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Q t Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster as Second Class Matter NU31BEK SO ONE ent YEAR Ky LOUISLANDRA f Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON OCTOBER 26 199 DOLLAR A YEAR 5w 0 j hg etotTENTH + z z zy jjj LANCASTER AND VICINITy I C 8 o oAoboo 4typpgpp appoo 0000000 Barrel salt at There seems to be a lull in the building Push it along Nows a good time to set out shade trees Plant some and beautify your premises There will be preaching at McKen dree next Sunday by Hey L Robin son at 11 a m and 7 p m Dutch Bulbs O C Uebsrlin the florist on York sjreetjias a fuli line at reasonable tf Just received new currants seeded raisins cooking and layer raisins also new oat meal rolled oats and at Fuller Sympsons On and afteeOct 23 County Court day I will have on hand about 200000 brick for the local trade Come early aid avoid the rush R M DILLKIIAY Court Day A big crowd came in Monday iness was fairly good and everything passed off very orderly Stock sales will be found in another column Barn Burned A large barn belonging to Branham Beazley and John S Baughman was burned Monday morningon their farm near Hyattsville Mr W A Iliatt who lives on the place lost some hay 15 barrels of corn and his gear There was no Great Good The attendance at Dr J meetings has increased greatly and much interest has been awakened Our people appreciate theopportunitv of listening to this learned and and attend each service in large numbers The meetings will ue throughout this week lion G G GI brt Speaks The big court room was crowded Monday afternoon by Garrard citizens to hear lion G Gilbert expounded de mocratic doctrines Mr Gilbert is a typical gentleman who indulges in no personalities or mudslinging By his courteous treatment of all he has won many warm friends and admirers all over the district and state He was frequently and loudly applauded and his address was warmly received Mr Gilbert is a warm personal friend of THE RECOUDS and we were glad to see him receive so warm a reception s load Bones a d tron R A STNE i prices hominy bus insurance Doing L nobleman con tin I Gaines WANTEDCar sidewalk 1 r C McKee Few drunks Monday Go to Logan Robinson for heavy boots and shoes New stock note and letter heads just received at THE RECORD office J Joseph leads in up goods and knows his aniiot be I will take orders for the Ladies Home Journal from both old and new subscribers Mrs Dollie Brown 2t Ladies dont select cloak until you have looked QJID line We can please yomjn style fit quality and price My samples for Fall and Winter are now all in and I am better prepared than ever to make you a suit or overcoat from 1000 to 4000 in everyway given you Call IIRunning Wires The electric light people are now running the wires throughout the They are taking pains with the work and doing a good job The opera house will be wired by an in that line one who knows the wants of the show people Wanted All kinds of metal brass zinc old ledgers rubber sheen hides pelts tallow beeswax ginseng and yellowroot Will pay extreme market price for all kiiids produce H B NouTHCOTT Remember When you take the night trains you can at a very small additional get a big reclining chair in the sleep er These chairs are as comfortable as a sofa and you ca sleep as well as if in a regular berth This sleeper is on both trains and runs from to Cincinnati Non Order ofTIiingH Dr J L McKee says that for he noticed that grrwn folks nev er attended Sunday School and rarely remained to preaching In order to secure better attendance at both he changed the program Sun day and commenced preaching closing at eleven oclock The Sunday school was then held from eleven to twelve A much larger congregation was on hand and many remained to the Sunday School Dr McKee try the plan for a while and if factory will hold to it n s date duplicated handsome J EPH Satisfaction and see me JC IIILL hotel great expert copper Tills cost Knoxville sometime children price through before a lead aft 5 sal CLOAKS We have just received another large shipment of Ladies Misses I and 1 Childrens JACKETS grid WRAPS I ii Come at once land makega your selections before the good things are gone We have also just received some handsome patterns in DRESSGOODS SILKS Etc Our Low Prices move them quickly Logan DryGoods Compny H Si J J 4 fij rn r J I I jjjJ- D G Ef i Een f r Fri H FE D FE o l ii FE p El 1 Fli k y B Q u uuuuu 1 o p n o o p p o tt J s p Stylish shoes at Alf Taylor at Court House Wednes day evening Nov 1 I am standing a nice Jersey Bull 100 cash m25tf R L ELXIN All the latest styles in gloves and hosiery at A B Robertson Bro Danville The bird law expires November 15 instead of November 1 as stated in THE RECORDS last issue Spectacles Lost Between Dr Herrings and Presby terian church Return to RECORD office and receive reward our wear Paint Lick A B Robertson Bro the leading dry goods firm of a love ly line of dress goods and invite Gar rard friends to call and inspect Traders were much better pleased with the stock pens Monday but they kick vigorously against having the jockeys in that neighborhood The jockey is a nuisance thats hard to get rid of Mayor Hold Over There will be no vote for Mayor this Fall as Bob Kinnaird was elected for four years The young men propose to see that Bob is kept in this position for life if he will accept it Hon Alf Taylor is not only a good talker but he injects climaxes with a humor and witty remarks that inva riably bring a laugh or applause Wed nesday night Nov 1 General admis sion 50c reserved seats 75c at Me Roberts drug store At The Fork Sunday We are requested to announce that Rev B A Copass will preach ak the Fork church next Sunday There is a probability if his taking charge of the church Speaking Monday Judge T Z Morrow will aldress the citizens of Garrard at the Courthouse in Lancaster next Monday the 30th at two oclock r M Morrow is a fine speaker and is well posted on the matters now before the people lIe is a popular man in Garrard and big crowd will hear him Let ti Know Why didnt the RECKKERD er hounce our speakahs quoth an Am erican citizen of African scent the We ommitted the announ cement simply because we heard noth oftlie appointment until the day arrived and the men were in town We arealways willing and glad to these announcements but we have neither the cash nor inclination to employ a Pinkerton detective to ferret out the news Every notice handed us has been published To Open Opera House Mr Fissenger lessee of the Opera House was here Monday and told THE RECORD he was so confident of getting into the house by Dec 1 that he had about closed a contract Nith a com pany to present Faust on that night He has made arrangements to have on Dec 25 the Richards Pringles RUSCO Hollands Big Minstrel Fes tival The latter troupe consists 55 people has two bands and travels two special cars It will be seen by the size and reputation of these troupes that Manager Fissenger is starting in to give us strictly uptodate and the best shows on the road For City Council Monday was the last day on which candidates names could be filed to be placed on the ballot and County Clerk Duncan was kept busy until eleven oclock that night receiving papers and getting them in proper shape There will be two tickets for City Council and it is expected that more interest will be shown in this than in the state races We give be low the two tickets and you can ponder from now til election day over who will give the town the best ser vice CITIZENS TICKET E Stormes J R Haselden BeazleyJRAILROAD TICKET Currey Rice Benge Dillon Sam Totten W B Mason What The Syracuse N Y Daily Herald says Rev Thomas Dixon Jr is a man who looks like an overgrown boy six feet and more in height with long arms and longer legs He looks awk ward when you first see him as he slouches toward the front of the plat form with his heavy black turn bled and his heavy eyebrows contract ed and he looks still more awkward as he grasps his thin chin in his long bony hand and peers at the people be fore him But when he begins to talk and move in concert with his senten cesj you remember only that he Is giv ing a most brilliant display of vocal fireworks Dixon will give The New Woman at the Danville Opera House Novem ber9th Josep Boys just come and see our new high top shoes our new over coats and pretty neck JENNINGS Co other day ling publish J ames Dixon Is haIr s Danville iave Judge C sr r1iw tr rtY q f fin race to is T all jic the en the rea of lot for on If you warit a is right date call at will certainly ycu want We have had no cold Weather to amount to anything The clothing men say the continued warmth this making trade backward No man will ever hear all that is good and sweet in human life without hearing Hon Alf Taylor on Lifes Poetry and Pearls Wednesday night Nov 1 The depot was broken into again last week and 3 in cash taken Burg lars are more numerous than ever be With night police the bir giars have perfect freedom of the See one of our top coats at 750 LOGAN ROBINSON Several good second surreys cheap W J JJehlans g on your old Von and get the advance H B Northcott We have just in the most elegant line of fancy cakes to town Try them FULLER Sv irsoN Hon Alf Taylor has fun for the fur ny wit for the witty humor for the humorist and rare ability to please all who may