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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 12, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899101201_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 12, 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. TENTH YEAR. Clais Matter. Entered at the Poit Office in Lancaster, Ky.. a Second LOUIS LANDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER Wanted Car load Bones andIron R. A. Stone. Wanted, 12, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR II. COTT. eal)alv es. n. B. Nortlv- - Handsome line of gloves Buell Bootees, at Jose4's cott. g Barrel salt LANCASTER AND VICINITy. at Gaines $ New goods received every week. Se our line. Faulconku is uehndot. See our line of Tinware, before bay V ing elsewhere. FAULCONElt & IIEKNDO'N Sam Jones at Court House next son's. Wednesday night. Mackerel, fresh at Logan & Robin- - Cash paid for all kinds of butter. THE B.fVQUTl I Reserved seats for Sam Jones at McRoberts drug store. You cannot duplicate J. Joseph's prices, nor can you find prettiert'ods. BASE LUES (Pat nted Fob. FILTER. nandsome cloaks at Joseph's. Ladies, sec the lovely cloaks at v FAULKNKU & IlEUNObN'S. Go to Logan & Robinson and $2.00 hat for $1.25. get Cleanses Two good letters got in too late for this issue. Handsome presents sepli's. Investigate. givbi ' at Jo- - Work in second degree at K. P. lodge tomorrow (Friday) night. Carey Mullins was lined $100 in one of the blind tiger cases yesterday. All we ask is an inspection of goals and a comparison of prices. J. Joseph, Have your shoes repaired for winter. T. J. Hatcher can make them as good as new. Handsomest line of Dressdods ' ev- er shown in Lancaster now oimjisplay at Joseph's. The rain scared many off the Cincinnati excursion Sunday, but a good crowd went anyway. " The L. & N. will sell tickets to Cincinnati Oct. 12, 14, 10 and 17, limited to Oct. 21 at one fare for the round trip. Seed Whrat. I have between 500 and GOO bushels of good seed wheat for sale, of the Everett's nigh Grade variety. Jxo. W. Miixku: lm Storeroom I'or Kent. Will rent room I now occupy an give possession at once. .Stock of goods as a whole at now low and wille-solJ. WTSwkkney. a great bargain. d The latest county maps of Kentucky and Tennessee will be furnished free to the schools of Garrard Co., on application of teacher or School Trustees to R. E. McEoberts. Seed Wlicat For Sulc. Yellow Fultz seed wheat one year removed from the North west. Would advise Tanners to plant to secure seed for another year. Sample at Citizens National Bank and Wm. Ward's mills II. A. B. Marksbury. A Great Improvement. Beazley & Baughman, the under takers, have just received a device for lowcrimr caskets. It is a handsome frame, into which is run two heavy ropes. The c;iskct is placed thereon and by means of an automatic screw is lowered steadily into the grave. The ffoviiw cost $100 and is the very latest improvement of the kind. New goods coming in at R. L. JenWanted, first class milk cows with When in Danville put your horsaup nings & Co. Paint Lick. Septcmber or October calves. at Y eager & Rice's lively. Lancstei: Daiky. Rev. McLaughlin, of Louisville, will Ladies Hosiery in all thfc latest I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at $1,800 to loan on good real estate. $1.00 cash. fill Rev. .Massce's pulpit Sunday at the R. L. Elkin. m25tf shades at Joseph's. Low rates are being given, by the L. tf. Apply at this office. usual hour. & N., to the great Louisville celebraSeveral good second and buggies Tne roof is on the opera house and it- in. New stock note "and letter heads and surreys cheap. W. J7Ronians. It has been many a day since a pret- will be covered by Saturday tion. Take the hotel Ferrsct k.lier line of cloaks hasbeen shown than just received at TnE IIecokd office. night. We knew whaVro buy and how to New line of candies, and all kinds hat now at Joseph, buy, consequentlvywcdefy com edSee those beautiful plaid skirts and ' Farm, rs of fruits at Faulconer & HeundonI in ever; ition. J. Joseph. Hear the great evangelist, Sam black crepons at Jennings & Co. Bring on your old. iron and get the Attention is called to the sale of L Jones,. Wednesday night at the Lan Paint Lick. advance, n. B. Northcott. Come every one who is in debt to C. Detail. H. Hudson, published elsewhere in caster Court House. S. Gaines and close up old accounts. Bryantsville, Vergil Mullins At this issue. we show the handIn Ladies Shoes,' For Sale. Vi EVERY DETAIL. shot and killed another negro named somest and best lines in tjtos section, He is in earnest and means business. Mechanics of all kinds are very busy 21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 Jas: Fry. Cause, craps. J.pOSEPH, Farm Wanted.. P'jarnt(3 trash from the water before the now, and it is a hard matter to get a nice 750 lb steers. Apply to J. M. As agent, I will trade desirable vntur la filtrfrc.l. You should attend the Cloak open job of work done. Johnston or Sons. Water fi'ters upward thronsh selve. preCome and get a Tailor made suit at town property for a farm. M. D. venting Hash from Itlnji mixed with filterhic ing at the Logan Dry Goods Company, ready-mad- e prices. Perfect satisfac- Hughes. irnteriul. Ulnl nrt-t- le.iw. tr:i.-- . etc.. If you want a pretty sign or first- Glad Tidings to Tcaclirrs. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. enter tilt.Tinsr l in K U tion guaranteed. J. C. Hemphill. class painting done, call on Benton ditiKh In the lu'.lo,,i of liiier Wore water U Miss Lusk tells TnE Record to in Boys, just come and see our new tiltere. iVshlcy. Satisfaction guaranteed. form the teachers that she will be Season for Planting Hardy Bulbs. to You can buy a buggy, Surrey, road high top shoes, our new over coats and V neu screw cup H removed,! itjillous filterf'lT no elmnce Mrs. Tom Wherrltt will sell hardy wagon tlnirfH;,hly. There dry ready to pay a portion of their salaC. Hemphill sold 50 feet of ground or harness low'Qqwji. Do not our pretty neck wear, Jennings &Co Iiurs out any klml ol insect-- , to accnmnlate as it J. or bulbs in 50 cent collections. Call and (lugs Iu other filters from Ih;i:iuo... . on Totten avenucto John Schooler for ries next Saturday, the 14th. want to hold them over 'through the Paint Lick. see her. $50. or SI. per foot. Thisis the third W- - J. Romans. winter. JR. HASELD-fcJN- , Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan Hemp Seed Wanted. Football at Dnnvllle. lot he has sold by the front foot with ville Steam laundry. Work shipped We want 250 bushels well cleaned Lancaster, The first game of foot ball will be Attendance at K. P. lodge is very in the last few weeks. and received daily. Shirt waists a played in Danville next Monday after large and the order is booming. Those cultivated late importation hemp seed specialty. Office at T. Curreys gr cery noon between Centre College and who do not attend are missing a great H. A. II. Marksbury & Son. For Sale or Kent. tf. treat. The Beazley residence, adjoining store. Miami University. Graded Schofl Tax. J udge E. Brown's. Possession given The biggest line of mens, womens Saturday afternoons have become as The 1899 tax is past due. Please call Elisha Faulkner and son were lodg first of any month. Apply to Jas. and childrens underwear ever brought ed in jail Tuesday, charged with steal good for business in Lancaster as the and settle and save being asked for it. Underwood, FurUsville, Ky. 2t. Paint Lick, in union suits and Mr. Tram average court day. The Square is fill- The penalty will certainly be added to seperate pieces. Ladies fleeced vests ing live head of cattle from Snooting on Battle Iloiv. Conn. The parties HvenearFlatWoods, ed with buggies and the stores crowd- all unpaid taxes. 15c up. Mens at 25c up. ed with shoppers. E, W. Hakuis, Collector. tf, Buggy Horse and "a strange nigger and pants at and are both colored. Come and see. R. L. Jennings & Co. from Stanford" had a rumpus on BatThose hustling for water works have Church Supper. We call attention to the ad of H. F. tle Row Sunday in which Buggy shot Paint Lick. The ladies of the Fork chnrch will at the other fellow five times, one shot We notice from the trade journals not yet determined upon their device Hillenmeyer in this issue of The Rec-okMr. Hillenmeyer is the leading give a supper at the parsonage on the making a slight wound. that every class of stock used in mak- - to put on the ballot. A bunch of hay ng shoes is climbing in price. In a seed would be an appropriate design nurseryman of the south, and when evening of the 20th Inst., from : o'clock Do:it use one's telephone unless you & very short shoes will greatly ad- - for those "erposed" to the system to you buy goods of him you are certain till 10 p. m. This arrangement will Beazley are subscriber. Its an injustice to the ance, and time will have to go deeper ote under. to be satisfied. enable the older ones to get supper you owner and the renter also. It is not and return home before night, if they every time you are My samples for Fall and Winter are Oraduiil Growth. Fnaeral Directors. right. You have about the same right into your pocket wish to. Oysters, cakes, ices, sal ids shod. now all in and I am better prepared any person thinks Lancaster is etc. If to borrow your neighbor's Lancaster will be served, everybody is corthan ever before to make you a suit or not coming to tluu front, let him come dially invited. paper or his cooking stove. AVuntcd! Arterial a;il Cavity Embalming All kinds of metal, brass, zinc, cop overcoat from $10.00 to $40.00. Satis ind see the many new buildings in The Logan Dry Goods Co., have a per, Sam .Jones Next "Wo it. Jead, old ledgers, runner shoes, faction in everyway given you. Call course of erection, the improvements A Specially. special shipment of Jackets, Capes n property, new residences, paint and J. C. Hemvhill. Messrs. G. B. Swinebroad and Joe E. pelts, tallow, beeswax, ginseng, ind see me. and Furs for their Cloak open tog this hides, general hustle. It has all como on Robinson closed a contrawith the Will pay extreme and yellowroot. Fir.:! Fire!! Fire!!! week. Quite a number of these handgradually, we are thankful to say, and Southern Lyceum Bureau, of Louis- Full Line of . pries for all kinds produce. some garments will only be here three market Build your fires with Coal bought of there is no "boom' about it. ville, for a date with Sam Jones and II. B. NOUTIICOTT. W. B. Moss & Co. days Thursday, Friday andSaturJay. It is Xhc best, tho great preacher will appear at the Faruitiin and Tarpc P- -r ocYou should take advantage of this makes the hottest fires, weighed on IIos Killing. Fat of the Laud. Court House next Wednesday night, casion to select a nice garment. Bengc & Miller have constructed