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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER The Ivay Peas meet tomorrow night. 16, 1899. Wanted Car load BoncsNond Iron R. & Stone. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR LANCASTER AND VICINITy. The LatVst. New line Herndon. oJc at Faulconer & Lard cans and sausage mills. J. R. ITaselden. Handsome premium each sale at Joseph's. s See one of our top coats given with New PreserveW fresh & Herndon. at Faulconer Jen The Baptist church parsonage will Handsome line of gloves at Joseph's. See Mike boot. be ready for occupancy in a few days. In answer to telegrams this morning we were told that there were no new developments in the governor's race. Both sides are claming the victory and saying "the official count" will let in their man. The party leaders are watching each other like a cat watching a rat hole, and the tricks that are not being resorted to are not worth the while. The stench from the sit uation grows more foul every day, and twould be a blessing if a millstone could be placed about the neck of the whole shooting match and it be cast into the depths of the sea. Barrel salt Logan at 87.50. Robinson. & Logan & Robinson. Jo-- " See the famous Morro Castle in seph's window. Several good second hand buggifes and surreys cheap. W. J. RomansL) See those beautiful plaid skirts and black crepons at Jennings & Co. Paint Lick. Prettiest assortment of queensware ever brought to town Herndon. at Faulconer & Fox Hunt. Queensware at cost, at The national fox hunters association Sympson's. will hold its annual meeting at Estill Get your flowers for the theater from Springs on November 15 to 25th. The Go to Logan & Robinson for heavy W. n. Grubbs at theBlue Grass Gro- days will be devoted to the chase, and boots and shoes. cery, agent for Honaker, the Forist, balls will be given in the evening at All kinds of fruits and n at Faul- - Lexington. Display Monday and the Estill Springs Hotel. The meeting will be a great society event. Tuesday. coner & Herndon. Brick, corner storeroomwith dry Bring on your,old iron and get the cellar under the entiVe bullning, and advance. H. B. Ndrthcott. the best location in Lancaster. For Come and get a Tailor made suit at particulars, call on or'address ready-mad- e prices. Perfect vsatisfac-tioyZ. C. Hemphill. guaranteed. J. C. Hempili,. j W. H. Grubbs, ajjjent for Honaker A number of people sat up, prowled the Floorist, Lexipgtbn, will have a around and annoyed their neighbors display of Roses and Chrysanthemums watching for the "meteoric shower" at the Blue GrassvGrocery Monday scheduled for Tuesday night. and Tuesday. n at Gaines'. is impossfble' to find a prettier Fuller & display of Drpss Goods than now shown at Josophs. It The new City Council will be sworn The Owsley block is all completed in on the first Monday in January except putting in the front glass. Como every one who is.in detfl to G For Sale. S. Gaines and close up oldacrou'nts. 21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 He is in earnest and msans business. nice 750 lb steers. Apply to T. M. 20 lb. Standard Granulated Sugar on Johnston or Sons. 2 guesses on the candle. Consumes Lard cans, sausage mills, lard pressonly one week. es and butcher knives. Prices the Blue Grass Grocery Co. J. R. nASELDEN. lowest. Bronze Gobblers for Sale. Don't fail to hear the celebrated fine ones. A few for church choir, in the Great Cathedral sale at $2. A. W. Kavanaugh. Scene, with Porter J. White's 'Faust.' Opera House, Nov. 21. d, nov-9-3- tr nings New goods coming in at R. L. & Co. Paint Lick. We handle the celebrated Buell Bootee. Logan & Robinson. I $1.00 cash. am standing a nice Jersey Bull at m25tf R. L. Elkin. Hog Killing Time. Buy your sage, black and Cayene pepper and salt petreat Stormes Drug Store. Over having such a splendid line We Are Crowing! Tie Society Event oftlie Season. of Cooking and Heating Stoves. Our patrons NEVER ENTER CONTEST, as our Prices and Goods always please them. W. H. Grubbs, agent for Honaker, the Forist, Lexington, will take or- TUESDAY, ders for cut flowers. See display in window at Blue Grass Grocery day and Tuesday. Mon- LANCASTEE, One night only. NOVEMBER 21st. Special enagement of COMPLETE EETXTENS show us far in the lead, with all kinds of Stoves, Grates, Mantles, and everything to keep off winter's chilly blasts. Farmer For Rent. - You Will Find The Surveying on The Stanford Bout. The Stanford Journal says Mr. I. M. Bruce, who staid with Capt. Mable, till he reached the Rockcastle line in his survey for the Southern railroad, says that the captain is greatly pleas ed with the line he found and says it can be built reasonably cheap. Three small tunnels will have to be built, but altogether they are not as long as one on the Lancaster line. Porter J. White carries oyer 1G,000 feet of electrical wire, eight calciums and almost 20,000 square feet of scenery, all of this will be used in his big production of "Faust" in this city. Free Camera. A free Camera will be given to each boy who buys a suit from the Stanley Tailoring Company, and they will save money, where breast measure is M. D. Hughes, Ag't. under 35. for-Fa- Mr. PORTER J.WHITE, MISS Accompanied by OLG-VERNE, IX ti QUEEN winr Shoes The Acme o f Perfection. GALL "Wanted! The Stanford Journal says there were 700 cattle there Monday, but All kinds of metal, brass, zinc, cophardly half sold, these ranging from per, lead, old ledgers, rubber shoes, 3f to 4ic Horses and mules slow. hides, pelts, tallow, beeswax, ginseng, yellowroot. Will pay extreme I will take corn, wheat, barley, hay and l price kinds produce. or anything in that line for new: or market H. B. Nohthcott. or second hand buggies, surries, xoad- wagons etc. W. J. Romani We are too busy opening Christmas goods to write .nylocals this week. Always In the Lead. They are coming by the car load. Standard Granulated Sugar 20 lbs. This year we wiuinsurpass all future for $L00, 5c per lb. To consume only displays. Everything that's new, this week at handsome andappropriate for the holiGeass Grocery Co. Blue days. J. C. Thompson the jeweler. for-al- and SEE T Our Line of Mies' Misses ai llta's JACKETS and WRAPS are going out fast. Hurry Up, or you will miss a Bargain. We have just received an other LARGE SHIPMENT. of UNDERWEAR. You will find our sizes ample now. LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY Now Is Vour Chance. Our entire line of queensware at at McKendree at 0 p. m. The meet- cost, until Dec. 15th consisting of ing at McKendree is increasing iu in toilet sets, lamps, dinner and tea sets, terest. glassware etc. We have the most As the company presenting Faust complete line in tancasterr-- .. carries two stage carpenters, two elec Fuller & Sympson. tricians acd their own scenery, the ( production here will be as perfect as Only One 'Important" Fight Sunday. Jim Wiggle had both lips cut and when given in larger cities. his countenance considerable disfigYears of experience have taught us ured by being hit with a pistol on how to buy the latest styles at the Sunday. Wedidn'tlearn name most reasonabTe-dce- s. frhis knowl of the other negro, who hit him, but ter. edge enables us to giveyoiSn5eTfcr-ba- t reports. say he also fired several shots FAUST AGAIN. gams than can generally be found out at Wiggle. The latter is an honest, side the cities. J. Joseph. hardworking man when sober, but That Grand Old Scriptural Lesson to Row whiskey occasionally gets Be at the Garrard Opera House. A special lot cut flowers will be re Battle him in trouble. This was the princiyour girl to ceived Monday, p. m.-f- or No play ever in our city has met pal scrap on last Sunday's program, wear to the theater. Will be on exhiwith such universal approval as this the others not amounting to much. bition Monday afternoon and Tuesday grand master-piec- e of Goethe, the German Shakespeare, and no portray at the Blue Grass Store. W.II.Grubbs Awakening much Interest. 'Agt. for Honaker, Lexington. The meeting at the Baptist church al of that weird Satanic Mephisto so is drawing large crowds every morn indelibly stamped upon the minds of Big minstrel Festival. ing and evening, and the sermons by the large audience who witnessed the Richard & Pringles and Rusco & Rev. Bow are highly complimented by part taken by Mr, Porter J. White, Hollands Big Minstrel Festival will every morning and his return to the city with a show appear at the Opera House next Fri all. 10Services are held 7 and evening at o'clock. The double its former size, of unsurpassat day night, the 24th. They carry two pastor, Rev. Massee, asks The Rec- ing magnificence, with the grandest bands, have 52 people and travel in effects electrical ord to extend an urgent invitation shown anda mechanicalproductionever two private cars. in with "Faust" to all to attend both services. this city. This the local management Beady For The Show. personally guarantees. This is the Faust Presented Sure. A large force of hands are working The chairs for the Opera House only Faust Company that absolutely on the Opera House and it will Cera the cathedral is being tainly BE READY TUESDAY NIGHT have arrivedtoand work building rapid carries the full choir forspecially engag same being get the near scene, for the production of Faust. The ly pushed chairs are ready, the stage almost enough completed for the introduc ed by Mr. White from the Church of St. Louis, Mo. complete and the furnaces will be put tion of Faust next