hear hint Wednesday night Nov 1 Admission 50 cents Reset ed seats 75 cents at McRoberts drug store Letch Caught Em At the close of Gov McCrearys Judge Hill introduced lion Letcher Owsley of Lancaster who made a beautiful speech and was fre quently interrupted by applause He one of the most brilliant young men in the State Winchester pemocrat Boy Burglar Friday night Mr C D Powell store was broken into and a lot ol clothing shoes provisions etc taken Jim Hamilton got on the trail and in almost less time than it takes to tell it had landed Ugs Sutton behind the bars UgSj is a negro boy about 17 years old He confessed the crime will await the action of the grand jury Nearly all the goods were covered The Cemetery Gate The ladies are meeting with great success in securing contributions for the Cemetery gate and are much en couraged Only a few have refused to contribute They will have another meeting at the Masonic Hall in W C U room Monday at 2 oclock and interested should attend Be there promptly ladies and show your pub In next issue of TilE RECORD we will publish the names of contiibutors and the amounts giv At the Boiling Point The political pot has quit singing and gone to boiling here in Garrard and the usual agents are booking many floats The indicationsare that matters will get pretty lively and mnch feeling be aroused THE REC ORDS advice to its readers is to study well the qualifications of each date think over the matter carefully and vote for those whom you think will put forth the best efforts for the publics good Party men are get ting to be a scarce article and the sooner the people commence to vote for the man instead of the party sooner the countrys affcirs will be managed in a business like way much More Work There have been so many delays in getting material that it is believed the opera house and hotel will not be for before the first Mr Ryan has worked like a beaver to keep the hands in lumber but many times as much as two weeks were lost by lack of rial All that will be needed from this time is on the ground except a of sash which it is feared were de stroyed in the big freight fire at recently The stuff was but nothing can be heard from it entice building is under roof and the weather will nut bother the work any more Dixon at Danville Thomas Dixon Jr justly styled The Platform King of America will deliver his great lecture The New Woman at Danville Thursday night Nov ninth This will betheonly chance that Lancaster people have of hearing this celebrated orator this season Seats will go sale November 3rd at cents for reserved chairs general mission fifty cents The great mand for seats will make it necessary cash to accompany all orders H Giovannoli Manager Dan ville Rev J W Lynch says of Dix I think him to be the finestana most forcible platform orator I The Manager of the Memphis Audi torium says He delivered the lecture ever uttered from the ditorium platform combines humor pathos am dramatic power as no other man of this day does s atand Farm s at fin what ever brought i fIre no speech rc- a spiritedness can i Cincinnati shipped TIe Address know grandest u tow ban b gi cloak 1 osep s and ye t C n any December mat will Q Dixon eL one He day New goods coming in at R L JEI Co Paint Lick See the pretty goods at Joseph We handle the celebrated Bootee LOGAN ROBINSON See those beautiful plaid skirts and black crepons at JENNINGS Paint Come every one who is in debt to G S Gaines and close iipbld account is in earnest and business Come and get a Tailor made at readymade prices Perfect satisfac tion guaranteed J C HEMTHILL 21 nice 850 to 900 Ib steers and 13 nice 750 Ib steers Apply to J M Johnston or Sons On and after Oct 23 County Court I will have on hand about 200000 brick for the local trade Come early and avoid the rush R M DILLEHAY Handsome Edition The trade edition of the Jessamine Journal is one of the handsomest we have seen and reflects much credit upon the Journal office from sanctum to engine room Democratic Nomine Pursuant to call the Democratic County Committee met Saturday and nominated Win Ray of Buckeye to make the race for representative Mr Ray is a clever gentleman and will make a hot race Republican Speaking Judge Clifton Pratt republican for attorney general spoke to a big crowd at the Court House afternoon lie is a tip top speaker and made many friends during his stay here Getting Well John Leavcll the young tuna struck on the head while passing through the Chute somu time since has ered sufficiently to get about D Acton and Kinnaird trepanned his skull and the operation is what saved the boys life It has never been learned who struck him Hotel Taken D ivii The Mason Hotel was put up for sale Monday and the stentorian voice of Capt Ike Dunn auctioneer drew a I large crowd about The highest bid was 3108 made by Mr J 15 Carf Mr Mason withdrew the and will endeavour to make the sale privately I I Cop Lick- u For Sale candidate Friday I recu th proper y I WIN GS f flu C means quit s See our Honest Mike bout LOGAN ROIUNSON Be sure to hear Alf Taylor at Court House Wednesday evening Nov 1 Do not miss the first and probably the only opportunity of hearing lIon Alf Taylor Wednesday night Nov 1 You can buy a buggy Surrey road wagon or harness low down Do not want to hold them through the winter W J ROMANS Irce The customer who guesses nearest to Goebels pleunility over Taylor will receive a 5 pair of pants free M D HUOIIES Agent Any one having a phone rented and not in arrears for rent or toll can send two free Tuesday Oct 31 t from each phone LANCASTER TELEPHONE Ex Election Returns Elections this year will be held in twelve states Returns will be at House until all ra ces are fully decided A small fee will be charged to cover the expense of receiving the returns Valuable Faru to be Sold We call attention to the sale of a valuable Jessamine county farm advertised elsewhere in THE RECOUP Here is a rare opportunity for parties wanting a splendid farm in an excel lint locality Bin Poles Mr Bastin has been here a week or so superintending the putting in of larger poles for the telephone lines They are very large and high The lines are being better arranged and a great improvement in the service will be made The biggest line of mucus womens and childrens underwear ever brought to Paint Lick in union suits and sepcrate pieces Ladies lleeced vests and pants at 15c up Nexus at 25c up Come and see R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Honor For Iictclicr Hon Leteher Owsley is making quite a reputation as a democratic or ator He has made speeches all over the state and now Hon J CS Black burn telegraphs him to come ts Louis vine and speak the last three days of the campaign This is quite a feather In our young friends cap More local on page 3 r I over Pants Free I11e ages th Court admission vjry C received C THE HASELDEN FILTER Patented Feb 28 1899 SJLSJLSJl 000068 Perfect in euj Detail Cleanses Water Ihornhly e IN EVERY DETAIL Separates trash from the water before the water Is filtered Waer filters upward through seive vemiii Hash from mixed with filtering iruteridl Mini nest leaves trah etc can not ioslhlv enter interim material ns it is cough iu the bottom of filter before water is neii screw cap is removeilit allows filter to dry out thoroughly There is no chalice for kings or any of insects to accumulate as it dues in other filters from dam ieas J R HASELDiiN Lancaster Ky Beazlcy Baiigliman Funeral Directors Arterial anti aviiy Embalming A Specialty Gull Line of Furniture antI Carpets JNOTHAYS JIHAMIITOX JEKOCIKSON Hays Hamilton Robinson Attorneys atilt Coiiaselers at Law LANCASTER KY ail 1 t Hats Furnishing Goods Merchant Tailoring a Specialty If you want a Nice Nobby Fitting Suit leave your measure with US Fit and workmanship Guaranteed We can show you in our Merchant Tailoring Department some 2Ob STYLESto select from PRICES RE I I f t tOTHING HOOTS SHOES TH lOWEST I 0 an 0 In808 C UARTER 3 vw Decided We devote our entire space this time to Specials which we are now offering Each and every item is very much below the usual price and all are in present demand Remember that we expect to sell these this week We may or may not have them next so if interested come at once BLACK CREPONS At 98c yd We offer choice of six very desirable new Pall designs in Black Blistered Crepons none of these are than 150 At 138 yd We offer choice of five new designs in new Black Cre pons any one of which is worth 2 CAMELS HAIR ZibbileneThe latest and most stylish black fabric in the market Used for both Suits and Separate Skirts We have three grades at 850 125 and 150 yard Ask to see them Waist Silkssoc yd We are now offering a big line of new Fancy Silks in all the new shades such as Cadet Blue Automobile Castor Purple Grey c Over 25 pieces in all at 502 yard None of these can be had at less than 75C yard This week only CHILDRENS SHOES 50c PAIR We have just put on sale about 100 Pairs of Childrens Tan and Black Shoes all fresh fine grade Shoes sizes 5 to 8 at 500 pair These were our dollar shoes SEPARATE SKIRTS AT S45O We offer to close a line of Separate Skirts made of Cheviots Coverts c plain and trimmed most of them lined through out with Sjlk The average price of this lot was 875 we offer choice for 450 Last Years Jackets 650 These vary only in smallest details from this seasons goods Are made of the finest Kerseys