the 18th. Reserved seats are on sale Good Ship Estes brought us a lot of the Fairbanks Standard Scales. slaughter pens and arc pre- at McRoberts drug store. Admission finest turnir.s you ever stuck your coal, good weight, why not buy from Knglnc Itroke Dunn. " pared to kill and dress your hogs or 50cts, reserved seats T5cts, child: en jno.t.Uays. j.i.:i.Mii.T..y. j.e.i:oeis-o- s pumpkin as big as a us? A driving rod on Henry Lammers' tooth in, and-attle at reasonable figures. The pens 25cts. Two-thi- n s of the seats have engine broke near Paint Lick Satur- sugar barrel. Millard Rout also sent Pulllns Tigers' Tail. Haysr Hamilton & Rolmsoa, ire located at end of Totten avenue already been sold and if you don't a :line kershaw, and if ever a poor day morning, doing much damage to One of the blind tiger cases was md are in every particular. want to stand you had better get your devil lived in clover we are doing so tried Friday and resulted in a hung tho machine and delaying, the south Attorneys and Counselors at I Have your moat killed where it can be ticket. bound train several hours. The com now. We have gained flesh at the ury, all but one juryman wanting t properly handled and by expert hand". pany ought to give Lammers a new rate of ten pounds per day, forgetting acquit. The testimony was furnished KY. More local on page 3. engine, as it is badly needed. He troubles and are in love with the world by one Church, who pulled his mem at large. takes great pains in keeping one in orandum book and swore he bought a order and it is seldom she has to go to bottle of baer from Cicero number on Ilryaii in Lancaster. the shops. The route published as t Hon. Wm. August 18, 18D9, Wednesday, at 10:48 'clock a. m." Church swore that he Jennings Bryan's tour through Ken tucky, will put his train through Lan was to get z per cent, of all tines re caster next Tuesday evening, about ( covered, and if the case was lost he (0) 'got nothing. Ilumbcr swore he was clock, but the papers say the gentle cullud pusson, a strong man has become in ana may have to a cancel all his Kentucky dates. If he advocate of the temperance cause and docs come through here, due notice never sold no liker no how." This was will be sent over the county and our the sum and substance of the case. people will stop his train at the Lan and we understand the remaider are of caster depot whether it wants to stop about the same calibre. Captain or not. At this hour we are unable Herndon is hearing the cases and if Best $5.00 Suit, Best $7.50 Suit, Best $10.00 Suit, Best $12.00 Suit, learn anything definite as to they are all like the first one lie will Lancaster Come and we gj Best $15.00 Suit, Best $16.00 Suit to be found whether or not the great leader will doubtless be driven to drink ere the last one is reached. make the tour. BEST SUIT for the mon- we have can prove to you five minutes at Jo itailly BjB- - !' 2S, 1SD1.) h num-rlal- - . 'an-li- J. Sy Bangtail, - tirst-cla- " a LOW PRICES IS THE I g Mother of our Popularity. in that the i q jg in FULL MUTED ail FURS Cloak Opening, We will have on display at our store this week Oct 12, 13, and 14 the handsomest line of Long Wear, Low Prices, Good Fits I can name many old customers who will state that their suits have been satisfactory in long wear, in prices ind in fits. Of course errors are made by everybody, but they are easily corrected, and we make as few errors as anyone, and we guarantee a lit. We have studied measure blanks and have fit irregularmen. One of my houses gives a splendid hat with a suit or an Boys get a camera with overcoat. each suit. Uniform prices and small profits. Excellent suits or overcoats, $7. to $30. Boys Suits, cut and made to measure, $4.50 to $12.50. Young M. D, men can save in this line. Hughes, Agt. Protracted ITIecting. CLOAKS WRAPS ever brought to Lancaster. "We extend an invitation t everyone to call and see this line. Two of the Manufac turers we "buy cloaks of have kindly let us have a line of Handsome Jackets and Wraps on approval, for this oxien ing. All of these goods not sold during this three days sale will he returned. So now is your opportunity to get a HANDSOME GARMENT Gome and see our line and prices. L OGAH DRY GOODS CO Next Sunday, Dr. McKee will re sume the series of meetings which were discontinued on account of the heat last summer. Services will be held every night at 7 o'clock and on Tuesday, Wednesday, 'i'nursciay and Friday afternoons at 3 o'clock. Dr. McKee is one of the greatest and best informed ministers in the south, and his sermons are always in structive. It is not speaking well for the town to say it, but religious mat ters were never so lax as now. The at tendance at the churches has fallen off with surprising degree and some of those who go to church look like they went more from the force of habit than from a sense of duty. The town Think Over It. needs a shaking up from centre to cir As election day draws nigh the sen cumference, and the people should timent in favor of water works grows awaken to the gravity of the situation stronger and interest is on the in Cemetery Entrance. crease. It is a safe prediction that A number of ladies met at Masonic the proposition will carry by a good majority. The people 'realize our nail to take steps toward having a helpless condition when visited by the handsome gate erected at the Lancas fire fiend and our freqnent deplorable ter Cemetery. It was found that the droughts. Nearly every summer wa design wanted will cost from $450 to ter has to be hauled from the country $500. It is an archway of beautiful for washing and culinary purposcs.and and artistic finish. Committees were drinking water is at a premium. Any appointed to solicit subscriptions, physician will tell yon that a great The Cemetery trustees will make a amount of fever and other diseases very liberal donation to head the list, are caused directly from impure wa Nearly everyone approached has con ter, and poor drainage. With the tributed liberally, though some, as proposed system, the water will pass may bo expected, refuse to give any through three of the very latest filter thing. It has been asked why the ing processes and will be absolutely Trustees do not foot the entire bill pure when reaching the consumer. The reason is that It will take most of Would not this be better than that the money now in their hands to place now used from a well or cistern which gravel on all the walks and make oth er imDrovements which are badlv is not washed out of tener than once year? We do not think it at all nec needed. The Trustees will give very d essary to argue the advant liberally, but it leaves quite a sum to ages to be derived from this system be raised. Every person having rela but ask those who are opposed to it to tlves and friends, buried here should weigh well the matter before casting subscribe liberally to this movement a vote. What is a few paltry cents It is the most laudable undertaking additional tax to compare with health the people have ever been asked to cleanliness, convenience and absolute subscribe to, and we are confident no protection from fires such as we have trouble will, be experienced In raising the funds, in Lancaster? ten-fol- ey in Central Kentucky. Overcoats that will please you in Styles and Prices. $10.00 TJlsters and you will "buy it without a word. ?j See one of our Come in and get one of our 1.25 Hats and Save voc. ALL SHAPES and C0L0BS. Buell Bootees $3.50, 4 and $5. you have ever worn a, pair you will not hesitate to buy another pair. If Bill's "We are the things for winter. K- Ik M Lis "Wa SllQBS have never "been 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. Come and buy your winter outfit of U3. will take care of you. LOGAN & ROBINSON. CENTRAXi RECORD XVEKT jm tomommQa PAINT LICK. PBEACHERSVILLE. MARKSBDRY. Paint Lick has quite an interesting. Joe Blankenship has typhoid fever. Win. Broaddus bought of Cyrus Da foot ball team. Farmers are about done sowing ly, his crop of tobacco for $50. E. W. Norris has sold his farm of 80 wheat.i ItOVJH LANDRAM, Publisher. The election of school trustees took acres to Jessie Ledford for $25 per acre. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. We had a nice rain Saturday night place Saturday at Rice Academy. Mr tested and eminently fitted Tried, The first copies of our new paper, and Sunday. Tom Adams was elected by a majori for the companionship of saints, the Paint Lick Enterprise, will appear .$1.00 YSA.K, IK AD YAH CI. J. F. Payne will soon have his house ty of eight. . .80 immortal part of Mrs. Mary"Elkin was next Thursday. " iORX MONTHS. The Ladies' Aid Society will give a ready to move in to. . .25 separated from " the mortal and cor New Hope church has been greatly supper at the parsonage uctooer zv. ruptible part, on Saturday, 7, at nine improved by putting on a new roof and F. F. Cummins has his meat and bug Every one invited to attend. Admis gy house completed. THUBSDA.Y,Octoberl2, 1S9J o'clock, A. M. She died as she lived doing considerable inside work. sion, 25 cents. quietly and peacefully. A splendid John Cress, who had his leg broken Mrs. Katie Aldridge, of Lancaster, For all fresh cuts or wounds, in either funeral sermon was preached at the some time ago, is doing nicely. is visiting her son, II D Aldridge TnE democrats in this county have Christian church, on Sunday after the human subject or in animals, as a John Green and family have return Mr Speed Brown , is clerking at the put out a can noon, bv Elder C. E. Powell, to one dressing, BALLARD'S SNOW LINtaken no steps as yet to Mrs Tom Locke Blue Grass Grocery didate for representative, 'thougn a of the largest crowds that ever assem IMENT is un excelled; while for sores ed home from the mountains. prominent member of the party tells bled in this city, on such an occasion on working horses, especially if slow James H Thompson has returned and son, of Pineville, spent last week Mrs Cyrus The Recoud one will be named. At the Cemetery the floral offering to heal, or suppurating, its healing from Rockcastle with so'me nice cat with George Durham 25 cts Daly, Jr., and family left this week tle. was profuse, and was fittingly symbol qualities are unequaled. Price, for Indian Territory, where they will TnEY say Hon. Charley Bronston ical of the purity of the spirit which and 50cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Bird Matheny has moved to Stan Mr. Eb McKinney and Miss Willie ford, and Henry Kidd has moved into make their home in the future. We has "flew de coop." According to our had flown from the tabernacle of clay wish them much success and prosperirecollection, the Hon. Chas. has not to the house where there are many May Brown were married at the res his house. i Mrs Lizzie Simpson and Miss been in the democratic coop