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THE LANCASTER, EY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER Timothy seed for sale.-- T. 28, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Currey. COMING UP NICELY. HASELBEN (Patented Feb. FILTER. 28, 1899.) Barrel salt atfGaines'. Cleanses Buell Bootees, son's. 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 & Rice's livery. at Logan & Robin- Water tliorfliMy Hh BML, Go $2.00 to Logan & Robinson and get a hat for $1.25. Rev. Massce preached at Herrings school house Sunday night. ries. Perfect Betail. people. Two 5c cakes of Chi nbs re Liaunary Anything in a fresh line of Groce- Soap & Herndon. for 5c. at Faulcoj Cheap. Faulconer & HeWlon. your-fa- ll dress goods Don't select The Middlesboro street fair anil until you see the lovelyline at JoMidway will draw many Lancaster seph's. Lancas- IN EVERY DETAIL Rice Benge has rented the Best Separates trash from the water before the now on disn!ay tel and will soon take charge and run water Is filtered. Hon. John Feland, who was billed the house in first-clastyle. Water filters upward through selve, preventing ttash from being mixed with filtering The T. P. lodge has resumed its to speak on behalf of the republican iraterial. Bird nests, leaves, trash etc.. cannot possibly enter filtering material, as it is regular Friday night meetings and ticket here Monday, did not come. Boys, just come and see our new cangh in the bottom of filter before water Is high top shoes, our new over coats and the attendance is good. filtere. About 50 people took in the Cincin- our pretty neck wear, Jennings & Co Wnen screw cap is removed. It allows filter to dry out thoroughly. There is no chnuce for Hunley Singleton has opened an nati excursion Sunday. The train Paint Lick. bugs or any kind of insects to accumulate as it oyster saloon in his warehouse, near was a double header and had thirteen does in other filters from damnuess. Oysters on hand all the coaches. Dr. Goldstein, the celebrated optihis residence. Ho- The ladiesre flocking to Joseph's cows and take milk from the to see the elegant line of dress goods ter Dairy. Feed is scarce and high, sell your and ready for use. dress Land Owaen are Doing the Proper All the latest, ioveltles Thing Toward Securing the Rail goods at losepn's. Road ThroHgh Old Garrard. Wanted, strfetjy fresh eggs at 12ic. H. B. NorthcottN The committee selected by the Com Several good second hand buggies mercial Club, Messrs. Geo. T. Higgin- botham and Jas. N. Denny, have seen and surreys cheaDWJ- - Romans. every land owner along the proposed Suits and Overcoats made to order route (save one or two who will be seen this week) and every one has Logan & Robinson. by a committo submit the case-tI am standing a nice Jersey Bull at tee of two, one selected by the Club and $1.00 cash. R. L. Elkin. m25tf one by the owner, and to accept what damage the committee will say is done Go to Logan & Robinson and get a is the most reason their land. pair of Buell Bootees before the sizes able and justThis to get at the matter, way are broken. and the land owners show their sound Order your ice cream from The Lan- sense by the way they have gone about Each party has Selected its man caster Dairy at 30c per quart, packed and a meeting will be held tommor- row, Friday, to make the formal appointment, and the men will then go over the route and say whatthey 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 from the feeling all over the county, we 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 enx couraged at the outlook. 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 will not amount to a hill of beans if we 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 the right of way she does not want to go any other route. "Some or the d have said that because the Southern would be offered a bonus to come to Danville, it would certainly go that way. Now don't believe flit for oii mi rate. T.ij South ern railway could take all the moey in Boyle county and it would not keep the brakemen in chewing tobacco for one 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 a direct line to make its connection, and the survey here fills that want. We are fortunate to be on this line, and if we do our part we will pet the road, but if any antagonism is shown the road will be built elsewhere. Of course they are not going to buy a right of way through a county where the 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 nity we will ever have to get another rail road. If we miss this, its goodbye Paulanthy with us. Everything is in our favor, and what we want to do is to keep our shoulder to the wheel and not cease tugging away. We hope to give in next issue the exact amount to be raised. weak-knee- New Goods Our Fall and "Winter goods are now arriving daily. Stock will soon "be complete. "We are showing handsome line of Plaids and Noveltv) Dress Goods. Our line of Black Crepons can't be beat Come in early and make your choice before the pretty ones are picked up. J. JR. HASELDJiiJN, Lancaster, Ky You can buy a buggy', Surrey, road goods,xsompare quality wagon or harness Idwflown. Do not ilnnnt. Kofi that want to hold them over through the bargainer at our store, winter. you get the best vWJ. Romans. we do not ask you to buyJ. Joseph. Storeroom For Rent. New Ba Will rent room I now occupy an Joe Niklass, the new barber. Shop give possession at once. Stock of goods N. E. corner Public Square. All work now low and will be sold as a whole at J, W. Sweeney. done in the latest style. Give me a a great bargain. Look time. at our cian has decided to resume his regular visits to Lancaster and will return Oct. 10. See card in this issue. For Sale or R. at. The Beazley residence, adjoining Judge E. Brown's. Possession given first of any month. Apply to Jas. Underwood, Parksville, Ky. 2t. also handle a line of Samples from a Chicago House who makes We Beazley & Bauglinmn, Fnneral Directors. Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty. Full Line of Furniture and Carpets. We have no shoddy goods to "work off" on our trade. We have the inWe know our prices cannot be met terest of the town and bounty at heart, Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan- by our competitors. All We ask is a ville Steam laundry. Work shipped comparison of goods, and you will see and work for our customers interests j) Joseph. as well as our own. ' and received daily. Shirt waists a for yourself that we give better valspecialty. Office at T. Curreys gr tcery ues for least money. Graded School Tax. J. Jc seph. tf. store. The 1899 tax is past due. Please call The Ladies' Aid Society will meet and settle and save being asked for it. New Butcher Shop, good meat and with Mrs. McRoberts" Saturday afterThe penalty will certainly be added to post office on noon. low prices, stand at old It is the last meeting of the all unpaid taxes. Danville street. I will also pay high- quarter and reports will be read.,. Let E. W. Hauris, Collector. tf. est market price in cash for all kinds every member attend. R. E. Thompson. 4t of produce. Doable Wedding. Spoke Monday, On second day of the Middlesboro DanA. B. Robertson &Bro., the non. Jas. D. Black, of Barbours-vill- street Fair (Oct. 6) twin brothers will ville dry goods merchants, tell in this addressed a big crowd here Mon- marry twin sisters. The ceremony issue of TnE Recoud of some of the day on behalf of the Democratic will be performed in front of grand many bargains they have, and extend ticket. His remarks were well received stand and the premiums consist of an invitation to Garrard friends to and he was roundly applauded through enough articles to "set up housekeep call and examine. out. ing." trial. tf Ladies Tailor-Mud- s Suits. We take measures and guaran- tee fits. Come in and see our line of samples. e, J. 5. HA BE LII EN Attorney atLaw Lancaster. Burglar. Taxes Due. The biggest line of mens, womens andchildrens underwear ever brought Cracksmen tackled post office safe Town taxes are now due, and prop alerty owners should come forward at to Paint Lick, in union suits and Monday night. A hole was drilled seperate pieces. Ladies fleeced vests most through the door, but the bit once and settle. This has to be done and pants at 15c up. Mens at 25c up. broke and the culprits left in disgust. and those putting it off too long will y Come and see. R. L. Jennings & Co. A quarter was taken from the cash be put to extra expense drawer but nothing else missed. E. M. Walker, Collector." Paint Lick. Encourage Good Things. Don't 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 enter prise that should certainly be encour aged. Beulah Marie Dix is a name DRY GOODS Dilehay is burning his third brick kiln. Important lectins. To Buy I 8 J, yourself. II f HOT TO j BUI. "by? stands for the swaggering and dare that That is The Question. possess the riches of the shining dust of a returned millionaire or the It is true you may not Alaskan, but with such TEMPTINGr PRICES and splendid values can you afford to pass them for sleigh hells yet hut come and hear the merry jingle of the LOWEST PRICES ever made on MENS FALL SUITS. It is not time All "Wool Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $10.0Q and $12. Tou 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 would like the pleasure of showing you what we have to offer this Fall, and we assure you that NO ONE will be more welcome at our store than Ladies, Misses aqd Gliildrens Fiqe Footgear m A SPECIALTY. tern Factories. Our MENS SHOES are the VERT BEST that can be bought of .Eas- H H m Our Hats are Stylish. Our Neckwear is the Latest. 