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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 5, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899100501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 5, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 v 3 TEXTH TEAR. Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaiter, Ky., as Second Class Hatter. LOUIS LA.NDRA.M, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, Beautiful dress Goods OCTOBER 5,1899. ONE DOLLAR, A YEAR g LANCASTER AND VICINITy. Handsome shoes A coal famine is anticipated, Lay in your supply in tims. Have ydur shoes repaired for winter. Several good, second hand buggies T. J. Hatcher can make them as good Wanted, strictljfresh eggs at 121c. and surreys cheap. W. J. Romak as new. II. B. Northcptt. ' at JosEPfi'sr Go $2.00 to Logan & Robinson and get hat for SL25. TIE HASELDEN (Patanted Fob. FILTER. 23, 1899.) t w I FILL ARTD STOCK ABOUT COMPLETE. Silks, Caps, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Skirts, Cloaks, Waists, Carpets, Trunks, Hosiery, Linings, Clothing, Flannels, Blankets, Comforts, Overcoats, Underwear, Dry Goods, Trimmings, and many other items too numerous to mention. Come and see our 'resh countryisorgham at Faulconer When in Danville put your horse up & Herndon at Yeager & Rice's livery. New goodsxoming in at R. L. Jen The court of claims allowed Quite a nings & Co. Paint Lick. number of bills against the county The ladies crowd Joseph's store this week. daily. His sto'clr offalland winter Mrs. Kate Collier bought of J. G goods in superb Sweeney the Charley Sweeney proper ty on Danville street for $2,500. Wanted, first class milk cows with The City Council met Monday night September or October calves.Dairy, Lancstek and transacted a lot of routine busi ness. Permits were issued for the We KNOW you mot beat our erection of four more dwelling houses. prices. Come and le jrove it to J. jfosEPn. The Masonic Lodge will receive fifty you. handsome opera chairs when the ones Farm "Wanted. arrive for the opera house. This will As agent, I will trade desirable complete one of the prettiest lodge town property for a farm. M. D, rooms in Kentucky. Hughes. Another Building. Hemp Seed Wanted. II. A. B. Marksbury & Son have We want 250 bushels well cleaned placed an order for lnmber to build a cultivated late importation hemp seed hemp and grain warehouse and will II. A. H. Marksbury & Son. commence erecting the building soon Smitt & Currey, Agents for Dan as the lumber can be delivered. ville Steam laundry. Work shipped Fre. and received daily. Shirt waists The latest county maps of Kentucky specialtj. Oilice at T. Curreys gr cery and Tennessee will be furnished free store. tf. to the schools of Garrard Co., on apFor Sale or Rent. plication of teacher or School Trustees The Beazley residence, adjoining to R. E. McRoberts. Judge E. Brown's. Possession given On Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, first of any month. Apply to Jas, Mrs. Nell Adams McKinney will be Underwood, Parksville, Ky. 2t. glad to meet the patrons of the GradGood Tlmb'-red school at building. She will explain There has been much talk of the something of her methods of teaching and demonstrate these by two or three democrats nominating Capt. Thos. A. Elkin to make the race for represen recitations. tative. One better qualified would Adam - Forepaus & Sells Bros, cir be hard to find. cus at Lexington, October 11th. One The Mason Hotel is fare for the round trip all stations for sale in this issue. Mrs. Williamstown to Junction City via the Queen & Crescent Route. Tickets Mason wants to get the property off sold October 11th, good to return Oc her hands, on account of her advanctober 12th. Ask your agent for par ed age. It Is a splendid location aiid is enjoying a fine patronage. ticulars. Buell Bootees, at Logan & Robin son's. Wanted Car load Bones anckJfon R. A. Ston& at Joseph' R, Nice fresh Jersey cow for sale. E. Henry. . Mechanics of all kinds arc very busy bee those beautiful plaid skirts and A new line of. tinware and ,China- now, and it is a hard matter to get a ware at Faulcpnef & Herndon. See black crepons at Jennings & Co job of work done. Paint Lick. our prices. Select your winter dress while stock Come and get a jailor made suit at Several Lancaster merchants had is unbroken. We can pleasjvyou iu freight destroyed in the big depot tire ready-mad- e priced Perfect satisfacstyle, quality and price ,J.'Joeph tion guaranteed. L C. Hemphill. at Cincinnati the other night. Most of the brick work on the third Season Tor Planting Hardy Bulbs. Boys, just come ahd see our new story of the Hotel and Opera House i Mrs. Tom Wherritt will sell hardy high top shoes, our new over coats and done and carpenters are now prepar bulbs in 50 cent collections. Call and our pretty neck wear, Jenninus&Co Perfect ing for the roof. sac her. Paint Lick. in eyary Preaching Every Sunday. A line of Ladies' Cloaks is being Hon. Letcher Owsley has been lrak- Sunday night, Rev. Massee said shown, at Joseph's which cannot be ing many speeches in the present cam some confusion as to hisappointments surpassed by any 'house in Central paign, and the papers speak highly Detail had arisen. He said he would fill his Kentucky of his addresses. DETAIL. pulpit every Sunday morning and evening, unless expressly announced othYou can buy a buggy, Surrey, road Ground has been broken and work Separates trnsli wagon or harness low down. ) Do not begun on the Baptist parsonage. Tlie water Is filtreu. from the water V'fore the erwise. want to hold them over through the house will be a neat and attractive one, Water filters upward thronsh selve. preRepublican Speaking. mixed with filtering w. Jqmans. which will be of great benefit to the vent In? Hash from winter. liird umn. leaves. trah etc.. canHon. George Denny, of Lexington, not o alblv enter material, its it chnrch. cmicli in the bottom of Ulcer before water Is will address the voters of Garrard There is much sickness in town at filtere. county at the Court House tomorrow present. It is mostly fever. With a Call up Rice Benge' stable and have Wnen screw capn romnvert.it allows filter to thoroughly. There is no chance fr Friday, at 1:30 o'clock. Being an old good plant to supply pure water, and his new 'buss call at your door if you dry out any hugs or kind of to accumulate as it Garrard boy and a splendid speaker wash away the filth, this would be in want to catch a train. Ho never for does In other filters Insectdum:ues. from the Judge will have a big crowd out to very large measure prevented. gets an order, and insures polite at J. R. HASELDJiun, hear him. tcntion and reasonable charges. Hotel and Opera House Rented. Lancaster, Ky The Courier-Journannounces tl e The Hotel Co., has closed a contract Important Tl- oUng. engagement of Miss Chastine McGregr witli Mr. F. C. Fissinger for the new The Ladles' Aid Society will meet or and Mr, Ernest Sprague. The cere hotel and Opera House. Mr. Fissing with Mrs. Simpson Saturday after mony will be said in Christ Church er has been in the hotel business ah noon, It will he regular election of Cathedral, that city, Nov. 21. Miss his life and lately gave up the Com' Officers, nnd all are requested to at McGregor is a great favorite in Lan mercial, at Athens, Qa. Ho bring tend. caster society, having been the fre- the highest recommendations as a ho To ITIanonlc members. quent visitor of Mrs. W. R. Cook. tel man and gentleman. We were un The notes given by various brethren able to learn the figures in the matter. Hon. Geo Gilbert. die lease of the Opera House is only toward the Home for Aged and In Hon. George Gilbert, one of the for remainder of this year. firm Masons are now due and must be cleanest and best men in the demopaid by the 10th of this month. Please Former G irrnrd M , cratic, or any other party, will speak call at National Bank, or on R. Kin- We notice that Mr. J. B. Walker, of naird. secretary, and pay same at at the Court House in Lancaster, Oct county court d.;y. A year or si- Kirksville, isa candidate fo:- - the of- - once. Beazley & BaugjuiiiU!, ago Mr. Gilbert was a comparative rice of county clerk of Madison. We Hon. AH' Taylor Coming. stranger to Garrard people, but todaj Jo not know the qualities of his op-no man has more friends here than ponents, but will say that they will! Prof. J. II. Patterson has arranged Funeral DircctGrs. have to be mighty good men if they, to have the famous lecturer, Alf Tay-ly- r, has he. A big crowd will hear him. here first night in November, jutclass this young gontleman. Jim, The Blind Tiger cases were called Walker was born and nilspfl in ftnr. part of proceeds to be used for benefit Arterial ami Cavity Embalming yesterday and continued 'til tomorrov , rard and moved to ivirksvillo eighteen !of Lancaster Graded School library A Specialty. s some knotty law problems were in years ago, at which place he has heen IIe is through this state at volvcd yesterday, Judge Brown va- engaged in tlie mercantile business umL 111110 anH uus may Da our last cite.l the bench and Capt Herndon 6 er since. He was a school mate of opportunity to hear one of the great-Lli- e Full Line of chosen to preside. It would have ta writer for a number of years jn 'est lecturers of the age, bing even a n ken ten Philadelphia lawyers and fif Lancaster, and graduated at George-- uaer of nis broUlL'r G)V- - Robert Furniture and Carpets. ' teen Dutchmen to understand the law College. He is an honest ami'lor- - His happy way of presenting the terms being used, so we anticipate upright man, and if Jim Walker ever i humorous and the real sides of life Judge Herndon s decision to be that told a lie or defrauded a man, the fact ,,()lds an audienee, producing langh-wa- s Jxo.T.Hays, J.I. Hamilton. . J.E.Kobison "Blind Tiger isa varmint wnich roams never known. He is as straight 'tcrand tears alternately. He costs the woods with the 'Painter'." a? a die and as true as steel. If our,11'"11' but the price of admission will Hays, Hamilton & fiotinson, friends in Madison want a. th ru.u,'h!y' 03 in tlia reacn of alL 11,3 subject No Formal Opening. competent and reliable clerk, thav . w, 03 "Poetry and Pearls, Attorneys ami C&uuselcrs at law Miss Sallie D. Tillett wishes to say will surely fiiuMho njan ill Jim Walk to her customers that, owing to the er. LANCASTER, KY. More local 011 page 3. critical illness of her brother, she will have to omit the customarv "Ooen- ing" this Fall. She has a lovely-lin- e of the latest styles lit millinery, and 3 the stock will be ready for inspection tomorrow, but she is unable to make the usual preparations and decora tions the stores always have at this season of the year. She hoDes hei patrons and friends will excuse the omission and remember her when tljey are ready to make their fall few purchases. Her stock is the most ,frg.yg TV t;t ,yx 'aTv '7r. ' complete sjie has ever brought on. rrr 7 m EVRY tuso 1 r - 1 - 10-t-- well-know- n - Accepted the Call. Rev. Henry Faulconer accepted the its last $1.25 excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday. call to the Richmond church and to Cincinnati. Lat Excursion Tay-.ow- The L. & N. will run Stock anfl Prices. We will have our Cloak Opening 0ct.l2.13andl4. LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY Sells Bros' & Forepaugh's combined circuses show at Stanford next Tues day week, the 17th. Unless providen Sam Jones Coming. tially hindered, we will sit on the Two young gentlemen have made same rail with Bro. .Walton and watch arrangements to bring the noted di the gal with slender underpinlng jump vine, Sam Jones to Lancaster, and he the banners. will appear here Oct. 18 at the Court Tloved to Bryantsvllle. House. Sam Jones is just the kind of Dr. G. A. Traylor has moved from man needed here. His scoring of the Sunday-onl- y Christians, thegossippers the Hubble neighborhood to Bryants-villwhere he wjjl practice his proand hypocracy generally, is worth fession, Dr. Trayjor is 3, fine physimuch to hear. cian and a man of high standing. He All Want Water. has done good work for Trip Record Its very seldom you run across a in many ways, and wo take great fellow who is opposed to water works. pleasure in besbeaking for him a libOf course there are a few, but very eral practice. few. Our people are almost a unit for A Bad Affulr. progress. A general giggle went Saturday night as John Leavoll, a around when telephones were spoken respected young white man, of, and electric lights were hooted at, highly now the people would not do with was coming through the notorious but out either.lt will be the same with Battle Row, he was struck on the head the water. After the plant is in op- seemedwitli a large rock. No oqg to know who eration the people will wonder hpw bov came to town andthrew it, and the had Dr. Acton they ever got along without them. dress the injury, which at the time was considered serious. Tlie Rati Road. Leavell was As stated in last issue of The Rec taken to tlie borne of his mother, Mrs. ord, the .committee finished its work Susie K, Leavell, on the Buckeye pike. of seeing the land owners, and all, Sunday his skull was trepaned. Lem save one or two, agreed to leave the ell had to pass through Battle Row in matter to a committee to agree on the order to get to town from his home, damages. When the men meet they and no cause can be assigned for the will go over the land, and in case they dastardly deed. He is a young man cannot agree a third man will be se of high standing, and a nephew of A lected by the two. As soon as this is Arch K. and Wm. F. Kavanaugh. done it will not take long to secure strong effort is being made to learn t e the subscriptions. Our people are ful- guilty, but the denizens of the notore will stick together and ly awakened to the importance of se- ious curing this road and everybody will shield oneanother In any kind of de give according to his means. The vilment. matter has been greatly delayed by Several Accidents. reason of the farmers being busy. InLast Friday was one of accidents. terest in the matter continues to grow While driving on Lexington street, and our people are determined to leave Miss Virgie Conn's horse became no stone unturned that will assist in into greatest benefactor frightened and ran sister-in-la-a cart, throwgetting this, the Mrs. ing she and her the country could hope for. Lucy Conn and'baby into the street. Miss Conn was severely injured and The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette, No weekly published in this country the other lady badly jarred. They is more generally known or extensive were moved to the residence of R. H. ly read than the Cincinnati Weekly Batson and Dr. Acton summoned. He Gazette. Its special departments de found Miss Conn to have a rib broken voted to agriculture, poultry, markets, and the other lady badly bruised. literature, with other special features They were taken home Sunday and have no equal. It has lately been in are rapidly improving. The same day Tom Burdett, engi creased in size to twenty pages, which are compactly filled with the most inv neer at Leavell & Son's Planing Mills, portanfc news of the world, and jpst got his hand caught in the machinery what the family fireside most enjoy, and badly lacerated. In a word, the Weekly Gazette has That afternoon Mr. J. M. Farra had the largest weekly c Irculatioo of any a close call. While standing on the weekly published in the Central States new hotel building, a stray bullet, supposed to have been fired by one of This speaks for itself. We call special attention to' the ad- the numerous reckless users of fire vertising of the Weekly Gazette on arms, struck his hat and broke the another page of this paper. No home bark on his head. Had the bullet is complete without the Weekly Ga come half an inch lower, John would have now been telling St. Peter how zette. Just think of it, a twenty-pag- e weekly for only fifty cents per year! he would improve the New Jeiusahm We most heartily recommend it to by having the Southern Railway come oar readers, that way, e, hell-hol- 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 2:52 a. m. and gets back at 12:2!), night, giving the entire day in the city. preached his first sermon Sunday. lie is delighted with his location and charmed with his congregation. He will preach every Sunday, ! LOW PRICES IS THE T i. 'tt i Mother of our Popularity, j g p j I I p t '' Frali w- - rthy Work, The ladies have undertaken to raise funds with which to place a handsome gate at the entrance of the Cemetery. This is a move in which everyone having friends buried there should be interested. We have the prettiest Cemetery m this section, and the old farm gate now at the entrance is an eyesore that should have been remov ed long ago. - It has been arranged for the ladies to meet at the Masonic Lodge room, (in the W. C. T. U. room) next Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, when definite steps will be taken to push the plan to a successful end. It is earnestly hoped that all the ladies interested in this matter will be present, Don't forget the time, Monday afternoon at 2:30. A BIG RAID. A D.tectlve Slips Into the $5.00 Suit, Best $7.50 Suit, Best $10.00 Suit; Best $12.00 Suit, Best $15.00 Suit, Best $16.00 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 $10.00 Ulsters and you will buy it without a word. fA Come iu and get one of our 1.25 Hats and Save 75c. W, ALE SHAPES and COLORS. i Buell Bootees $3.50, 4 and $5. a pair you will not hesitate to buy another pair. Blind Tlgert Camp and Captures a Number of tlie Rare 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, If you have ever worn Lace s a detective, of Crab Orchard, came to town and made no effort to conceal his business here, ne went about it systematically and Friday warrants sworn out in had forty-tw- o the Police Court against colored people residing on the "Chute." Mr. Steenberger secured the assistance of three other men to do the buying, and kept away from the tigers himself, Those brought before Judge Brown were Ellen Evans, Spencer Royston, Sam Royston, Josh Ray, LewIsAnde.- son, Ben Guinn, Cicero Humber and Cary Mullins. They all gave bond to appear yesturday, Wednesday, and the cases will be tried separately. Mr. Steenberger has been quite successful as a local detective and has done much to tantalize the tiger. This week there is being tried in the Danville courts seventy odd cases for illegal liquor selling which were worked u.j by him. The arrest created quite a stampede on the "Chute" and a fellow, who ought to know, said "things are as dry as a pone down there now," 0 li Tflj M are the things for winter. "We K- have never "bean as well fixed as we are this season on Men's heavy working shoes. A look will convince you that we are the People to "buy heavy shoes of. - SEE OUR FANCY. SHIRTS. UNDERWEAR AT ALL PRICES. Coins and buy your winter outfit of us. "We -- 2 will take care of you. LOGAN & ROBINSON. QENTBAL RECORD jiowp market in Central 3Cen- TIME TABLES. biien quite active recently, K. C. Branch. The Kentucky River Mills, of Frank Sputh.VadMtxed, passes Lancaster 11:10 i.m Mrs, Emily irewitt sold a mtrle coll fort, have been strong buyers In "Wood " 3:35 P. X Mixed, " to Wm. tfmneii ior ssu. iVisia first crew the cherry. the ford county, their purchasers in tho North-b'n2:52T.m " Pass'gr ,r LOUIS LAJNDRAX. Publisher. last few weeks amounting to 100,000 D Li JFrewitt oougni, 01 uomus v,uyT peach and the plumb. . " 1239A.M. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. m lbs. Mr. J. L. Bohannon, their repre Nouthb'nd his farm in Madison. Price, $60 per hunter-claim- s on to. have A Maine Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. sentative, boughtfrom Mr, Jesse Mar acre. had his pipe lighted by a flash of .$1.00 tin, Monday, 14,030 pounds at $5. H. Lv. Lexington, dally 11:25 a. m. and 8:30 P. M ADVAMCa. property YAB, IN Mrs David Jones sold her . .50 " " 3:10 " SOHK Months. B. Marksbury, of Lancaster, has been Ar. Washington, " .... 6:15. 0 . 3b in Kirksville, to Kirby Grimes for " " A tree on a plantation near "Natchez at work south of Nicholasvillc, having " 7:05 " " Philadelphia, .... 10:25 ' cash. 12:10 noon" 9:08 " has been struck by lightning seven purchased of John Powell about 40,000 "New York, " p. si. " 7:15 a. 8:00 "Boston. Jno. Hicks bought of J n Posey 40 times. THUB3DAY, October 5, 189a pounds; of N. J. Cone, 55,000 pounds sleepers acres of land on the waters of Back t is estimated that we use anually - as $5 in the barn. With m anila at 11 ton.ThroughG. Cramerto New York from Lexiug Ticket Agent, Lexington John Creek, at $30 per acre. cents per pound and sisal at 8 cents Ky. in the United States over 90,000,000,BRYANTS VI LIE. is 000 matches II B Roy, the postmaster at Nina, prospects are good for a high price for ery poorly with heart trouble, and London has 1,000 houses that are hemp in the spring. The dry weather Call at Mrs. A. S. Haselden's and and able to attend to office duties. tenantless because they are .supposed has cut the crop short in Kentucky O J Moberley has about finished his to Se haunted. and this afso points to higher prices. sec her new millinery. She has the nrttiAst. line ever brought to this new house and is now sinking a well Both hay and oats are much better The Government will heereaf ter be a OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. which is well, as all wells are jrell that crops in Ireland this year than they larger consumer of the Kentucky proplace. Having sold my farm, I will sell publicly at Dr Elliott having bought the James do well. have proved to be in Great Britain duct, as the soft fiber plant at the on the premisesbest Camp Dick Robinson, to bidder. ou Boston navy yard has been doubled. the highest and The most stubborn cases of Bronch The same results occurred last year. Adams farm will move to it the first Several of the large Erstern mills are Saturday, Oct. 14, 1899 of January. The house and lot he va itis succumb to COUSSEN'S HONEY msu iiiiiKiug uuuiuuus tu liiuu u ver tne follow! ng personal property. 