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I LOUIS LANDAM Publisher Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 5 1899 ONE ta C f t tt r tI DOLLAR R ei 1- J t a nttni r t TENTS IEdB- Nt7JlsEr a i A vrn IS Come and see our will have our Cloak Opening Ocll213anl LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY is is OUR f t AND STOCK ABOUT Silks Caps Boots Shoes Skirts Cloaks Carpets Trunks Hosiery Linings Clothing Flannels Comforts Overcoats Dry Goods Trimmings and many oth er too nu merous to men tion Stock ann Pricy W e I I I Ir I tFALI WTERi COMPLETE t Hats 1 5 Waists 1 iis z s Blankets s Underwear t rt items S I eeooeeeeeeweeo f x 2 2 2S2 Q 2 LANCASTER AND VICINITy Q v I V Buell Bootees at Logan sons WANTED Car load Bones an R A STONED When in Danville put your horse up at Yeager Rices livery The court of claims allowed quite a number of bills against the county this week Mrs Kate Collier bought of J G Sweeney the Charley Sweeney on Danville street for 2500 The City Council met Monday night and transacted a lot of routine Permits were issued for the erection of four more dwelling houses The Masonic Lodge will receive fifty handsome opera chairs when the ones arrive for the opera house This complete one of the prettiest rooms in Kentucky Another II A B Marksbury Son have placed an order for Inmber to build a hemp and grain warehouse and will commence erecting the building soon as the lumber can be delivered The latest county maps of Kentucky and Tennessee will be furnished free to the schools of Garrard Co on of teacher or School to R E McRoberts 10 Gt On Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Mrs Nell Adams McKinney will be glad to meet the patrons of the school at building She will explain something of her methods of teaching and demonstrate these by two or three recitations Adam Forepaus Sells Bros at Lexington October 11th One fare for the round trip all stations Williamstown to Junction City via the Queen Crescent Route Tickets sold October 11th good to return 12th Ask your agent for LaNt Excursion to Cincinnati The L X will run its last 125 excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday These excursions were well patronized this season and been the source of much pleasure to those wanting to visit the Queen City Train leaves Lancaster at 252 a m and gets back at 1221 night giving the entire day in the city Sum Jones Coming Two young gentlemen have made arrangements to bring the noted di vine Sam Jones to Lancaster and he will appear here Oct 18 at the Sam Jones is just the kind of man needed here His scoring of the Sundayonly Christians and hypocracy generally is worth much to hear All Want Water Its very seldom you run across a fellow who is opposed to water works Of course there are a few but very few Our people are almost a unit for progress A general giggle went around when telephones were spoken of and electric lights were hooted at now the people would not do eitherlt will be the same with the water After the plant is in of oration the people will wonder hpw they ever got along without them The Ball Baud As stated in last issue of THE the committee finished its work of seeing the land owners and all save one or two agreed to leave the matter to a committee to agree on the damages When the men meet they will go over the land and in case they cannot agree a third man will be se lected by the two As soon as this is done it will not take long to secure the subscriptions Our people are awakened to the importance of se curing this road and everybody will give according to his means The matter has been greatly delayed by reason of the farmers being busy in the matter continues and our people are determined to leave no stone unturned that will assist in getting this the greatest benefactor the country could hope for The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette No weekly published in this country more generally known or extensive ly read than the Cincinnati Weekly Gazette Its special departments de to agriculture poultry markets literature with other features have no equal It has been in creased in size to twenty pages which are compactly filled with the most inv portant news of the world and just what the family fireside most enjoy In a word the Weekly Gazette has the largest weekly c of any a published in the Central States This speaks for itself We call special attention to the ad yertising of the Weekly Gazette on another page of this paper No home complete without the Weekly Ga zette Just think ofit a weekly for only cents per We most heartily recommend it to our readers n e 1 Rob property business Pre application Graded circus October particulars Court- House the without RECORD Interest footed lately year C ti lod Building Trust S C gossipp but fly togs weekly fifty i RFJ h CCS era ul W age is in ell of co he by Handsome shoes at JOSEPH Nice fresh Jersey cow for sale R E Henry Fresh at Faulconer Herndon New goods in at R L JEN KINGS Co Paint Lick The ladies Josephs store daily His stoclc oUalLand winter goods in superb Wanted first class milk cows with September or October calves LANCSTEIt DAIIIY We KNOW beat our prices Come and leyns prove it to you y JV Farm Wanted agent I will trade desirable town property for a farm M D Hughes Hemp Seed Wanted We want 250 bushels well cleaned cultivated late importation hemp seed IT A H Marksbury Son Smitt Currey Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at T Curreys gr icery For Sale or The Beazley residence adjoining Judge E Browns Possession given first of any month Apply to Jas Underwood Parksville Ky 2t Good Tlinbr There has been much talk of the democrats nominating Capt Thos A Elkin to make the race for One better qualified would be hard to find The wellknown Mason Hotel is for sale in this issue Mrs Mason wants to get the property off her hands on account of her ad vane ed age It is a splendid location and is enjoying a tine patronage Accepted the Call Rev Henry Faulconer accepted the call to the Richmond church and preached his first sermon Sunday He delighted with his location and charmed with his congregation He will preach overt Sunday Sells Bros Forepaughs combined circuses show nt Stanford next Tues day week the 17th Unless provide Bally hindered we will sit on the same rail with Bro Walton and watch the gal withslcnderunderpining jump the banners TI ved to Bryantsvllle Dr G A Traylor has moved from the Hubble neighborhood to Bryants ville where he wjU practice his pro fession Dr Traylor is 3 fine cian and ft man of high standing has done good work for Tel RECOKD many ways and wo take great pleasure in besbeaking for him a practice A Bad AflUIr Saturday night as John a highly respected young white man was coming through the notorious Battle Row he was struck on the head with a large rock No one seemed to know who threw it and the boy came to town and had Dr Acton dress the injury which at the time as considered serious Leavell was taken to the home of his mother Mrs Susie K Leavell on the Sunday his skull was trepaned had to pass through Battle Row in w order to get to town from his home and no cause can be assigned for the dastardly deed He is a young man high standing and a nephew of Arch K and Wm F Kavanaugh A strong effort is being made to learn t e guilty but the denizens of the hellhole will stick together and shield oneanother in any kind of Several Accidents Last Friday was one of accidents While driving on Lexington street Miss Virgie Conns horse became frightened and ran into a cart throw ing she and her sisterinlaw Mrs Lucy Conn andbaby into the street Miss Conn was severely injured and the other lady badly jarred They were moved to the residence of R II Batson and Dr Acton summoned He Miss Conn to have a rib broken and the other lady badly bruised They were taken home Sunday and are rapidly improving The same day Tom Burdett engi neer at Leavell Sons Planing Mills got his hand caught in the machinery nd badly lacerated That afternoon Mr J M Farra had close gall While standing on the new hotel building a stray bullet supposed to have been fired by one of as the numerous reckless users of fire to arms struck his hat and broke the bark on his head Had the bullet half an inch lower John would have now been telling St Peter how by would improve the New having the Southern Railway come that ed is A Vl coming crowd You not illAs Danville store tf Bent representative advertised SIC liberal Leaven Lean notorious devilment m 0 s counts sEril pity Jeltlsal ways si ke or 27 to of son Have ydur shoes repaired for winter T can make them as good Mechanics of all kinds are very busy now and it is a hard matter to get a job of work done Most of the on the third story of the Hotel and Opera House i done and carpenters are now prepar ing the roof Preaching Every Sun day Sunday night Rev Massee said some confusion as to hisappointments had arisen He said he would fill his pulpit every Sunday morning and eve