handsomely lined and prices were 1250 to 1750 we offer choice for 650 iisoc Made of very finest choicest wool no dye natural color sizes for children from 5 to 10 years old They are worth 150 but we took the of stock from a mill and can sell them at 50c each f Silver and Cut Glass We have now on display 5000 worth of and Cut Glass Only the best standard makes of Silver and the celebrated Hoare Amer ican Cut Glass the most brilliant of all Prices from 2 to 35 Take a look at these two stocks A DBYGOO Danville Ky 1 Bargains worthless Venetians UNION SUITS J Ky I ail Mlle I ends 4 y1 w x CENTRAL EVERY WEEK BY JtOCTO LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY R OORU rERHS ONE YAB IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS 50 THEM 25 f he if THUftSDA YOctober 261893 Gov BRADLEY is making a few speeches in the present campaign One speech from him is worth twenty of those made by the smallfry orators and Mr Taylor should enter into his closet and return thanks that the Gar rardman has taken the stump IF Dewey dont get out of this the newspapers quit talking about making him president and Bryan will not have a good pair of breeches left They will wear them out twisting about in their chairs Dewey is a bigger man than both of them combined and they have sense enough to know it TIlE Hinglish seem to have run up against a snag in fighting the Boers The latter are making a much harder fight that was expected and Queen Vics men are being mowed down by the score Uncle Sam should the fact that John Bull stood around with his hand in his hip pocket when this country was in a One good turn deserves another and Uncle Sam doubtless has his weather eye open A NEGRO was burned at the stake in one of the Southern states last week and a howl is going up over the occur rence Before people condemn the act too loudly they should think of the horrible crime the negro If a man white or black should come here in Kentucky and murder anothers wife and children tie them to the floor and set fire to the house would meet just such punishment and no one who understood the facts would say anything against it Its a bad idea to jump at conclusions and our Southern neighbors should not be too severely criticised until the are fully investigated Men who will not avenge the murder of women are not worthy of having a wife more especially daughters Free of Charge Any adult suffering from a cold set tied on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who will call at J E Stormes drug store will be presented with a sample hot tie of Boschee German Syrup free of charge one bottle given to one none to children without order from parents No throat or lung remedy ever had such a sale as Boschees German Syr up in all parts of the civilized world Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away and your druggists will tell you its success was marvelous It is really the only Throat and Lung Remedy generally endorsed by One 75 cent bottle will cure or prove its value Sold by dealers in all civilized countries MAEKSBCRY Mr Frank Parks will have a sale Saturday afternoon begining at one oclock The Supper given by the Ladies Aid Society was well attended They 40 Mr Oliver Boner who is attending school at Lexington is at home on a visit Miss Georgia Henry of Lancaster attended the supper and visited Miss Sarah Herring Saturdav and Sunday Misses Marie Joseph Cora Ward Ethel West Wil lie Belle Burnside and Bessie Batson five charming little ladles of attended the supper Friday night and visited Misses Sadie and Pearl Aldridge Saturday afcd Sunday They made many friends among the young people who hope they will again visit in this community some time in the Quite a number from this community are attending the protracted meeting at Pleasant Grove church conducted by Rev George Gowen It May Save Your Life A dose or two of Foleys Honey and Tar will prevent an attack of grip or severe cold if taken in time Cures coughs colds croup la grippe hoarseness difllcult breathing whooping cough incipient tion asthma or bronchitis Gives positive relief in advanced stages of consumption asthma or bronchitis Guaranteed C C J E Stormes In Loving Of Mrs Mariab Hills Died Oct 21 1899 The day long The burden and the With patience borne The tireless willing feet For others weal went ceasless to and fro The busy hands no task too hard could know c wrought for others good Thus passed the hours TIn twilight shadows fell and deeds like flowers Blossomed list that only God could keep And now with tired hands laid on her breast Withweary feet at rest Day done He giveth His beloved sleep Written by a Friend A Lima Mans Testimony I have obtained excellent results from the use of FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE It releived my backache severe pain over the hips It toned up my system and gave me new vim and energy I regardit as an honest remedy for all Kidney diseases It makes no false claims but does what it says when given a jfalr trial Icertainly recommend it gj Wm Finn 447 Elfda Boaa Lima Ohio C CJJJ Stormes imp j country and McKinley remember scrap committed circumstances personand physicians clearedabout Lancaster near future pneumonia Memory heatS forevermore J andreliable r l tr 4l rv vr 9ttr t 0i 1 4SW cons was F s c and ef yr 1 day how of Was 5th a to an on itis OF of at R as Of Robert Long bought 4 calves at 12 50 per head f Herrod Ray took a car load of cattle to Cincinnati last week realizing about 375 for them W G Tones bought a horse of Rob ert Long at 830 Mr Jones had the misfortune to lose his old family horse last week Rev J C Massee of your city closed a very successful meeting here morning Through his earnest and faithful preaching 22 were added to the church by baptism 3 by letter If we had more such preachers as Bro Massee among us surely we would be better people A bouncing boy was born to the wife of Ebb Dickerson on the 20th and Pap Dickerson is stepping high James Jackson a worthy young man the Bryantsville neighborhood who married to Miss Celesta the lovely daughter of Joseph Simpson on the will make their future home on farm near Bryantsville We regret give Miss Celesta up but our loss is Mr Jacksons gain Dizziness loss ofappetite flatulency and nausea are all connected with dypepsia or indigestion HERBINE will give releif Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m Miss Nell Ray has returned from a visit to her aunt Mrs James of near Lancaster Robert Long wife B Ray and wife visited Mr and Mrs John Adams Sunday Miss Pearl Ross of your town was the guest of Miss Ray last week Miss Mary Sandidge of Boyle has been visiting Misses Maggie and Sandidge Miss Mollie Hendren of Kirksville and Delitha Cotton a beautiful young lady of Ill were with Miss Mattie Jones during the meeting Mrs Clay Blakeman gave elegant dining in honor of her mother Mrs Susie Cotton of III last Thursday Mason Pullins and little son William of Paint Lick iced Mr and Mrs Mike Ray Sunday and were accompanied home by Mrs Ray r Red 1Iot From the Gun Was the ball thathit G B Steadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horible Ulcers that no helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure earth 25c a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist The most stubborn cases of Bronch succumb to COUSSENS HONEY TAR Price 25 and 50 cts C C Stormes lm MeCREAKY niture and started for Illinois morning Mr and Mrs John Teater and Mr and Mrs Thos Hill and children of Buckeye visited Mrs Tena Beazley Monday Mr and Hollo of Spencer county have been vis iting their daughter Mrs A S Jen nings Misses Addie and Mary Cum lilies of Preachersville accompanied by John Holtxclaw visited friends here and attended preaching at Buck eye last week Miss Ollie Hackley Lowell has been the guest of Miss Maggie Saddler for the past week Miss Bettie Broaddus of has been with relatives here eral weeks Messrs Finley Davis Hurt from Lowell were Antioch Sunday Miss Eva Jones has returned home after spending a relatives here Elder agler May wood will preach at New Antioch next Sunday and Sunday night 29th Mrs T C Gulley is vis iting in Louisville and while absent Miss Jennie Gulley of Hiattsville has possession of her school Miss Lura Layton visited Miss Lillie Ray at Buckeye last week The many fronds of Miss Minnie Wearen were grea y surprised Monday when she and Clayton Wearon of Lexington were driven to Danville and wore quietly married All wish them much happiness and a pleasant Journey through life Working Night and DRY The busiest and mightiest little thing ever was made is Dr KingsNew e Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of healththat changes weak ness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by E McRoberts From Louisiana the news that cotton is selling from 7 to 12 cts From Huntsville a gentleman reports having seen negroes selling cotton from their wagons at 6c Such prices these mean great prosperity for the vThe highest price reached by cotton in 1898 was 61 and the lowest They have a good cotton f 6fwll send to the South 500000000 Augo t Flower It is surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my travels in all parts the world for the last the years J 12 have met more people having used Greens August Flower than any othor remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stomach and for constipation I find