Wednesday night, the Transfiguration Manager Fissinger tells The Detroit Free Press of recent date in Monday. If you want to see- - this the 22nd. says that the beautiful rendition of production, you had better secure your The Record that while the house may not be plastered, yet it .will be in the Drinking Chorus' in the grand opseat. The house will be completed in good enough shape to give the show. era, "Faust" by Mr. White's manage a few days. As it was impossible to get this com ment quartette, was the most imThe Greatest Soap Sale. pany on any other date, it will have pressive of anything ever heard of In the whole history of Lancaster to appear here on that night. It will that nature in Detroit, and was alone begins here this morning. The Eighth be a treat which few country towns well worth the price of admission. Wonder Of The World is now on ex ever have the chance of enjoying. Re Mr. White is the only one playing this hibition in our show window. A fac- - served seats are on sale at Stormes' play under his own name. Other com panies are out purporting to be this smileof the Great Morro Castle Qf drug store. of and that, and only using the names of Havana, Cuba, also a Frohman & Co. Sell Out. reputable .stars to further their per the famous Battle Of San Juan Hill, built of cakes of cakes of Cuticular J. L. Frohman & Co., whose name sonal interests, caring little for the Soap. It is the most magnificent dis every newspaper reader in Central daily sacrifices they are making of the sold hard earned reputation of Mr. Morriplay of fine toilet soap ever exhibited Kentucky is familiar with,-hay- e in the world, and brings with the their stock in Danville to T. O. Miller, son, who well deserves to rank at the greatest soap bargain ever offered in or Cincinnati, possession to be given head of his class. Unlike these spuri America. Two Cakes For Five Cents January 1st. Mr. Frohman will go to ous attractions- - ahove mentioned, Mr. Everybody welcome to all they want Chicago to engage in the manufactur White personally superintends his at this price. This soap has been ing business. He has built up an im productions and appears at every per made especially for us by The Crown mense business in this section of the formance. Soap Company, of Cincinnati, whose state, and everyone who has patron At Opera House, Tuesday Nov. 21. soaps have been the standard for near ized him is delighted with his business Columbus, Ind.,, ly a quarter of a century, and to in' methods. Mr. Frohman is a man who Nov. 24th, 1898. traduce the Cuticular Soap thorough has been thrown with the leading bus To whom it May Concern: ly, they permit us to sell it 2 cakes for iness men of the country, consequent I have played all legitimate produc five cents for a limited time only. ly knows the value of printer's ink. This gives us power to save money for He says he would as leave do without tions of Faust, including White. Mor all persons. It Is a wonderfully fine, clerks as be without newspaper adver rison, Griffith, and others, and am dainty soap, soothing to the skin, tising. He has'made a great success frank to say that Porter J. White's beautifying to the complexion and is in Danville and now has one of the beautiful portrayal and lenditlon of sold upon Its merits exclusively. Reg largest trades in the state, but he that grand scriptural lesson "Goethe's ular price is ten cents a cake. Rc sees where he can do better, and, like Faust" Is the best staged and most member our price, 2 cakes for 5 cents. the business man that he is, will ac artistic production of 'the weird dra It is so cheap that it can be no cheap cept the chance. He came to Ken ma ever in my house. "White isgood er. And so good that it can be no be' tucky a stranger, but we will say that enough for .me." Respectfully, John. C. .Crump, ter. The rich can get no better toilet no man Hereabouts has more friends, soap than this and the poor can afford or stands higher in.the estimation of Owner and Mngr. Crump's Theater. One night only. Opera House, No a good toilet soap at this price. Sale the people than does Joe Frohman. or vember 21. began Wednesday. Come ea"rly before There is nothing of the moss-bac- k the rush commences, J. Joseph, sole der about him, and he is the kind ojt citizen that will help any town. agents. Kor local or page 3., Rev. Robinson will preach antsville next Sunday at at Bry-- 11 a. m. and Bat-tle.R- My samples and Winter are Positively producing the following now all in and I am better prepared Original effects. Bolton Frank Preaches. than ever before to make you a suit or "The Rain of Fire" church was crowded overcoat from $10.0(hto 840.00. SatisThe Christian "The Electrical Sword Duel," Sunday morning by people who were faction in everyway given you. Call "The Electric Fire Flies," anxious to hear Holton Frank, the and see me. J. C. Hempiiill. "The Electric Stars" Beazley & 3'oungest son of the lamented Joseph The Electric Flower Bed" Should Remember George. "The Electric Mroning Glories" C. Frank. The young man is still in "The Eleceric Necklace," If Mr. Goebel goes into office, he his 'teens, but his sermons are deep in Funeral Directors. The Electric Circle of Fire. thought and language. His talk Sun- should give Geo. T. Farris the best "The Electric Skull," berth at his disposal. No man ever day morning showed him to be deeply together with electric Owls, Snakes and many in earnest in his work, and all who worked harder for a friend than did other weird and dramtic effects. Arterial and Cavity Embalming Mr. Farris for Goeble, and there is heard him predict a brilliant future nothing too good for him to have. for him. He said Sunday that when A Specialty. Prices 75c $1. he used to sit in the Lancaster church Dr. Klnnaird Out or Town. (pointing to a certain pew) that he Dr. J. B. Kinnaird leaves this week Seats on sale at Stormes Drag Stoe Full Line of little thought he would so soon be for New York and Philadelphia to atcalled upon to fill its pulpit. He had tend a course of special medical lect- 17,621 Feet of Electric wire. Furniture and Carpets. occupied that seat many a time and ures. He will be absent until Dec. 10. listened to his father. "Today father Upon his return his office will be in ll,964Sa.feet of Scenery. Jho.T.Uays, is Above listening to me, while I am J.I.TIamiltok, J.E.Robiskow the Bookout property he recently, pur in nis old place striving to prepare chased, opposite Presbyterian church, One Carload of Wonderful Scenicand Dramatmyself and others to meet him up on Danville street. Dr. Kinnaird ic Effects. Hays, Hamilton & BoMnson, there." We do not believe a boy was keeps abreast of the times and fre FORFEITED if this Is not the ever given a more cordial and hearty quently makes trips East to attend Attorneys and Counsel ars at Law finest production of Fanst ever reception any where than was he. nis lectures on all the new discoveries in in this city. visit called to the memory of many his profession. LANCASTER, KY. the noble work done by his father in this town. What a blessing it would be if he could only come back to earth and work for a few weeks in Lancas Complete new Scenery Dy W. L. Searcy, of New York. The most complete electrical outfit ever carried by n traveling company, spec! ally designed and constructed by the Edison Electrl-a- l Co. Faust 50c, J. R. HASELDEN. Baughman, $1 Autum 4 Beauties! IS THE CORRECT NAME FOR OUR New Style Fall SUITS. Bring your critical eye with you and what you think of these j 5t m tell us Suits we are selling at $5, 10, 12, and 15. They are just a little better, just a little newer just a little "Som thing" that makes them more desirable than those you get. elsewhere. WE HAVE A A J GREAT STOCK of OVERCOATS com- - c Top Coats, Dress Coats, Ulsters. plete stock of Overcoats. . Our prices on them are the lowest. . In fact everything that goes to make up a Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods For Everybody. MIMMMUMHIimMHMMIMMMIMMIMIIII Mill Ml Ml I II III IMMMMMMt LOG AN & ROBINSON. . fx 'It 4 Enormous Tailor Suits $900 like a quarrel between sweethearts. BUCKEYE. The election over, the C.-- will send back the lock of hair, the L. & N. will Bobert Long bought a horse of B. return the ring and the two will fall Land at $30. wzxx mr nut each others neck and weep. They Bev. Pike filled his appointment hOVIB LANDMAM. FubUmker. are two large institutions and their here Saturday and Sunday. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. interests too much the same to re Joseph Simpson unfortunately cut main at loggerheads. his finger very severely while cutting 11.00 f 0B YAX. IK ABTAMCB .60 CKRMB Biz If oxthi. Some crank has figured that the up a shoat. JS " ITHBBI " world will come to an end in 1901. Borne, to the wife of Forest StaDD. This is a mistake, for were it true, the on the 11th inst. another son. A lit THURSDAY, November 10 1896 devil would have sliced out Kentucky tle girl came into the home of Sidney and commenced work, as it will take his Doolln on the 10th inst. satanic majesty not less A It has been amusing to read the years to attend to cases inthan three ison number from Lancaster and Mad this state attended church here Sundav speeches of certain fellows who want before he can begin on the rest of J W Brown left Tuesday for Cincin in order to mankind. to "wade through ber-lunati with a carload of hogs and cattle. see their men get into office. One fel low wanted to wade in gore up to his a speech at the Elks Fair, in Geo. Noland, Rockland, O., says, In arm-pitwhile another little gorud- - Louisville, Gov. Bradley said he could "my wife had piles forty years. De head wanted to venture further and not see why any sane man wanted to Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her. have the crimson touching his collar. be governor. Its perfectly natural It is the best salve in America." It No attention is paid to the wild and that he should be of this opinion, for heals everything, and cures all skin wooly proclamations. One man, arm lm governor was never known to be disease. F. P. Frisbie. Mr Irvin Simpson and Miss Minnie ed with a seasoned barrel stave could confronted by as many troublesome chase into the Ohio river every sap matters and knotty problems as has Davis, daughter of Moses Davis, dehead who has been trying to stir up Mr. Bradley. ceased, were married at the bride's trouble in this state. The day of the home on the 3d. The groom is a worbluffer and bully is passed. It is not Even some of the newspaper boys thy young man while the bride is one the style now, so the fashion books got their dander up and said mean of our .best girls. Their friends exsay, for the people to come at the beck things during the campaign. Such tend congratulations. boss. Of talk played out some time ago, and and call of some would-b- e A friend in need is a friend indeed. course there are some people who, in those who indulge in slinging mud be- That is exactly what Chamberlain's little bands, have some bluffer to do spatter themselves more than they do Cough Remedy is. It is the mother's their thinking for them, but even their opponents. Come, boys, be de- help when she is suddenly awakened this is growing less "popular", and cent in your talk. in the night by the ominous huskv nine out of every ten citizens are their cough, and labored breathing, of her In the sale of ladies "ready to wear" clothing has made own boss. But speaking of the wild If a man will read both sides' claims babe. It is the safe resort of the youth wooly "orators", they doubtless in the daily papers, he will become or adult when he has "caught cold" many changes in the Dry Goods trade. Formerly the Dress and thought the whole world would trem disgusted with the whole mess in and there is coughing and irritation Goods business was over by Dec. because it took so long to ble when their proclamations had gone Kentucky. Take a democratic and a of the mucous the get a dress made that you had to buy the goods many weeks forth for the parties to see that there republican paper, lay them side by throat. It allays membrance of and the irritation before you wanted the dress. Now Dec. is the middle of was "a fair count", but up to date we side, and the statements are enough cures the cold. For sale by R. E. Mc- season, because you can get a tailor made suit ready to wear have 'not heard of any bands organiz to sour on the stomach of any fair- - Roberts, druggist. lm protection of ballots. ing for Mr. Lenard Nave and Miss Lillie. at once. Save all the old worry and have the perfect fitting Insteadthe organizing their wading minded person. and of the young and beautiful daughter of stylish suit that will not get out of shape and our suits will through gore, the people should organThose who want to "wade" through their equals made at home. That is why we ize and hang a number of little cross blood can doubtless do so without Allen Ray, drove to Stanford on the cost less than 9th and were made man and wife. roads politicians, who have exhausted much inconvenience, because, judging have just replentished our line of They were accompanied by Leslie their every effort to create disturb from their remarks, they still wear Teater and Miss Nora Ray, Willie ance in the state. short pants. When they get to be Ray and Miss Myrtle Nave, sister of men and put on breeches they will the groom. An elegant supper awaitHon. Augustus E. Wilson, of look at matters differently. ed t them on the evening of their re Louisville, who is one of the cleanest Those in charge of the battleship turn to the brides home on the followand most honorable citizens in this ing day they were entertainod at the We were successful in getting our filled at old pri state, told gospel truth when he said Kentucky's trial trip have ordered grooms father, Mr James Nave, of from Lexington alone eighteen hun ces, and will not have to advance the prices. We now have this in a speech the other night: dred bottles of beer and ten cases of Long branch. "I have no patience with the man in stock over one hundred suits. We begin with who threatens as to what he is going old Kentucky whisky. With this sup Free of Charge, to do. The man who is going to wade ply, the trip ought to prove entirely Any adult suffering from a cold set in blood is to me a farce ana a 1001 satisfactory to all on board, at least. Intelligent men in the nineteenth tled on the breast, bronchitis, throat For suits made of all wool Homespun and Venetians, with century don't talk about wading in While the rooster and the eagle or lung troubles of any nature, who 0100a. They consiaer a situation witn scalloped fly front coat all silk lined. New Modified Habit calm, earnest, reasonable thought are pulling out each other's tail feath- will call at J E Stormes' drug store, Skirts. They consider their rights and they ers the festive turkey gobler is calmly will be presented with a sample bot enforce them without talk or blow awaiting his assured doom, and is tle of Boschee German Syrup, free of about it. The men who use that ex $13.50 charge. Only one bottle given to one pression and talk about riding in blood counting on his claws the number of person, and none to children without Buys a suit of either Venetian or Home Spun both coat and up to their saaaie girts are oDsoiute days 'tween now and Thanksgiving. order from parents. and intelligent, patriotic people pay skirt lined throughout with Taffeta Silk. no heed to their irotmngs and care Both parties seem to have gone No throat or lung remedy ever had nothing for their opinions, if you could stone blind watching each other. If such a sale as Boschee's German Syr $17.50 call a thing like that an opinion. there was any honesty shown by eith up in all parts of the civilized world. Suits of fine Venitians, high grade tailoring, Both tight Bro. Green Keller says in his er, it was because they were too busy Twenty years ago millions of bottles and half tight fitting coats and new tailor stitched skirts, Carlisle Mercury: "The bitterness watching the other to steal anything. were given away, and your druggists will tell you its success was marvelous lined all through with best dress silk."? that was engendered by the campaign We venture the assertion that the It is really the only Throat and Lung is one of the regretable things of the $19 50. day, and is a bad omen for the future battle of Manilla Bay had few terrors Remedy generally endorsed by physi county. It to Admiral Dewey compared with cians. One 75 cent bottle will cure nr Suits made of finest Homespun, Tailor stitched and all silk welfare of the State and prove its value. Sold by dealers in all is bad indeed when men are proscribed those he experienced when his bride lined. You can find no fault with these. and boycotted for their political opin set her cold heels on his shins to warm. civilized countries. CENTRAL RECORD J. HOME CURE ! FOR BLOOD POISON. There is not the slightest doubt that the doctors do more harm than good in treating Contagious Blood Poison; many victims of disease Patchwork; You Can this loathsome they hadwould be much better never allowed themoff if selves to be dosed on mercury and potash, the ever give for Cure Yourself at Home. only remedies which the doctors blood poison. The doctors are wholly unaDie 10 gee na or this vile poison; and only attempt to heal up the outward appearance of the disease the sores and eruptions. This they do by driving the poison into the system, and endeavor to keep it shut in with their constant doses of potash and mercury. The mouth and throat and other delicate parts then break oat into sores, and the fight is continued indefinitely, the drugs doing the system more damage than the disease itself. Mr. H. L. Myers, 100 Mulberry St., Newark. N. J., says: "I had speat hundred dollars with the doctors, wnen x reaiizea mac they could do me no good. I had large spots all over my bedy, and these soon broke out into running sores, and I .endured all the suffering which this vile disease produces. I decided to try S. S. S. as a last resort, and was soon greatly improved. I followed closely your "Directions for Self Treatment,' and the large splotches on my chest began to grow paler and smaller, and before long disappeared entirely. I was soon cured perfectly and my skin has been as clear as glass ever since. I cured myself at home, after the doctors had failed completely." It is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors to cure Contagious Blood Poison, for the disease is be yond their skill. Swifts Specihc Bewari of the Doctors' Iairville5 Ky, to-d- s, j f Increase aets in an entirely different way from potash and mercury it forces the entirely. Hence it cures the the Bystem and gets rid of Soison out of other remedies only shut the it poison in where it larks forever, while constantly undermining the constitution. Our system of private home treatment places a cure within the reach of all. We give all necessary medical advice, free of charge, and save the patient the embarrassment of publicity Write for full information to Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. ft S. S. FOR THE BLOOD PAINTS, ALL KINDS. Window Glass, ALL SIZES. NOW IS TH6 TljVie TO lUy THGfll AT R. E. McROBERTS. rm?niif Fox Jlrz Gallery. 