for some Mansions prepared for the pure in idence of Rev. Crawford, at Old Paint J. C. Siler has gone to Indiana with ty Mary Thompson, of Lancaster, and he has no regular heart. Her husband, Mr. Zachariah Lick, Monday evening. The bride is time. At least two of nice cattle for pasture Miss Ada Belle Root, of btaniora, vis roosting space engaged therein. Elkin. a man of God. devoted to the a charming young lady and very pop in the Hoosier state. ited John Simpson and family last groom is a young man of ular. The cause of his Master, died twenty-on- e Long cablegrams Tuesday announce years ago. She was in her 73rd year induserious habits and nas many Perry Ballard has rented of J. L, week.... Mr. O T Wallace, of Point the the important event of Gen. Benja and had spent her life in trying to friends. We extend congratulations Hutchins a part of1900, widow Carlisle Leavell, was here this week surveying place for the year for $150 cash. the farm bought by Alex West min Harrison being received by Em make the world better, and those to the happy pair, Why experiment on yourself with peror William. The emperor will about her happy. Although she; pos There was several from this place Mrs Layton, of McCreary, is visiting Gallery in Central Ky., having This is now the most doubtless live fifty years longer since sessed the Christian virtues, in a high remedies of doubtful utility when you attended the barbecue at Brodhead her daughter, Mrs Win Broaddus. been recently equipped with being permitted to see the wearer of degree, sacrifice, the leading virtue can get Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy last Saturday, and to hear Goebel During the winter of 181)7 Mr James was most perfectly developed; for she which has stood the test of time? speak. grandpa's headgear. Reed, one of the leading citizens and years' sale and use have was never so happy as when trying to Twenty-fiv- e The most stubborn cases of Bronch merchants of Clay, Co. W Va., struck proven that remedy to be a prompt and The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies The action of the State Depart- make others happy. itis succumb to COUSSEN'S HONEY his leg against a cake of ice in such a ment in directing Minister Hunter to Kind, pure, gentle, forgiving she certain cure for colds. It will cure a OF TAR. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. manner as to bruise that it severely. It present the May claim against Guate- had no harsh words to express con cold in a day if taken as soon as the & J. E. Stormes lm became very much swollen and pained mala is construed as a rebuke to the cerning others, but always had a word cold has been contracted and before it Sam D. Rothwell, formerly of this him so badly that he could not walk Give a rascal of cheer for the despondent and an ex has settled in the system. Sold by E, gumshoe statesman. Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould- place, but now of Milledgeville, was without the aid of crutches. He was enough rope and he will inevitably cuse for the wayward. In the sanctu E. McKoberts Druggist. ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be accidentally shot last Thursday, and treated by physicians, also used sevary of God, around the fireside, in the hang himself. Mr. Kilgore, the popular hardware appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to eral kinds of liniment and two and a social circle and, as a leading member drummer for Belknap & Co., was the the wound is thought to be serious, the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the New French half gallons of whiskey in bathing it, Uncle George Dewey could re- of the Ladies' Aid Society, a powerful guest of Miss Margaret Francis, Sun "FLEUR-DE-L- IS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, gave any relief until he but nothing Bed Tlot From the Gun. turn to the Philippines and subdue church auxiliary, her work will live day Mr. and Mrs Thompson, of Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require insurrection within three months' after her, and give her a large credit Lancaster, were the guests of their Steadman began using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Was the ball that hit G.B. the a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. time. It is a great pity that the ad- on the ledger of Heaven. These state daughter, Mrs. R. L. Jennings, from of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. This brought almost a complete cure We will save you money. 224 Third Street, Opposite Post Oilice. in a week's time and he believes that ministration sees that it would take ments are not overdrawn, but they are Saturday until Monday Miss Hal- - It caused horible Ulcers that no treat had he not used this remedy his leg all the wind out of its sails to let Un admitted by all who knew the deceas lie Campbell is the guest of Miss Ma' ment helped for 20 years. Then Buck-len- 's cle George add more feathers to his ed, to be literally true. Her expres ry Ballard, of Whites Station this Arnica Salve cured him. Cures would have had to be amputated. already weighty cap. sion of reproof would always cause the week. . . .Mrs. B. F. Jennings is visit Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons. Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains tattler to pause and learn to speak ing: relatives in Bryan tsville.... Miss Corns, Skin Eruptions, Best Pile cure bruises and rheumatism. For sale by EDUCATION R. E. McRoberts. lm Gov. Bradley refused an applica well of others. Such souls gravitate Elisa Rucker has returned from Lan on earth. 25c a box. Cure guaranteed. Ig absolutely necessary to the youn tion for pardon made by a mountain to God as matter follows a line to- caster where she has been visiting rel Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist man or young woman who would win man, who said if given his liberty ward the center of the earth. Though atives for several days.... Miss Mary success m life. This being conceded would vote the republican ticket, she is now in the company of angels, Ely is visiting her aunt, Miss Nettie LOWELL. t is of first importance to get your trainin; at the school that strands In the very front rank i'OK SALE. never had a chief execu' and it would be sinful to wish for her Pond, at Perryville. Kentucky has tive who has exercised more caution return to this vale of tears, it is true THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Webb Faulconer made a sale of his BrnveJIcn Fall. with the pardon power than has Gov. that such noble women have done On account of old age, 1 offer for personal property and will go to InLOUISVILLE, KY. more to make the world better than sale to the highest and best bidder (if Victims to stomach,liver and kidney diana soon. Bradley. not sola privately betore that time) on Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line all the pulpit orators and printing troubles as well as women, and all feel u Gradnates of this college preferred by business houses. Write for Monday, Oct. 23rd, i8gg the result in loss of appetite, poisons in C. M. Gastineau sold to Vergil A great many men resolve to take presses m existence. a beautifnl bonk giving testimonials from graduates occupying SHORTHAND, of Hyattsville 10 barrels of corn prominent positions all over the United States it will be mailed expressions of praise were not the blood, backache nervousness, head These time to enjoy home and domestic life County Court day for Garrard county TELEGRAPHY. to yor FREE. - ache and tired, listess, run down feeling at $1.50 per barrel. my Hotel property in the town of Lan and practice the humanities as soon as reserved until her death, as the cuscaster Ky., known as the Mason Ho J. M. Meadows sold to Jas Burnside they can get rich,remarks an exchange, torn has it, but they were frequently But there's no need to feel like that tel, with all the appurtenances there But when that time has been reached spoken of her, during her life, and the Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville Ind a weaning calf for $25. also Dick Leas-ur- e unto belonging. sold one for $10. (0) find that the bent of mind and writer can truthfully say that he nev He says: "Electric Bitters are just the they Suid Hotel is well located' situated on Stan WE INVITE OUR FRIENDS the Court their lives have made the carrying out er heard an unkind word spoken of thing for a man when he is all run down Mrs. Frank Lawson has returned ford street in said town, adjoining 100 feet and House, fronting on Stanford street and don't care whether he lives or from a visit to friends and relatives running back 200 feet to tin allev. The hotel of the resolve wholly impracticable. her. mostly brick, with a frame addition ami con 'Waiting until they were rich" has She was related to some of the larg- - dies. It did more to give me new in Indiana C. M. Gastineau made tains 17 rooms besides the kitchen and other ' ontbniliiugs, including a od ice house. On hopelessly wrecked the happiness of est and most influential families of strength and good appetite than any- - a flying trip to Pulaski, last week. this Hotel lot is a good stable 3Gx feet with thing I could take. I can now eat a new metal shed attached, 14 x feet all in millions. The moral is plain don't the county, and they are a Nature can only feed the flame of good repair and is now used as a MVEKY peo- - anything and havea new lease on life." a and a do it. life with the food eaten which is di KTABLE. This hotelofha been doing the prin ciple hotel business the town formauy years pie. Her influence on the character Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts gested. HERBINE will reinvigorate una nas now me largest patronage. Free of Charge, of those with whom she was intimate- - Drug Store. Every bottle guaran This is a good opportunity as well as an in so improve dithe proper lm a week stomache, and natural bloom vestment toas a wnoie. party. This property Any adult suffering from a cold set- ty associated, is most beautifully teed. win ue soia gestion as to insure the HBBM ninnM is a of 2.000 tled on the breast, bronchitis, throat shown in the life of her three son- sand 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. is Lancasterrapidlytown situated population sud of health: Price growing on a high and FLATWOODS. or lunc troubles of any nature, who Robert and Garret, of this county, and healthy location, with a fine graded .school and lm churehe. of ail denominations and clever lios- - fes Complete stock of Stormes will call at J E Stormes' drug store, Dr. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga. surrounded by as rich We wish to call the attention of our litable citizens and is in any outer portion o will be presented with a sample botana as yon win nua Jake Clouse bought a hog from Wm. neighbors to 1 the fact that our Sunday the famous bluegrass region of Kentucky. sys tle of Boschee German Syrup, free of $6.50. Coldiron for a good L.ignt ana Telephone school at Stony Point has been reor nas mid a fraucuise has been granted fur Vu tern charge. Only one bottle given to one The death of little Francis Lee, in- - John A. Gibson sold half of his corn ganized for another Quarter and is ter Works. It is on the Uichinond ilranchon person, and none to children without C. division of the L. & Co.. and the fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles crop to Mr. A. B. Denny at $L50 per progressing nicely and we ask all in Is onK.the Hue of recent survey2f. It. K.Southern of the order from parents. Railway Company connecting Denman. cast a gloom over the wide barrel in the field terested in Sunday School work to as their other rood at Jellico.Teun.,Unrein with of about 90 No throat or lung remedy ever had circle of friends of the child's parents miles waich will make a through line from WHITE'3 CREAM VERMIFUGE sist us. such a sale as Boschee's German Syr- in this city and county. Mrs. Denman .Louisville to Kuoxville ana the soutn. is a highly valuable preparation, cap up in all parts of the civilized world. is XEKMS: Working Night and Day. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Twenty years ago millions of bottles West, of Lancaster, and she frequently able, from the promptitude of its act One third cash, balance in one and two vcars The busiest and mightiest little in equal installments witn interest on aeier ion, of clearing the system in a few your druggists were given away, and rate of percent per an isited here, bringing the sweet baby every worm. Price 25 cts. C. thing ever was made is Dr. King'sNew red payments at the1st 1900 0until paid when num from January will tell you its success was marvelous with her. Francis Lee was a beauti- hours of d possession will be given as the property is C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Life Pills. Every pill is a rented until that time. A lieu retained on It is really the only Throat and Lung ful child and the pet of not only the Charlie Dillon, Sinclair Cord and globule of health.that changes weak property for purchase money. Remedy generally endorsed by physiimmediate family, but all their friends families are visiting friends and rela ness into strength, listlessness into For further information apply to my son. W, M cians. One 75 ceno bottle will cure or and acquaintances. In her innocence tives at Flemminsburg....Miss Bes energy, brain-fa- g into mental power. ts. juason, Lancaster. Ky. prove its value. Sold by dealers in all MRS. ELIZABETH and purity she has been called to the sie Parish, of Preachersville, was the They're wonderful in building up the Capt. I. M.Dunn. Auctioneer. J. MASON. civilized countries. n par guest of Miss Jennie Scott last week. health. Only 25c per box. Sold by better land, and the ents can find sweet consolation in the Alvin Estes and family have mov R. E. McRoberts. BRYANTS VILLE. words of the Savior, who said, "Suf ed to Richmond Several of this vifer little children to come into me, cinity went to Stanford yesterday to STONE. and forbid them not, for of such is the buy stock WE BRING TO YOU Mrs. Buck Anderson visited her Miss Ella Spandler is parents in Jessamine Saturday and kingdom of heaven." spending a few days at W. II. Furr's. Piney Forests of Norway From Madam Rumor says we are to have Sunday.... Mrs. B F Jennings, of The Nicholasville Journal says: On another wedding in this neighborhood August Flower. Paint Lick, is the guest of her daugh Sunday morning, Oct. 1, 1899, at 2 soon. ter Mesdames Welch and Bryant, o'clock, the death angel called and 'It is a surprising fact," says Prof, Rev. Neal, of Winchester, filled his snatched from the loving arms that Houton, Col D. spent Thursday in Danville "that in my travels in all parts appointment at Scotts Fork, Saturday R Collier and family were called to enfolded it, Francis Lee, the infant of the world, for the last the years, I and Sunday. the bedside of Mrs Jake Nevius, who daughter and only child of Mr. and have met more people, having used Some of the hustling farmers are died on Monday, and was buried at Mrs. Chas. F. Denman, aged fifteen Green's August Flower than any other months. The little darling had been remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver through sowing wheat and have had a Pleasant Grove church Tuesday.. Mrs. Eliza Ballard has returned from ailing sometime, and an abscess form' and stomach, and for constipation. I nice rain on it.Jones, an accomplished ing in the head brought on convul find for Miss Alice a visit to Lexington relatives. salesmen, or for tourists and sions and its attendant evils. All the nrwit.irinQ wViara music teacher, of Livingston, is the George Mullins, of color, shot and loving care and skilled physicians nnrcnti c filllnrr nffifn 'feelings guest of her cousin, Mrs. George Ankilled Bud Fry, of color, at this place WJiuuuuiyicscivc iuc tuciismu uuu headaches and general bad . Improved by Science to a PLEASANT, PERMANENT, POSITIVE CURE Srrpmilar hnhlrc ovist. that. derson and trying to get a class in mu H. Dunn held of promise, and has been transplant- on Saturday night. J. it Green,g August Flower Is a grand sic. body. Mullins nn innuest over the For Coughs, Colds, and all Inflamed Surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes, remedy. It does not injure the sys "I wish to express my thanks to the surrendered and was taken to jail. The tern by frequent use, and is excellent manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, unfold in Heavenly beauty. The residence of Mrs. A S Haselden funeral services were conducted by for sour stomachs and indigestion." Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for on the west side of Bryantsville is for Eld. Robt. G. Frank and Rev. T. W. Sample bottles free at J E Stormes having put on the market sucli a won PINE-TAR-HON- EY rent. For particulars call on J. S, Watts at the family residence, Monday Drug Store. Sold by dealers in all derful medicine," says W. W. Massin- afternoon at 2 o'clock, the interment civilized countries. Haselden. gill, of Beaumont, Texas. There are at Maple Grove cemetery. many thousands of mothers whose On last Wednesday the house of Mrs; fire, children have been saved f rqm attacks lungs are exhilarated, the MANSE. The sore, weary cough-wor- n J. Hagan was discovered to be on of dysentery and cholera infantum The flames were quickly extinguished microbe bearing .mucus is cut out, the cause of that tickling is To the memory of my little nephew, and no serious damage was done. Farmers are very bust sowing wheat who must also feel thankful. It is for removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed. and soothed so sale by R E McRoberts Druggist. lm Jones: Sixteen months ago There is a big acreage being put in. We had a nice rain in. this commu Fitzhugh veeu uuy that there is no inclination to cough. , Miss Mattie G. Sanders has returned which was needed tuere cum u, have been greatly appre- The rains nity Sunday last, WlUl uu uiiKuu aumea um auuixux fc from a visit with relatives at Mc farmers in ths section Tery much. . ot'nc tnllinar no nf t ho nnrlt.v ann KWPPr- U c.iKWi-- r, an1 Creary.... Mrs. T. L. Sanders visited mi J Elder Allen will fill his appointment ness of t iUUUIauua "l wlC u1 umuUuuU Why must they Heaven. Mr. James Sanders at Judson last Sunday. at the Grove, rnmo In linrrpr n Tfw mnnT.ns Ann x, week. . . .Miss Lena Covington, of Litwill be preaching at the leave us so soon choked with the bit- - cured by There tle Hickman, visited Mattie and Pearl Methodist church here Sunday, and ter tears of our loss? This we cannot PILE OINTMENT. It never fails to Sanders Saturday and Sunday. . . .Miss for I have been seriouslya affected and wp. nnt. feRi these little . cure. Price 50 cts in bottles, tubes twenty-fiv- e years with cough regular vp. nn Sunday night, it being the .. W. J J My little daughter has been snblec Mary Leavell made a flying trip to pains in my side and breast that were for 75cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. I havo sold a splendid remedy and to severe colds and croup, and often causing me a miserable life. I spent day, by Rev. Robinson. temporary wanderers from a celestial your city Saturday Mr. Prather. of Find it taken with violent coughing spells at hundreds of dollars with doctors and. night. Sr. Bell's is for medicine, but everything failed, good seller. Sold five bottles to Miss at home come and go because of Miss Mary Marshbanks, of White Madison, .Yisited his daughter, Mrs A lovely line of ehildren's hats Stella Howell, of this place, who waa the onr orenaration I have fonnd that used Dr. Bell's Bho the great love of God? To my brother county, Ark., is visiting her sister, Teater Saturday Mrs. Haselden's. will relieve her. I think it is necessary until I tho world, and has saved my considered to have consunvtion. A large crowd It beats recommend J.X. GsisSLUf , in the household. B. Miss Mary Ramsey, jrine- - is now in good health un- Mrs. Highland me. i Dr. veil's and sister I will say it must be Druggist, Gcaataborg, 111. Louisville, Ky. went to Lancaster Friday from here to everybody with weak: speakable joy to be the parents of leaves next week for the south to to- hear George Denny speak,... Mrs Millions Given Away. lungi. It is a great success. J. B. Bossstx.! Grantsbnrg, 111. Mrs. Jas. Woods is certainly gratifying to the public such a child with the stamp of Heav spend the winter It George Simpson has returned from a Mrs. Dr. Mays to know of one concern in the land en on its brow and to one and all who is very ill this week trip to Frankfort and 'Lexington. been a blessing to is also on the sick list. who are not afraid to be generous to loved it, has it not T. L. Sanders made a flying trip to the needy and suffering. The propri hold it in your arms and care for it, to Nfcholasville last week. A Lima Kan's .Testimony. Horier you get as big a In buying Dr. Bell's Pine-T. etors of Dr. King's New Discovery for gaze fondly down Into the little uppure Dottle ana more aoses tor 25c man you ao or Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have turned face and rejoice in the I have obtained excellent results beauty of its smiles and then to give from the use of FOLEY'S KIDNEY It May Save Your Life any other, but the druggist's profit is less. given away over ten mijlion trial bot- It back to God at His call, with the A dose or two of Foley's Honey and and tles of this great medicine; and have thought that it is our little Fitzhugh CURE. It releived my back-ach- e peHaaAaftketri Therefore sense draffgtria pneu tamers to hvyjtnt