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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l TENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ku as Second Class Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 23 1899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR z YFjhlat LAND RAM a 1 M h- r- I ht ttoth Cq rf You Will Find The The Acme o f Perfection CALL and SEE THEM Our Line of JACKETS and WRAPS are going out fast Bur ry Up or you will miss a Bargain We have just received an other LARGE SHIPMENT ofUNDERWEAR You will find our sizes ample now LOGAN COMPANY I J 3 Shoes J3IL Chu1rens J 1 C c 4 I QUEEN QUALITY y Ladles Misse alld i i Ii r sy S3 syz LANCASTER AND Q 4 VICINITY CvCXY0440 444444400464040044Od00004440444 in Monday is court day Lard cans and sausage mills HASELDEN Sterling Silver Spoons desert Get 2 Ibs Golden Glory starch or 5c this week at the Blue Grass Grocery Co Also ask to see the new stock of sweet and sour pickels If you want fresh oysters the very best quality call on Hunley Singleton He handles them and will appreciate your trade Leave your order and have them delivered promptly Remember Tlil When you speak for reserved seats they are marked off and saved for you It is not right to expect the manager to concel an order on the night of the entertainment He could have sold these seats to other parties and is out that much if you fail to take them Hereafter those ordering seats must pay for them whether used or not performers two big bands one Grand Symphony Orchestra comedians galore and every bright big act known to is included in the program of Wrights Original Nashville combined with Gideons Big Minstrel Carnival two mammoth minstrel shows consolidated into one Opera House Lancaster Nov 23 Eld C E Powell Resigns Eld Chas E Powell has tendered his resignation as pastor of the local Christian church and will return to his former home Ocala Fla During his stay in Lancaster he has made many warm friends and formedstrong- ties with our people He is a young man of sterling ability and his ser mons are deep and instructive TIlE RECORD joins many in wishing him success through life He will preach his last sermon Sunday night Circuit Court The November term of the Garrard circuit court convenes Monday Clerk Hamilton tells us the dockets are as follows 28 appearances equity cases 14 Commonwealth cases Three are to be tried for murder They are Bill McCoy for killing Whitehead at Dripping Springs ten years ago Gil for killing Burton at Paint Lick and Virgil Mullins for killing Fry at Bryantsville The term is three weeks but not all the time will be consumed A False Report An idle rumor was started yesterday to the effect that the minstrel troupe to play here tomorrow night was not of the best character and notthe place for ladies Manager Fissihger could not afford to permit such a show and the report is entirely without a frun dation For fear some might think the story true he telegraphed the manager of the Paris opera house where they played last night and this answer Nashville good Perfectly chaste Any lady can attend Signed S G Bar Mgr IHuB meeting Sunday The W C T invite the citizens of Lancaster and vicinity to attend a Mass Meeting at the Court House at oclock next Sunday afternoon Nove m er 26th for the purpose of arousing public sentiment on the duties and responsibilities of Citizenship and to circulate a petition to be presented to the Con gress of the United States asking for the rejection and expulsion of the Polygamous Mormon Brigham H Roberts as a member of that body Short addresses will be made bj the different clergymen and other prom inset citizens good music will be fur nished and the public is earnestly re quested to attend By order of the The coming of the famous Wrights Original Nashville Students with Gideons Big Minstrel Carnival will a gala event to all lovers of good bright wholesome minstrelsy This popular attraction will appear at the Opera House Lan caster one night only Friday Nov 24th and promises to prove the fun festival of the season Everywhere the large dliies where it appears theatres are filled to overflowing and the press speak Jn the most glowing of the excellent performance the merit of the many big acts presented Fortyfive of the best colored entertainers in minstrelsy at every performance and good rollicking fun runs riot for three solid hours The Nashville Students and The Occidental Quartette furnish the most beautiful of rendering sweet Southern melodies and fifteen natural colored comedians create uproarious merriment with their bright uptodate ideas of humor Slack wire walkers jugglers tumblers acrobats and a score of other varied features are included in the enjoyable programme A bill music for the performance and two Peerless Bands appear In the Street parade that is given every day 10 tear J R t 1 and table at Morrow McR erts 45 popular concert minstrelsy Students 13 lis Prattler received Students U American W C T U combined prove a appear Glee Club music Symphony furnishes the j 0 i S e d Fy er to One more Sensation Golden Glory Finest starch made 2 Ibs for 5c this week at the Blue Grass Grocery Co I will take corn wheat barley hay or anything in that line for neye or or second hand buggies wagons etc W J ROMANS Dr Goldstein will be in Danville on next Thursday the 30th and Stanford the following Dec 1 He will not visit Lancaster for some days and those wanting glasses will do well to drive over and see him For Rent A well improved farm of 69 acres on White Lick in Garrard county Good house etc Splendid grass Call on undersigned for particulars tf W McC JOHNSTON Barrel salt at Gaines Best fresh oysters in town at T Our styles are correct in cloaks J See our Honest Mike boot LOGAN ROBINSON I have a lot of firstclass baled i hay for sale J Rom s County Clerk Duncan was asked if there was anything of interest going on in his this week No a thing But I caught the string of fish the other day you ever saw One the report had fled To Our Correspondents We will print TIlE RECORD a day earlier next week and will be much obliged if you will send your favors accordingly We have an invitation eat a square meal with a friend and expect to accept it if it causes the suspension of the paper Changes Make Up The Lincoln Democrat has been changed to a seven column folio the same as this paper The change is a good one The Democrat is a rattling good paper and shows careful study and energy on the part of its hustling They have purchased the Corbin paper and moved its type etc to their Stanford oflice Malting It Interesting The K P lodge has introduced plan to make the meetings more interesting After completing its work some brother is on the program for a talk Last meeting night Joe Robinson gave a splendid talk which was much enjoyed aid next week Chancelor Commander Ed will entertain the brethren in a sim ilar manner The lodge will not meet night as all are going to the minstrels About The Railroad Harry Giovannoli of the Advocate and Jno Bright of Stanford are still building the new railroad through Danville and Stanford They have the ties and rails down and it is a that if they work hard they will get through those Lincoln county hills some time in the year 2000 Our arbitrator has not been in the field for several days but the matter will be in shape by the time Mr Spencer says ready In the mean time Harry and John can content themselves by to get over those hills the use of a flying machine A Fine Production Although the plasterer the painter and the decorator are yet to do their part on the Garrard Opera House the building was opened to amusement lovers Tuesdav night when Mr Por ter J White presented Faust The owners owners of the house