1 PAITVTTiTiFi, This is now the most been recently equipped with te XL?. - Gallery in Central Ky., having $19.75 Two excellent values in handsome Black Suits, made of Pebble Cheviot and unfinished worsted. Double breasted tight coat and fly front half tight. New pleat back habit skirts. There is not a suit mentioned that will not be equally as good for service in the sprine as now. We make all alterations Iree. Small Furs. Such as Collars, Stoles, Victorines and Collaretts are in great favor and we still have a big line of real and imitation Mar tin, Minks, !Sables, Seals, Persians &c. These ranging in prices from $2.50 to $30.00. Silk Waists. You cannot get waists made at home at the prices we offer them, nor can you get them made as pretty at any price They fit perfectly. We are showing the new Reds, Cadet Blues, Purples, Grays and Black. Prices for fine silk waists I4.00, $4.50, $5.00 and up. Wraps. is announced that Aguinaldo is bad when men can again "surrounded." This is almost not talk politics without getting mad as stale as the stereotyped statement It is a bad sign when one man can not that "An error 01 1.698 votes was think another can differ from him and found" in such and such a precinct. be honest." We move that Goebel and Taylor be If Uncle Sam would, only capture both declared out of the fight, and our regiment or so of the Clay county Garrard entry, Mr. Wallace, be seated fuedists, officer they with the ber-lu- d as governor. This is a splendid oppor thirsty Kentucky politicians and send tunity to give the prohibs a lift. them to the Phillipines, the insur gents could be wiped off the earth, Its an ill wind that blows no man The citizens of Kentucky good. The present mess is proving a should encourage a move like this, as harvest for the daily papers, and 'twould not only help Uncle Sam out stacks of 'em are sold. of a tight place but rid the state of she has to the principal draw-bacThe case of the pot calling the ket contend with. tle black was never more forcibly il lustrated than by the two parties cry This election has been one of golden ing "Fraud." opportunities for the little 2x4 pol iticians to pop off and make asses of Both sides are clamoring for a"Fair themselves. If all the blanked fool Count," when either would steal speeches were printed, the pile of pa- red-hstove. per would be as high as the dome of the capitol at Washington. "Give us Its narrowed down to a state that shouts the outraged (?) the biggest rascal will get the plum heeler. A few applications of a shin gle would check the speeches of such Shout "Bool" at the bullies, and watch 'em tuck tail and run. ions. not differ as to politics and yet remain friends. It is bad when neighbors can It is very It BBYANTSHLLE. Go e good saddle. ' Mrs. Chester Anderson bought of Mr. J. W. Sherrow 20 acres of land for $175.00. Dr. B. F. Walters will be in Bry- antsville Tuesday, Nov. 21st at Dr. hand-mad- to J. S. Haselden's and get a The new discovery in optical science. that Just received I wish to say to the Ladies Tbese Lenses FLATTER. a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mouldings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be Traylor's office. law-lovi- . Mrs. A S Haselden has a lovely line of hats which she will sell very low, so come and see them. Jerry Higgins has rented property in Bryantsville and will move to this place the first of January. Mrs. Thomas Riddleman, Parshall ville,.Mich. writes: I, was troubled with Salt Rheum for over thirteen years, had tried a number of doctors without relief, My husband bought 1 box of Banner Salve, which I applied two or three times and my hands be 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 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. W I m we invite our friends jATO , ganto get better. In a short time they were entirely cured. C. C. & J, E. Stormes. lm m m m call see our handsome S m M H wind-jabber- s. Here's an honest man. Mr. North of Lincoln county, said, when it was found that P. M. McKobertshad l,adies fine tailor made coats $7.50 to $20.00. Golf Capes majority of one vote, that it was as from $4.00 to $12.00 in colors and black and white. Chil- binding with him as if it had been one dren Jackets from 8 to 12 years at $1.50 to $6.00. Infants thousand, that he took no stock all wool cloaks from $1.00 up. Dressing Sacques made of contests and would have nothing to wool Eider Down at $1.00, $2.00 and $3.00. Over two hun do with such rot. Now here is the kind of man that is entitled to the dred sold. support of every right thinking voter, A is being taken in the great city of Louisville What religion they find in that city should be carefully stored away in If you will favor us with a uisit we will show you a great many three-grai- n capsule and saved for use excellent values in Dress Goods, Silks, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves on judgement day, as it is clear the Handerchiefs and Upholstery. stock will not be increased, and what is now on hand is in great dangei of evaporation if not carefully preserved, "Beliqious Census" BUTTERICK PATTERNS. between the CourierJournal and the L. & N, railroad, is - The quarrel Bteeovere4ky Womu, Another great discovery has been made, and that too by a lady in this country. ' ' Disease fastened its clutches ubon her and for seven years she with stood 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 Con sumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she sledt all night; and with two bottles, has been abgohitly cured. Her name is Mrs, Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w. c Ham nick & Co., of Shelby, N. C Trial bot tle free at B. E, McBobert Drug Store Danville, T.y, Mrs Mary Woolfork, of Lexington, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J Hogan Mr and Mrs Haselden visited relatives in Danville this week Misses Sallie and The situation in Kentucky is truth Tillett were the guests of Mrs. Martha James fully a nasty mess. Ling Sunday Mr Roy Arnold visit ed his father a few days ago Mrs For burns, cuts, bruises, lacerations. Mollie Swspe, of Buena Vista, was the or injuries of any description, UAL guest of Mrs. Eliza Ballard Saturday LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is a sov .... Miss Allie Dunn, of Danville, ereign remedy. It never fails to do spent last week with her sister. Miss good, and so promptly that its wonder Willie. frequently ful curative properties Glorloua New create surprise, Price 25 and 50 cts C. C & J E Stormes: lm Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of New Christian church at Stamping Washita, I. T. He writes: " Four bot Grounds will be dedicated this month ties of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula, which bad caused by Eld. F. M. Raines, Cincinnati. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has her great suffering for years, Terridle saved the lives of thousands of croupy sores would break out on her head and give no children. Ie is also without an equal face, and the best doctors could complete and her for colds and whooping cough. For help; but her cure is" lyr. health is excellent. This shows what sale by R. E. McRoberts. thousands have proved, that Electric Sister Generose Mattingly, the old Bitters is the best blood purifier known est nun in the United States, died at It's the supreme remedy for eczema Loretlo, where she took the veil seve- tetter, liver, kidneys, and powels' exyears'before, at the age of pels, poisons, helps digestion builds up nth-five twenty, one was reiatea w sume ui the strength. Only 50 cents, sold by the best families in the State. Rl E, McRoberts Druggist. Guaarnteed You never know what form of blood poison will follow constipation, Keep F&ATWQOD0, the liver clean by using DeWitt's Lit tie Early Risers and you will avoid trouble. They are famous little pills W. H. Furr sold five fat bogs to Mr. for constipation and liver and bowe Sweeney Morgan for 83.50 per hundred, lm troubles. F. P. Frisbie. Mr. John Siler has returned from Jessamine county sportsmen want a Indiana, but will go back in a few days game law for rabbits. ... .Miss Annie Clouse who has been Dr. H. H. Haden, Summit, Ala. visiting her brother, Mr. Jacob Clouse, Mrs. says: "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure returned home last week. is a splendid medicine. I prrscribed Cormney and daughter, Lucy, visited Miss it, and my confidence in it grows witbot Mr. J. F. Cook's Sunday continued use." It digests what you Myrtle Cook and little, brother Jessie eat and quickly cures dyspepsia and spent Sunday with their uncle, Ebb Indigestion, 7. P. Frisbie. lm Cook. 1 H H H M jjgjj r t Toilet Articles and Books. DRUGGIST If SUNDRIES, m m Complete stock of M m m PURE DRUGS H m H M H & W H If m H IJLLAM'TnUT H DANVILLE, KY. M M m m m H A BOON TO MANKIND! D" TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE Bm IrEifctt fuXXLs CURE A New Discovery lor the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by mail, 75 cents; Bottles, so Cents. jmF.INimSltoFNlfttr, - - MMfc bb Stmt SLUMS. STORMES DRTTO STORE, m i IS! m '''''' ' '' ' ' ..... ! ; . . . UNPRECE CLOTH HiG, DE N T E SHOES, D IS OUR Bia SALE OF m OVERCOATS. FINE UNDERWEAR 1 a 1 00)00000000)0000)00)00)00000000b00 Our Special Sale.Suits andOvereoats, Has Proven Very Popular, and Crowds our Store Daily. in Prices and Quality that You Would Get in the Big Cities. LET TJS PROVE THIS ASSERTION. m m i We give you Same Advantages 1 EH E3 m. 1 El We GUARANTEE SATISFACTION in every sale we make, and will not only refund the money but pay your expenses back to our store if goods are not exactly as represented. 