8 m n H m LOGAN & ROBINSON. n If devil vein in romance. Those who have read "Hugh Gwyeth" and who They Knew The Best Route. has not? will need no invitation to Harry Giovannoli says in the Advo Another Lancaster Enterprise. secure "The Journey's End" in the See those beautiful plaid shirts and cate: Mr. O. C. Heberling.a practical flor 'NewLippincott" for October. black crepons at Jennings & Co. "If they didn't have some good ist, lias rented the Thompson property reason for wanting to take in Lan Paint Lick. on York, opposite W. O. Rigney's and Yeager 3c Hlce. caster and miss Danville, the ex Mr. Jas. Yeager has bought half in pense of making the other survey Attention is called to the ad. of the established a green honse. He will Danville Ice and Coal Co., in this is raise all kinds of flowers and plants. terest in the Dolph Rice livery stable would not ha Ye been incurred." Being a man of long experience and in Danville, and the firm is again Right you are, old boy. They had sue of The Recoud. having worked in the largest green Yeager & Rice. They have one of the best reason in the world they get Come and get a Tailor made suit at houses in the country, he understands the best appointed stables in Central the best route through Garrard. ready-mad- e prices.-- . Perfect satisfac the business thoroughly, and our peoKentucky and are always glad to wait ple can get what they want in this tion guaranteed." fcC Hemphill. A Paper at Paint Lick. upon their friends. line right here at home. Next spring was reported on the streets here It Read The R' cord. The Lancaster band had a severe he will erect two large hot houses and Monday, that a newspaper was to be It is now the time of year to lay in established at Paint Lick,this county. case or too much courting, ana nas run the business on a much larger your winter outfits. Before making If the grazing is as short in that end gone the way of most all amateur or scale. Mr. Heberling has ordered a your purchases consult the columns of of the county as it is here, the editor ganizations. large stock of Dutch bulbs from Chicago which arrive about Oct. 15, and The Record and you will see what to will find the picking pretty dry. Its Preacher. buy and where to get it. It costs the easiest thing in this world to start will sell them at reasonable prices. A bouncing baby boy has come to It is much better to buy these right money to advertise in a newspaper a paper, and anyone can get out the .and you may rest assured that unless first few issues, but when the steep bless the home of Eld. and Mrs. Chas. here at home, and save taking chances advertisers had the bargains they hills of time are encountered, those E. Powell. The young man arrived on having them injured in shipping. Saturday. would not bespending that cash. Mr. Ueberling can supply cut flowers who started in to fill the 'iong-fe- lt in any designs on the shortest notice. want" will find that all's not gold that Seed Wheat. Btmemberins the Dead. especially in the newspaper I have between 500 and 600 bushels old soldiers have com glitters, A number of Court Day. of good seed wheat for sale, of the Ev pleted arrangements to place a monu field. The largest crowd ever seen at a erett's High Grade variety. ment over the grave of James T. Ic September court came in Monday. Will Build Parsonage. Jno. W. Miller. lm Querry, who died in Lancaster about The streets were filled with people At a business meeting of the mem' 18 years ago. He was a member of and an immense crowd swarmed bers of the local Baptist church, it Strayed Or Stolen. Morgan's command and served with was decided to erect a parsonage on around the stock pens. Stock of all From our place near Hiattsville, kinds was here in great droves, and distinction. The movement was star the lot adjoining, which is owned by about Sept. 22, two steers, weight a-- mule colts, as one fellow expressed it, ted by Jim Dillon, a federal soldier. the church. As the congregation now bout 800, and ore light red heifer, n Mr. McQuerry was a and has to pay rent for a house, it is clear weight 760. Liberal reward for re simply hung on the bushes. Trading much-like- d man. that it will be economy to put up a turn to T. W. Conn, Hiattsville, Ivy. was quite lively, and good price prevailed, as our stock column will show. building on their lot. They will erect Settled Again. It's 2t. The crowd was unusually orderly, and rA The Danville Advocate has driven a frame dwelling, substantial and con' those who surrounded too much whisMcClure's Magazine for October will another nail in Garrard's coffin. It venient. Here's a mighty good chance ky were of the good natured kind that says: "Danville is a fine town, no for those blessed with an abundance contain the concluding installment of do no one harm and attend to their doubt of that. This road MUST come of this world's goods to show their Mr. Booth Tarkington's novel "The own drunk. The stock ordinance was liberality by contributing to this Gentleman from Indiana." It will by here." This edict, together with enforced and, while some thought it a also have a number of very striking Stanford's $25. will surely settle the work. little hardship at first, yet they soon matter. The Southern can not get short stories. saw the many advantages and now beAnother Fight at Paint Llek. around such commands and lavish use lieve the plan a good one. Had all occurred between The Roller Don't Read This! of money. Mills of Burnam & Rucker and their After August 1st we will, have for the stock here Monday been turned Leg Brok-n- . customers and trade, and it seemed for sale the Jbest coal in any quanity at loose upon the streets, people could Mr. John Cress, one of Garrard's a while that the mills were about to the lowest price. It will pay you to not have crossed, and it would have most upright and honorable citizens, get licked but Burnam & Rucker have see us before buying. Office and yard taken a solid week to- - get the pavemet with a sad misfortune Monday. put on a double force of men and are opposite the Granary. W. B. Moss & ments cleaned. Mr. Benge runs his While riding along Crab Orchard St., now running their plant both nhfht &Co. tf. bus to the pens, and the traders have no trouble whatever in getting there. near railroad, a negro was showing a and day. They are now prepared for Seed Wheat Far Sale At night, some of the got horse which ran into Mr. Cress, break trade and exchange fully. Come from Tellow Fultz seed wheat one year pretty drunk and made Rome howl ing his leg below the knee. He was near and far, you can be accomodated removed to the residence of Mr. generally inside of 30 minutes. Re- removed from the North west: Would with their Comanche yells and pistols. Thompson, the limb set and he is now member we stand on our flat feet and advise farmers to plant to secure seed The merchants report a fair day, but doing as well as could be expected state to the public that we are experts for another year. Sample at Citizens not up to the usual September court. National Bank and Wm. Ward's mills The break is not so serious as it is at our business. H, A. B. Marksbury. More local on 3, Burn ax & Ruckxr. painful. . N-well-know- Richmond. The Richmond Climax telegraphs The Recoud to announce the spea!.- Best $1.25 hat on earth. Logan & Robinson. ing by lion's. Goebcl and Blackburn in that city next Monday, Oct. 2nd, county court day. A big delegation New goods coming in at R. L. Jen from this county will attend. nings & Co. Paint Lick. hat at $1.25. Logan & The land owners along the route of Mason Hotel has been given a the proposed railroad will meet with The the Commercial Club at the Court fresh coat of paint. House Friday afternoon at 2 oclock to Bricklayers are now working on the select committees to attend to the third story of the hotel. right of way. All colors and shapes in our special Goebcl and Blackburn at Robinson. It left-ove- pg CENTRAL RECORD! J. VKBT WKEK pbeachebsville. FLATWOODS. Vt LOUIS LAN DBA X, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ( Ohh Tsxb. in ADVAHC1 fKKMB ' Six Mouths . S1X0 .50 (Thru " " C. Siler has returned from Jellico. Mc and Willie Purr bought 9 shoats Walter Warren is building anew at a fair price. barn. W H Furr bought six calves from J. P Rogers sold a horse to Estill James Miller for $66. Lawson for $35. Mr. Jacob Clouse bought. Mr. Rice J. C Fox, bought 19 hogs from Sam Bene' farm near this place, for $400. Ballard, at 3lc. Will Lusk and sisters have rented J F Payne is progressing nicely re the Denny farm near Manse, and will THUBSDAY,September28 1899 Oanville, Ky. FirgJijiJiMiiiSJiiijE We have just completed the addition of a new room 96 x 20 feet, complete with ladies dressing room and toilet. This is always our "Ready to wear" Department where you will Wraos. Skirts, Tailor &c Suits, Dressing Sacques, Petticoats, Shirt Waists, Furs our store room and have We have also greatly improved Wrr-nrv Onods Store in Central Kentucky, -J Hit lH- -l Make our store your Danville headquarters. SILK WAIST5. itno TailorMade Suits Ladies Wraps. Furs. Petticoats. tn; Dressing Sacques Silks Plaids and Crcpons. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. J. L Hutchins bought of Richard Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary Robinson 3,000 feet of lumber for $L00 mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the her hundred. cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed Rev. Carmicle preached here Sun membranes are healed and soothed so that ther day and will preach regular for the is no inclination to cough. the next year as pastor for the church. 60LD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS BattlaaOnly. 