have met with many delays and disappointments since they began work and it seems that as stated in their card Fate has been against them The scenery had not arrived the furnaces were not in the walls not plastered and many more annoyances were in the way to making the opening what they would have liked to have it But Mr Whites is company carries special scenery to gether with his electric effects and the show was far superior toanything ever given in this part of the state The part ofMephisto the spirit of evil was taken by Mr White who played the role in splendid style Frank MacDonald took the part of Faust while Marguerite was ably rep renented in Miss Olga Verne The company is far ahead of any seen in small towns it was the accident that Manager Kissinger se cured them The scenery was as beautiful as is seen in the city theaters the electric effects being perfect The audience which was made up of some of the best people in this section was highly pleased with the performance felt so amply repaid that they were willing to overlook the condition of the building and thank the management for its successful en deavour to them the best entertainments on the road el ir it Curreys JO ll V prettiest wasbut machinery anew BishopS expected figuring hON without and band unfinished very C W sorties oa 1 office snot owners tomorrow D dive lr d fir i w to is a at tic ty in on by go Bring TimE RECORD its dollar Mon day and help us get a Thanksgiving turkey Lard cans sausage mills lard and butcher knives Prices the lowest J R HASELDEN Harrodsburg has adopted the stock pen ordinance Nearly all the towns are doing likewise and the stock men are pleased with it They may find a few growlers but the majority of traders like the pens A anled All kinds of zinc lead old ledgers rubber shoes hides pelts tallow beeswax ginseng and yellowroot WiJI pay extreme market Price for all kinds produce H B NOKTHCOTT We are too busy opening Christmas goods to write any locals this week They are coming the car load This year we will all future displays Everything thats new handsome and for the J C TrfoMrsoN the jeweler Chance of Your Life The offer made by Fuller Sympson sell their stock of Queensware at cost has been accepted by many de lighted patrons The sale closes Dec 15th They have tea sets toilet sets lamps glassware and dinner sets in great variety all uptodate and hand Ladies gloves at Josep STONE Morrow McRoberts are opening their holiday goods Hunters report quail scarce but they somtimes talk like fishermen Joe Waters of the Lincoln Demo crat says he has a printer in his that never swears Now this state is one of three things The printer is a dummy he is a new hand at the business or Joe is talking thro his hat Swearing In a country as necessary as is a blowoff valve to steam engine or a compass to a ship sea Come Joseph thou shouldest not so prevaricate A silly rumor was started by some of the rubbernecks who hated to see the new buildings go up that the show was given before the house was in order to raise money to push the work This is a lie as the the entire amount needed now on deposit and will pay when the work is finished There are some curious people in this old world sure i v Sensational Arrests at Stanford J MAlverson of the Interior oflice R L Hubble a farmer and J Embry son of a leading citizen were arrested at Stanford by United States Marshal Short Wednesday morning and admitted to bail in 1500 each to appear before the United States Court to answer an felony in connection with the election in which they were officers Picks Up His House and Walks We mentioned some time since that colored man in Lancaster had a dwelling house on wheels Last week the owner of the land upon which it stood notified the occupant that he must move A pair of mules were the china ware put in a safe place and the domicile was drawn through the streets to another loca The owner says he has moved several times and all the trouble is the moving of the dishes The house is about twenty feet long and fifteen feet wide Itrests on four iron wheels Mr Walker Contests Lewis L Walker republican candi date for representative ofGarrardcpun Monday filed a contest against his opponent Mr Ray The grounds are the alleged throwing out of two republican votes in the county bunches of forty to sixty at the va rious precincts in the county as muti lated ballots that these ballots were burned despite the claims of the election officers that they should be held as contested ballots It asked that the whole West Park precinct in Lancaster be thrown out account of alleged failure to main tain the secret ballot It is claimed that illegal voters who voted for Ray allowed to vote and legal voters who would have Toted for Walker were not allowed to vote It is also claimed that the democratic election commissioners displayed rank parti sanship in failing to appoint the list list of election officers recommended the republican county committee and offered by the republican mem ber and substituting a man of their own choosing thereby depriving the republican party of proper representa tion at the polls The contest will be decided by the legislature who selects lot a committee to pass upon such cases The democrats claim ttat they have grounds for throwing out the en tire vote of Paint Lick and Buckeye Every lath of ground will be contest and a lively fight is expected YANTEDCar load Jew sr presses copper inby ss a holidays some oice oice completed company has promptly Journal indictment- for secured experienced hundred 1 fi i ns and Iro S metal brass C n i republican were f- i m at at Ladies see Cloaks at Jo sephs Fresh oysters received daily at Faulconer Herndon We have fresh on hand all the time Faulconer Herndon V Farmrrtt Bring on yourold iron and get the advance H B Northcott Big candle lighting Saturday at 8 a Dout forget 2 lbs starch for 5c BLUE GUOCEKY Co Bronze Gobblers for Same Fullblooded fine ones A few for sale at 2 A W KAVANAUOII nov93t Preach Sunday Rev Lapsey McKee Jr will preach at the Presbyterian church next morning I A degree team from Stanford will initiate six candidates into the Odd Fellows lodge Monday night On Dec 1 Dr W S Beazley will move his attics to rooms over Dr Kin nairds office Bookout property Dan vine street tf Brick corner storeroom with dry cellar under the bailning and the best location in Lancaster For particulars call on or address Dr I S Wesley has moved to the property on Richmond street immedi ately below the Baptist church known as the Gen Landram place Mr J Fleece Robinson is moving into the Fisher property vacated by Dr Wes ley on Lexington steet Increased inter The Baptist meeting is growing in interest and increases Sunday night the people crowded into the aisles and its hard to get a seat anv of the night services Rev Bows preaching is highly complimented Quite a number have united with the church A Heavy Loss Mr J A Beazley lost one of his fine hearse horses Tuesday night from The animal was a very large and handsome dapple gray and was worth two hundred dollars Mr Beazley is anxious to replace the horse once and any person having one of this description will do well to see him vegetables GRASS Will Sunday Lancaster For Ren JU IIEJIPIIILL lit theatten lance distemper the vely C ant Queensware at cost at Fuller Sympsons In ladies shoes we can the most fastidious See our The furnaces have arrived and been put in the opera house so there will no lack of heat Friday night I will take steps against those me if debts tot paid at once This business mustXe closed up and I mean what I say G S GAINES Next Saturday and Sunday there will be quarterly meeting at the liedodist church Rev F S Pollitt will preach Saturday at 1030 a m Immc diately