ning unless expressly announced erwise Republican Speaking Hon George Denny of Lexington will address the voters of Garrard county at the Court House tomorrow Friday at 130 oclock Being an old Garrard boy and a splendid speaker the Judge will have a big crowd out hear him The announces tl c engagement of Miss Chastine McGregr and Mr Ernest Sprague The will be said in Christ Church Cathedral that city Nov 21 Miss McGregor is a great favorite in society having been the visitor of Mrs W B Cook Hon Geo Gilbert Hon George Gilbert one the cleanest and best men in the or any other party will speak at the Court House in Lancaster Oct county day A year or st ago Mr Gilbert was a comparative stranger to Garrard people but today no man has more friends here than has he A big crowd will hear him The Blind Tiger cases were called yesterday and continued til tomorrov As some knotty law problems were in solved yesterday Judge Brown vji Cite1 the bench and dipt Herndon chosen to preside It would have ta kin ten Philadelphia lawyers and fif teen Dutchmen to understand the law terms being used so we anticipat Judge Ilerndons decision to be that Blind Tiger isa varmint wnich roams the woods with the Painter Beautiful dress Goods at Select your winter dress is unbroken We can iii style quality and JosEPii Formal Opening Miss Sallie D Tillett wishes to say her customers that owing to the critical illness of her brother she will have the Open ing this Fan Shin has a lovelyline the latest styles In millinery and the usual preparations and decora tions the stores always have at this season of the year She hopes her patrons and friends will excuse the omission and remember her when they are ready to slake their fall purchases Her stock is the most complete she Ijas eyer brought on The ladies have undertaken to raise funds with which to place a handsome gate at the entrance of the Cemetery interested We have the prettiest Cemetery in this section and the old farm gate now at the entrance is an eyesore that should have been remov long ago It has been arranged for the ladles to meet at the Masonic Lodge room in the W C T U room Monday afternoon at 230 oclock definite steps will be taken to push the plan to a successful end It hoped that all the ladies in this matter will be present Dont forget the time afternoon at 230 A BIG RAID D tectlve Slips Into the Blind Tlgert jS Cutup and Captures Number of the Bare Beasts The Blind Tigers have had smooth sailing in Lancaster for many month but hard troubles struck them this week Some time ago J D Steen berger a detective of Crab Orchard came to town and made no effort to conceal his business here He went Ji about it systematically and Friday g had fortytwo warrants sworn out in fc the Police Court against colored people residing on the Chute Mr Steenberger the assistance of three other men to do the buying and 3 kept away from the tigers himself Those brought before Judge Brown were Ellen Evans Spencer Royston Sam Royston Josh Ray Lewis Ande Ben Guinn Cicero Humber and Cary Mullins They all gave bond to appear yesturday Wednesday and the cases will be tried separately Mr w Steenberger has been quite successful a local detective and has done much stantalize the tiger This week s there is being tried in the Danville J courts seventy odd cases for illegal liquor selling which were worked u w him The arrest created quite a sd stampede on the Chute and a fellow jp who ought to know said things e S J Iateher as new brickwork for t CourierJournal ceremony Lancaster frequent of democratic No to omit inspectiontomorrow JlaJI Vrtf everyonehaving Monday areas dry a Pone down tlteie saw 0 a whiles toe you price oil C count ftiork Q Interested S Q Q 1 c secured as k i o t er tel Go to Logan Robinson and get 200 hat for SL25 Several good second hand buggies and surreys cheap W J A new line of and at FaulcDibr Herndon prices f Several Lancaster merchants had freight Destroyed in the big depot lire at Cincinnati the other night Season for Planting lardy Bulbs Mrs Tom Wherritt will sell hardy bulbs in 50 cent collections Call her A line of Ladies Cloaks is being shown at Josephs which cannot be surpassed by any house in Central Kentucky You can buy a buggy Surrey road wagon or harness low down Do not want to hold them over through winter W JJtoorANS There is much sickness in town at present It is mostly fever With a good plant to supply pure water and wash away the filth this would be in very large measure prevented Hotel and Opera House Rented The Hotel Co has closed a contract with Mr F C Fissinger for the new hotel and Opera House Mr Fissjng has been in the hotel business nIl his life and lately gave up the Com martial at Athens Ga He the highest recommendations as a ho man and gentleman We were able to learn the figures in the matter Chic lease of the Opera House is only for remainder of this year Former irraTd IS y We notice that Mr J B Walker of Ivirksville is a candidate fo the of of county clerk of Madison We Jo not know the qualities of his but will say that they will have to be mighty good oleo jutclass this young gentlemen Jim Walker was born and Wised in Gar rard and moved to Ivirksvillo eighteen years agq at which place he has been engaged in the mercantile business cr sinco lie was u school mate of the writer for a number of years ineLancaster and graduated at George own College He is an honest and upright man and if Tim Walker ever j told a lie or defrauded a man the fact was never known He is as straight a die and as true as steel If friends in Madison want th mjjjjhly competent and reliable cleric they will surely findthe man in Jim Wall ie I i I I t ware China- ware ands e J the u ice I opponents I it the j otlr a era I i C Roma V S Sour bring H r A coal famine is anticipated Lay in your supply in time Wanted strict fresh eggs at 12Jc H B NorthcptL See those beautiful plaid skirts and black crepons at JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Come and get a Tailor made suit at readymade prices Perfect guaranteed V C Boys just come and see our new high top shoes our new over coats and our pretty neck wear JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Hon Letcher Owsley has been irak ing many speeches in the present cam paign and the papers speak highly of his addresses Ground has been broken and work begun on the Baptist parsonage The house will be a neat and attractive one which will be of great benefit to the thatch Call up Rice Benge stable and have his new buss call at your door if you want to catch a train Ho never for gets an order and insures polite and reasonable charges Important IWeslngr The Ladles Aid Society will meet with Mrs Simpson Saturday It will be regular election of officers and all are requested to at tend To Masonic Members The notes given by various brethren toward the Home for Aged and In firm Masons are now due and must be paid by the 10th of this month Please call at National Batik or on R Kin naird secretary and pay same at once lIon All Taylor Costing Prof J II Patterson has arranged to have the famous lecturer Alf Tay lyr here first night in November part of proceeds to be used for benefit of Lancaster Graded School library He is coming through this state at that time and this may be our last opportunity to hear one of the great lecturers of the age being even a peer of his brother Gus Robert Tay lor His happy way of presenting the humorous and the real sides of life holds an audience producing langh terand tears alternately lIe costs high but the price of admission will be in the reach of all His subject will Poetry and Pearls More local on page 3 i satisfaction HEm IIILL at- tentIOn afternoon b I f r C THE HASELDEN FILTER I Patented Feb 28 1899 II Perfect in era Detail Cleanses thoruhlysUUUUUt 1 c atc EVERY DETAIL Separates trnsli from the water before thewater Is filtered Water Liners upward through setventingtiash from biiiit niixe l with filtering iruterinl Bird nags etc can not siblv enter niiitorUl 114 it U oinch in the bottom of filter before water isfiltere ivnen screw is removed it allows filter todry out thoroughly There is no chance f rbugs or nut of insect to accumulate as ic does iu other filters from J R HASELDJUlN Lancaster Ky IN lea trashes tilt rin Beazley Banghman Funeral Directors Arterial ami Cavity A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets JSOTIlAYS JJlt AMILTOX JEKOBINsON lays Robinson Attorneys and Ccuuselers at LANCASTER KY EmJJalming Ham ltoni s Law LOW PRICES IS THE Mother of our Popularity Best 500 Suit Bast 750 Suit Best 1000 Suit Best 1200 Best 1500 Suit Best 1600 Suit to be found in Lancaster Come and we can prove to you in five minutes that we have the BEST SUIT for the mon ey in Central Kentucky Overcoats that will please you in Styles and Prices See one of our 1000 Ulsters and you will buy it without a word Come in and get one of our 125 Hats and Save 75c ALL SHAPES and COLORS 15iffXI 8 6000000I 000000 00i0i0A000e0 0000IEh