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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER Nice town lots for sale. Currey. Ladies, see the lovely Collaretes 2, 1899. Cloaks in latest styles at Josephs'X Joseph Cloths. leads them all ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE LANCASTER Barrel salt at Gaines'. Superb line of Ladies' Cloth sephs'. Tfevv at Jo- AJ5J Lovely Plaids at Joseph's; & See our Honest Mike boot. Logan Robinson. Dress Goods & Co. goods coming in at It. L. Paint Lick. Jbn-nino- s Examine our and save money. .J. Joseph. New stock note and, letter heads estate. tf. just received at The Record office. Farmers How do you expect any enterprises Bring on your old iron and get the unless you have to locate in Lancaster advance. H. B. Northcott. ? $1,800 to loan on good real Apply at this office. water-works- are quite active in the The Baptist Parsonage is nearing "Agents" old floats are completion. It is quite an addition present election and the to the church and will save consider- in clover. able money in rents. Spectacles Lost. Between Dr. Herring's and PresbyYou can buy a buggy, Surrey, road terian church. Return to Recoud wagon or harness low down. Do not office and receive reward. over through the want to hold them W. J. Romans. winter. The L. & If. has put in a number of fine culverts near town and otherwise Dr. Goldstein, the optician will be repaired its track. Much work is beat the hotel Gilcher, Danville, Ky., ing done all along the Rowland branch. Saturday, Xov. 4, and at the St. Conclusion of Series. Asaph hotel Stanford, Ky., Monday, "Sow 6th. Rev. Massee will conclude his series of sermons on"BuildingaIIouse" next Holt on Frank to Preach. Sunday morning and evening. The Eld. Holton Frank will preach in public is cordially invited to attend the Lancaster Christian church Sun- the services. day week, the 12th. He is a son of the lamented Joseph C. Frank, who Smitt & Currey, Agents for Dandid more for the cause of temperance ville Steam laundry. Work shipped than any man who ever lived in Lan- and received daily. Shirt waists a specialty. Office at T. Currcys gr.cery caster. tf. store. No Smallpox Here. telegrams Hospital and Sanltarlam. penny-a-lin- e The little published by some daily papers staDr. J. B. Kinnaird has bought the ting that there is smallpox in this Bookout property (brick part of the county are wholly without foundation old Peacock house) on Danville street, and arc not calculated to o the mer- and will erect a large hospital and chants of Garrard much good. There sanitariam thereon. In the front he have been no cases near Garrard, and will have a suite of rooms for offices. if there had been, the authorities It will be heated by steam, lighted by would have made quick action to electricity and have a complete sysstamp it out. If there is ever any tem of hot and cold water pipes As it is too late in the cause for alarm, the people will cer- throughout. tainly be notified in ample time. The season, no work will be commenced daily papers' "specials" are about as until eaily next spring. rotten as the average election report. IS' v Telephone Office. Mr. Bastin has purchased of Dr. Kinnaird his office building on Stanford street and will fit up the entire ground floor for the telephone exchange. The exchange is now in the secAs ond story, and is badly cramped. a new and much larger switch board will be put in, it is necessary to seek larger quarters. The rooms will be handsomely painted and papered, carpeted and everything done to make one of the neatest and most complete offices in the state. Blcser machinery. Mr. Patterson, the hustling manager of the electric light plant, tells TnE Recoud that so many new lights nave been put in that the present dynamos have about as much as they can supply. Tne company is now negotiating for machiney of twice the capacity of the present plant, and it is the intention to put in same in a very short time. The plant is one of the greatest luxuries the town has ever had, and the people now wonder how they ever did without it. It will be the same way with water works. jgnggjiOiiDllgl 1 We Are A m S3 COMMERCIAL NATION Everybody accuses us of it, so it must be true. We are pushing and striving every day of every year to get further ahead in business than we Getting ahead in business were the'day before. means offering somthing better than anybody else effers, or producing somthing for a lower price. This renders conditions of life better for us ail. It makes our dollars bigger and our standard of living higher. Nor does it follow that a small price makes a thing cheap. The cheapest is that which gives the greatest service for the money paid. Our most energetic efforts direct that everything we sell must be such that the results will be satisfactory to our customers Our immense stock of Fall and Winter Merchandise was bought- - before the advance, so wTe are "prepared to offer you real bargains in every department. The crowds that throng our store every day seem to appreciate our stock and prices. Kind reader, if you have not yet seen our stock and prices you should do so at once, and you will be convinced that our store is the place to make your fall and winter purchases. i Go to Logan & Robinson for heavy Josephs'. boots and shoes. Sec one of our top coats at '.50. am standing a nice Jersey Bull at I Several good second hand buggies LOOAN & IvOKINrON. R. L. Elkin. m25tf 8L00 cash. Elder Chas. E Powell is holding a and surreys cheap. MJ. Romans. We handle the celebrated Buell meeting at Perryville, and his pulpit trees for sale. 100 fine maple shad Looan & Uoiuxsox. Ask some of those talking against Bootee. here will be filled Sunday by Elder JKL TnoairsoN. Plant now. water-work- s to show you a Mills. Sec those beautiful plaid skirts and New stock of Waist Pin! Sets, 5c to Boys, just come and see our new 30c buys 1 quart large, fresh Balti- black crepons at Jennings & Co. $1.50 per set of 3. J.C.1X0MPS0N' high top shoes, our new over coats and more oysters Saturday at Blue Grass Paint Lick. I will take orders for the Ladies' our pretty neck wear, Jennings &Co Grocer v. How many big ilres could have been Home Journal, from both old and new Paint Lick. averted if ;ve had had even one good Don't you think disease can be kept- stream to subscribers. Mrs. Dollie Brown. 2t throw upon it? Take "Warning! down by having a system of water All indebted in anyway to myself or works that will furnish pure water? Don't you think our property will For Sale. increase in volume as soon as we give J. G. Sweeney, must call and settle or 21 nice 8.7J to !i00 lb steers and IS Come and set a Tailor made suit at nice 750 lb steers. the owner some protection from tire, I will place same in hands of an officer Apply to T. J". for collection. J. W. Sweeney. ready-mad- e prices. Pcrfeeftsatisfae- - Johnston or Sons. and reduce the insurance rate? tion guaranteed. J. C. IIuftrfULL. There will be preaching at the Don't you think 'the Hotel, Opera What is the money value of the Methodist church Sunday at 11 a. m. House, Owsley Block, the pretty Farm Wanted. properly destroyed by lire in Lancasby the pastor L. Robinson. He goes building The Record is located in, agent, I will trade desirable ter? inquire into it before casting As to Bryantsvule at night. All invited and many others are entitled to some town property for a farm. M. D. your vote. protection from fire? to the morning service. Hughes. . Graded School Tax. Dutch Bulbs, Plants and Ferns A Bis Bcvival. The 1S:)D tax is past due. Please call O. C. neberling, the florist on York The revival meeting conducted by and settle and save being asked for it. All kinds of metal, brass, zinc, cop pri- Eld. Geo. Gowen, at Pleasant Grove, a per, lead, old ledgers, rubber shoes, street has ca-- efuli line at reasonable ces. Will for your plants through is being attended by very large crowds. The penalty will certainly be added to hides, pelts, tallow, beeswax, ginseng, all unpaid taxes. About fifteen have joined the church Will pay extreme the winter. and yellowroot. E. W. IIauuis, Collector. tf. people, are those who can and intense interest awakened. Successful market price for all kinds produce. see and seize opportunity. Here you My samples for Fall and Winter are H. B. Nokthcott. UIX'n In Danville. are : 5c buys 5 bars youkon soap, 5c now all in and I am better prepared Our people should bear in mind that The New Woman. buys 4 bars tommy soap, S)c buys 4 bars than ever before to make you a suit or "The New Woman." Dixon's great lilax soap, this week and all of next Rev. Thomas Dixon will give his cel overcoat from 810.00 to, 840.00. SatisNew Woman", ebrated lecture, "The lecture, "Ehe New Woman," is really at Blue Grass Grocery. faction in everyway given you. Call at the Danville Opera House, Nov. and see me. a plea for the old woman eloquent J. C. Hemi-hill- . 