26o., 50o. ami $1.00 SIzm Mr. J E Carson's family of this neighborhood, but now of Indiana, is BE SURE YOU GET I AM 88 YEARS OLD. and neveiascd any remedy equal to Dr. Bell's uciu luuKUlK ttuvi uia itiim....iuciu imrl enlir. Vife lnrr nnrl tnnL- - nut. nhnilt. PfaM-Tar-lDr. Honey, it glvea quicK ana permanent relief ta crip aa well aaeongbs and colds. Itmakea . rvtiv Hniw nmaa nnnt.iniipa t.n riflvntft ' . mace snent sunaay , urippiDK an incn 01 Lne snag, wnicn ,was iasir ,. v weak lungs trons. Mis. K. A. Vetcatts, .j r.v- at tnis ueiween "ueuones anu JUbbUU columns telling how many thousands finri' n nnrnrninrnnrt eneunerve. ' ,frc He died of lock jaw. and tens of thousands of people were littip. snn' Snmn. snnt Fridav nicht The 2reat success of Chamberlain's present to hear the different candi- - wita F Cummins in Stanford. dates speak. It seems to think that ftnotuHn Mn Col,c Cholera andDiarrhoea Remedy MARKSBDRY. in the treatment of bowel complaints the fellow who has the biggest crowd safely use COUSSEN'S OF n.,ffoin k has made it standlrwHiver the greater at TAR. It is a sure and pleasant rem part of An up to date line. Styles which you won't see made the civilized world. For sale Mr. T. I. Herring sold to C. A Rob Bill can get more people to his show coughs, loss of voice, and all by edy inson a nice buncli of fat cattle for 41c R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, lm Prirps lnwtr than vou can have them made. They that can Goebel, Taylor and Brown lung for troubles. Price 25 and 50c. C. per pound. combined, and, according to the pres C. & J. E. Stormes. from $4.00 to $8.00. range in prices To wagons we sell Mrs. Ap Price sold her farm, known ent idea, he should be made governor. BRYANTSFILLE. as the "Old Burdett farm," to Alex. good Lump Coal We wouldn't believe the average re 10c a STONE. port of a speaking if the writer would West, for $4,700. B. F Jennings has rented his house our yards for the swear to it on a stack of bibles as high Rev. Wheatley, of Danville, preach bushel and lot in this place to a gentleman Mr Mitchell and wife have returned as Pikes Peak. ed an excellent sermon at the Fork present. Madison. from from Jessamine. church, Sunday 24th. Dr. Elliott having purchased the Geo. Samples, the saw mill man, - We have also a full line all other coals in Every good If the money wasted on the Dewey went to Valley View on business. We show you about 150 suits to select from. James Adams farm will move to it Mr. and Mrs Frank Carney and Jitblow-ou- t was used in sending, enough from men to the Philippines to stamp out C M Moberley and wife visited Mr the first of January next. The place tie son and daughter, Willie and Julia cluding two grades of cannel.three sizes of An style and all the popular cloths and colors. Prices Willisburg, visited relatives thracite, Woolrldge, Jellico. Paint Rock. Bryhe vacates in Bryantsville is for rent. Mae, of more in the P Stone t,00 down and everv one is good value. Space will not good insurrection, what a vastDewey O Mr. Louisand familyand Nicholasville All necessary repairs will be made. here this week. . . .Mr and Mrs M F. ant Bros. Fire Creek, Smithing, and Hay, accomplished. would be Miss Myrtle Harris Rout spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Corn, Oats, Cow Feed. Salt, Lime. Cement, permit description of suits. Come and see them. is a sensible man, and wants no such Simpson were married at Nicholas For particulars call on J S Haselden, Woods at Danville Several of the Patent Plasttr. Sand and Manufactured Ice. Byrantsville. foolishness as is being gone through ville. young people in this community have DANVILLE ICE & COAL CO. As usually treated apcain will die- - been attending the protracted meet with at New York. Dewey is a brainy W. S. GLORE, Mgr. Miss Pattie Thompson was married able the injured pecson for three or ing at Herring's school house con man. and simply did his duty. The at the residence of her father to Mr. four weeks, but if Cllamberlain's Pain Yard, C. S. Depot, Telephone 24. Town ofsecret of this great nourish of trum ducted by Rev. Massee. . . .Miss Carrie fice and Factory, 3d St., Telephone 151. Fathergill. Balm is freely applieoSarcomplete cure Durham entertained a few friends pets is, no doubt, principally to give A, J. Rice and wife visited C. M, may be effected in a very few days, Saturday the chance to a number of afternoon, and feasted them Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, on some extra nice to ride white horses and Moberley.... Mr. Wilham, of s line new shape Tailor Made Coats in black, , intrtnn f!n. was t.hfi minst. of relatives cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by raarcn tne streets in soiuieruioLuus. : Mr. Reuben Naylor, who has been Tan, Gray &c from $10:00 to? i7-here for a few days.... Mrs. Mollie R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. The City Council of the City of LanBrown. Castor. Blue. lm. quite sick for some time is slowly im ana bihter, Miss Harris, of caster do ordain as follows: Excepting ninr-Tn.imn- i nrintofl GiY. vywuwv-- . Mr and Mrs M G Aldridge Mrs. Eliza Ballard and Mrs. Doctor proving You wl-t- - tt,oc rnott at hnmp. Cheaoer lines from 4. i. v 1." " Tjauvaow V.w . ATrt! " ntt.rnr.HvA siinnlomnnt. n.ntrflS to WB Armstrong, visited Mr and Mrs Clark and little daughter, Irene, visited Totten Avenue, it shall be unlawful . " to $8.00. Largest assortment ana oest pn, uu Sunday. congregate on the Public Square, t.lip. edition Sundav. They Wm. Fayne Saturday and of your town Tuesday. . . .Miss Nannie friends in Broc head last week Mrs. to ular Golf Capes. We have them tor Children, Misses and were largely descriptive of the excel- - The matrimonial fever is quite tne Ball visited in Jessamine this week, R H Batson, of Lancaster, and Saw any street or alley or other public place in city, and exhibit for the purlpnt, faniUHfis nf the. O. J's ffreat Drint- - craze in this section. On last Sunday . .Mrs Combs, of Jessamine, visited ney Burdett.of Garden City, Mo.,spent Ladies from $3.50 up pose of sale or swap any horse, mule, Thursday with H. D Aldridge and lnr fflp.ilitJfis. which are the best, bv Mr. Norman Grow and 3liss uiancne- friends in this vicinity last week jack or jennet. Each person so of far. outside the bie eastern cities. Mitchell were married. Their attend- Mrs Nannie Ballard visited her sister, family. Mr. Burdett is exhibiting a Kentucky is now known to the world anis were jur. aanqers, cousin in me Mrs punnj ast week. ...BP Jennings patent gate, which competent judges fending shall be fined not less than one dollar nor more than fifteen dolXllBY fust, eroom. ana 1U1S3 ijUllU. 00 th, hnmo nf nrot.t.v wnmon of Paint Paint Lick, made a business say is the best eyer seen in this com been sweethearts ror some time, tie trip here Friday.... Miss Skinner, of munity. By pulling a rope it slides lars. Courier-Journa- l. horses and the This ordinance shall go into effect is a nice moral, industrious boy, and Beuna Vista, is teaching school in this entirely out of the way, and seldom on passage and publication according as Miss Alta Casey Owsley was the guest ever frightens horses frequently see "What some she is one of the prettiest and refined place On account of the immense demand certain turs, sucn to law in The Central Record, a young in this community. We MWoi-nSoMm TW are advancing every day preacher said" in the present cam extend ladies happiness in their future of his mother last week . . . .Mr. Crutch Bettis and Tom Chesnut, of Danville, weekly newspaper published in Lan' much ' Held and wife are visiting relatives were visiting in this community one .0 . paign. Great stress seems to be laid , , rB caster, Kentucky. We have on hand one nunarea noveuy iur pieces m here.... Miss Alice Dunn visited her day last week. up(m tQe narat0r being a "preacher." lives R' KrxKAiRD, Mayor. Mrs, sister last week Miss Millie.... Collars, Victorines &c. as cheap in price as they have ever Now, if a preacher has abandoned the TABLER'S BUCKEYE Attest, W. H. Wherritt, Clerk. pulpit for the political stump, he will OINTMENT relieves the intense itch Virgie Arnold, of your town visiced Back-Ach- e. Stopped The been. Unless you have one now, you are sure to want one. tell a lie just as quick, if not a little ing. It soothes, heals and cures chron- - her father, Mr Jenkins, Monday. A. R. BASS, Morgantown, Ind., WThxr nf Uuv nnm and vet the selected skins and save auicker. that the old hands in the ic cases where surgeons fail. It is no I will have on exhibition Sept. 30, writes: I was afflicted with Kidney W. McC JOHNSTON, JOHN T. JOHNSTON experiment; its sales increase through Saturday, all the latest novelties in political harness. disease and had to get up quiet often money? its cures. Every bottle guaranteed. millinery. Yon are cordially asked to during the night and suffered severe JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON 75 cts. Teddy Roosevelt has mounted Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes inspect them, I am al ;va.ys glad to pains in Kidneys and with backache, show my goods. Mrs. A. S. naselden I used Foley's Kidney Cure, after tak the raging stump on behalf of the re C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Cifil. Engineers and Snrreyors, publican ticket in Ohio. We didn't s,Mr John Dunn and family, from ing three bottles 1 am entirely cured. think he could stop telling how he LOWELL. Burgin, Poter Dunn and family, and C. C. & J. E. Stormes. LANCASTER, KY whipped the Spaniards long enough to quite a number of others, attended Rev. Childers is conducting a series the birthday dinner given by their talk politics. 00 We have in silk, in all the new shades and black from of meetings at Walnutta. mother, Mrs Mary A. Ford, Saturday, to $18.00. Every one new and new shape, and all made of Shooting of "Generals" has become Our base ball team played Manse, the day was pleasantly spent and will fad in the mountains of Kentucky. Saturday, and defeated them eleven long be remembered by those present. the very best quality of taffeta silk. Skirts made of Mercer the "Colonels" might be slaughtered for to six. Elder Allen wiU1 fill his appoint ized satteens which cannot be destinguished from silk two the next twenty years and the crop Mr.and Mrs. W. H. Ralston have ment at Pleasant Grove Sunday. We have in black and colors at $1.40, 2.00, would not be materially reduced. nwflv. completed their new cottage and moved in. 2.50 and $3.50. BUCKEYE. No Bight to Ugliness. A protracted meeting will beheld SECOND-HANThe woman who is lovely in face, at Mt. Tabor church the moonlight James Hardwick sold a .horse in form and temper will always have nights in October. Nicholasville at $65. friends, but one who would be attract The people of onr community exW G Jones bought a horse from she is tend their sincere congratulations to ive must keep her health. If Crab Orchard parties at $50. weak, sicklv and all run down, she Mr. and Mrs. R. L Jennings- . 