for tourists and salesmen or for persons filling office positions where headaches and general bad feelings from irregular habits exist that Greens August Flower is a grand remedy it does not injure the by frequent use and is excellent for sour stomachs and indigestion bottles free at J E Stormes oi Drugstore Sold by dealers in all pjyilized countries ur i even at 47 of of or c EUlI EYE r I perhundred prompt Same B Susie treatment J E Tuesday away for rev Sam and Ed week with of Pills co es was an average of 7 or system 7 ij i J j 7 0 t J sell Li 1 Sal S laying Airs Wm Iirlsv uth 5 cents nd cents I t and Ills r he here of the ry to this S ed per ed the life has ing all ed Rev a in the the He 100 fl two and BRYANTSVILLE Lost in or near Bryantsville a gold watch charm with tHe initials L 3v on reward will be given for its return to Mr Jeff Dunn Mrs Mollie Swope of McCrcary was the of Mrs Eliza Ballard Saturday and Sunday Miss Emma Spruce and frIend from Nicholasville visited Mrs Lucy Dunn Saturday and Sunday and attended preaching Mrs L D Jennings and daughter Mng gie and Mrs Win Harp from Dan Vjiie visited relatives in the vicinity Thursday Raymond ITaselden and Everet Gould and Sam ITaselden were the guests of J S Haselden Misses Carrie Naylor and Hattie of Emville visited relatives Sunday Mr Marshall Davis Nicholasville was a pleasant visit or in this vicinity Sunday iVVe were delighted to see so many out from Lancaster Sunday at Pleasant Grove meeting is still going on and eve body that can is cordially invited attend Miss May Taylor Irene Bourne and Miss Dora Murphy from Sulphur Well visited Miss Lucy Dunn week On the 10th of December 1897 Rev A Donahoe pastor M E church South Pt Pleasant W Va contract a severe cold which was attended from the beinning by violent coughing He says After resorting to a num of socalled specifics usually kept house to no purpose I purchas bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which acted like a charm I most cheerfully recommend it to the public For sale by R E Druggist lm Died Oct 21 Mrs Mariah Hills 65th year of her age She was a beloved Christian woman as her past shows to the world She will not only be missed at her home but in a vacant seat in the church which she occupied for sixty years she been a member of the Methodist church that length of time Sunday school class which she has taught for a number of years will also miss her loving instructions but they vill be remembered by all She leaves four children all grown Mr James Hills Mrs Dannie Ballard Mrs Dunn and Mrs Hardesty all one was at her bed side and did that loving hands could do to her in her last moments but the Lord saw fit to take her from her loy ones here to dwell in that celestial land where joy immortal flaws The funeral services were conducted by Robinson at her home large congregation of relatives and friends after which she was intered Mt Olivet cemetery Brave Men Fall Victims to stomachliver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel result in loss ofappetite poisons in blood backache nervousness and tired listess run down feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to T W Gardner Idaville Ind says Electric Bitters are just the dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any thing I could take I can now eat t anything and new lease on life Only 50 cents at R E McRoberts Drug store Every bottle guaran S teed lm When your hogs weigh 150 pounds ship them to market as the present demand calls for such weight of hogs and as it Is well known that the first pounds is always cheapest pork poduced feeders will find more profit inthis Why experiment on yourself with remedies of when can get Chamberlains Cough Remedy fwhich has stood the test of time Twentyfive years sale and use have proven that remedy to be a prompt certain cure for colds It will cure a cold in a day if taken as soon as the cold has been contracted and before it has settled in the system Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist Public Sale Stock Crop and Farming Implements Having determined to null farming and move to town I will on the at 10 a m in Jessamine county miles north of Nicholasville and 10 south of Lexington on east side of turnpike Said farm has liB acres sown to timothy clo ver and bluegrass balance in On the place Is a new modern style dwelling containing rooms Fall stairway two single one double three bath room pantries wardrobes glass in fact one of the best convenient houses in the neighborhood The house chicken house etc There is qn this Arm 140 choice selected peascherry plum quince and damson trees grapes strawberries berries entrants and plantenough for any farm is well pools and well cistern and the door The place is well fenced Finest View from the residence in the country I wil consisting of 10 head of Wilkes nnd Denmark mares 1 gelding floemare colt aged mate male mule d of fresh milk 2 Jersey 11 steer and heifer calves 128 h extra brood ewes bred to Southdown bucks of bouthdown awes some themimported and registered and bred to imported nm Psilnnrinhf onn bushels of wneat 125 barrels of a timothy hay and 6 mixed clover and timothy straw wagon and one Peering binder as tw description gear etc also one surrey road cart TERMS Land will be sold for onehalf cash balance in two equal payments of one and two privilege to cash land at 11 am sharp For further Informa BOGGSOrtioneer Nicholas villc Ky W it liberal guest wife J Jennings a 1lcRob ha v Hers Re- becca except comfort Sunday to J headache thing for a man when he is all run down have a the utility you and OF Land propertystunted outbuildings consIst of one burn ow corncrib y house meat Xje same place my sock flutes Deeringmower saleOnover that amount a credit of twelve months with 6 cent Interest and approved security 4 I A doubtful 18 19 ONDAYi 30f m c bnQ ti asparagus time and 2 old R tars rams pure bred porn two ness ever 5 is- in o also moth RELIABLE r td t fT1IE OLD I CINCIlr1JATI WEEKLY Wiikly E Uttri of T 12 Cniiuniti Commercial Tribune THE FAMILY NEWSPAPER Special Dipartmiats cbvjtal to Agriculture Poultry M irkets Iterature with other special Features IMPROVED ENLARGED I3 NEW FORM GAZETTE a 1 1 3 NOW 20 PAGES 15Oeeaii NOW 20 PAGES r fel The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any week ly published in the West Read by over 300000 people fANTED AGENTS Sent for SPECIAL TERMS SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES ADDRESS THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE CO Cincinnati O BOOKS Dont forget that we have many SECOID HAND BOOKS AS GOOO AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE DANVILLE KT 4 This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central ICy been recently equipped with Marvelous Anaslimate Lenses j The new discovery in optical science Iwish to say to the Ladies that These Lenses FLATTER Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould fings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to he seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to the most Elaborate Paintings anong the lot is the New French i FLEURDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures iAf Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that require Ja dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices AJJNT YC will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ottice b WE INVITE OUR FRIENDS SEE OUR HANDSOME Toilet Articles and Booksr TnnryBTnr nnrzn DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES liiuitiiiitiuiiiiiti iiuiiiiii tmniiii t iiiiiiimuiiinn t iiiiiiumniiiiu uinifui i iiiiiiHi gj Complete stock of 1 PURE DRUGS LILLARH STDUT DANVILLE KY A BOON TO MANKINDS DR TABLERS BUCKEYE SCHOOL Fox firLZery f ry having The f i J 00 j0 00 0 000 00 00 000 00J r lTO CALL 0 0 J r0 iff t l I ALL S s t 2 0r00 l JvJ j s i MCRODE1ITSILE1 V p t i v f G y c Q of P ISGHOOLXBOOKJJIJ jd l Q t t T ESTABIISHEll 1793 t 5r i PILE PtCURE 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 60 CENTS JAMES FiALLABD Sefc Pnffflir 310 Nub Wi Stmt ST LOWS INIIJ STORMES DRUG STORE t- X r V i P v 3K cn H5 asa r ji or tf fZ0 f If JI1r Iri I l S C LE OF I PE A L SAI a J L COm I i a all K a 1 i 1 ifJKl I- rI 1iI1 i k cIV w- j to I iiI CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY October 2 I89Q O THE We spared neither time nor money in securing the alt Ever shown in Lancaster Our stock is now in and on display We ask you to CALL AND EXAMINE Miss Annie Wallace last week in Cincinnati Harry Tomlinson visited Danville relatives Sunday Branham Bcaxley is visiting Lewis Doty in Stanford Miss Bessie Burnside is visiting re latives in Stanford Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside are visiting in Stanford J T Pope of Barboursyille is the guest of Mrs W U Smith Miss Grace Kinnaird has recovered sufficiently to take a drive Mrs Ann Smith of Richmond is visiting Mrs Luther Gibbs Mrs Walker who has been critically ill is much better Rev R R Noel represented the Lin coIn Democrat here Monday Miss Florence Harris was given a party Friday evening Mr and Mrs T C Gully have been relatives in Louisville MissAdaDickerson ofNicholasville is visiting Mrs LetcherOwsley Ernest Brown is improving very rapidly and will soon be on foot Mrs J Fleece Robinson was in T ft JJ33E T Th I 111 JJ f Ii I i i I i t I i f i I I f I I i i I I ALLIE D