0th, next Thursday. Don't forget the and logical, with flashes of wit. It Colored People All Bight. Special Kates to Va., will be delivered at the opera house in The colored people are almost unan- date and miss the opportunity of hear On account of the meeting of the Danville Friday night, November 9th. imously in favor of water-workThey ing him. Write Harry Giovannoli re cents; gen- realize the fact that the advance in garding sen p;. Reserved seats, seventy-fiv- e Daughters of the Confederacy at Richeral admission, fifty cents. For seats tax rate is nothing to compare with mond. Va., the Cheapeal:e and Ohio Good I'lacc to Stop. Railway will sell round trip tickets to address H. Giovannoli, Mgr., Danville, the advantages to be derived by havWhen in Cincinnati, if 3ou want ex that place on November 5th. and (ith, cash with order. ing plenty of clean water for all purposes, and the further fact that the cellent fare at reasonable prices, stop at one fare for the round trip, limited Interest Increases. putting in of the plant will furnish a at the Palace Hotel. They give you to November 14th. For sleeping car Dr. McKee was so much encouraged vast amount of work to those who a good room and plenty to eat, instead accommodations, write or apply to G. by the increased attendance and i n- want to work. To the laboring man of all style and no fare. It's head- W. Barney, Div. Pass. Agent, Lexingterest in his meeting that he continu the latter means much. quarters for Kentuckians, and you ton, Ky. ed through this week. The way the know this would not bj the case un ttinjr Along Nice y. members are awakening to their duty less a bountiful table was spread. A Great Success is the source of much gratification to Another meeting of the ladies McICee's plan of changing the Dr. was held Monday and it was the minister and the officers. The hours of Sunday School and preaching Gov. uM Pcy t' Spsuti Ilsro. afternoon services are largely attend- has proven a decided success. Last Arrangements have been completed found they were making good headway getting the money to have the ed and these are the ones where the Sunday the congregation was on hand for a speaking tour of Gov. Bradl.-church member derives the most ben- promptly at 10 o'clock and nearly all over the state 'n a special train. He Cemetery gates put up. A number of have sent in checks for efit. the scholars. After preaching, most will address the citizens at many :.nd reacli Lancas- thirty or forty dollars, and a great all the grown folks remained to the prominoiit miction Officers. many have given from live to ten. The The commissioners appointed under Sunday School. The plan will doubt- ter at fouro'clock FtiVny evening. He vill remain here for one hour and go ladies have a litt e over half the rethe new election law met Saturday less be adopted permanently. to Richmond, where he will speak quired amount and are going to conand announced the officers to serve at ITIr. Yerkes a Candidate. that night. Preparations are being tinue their good work. Trose doing the ensuing election. One appointee A friend telephoned to us from Dan- made to give the Garrard man a rous- the work are entitled to great praise, refusing to serve some time since, as the task is a large one. A few have Mr. J. W. Flowers was appointed, ville yesterday that the Hon. John W. ing reception at his old home, and an making the board consist of T. B.Rob- Yerkes would be a candidate for U. S. effort will be made by tin local cam refused to contribute, but as close listed people never die, we see wherein inson, J. W. Flowers, demociats, and Senator. Our people are too familiar paign managers to have him come to 'Squire W. T. Pherigo, republican. with his sterling qualities for us to the Public Square, where the crowd they should hold to their com. The republicans are pretty wroth over say anything in his praise. Everybody can give him a much better hearing More local on page 2. democrat.and republican, admires him, than at the depot. some of the selections. and if he is sent to the Senate our Pr. tty Warm. state will have great reason to be Conservative men say the result of proud of her representative. the election in this county is very Killing tho Wheat. doubtful, and it is really hard to foreWe have information .from two relishadow the outcome. Both sides are claiming a majority and every "work- able farmers that the wheat is being er" is in the field doing what he can killed by a small white worm working for his respective candidates. Judg- under surface of the ground, eating and ing from the maneuvers, the "agents" killing the plant. They operate simiare pretty well heeled with the coin, lar to the army worm, except they as some of them are riding night and kill the wheat in spots of one or two day. The old floats seem as happy as acres and then move to another part larks and are in clover. So far there of the field and unless cold weather has been no trouble among the rival prevents will destroy many acres of workers, and there is not much prob the growing wheat. ability of any next week. This HI nth, Not Next. A Friend In N. ed. In our last, we stated that the OpeThe above mentioned article is a ra House, would be opened in Decemgood thing to have about the house. ber, but the opening will take place In printing the town ballots this week on the 22nd of November. On tha't "devil" got to dreaming night Porter J. White and a superb the love-sic- k of his girl and printed several hundred company will present Faust. It was t. s. Vm com-mitt. at Blankets, sephs'. . Blankets, Blankets at Jo nandsomc Cloaks at Josephs HASELDEH (Patented Feb. FILTER. wanted uar loau lioncs annvron R. A. Stoxk onjlroad 2S, lS'JO.) Water g& Wmm' mm 2 itarosEy SJLSJULS. 6aouoo Perfect ia uVe-r- j 13 EVERY DETAIL Si?:':iratc- water Id illUTeu. Wu-e- r tnsh froi:i the vrnter before tho through solve, filters irom li'ins iuI.mmI with Nlteriug li'uterinl. Hint nest-t- le.tves. trash etc.. canIt la enter littcrhis muterinl. not cmukIi in the bottom of filter before water 13 tiltere. t hen screw cnjn removed. Itallow Alter to dry out thoroughly. There is no chnev for btiRj or uny kind ol in?cot-- . to accumulate n it does iu other liiter.s from damn-es- s. npv.-:ir- l J. R. EASELDJUIN, Lancaster, Ky Bcazlcy & Bangliman, Funeral Directors. Arterial ansl Cavity Embalming A Specialty. Full Line of . . . Furniture- and Carpets.. - Jno.T.Hays. J.I.5U2ISI.tn. J.K.Kobin-son Hays, Hainiltoi & SaMiisoii, Attorneys ami Counselors at Law LANCASTER, KY. HEAD QUAE CLOTH i m i i wrong. As ballot paper is of special quality, we were in what seemed to be a helpless fix, as 'twas too late to order from city. We took our troubles to Harry Giovannoli, of the Danville Ad vocate, and he at once wept .with us. Soon realizing that tears would not keep tally of the vote, he made search of the Advocate office and found they had enough ballot paper left from their order to complete our job. Eyes were dried at both ends of the telephone line, the paper was dispatched and the job completed. We are now wondering how to repay Harry, and our "devil" is thinking- of what "might have bcen",as he eats his meals - by accident that Manager Fissinger secured this company, and it will be a treat that few small towns will se cure. On JSov. 24, tne celebrated Richards & Pringle's and "Rusco & Holland's Big Minstrel Festival will hold the boards. The latter company travels in two special cars and has 52 people and two brass bands. The Opera House will be near enough completed by that time that the shows can be given, and they must come then, as the dates are the only ones can be secured. Further notice will given in next issue of The Recodd. -- Hats & Furnishing: Goods. Merchant Tailoring a Specialty. If you want a Nice, Nobby Fitting Suit leave your measure with XJS. Fit and workmanship Guaranteed. standing. The Ball Road. Engineer Respess was here Monday and Tuesday. His entire corps has been ordered to Knoxville to run a line for the Southern. While here he s of ran a line which cut a mile in one place and another which will probably reduce the distance one mile. The entire corps, from chief to three-quarter- " Look Before Yon Leap. The citizens of Lancaster should not Logan Dry Goods Comp'ny J axmen, provedthemselves to be perfect gentlemen while in our midst, and they leave behind them a number of warm personal friends whet wish them all luck and joy in their journeys over the country.. The Commercial Club appointed Mr. Edwd. H. Walker as their arbitrator and he is now confering with the land owners along the route. A more con d business, man servative, could not have been found, and the Club Is to be congratulated upon the From present prospects, selection. we will know( in a few days