111 . . Hiram Ray bought at Lancaster Will UC UCHUUS UUU !:tnVln J.r out llliuiuit. Tf oVta we will say Ready to wear, maae 01 an wooi iviaer vovu aim wmus nag constipation or kidney trouble, her To the father's-in-la$12 per head. 25 run your coal houses over. Seven court cattle at cause pimpie. p Wool, both olain and tnmmed. in Red, (Jray, Jfinic ana impure mooa Charley Carker sold to Hiram Ray, weddings are reported. A hard win . Diotcnes, sum erupuons ana a wreicm three cattle at 3 cents per lb. , sure. Blue from 75c to $3.00. . mnlfixinn. Electric Bitters is the ter Robert Long and family, of Madi Miss Amanda Anderson is organiz best medicine in the world to regulate son, nave movea totnis pmce. we stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu ng a w. J. T. u. at tne scnooi-nousmeeis every xnuraay evening at welcome them in our midst. fv thft Wood. It eives stroner nerves.- bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich four o'clock. All are cordially lnvi- - Mrs Dr Ray and nephew. Louis Ray. visited relatives in Parksville and complexion. It will make a good look- - ted to attend. Mr. and Mrs. As an external liniment of most Danville last week heavy, soft w shades in superb quality of taffeta, AU the G-allevwonderful penetrative, and curative John Land have returned from a visit y. Harve Tea- and rich lustre at 85c yd. Great line of-- nouelty silks for Roberts' Drug Store. lm power, jjajjIjAKIj t sjnuw Ijijni to relatives near Berea MENT is not equaled by any other in ter and wife, of Mercer, have been vis waists and dresses. iting WH Ray and family.... Wm. Over in Japan guests at dinner are the world. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. Wilham, of Mackville, returned home expected to carry home with them in & J. E. Stormes. visiting relativ week, The night trains have been quite last several after and was accompa a neatly wrapped parcel any portion days, here of the meal they may not eat. The destructive to stock, having killed nied home by John Murphy, of Clear Gallery in Central Ky., having This is now the most many two horses in tlie last week, one for R custom would be popular with been recently equipped with - D Scott and one for J W Metcalf . (A water, Kansas, who has been with his Crenons have taken a fresh hold on the popular fancy and people in this country when they hapdaughter Mrs Allen, Teater for sev- uests- law should be passed requiring trains Pen 10 are in great demand. We have 25 styles from $1.00 to $4. .. to run around stock found loafing on I t ,r, WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies , yard. No Cotton Crepons. Plaids and Reversible Goli f tl harmless, and will remove- - tbetrack,Ed.) that suitings in about 30 styles. Variety enough to please all eyery Worm. It is also a tonic, and by Mr. John S. Henderson, who has Bav Thursday:. . ,Mr. andMre Will Xionscm its strengthening properties win re been confined to his room with mala Dickerson, of Beuna Vista, made a tastes. store to pale cheeks the rosy hue of rial fever ror some time, his many flying visit here Sunday.. Miss Aman received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in MouldJust health. Price 25 cts. C. C.&J. E. friends are glad to say is convalescent da, the beautiful daughter of Wm. ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be Some of our girls attended the Doolin, who was married last week to Stormes. appreCiaieu. OUlWUie iui huhiiuk iiuui iuc oiujyicsu .EruuLvgrayu tu Brodhe&d fair and brought home with Wm. Cruse, willjnake their future the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the New French You call the hog the mortgage rais- - them a good case of the measles Madison F K Sutton, of "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, S ver, the cow the debtor's friend, and Mrs. Bertie Brown returned home home in ent Saturday night with Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require the horse the old standby, but the old from a visit to her mother in Win Marksbury, his daughter, Mrs Ebb Dickerson. . . . a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. hen clucks or cackles all day long, Chester, who is very sick Misses says we are to have a church We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. raises a brood or two of chicks and Minnie Spratt and Mattie Sullivan, of Rumor soon.... Morris Calico and lays several dozen eggs, and she is Cincinnati, have been visiting their wedding daughter, Miss Dora, attended, the called a nusiance. cousin, Miss Fannie Spratt, dedication of a Baptist church at Sil ver Creek, the 3rd Sunday, No for 30 Tears. DewR 1111 1, ' Gelac EDUCATION have been troubled for the. last People Volcanlo Eruption. abiolnuly necessary to the jobb years with bronchial affection twenty Is Suffering man or young woman who would wla Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob and at times have been1 bedfast. Have from Kid- success ib life. This tried a great many cough remedies life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ', ney Diseases but found no relief until I tried Fo-- cures them, also Old, Running and t Is of first Importance to get your tralnln at the school that strands In the Tery 'front rank , :" feel a gradual ' . ley's Honey and Tar. lean honestly Fever Sors, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, but steady loss of THE BRYANT & STXATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE recommend Foley's H6ney and Tar as Corns, Wrats, Cuts, Bruises, Burns strength and vitaP" . ' quick relief, reliable, pleasant to Scalds, Chapped vHands, Chilblains; . a LOUISVILLE, KY. ity. They should ; take and sure cure for diseases of the Best Pile cure on earth Drives ou loose no time in trying Seven experienced teachers, each ene a specialist In his Una : cts. a box. JJUUaA-ELEiJrJ-P- I U emanates of this college pref erred by btpUesa honses. Write for throat and lungs. Minerva Smith,414 Painrand Aches. Only 25 Foley's Kidney Cure, a beautiful hook gHlns; teetlssenla free radwatM OMapylaj Washington Ave., Danville, 111. GlCuregttsurantee&.Soldby B; E. Mx, SMMTHANP. Guaranteed Preparation. lK & J. E. Stormes. Robert Druggist. C. C. & J. E, Stormes. cough-worn microbe-bearing . will do herself proud in there on Lexing Oct. ton are both awakening to the pro gress of the times with an alacracty that makes every true Kentuckian re joice. If the smaller towns will only shake off the spirit of mossbackism, the grand old commonwealth will soon outrank aHy of the Northern states in Kentucky the spirit of enterprise. has far superior resources to those of the states across the Ohio river and all she needs is for every fellow to go to work and develop them. We have been suffering from- - too much "Aristocracy, Sah." What we need is more workeJ.g an(j fewer street-cornloafere and politicians. Louisville the Dig show to be given 9 to 21. Louisville and pairing his house. J. C Hayden sold a nice mare at Danville last week, for $100. John Johnson bought a cow end calf from Bird Mathena for $30. Owen Duvall, who has been sick for sometime, is better at this time. John W Cummins attended the SDeakine at Crab Orchaid. Fridav. T T and fiam RnllorH hrmcrht. nf Rnl. Riesbv 95 acres of land near here-fo- r $1,200. move soon. There was preaching last Saturday and Sunday at Good Hope, by the pastor, Rev. Pike. From reports everything passed off nicely at the box supper at Union scnooinouse last imaay nigni, You may bridle the appetite, but yu can not Dnule the liver to ao us "K a"u u" with a dose of HERBINE, the best liver, regulator. Price 50 cts.. C. C. & J. E. Stormes Little Noel Tankersley, son of Geo. of Ind., passed away Saturdary morning, the 23rd. He was carrying a load of straw when he fell and snaged his leg, they took out what they thought was all the snag, but he kept twQ mQre 'doctors came gett,ng la the w SingiatActrtM" We bring to you the new and true f roa th "Sins oat tba old KiBgovttba fab Ring plney forests of Norway DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Core for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces science to Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by ,, Pine-Ta- r. liU't i -- j McRoberts Drug Store, Lancaster r, Taotv will at at high-cock- Wash-ilandso- 5 x..s water-melon- City Ordinance. ....... - Jtn I ;7; tJl c va, PILE SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many D BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW I win AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M" ROBERTS. " Fox Jlvl te f ST. Th. Marvelous An m ate Lonacm H M Tbese TZiATTSZL I Rllr A BUSINESS ' . -- Danville, Kyi V life DIM 1 . IS NOW CODING f OUR FALL STOCK IN. 1 I m WE HAVE COPbETE IsINES OF FAhh and WINT6R CLOTHING. m m m Our stock of Fall and Winter Shoes is the finest in Central Kentucky, and We defy Competition on Quality or Prices. la Overcoats, we simply surpass all competitors, and can show you the Nobbiest, Best and Most styiish garments to be seen anywhere. fTtiJ Oar line of Under wear is Complete and Handsome. See these garments before making your selection. s 1 a Remember, We handle nothing but the best goods Money ean buy. m The CLOSE. warn m CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY Septeniber28I89g MM1MIMMMMHIIIMIMIHMIII J.X..FROIIMAN &C?o. little lady was named Gladys May. e, The CLOSE. 1 We spared neither time nor money in securing the . Jiand&ome&i 3aU JlfltiUnety Ever shown in Lancaster. Our stock is now in, and .on display. We ask you to CALL AND EXAMINE, 1 I 1 m i mi AOUT PEOPLE. i $ Cyrus Doty, of Lexington, is visiting friends here. Hon. Sam Stone, of Madison, was in town Monday. Miss Nellie Dillon has returned from a visit to Stanford. Capt. TV. 