La0 0000000 PEOIRI E sp nt Voo surprise visiting oaaoooooooaooooooooaaooaooooao- i nil Oll 5 ZIt 1TLLET aoogooaooobooooooa- ooao ooo o aoro 4Q R OUT YOd0 004b004O OOd F r 1 Danville the past week shopping Jacob Joseph attended the Masonic Lodge in Louisville the past week Miss Sadie Cecil of Danville has been visiting Miss Kate Kinnaird Mr Dan Hemphill of Xicholasville visited relatives iu this city Sunday Mrs A II Rice and Frank Marksbu ry arrived Wednesday from Nashville Miss Elisa Rucker of Paint Lick has been visiting the Misses Douglas Livingston Colonel Miss Berta Hilton is visiting friends atLancaster Mrs Victor Lear is on the road to recovery and we hope will soon be well Homer Baughman of Danville has been with relatives in this city for a few days Little Shelby Merchant of New York is visiting his aunt Miss Mar garet Murphy Frank Bacon of Louisville has been visiting his friends Messrs Richard and Lyman Ryan Mrs J W Grant and daughter Miss Lillie Dale have returned from a visit to Covington Misses Rella Allie and Nary have returned from a visit to relatives in Stanford Miss Lula Graham after a spell of sickness is able to trim in the Misses Noels millinery store J M Logan has just returned from the city and we notice they are in lots of new goods Mrs James Slaughter Mrs D Ma han and children of Danville are guestsof Mrs G S Gaines Mr Thomas Denton of Lexington visited his cousins Misses Kathleen and Ettie Denton this week Senator George T was up from Louisville Monday giving the local boys pointers on the campaign Mrs Bettie Landram left Tuesday to spend the winter in Richmond with her sister Mrs John Baughman Miss Nary Rice a charming little lady of Texas left this week for her home having spent the summer with relatives Elder Chas E Powell is at home again after visiting Cincinnati and attending the Christain Jubilee Richmond Pantagraph Mr and Mrs William Johnson of Marksbury Gar rard county are with Mrs Arnold on High street Dr T J Acton and wife or Eubanks Ky visitea their brother Dr J M Acton on Lexington street the latter part of last week Jlessrs J C Hemphill Theodore Currey Fisher Herring Loyd Herring and Theo getting Farris t Arnold Convention Misses Anni i IIemphir e attended the Louisville fair and the past week Mrs W II Kinnaird was the at a handsome dinner party Tues day Those present from Danville were Mrs Donald McDonald Miss Abigail McDonald Mrs Cecil and daughter Miss Sadie and Mrs W C Price i- fMr and Mrs Alex West and pretty daughter Lillie V returned Sunday from a visit to Mrs Chas Denman in Nicholasvillc They were by Mr Arthur West of Sulphur Well who is now the guest of Miss Lillie V If anyone else here as regular ly as does Ed Walton we would quit publishing his name but he has so many friends in Garrard that we are duty bound to chronicle his visits He went home Monday with more money than Carter had oats Mr and Mrs Jno Baughman have been visiting in Lexington and Dan vine Mr B has been here for two months having his grain put in He and his charming betterhalf will move here permanently Jan 1 and will be warmly welcomed by many friends W G Romans and family left for Scheet City Missouri Oct 9 Mr Romans was born and raised near Lancaster and it was for the health of his wife that he took leave of his former home His many friends regret to see him leave but wish him success in his new home Capt J B Douglass of Jellico was here Monday and made our sanctum a pleasant call Capt Douglass is an old Ellen N boy and for many years has had charge of a passenger run be tween Jellico and Corbin His wife children accompanied him and the wedding of Miss Mollie Douglas Our old school mate W R Jen nings of Paint Lick was in the office this week and tells us he has a con stantly increasing trade in the saddle ry and harness business at t hat place At was always head of the class and he has turned down more times than we could count in ten weeksMr J S Armstrong and wife of Dallas Tex were visiting Mrs Arm j strongs parents Capt and Mrs F J White They left Tuesday for theI West Mr Armstrong is one of the most prominent business men in Dal las and a leader in promotion of that citys interests He is a man well posted on business matters and public affairs Being a fine conversationalist and of fine sense his visit was greatly by many of his old friends Last Thursday evening at her pret ty home near Manse Miss Susie Parks enterfiftined in honor of her charming or Miss Wood of Danville sAt wan eay hour about forty guests ar accompanied Garr rd attended us I I l I I I r 1lftfirn Carnival hostess came and school Tige enjoyed a rived and kept up their merry making until twelve Refreshments were served at the usual time Those besides the home boys and girls were Misses Rebecca and Anna Will iams of llyattsville Susie Hurt of Lowell Messrs Foley of WiJiamsburg Wood and McAfee Danville Williams and Mahan of llyattsville and Ed Hurt of Lowell Mr Sebastian Stone of Versailles and Miss Mollie Douglass of this city were married at the residence of Mrs Cunningham on Depot street Monday morning at ten oclockbyRevMassee The bride hits resided in this city for some time and by her lovely man ners and many good and noble traits has made a large number of friends and admirers who extend their heart test congratulations and wellwishes The groom comes highly recommended as a gentleman and industrious young man The couple left ao once for Henderson where the groom goes as a delegate to the grand lodge Knights of Pythias lIe has shown by his se lection that he knows a good thing and most people seem to think so They will return to Versailles where Mr Stone is connected with the rail road Currey Agents for Dan vine Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at T Curreys gr icery store tf Free Camera A free Camera will be given to each boy who buys a suit from the Stanley Tailoring Company and they will save money where breast measure is under 35 M D HUGHES Agt Fire Fire Fire Build your fires with Coal bought of W B Moss Co is the best makes the hottest fires weighed on Fairbanks Standard Scales Good coal good weight why not buy from us Seed Sale Yellow Fultz seed wheat removed from the North west Would advise farmers to plant to secure seed for another year Sample at Citizen National Bank and Wm Wards mills H A B Marksbury Long Wear Low Good Fits I can name many old customers who will state that their suits have been satisfactory in long wear in price and in fits Of course errors are made by everybody but they are easily cor ancl we make as few errors as and we guarantea a fit Wo have studied measure blanks and have lit irregular men One of my houses gives a splendid hat a suit or an overcoat Boys get a camera with each suit Uniform prices and smajl profits Excellent suits or overcoats to 8450 to 1250 Young can save in this line M D Hughes Agt I J present 1 beat For one year rested anyone i 7 to gO and made 1 r jFJ 1 q 1 Smith 8 W S Prices with Buys Suits cut measure men Mere Local Cloaks cloaks cloaks at TosepnV Reserved seats for the Alf Taylor lecture at Mclloberts drug store one in advance The Time As your cisterns are now well filled it is the proper time to have them cleaned Our cleaner does the work perfectly Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded oclUtf llATCHEit AUSTIN Graded School Tax The ISm tax is past due Please call and settle and save being asked for it The penalty will certainly be to all unpaid taxes tf E W HAUKIS Collector Farm Wanted As agent I will trade desirable town property for a farm M D Hushes Hemp Seed Wanted We want 250 bushels well cleaned cultivated late importation hemp seed II A H Marksbury Son Butcher Shop Sold Mr E W Norris has purchased the Thompson butcher shop on Danville street and will take charge first of November He will employ a first class butcher and run the establish ment in an uptodate manner Bargains Come to see me Monday and I will show you some special bargains in suits and overcoats All wool at hot tom figures Satisfaction or no trade Readymade or made to measure Sev en dollars up M D HUGHES Agent A Paint Lick Enterprise Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure for Fistula Poleyil Swinney Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold on a written guarantee and money re if not as represented For sale by R E Lancaster Walton Symyath zes The Stanford Journal says The engineers under Capt Joel Mabel have been en camped at the water works here struck their tents yesterday and to Halls Gap Mabel tells us that the route via Danville here is a very practical one and can be built tile party that ran the line via Lan caster was here Sunday from his camn atMt Vernon expecting to meet Maj Wells the engineer He say T i one requiring besides others a 750 feet We dislike have to keep our Lancaster friends of the road but if we do they must ittcrour shortness and cheapness of route and general Secure added cure llcRo erts Bro CaptW that is expen slue ito lout I l 0 Iii ht Adams funded mowed the tiff advantages S VIE HA VB IT to look all over town just call to see US we have it We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES in LancasterOur Class Goods Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment FULLER 8s SYMPSON High Dr R Goldstein 514 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Gilcher Hotel Danville on Saturday Sovr 4 and at