just what tne rignt oi way is going w cost, ana what each man is to be paid. There is only one, possibly two, men who refuses to leave the matterto a commit tee to decide the value, of the land. level-heade- allow themselves to become so absorb ed in the state race as to overlook the importance of casting a wise ballot in the race for City Councilmen. This is of far more importance to you than state races. This is a broad assertion, but remember that the men selected here at home are to have charge of matters closer to you than those who rule the roost at Frankfort. We pub lish the official ballot in this issue; and you should study the merrcareful- ly, and make up your mind who will handle your taxes and interests in the most careful and painstaking manner. We want no men who will go off halfcocked, neither do we want those who will not go off at all. We want wheel Worses who will study the needs of the town and. look to her interest with as watchful an eye as tho' they were his individual interests. The making of a town rests almost wholly with a hustling Council. Lan caster is now on the high road to be come the leading city in this, section, and. if we are careful in who we put at the bead of her affairs we will soon rank second to no town in Kentucky. wide-awak- e, We can show you in our Merchant Tailoring Department some 1,200 STLIHJS to select from , IRE TIE L IT. Logan & Robinson. Come to see rne Monday and will James Jones sold toR A Prather a Wheat Is looking well. show you some special bargains in L R Rice, of Richmond, is visiting cow and calf for $35. BVXBT WSEC BY We had a fine rain Saturday. suits and overcoats. All wool at bot his brother. Guy Rice. George Jones sold his crop of 100 tom figures. Satisfaction or no trade. R. N Beazley, our tobacco man, has LOUIS LA.NDRA.X. Publisher. Farmers are gathering their corn. bushels of hemp seed for $2. per bush Ready-mad- e measure. Sev- bought several crops of tobacco in or made-tLANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Richard Robinson lost a nice calf el to a Lancaster man. en dollars, up. the neighborhood. Saturday. Dr. D. L. Prewitt rented his farm M. D. Hughes, Agent. Mrs. Emma Whitlack, who lives $1JX) R. Robinson sold a nice cow to J C at this place to his sons, Willie aad ( OKI YAB, IK ADVAHCI .50 " MONTHS. 8lX TERMS near Silver Creek, and has been sick Fox, for 3c. For Hoe Killing. Hetry for the year 1900. .25 I Thbbb Benge & Miller have constructed for several weeks died on the 29th. John Cress is improving from the Mr Tom Palmer has bought about L. R Wearen and Miss Lucy s slaughter pens and are pre effects of his broken leg. all the tobacco in this section at priTHURSDAY, November 2, 1890 pared to kill and dress your hogs or of Madison, drove to Richmond W. Mc Hutehins sold two steers and ces ranging from 5 to 10c per lb. cattle at reasonable figures. The pens last week and were married by 'Squire three heifers for $109.40. Mr. Sid Warmoth is opening the are located at end of Totten avenue Turpin. Mrs. Bettie Rigsby, who has typhoid new road from Spoonville to Freedo m every particular. in and are Thousands of men and women suf- fever is doing well and other points which will add to the at this time. Have your meat killed where it can be fer from piles, especially women with Hugh Sargeant has bought of Hen travel more comfortable than they properly handled and by expert hands. female weakness have this suffering have had for years. to contend with in addition to their ry Newland his farm here for $2,400. Com 3 every onevwho is in debt to G John Stigall is confined to his bed For burns, cuts, bruises, laceration?, other pains. TABLER'S BUCKEYE BALA PalBt Lick Enterprise. S. Gaines and closesup old accounts. PILE OINTMENT will quickly effect with something like dropsy, and is or injuries of any description, a sovLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is He is in earnest and means business. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by a cure. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes doing very well. remedy. It never to do Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting 75 cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm J C Siler and Adam Pence has ship ereignand so promptly thatfailswonder Hemp Seed. Wanted. good, its with ready sale every where. Persons There was a good crowd to hear L. ped four loads of nice cattle to Indi ful curative properties frequently We want 250 bushels well cleaned who have used it say it's a marked ana this fall for which they paid 4 to create surprise. Price 25 and 50 cts cultivated late importation hemp seed success and a sure cure for Fistula, L. Walker lust Saturday, also a good 4ic. C. C & I E Stormes: & Son. Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge- crowd went to Wallaceton that night. H. A. H. Marksbury lm Judge Chenault and Mr. Jackson, of Thompson & Brown bought at Lan Mr. H. B. Ray is not expected to ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on Richmond, were at Wallaceton to an- caster 53 nice steers for $22.50 per Fire! Fire!! Fire!!! guarantee, and moneyre- - swer live but a short while as he is sufferWalker, but he got away with head, also 14 from J. H. Rigsby for Build your fires with Coal bought of a written ing from a complication of diseases "W. B. Moss & Co. is the best, f unded if not as represented. For sale them both in his speech. It takes a $24 per head. It either one of which is sufficient to good man to beat my friend Walker. on by R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. makes the hottest fires, weighed Married, at the home of Mr. Hiatt wear out an iron man. He will be Fairbanks Standard Scales. Good Free Camera. Stigall, last Wednesday night, Mr. Eb greatly missed in his community he coal, good weight, why not buy from August Flower. Kennedy and Miss Allie Stigall, and being a good neighbor, a kind husA free Camera will be given to each us? boy who buys a suit from the Stanley "It is a surprising fact," says Prof. Mr John Hunter and Miss Helen Stig band and father, always at his home The biggest line of mens, womens Tailoring Company, and they will Houton, "that in my travels in all parts all. May haDniness crewn th'eir Dath- - at the proper time for a good man to and childrens underwear ever brought save money, where breast measure is of the world, for the last the years, I way through life, and may the boys de at home. M. D. Hughes. Ag't. have met more people, having used prove themselves worthy of the beau to Paint Lick, in union suits and under 35. If you have sore throat, soreness Green's August Flower than any other tiful girls. seperate pieces. Ladies fleeced vests across the back or side, or your lungs Keep Quiet deranged liver A friend in need is a friend indeed. remedy, for dyspepsia, and pants at 15c up. Mens at 25c up feel sore or tender, or you are threatI That is exactly what Chamberlain's ened with diphtheria or pneumonia, Come and see. R. L. Jennings & Co. and use Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and stomach, and for constipation. and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of find for tourists and salesmen, or for Cough Remedy is. Paint Lick. Itis'the mother's apply BALLARD'S SNOW LINI the stomach and all unnatural loose- persons filling office positions, where help when she is suddenly awakened Good Speech aad Big Crowd. ness of the bowels. It always cures. headaches and general bad feelings in the night by the ominous husky MENT externallly, and use COUS- Judge T. Z. Morrow was greeted by For sale by R. E. McRoberts. lyr from irregular habits exist, that cough, and labored breathing, of her SEN'S HONEY OF TAR. C C & J E Stormes. lm a big crowd at the Court House Mon Green's August Flower is a grand babe. It is the safe resort of the youth Mrs. Susan Harris, of Stanford, and day afternoon, and his speech was BRYANTSVILLE. remedy. It does not injure the sys- or adult when he has "caught cold" highly complimented. The judge has tem by frequent use, and is excellent and there is coughing and irritation Mrs. Etta Waller, of Louisville, were a big lot of friends in Garrard, who The protracted meeting is still in for sour stomachs and indigestion." of the mucous membrance of the visiting II B Ray this week but took progress at Pleasant Grove, and much Mr W G their departue Sunday are always glaa to hear him. Samnle bottles free at J E Stormes' interest is manifested, having had ve- Drug Store. Sold by dealers in all throat. It allays the irritation and Jones and wife, of Bbukeye, were vis cures the cold. For sale by R. E. Mc Slow to Take Hold of 'Em. ry large attendance at all the meet civilized countries. iting relatives and friends in sec Roberts, druggist. lm tion Sunday. . . .Mr. Thomas. this The ladies in this section are slow to