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 It. H. Batson's Dry goods store. , Mrs. J. "W. Sweeney has returned from a visit to Louisville relatives. Miss 3Iortie 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 Noel's millinery store for the fall season. Messrs Jack Rout and Al Price, of Stanford, were visitors in this city Sunday. Miss Grace 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. ) Miss Pauline Arnom, of JelHce, Tenn., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Louise Arnold. Mrs. Oma Logan, of Danville is visiting 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 relatives in this city. Miss Mary Anderson is expected home this week from several months visit to Lexington. . Mr. Gus nofmann and handsome Joe Waters represented the Lincoln little son, Eddie, of Crab Orchard Springs, were in town Monday. Mr. Hofmann has just recovered from a many names tu its nsu. severe spell of fever which attacked Miss Mertie Walker, of Perryville, him in the height of the season and accompanied by Mr. Davis, visited interfered greatly with the running Mrs. E. W. Arnold Sunday. of the hotel. He says the report that Miss Mitchell, how has been visit- the property had been sold is absoing her friend, Mrs. Hollie Carlton, lutely without foundation, and there is no talk of such a move. The hotel has returned to Mitchelsburg. is kept open all the year, and guests Mrs. Ruthford Blanton, of Rich- can always have good accommodamond, has been here a few days teach- tions. The Keeley Institute is flouring a large class in battenberg work. ishing, and has quite a number of paMiss Bettie Anderson leaves this tients on hand. week for Lexington to spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. W. J. BrownA Word to Mothers. ing. Mothers of children affected with Miss Hattie Arnold returned home last Wednesday from a very pleasant croup or a severe cold need not hesivisit to relatives and friends in Dan- tate to administer Chamberlain's Co'jgh Remedy. It contains no opiville. ate nor narcotic in any form !and may Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jones, of Win- be given as confidently to the babe as chester, and Mrs. C. M. Richardson, to an adult. The great success that of Somerset, are visiting Mr. J. G. has attended its use in the treatment Sweeney. of colds and croup has won for it- the Mrs. G. M. Patterson and little approval and praise it has received daughter, Grace Helen, have gone on throughout the United States and in a trip to New York, Buffalo, Niagra many foreign lands. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm and Boston. Mr. J. H. Hurt, of Hyattsville, will return in a few days from a six weeks Real Estate Bouglit and Sold trip to Petoskey, Mich., and other I am in a position to advertise proppoints on the great lakes. erty and to get fair prices for it. Rev. R R Noel, of Stanford, was Please consult me if you have any to here Monday. He is soliciting for the dispose of, or if you desire to purchase Lincoln Democrat and says he is The Graded School and an era of general prosperity, with a prospect for meeting with much success. water-work- s and another railroad, Miss Mary Tumey, of Danville, has have caused a number to seek homes been visiting her brother, Mr. W. S. in our city, and the value of property Tumey, previous to starting South, has been enhanced. Although sevenwhere she will spend some time. teen residences have gone up, this Senator Geo T. Farris is at home year, there is not a vacant house in from a month's stay in the shoe house the city, and even building lots will he represents in Louisville. lie will soon be in demand. Until it is settled again take "the road" this week. that the new railroad will be built, I offer the following property at the Miss Pearl Phillips has been placed very low prices: in charge of the Telephone Exchange, No. 1. A handsome residence, of 10 being highly and her excellent work is rooms, with two cisterns and all neccomplimented by the subscribers. essary beautifully locaMiss Jennie Arnold, who spent the ted on Danville avenue. There are summer with her uncle, Mr. J. M. fifteen acres of land attached, with a Higginbotham, and other relatives, front of G90 feet, thus furnishing has returned to Guthrie, Oklahoma. building lots, which can be sold at There is a church choir, up in the good prices. The property is owned north-eas- t corner of the state of by Mrs. H. C. Kauffman and can be Maine, composed of five ladies, the to- bought at the low price of $5,000. tal weight of which tips the beam at No. 2. A valuable brick residence, of eight rooms, on Lexington avenue, 1,000 pounds. known as the Dr. O. P. Hill property. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. This is one of the best houses in the Chas. F. Denman is critically ill at city and is well located, in a quiet their home in Nicholasviile. Mr. and neighborhood. There is an abundance Mrs. Alex West were called there by of fruit and water, ornamental and telephone Tuesday. shade trees, a fertile garden and eveWm. O. and Casey Owsley were here rything necessary to make it highly Saturday. They leave shortly for attractive and desirable. There are Mexico to spend the winter. While four acres of land attached, furnishCasey looks a litole the worse for wear, ing three good building lots. For the yet he is rapidly gaining ground and present this property can be bought at will soon be all right. the very low price of $4,500. I will show the above property to Mr. R. L. Elkin, Master Dan, and Miss Francis Collier have returned any one desiring to purchase. I will from Atlanta. Mrs. JElkin will remain handle farms on reasonable terms. No M. D. Hughes. pay. in that city under treatment of Dr. sale no W. S. Elkin. She has improved in October Scrlbners. health since going south. Good short stories abound in the Mr. and Mrs. Walker and little Pat-ti-e October number. There are two of Duncan, of Buckeye, were the Chandler Harris's amusing "Min-erv- y guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ann' stories; there is another Marshal Eason, Saturday and Sunday. O'Connor tale by W. H. Browne; a Little Patties health is semewhat im- new writer, Judson Knox, tells a story proved. of the humanizing of a bank-tellA telegram Monday announced the (illustrated); Brander Mathews arrival of a girj baby to bless the "In the Small Hours," and serial rapidly approunion of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Fris-bi- Quillcr-Couch- 's at their home in 0.nahi. The aches its dramatic climax. con-tibute, Miss Nellie Marrs spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Jennie Burn-sidat Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jennings, of Paint Lick, spent Sunday with J. C. Thompson and family. joins many friends in extending congratulations to the clever father, charming mother and the The Record Miss. Mare Local. Superintendent's Notlcrs. The election notices and poll sheets for the election of trustees, which is to take place the first Saturday in October, 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. Ldsk, 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. For Hos Killing. Benge & Miller have constructed slaughter pens and are prepared to kill and dress your hogs or cattle at reasonable figures. The pens are located at end of Totten avenue and are in every particular. Have your meat killed where it can be properly handled and by expert hands. first-cla- little Ian Ittaclarcn on The Cnnrcn. 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-Pu-ll 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 statling question, "Should the Old Minister It has Bite 0. 6. SWI1BR0AD, ATTORNEY AT LAW JkfEiT, SALE & FEED STABLE. LANCASTEK, KY. We make special Attention our of AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. Options on Farms wanted. Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate. AGENT FOR New York Life In's. L. F. HUBBLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER. Thirty-Thousan- Co. be Shot?" Notice of Election. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November seventh, eighteen hundred and ninety-ninfrom seven o'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m., continuously, an election will be held in and for the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, by the qualified electors of said city, to determine whether said city shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen thousand dollars for the purpose of furnishing said city with water, (fifty fire hydrants), for seven years. Said indebtness to be paid in seven equal annual installments. The amount therefore necessary to be raised annually by taxation is two thousand dollars. R. Kinnaird, Mayor, of city of Lancaster, Ky. Att: W. II. Wheuritt. Clk. e, SALE STABLE. Nice combined "horses always on hand for sale. KY d Acres Val- W. B. BURTON. Farm for Sale. station and Lies one mile "West of Paint Lick-- uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in South-Easter- n Kentucky. Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms. Contains 102 3-- 4 acre3. Will be sold publicly, October, 7, 1899, J. X. DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC, KENTUCKY Valut Lick Enterprise. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting A with ready sale every where. Persons who have used it say it's a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula, Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargement, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on a written guarantee, and money refunded if not as represented. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster. On premises. For particulars, address BRYANTSVILLE, H. L. Wallack, Paint Lick, Ky. Lani Saveryor aai Apnt for CO The United States purchased 000 $!,C00 worth of sisal grass from Mexico THE during the last fiscal year, more than the combined purchases of the two previous years. A WONDERFUL CURE OF DIAR- AETNA FIRE INSURANCE L RHOEA. CAPITAL 1100,000.00 BAM ( KMSHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst Bis Times at JTIIddl- nbro. Middlesboro 's preparing to put the big pot in the little one on the 5th, 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 detail. Low rates will be given by the railroads and this will be a fine time for our people to visit the Magic City. - A prominent Virginia Editor Had Almost Given up, but Was Drought Back to perfect Health, by Chamberlain's Colic Choi-erand Diarrhoea Bemedr. ea -- OF- SURPLUS 120,000.00 LANCASTER, KY. A. R.DMST, of Pythias, meets every Friday night in Masonic hall. All vis- Few Pointers. I. am prepared to furnish you a or a tailor made, all wool suit at prices ranging from $7.50 to $30. Pants at. $2.50 to $9. Overcoats at 16.50 to $25. Fits .and quality A ready-made guaranteed, as our many" customers will testify. Prices are uniform and yieid a very small profit. I will compare 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 underwear 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 customer who guesses nearest to Goebel's plurality over Taylor 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, as I represent the only Boy's tailoring house in the country. Suits tailor made at $4.50 to 6.85, 10 and $12. Overcoats 7,00 to $9. Extra quality and superior workmanship. Buy early and get the best. M. D. Hughes, Ag't. Adjoining New Hotel. e READ HIS EDlTORIAli. 