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NUMBE R 32 LOUIS LANDRAM, Published i LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER ' i 9, 1899, ; i ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE As we claim Taylor's election, by from 10,000 Logan & Robinson. to 25,000, while the democrats figure New goods coming in at R. L. Jen thatGoebel will win by a small mar & Co. Paint Lick. Stylish Ladies Wraps at The Vote In Garrard. gin. A. message to The Recoud from Josjps. nings The following figures were taken New line of queensware at Several good second hand buggies R. W. Brown of the Times states that from memorandums brought to the & Herndon. all depends upon unreported pre and surreys cheap. W. J. Romarj&V county clerks office as the ballot boxes cincts", while Gill Boyle, of the Post, deposited. were Go to Logan & Robinson for heavy 100 fine maple shade trees for sale. says "Taylor safely elected." boots and shoes. J. C. Thompson. , Plant now. Handsomestline Ladies Shoes in Nice town lots for saleNT. Currey. Bee our Honest Mike boot. s ee Jr 3 sTslfncl Logan & Robinson. Central Kwmicky, now on display at 2.Jo Iron Wanted Car load Bon : : M Joseph's. R. A tone. o Z: : ? : am standing a nice Jersey Bull at C3. . . O I ..o o; . ; Hear Sam Jones at Stanford Monday a 8L00 cash. m25tfl R. L. Elkin. Queensware at cost, at Fuller' & 00 night. He will rub some of those Sympson's. Farmer kinks out of you. Bring on your'old iron and get the J. C. Hemphill sold another lot in Come and get a Tailox made suit at advance. H. B. Northcott. I8q30 Bakeivftdditlon af$l per foot. ready-mad- e Perfect satisfac- the prices. ' T2MOJ3 J. CHemphill. Don't forget that the Sam Jones tion guaranteed. MC M ' tS We handle the celebrated Bueli lecture at Stanford is next Monday Logan & Robinson. Bootee. Mr. J. B. Collier sold the remaining night, the 13th. Np.w stnr.k of Waist Pin Sp.ts. S t.n 20 acres of his farm on the Crab OrchSee those beautiful plaid skirts and ard pike to Dave Stephens. Ic.Thompson. $1.50 per set of 3. black crepons at Jennings & Co. J Paint Lick. I will take corn, wheat, barley, hay Still giving 18 pounds Standard or Granulated Sugar for $1.00 at. or anything in that line Holton Frank will preach at or second hand buggies, forjsew Elder Blue Grass Groceky Co. ' surriess. roadEverybody is invited to the measur- the Christian chuich next Sunday W. J. RipjiA: ing party at Xew Hope church, Paint morning. A large crowd will hear the wagons etc. Come boys and bring the girls and Lick Friday Eve. Nov. 10th. young man. Rev. Henry Faulconer is holding a get measured at Measuring party at protracted meeting at his church In Paint Lick, Nov. 10th, Wood For Sale. For Sale. Richmond, ne began Sunday. seasoned cord wood on 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 21 nice Nice lot of Wo nnv hicrlipst, nHrp fnr pnnnfrir Apply to T. M. nice 750 lb steers. sale at 82.00 on the yard. Big run on Raisins, Figs, Dates and produce and take alKprought in. R. M. Diixehay. Johnston or Sons. FAULCONBtnfc Heundon. everything needed for your fruit cake Blue Grass Grocery Co. at 40 Per Cent For. Teachers. Boys, just come and see our new We keep everything you need in the' Supt Lusk asks us to say she will be grocery line. Call us up at phone VU50 high top shoes, our new over coats and We still have a number of lovely cent, and goods will be delivered able to pay the teachers 40 per promptly. cloaks, the latest styles, best qualities our pretty neck wear, Jennings &Co of their school money Saturday, Nov. Faulconer & Herndon Paint Lick. and most reasonable prices. 1L J. Joseph.Cold weather has arrived, and the Just received, an assortment of fin The Terra Ilaute papers say Porter ladies are making hast to complete est Preserves, which we offer at J. White's presentation of Faust is tneir winter wardrobes. They are Rev. Ira Parti n bought of Joe Pet- for 15c, one week only. Sure to please. the best ever given in that city. They flocking to J. Joseph's, where every- ty the lot adjoining the former's propBlue GrAss Grocery Co. praise the company very highly. At thing in dress goodscloaks, shoes, etc. erty on Campbell street. It contains half an acre and brought $100. Opera House Nov. 22. Garrard . Dr. Kinnaird will begin work on his can be found. Sanitarium as early next spring as the The Knights of Pithias will meet weather will permit. It will be Lt F. P Frisbie tells us his goods have Reserved seats for Faust will be plaoed on sale at Stormes' drug store been shipped and he will open his new tomorrow, Friday, night and a full at- brick and stone, and thoroughly up-t- o about next Thursday. The two boxes drug store as soon as the glass are put tendance is requested. Several par- date in every way. have already been spoken for. Judge in. He has a beautiful set of fixtures ties want to put in petitions,' and will do so as soon as the lodgex gets the For Keiu. Hemphill will give a box party to some on the road. goat in trim. Brick, corner storeroom, with dry friends and Letcher Owsley gets the Faust. cellar under the entire builning, and other. Attending the Lecturi s. It requires much special scenery and the best locatioh in Lancaster. For R. A. Stone, the undertaker, has re- particulars, call Bible Society. a very large stage to present Faust, ofror address The Garrard Coun'y Bille Society but the Garrard is amply large and es- turned from Louisville, where he a. C. Hemphill. meet at the Baptist church Sun- pecially adapted for the show. Our spent some time attending the Chamwill Now Is Your Chance. W. I. Williams is pres- people may never have another chance pion College of Embalming, conducted day night. Mr. Our entire line of queensware at ident and all the ministers in the to see Faust in Lancaster, as it is by by Prof. E. Myers, lecturer and demonstrator. cost, until Dec. 15th consisting of county are vice presidents. The so- accident that the date was secured. toilet sets, lamps, dinner and tea sets, ciety is engaged in a noble work and Good Show at Stanford. Meeting Closed. glassware etc. We have the most all should attend the meeting. by Dr. J. Walton Bros., have booked the complete line in Lancaster. The The meetings conducted "The Funny Side of Life" will de- L. McKee at the Presbyterian church famous Russell's Comedians and that Fuller & Sympson. light the children as well as those of were closed Sunday night. Much in- popular troupe will appear there toBadly Hurt. mature age. Mr. Riggs has fun for terest was awakened in the church, night, Thursday. This is one of the Squire Burton, while standing at all. Court House. Nov. 14, 8 r. m. and the services enjoyed very much best shows on the road, and you will Children 20c, general admission 35c, by the people. Dr. McKee has done see a good one if you go over. Tele- the new hotel, stepped between two reserved seats 50 cents, at McRoberts' a world of good for the local church phone the Interior Journal office and joists and fell to the cellar. He was severely cut about the head and his during his present connection with it. secure a seat. drugstore. back badly wrenched. He is well ad Itlcetlng Begins Sunday vanccd in years, which makes. the in A protracted revival service will juries much more serious. begid at the Lancaster Baptist church Rev. Massee, the Sunday morning. One Hundred Dollars Reward. pastor, will preuch Sunday morning Mr. Bastin asks The Record to say and Rev. J. G. Bow, D. D., will arrive that he will give anyone the sum of Monday to assist in the services. Rev. One Hundred Dollars who will furn Bow is a noted preacher and his ser- ish evidence to convict the parties mons will.be listened to with great in- who cut the telephone wires on Lex terest. Services will be held at 10 a. ington pike, near town, on last Monm. and 7 p. m, at which all are most day night. He also states that he cordially invited to be present. will give twenty-fiv- e dollars for evidence to convict anyone breaking an or Edwin Walker. Death insulator the same amount for each Edwin Walker, aged twentv-on- e insulator so broken. years, son of E, H. Walker, and one of IS the most prominent young men in the A Royal