StAsaph Hotel Stanford Monday Xovr 6th returning one clay each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted BUSINESSA L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER KY Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms l Thirty EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the yonn man or young woman who would win success in tile This being conceded 1 it is of first importauce to get your training at the school that strundi in the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY R 0 BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND Y When need something and TEMPTIia no use you something FRESIIGOOD Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist his line Graduates of this college bv rouses Write for a beautiful book testimonials from prominent positions all over the United States It will be mailed to yor in business Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at GS GAINES Z a Excels all others All EindsFarm Machinery Always on Hand arited andIt fully a w G Horace Herndon sold to Gentry Bros a nice gray gelding for 8750 A cup of very hot milk taken at will often prevent sleeplessness Dr Acton sold a black horse for S 0 and bought another for 75 Auctioneer Rice Bangs reports about S3D cattle at the Tens Monday About 590 or GOO sold at good prices Burgin Messenger Ison Bros bought in Springfield court day six head of horses and mules at an average of 75 per head Thousands of the most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by TABLETS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT It never fails to cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75cts C C J E Stormes At the sale of Jas T Adams Rice Benge reports the lowing prices Weanling calves 25 per head heifer calves 20 milk cows 30 to 40 horses and mules from 50 to 75 Auctioneer Rice cried Lutes sale in Jessamine county and gives us the following prices Yearling steers 25 and heifers 20 milk 20 to 35 horses 70 to 75 to 75 Trading was pretty lively at the stock pens Monday and some good prices were realized Mr Benge ports the sale of a lot of yearling cut tie at 2250 bunch of cows at 2c mule colts 30 to JO a lot of heifers at 310c another lot at 21 WHITES CPEAM VERMIFUGE is a highly valuable preparation from the promptitude of its act ion of clearing the system in a few hours of every worm Price 25 cts C C J E Stormes 1m Richmond Register reports the Lan ter sale near Doylesville last week Crowd and bidding good horses 33 to 46 cows and calves 30 2yrold heifers 22 young hogs 4Jc28 moun tain 415 per head wheat iOc Farming implements sold well When silverware gets tarnished if it is washed in a pint of very hot to which has been added one of aqua ammonia rubbed with a soft brush and dried with a clean linen towel then rubbed very dry with chamois it will become again very brilliant and need an polishing with any of the powders usually employed and will last much longer A writer put the matter very aptly when he said Corn loaned to hogs is cash and a good investment safe and Tit a very large interest A hog is a condenser he will put ten bushels of corn in less space than a bushel meas urc He has been styled a of hams lard hair brushes head cheese tooth brushes glue buttons fertilizer fats bacon knife handles whistles soap sausage and He converts corn into coin and can buy what he will During the winter of 1S97 Mr Tames Reed one of the leading citizens and merchants of Clay Co W Va struck his leg against a cake of ice in such a manner as to bruise it severely It became very much swollen and pained him so badly that he could not walk without the aid of crutches He was treated by physicians also used sev real kinds of liniment and two and a half gallons of whiskey in bathing it 1 bedtime auctioneer Ben e ref l capable I ewes water teaspoonful rft manufacturer satisfaction f I Monday cows l r 8 h r T I ilea r T 1 I AM 88 YEARS OLD and never any remedy to Dr Bells PineTarHoney givesquick and permanent as as coughs colds It makes weak Mrs M A Metcalfe Paducah Ky old J 3 S j J Mother and Babe but a mother knows the woman endures before and during I will in great measure overcome every T not be a very serious ordeal that MOTHERS FRIEND is an the muscles and is not a dangerous 5 your druggist for it or send price J to f THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga I Send for our free illustrated book Before Btby is Born but nothing gave any relief until he began using Chamberlains Pain Balm This brought almost a complete cure in a weeks time and he believes that had he not used this remedy his leg would have had to be amputated Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains bruises and rheumatism For sale by K E McEobcrts 1m Louisville Weed Parties who have taken a look at the Burley crop in Central Kentucky pronounce the quality very fine in Jessamine Wood ford Clark and Tayette counties but the acreage is about the same as last year and it is conservatively the yield is about 25 per cent less than the 98 crop In Garrard Casey parts of Madison and Lincoln the crop is not good being poor in quality and of a very small yield The past few furnished a good season to handle tobacco and it is reported that many farmers in the blue grass section where the crop was early housed and cured have com menced stripping their tobacco and preparing it for market It would not be a surprise to us to see a fair amount of the new crop on the market in the next few days Tone of the crop was houseburned and but liitle of it was fieldburned ID ought to know that when suf YfW from kidney trouble I H a safe sure remedy is Foe leys Kidney Cure Guaranteed or money refunded C C J E Stormes jjocisvirLE Ky Oct 23 David internal revenue agent for the Kentucky district has been transferred to the Atlanta district where he will have charge of Alabama Georgia and Florida lie is succeeded by Agent W W Yates Pennsylvania Howler League Organized I LEXIXGTOX Ky Oct a meet I ing of local bowlers at Mcllers I alleys Tuesday evening league organization was perfected with J Emmett Graves president A schedule will be prepared and play be gun November L The league will bo composed of six clubs I Louisville Otticer stabbed While on Duty LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 25 Policeman William Lawler was picked up morning on East Jefferson suffering from stabs and blows It is thought he tried to stop a row at a colored dance He is not expected to live LOUISVILLE Ky Oct elks carnival and street fair ended night Thc last day was day Gov Bradley and his staff were given a public reception The attendance on the last day was 50000 The profits are well over 20000 I I I NONE 1 anguish and dread that a I 1 iIdbirth And still nearly aU this saf i- fuing is unnecessary The faithfuluse of MOTHERS FRIEND i distressing symptom and will Remember I that softens andrelaxes I compoundof opiates to swallow Ask 1 iI Jttttt estimated counties teeing any that Gates 25At Manhattan a Tuesday street 23The Saturday Kentucky i s external liniment Nt N1 Ht days have I LEXINGTON BATTALION Nightly Drills Have Been Ordered Tu LEXINGTON Ky Oct battalion Kentucky state guards reported at the armory Friday evening in reply to a special call from the respective company commanders who in turn have orders from CoL Williams to drill every night until orders CoL Williams received his orders from Adjt Gen Collier and is not acquainted with their significance The militiamen have the impression that they are to be sent again to Manchester Circuit court week and in the light of occurrences since the assassination of Tom Baker at the last terra of court it is very likely that troops in greater numbers will be necessary to the safety of the court ANOTHER PHILPOT KILLED Shot From Amuuih While on His War to Attend Troops May- Be Needed LONDON Ky Oct courier from Manchester Tuesday reports an other of the Philpot faction killed in ambush in Clay county Monday en route to Manchester to attend the Phil potGriffin feud trial Circuit Judge Eversole who left Sun day to open court in Clay county reached 12 miles from Manchester and learned of the critical condition of affairs He decided to go no further He is still at Bengetown but he has sent word to Manchester he will be there some time this week The town is full of feudists It is Evertole will call state troops Farm Hand Charged With Murder MUXFOKDSVILIE Ky Oct 23 Dep ty Sheriff John E Hubbard arrested I and lodged in jail here George Davis j who lived on the farm of Mrs Shipp who with her grandson was murdered Monday night Blood was found on his clothing He claims that he got it there while possum hunting Two other men who arc suspected are pursued Killed by the Marshal MUNFORDVIILE Ky Oct 25 Town Marshal Thomas of Horse Cave this county shot and killed John Norris whom he was trying to arrest at the L N depot at that place about 6 oclock Tuesday evening It is said that Norris had shot in Green county Kentucky and was leaving the country Col Chenault to Wed RICHMOND Ky Oct has been made of the coming marriage of Col John B Che nault late democratic candidate for state auditor and vice president of the State bank here and Miss Lida Bur gess a prominent and wealthy society lady of Maysville Ky Prompted by Jealousy killed Janie Hall aged 25 and then blew out his own brains while in a sa loon here Jealousy prompted