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 theadvertisement of Chamberlain'sColic, Cb.olera and Diarrhoea Remeow and also some testimonials stating now some pnderful cures had been wrought bythis remf edy, I decided to try ter taking a few doses I was entirely well of that trouble, and I wish to say further to my readers and that 1 am a hale and hearty man y and feel as" well as 1 ever did in my life. O. R. MOOE2L, Sold by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, UV-Afellow-suffere- President. Vice President. Jno. E. Stormis, iting Knights are fraternally invited. S. C. Denny, Cashier. Ed Bishop, C. C. I. F. Robinson. Jr.. Ass't Caab'r. R. T. Emdky. J. S. Haseujen. K.R.& S ORGANIZED 1883. DIRECTORS Sam 1. D.Cochran Jas Spllman, A.C.Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, U OF LANOASTEB. L. Davidson, Jno. E Stormes. JY. PUBLIC SALE. Tuesday, Oct. 3d, i8gg. Ila.lng rented Capital, Surplus $50,000 Fuid 10,000 BUSINESS SOLICITED. my farm with the Intention of noving my location, I will offer at public C ratal and Prompt Attention Garaatel sale at ray home 3 miles west of Camp Dick RoblnKB the following list of live stock, farm- Jng Implements mad hoasehold furniture : I. X. HiaQimoTHAM Fretlden Oats is considered the best grain for 3 JSD?is. (3 1b foal), 1 combined mare, 4 Liwib Y. Lxavxix. fine calves, 10 head Jersey BYlIfc"C0W2 sheep by all breeders. Cuhlet Peering mo w- - B. r. Hudson wagon, i head hogs, 1 Assistant Cash'r er, 1 '97 steel hay rake, 1 "Malu" cnltlvhC?r, U W. O. Biqwxy His Life was Sared. surrey, jo tons clover ana timothy C. CvWalkx lamp seat Bookleepa Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen hay and other kinds of faming Implements, Mo., lately had a wonder-- f besides numerous articles of house hold and f Hannibal, DI&KCTORS: furniture. The sale begins at 2 p. m. ul deliverance from a frightful deatho kitchen LXWfaf T J.X.HIMIHBOTHAV, TERMS made known on day of sale. In telling of it he says: "I had taken TTAMreuT- J.S.JoHmoir. JOSHUA DUNN Sr. Typhoid Fever, that ran into pneumoH. O. Ash old, Jx. B. T. Hcmoi. nia. My lungs t tUW, became hardened. I was so weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. I expected to soon die of Consumption, when I heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great relief. I contin ued to use it, and now am well and strong. I can't 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 $1.00. Trial bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drug Store: every bottle guaranteed, lm You Are Going North, Are Going South, Going-East, Aux.Gixbi, J.J.Waiim Jacob Y. Robinsom. If You If You tf You Are Dr. R. Goldstein, n The Optician will be the Hamilton Hotel well-know- Are Going West VIA TMC afc PWftCMASC TICKETS Tuesday, October 10th 1899. One day only. Eyes Examined and glasses tifically adjusted. scien UuruUBc LOUISVIIXC NASHVtUX R. H. When in Danville, call on Leading DRUGGISTS. BOOK SELLERS and STATIONERS. School Books,, Tablets, Inks, &c. a Specialty. Best Soda Water in tOfam.i - H'inH of Safety, - The Maximum ef Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. MM The Maximum Wltbdrmwm at Old Point Comfort. The quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn, tbis to notify all concerned that the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has resumed sale of tickets to Old Point Comfort and all points affected by the ltfct,naeudsntirW9CMtkaa Bitty be chat! htm taker! ky ' H P. ATMMC, . P. A.,W-tck- ,jS: y THWilUfl Tuesday In September. Round trip tickets will be $15.00. limited to 21 days. For full laformation write, Gaa W. Barnby, DlT.PaM,f. Agt., Lexington, Ky,' quarantine. The ' c- to Old Point Comfort & ond and fourth Tuesdays wh be resumea commencing wun tne second aire. Bertha Ken at Home. A distinctive feature is its color. Lexington, Ky.. Sept 24. Mm, stooling capacity. Individual grains Bertha Benz, the remaining survivor Wj are sorry to note the illness of produced 95 stalks ranging down to 23. of the iienz expedition in the KlonS stalks giving each hill a bushy.appear-ancelittle Charlie Adams. dike, has reached her home in Clay It was sown at rate of 10 lbs to James Ballard handsomely enter JSf (City, Ky- - Ers. Benz stopped en route the acre and tore 44 bushels to the .at Bay City, Mich., where she has relatained a number of young people Fri- acre. The owner says it will easily day night. tives. produce from 80 to 100 bushels to the Suicided by Shooting. R. SI. Bsazlcy having decided to acre. It will not be on tlie market for LOUISVILLE RACES. BRADLEY'S MANIFESTO. ship tobacco to Louisville this year, everal years. Louisville, Ky., Sept 27. Julius Cold Kaln Fell at Intervals Carina; Fetltlon for Fardoa No t lie Made la Frank, of the Jewish home, of Clevehas accepted a position with John "W. Files Cured! land, O., committed suicide here Tuesday the Afternoon anil Made the Brown & Bros. Writing No Mora Personal Appeal sufferers-wil- l use Banner Salve If Obstinate sores and ulcers Irack a Little Slow. afternoon by firing two bullets WUl lie Heard by the Governor. iter Six Years of Intense refuse to heal under ordinary which Trade with R. L. Jennings & Co. and according to directions a positive cure treatinto his head. The man was visiting get a nice presents. We keep every- will result in worst cases. Guarand, Louisvn.r.E, Ky., Sept. 27. The chronic and Frankfort, Ky., Sept 24. Gov. his daughter, Mrs. Morris Goldstein, Suffering, Promptly Cured ment soon become sure sign that tho thing in general merchandise at reas- teed. 25c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. fifth annual meeting of the Louisville Bradley has determined not to be anand are a jrne Tiato' cnanged. onable prices. OC entire circulation is in a depraved condition. Ihey Concerning this year's crop the Driving and Fair association began noyed during the few remaining weeks Louisville, Ky., Sept 24. The exof his administration by pardon seek Dr. C. E. Poyntz and R. M. Beazley United States Department of Agri Monday afternoon and notwithstand oi Oi aro a severe drain upon the system, and are con ecutive committee in charge of the big were in Cincinnati Sunday. . .Edwin, culture says that there is unquestion ing the cold rain which began to fall; ers, and has accordingly issued a man barbecue to be given at the jockey stantly sapping away the vitality. In every case the poison must the infant son of Mrs. Alvah Pullins, ably a somewhat smaller acreage in to about the time the horses were ready ifesto. It is as follows: club's grounds has changed the date be eliminated from the blood, and no amount of external treatment "For the benefit of the public gener to October 18. This was done In order can have any effect. is very ill. . . .Dr. Carlos Fish left Mon- bacco than there was last year. While to score for the first heat, a 2:20 trot, There is no uncertainty about tne merits or o. o. o. ; every ciaum day for Chicago to take a two years' there has been some increase in Mas rain fell at inter als during the after ally, notice is given that personal ap to insure the presence of William J. Miss Maymie sachusetts, Connecticut, New York noon .and made the track a little show. peals for pardons will not be heard. Bryan. made for it is bacicea up strongly Dy convimcing course in medicine M. C, a bay gelding, 8 years old. In this way much time is consumed to testimony of those who have been cured, by it Rayburn, who has been visiting rela- and Wisconsin, there is a very consid- no purpose. Less Terrifying- to Htm. All applications must bo and know of its virtues by experience. several weeks, erable reduction in the state which owned by J. M. Clements, of Birmingtives in Madison for 'Why did you decline to press the am, Mich., fell dead in the first heat made in writing, as contemplated by will return to her home in Lexington, are the largest producers. In Ken Mr. L. J. Clark, of Orange Courthouse, Va., writes: case against the footpad?" the 2:24 trot just as the field the constitution." Saturday. Oh, answered the Newport million For six years I had an obstinate, running ulcer on my tucky and Tennessee there is a reduc nine was about to swing into Circumstances indicate that, as usu was at times Get in the swim and trade with R. tion of about 15 per cent, in North the home stretch. The'principal event al, the few weeks remaining of the aire, ne wasn t so bad as I supposed. ankle, whichfor a long caused me intense suffering. I for while that I was wholly unfit 60 disabled L. Jennings & Co. They lead in cloth- Carolina and Ohio of about 10 per of the day was the Commercial Club governor's term are to be selected as I thought he was a snap shot photograbusiness. One of the Tbest doctors treated me constantly pher, but he was only trying to rob me." ing and shoe?, a good overcoat at$3.5p. cent, and in Virginia of 5 per cent. but did me no good. I then tried various diooq remedies, stake, value 2, 000, for 2:08 class pacers. the time in which those who have been W ashington Star. without the least benefit. S. S. S. was so highly recomThe best work shoe you ever saw, all This was won in straight heats by refused pardons heretofore, or those Imposed Upon. Don't Be mended thaf I concluded to trr it, and the effect was solid $1.00. All wool suits $5.00 6.50 Arlington. Hal B., the 3 to 10 favorite who have been confined for years, and Always insist on getting Foley's wonderful, it seemea to get ngat ub mo scab ui uus and 7. 