000000000000000000000000000000 COME m i EH 1 Ei. i J.L.Frohman&Co. THE GLOBE, Danville,Ky. Dunlap In Alaaka. We know you cannot find a'prettier We have an interesting letter from or handsomer line of Dress Goods, Will Dunlap, writing from Fort Gib-ba- Capes, Cloaks and trimnings than Alaska, which will appear in next that now shown at Joseph's. iesue. Chamberlain's Fain Balm Cures Others. "Why Not You. My wife has been using Chamberlain's Pain Balm, with good results, Ei3fgJiri:gfin?MflM When you need something GOOD, something FRESH and TEMPTING, no use G.nerally The Case, Hancock Clarion: Fortune has to look all over town, just call to see TJS, we have it. knocked twice at a Hawesville man's We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES door both times he was out attending to some other man's business. in Lancaster. Get some freshflowers for your girl Our Motto! High Class Goods, Low Cash Prices and to wear to the tlieater from W. H. Grubbs, agent forjHonaker, the Flor- Courteous Treatment. Miss Pearl Huffman, who has been the charming guest of Miss Lena Rogers tor the past two weeks, return$ WORE fcOCAfc. THURSDAY November 1G,I809 ed to her home in Danville Sunday. Lexington Leader: Miss Bettie Anderson will go over to Lancaster Boys, just come and see our new this week to visit her parents, and AgOOT PEOPfcE. $ will probably take her Thanksgiving high top shoes, our new over coats and our pretty neck wear, Jennings &Co at home. Paint Lick; Mrs. Jno. E. Stormes entertained Farm Wanted. Mrs. Susan Price is in Danville vis- the Social and Industrial Club WedAs agent, I will trade desirable iting relatives. nesday afternoon. This club has a town property for a farm. M. D. Mr. J. X. Dunn, of Bryantsville. was good attendance and all take an inter Hughes. est in the work. here yesterday. Ladl ft Lace Handkerchief Lost. Lexington Leader: Mrs. B. M. Dr. Harry Finnie, of Nashville, was At Court nouse Tuesday night. Burdett, who went to Germantown Liberal reward for return to The in this city Monday. Wednesday with the body of her husRecord office. Lou Myers 4s visiting Miss Sallie band, will remain with her mother, relatives in Danville. Mrs Walton, for some days. For Sale, fourteen nice sugar yearMrs. Robert Kinnaird and Miss Nell sugar Cash Pumphrey, who has a position ling mules and nine t Marrs were in Danville last week. at the Lakeland Asylum, has been mare mules broke to work. Will sell Mrs. J. Drye, of Hustonville, is with given a promotion to a larger and more in pairs if desired. Mrs. Dr. Wesley for a few days. Nixon Perkins, Marksbury, Ky. responsible place. His Lancaster Mr. W. Shugars and daughter, Miss friends rejoice in his good luck. On Hallowene my large gate was reLillie, spent Sunday in McKinney. Miss HennTish and Mr. Dexter moved and all search for it has been Miss Hare, of Jessamine, is visiting Ballou were married Wednesday even- futile. Will those who removed gate her sister, Mrs. McClelland Johnston. ing at 8 o'clock at the home of the please return it, or at least place it bride in Stanford. Both parties are where it can be found, as my yard is Mr. Ral Goddard, of Knoxville, was well known and visited this city fre- open to stock. Mrs. Dr. O'Neail Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rice's guest Sun- quently. Thb Record extends conFire! Fire!! Fire!!! day. gratulations. Build your fires with Coal bought of Ernest G. Brown has recovered sufA pretty girl asks us to print the W. B. Moss & Co. It is the best, ficiently from his recent illness to take following: makes the hottest fires, weighed on a drive. A certain young man, living not Fairbanks Standard Scales. Good very far from town, has the big" head coal, good weight, why not buy from Miss Rella Arnold attended the CENTRAL RECORD. WE HAVE IT. i for a lame shoulder 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 is almost well. Adolph L. Millett, N. H:, For sale by R. E. McRoberts, ' Druggist. lm Our line of Cloaks is attracting much favorable comment, and we liave sold more of them this seasonthan we expected to. We have a lovly line on hand yet and can give you bargains which we know you cannptduplieate.' that has pained ist, Lexington. J. JOSEPH. The biggest line of mens,vomens and childrens underwear ever brought to Paint Lick, in union suits and seperate pieces. Ladies fleeced vests and pants at 15c up. Mens at 25c up. Come and see. R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick. Ballou-Fis- h wedding tried the other day to see if his head The most sensible Thanksgiving go in a half bushel, but finding Mrs. William Price and son, Will- would missed it by a foot or more, and if proclamation we have seen is that of iam, of Danville, have been visiting it it keeps on increasing, every one else Gov. Bradley. Here it is in full: Mrs. Martha Frisbie. November 30, 1899, is hereby desigwill have to stay out of town, especnated and recommended as a day of Miss Edna Scott, of Mt. Hebron, ially on Saturday evenings. thanksgiving and prayer. visited Misses Lena and Jennie Regers hands Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Lusk and Miss May Z. Hughes are in Louisville visiting Mr. Robert Hughes and wife. Mrs. E. W. Harris and son, George spent Sunday with Mr. Randolph Harris and wife, in McKinney. Livingston Colonel: Jim Adams was out from Garrard county Monday, a guest at the River Mansion. Mrs. Henry Faulconer is in Richmond with her husband, who is holding a very successful meeting. Miss Susie Hilton and Lester Hilton, of Brodhead, are guests of their sister, Miss Bertha, at R. H. Batson's. Messrs. Homer Baughman and day. Miss Annie Royston has has been Au- at Stanford so bad We understood thor Vanwinkle, of Danville, visited Mr. and Mrs. John S. Baughmtn Mon- quite ill this week of tonsilites and is unable to have charge of her classes in the Graded School. One of the most enjoyable entertainments of this season was the Phantom party given by Miss Annie Austin last Friday evening. ' A Faint Lick Enterprise. Adams' Fistula Salve,, put up ' by Adams & Fish, Paint Lick,-i- s meeting with ready sale every where. Persons who have used it say it's a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula, Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargein A friend of The Record ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on Ninety-SecoMile Stone. the following: "Uncle Harvey" Yantis celebrated a written guarantee, and money reOne of the nicest home weddings of his ninety-secon- d birthday Monday. funded if not as represented. For sale the season was that of Miss MaeWard A large ,' number of the relatives were by R. E. McRoberts Lancaster. and Mr. M. G. Clark, at the home of For Hor Killing. father, Mr. Milton Ward, Benge & Miller have constructed Rev. Robinson officiating. The bride s slaughter pens and are preis a handsome and attractive young pared to kill and dress your hogs or lady, while the groom, a son of 3Ir. cattle at reasonable figures. The pens Jas. Clark, is a worthy young man. are located at end of Totten avenue Those present were Messrs W. B. and are in every particular. Jarvis, Jas. Bob and Len Clark, Jas. Have your meat killed where it can be and Bruce Arnold, Will and Ben Leav-elproperly handled and by expert hands. Henry Patterson and Sam Long, Misses Margaret Patterson, Dorcas Susie Leavell, Nellie and Sallie Lobs Wear, Low Prices, Good Its Clark, Nellie and Hattte Arnold and I can name many old customers who Nannie Jennings, of. Point Leavell. will state that their suits have been Iinmedlatel afteft the ceremony all satisfactory in long wear, in prices repaired to the dining room where an and in fits. Of course errors are made excellent supper was served. About by everybody, but thejTare easily corten o'clock the crowd dispersed reportrected, anl we make as few errors as ing a good time and wishing the bride any one, and we guarantee a 'fit. We have studied measure blanks and have and groom a long and happy life. fit irregular men. One of my houses gives a splendid hat with asult or an If you have sore throat, soreness across the back or side, or your lungs present and an elegant dinner served. overcoat. Boys get a camera with feel sore or tender, or you are threat- Mr. Yantis is one of the most highly each suit. Uniform prices and small ened with diphtheria or pneumonia, respected citizens in the county, and profits; Excellent suits or overcoats, apply BALLARD'S SNOW LINI- has always been one of her foremost $7. to 830. Boys Suits, cut and made MENT externallly, and use COUS-SEN'- men. Tub Record joins many friends to measure, $4.50 to $12.50. Young HONEY OF TAR. C C & J in hoping that he may live to see manv men can save in this line. M. D. Hughes, Agt. lm more birthdays. E Stormes. . s first-clasl, , that he was us? ad S Graded School Tax. The 1899 tax is past due. Please call and settle and save being asked for it. "Am I Too Late?" The penalty will certainly be added to If we could publish all the copy and all unpaid taxes. ads brought to us on Wednesday and