whicli to tbcaa Eaeaan greater i the satisfaction of knowing it has abso-- in heaven as upon earth? Such love severe pain over the hips. It toned Tar will prevent an attack of ' profit. as this will sanctify and chasten our up my system and gave me new vim monia, grip or severe cold if taken in YOU DO XV. PMgMCP ' lutly cured thousands of hopeless cases. hearts and carry us out beyond time, croup, PINE-TAR-HON- EY Asthma, Bronchitis Hoarsness and all giving us a hold upon the unseen. To and energy. I regard it as an honest time. Cures coughs, colds, hoarsenesp, difficult breathing. disease of the Throat, Chest and Lungs have our hearts tilled wljh this holy and reliable remedy for all Kidney .AJETID TA.1TP1 35TO consump diseases. It makes no false claims whooping cough, incipient are sure cured by it. Call on R E affection is worth all' the sorrow Gives but does what it says when given a tion, asthma, or bronchitis. McRoberts Druggist, and get a free now bear. O.pure, sweet life, thy fragrance rare. fair trial. I certainly recommend it, positive relief in advancec trial bottle. Regular size 50.e and IL Still lingers in the silent air, Like a voiceless prayer it lulls my pain, Wm. Finn. 447 Elida Road, Lima, consumption, asthma or Every bottle guaranteed or price re And frozen griefs drop down in vain, Guaranteed. C. C & J. Ohio. C. C. &' J. E. Stormes. giacebaby died, W. W. funded. Will BT DEATHS. I SOhOOL Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW - AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. NT ROBERTS. KY. car-loa- Fax Jlrz CrsJllery. DAXTVILIiE, 4 Th.o Marvelous AnastimateXtenses Tlisso X.23.ses FLATTER. i MASON HOTEL A iUiilESS BOOK-KEEPIN- Gas-tinea- m MTO call see our handsome 1 SUNDRIES m m ' g- GO God-lovin- CO g g Toilet Articles and Books. DRUGGIST ,TroTr0-oTToTro'Tro'- jjPURE DRUGS! sugar-coate- 1 LILLAHJ3VBTDUT DANVILLE, KY. 1 heart-broke- the Nature's MOST Natural Remedy Dr. BELL'S ua j,...-- I v"" talk's m A COLD! A COUGH! CONSUMPTION! ancr - BEWARE! ar DR. BELL'S IXMT At McRoberts' Drug Store, Lancaster. S6S55SSSSSS OTHES. More than our Customers appreciate the Great Bargains we are now giving them. We worked hard in selecting our stocks and know that our prices cannot be duplicated by competitors. i I I f w elcome EfeEGANT SUITS ! SUPER5 SHOES HANDSOME N6KW6AR I BOTTOM PRICES. Excellent Quality. ,, n OF SUIT EVERYBODY, TO N055V HATS j Extra Quality. 0WWO.0000 style-Perfec- OF I nnnnrtn.)HHHywwwww WWW)WtlllllllWMW We Clothe you from head to foot and defy Competition on prices, quality and t Satisfaction or Money Refunded. I"H.OJBC3C-A.a- " The CLOBE. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY October 1 2, J. A Oo. N The GLOBE. TREES! TREES! 1899 Mrs. King and daughter, of Bryauts. Hie, and Mr. Josh Tillett, of Dauville, were visitors in mis city xuc&uuy. Miss Lena Bright has returned from several months visit to Her sister, Mrs. Chas. Doty in Fayette County. Col. J. "W. Miller and wife leave this week to visit their daughter. Mrs. R. E. Hughes, and attend the Carnival. Mesdames Sallie Harris and John Anderson have returned from a visit to Mrs. "Wood Browning in Lexington. Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury md Mrs. Louis Landram will attend the Louisville celebration next week. has been living at "Waco, Texas, for the past three years. Mrs. Ncvius and grandchil dreh, of Stanford, are visiting Mrs. James Dillon. Misses Carpenter and Bruce, two little beauties, of Stanford, spent Tuesday in this city. Miss Fannie Austin has accepted a position in the Blue Grass Grocery as book keeper and cashier. Mrs. Nancy Marksbury returned yesterday to her home in Perryville. She was accompanied by her son, II. A. B., and wife. Bruzer Rice also went along. Mare Local. A Paint Lick IJn ter prise. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting with ready sale every where. Persons who have used it say it's a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula, Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargement, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold op a written guarantee, and money refunded if not as represented. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. Anotli-- r Everything in our store is right up to date. J. Joseph. A Card. 1 THE. We spared neither time nor money in securing the Jiandiomeii 3all Jl'hllinettf Ever shown in Lancaster. Messrs. R. L. Salter a"d W. C. Price of Danville, were here Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mary Elkin. Al Burnside, who is holding down a job at the Lexington asylum, came over Sunday to see Lancaster friends. Dr. and Mrs. Simpson Elkin, of At Saturday, Oct. 14, iSgt) Stanford Journal. Mr. and Mrs. "W. lanta, attended the funeral of ns the following p rson il property. 10 shorthorn Our stock is now in, and on mother, Mrs. Mary Zack Elkin, Sun- McC. Johnston, of Lancaster, took the cows, red wcnnlins calves, T horses, 7 work train here Sunday for Louisville. Mr. day. display. We ask you to mnles. 2 binders, good as new, (1 McConnick Johnston, who is one of Gov. Bradley's and Keerini;;. I roller, cutting harrow. 1 and two chil right bowers, told us that the gover Mrs. George Burdett w'.eat dril s. i'haetuii. box. 2 reliable iuculialors. broader. 2 fiirni unions, CALrLf AND EXAMINE, dren, who have been the guests of nor was having his residence at Laii? and liur.iess. I mon ninueniue, holla hold and kitchen fnr.:iturc. Mrs. J. W. Miller, have returned to caster fixed up preparatory to moving fcale begins at .Sj o'clock. Chicago. into it as soon as his term expires, JAS. T. ADAM.. Aout The Railroad. Miss Annell Tomlinson celebrated which seems to settle the rjnestion of TILLET. Capt, Rcsposs, cliief of tHe corps of heard no more on Totten "A venue." her twelfth birthday Monday after of his intentions for the present, ORGANIZED 1883. engineers, whs here Sunclav and tells I believe the .stock pons will be an ad Rfipres'eiitifli Following Companies noon by giving a candy pulling to her Lexington Herald: Lust evening Tub Rkcoih) lie Iras completed the vantage to tradors if thoy can pass in little girl friends. at 8:30 the friends of Lieut. Lucien lino to Jellico. He says he 1ms never HUGHS NATIONAL BAKE, Aetna, ufety, but for the old and young to he Mr. and Mrs. Faulconer,of Danville, Young, U. S. m., presented him with run a more satisfactory lino, and beU OF LAN CASTES. FY. forced to cro.vd their way to the pens Queen, a "loving cup" at home of Dr. and of Rev. impossible to get better PEOPLE. $ parents Tuesday toHenry Faulconer, Mrs. F. O. Young. theThis was done as lieves itnow been ordered ato run one. uul run the risk of b iug run over by Palatine, A$OVT make this place irrived anHe has National, a souvenir ot the gallant ueeas 01 other line from Maretsburg lo Cum- some one is more than some or them Capital, $50,000 their future home. do. I respectfully sugLieut. Young on the "Hist" during berland Falls, which, the company at least, will Hartford, B. "Woods orders her Miss Carrie Surplus Fuad 10,000 Spain. A number thinks will probably open a little gest that Jockey Street ba moved to D' leware, Dick Ryan spent Sunday in Lex copy or the uecokd cnangeu 10 the late war with some more congenial soil, for tho of gentlemen friends were present. is good of both jockey and- other tra better territory, but in this there ington. Milwaukee, Berea, where she is now BUSINESS SOLICITED. The following, taken from Friday's great doubt. In Mr. Respess' line, he ders, so all can enjoy themselves betConueticut, Mrs. E. W. Arnold has been quite in Prest. Frost's ollice. Louisville Times, will be of much in- l)as about 2o per cent less tunnelage ter and npt be in so much danger. "Wo Iirefal and l'ronpt Attention Guaranteed ill this week. Continental, Misses Fannie Collier and Carrie terest to many Lancaster friends of than tjie L. & N., and keeps the grade will wait and see what we will see, Glons Falls, The condition of Judge O. F. Tillctt Currey, chaperoned by Mrs. Fisher the handsome and lovely bride, who at one per cent- - he entire distance. Respectfully submitted, Gaines, have returned from the German American, i. X. IIioqinbotbax icmains critical. PresJden frequently visited Miss Florence Har- The curvature also comes within his J. L, HUTGWiW, fair aiid carnival. !.cwi8 Y. Lkateli. Mr, Remess has run ton Piienix of llrookljn, limit, ris: Mrs. J. E. Stormes lias returned F. Hudson Mr. E. P. Moritz and handsome bride Cashiei New York Underwriter!, A Short Sad Story. "Yesterday atternoon, at the home linos for the Southern and nine of from a visit to Richmond. v. O. BiflssY came over from Stanford Monday. Mr. of her sister, Mrs. A. J. Conen, Miss them aro now either in operation or Assistant Cash'i Ltvernool & London & Globe. A Cold. The handsome Miss Jennie Warren M. is working on the diagrams for the Pearl Holcombe, the youngest uaugu- - course of construction, so It will be D. Walker Booklesi-eNeglect. North British & 3Itrc!iautiIo is visiting Miss Jennie Duncan. Steph P. Holcomoe, was waterworks and is progressing nicely. ter of ilev.Mr. AlvinCox, of Centralia seen that ho is a fine surveyor and Pneumonia. married to his business. Mr. George Palmer is taking in the DIRECTORS: Aetna Life Ies. Co.rf Harlforfl.CcL Grief. Mrs. Hugh M. Smith and children Mo. The ceremony was performed by understands Hemphill. The surveyors are stl'l at work in Carnival at Louisville this week. J.M.HIQQIN30THAM. I.XWIS Y LXATXLL, Had Foley's Honey and Tar been have returned from a visit to relatives Rev. Charles Robert quiet one, The wedding was a very and J.S.JOHNSOH, T. M.A1NOLD. Miss Nannie Harris was civen a in Bristol, Tenn. Mr. Smith has re- came as a surprise to even the most Boyle county and have run several used this story would have had a hap"We suppose B. F.Hddso.v. I.C. Arnold. Jn. surprise party "Wednesday evening. turned from a business trip to Cincin- intimate friends of the contracting lines. much do not getting they will pier ending. 2u and 50c. C. C. & J. PUBLIC! trouble through E. Stormes. 