d I I t w Sui Ip f0 I I 1 Ql s t Ql Ql S j jl Buell Bootees 350 4 and 5 If you have ever worn a pair you will not hesi tate to buy another pair i IC0J Bn U Hi TOD Lace I y t Sliaes fefi sa O g3 are the things for winter We have never been as well fixed as we are this season on Mens heavy working shoes A look will convince you that we are the People to buy heavy shoes of se SEE OUR FANCY SHIRTS r UNDERWEAR AT ALL PRICES Comp and buy your winter outfit ofus We will care ofyou LOGAN ROBINSON c 0 o take D 0oo ooooo0000000000000 0ooooomoatoooo 7 4 A CKNTfiAL RECORD PV2KY WEEK BT IOUI8 LAJiDRASf Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY L s TERMS ONE Y AB IN 100 BIX MONTHS 50 THEM 25 ADVANCE THURSDAY October 5 BRYANTSVILLE Call at Mrs A S Haseldcns and sec her new millinery She has the prettiest line ever brought to this placeDr Elliott having bought the James Adams farm will move to it the first of January The house and lot he va cates will be for rent For particulars call on J S Haselden Bryantsville Nature can only feed the flame of life with the food eaten which is di gested HERBINE will reinvigorate a week stomache and so improve di gestion as to insure the natural bloom of health Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m Mr and Mrs Josh Dunn and daugh ter Miss Ella called for their letters at Pleasant Grove church Sunday much to the regret of their many friends in this community They being among the best working mem bers in the church They will be sad ly missed May they be welcome in their new home in Broadhead On the 10th of December 1897 Rev S A Donahoe pastor M E church South Pt Pleasant W Va contract ed a severe cold which was attended from the beinning by violent coughing He says After resorting to a num ber of socalled specifics usually kept in the house to no purpose I a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which acted like a charm I most cheerfully recommend it to the public For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Mrs Emily Peel of Logan Jessa mine county was the guest of her brother Poter Dunn Saturday and Sunday Mr Jeff Dunn attended court at Harrodseurg Monday Mrs CD Peacock ofJellico Tenn arrived Saturday to be the guest of his moth er Mrs Mary Ford Dr Traylor of Hubble was in this vicinity on bus iness last week He will locate here permanently Mr Frank Parks sale was postponed on account of sickness Mr and Mrs Hence Bush of Paint Lick visited in this neighborhood Sunday C M Jennings and wife of Danville were the guests of relatives here of Charge Any adult suffering from a cold on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of nature who will call at J E drug store will be presented with a sample bot tle of Boschee German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given to one person none to children without order from parents No throat or lung remedy ever had such a sale as Boschees German Syr up in all parts of the civilized world Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away and your druggists will tell you its success was marvelous It is really the only Throat and Lung Remedy generally endorsed by physi cians One 75 cent bottle will cure or prove its value Sold by dealers in all civilized countries MARKSBURY Henry Parks bought of Frank Parks four shoats for 10 Mr John Pritchett soldhis farm to Ann Dodd of color for 500 W B Tuggle sold to Clayton Arnold a bunch of fat hogs for 350 per hun dredA Rice sold to Frank Hunt the farm known as the Old Kemper placeReuben Naylor sold to T I Herring 3 shoats for 31c per lb also 5 hogs at 3ic per lb to C A Robinson For all fresh cuts or wounds in either the human subject or in animals as a dressing BALLARDS SNOW LIN IMENT is un excelled while for sores on working horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating its healing qualities are unequaled Price 25 cts and SOcts C C J E Stormes 1m Mr James Hawkins wife and little daughters Pearl Esther and Mattie Mae of Nelson county visited relatives here last week Mrs Belle Burnside Misses Willie Belle Burn side and Elsie Palmer of Lancaster were guests of Mr Nixon Perkins family Tuesday night Miss Anna Pollard entertained quite a number of friends and relatives Sunday Those present spent an enjoyable day Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson Mrs R L Jennings at Paint Lick last week Mrs Ike Arnold of Washington county is visiting Mr and Mrs Thos Arnold The Misses accompanied by their guest Mrs Ike Arnold visited Mrs Ike Arnold near Paint Lick Sunday Miss Daley visited Misses Mary and Florence Dunn at Bryantsville Sat urday and Sunday Miss Mary accom panied her home to spend the remain der of the week Mrs H D Aldridge was so fortunate as to draw the high est prize a sett of dishes at the Blue Grass Grocery She wishes the Blue Grass Grocery Company 11 success for their fair dealings The Banner Pile Cure Is Banner Salve It gives immed itfe relief and will soon effect a cure 25 c Stormes 1899 purchased ISundayFree settled Stormes and j In pretty visited Arnold C C J Minnie E t tA Mrs Emily lrewiIt sold mule wIt to Win Finnell for 820 D L Prewitt bought of Collins his farm in Madison Price 60 per acreMrs David Jones sold her property in Kirksville to Kirby Grimes for 81 100 cash Jno Hicks bought of J H Posey 40 acres of land on the waters of Back Creek at 30 per acre II B Roy the postmaster at Nina is very poorly with heart trouble and and able to attend to office duties O J Moberley has about finished his new house and is now sinking a well which is well as all wells arc well that wellThe stubborn cases of succumb to COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m John Bakers sale last Saturday was well attended Stock and farming implements brought good prices Mr Baker will try his luck in the West We wish him success Thousands of the most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT It never fails to cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75cts C C J E Stormes Rev Fagley of Lincoln county is holding a few night meetings at Beth el church in order to form the of the membership he having taken the care of the church for the ensuing year Dizziness loss ofappetite flatulency and nausea are all connected with dypepsia or indigestion HERBINE will give prompt releif Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m It seems that Lancaster has more blind tigers than any town in our knowledge and if they are allowed you may expect blind bullets from any direction So says John Farra and he is good authority WHITE3 CREAM VERMIFUGE is a highly valuable preparation cap able from the promptitude of its of clearing the system in a few hours of worm Price 25 cts C C J E Stormes 1m Mrs Elzeriah Jones Ray is visiting relatives and friends in Madison and attending the meeting at Gillead church Thirtyfive additions to date Kirby and Mrs Grimes of Kirks vine are visiting her father and moth er at Nina Miss Talitha the daughter of W T Cotton of Lc roy Ill is visiting relatives in Gar rard and Madison counties W T Bradshaw and wife are visiting their son John in Decatur 111 Why experiment on yourself with remedies of doubtful utility when you can get Chamberlains Cough Remedy which has stood the test of time Twentyfive years sale and use have proven that remedy to be a prompt and certain cure for colds It will cure a cold in a day if taken as soon as cold has been contracted and before it has settled in the system Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist The Mormon Elders that have been tramping over the country all summer have left for parts unknown They had rough sailing in sections of Gar rard and we havent heard of but one man converted to their religion and as they are not looking for men alto gether 1 guess is the cause of their leaving us to the kind mercies of the Creator in whose hands I had much rather be than in the fellowship of polygamy and the Leaf scribbler It Saved Her11 re- Miss Mamie Smith of Middlesboro Ky writes My little sister had the Croup bad I gave her several doses of Fo leys Honey and Tay and she was in stantly received It saved her life C C J E Stormes 1m McCREARY Alex Walker bought hogs from Broaddus at 4c per pound Clayton Arnold bought hog from Robert Gulley and J W Hill at 4c per poundJohn Siler of Flatwoods bought cattle of Sanders Walker at 4 cents per poundI to express my thanks to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for having put on the market such a won derful medicine says W W Massin of Beaumont Texas There are many thousands of mothers whose children have been saved from attacks of dysentery and cholera infantum who must also feel thankful It is for sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m R L Warner and sister Miss Lillie visited friends in Madison last week J H Hardin has returned to his home in Decatur 111 after a visit father M Hardin Mrs Zack Simpson is up again after a severe spell of sickness The Misses have been the guest of