after which will be held the quarterly conference Rev IolHtt will also preach Sunday morning and evening We regret that lack of space our publishing an interesting letter from Will Dunlap who is in Alaska with Uncle Sams troops Mrs Ross mother ofMrs A II Bastin of this city died at Crab Orchard Sunday morning and was buried there Monday The deceased was one of the most prominent and influential women in that section and leaves many friends and relatives to mourn her loss Glass Fronts Ordered Messrs J C Hemphill and J A Beazley ordered two handsome or glass fronts which they will keep for hire Mr Beazley will use them in connection with his un dertaking business This will prove a paying investment as vehicles of that kind are badly needed The young gentlemen hustlers and are ready to help keep their town uptodate Hugh Logan calls the carriages marrying wagons The Wrights Orginal Nashville Students combined with Gideons Big Minstrel Carnival that appears at the Opera House one night only Friday Nov 24th represents more than a mere description can give to appreciate it it much be seen 45 talented colored performers are in its roster 15 big specialty acts are presented minstrel features of the best variety old and new are offered and a feast of fun without the least suggestion of vulgarity is prom ised Opera House Lancaster Friday Nov 24 More local on page 3 please EPH I prevents carriages are included C line owing are always We Are Crowing Over having such a splendid line of Cooking and Heating Stoves Our patrons NEVER ENTER CONTEST as our Prices and Goods always please them COMPLETE RETURNS show us far in the lead kinds of Stoves Grates Mantles to keep off winters chilly blasts R HASELDEi withall andeverything J Bangbman Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets JXOTHAYS JIHAUIITOX J Attorneys and Counsel ors at Law LANCASTER KY Beazley Funeral Directors JFRO I o Hays Hamilton Robinson 1 ju XA 5y V5J r ej Autuifl 4 A IS THE CORRECT NAME FOR OUR New Style Fall SUITS Bring your critical with you and tell usyou think of these Suits we are selling at 5 10 12 and 15 They are just a little better just a little newera little Somthing that makes them more desirable you get elsewhere WE HAVE A A GREAT STOCK of OVERCOATS Top Coats Dress Coats listers In fact everything that goes to make up a plete of prices on them are the lowest Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods For Everybody LOGAN ROBINSON f t jqJJfffi Wf lil Wlg JW l 7Jf t t d ft 0 J i L fC p fl i b Htt b 4 4 f Z i 1 Beauties as Q Q coin YS I NpSSOI sp NHNN o000 0 0o0og9o004 4ohoe400000 I ZZ I Y wf rwvv j CENTRAL RECORD KVIRY TTEKK BY LOUIS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY tYRHS JDVAHCB SIX MOUTHS 50- TBSKE LOO 25 f INONt Ysaa 4L i THURSDAY November23 STRONG fights are being made by women folks to prevent the seating of Congressmanelect Roberts of Utah They want him cast out because he has an oversupply of wives They are taking a wrong view of the matter Any man who is game enough and has the back bone to live with more than one woman is entitled to the plaudits of the nation for his bravery Think of the nerve required to the shock when twenty pair of cold heels are shoved against his shins at night or the melody of twenty sweet voices ringing out to know why he is late getting home or twenty soft hands pat his cheek and ask for a new calico dress We think he is entitled to much more honor for gallantry in battle than is Dewey WHEN Sam Jones was in Lancaster he described the gubernatorial as Looking a little like and feeling a little like Goebel This is about the case today No one knows what will be the outcome and it be told until after the state meets at Frankfort The work canvassing the returns from all over Kentucky and issuing certificates the parties elected will likely be gun by the State Election at Frankfort on Monday 27 if all returns have been by that time The State Board will be in session for about a week its meetings being held in the office of the Secretary of State WE are indebted to Bro W P for an invitation to be present at the dedication of the House of Reform which will take place next Tuesday Gov Bradley will take part in the and the program will be quite interesting Mr Walton as one of the commissioners has given a very great amount of time and done much work in establishing these needed and is entitled to the thanks of the people of Kentucky As a rule men appointed to such places take interest in the trust but we know that Mr W has worked diligently in this cause Hes a hand and a half at anything he undertakes present appearances the session of the legislature will be taken up working political wires and the people will be given no benefit whatever But it has been thus for many years The laws passed at the average sessions could be ed passed and signed in a weeks if the members attended only to the business for which they were elected and didnt consume the time pulling political wires PROSPERITY IN BANKKOBBINQ is ahead line in a daily paper This a true assertion Such thieves are never punished and after robbing the depositors of their savings the guilty officials are called insane dismissed from court and left to spend the re mainder of their days enjoying the money If the culprits were to steal a horse instead of dollars they be hung to the nearest tree A LADY switched into our office the other day slammed down a dollar and said You may scratch me off She turned on her heel and was gone be fore we could ask the whys or where fores or whether she wanted the job done with a curry comb or a corncob BEFORE putting the erring children in the new House of Reform it would be a wise move to confine Kentuckys political manipulators therein for a few years though the walls at Frankfort would be much more appro priate BRO JIM ALLEN of the Cynthiana Democrat says its a peculiar circum stance but nevertheless true that the average womans waist is thirty around Jim must have had a pic nic in ascertaining this fact JUDGING from the many reported maneuvers of Gov Bradley Col Col Her and Roger Williams it will take the official count to tell what they are up to IT seems that the Boers have tied a knot in the British lions tail and have a downhill pull It will take a good many British bayonets to untie I the knot TWENTY hands armed with needle and thread ought to keep the buttons sewed on Congressman Roberts pants pretty well THE latest from the Fox Hunters meeting says it will take the official count to determine the best dog in the pack IT will take the official count for Agufnaldo to tell where he is at Free of Charge Any adult suffering from a cold set tied on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who will call at J E Stormes drug store will be presented with a sample bot tie of Boscbee German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given to one person and none to children without order from parents ard withstand situation cannot b Commissioners November received Walton exercises institutions little approaching inches 99 Tay PRO ft w t r t I to hi PAINT LICK Miss Grace Tudor has a position the store of R L Jennings Co Fish Co have bought in and Madison about 1000 turkeys which they paid 5c per lb Parks has returned home the big hunt in Estill county reports a fine time J T Palmer of Point Leaven received a good lot of tobacco at Galloway barn for which he paid 5i R N Beazley and family have mov ed in their new house and have ceived a great deal of tobacco at warehouse for which he paid from to 6 cents You never know what form of poison will follow constipation the liver clean by using DeW itts tie Early Risers and you will trouble They are famous little pills for constipation and