the triced Gilbert is one of the best families in this Ilrothcrs Fatal Quarrel WINCHESTER Ky Oct Ford Jerry Taylor and Joe Taylor brothers and colored fought and Joe was dis emboweled by Jerry with a pocket knife The wound is fatal Jerry fled and has not been apprehended A dis pute over the proper way to raise children caused the trouble Jmpreulon Is That They flay Be tent to Clay County 22The Lexington I further opens at the Clay county capital nest CourtState 25A I town b at a man 22Public GilIconnectedwith section 23At lie ed being announcement Ring out the old Ring in the new Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a PLEASANT PERMANENT POSITIVE CURE fqr coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The weary coughworn Lungs are exhilarated the microbebearing mucus is that there is no inclination to cough f SIZES ImineTarHoney andtheDRUGGISTSBOTTLES u v w lvrw sorer Y 4 Be sure you get Dr Bells PINETAR HONEY tEE IE SUTJIEJtIAD XEDICDIE IL u McRoberts Drug Store LancasterAt II 4 Cumberland Pre uyterlan BOWLING GREEK Ky Oct 20 The mucky synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian church convened in this city Tuesday evening The opening sermon was preached by Dr W S TDanley of Owensboro and the wel was delivered by Judge John B Crider city attorney There are now about 300 members and in attendance Judgo Roberts said to lie Insane OWEXSBORO Ky Oct 26 City Judge Fred Roberts formerly private secre tart of Gov Bradley will be tried Downey of Frankfort last week lie was appointed last month as city judge of Owensboro by Gov Bradley to filled the unexpired term of Judge C N Pendleton deceased At Liberty for an Hour FRAXKFOKT Ky Oct 22 Ike Smith of Lexington a convict in the state penitentiary here enjoyed short offreedojn Friday night He es caped over the walls of the institution at 7 was hour later by Deputy Warden Punch Smith is serving a sentence of ten years for robbery Had Seventeen Children GREEXUP Ky Oct Smith died here Monday morning aged 74 He was married 50 years ago and was the father of 17 children 12 sons and five daughters His aged wife and 13 children the youngest 21 years of age survive him WASHINGTON Oct22 The controller of the currency Friday appointed James B Ross of Union City Ind receiver of the First national bank of Newport Ky to take the place of G B Wilshire the present receiver who resigned The Mooting Is Postponed LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 25 The committee of the Kentucky Bankers association has postponed in definitely the annual meeting of the association scheduled to begin at Monday because of the death of President Sayre Accidentally Killed Ills i FULTOX Ky Oct 25 Ben Koonce aged 13 was accidentally shot by Jas per Cleave dying from his wounds Cleave is prostrated They were hunting t delegates lunacyJudge period oclockand captured an 25Allen over Another Receiver Appointed executive Lexington rabbit come address omp non Gold Collar Button Mailed free for 5 lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2cent Made of and with motherofpearl back suitable alike for men This shape is handy and popular Daisy NeckPin Genuine and Gold For lion heads 2cent The Illustration Is only twothirds actual size Color a with jewel setting and trimmings Best stylish durable The Lions Bride 18 II 7 i and- S 1 1 Mailed free for 12 lion heads cut Iron Lion Coffee and a 2cent stamp An unusually flue picture from of Gabriel Max It is founded on Chamissos The Lions Bride The story is interesting and we send with a some folder containing copy of the and telling 15x26 inches Dorothy and Her Friends II I II A bright cheery picture For 8 lion heads and a 2c stamp A cheery picture represent ing with her chick ens and herrabbits The are and greens Size inches For 10 Ron toads and scent stamp we will ready for hanging a predominating- colors ONLY OK I There aredozens of remedies recommended for some of them no doubt being able to afford temporary relief but S S S is absolutely TO the remedy which completely cures itHMO Scrofula is one of the most obstinate deepseated blood diseases and is the reach of the UnSIindlfi socalled purifiers and tonics because more than a mere tonic is requiredis equal to any blood trouble and never fails to cure because itgoes down to the seat of the disease thus permanently eliminating every trace of the taint The serious consequences to which Scrofula surely leads should upon those afflicted with it the vital of wasting no time upon treatment which can not possibly a cure In many cases where the has been relied upon complicated glandular swellings have resulted for the doctors insist thata necessaryMr writes A saybad case of Scrofula broke out on the glands of my neck was treated for a long while but the physicians were able to cure me and my condition was as bad as began their treatment Many blood remedies were permanentlyand Specific S S S FOR THE BLOODis the only remedy which can promptly reach and cure obstinate deepseatedblood relying upon it and not experimenting with variousOicalled tonics etc sufferers from can be promptly curedstead of enduring years of suffering which gradually but undermines tocureTetter Pimples Sores Ulcers etc Insist upon S S S nothing can take its place theSwift CURE FOR SCROFULA S S S the Only Scrofula Remedy Equal Disease S S S importance which had to be lanced and caused me much I s i unit 4 1 I without effect one recommended S S S ttI begin to improve as soon as I had taken n few bottles J S t a t tS something q j x DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTS VI LLE KENTUCKY and Apntfor AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil 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A collection of nice outline pictures bound form with sheets of tissue theleaves Onthese tissue the children can trace the beneath thus affording enjoyment as as to eye These drawing books andthe box well together There are six different kinds and each drawing book requires 6 lion heads and stamp Naval Box Kite between a ent f pb See itFly I The box kite now so can quickly be to American boy wants one and older also are interested celebrated incheslong safelyfolded lolled free for 40 lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2cent stamp Write to Coziue Cos CutKate Purehiuing Agency Louisville Ky for tiny things want to buy You cult save big money Infor Good Watches Absolutely Free We want your name for PASTIME a bright clean illnsrated story and humorous paper for th family circle 1C large pages only 7T c a year ou trial 4 month lOco We give a nickle silver watch to each subscriber a neat med ium size watch guaranteed for one Will keep time for many years as accurately as a 100 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ELECTKOPOISE Co 515 Ith St Louisville Ky lyr KNIGHTS OF PVTWAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally ED BISHOP C C J S HASELDEJT KR S 6 B SWLWROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Cc lye 1 DUll medicine invited S you iautiotfree4 gear j persistent citizens Lawyers family a i COFFE1 Used in Millions of Homes Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE in pkgs These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cat from front ofiIb LION COFFEE pkgs lib By prepaid for lie lion heads and a 2c stamp with Stands 5 inches high A beauty timekeeper Framebeautifully i1t- I I Alarm Clock far 80 Hon heads anda 2cent stamp ordering either clockplease name nearest Office if thereno express office located in your town Sent repaidexpress Ladies Scissors trimming and general household use for 12 heads aad a 2c stamp suitable for 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heads are yea caasave postage by trimming down the margin Ask your grocer large Address all letters to the WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio I 1 r CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky 1899 STONE There was a certain young man in this neighborhood who called to see his girl Sunday afternoon and was gone fourteen hours when he return ed home the family were rising for their days work Mr and Mrs T L Saunders and little daughter Peachie Mae visited his brother Mr John Sanders of Hyatisville Sunday Messers L L Sanders and L D Mitchell attended preaching at Mt Zion Jessamine Co Sunday afternoon Miss Sallie of Pink Jessamine Co was the guest of her sister Miss Land last week Mr and Mrs Curtis of s Kirksville visited Miss George Ander son last week Miss Myrtle Moberly has returned from a visit with at Pleasant Hill John Wesley East is very sick with chills Miss Duskey East visited Miss Lizzie Hard wick of Buckeye Saturday and Sun day Mr and Mrs George Will Sheer of Mt Hebron visited the latters i mother Mrs Moblie East Sunday The latest county maps of Kentucky and Tennessee will be furnished free to the schools of GarrardCo on ap plication of teacher or School Trustees to R E McRoberts 10 6t MT HEBRON Rev Pike of Brodhead will preach at Hebron Sunday Born to the wife of H F Edgington a bouncing baby boy Apple gathering and wheat sowing is about over in this section W D Scott bought 20 barrels of corn from F W Montgomery at 2 per bar relMr E D Lawson bought the farm of Isaac Montgomery 1000Louis Walker the republican can didate for representative was in this community last week Miss Una Montgomery celebrated her 21st