Misses Sallie and Myrtle Nave and a crowd wert from Crab Orchard Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Cotton have been guests of friends and relatives in Madison Miss Jennie Hardin in Bethel neighborhood and preaching last week Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing ever was made is Dr KingsNew Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by E E McBoberts j INA Coy Bronchitis acquaintance action every gill Clark thereto visited attended I weak- neSs J a S beautiful the Morton S this there o o Persia first grey the cherry the peach and the plumb A Maine hunterclaims to have had his pipe lighted flasljof A tree on a plantation near Natchez struck by lightning seven times It is estimated that we use aurally in the United States over 90000000 000 matches London has 1000 houses that are tenantless because they are supposed to Be haunted Both hay and oats are much better crops in Ireland this year than they have proved to be in Great Britain The same results occurred last year on bya lightning has ben IYou ought to know that when suf fering from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Fo leys Kidney Cure Guaranteed or money refunded C C J E Stormes In the Soudan horses are shod with camels skin in Austria horse shoes have been tried of cow hide A Ger man not long ago invented a horse shoe of paper which had been satura ted with oil turpentine and other in gredientsIt been declared that every strawberry plant should produce a dollar it would therefore behoove us to be careful in setting them out Let no root be exposed and yet let no dirt come higher than even with the top of the plant A man sends the following informa tion based on personal experience to the farmers of South Carolina If you put among a flock of sheep from three to four male goats the dogs will rarely attack them Sheep always run to the goats for protection Gen Black agent for Nelson Morris Chicago has bought in Madi son county nearly 1000 head of heavy export cattle at five cents for delive ry in November The sales amount to almost 70000 These cattle will be exported to England for tho Christ mas market A Short Sad Story A Cold Neglect PneumoniaGrief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used this story would have had a hap pier ending 25 and 50c C C J E Stormes Dry manure in the soil about trees is often injurious rather than helpful Usually the roots do not come near the surface and if the manure is plowed under so as to be near them it makes the subsoil dry unless enough water penetrates to the roots to begin rotting it It is only thoroughly wet manure which can help trees The entire cucumber crop in the district northeast of Benton Harbor Mich representing over 2000000 bushels of small pickles per season for the last ten years has in the last ten days been completely destroyed by a foreign small red bug The new pest although much smaller belongs to the ladybug family The total loss to growers is estimated at over 100 000A sharp frost occurred over the greater part of the State las week It was hard enough to bite tender plants aud vegetables but comparatively few of these kinds were exposed Some scattering remnants of tobacco crops and probably some sweet potatoes were caught but there was not enough of these exposed to make the damage materialWhen hogshead of new tobacco of common quality and with the mer juices but half dissipated by cur ing sells at 10J cents a pound on the auction market it means that Ken Lucky planters will get good prices for their crops All the trusts in the world cant compel the farmer to raise tobacco unless he gets enough to pay him a profit on the production and manufacturers seem to have learned this lesson CourierJournal England has come to Kentucky to buy a thousand mules for delivery These mules are to be taken to South Africa and will be used for war purposes by the English govern went This order will probably be followed up by additional orders and the impetus that it will give to the mule market will it is thonght send prices of mules up to something like the figure once maintained The farmers of Harrison county have prepared and a good many of them have signed the following peti tion We the undersigned farmers and sheep and stock raisers in order to protect our flocks from the ravages of dogs and inorder to keep our fen ces up and and gates closed agree getner and with one another not to permit any fox hunting upon our farms or we further agree that if any person or persons persist in fox hunting we will pay a reasonable amount to a lawyer to pros ecute parties so offending Millions It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The propri etors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten mijlion trial of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso lutly cured thousands ofhopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarsness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are sure cured by it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50e and 1 j sum- immediate to Away bottles I guaranteed or price ore 1 3c C nd Given Every bottle funded A3 Tfrfe Jicwp market in Central Ken hkyhats biierj quite active recently fIle Kentucky Hlver Mills of have been strong buyers in Wood ford county their purchasers in the last feat weeks amounting to 100000 lbs Mr J L Bqhannon their repre sentative Mr Jesse Mar tin Monday BOO pounds at 5 H B Marksbury Lancaster has been at work south of Nicholasville having purchased of John Powell about 40000 pounds of N J Cone 55000 pounds as 5 in the barn With manila at 11 cents per pound and sisal at cents prospects are good for a high for hemp in the spring The dry weather has cut the crop short in Kentucky and this also points to higher prices The Government will be a larger consumer of the Kentucky pro duct as the soft fiber plant at the Boston navy yard has been doubled Several of the large Erstern mills are also making additions to their over worked plants Wood ford Sun August Flower It is a surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my travels in all parts of the world for the last the years I have met more people having used Greens August Flower than any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stomach and for constipation I find for tourists and salesmen or for persons filling office positions where headaches and general bad feelings from irregular habits exist that Greens August Flower is a grand remedy It does not injure the sys tem by frequent use and is excellent for sour stomachs and indigestion Sample bottles free at J E Stormes Drug Store Sold by dealers in all civilized countries Mrs Clouse is confined to her bed with a sprained ankle Mr David Cloyd of Rowland visit ed at W II Furrs Monday Mrs Betsy Perrin spent Monday at her nephews Mose Lawson Jim Carr of color bought a small farm from Squire Parsons near Un ion school house E W Faulkner sold all his house hold furniture farming implements etc last Saturday preparatory to moving to Muncie Ind May Save Your Life A dose or two of Foleys Honey and Tar will prevent an attack of pneu monia grip or severe cold if taken in time Cures coughs colds croup la grippe hoarseness difficult breathing whooping cough incipient consump tion asthma or bronchitis Gives positive relief in advanced stages of consumption asthma or bronchitis Guaranteed C C J E Stormes A Distrusting Accident Mrs Portico at seaside hotel I was eo shocked to hear that your daughters horse ran away with her this morning Mrs Veranfla It was perfectly hor not hurt There wasnt a young man on the drive and she was picked up by two old married men and a porter H Y Weekly A Dig llunl Summer girl summer girl where have you been Ive been afishing and Ive just come in While you were out little girl you caught what I hooked in the lobster who owns the yacht Philadelphia North American Her Comment Maud Muller on a summer day Watched the judge who rode away If he had nerve enough quoth she To come round to the husking bee And find a red ear well I guess Wed maybe cure his bashfulness If men plain common sense would note Much poetry would not get wrote Washington Star QUITE APPROPRIATE u 2 81 e heereafter a LAWOODS I ribledisgustingI 1 1 1 Frankfort bought from N- It I say old man what on earth can I go to the fancy dress ball in Oh I know chalk you head and go as a billiard Sloper Her Celestial Occupation Therell be no peace in Heaven When Mrs Hustle dies For she will start housecleaning The mansions in the skies Town Topics Long and Dreary Father McSweeny Dennis If you keep on in this way you will shorten your days was tinkin that same meself father Oi was sober two days lasht wake and they war the longesht days of me loife Chicago TimesHer ald Why Baby Cried Najfgsby impatiently calling Nora drop everything at once and come to me maam Mrs whats the baby crying for Nora Cause I dropped him TitrBits 1 cueAlly Dennisoi NoraYes NaggsbyNow 7 Mrs mum TIMETABLES B C Branch