liver and troubles F P Frisbie Lm The Chrysanthemum show young ladies had at Old Paint Lick in the Masonic lodge room was a success and they realized a good of money Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains the stomach and all unnatural loose ness of the bowels It always cures by R E McRoberts lyr McCREARY Born to the wife of B F Broaddus- of a bouncing boy on the 15th inst Fat shoats are changing hands at 3c of the neighborhood are reported as follows Miss Stella Broad dus remains quite sick with fever Little George Naylor is a very sick child at his home on Sugar Creek M Hardin is no better at this writing Mrs Dan Anderson and pretty little daughter Miss Lucretia of Point Leavell are visiting Mrs B F Broaddus for Hoarseneai Geo A Pontins Upper Sandusky O writes I have been using Foleys Honey and Tar for sore throat and hoarseness and find it the best remedy ever tried It stopped the Cough immediately and relieved all soreness C C J E Stormes 1m FLATWOODS James Miller bought a mule from Frank Gross for 20 James Worrell traded two calves to James Miller for a mule James Miller sold a calf to James Worrell for 12 Mrs Docty Spangler and brother Willie spent Saturday night and Sun day and Sunday niaht at W H Furrs There was preaching at Lawsons There will be preaching at Good Hope next Saturday and Sunday by How to Prevent A Cold exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never fails and prevent Pneumonia or Consump if taken in time C C J E Stormes 1m the pastor Rev Pike SWEENEY Morgan bought of Sile Anderson 15 cattle at 340 per hundred Salt at S Morgans at 190 per bbl Died on Sunday morning at five oclock John Holtzclaw at the home of his sister Mrs Mary E Rigsby at ter two weeks of intense suffering The funeral services were conducted by Rev R B Mahoney at ten oclock Monday His body was laid to rest in the burying grounds of the Ashlocks He was a dutiful son an affectionate brother and a consistent church He knew that his earthly pil grimage was drawing to a close but he viewed with trusting faith the sweet home beyond this vale of tears where a dear good mother sisters and brother awaits his coming He said 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 R E McRoberts 10 6t he was willing to go when God called him it is hard to realize the sad truth that death has claimed him that we shall see no more his pleasant countenance or hear his kind words He realized from childhood that life was but a short journey to the grave know with him all is well and while his loved ones and friends hearts are flowing with grief and your homes are so desolate without yet tis comforting to know that we can go to him although he can not to us Cheer up dear ones and grieve not for the departed one remember your loss is his gain May God comfort the sorrowing and teach them Thy will 0 done f by British SoIdUn 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 nought a quantity ef Cham berlains Colic Cholera afid Diarrhoea Remedy which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint and it had given to my men and in every C case it proved most bendcial For sale by R E McRoberts we era j a J B fro m to Gc 5 lorFor sale I poundbe pastime isAfter IdS member Free coins tosay n Used Druggist S 8 Garr fox bl K a ho Cho cs k d Fill on Lobe f in NINA Morris Ross sold his farm in Spoon vill to a Mr Short of Roekcastlecoun ty for 3000 per acre means the 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 Price 50cts C C J E Stormes 1m Dave Stevens and children of Swen ny was the guest of Mrs Emily M Prewitt of this place Saturday Sunday Next Sunday is church meeting day at Freedsm The peo pie of this section will spend day at Freedom church Ira Partin of your city is expected to be with us and preach morning and evening Dinner on the ground and time is expected so come every body that wants a day of rejoicing I for one who has given the secret ballot way of voting some study have to say give the old vive voce way of voting but still use the 50 feet dis ne Dont Rlik Your Life Many of your friends or people whom you know of have contracted consumption pneumonia or other fatal diseases by neglect of a simple or cough Foleys Honey and a Safe cure and pleasant cough medicine would have saved them It is guaranteed C C J E Stormes tance and not allow more than three to enter the room at one time as is the law at present Make it a against the seller and not the of a vote say five years and things will move off in good style and no one will be simple enought to offer to sell his vote but if he does let it be his last time for a term of years I have suggested the above to a number of voters of both political sides and every man has agreed with me so let the ball begin to roll and keep it a rolling unto that end We should also have the register system in the country and small towns as well as the cities which will tend to keep many a man from swearing a lie to get to vote and then let us have quite and peacable elec tion from now until some othar unfair means are dug up by smart tricksters such as we now have operating in the good old state of Kentucky Chamberlains Pain Balm Cure Other Why Not You My wife has been using 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 is almost well Adolph L Millett For sale by R E Druggist 1m MARKSBURY Several weddings are reported in this community in the near future TI Herring sold a lot of fat hogs to Bright Herring for 3 15 per hundred Mr C A Robinson is erecting a very neat tenant house on his farm Rev B A Copass will preach at Pleasant Grove church Thanksgiving day Mrs M F Rout has the most collection fo chrysanthemums in this vicinity Miss Tine Johnson of Marcellus is visiting friends in this community Miss Katie Moore returned Sunday from a very pleasant visit at Danville Mrs Joe Hendrickson has return ed from a visit to relatives in He Fooled the Surgeons All doctors told Renick Hamilton of West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistual he would die unless a costly operation was per formed cured himself with five boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Eartn and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist PREACHERSVILLE Levy Belle will move back to W P soon Sam Ballard is building a new on the land he bought of Sol Rigsby Corn is selling here for L75 to 2 00 per barrel The sale of Mr Debord was well at tended and most everything sold well Fat hogs brought 415 Two mule colts brought 58 F F Cummins bought a horse from Richard Robinson for 35 J S Pettus sold his corn to Beazley Bros of Stanford for 175 in the crib The turkey men have receiving turkeys here for three or fonr days D M Anderson bought 35 nice year ling steers at Stanford for 3Jc A C Siler has gone to the in search of stock Billy Debord will start to Illinois this week and Mike Kennedy will move to Debord place Arthur Lunceford is going to Texas to make his future home James Kennedy who has been at work for the railroad company at Corbin has returned home Mr Samp Cummins mdde a bus George Miller and sister Miss Scott was visiting at James Miller Monday J F Payne and wife was visiting at Rowland Sunday Mr Fox and family of Danville was vis his brothers family Mr Jesse Fox last week Miss Ida Mullins a was visiting Miss Addie Cummins Sunday n t be forConstipation accumulation md he and- re Thanksgiving Bro- Od ep good thecome ofcold Chamberlains N H beautiful Lexington but he payidg 6c mountains fuses to Corbin last week Mrs E bow S buy DicRobe ho been trid Bow fi its use S 1 i a el Pony Beazley sold a nice saddle gel ding to Bayles of Madison for 400 Hudson bought the trotter Eagle Flannigan for 2100 at the Hedges Seaman sale at New York In the Soudan the horses