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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER Stylish shoes 26, 1899. - ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Logan & at Jose See one of our top coats g Barrel salt LANCASTER AND VICINITy. at Gaiites'. R. A. StcJ'ne. v Few drunks Monday. Go to Logan & Robinson for heavy Alf Taylor at Court House Wednesday evening Nov. 1. am standing a nice Jersey Bull at m2otf It. L. Elkin. $1.00 cash. I All the latest styles in gloves and hosiery at A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville. New stock note and letter heads There seems to be a lull in the sideThe bird law expires November 15 just received at The Recoud office. walk building. Push it along. instead of November 1, as stated in goods, The Record's last issue. J. Joseph leads in upto-dat- e "Now's a good time" to set out shade trees. Plant some and beautify your and' knows his price"jJaanot be dupli Spectacles Lout. cated. premises. Between Dr. Herring's and PresbyThere will be preaching at McKen-dre- e I will take orders for the Ladies' terian church. Return to Recoud next Sunday by Rev. L. Robin- Home Journal, from both old and new ofllce and receive reward. subscribers. Mrs. Dollie Brown. 2t son at 11 a. ni. and 7 p. m. Boys, just come and see our new Dutch Bulbs. Ladies, don't select your cloak until high top shoes, our new over coats and O. C. Ilebsrling, the florist on York you have looked through one hand- our pretty neck wear, Jennings &Co sjreeLhas a fuli line at reasonable pri- some line. We can please yomin style, Paint Lick. J.m oseph. ces. tf fit, quality and price. A. B. Robertson & Bro., the leading Just received new currants, seeded My samples for Fall and "Winter are dry goods firm of Danville.jiave a love raisins, cooking and layer raisins, also now all in and I am better prepared ly line of dress goods and invite Gar rard friends to call and inspect. new oat meal, rolled oats and homithan ever before to make you a suit or ny at Fuller & Sympson's. overcoat from $10.00 to $40.00. SatisTraders were much better pleased everyway given you. Call with the stock pens Monday, but they On and aftetOct. 23, County Court faction in Ji C. Hemphill. and see me. v kick vigorously against having the day, I will have on hand about 200,000 jockeys in that neighborhood. The brick for the local trade. Come early Running Wires. jockey is a nuisance that's hard to get a.id avoid the rush. R. M. Dixleiiay. people are now The electric light rid of. running the wires throughout the hoCourt Day. Mayor Holds Over. They are taking great pains with A big crowd came in Monday, bus- tel. the work and doing a good job. The There will be no vote for Mayor this iness was fairly good and everything by an ex- Fall, as Bob Kinnaird was elected for passed off very orderly. Stock sales opera house will be wired pert in that line, one who knows the four years. The young men propose will be found in another column. to see that Bob is kept in this position wants of the show people. for life, if he will accept it. Barn Burned. Wanted! A large barn belonging to Branham Hon. Alf Taylor is not only a good All kinds of metalbrass, zinc, cop- talker, but he injects climaxes with Beazley and John S. Baughman was ledgers, rubber shoe:. a humor and witty remarks that inva burned Monday morningon their farm per, lead, old near Hyattsville. Mr. W. A. Hiatt, hides, pelts, tallow, beeswax, ginseng, riably bring a laugh or applause. WedWill pay extreme nesday night, Nov. 1. General admis who lives on the place, lost some hay, and yellowroot. 15 barrels of corn and his gear. There market prico for all kinds produce. sion 50c; reserved seats 75c. at Mc- II. B. Noutiicott. was no insurance. Roberts' drug store. "Wanted Car load Bones and ron N boots and shoes. New goods coming in at R. L. Jei Several good second han d buggies ninqs & Co. Paint Lick. and surreys cheap. W. J Emais. We handle the celebrated Buell Farmv frs Logan & Rouinson. Bootee. Briner on vour old Iron and tret the See those beautiful plaid skirts and advance. H. B. Northcott. black crepons at Jennings & Co. you want a cloaktiia't is right' up Paint Lick. If tr r:itn fnll 'it. .T?TVaonh!a iinrl vnn Come every one who is in debt to G will certainly hnf what you want. S. Gaines and close uphold account?. We have had no cold weather to He is in earnest and means business. amount to anything. The clothing Come and get a Tailor made suit at men say the continued warmth this ready-mad- e prices. Perfect satisfacmaking trade backward. tion guaranteed. J. C. Hemi'iiill. We have just in, the most elegant For Sale. line of fancy cakes ever .brought to 21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 town. Try them. Fuxleu & Symtson. nice 750 lb steers. Apply to J. M. Johnston or Sons. No man will ever hear all that is On and after Oct. 23, County Court good and sweet in human life without hearing Hon. Alf Taylor on "Life's day, I will have on hand about 200,000 Poetry and Pearls" Wednesday night brick for the local trade. Come early and avoid the rush R. M. Dilleiiay. Nov. 1. Logan at $7.50. Robinson. See the pretty goods at Josephs- See our Honest Mike boot. & Rouinson. THE HASELBH (Patented Fob. FILTER. Be sure to hear Alf Taylor at Court House Wednesday evening Nov. 1. . Do not miss the first and, probably, Cleanses the only opportunity of hearing Hon Alf Taylor. Wednesday night Nov. 1 later You can buy a buggy, Surrey, road wagon or harness low down. Do not want to hold them ovpr through the winter. W. J. Romans. rf' BB 28, 1809.) : Pants Free. Perfect The customer, who guesses nearest to Goebel's pleurality over Taylor.will in BUJ receive a S5 pair of pants free. M. D. Hughes, Agent. The depot was broken into again last week and $3 in cash taken. Burglars are more numerous than ever be-- f re. With no night police, the bi r- glars have perfect freedom of the town. 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 him Wednesday night, Nov. 1. Admission 50 cents. Reserv ed seats 75 cents at McRoberts' drug store. Letcli Caught 'Km. Free. Any one having a phone rented and EVERY DETAIL. not in arrears for rent or toll can send Separates trash from the water before the s two free Tuesday, Oct. water U tiltjreu. from each phone. Wa or filters upward throtish ?eive, from lwlns; mixed with filtering Lancaster Telephone Ex. iraturl.il. Hinl nests, leave. lr.ih etc.. canmaterial, as it is enter not cauKh iu the bottom of filter before water Is Election Returns. nltere. Elections this year will be held in hen screw run n removed, itallows filter to Handsome Edition. thoroughly. There is no ehafice for twelve states. Returns will be re- dry out any hugs trade edition of the Jessamine ceived at the Court House until all ra- does cr otherKind ol insects lo accumulate as it The titters from damness. in Journal is one of the handsomest we ces are fully decided. A small admis J. R. HASELDJUJN, have seen and reflects much credit sion fee will be charged to cover the upon the Journal otlice, from sanctum expense of receiving the returns. Lancaster, Ky to engine room. Valuable Farn to be Sold. Democratic Nomine . We call attention to the sale of a Pursuant to call, the Democratic vjry valuable Jessamine county farm County Committee met Saturday and advertised elsewhere in The Recoup. nominated Win. Ray, of Buckeye, to Here is a rare opportunity for parties make the race for representative. Mr. wanting a splendid farm in an excel-ljRay is a clever gentleman and will locality. make a hot race. m mcs-age- k Doing Great Good. The attendance at Dr. J. L.McKee's meetings has increased greatly, and much interest has been awakened. Our people appreciate theopportunitv of listening to this learned and noble man, and attend each service in large numbers. The meetings will continue throughout this week. Hon. G. G. Gf room was crowded Monday afternoon by Garrard citizens to hear Hon. G. Gilbert expounded democratic doctrines. Mr. Gilbert is a typical gentleman who indulges in no By his personalities or courteous treatment of all, lie has won Remember Tills "When you take the night trains you can, at a very small additional cost, get a big reclining chair in the sleeper. These chairs are as comfortable as a sofa, and you ca1 sleep as well as if in a regular berth. This sleeper is on botli trains and runs from Knox-vill- e to Cincinnati. The big court !rt Speaks. many warm friends and admirers all over tne district and state. He was frequently and loudly applauded and his address was warmly received. Mr. Gilbert is a warm personal friend of The Record's and we were glad to see him receive so warm a reception. F?3 i i E33 CLOAKS. At The Fork Sunday. We are requested to announce that Rev. B. A. Copass will preach at, the Fork church next Sunday. There is a probability if his taking charge of the church. Speaking: Monday. Judge T Z Morrow will a ldress the citizens of Garrard at the Court-hous- e in Lancaster next Monday, the 30th, New Order ol Tilings. Dr J. L. McKec says that for some, at two o'clock v m. Judge Morrow is time he noticed that gmwn folks nev- a line spealcer and is well posted on er attended Sunday School and chil- the matters now before the people. dren rarely remained to preaching. In He is a popular man in Garrard and a order to secure better attendance at big crowd will hear him. both, he changed the program SunLet IJ Know. day, and commenced preaching at ton, "Why didn't the Reckkeud er- closing at eleven o'clock. The Sunday hounce our speakahsj"' quoth an Amschool was then held from eleven to erican citizen of African 'scent the twelve. A much larger congregation other-day- . We ommitted the announ was on hand and many remained to cement simply because we heard noth the Sunday School. Dr. McKce will ing of'tlie appointment until the day try the plan for a while and if satis- arrived and the men were in town. factory, will hold to it. We willing and glad to pub lish these announcements, but we have neither the casli nor inclination to employ a Pinkerton detective to ferret out the news. Every notice ESI handed us has been published. Bl-Poles. Republican Speaking. Mr. Bastin has been here a week or Judge Clifton Pratt, republican can- so superintending the putting in of attorney general, spoke lo larger poles for the telephone lines. Letcher Owsley, of Lancaster, who didate for a big crowd at the Court House Fri- They are very large and high. The a beautiful speech and was fre made quently interrupted by applause. He day afternoon. He is a tip top