anniversary Sunday by a number of her friends and nice dinner was and every one present seemed to enjoy the day to the utmost Mr S R Scott spent last week with his father W D Scott Mr Shelton Teater wife and little son Kyle of Bohon spent Sunday with relatives here Mr Wm Edward and son Garrett of Harrodsburg spent the latter part of last week with relatives here Mrs Lucy Prestos who has been very ill for several weeks is able to be out again Mr David Mont gomery and wife have moved near Lock No 8 Quite a number of the indorsers of Goebel from this vicinity attended the speaking of the great Wm J Bryan at Harrodsburg the 17th and all feel much wiser your correspondent being one of the num berOn last Wednesday at one oclock Mr J W Forbes and Miss Lena Dinis were united in the happy fonds of wedlock at the brides home The ceremony was said by Rev G W Thompson Miss Mattie Onstott was bridesmaid and Mr George Hardrick was best man They drove to McCrearv Thursday and returned Friday to the grooms sister Mrs John Jackson where an elegant dinner was given them The bride is a beautiful young girl who is loved by all who knew her The groom is a handsome young man of Jessamine County They left for Keen Ky where they will reside in the future We extend our many congratulations For Hot Killing Benge Miller have constructed pens and are to kill and dress your hogs or cattle at reasonable figures The pens are located at end of Totten avenue and are in every particular Have your meat killed where it be properly handled and by expert hands 921tf relatives Free decdprice relativesa served orator Saturday I firstclassslaughter prepared can X86 Davis Forest entertaining Y i A Short Sad Story A Cold Grief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used this story would have had a hap pier ending 25 and 50c C C J E Stormes WALLACETON Mr John Ballinger is able to be up again after a two weeks confinement with pneumonia Oscar Hiatt has returned from nois where he stayed just two months seeking his fortune H C Kinnard sold to Mrs Susan Brannaman a small lot on which she will erect a dwelling Frank Taylor is erecting a dwelling on his lot adjoining the lot on which the Baptist church stands Truly Wallaceton is expanding Sheep sold at 5 per head last at the sale of Mrs E J Wal lace decd Other things brought fair prices and several of the largest purchasers paid cash down in prefer ence to waiting until Jan 1st with out interest which by the way does not indicate very hard times Miss Kate Baker accompanied by Mr James A Wallace our accommo dating and migratory bachelor man of leisure left on the 19th inst for a two months visit to relatives and Million Given Away Itis certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to needy and suffering The propri etors of Dr New Discovery for Coughs and Colds have given away over ten mijlion trial bot ties of great medicine and have the satisfaction ofknowing ithas abso lutly cured thousands ofhopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarsness and all disease of the Throat Chest snd Lungs are sure cured by it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50 e and 81 Every bottle guaranteed or price friends in northwestern Missouri They stopped off one day sight in St Louis on their trip The only child of Mr and Mrs Geo Love of Lebanon was buried In our cemetery here on the 20th Mrs Love formerly Miss Lulie Baker was for merly one of Wallacetons best girls and still has a host of friends who deeply sympathize with her in her great grief Mr Thos W Soper one of the clerks that ever stood behind the counter in any store has been laid up for two weeks with erysipelas but is able to hobble out to the store again with the aid of a cane Tom says if he has had a fair sample of each he will take boils every time in preference to erysipelas We informed that Rev Hen drickson pastor of the Baptist church here has again tendered his resign time on account of ill health He offered his resignation early last summer but it was not ac ceptedand he has continued to preach up to the present- I wish to express my thanks to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for having put on the market such a medicine says W W Massin gill of Beaumont Texas There are many thousands of mothers whose have been saved from attacks of dysentery and cholera infantum who must also feel thankful It is for sale by R E McRbberts Druggist 1m Our town was well liberally at the Bryan show at on the 17th and from all ac counts took their full part in the sill est part of the performance most enthusiastic expression we have heard from any of them was simply this I had him right in my arms Oh what rapturous bliss But we like many another unfortunate were obliged to miss the one chance of our life and remain with our labors in the schoolroom The Banner Pile Care Is Banner Salve It gives immed late relies and will soon effect a cure 25 c C C J E Stormes NeglectPneumonia II Saturday II this refunded seeing cleverest are tlonthis wonderful children represented Richmond he pedagogue Ill the Consumption now Butt John Walker sold his crop of tobac co for 840 Jake Clouse sold Wm Coldiron five cattle for 90 George Leavell and Jim Carr of col or sold their share of tobacco crop for 8150 each Jake Clouse sold W H Furr 120 shocks of corn and 135 shocks of fod der a calf and the use of his stalk field for 60 Nature can only feed the flame of life with the food eaten which is di gested HERBINE will reinvigorate a week stomache and so improve di gestion as to insure the natural bloom of health Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m Mr W C McQarty of Gosport Ind is visiting his aunt Mrs W H Furr and family Brock of Lily who has been visiting his nephew George Elam and family has home Miss Ella Elam is visiting her aunt Mrs Rhoda Wyler of near Manse Miss Ella Spangler spent Friday night and Saturday FurrsMr Bob White wife and baby of near Crab Orchard spent Sunday at her mothers Miss Woods of uear Danville is visiting her Miss Susie of Point Leav ell It Saved Her Life Miss Mamie Smith of Middlesboro Ky writes My little sister had the Croup very bad I gave her several doses of Fo leys Honey and Tar and she was releived It saved her life C C J E Stormes 1m Real Estate Bought and Sold I am in a position to advertise prop erty and to get fair prices for it Please consult me if you have any to dispose of or if you desire to purchase The Graded School and an era of gen eral prosperitv with a prospect for waterworks and another railroad have caused a number to seek homes in our city and the value of property has been enhanced Although seven teen residences have gone up this year there is not a vacant house in the city and even building lots will soon be in demand Until it is settled that the new railroad will be built I offer the following property at the very low prices No 1 A handsome residence of 10 rooms with two cisterns and all nec essary outbuildings beautifully loca ted on Danville avenue There are fifteen acres of land attached with a front of 690 feet thus furnishing building lots which can be sold at good prices The property is owned by Mrs H C Kauffman and can be bought at the low price of 5000 No 2 A valuable brick residence of eight rooms on Lexington avenue This is one of the best houses in the city and is well located in a quiet neighborhood There is an abundance of fruit and water ornamental and shade trees a fertile garden and eve rything necessary to make it highly attractive and desirable There are four acres of land attached furnish ing three good building lots I wi 1 sell this property at a reasonable price or trade for a farm No 3 A new frame house on Camb bell street with 8 rooms and necessa ry outbuildings with a lot fronting 300 feet one way and 150 another The house is about 5 years old and it cost more money than the entire premises will cost now It is in a populous and business portion of the city and a liv ing could be made on the premises in some branch of merchantile business I will show the above property to any one desiring to purchase I will handle farms on reasonable terms No sale no pay M D HUGHES B S Mattingly of Lebanon sold to parties in New Orleans last week 46 head of extra ne mules The price paid was 8140 each The mules were 16 hands linen and weigh ed 1250 fresh cuts or wounds in either the human subject or in animals as a dressing BALLARDS SNOW LIN IMENT is un excelled while for sores on working horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating its healing qualities are unequaled Price 25 and 50cts C C J E Stormes 1m Levi returned at II instantly 1 Forall c I FLAT WOODS W cousin about i tS Notice of Electl Notice is hereby given Tues day November seventh eighteen hun dred and ninetynine from seven oclock a m to four oclock p m continuously an election will be held in and for the City of Lancaster by the qualified electors of said city to determine whether said city shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen thousand dollars for the purpose of furnishing said city with water fifty fire hydrants for seven years Said indebtness to be paid in seven equal annual installments The amount therefore necessary to be raised an nually by taxation is two thousand dollars R KINNAIRD Mayor of city of Lancaster Ky Att W H WHERRITT 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