ings, and ten additions up to Monday Hender take to the rainy day skirts, which are night. We would be pleased to see Mrs. W H Cummins and Mr. and son, of Kirksville, was visiting at Mr. MARKSBURY. the most sensible garments Dame many more out. Mrs. Menifee Elmore have been visit- H. B. Ray Sunday. Nick Perkins sold to C A Robinson ing Wm. Tudor, at Manse Fashion has ever adopted. They are Mr. C. A. H. Thuaness, Mrg. Wills Creek decidedly more convenient than the Coal Co,, Buffalo, Ohio, writes: Don't Bisk Your Life. six hogs at 3c per lb. B. King, who is attending school at clumsy trailing skirt which drags up Many of your friends, or people lhave been affected with Kidney Cyrus Daly sold to C A Robinson 16 London, is at home for a few days.. all the mud on the street. Miss Kate Payne has been visiting whom you know of have contracted and Bladder trouble for years, passing hogs at 8ic por pound. J L Ander- consumption, pneumonia or other gravel or stones, accompanied by exCorn is selling in this community at relatives at Rowland Another Snooting on Battle. son and wife was visiting at Crab Or- fatal diseases by neglect of a simple George Ray shot another negro, cruciating pains. Other medicines $1.75 and $2 per barrel at the heap. cold or cough. Foley's Honey and After Rev. B A Copass, of Danville, de chard, Sunday. named Geo. Aldridge, on Battle Row, only gave temporary releif. Tar, a Safe cure and pleasant cough taking Foley's Kidney Cure, the re livered an excellent sermon Monday. The ball made a glancing The Appetite of a Goat. at the medicine, would have saved them. It A few doses wound and is not serious. We asked sult was surprising. Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose is guaranteed. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Fork church, Sunday Oct. 29th. a "citizen" of that famous resort started the brick dust, little fine Stomac and liver are out of orber. All Mr. Frank Parks sold his personal about the trouble and he said "Ub- - stones, etc. and now I have no pain property at public sale Saturday af such should know that Dr. King's New HAMMACK. body knows nothing about it," and across my Kidneys and feel like a new ternoon. Horses sold from $18 to $60; Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and man. Foley's Kidney Cure has done we suppose they never will. Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appe Born to the wife of Arthur Ball a me $1000 worth of good. C. C. & J. E. other stock and household furniture tite, sound digestion and a regular girl, maggie Bell. "We" Break Into a Daily's Columns. Stormes. lm sold reasonably well. bodily habit berfect health and Some weeks ago, editor R. W, will not be a surprise to any who great energy. that 25 It Born to the wife of A. J. Hammack, Miss Hendren, of Nicholasville, is Only cents at any Dru qualBrown, of the Louisville Times, wrote the guest of Mrs. Eliza Ballard are at all familar with the good a girl baby, Fannie. Store. us to know why we entered journal Miss Lucy and Joe Francis, of Point ities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, Squire Parsons sold three calves to ism. Thinking he wanted the article Leavell, visited Miss Bessie Patton, to know that people everywhere take J. C. Napier for $37.50. SWEENEY. to hang in the cellar to scare away Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Dr. pleasure in relating their experience Miss Bettie Bell sold one three-yeawe Armstrong is visstingher parents rats, or use to ward off small-poMr. R. C Dudderar is quite sick at old heifer to A. J. Hammack for $30. in in the use of that splendid medicine wrote it, realizing the fine qualities Anderson county. . . .MissMattieSimp- - and in telling of the benefit they have this writing. E D Cook and Newland McQuerry our productions possess for such pur son, or your town was the guest of received from it, of bad colds it has O. B. Berkins had four nice cattle bought ten calves from Milton Grason poses. Instead of utilizing it for that Miss Lillie Dunn, Sunday. . . .R L Jen cured, of threatened attacks of pneu to die last week. for one hundred and five dollars. the windy article was published in nings and wife, and Mrs. M. Swope, of monia it has averted and of the chil Mr. Ralph Arnold Is moving to the Monday's Times. While we sympa McCreary, visited relatives in Bry- - dren it has saved from attacks of croup If you are suffering from drowsi Stone property on Lancaster and Crab ness in the day time, irritability of thize with those who read it, yet we antsville, Sunday Josh Dunn and and whooping cough. It is a grand, Orchard pike. temper, sleepless nights, general defeel deeply grateful to our good friend family visited relatives near Lancas good medicine. For sale by R. E. Mc Mr. Brown, for the kind recognition ter last week lm S. Morgan sold several wagon loads bility, headache, and general want of Lucy Sacrecy, Roberts, Druggist. Miss of our humble effort. Mr. and Mrs Lee Ricker Van Ars of boards last week to different par tone of the system, use HERBINE. of Wilmore was a visitor here last You will get relief and finally a cure. week.... Mrs. Mamie Arnold yisited dall, of Harrodsburg, were the pleas ties at 60c per hundred. "Biggest" Taxpayer. ant guests of Mr. N H Bogie and wife Mr. Dan Holdam, of Crab Orchard, Price 50cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm some in this vicinity Sunday. We take a different view from Misses Hattie McQuerry and lea lastjveek Mr Clarence Scott and spent Friday, with W H Brown.. as to "What the Biggest taxpayers' and sister, Miss Lucy, of Nicholasville, Drs. Mollie Pope, of Livington, is vis Cook entertained a large crowd of Glorious News think on this, that or the other ques young folks Thursday evening, they Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of are visiting their parents, Mr. F D iting her sister, Mrs W P Dishon. tion. We say that it s harder on the report a nice time. They come lrom Miss El fellow who pays the dollar poll tax Washita, I. T. He writes: " Four bot Scott and wife, this week He Fooled the Surgeons, all directions Miss Masie Ross has on those who pay many dollars, tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. la Dunn, of Brodhead, is spending than All doctors told Renick Hamilton,of returned home from Chesterfield, 111., A poor man, like the writer, has to Brewer of scrofula, which had caused this week with Miss Mary Rout. West Jefferson, O., sufferiug 18 where she has been visiting her uncle, scratch for many months to lay by her great suffering for years, Terridle Miss Bettie Smith, of Danville, and months from Rectal after Fjstual, he would J. T. Rigsby for quite a while Miss enough to pay his tax, while those sores would break out on her head and Mrs. Mary Floyd, of Boyle, visited die unless a costly operation was per Nina Newland Iqft a few days ago to who have a pile of money or property face, and the best doctors could give no Mrs H D Aldridge last Thursday, and formed; bnthe cured himself with five visit her cousin, in 111 Bettie Bell have the cash, or ought txrhave it, help; but her cure is complete and her spent Friday with Mrs M. F Rout. boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the visited her father and mother Sunday. pay theirs. If a man health is excellent. " This shows what Miss Birtie Hilton, of Lancaster,spent with which to surest Pile cure on Eartn, and the best ..Mfs. Mary May, of Enfield, 111., is is given a big lot of money and cannot thousands have proved, thatElectric Sunday with MrsM F Aldridge. Salve in the World. 25 cents a box visiting her sick daughter, Mrs Woods make money with it, he's a poor busv Bitters is the best blood purifier known Mrs Miriam Peters, of Lancaster, is It's the supreme remedy for eczema, spending several weeks with her .Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist, Walker. ness man. We poor people have noth ing to work with, save the dailv labor tetter, liver, kidneys, and powels' ex brother, Mr T I Herring. For Hoarseness. LOWELL. and those endowed with a fortune pels, poisons, helps digestion builds up Geo. A Pontins, Upper Sandusky, O. Free of Charge, the strength. Only 50 cents, sold by have the means with which to make Joseph Hurt is now grinding corn writes: I have been using Foley's Any adult suffering from a cold set money hand over fist. It would suit R. E. McRoberts Druggist. Guaarnteed Honey and Tar for sore throat and tied on the breast, bronchitis, throat at his old stand on Friday's. us much better to pay tax upon fifty Corn is worth $1.50.per bushel, but hoarseness and find it the best remedy or lung troubles of any nature, who BUCKEYE. thousand dollars than to have to hus I ever tried. It stopped the Cough will call at J E Stormes' drug store, not much is selling at that price. tie six months to get the money to A number of farmers have sold their immediately and relieved all soreness. Miss Eliza Lusk has been in this will be presented with a sample botpay our present little mite. lm community this week visiting the tle of Boschee German Syrup, free of tobacco at prices ranging from 6i to C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Clocks For Queer Uses. charge. Only one bottle given to one 9cts. schools. One of the latest developements of WALLACETON. There will be preaching at the Bap person, and none to children without Quite a lot of hogs have changed the common domestic clock is worthy tist church on Friday night before order from parents. hands in the last few days at prices of serious attention. It comes from There will be preaching at the the 2nd Saturday in November. Some No throat or lung remedy ever had from 3i to 3: Switzerland, and takes the form of steps are being to have services twice such asaleasBoschee's German Syr Rev. Leonard, of Louisville, arrived Methodist church here next Sunday phonographic attachment to an ordi a month. May the good work go on. up in all parts of the civilized world Saturday to take charge of his pulpit by Mrs. Burk, a Methodist Evange nary clock, which at any desired hour Twenty years ago millions of bottles Infant mortality is something were given away, and your druggists at Mt. Tabor church where he has list. or the morning will shout: "It is (7) The new addition being built to the been called as pastor for the coming die be- will tell you o'clock; get up. Now, don't go to frightful. Nearly its success was marvelous year. Mr. Leonard was accompanied residence of Wm. Asher, on "Main d before they reach one year, sleep again!" The possibilities of an is really the only Throat and Lung by his young and beautiful bride. We St.," is nearing completion, and adds before It extension of this principle are immen fore they are five, and Remedy generally endorsed by physi they are fifteen! The timely use of cians. One 75 cenc bottle will cure or extend congratulations and give them much to its appearance. se. There might be clocks for the Sam Conn sold his little home, H WHITE'S CREAM VFRMIFUGE prove its value. Sold by dealers in all a hearty welcome to our community. boxing ring, saying, Time, gentlemen Our second wedding was Miss An miles south from here, to Mack Bird and clocks for the parliamentary bore would save a majority of these prec- civilized countries. nie White and Mr. Will Brown. They for $210, and will probably move to with a cry of "'Vide! 'vide!" Church ious lives. Price 25cts. C C & J E were quietly married at the home of Berea where he will remain at least lm. congregations which have suffered Stormes. FLATWOODS. the bride's mother, Mrs. E. E. White during the winter. John L Ray, of Richmond, visited many things at the hands of long-wi- n Wednesday evening at 4 o'clock. The Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Mrs. Arhis parents here Sunday ded preachers might subscribe for W. H. Furr bought a calf from Geo. bride is a beautiful and accomplished saved the lives of thousands of croupy her school here Monclock which should utter a sonorous nold young lady, the groom a prominent children. Ie is also without an equal "Amen" at the end of a suitable day, after having dismissed a week on Leavell, of color, for $10. Little Miss Bessie Spangler is the and rising young man. We extend for colds and whooping cough. For account of the sickness of her son. . . . period. Equally valuable would be our best wishes for a long and happy sale by R. E. McRoberts. lyr. timepiece which should convey a gen Mrs Lucy Sutto and Mrs Mike Ken- guest of your correspondent. tie hint to the unwanted called; in nedy, spent Friday with Mrs Ebb There was preaching at Good Hope, life. Our farmers who had sowed their Mrs. Thomas Riddleman, Parshall- - grain were made to rejoice on last Miss Nell Ray is with Saturday, the pastor, Rev. Pike and deed, this particular development is Dickerson so attractive that I am thinking of her aunt, Mrs Mason Pullins, of Paint Sunday Rev. McHutchings, and Sun ville, Mich, writes: I was troubled Saturday by the falling of an excewith Salt Rheum for over thirteen llent rain. Those who had not finishenlisting its aid for the purpose of Lick.... A son of Charley Simpson, day night by the pastor. shortening editorial interviews at dee'd., died of consumption last week. Mr. R S Lawson had his sale last years, had tried a number, of doctors ed are now working early and late. James Jackson and wife, of'Bryants-ville- , Friday, 27th, at which things sold ve- without relief, My husband bought a Truth office. BlacoTered by Woman. visited their parents, Mr Joseph ry low one horse, $13.50; one cow, box of Banner Salve, which I applied Another great discovery has been Lone Wear, tow Prices, Good Fits Simpson and wife, Sunday. two or three times and my hands be$24; another one for $26.75; a buggy, gan to get better. In a short time made, and that too by a lady in this I can name many old customers who wm state that their suits have been Chamberlain's Fain Balm Cares Others, 43.80; two horse wagon, $2.25 and his they were entirely cured. C. C. & J, country." Disease fastened its clutches dog for only 80c Why Not Vou. satisfactory in lone wear, in Drices lm ubon her and for seven years she withE. Stormes. and in fits. Of course errors are made My wife has been using ChamberOn account of ill health J. H. Cam stood its severest tests, but lier vital Man and by everybody, but they are easily cor lain's Pain Balm, with good results, What a Well Known Ballroad pbell has returned to his old home in organs were undermined and death Resident of Urns Thinks of Whitley county, having lived in Gar seemed imminent. For three months rected, and we make as few errors as for a lame shoulder that has pained anyone, and we guarantee a fit. We her continually for nine years. We Fetter's Kidaey Cars. rard for about two years. The com she coughed incessantly, and could not have studied measure blanks and have have tried all kinds of medicines and munity loses one of it's most Estirm sleep. She finally discovered a way to fit irregular men. One of my houses doctors without receiving any benefit Ihave been troubled a great deal table young men.... Miss Tessie Har recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle gives a splendid hat with a suit or from any of them. One day we saw with backache,1 was induced to try din has returned from a .six months of Dr. King's New Discovery for Conovercoat. Boys get a camera with an advertisement of this medicine and Foley's Kedney Cure, and one bottle visit to relatives in Illinois... Misi sumption, and was so much relieved on each suit. Uniform prices and small thought of trying it, which we did entirely releived me. I gladly recom- Susie Gastineau is visiting relatives taking first dose, that she sledt all of night; and with two bottles, has been Miss Florence-Spratt- , Profits. Excellent suits or overcoats. with the best of satisfaction. She has mend It to any one, especially my in Corbin t7. to ISO. Boys Suits, cut and made used only one bottle and her shoulder friends among the train men, who are Danville, is visiting her cousin, Miss absqlutly cured. Her name is Mrs. to measure, $4.50 to 812.50. Young is almost well. Adolph L. Millett, usually similarly afflicted, Geo. H. Fannie Spratt. .. .Misses Fannie and Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w. c. Ham-nic- k & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial botmen can save in this line. M. N.H:, For sale by R.E. McRoberts, H&usan, Engineer on L. E. & W. R.R. Florence Spratt attended a party at tle free at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store Hughes, Agt. DraggfeU In Lancaster Tuesday night. lm CO. AJE. Stormes. o first-clasLed-ford, -rone-thirlf one-ha- CENTRAL RECORD BJlgba paint lick. PREACHER8VILLK, NINA. reliable CIItfCIItfltfATI WEEKLY THE OLD ESTABLISHED 1793. GAZETTE (Wiikty E litioi of Tas C:n:fmniti Commercial Tribune) THE FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ENLARGED! NOW Special Departments devoted to Agriculture, Poultry, Markets, Literature, with other special Features IMPROVED! IN" NOW NEW FORM 20 PAGES The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any ly published in the West. Read by over 300,000 people WANTED AGENTS. SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES. ADDRESS, 50 20 Per Year PAGES week- Send for SPECIAL TERMS. THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE Cincinnati, O. CO. SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND ROOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M' ROBERTS. DAITVTLLS, ETC. Ivy., having Fox ylvz Gallery. f This is now the most been recently equipped with te Gallery in Central TJae that Marvelous Armrrtixnate Lenses I wish to say to the Ladies x The new discovery in optical science. Th.ese Lenses FLATTER. Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould- ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the Isew French "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures S Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame. "When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. f J M WRl TIM V I'I'M OTTR U'UI WNTS (Q9 TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME ( Toilet Articles and Books, DRUGGIST jg m S SUNDRIES, p TT MmihifflnfflMwminwmmiiiH Complete stock of "T H VT" T T- - T "I LILLA A STOUT DANVILLE, KY. mmmmmmmm BOON TO MANKIND! D" TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE 2SS & : 3- - 3 he tlssvE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. )mhmm.ukmm. stormes xxr3t CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; Bottles, 60 Cents. -- mmiiibct.liik.ib1. sto:r:e7 - X H SPECIAL SALE OF f CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY November 2, I8C9 T A 1 J. L. FROHMAN 8c CO. Danville THE S-- a ii 11. We spared neither time nor money in securing the JfandSomeSi 3dll JifltiUnety Ever shown in Lancaster. Our stock is now in, and on display. We ask you to he is at San Antonia, Tex., and im proving in health. Misses Herring and Alta BettiF, of Danville, are visiting Miss Lottie Bet-tiDanville street. Elder R. Graham Frank and wife, of Nicholasville, were guests of Elder Chas. Powell and wife. Mrs. Win. Berkele and daughter, Alma, are at home again after several weeks visit to Danville. Miss Mattie Thompson has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. R. L. Jennings, in Paint Lick. Mrs. Wooldridgeand daughter, Miss Mary, have returned from a visit to Ilarrodsbiirg and Lexington. J. C. Thompson has just returned from the East, where he bought an immense line of Christmas goods. The Social and Industrial Club met with Miss Florence Harris Wednesday afternoon with a large attendance. s, In Mcraorluni. Mr. Jacob Nevius died on the 9th of Oct. at his home near Bryantsville He had been a great sufferer for three years, and his last days were so full of pain that he longed for death to re lease him from his suffering. He was born in Boyle county about seventy-seven years ago, but had lived In Gar rard for more than thirty years. Three daughters survive him, his wife having died just three months ago. Mr. Ne vius was a man of great industry and only ceased to work when his strength forbade it. He was upright in his dealings, and was free from making harmful remarks about any one. He had lived out his allotted time, and it seemed fitting that his toil- worm body should be laid to rest, when the leaves and flowers he loved so well had began.their decay. Exceedingly Sad Death. Never in our newspaper experience have we been called upon to chronicle a more distressing death than that of William R. Jennings, which occurred at Paint Lick Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Readers of this paper will remember where we spoke of his visit to this office last week, and our men tion of the pleasant chat we had, When he said "Bangs, I am going to give you my next printing," we were far from the thought that in less than a week's time we would be setting his funeral notice. When in the office,he said he had been feeling a "little the worse for wear but was about all right again." He returned home and on Thursday or Friday was stricken by pneumonia. He grew rapidly worse and breathed his last, as stated above. William Romans Jennings was born in Lancaster 35 years ago. He attend ed the best local schools, and, as we stated last week, always stood at the head of his classes. After securing a fair education he at once took up the saddlery and harness business and never tired until mastering all the points in the trade. He worked for a time at Springfield, returned and moved to Paint Lick, where he at once established a lucrative business. He married a daughter of Mr. I. C. Rucker, of Paint Lick, and she and one child survive him. Will Jennings was a man of few words, but nothing passed his observation. He was full of fun, a true friend, and a sober, honest man. He had a contempt for any one who would do a mean trick. As a friend he was as does seem hard that true as steel. so noble a man should be cut down in the prime of life, but "God moves in a mysterious , way, His wonders to perform " Funeral services were conducted by Elder R. M Campbell at the Christian church, Tuesday afternoon, after which the remains were taken in charge of by the Knights of Pythias and interred in the Lancaster Notice of Klectlou Notice is hereby given that on Tues day, November seventh, eighteen hun from seven dred and ninety-nino'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m., continuously, an election will be held in and for the City of Lancaster, Ken tucky, 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. Kixnaird, Mayor, of city of Lancaster, Ky. Att: W. H. WnEititiTT. Clk. e, Important Sections of the Law Gov erning Elections EXCLUSION FROM POLLS. No person except challengers per mitted within 50 feet of polls except while voting. Section 1470, O. L. Senator Geo. Farris is here whooping up the boys. He says Goebel is going to carry everything, rrom Maine to California. Hon. R. H. Tomlinson has returned from a business trip to Dakota and western cities where he has valuable property interests. Mr. J. Hunt McMurtry, of this city, has been appointed as one of the Census enumerators. We are glad Mr. McMurtry has been given the position, as he is worthy and qualified. CALL AND EXAMINE, '-H- ELECTIONEERING REGULATED UE 1. TUT. J 8 A Washington special says Rev. Robt. West has been advanced from an eighteen hundred to a two thousIloward Marrs, of Daaville, was here and dollar desk in the Treasury DeSunday with friends. partment. Rev. West is a son of Hon. Gen. D. R. Collier is up from Frank- J no. K. West, of Lancaster. fort to cast his ballot. Misses Eugenia Bush and Maggie Mrs. Wm. Anderson is visiting Tomlinson gave a Halloween party friends in Lexington. Tuesday evening. A large crowd in Miss Lucy Scott, of Ificholasville, is attendance, and the evening spent in telling fortunes and all kinds of games, visiting Mrs. Todd Scott. Mike Chrisman, of Danville, was a which afforded much merriment Mrs. A. H. Rice and F.B. Marks- visitor in this city Monday. bury arrived Wednesday from Nash Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lusk are visiting ville. They had quite a delightful Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller. trip driving through the country. Mr. John Baughman and wife are Mammoth cave being the most attracvisiting relatives in Danville. tive part of their journey. It took Miss Bessie Bush is in Covington them tive days to reach their destinavisiting her aunt, Mrs. Bobert Grinan. tion. Lexington Herald: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Brooks, of Middlesboro, has been the guest of Msss Annie Royston. Matt Walton gave a pretty dinner last evening at their home on Third Mrs. James Y. Currey,of New York, street in honor of Mr, and Mrs. J. Roe guest of Mr. T. Currey and fam- Young, of Phoenix, Arizona, and Mrs. is the ily. W S. Anderson, of Lancaster, Ky. Miss Sallie Elkin and little brother, Other guests were, Mr. and Mrs. B. John Wooocock, nave returned from M. Burdett and otners. AOOT PEOPLE. It Atlanta. Mrs. Fisher Gaines, of Danville, is visiting her parents, Mr. T. Currey and wife. Dr. A. S. Price, of Stanford, spent last v ee'c vith his mother, Mrs. Harriet Price. A note from Casey M. Owsley says Nicholasville Journal: Elder and Mrs. R. G. Frank leave Wednesday for Fulton, Mo., where he will have charge of the Christian church for the coming year. No minister has ever lefc Nicholasville with higher respect of the people than Mr. Frank, who sicca his stay here has proven himself to be, a thorough christian gentleman, v Election officers prohibited from elec tioneering at all; also all other persons from doing so within 50 feetof polls. Section 1568, O. L. CHALLENGERS. Each political party may designate, by appointment in writing by chair man of county or other local commit tee, a challenger for each precinct, who will be entitled to stay in the election room or at the door. . These challengers to take oath to perform duty, to cause no unnecessary delay and not to disclose how any person voted. Section 1470, O. L. Prayor of the Boers. COUNTING THE VOTES. New York World This to be done at each precinct voting place immediately after close of God of the helpless! Lo, we seek polls by precinct judges, clerk and At Thy dread throne ajust redress; Lord, succor us, for we are weak,, sheriff, in presence of such inspectors And strong the foemen who oppress! or witnesses lawful appointed as may In Afrlc wilds our fathers sought 1482 O, L. be there. Section The freedom that their sons enjoy; In tropic jungles slowly wrought WITNESSING COUNT. The homes the tryant would destroy. The county executive committee of each party a ticket to be voted at an For since his longing, lostful eyes Have caugh. the glitter of our soil election may designate a suitable per- His mission is to civilize, son to be present at, witness and in And, civilizing, to despoil spect the counting of the votes in each Lord, when our helpless critics burn, precinct, who shall be admitted to Our rivers red with carnage run. said voting place. Section 1482, O. L. Let not the mocking heart discern Thy band behind the heavier gun I (See note A.) Heed not, O Lord, toe promise glib, SOME OF THE PENALTIES. The blunt petition of the stroue: 1. Any officer wilfully neglecting a O Thou who smote 8enncherrlb, duty, or so performing it as to hinder Be potent still to smite the wrong! the object of the law, subject to $50 Behold their navies come Near and more near with every breeze. fine and two months in jail. Lord, suffer not our martyrdom. 