speaker lines arc being better arranged and a Beazley & Bangliinan, many friends during his great improvement in the service will is one of the most brilliant young men and made stay here. lie made. in the State. Winchester Democrat. Funeral Directors. The biggest line of mens, womens Octtln? Well. Boy Burglar. John LeaveH, the young man struck and childrens underwear ever brought Friday night Mr. C. D. Powell's to Paint Lick, in union suits and rterial and (,'aviiy Embalming store was broken into and a lot ol on the head while passing through seperate pieces. Ladies fleeced vests the Chute some time since, has recov clothing, shoes, provisions, etc., taken, A Specialty. D. and pants at 15c up. Mens at 25e up. Jim Hamilton got on the trail and in ered sufficiently to get about. cton and Kinnaird trepanned Ins Come and see. R. L. Jennings & Co. almost less time than it takes to tell it, Paint Lick. Full Line of . . had landed "Ugs" Sutton behind the skull, and the operation is what saved bars. "Ugst' is a negro boy about 17 the boy's life. It lias never been Honors For Letcher. years old. He confessed the crime learned who struck him. Hon. Letcher Owsley is making Furniture and Carpets. and will await the action of the grand quite a reputation as a democratic orHotel Taken D vn. ator, lie has made speeches all over jury. .Nearly all tlie goods were re The Mason Hotel was put up for covered. now Hon. J.C.S. Black- J.no.T.Hays. sale Monday and the stentorian voice the state, and J. I. Hamilton. J.C.ltoci5os burn telegraphs him to come ts LouisCemetery Gate. The of Capt. Ike Dunn, auctioneer, drew a ville and speak the last three days of Hays, Hamilton & The ladies are meeting with great large crowd about. The highest bid the campaign. This is quite a feather success in securing contributions for was $3,1)08, made by Mr. J. B. Carf . in our young friend's cap. the Cemetery gate, and are much en Mr. Mason the u withdrew the properly Attorneys ami Couaselers at Law couraged. Only a few have refused to and will endeavour to make the sale privately. contribute. They will have another More local on page 3. LANCASTER, KY. meeting at the Masonic Hall in W. C At the close of Gov. McCreary's speech Judge Hill introduced Hon. Mm M I 1 w EH EH 1 1 E3 We have just received another large shipment of 1 1 E3 IS i Ladies', Misses', i and 1 Childrens' 03 To Open Opera House i lessee of the Opera House, was here Monday and told The Recoud he wasso confident of getting into the house by Dec. 1, that he had about closed a contract Aith a com pany to present Faust on that night. He has made arrangements to hare, on Dec. 25, the Richards & Pringles, lvuscu ei. iiuiianus rug miiisuei fes tival. The latter troupe consistsof 55 people, has two bands and trarels in two special cars. It will be seen by the size and reputation of these troupes that Manager Fissenger is starting in to gire us strictly and the best shows on the road; Mr. Fissenger, T U. room Monday at 2 o'clock, and all interested should attend. Be there promptly, ladies, and show your pub lic spiritedness. In next issue of The Recoud we will publish the names of the contiibutors and the amounts giv en. At the Bulllut; Point. The political pot has quit singing and gone to boiling here in Garrard, and the usual "agents" are booking many floats. The indicationsarethat matters will get pretty lively, and mnch feeling be aroused. The Rec- oud's advice to its readers is to study well the qualifications of eacli candi date, think over the matter carefully, and vote for those whom you think will put forth the best efforts for the public's 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" the sooner the country's affairs will be managed in a business like way. ITIuch More Work. HEAD QUART CLOTH NG TS, SHIES. m m JACKETS and WRAPS Come at once "and make E3 your selections before the good things are gone. We have also just received some handsome patterns in DRESS-GOODS, For City Council. Monday was the last day on which m candidates' names could be filed to be placed on the ballot, and County Clerk Duncan was kept busy until eleren o'clock that night receiring papers and getting them in proper shape. m There will be two tickets for City Council, and it is expected that more Ira interest will be shown in this race than in the state races. We gire below the two tickets and you can E3 ponder from now 'til election day orer who will gire the town the best ser- E3 rice. There have been so many delays in getting material that it is believed the opeia house and hotel will not be ready for occupancy before the first of December. 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 mate1 rial. All that will be needed from this time is on the ground, except a lot of sash, which it is feared were de stroyed in the big freight tire at Cin cinnati recently. The stuff was shipped but nothing can be heard from it.. Tile entile building is under roof and the weather will not 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 "be the only chance that Lancaster people wil' hare of hearing this celebrated orator this season. Seats will go on sale Norember 3rd, at serenty-fir- e cents for reserved chairs; general admission, fifty cents. The great demand for seats will make It necessary for cash to accompany all orders. Address H.. Giovannoli, Manager, Danville. Rev. J. W. Lynch says of .Dixon: "I think him to be the finest.andf most forcible platform orator I know.1 The Manager of the'Memphis Auditorium says: "He delivered the grandest lecture ever uttered from the Au- Hats & Furnishing Goods. Merchant Tailoring a Specialty. TJS. Fit and workmanship Guaranteed. We can sho.w you in our Merchant If you want a Nice, Nobby Fitting Suit leave your measure with Tailoring-Departmen-t 1 m E3 m m i 1 0 1 m J E Stormes, J C Robinson, J (J citizens' ticket. ItAILHOAD Thompson, J R Haseiden, J A Beazley. J 1 Hamilton. TICKET. some JMHigginbotham,T. Currey, Kice licnge, James Dillon, W B Mason. Sam Totten, What Dixon Is. The Syracuse, N. Y. Daily Herald says: "Rev Thomas Dixon, Jr., is a 1,200 STITLIEjS to select from OUR SILKS Etc. M Our Low Prices move them quickly. Logan i Dry Goods i Comp'nv I i 1 m m m ll m man who looks like an orergrown boy, six feet and more in height, with long arms and longer legs. He looks awkward when you first see him, as he slouches toward the front of the platform, with his heavy black hair tum 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 before him. But when he begins to talk and move in concert with his senten ces, you remember only that he is giv brilliant display of vocal fireworks." ditorium platform." Dixon will give "The New Woman' Dixon combines humor, pathos am" at the Danville Opera House Novem dramatic power as no other man of I ber 9th. this day does. t PIES ARE THE LOWEST Logan & Robinson r CENTRAL RECORD KVKBY WEEK BY BUCKEYE. Robert Long bought 4 calves at per head. i Herrod Ray took a car load of cattle to Cincinnati last week realizing about $3.75 per hundred for them. $12.-5- 0 RRYANTSYILLE. Lost, in or near Bryantsville, a gold watch charm, with the initials L. K. W. on it. A liberal reward will be given for its return to Mr. Jeff Dunn. Mrs. Mollie Swope, of McCrcary, was the guest of Mrs Eliza Ballard, Saturday and Sunday MiisEmma Spruce and friend, from Nicholasville, visited Mrs Lucy Dunn, Saturday and Sunday, and attended preaching Mrs L D lennings and daughter, Maggie, and Mrs. Win Harp, from Danville, visited relatives in the vicinity, Thursday Raymond Ilaselden and wife, Everet Gould and Sam Ilaselden were the guests of J. S Ilaselden Misses Carrie Naylor and Hattie Jennings, of Einville, visited relatives here, Sunday Mr Marshall Davis, of Nicholasville, was a pleasant visitor in this vicinity Sunday We were delighted to see so many out from Lancaster Sunday, at Pleasant Grove, the meeting is still going on and every body that can. is cordially invited to attend Miss May Taylor, Irene Bourne and Miss Dora Murphy, from Sulphur Well, visited Miss Lucy Dunn this week. On the 10th of December, 1897, Rev. S. A. Donalioc, pastor M. E. church, South, Pt. Pleasant, W. Ya., contract ed a severe cold which was attended from the beinning by violent coughing He says: "After resorting to a number of 'specifics,' usually kept in the house, to no purpose, I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which acted like a charm. 1 most cheerfullv recommend it to the public." For sale by R. E. McRobeits Druggist. lm Died, Oct. 21, Mrs Mariah Hills, in the 65th year of her age. She was a beloved christian woman, as her past life shows to the world. She will not only be missed at her home, but in a vacant seat in the church which she has occupied for sixty years, she having been a member of the Methodist church that length of time. Her 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 Nannie Ballard, Mrs Rebecca Dunn and Mrs Hardesty, all except one, was at her bed side and did all that loving hands could do to comfort her in her last moments, but the Lord saw fit to take her from her loved ones here to dwell in that celestial land where joy immortal Hows. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Robinson at her home Sunday,to a large congregation of relatives and friends, after which she was intered in Mt. Olivet cemetery. LOUIS LANDBA.it, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. RELIABLE GIWCmiffATI ESTABLISHED 1793. 5 YAB. IK ADVANCE. " Six Months. Thbee " ONE . . .50 .25 11.00 THU63DA.lT,October, 26189D ert Long at 930. 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 Saturday 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 how Pap Dickerson is stepping high. James Jackson a worthy young man of the Bryantsville neighborhood, who was married to Miss Celesta, the lovely daughter of Joseph Simpson, on the 5th will make their future home on a farm near Bryantsville. We regret to give Miss Celesta up but our loss is Mr. Jackson's gain. Dizziness, loss of appetite, flatulency and nausea are all connected with dypepsia or indigestion. HERBINE will give prompt releif. Price 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Miss Nell Ray has returned from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. James Dunn, of near Lancaster Robert Long and wife, B. Ray and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Sunday Miss Pearl Ross, of your town was the guest of Miss Sallie B. Ray last week Miss Mary Sandidge, of Boyle, has been visiting Misses Maggie and Su sie Sandidge Miss Mollie Ilendren, of Kirksville, and Delitha Cotton, a beautiful young lady, of 111., were with Miss Mattie Jones during the meeting Mrs. Clay Blakeman gave an elegant dining in honor of her mother, Mrs. .Susie Cotton, of 111., last Thursday Mason Pullins and little son, William, of Paint Lick, visited Mr. and Mrs". Mike Ray Sunday and were accompanied home by Mrs. Ray. W. G. Jones bought a horse of Rob- IaiiVille5 Ky. Decided -- 1 Gov. Bradley is making a few speeches in the present campaign. One speech from him is worth twenty orators, of those made by the small-fr- y and Mr. Taylor should enter into his closet and return thanks that the Gar? rardman has taken the stump. GAZETTE (VVikly E litb-- i WEEKLY of T 12 ' C.ui.initi Commercial Tribune) THE FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ENLARGED! NOW Special D;partm;;its divotai to Agriculture, Poultry, M irkets, Literature, with othr special Features Bargains. 