are shod with sacks made of camels skin Australia horseshoes have been tried of cowhide Messrs Collins Walker have leas ed the Richmond fair grounds and will train their fancy saddle horses and roadsters over the track if you are suffering from drowsi ness in the day time irritability of temper sleepless nights general de bility headache and general want of tone of the system use HERBINE You will get relief and finally a cure Price 50cts C C J E Stormes 1m A turkey hen belonging in Pleasant Valley Pa which disappeared during the summer has returned with brood of two young turkeeys and quail One the advantages in raising ducks is that they are much more in dependent than almost any other class of fowls and as they do not crowd close together as chickens are easier to raise in brooders Geo Noland Rockland 0 says wife had piles forty years Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the best salve in America Itheals everything and cures all skin disease F P Frisbie 1m It is well to know that any strong pungent smell will keep away moths A mixture of cloves cinnamon orris root and other fragrant things may be substituted for camphor preparations with less disagreeable after effects Chamberlains 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 Bonta Bros sold 30000 pounds of tobacco Monday to D B Terhune at six dollars per hundred Charles has also purchased 35000 pounds during the past ten days at from five dollars to seven dollars and eightysev en cents per pound Harrodsburg Democrat Breck Bonta bought five hundred barrels corn last week at 150 per barrel delivered Lee Smock one hundred good ewes of J W Redford of Boyle for 5 per herd Harrodsburg Democrat Lancaster N H says One minute cough cure best remedy lieves and cures colds croup asthma pneumonia bronchitis grippe and all throat and lung troubles It prevents consumption Frisbie 1m DANVILLE Eng lish reported 400 or 500 cattle on the market but the market a quarter to half cent off He sold 15 yearlings for J W Allen at 2423 short two yearolds for same 2750 24 of the same kind for Will Cheek Burksville 28 77 for Will Kenney at 361 25 steer calves for Wm Hudson Colum bia 19 a lot of common yearling heifers at 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 TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will quickly effect a cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts C C J E Stormes 1m There are 850000 men in the world who gain a livelihood chiefly by fishing making an annnal catch of 225 worth of fish tor each man The fisheries of the United States supply eight hun dred thousand pound annually and those of Europe 1800000 pounds You will not be sorry for hearing be fore judgeing for thinking before judging for thinking before speaking for holding an angry tongue for stop ping the ear to a talebearer for dis believing most of the ill reports for being kind to the distressed for doing good to all men for asking pardon fqp all wrongs for speakldg evil of no one for being courteous to allThe Outlook Dr H H Haden Summit Ala says I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a splendid medicine I prrscribed it and my confidence in it grows with continued use It digests what you eat and quickly cures dyspepsia and indigestion F P Frisbie 1m Some months ago certain people predicted the end of the horse breed ing business on account of the use of electricity and autombiles but the more horses are wanted just the demand for firstclass horses is so great that buyers are hunting the country over in search of good ones and enable to find them Farmers one thing the horse is a sta pie article has come to say and will g always be in good demand therefore breed some good ones If you have sore throat soreness across the back or side or your lungs feel sore or tender or you are threat apply BALLARDS SNOW externallly and use COUS SENS HONEY OF TAR J 1m The mule market In the Western states is just now on a boom While Kansas City recently we saw dreds of mules in thestables at the awaiting inspection from representative of the English gov ernment These mules will no doubt used In the army There were C en cn 3 M ore elsScott of nemy D RobI- nson of purchased J H Bridges Editor Democrat is the croup I over used Immediately FP COURTCaptain 15Advocate remember with diphtheria or pneumonia LINIMENT C C Stormes FI- at hun S m now ed stockyards t arc w many excellent ones in the pens They were in good flesh and those we no tired closely were in fine condition We believe there is good money in raising Farmer For burns cuts bruises lacerations or injuries of any description HAL LARDS SNOW LINIMENT is a sov ereign remedy It never fails to do good and so promptly that its wonder ful curative properties frequently create surprise Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m LINCOLN K Christian bought about 5200 turkeys at Gc on foot J W Perrin has bought several lots of new corn at 175 deliv ered J C Hays sold to Silas Ander son 28 yearlings at 1650 Robert Adams bought in Boyle and Marion a bunch of yearlings at 4c I S Phil lips sold to S Morgan a bunch of 1000 pound cattle at 3fc Bedell Chance lor is delivering a lot of corn to J H Baughman c at 175 Judge John W Hughes of Mercer sold to Clel Coleman 83 steers at tic and 32 hogs at 3c Journal Infant mortality is something frightful Nearly onequarter die be fore they reach one year onethird be they are five and onehalf before they are fifteen The timelv use of WHITES CREAM VFRMIFUGE would save a majority of these prec ious lives Price 25cts C C J E Stormes 1m advance in foreign ing the last thirty days has had the effect of cleaning up all of the old hemp in Kentucky week Mr W J Laughridge purchased the last in Central Kentucky from Messrs Bankin Clemmons Len Tucker and Theodore Richardson amounting in all to something over 150000 pounds The price was private but it is to be considerably over 5 With all of the old hemp out of the way the new crop which will begin coming on the market about the middle of February will come on a bare market which should enable farmers to a good price for their crops now in the stack The hemp in Kentucky has not yet been so completely bought up in Kentucky since 1895 in which year there was not a pound of hemp carried over either by farmers or deal ers Lexington Herald It will not be a surprise to any who are at all familar with the good of Chamberlains 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 it has averted and of the it has saved from attacksof croup and whooping cough It is a grand good medicine For sale by R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m STANFORD NOTES THE RECORD is in receipt of the following Weil two loads of J S Owsleys cattle 1400 Ibs at 5c car load from Doty at same price 3 cars from Will Beck 4ic were a little dull court day extra feeders sold for 469 to 420 to quality E T Pence sold to Tom Traylor 20 yearlings at 420 E P Wood bought of Hudson twenty extra calves at 23 por head Cobb Lillards shorthorn cattle sold well the 30 head brought 14625 per head some of them were calves lard Bros sale plain feeders sold at 398 plain yearling sold at 380 about eighty yearlings and 2yearold heifers sold from 25 to 30 per head Mules from 65 to 115 per dead Farm at 60 per acre Tom McRob erts and Sons of Boyle sold to Kidd of Clark 84 cattle 1426 lbs at 3ic A friend in need is a friend indeed That is exactly what Chamberlains Cough Remedy is It is the mothers 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 R Mc Roberts druggist 1m Dr John Witherspoon aged seventy dIed at Lawrenceburg Saturday No throat or lung remedy ever had such a sale as Boschees German Syr up in all parts of the civilised world Twenty years ago millions of