2. Any canvassing or contest officer The ships are theirs but Thine the seas I .failing to discharge duty, subject to $1,- - Hear us, and as in days of old, Lord, 8mi:e the worshipers of gold I 000 fine and 60 days in jail. Any such officer acting corruptly or with partial How to Prevent A Cold. ity, subject to 9500 fine, forfeiture of After exposure or when you feel a any office then held, and disqualifica- - i cold coming on take a dose of Foley's j tion from ever holding any office. Honey and Tar. never fails, and 3. For illegal voting any citizen ofl will prevent Pneumonia or Consump Kentucky not, qualified by age andresi- - i tion if taken in time. C C. & den.ee, $500 fine and 80 days in jail. Stormes. Any resident of another State voting or offering to vote; or any resident voting or offering to vote in the wrong precinct; or any person voting or offering to vote by false personation, or by the use of the naturalization papers of another; and any person lending or hiring papers for that purpose, subject to five years in the penitentiary. 4. An election officer knowingly receiving an illegal vote, subject to $500 fine, forfeiture of any office then held and disqualification for any office. 5. Any person bribing or accepting a bribe, subject to $500 fine and exclusion from office and suffrage. Giving, promising or offering money or other thing of value to influence any vote disqualifies candidate so offering from .receiving the office for the term for which elected. 6 Any person electioneering as forbidden by section 1509 above noted, subject to $500 fine and six months in jail. 7. Any person breaking up or trying to bread up any election, or to prevent its holding, or to prevent a qualified voter from voting, subject to $500 fine or one year in jail. 8. Any person altering, suppressing, secreting or destroying a poll book, certificate or return, subject to con finement in the penitentitary. 9. Other offenses also provided for, including every act likely to interfere with a fair, free and quiet election, or an honest ascertainment of results. 10. Law to be liberally construed, so as' to prevent any evasion of any of its requirements. Section 15GQ to 1565, old law. WE HAVE IT. 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. FULLER & STMPSON. Vote for After putting the X opposite names of men you are for as Oouncilmen, drop down to bottom of ticket and PUT X IN SQUARE NEXT TO "YES" WATER! CITIZENS TICKET. RAILROAD TICKET. FOR COUNCILMEN: FOR COUNCTT.MEN: Jno. E. Stormes,X C. Robinson, - Q J. M. Higginbotham,' Q H T. Currey, Sr., J. C Thompson, J: R. Haselden, X A. Beazley, X I. Hamilton, Rice Benge, W. B. Mason, ; Q T - Q James Dillon, Q Sam Totten. Q It Are you in favor of levying: a tax annually on the cronertv within the city of Lancaster at a rate sufficient to raise annually in addition to present appropriations and expenses of the citv the sum of two thous ands ($2,000) dollars each year for seven years, for the purpose of purchasing and supplying to the city, water from waterworks a company, corporation or firm to which a franchise, for said purpose has been or shall be granted, and appropriating said amount annually, for said purpose? -- L YES NOD Dent Do Good horses are still demanding a good price.. The better the horse the THE FEUD CASES. ?here Is 'a Contest la the Clay County District Over the Qaastlon:of What Judge Shall Try Them. Killed in a Runaway Accident. This in- mediLexington, Ky., Nov. 1. There is a cines before contest here over who shall be circuit the little one judge of the Clay county district to try Cholera in chickens is caused by comes. Th ey The present judge, overcrowding, keeping too many in endanger the the feud cases. health of both Harry C. Eversole, was elected last fall one place, had sanitary arrangements, mother and to succeed Judge W. L. Brown, who unwholesome food and water, and babe. was appointed by Gov. Bradley to fill overfeeding. Eastln & Larabee'd String. MOTHER'S FRIEND, the good and out the unexpired term of Judge A. II. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 29. Eastin & a Horace Bowman bought of Joe Mcexternal linimcm., win icncvo year. n o.ri,. Uctroec rmrl the later oains bet Clark, who died in April of last Judge Larabee's horses arrived here from Dowell thirty yearlings, about 700 lbs. anything else in the world. Its It is asserted that the election of average, at $30. He also bought of ter than . are most ihbimu nv. nnln Eversole was illegal, and now Judge New York Friday night They are i. .A uu good eiiecis quartered in G. D. Wilson's stable and twenty-fou- r Henry Kertz, of Burgin, before childbirth, but during the ordeal Brown is contesting it, and claims that Distress. is over- he is entitled to hold the office until were taken to Eastin's farm near acres of hemp at $4.50. Danville Ad itself and afterward. come by it pains lessened labor short- a legal election can be held, which can Avon Saturday. Included in the string vocate. ened and subsequent danrers avoided. not be are Ben Holladay. Kinley Mack, Mc- before one or two years. Constipation means the accumula bouic Sold by Druggists ,or Leod of Dare and High Order. Ben Hol - fr tlls.tnUd book em ths anlieet. r The case was argued before Judge tion of waste matter that should be THE BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Watts Parker, of this city, Tuesday laday will be retired to the stud. discharged daily, and unless this is afternoon by Judges Brown and Take Witnesses to Manchester. done the foul matter is absorbed and Eversole, who reserved his decision London, Ky., Nov. 1. Sixteen wit poisons the system. Use HERBINE KNOTT'S RESIGNATION. until Wednesday. After he passes on nesses were taken from Pittsburg and to bring about regularity of the bowels Price SOcts. C C & J E Stormes. lm Ha Wilt Become First Tie President of it the case will be taken to the court of East Bernstaft to Manchester Monday appeals for final adjudication. to testify in the case of the common the l lant gtem, the SoutU's Host The Richmond Pantagraph says: "A Extensile Railway System. In an interview Tuesday Judge wealth vs. the Browns and Chad wells, n jack dealer and stock man Brown says he will go at onoe to who are charged with complicity in stated to the Pantagraph that there Louisville, Ky., Oct 3L Stuart E. Manchester and hold court and try the the murder of Wash Thaaker. is certain to be an improvement in Enott, whose resignation as first vice feudist if it is decided he is the legal A Receiver Discharged. jack and jennet stock on account of president of the Louisville & Nashville judge. Middi.esboro, Ky., Nov. 1. Judge increased demand for mules. Prices railroad, has been accepted by the The trial of Dan Parker for killing have been gradually getting better for board of directors, is to become first A. C. Turner will begin at Manchester Moss discharged P. E. Kemp, the re vice president of the Plant system, the Wednesday before Special Judge James ceiver of the Excelsior coal mines. several months." Monday, and ordered the immediate south's largest railway system. He is Lexington Herald: Hemp is selling to have charge of traffic transporta Eversole, who was elected by the bar sale of the mines. These mines are to try the case because the other spe in the local market at $5 per hundred. tion and general operations and will men situated near town. Seventy-fiv- e B. Little, had been an Mr. "W. J. Louridge bought on Tues virtually be the head of the big sys cial judge, C will be thrown out of employment attorney for the prosecution. day 9o,000 pounds at this figure. From tem. Fight In a Church. Mr. JohnAHowerton Mr. Loughridge BANKING FIRM FAILS. Mr. E. R. Erwin, who was elected London, Ky., Nov. 1. At the old president of the Plant system upon Way church in this county, during the Used by British Soldiers In Africa. the death of President Plant a short Aa Assignee Appointed for D. A. Fmyra preaching Sunday, a fight started be & Co , Lexington The Hank In Tim Ja Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known time ago, is a lawyer and not a practi tween Leonard, Scott McFcderage, Will Fay Dollar for Dollar. all over Africa as commander of the cal railroader. Consequently he will Henry Doan and others. Leonard Mc- forces that captured the famous rebel only look after the financial affairs of Lexington, Ky., Oct 29. The bank Federage was shot by Henry Doan. uaiisiie. Under date of Xov. 4. 