Mixed passes Lancaster 1110 lu Northbnd Mixed 335 p if Northbnd Passgr tf 252Xii Nouthbnd 1239AM Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Lv Lexington daily 1125 A a p a Ar Washington 615 310 Philadelphia 1025 705 1210 noon 908 Boston 800 PM 715 A Jf Through sleepers to New York from John G Cramec Ticket Agent Lexington PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONA PROPERTY Having sold my farm I will sell publicly on the premises at Camp Dick Robinson to the highest and best bidder on Saturday Oct 14 i8gg the following personal property 10 shorthorn cows 8 red weanling calves 7 horses 7 work mules 2 binders good as new 1 McCormick and 1 Deering 1 roller cutting harrow 2 wheat drills 1 Phaeton 1 cutting box 2 re liable incubators 1 brooder 2 farm wagons wagon and harness 1 mowing machine house hold and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 130 oclock JAS T ADAMS MASON HOTEL FOR SALE On account of old age 1 offer for sale to the and best bidder if not sold privately before that time on Monday Oct 23rd i8gg County Court day for Garrard county my Hotel property in the town of Lan caster as the Mason with all the appurtenances there unto belonging Said Hotel is well located sJtnated on Stan running hack iOO feet to an allev The hotel brick with a frame addition and17 rooms besides the kitchen and other including a good Ice house On this Hotel lot a good stable 36 x GO feet witha new metal attached 14 x 60 feet ell ingood repair and Is now used as a LIVERY ond has now the largest patronage This is a good opportunity as well as an in Lancaster Is a town of 2000 population and of all denominations and clever hos tem ud a fraacuise has been for Wa ter Works It is on the Richmond Branch on the K C division of the L N R R Co and is on the line of recent survey of the Southern Railway Company connecting Burgiu with at Tenn of about 90 TEKJTIS One third cash balance In one and two years In equal Installments with interest on defer red payments at the rate of 6 per an num from January 1st 1900 until paid when possession be given as the property is rented until that A lieu retained on property for purchase money MRS ELIZABETH J MASON Capt I M Dunn Auctioneer DEES TREES The Blue Grass Nurseries offer everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grapes Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and everything kept in such an estab lishment We employ no agents Descriptive catalogue on applica tion toH F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky r r New York Lexington Ky Hotel CourtHousecon- tains principle propertywill andhealthy richlandIthasfromLouisville cent i WB and 8 50 t W S Dont forget that we have many BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE R E MROBEBTS Fooc KST This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky having been recently equipped with The Marvelous Anastimate Lenses The new discovery in optical science Iwish to say to the Ladies that These Lenses FXi TTEH- V Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be 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for one Find it a splendid remedy and good seller Bold five to of thi who was considered to have ion She is now in good health J T Gra ham Druggist 111 Howell place Grantburg CABER EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the yonn man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded j I had a severe cold and son throat fact I thought I was taking pneumonia Is of Dr and after using it one day and night I enthat it Is that ever used recommend it highly to everybody tewta O Davis J P PlE1JII8111A Ia Bell BII7 P UUTZR got a t I Lookout for Substitutes Demand BELLS PINE TAR HONEY And do not let any druggist offer you one of those cheap syndicate cough mixtures on which he makes a big profit DR BELLS PINETARHONEY is by all good Prepared only by THE E E SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO Paducah K- yMcRoberts Drug Store Lancaster SO sIs lA 0 y Jzr 7 + More than our Customers appreciate the Great Bargains we are now giving them We worked hard in select our stocks and know that our prices be duplicated by competitors I H J Dewey Ills 1 ing I Never Apprecated Wecorne cannot ELEGANT SUITS AT BOTTOM PRICES r J o OIOo I f We Clothe you from head to foot and dsf Competition on prices quality and style Perfect Satisfaction or Money Refunded The GLOBE J X IFKOIEaili Wi oSfe o The GLOBE DANVJLLE KENTUCKY CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY October 5 I89o O THE We spared neither time nor money in securing the Jlttttinety Ever shown in Lancaster Our stock is now in and on display We ask you to CALL AND SALLIE 1 TILIET PEOPLE Sam Joseph of Cincinnati was in town Sunday Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton went to Richmond Monday Lyman Ryan was in Lexington the past week on business Miss Grace Kinnaird is rapidly im proving from her recent illness Mayor Kinnaird was in Crab Orch ard Tuesday on insurance business Miss Dannie Harris was the hostess to a musical party last Friday evening Miss Ettie Hilton of Brodhead has accepted a position with R II Bat Mr and Mrs E Moritz of Stanford have been visiting relatives in this cityA few friends stormed Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury Tuesday eve ning Miss ramie Powell of Hustonville is visiting her brother Elder Chas E PowelMiss Hallie Rice of Marksburjr is visiting her sister Miss Sallie Lou Myers DrA S Price of Stanford was vis itng his mother Mrs H A Price SundayMr Mrs Gordon Granger of Virginia have been visiting Mrs Wm R Cook Mrs Harbison of Mitchellsburg is visiting her daughter Mrs Holley Carlton Agent George M Patterson of the N was in Cincinnati first of the week Ernest G Brown is from a severe case of fever and has been quite ill Jesse W Sweeney has been at hone this week and rode the goat the second heat Mr W B Mason and bright little daughter Edna left Tuesday to visit relatives in Chicago Judge J C Hemphill and Herbert Kinnaird are taking in the Middles boro Fair this week II W Batson is in Ann Harbor Mich taking another course in the law school at that place Dr W S Beazley is in Indianapolis Ind taking a new course in dentistry He will return next week John Rifle and wife of Hustonvillo are visiting Mr and Mrs Heiberlinp They will probably locate here J1 s Thompson who has vis iting her sister Mrs Powell has to her home in Florida Mesdames J E Stormes and Mattie Duncan were visiting relatives and 1 0 010010000- 0I I r J iII III I I l- I Jail I II V I I I I I I l- I 010 0 son Jlen typhoid ben returned o00000000 V I ufih1Oi1cit EXAMINE- r OOOOOOO I 000000 0 900000- p 4bObOb0 0044 d4b0- g R OUT CvCy0f00O O bOE O f i i M some 2 a t friends in Richmond this week Mrs D C Hines and children of Ne braska are visiting the family of her father Mr J M Palmer of Point LeavellThe condition of Judge O F Til lett remains critical He is at the home of his sisters Misses Sallie and Martha on Danville street Judge M D Hughes is cultivating a crop of chin whiskers which are beau tiful to behold T J Hatcher will see that the frost does not catch em Mrs Sam Wooldridge and daughter Miss Mary were called to Harrodsburg to the bedside of Mr Woold ridges motherinlaw who is still very ill Danville Advocate Mrs G N Jean got home last night from New York accompanied by her son Dr George Jean who will be here two or three weeksA from Rev F M Hill says he was on his way to New York and may go on to Palestine His wife is at Perryville to which place he orders his RECORD sent Mr Ashbrook Frank who has been with his old friends here ten days left yesterday for the West where he will engage in business He has many friends here who wish him success in his new home Lexington Herald Mrs Maria Keroy had a letter from her son John H the other day and he is now at a port in China He is on one of Uncle Sams Men of War and has been in the navy since the breaking out of the war He said he was in perfect health and enjoyed his work very much One of THE RECORDS most valua ble subscribers Mr W W Brown of Lowell was in this week and had his paper marked up two years He has been section boss for N since the road was built through this coun ty some thirtyfour years and has never been laid off or called down by the officials The many friends of Mr Jas W Henry were quite surprised to receive invitations announcing his wedding He will be married atElDorado Ark next Wednesday to Miss Helene daughter of Mr and Mrs J F Shuler of that city Mr Henry is the oldest son of Mr Solon B Henry of this city and went out west a few years ago He owns a big store there and is make ing a great success TimE RECORD sends congratulations and wishes them all happiness through life A Mans Testimony I have obtained excellent results from the use of FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE It releived my backache and severe pain over the hips It toned up my system and gave me new vim and energy I