10 shorthorn ouno U) Know Lu.iu wiicn cates will be for rent. For particulars OF TAR. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. II any cows, 8 red weanling calves, 7 horses, 7 work lm Yftfl fering l from SUIU kidney trouble worked plants. Woodford Sun & J. E. Stormes call on J. S. Haselden, Bryantsville LI1;l,J lUUIUUjr ID L'u SUIU, 111 mules, 2 binders, good as new, (1 JlcCormick John Baker's sale last Saturday was Kidney Cure. Guaranteed only feed the flame of ley's and 1 Deering), 1 roller, cutting harrow, 2 Nature can Augupt Flower. di well attended. Stock and farming or money refunded. C. & J. E. wheat drills, 1 Phaeton, 1 cutting box, 2 reC. life with the food eaten which is 2 farm liable "It is a surprising fact," says Prof. wagon incubators, 1 1brooder, machine,wagons, cested. IIERBIXE will reinvigorate implements brought good prices. Mr Stormes. houseand harness, mowing Houton, "that in my travels in all parts hold mid kitcheu furniture. a week stomache, and so improve di Baker will try his luck in the West. In the Soudan horses are shod with of the world, for the last the years, I Sale begins at 1:30 o'clock. Gallery in Central Ky., having This is now the most gestion as to insure the natural bloom We wish him success. camel's skin: in Austria horse shoes have met more people, having used been recently equipped with Thousands of the most stubborn and JAS. T. ADAMS. of health: Price 50 cts. U. U. & J. & of cow hide. A Ger Green's August Flower have been tried than any other distressing cases of piles have been man not loner aero invented a horse Mr and Mrs Josh Dunn and daugh cured by TABLER'S BUCKEYE shoe of paper, which had been satura- remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies ter, Miss Ella, called for their letters PILE OINTMENT. It never fails to ted with oil, turpentine and other in and stomach, and for constipation. I find for tourists and salesmen, or for that at Pleasanc Grove church Sunday cure. Price 50 cts in bottles, tubes gredients". iOK SALE persons filling office positions, where much to the regret of their many 75cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. It has been declared that every headaches and general bad feelings They friends in this community. Rev. Fagley, of Lincoln county, is strawberry plant shoula produce a from irregular habits exist, offer that Ontoaccount of old age, I bidder for being among the best working mem holding a few night meetings at Beth- - dollar, it would, therefore, behoove us (if the highest and Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Moulds August Flower is a grand sale sold privately beforebest time) on not that in the church. They will be sad ei cnurcn inoraer toiorm meacquaiu- - 0 be careful in seuing uiem ouu. uuu bers ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be sys ly missed. May they be welcome in tance of the membership, he having n0 root bo exposed, and yet let no dirt remedy. It does not injure the Monday, Oct. 33rd, 1899 appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to tem by frequent use, and is excellent their new home in Broadhead. taken the care of the church for the come higher than even with the top for sour stomachs and indigestion." County Court day for Garrard county, the most Elaborate Paintings, air.ong the lot is the !New French Lanmy Hotel property "FLEUR-DE-L- IS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, On the 10th of December, 1897, Rev ensuing year. of the plant. Simple bottles free at J E Stormes' caster Ky., known in the town of Hoas the Mason S. A. Donahoe, pastor M. E. church Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require Dizziness, loss of appetite, flatulency i man huuua tnu luwuMniB j)ru store. gold by dealers in all tel, with all the appurtenances thereSouth, Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., contract and nausea are all connected with tion, based on persona, experience tu clvmzcd C()UntrieSi a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. unto belonging. 11 ed a severe cold which was attended dypepsia or indigestion. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. Said Hotel Is well located' situated on StanIIERB1NE Mi a farmers 01 &OUU1 uaroiina: ford street in said town, adjoining the Court from the beinning by violent coughing will give prompt releif. Price oO cts. you put among a flock of sheep from House, irontine on Btaniora street iuo leec ana FLATWOODS. running back 200 feet to an allev. The hotel He says: "After resorting to a num C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm three to four male goats, the dogs will mostly brick, with a frame addition and con 'specifics,' usually kept Sheep always ber of tains 17 rooms besides the kitchen and other seems that Lancaster has more rarelv attack them.' It ontbuilolugs, including a good Ice bouse. On to no purpose, I purchas goats for protection. in the house, Mrs. Clouse is confined to her bed this Hotel lot is a good stable 36 x feet with tigers than any town in our run to the & EDUCATION Chamberlain's Cough blind a new metal shed attached, 14 x feet all in eda bottle of Gen. Black, agent for Nelson with a sprained ankle. knowledge, and if they are allowed, good repair and is now used as a LIVERY Remedy, which acted like a charm, Morris, Chicago, has bought in MadiSTABLK. This hotel has been doing the prin absolutely necessary to the youn Is you may expect ouna ouueis irom Mr. David Cloyd, of Rowland, visit ciple hotel business 01 tne town lor many years most cheerfully recommend it to the any direction. So says John Farra, son county, nearly 1,000 head of heavy man or young woman who would win ona nas now tne largest patronage. ed at W II Furrs', Monday. public" For sale by R. E. McRoberts and he is good authority. success m life. This being conceded export cattle at five cents, for deliveThis is a good opportunity as well as an in Mrs. Betsy Perrin spent Monday at vestment to tne proper party, mis property very front rank lm "nmcrmst- ry in November. The sales amount ' - DO- wm uc soia as a wiioie. t is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the WniTE'3 CPE AM VERMIFUGE to almost $70,000. These cattle will her nephew's Mose Lawson. Lancaster is a town of 2,000 population and Mrs. Emily Peel, of .Logan, Jessa is a highly valuable preparation, cap be exported to England for tho Christ and situated on high Jim Carr, of color, bought a small is crowing ranidlvwith a lihe gradedaschool and THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE mine county, was the guest of her healthy location, and from the promptitude of its act farm from Squire Parson's, near Un- churche of all denominations and clever LOUISVILLE, KY. Potcr Dunn, Saturday and able,of clearing the system in a few mas market. brother, citizens and Is surrounded bv as rich ion school house. land as yon will find in any other portion of Mr Jeff Dunn attended ion, Sunday. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line 25 cts. C. A Short Sua Story. bluegrass region of Kentucky. It rite lor Graduates of this college preferred by business houses. occupylna Mrs hours of every worm. Price E. W Faulkner sold all his house the famous Electric Light and Telephone sys, rmirt :it Harrodseurcr Monday has a good lm a beautiful book giving testimonials from gradnatea be mailed C. & J. E. Stormes. A Cold. xud a hold furniture, farming implements, tern worts, frnncaise has been granted for Wa SHORTHAND, C. n Peacock, of Jellico. Tenn., arrived prominent positions all over the United 6tates it will ou Neglect. ter it is on tne to yor FREE. Mrs. Elzeriah Jones Ray is visiting etc., last Saturday, preparatory to the K.O. division of theKicnniona lirancn and TELEGRAPHY. Saturday to be the guest of his moth L.iN. K. It. Co.. Pneumonia. ia ou the line of recent survey of the Southern moving to Muncie, Ind. Dr. Traylor, of relatives and friends in Madison, and or ATrs. "NTnrv Ford Kailwav ConiDauv connecting Bnrgin with Grief. Gillead their other rood at Jellico, Tenn., of about 90 Hubble, was in this vicinity on bus attending the meeting at miles wnlch will make a through line from nad Foley's Honey and Tar been additions to date It Muy Save Your tlfe. here church. Thirty-fiv- e Louisville to Knoxville and tne south. iness last week. He will locate Kirby and Mrs Grimes, of Kirks- used this story would have had a hapA dose or two of Foley's Honey and "WE INVITE OUR FRLENDS. Mr Frank Parks sale permanently TEKMS: are visiting her father and moth- nipr nndincr. 25 and 50c. C. C. & J. Tar will prevent an attack of pneu- - nn 1. AnnV, VnnA ; .. nrA fr.i'Si TAiia was postponed on account of sickness. ville, beau- E. Stormes. Miss Talitha, the TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME m fcqUal Installments with interest on defermuiiia, grip ur seveic cum ii uiiw-. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Hence Bush, of Paint er at Nina rate oi per (0) time. Cures coughs, colds, croup, la- - rea payments at tne 1st 1900 ountil cent per an L,ick. visited in this neighborhood tiful daughter of W T Cotton, of paid when num from January Dry manure in the soil about trees grippe, hoarsenesF, difficult breathing, nossessiou will be given as the nronertv is 111., is visiting relatives in Gar C M Jennines and wife, of Snndav rented until that time. A lieu retained on is often injurious rather than helpful. whooping cough, incipient consumpWT rard and Madison counties property for purchase money. Danville, were the guests of relativ roots do not come near Gives For further information apply to my son, W or bronchitis. Bradshaw and wife are visiting their Usually the here Sunday. manure is tion, asthma, the surface, and if the positive relief in advanced stages of son, John, in Decatur, 111. MRS. ELIZABETH J. MASON. plowed under so as to be near them it consumption, asthma or bronchitis. Free of Charge, Why experiment on yourself with Capt. I. M. Dunn. Auctioneer. subsoil dry, unless cnougn Guaranteed. C. C. & J. E. Stormes Any adult suffering from a cold set- remedies of doubtful utility when you makes the water penetrates to the roots to begin tled on the breast, bronchitis, throat can get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is only thoroughly wet 0) troubles of any nature, who hich has stood the test of time? rottinelt. It can help trees, A Dlssustlng Accident. or lung Complete stock of manure which waa drug store, rwenty-fiv- e Mrs. Portico (at seaside hotel)-will call at J E Stormes' years' sale and use have crop in the The entire cucumber shocked to hear that your daughter's bo will be presented with a sample bot- proven that remedy to be a prompt and northeast of Benton Harbor, her this morning. tle of Boschee German Syrup, free of certain cure for colds. It will cure