4L2X.GIBBS, J.J.WALKXR parties Miss Holcombe was one of have nati. Miss Jennie Lackey is at lnme again O- Fthe most popular young ladies in the that county, out tney win nave a Jacob V. Rom x?o.v. after a visit to Paris and Richmond. Mr. John W. "Wood of Boyle county, city and had a number of friends monkey and parrot time getting past Real Estate Qatiglit and Sold throughout the State. Mr. Lox is Stanford. A gentleman who knows Mrs. Pulliam and daughter, of Stan formerly with the Welch & Wiseman cashier of the bank of Centralia." I am in a position to advertise prop posi what he is talking about (a resident erty and to get fair prices for it. ford, are guests of Mrs. II. M. Ballou. Co. of Danville, has accepted a ! tion with The Logan Dry Goods Comof Lincoln) told us that back of Stan Please consult me if you have any to Myers, of Crab Orchard, was pany. Miss HuHtllus In Boyle County. runs for several miles a contin- dispose of, or if you desire to purchase ford 3Irs. W. S. Reazley's guest this week Here's what the Danville Advocate uous hill several hundred feet high. The Graded School and an era of gen Wednesday, October, 25th iSqq, R. E. Henry, of this ollice, made a A party will be made up to take in Hying trip to Cincinnati Saturday to has to say about the railroad: To get past, a tunnel as long as Kings eral prosperity, with a prospect for at Camp niclc Ilobinson, in Garni'd county" To wagons vre will sell win sell all my stock. Cr p and Implements, the Louisville celebration next week have some machinery repaired. The Captahi Manic and his corps of sur- Mountaing tunnel will have to be s and another railroad, cons'stins of sevtn work mules, 10 hands good Lump Coal running lines in Boyle made. This is the only way the other veyors are still 10c have caused a number to sook homes ready for market ; 7 horses, amoni; them a very Born, to the wife of Win. R. Cook, night trains area great blessing to county for the proposed Southern rail- route can be built, unless they parallel jn our city, and the value of property entie family mare: an extra road bushel those who havent much time to lose. way extension. Tney will complete our yards for the IViday, a boy, christened John Valen torse; from Stanford out to has boen enhanced. Although seven Wilkes, a superior brood inaro by Cambetta and the L. & their preliminary "work out of a Iinrboun Wilkes mare, back present. tine. Miss Annie Austin has accepted a move their camp toward Stanford, Brodhead and then take up Mr. Res teen residences have gone up, this ed by Mambritio Chief, safe in foal to Ashland Oscar Tillett, Ernest G. Brown, Jim position in Noel sisters' millinery halting somwhere about midway be- pess' present lino. Wilkes: bay Ally out of abjve by Ashland Wilyear, there is not a vacant house in Miss "Wilkinson, of tween the two towns. The surveyors We have also a full line all othir coals inkes; also yearling filly, an extra good one, ont Anderson are reported very much bet establishment. The Danville people are hopping around town taken several Cleveland, Ohio, who is an expert lias have consideration, lines nothing defi- about like a hen on a Imtgriddle, stuf the city, and even building lots will cj.thls mare, by N'uchnrst ;a ni ire by Nnthnrst cluding two gradesof cauuel .three sizes of Anter. and into soon be in demand. Until it is settled ontof a Barney Wilkes mare, la foal to Ash thracite, Woolridge, also arrived and taken a position with nite could be stated, even were it cer- fing the surveyors with wine, taffy and Jellico. I'aint Rock, Bry Mr. John Baughman has been in them. erne geidiug by tain that the road would run through hot air, but as The Recokd has said that the new railroad will be built, I land Wilkes; out of2.year-oI-dam of ant Bros. Fire Creek, Smithing, and Hay. Wilkes, the JacV2:10Kan' attending the trotting ra Lexington offer the following property at the this county.' It looks, however, as if Jorn. Oats, Cow Feed. Sail, Lime. Cement, Jack's Brother 2:1 IK. Mrs. Geo. B. Robinson, Mrs. Jpo. the road is to ba built, and Danville all along, Garrard will get this road', very low prices: ces. Also 43 (rood Tcarllnz cattle. 15 Jersey cows Patent I'last, r. Sand and Manufactured Ice. Wood, Misses Fannie and Betsy West and Boyle county will stand a splen- If it is left to the best route, the No. 1. A handsome residence, of 10 and heifers (the ch nice to get a Miss Bertha Burnside is in Rich are in Louisville this week. The lat did chance of winning if they will best territory and the shortest line. ml k cow), an good DANVILLE ICE Jersoy bull. COAL CO. rooms, witft twp cisterns and all nec ri) iresn ewesexfa aireaay brert to extra bucks, 3 m md visiting her cousin, Mrs. Richard ter will remain at the Southwestern make tlie proper bid.. If tlje road; is W. S. U LORE. Mgr. wagons, hay frame, carts. essary beautifully loca etc.: 2 buggies almost voodplows, harrows, etc.built and we lse it the town aid as new. Fox. McCorYard. C. S. Depot. Telephone 21. Town ofHospital under the care of Dr. J. E. county will bo sot back many yeajrs in 0n the lQth of December, 189?, Rev, ted on Danville avenue. There are mick binde' used only four days, lot in a Miss Altie Bcttis, of Danville, is the Mann. the march of progress. The road will S. A. Donahoo, pastor M. E. church, fifteen acres of land attached, with a tools, lightning Ihay baler. Iarite tonsofofsmall fice and Factory, :!d St.. Telephone 151. some ol corn, about ID pnre be worth all it would cost, and It is nay, guest of Miss Lottie Bettis, Danville Mrs. Ruphas "Whittaker and pretty understood that the price would not South, Pt. Pleasant, "W. Va., contract front of GOO feet, thus furnishing umumv straw, nun 0115ciover nay ofana several 1493- -' licks of about new cultibushels street. ed a severe cold which was attended building lots, which can be sold at vated hemp seed, ,r: acres of good hemp in the little' daughter, accompanied by Mrs. be burdensom. shof.k, 10 hemp breaks, a splendid cooking THE from the beinning by violent coughing good prices. The property is owned range, two or three heating slaves, together Mcssers Howard Marrs and Smith, Miller and pretty little Patsy Dunn with He says: "After resorting to a num by Mrs. II. C. Kauffman and can be aboutother thinrs about the kitcheu and house; Denny Speaks. guests of Mrs. Margaret.t Judge of Danville, were Lancaster visitors were the 150 pure Plvmotf) Hook ohlckens and .Vi 'specifics,.' usually kept bought at tlie low price of $3,000, t irki ys; a sreut m,any Utile art cles about the Eason who has been quite sick but is Sunday. Judge George penny, of Lexington, ber of kitchen, dining room and house. ThU is tho purpose, I purchas No. 2. A valuable brick residence, pi ce for bargains, as the property will pos writing. was greeted by a big crowd of his oa) in the house, to no Misses Lizzie and Bessie Turley, of better at this ed a bottle of Chamberlain's Cpugli of eight rooms, on Lexington, avenue. uivuiy uo suiti, ai uie same time unit place x sen me The social and industrial club wi friends at the Court Hpuse Friday al Remedy, which acted like q charm. Uichmond, are visiting relatives in CAPITAL I SURPLUS. This is pne of the best houses in the -- OFmeet with the Misses Marksbury and ternoon. He Js a man who Stands most cieerfuly reepmmend TOZIr HOUSE PROPERTY hls city. '100,000.00 it to the city aqd is well located, in a quiet Mrs. Louis Landram Wednesday after high in the estimation of the Garrard tciy in the forks of the pike; splendid immedl public.'" For sale by R. E. McRoberts neighborh.Pod Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars, of Mc- Thoro is. an abundance lot. wlih house ol four rooms; elegant cistern LANCASTER, o'clock to organ people, and they always turn out when uid all outbuildings, meat home, poultry Kinney, are visiting the family of Mr, noon at half past twoAll members arc he makes a speech either political or Druggist. lm of fruit and water, ornamental and house, g;od stable, etc.. etc. This property U ize for the winter. "Wm. Shugars. new.nnd evervthlne abont It Is shade trees, a fertile gardon and eve 1 in a law ease. His tribute to this, bis requested to be present. fee rei a'r-tNotice of Election rything necessary to make it highly ty pel u store or snop best location in the coun 01 any kind. old home county, was quite touching, tor Mr. J. I. Hamilton, wife and Eph A. R.Dkvt. President. Notice is hereby given that on Tues attractive and desirable. There are TE tM? LIBERAL. Sale will commence ot Miss Mary Harvey Woold ridge, of nis speech was devoted to the Chinn EHgleman have been to Lexington at 10 o'clock, sharp. Jso. E. Sioaxu, Vice President. Denver, Col., is. the guest of Mrs. Lu bill, the election law and McChord day, Novembor seventh, eighteen hun four acres of land attached, furnishtending the trots. from seven ing three good building lots. I wi 1 W. HUDSON. cy Ford on High street. This is Miss railroad bill, upon which points he dred and nlnoty-nln8. C. Denhy. Cashier. Frank B. Marksbury leaves this Wooldridge's first visit after a long dwelt for probably an hour and a quar o'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m sell this property at a reasonable price T.D. ENGLISH. Auct'r. I. P. Ronixsox. Jr., B. T. Emertv week to visit his sister. Mrs. A. II absence and her friends are glad to continuously, an election will be held or trade it for a farm. ter. He said he had never been honBice in Nashville. No. 3. A new frame house, on Camb- Ass't Cash'r. welcome her. Lexington Herald. election or appointment since In and for the City of Lancaster, Ken ored by B. SWilEBItOAD, gave as the reason tucky, by the qualified electors of said bell street, with 8 rooms and necessr. Mrs. Isaac Arnold and children of Claude G. Wherritt, who now has a leaving Garrard and DIRECTORS "Washington county, have been visit- permanent position with the Southern that when a watermelon was cut city, to determine whether said city ry outbuildings, with a lot fronting an indebtedness of fourteen 300 feet one way and 150 another. The Jas Spllman, Sam l.D. Cochran ATTORNEY AT LAW Inj relatives here. there was always a lot of republicans shall incurdollars for Railway engineers, came home from the purpose of house is about 5 years old, and it cost A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. who beat him to the slices. 7 After de thousand Miss Effle Sandidge, of Uustonville the mountains Sunday and returned they would careful furnishing said city with water, (fifty more money than the entire premises AND REAI,.ESRATE AGENT. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson. Is the charming guest of Miss Susie Monday morning. "Shorty" likes the vouring the melon and say "Here, fire hydrants), for seven years. Said will cost now. It is in a populous and Sandidge, near Buckeye. Jno. E Stormes, work and ft seems to agree with him. ly wrap up the seed indebtness to bo paid in sevencqual business portion of the city, and a liv Options on Farms wanted. Monry Dennev, you take these, plant them The. amount ing could be made on the premises, in Lexington Loader: Miss Eliza L. and next year you will have a whole annual installments. Mrs. T. M. Goodnight and Miss Et- therefore necessary to be raised- "an jaomc branch of merchantile business loaned on Frst Class Heal Estate. PARKER'S tle Belle Root, of Stanford, were Mrs. Anderson, a graduate of Hamilton crop of watermelons."