18!)7 the company, leaving everything else ing firm of D. A. Sayre & Co., whoso His injuries are thought to be fatal. from Vryburg, Bechuanaland. he to Mr. Knott. It is learned from a president, E. D. Sayre, died Sunday, Christmas Cattle. writes: "Before starting on the last reliable source that Mr-- Knott's salary assigned Friday. It was the oldest Lexington, Ky., Nov. 1. C Alexan campaign I bought a quantity of Cham- as first vice president of the Plant bank in the city, having been founded bought berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lines will be S20.000. It will be read in 1820. The Security Trust & Safety der, jr., of Paris, Monday of Woodford 112 head of county parties Remedy, which I used myself when ily seen that the office of the big Vault Co. was made assignee. The stock cattle. The shipment of Christ troubled with bowel comnlaint. and southern system was such an ad van bank was capitalized at 837,000. The mas cattle to the London market will had given to my men, and in every tageous one that Mr. Knott could not deposits are placed at 8140,000. The be executed this week. There are 500 refuse it. Mr. Knott's headquarters case it proved most beneficial." For will be in the south, probably at At assignee states it will pay dollar head in the bunch. for dollar, but it will take all the saie oy it. js. McRoberts, Druggist.lm Btalllon Kick Changes Hands. lanta. The office of the president is in property belonging to J. W. and E. D. Lexington, Ky., Oct. New York. bought the largest consignment, 58,000 Mr. Knott returned to the city Sun Sayre, jr., sons of the president, who Young, of McGrathiana 31. Col. M farm, has sold are the chief stockholders, to pay out pounds. From Mathis & Shropshire day from Cincinnati. When seen by They have a large amount of negotiable to S. Wadsworth, Genessee.'N. Y., the 15,000 pounds were bought, and from black stallion Nick, by imp. Mortimer a reporter he saidLthat he did not care Benjamin Bosworth 22,000 pounds to talk about his future plans. "I can paper, but as it is several months under Retribution. Nick is a brother to due the bank could not secure money As the "long hundred is 112 pounds not see," said he, "that the name of Kequittal, and promises to make a something like $4,300 changed hands the railroad with which I expect to be to meet the calls. good sire. Price private. on the detail. Was Bis Own Lawyer. connected or the nature of my duties A Father 'at Eighty-Nin31. The jury Vkrsaili.es, Ky., Oct are matters of any interest. I do not An Authoritative Etiquette Work Bowling Gbeen, Ky., Oct SI. assume the new work until the first of in the Graves murder case was dis The publication of what has been charged, failing to agree after being "Uncle Billy" Pearson rejoices in the planned to be the most complete and next year and that is a little too far in advance to warrant any definite state' out 24 hours. Eleven were for convic title of "papa," notwithstanding' he is up authority on etiquette be tion and a short "term in the penlten 89 years old. He is the father of a five-gins in the November Ladies' Home ments from me." boy. tiary, and one for acquittal. James C days-ol- d Journal in a series of articles called Dick Coleman's Trial. Graves is a well known horseman, and "Good Form for All Occasions." The Covington, Ky., Nov. L It is now killed his neighbor, Charles Cassidy, series will run in the magazine for pretty well understood that Dick Cole also a horseman, in May, 1898. Graves year. The authorship belontrs to Mrs, man, the colored murderer of Mrs. claimed declined to have Burton Kingsland, which is really the John Lashbrook, of Maysville, will be a lawyer, and conducted his own case. nom de plume for one of the most furnished with a military guard to esSoar Mora Feudists Indicted. The Blue Grass Nurseries offer prominent women in New York socie cort him back to Maysville. Coleman's Manchester, Ky., Oct 29. Four ad' everything for Orchard, Lawn and ty. trial will begin November 10. The ditional indictments were made at A special from Nicholasville says people of Maysville, where the man so Manchester Friday in the case of the Garden. Full stock of Fruit and B. Embry, who is one of the best brutally assaulted and fiendishly mur Fhilpots against J. the Griffin feudists. Ornamental Trees, Grapes, Small Mrs. Lashbroik, are still so known cattle men in Central Ken dered and wrought up that it i enerally under They are Green Griffin, Sam Brown, Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, tucky, left last night for Havana stood that Coleman will never face a Charles Barnett and Dan Hampton. everything kept in such an estabCuba, where he isinterestod in build This makes eight in all, with proba lishment. We employ no agents. ing stock j'ards. The stock company jury bility of more. No outbreak has oc- Descriptive catalogue on applicaOpening of Reform tohooU is composed of H. F. and G. W. Em curred as yet. Circuit Judge Eversole tion to Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 1. Gov. Brad- is expected at Manchester Monday with bry, Louisville; Talton Embrv. Cincin H. F. HILLENMEYER. natti, and Perry and Lester Embry ley issued a proclamation Tuesday two companies of state troops. Isashville, Tenn. They ourchased giving formal notice that the state Phone 279, Lexington, Ky. First Bloodshed. twenty-fou- r acres of land on the bay school of reform at Lexington will be Lexington, Ky., Nov. L The first the proe at Havana, where they will erect mod- opened Wednesday. Underinmates of recorded bloodshed of the present po 60 of the youngest el stock yards. Posts have already lamation the Frankfort penitentiary will be litical campaign in this state was the been shipped and two cargoes of lumtransferred to it. By December 1 the stabbing affray here in which Martin ber were sent from Pensacola last building will be completed, and many Wilkerson was. fatally injured by week. J. B. Embry is a member of of the juveniles in the penitentiary "Bud" Stevenson Monday night They the building committee and will and those hereafter sentenced by the quarreled over the registration. M. in Cuba all winter. Wilkerson thrashed Stevenson, and. courts will be admitted to it. it is alleged, struck him with the butt Bepresentins Following Companies of a revolver before Stevenson drew his knife. Aetna, higher the price. ternal Don't take Bowling Green, Ky., Nov. 1. Mrs. James Lightfoot, aged 40, of this city, was killed in a runaway accident near this city Monday morning. Her little son got cold riding in an open buggy and got out to ruti behind. He is supposed to have frightened the horse. Mrs. Li ghtfoot jumped out and alighted on her feet, but fell again, breaking her neck. She leaves a husband and several children. Boils and Pimples Give Warning. When Nature is overtaxed, she has IN IlllCill INR Qlftll TU&T Ull UnrAiLllIU OlUtl iRAI her own way of giving notice that assiat- NATURE IS APPEALING ance is needed. She does not ask for help until it is impossible to get along without it. Boils and pimples are an indication that the system is accumulating impurities which CflD lid D must be gotten rid of ; they are an urgent appeal for aaaistanot warning that can not safely be ignored. rUn nCLli a To neglect to purity the mood at tnia time means more than the annoyance of painful boils and unsightly pimples. If these impurities are allowed to remain, the system succumbs to any ordinary illness, and is unable to withstand the many ailments which are so prevalent during spring and summer. Mrs. L. Gentile, 2004 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash . lays: 1 was atnictea ior a long ume wim pimpiea, jhuu nrar vnrv annoviner. as thev disfieured my face fearfully. After using many other remedies in vain. S S. S. promptly and thoroughly cleansed my blood, and now I rejoice in a good complexion, which I never had before." . XI. uuuiai, ui hub a. vi. . lcipt. Tenn., writes: Tt. Tt. Chattanooca. Several boils and carbuncles broke out upon me, causing great pain and annoyance. 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