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. If Dewey don't get out of this country, and the newspapers quit talking about making him president, McKin-le- y 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 enougli to know it. Tiie 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 Vic's men are being mowed down by the score. Uncle Sam should remember the fact that John Bull stotd around with his hand in his hip pocket when this country was in a scrap. One good turn deserves another, and Uncle Sam doubtless has his weather eye open. IMPROVED! NOW I IV NEW FORM 20 PAGES I c 50 aa b 1 Per Year i 20 PAGES The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any weekly published in the West. Read by over 300,000 people WASTED AGEfiTS. Sei for SPECIAL TERMS. ADDRESS, SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES. THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE Cincinnati, O. CO. A Nkgro was burned at the stake in one of the Southern states last week and a howl is going up over the occurBefore At 98c yd. We offer choice of six very desirable new Fall designs rence. loudly, people condemn the they should think of act too in Black Blistered Crepons, none of these are worth the horrible crime the negro committed. If a man, white or black, should less than $1.50. come here in Kentucky and murder At $1.38 yd. We offer choice of five new designs in new Black Cre another's wife and children, tie them to the floor and set tire to the house, pons, any one of which is worth $2. lie would meet just such punishment, and no one who understood the facts would say anything against it. It's a bad idea to jump at conclusions, and Ked Hot From the Gun. our Southern neighbors should not be Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman too severely criticised until the cir- of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. cumstances are fully investigated. It caused horible Ulcers that no treatMen who will not avenge the murder ment helped for 20 years. Then Buck-len- 's of women are not worthy of having a Arnica Salve cured him. Cures wife, more especially daughters. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons. Corns, Skin' Eruptions, Best Pile cure on earth. 25c a box. Cure guaranteed. Free of Charge, The latest and most stylish black fabric in the market. Used for Any adult suffering from a cold set- Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist both Suits and Separate Skirts- - We have three grades at 85c, $1.25 tled on the breast, bronchitis, throat The most stubborn cases of Bronch or lung troubles of any nature, who itis succumb to COUSSEN'S HONEY and $1.50 yard. Ask to see them. will call at J E Stormes' drug store, OF TAR. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. will be presented with a sample bot & J. "E. Stormes lm 1 J rave Men Fall. tle of Boschee German Syrup, free of Mccreary. charge. Only one bottle given to one Victims to stomach,liver and kidney person, and none to children without troubles as well as women, and all feel John O Long had a sale Saturday, the result in loss of appetite, poisons in order from parents. selling his household and kitchen fur Ho throat or lung remedy ever had the blood, backache nervousness, headniture, and started for Illinois Tues- ache and tired, listess, run down feeling yd. We are now offering a big line of new Fancy Silks in all the such a sale as Boschee's German Syr day morning. 50c. up in all parts of the civilized world. But there's no need to feel like that. new shades such as Cadet Blue, Automobile, Castor, Purple, Twenty years ago millions of bottles Mr and Mrs John Teater, and Mr. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville Ind. and Mrs Thos. Hill and children, of He says: "Electric Bitters are just the Grey, &c., Over 25 pieces in all at 502 yard. None of these can were given away, and your druggists will tell you its success was marvelous Buckeye, visited Mrs. Tena Beazley, thing for a man when he is all run down, be had at less than 75c yard. This week only. It is really the only Throat and Lung Monday Mr and Mrs Wm Hollo-wa- and don't care whether he lives or of Spencer county, have been vis- dies. It did more to give me new Remedy generally endorsed by physi cians, one 70 cent Dottle win cure or iting their daughter, Mrs A S Jen- strength and good appetite than any Misses Addie and Mary Cum thing I could take. I can now eat prove its value. Sold by dealers in all nings mins, of Preachersville, accompanied anything andhaveanew lease on lifp." civilized countries. by John Holtzclaw, visited friends Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts here and attended preaching at Buck- Drug Store. Every, bottle guaranMARKSBURY. eye, last week. . . .Miss Ollie Hackley, teed, lm We have just put on sale about 100 Pairs of Children's Tan and Mr. Frank Parks will have a sale of Lowell,, has been the guest of Miss Black Shoes, all fresh, fine grade Shoes, sizes 5 to 8)4 at 50c pair. Saturday afternoon begining at one Maggie Saddler for the past week, , , . When your hogs weigh 150 pounds, Miss Bettie Broaddus, of Kirksville, ship them to market, as the present o'clock. These were our dollar shoes. The Supper given by the Ladies has been with relatives here for sev demand calls for such weight of hogs, Aid Society was well attended. They eral weeks.... Messrs. Finley Davi5, and as it is well known, that the first Mr Oliver Boner Sam and Ed Hurt, from Lowell, were 100 pounds is always the cheapest pork cleared about $40 feeders will find more profit who is attending school at Lexington, at Antioch, Sunday. . . .Miss Eva Jones Miss Georgia has returned home after spending a in.thls. is at home on a visit Henry, of Lancaster, attended the week with relatives here .... Elder Why experiment on yourself with supper and visited Miss Sarah Herring Fagler, of Maywood, will preach at remedies of doubtful utility when you New Antioch next Sunday and Sunday can get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Misses Marie Saturdav and Sunday We offer to close a line of Separate Skirts, made of Cheviots, Ve- Joseph, Cora Ward, Ethel West, Wil night, 29th. . . .Mrs. T C Gulley is vis which has stood the test of time? iting in Louisville, and while absent, years' sale and use have netians, Coverts, &c, plain and trimmed, most of them lined through- lie Belle Burnside and Bessie Batson, Miss Jennie Gulley, of Hiattsville has Twenty-fiv- e five charming little ladies of Lancasproven remedy to be a prompt and out with Sjlk. The average price ot this lot was $8.75, we offer choice ter, attended the supper Friday night possession of her school MissLura certain that for colds. It will cure a cure for $4.50. and visited Misses Sadie and Pearl Layton visited Miss Lillie Ray, at cold in a day if taken as soon as the The many cold lias been contracted and before it Aldridge, Saturday and Sunday. They Buckeye, last week made many friends among the young friends of Miss Minnie Wearen we're has settled in the system. Sold by R. people who hope they will again visit greatly surprised Monday, wlien she E. McRoberts Druggist. in this community some time in the and Clayton Weapon, of Lexington, near future Quite a number from were driven to Danville and were this community are attending the quietly married. All wish them much $6.50. These vary only in smallest details from this seasons goods. protracted meeting at Pleasant Grove happiness, and a pleasant journey OFby Rev. George through life. Are made of the finest Kerseys, handsomely lined, and prices church conducted Gowen. Worktag Night and Day. Land, Stock, Crop and Farming were $12.50 to $17.50; we offer choice for $6.50. The busiest and mightiest little It May Save Your Life. Implements, A dose or two of Foley's Honey and thing ever was made is Dr. King'sNew d Tar will prevent an attack of pneu Life Pills. Every pill is a globule of health.that changes weakmonia, grip or severe cold if taken in ness into strength, listlessness into MONDAY, OCTOBER, 30, 1899. time. Cures coughs, colds, croup, brain-fa- g into mental power. hoarseness, difllcult breathing, energy, Having determined to nuit farming and more whooping cough, incipient consump: They're wonderful in building up the to town. I will on the above date at 10 a. m., Only 25c per box. Sold by sell to the highest bidder the following propGives health. bronchitis. erty, to wit: Two hundred acres of level, fer50c Made of very finest, choicest wool, no dye, natural color; sizes for tion, asthma, or advanced stages tile farming land s'tuated in Jessamine connty of R. E. McRoberts. positive relief in two miles north of Nicholasville and 10 miles children from 5 to 10 years old. They are worth $1.50, but we consumption, asthma or bronchitis. From Louisiana comes the news south of Lexington, on east side of turnpike. farm has 151 is selling from 7 to 12 cts. Said and bluegrass, acres sown to timothy, clobalance in wheat. On the ver took the ends of stock from a mill and can sell them at 50c. each. Guaranteed. 