regard it as an honest and reliable remedy for all Kidney diseases It makes no false claims but does what it says when given a fair trial I certainly recommend it Wm Finn 447 Elida Road Lima Ohio C C J E Stormes Big Talers- Mr Henry Burdett remembered the poor editor this week and sent in a couple of bushels of sweet They are the largest and about the only ones we have seen and are of the very best variety Weve seen the time when we would have asked Henry to take something but as he nor we now take anything but water and it is very scarce well sim ply say much obliged and stand ready to receive the next donation During the winter of 1817 Mr James Reed one ofthe leading citizens and merchants of Clay Co W Va struck his leg aga st a cake of ice in such a manner as to bruise it severely It became very much swollen and pained him so badly that he could not walk without the aid of crutches He was treated by physicians also used kinds of liniment and two and a half gallons of whiskey in bathing it but nothing gave any relief until he began using Chamberlains Pain Balm This brought almost a complete cure in a weeks he believes that had he not used this remedy his leg would have had to be amputated Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains bruises and rheumatism For sale by B E McRoberts 1m forabout the L COla several timeand f potatoes a v I onoMMoo SUPERS SHOES OF Excellent Quality rO i oOOOOOIIOOoooooooooooooooooooOO More Local Barrel salt at Games Lovely stock of gloves at JOSEPH Timothy seed for sale Currey Consult our advertising columns before buying your winter goods Seed Vliat I have between 500 and GOO bushels of good seed wheat for sale of the Ev eretts High Grade variety 1m JNO W MILLER Strayed Or Stolen From our place near Hiattsville about Sept 22 two steers weight a bout 800 and ore light red heifer weight 750 Liberal reward for re turn to T W Conn Hiattsville Ky 2t One Day Only Dr Goldstein the celebrated opti cian will be at the Hamilton House in Lancaster on Tuesday October 10 without fail Will be here only one day The Pendcnuia The boys have named Hun Single tons oyster saloon the Pendennis Hun keeps fresh oysters on hand at all times and will deliver them to any part of the city Give him a call Graded School Tax The 1899 tax is past due Please call settle and save being asked for it The penalty will certainly be added to all unpaid taxes tf E W HARRIS Collector Storeroom For Rent Will rent room I now occupy an give possession at once tock of goods now low and will be sold as a whole at a great bargain J W SWEENEY The biggest line of mens womens and childrens underwear ever brought to Paint Lick in union suits and seperate pieces Ladies fleeced vests and pants at up Come and see R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Dont Read Tills After August 1st will have for sale the best coal in any quanity at the lowest price It will pay you to see us before buying Office and yard opposite the Granary W B Moss Co tf This otlice is having a nice run on job work Most business men prefer using our neat uptodate work in preference of a nickle tablet or note heads etc bearing a 12x18 patent medicine advertisement Taxes Due Town taxes are now due and prop erty owners should come forward at once and settle This has to be done those putting it off too long will be put to extra expense 622tf E M WALKER Collector Red Hot From the Gun Was the ball thathit G B Steadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horible Ulcers that no helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25c a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist Ektray A dark bay 3yearold saddle mare from Lancaster on Monday county court day She is about 15 hands high with skined place on front leg and a little swollen place on left hind leg Will pay a reward of 500 for infor mation leading to her return Powell Daley Buckeye Ky Anoth r Fight at Paint Lick It occurred between The Roller Mills of Burnam Eucker and their customers and trade and itseemed for a while that the mills were about to get licked but Burnam Rucker have put on a 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 member we stand on our and state to the public that we are experts at our business 9213t IfURNAM EUCKEB and 15c Mens at 25c up qnd treatment flatfeet f tiP eve night f- N 1tt l TO i B rlIlY I o o ooooooooooooooooooocooooooooooooooooooooooo00 COOOC lOO HANDSOME NGKWGFIR StiLP EtEaY Jockey Nuisance Everybody is bragging on the work ing of the stock and jockey ordi nance Its a good idea to encourage the bringing of stock to town but Jockey be abolished alto gether if it were possible to do so Respectable horse men do not indulge in the disgraceful conduct carried on by the jockeys For 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 Jan McOlaren on the Church Mil tlnecr Ian McClaren will contribute to the November Ladies Home Journal an article on The Mutineer in the Church It will deal with the trou bles created by the mutinous members of the congregation and will prescribe a course of treatment for those who stir up discord The famous Scotch preacher author will doubtless give some advice quite worth he is a man of wonderful resources Do You Sec the Pointy Some merchants ought to be able to see the point in this item which we clip from an exchange Said a local merchant the other day Have you noticed the advertisement I have on the fence east of town No re plied the customer but if you will send the fence around I will look it over and see what you are dealing in Fact is I am reading newspapers and dont get much time to study fence ology Jas D Miller a former resident of this committed suicide at Lexington Saturday by shooting him self with a shot gun He had been out of work for some time and had grown despondent He was an citizen and industrious He married Miss Bettie Underwood of this county and was widely connected in this and Lincoln counties He leaves a wife and several children The remains were brought to Monday and intcred in the Ceme tery Louisville Carnival Every arrangement has been com pleted for the Big Fall Carnival In dustrial Exposition Midway and Fes trial of Fire to be given in Louisville October 9th to 21st Work on the Carnival City is practically completed In the vicinity of the carnival grounds there is block after block of booths wherein the most attractive display of mercantile wares ever made Ken tucky will be made Throughout the State the deepest interest is being taken in the enterprise which means so much for Kentuckys com mercial advancement In every city plans are being made to send large crowds The reduced rates are the most attractive ever made for a Lou isville enterprise and judging from the amount of Hotel space already engaged the crowd will be a record breakerThe offers an amusement such as can only appeal to all lovers cf good and wholesome diversions The Midway will be the largest since the Worlds Fair and will include the Streets of Cairo Japanese Hindoo Philipino Chinese Mexican Porto Rican Theatres and German Village The general admission to the Exposi tion grounds is only 10c BraveMen Fall Victims stomachliver and kidney troubles as well as women and all fee 1 the result in loss of appetite poisons n the blood backache nervousness h ad ache and tired listess run down feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind Hesays Electric Bitters are just the thing man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any thing I could take J can now eat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at E E McEoberts Drug Store Eyery bottle guaran teed lia 9 ltf following as you Sulc1dp county in hole fora Row shoulc honorable Lancaster s The republicans are preparing to give Judge Denny a rousing reception at the Court House tomorrow Friday afternoon A Paint Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is with ready sale every whore 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 re funded if not as represented For sale by E E Lancaster Prepared to Move Geo Leavell wanted to buy part of Jim Traylors lot in the Baker addi tion but the latter would not sell Leavell then tried to rent the land and build on it but this was refused They then agreed to rent the land for ten months Leavell to move the house at the expiration of that time Leavell then built a box house 24x12 with two rooms The building is made resting on four heavy wheels can ba moved away when the owner demands his land Long Year Low Prices Good I can namejnany old customers who will state that their suits have satisfactory in long wear in price and in fits Of course errors are made by everybody but they are easily an J we make few errors a and we guarantee a fit Wt have studied measure blanks and have fit irregular men One of my houses gives a splendid hat with a suit or an overcoat Buys gi t a camera with each suit Uniform prices and small profits Excellent suits or overcoats 7 to Boys Suits cut and made to measure