Man Coming. On November 14 th one W the firm county, died Monday morning at his home near here of consumption. Mr. of The RoyaiTailors will be with Walker had been ill for some time,but me, and will have on display one of showed signs of improvement some tEe largest linesxjf Woolens for Mens days ago. He was a young man who wear ever shown m Lancaster, and if had the highest respect and friendship you have not placeq your order for a of it, so it must be true. Everybody accuses us of all who knew him, and his death is winter suit or overcoat, this is a rare We are pushing and striving every day of every chance, that you willy have to select greatly deplored. from one of thelargesttetocksin Amer year to get further ahead in business than we B ill. Burdett Dead. ica, and be measured byan experiencGetting ahead in business day before. were the A telephone to The Record, re- ed Tailor. Remember the date, Nov. means offering somthing better than anybody else ceived yesterday, states that Mr: Ben. 14th. for one dav onlv. M. Burdett had died suddenly at his effers, or producing somthing for a lower price. J.U. HEMPHILL. V home, in Lexington, Tuesday mornThis renders conditions of life better for us all. The Best on the Road. ing at two o'clock. His remains were makes our dollars bigger and our standard of livPorter J White and a superb com taken to Germantown for interment, ing higher. Nor does it follow that a small price It was impossible to learn anything pany will certainly present Faust at makes a thing cheap. The cheapest is that which further of the death, the wires being the Garrard Opera House on the night gives the greatest service for the money paid. Our so full of political talk. A more ex of Nov. 22. The house may not De tended notice of Mr. Burdett will be entirely completed, but the stage will most energetic efforts direct that everything we given in next issue. He has been in be done, the chairs in position and the sell must be such that the results will be satisfacfailing health for some time, but his heating apparatus ready by that time tory to our customers Our immense stock of Fall condition was not considered serious. It was by the merest accident that and Winter Merchandise was bought before the Mr. Fissinger secured this company, The Town Race. and it will be by far the best that pre advance, so we are prepared to offer you real barIt will be seen from the vote below sents Faust in Kentucky. Another gains in every department. that not much attention was paid to troupe presented it in Danville last The crowds that throng our store every day seem the straight tickets offered, as the week, but this one is far superior, and vote is scattered as much as if the carries more special scenery. to appreciate our stock and prices. Kind reader, names had all been printed in a row. not yet seen our stock and prices you if you have AboHt That Gate. There are in the neighborhood of 700 should do so at once, and you will be convinced Some of- - the good ladies pulled our voters in the town limits. The fol that our store is the place to make your fall and lowing is the vote, as kindly given us wool and threatened to haul us thro' winter purchases. by Clerk Duncan and his accommoda the present gate at the Cemetery for ting deputy, Owen Shujars., It is saying last week that some parties published in the order that the fig- had contributed as much as $40 toward ures come,, the first six gentlemen the new gate. There have been some handsome subscriptions and m composing the next Council: amount is growing nicely, but they 210 J. M. Higginbotham, have not yet secured enough. Some 185 J. C. Robinson, have made remarkably small contri . 176 J. I Hamilton buttons, one fellow han ing in a quar 175 A Beazley J. ter and asking for change, but the 161 Rice Benge r majority have given according to their 155 J. E Stormes, meane. Theimprovement now looks '. 129 Sam Totten,. Af. ...r. . . 112 like a certainty,, and will be one of the T. Currey, J. C Thompson,. r....lll biggest and best ever made in the town. ...110 J. R Haselden,.. I... .V. 80 W. B Mason - ICore local on page 2. Jas. Dillon, (Crow)i .77. . . .. . ; . 67 See one of our top coats Barrel salt at Gaines'i at $7.50. The State Election. go to press, the republicans ' i HASELDEN (Patented Feb. FILTER. 23, 1899.) later SLSJULSJl 000600" o? : 5 Perfect in every Detail. . 1 4 jlissag Bill I II I IN EVERY DETAIL. Separates trash from the water before the water Is filtered. Water filters npward through selve. preventing Hash from being mixed with filtering iraterial. Bird nests, leaves, trash etc.. cannot possibly enter Altering material, as it Is caugh in the bottom of Slier before water Is tiltere. Wnen screw cap is removed, it allows filter to dry ont thoroughly. There is no chance for bngs or any kind oi insects to accumulate as It does in other filters from dampness. - rf CC lllsSss sisl The Record's Rooster "ARISES TO ANNOUNCE" AN J. JR. HASELDiiUN, Lancaster, Ky Bwnf leii Victory 19 Fir Water! Beazley & 252 For It. The result of the vote on the vote on the water works question leaves no doubt as to how the people of Lan caster stand on the question, lt goes to show that the town is out for push and progress. The majority would have been much larger, but a great many forgot to vote on the question. Very few "straight" tickets were cast in the town race, and when a voter had finished "crossing" he very naturally forgot to go to tlr.j bottom of the ticket and mark in the square for the water works vote. As was published some time ago in The Record, the City Council lias al ready granted a franchise for the putting in of the plant, subject to the ratification by the people. The Council could not seal this until of the voters had said they were in two-thir- Against It. Banglroran, We Are A HEADCLUTHIHG. COMMERCIAL t QUARTERS BOOTS, & favor of it. It will be seen from the vote that considerably over the necFuneral Directors. essary majority are for the water.- Mr. Moritz, the gentleman receiving the franchise, will begin work on the plant at once, and do everything Arterial and Cavity Embalming that can be during the cold weather. A Specialty. The work will require many hands and will be a big lift for the laborers. It will first be necessary to make a survey, Full Line of but this will not take much time. The voting of this plant means much to Furniture and Carpets. Lancaster, as we will now be able to offer many inducements to enterprises wanting a location, be more healthy, J.I.Hamilton, J.E.Robinsox have less dust, and, greatest of all, Jso.T.Hays, have some protection against fire. The Record don'tcare to brag of its Hays, Hamilton & Rolilnson, work in the matter, but we do want to crow over the public spiritedness Attorneys and Counselers at Law and push shown by the decisive majority given. LANCASTER, KY. NATION SHOES, Hats Furnishing Goods. It Merchant Tailoring a Specialty. If you want a Nice, Nobby Pitting Suit leave your measure with XJS. Pit and workmanship Guaranteed. We can show you in our Merchant Tailoring Department some . . 1,200 STUDIES . to select from Logan 1 Dry Goods i Comp'ny i m 'the PRICES HUE THE EONEST. ........ - Loean& Robinson CENTRAL RECORD XVEBY WEEK BT LOUIS LANDRA.X. Publisher. LANCASTER. OWE 5 KENTUCKY. Them " YAK, IK XDTXKCB " SIX MOUTHS. f 1.00 .25 " Dutch Bulbs, Plants and Ferns the florist on York sireet has a fu!i line at reasonable pri ces. Willca-- e for your plants through the winter. Take Warning! All indebted in anyway to myself or J. G. Sweeney, must call and settle or I will place same in hands of an officer for collection. J. W. Sweeney. O. C. Heborling, THURSDAY, November 9, 1890 I VLORE Refreshments fcOCAfc. and attractive measuring party e at the Paint Lick. at Come every one who isjh doht, to GL S. Gaines and close lipoid accounts. He is in earnest and means business. Graded School Tax. The 1899 tax is past due. Please call and settle and save being asked for it The penalty will certainly be added to all unpaid taxes, E. W. tf. Hauris, Collector, How to Frcvent A Cold. After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. It never fails and will prevent Pneumonia or Consump- tion if taken in time. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm The Legislature should change the present plan of requiring votes on lo cal questions to be taken by same officers, and in same place as where state elections are being held. It puts double work on the officers, and in many other ways interferes with the taking of the vote. A Successful meeting. Eld. Geo. Gowen closed his meeting Sunday night, after a very successful revival. Twenty-liv- e persons united with the church and much interest created. Eld Gowen leaves this week for Guntors-villAla., where he organized a church some time ago, and will hold a meeting there. Ckrsj-antliemu- at Pleasant Grove e, Show at Paint Lick The Ladies Missionary Society, of Old Paint Lick church, will give a Chyrsanthemum show at Old Paint Lick, in Odd Fellows Hall, next Thursday, the 16th, from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. They are making extensive preparations, and a splendid show is assured. Only 10 cents admission will be charged and all should attend. Fight Tuesday. Ben Baker and Huston Clark had a misunderstanding in town Tuesday, and Baker shot at Clark. The latter made a game fight with brickbats and put the enemy to flight. This happened in front of the new hotel. La ter they met on Battle How and flew into each other again. This time Baker got a slight wound in the neck. We understand the men had had trouble before. Attention Maccabees. A full meeting of the members of Lancaster Tent, Knights of Maccabees is called for Saturday night Nov. 11th State Commander, M. F. Elkin, will be here and several will be initiated into the mysteries of the order. The low cost of protection and prompt payments have swelled the member ship to 400.000. J. Joseph, Record Keeper. Free Camera. MARKSBURY. A free Camera will be given to each II D Aldridge sold to Clayton Arn boy who buys a suit from the Stanley Tailoring Company, and they will old some shoats at 31 ct. per lb. and a save money, where breast measure is small beef to J C Boner at 3cts per lb. he also rented some hemp land to M. D. Hughes, Ag't. under 35. Banks Hudson for $125. Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan Mrs. Thomas Riddleman, Parshall- ville Steam laundry. Work shipped ville, Mich, writes: I was troubled and received daily. Shirt waists a with Salt Rheum for over thirteen specialty. Office at T. Curreys grocery years, had tried a number of doctors 5 tf. without relief, My husband bought a My samples for Fall and Winter are store. box of Banner Salve, which I applied now all in and I am better prepared The Appetite of a Goat. v two or three times and my hands be than ever before toanake you a suit or Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose gan to get better. In a short time overcoat from $10.0(f to $40.00. Satis faction in everyway given you. Call Stomac and liver arc out of orber. All they were entirely cured. C. C. & J. such should know that Dr. King's New E. Stormes. lm J. C. Uksipiiill. and see me. Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and Wanted! appe Mrs. Robert Humphreys, of Chicago, Liver Remedy, gives a splendid is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J All kinds of metal, brass, zinc, cop. tite, sound digestion and a regular C Misses Marie Jaseph and Boner per, lead, old ledgers, rubber shoes, bodily habit that berfect health and Sallie Ross, of Lancaster, attended hides, pelts, tallow, beeswax, ginseng, great energy. Only 25 cents at any Dru church at Pleasant Grove, and dined and yellowroot. Will pay extreme Store. with Misses Sadie and Pearl Aldridge, Kinds proauce. market price for ail Sunday. . . .Your correspondent visited H. B. Nouthcott. Badly Hurt. the family of Mr. J S Johnson and atTuesday afternoon, as Virgil, son of tended Elder George Gowen's meeting ' Fire! Fire!! Fire!!! riding a horse, the at Pleasant Grove last week. Build your fires with Coal bought of Dr. Kinnaird, was W. B. Moss & Co. It is the best, animal became frightened and threw Auguvt Flower. makes the hottest fires, weighed on the boy. His foot hung in the stirrup "It is a surprising fact," says Prof. Fairbanks Standard Scales. Good and the child dragged some distance coal, good weight, why not buy from before the horse could be stopped. It Houton, "that in my travels in all parts was first thought he was dangerously of the world, for the last the years, I us? hurt, but close examination show that have met more people, having used Don't Risk Your Life. his face had been badly, lacerated and Green's August Flower than any other Many of your friends, or people his back slightly sprained. It was a remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver whom you know of have contracted narrow escape from death. Virgil has and stomach, and forconstipation. I consumption, pneumonia or other been peculiarly unfortunate. It was find for tourists and salesmen, or for fatal diseases by neglect of a simple he who fell into a twenty-foo- t well persons filling office positions, where Foley's Honey and and was rescued by his father jump headaches and general bad feelings cold or cough. Tar, a Safe cure and pleasant cough ing in for him, he was bitten by a dog, from irregular habits exist, that medicine, would have saved them. It once before thrown by a horse and has Green's August Flower is a grand C. C. & J. E. Stormes. had many other serious accidents, remedy. is guaranteed. It does not injure the sys He's a plucky little fellow and always tem by frequent use, and is excellent s The biggest line of pulls through. for sour stomachs and indigestion." and childrens underwear ever brought Sample bottles free at J E Stormes' to Paint Lick, in union suits and He Fooled the Surgeons Drug Store. Sold by dealers in all seperate pieces. Ladies fleeced vests All doctors told Renick Hamilton,of civilized countries. and pants at 15c up. Mens at 25c up, West Jefferson, O., after sufferiug 18 Come and see. R. L. Jennings & Co months from Rectal Fjstual, he would BRYANTSVILLE. Paint Lick. die unless a costly operation was per The wheat crop is looking well in formed; bnthe cured himself with five Low Admission. this vicinity. Spillman Biggs is a famous humor boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the The election passed off very quiet in cure on Eartn, and the best ist, and Megibbon Kimbrough is an surest Pile Salve in the World. 25 cents a box this town without any disturbance. eminent musician, but the admission, The protracted meeting at Pleasant to hear them on the 14th, is put down Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist, Grove closed last Sunday night with on account of the times, and in order Work Progressing Nicely. to give everybody a chance to hear The arbitrators are still at work in about 23 additions. Thousands of men and women sufthem. ascertaining the cost of the right-o- f fer from piles, especially women with way for the Southern Railway, and For Hoarseness. female weakness have this suffering Geo. A Pontins, Upper Sandusky, O are progressing nicely. It is a mucli to contend with in addition to their writes: I have been using Foley's bigger job than was anticipated, at other pains. TABLER'S BUCKEYE Honey and Tar for sore throat and least it will take more time than ex PILE OINTMENT will quickly effect hoarseness and find it the best remedy pected, but in a few weeks we will a cure. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes I ever tried. It stopped the Cough know the exact figures. The commit 75 cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm immediately and relieved all soreness tee is much encouraged by the hand Mrs W J Hogan is quite sick this C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm some way the land owners are acting, week Little Miss Thelma Hughes, and the promoters of the project are Bargains. elated over our prospects. The Rec of Danville, is visiting relatives here. Come to see me Monday and I will ord still maintains its first assertion, ....Miss Doty, of Paint Lick, spent show you some special bargains in that we will get this road through several days with Miss Georgie Dunn. suits and overcoats. All wool at bot Garrard county if we will only give ....Mr. Jerry Higgins has returned from a business trip to Lexington. . . tom figures. Satisfaction or no trade. the right of way. Beady-mad- e Mrs Taylor Burdettlis visiting rela or made to measure. Sev Dr. Elliott made tives in Danville en dollars, up. a business trip to Danville Tuesday. M. D. Hughes, Agent. NINA. mens,-women- SWEENEY: W n Brown has commenced his new barn. Frank Thompson sold 6 cattle for $22.50 a piece. Mr Dave Stevens bought 20 acres of the J B Collier, place for $640. Dave and Frank Thompson have purchased themselves a new buggy. S. Morgan bought of Elmore and Haltzclaw 12 hogs for 3 to 31c per lb. We are glad to say that Mr John Cress is able to be out with his many friends again. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children. Ie is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. lyr. Miss Grace Morgan, accompanied by Mr. Booth Sullan, attended the infair supper at G C Kennedy's Thursday G35 THE GX-- B ESTABLISHED GIPJCOiaiATI 1793. GAZETT 32 (Wiikly E Utbi of T 12 WEEKLY Ciasiamti C)ni n rcial Tribune) THE FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ENLARGED! N0W Special Departments dotai to Agriculture, Poultry, Mirkets, Literature, with other special Features IMPROVED! N0W night. Free of Clarge, Any ndult suffering from a cold settled on the breast, bronchitis, throat or lung troubles of any nature, who will call at J E Stormes' drug store, will be presented with a sample bottle of Boschee German Syrup, free of charge. Only one bottle given to one person, and none to children without order from parents. No throat or lung remedy ever had such a sale as Boschee's German Syrup in all parts of the civilized world. Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away, and your druggists will tell you its success was marvelous it is really the only Throat and Lung Remedy generally endorsed by physi cians. One 75 cent bottle will cure or prove its value. Sold by dealers in all civilized countries. 20 PAGES I Iff NEW FORK I i 1 I S 20 PAGES week- The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any ly published in the West. Read by over 300,000 people WANTED AGENTS. M for SPECIAL ADDRESS, TERMS. SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES. THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE Cincinnati, O. CO. PREACHERSYILLE. The Cincinnati Commercial-Tribun- e October 28, says, "Spillman Eiggs lectured to a large and intelligent audience last night and proved to be a perfect platform speaker, possessing those attributes which belong to the masters of oratory. Court House, No vember 14. Nice State of Attalrs. Tuesday night men stood in full view of everyboby around and shot pistols which sounded like canons There was not the slightest regard for danger to life and limb, nor did any one seem to care what would be the result. There was not the slightest effort to stop it. The shooting was kept up nearly all night, and if any steps have been taken to punish the Sam Jones at Stanford. Rev. Sam P. Jones will lecture in offenders, no one has heard of it. Walton's Opera House, Stanford, next minstrels at Court House. Monday n'.ght, the 13th. The house Harris Minstrels are an organization will doubtless be crowded, as Mr. composed mostly of Lancaster colored Jones is a great favorite, and it is sel boys, will give a show in the Court dom that the people in this section House on the evening of the 24th, have an opportunity of hearing him, They have been showing in neighbor The admission will only be 50 and 75c, ing towns and are spoken of highly, and those wanting a good seat had The Nichoiasville band will head a better write Messrs Beazley and Men big street parade here on the day of efee to have one reserved. the show. White people are cordially invited and are assured good seats and For Hog Killing. Benge & Miller have constructed perfect order. s slaughter pens and are m-Makes War on the Chute. pared to kill and dress your hogs or In his sermon Sunday morning, Rev, . cattle at reasonable figures. The pens called the attention of his are located at end of Totten avenue Massee to hearers the disgraceful condition of and are in every particular. affairs on the notorious Battle Row Have your meat killed where it can be and urged the good people to take properly handled and by expert hands. some steps to stop the outlawry and devilment carried on there with such a high hand. ' If all the A Paint Lick Enterprise. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by people would take a hand in trying to Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting break up this thing, a united effort with ready sale every where. Persons will certainly bring about a change who have used it say it's a marked for the better. buueess ana a sure cure ior V istula, A Card. Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge ment, ureasy neei, eic. I want to thank all 'who attended is sold on a written truarantee. and mnnev ta- - Hen. Alf. Taylor's lecture. I am sure 1 unded if not as represented. For sale that the school children, who will read by R E. McRoberts. Lancaster. the excellent books purchased for the Hon. Alf Taylor. library of the Lancaster Graded School Hon. Alf. Taylor lectured to a large from the proceeds of said lecture, join and intelligent audience in the court me in hearty thanks to all. As Life's houae Wednesday evening the 2st Inst "Poetry and Pearls" is strictly a on "Life's Poetry and Pearls". Comproduction and most enjoyable petent critics pronounce it. the best only to people of literary attainments. literary lecture evw delivered in Lan- I have engaged Spillman Riggsto decaster. From beginning to end, his liver his humorous lecture, "The Funlofty thoughts were clothed in rich ny side of Life" Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 8 gems of literature and so arranged in p. m. juxtaposition as to exemplify the highThis is a lecture which will please est type of rhetorical expression. all and especially those, who want to' The lecture was a great literary laugh. After the close of the lecture treat and it is to be regretted that all Mr. Riggs will sing some beautiful can not have a printed copy of "Life's songs of his own composition, and Poetry and Pearls" for individual whistle some solos in which attainment he has hardly an equal in Amerstudy and culture. ica. Mr. Megibben Kimbrough who Bad CendHcC accompanies Mr. Riggs will render Monday night some misecrants cut some excellent pieces on the piano. the Bryantsville telephone wire in These gentlemen come to us as highseveral places near town. There is a ly recommended as any entertainers heavy penalty for this devilment, the on theAmerican stage and 1 guaranpunishment being from two to ten tee satisfaction to all. Again thanking you for your enyears in the penitentiary. Mr. Bas-ti- n couragement. offers ablg reward elsewhere in I am Respectfully, J. H. Patterson. The Becoep. first-claste He was a consistent member of the Freedom Baptist church for about 35 years, where he was most always found at his church meetings. The church has lost a good member, the community a good citizen, the wife an affectionate husband, and the children a loving father. "The Lord giveth and and the Lord taketh, Blessed be the name of the Lord." The family well know they have the sympathy of their neighbors and friends by their untiring assistance in their time of need; yet they will miss him far more than those not connected with the family. Bee, as he was called, was one of eleven children, the youngest being forty-tw- o years old, all survive him, some older and some younger, he being years of age. fifty-two Chamberlain's Fain Balm Cares Others. Why Hot You. My wife has been using Chamber lain's Pain Balm, with good results, for a lame shoulder that has pained her continually for nine years. We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without receiving any benefit from any of them. One day we saw an advertisement of this medicine and thought of trying it, which we did with the best of satisfaction. She has used only one bottle and her shoulder Adolph L. Millett, is almost well. N. H:, For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm Mccreary. Collins Coy bought J. B. Sanders farm of 230 acres for $4,000 to take possession the 1st Jan. It will not be a surprise to any who are at all familar with the good qualities of Chamberlain Cough Remedy, to know that people everywhere take pleasure in relating their experience in the use of that splendid medicine and in telling of the benefit they have received from it, of bad colds it has cured, of threatened attacks of pneu inonia it has averted and of the chH dren it has saved from attacks of croup and whooping cough. It is a grand, good medicine. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker went to Madison county Sunday. . . .Mrs Mary L. Swope made a visit home the lat- tei part of the week from her school accompanied by Miss Lizzie Askins. . . .The friends of Miss Bettie Pherigo will be glad to hear she is on the road to recovery.... Mrs. Wm. Long and Miss Jennie Swope of Marksbury, were the guest of Mrs. Alec Walker Thursday. .'. . Forest Curtis bought corn from Sanders and Walker at $1.90 per barrel W O Hardin moved in our midst Wednesday. A friend in need is a friend indeed. help when she is suddenly awakened in the night by the ominous husky cough, and labored breathing, of her babe. It is the safe resort of the youth or adult when he has "caught cold" and there is coughing and irritation of the mucous membrance of the throat. It allays the irritation and cures the cold. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, druggist. lm We are again compelled to chronicle the death of one of our loved ones, Mr. H. B. Ray, who passed off quietly on the 31st of Oct. Mr Ray was known throughout the county, having held several positions of trust. For the last twenty years his life has been spent on the farm, where he has made a good honest living. About the 1st of September he was compelled to quit business, and has ever since spent the larger portion in his chair, as he could not lie down with the troubles he had until death came to his relief, but still clung to his chair until death claimed him. Their was few men, if any, that had more friends than he, besides he was a kind husband and father, having reared six children, three girls and three boys, all of whom did all in their power to comfort him in his last days. He so lived that all who knew him best feel that he has gone to that rest prepared for him from the beginning. Discovered by a Woman. Another great discovery has been made, and that too by a lady in this country." Disease fastened its clutches nbon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly, and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she sledt all night; and with two bottles, has been absolutly cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w; c. Ham- nick & Co., of Shelby, N. C Trial bot tle free at K E. McRoberts Drug Store That is exactly what Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is. It is the mother's Perry White sold 18 hogs to S Morgan for 3ic. J. L .Hutchins sold a nice cow to F. Cook, for $25. James Rogers has commenced building him a new dwelling house. The first snow of the season fell here last Friday the 3rd. Rev. S M Carrier has been holding a few days' meeting at Mt. Vernon Thompson & Brown sold 50 yearling steers to Pepples & Arnold for a fair price. We are glad to report John Cress able to be out after being confined to his bed for five weeks. Miss Kate Hays, who is teaching one of our public schools was taken sick last week and had to close her school. Billie Deboard has sold his house and lot here to Mike Kennedy, for $650 and we learn Mr. Deboard will move to Illinois. A. H. Thuaness, Mrg. Wills Creek Coal Co,, Buffalo, Ohio, writes: 1 have been affected with Kidney and Bladder trouble for years, passing gravel or stones, accompanied by excruciating pains. Other medicines only gave temporary releif. After taking Foley's Kidney Cure, the re A few doses sult was surprising. started the brick dust, little fine stones, etc. and now I have no pain across my Kidneys and feel like a new man. Foley's Kidney Cure has done me $1000 worth of good. C. C. &J.E. Stormes. lm Leslie narber, who has been in Il linois for the summer has returned Roy S. Lawson, one of our home oldest and most highly respectable citizens will start this week to Missouri, where he will make his future home J F Payne has moved to his new house. . . .Willie Gross, who moved to Missouri with his father last spring, is back on a visit.... Mr Sutton, of Marksbury, is visiting his aunt, and family here this week. Rev. W B Ragan, Presiding Elder, of the London District, is at home for a few days. SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many J SECOND-HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. B. E. HTBOBEBTS. Fox Jlrz Gallery. I SAITVILLE, K"ST. 4 k This is now the most been recently equipped with Gallery in Central Ky., having Th.o that Marvelous Anastimate Iinsos I wish to say to the Ladies The new discovery in optical science. Th.ese Lenses FLATTER. Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mouldings, 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 New French "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, S Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that a dainty Frame. "When in Danville, call and see us and get our We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. Just received ?ir 1 t (0) m "WE INVITE OUR FRIENDS , H m TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME Toilet Articles and Books, DRUGGISTS fif it Glorious News Comes from Dr. D. R. Cargile, of "Washita, I. T. He writes: " Four bot ties of Electric Bitters has cured Mr?. Brewer of scrofula, which had caused her great suffering for years, Terridle sores would break out on her head and face, and the best doctors could give no help; but her cure is complete and her health is excellent. " This shows what thousands have proved, that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known It's the supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, liver, kidneys, and powels' ex pels, poisons, helps digestion builds up the strength. Only 50 cents, sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. Guaarnteed ORGANIZED 188S. SUNDRIES. p q M H uompiete siock oi PURE DRUGS 1 1 LILLAMTnUT ' DANVILLE, KY. FLATWOODS. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Walker's son Edward, died at 7:30 a. m. Monday of lung trouble. His many friends and relatives have the entire sympathy of the community. Constipation means the accumula tion of waste matter that should be discharged daily, and unless this is done the foul matter is absorbed and poisons the system. Use HERBINE to bring about regularity of the bowels Price 50cts. CC& J E Stormes. lm Mr. W. C. McCarty returned home last Wednesday accompanied by C. Mc. Furr who has gone to see his sister and other relatives.... Mr. Wm. Gross has returned from Missouri, where he went with his parents last Spring. . . . Mr. John Merfyman and two little ones spent Sunday at Mr. Moses Lawsons Mr. Roy Lawson, wife and daughter will start for Mis souri in a few days where they will join their two sons who went before and found a good location. TONS IF NATIONAL BANK, i 0FLAI0ASTEB.TT. Capital, Surplus Fund $50,000 10,000 A BOON TO MANKINDS DR BUSINESS SOLICITED. TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE CURE Oarsfal aad Prompt Attatlon I. K. HiaeixBOTKMX Lkwis IiXatiu. B. T. Hudson V. O. BlSRXT Gsruts! Presides Cualei t. Assistant Casb'i Bookfceepet CD. Valxss DIKBCT0R8: J.H.KlMlxaOTXAlt, LsWtt Y LBATBLL, T.X.AMtOLB J.S.JonMOH, 'A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. JAWS S. 0. ABHOLB, 1UI.GDM, J. Jacob B. V. HcseoH. J.J.WAJLXBS Y. Robwsoh. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED, times, by mail, 76 cents; bottles, so cents. F. IALLAN, Sale PnpfttK. - - MMHiHSfriftST.imM. STORMES IKtJG STORE, 3EO SAL set Jj J CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY Wil-mor- e, AH WWB3BOB When you need something TREES! GOOD, something F11E3II and TEMPTING, no use The Blue Grass Nurseries offer just call to see US, we have it. everything for Orchard, Lawn and the most complete assortment of GROCERIES Garden Full stock of Fruit and mend it to any one, especially my Ornamental Trees, Grapes, Small friends among the train men, who are in Lancaster. Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, and usually similarly afflicted, Geo. II. everything kept in such an estabHausan, Engineer on L. E. & W. R.R. Our Motto! High Class Goods, Low Cash Prices and lishment. We employ no agents. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Descriptive catalogue on applicaCourteous Treatment. 1 November o,IS99 THE SEASON IS (JETTING LATE BUT WE HAVE A spent Monday with Misses Martha and little son, Eugene, of Silver Creek, Vh;itii Well ltuown Uailrouil Man uiid Resident or in :i ThlnUa of Mr. and Mrs. Vestcr Jordan, of Sallie Tillett. Folor's Kiilney Cure. and Cash Pumphrey, of LakeMiss Lucile Ramsey, of Taint Lick, land, have been visiting their parents, has been visiting Misses Bertha and I have been troubled a great deal Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey this Mary Burnside. with backache, I was induced to try week. Foley's Kedney Cure, and one bottle to look all over town, Miss Lizzie Beazley, of Crab Orchentirely releived me. I gladly recomard, is the guest of her brother, Dr. We keep WE MI I! TREES' Walter Beazley. C. M. Denman and handsome wife, of Is icholasville, visited Mr. and Mrs. . GENERAL NEWS. Superb TO Line of Hats Alex. West, Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Young and son, Charles W., visited friends at McKinney, Lin coln county, last week. Misses Mary Bruce and Tevis Carpenter, of Stanford, have been the guests of Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. Mrs. Mary L. Swope, accompanied bo Miss Lizzie Askins, of Buena Vista, made a visit home last Saturday. Lexington Leader: Mrs. Kemper, of Garrard, has returned home from a visit to her brother, Mr. James R. Lawless. Miss Letitia Brown, accompanied by Mr. Walker, of Lexington, have been in this city for a few days, visiting relatives. One charming little married lady in tins city calls her husband ''.Nigger," and another addresses her beloved as "Old Hateful Doj." The Social and Industrial Club met Wednesday afternoon with Miss Eugenia Bush. Some beautiful work by the members was displayed. Charley Morris came up from Frankfort to vote for Goebel and see the boys. Charley has a good job at the capital and, we are glad to know, is getting a good salary. We are prepared to please you both in style and'price. SAUIE 2 I. TIL1ET. PEOPLE. I Al Burnside, of Lexington, was here Tuesday. Miss Nora Saunders is visiting Miss Pearl Ross. Col. "W S Fergurson was up Sunday to put in his vote. Miss Julia Mae Gaines is in Danville visiting friends. Miss Fish, of Stanford, has been visiting Miss Rella Arnold. Robert Salter, Jr., of Danville, was a visitor in this city Saturday. J. W. Johnston, W. A. Broaddus and Cash Pumphrey, came up from Lakeland, to cast their ballots. They have good and responsible jobs there, and are getting along nicely. George R Harden, of Covington, was here Tuesday, looking well and feeling like a fighting cock. George, like all the rest of us, loves "home," and comes here every chance he has. Rev. Lapsley Mc.Kee, wife and son of New Albany, are visiting Dr. J L McKee and family. Mrs Sam L. and daughter, who have been with them, will leave for home tomorrow. Danville Advocate. Lexington Herald: A set of beautiful hand painted dinner cards by Miss Anderson is being exhibited at the Elite Stationery store. These little cards are gems of art, and are very attractive for course dinners. Col. "Goose Egg" Owsley was here this week, looking much better than for some time. He is now on duty at Mock's in Boyle, and is boarding at Rices' restaurant in Danville. They dont grow better boys than "Goose Egg." Mrs. B. C. Tankersley and handsome Mc-K- Letcher Oswley and wife, have turned from a visit to Louisville. re- Mrs. Baumstaullc has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hunley Singleton. Jno. M. Farra is lugging a grin behind the counters of Logan & Robinson. Miss Lula Anderson has returned from a visit to friends in Bryants-ville- . W. A. Berkclc is visiting his wife Wlier-ritt's. and daughter at Mr. W. II. Ernest G Brown is fast recovering from his seigc of fever and is able to sit up. Mrs. Robert Elkin has returned from Atlanta very much improved in health. Mrs. Edwin Arnold has recovered sufficiently from her recent illness to take a drive. Mrs. King and Miss Bessie King, Sugar cane in Louisiana was badly injured by frost. Louisville is to have a crematory at a cost of $43,900. The Pythian grand lodge will meet next year in "Winchester. A new State Guard company was mustered in at Covington. A great military parade in his honor was reviewed by Rear Admiral Schley at Birmingham. A combine of rubber, bicycle and automobile companies with $200,000,000 capital is projected. The United Daughters of the Confederacy are holding their annual convention at Richmond, Va. The National Fox Hunters' Association will meet at Estill Springs November 15 to 25. For burns, cuts, bruises, laceration?, or injuries of any description, BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is a sovereign remedy. It never fails to do good, and so promptly that its wonderfrequently ful curative properties create surprise. Price 25 and 50 cts C. C & 3 E Stormes: lm The next Governor Kentucky will be inaugurated Dec. 12th. The other State officers will not go in until the iirst Monday in January. The heavy frosts of Friday and Saturday nights practically killed the growth of cotton in some parts of Georgia. The Wildie correspondent of the Mt. Vernon Signal says that William Rai-neof Jackson county, who is 102 years old, was there last week. If you have sore throat, soreness across the back or side, or 3'our lungs feel sore or tender, or you are threatened witli diphtheria or pneumonia, apply BALLARD'S" SNOW LINIMENT externallly, and use COUS-SEN'HONEY OF TAR. c'C & J E Stormes. lm John York, of Fayette county, was arrested as a deserter from the Third cavalry at Fort Ethan Allen, Vt. He is now a prisoner at Fort Thomas. It develops that the negro preacher of South Carolina, the news of whose death by lynching provoked indignation meetings in Boston, is alive and laughing over the stir he caused. The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons decided to build, at a cost of an annex to the Masonic Widows' and Orphans' Home, for the care of aged and inarm Masons. y, S $50,-03- 0, you are suffering from drowsiness in the day time, irritability of temper, sleepless nights, general debility, headache, and general want of tone of the system, use IIERBINE. You will get relief and finally a cure. Price SOcts. C C & J E Stormes. lm In Estill county Kay Noland shot and seriously injured former County Judge A J Tharpe. Wm. Rose a bystander, was mortally wounded. The trouble grew out of a law suit. Rebecca Allen Redd, ter of Richard M. Redd, of Lexington, the famous Kentucky fox hunter, ran backwards while at play and struck her head against a tree. She is dead. Infant mortality is- - something die befrightful. Nearly before they reach one year, before fore they are five, and they are fifteen! The timalv use of WHITE'S CREAM VFRMIFUGE would save a majority of these precious lives. Price 25cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm. A most horrible murder was committed at Georgetown Saturday night. Mary Mitchell left the Lancaster Hotel and met Lun White. White was drinking and got into a quarrel with her. She left him and was seen with another man. Through a fit of jealousy he drew his revolver and fired three shots, two them taking effect in the temple. After she fell he leaned over her and severed her head from her body with a knife. Just as he raised up officer George Foley arrested him. -one-thir- d one-ha- lf If FULLER & SYMFSON. tion to H. F. HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. Phone 279, Like Tn COMB3 Or. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HON-EY, COUGH-WORN TO THE WEAK AND WEARY LUNGS. Nature's Remedy improved by science to a harmless, pleasant, positive cure. LUNG AND BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS never linger in contact with that most natural and speedy cure. COUGH. Dr. Bell's PINE TRY A -T- AR-HONEY Usort by Soldiers In Africa. Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known all over Africa as commander of the forces that captured the famous rebel Galishe. Under date of Nov. 4, 1897, from Vryburg, Bechuanaland, he writes: "Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men, and in every case, it proved most beneficial." For sale byR. E. McRoberts, Druggist.lm advances a New Theory in the Treatment of Coughs. It cures the Cough by curing the Cause. This remedy cuts the mucus and destroys the germs of disease and heals and soothes, so that there is no inclination to cough. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough and Lung Soreness disappear by its use as snow before the sunshine of spring. 25o BOTTLE OH A CeXSUXPTIOX CURED. I have sold for one year. Find it a splendid remedy and good s Her. Bold five bottles to Miss Stella Howell, of this place, who was considered to have consumption. She is now in good health J. T. Graham, Druggist. Q rants burg, 111. GUARANTEE. I had a very severe cold and sore throat la fact, I thought I was taking pneumonia. I got a50-ce- nt bottle of Dr. Bell's and after nslng it one day and Bight 1 eta say that it Is the beat remedy that I ever used I recommend it highly to everybody. Lawla O. Davis, J. P., Allenville, Mo. ALL DRUGGISTS ARE HEREBY AUTHORIZED to refund the price if it fails to give entire satisfaction in any and all cases, child or adult la the best cough Dr. Bell's remedy we have ever used My wife had a severe case of bronchitis and throat trouble, and sample bottle relieved nor to such an extent that I bought a dollar bottle for her. and she ia bow almost fully recovered. We will never be without Dr. Bell's in our house. T. A. W 11 burn, Taylorsville, Ky. BKoircmns cured. Lookout for Substitute: Demand BELL'S PINE -- TAR -- HONEY And n6tice. All persons having claims against the estat of the late Mrs. A. B. Walker will file them properly verified, with me or W. I. Willlamr, attorney, Lancaster, Ky., on or before Dec. 1st, 1899. J. J. Whlker. Adm,r of Mrs. A. B.Walker. do not let any druggist offer you one of those cheap syndicate cough mixtures on which he makes ajrig profit. OR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HON- EY Prepared only by THE . E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE is soM by all gM dragglst. Ky. , ; At McRobertt( Drug Store, Lancaster. PRICES TO CATCH THE EYE. Star Pointer will make a fall season in the stud at a service fee of $100. He served eight mares last season and they are all thought to be with foal. Bronze Gobbler for Sale. sale at 32. A.W. Kavanatjgh. fine ones. A few for Br THS BSISFTIXD This The Italian Fratt Seller Shows Much Shrewdness 1b Marking- - . His Stock. The Italian fruit seller shows his Bhrewdness as a business man in a small way by the prices which he puts on his wares. The fruit is arranged in tentpt-in- g groups on his push cart, and each group is usually marked with a ticket, so 1hat the pedestrian may know the prices without asking. Over a pile of plums may be seen the tiny sign: "Eight for nine cents." Now, says the New York Tribune, the average customer does not buy eight plums, and when he asks for one it is two cents, or two for three cents, and, as the vender sells more lots of one than anything else, the eight for nine cents becomes a myth, and his stock averages nearly two cents apiece. Peaches that are marked 12 for 25 cents if sold in dozen lots would be fairly cheap, but one peach from the same pile always costs three cents, and as "two for five" is the popular sale in that class the lot which is advertised at 25 cer.ts usually brings more than 30. In the orange season "eight for 25 cents" is a favorite price placed on the fruit, which is really sold for four cents apiece. A bronzed Italian who has a regular route over which he sells fruit at all times of the year was asked: "Why don't you make prices for one or two, and not for eight and a doten?" "Eighie for nine macke ye look den ye paye two fo one," and he winked the other eye in a way that showed that his reputation for shrewdness was well de served. CANCER IS DEADLY! Rocillfc Fatallv in NinQ nCOUIlO raiQIIJ III milC Popnr flux nf Ton k A UuouS Ulll Ul I Cli farmers To ran, Agency, you Lonlavlllw'. Ky., for any thln w ant to buy. You can save bijr money. Infor lyr. Write to Ccuine &. Ca'i e Pnrcba-il- mation frte. We want your name for PASTIME, Picture nov-9-- Pure water in clean vessels kept in the shade s a prime necessity in poultry management. One half the poultry cures would go out of business if this was the rule instead of the excep tion. cost no more to produce a thou sand pounds of chicken than it does to produce a thousand pounds of beef or mutton. The chicken sells for the most money and makes the largest percentage of profit. Free. The latest county maps of Kentucky and Tennessee will be furnished free to the schools of Garrard Co., on ap plication of teacher or School Trustees to HE. McRoberts. A large anti- - trust tobacco factory is to be built in Louisville by J W Whit man and E W Russell, heretofore with the Continental Tobacco Company, and others. The concern is bocked by heavy capital and its plant is expect ed to be in operation by January 1st, 10--- tells a story that thousands of women will re cognize a story of monthly suffering iust be fore and daring menstruation a darting pains, torture story of aches, in back, head, limbs and abdomen. FEMALE REGULATOR regulate their menses and drive out all "female troubles." Druggists sell It for $1 a bottle. will cure these sufferers BEQTTLATOR CO., BRADBELD'S It Atlanta, Ga. 1900. For Sale, fourteen nice sugar year ling mules and nine sugar mare mules broke to work. "Will sell in pairs if desired. Nixon Perkins, Marksbury, Ky. class for gaited saddle stal lions, and over, at the St. Louis Horse Show this week,v Ken tucky horses received ties, as follows Highland Chief, Ball Bros.,Versailles, first: Preston, PatDowlon, Lexing ton, second; Kentucky Artist, J T Crenshaw, Lexington, fourth. The premium list for the second an nual exhibition of the Bluegrass Poul try Association to be held atNicho lasville, Ky., is out and shows liberal premiums for all classes of poultry Competition is open to the world. The date is Dec 12, 13, Hand 15. Mr. Da vid Smith is President and W S Hen dren is Secretary and Treasurer. British KnldlVrS will onf. Imarimn corned beef in the Transvaal, and it is already being furnished by Chicago packers. Orders for something like 1,000,000 lbs., were received in Chicago cecently, 200,000 lbs. For more than a year the Chicago packers have been unable to supply the English government any large quantities of meat, owing to thecheaper prices which in Australia. Now it is believed, the supply from that quarter has been exhausted, and especially if war is declared between England and the Boers, our markets will be called upon to furnish "Tommy Atkins" with corned beef. Drovers' Journal. dre-vail- In the The total sales in the Louisville to bacco market last week were 550 hhds, against 1,009 hhds. fcr corresponding week of last year. Total receipts, 993 hhds against 329 for corresponding week last year. Rejections last week were 445 hhds., 35 per cent, of the auction sales, against 30 per cent, for the preceeding week: Of the total sales 972 hhds. were Burley and 572 dark tobacco. The Burley market this week has shown a little more reg' ularity than prevailed last week. As a rule the bidding has been a trifle more steady and active than it was the first half of last week Our 'report showed last week that the market closed Thursday stronger and more steady than it had been during the first half of the week. This week has about maintained Thursday's tone of last week. The" condition of the offer ings have not improved this week and prices have been discounted heavily for out of order packages. The offer ings have been quite light and this ought to ave stimulated better pri ces. Tuesday the offering was 36 hhds. of Burley and 17 of dark. "Wed nesday it was 293 of Burley and 51 dark. Farmers' Home Journal. disease is fully developed. Cancer can not be cured by a surgical operation, because the disease is a virulent poison in the blood, circulating throughout the system, and although the sore or ulcer known as the Cancer may be cut away, the poison remains in the blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with renewed violence. d The wonderful success of S. 