a district representing over 2,000,000 horse ran away withwas perfectly hor- Mich., Mrs. Veranda It charge. Only one bottle given to one cold in a day if taken as soon as vttie The Blue Grass Nurseries offer of small pickles per season for rible! disgusting! person, sand none to children without cold has been contracted and before it bushels everything for Orchard, Lawn and "I heard she was not hurt?" the last ten years, has in the last ten order from parents. has settled in the system. Sold by R. days been completely destroyed by a "There wasn't a young man on the Garden. Full stock of Fruit and No throat or lung remedy ever had E. McRoberts Druggist. foreign small red bug. The new pest, drive, uhu aiic nua jiitntu mj - N. Y. Ornamental Trees, Grapes, Small such a sale as Boschee's German SyrThe Mormon Elders that have been altliouffh much smaller, belongs, to old married men and a porter."up in all parts of the civilized world. tramping over the country all summer Fruits. Asparagus. Shrubs, and inflv-bufamily. The total loss Weekly. H Twenty years ago millions of bottles have left for parts unknown. They L growers is estimated at over $100, everything kept in such an estab A Ilia: Haul. were given away, and your druggists had rougn sailing in secuuut. ui uai- - 00Q "Summer girl, summer girl, where have ijshment. We employ no agents will tell you its success was marvelous rard, and we haven't heard of but one , siiarD frost occurred over the and I've just come Descriptive catalogue on applica"I've been It is really the only Throat and Lung man converted to their religion, and nnrfc o tlie state las week. It tion to in." Remedy generally endorsed by physi- as they are not looking for men, alto- , d enoUKh to bite tender plants "While you were out, little girl, you cians. One To cent bottle will cure or gether, 1 guess is the cause of their H. F. HILXENMEYER, vecetables. but comparatively cautrht what?" prove its value. Sold by dealers in all leaving us to the kind mercies of the and Lexington, Ky few of these kinds were exposed. Some "I hooked in the lobster who owns the Phone 279, civilized countries. Creator, in whose hands I had much scattering remnants of tobacco crops yncht." Philadelphia North American. rather be than in the fellowship of and probably some sweet potatoes polygamy, and the Leaf scribbler. were caught, but there was not enough Her Comment. MARKSBURY. Maud Muller on a summer day of these exposed to make the damage Watched the judge who rode away. It Saved Her Life. material. "If he had nerve enough," quoth she, Henry Parks bought of Frank Parks of new tobacco of "To come 'round to the husking bee When a hogshead Miss Mamie Smith, of Middlesboro, And find a red ear well, 1 guess $10. four shoats for common quality and with thesumwrites: Ky., We'd maybe cure his bashfulness. Mr. John Pritchett sold.his farm to If men plain common sense would note Tuviit.t.io sister had the Croun very mer juices but half dissipated by curMuch poetry would not get wrote. uu Ann Dodd, of color, for $500. bad. I gave her several doses oi n o- - ing sens at iu Washington Star. means uiab KenWr B Tuggle sold to Clayton Arnold ley's Honey and Tay and she was in auction market it QUITE APPnOPUIATE. get good prices for a bunch of fat hogs for $3.50 per nun stantly relelved. It saved her life. tucky planters will lm their crops. All the trusts in the C & J. E. Stormes. dred. world can't compel the farmer to raise A J Rice sold to Frank Hunt, the tobacco unless he gets enough to pay farm known as the "Old Kemper McCREARY. him a profit on the production, and place. manufacturers seem to have learned Reuben Naylor sold to T I Herring, Alex Walker bought hogs fromMoi- - this iesS0n. Courier-Journa- l. 3 shoats for 3ic per lb., also 5 hogs at ton Broaddus at 4c per pound. Eneland has come to Kentucky to 3ic per lb, to C A Robinson. Clayton Arnold bought hog from buy a thousand mules for immediate For all fresh cuts or wounds, in either Robert Gullev and J W Hill at 4c per delivery. These mules are to be taken the human subject or in animals, as to South Africa and will be used for nound. dressing, BALLARD'S SNOW LIN Siler, of Flatwoods, bought war purposes by tne bngnsn govern John PINE-TAR-HON-EY IMENT is un excelled; while for sores cattle of Sanders & Walker at 4 cents ment. This order will prooaoiy De on working horses, especially if slow per pound. followed up by additional orders and LUNOS. TO THE WEAK AND WEARY COUQH-WORto heal, or suppurating, its healing impetus that it will give to the "I wish to express my thanks to the the market will, it is thonght, send nii.nlltifs ar uneaualed. Price. 25 cts Colic, mule Nature's Remedy improved by science to a harmless, pleasant, positive cure. COUGH, anri w,k. fl C. & J. E. Stormes. lm manufacturers of Chamberlain's prices of mules up to something like LUNG AND BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS never linger in Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for the figure once maintained. contact with that most natural and speedy cure. and pret having put on the market such a won Mr. James Hawkins, wife The farmers of narrison county Massin-gil- l, ty little daughters, Pearl Esther and derful medicine," says W. W. have prepared and a good many of of Beaumont, Texas. There are Mattie Mae, of Nelson county, visited them have signed the following peti Mrs Belle many thousands of mothers wuose tion. "We, the undersigned -- farmers, AR-HONEY relatives here last week -TBurnside, Misses Willie Belle Burn children have been saved from attacks and stock raIsers ' m order d sh , side and Elsie Palmer, of Lancaster of dysentery and cholera infantum LU for were guests of Mr Nixon Perkins who must also feel thankful. It is to keep our fen-- 1 of dogs, and Miss Anna sale by R E McRoberts Druggist, lm ces up and and gates closed, agree advances a New Theory in the Treatment of Coughs. It cures the Cough by curing tne family Tuesday night "I say, old man, what on earth can I Cause. This rerhedv cuts the mucus and destroys the germs of disease and heals and soothes. R L Warner and sister, Miss Lillie, Pollard entertained quite a number of one another not to go to the fancy dress hall in and with fHftnds and 'relatives Sunday. Those visited friends in Madison last week. permit any fox hunting upon our Coughs, Colds, Croup. Whooping Cough and Lung oh, 1 know chaik you head and go so that there is no inclination to cough. .spent an enjoyable day J H Hardin has returned to his farms or premises, and we further as a billiard cue." Ally Sloper, nresent disappear by its use as snow before the sunshine of spring. Soreness Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson, vis home in Decatur, 111., after a visit to agree that If any person or persons Her Celestial Occapatloa. Mrs Zack ited Mrs R L Jennings at Paint Lick, his father, M. Hardin persist in fox hunting we will pay a There'll be no peace in Heaven Mrs Ike Arnold, of Simpson is up again, after a severe reasonable amount to a lawyer to pros inch wpftk When Mrs. Hustle dies; For she will start Washington county, is visiting Mr and spell of sickness. .. .The Misses Clark' ecute parties so offending." ALL DRUGGISTS ARE HEREBY AUTHORIZED to refund the price The mansions In the skies. , Mrs Thos Arnold.... The Misses Ar- have been the guest of Misses SaHie Town Topics. if it fails to give entire satisfaction in any and all cases, child or adult Million GIvenAway. nold, accompanied by their guest, Mrs and Myrtle Nave and a crowd went public Xjons and Drearj-- . to Crab Orchard, Sunday. It is certainly gratifying to the land Ike Arnold, visited Mrs Ike Arnold from there BBOHCHITU CVKED. one concern in the Father McSweeny Dennis, if you TVr cessnxraesr cukeb. Mr and Mrs Sam Cotton have to know of near Paint Lick, Sunday. . . .Miss Min 111 Pina.T&r.Honev ia the best COBKB I had a Terr MYere cold aad aera ttort tm f or one year. fact, I thonght I was taking; pgeaaoiile. x oi in who are not afraid to be generous to- keep on in this way you will shorten remedy we have erer used. My wife had ase- - I have sold nie Daley visited Misses Mary and been guests of friends and relatives ur. seji-- nwj-j- i bottle it fere case ox nroncaius ana larou vroaiini uu rina five a spicuiuuMiss mj uu wv of this a the needy and suffering. The propri- your days. eaa atella Howell, bottles to oae day aad Dennis Oi was t inkin that same a sample bottle relieved her to such an extent Bold wno was considered to aavo cohboqip- Bad After aaing it remedy t&as mlgat X aaea say Florence Dunn, at Bryantsville Sat Madison. . . .Miss Jennie Hardin visit- etors of Dr. King's New Discovery for zor ner. ana sne is puce, 4 a n best i ever urday and Sunday, Miss Mary accom ed in Bethel neighborhood and at- Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have meself, father. Oi was sober two days that I bought dollar bottle We will never be tion. She is now in good health.- - T. Qra- - tnat -d j, theIt hiahlv to everybody . Lawla O. now almost fully recovered. in oar ham, Druggist, urantsDurg, in. Dr. Davis, J. P., AUeaviue, Mo. spend the remain tended preaching there last week. wake, and they war the longeshb wlthoat T. A. Bell's lasht 1111 nanied her home to Wilbnrn, Taylorsville, Ky. house. given away over ten mijnon .ixiai uut- - dayg Qf me joHechicago Times-He- r dpr of the week. ...Mrs H D Aldridge Dies Ol WHS grcuu muuiwirc, aim uuibi Working Night and Day. was so fortunate as to draw the high Lookout for Substitutes: Dsmand BELL'S PINE -- TAR -- HONEY abso- The busiest and mightiest little the satisfaction of knowingithas cases. prize, a sett of dishes, at the Blue est ind do not let anv drupeist offer vou one of those cheao syndicate coueh mixtures on which he makes a big profit made is Dr. King'sNew lutly cured thousands of hopeless Grass Grocery. She wishes the Blue thing ever was Asthma, Bronchitis Hoarsness and all d every thing at once and 1 all success for Life Pills. Every pill is a 1 II UAUCV Grass Grocery Company Lungs come to me! riiic-iMi-nuii- ci globule of health,that changes weak- disease of the Throat, Chest and their fair dealings. by it. Call on. R. E Nora Yes, ma'am. ness into strength, listlessness into are sure cured Ky. Mrs. Naggsby Now, what's the baby Prepared only by THE E. E. SUTHHKT.iVKD MEDICINE CO., into mental power. McRoberts Druggist, and get a free enenrv. brain-faf- f The Banner File Care. building up tho trial bottle. Regular size 50.e and $1 crying for?. wonderful in Nora-'Ca- use I dropped him, munv--r Is Banner Salve. It gives immed They're . Rnin Vnr TCvfirv bottle euaranteed or price re' j uiuj oa rriief and will soon effect a cure. xieaitu. McRobert. fv w --xunaea. R. E, 85 C-- C. C & J. E. Stormes. MSA, Tfrfc tuky jiaa North-b'n- d d SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW $1,-10- m- AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. PUBLIC SALE R. E. NT ROBERTS. 