under guard Tuesday morning The killing for which seven Griffins are to answer occurred on Horse creek Clay county Deputy Thacker and his brotherinlaw Smith were fired on from ambush killing Thacker and wounding Smith LEXINOTOX Ky Sept 20 Clay Pointer the wellknown race horse this summer at Chicago has been attached by Henry T Martin of Woodford county who claims he owns the horse Thomas M Berry who raced him and who was ruled off at the same time has never paid him a cent of money The horse is at Tom Stephens farm why Price of KUInjr RICHMOND Ify Sept 27 Gen agent for Nelson Morris Chicago has bought inthe last ten dogs in Madison county nearly 1000 head of heavy ex port cattle at five cents for delivery in November The entire bunch 870000 in value will be sent to England for the Christmas trade Waylaid and PADUCAH Ky Sept 2 Will King colored was waylaid and shot near Maxons Mills this county He died in a short while but declined to Rive the name of his assassin King bore a Detained Against Her Will ALBANY Ky Sept Brown swore out warrants for Bob Brown Alvis Brown and Richard Dicken charging them with detaining her against her will Bob Brown is her husband The sheriff is in pursuit J M Porters Ambtlon CuNTONKySept26 Jerry M Porter who was a candidate for United States senator and who aspired to a seat in congress a year ago has been announced as a republican candidate for in this legislative district The Harrodsbarjr Post Office WASHINGTON Sept post department has detailed an to go to Harrodsburjr Kyt to make an investigation for a new location for the post office at that place annoyed ers manifesto generally appeals usual applications that cases summarily 27The situation Chad wells Tuesday Griffins the 27The faction Manchester Clay Pointer Attacked ruledoff Beef I Black aggregating goodreputation 23Alice representative 26The office inspector r Snot i BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR commonly called a female trouble upon all the distinctly 1 feminine organs of generation ing out weakness imparting jj and regulating the monthly in It sickly a bottle at drug stores Send for a free it iS 6 I I 3 1l0w andweakly women well irregularities TbeBralMeWRlgnktKCeAtlsulta r fiat jar Bertha at Home LEXINGTON Ky Sept 24 Mrs Bertha Benz the remaining survivor of the Benz expedition in the has reached her 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