0. C & J. E. Stormes that cotton modern style dwelling is a new reports a gentleman BLACK CREP0N5. SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW CAMEL'S HAIR Zibbilene. AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M' ROBERTS. G-allevy. Waist Silks 50c PAIR. Fox ylrz ji This is now the most been recently equipped with SAK7ILLE, ST. 4r Ky., having As Gallery in Central j., y, Th.e Marvelous Axiastimate Lenses The new discovery in optical science. A is CHILDREN'S SHOES. I wish to say to the Ladies that Th.es Just received Leases FLATTER. SEPARATE SKIRTS AT $4.50. f a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould- - X ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be uppruuuiiuu. ouiuiuii: iui naming liuui mc auuiiii:ai l uuiugii(iii iu the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the Svxv French "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, S Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require jV a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. J We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. "WE INVITE OUR FRIENDS. CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME ( Torlet Articles and Books. Last Year's Jackets. CHILDREN'S Public Sale fn -- x (' k DRUGGISTS riTlfffifflffiTwnfflfii SUNDRIES. V. () ( Complete stock of PURE DRUGS m m m m m sugar-coate- HON 'SUITS. i ! LILLARH V STDUT DANVILLE, KY. Silver and Cut Glass. having seen negroes selling cotton from their wagons at 6jc. Such prices as these mean great prosperity for the 1899. south. The highest price reached by The day was long. The harden and the heat, With patience borne. The tireless willing feet cotton in 1898 was 6i and the lowest wentceasless to and fro; was Stents, Tbey. have a good cotton We have now on display $5,000 worth of Silverware and Cut Glass For others' weal no task too hard could know crqjfan'd an average of 7 cents or even The busy hauda Only the best standard makes of Silver and the celebrated Hoare Amer- If wrought for others good. Thus passed the flJ'WUl send to the South '$500,000,000. hours ican Cut Glass, the moat brilliant of all. Prices from $2 to $35. Take Till twilight shadows fell, and deeds, Ilka August Flower. flowers. a look at these two stocks. Blossomed a list that only God conld keep, "It is a surprising fact," says Prof, And now with tired hands laid on ber breast. Houton, "that in my travels in all parts With weary feet for ever more at rest of the world, for the last the years, I Day done,"Heglveth His beloved sleep." ' Written by a Friend have met more people, having used Green's August Flower than any other Testimony. A Urns Man's remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver I have obtained excellent results and stomach, and for constipation, I from the use of FOLEY'S KIDNEY find for tourists and salesmen, or for and persons filling office positions, where CURE. It relelved my back-ach- e severe Dain over the hips. . It toned headaches and general bad feelings up my system and gave me new Tim from irregular habits exist, that regard-i- t as an honest and energy. Green's August Flower is a grand and reliable remedy for all Kidney remedy. It does not injure the sysdiseases. It makes no" false claims tem by frequent use, and is excellent but does what it says when given a for sour stomachs and indigestion.'- air trial. I certainly recommend it, Sample bottles free at J E Stormes' ;,Wm. Tinn, 447 Ellda BoiaLima, Drug Store. Sold by dealers in all cjymzeg countries, Ohio. C. CL & J. E. Stormes. j1 From Huntsville In Lovlne Memory. Of Mrs. Marian Hills, Died Oct. 21, I Zanville5 Ky. .h. containing eight rooms, nice doable hall with winding stairway, two single and oner double veranda?, making three fronte, also bath room, pantries, wardrobes closets with glass in doors, in fact one of the best and most convenient houses in the neighborhood. The outbuildings consist of one large barn, row? house, grainery. oorncrlb. bnzgy house, meat house, chicken house, etc. There is on this farm 140 choloe selected apple, peach, pea', cherry, plum, quince and dumson trees, with lots of grapes, strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, currants, asparagus and pie plant enough for any family The farm is well watered by pools and well; cistern and dairy at the door. The place Is well fenced. Finest View from the residence in the country. I wi. I at the same time and place sell ail my stock, consisting of 10 head of Wilkes and Denmark mares ai)d fillies. 1 gelding, fine mare and colt, aged mate mule, yearling raule. 13 (bead of fresh milt paws, 2 yearlir Jersey hefers, 11 steer and heifer calves. 128 h ad of extra brood ewes, bred to Southdown bucks. 47 bead of pure Southdown ewes, some of them imported and registered and bred to Imported rams, gome pure bred Poland-Chin- a hoes, 200 bushels of Wheat. 133 barrels of aorn, 0 stacks of pure timothy bay and 6 mixed clover and e wagon and timothy, large straw rlok. harness, one Peering binder, good 'as n.'.w, wheat drill, Stoddard cutting harrow. Bearing mower, seond to none, new co'n planter, plows of every description, gear etc., also one surrey and harness, buggy and road cart. Terms Land will be sold for one-hacash balance in two equal payments of one and two years with 6 yer cent. Interest from day of sale. On personality, all sums of $50 and under, cash ; over that amount a credit of twelve months with 6 per cent, interest and approved security, or privilege to pay cash. The land will be old at 11 a.m.. sharp. For further Information write or call on J. H. BOOGS, Or O. W. Lyne. Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer , Nicholasville, Ky. Elace y A BOON TO MANKINDS DR 3 52 ui TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE 25 C 3v 7Z riM to asr CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of IN l'fcKNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, bv Mail. 75 Cents: Bottles. 50 Cents. - - 310 MA Utk StNt, ST. UNS, W. JJOIKF.IALlJUW.SitePrMMir, STORMES DRUG STORE. CBAL SI t3 J CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY October 20, I89Q Ii. FEOHMAN & CO rived and kept up their merry making were Refreshments until twelve. served at the usual time Those present besides the home boys and girls Cloaks, cloaks, cloaks, at JosephN were Misses Rebecca and Anna WillReserved seats for the Alf Taylor iams, of Uyattsville, Susie Hurt, of Lowell; Messrs Foley, of Wi liamsburg, lecture at McRoberts' drug store. SeWood and McAfee, Danville, Williams cure one in advance. and Mahan, of Uyattsville and Ed Time. The Hurt, of Lowell. As your cisterns are now well filled, Mr. Sebastian Stone, of Versailles, it is the proper time to have them and Mis Mollie Douglass, of this city cleaned. Our cleaner does the work were married at the residence of Mrs. perfectly. Satisfaction guaranteed or Cunningham, on Depot street, Monday money refunded. morning at ten o'clock,byRev.Massee. Hatcher & Austin-- . The bride has resided in this city Graded School Tax " for some time, and by her lovely manThe 1SU1) tax is past due. Please call ners and many good and noble traits and settle and save being asked for it. has made a large number of friends penalty will certainly be added to and admirers who extend their heart- The all unpaid taxes. iest congratulations and E. W. n.vunis, Collector. tf. The groom comes highly recommended as a gentleman and industrious young Farm "Wanted. man. The couple left ao once for As agent, I will trade desirable Henderson, where the groom goes as a town property for a farm. M. D. delegate to the grand lodge Knights Hughes. of Pythias. He has shown by his seHemp Seed Wanted. lection that he knows a good thing, We want 250 bushels Veil cleaned and most people seem to think so. They will return to 7ersailles, where cultivated late importation hemp seed II. A. II. Marksbury & Son. Mr. Stone is connected with the railroad. . Butch-- r Shop Sold.. THE. IM1 Jiand-SomeS- 1 1 1. We spared neither time nor money in securing the i 3all JllilliMly Ever shown in Lancaster. Our stock is now in, and on display. We ask you to CAIA AND EXAMINE. 3ALLIE I. TIM 2 AfJOUT PEOPfcE. Miss Ann!c Wallace spsnt last week in Cincinnati. Harry Tomlinson visited Danville relatives Sunday. Branham Beazley is visiting Lewis Doty in Stanford. Jliss Bessie Burnside is visiting relatives in Stanford. Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside are visiting in Stanford. J. T. Pope, of Barboursville, is the guest of Mrs. W. II. Smith. Miss Grace Kinnaird has recovered sullicicntly to take a drive. 3Irs. Ann Smith, of Richmond is Mrs. Luther Gibbs. Mrs. Woods Walker, who has been critically ill, is much better. Rev. R R Noel represented the Lincoln Democrat here Monday. visiting Harris was given a surprise party Friday evening, MJss Florence Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Gully have been vis'ting relatives in Louisville. Miss.Ada Dickerson, of Nicholasville is visiting Mrs. Letcher Owsley. is improving very rapidly and will soon be on foot. Mrs. Ernest Brown J. Fleece Robinson was in Danville the past week shopping. attended the Louisville fair and CarJacob Joseph attended the Masonic nival the past week. Lodge in Louisville the past week. Mrs. W. II. Kinnaird was the hosMiss Sadie Cecil, of Danville, has tess at a handsome dinner party Tuesday. Those present from Danville been visiting Miss Kate Kinnaird. were Mrs. Donald McDonald,, Miss Mr Dan Hemphill, of Nicholasville, Abigail McDonald, Mrs. Cecil and visitod relatives in this city Sunday. daughter, MissSadie, and Mrs. W. C. Mrs. A II Rice and Frank Marksbu-r- y Price. arrived Wednesday from NashvillCr Mr. and Mrs. Alex West and pretty Miss Elisa Rucker, of Paint Lick, daughter, Lillie V., returned Sunday has baen visiting the Misses Douglas. from a visit to Mrs. Chas. Denman in Xicholasville. They were accompanLivingston Colonel. Miss Berta ied by Mr. Arthur West, of Sulphur Hilton is visiting friends at Lancaster. Well, who is now the guest of Miss Mrs. Victor Lear is on the road to Lillie V. recovery, and we hope will soon be If anyone else came here as regularwell. ly as does Ed Walton, we would quit Homer Baughman, of Danville, has publishing his name, but he has so been witli relatives in this city for a many friends in Garrard that we are duty bound to chronicle his visits. He few days. Little Shelby Merchant, of New went home Monday with more money York, is visiting his aunt, Miss Mar- than Carter had oats. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Baughman have garet Murphy. Frank Bacon, of Louisville, has been been visiting in Lexington and Dan visiting his friends, Messrs Richard ville. Mr. B. has been here for two months having his grain put in. He and Lyman Ryan. and his charming better-hal- f will Mrs. J. W. Grant and daughter, move here permanently Jan. 1, and Miss Lillie Dale, have returned from will be warmly welcomed by many a visit to Covington. friends. Misses Rella, Allie and Mary ArW. G. Romans and family left, for nold, have returned from a vis't to Scheet City, Missouri, Oct. 9. Mr. relatives in Stanford. Romans was born and raised near Miss Lula Graham, after a spell of Lancaster and it was for the health sickness, is able to trim in the Misses of his wife that he took leave of his former home. His many Garrard Noel's millinery store. friends regret to see J. M. Logan has just returned from wish him success in his him leave but new home. the city and we notice they are getCapt. J. B. Douglass, of Jellico, was ting in lots of new goods. here Monday and made our sanctum a n Mrs. James Slaughter, Mrs D. pleasant call. Capt. Douglass is an and children, of Danville, are old Ellen N. boy and for many years guests.of Mrs. G. S. Gaines. has had charge of a passenger run beMr. Thomas Denton, of Lexington, tween Jellico and Corbin. His wife visited his cousins, Misses Kathleen arid children accompanied him and atand Ettie Denton this weak. tended the wedding of Miss Mollie Senator George T Farris was up Douglas. from Louisville Monday, giving the Our old school mate, W. R. Jenlocal boys pointers on the campaign. nings, of Paint Lick, was in the office Mrs. Battie Landram left Tuesday this week and tells us he has a conto spend the winter in Richmond stantly increasing trade in the saddlewith her sister, Mrs. John Baughman. ry and harness business at t hat place. At school,'"Tige" was always head of Miss Mary llice a charming little the class, and he has turned us down, lady, of Texas, left this week for her more times than we could count in ten home, having spent the summer with weekfir n relatives. Mr. J. S. Armstrong and wife, of Elder Chas. E. Powell is at home Dallas. TfiY.. wpri vislfinor Afro A pr- ugain after visiting Cincinnati and strongs nnronts rw. nnri at t? i attending the Christain Jubilee Con-- ! Tvilite. Th ,ftfr, Tllwa,ni, t' . vention. West. Mr. Armstrong is one of the Richmond Pantagraph: Mr and Mrs most prominent business men in and a leader in promotion of that Johnson, of Marksbury, Gaf-.la- s rard county; are with Mrs Arnold on c5ty's interests. He is a man well High street. nffXT VT a fine Baing conversationalist Dr. T J Acton and wife o: Eubanks, ' and of fine sense, his visit was greatly Ky., visited their brother, Dr. JM ' enjoyed by many o.f his old friends. Acton, on Lexington street, the latter Last Thursday evening at her pret part of last week. ty homevnear 'Manse, Miss Susie Parks .Messrs J. C. Hemphill, Tneodorev enter tMned in honor or her charming Currey, Fisher Herring, Missis Anniertsitor,Hiss Wood, of Danville. At Loyd Herring and Theo Hemphill eajly hour about forty guests ar- Ma-lia" I m Mare Local. WE HATE Illit When you need something GOOD, something FRESH and TEMPTING, no use to look all over town, just call to see US, we have it. We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES in Lancaster. Our Motto! High Class Goods, Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment. If tr FULLER Dr. R. Goldstein, 514, & SYMPSON. L. F. HUBBLE. ATTOKEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE ACT. "LANCASTER. KY Thirty-Thousan- Fourth Ave. s. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, at Gilcher Hotel, Danville, on Saturday INovr. 4, and at St.Asaph Will be Hotel, Stanford, Monday, Sor. Gth, returning one day each month. Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted. d Acres Val- uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in South-Eastor- n Kentucky. Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms. ,""7: Mr. E. W. Norris has purchased the Is a,"0,nte,J" necessary to the youn Smith & Currey, Agents for DanThompson butcher shop; on Danville who if man or young woman beingwould win ville Steam laundry. Work shipped conceded success in lite. This charge" first of street, and will take and received daily. Shirt, waists a November. He will employ a first-cla- it is of first Importauce to get your training at the school that strands in the very front ruuk specialty. Office at T.'Curreys gr cery and run the establish'. store. tf. mentbutcher THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE in an manner. Free Camera. LOUISVILLE, KY. Bargains. A free Camera will be given to each Seven experienced teachers, each one a sprclalif t In hi line Come to see me Monday and I w ill boy who buys a suit' from the Stanley Graduates of this college preferred by business l ouses. Write for a beautiful book giving testimonials from gradnatrs occupying Tailoring Company, and they will show you some special bargains in SHORTHAND, prominent positions all over the United States It will be mailed to yor FREE. save money, where breast measure is suits and overcoats. All wool at bot TELEGRAPHY. tom figures. Satisfaction or no trade. M. D. Hughes, Ag't. under 35. Ready-mad- e or made to measure. Seven dollars, up. Fire! Fire!! Fire!!! M. D. Hughes, Agent. Build your tires with Coal bought of W. B. Moss & Co. It, is the best, A Paint lilck Eiiterprle. makes the hottest fires, weighed on Adams' .Fistula Salve, put up by Fairbanks Standard Scales. Good coal, good weight, why not buy from Adams & Fish, Paint Lickj is meeting with ready sale every where. Persons us? who have used it say it's a marked Seed Wheat For Kale. success and a sure cure for Fistula, Yellow Fultz seed wheat one year' Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargeremoved from the North west. Would ment. Greasy Heel, etc. is sold on advise farmers to plant to secure seed a written guarantee, andItmoney refor another year. Sample at Citizens' funded if not as represented. For sale National Bank and Wm. "Ward's mills by R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. H. A. B. Marksbury. Bro. Walton SymyathzcM. Long Wear, Low Price, Good Fits The Stanford Journal says: "The I can name many old customers who Southern railroad engineers, under will state that their suits have been Capt. Joel Mabel, who have been enthe satisfactory- - in long wear, in prices camped at tents water works here.yesterday and movjitruck their and in fits. Of course errors are made eu to nans uap. uapi. iuaoei lens us by everybody, but they are easily cor- that the route via Danville here-i- s a rected, and we make as few errors as very practical one and can be built no extraordinary outlay. Capt. any one, and we guarantee a fit. We with H. Respass, W. who is in charge ot have studied measure blanks and have the party that ran the line via Lanfifc irregular men. One of houses caster, was here Sunday from his carrm Celebrated Wagon gives a splendid hat with a Jit. or an atMt. Vernon, expecting to meet Maj. Call and see Boys get a camera with ) Wells, the chief engineer. He' say.' overcoat. that the Lancaster line is an expeneach suit. Uniform pricas and small sive one, requiring besides others, a jirofits." Excellent suits or overcoats, high bridge 750 feet long. We dislike 7. to $80 Boys Suits, cut and made j to have to keep our Lancaster friends fully "Warranted and Excels we do, others, to measure, JM. 50 to $12.50. Young out ofthe road, but ifshortness they i. must charge and men can save in this line. M. D. cheapness of ittcrour route and general J .HugheSj Agt.- . ss BOOK-KEEPIN! fiB!!!i!iPf EDUCAT,ow G.S. GAINES', It all this at l ill EindsFarm Machinery Always on Hand LEXINGTON BATTALION. Cumberland I're byterlan. Bowling Gbekn--, Ky., Oct. 2C. The Kentucky synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian church convened in this city Tuesday evening. The opening sermon was preached by Dr. W. S. Danley, of Owensboro, and the wel come address was delivered by Judge John B. Crider, city attorney. Therc are now about 300 members and delegates in attendance. Judge Koberts Said to Ite Insane. OwEXSBono, CROP SKiT Mother and Babe Nightly Drillf Hare Been Ordered Th Impression Is That They May Be feat to Clay County. ONLY ONE GO RE 1 Ageucy, e Purchasing Write to Cozlue fc Co'a LonUvIlle. Ky , for anv thing- - you want to buy. You can save big money. Iufor-uiutilyr. f rce. Horace Hcrndon sold to Gentry Bros, a nice gray gelding for $87.50. A cup of very hot milk taken at bed tims will often prevent sleeplessness. Dr. Acton sold a black horse Monday for $00 and bought another for $75. about S33 cattle at th- - Pons Monday. About MO or (500 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 TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT. It never fails to cure. Price 50 cts in bottles, tubes 75cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Auctioneer Rice Bsnga reports At the sale of Jas. T Adams, tioneer Rice Benge reports the aucfol- lowing prices: Weanling calves $25. per head, heifer calves $20, milk cows $30 to $40, horses and mules from $50 to 75. Auctioneer Rice Benge cried Lutes sale in Jessamine county and gives us the following prices: Yearling steers $25. and heifers $20, milk cows $20. to $35, horses $70. to $75, mules 50 to $75. Trading was pretty lively at the stock pens Monday, and some good prices were realized. Mr. Benge reports the sale of a lot of yearling cat tle at $22.50, bunch of cows at 2ic, mule colts $30 to $J0. a lot of heifers at 3.10c, another lot at $21. AVIIITE'5 CREAM VERMIFUGE is a highly valuable preparation, capable, 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. lm Richmond Register reports the Lan-te- r sale, near Doylcsville, last week: Crowd and bidding good; horses, $33 to $4G; cows and calves, $30: heifers, $22: young hogs, 4c:28 moun tain ewes, $4.15 per head: wheat, (iOc. Farming implements sold well. "When silverware gets tarnished, if it is washed in a pint of very hot water to which has been added one tea- spoonful of aqua ammonia, rubbed with a soft brush and dried with a clean linen towel, then rubbed very dry witli chamois, it will become again very brilliant, and will not need any 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 at a very large interest. A hog is a condenser: he will put ten bushels of corn in less space than a bushel meas ure. He has been styled a manufact urer of hams, lard, hair brushes, head cheese, tooth brushes, glue, buttons, fertilizer, fats, bacon, knife handles, whistles, soap, sausage and satisfac tion. He converts corn into coin and can buy what he will. During the winter of 1S97 Mr James Reed, one of the leading citizens and merchants of Clay, Co. W Ya., 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 several kinds of liniment and two and a half gallons of whiskey in bathing it, Lexikgtox, Ky., Oct 22. The Lexington 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 MOTHER'S FRIEND "Williams to drill every night until furwill in great measure overcome every ther orders. CoL Williams received