bottles given away and your druggists will tell you its success was marvelous It is really the only Throat and Remedy generally endorsed clans One 75 cent bottle will cure prove its value Sold by dealers in all civilized countries Secretary Long says the report that he will resign from the Cabinet is un founded 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 a box of Banner Salve which I applied two or three times and my hands be to get better In a short time they were entirely cured C C J E Stormes 1m Senator C C McChords majority over Capt H S Irwin for Railroad Commissioner is over 1500 Well Kaown Railroad MSB ai A Resident of Lima Think of Foler Kldaey I have been troubled a great deal with backache I was induced to try Kedney Cure and one bottle entirely releiyed me I gladly recom mend it to say one especially my among the train who are usually similarly afflicted Geo H Hausan Engineer on L E W ER C J E Stormes 1m mulesIndiana NOTESJ Inhas soThe fibe This understood secure qualities pneumonia children at ttc according At Lil withdrawn were by What cure afore a cro So Lu play a friends mOn P tie nor FROM ECZEMA N1 fn Not attention i often paid to tli first symptoms of Eczema but it is not the little redness begins to itch and burn This is but the beginning and willllUllllg 01 unendurableroughness and redness of the skin aa merely a local irritation it is but an indica of a humor in the terribleEczema which is more than and can not be reached by local applications of ointments salves etc applied to the surface Thethe real cause of the trouble is in the blood although all sufferingthrough the skin the only way to reach is throughthe blood Mr Phil of Miiersville Ind writes Z I had Eczema thirty years and after a great deal of treatment my was so raw and sore that it gave me andbeganyears I have suffered untold agony and had given all hope of ever being free from disease as have treated some of the best physicians and have taken many blood medicines all vain With littlefaith to take S S S and it apparently made the Eczema worse but I knew that was theway the remedy got rid of the Continuing 8 S sore healed up entirely the clear and smooth and I was perfectly L Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by a remedy which ifonly a tonic Swifts Specific S S S FOR THE BLOODIs superior to other blood remedies because it cures disease which they cannot reach It goes to the bottom to the cause of the the worst case of Eczema no matter what other treatment has failed I is Poison Cancer Tetter Rheumatism Open Sores Ulcers etc Insistupon 8 S S nothing can take its place 9 Books on will be mailed free to any address by Swiftcine Company Atlanta Georgia v 4 PAINTS ALL KINDS Window Glass ALL SIZES NOW IS THE TIME TO IJUy AT R E MCROBERTS dri STT This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky haying been recently equipped with Marvelous Anasiimate 71 The new discovery in optical science Iwish to say to the Ladies that These Lenses FLATTER Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould 9 ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to the most Elaborate Paintings among the lot is the New French fK FLEURDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices A We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office 1 H WE INVITE OUR FRIENDS TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES gi- ii in Bin i mumiiii nII Complete stock of PURE DRUGS LILLARD STOUT DANVILLE KY A BOON TO MANKIND D TABLERS BUCKEYE j i AS BEEF Torture Equal the much long and 6 This earful Disease s bloodof i T Jones diseaseand curs the blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash or any other mineral never fails to sure Eczema Contagious Blood i OOlUOt rflu 110 I ijjf DDIIIDOODDaiOOI I II I I 11 I II ID Fox f CANVI mJ J The esJ f t f I S Ira Toilet Articles and Books oooooooooooooooooooooooooo S i lJ lf i KlNDSOOSCHOOLXBOOKi 1ilJllttCltC qt RAW I urDin produces le i n b Spas aeeeeeeeeeee e eeeueoeeeeee o THE s ee eMeveeovot3M ooooooo 1 G ZZery loo Q Q p Q 0 t Q I PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure o INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILEs WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS 311 liri Ml ST UtJAMES DIll LIlt DRUG feSiMPduIL STORMES STORE i 1- F IS SALE OP OurSpecial anduver Has Proven Very Popular and Crowds our Store Daily We give you Same Advantages in Prices and Quality that You Would Get in the Big Cities COME TjIET us THIS J SSSKTIOlNro0o o oooooo o0oo oo eoooooo oo oo oo ooooo oo 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 JLFrohmanCo THE GLOBE Danville 6 n t i Y i5fio fjfaW Z J s J 0jjl UNPRECEDENTED 1 g J OUR BIG n 1J l I OOOOO X Sale Suits o II el PROVE OO I fiJ I 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 rn 8 8 8 m 8 rn m m ill t 1 tf pp f o rJl o OVERCOATS CLOTHING FINE SHOES UDU1EAfl tD fps f fog I 0 o o- ii o- We t Kyp Itar ini rr CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY November 23I89g Mr J G Sweeney is in Casey on business Mrs 3 D Rothwell is in from Springs Miss Rella Arnold is at home again from a visit to Stanford Mrs Hays of Stanford is visiting her sister Mrs Walter Beazley Mrs Uriah Simpson and son John visited friends in Brodhead Sunday Miss Angie Ballou of Stanford has been visiting Mr H M Ballou and Mr and Mrs W K Shugars of were visiting relatives here this week Mrs J Roe Young and children Ossie Helen and Frank have gone to Louisville Col J Fleece Robinson left last Friday for Columbus Ga to spend the winter Mrs Susan Fisher and Miss Sue Herring have returned from a visit to Cincinnati Mrs W R Cook has been the guest of her mother Mrs J W Poor of BryantsvilleDr was called to Mt Vernon Saturday to see his brother who is very ill They dont grow prettier girls than those composing the Stanford crowd Tuesday night v Mrs Gresham leaves this week for New Jersey She will be by Mrs Vannice B F Hudson and son Shirley have returned from a visit to relatives in Fort Scott Kansas Miss Mattie Elkin gave a handsome dinner Friday in honor of Miss Letitia Brown of Lexington Mrs George Bruce of is visiting her parents Judge and Mrs Ephrian Brown Miss Bettie Monday for Owensboro where she will spend the winter with Mrs W M Bogle Nicholasville Journal Miss Alta Bettis of Lancaster has been the guest of Miss Emma Johnson Middlesboro News Mrs W O Parks left Thursday night for a visit to her former home in Lancaster x Captain Wm Herndon has returned from a visit to Estill Springs and re Sports the hounds still ahead of the fox large crowd of Danville people r CUT lECFhE 8 Dripping family McKinney Massachusetts Millerleft t 1 t d ooa oa- A b J J3 4d4040 40rr I i F r it a e of C witnessed Faust Tuesday night We were unable to get their names in the crowd Mrs Sam Woldridge and daughter Miss Mary left Sunday for Harrods burg having been called to the of a relative Mrs Jno E Stormes Miss Eugenia Bush and Maggie Tomlinson attended the Chrysanthemum show at Dan vine the past week The Social and Industrial Club met with Misses Nell Marrs and Grace Kinnaird Wednesday afternoon This Club is one of great interest A letter from Rev C M Reid tells the arrival of a girl baby in his home at Kendall Wisconsin He pastor of the Baptist church there Mrs Stowe of California returned to her home Tuesday She was as far as Lexington by Mrs bright little son Eugene Mr Graham Price and wife of Dan inthised by many friends upon his recent electionLexington William McFarland has announced by egram to his relatives here that he has arrived safe in New York City from his trip abroad The girl who comes out plain and bold every once and a while with I cant afford it we are too poor is not a general favorite in