E. W. Harris, Collector. tf. Thursday, after we are "made up", we would send out a paper as large as the Town Lots In Bryantsville for Sale. Sunday Enquire. Its unreasonable to Will sell privately two lots, with expect a country office to keep several dwellings. Apply to J. X. Dunn or hands idle for five days to work one. myself at Bryantsville ?or particulars. Its like people expecting barber shops tf Jas. Hills. to keep four or five men to work Wed nesdays and Sundays, or a livery stable Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan- to feed a herd of horses all week for ville Steam laundry. Work shipped Sunday driving. and received daily. Shirt waists a specialty. Office at T. Curreys grocery Augutt Flower. store. tf. "It is a surprising fact," says Prof. Houton, "that in my travels in all parts The Death of B. Itt. Burdett. of the world, for the last the years, I A brief mention was made in last is- have met more people, having' used sue of the sudden deatffbf Col. Ben M. Green's August Flower than any other Burdett, which occurred at Lexington. remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver Mr. Burdett was a citizen of Lancas- and stomach, and for constipation. I ter for many years, and the town nev- find for tourists and salesmen, or for er had a more thrif- persons filling office positions, where ty man in her borders. He was a law headaches and general bad feelings partner of the lamented Judge Mike from Irregular habits exist, that H: Owsley, and the two practiced here Green's August Flower is a grand until Judge Owsley went on the cir- remedy. It does not injure the syscuit court bench. While Mr. Burdett tem by frequent use, and is excellent was devoted to his law practice, yet for sour stomachs and indigestion." he gave much time and study to im- Sample bottles free at J E Stormes' provements for the town, and was al- Drug Store. Sold by dealers in all ways at the head of any proposed ad- civilized countries. vancement. It was he who did much Take Warning! work toward establishing Garrard All indebted in anyway to myself or College, and a large sum of the money to build that handsome institution J. G. Sweeney, must call and settle or was raised by him. He was a safe and I will place same in hands of an officer careful lawyer, and stood by his cli- for collection. J. W. Sweeney. ent's interests to the last. Asa friend, Everybody Delighted. Mr. Burdett was true, and he was alA large crowd heard Spillman Biggs, ways ready to help anyone who was in at the court house, on Tuesday night trouble. If he met with business re- and the continuous applause evinced verses, he would not stop to worry the manner in which his lecture was over it, but would push ahead with re- appreciated. His subject, "Musical newed energy. He, was the kind of Fits and Misfits," furnished material citizen who worked unceasingly for for an abundance of humor. He will bis town's interests, and never did he appear here again on Dec. 21, and his pull back or throw cold water upon subject will be "The Funny Side of any move for the people' Interests. Life." Everybody was, also, de'lght- He was not one of the rule or ruin ed with the music furnished by Mr. kind, but worked faithfully in any Kimbrough, who will also return m harness the people chose, to place up- December. on him. He was never a well man, but seldom complained. He moved to Florida in search of health, but thj and use Chamberlain's Colic Cholera change proved for the worse. He and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of leaves a widow, residing in Lexington, the stomach and all unnatural loose who has deeep sympathy from many ness of the bowels. It always cures. Lancaster and Garrard county friends. For sale by E. E. McRoberts. lyr public-spirited,Kcap-Qalet FULLER & SYMPSON. The New Railroad. (Danville Advocate.) The proposition to extend the Louisville Southern Railway to Jellico is neither dead nor dying. The election excitement served to draw publicattention in another direction, but Captain Mable and his men are pushing rapidly southward and hope to complete their present survey by Thanksgiving Day. In spite of predictions to the contrary the "insurmountable" difficulties through Lincoln county have been surmounted. The line run through that'eounty is pronounced admirable in all respects. The Advocate was this morning in communication with Mr. J. S. Hocker, of Stanford, .vho is taking a lively interest in this enterprise. He has It directly from Capt. Mable that the line already surveyed is not only feasible, but desireable. This line leaves Stanford from the water works and goes to Hale's Well. It crosses Hall's Gap by running around thefootof a knob and through two small tunnels. Another small tunnel Is necessary before reaching Cox's Gap. From Cox's Gap the line runs along Line Creek to the main survey, which it intersects at Leavell Green. Line Creek is the line beeween Rockcastle and Pulaski counties. This line is pronounced by Capt. as being a most excellent and satisfactory one. The three tunnels contemplated put together are not over one thousand feet, or an average of three hundred and thirty-thre- e feet each, and the highest grade is not over fifty-fiv- e feet to the mile. The profiles so far made by Capt.Ma- ble have been forwarded to Chief Engineer Wells, who will not visit Stanford very soon, as anticipated. The reason for his not coming is that the survey down Line Creek was recently gone over by him in person. Mr. nocker talks enthusiastically about the piospects of the road being nunc, ana ne ininKS tnat u Ujyle and Lincoln counties put their shoulders to the wheel, it would be run this way. ins important,, inereiore, tnat tne people around here keep fully alive to the importance and demands of th situation and be ready to meet all oiw wnen ine umecomes. GENERAL NEWS. Good Watches Absolateljr Free. Tennessee lost $100,000 worth of cat We want your name for PASTIME, a bright Vice President Hobart continues to months before c Friend, beginning six clean, illustrated story and humorous paper tle last year by the Texas cattle fever. improve. flnement She felt perfectly well up to a RepreseiitinE Followina Companies for the family circle, 16 large pages, only 75c a John S. Baughman sold, to B. G. Bourbon county claims to have a few hours before thff"baby was born, and year; on trial t months, 10c. We give a nlckle was In labor less thuftwo hours. She had Fox, ,)f Danville, a bay gelding for dog which climbs trees. silver watch to each subscriber, a neat med Tt.nrt.ifirfftllvdiceststhefood and aids morning sickness, no headache, no disno Aetna, Will ium size watch, guaranteed for oih reconThe Republicans will contest the $100. tressing tightness, no swollen or rising Nature in strengthening and Queen, keep time for many years as accur uely as a digestive or breasts. Her baby was strong and the pic-- - structing the exhausted municipal election at Middlesboro. " At a public sale in Bourbon county we give Gold Watches, Bicy $100 watch And Palatine, gans, it is tne latest aiBcuvereuuigesu-an- t ire of health. few days ago, 400 bushels of wheat cles, etc. Sample and particulars free. Send War between Japan and Russia ove National, Motker'm Friend is the only rem- can and tonic. itNo other preparation us your address if you do no more, we inemciency. London sold for 65 cts. per bushel and a lot of approach in control of Corea is regarded at edy known which relieves the expectan Hartford, will surprise you. Better enclose 5 stamps for permanently cures hemp seed sold at 95 cts. mothers. It is a liniment to be applied ex stantly relieves and as probable. RS stamps for watch and trial subscription, or Deleware, come from Dyspepsia, Mercer Notes: J. D. Adkinson ternally. Nothing but harm cansuch times Flatulence, Indigestion, Heartburn, One of the most valuable timber in paper, while the watche? are going free. The Josh McAlister was accidentally Sour Stomach. Nausea, taking medicine internally a Milwaukee, PASTIME Pub. Co.. Louisville, Ky. lyr. county while fooling the great northwest, the red cedar, purchased thirty barrels of corn at All internal preparations said to relieve com SicKHeadache,tta8traigia,uramp3,auu shot in Scott Bonta lng mothers are not only humbugs, bu all otner results or lmpeneciaigesuuu. Conneticut, grows to a maximum height of 300 $1.50 per barrel, in the field with an old pistol. co tDicajjw. , Prepared by E. C MWitt Bros, have bought 75 steers averaging positively dangerous. and a diameter of 14 feet. Doa't SuSer, The Bleetropolse Continental, A company has been formed to de- feet, F. P. Frisbie; Mother's Friend costs $1 a bottle at Cures all diseases without the use os medi Glens Falls, The copper mines of upper Michigan about 800 pounds, of different east Rowan velop gas and oil interests of druggists, or you can send to cine. A pure Oxygen treatment, by abjorp are now giving employment to 13,551 Mercer farmers at 4i cents a pound. . . . county. German American, tion. It enres where everything else falls It Eight head of horses changed hands Tbe Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga men. is needed In every family, for it will i elieve evPhenix of Brooklyn, The Court of Appeals decided that at John I Vanarsdall's stable Monday, ery weakness or ailment, to the most persistent Judga H. C. Eversole must vacate the It will not be a surprise to any who at prices ranging from $35 to $75 per New York Underwriters, chronic disease, and without