itself will I distressing symptom, and labor his orders from Adjt Gen. Collier Remember I not be a very serious ordeal. and is not acquainted with their that MOTHER'S FRIEND is an ex-- 1 significance. The militiamen have the ternal liniment that softens and relaxes the muscles, and is not a dangerous! impression that they are to be sent Circuit court compound of opiates to swallow. Ask 1 again to Manchester. opens at the Clay county capital next your druggist tor it or send price tyl) to week and in the light of occurrences CO., Atlanta, Ga. I THE BRADfKU) REGULATOR 1 since the assassination of Tom Baker Send for our free at the last term of court it is very book. "Before Btby is uorn likely that troops in greater numbers will be necessary to the safety of the but nothing gave any relief until he court. began using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. ANOTHER PHILPOT KILLED. This brought almost a complete cure in a week's time and he believes that Shot From Ambuih While on His Way to Attend Court State Troops May had he not used this remedy his leg Be Needed. would have had to be amputated. Pain Balm is uncqualed for sprains, London, Ky., Oct. 25. A courier bruises and rheumatism. For sale by from Manchester Tuesday reports anR. E. McRobcrts. lm other of the Philpot faction killed Louisville "Weed: Parties who have in ambush in Clay county Monday, en taken a look at the Burley crop in route to Manchester to attend the feud trial. pronounce the Central Kentucky Circuit Judge Eversole, who left Sunquality very fine in Jessamine, "Woodford, Clark and Fayette counties, but day to open court in Clay county, the acreage is about the same as last reached Bengetown, 12 miles from year, and it is conservatively estima- Manchester, and learned of the critical condition of affairs. He decided to go ted the yield is about 25 per cent, less no He is still at Bengetown, further. than the '98 crop. In Garrard, Casey, but he has sent word to Manchester parts of Madison and Lincoln coun- he will be there some time this week. ties the crop is not good, being poor The town is full of feudists. It is be a very small yield. lieved Eversole will call state troops. in quality and of The past few days'have furnished a Farm Hand Charged With Murdur. good season to handle tobacco, and it MuNFoitDsviLi.E, Ky., Oct. 23. Dep- is reported that many farmers in the blue grass section, where the crop was ty Sheriff John E. Hubbard arrested early housed and cured, have com- and lodged in jail here George Davis, menced stripping their tobacco and who lived on the farm of Mrs. Shinn. preparing it for market. It would not who, with her grandson, was murdered Monday night. Blood was found on be a surprise to us to see a fair amount his clothing. lie claims that he got it of the new crop on the market in the there while possum hunting. next few days. None of the crop was other men who arc suspected areTwo be and but liitle of it was ing pursued. N 'ONE but a mother knows the riains. ancruish and dread that a woman endures before and during cHldbirth. And still nearly all this is unnecessary, Thefaithfuluseof Good AVutdie Absolutely Free. FOR SCROFULA. Only deep-seat- S. S. S. Js the Ky., Oct. 26. City :hJ Fred Roberts, formerly private secretary of Gov. Bradley, will be tried Wednesday on a charge of lunacy. Judge Roberts married Miss Lizzie Downey, of Frankfort, last week. He was appointed last month as city judge of Owensboro by Gov. Bradley, to filled the unexpired term of Judge C N. Pendleton, deceased. FltAXKFOUT, Jude At Liberty for an Hour. Ky., Oct 22. Ike Smith, of Lexington, a convict in the state penitentiary here, enjoyed a short pe riod of.freedom Friday night. He es caped over the walls of the institution at 7 o'clock and was captured" an hour later by Deputy Warden Punch. Smith is serving a sentence of ten years for robbery. Had Seventeen Children. Greexup, Ky., Oct. 25. Allen Smith There are dozens of remedies recommended for Scrofula, some of them no doubt being able to afford temporary relief, but S. S. S. is absolutely completely cures it. Remedy Equal to this tho only remedy which obstinate, Scrofula is one of tho most blood diseases, and is beyond the reach of the purifiers and tonics because somemany Obstinate Disease.' thing more than a mere tonic is required. S. S. S. is equal to any blood trouble, and never fails to cure Scrofula, because it goes down to the seat of the disease, thus permanently eliminating every trace of the taint. The serious consequences to which Scrofula surely leads should impress upon those afflicted with it the vital importance of wasting no time upon treatment which can not possibly effect a cure. In many cases where the wrong treatment has been relied upon, complicated glandular swellings have resulted, for which the doctors insist that a dangerous surgical operation is necessary. Mr. II. E. Thompson, of Milledgeville, Ga., writes : "A. bad case of Scrofula broke out on the glands of my neck, which had to be lanced and caused me much suffering. I was treated for a long while, but the physicians were unable to cure me, and my condition wns as bad as when I began their treatment. Many blood remedies were used , but without effect. Some one recommended S. S. S., and I began to improve as soon as I had taken a few bottles. Continuing tho remedy, 1 was soon cured permanently, and have never had a sign of the disease to return." Swift's Specific Ib the d promptly reach and cure obstinate, which blood diseases. By relying upon it, and not experimenting with the various tonics, etc., all sufferers from blood troubles can be promptly cured, jstend of enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely undermines constitution. 8. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, and never fails to Jie cure Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, Boils, Tetter, Pimples, Sores, Ulcers, etc. Insist upon S S S. ; nothing can take its place. Books on blood and skin diseases will be mailed free to any address by the Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. deep-seate- a bright clean, illin. rated atory and humorous paper for Ih j family clrc!;, 1C Iargd pages, only 75c a year; ou trial 1 month), lOe. We give a nlckle silver watch to each subscriber, a neat medWill ium size watch, guaranteed for one keep time for many years as accurately as a $100 watch And we give Gold Watches, Bicycles, etc. and particulars free. Send m your address t d.y if you do no more, we will surprise ;oi. Better enclose 5 stamps for tri.' subscription, or :H stamps for watch and pnp.r, while the wat ?'ieare going free. The j I'.iSl'l.U K Pub. Co.. Louisville, Ky. lj r. We want your nunio for PASTIME, Don't Suajr, The Cures all diseases without the use os medicine. A pure Oxygen treatment, by absorption. It cure where everything else fails It is needed in every family, for It will telieve every weakness or ailment, to the most persistent chronic disease, and without the use of a grain of medicine. Thousands of peopte all over the I'.iited States, from private citizens to Lawyers, Doctors, Preachers, Supreme Judges. Editors, etc., even Crowned Heads of Europe have given written testimonials of these facts. Book of testimonials, and matter of great interest "with price of instniments sent iree. Every family should havK an Klectropoise; It saves money, Induces health. Send your address at once acd fee what people say who have thoroughly tested its merits, ELECTKOPOI3E Ky. Co., .gent3 wanted. THE 31:5 1th S., Louisville lyr. died here Monday morning, aged 74. He was married over 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. Another Receiver Appolntod. FOR THE BLOOD S. S. S.can only remedy KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA- S- Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst of Pythias, meets every Friday night in Masonic hall. ed. All vis ! Washington, Oct.22. The controller of the currency Friday appointed James B. Ross, of Union City, Ind., receiver of the First national bank of NOTARY PUBLIC, Newport, Ky., to take the place of G. B. Wilshire, tho present receiver BRYANTS VI LVLE, KENTUCKY who resigned. J. .X. DUNN Lanl Saveryor FIRE ana LIFE INSDEME iting Knights are fraternally invit- Ed Bishop, S. HASEI.DEN, K.R.& S C. C. SPEHNGFIELD J. Louisville, Bankers'-associatio- The Meeting Is Postponed. Ky., Oct 23. The ex ant ApMfoi FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMFA.NY. . B. SWINEBROAD, ATTORNEY house-burnelield-burne- IB a safe, sure remedy is Foe ley's Kidney Cure. Guaranteed C. C. & J. E. or money refunded. Stormes. All fering from any kidney trouble ought to know that when suf-- Y yll that Killed by the Marshal. Munfordville, Ky., Oct. 25. Town Marshal Thomas, of Horse Cave, this Ky., Oct. 23. David xjooisville, Gates, internal revenue agent for the Kentucky district, has been transferred to the Atlanta district, where he will Col. Chenault to Wed. have charge of Alabama, Georgia and Richmond, Ky., Oct 22. Public an Florida, lie is succeeded by Agent W. nounceinent has been made of the W. Yates, of Pennsylvania. coming marriage of Col. John B. Che nault, late democratic candidate for Howlers' League Organized. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 25. At a meet- state auditor and vice president of the ing of local bowlers at Mellers Man- State bank here, and Miss Lida Bur hattan alleys Tuesday evening a gess, a prominent and wealthy society league organization was perfected, lady of Maysville, Ky. with J. Einmett Graves president. A Prompted by Jealousy. schedule will be prepared and play bePaducah, Ky., Oct 25. Murray Gil gun November 1. The league will ba bert, a well known musician, shot and composed of six clubs. killed Janie Hall, aged 25, and then Louisville O Ulcer st.ibbed While on Dnty. blew out his own brains while in a saLouisville, Ky., Oct. 25. Policeman loon here. Jealousy prompted the Gilbert is connected with William Lawlcr was picked up Tues- trajedj day morning on East Jefferson street, one of the best families in this sec suffering from stabs and blows. It tion. Brothers' Fatal Quarrel. is thought he tried to stop a row at Winchester, Ky., Oct 23. At Ford a colored dance. He is notexpected to Jerry Taylor and Joe Taylor, brothers. Hve. and colored, fought, and Joe was dis Ky., Oct 23. The elks emboweled by Jerry with a pocket Louisville, carnival and street fair ended Satur- knife. The wound is fatal. Jerry fled day night. The last day was Ken- and has not been apprehended. A dis' tucky day. Gov. Bradley and his staff pute over the proper way to raise were given a public reception. The children caused the trouble. attendance on the last day was 50,000. The profits are well over 520,000. county, shot and kiiled John Norris, whom he was trying to arrest, at the L. & N. depot at that place about 6 o'clock Tuesday evening. It is said that Norris had shot ataman in Green county, Kentucky, and was leaving the country. ecutive committee of the Kentucky has postponed in AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO definitely the annual meeting of the association, scheduled to begin at Lex JOHN T. JOHNSTON ington Monday, because of the death W.McC JOHNSTON, of President Sayre. Acc'dentally Killed Ills tompinion. JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Fulton, Ky., Oct. 25: Ben Koonce, aged 13, was accidentally shot by Jas per Cleave, dying from his wounds. Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, Cleave is prostrated. They were rab LANCASTER, KY bit hunting'. AT LAW EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. Options on Farms wanted. Money OF NEW YOIiZ. Robinson & Hamilton Office over Post Office. Igts loaned on Frst Class Real Estate. AGENT FOR x Lancaster, : : : Kentucky New York Life la's. Cc. UON C Used in Millions of Domes! Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. Best Coffee for the Money! Try LION COFFEE and you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. flantel Clock. 2c stamp. By express, prepaid, for 110 lion heads and a Alarm Clock. i Gold Collar Button. Mailed free for 5 lion head cut from Lion stamp. Made Coffee wrapper and a of rolled gold and with mother-of-peaduck; suttaoie aline tor laaies anageuue-men. This shape is nanay ana popular. Stands 5 inches beautifully finished with eilt. high. A beauty hi er 'i hi Daisy m was nil OKa. i i i Neck-Pi- n. Hard-Enam- el Genuine and Gold. For 18 Uon heads and stamp. The a s actual size. Illustration is only Color a delicate pink, with jewel setting and gold trimmings. Best enamel finish, stylish, and durable. STRENGTH, PURITY AND FLAVOR Stylish Belt-Buckle. Sent by express, prepaid, far 80 lion head and stamp, when ordering either clock. Eleitse name your nearest Express Office, if thera office located in your town. a Box of Colored Crayons. Handsomely Ladies Scissors. "The Lion's Bride." occasions by welcomed for ,,dressed-np- " the ladies who like to wear different goes well h colored sashes. The with any of them. Given for 20 lloa with Roman finish, and set with ruby colored jewel in the center. This will he For 10 Hon heads and a 2c stamp. Fine wax crayons, different fifteen colors, accompanied with outline pictures for withstrongpaper, to prevent coloring. Each cravon is wrapped Length, fire Inches, suitable for cutting, trimming and general household use. Qivcn for 12 Uoa head aad a 2c (tassp. heads and a stamp. Ladies' Apron. quality lawn, with alternate revering and tucks; broad hem at bottom, and is neatly gathered at waist: a very superior and stylish inches. aivenfor201ion heads aad a stamp. article. Size, 36X40 Made of good Child's Drawing Book. of nice outline A collection bound fiictures form with sheets of tissue paper leaves. On these tissue pages the Razor. We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR. BELL'S fpne-Tar-Honey Mailed free for 12 Hon heads cat from stamp. Lion Coffee wrappers and a An unusually fine picture, from the brush of the noted German artist, Gabriel Max. It is founded on Chamisso'sis poem, "The interesting, Lion's Bride." The story picture a handand we send with each copy of the poem some folder, containing and telling all about it. Size, 15x26 inches. the Fruit Picture. children can trace the pictures beneath, thns affording enjoyment, as well as instruction to the hand and eye. These drawing books and the box of crayons go very well together. There are six different kinds, and each drawing book requires 6 lloa head aad a stamp. stamp. Given for 35 Uoa heads aad a s razor, made of best A English steel, and extra hollow-groun- Rubber Dressing; Comb. For 10 Hon heads aad a staaxa. Length, 7 inches, full size and weight. Made of genuine India rubber, finely finished. Appropriate for a ladies' dressing-case or for use in the household. " Dorothy and Her Friends. A bright, cheery picture. For 8 lion heads and a 2c stamp. Naval Box Kite. ,v9T JQSBBHBBBsRl heads and a 50-Fo- See it Fly The celebrated box kite now so popular. 1 Game "India." Bimilar to "Parches!," which has been played in east-ecountries since before the dawn of history. The illustration shows plan of the game, with usual counters, dice Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science fo a PLEASANT, PERMANENT, POSITIVE CURE fqr coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. The sore, weary, cough-wor- n Lungs are exhilarated ; the microbe-bearfmucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. hg A bright, cheery picture, represent' Ing a little girl playing with her chickens and her rabbits. The predominating colors are rich reds and greens. 8ize, 14x28 Size, 16x24 inches. ot Given for 8 lloa stamp. Oivea for 15 lion beads and stamp. Clothes Line. a inchest" For 10 lion heads stamp we and will mall It tinned, read j for hanging. Made of closely braided cotton threads, strong, and will give the best of satisfaction. rjiiii be spread ta, fly. Every American boy wants one, persons also Thirty inches long and comes safely folded, but can quickly and older are inieresiea J flailed free for 40 Uon heads cut from stamp. Lioa Coffee wrappers and a acand dice-cup-s companying it. A rame which rjeonle never tire of playing. Glvea for 20 Uoa head aad a stamp. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS. BOTTLES ONLY. 25c 50c AND $1.00 SIZES. Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else, too. Don't overlook it ! You have bought a certain portion of some article to be selected by you from our new Premium Lists ! Trifi ABOVE ARB ONLY A FEW OP THE UON COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another list win shortly appear In this paper I Doa'tsalsslt! The grandest list of premium ever offered I You always know LION COFFEE by the wrapper. It is a aealed package, with the Uon' head in front. It is absotately pure if the package hi nabrakea. UON COFFEE is roaatadtheOay It leaves the factory. and never used any remedy equal to Dr. Bell's It gives quick and permanent relief in grip as well as couglu and colds. It makes weak lungs strong. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, Paducah, Ky. I AM 88 YEARS OLD, IMPORTANT NOTICE. 'When writing for premiums send your letter In the sasae envelope ar package with the lion heads. If more than 1 5 Uon head are Mat, yectcaa save postage by trimming down the margin. Ask your gi user far Urea illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the Be sure you get Dr. Bell's --MB X. X. STmZKLAID MEDICOS CO., PINE-TAR-HON- At McRoberts' Drug Store Lancaster. rentals tttk, lUaUh, Xj. WOOLSOM SPH3E CO., ToMfe, OMb. CENTRAL RECORD. Notice of Electlea Short Sad Storjr. FLATWOODS. Notice is hereby given that oh Tues A Cold. John Walker sold his crop of tobac day, November seventh, eighteen hun Neglect. SUPPLEMENT. from seven dred and ninety-ninco for $40: Pneumonia. clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m., Grief. Clouse sold Wm Coldiron five Jake The Blue Grass Nurseries offer 1899. Lancaster, Ky. continuously, an election will be held Had Foley's Honey and Tar been cattle for $90. everything for Orchard, Lawn and City of Lancaster, Kenused this story would have had a hap George Lea veil and Jim Carr. of col in and for the Garden Full stock of Fruit and pier ending. 25 and 50c. C. C. & J. or, sold their share of tobacco crop for tucky, by the qualified electors of said STONE. city, to determine whether said city Ornamental Trees, Grapes, Small E. Stormes. $150 each. shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, and There was a certain young man in Jake Clouse sold W H Furr 120 thousand dollars for the purpose of estabWALLACETON. this neighborhood who called to see shocks of corn and 135 shocks of fod furnishing said city with water, (fifty everything kept in such an his girl Sunday afternoon and was use of his stalk fire hydrants), for seven years. Said lishment. We employ no agents. der, a calf and the Mr. John Ballinger is able to be up field gone fourteen hours, when he returnDescriptive catalogue on applica' for $60. indebtness to be paid in seven equal tion to family were rising for again after a two weeks' confinement ed home the Nature can only feed the flame of annual installments. The amount with pneumonia. their days work. H. F. HILLENMEYER. life with the food eaten which is dinecessary to be raised an- Oscar Hiatt has returned from Illi gested. HERBINE will reinvigorate therefore Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Saunders and ually by taxation is two thousand Phone 279, Lexington, Ky. daughter Peachie Mae, visited nois, where he stayed just two months, little week stomache, and so improve di dollars. R. Kinnaird. Mayor, his brother Mr. John Sanders of 'seeking his fortune." gestion as to insure the natural bloom of city of Lancaster, Ky. Messers L L TTvatisville Sundav H. C. Kinnard sold to Mrs Susan of health: Price 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Att: W. H. Wherritt. Clk. Sanders and L. D. Mitchell attended Brannaman, a small lot, on which she Stormes lm THE preaching at Mt. Zion Jessamine Co. will erect a dwelling. ORGANIZED Mr W C McQarty, of Gosport, Ind., Miss Sallie Da Sunday afternoon Frank Taylor is erecting a dwelling is visiting his aunt, Mrs W H Furr NATIONAL BAKK vis of Pink, Jessamine, Co. was the on his lot adjoining the lot on which and family.... Levi Brock, of Lily, NATIONAL BANK. Land, last the Baptist church stands. guest of her sister Miss Truly, who has been visiting his nephew, OF LANCASTER. FT. wpplf Mr and Mrs Forest Curtis of Wallaceton is "expanding." George Elam and family, has return ( SURPLUS CAPITAL Kirksville, visited Miss George Ander Sheep sold at $5 per head last Sat ed home. . . Miss Ella Elam is visiting ( J2O.OOO.00 flOO,00.00 son last week. . . .Miss Myrtle Moberly urday at the sale of Mrs. E. J Wal her aunt, Mrs Rhoda Wyler, of near Capital, $50,000 has returned from a visit with relat- lace, dec'd. Other things brought Manse LANCASTER, KY, Miss Ella Spangler spent ives at Pleasant Hill.... John Wesley fair prices, and several of the largest Friday night and Saturday at W H Surplus Fund lO,0OJ Miss chills East is very sick with Mr Bob White, wife and purchasers paid cash down, in prefer Furr's Duskey East visited Miss Lizzie Hard-wic- k ence to waiting until Jan. 1st, with baby, of near Crab Orchard, spent BUSINESS SOLICITED. of Buckeye Saturday and Sun- out interest, which, by the way, does Sunday at her mother's. .Miss Woods, A. R.DNNT. President. day. . . .Mr and Mrs George "Will Sheer not indicate very hard times. 