- - He said he nually by taxation istwo thousand HAIR BALSAM '"Iwill show the above property to R, U. Batson's visitors Saturday. College of the class of '9.7, has accept- could never get the seed to grow. The Clmini tnd bastion tht Ol AGENT FOR Promote a lnxurUnt rrovth. R. Kinnaibd, Mayor; anyone desiring to purchase. I will on the factulty of IIollU Judge went from here to Mt. Yernon, dollars. Rarer Tall to Beaton Off! Misses Lizzie Beazley and Mollie ed a possion of city of Lancaster, Ky. handle farms on reasonable terms. No Pennsylvania. and will make several other speeches Kmtp ducsm hair talttaft Cam daysburg Seminary of Co. Life Brooks, of Crab Orchard, were visitors , M. D. Hughes. sale no pay. Aft: W. H. Whsbbitt. Clfc Miss Anderson Js.a Kentucky girl who during the campaign; Mrs. .Walter Beazley this week. H 1 1 1 1 wu-o-- The following have been Mrs. R. E. McRoberts guests this week: Dr. and Mrs. Yaught and MasterCharlie "Ware Yaught, of Richmond.Mrs. Stella Lap sleyand Miss Robinson, of Ilarrods- burg, Mrs. Joseph Mount, LaG range. m L FIslU at Pulnt Lick. occurred between The Roller Mills of Burnam & Ruckcr and their customers and trade, and it seemed for a while that the mills were about to got licked but Burnam & Rucker have put on a double force of men and are now running their plant both nivrht and day. They are now prepared for trade and exchange fully. Come from II S:iv-HnrLlfV. near and far, you can be accomodated Miss Mamie Smith, of Middleshoro. generally inside of 30 minute?. ReKy., writes: member we stand on our Hat feet and My state to the public that we are experts bad. little sister had the Croup very 1 gave her several doses of Foat our business. ley's Honey and Tay and she was in & RUCKKK. BtJKNAM stantly releivcd. It saved her life, C. C & J. E. Stormes. lm It The Honorable authorities of the The Blue Grass Nurseries offer City of Lancaster, and others to everything for Orchard, Lawn and whom it may concern: Garden Full stock of Fruit and I find you have ordered that horse swapping shall be confined to Totten Ornamental Trees, Grapes, Small avenue, and on this street the stock Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, and pens are located. Experience has everything kept in such an estabtaught me that the two classes of tra . ding do not go together. 1 have no SALE & FEED STABLE. ! lishment. We employ no agents-Descriptive catalogue on applicaobjection to horse swapping, but the way ordinary horse swapping is carri- tion to LANCASTER, KY. d on, which is known and read of all II. F. HILLENMEYER, men, is not the place for cattle and We make special Attention of Phone 279, Ixington, Ky. mule buyers, to desire. Now sirs, 1 think I voice the sentiment of a ma our jority of the traders that trade in ..SALE STABLE. Lancaster, when 1 say unless they OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. havo-betprotection in the future Nice combined horses always on than they hud last county court day hand for sale. Havluer o'd my farm, I will sell publicly on the iiremised at Camp Dick Uobinsou. to that the voice of tho trader will be ito's PUBLIC SALE ter W. B. BURTON. die highest and bost bidder, on INSURANCE. 1 -- type-writin- g - i SALE STOCK, CHOP Implements 1 and num: at ifflii. at a water-work- Gain-bet- fc 1 l mi Jil 11 iimnar-rlve- lv he i. 0. , - -- York h's. Hi BC3 THE OLD RELIABLE CINCINNATI Hi f ESTABLISHED ib 5TATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. . A SMALL S Pur'!i In V rite to rozlne .t Co'd . K7.. for any thin? yuu Aseuey, big inouey. Infor want to bay. You caai.ie lyr. mation free. 1793. THE PACING FUTURITY. jnr.'Uryan's Kentucky Appointments. OwEXsnono, Ky., Oct 8. William J. Good Watches Absolutely Free. We want yonr name for PASTIME, GAZETTE (W'ikly E litioa of T'az Cincinnati Commercial Tribune) WEEKLY It Took Seven Beats to Decide the 2:21 Trot at the Lexington Races on Friday Afternoon. THE FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ENLARGED! x Sp2cial Departments devoted to Agriculture, Poultry, Markets, Literature, with other special Features IMPROVED! NOW I Iff NEW FORM, 20 PAGES Irj NOW J 20 PAGES The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any weekly published in the West. Read by over 300,000 people WANTED AGENTS. Seni for SPECIAL TERMS. ADDRESS, SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES. THE COMMERCIAL Cincinnati, TRIBUNE CO. O. Dr. R. Goldstein, Fourth Ave. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, 544, sow Will be at Gilcher Hotel, Danville, on which Saturday Novr. 4, and at St.Asaph owner can have by paying charges and Hotel, Stanford, Monday, Tfovr. 6th, returning one day each month. Eyes for this notice. Jay Bird has two sons that have examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted. sired new 3:10 performers this season, 2:09 and Early. in Allerton Dizziness, loss of appetite, flatulency and nausea are all connected with IIERBINE dypepsia or indigestion. will give prompt rcleif. Price 50 cts. lm C. C. & J. E. Stormes. J. C. ITemphill Jr. sold last week to T. S. Elkin one shoat for 9.98, which he bought a few weeks ago for S3.85 and the same day he bought of his father, seven shoats for S8.50 six of which are sows. His father is very proud of him and says that lie will try and handle this fund to the best advantage, so that he will have some spending money when he is ready to enter colledge. Stanford Coukt. Nearly 1,000 cattle on the market, the supply much Hardly greater than the demand. half of them changed hands and cattle men agreed that the market was 25 cents oil on the hundred. Jones & I5ro., of Pulj'ski, disposed of CO calves Rotary Motion ami and two year olds at 815 for the former and 17.50 for the latter. Bishop and Carter sold Murphy 18 extra good yearlings at $30, JlcCall of Rockcastle sold a lot of steers at 4c and heifers 3 cents. Bishop sold to Carson 12 calves at $15, Smith srld to G. T. Higginboth-asome calves at $20 and to Holtz-claa heifer for 33.50, Embry bought six mule colts at 22.50, to 35 and E. P. Faulconer, of Danville, a number at the same figures. R. L. Hubble bought six aged mules at $50 to 80. Interior Journal. The Banner Tile Cure. Is Banner Salve. It gives immediate relief and will soon effect a cure. E.W.Arnolfl, Lancaster. 25 c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. "V. R. Cook lias a stray bob-ta- il weighing about 300 pounds, Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. Ball Bearings. Lexixoton, Ky., Oct 8. The crowd fell off a little from that of Transylvania day, but it still was large. The October wind had a bitter touch which made overcoats necessary. Otherwise the weather was all that could be wished and the track was in fine condition. The pacing futurity, which should have been a feature of the day, was a farce. Glory broke repeatedly in both heats and so badly in the last that Lucie May distanced her. The 2:17 pace, first on the card, was big surprise. Tom Wilkes sold for 825 to 13 in the first heat and in second. He won both with apparent ease, third Wilkes for 530, field 810, but the favorite broke at the head of the stretch- - and finished second. Carmelita won in handy fashion from Billy George. Carmelita was made fa vorite on the next heat, selling for 850, field 825. She took the next two heats with but little trouble. It took seven heats to decide the 2:21 trot. A schedule of betting by heats shows how bettors tried to hedge. May C was original favorite, and af ter winning first heat sold for 50, field 88. Could not keep her feet and was practically left at the post after the starter had warned her driver repeatedly. She was distanced, Earlim S winning the heat. Earlim S sold for 817,.fieldS25, and she took the heat Her price went to 850 and the field sold for 850. Next heat betting was the same. After the 5th, Baron Belt sold for 825, S15. Finally field for last heat Earlim S was again the favorite, the field bringing 815. Malzour was best and won the last heat handily. pace for Saturday was The declared off, only Searchlight remain ing in. Mr. S. H. Bronson, of New Haven, Ct, offered to match his horse, Searchlight, against any pacer on the track for S2.500 to 85,000. Also offered to race with any three pacers for S2.500 a side, each racing with Searchlight a 6lngle heat Searchlight, 2:03" will make an ef fort Saturday to break the world's record of 1:59K held by Star Pointer. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 11. Tuesday's card of five races was made notable by the breaking of one world's record and the trotting of a fast half mile over a rather slow track. It was in the first heat of the Ashland stake, which was regarded as a two horse race between Tommy Britton and Peter the Great. In the first heat Peter the Great and Tommy Britton showed the greatest burst of speed ever seen in a public race when they trotted head and head the half mile in 1:01 and the second quarter in 29. By many it was considered bad driving and very possibly lost the race for the two heavy favorites. They kept togother to the last eighth, when Britton drew away and won by a length all oat, with Peter also greatly distressed. Britton was done for. and Bonnatclla, who had finished third and fourth in the first two heats, took the race rather easily. The stock farm purse was won by Endow from a good field of youngsters. Arlington was' an almost even money favorite for the 2:07 pace, but Eyelet in a hot struggle took the race from him. free-for-a- Bryan's speaking appointments in Western Kentucky on Monday. October 10 have been arranged. Mr. Bry an on that day will make six speeches as follows: Bordwell, Mavfield, Benton, Hopkinsville, Central City and Leitchfield. His appointments for the second and third days of his stay in Kentucky have not yet been fully agreed upon. a bright clean, Hluj'ruted story awl humorous paper for tin family circle, tC large ptigea. only 75c a year; on trial! mouth. lCc. We give a nickle a e.t med silver watch to each ium sizu watch, guaranteed for o:ip yra.--. Will keep time for many years as accunttely a3 a $100 watch And we give rjold Wntche. Bicyparticulars The greatest caro should be given to cles, etc. Sample and II you do nofree. Send more, we MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE any little sore, pimple or scratch which us yonr address shows no disposition to heal under ordin- - will surprise you. Better enclose 5 stamps for trial subscription, or S stamps for watch and ADDCADim AT CIDQT AQ ary treatment. No one can tell how soon these paper, while th watclr;- - aru golns free. Tho KO will develop into Cancer of the wort type. ftrrCAnLU Al Ij r. I'ASTIMK Pub. Co.. Louisville, Ky. B So many people clio from Quicer simply cause they do not know just what the disease is; CDC P 1 M P I CQ IAY rlnol BE C ANGER. Louisville, Louisville Their Headquarters. Ky., Oct 11. The mem bers of the Church of the Latter Dav Saints, who have been operating through the state for some time, have decided to make Louisville headquarters for the states of Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, and will soon build a church in the central part of the city. A largo fund has been raised for this purpose. Pineville, Ky., Oct Has Dng His Own Grave.' 