1 i Fox Jlrz Cralle DANVILLE, MASON HOTEL Th.e Marvelous Arm intimate Lenses Tnese Lenses FLATTER. r """ V CO CO A BUSINESS BOOK-KEEPIN- - ! u Lc-ro- y, (; Toilet Articles and Books. DRUGGISTS m I TREES! TREES i i IPURE DRUGS i 1 LILLAKlT STOUT 1 DANVILLE, KY. SUNDRIES. ir ,.. m Like 0020S Or. BELL'S N Dr. Bell's PINE TRY A ' 25o BOTTLE ON A GUARANTEE. house-cleanl- -. reco-ma- A 1 A I sugar-coate- 7 un. n.,. o. -- I Tit-Blt- j J nii ay an (it J uiumii Pacak, McRoberts' Drug Store, Lancaster. dell o niui-- Tin is 4 More than our Customers appreciate the Great Bargains we are now giving them. We worked hard in select- f - Dewey Never Appreciated His Welcom ing our stocks and know that our prices cannot be duplicated by competitors. I 1 EkEGANT SUITS BOTTOM PRICES. SUPERS SHOES (HANDSOME N6KW6AR j Excellent Quality, j BUTT EffflRYaOOY. NO5V HATS Extra Quality. We Clothe you from head to foot and dsf CDmpstltlon on prices, quality and style Perfect Satisfaction or Money Refunded. Jockey Nuisance. Everybody is bragging on the working of the stock and "jockey" ordi- Barrel salt at Gaines'. nance. Its a good idea to encourage the bringing of stock to town, but Lovely stock of gloves at JosEPnV Jockey Row sliouh be abolished alto Timothy seed for sale. NT. Currey. gether, if it were possible to do so. Respectable horse men do not indulge in the disgraceful conduct carried on Consult our advertisingcouimns by the jockeys. before buying your winter goods. The CLOBE. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY October 5, I89q 1 1 The CLOBE. Mare Local. The republicans are. preparing to give Judge Denny a rousing reception at the Court House tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. Faint Lick Enterprise. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting A 0I0OOC - JQ THE We spared neither time nor money in securing the I JiantUomeii 3all Jllittinety Ever shown in Lancaster. Our stock is now in, and on display. We ask you to i CALL AND EXAMINE, SULIE I. TILLCT. AOOT PEOPfcE. 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 improving from her recent illness. Mayor Kinnaird was in Crab Orchard Tuesday, on insurance business. by the officials. Miss Nannie Harris was the hostess The many friends of Mr. Jas. W. to a musical party last Friday evening. Henry were quite surprised to receive Miss Ettie Hilton, of Brodhead, has invitations announcing his wedding. accepted a position with R. II. Bat-so- He will be married atElDorado, Ark., next Wednesday to Miss Helene, Mr. and Mrs. E. Moritz, of Stanford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shuler, have been visiting relatives in this of that city. Mr. Henry is the oldest son of Mr. Solon B. Henry of this city, city. went out west a few years ago. A few friends stormed Misses Altie and make-in- g and Bessie Marksbury Tuesday eve- He owns a big store there and is a great success. The Record ning. sends congratulations, and wishes Miss Mamie Powell, of Hustonville, them all happiness through life. is visiting her brother, Elder Chas. E. Powel. A Clmii Sinn's Testimony. n. friends in Richmond this week. Mrs. D C nines and children, of Ne braska, are visiting the family of her father, Mr. J M Palmer, of Point Leavell. The 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 beautiful 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 ridge's mother-in-lawho is still very ill. Danville A,dvocate 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 weeks. A note from Rev. F. M. Hill says he was on his way to New York and may go on to Palestine. iis wire is at Perry ville, to which place he orders his Recoud sent. Mr. Ashbrook Frank, who has been with his old friends here for about 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 Sam's Meu 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 Record's 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 theL. & N. since the road was built through this coun ty, some thirty-fou- r years, and has never been laid off or "called down" Burton's G. B. SWISEBBOAD, ... Tv ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. Miss Ilallie Rice, of Marksbury, is I have obtained excellent results visiting her sister, Miss Sallie Lou from the use of FOLEY'S KIDNEY Myers. CURE. It releived my back-ach- e and Dr.. A. S. Price, of Stanford, was vis ssvere pain over the hips. It toned it'ng his mother, Mrs. H. A. Price, up my system and gave me new vim and energy. I regard it as an honest Sunday. and reliable remedy for all Kidney Mrs. Gordon Granger, of diseases. Mr. and It makes no false claims Virginia, have been visiting Mrs. Wm, but does what it says when given a R. Cook. fair trial. I certainly recommend it, Mrs. Harbison, of Mitchellsburg, is Wm. Finn, 447 Elida Road, Lima, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Holley Ohio. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Carlton. Biff "Tat Agent George M. Patterson, of the Mr. Henry Burdett remembered Il'en N., was in Cincinnati first of "the poor editor" this week and sent in a couple of bushels of sweet potathe week. toes. They are the largest (and about Ernest G. Brown is suffering from a only) ones we have seen, and are severe case of typhoid fever, and has the of the tery best variety. We've seen been quite ill. the time when we would have asked Jesse W Sweeney has been at hoir.e Henry to "take something", but as this week and rode the Masonic goat he nor we now take "anything" but the second heat. water, and it is very scarce, we'll simMr W B Mason and bright little ply say much obliged, and stand ready daughter, Edna, left Tuesday to visit to receive the next donation. relatives in Chicago. During the winter of 18U7 Mr James Judge J C nemphill and Herbert Reed, one ofthe leading citizens and Kinnaird are taking in the Middles- - merchants of Clay, Co. W Va., struck his leg agapst a cake of ice in such a boro Fair this week. H. W. Batson is in Ann Harbor, manner as to bruise it severely. It very much swollen and pained Mich., taking another course in the became him so badly that he could not walk law school at that place. without the aid of crutches. He was Dr. W. S. Beazley is in Indianapolis, treated by physicians, also used sevInd., taking a new course in dentistry. eral kinds of liniment and two and a He will return next week half gallons of whiskey in bathing it, John Riffe and wife, of Hustonville, but nothing gave any relief until he are visiting Mr and Mrs Heiberlinp. began using Chamberlain's Pain Balm This brought almost a complete cure Tney will probably locate here. in a week's time and he believes that V s Thompson, who has been vis had he not used this remedy his leg iting her sister, Mrs. Powell, has re would have had to be amputated turned to her home in Florida. Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains. Mesdames J. E. Stormes and Mattie bruises and rheumatism. For sale by Duncan, were visiting relatives and B, E. McBoberts, lm er.' 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, EnlargeFor Hos Killing. Seed VIi at. is sold on I have between 500 and GOO bushels Benge & Miller have constructed ment, Greasy Heel, etc. Itmoney reslaughter pens and are pre- a written guarantee, and of good seed wheat for sale, of the Ev- first-clapared to kill and dress your hogs or funded if not as represented. For sale erett's High Grade variety. cattle at reasonable figures. The pens by R. E. Mcllobsrts. Lancaster. Jno. W. Miller: lm are located at end of Totten avenue Prepared to Move. Strayed Or Stolen. and are in every particular. Geo. Leavell wanted to buy part of be From our place near Hiattsville, Have your meat killed where it can Jim Traylor's lot in the Baker addiabout Sept. 22, two steers, weight a-- properly handled and by expert hands. tion but the latter would not sell. bout 800, and ore light red heifer, Leavell then tried to rent the land weight 7(50. Liberal reward for reand build on it, but this was refused. turn to T. W. Conn, Hiattsville, Ky. Ian McCIaren on the Church Till tliieer They then agreed to rent the land for Ian McClaren will contribute to the 2t. November Ladies' Home Journal an ten months, Leavell to move the One Day Only. article on "The Mutineer in the house at the expiration of that time. Dr. Goldstein, the celebrated opti Church." It will deal with the trou- Leavell then built a box house, 24x12. cian, will be at the Hamilton House bles created by the mutinous members with two rooms. The building is in Lancaster, on Tuesday, October 10, of the congregation, and will prescribe made resting on four heavy wheels, s without fail. Will be here only one a course of treatment for those who it can ba moved away when the owner day. stir up discord. The famous Scotch demands his laud. preacher author will doubtless give Long AVcar, Low Prices, Good Fits. The Fendennl. The boys have named Hun Single some advice quite worth fol!owing,as I can namcjnany old customers who ton's oyster saloon the "Pendennis." he is a man of wonderful resources. will state that their suits have l)2?n Hun keeps fresh oysters on hand at all satisfactory in Ions wear, in price.-anDo You Sec the Point? times and will deliver them to any in fits. Of course crrois are made Some merchants ought to be able to part of the city. Give him a call. by everybody, but they are easily corsee the point in this item which we clip from an exchange: Said a local rected, and we make as few errors a Graded School Tax. anyone, and we guarantee a tit. Wf The 1899 tax is past due. Please call merchant the other day, "Have you have studied measure blanks and ha veand settle and save being asked for it. you noticed the advertisement I have nt irregular men. One of my houses The penalty will certainly be added to on the fence east of town?" "No," re gives a splendid hat with a suit or an plied the customer, "but if you will all unpaid taxes. Boys get a camera with send the fonce around, I will look it overcoat. E. W. Harris, Collector. tf. over and see what you are dealing in. each suit. Uniform prices aud small profits. Excellent suits or overcoats. Storeroom For Rent. Fact is, 1 am reading newspapers and $7. to S30. Boys Suits, cut and made Will rent room I now. occupy an don't get much time to study to measure, $4.50 to S12.50. Young give possession at once. Stock of goods men can save in this line. M. D. now low and will be sold as a whole at Hughes, Agt. Sulcld". Sweeney. a great bargain. J. W. Jas. D. Miller, a former resident of Notice of Election The biggest line of mens, womens this county, committed suicide at Notice is hereby given that on Tucs-daand childrens underwear ever brought Lexington Saturday by shooting himNovember seventh, eighteen him to Paint Lick, in union suits and self with a shot gun. He had been dred and ninety-ninfrom seven seperate pieces. Ladies fleeced vests out of work for some time and had o'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m.. and pants at 15a up. Mens at 25c up. grown despondent. He was an honor continuously, an election will