01 uear Danville, is visiting her cous tarefal and Prompt Attention GuaranteeJno. E. Stokmxs, Vice President. nf Mt,. Hebron visited the latters in, Miss busie .Parks, or .f oint .Leav Miss Kate Baker, accompanied by ell. S. C. Denny, Cashier. mother Mrs Moblie East Sunday. Mr. James A Wallace, our accommo M. HiaaiNBOTHAM Preslden X. F. Robinson. Jr.. R. T. Embrv. It Saved Her Life. dating and migratory bachelor "man Lkwib Y. Lkavkll Free. Ass't Casb'r. Caghtet Miss Mamie Smith, of Middlesboro, 3. F. Hudson of leisure," left on the 19th inst., for The latest county maps of Kentucky a two months' visit to relatives and Ky.. writes: V. O. Rihnxt AwUtant Cash'i and Tennessee will be furnished free My little sister had the Croup very J.D. Walker Bookkeepe , DIRECTORS on ap to the schools of Garrard-Co.Million Given Away. bad. I gave her several doses of FoSam I.D.Cochran Jas Spllman, plication of teacher or School Trustees It is certainly gratifying to the public ley's Honey and Tar and she was in DIRECTORS: A. C. Robinson. to R. E. McRoberts. Alex. R. Denny. to know of one concern in the land stantly releived. It saved her life, I.M.HISGINBOTHAM, IiKWM T LlAVBM.. . T. M.ABHOLD who are not afraid to be generous to 9. JOHNSON. W. R. Cook. L. Davidson. C & J. E. Stormes. lm B.F.Hdmos. the needy and suffering. The propri ?.C. Arnold. Jb. MT. HEBRON. Jno. K Stormes. VLBX.GlBBB. J.J.WALXBK etors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Real Instate Bought and Sold Jacob V. Robinson. Rev. Pike, of Brodhead, will preach Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have am in a position to advertise prop I given away over ten mijlion trial hot erty and to get fair at Hebron, Sunday. prices for it ties of this great medicine: and have Please consult me if you have any to Born, to the wife of H F Edgington the satisfaction of knowing it has dispose of, or if you desire to purchase a bouncing baby boy. cured thousands of hopeless cases, Apple gathering and wheat sowing Asthma, Bronchitis Hoarsness and all The Graded School and an era of general prosperity, witli a prospect for is about over in this section. disease of the Throat, Chest and Lungs water-worand another railroad bought 20 barrels of corn are sure cured by it. Call on R. E W. D Scott To wagons we sell 82 per bar McRoberts Druggist, and get a free have caused a number to seek homes from F. W Montgomery at in our city, and the value of property good Lump Coal 10c rel. trial bottle. Regular size 50. e and $1 has been enhanced. Although seven Mr. E D Lawson bought the farm Every bottle guaranteed or price re teen residences have gone up, this bushel our yards for the of Isaac Montgomery, dec'd., price funded. year, there is not a vacant house in $1,000. the city, and even building lots will present. n Missouri soon Louis Walker, the republican can friends in be in demand. Until it is settled didate for representative was in this They stopped off one day "sight see that the new railroad will be built, I We bare also a full line all other coals In cludiDg two grades of eannel. three sizes of An ing" in St. Louis, on their trip, community last week. offer the following property at the thracite. Woolridge, Jellico. Paint Rock, Bry The only child of Mr. and Mrs Geo, very low prices: Miss Una Montgomery celebrated her 21st anniversary Sunday, by en Love, of Lebanon, was buried in our No. 1. A handsome residence, of 10 ant Bros. Fire Creek, Smithing, and Hay, tprtainincr a number of her friends cemetery here on the 20th. Mrs. Love rooms, with two cisterns and all nec Corn, Oats, Cow Feed. Salt, Lime. Cement and relatives, a nice dinner was serv (formerly Miss Lulie Baker), was for essary beautifully loca Patent Plaat- r. Sand and Manufacturedjlce. best ted on Danville avenue. There are DANVILLE ICE fc COAL CO. ed, and every one present seemed to merly one of Wallaceton's stirls, and still has a host of friends fifteen acres of land attached, with a W. 8. GLORE. Mgr. enjoy the day to the utmost. Yard. C. S. Depot, Telephone 21. Town of Mr. S R Scott spent last week with who deeply sympathize with her in front of 690 feet, thus furnishing building lots, which can be sold at flee and Factory, 3d St.. Telephone 151. his father. W. D Scott. . . .Mr Shelton her great grief. Rotary Motion and Mr. Thos. W. Soper, one of the clev good prices. The property is owned Teater, wife and little son Kyle, Bohon, spent Sunday with relatives erest clerks that ever stood behind the by Mrs. H. C. Kauffman and can be Mr Wm. Edward and son counter in any store, has been laid up bought at the low price of $5,000. here No. 2. A valuable brick residence of Harrodsburg, spent the for two weeks with erysipelas, but is Garrett, latter part of last week with relatives now able to hobble out to the store of eight rooms, on Lexington avenue, Mrs. Lucy Preston, who has again with the aid of a cane. Tom This is one of the best houses in the . here been very ill for several weeks is able says 'If he has had a fair sample of city and is well located, in a quiet Mr. David Mont- each, he will take boils every time in neighborhood. There is an abundance to be out again of fruit and water, ornamental and Representina: Followine Compaiiies gomery .and wife have moved near preference to erysipelas. Quite a number of the Lock No. 8 We are informed that Rev. Hen shade trees, a fertile garden and eve Aetna, indorsers of Goebel from this vicinity drickson, pastor of the Baptist church rything necessary to make it highly Quati, attended the speaking of the great or- here, has again tendered his resigna attractive and desirable. There are Palatine, four acres of land attached, furnish ator, Wm. J. Bryan, at Harrodsburg, tion this time on account of National, the 17th, and all feel much wiser, your health. He offered his resignation ing three good building lots. I wi E.W.- apiit, Lancaster. sell this property at a reasonable price Hartford, correspondent being one of the num early last summer, but it was not ber. he has continued to preach or trade it for a farm. IMeware, No. 3. A new frame house, on Camb- On last Wednesday at one o'clock, up to the present. Milwaukee, bell street, with 8 rooms and necesi Forbes and Miss LenaDinis Mr. J. W. "I wish to express my thanks to the ry outbuildings, i'onneticut, with a lot fronting were united in the happy fondsof manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic Continental, wedlock at the brides home. The Cholera acd Diarrhoea Remedy, for 300 feet one way and 150 another. The Glens Falls, ceremony was said by Rev. G. W. having put on the market such a won house is about 5 years old, and it cost German American, Thompson. Miss Mattie Onstott was derful medicine," says VV. W. Massin more money than the entire premises brides-maiand Mr. George Hardrick gill, of Beaumont, Texas. There are will cost now. It is in a populous and Piienix of Brooklyn, was best man. They drove to McCreary many thousands of mothers whose business portion of the city, and a liv New York Underwriters, Thursday and returned Friday to the children have been saved from attacks ing could be made on the premises, in Liverpool & London &fHbe. some branch of merchantile business, groom's sister, Mrs. John Jackson of dysentery and cholera infantum I will show the above property to North British & Mercnaatile where an elegant dinner was given who must also feel thankful. It is for them. The bride is a beautiful young sale by R E McRoberts Druggist, lm any one desiring to purchase. I will Aetna Life Ins. Co.of Hartforfl.Co handle farms on reasonable terms. N girl who is loved by all who knew her. Our town was well (?) liberally rep M. D. Hughes, SALE & FEED STABLE The groom is a handsome young man resented at the Bryan show at Rich sale no pay. THE BEST OF THMM ALL 1 1 of Jessamine, County. They left Sat- mond, on the 17th, and from all ac B. S. Mattingly, of Lebanon, sold to urday for Keen, Ky., where they will counts took their full part in the s'illi LANCASTER, KY. "reside In the future. We extend our est part of the performance. But' the parties in New "Orleans, last week 46 many congratulations. most enthusiastic expression we have head of extra fine sugar mules. The $140 each. The nDNTHLYJIACiAZlNE We make special Attention o heard from any of them was simply Drice naid was about 16 hands linch and weigl. For Hog Killing. had him right in "my arms! mules were this: "I our Benee &" Miller have constructed Oh, what rapturous bliss! But we ed 1,250. eon late novel In every num. Contains SALE STABLE. s For all fresh cuts or wounds, in either I... In n 4 slaughter pens and are pre like many another unfortunate pedaa large quantity or useiui and entertaining reading matter. cro&rue. were obliged to miss the one subject or in animals, as pared to kill and dress your hogs or chance of our life, and remain with the human Xm 6MMimm4 mt&rtem. rhteH mre dressing, BALLARD'S SNOW LIN cattle at reasonable figures. The pens our labors in the school-roono rmuderm. WmHmmN IMENT is un excelled; while for sores It should be In every household. Subare located at end of Totten avenue sale. S3.00 The Banner Pile Care. on working horses, especially if slow scription, wantedper year. town, to whom hand for and are in every particular, Agent in every your meat killed where it can be Is Banner Salve. It gives immed to heal, or suppurating, its healing the most liberal lnducementa will be offered. Have properly handled and by expert hands, late" relief and will soon effect a cure, qualities are unequaled. Price, 25 cts J. B. LOTXVCOTT COUP ANT, Publlsaew, PHILADELPHIA. and 50cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm 25 c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. A REE S! TREES! e, 'MENS I 10--- abso-lutl- fmb rami. will at at Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. MUM north-wester- R. KINNAIRD, Ball Bearings- INSURANCE imi Burton s d jk I 1 first-clas- I W. B. BURTON SPECIAL SALE OF o Hi v H en c . T flH rlffiWI H r J warn 9 &tz& QHesWa SEiikJ?llBI iJLeJ sliea sJr J2L dlivi&i aC3L JftW . Jk lT 6c CO. Danvilis