11. On Phil lips Fork creek, Leslie county, 20 miles from here, Ephriam Helton, OS, an old soldier, has dug his own grave in a cave 50 feet from the" surface by cut ting the vault in a rock inside tha cave. lie has measured it with his own body. He says he will soon commence to make his own coffin, and will buy his burial clothes. t mL.IIL rilflrLLUi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors, and are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous operation the only treatment which tlin doctors know for Caucer. Tlio disease more returns, however, and EromptlyCancer is a deadly poison isineven blood, violent and destructive than the and an operation, plaster, or other external treatment can have no effect whatever upon it The cure must come from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. Mr. Win. Wal le. of Walshtown, S. D , says: "A little blotch aboi the size of a pea came under my left eye. gradually gro ing larger, from which shooting pains at intervals ran in ... ilirections. I became greatly alarmed and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced it Cancer, and advised that it be cut out, but this I could not consent to. I read in my local paper of a cure effected by vis. S S. S., and decided to try it. It acted like a charm, the Cancer becoming at first irritated, and then discharging very freely. This gradually grew less anil then tinued altogether, leaving n small scab whicli soon drop- ped otf. and now only a neaiiny nine scar remains wnere P what threatened to destroy my" life once held full sway." , r j.i c.jff'o Cnnn;Rn i rr D.miH Suiter, disea-ie- 'VUa i:i"e!ropolie without the use os medi-HiA Tiiiri? Oir'nii trvaf.iieut. bv where everything else fails It tion. Itciire.s Is needed iu every family, for it will lelievee-er- y weakne-or aliment, to the most persistent chronic disease, and without the use of a grain of medicine. Thousands of people all over the I'nited States, from private citizens to Lawyers. Doctors, Preachers, Supreme Judges. Editors, etc.. even Crowned I leads of Europe have given written testimonials of these facts. 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Contagious Blood-PoisoUlcers, Sores, or any oilier form of blood disease. Valuable n, books on Cancer and Blood Diseases will be mailed free to any address by TAKEN AS ESTEAT. 8 ft Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. By RIc3 Lotn, one sorrel mare, about It years old. about 15 hands hih. saddle scars FIRE an! LIFE INSURANCE on back, whlt&hlud foot and smtll blaze in face. Came to my place in July. For further particulars address me at McCreary, Ky. OwnNOTAEY PUBLIC, It er can have same by paying expenses. s. s. S. FOR THE BLOOD TAKEN UP AS ESTRAT. HP X. DUNN SPRINGFIELD guard for expectLand. Snverpr anl Aptfor ant mothers. It helps them thro' the early stages without morning AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO sickness, and as Ihe critical hour approaches it relaxes and relieves the overstrained muscles. JOHN T. JOHNSTON Labor is shortened and robbed of nearly W. JIcC JOHNSTON, all pain. Safe delivery is assured, and of rising or swelled breasts the danger JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON entirely avoided. 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Fancy Gold Ring. Genuine RubySetUas Gold Ring. For25IIoa heads and a yTfM js&s. jBIV apt, Chopped to Death With an Ax. Ky., Oat 8. At Helca, A BOON TO MANKINDS DR TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE S5zMC SnHm PI oif Jn -- a mining village, one mile north, John Cook chopped George Davis almost to death with an ax, burying the blade in his side and head. Davis is still alive. According to Cook's story he was pro tecting his mother and sister from Davis. Boy Dragged to Death. Ky., Oct 1L Rudy Rcinsperg, 11 years of age, was riding Monding night on Floyd street when These rings are genuine rolled-gol- d plate, having the exact appearance and qualities of solid gold, and guaranteed by the makers to last two yean with ordinary usage. New patterns and very popular. I I I I I I I To Determine the Size. stmmp. a ; A rery fine umbrella, made of union frame with seven ribs ; steel rod and silver Congo handle. Would cost 82.00 at the store. strength, purity and flavor Knickerbocker" Watch. Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. Two extra fine cambric handkerchiefs, with beautiful im- Sorted insertGiven for 175 iloa Cut a strip of thick paper so that the ends will exactly meet when drawn tightly around second Joint of the finger. Lay one end on this diagram indicates. at the 0. and order the number the other end Louisville, Dress-Pi- n Set. 15 nailed free lion heads and m stamp. Three pins in theset (larger com than shown), rolled-golposed of fine with handsome ruby-colore- fr n, Spinas fftB iff n PI V fW CURE xne laa was nis norse iook ingnt. thrown and the reins became entang led with his feet. Ho was dragged three squares, and when picked up he was dead. Frankfort's Centennial. Ky., Oct a The un veiling of Frankfort's centennial stone took place Friday with elaborate ceremonies and in the presence of 15, 000. City schools were dismissed and 1,200 children attended the unveiling, which was under the auspices of the Kentucky State Historical society. heads and 2cnt stamp. Neat appearing and an excellent time keeper. 8olld nickel-silve- r case, with Art Picture, Greeting' Given for 8 Hon heads cut froa Lion Coffee wrappers Easter set- tings. waist-pinneck-pin- Suitable s for A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. JAMES child's set. Sash-Be- lt or as a ornamental back. Nickel movements, escapement fully The famous Jeweled. "Knickerbocker" watch. ions in the corners. hem, Half-inc- and a stamp. Fbaukfout, and Buckle. Ladies' Watch Chain. A double strand of best silk cord, united at intervals with colored beads ; neat and substantial. For 15 Ilea heads and a machine hemstitched; stylish and durable. A pair of these handker chiefs given for 18 Hon heads cut froa Lloa Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp. A highly artistic picture, grace that will drawing-the finest room. The background of royal dark-blu- e an furnishes asaaaj appropriate stamp. Children's Picture Book. F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor. - - 3K) North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. STORMES DRUGr SlTOIfcE. Gent's Watch. Mailed free far 15 lion heads cot from staenp. Lion Coffee wrappers and a n Latest style of imported black Swiss ribbon belting; stylish imitation oxidized silver buckle ; neat, strong and fashionable. Coal Goes Up. Lexington, Ky., Oct 10. flailed free for 90 Iloa heads and a stamp. The celebrated ' Inger-soil- " Coal deal ers have notified their customers here that there will be another rise of 30 cents per ton on coal Monday. Death of T. Y. Bugglns. Silver Napkin-Rin- g. d watch; and stem-se- t: durable nickel-plate- d cose; each watch accompanied by guarantee of the maker. Are-liab- lip Century 363 heads and a Oiven for 10 Hon contrast to the little girl and her white Easter lilies. Size, 11x8 inches. wl'.l stamp. Sixteen large pages of Mother Goose Melodies anl Fcr lion heads X cents we lend it tinned ready for banglag. 10 illustrated and with nicely lithographed cover. We have dilTcrent books, so you can get an assortment. Flower Picture. Niciiolasvillk, Ky., Oct a T. Y. Huggins, bachelor, aged 50, died of paralysis Friday after several weeks' illness. He has been ' a prominent horseman, and is well known in the turf. For 15 lion heads and m &ceat stamp. Neat and substantial. Made of durable metal, heavily silver-plateTwo different patterns. Coin-Purs- e. Cook-Boo- k. Ladies' Pocket-Book- .v K3E3 pages of valu-- g ceipts, also treatise on the labor of the kitchen, dining- room.laundry, sick- room, and remedies r for the more com- S moh diseases. Given for 15 lion b a heads and a Large size and latest shape. Blade seal grain leather, with five separate divisions,including For 8 Hon heads and a 2c stamp. American Beauty Roses and Size. 11x24 inches. Bright and artistic coloring. Louisville, A Governor's Grandion Dead. Ky., Oct 8. Samuel 'dark Postlewaitc Sncad died here Friday morning, aged 83. He was the' grandson of Gen. Thomas Scott, of Gen. Washington's staff and one of the early governors of Kentucky. Printer Fatally Wounded by Bis Wire. Louisville, Ky., Oct 10. Adolph Wagner, a printer, was shot and fatal ly wounded Sunday night by his wife after a quarrel in which the woman says Wagner attacked her violently. The couple came here from Cincinnati. M brown. Made of fine kid leather: cham ois lining: nickeled irame, witn strong For 15 Hon heads and stamp. Color, a flap to hold visiting cards secure. Oiven for 25 Hon heads from Lloa with The Dancing Lesson.' Coffee wrappers and a 2c. stamp. a Ladies' Pen -- Knife. For 15 lion heads Lion Coffee wrappers tamp. Large size; terial; handles nicely and assorted colors. good madecorated Table Cover. Durable, material that will stand washing. 32 inches sauare. Including fancy fringed border. Mailed free for 25 Uoa heads and a 2c. stamp. cut frosa and a 2c Boys' Pocket-Knif-e. The "; strong, sharp blade ; d handle. For 12 Hoa heads and a 2c stamp. The green gras3 and trees, the llttla brown kitten and the girl's snow-whit- e dress form a pleasing combination of colors. Size. 15x21 inches. Hailed fraa for stamp. 8 Uoa heads and a Call and, see this Celebrated "Wagon at G. S. GAINES' Excels all others. TUB ABOVB ARB ONLY A FEW OF THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another list win shortly appear la this paper I Don't salsa It I The graadatt list of premiums ever offered t Yon always know LION COFFEE by the wrapper. It is a sealed package, with the lion's head la front. It U absolutely pare If the package Is unbroken. UON COFFEE Is roasted the day It leaves the factory. IMPORTANT NOTICE. iWhea writing for premiums send year letter In the hsw eaveJeaa or package wttn tne lion neaas. 11 more man 1 5 lion ncaas are acm. you caa save postage by trimming down the margin. Ask yoar grocer terlarga Illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the It folly Warranted and All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand ought to know that when fering from any kidney trouble lyit that a safe, sure remedy is Foe ley's Kidney Cure. Guaranteed C. C. & J. E. or money refunded. Stormes. suf-Yft- fl WOOLSON SPICE CO., ToSmdm, Ohlm.