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Try LION COFFEE and you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. Fancy Gold Ring. Gcaalae RabyScttlaa Gold Ring. For 25 Hot beads and a2-ce- Conneticut, Continental, Glens Falls, German American, Phenix of Brooklyn, New York Underwriters Liverpool & London & Globe. i ataaip. fi tie size. North British & Merchantile Dr. R. Goldstein, Fourth Ave. LOUISVILLE," KENTUCKY, 544, L. P. HUBBLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER, KY Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents). Sflt by exprM (charges pr MM), for 170 oaBMdsaad Aetna Life Ins. Co.of Hartforfl.Con Z493 These rings are genuine rolled-gol- d plate, having the exact appearance ana qualities ol solid gold, ana guaranteed dj the makers to last two years vritn, ordinary usage. New patterns and very popular. Jiiimuijjj STRENGTH, PURITY AND FLAVOR "Knickerbocker0 Watch. Glvea for 175 Uoa Beads and a stasap. Neat appearindicates. To Detemlae Will be at Gilcher Hotel, Danville, on Thursday Novr. 30, and at St.Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Friday, Dec. 1st, returning one day each month. Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted. Acres Valuable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in Thirty-Thousan- d THE L CAPITAL 1 100,000.00 ) J BANK SDRPI,D8 ( $20,000.00 A Tery fine umbrella, made of onion frame with seven ribs ; steel rod and silver Congo handle. Would cost fiOO at the store. Dress-Pi- Cut a striD of thick catier so that the ends will exactly meet when drawn tightly around second Joint of the finger. Lay one end on this diagram at the 0, and order the number the other end jSouth-Easter- Kentucky. Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms. n n Set. Hailed free for 15 Ilea beads sad a ataaip. Three ilns in the set (larger comhas shown), rolled-golposed of fine with handsome ruby-coloresettings., Suitable for waut-pinsneck-pin- Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. Two extra fine cambric handkerchiefs, with; beautiful im- Sorted lace insertners. hem, -- or- Art Picture, "Easter Greeting" and a 2ccat stasap. A highly artistic picture, grace that will drawing-the finest room. The background of royal dark-blu- e an furnishes appropriate contrast to the little girl and her white Easter lilies. Size, 11x28 Is absolutely necessary to the ybun man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded It Is of first Importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank A BUSINESS THE BRYANT & EDUCATION LANCASTER, KY. v efttsffel&S A. ing and an excellent Solid nickel-silve- r case, with s cbildVtet. or at a ornamental back. Nickel movements, escapement fully jeweled. The famous "Knickerbocker" watch. Glvea for 8 Uoa beada cat freas Lion Coffee wrappers ions in the corHalf-inc- h B.Dxnkt, President. Vice President. Jno. E. Stobmkb, Sash-Be- lt and Buckle. Ladies' Watch Chain. A double strand of best silk cord, united at intervals with colored beads ; neat and substantial. For 15 Uea heads aad a machine hemstitched: stylish and durable. A pair of chiefs given for 18 Uoa heads cat frost Uoa Coffee wrappers aad a 2c stasap. I STBATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLE, KY. COLLEGE 8. C. Denny, Cashier. J. P. Robinson. Jr., B. T. Embby, Book-keep- ataaip. . Children's Picture Book. beads and a Glvea for 10 Uoa BOOK-KEEPIN- SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPH . Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this college preferred by business houses. Write for a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United States it will be mailed to yon FREE. Ass't Cash'r. DIRECTORS Bam 1. D.Cochran Alex. B. Denny. W. B. Cook, Gent's Watch. Mailed free far 15 Hon hmi art fro atasnp. Uoa CeH wrappers aad a at Latett style of imported black Swiss grus-graribbon belting: stylish imitation oxidised silver buckle; neat, strong and fashionable. rUHedfreeforOO Hon heads aad a ataasp. The Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. L. Davidson, Jno. B Btormei, Silver Napkin-Rin- g. celebrated " Inger-tol- l" d watch; and stem-se- t; durable nickel-plate- d case; each watch accompanied by guarantee of the maker. A rer. liable ther Goose Melodies illustrated and with nicely lithographed cover. We have different books, so you can get an assortment. ataaip. Sixteen large pages of Mo- will send It tinned ready for hanging. ani Fo- - VOUon heads 3 cents we inches. Flower Picture. TIME TABLES. K. South-b'nNorth-b'nd d O. Branch. " Mixed, passes Lancaster North-b'n- d Nonth-b'n- Mixed, Fass'gr " " " " a.m 3:35 p. H 2:52 a.m 1359 a. m 11 :10 ataasp. Neat and substantial. Hade of durable metal, heavily ailver-plate- d. Two different patterns. at ParlS Ilea heedaaad a Century Cook-Boo- k. Ladies' Pocket-Boo- k; 8C8 pages of valuable cooking receipts, also treatise on the labor of the y, kitchen, sickroom, and remedies for the more common diseases. (Hvenfor 15 Uoa heads aad a stasap. Coin-Purs- e. Qaeea & Crescent Route. PAB88 DANVIIXX. NORTH BODND. ForlS Uoa head and Color. a dark brown. Made of fine kid leather: cham ois lining: nickeled frame, with strong Large sice and latest shape. Black seal-graleather, with five separate divislons,incIudinz with a flap to hold visiting cards secure. (Hvenfor25 Ilea hearts frasa Lisa Coffee wrappers aad a 2c. stasap. j jtcoaaoea7 For 8 Hon heads and a 2c staam. American Beauty Roses and Lilies Size. 11x21 inches. Bright and artistic coloring. "The Dancing Lesson.' Number 10 (Dally except Sunday).... . Number 6 Dally, Stop Number 4 (Dally) Flag;. . . Number 3 (don't atop) SOUTH BOUND. 6:09 a. m 1:43 p.m 3 :56 a. m 8 6 p. m Ladies' Table Cover. Pen-Knif- e. Durable, Far 15 He beada.cat freas Uoa Coffee wrappers aad a 2c ataasp. Large size: good material; handles nicely decorated and assorted colon. Boys' Pocket-Knif- e. material that will stand including imncy mngea ooruer. free far 25 Boa heads aad a 2c at sauare. washing. 32 inches The"Eas7- - Opener": strong, sharp blade; handle. 11 :50 a.m. Number 1 (stops when fl aged) Number 5 (Dally .except Sunday). ...11 U5 a.m 7:55 p. m Number 9 (Dally except Sunday) p. m 11:43 umber (Midnight flac) fl2Baahaadsaada2c.saaif. The green grass and trees, the little brown kitten and the girl's snow-whit- e dress form a pleasing combination of colors. SUe, 15x21 inches. rUDedtree far 8 Hea heads aad a 2 real itsssp. Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at G. S. 1 -- It fully WTantd!:and Kinds Farm ftMiiiery Always on Hand tJSSsp . 4 GENES' ' Excels all others. ' .' Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. Lv. Lexington, dally. . . . 11 :25 a. x. and 8 :50 p. Ar. Washington, " ..-" 3:40 " 6:45 " " Philadelphia, " 7:0b " 10:25 " .... 13:40 noon" 9:08 " "New. York, ".Boston," .... 8.0Qp.k. " 7:15 a. Through sleepers te New Yorkrf roa Lexlag Job. Jehu Q. Cramer Ticket Agent; JexiagtOB THE ABOVE ARB ONLY A FEW OP THE UONCOPFGB PREMIUMS. AaetherHstwM ehertly appear la this paper I Doat arias It I The graartaitHrtsysaasss ever atasrsdl IMPORTANT NOTICE. ' WfeM wrHiar tor mi ilii sead year letter fas the sesse I M saore tkaa 1 5 Hoa heads ara ant. package with the Hea heads aave postage ay trtieiiag aewa taeaaargia. ask jeer grocer Muatratrd acaasliii Hat. Address aH letters to the '.... Yeaf always knew UON COFFEE by the wrapper. K is a sealed package, wKh the Hea's head la tract. It Is absolutely pare M the package is sHshrekea. UON COFFEE Is roasted the day.lt leaves the tactary. WOOLSOM SPOC QO., Tmlmm, Ohlm.