the use of a grain An Omaha satistician places the corn are at all familar with the good qual Clay Circuit Court district bench. of medicine. Thousands of people all over the Liverpool & London & Globe. head. . . .Moore & Stephenson sold sev- crop of Nebraska for 1899 at the snug of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, enty head of United States, from private citizens to Law Gov. Gen. Brooke .has issued a proc- ities fat hogs averaging two total of 224,125,000 bushels, making it North British & Mercantile yers, Doctors, Preachers, Supreme Judges. Ed to know that people everywhere take lamation naminsr November 30 as a hundred lbs. at $3.60 per hundred.... a close second to Kansas. itors, etc.. even Crowned Heads of Europe have pleasure in relating their experience day of thanksgiving in Cuba. At the public sale of Mr. John A. Aetna Life Ins. Co.9fHartrori.Con given written testimonials of these facts. Book The highest price paid for a suckling in the use of that splendid medicine of testimonials, and matter of great interest A report comes from Manila that and in telling of the benefit they have Huguely, deceased, near Burgln, mule colt this season' was for one sold with price of instruments sent free. Every famAguinaldo and his army are surround- - received from it, of bad colds it has property sold as follows: Mules and by Joe Ware to Frank James, of Har ily should have an Electropoise; it saves monhorses brought from $30 to $60 per rodsburg, Ky., for $75. It was by National Convention Woman's and FIBE ani LIFE INSUBANCE ey, induces health. Send your address at once ed'by the Americans. cured, of threatened attacks of pneu head; cows averaged about $32.50 per Y. W. C, Ass'n, Memphis, Tenn and see what people say who have thoroughly Kentucky Gentleman. Constipation means the accumula inonia it has averted and of the chil tested its merits. Agents wanted. THE $15.50 tion of waste matter that should be dren it has saved from attacks of croup head; several calves at3 cents each; a The Shorthorn cattle sale at Mann November 5, 1899. ELECTROPOISE Co., 513 4th St., Louisville a pound; SPEBIGHELD discharged daily, and unless this is and whooping cough. It is a grand, yoke of oxen brought Pentecostal Alliance Convention, & Fuhrman's stable in this city thirtyKy. lyr. thirty-siacres of hemp sold for $30.25 Nashville Tenn., November 7, 1899 done the foul matter is absorbed and trood medicine. For sale by R. E. Mc- three brought ,an average of $97.27. per acre. Harrodsburg Democrat. AND MARINE FIEE poisons the system. Use HERBINE Roberts, Druggist. Annual Conference Alabama M. E. Paris News. lm Resident of Lima Thinks of KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS to bring about regularity of the bowels Rural free mail delivery proves so Church, Birmingham, (Pratt City) For Hoarseness. INSURANCE COMPANY. Foler's Kidney Cure. Price 50cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm popular where it is being tried, and is 1899. (From points in Geo. A Pontins,. Upper Sandusky, O, Ala., Dec. Tennessee only.) Dick Horton was beaten with so satisfactory to the Department I have been troubled a great deal writes: I have been using Foley's Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst fence rail by his stepson, Henry Lind that it is to be largely'and rapidly ex EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO with backache, I was induced to try Honey and Tar for sore throat and say, at Oleoak, Barren county. tended. of Pythias, meets every Friday Foley's Kedney Cure, and one bottle hoarseness and find it the best remedy Too much politics is interfering OF NEW YOK. Daniel Smith, of Garfield, Ky. entirely releived me. I gladly recom I ever tried. It stopped the Cough All persons having claims against with the extension of the rural free claims to own the loom on which Nan mend it to any one, especially my immediately and relieved all soreness of the late Mrs. A. B. Walker will'the estate night in Masonic hall. All visfile them delivery mail service in Kentucky. lm properly verified, with me or W. I. Williams cy ITanks, the mother of Abraham friends among the train men, who are C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Robinson &HamiItoD iting Knights are fraternally invitattorney, Lancaster, Ky., on or before Dec. 1st, Bobby Walthour, of Alanta, broke Lincoln, used to do weaving for neigh usually similarly afflicted, Geo. H. 1899. J. J. Walker. Adm.r of PAINT LICK. the world's professional paced bicycle boring fam lies in her youth. Hausan, Engineer on L. E. & W. R.R. Office ovei Post Office. Mrs. A. B. Walker. ed. Ed Bishop, C. C. record for five, ten and fifteen miles. lm There has never been a time in the C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Kentucky Lancaster, Burnam & Rucker have bought a 50 Friends of Gerald T. Finn, who was past five years when good rams and Jonas Weil shipped 300 export cat . barrel Roller Mill Berry, Ky. They J. S. Haselden, K.R.& S at elected to the Legislature Tuesday in ewes are as scarce as they are now, es tle Friday and will ship 300 more to will take possession at once, and ex Simpson county, are booming him for pecially in this true of the fine wool day. They averaged 1,425 pounds, and pect to do considerable repairing, and NOTARY PUBLIC, Speaker of the House. sheep. cost an average of 5 cts. J. Snllivan, when ready for operation Mr. I. C, B. The natural gas supply in Indiana is A. H. Thuaness, Mrg. Wills Creek agent for Sulzberger & Schwartzchild, Rucker or his son John, will run the BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY giving out and the Dieterich Syndicate Coal Co,, Buffalo, Ohio, writes: purchased 165 head of export cattle, business. To wagons we sel 1 have been affected with Kidney averaging 1,400 at 5 cents, of the fol has obandoned its plants in the small Lani Snverjor ani Aptfo Mr. John L. Rucker and family left ATTORNEY AT LAW and Bladder trouble for years, passing lowing parties: Chas. Meng, 80; Wm. er towns. good Lump uoal Berry, Monday. We regret very lUc a for James K. Porter, 23, Williamsburg, gravel or stones, accompanied by ex Jones, 55; Frank Walls, 30. They will hpuch to lose this excellent family. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO bushel yards for the AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. was killed by the accidental discharge cruciating pains. Other medicines be shipped the first of the week ParMessrs. Burnam & Rucker-wi- ll still After is Kentuckian. climbing a fence only gave temporary releif. of his shotgun while present. sun their mill at this place. Options on Farms wanted. Honey Infant mortality is something taking Foley's Kidney Cure, the re xne measuring rany at jw ew nope was surprising. doses A few loaned on Frst Class Ileal Estate. die be' suit frightful. Nearly We have also a full line all other coals In Mccreary. was quite a success, realizing about fine started the brick d fore they reach one year, le stones, etc. ana now dust, little pain eluding two grades of cannel.three sizes of An $40. nave no before AGENT FOR fore they are five, and thracite, Woolridge, Jellico, Paint Rock, Bry Several of our Paint Lick citizens they are fifteen! The timely use of across my Kidneys and feel like a new Alex Walker went to Cincinnati ant Bros. Fire Creek, Smithing, and Hay, man. Foley's Kidney Cure has done with a load of hogs the first of the .week. failed to go to the election. BUT WE HAVE A WHITE'S CREAM VFRMIFUGE Co. Life Corn, Oats, Cow Feed. Salt, Lime. Cement, $1000 worth of good. C. C. & J. E. La Rue Simpson was at home Sun Raymond Myall Beazley, infant son would save a majority of these prec me Patent Plaster. Sand and Manufactured Ice. Stormes. lm day on a visit, from Wilmore. of Mr and Mrs R M Beazley, has been ious lives. Price 25cts. C C & J DANVILLE ICE & COAL CO. Water charged with carbonic acid Clarence .Wearren went to Lexing- very ill, lm. Stormes. W. S. GLORE, Mgr. Free. On behalf of Admiral Dewey and gas, in other words, soda water, is now ton the latter part of last week on THE Yard, C. 8. Depot, Telephcne 24 Town of his officers and men, Washington at- prescribed as a paltiative for hunger, business. The latest county maps of Kentucky fice and Factory, 3d St., Telephone 151. is slowly imploveing and Tennessee will be furnished free torneys have asked the court of claims especially for the abnormal sense of Squire Burton TO SELECT NATIONAL BANK from his wounds received election day. to tne scnools or Garrard (Jo., on ap to find that the amount of bounty hunger due to the disease. says "The One writer truthfully due tuem is $382,300. Miss Stella Broaddus, who has been plication of teacher or School Trustees Joseph Enders, a Paducah railroad scarcity and high price of beef is what quite sick with fever is some better to R. E. McRoberts. ( SURPLUS. CAPITAL engineer, aged thirty-twshot and has brought many a good liver to eat ....Mrs. Lucy Simpson and Mrs. W. Two more weddings in Loweil this we are prepared to please you OF fioo,oo.oo I f2O,0OO.O. killed his sweetheart, Miss Dora Shy mutton." K, Warner are visiting friends and week.... Dr. CE. Poyntz headed the .a Just at this season of the year. relatives at Bourne.... Mr. and Mrs. cotillion at Mr. Bob Brown's hop both in style and price. "5 fir. er, and then blew out his own brains, LANCASTER, KY. The couple had quarreled and the wo breedeis should look well to their Tom Turner and Mrs. Silas Turner of Friday