S450 to Young men can save in this line M D Hughes Agt Notice of Election Notice is hereby given that on Tues November seventh eighteen hun and ninetynine from sever oclock a m to four oclock p in continuously an election will be lick in and for the City of Lancaster Ken tucky by the qualified electors of said city to determine whether said cit shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen thousand dollars for time purpose of furnishing said city with water fifty fire hydrants for seven years Said indebtness to be paid in sewn equal annual installments The amount therefore necessary to be raised an nually by taxation is two thousand dollars R KINNATKD Mayor of city of Lancaster Ky Att W H WIIEKRITT Clk Real Estate Bju ht ant Sold in a position to advertise 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 gen eral prosperity with a prospect foe waterworks and another railroad have caused a number to seek home in our city and the value of property has been enhanced Although seven teen residences have gone up thi year there is not a vacant house in the city and even building lots will soon be in demand Until it is settler that the new railroad will be built 1 offer the following property at tlu very low prices No 1 A handsome residence of 10 rooms with two cisterns and all nec esary outbuildings beautifully loca ted on Danville avenue There are fifteen acres of land attached wjth a front of 690 feet thus furnishin building lots which can be sold at good prices The property 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 arid water ornamental and shade trees a fertile garden and necessary to make it highly attractive and desirable There are four of land attached furnish ing three good build ng lots I will sell this property at a reasonable price or trade for a farm I will show the above property to desiring to purchase I will handle farms on reasonable terms No sale no pay M D HUGHES meeting I Rob rts n corrected as anyone 830 1250 lam is owner acres it anyone w C Sit Fit be clays property everything per f a- z 1 J Vmac HATS OF Extra Quality OC uooooo c CcaH111uuoooooooooou OOt i i I UaHocaOUI 0000 COOOO HUUO ooJ NOV Bill0 if SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale B BURTON ITIflUL BUM V r493 THE d r+ CAPITAL 10000000 l i OF SURPLUS J2000000 j LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E SToRms Vice C DENNY Cashier r President- S f F RoniNsoN JK Asst Cashr r71 z R T EJIBKY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam 1 D Cochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Stormes V McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY FISMEE5 To wagons we will sell ood Lump Coal at lOc a bushel at our yards for the present We have also a full line all other coals in hiding two grades of cannel three sizes of An hracite Voolridge Jellico Paint Rock Bry nt Bros Fire Greek Smithing and Hay Joru Oats Cow Feed Salt Lime Cement uteut Plait r Saud and Manufactured Ice DANVILLE ICE Jc COAL S Yard C S Depot Telephone 21 Town of Ice and Factory 5d St Telephone 151 ff Are Going North If You Are Going South f You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC I LOUISVILLE R R I AND ao 8ECURB The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all otheriafonoatloa will be cheerfully furnished by XocwxtUKes ATTBNTI N I COW GLOBE You NASHVILLe c P Po 5 z Mgr 0 ATYOIIC a A- Otby h G B SWISEBROAD 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 P RUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER KV Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTS VI LLE KENTUCKY Land SiiTsrjar and Apat for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO 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 HASELDEX KR S ORGANIZED 1883 ThirtyThousand KtGtrs invited cITIZENS NATIONAL OP LANCASTER FT BANK Capital Surplus FUld 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed Y LKATBLL 3 F HUDSON V O WALZKE Prealden VlcePresldeni Cashier Assistant Cashi Boolckeepet DIRECTORS JMHlGGINBOTHAJC LZWIS Y LKAVMLL J 8 JOHNSON TM ARNOLD H C ARNOLD JB B F HUDSON LxxGiBB8 JJWALXM JACOB V ROBINSoN Dr R Goldstein The wellknown Optician will be at the Hamilton Hotel Tuesday October 10th 1899 One day only Eyes Examined and glasses adjusted FIRE LIFE INSURANCE SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OP NEW YOfcZ Robinson Hamilton Office over Post Office LAKCASIEK KENTUCKY I M LEWIS O D I scientifically FIRE AND MARrnE gts y t HIaeIRBOTHer Riot aIl CINCINNATI v a THE OLD RELIABLE ESTABLISHED 1793 i WEEKLY Weekly Elition of The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune THE FAMILY NEWSPAPER Special Departments devoted to Agriculture Poultry Markets literature with other special Features IMPROVED I It MEW FORErl ENLARGED I GAZETTE NOW PAGES 20 150 CIPer Year r k l NOW PAGES 20 The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any week r ly published in the West Read by over 300000 yYAiuMI IMlilD SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES ADDRESS j THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO Cincinnati O I J AGENTS Sand for SPECIAL JIt r7 i i E Tn people The Terrible Boy MIa youre got to put Jimmy to bed before dark Whats the matter daughter Why last night when Mr Simpson came Jimmy said Hello kissing1 bug Detroit Free Press A Highly Pleasing Reply Mrs what is the prettiest thing in jewelry you nave seen this year Mr seen nothing my love so charming as you Jewelers Weekly ComimrlHonM Are Otllons about this article on The Most Intelligent Baby in the United States Editor Send it back Want to of fend every young mother in the coun try Brooklyn Life Those Loving Girls tells me young proposed to her last night Viola I dont think I know him well off Tody lie certainly is She refused liim Chicago Daily News lie Thoiifilil JVot jOf unskilled labor Brown Unskilled labor Why they lave to sell goods to the sharpest in the community Puck Expensive Bramble Dobbs thinks he is a good poker player doesnt he Thorne Yes but it costs him a good deal of money to think Y Jour pal Used Something Stronger Smiling Stranger stopping in front of the cage Polly want a cracker Parrot from Missouri Cracker nothin you durn fool I want a chaw oJaoiprl Chicago Tribune Youre looking sour said the maId As by the pan she tripped I cant help that replied the cream You see Ive just been whipped News SweetDearest SweetIve AssistantWhat TodyJennie Isle women soN to l Small Woody Peddlers i San cy Chicago Dally t TRAGEDY OF MONT BLANC One of the Calamities That Freyuent ly Visit the Famous The story of the destruction of the baths of St Gervais at the foot of Mont Blanc in 1892 is told in The Annals of Mont DIane This was one of the ca lamities that scarcely could have been predicted or averted Owing to the stoppage of the sub glacial drainage in some way never as certained a lake was formed under the Tete Housse glacier in which an body of water was pent up at a spot 10000 feet above the sea level Be tween one and two oclock on the night of July 12 1832 the ice that had held the lake gave way The water swept in a torrent of force over the Desert de Pierre Ilonde gathering up thousands of tons of rock and stones in its course It passed with a terrific roar under the hamlet of Bionnassa which it did not injure destroyed half the village of Bionnny on the highroad between Con tamines and St Gervais and tearing up trees as it went along joined the main river of the BonXant Following the and destroy ing on its way the old Pont du Diable it hurled its seething flood of water timber stones and mud upon the solid buildings of the St Gervais baths and crushed them into fragments Then crossing the Chamonix road it spread itself out in the form of a hideous fan over the valley of the Arve destroying part of the village of Le Fayet in its way Such was time catastrophe of St Ger vans which claimed over 150 victitE Utter ruin was everywhere The oiwe lovely gardens of the baths were live or six feet deep in mud fine trees had beer snapped like reeds and enormous blocks of stone were strewn over the dreary waste enormous tremendous riverbed luonatalnu 42 r Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at G S GAINESI- tfully Warranted and Excels all others All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand Florida Havana 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 The Train Service is per u 5 feet in detail Fast sched v ules 24 hours to Jackson v i yule 54 hours v Cincinnati to I Havana Cincinnati leA a WCRINEIIASON G P n- aN e E r y f5ANT1AG0 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS t 2 P JP I Joo IiIiI jI 7 iJ P I iPjl iPiJ jI jI7 t F t THE LEXINGTON RACES ICico for 11irccY arOI l Trotters Much Money Changed Hands LEXINGTON Ky Oct sun light of a perfect October day greeted the opening of the Kentucky Trotting1 Horse Breeder association 27th pro gramme giving the scene a touch of the splendor peculiar to the great days of yore when on the same