50. in the first heat, sustained his first de who could have appealed and failed to disease and force the poison out, and I was soon com Honey and Tar, as it is positively, ab meeting of last do so sooner, are preparing applica pletely cured. Swifts opecinc solutely and unequalifiedly the best feat since the Boston Bismarck's Iron Nerve. cough medicine. Accept no substi year, tie bad to be content witn tnira tions, with the hope, doubtless, that. Was the resultof hissplendid health money. The most exciting contest of owing to pressure of business, strict & J. E. Stormes. C. Indomitab will and tremendous ener tute. the day was the trot for the 2:12 attention may not be given to their drives out every trace of impurity in the blood, and in this way Recently issued statistics of sheep class. a sore or uicer. jlc cases, and they may be enabled on gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, cures permanently the most obstinate, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. in the United States place the num It was practically a race between that account to obtain pardons. Such is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains not a particle of potash, mercury, or other mineral. S. S. S. If jou want these qualities and the ber at 36,905,497 an increase of 1,233, uccess and xudor unimes, tnougn pplications will be promptly and sum cures Contagious .Blood roison, acroiuia, uancer, uaiarrn, .eczema, success they bring, use Dr. King's New 543 over the year 1898. Twenty states 13 horses took the word in the first marily overruled unless they develop Rheumatism, bores, U leers, uous. or any osner uiouu iruumo. .maia. Life Pills. They develop every power show a falling off in numbers, the ve heat. Chimes won the first heat by a some fact or circumstance of recent National Spiritualists Ass'n of Unit its place. if brain and body. Only 25c at R. E. heaviest losers being California, 406, neck, Success took the second by a origin which 'will justify investiga- ed States and Canada, Chicago, 111., upon ,S. iS. S. ; inothing can takeCmiH Cnomtin fTvmrvo-nTfun j Atlanta " 1 cUUiiLUU LKJUK3 "laiim 11 CU uy ovYUUuiiiiuv lm 662; Oregon, 178,545; Texas, 136,418, nose, and Chimes won the third and tion. McRoberts Druirgist. 1899. October Kentucky, 73,272; Tennessee, 45,916, last heat by a head, Geers driving his THE' SITUATION SERIOUS. American Street Kailway Associa Twenty-eigh- t states and territories prettiest. 1899. The Trial of the GrlHlni, Chadwe'.ls and tion, Chicago, 111.. Oct. show an increase the five leading TO BE REMOVED. M. E. Church (South) Conference, BarnetU In Hay County, Ky., graners being Wyoming, 420,805; Ohio, Glasgow, Ky., October Again Poitponed. 1899. 305,451; Utah, 206,427; New Mexico, The Kcenra and William C f hltnejr Will (Sell in Kentucky only.) Discontinue Their Breeding Farm 202.228; Montana, 117,305. Pittsburg, Ky., Sept. 27. The situa Grand Lodge K. of P., Henderson, in This State. Hog cholera is still raging in the tion in Clay county is very serious. Lincoln Notes: Mark nardin sold 1899. Ky., Oct. county, 'though the situation is im to Frank Rout a bunch of 90 pound 23. The The trial of the Griffins, Ghadwells Lexington, Ky., Sept (Sell in Kentucky only.) and Barnetts for the killing of Wash proved. shoats at $5.... Beazley Bros, sold to Keenes and William C. Whitney are to Kentucky Bankers Association, Lex Representing Followinfl: Compani M. Lauber, of Pennsylvania, bought W. S. Drve a three-yea- r old sorrel discontinue their breeding farm in Thatcher was again postponed Tues ington, Ky., Oct. 1899. At Castleton James B. day. Two bands of 40 men each of the A. M, Kentucky. four horses, averaging $75, and forty gelding, combined, for $100 Carriage and Harness Dealers Asso Aetna, Wednes Keene and his son, Foxhall Keene, Philpots went to Manchester all ciation, New York, N. Y., October suckling mules, averaging $25. Pence shipped to Cincinnati heavily armed Tuesday morning. An have probably 300 head of thorough Queen, W. A. Hiatt sold to Chas Burdett day a car load of sheep he bought at 1899. unexpected large force of Grif Paiatine, J. F. Cook sold his wheat to J. breds, many of the mares of the finest fins are near that town well National Ass'n of Laundrymen, St. 150 barrels of corn in the heap at $1.70 3c At the mported blood and the sires the best equipped with Winchester rifles. The Louis, Mo., Oct. per barrel. This is one of the best H. Baughmad & Co. at 65c 1899. National, in the country, including Kingston, sale of the effects of the late Joseph sales made in the connty. National Conference Unitarian and Hartford, St. Leonards, Chorister, jail is being guarded by a large force. McClary Tuesday. milch Tournament Three as the Griffins claim that the jail will other Churches, "Washington, D. C, Estray, white sow, heavy with R. imp. Horoscope and half dozen others. Deleware, 1899. pigs. Left my house last Thursday. cows were sold at an average of $49 It is said the Keenes are negotiating be attacked and an effort made to Oct. Milwaukee, others from $25 to $30; three calves at for the withers farm at Bed Bank, N. lynch the eight inmates, members of Kentucky Trotting Horse Weight about 220 pounds. Reward Breeders $11.50 each; horses from $16.50 to $50 J., where they can have their horses their faction. Law abiding citizens of Conneticut, for return to T. F. McElroy. Association, Lexington, Ky., Oct. 3d, 13 900 pound cattle were knocked off county are clamoring for troops to 14, '99. One Clay Continental, near their own business interests. says: In fare for the round trip, The Cynthiana Democrat to J. Crit Eubanks at 3.88; corn in the Mr. Whitney has imp. Meddler, Lis- - to attend the trial which is now set all stations in Kentucky, good to re Glens Fulls, the last few weeks Wills & Broadwell shock $1.90 per barrel. House plunder for Friday. sack, Plaudit and other good stallions turn Oct. 17th. have shipped to eastern parties 760 German American, and farming impliments sold well and 75 or 80 of the most valuable '99. Frankfort Street Fair, Oct. mule colts, for which they have paid Fifty acres of FEUDISTS HELD. Phenix of Brooklyn, the farm were sold to mares at Labella stud. Mr. Rotary Motion and One fare for the round trip via George the farmers in this section the snug George Rankin at $30.25 peracre, and brood New York Underwriters, Whitney's stud is new, the mares hav SeTen of the Griffin Faction Matt Antwu town sum of $19,000, or an average of $25, from all stations in Kentucky, Liverpool & London & Globe. the remaining 100 acres to J. M.Tudor ing nearly all been secured last winter for the Murder of Deputy Thacker tickets good returning to include the A diseased liver declares itself by for $25 per acre. Interior Journrl, and spring from the various breeding and the Wounding: of Smith. North British & Mercnautile th. moroseness, mental depression, lack of of Just at this time the turkey crop is countries, regardless is cost desires to Knoxville, Tenn, Street Fair & Cai London, Ky., Sept 27. The sheriff, energy, restlessness, melancholy and Mr. Whitney, it said Co.Df HartforflXci '99. One fare for the Aetna Lifelns. constipation. HERBINE will restore beginning to attract attention, as it is havo his thoroughbreds close at hand with a posse, captured Andrew Griffin, nival, Oct. nearing maturity and will soon begin and has leased Stony Ford for stepson of Sol Griffin, the recognized round trip all stations, good until Oct the liver to a healthy condition. Price this pur to move toward the markets, says the pose. leader ,of the Clay county Qriffin fac- - 20tll to return. 50c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. tion. He was escorted to Manches Winchester Sun. The high prices for Convention Christian FIRE ancL LIFE INSURANCE A Boycott Alleged. Benge & Siler report 8 or 9 hundred turkeys last year was a great stimulus ter under guard Tuesday morning. Churches, Cincinnati, O., Oct. Louisville, Sept 26. The first suit in cattle in the pens last Monday, 4 or The killing for which seven Griffins '99, One fare for the round trip from to their production, and the broods hundred changee hands at the follow last spring were larger and more nu which a corporation seeks to enjoin are to answer occurred on Horse all stations, with final limit Oct. 21. labor organization from boycotting it creek. Clay county. ing prices: Heifers, from 3 to 3Jc; year merous than for many years before, Deputy Thacker SPKIMFIELD Sunday Excursion to Cincinnati. ling steers from 4 to 4c; calves from Then the season has been exceptional has been filed in the United States and his brother-in-law- ,. Smith, were The season for these excursions is court here. The Peerless Manufac fired on from ambush, killing Thacker $10 to $18; butcher stuff 3 to 3c. ly favorable, reducing the loss on ac turing Company is the plaintiff and FIRE AUD MAJRIEE For sale by now coming to a close. Take the op and wounding Smith. Two Montesano men went to law count of diseases common to young Iron Molders' Union No. 16 the defend portunity while it is before you. Low Clay Pointer Attached. INSURANCE COMPANY. over the ownership of some chickens turkeys through wet seasons to the ant The petition states that since rate excursion Sunday, Oct. 1st. Don't and the justice did a discreet thing by minium. Jit is estimated that the April 2, when a strike occurred, a sys Ky., Lexingtox, Sept. 26. Clay fail to go. The Queen City is at its n waiting until roosting time and then crop in this section is at least 30 per tem of patrolling and picketing has Pointer, the race horse. best in her fall grab. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO taking the chickens to the house of cent, larger than the crop of last year, been established around the factory by ruled off this summer at Chicago, has J.NO.T.HAV3. J J. Hamilton. J.E. Robihsoh the plaintiff. As they showed no dis while reports from the West and members of the union who have intim been attached by Henry T. Martin, of Wrlte to Cozlne & Co' a PurcUasincc pF NEW YOKEL. Woodford county, who claims he owns Agency, Louisville, Ky., for any thing you position to go to bed they were restor Northwest- indicate even a large in idated and assaulted the workmen. Hays, Hamilton & the horse. Thomas M. Berry, who want to buy. You can save big money. Infor ed to the other man. Where is Sol crease in those sections. The stock Boralma Sold for 810,000. Robinson & Hamilton lyr. raced him, and who was ruled off mation free. everywhere is reported unusually fine. onion in all his glory now? Tacoma Attorneys and Counselers at law Louisville, Ky., Sept 26. Scott at the same time, has never paid him a but, owing to the increased supply Newman, jr., has sold Boralma, Ledger. Office over Post Office. Good Watckes Absolutely Free. cent of money. The horse is at Tom We want your name for PASTIME, a bright with the demand remaining about the LANCASTER, KY. Auctioneer M. Bourne, reports that same, prices are apt to rule somewhat promising young trotter, to J. C. Mc Stephens' farm. Kentucky Lancasteb, clean, Illustrated story and humorous paper Coy, of Kirkwood, Del., for 810,000, the every hole and corner was full of for the family circle, 16 large pages, only 75c a lower this year than last. Why Prtre of Uaeflt Klilnfr. highest price ever paidVfor a sheep, cattle and hogs Monday. He year; on trial 4 mouths, 10c. We give a nlckle HOOD, RicnMOND, Ey., Sept 27. Gen. Black, A very good indication that good trotter in Kentucky. Boralma is the rf silver watch to each subscriber, a neat med reports the following sales: 11 yearling agent for Kelson Morris, Chicago, has lum size watch, guaranteed for one year. Will prices may be expected to continue on favorite in the Kentucky Matron SB SHIISB1 SUKGEON-DENTIScalves at $28 per head; cow and calf stakes of 67,000, which will be the bought inthe last ten days in Madison keep time for many years as accurately as Reliable neraoni of a mechanical or Inventive mild $29.75; sow and pigs $1L Sold for H. Burley tobacco, the larger manufac LANCASTER, K"T And Paris Exposition, with good turers are now buying a large amount principal event of the opening day of county nearly 1,000 head of heavy ex $100 watch.Samplewe give Gold Watches, Bicy desiring a trip to thepsia, snouia write B. Cox one sow and nine shoats $16 lary ana expenses and particulars free. Send port cattle at five cents, for delivery in cles, etc. The V ATENT BECOKD, Baltimore, Md. Office over Ilaselden's hardware store. of this tobacco of the best grade, pri the fall trotting meeting Monday. Twenty shoats for Jim Speaks $1.90 if you do no more, we November. The entire bunch, aggre us"your address you. Better enclose 5 stamps for a piece; wagon, $30 and spring vately. As the lower grades all along Newport Fabllc Building. gating 870,000 in value, 'will be Ecnt to Will surprise 38 stamps for watch and or brought good prices, no objections can wagon $10. No sale for plug horses. Washington, Sept 23. Congressman England for the Christmas trade. paper, while the watcher ore going free. The possibly be made by shippers of prices Berry has succeeded in having proper PASTIME Pub. Co., Louisville, Ky. lyr. The healing properties of Banner prevailing for some months to come, Waylaid and faot. Salve are truly marvelous. It is a The fact that several large independ ly adjusted all differences as to the Don't Suffer, The ElectropoUe Paducah, Ky., Sept 27. King, new thorough antiseptic and heals all ent factories are soon to get in opera award of the contract for the Ky., pub colored, was waylaid and Will near Cures all diseases without the use os medi shot building- at Newport for treatment, by absorpwounds, Cuts and Burns without leav tion and are now buying stock, has lic Maxoa'-- 'Mills, this county. He died cine. A pure Oxygeneverything which congress appropriated $75,000. else fails It ing a scar. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. served to make the trust bid more lib It goes to Sherman, Gloss & Co., of in a "short while, but djclined to give tion. It cures where is needed in every family, for it will i elieve e the name of his assassin. King bore a ery weakness or ailment, to the most persistent E. P. McCaslin, of Scottsburg, Indi erally, and the fight for stock between Cincinnati, whose bid was 864,500. good reputation. chronic disease, and without the use of a grain ana, raised some wheat on a little plat the big companies and the trust prom . Pollticiani of medicine. Thousands of people all over tbe of land in his town that is attracting ises to get warmer as the fight grows Detained Acalnst Her WUL Frankfort, Kyyy'bcpt 27. County UnltedJStates. from private citizens to Law much attention. He only raised elev older. It is thought the trust is try--J Ky.. Sept. 23. Alice Browm yers, Doctors, Preachers, Supreme Judges, Ed Albany, ft" Treasurer D. Owen Kobinson and Fred Ur en pounds but he sold a 8nTiwPl!!! I Willi VI O " lilU- itors, etc., even Crowned Heads of Europe hav in inrr tn shut. mtt. cavoiol nf LliU swore out warrants for Bob Brown, a city politician, had an terest In this for $500 to a Tennessee tories from getting tofcaecoTand this Gordon,over politics. Robinson,alter Alvis Brown and Richard Dicken, given written testimonials of these facts. Be ok was aim a khowq silMxagein Burley stocks cation of testimonials, and matter of great interest man. ne refused $1,000 for the eleven SQiUid make tobacco of the Rnrlpv vni knocked down by Gordon, who used a charging them with detaining her sent free. Every lam pounds. The wheat is a cross bs riet-- a very eood commoditv to havo can of paint Kobinson bled freely, against her will. Bob Brown is her with price of instruments lly should have au Electropoise; it saves mon tween the Genesee Giant u'rfd the around at the present time, and we but was not dangerously hurt ey, induces health. Send your address at once husband. The sheriff is in pursuit. Fultz and is to be cned the Hoosier anticipate many will not be anxious atd see what people say who have thoroughly A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and sellers from now until the new crop J. M. Porter' Amb.tlon. Bnekner Bays a Faper Plant. tested its merits. Agents wanted. THE Giant. The g,d"ln is square and begins to arrive freelv. about. T)prm CiJKTON,Ky.,Sept26. Jerry M.Porter, ELECTROPOISE Co., 513 4th Sc., Louisville Bowling Green, Ky., Sept 27. The EXTERNAL PILES, ' WITHOUT PAIN. smooth-bearde- d oer zu jjouisviue Weed. and of a bearly-re- d lyr. . outfit and building of the Park City who was a candidate for United States Ky. Daily Times was sold here Monday, senator, and who aspired to a seat in CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Buckner becoming the pur congress a year ago.has been announced TAKEN UP Afi ESTRATT TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. chaser at $4,700. The plant was sold as a republican candidate for repre- - - 310 Nutt IM. Stmt. ST. LOWS, HQ. JAMES F. lALLARD. Pnffictir. By F.Davls, near Chappel church, on Buckeye under a decree of court and the lien sentative in this legislative district. pike, one red heifer, white stripe across shoul notes were held by Gen. Buckner. The Harrodibarc Post Office. der dehorned, white stripe in forehead, weight Washington, Sept 26. The post of- about eight hundred pounds. Appraised at Shotgun Quarantine. 4t Somerset, Ky., Sept 24. This city fice department has detailed an in- 128.00. R.A.NOEL, J.P.G.C. has established a shotgun, quarantine spector to go to Harrodsburg, Ky., against Kussell county and a part of to make an investigation for a TAKEN UP AS ESTRAY Pulaski county. Smallpox is raging in new location for the post office at that By Rice Logan, one sorrel mare, about 14 Kussell county and there are eight place. years old, abont 15 hands high, saddle scars cases in Pulaski county. on back, white hind foot and small blaze in PAINT LICK. STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. RUNNING SORE ON HIS ANKLE deep-seate- yp -- 8. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD aeep-seate- Queeh&Crescent UOUTE 17-217-2- 0, 'it ii uumv -- "-" R. KINNAIRD. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. 1, 24-2- INSURANCE. 25-2- 6, 13-2- 1, 16-1- 6 Ball Bearings, 11-1- 3, National 13-2- 0, E.T5T. Arnold, Lancaster, Kentucky well-know- e jgts Mm J. SBT T, y A BOON TO MANKIND! DR TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE FJr-ut- one-ha- lf w r CURE STORMES IRTJO STOKE. M A Mt. Sterling Hotel Cold. Mt. Sterling, Ky.. Sept 24. Harlan G Turner, for many years propiietor and manager of the National hotel has sold the property to Frank Hud son, who for several years has conduct ed a saloon in this city. Price 820,000. sJx. M face. Cmae to my place in July. For further particulars address me at McCreary, Ky. Own 4t er can have same by paying expenses. City Ordinance. The City Council of the City of Lan caster do ordain as follows: No bull Florida Havana TAHM? I vrSEa. V BsSstMsaslilsw Kennedy Dead. Call and. gee this Celebrated Wagon at : G. Ajl Kinds S.. GAINES' Excels all others: Ky., Sept 23. S. D, Ken nedy, aged 70, the' oldest native born resident, died at his home hero Thursday morning. He was once mayor.of the city, president of the Owensboro & Kussell ville Bail road company, and held other important trusts and offices. PaducTah, State Election Board Met BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR is for women's diseases and irreoH-- 1 laxities. It cures everything that is commonly called a "female trouble." It acts directly upon all the distinct) f feminine organs of generation, driv- ing out weakness and imparting strength; stopping unnatural drains, and reirulatinir tho monthly flow. in every instance. It nfakes sickly and weakly women stronir and weuJ again, si a Dottie ac rang stores. Bend tor a rree dook about it. The BraMeM RtfvtatM- - C. , Attarta, Bar; , cow or ox of any age, no hog or sheep , ' It folly Warranted and Fbankfobt, Ky., Sept 23. The state election tioard met Thursday morning and held a session, at which applicants for election commisaionershlpa from J several counties. were considered. Fm Machinery Always shall be exhibited for sale or swap on tbe Public Square, any street or auey, 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 on passage and publication, according to law, in the Central Kkcord, weekly newspaper published in Lan caster, Kentucky. Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. Th Traia Service is perfect in detail. Fast sched ules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54; hours Cinciaaatl to Havana. TW.C.RKMMM a.j.A on Hand R. Kinnaibd, Mayor. Att, W. H. "VVhebritt, Clerk.