society but when she marries she is a great favorite with he The following young people came corn Pearl Burnside Annie Bronaugh Engleman Tevis Carpenter Byrd Givens Jaynie Feland Annie Engle man Bright Messrs Roway Saufley Geo McRoberts Bob Bruce Tom Shanks Barnes Wearen Dr A S Price Jack Beazley and the Jack Rout Only the chronic loafers are talking politics Few people seem to care whos erected or if the whole layout is defeated August Flower It is a surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my travels in all parts of the world for the last the years Ihave met more people having used Greens August Flower than any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stomach and for constipation Ifind for tourists and salesmen or for persons filling office positions where headaches and general bad feelings from irregular habits exist that Greens August Flower is a grand remedy It does not injure the by frequent use and is excellent for sour stomachs and indigestion Sample bottles free at J E Stormes Store Sold by dealers in all civilized countries j W I bedside accompanied Grubbs LeaderCapt tel husbandEx performance Inimitable system and t 1 p 0 in of Go to Logan Robinson for heavy boots and shoes I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at 100 cash m25tf R L ELKIN Try our prices evaporated and apricots at Faulconer Hfcrndon The nicest line of rings ever brought to Lancaster at Morrow McRoberts LORE fcOCAfc H A B Marksbury has broken ground for the erection of a granary near the depot Hog Killing Time Buy your sage black and Cayene pepper and saltpetre at Stormes Drug Store Town Lot In Bryantnvllle for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville or particulars tf JAS HILLS Currey Agents for Dan vine Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at T Curreys grocery store tf For Sale fourteen nice sugar year ling mules and nine twoyearold sugar mare mules broke to work Will sell pairs if desired NIXON PEUKINS Marksbury Ky the Town for 820000 Squire Burton whose injury by a fall was noted in last issue has tiled suit against the city of Lancaster for twenty thousand dollars for injuries received by falling into the cellar at the new hotel building on the night the election Hon R H Tomlin son brought the suit The hotel building was used as a voting place that day and after dark Burton was standing around the building listen ing to the returns The opening he fell into is on the street and was the entrance to the barber shop in hotel Glorious News Comes from Dr D B Cargile of Washita I T He writes Four bot ties of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs 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 thatElectric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tetter liver kidneys and powels ex pets poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents sold by B E McBx berts Druggist i i ail aches larges Sue yObO OOC O 400 4 C C Smith told Gilaarn s he teed 3 Several good second buggies and surreys cheap W J Romins X We handle the celebrated Bootee LOGAN ROBINSON Dr Acton is building a neat on his lot adjoining R II Bat son on Lexington street 21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 nice 750 lb steers Apply to T M Johnston or Sons Tho weather has been very warm so far this winter but when it does change you wjilviieeda cloak Select one at Josephs while he has such a complete line to from Mrs Dollie Brown has taken many orders for the Ladies Home Journal Leave your order with her and it will receive prompt attention 2t Wunaiuukers Idea To discontinue an advertisement says John Wanamaker the largest in the world is like taking down your sign If you want to do business you must let people know it Standing advertisements when fre quegtly changed are better than notices They look more and business like and inspire I would as soon think of business without clerks as without advertising Fire Fire Fire Build your fires with Coal bought of W B Moss Co It is the best makes the hottest fires weighed on Fairbanks Standard Scales Good coal good weight why not buy from us He Got In Frank Pumphrey of this office went to the Opera House Tuesday night and walking up to the doorkeeper said Mr Faust Im the devil of The Reckkerd office and want to git inter this here blamed show He was passed and given a front seat Verily a printing office trains a man up in the way he should go to get through this world Discovered by u Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened itsclutches ubon her and for seven years she its 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 ofus a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for and was so relieved on taking first dose 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 ofShelby Trial tie free atR 13 McRoberts Drugstore r t ha residence For Sale advertiser reading substantial confidence doing withstood severesttests Consumption that C f j t t d Rue elect S that N ix t 1 I Take Warning All indebted in anyway to myself G Sweeney must call and settle or will place same in hands of an officer for collection J W Sweeney 112lm Benjamin lIason Burdett was born in Garrard county sixtytwo years ago His father was Nelson Burdett a prosperous farmer his mother was Amcrcia Samuel both representatives of the tine old Kentucky families whose life influence helped to build up the new State He never had any other home till about twelve years ago when failing health induced him to remove to where he took possession of his property in that locality consisting of an orange grove of fine promise In 1807 Mr Burdett was married to Miss Belle Walton of Germantown Ky who was a devoted companion and helpmeet to him during the vi cissitudes of thirtytwo years She was called upon to receive his last earthly farewell on the morning of the thirtysecond anniversary of their marriage Believing that he would not survive the winter Mr Burdett induced her to dispose of the Florida estate and remove to they took a house and were scarcely settled when a sudden change in the climate produced acute pleuropneu monia from which he died after an illness of four days Friends new and old rallied around them and human love and sympathy softened as far as the blow The remains were taken to the family lot at Germantown Relatives joined the sorrowing group all along the way Appropriate words were said and sung at the last narrow bed and beautiful flowers attested the worth of the departed one Mr Burdett was a leading lawyer at the Lancaster bar for many years He was possessed of fine legal acumen and gathered among his clientage ma ny who proved warm and affectionate friends through life In disposition he was kind and considerate and gentle He was a cheerful agreeable companion never at a loss for the anecdote or the topic of cur rent interest and his memory was a veritable storehouse of local history He versatile in natural gifts a fund of common sense that stood him in service in the daily usages of memory will ever be tenderly revered example was one to emu fated There is no death An angel form Walks oer the earth silenttread And then we call them dead The dear immortal tread For all the boundless universe Is life there are dead j i or- T IN lnElnOIUJM Florida Lexington where possible forbearing was having greathearted Christian He bears our bestloved friends away I LAndrio A FRIEND I I and i WE ITHAVE to look all over town just call to see US we have it We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES n LancasterOur High Class Goods Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment FULLER SYMPSON to Up 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 pains Other medicines only gave temporary releif After taking