track in this historic Blue Grass Eden of the kings and queens of the turf romped to glory and defeat of the sport gathered from the corners of the continent The amount of money said to have changed hands on the Futurity is estimated at from 00000 to 890000 the Boston and Louisville contingent going its length on Boralma The feature of the day of the trots was the 10000 Futurity for 3yearold trotters It took six heats of the greatest racing ever seen on this track to decide the race Boralma was the favorite in the opening bettingselling for S100 against the fields 75 Idolita won the first two heats in easy fashion TIC favorite took the third heat in the brush with the and was second to Extasy in finish in the fastest heat of die race the McDowell filly nipping Bor alma at the wire The half was in 104 a wonderful performance for a This was the great heat of the race Away to a good start the Bondsman was first at the quarter Boralma next and Extasy third They passed the half like a triple team In the next quarter Boralma increased his lead to a sulky length The posi tions remained the same to the stand Boralma was wobbling and the game filly coming good and strong in the last 50 yards nipped him on the wire by a scant head In the fifth heat Extasy set a hot pace for fiveeights of a mile and then broke Boralma winning easily It was the same in the sixth except that the filly kept pace to distance stand then broke letting winBoralma Extasy and Idolita were only starters Idolita was distanced leaving first and third money to Boral ma Boralma was bought Monday night by Thomas W Lawson of Bos ton for 517000 on condition of win ning futurity first money 7000 goes to Mr Lawson Mr Lawson won 46 000 in pools He presented 3000 to Gus Macey Boralmas driver Dr T C McCoy of Kirkwood gave Macey 51000The Tennessee stake value 4000 was won by Eyelet after dropping first two heats to the strong favorite Hal B Hal B was driven out in three heats and finished in a ruck in last two Track fast According to old trotting horse men Thomas W Lawson who paid 30000 for the Lawson Pink scored the coup in the history of harness racing Tuesday He bought every pool sold on Boralma his entry in the Kentucky futurity He continued to buy them when Idolita had won two heats and apparently had the race at his mercy In the third heat when Boralma broke in the first quarter and the race seemed lost he merely snapped his fingers saying Never race again After Idolita had landed two heats other plungers took Lawsons bets as easy money As a result all the big betters are broke and have little money to play the Qransylvania Nothing like Lawsons plunge was ever seen here His 40000 worth of pools netted him 550000 so that the pools on the race netted him about 590000 Horses Shipped to New York LEXINGTON Ky Oct D shipped a carload of valuable horses Sunday for the sales in New York this month Among others were two yearlings owned by Maj B G Thomas one by Prince of Mo naco out of Minnie Himyar sister to Domino and the other by Masettc Lena Oliver Coal Mine In LONDON Ky Oct 1 A portion of the Manchester Coal Cos mine at Al tamont caved in Thursday resulting in a complete shut down Just before this happened Henry Ponder a miner was ordered in He objected but upon being forced he entered and was killed being to death Candidate Pratt Broken Down FRANKFORT Ky Oct 4 Cliftou J Pratt republican nominee for attorney is broken physically He has gone to his home at Madisonville Appointed a Marshal LEXINGTON Ky Oct Howard Wilson has been appointed deputy United States marshal to succeed J M Blair who killed Laban T Lewis and was himself shot to death by Lewis Wilson is a prominent republican of Mt Sterling Bracht Nominated for Representative WILLIAMSTOWK Ky Oct 3 The of Grant county nominated Al Bracht of Sherman for He is a farmer and quite well to do Clarence Wllliama Must Hang FBANKFOBT Ky Oct L The court of appeals Friday affirmed the death sentence of Clarence Williams a Bourbon county Negro who killed Josie Tillman a Negro woman with out provocation The governor will fix a day for the hanging of Women Will Vote In Lexington LEXINGTON Ky Oct 3 There will be a nonpartizan ticket here for of of education The women will register and vote for these Six nests to Decide the Futurity 4The trotters lovers four opening Bondsman ahead trotted distance greatest mindwell 3G Wilson shipped crushed 3J republicans representative William members theboard J It Tool before t 3 year old Loral Caves general nfRnara le ma v A FIENDISH DEED An Aged Woman Sho IVhlo Holding tho Vible The Motive Probably Was Robbery RICHMOND Ky Oct 1 News of a dastardly crime at Millers Creek Es till county has reached here Mrs Mary Ann Land aged 70 was seated on the porch of her home reading her Bible Hearing a noise at the barn some distance from the house she got up to go into the house when the intruder fired at her the ball passing through her chest a probably fatal wound When found a few minutes later she was unconscious Her assailant has not been discovered It is supposed he was after which Mrs Land is known to have had about the house Excitement is high over the fiendish deed and threats of lynching her as sailant if caught are freely made Town Marshal Killed INEZ Ky Oct 4 Joseph Kirk town marshal was murdered Sunday by Henry Cassaday in the mountains a few miles away Cassaday fired two shots Saturday at Sampson Kirk 50 without provocation Kirk out a warrant for Cassaday and the warrant was placed in Joseph Kirks hands Kirk rode to the residence of Cassaday but he was not at home C n the way back Kirk met Cassaday Kirk ordered him under arrest and Cassaday raised his Winchester and shot three times Death was A posse is now in pursuit A lynching will occur Goebel Gets tho Rooster LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 4 Secretary of State Finley will award the rooster to the Goebel ticket This is a straight tip Finley has as yet made no public declaration A statute says where there is a split in a party the nominees of the convention called by the authorities shall be entitled to the party emblem Dying In a Stable LEBANON Ky Oct 4 B F jr son of the late Alfred Abell living with his mother near town was found in a stable nearby in a dying condition caused by heart failure He was to his mothers house and died a few minutes later He was Even Stale to tho Coat LOUISVILLE Ky Oct the October grand jury Tuesday morning Judge Barker said he would repeat his usual gambling instruction though he was aware they had become chestnuts to everybody including him self LEXINGTON Ky Sept 30 The noted race horse Sir Walter owned by Mr H K Knapp of New York is again in Kentucky arriving Wednesday night in charge of Shipper Johnny Miller and Thursday he was sent out to Beaumont farm Street Fair at Frankfort FRANKFORT Oct 4 The state capitals street fair was formally by Gov Bradley and Mayor De honey Tuesday morning amid the ringing of fire bells and the flutter of profuse decorations Five thousand people were in attendance Offult Nominated LEBANON Ky Oct Monday nominated Capt A Offut of this city for the state senate Prof J A Timmons who until 1S9G had been a democrat will be the republic an nominee for representative from this district Good Prico for a Vearling LOUISVILLE Ky Oct Monday sold Bore Simmons a yearling trotter to Thomas Lawson of Boston for 53000 Mr Newman recently sold Boralma a 3yearold by the same sire for Dy Goods Man Falls LEBANON Ky Oct G Buck ner of the dry goods firm of W G Buckner fc Co assigned to T C Jack for the benefit of his creditors His liabilities are about 59000 with assets about 7000 to S3 000 New Traveling Auditor LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 3 William J J Preuss has been promoted from fast freight accountant to be traveling au ditor of the L N LOUISVILLE Ky Sept 30 Registra tion days for the November election have been decided on as October 4 5 Suit for Damages PARIS Ky Oct L Wm Hukill sr has sued the Agricultural bank for 52500 damages Mr Hukill fell through an opening in the pavement in front of the new bank building and sustained serious injuries Beware An expectant mother had betty not take at all than those positively dangerous mixtures so widely to her discomfort and nausea She ought to know that outside external treatment is the way that f ti to know that Mot the only remedy that will help her and it is an external liniment her through the entire periodcomparative shortens labor is nolonger to be dreaded it preserves her girlish shape after the and her one will come into world perfect in form and health THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO r ATLAUTA GA I approaching inflicting 300 instantaneous regular removed unmarried 4In charging Asalll in Kentucky opened 4Republicans 4Scott 10000 4W son sand j I I i Z can bly be benefit Se ou J n More than that II Write Cor our free book DeCore Daby IsBoru 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