be hek Come and see. R. L. Jennings & Co. able citizen and industrious. He in and for the City of Lancaster, Kenmarried Miss Bettie Underwood of tucky, by the qualified electors of said Paint Lick. this county and was widely connected city, to determine whether said citj Don't Read This! in this and Lincoln counties. He After August 1st we will have for leaves a wife and several children. shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen sale the best coal in any quanity at The remains were brought to Lancas thousand dollars for tha purpose of the lowest price. It will pay you to ter Monday and intcred in the Ceme- furnishing said city with water, (tif ti lire hydrants), for seven years. Said see us before buying. Office and yard tery. indebtness to be paid in seven equal opposite the Granary. W. B. Moss & annual installments. The amount &Co. tf. Louisville Carnival. therefore necessary to be raised anEvery arrangement has been comnually by taxation is two thousand This office is having a nice run on job work. Most business men prefer pleted for the Big Fall Carnival In- dollars. R. Kinnaird, Mayor, dustrial Exposition, Midway and Feswork in using our neat, of city of Lancaster, Ky. tival of Fire to be given in Louisville, preference of a nickle tablet or Att: W. TI. Wheuritt. Clk. etc., bearing a 12x18 patent October 9th to 21st. Work on the Carnival City is practically completed. Real Estate Bjuht and Sold medicine advertisement. In the vicinity of the carnival grounds I am in a position to advertise propTaxes Due. there is block after block of booths, erty and to get fair prices for it Town taxes are now due, and prop- wherein the most attractive display Please consult me if you have any to erty owners should come forward at of mercantile wares ever made in Ken dispose of, or if you desire to purchase once and settle. This has to be done tucky will be made. Throughout the The Graded School and an era of genand those putting it off too long wilffor hole State, the deepest interest is eral prosperity, with a prospect foi being taken in the enterprise, which be put to extra expense s and another railroad, E. M. Walker, Collector. means so much for Kentucky's com- have caused a number to seek home, every city, in our city, and the value of property mercial advancement. In Bed Hot From the Gun plans are being made to send large has been enhanced. Although seven G. B. Steadman crowds. The reduced rates are the Was the ball that hit teen residences have gone up, thi of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. most attractive ever made for a Loik year, there is not a vacant house in It caused horible Ulcers that no treat- isville enterprise, and judging from the city, and even building lots will ment helped for 20 years. Then Buck- - the amount of Hotel space already soon be in demand. Until is settlec" len's Arnica Salve cured him Cures engaged, the crowd will be a record that the new railroad will itbe built, 1 Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons. breaker. offer the following property at tin Corns, Skin' Eruptions, Best Pile cure The carnival offers an amusement very low prices: on earth. 25c a box. Cure guaranteed. such as can only appeal to all lovers cf No. 1. A handsome residence, of 10 Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist good and wholesome- - diversions. The rooms, with two cisterns and all nec Midway will be the largest since the esiary Ettray. beautifully Ioca A dark bay saddle mare World's Fair, and will include the, ted on Danville avenue. There are from Lancaster on Monday, county Streets of Cairo, Japanese, Hindoo, fifteen acres of land attached, wjth a court day. She is about 15 hands high Philipino, Chinese, Mexican, Porto front of 690 feet, thus furnishiti with skined place on front leg and a Rican Theatres and German Village. building- - lots, which can be sold al little swollen place on left hind leg. The general admission to the Exposi- good prices. The property is ownet by Mrs. II. C. Kauffman and can be Will pay a reward of 85.00 for infor- tion grounds is only 10c. bought at the low price of $5,000. mation leading to her return. Powell BraveMen Fall. No. 2. A valuable brick residence, Daley, Buckeye, Ky.' to stomach.liver and kidney of eight rooms, on Lexington avenue, Victims Another Ffekt at Faint Lick. troubles as wall as women, and all fee 1 known as the Dr. O. P. riill property. It occurred between The Roller the result in loss of appetite, poisons '.n This is one of the best houses in the Mills of Burnam & Rucker and their the blood, backache nervousness h city and is well located, in a quiet customers and trade, and it seemed for and tired, listess, run down feeling neighborhood. There is an abundance a while that the mills were about- to But there's no need to feel like that. of fruit and water, ornamental and get licked but Burnam & Rucker have Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville Ind. shade trees, a fertile garden and eveput on a double force of men and are He says: "Electric Bitters are just the rything necessary to make it highly now running their plant both niv?bt thi ng for a man when he is all run down, attractive and desirable. There are and day. They are now prepared for and don't care whether he lives or four acres of land attached, furnishtrade and exchange fully. Come from dies. It did more to give me new ing three good build ng lots. I will near and far, you can be accomodated strength and good appetite than any sell this property at a reasonable price generally inside of 30 minutes. Re thing I could take. I can now eat or trade it for a farm. member we stand on our flat feet and anything and have a new lease on life.'' I will show the above property to state to the public that we are experts Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts any one desiring to purchase. I will Drug Store. Eyery bottle guaran,' handle farms on reasonable terms. No at our business. IpA gUBNA3C & RUCJUEB, M, L Hughes. teed, sale no pay, fence-ology. e, te note-head- s, water-work- LIVERY, SALE & FEED STABLE LANCASTER, KY. We make special Attention our of Options on Farms wanted. Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate. AGENT FOR New York Life In's. Co. L. F. HUBBLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER. Thirty-Thousan- KY SALE STABLE. Nice combined horses always on hand for sale. W. B. BURTON. THE Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in South-Easter- n Kentucky. Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms. d WML CAPITAL 100,000.00 ) J BAKK J J. X. DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC, BRYANTS VILLE, KENTUCKY Lanfl. OF SURPLUS f20.000.00 LANCASTER, KY. A. R. Denny. President. Jno. E. Stormes. Vice President. S. C. Denny, Cashier. 1. Swjar an! Apat for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO K. Robinson. Jr.. Asa't Cash'r. R. T. Ejibry, r KMOHTS OF PYTHIAS. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst DIRECTORS Sam l.D. Cochran Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. L. Davidson, Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook. of Pythias, meets every Friday All vis- night in Masonic hall. Jno. E Stormes. iting Knights are fraternally invitV. McC JOHNSTON; JOHN T. JOHNSTON ed. JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Ed Bishop, C. C. J. Civil. Engineers ' S. Haseldex, K.R.& S and Surveyors, KY U ORGANIZED 1883. LANCASTER, fab mm. To wagons we ood Lump Coal flHBHS OF LANCASTER. NATIONAL BANK, IT. will sell at 10c a Capital, Surplus Fuad $50,000 10,000 bushel at our yards for the oresent. BUSINESS SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaraataed I. HieeixBOTHAx We have also a full line all other conls Lewis Y. Lxaykll two grades of cannel, three sizes of 3. T. Hudson Woolridge, Jcllico. Paint Rock, Bry-.Bros. Fire Creek, Smithing, and Hay, W. O. RiesT Joru, Oats, Cow Feed. Sale, Lime. Cement, C.D. WiLXKB i. Preslden Cashiei Assistant Cash'i Bookkeepei atent I'last r. Sand aud Manufactured Ice. DANVILLE ICE & COAL CO. W. S. GLORE, Mgr. e Yard, C. S. Depot, Telephone 21. Town aud Factory, :ld St., Telephone 131. DIRECTOR8: J.M.HlSOIMBOTHAX, I.XWIS Y LSAVILL, J.S.JOHMON, T.M. ARNOLD, H. C. ARNOLD, JB. B.F.HUBSON. VLRX.GlBBS, ff You Are Going North, J.J.WALZ1B Jacob Y. Robinox. If You Are Going South, Are Going West TICKETS VIA TMC f You Are Going East, Dr. R. Goldstein, n The Optician will be at the Hamilton Hotel well-know- If You Tuesday, October 10th 1899. One day only. Eyes Examined and glasses tifically adjusted. scien- PURCHASE FIRE LOUISVILIX NASHVUIC ami LIFE INSUMCE R. R. SPEEJGFIELD AND SO StCUMS of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates, The Maximum Rates, Time and all other information be cheerfully famished by C. P. ATMORC, Or by " vrill TIRE AED MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OP NEW YOIti Robinson cVIIamiltoilgts Office ovei PostOfiee. . n A.. UOSTKU.Kfc Las castes, : : : Kkstdcjly gS&BSaSa?! THE OLD net RELIABLE CIETCIIfflffATI to HAIR FOR VIOLIN BOWS. ESTABLISHED STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. THE LEXINGTON RACES. A FIENDISH DEED. An Aged Woman Sho: WIi lo Holding tho Bible The Mutlro 1'robably Was Ilobbery. Richmond, Ky., Oct. 1. "Where 1703. It Comes From and the ferent Kinds That Arc More Commonly lined. Dif- v. GAZET THE FAMILY mamma mm WEEKLY It Took Hi Heats to Decide the Futurity tl Knee f or 1 lirec-Y- i Trotters Much Money Changed Hands. (Weekly Hlitioa of The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune) Lexington, Ky., Oct. 4. NEWSPAPER. mk iMPfrmHi!i MaiUiirtBi w I Iff NEW FORIil. NOW Special Departments devoted to Agriculture, Poultry, Markets, Literature, with other special Features 20 PAGES The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any weekly published in the West. Read by over 300,000 peoplf? WANTED AGENTS. 