night. . . .Messrs. J B Parks, man had evaded him foi several days. sheep, especially the ewes. Keep up Madison visited relatives here last B Ely and A "K Walker have gone to If you are suffering from drowsi their condition by the best care and week Mrs. Alex Walker and Miss Estill Springs to attend the National Jennie Hardin visited in Lancaster Fox Hunt, No. 3. ness'in the day time, irritability of attention. A. R.DiNirr. President. The highest price paid for a suck Wednesday and attended the Baptist Mr. R M Beazley has completed his temper, sleepless nights, general dc Jko. E. Stokmm, Vice President. colt this season was for one meeting in progress there. bility, headache, and general want of new residence and will move in soon tone of the system, use HERBINE. sold by Joe Ware to Frank James, of 8. C. Denny, Cashier. ....Mr Shearer and family, of Paint He Fooled the Surgeons, You will get relief and finally a cure Harrodsburg, for $75. Lick Creek, are now occupying the I. F. Robikson. Jr.. E. T. Em bry. All doctors told Renick Hamilton,of Dr. Nichol's property. Dun'tRlik Your Life. Price 50cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm r Ass't Cash'r. Many of your friends, or people West Jefferson, O., after sufferiug 18 What a Well Known Railroad Man and The Blue Grass Nurseries offer How to Prevent A Cold. Dr. John F. Jessee, a prominent whom you know of have contracted months from Rectal Fjstual, he would everything for Orchard, Lawn and DIRECTORS After exposure or when you feel a Garden. Full stock of physician of Shelby county, was shot consumption, pneumonia or other die unless a costly operation was perFruit and from ambush and seriously wounded fatal diseases by neglect of a simple formed; bnthe cured himself with five cold coming on take a dose of Foley's Sam I.D.Cochran Jas Spllman, by an unknown person while on the cold or cough. Foley's Honey and boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the Honey and Tar. It never fails and Ornamental Trees, Grapes, Small Alex. R. Denny. A. C.Robinson. Tar, a Safe cure and pleasant cough surest Pile cure on Eartn, and the best will prevent Pneumonia or Consump- Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, and way to visit a patient in the country. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, medicine, would have saved them. It Salve in the World. 25 cents a box tion iftaken in time. C. C. & J. E. everything kept in such an estab J. H. Bridges, Editor "Democrat, Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. Stormes. hshment. We employ no agents J no. S Stormes, lm Lancaster, N. H., says: "One minute is guaranteed. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Descriptive catalogue on applica Rotary Motion and cough cure is the best remedy for tion to croup I ever used." Immediately re H. F. HILLENMEYER. lieves and cures, colds, croup, asthma pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe and all Phone 279, Lexington, Ky WE BRING TO YOU throat and lung troubles. It prevents Piney Forests of Norwav From consumption. F.P. Frisbie. lm Used by British Soldier 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, he from Vryburg, Bechuanaland, 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 For case it proved most beneficial." sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist.lm A Virginia Motherss Dyspepsia Kodol R. KINNAIRD, e Purchasing Write to' Cozine & Co'a Agency, Louisville. Ky.. for any thing you want to bay. Yoa can save big money. Infor- mation free. lyr. Cure INSURANCE. Digests what yon eat. it Queen & Crescent aasrS ROUTE 18-223-2- x NOTICE. Igts , J. X- DUNN 6. SWI1BR0AD, will at at our one-thirlf one-ha- l THE SEASON IS GETTING IATE Supeib ;New York In's. Line of Hats M, Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. 10--- o, Mil D. TIL1ET ling-mul- TREES! TREES Ball Bearings. WAITED! the W. tendent of the Cincinnati Southern at Lexington, Ky., has been transferred to Cincinnati, where he will represent President Samuel Spencer, who was recently placed at the head of this road. Col. A. E. Boone, the promoter of the Black Diamond railway, was arres ted at Dover, Ky., charged with open ing a desk and takeing some valuable papers of the late James N. Boyd, then President of the Dover branch of the J. lLLLLKllapiKiaIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBw Murphy, formerly Superin Nature's MOST Natural Remedy Improved by Science to a PLEASANT, PERMANENT, For Coujha, Cofcb, and Jkfliiy, SALE & FEED STABLE LANCASTER, KY. We make special Attention our of Sliraoli, spnt, Lancaster. Agents to solicit subscriptions for the AMERICAN STOCK FARM, and LIVE STOCK. Most liberal commissions allowed. Write for terms. Sample copies free. Address Kentucky Stock Farm Publishing Co., Lexington, Ky. POSITIVE CURE Tube, proposed Black Diamond system. Col Boone was held to answer in 8L000 bond. Thousands of men and women suf fer from piles, especially women with female weakness have this suffering to contend with in addition to their other pains. TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will quickly effect a cure. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes 75 cts. C C & J E Stormes, lm Circulars have been sent out by number of railroad managers asking that all the roads unite in asking an other years' extension of time for equipping freight cars with and automatic couplers. A strong appeal to Congress will be made and it is probable that the extension will be granted in view of the scarcity of cars. Miss Emma Kincaid, whose home is a short distance west of Owingsville, while in a fit of laughter, fell senseles' to the floor. Two doe tors were summoned, who after investigation, discovered that the young woman had burst a blood vessel on the brain. She is still in a serious condition, but is thought to be improving. Tbe Appetite of a Goat. Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomacand liver are out of orbeKAll such should know that Dr. King's New Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appe tite, sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that berfec't ileal th and great energy. Only 25 cents at any Dm l Inflamed SiiCkcs of the Imp and Bronchial The Uelinealov IS THE Dr. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HON- EY lungs are exhilarated, the The sore, weary cough-wor- n microbe hearing mucus is cut out, the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough And is issued by the Famous Fashion Pnblishers, The Butterick Publishing Co. (Limited), at 7 to 17 West Thirteenth Street, New York rate of $1.00 for a year's Subscription, r 15 Nice combined horses always on at the remarkably lew cents per copy. hand for sale. " Of all Family Magazines it is the Great Caterer to Domestic Needs, and can be recommended for its cheapness, usefulness, beauty, freshnes, and utility. SALE STABLE. W. B. BURTON ORGANIZED 188S. A COLD! A COUGH! CONSUMPTION! U X fears Mlil for one year. Find it a splendid remedy and rood seller. Sold are bottles to Miss Bulla Howell, of this place, who was considered to hare coawassstios. Sha Is bow ia good health. J rT. Gussux, Druggist, GfSJttsfeurg, 111. taken with violent coughing spells at Bight. Dr. Bell'a Is the only preparation I have found that will relfsre her. I think it la necessary ia the household. B. L. Jamb, My little drasbter has bom ml to aevere col da sad croup, and oftem X ksva been seriously affected lor .tweatyfiye yesrs with a cough sad psias ia xnjr side sad breast that wars causing me a miserable life. I spent hundreds of dollars with doctors sad for medicine, bat ererything failed until I need Dr. Bell'a tea world, It beats recommendaad has sared my life. I "Dr. Bell's Fiae- to ere ry body with weak longs. It is arest success. J. B. Sossau,, Orantsbarg, 111. PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, OF LAXOABTEK. Dr. R. Goldstein, 544, L. F. HUBBLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND KEAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER. KY TMrty-Thonsan- FT. Fourth Ave. KENTUCKY, Capital. Surplus Fund $50,000 10,000 LOUISVILLE, d H flaH .emalafea BEWARE! Honey you get as big In buying Dr. Bell's Pine-TDottie ana more aoses tot 25c man. you oo or any other, but tbe druggist's profit is less. ar busixjhs soucmn. otnfal svd Pretmyt AttcttmawurMitMtf Will be at Gilcher Hotel, Danville, on Thursday Novr. 30, and at StAsaph Hotel, Stanford, Friday, Dec 1st, returning one day each month. Eyes examined and. Glasses scientifically adjusted. Acres Val- uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in Sout.-Eastr- n Kentucky. Special Bargains in Blua Grass Farms. EDUCATION 7 i J. X. HiMnraonuic Unrxs T; Uutjua. B. t. Kubmv W. O. . PimHw 1 Caiiiei Awlitant Cash'i ...BookkMpe KSEmttJWBE. HlWPGJslMP sVSsrf) Vsbs(1bHbv to Wjr Whtoai to Binnrr gm CD. Wiini DIRXCTORB: dr. BELL'S PINE -TAR - HONEY abtolntelT necessary to tbe yonn man or young woman who would wla success in life. This being conceded very front rank K ia of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the A BUSINESS THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLE, KY. COLLEGE J.X.BiMimoTKAK, Unru T Liaysu, T.X.ABBOW J.g.JOXMO. Store. At McRoberts' Drug Store, Lancaster. H.CAuroLB, Jm. B.F.Hcmo. BOOK-KEEPIN- UU.QIIM, J.J.WALKM Jacob Y. Kobihsom. SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHY. Seven experienced teachers, each oae a specialist 1b hia lino uradnatea o: a beaHtifal promineBtpoait fcyoBFRK.