Foleys Kidney Cure the re suit was surprising A few doses started the brick dust little tine stones etc and now I have no pain across my Kidneys and feel like a Foleys Kidney Cure has done me 1000 worth of good C C J E Stormes 1m lianas All Round Cyntnliiim Democrat Becalm The game is not played out The man who loses his head will lose his stakes There is no necessity for your getting excited It is nothing you Your business will go on just the same There will be the same amount of daily toil thesame worries cares anxieties so far as you are no matter whether Goebel or Taylor or neither or both should be the next governor of Kentucky Why get excited and rend your linen and your heartstrings and your neighbors character Will it profit you one cent Is there honor or emolument for you Not on your life Farmers drive up the cows for the evening milking while the good wife rounds and counts the turkeys get after that porter with a sharp stick and make him hustle out and look carefully to the interest of for of a truth vital interest are at stake Hands all round everybody First couple forward and DO sedo Salute your partner And theband plays on The Appetite of a Goat Isenvied byall poor dyspeptics whose Stomac and liver are orber All such should know thatDr Kings New Life PlUs the wonderful Stomach and Remedy gives a splendid appe great energy Only23 coats at any Dru Store excruciating new- man concerned Businessmen Professional thetruthcontinue out regularbodily i I j I a Our fee returned if we fail one sketch and description of invention will the patentability of same How to a sent Patents secured through us advertised for sate at our expense Patents taken out through us special notice without in THE PATENT RECORD illustrated and widely circulated journal consulted by and Investors Send FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS CO Patent Attorneys Evans Building WASHINGTON D C Garrard House Anv sendin our free concerning sample copy Opera n f FRIDAY EVE NOVEMBER 24 The Original STUDENTS Combined with Gideons Big Direction of Rtisco Holland Carnival S 7 When need something GOOD something FRESH and TEMPTING no use you COMPLETE faultless Institutions in a Mighty Union 2 Big Hands Z Pickaninny DrumCorps Simeon Boiraors 5000 Mm- mm of ARABS TRAVELING IN ITS OWN TRAIN OF PULLMAN CARS 13 COMEDIANS t6 DANCERS 10 SOLO SINGERS 8 BIG OLIO ACTS EVER GIVEN BY ANY MINSTREL 45 MINSTREL STARS 45 Most StemDendollsStreet Parade t SHOW TAKES PLACE DAILY ATNOON TIM r U mm BEFORE BABY IS BOSH A Valuable Little Book of Interest to All Women Sent Prec Every sroman looks forward with feed ings of joy indescribnblo to the one Tent her life com with which all otherspale into in significance How she will fed when hrbabe nestles on iier breast how tweet the name of SIjtheH And 1 r nntkripa i of this event is cloud Riiiitlrcadcf tlv pnlnond dna perof the ordeal so that it is impossi bio to avoid the feeling of foreboding xchieb creeps ov danger aud si oring at rVnt upon a mother can he envivly rvevcn corning c the lcLl3 s v neqd l oko v1 tow r valuable lirjs ltok fore Baby i Burn ly tending mr nil to the BradikU Co Atlanta G This Look contains price Jesa information for ail women urul DC one should fail to send lor it Kent and Kcnscmbnr As the Garrard Opera House has been thrown open tu the pubU it is well to publish tli following ru which are universal Uy coKipIyln with them you viii confer a favur on the other patrons of the house 1 Coaie in after the curtain is up mad require row of to get up and stet into the aisle to Itt you in 2 By all means wcrr a large htt The more feathers ami ribbons tubetter This obstruct the vifv of those behind you but as uethe only one for a seat the stniction of the view of those you cuts no ice When applauding use your feet and to the floor 1 1 sounds well and shows excellent breed lug 4 Between acts disturb your row by getting up aud going out The j may not know you are in the house if you fail to d j this 5 If you have seen the play before tell those about you whats coming next Tell them all about 1t befuiv the show and they will not have to wait to see it filth much trouble for ladies to clean from their skirts 7 After the show stand in the aisle awj carry on a long conversation S Twist about in your seat and rubberneck at everyone that comes in Its good on nerves of those about youBy with the above you obligeA PUBLIC I in n thatthe rVtll woman wh free a entil1 l Be legulit01 the nl ire n b behind i floorIts getout will greatly 1 L noL r kthi ca itii 1coj1 terminates These articles mailed in exchange for lion heads cut from front 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rL l Hantel Clock Alarm Clock ri Box Colored I s i- siiJ TqAV of Crayons For 10 lion heads end a 2c stamp Fine vrax crayons fifteen colors accom Tanied with pictures for Eachcraven wrapped vi th strong to prevent break outline Childs Drawing Book A collection of nice outline with sheets of r tissue paper be S IK children can I trace the beneath thus enjoyment as veil as instruction to the and eye These books andthe box well together There are six different kinds and each drawing bock requires 6 lion heads and a2cent stamp Naval Box Kite The bOX sr kite now so p r Jf inches p long and comes foldcdbut can be spread to American boy and older I also jV v interested lNG pIctures bound e 1f11 form I i ijzrleaes On these the ifmw5 o See itFly celebrated popular wants onc fromLionk ar TJO I I I tisi 4s 4 F I i Ija 5 are r s r sent express for SO Hon heads and 2ccnt when ordering either clock o express office located in your town Ladies Scissors name nearest Office if there fW 1arIyour five inches suitable for cuttin trimming and general household use 12 heads and a 2c stamp Razor Given for 35 lion heeds and a 2cent Rubber Dressing Comb bestEnglish IiIIiIIJiIj For 10 lion heads and n 2cent Length 7 inches full size and weight genuine India rubber Game India Similar to Par v chcsi which has Os V been in east em countries sinceX before the dawn of lU history The illus vv fce shows plan of the game w usual counters dice which people never tire of playing liven for 20 heads and a stamp dressing actv VJ t4 1 Every time you a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something too Dont tobeT Ifj I else THE ABOVE ARE ONLY A FEW OP THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS Another list will shortly appear in this paper Dont miss it The grandest list of premiums ever offered I You LION COFFEE by the vrappar It is n seated padage with the lions head in front It is absolutely pure if the package Is unbroken LION COFFEE is day It leaves the factory now ro I I OIJPJRTAfl MOTIOE for premiums send your letter In envelope orpackage with the If more as lion sent you can cave postage by trimming down the margin Ask your grocer Addreas to the W8CLSW SPffE COil Toledo Ohio t7Y99 r9 It 1 iitr y 3 t JY jwu the same headsare Cure Digests what you eatdigests the food and aids in strengthening and digestive or gans is the latest digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in It in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea imperfectdigestionPrepared F P Erisbie Annual reeting Southern Surgical and Gynecological Assn cw Orleans La December 57 1809 Annual Conference M E Church Memphis Tenn December 511 18U9 From points in Tennessee Annual Conference Alabama M E Church Birmingham Pratt City Ala Dec 712 ISm From points in Tennessee only NOTICE All persons havitigclnlms against the estate of the late Mrs A 15 Walker will file them properly verified with me or Williams attorney Lancaster Ky on or before Dec 1st 1899 J J Walker Admr of Mrs A B Walker J X DUNN 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