50 M NOW I Per Tear 20 PAGES I for SPECIAL TERMS. ADDRESS, SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES. THE- - COMMERCIAL Cincinnati, O. "Ma, you've got to put Jimmy to bed TRIBUNE CO. The Terrible Small Boy. before dark." "What's the matter, daughter?" TRAGEDY OF MONT BLANC "Why, last night when Mr. Simpson came, Jimmy said: 'Hello, kissing One of the Calsimilies That Frcu'uent Lug!'" Detroit Free Press. ly Visit the Famous A Illclily IMeaslnsr Reply. Mountain. Mrs. Sweet Dearest, what is the prettiest thing in jewelry you Lave The story of the destruction of the Been this j'ear? baths of St. Gervais, at the foot of Mout Mr. Sweet I've seen nothing, my Blanc, in 1S92, is told in "The Annals of love, so charming as you. Jewelers Mont Blanc." This was one of the ca (Weekly. lamities that scarcely could have been predicted or averted. CoiuparlHonM Arc Odlon. Owing to the stoppage of the Assistant What about this article on drainage, in some way never as"The Most Intelligent Baby in the certained, a lake was formed uuder the United States?" Tetc ltousse glacier, in which an enor Editor Send it back. Want to nious body of water was pent up at a every young mother in the counspot 10,000 feet above the sea level. Betry? Brooklyn Life. tween one and two o'clock on the night Tliose I.ovlns Glrln. of July 12, 1G02, the ice that had held Tody Jennie tells me young Wood-L- y the lake gave way. proposed to her last night. The water swept in a torrent of tre Viola I don't think 1 know him. Is mendous force over the Desert de Pierre he well off? Bonde, gathering up thousands of tons Tody He certainly is. She refused of rock and stoues in its course. It liirn. Chicago Daily News. passed with a terrific roar under the hamlet of Bionnassay, which it did not He TlioiiRlit .o(. injure, destroyed half the village of Mrs. Brown I suppose those pedBionnay, on the highroad between dlers don't make very much. It's a sort and St. Gervais, and, tearing up of unskilled labor. trees as it went along, joined the main Brown Unskilled labor? Why, they river of the t. liave to sell goods to the sharpest "womFollowing the river" bed, and destroy en in the community! Puck. ing on its way the old Pont du Diable, it hurled its seething flood of water. Expensive. Bramble Dobbs thinks he is a good timber, stones and mud upon the solid buildings of the St. Gervais baths and poker player, doesn't he? Thome Yes, but it costs him a good crushed them into fragments. Then, crossing the Chamonix road, it spread deal of money to think so. 2f. Y. Jouritself out in the form of a hideous fan nal. over the valley of the Arve, destroying ' Cued to Something Stronger. part of the village of Le Fayet in its Smiling Stranger (stopping in front way. of the cage) Polly want a cracker? Such was the catastrophe of St. Ger Parrot (from Missouri) Cracker vais which claimed over 150 victims. you durn fool. I want a chaw Utter ruin was everywhere. The oiwe nothin, irjaolrr! Chicasro Tribune. lovely gardens of the baths were live or Sancy. six feet deep in mud, fine trees had been "You're looking sour," said the maid. snapped like reeds and enormous blocks As by the pan she tripped, of stone were strewn over the dreary "I can't help that," replied the cream, "You see I've just been whipped." waste. ChlcagoDaily al Bon-Xan- Horse Breeders' association, 27th programme, giving the scene a touch of the splendor peculiar to the great days f yore, when on the same track in this historic Blue Grass Eden of trotters the kings and queens of the turf romped to glory and defeat beforeHhe lovers of the sport gathered from the four corners of the continent. The amount of money said to have changed hands on the Futurity is estimated at from SGO.OOO to S90.000, the Boston and Louisville contingent going its length on Boralma. The feature of the open ing day of the trots was the S10.000 trotters. Futurity for It took six heats of the greatest racing ever seen on this track to decide the race. Boralma was the favorite in the opening betting.selling for S100 against the field's 75. Idolita won the first two heats in easy fashion. The favorite took the third heat in the brush with the Bondsman and was second to Extasy in a head finish in the fastest heat of the race, the McDowell filly nipping Boralma at the wire. The half was trot ted in 1:04, 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 positions remained the same to the distance 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 of a mile and hot pace for then broke, Boralma winning easily. It was the same in the sixth, except that the filly kept pace to distance stand, then broke, letting Boralma win. Boralma, Extasy and Idolita were only starters. Idolita was distanced, leaving first and third money to Boral Monday ma. Boralma was bought night by Thomas XV. Lawson, of Boston, for 517,000, on condition of winning futurity first money, S7.000 goes to Mr. Lawson. Mr. Lawson won 000 in pools. lie presented So, 000 to Gus Macey, Boralma's driver. Dr. T. McCoy, of Kirkwood, gave Macey 51,000. jht of a perfect October day greeted dastardly crime at Miller's Creek Es the opening of the Kentucky Trotting till county, has reached here. Mrs. .Mary Ann Land, aged 70, was seated on the porch of her home, reading her The sun- - News of 4 Hearing a noise at the barn, some distance from the.- house, she looked up and saw a man approach- ng with a gun. Being alone, sho got up to go into the house. when the intruder fired at her, the ball passing through her chest, in flicting a probably fatal wound. When found a few minutes later she was unconscious. Her assailant has not been discovered. It is sunDoscd he was after 5300 which Mrs. Land is known to have had about the house. Excitement is high over the fiendish deed and threats of lynching her assailant, if caught, are freely made. Town Marshal Killed. Bible. 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, aged 50, without provocation. Kirk swore out a warrant for Cassaday, and tho warrant was placed in Joseph Kirk's hands. Kirk rode to the residence of Cassaday, but he was not at home. n the way back Kirk met Cassaday. Kirk ordered him under arrest, and Cassaday raised his Winchester and shot three times. Death was instan taneous. A posse is now in pursuit- A lynching will occur. C The horse hair used in making violin and other similar bows is Imported from Germany; a considerable part of the hair thus imported, however, coming originally from Russia. Horse hair for these purposes is white and black; the black is the heavier and stronger, and this is used for maldng bows for bass viols.becauseitbites the bigstrings better. In preparing the hair for use in bowmaking. the white hair used for violin bows, is bleached to bring it to its final whiteness, sajs the New York Sun. The standard violin bow is 29 inches in length; longer bows are made to order. Shorter bows are used by j'oung persons; but the bow commonly seen in the hands of a violin player is 29 inches long. Horse hair for violin bows is imported in various lengths, but mostly in lengths of 3G inches. Hair sufficient for ono bow is put together in what is called a hank; the hanks are tied up in bundles of a dozen hanks; these are bundled in grosses, and the gross bundles are put together in great grosses, in which shape the hair is imported. There are grades and qualities of the horse hair, but the best is not very costly. A hank of the best white hair can be bought for 20 cents; it might cost 30 cents more to have it put into tiie bow. To rchair a bass viol bow costs more, the bulk of hair required being.grcater. Hold n Copyrlsrht on the IIllilc. In the high court of chancery of England the universities of Oxford and Cambridge recently obtained an injunc tion forbidding Rev. Francis Marshall and other defendants from reprinting extracts from the revised edition of the New Testament, of which the universi ties own the copyright. The ffect of this decision is to prevent English clergymen from printing even sermons which contain extracts from the New Testament in the revised edition. Of the 2,300 changes in the revised edition it is said that all but 20 were familiar to Biblical students before the revised edition was published. NEVET0BE S. S. S. is a Great Blessing to CURED nearly all of the sickness among older people can be avoided. Most elderly Old People, it people are very susceptible to illness, but it 13 wnony unnecessary, xjy in" their blood pure they can fortify themselves Blood and Life,. so as to escape New of the ailment liirn thftv suffer so cenerallv. S. S. S. is their systems young, by purifying the blood, tho remedy which will keep thoroughly removing an waste ing new strength and life to tho whole body. It increases the appetite, builds up the energies, and sends new blood throughout the entire system Mrs. Sarah Pike. 477 Broadway, South Boston, writes : " I am sevity years old, and had not enjoyed good health for twenty years. I was sick in different ways, and in The addition, had Eczema terribly on one of my legs. be doctor said that on account of my age, I would never me 1 took a dozen bottles of S. S. S. and it cured well aain. completely, and I am happy to say that T fool as well as I ever did in my life." Mr. J. W. Loving, of Colquitt. Ga., says: "For eight een years I suffered tortures from a tiery erupuon on my skin. I tried almost every known remedy, but they failed ono by one. and I was told that my age, which is sixty six. was against me, and that I could never hope to bo well again. I finally took a. . is., ami n cieansea my blood thoroughly, and now I am in perfect health. three-fourth- s -life-givi- asfiiTSSSS.'SS FOK THE BLOOD is the only remedy which can build up and strengthen rdri Tiermlo hpnmio.it. is the only one which is guaranteed free from potash, mercury, arsenic and other damaging chemicals whatever minerals. It is made from roots and herbs, and has no in it S S S cures the worst cases of Scrofula, Cancer. Eczema. Rheumatism, Tetter, Open Sores. Chronic Ulcers. Boils, or any other disease of the blood. Dx)ks on these diseases will be sent free by Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. G. 3S as 7 Pnrrhasing Write to Cozine A Co's Apency, Louisville. Ky . for any thing yon want to buy. You cau save Ug money. Infor lyr. mation free. . K&mwi' Good IVatchcN Absolutely Free. We went your name for PASTIME, Louisville, Goebel Gets the Rooiter. 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 A statute says where declaration. there is a split in a party the nominees An effort nt Distinctions. "What's the difference," said Mr. Bly- vins, with tne air oi a man wno is asit- of the convention called by the regu a conundrum, "between an error of blunder'.'" lar authorities shall be entitled to judgment and a blame-foI doubt whether there is any, said the party emblem. the friend. Dying in a Stable. Yes, there is a heap of difference. Lebanon, Ky., Oct. 4. B. F. Abell, Oner's a mistake you make when you are jr., son oi tne late Aiircu A bell, living running a business yourself and the with his mother, near town, was found other's a mistake you make when somein a stable nearby in a dying condition, body has hired you." Brooklyn Star. caused by heart failure. He was reThe Pics That Mother 31 title. moved to his mother's house, and died The apple pies that mother made a few minutes later. He was unmar When I was but a hoy. Their memory dear shall never fade, ried. give me joy. Even Stale to tho Cou t. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 4. In charg-- g News. The Tennessee stake value 54,000, was won by Ej'elct, 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 XV. Lawson, who paid S30.000 for the Lawson Pink, scored the great est coup in the history of harness He bought every racing Tuesday. 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, ever mind, well race saying: again." After Idolita had landed two heats, other plungers took Lawson's As a result all bets as easy money. the big betters are broke and have little money to play the Transylvania. isothing iilcc Liawson's plunge was His S4G.000 worth of ever seen here. pools netted him 550,000 so that the pools on the race netted him about 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. But live to I see her now with paring steel And wooden ro'.Ung-plI see her by the oven kneel And place them In a tin; And when she placed them out to cool, Ah, they were dear to me; They meant six clays away from school Besides the doctor's fee. Chicago Daily News. A "Are you a bill collector'.'" asked Mr. Again in Kentucky. Lexington, Ky., Sept. 30. The noted Slopeigh, suspiciously. "No," answered the weary anil cyn race horse, Sir Walter, owned by Mr, ical young man who had climbed four H. K. Knapp, of New York, is again in "I've got a collection Kentucky, arriving Wednesday night in charge of Shipper Johnny Miller, and Thursday he was sent out to Beaumont farm. Street Fair at Frankfort FitANKFOitT, Ky., Oct. 4. The state capital's street fair was formally open ed by Gov. Bradley and Mayor De honey Tuesday morning, amid tho ringing of fire bells and the flutter of profuse decorations. Five thousand people were in attendance. Offutt Nominated. all stations in Kentucky, good to re TAKEN UP AS ESTRAT. turn Oct. 17th. Knoxville. Tenn, Street Fair & Cat Hy F.Davis, near Chappel church. 011 Buckeye '!)!. One are for the ,,lke. one red heifer, white stripe across ehotil-nival, Oct. Tdehorned . white round trip all stations, good until Oct about eight hundredstripe in forehead, weight flights of stairs; rounds. Appraised at 4t $:M.0O. It. A. NOEL. J. P. G. O. of bills that I'm trying to get rid of. 20th to return. YS ashington a promise collector." I'm Convention Christian TAKEN UP AS ESTRAT. Star. Churches, Cincinnati, O., Oct. ?9!, One fare for the round trip from 1'nml.stnknlilc. B y Bice I.ogiin. one srrrel mare, about 14 1" hands hiih. saddle scars "You ought to be sure about it, child, all stations, with linal limit Oct. ?L on back, white hind foot and small blaze in before you allow yourself to believe face. I'm ne to my place in July. For fnrther Freddy Yungspote loves you. particulars address me at Mccreary. Ky. Own4t er can have same by paying expenses. hen he 'Sure about it, mamma.' called the other day, after our return from the seaside, he told me he was gladder to see me than if he had caught Chicago lribune. a trout! 11-1d SHaniithrnpe. a bright clean, illns rated story and humorous paper forth? family circ'o, 1G large pages, only 75c a year; on trial 4 months. lGc. We give a nickle silver watch to each subscriber, a neat medNational Spiritualists Ass'n of Unit ium size watch, guaruutctd for one year. Will many years as keep as ed States and Canada, Chicago, 111., $100 time forAnd weglve Gold accurately Bicy- a Watches, watch October 17-2- 0, 1S!)!. Sumple and particulars free. Send cle?, etc. If you do no more, we Vniericari Street Railway Associa us your address 17-2tion, Chicago, 111.. Oct. 18!i!. will surprise you. Better enclose . stamps for trial subscription, or stamps for watch and 5L E. Church (South) Conference, paper, while the watche. are going free. The Glasgow, Ky., October 1SS)9. PASTI.M E Tub. Co., Louisville, Ky. I3 r. (Sell in Kentucky only.) Slider, The KI ct ropolne Don't Grand Lodge IC.ofP., Henderson, Cares all diseases without the use os medi Ky.. Oct. 24-2ISO!). cine. A pure Oxygen treatment, by absorp (Sell in Kentucky only.) tion. Itiures where everything else fails It Kentucky Bankers Association, Lex Is needed in every family, for it will lellew every weakness or ailment, to the most persistent ington, Ky., Oct. 2.2(i, 18!)!. disease, and without the use of a grain Carriage and Harness Dealers Asso chronic of medicine. Thousands of people all over the ciation, Now York, N. Y., October Unlted'States. from private citizens to Law13-2yers, Doctors, Preachers, Supreme Judges, EdIS!)!). itors, have National Ass'n of Laundrvmen, St. given etc.. even Crowned Heads of Europe Book written testimonials of these facts. Louis, Mo., Oct. !M1, IS!)!). of testimonials, ami matter of great interest National Conference Unitarian and with price of Instruments sent f Every famother Churches, "Washington, D. C, ily should have an Electrupoise; it aves money, induces health. Send your address at once 1;-1- !, IS!'!). Oct. aid tee what people say who have thoroughly Kentucky Trotting ITorse Breeders tested its merits. Agents wanted. THE Association, Lexington, Ky., Oct. 3d, ELECTttOrOISE Co.. 31:5 h St.. Louisville lyr. to 14, '!)!). One fare for the round trip, Ky. OUT National 13-2- r r. mm. Aetna, Queen, INSURANCE. W&eefef & Wilson ewlfsg MachlBi PM,lgBgggMlfeMg2 Call and, see this Celebrated "Wagon at G. S. GAINES' Excels all others. It fully Warranted and All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand PARKER'S Lebanon, Ky., Oct. 4. Republicans HAIR BALSAM Cleanses anil beautifies the hxlr. Monday nominated Capt. A. Offut, of Promotes a luxuriant growth. Never Fails to Eeatoro Gray this city, for the state senate. Prof Hair to its Youthful Color. Cures icalp diseases ft hair falling; J. A. Timmons, who until 1S90 had g)e,andtl.uuat Drugyista been a democrat, will be the republic an nominee for reprcsentativo from this district. 50 YEARS' iMIillf 590,000. Good l'rlco for aYearling. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 4. Scott New. Horses Shipped to New York. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 3. G. D. Wil man Monday sold Bore Simmons, a son shipped a carload of valuable yearling trotter, to Thomas Lawson, Mr. Newman horses Sunday for the sales in New of Boston, for S3, 000. by York this month. Among others ship recently sold Boralma, a ."SIsllllllllHillM Trade Marks. ped were two yearlings owned by Maj. the same sire for 510,000. Designs Copyrights &c. B. G. Thomas, one by Prince of Mo' D.y Goods Man Fails. Ayono sending a (ketch and description ma-naco, out of Minnie Himyar, sister to opinion free whether a'l Lebanon, Ky., Oct. 4. W. G. Buck, quickly ascertain our patentable. Communion-tioninvention is probably Domino, and the other by Masette strictly confidential. Handbook ner, of the dry goods firm of W. G, Bent'free, Oldest agency for securing on I'atenta patents. Lena Oliver. Patents taken throuch Munn & Buckner & Co., assigned to T. C Jack tftclal notice, without charge, in the Co. rccelva Coal Mine Care In. son for the benefit of his creditors. London, Ky., Oct. L A rjortion of His liabilities are about 59,000, with Aiandsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir. Athe Manchester Coal Co.'s mine at assets .about 57,000 to SS,000. zulntlnn of anv scientific lournul Terms. 3 a tamont caved in Thursday, resulting mr four months, f L Sold by all newsdealers. New Traveling Auditor. MUNN &Co.36,Broadwa New York in a complete shut down. Just before Louisville, Ky., Oct. 3. William J. Branch Offlco. S3 V 8t, Washington, I). C. this happened Henry Ponder, a miner, J. Preuss has been promoted from fast was ordered in. He objected, but upon freigrht accountant to be traveling au being forced he entered and was killed. ditor of the L. & N. being crushed to death. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 30. Registra Candidate Fratt Broken Down. tion days for the November election Ky., Oct 4. Cliftou J. Frankfort, have been decided on as October 3, 4 Pratt, republican nominee for attorney and 5. general, is broken physically. He has Salt for Damages. gone to his home at Madisonvillc. Paris, Ky., Oct L Wm. HukilL Appointed a Manhal. sr., has sued the Agricultural bank for Lexington, Ky., Oct. 3. J. Howard Mr. Hukill 52,500 damages. fell Wilson has been appointed deputy through an opening in the pavement United States marshal to succeed J. M. TOR A TRIAL MONTH'S SUBSCRIPTION in front of the new bank building and TO THE Blair, who killed Laban T. Lewis and sustained serious injuries. was himself shot to death by Lewis. Wilson is a prominent republican of Mt Sterling. s BepresentiiiE Following Comganies ir a. 1 ;tv Palatine, National, Hartford, Bileware, Milwaukee, Conueticiit, Continental, Falls, German American, Phenix of Erookljn, New York Underwriters, Glens Liverpool & Scicdtiiic jMiericaii. North British Aetna Llfelns. London & Globe. & Mercliautilo Co.Df Rotaiy Motion and HarlforaXon Ball Bearings Farm for Sale. Lies one mile West of Taint Lick station and 3l Contains 102 "Will 3-- 4 acres. be sold publicly October, 7, 1899, On premises. For particulars, address II. L. Wallack, Paint Lick, Ky. E..Artoltl, stent, Lancaster. Florida? Havana vw 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 perfect in detail. Fast schedules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours mm KtrwL3ji3r. Cincinnati to SANTIAGO ai-- ; Havana. Jt IW.CRlNE.lRSON mother had better X not t?trV anything at all than those positively dangerous mixtures so wioeiy advertised to relieve her discomfort and nausea. She ought to know that outside external treatment is the only way that do. can possibly be of any benefit. She ought Clarence Williams Blast Hang. Frienais to know that the only remedy that will help her, and Ky., Oct 1. Frankfort, Tho it is an external liniment. It takes her court of appeals Friday affirmed the through the entire period in comparative death sentence of Clarence Williams, comfort, shortens labor, and childbirth is Morethanthat, Bourbon county Negro, vrho killed nolongertobedreaded. it preserves her girlish shape after the Josie Tillman, a Negro woman, with and her little one will come into ordeaL The governor will out provocation. the world perfect in form and health fix a day for the hanging of Williams. Get Mother's Friend at the drux stores for $1 a bottle, or send to Women .Will Vote In Lexington. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 3. There will An rTTOpetimt Bracht Nominated for Representative. Williamstowx, Ky., Oct. 3. The re publicans of Grant county nominated Al Bracht, of Sherman, for representa tivc. He is a farmer and quite well to mm, Beware!t Mother's I1S1LET1R M3HTCST A BOON Ti R. MANKIND: THC PAftn AHO DCST AFTCIINOON IN THC SOUTH. o TABLER'S 25- tn BUCKEYE C Correct Market Quotations. Latest State New3. All the Local News. Complete Press Reports. Largest Circulation in the South. 35.O0O AND PILE M my 33 oj 5wz 5 OVER DAILY. 1 50 CENTS jjX AN A MONTH TOSH. 1 9$. J CURE Or, $5.00 a Year by Mall. AQEtT IN EVERY E A New Discovery for the Certain Cars of IN l'iiKNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES JAMES F. be a nonpartizan ticket here for members of the "board of education. The women will register and vote for these nflftaara. . r ATLASTA, GA. for oor free book. ' Before Baby Is Born," finely illustrated. For married women oniy. B- - Louisville Times Co.. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. B B WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, 50 Cents. BALLARD, Self Propfcitr, - - .310 Mrft Ibb Strict, ST. LOUS, ML ,. . ..J STORMES DRUG STORE.