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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER Ladies gloves 23, 1899. at Jo- at Queensware Sympson's. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR at cost, at Josep KJVf Stone. 4 LANCASTER AND VICINITy. Monday is court day. Barrel salt Curreys, Our styles are correct in cloaks See our Honest Mike boot. v0 Wanted Car load Bfitfcs and Iron Ladies, see the seph's. Cloaks at Fuller & at Gaines'. in" town Morrow & McRoberts, J e wafers ! are opening their holiday goods. Fresh oysters received Faulconer & Herndon. daily In ladies shoes, we can please the most fastidious. See our line, J. ToErn. The furnaces have arrived and been put in the opera house, so there will no lack of heat Friday night. Lard cans and sausage mills. Best fresh oysters at T. JrR. Haselden. Hunters report quail scarce, but they somtimes talk like fishermen. Bring The Record its dollar Mon day and help us get a Thanksgiving turkey. We have fresh vegetables on hand all the time. Faulconer & ncrndon 1 Sterling Silver Spoons, tea. desert and table at Morrow & McRoJ&erts. J. Joseph. Get 2 lbs. Golden Glory sweet and sour pickels. this week at the Blue Grass Grocery Co. Also ask to see the new stock of starclior 5c Logan first-clas- & Robinson. If you want fresh oysters, the very One more Sensation. best quality, call on Hunley Singleton. "Golden Glory" Finest starch made, He handles them, and will appreciate Leave your order and 2 lbs for 5c this week at the Blue Grass your trade. Grocery Co. have them delivered promptly. Remember Tills. "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. popular performers, two big con Symphony comedians galore, and Orchestra, every bright, big act known to min strelsy, is included in the program of Wright's Original Nashville Stu dents" combined with Gideon's Big Minstrel Carnival", two mammoth minstrel shows consolidated into one. Opera House, Lancaster. Nov. 23. 45. I have a lot of for sale s W. J. Lard cans, sausage mills, lard press es and butcher knives. Prices the baled ihay J. R. Haselden. lowest. Romis cert bands, one Grand You Will Find The fi QUEEN QUALITY" 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, Pla. 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 sermons are deep and instructive. The Record joins many in wishing him success through life, ne will preach his lust 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, 1 3 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-li- s Prather for killingBurton, 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 Shoes! The Acme o f Perfection. CULL and SEE T False Report Our Line of Mies', Misses ai din's JACKETS and WRAPS are going out fast. Hurry Up, or you will miss a Bargain. have just received another LARGE SHIPMENT of UNDERWEAR. You will find our sizes ample now. "We 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 not the place for ladies. Manager Fissihger could not afford to permit such a show, and the report is entirely without a foun dation. For fear some might think the story true, he telegraphed the manager of the Paris opera house, where they played last night, and re ceived this answer: "Nasluille Students good. Perfectly chaste. Any lady can attend." (Signed) S. G. Barlow, Mgr. IHrbk meeting Sunday. The W. C. T. U.-- invite the citizens of Lancaster and vicinity to attend a Mass Meeting at the Court House at 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon, Hove m er 2Cth, for the purpose of arousing public sentiment on the duties and responsibilities of American Citizenship, and to circulate a petition, to be presented to the Congress 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 by the different clergymen, and other prom inent citizens, good music will be fur nished, and the public is earnestly requested to attend. By order of the W. C. T. U. LOGAN DRYGOODS COMPANY The coming of the famous "Wright's Original Nashville Students" com bined with "Gideon's Big Minstrel Carnival" will prove 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 in the large tfTties where it appears, theatres are filled to overflowing and the press speak n the most glowing terms of the excellent performance and the merit of the many big acts Forty-fiv- e presented. of .the best colored entertainers in minstrelsy ap pear at every performance and good rollicking fun runs riot for three solid hours. The Nashville Students Glee Club and The Occidental Quartette furnish the most beautiful of music, rendering sweet Southern melodies, and fifteen natural colored comedians create uproarious merriment with ideas of their bright, humor. Slack wire walkers, iucrarlers. tumblers, acrobats and a score of other varied features are included In the enjoyable programme. A ba Symphony Orchestra furnishes the music ior me penormance ana two Peerless Bands appear In the street parade that is given every day. 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 pens. will take corn, wheat, barley, hay traders like the I or anything in that line for new or Aanted! or second hand buggies, surries,yroad-wagon- s All kinds of metal,brass, zinc, cop- W. J. Romans. etc. ner. lead, old ledirers. rubber shoes, hides, pelts, tallow, bjjeswax, ginseng, Dr. Goldstein will be in Danville on and yellowroot. WiJI pay extreme next Thursday, the 30th and Stanford market price for all kinds produce. 1. He will not the following, Dec. H. B. NOUTnCOTT. visit Lancaster for some days, and those wanting glasses will do well to We are too busy opening Christmas drive over and see him. goods to write any locals this week. They are coming inby the car load. Fur Krnt. A well improved farm of 09 acres on This year we will surpass all future White Lick, in Garrard county. Good displays. Everything that's new, appropriate for the holi house, etc. Splendid grass. Call on handsome and days. J. C. TiioMrsoN, the jeweler. undersigned for particulars, W. McC. Johnston. tf Chance of Your Life. County Clerk Duncan was asked if The offer made by Fuller & Sympson there was anything of interest going to sell their stock of Queensware at on in his oflice this week. "No, sir cost, lias been accepted by many de not a thing. But I caught the pret- lighted patrons. The sale closes Dec. tiest string of fish the other day you 15th. They have tea sets, toilet sets, ever saw. One was" but the report lamps, glassware and dinner sets in and handgreat variety, all er had fled. some. To Our Correspondent. Joe Waters, of the Lincoln Demo We will print The Record a day earlier next week, and will be much crat, says he has a printer in his oflice obliged if you will send your favors that never swears. Now this stateaccordingly. We have an invitation ment is one of three things: The to eat a square meal with a friend, printer is a dummy, he is a new hand and expect to accept it if it causes the at the business, or Joe is talking thro' his hat. Swearing in a country oflice suspension of the paper. is as necessary as is a blow-of- f valve to Changes Make Up. a steam engine, or a compass to a ship The Lincoln Democrat has been at sea. Come, Joseph, thou shouldest changed to a seven column folio, the not so prevaricate. same as this paper. The change is a A silly rumor was smarted by some of good one. The Democrat is a rattling good paper and shows careful study the rubbernecks, who hated to see the and energy on the part of its hustling new buildings go up, that the show owners. They have purchased the was given before the house was comCorbin paper and moved its machine- pleted in order to raise money to push ry, type etc., to their Stanford oflice. the work. This is a lie, as the com pany has the entire amount needed making It Interesting. now on deposit and will pay prompt The K. P. lodge has introduced a ly when the work is finished. There new plan to make the meetings more are some curious people in this old interesting. After completing its world, sure. work, some brother is on the program Sensational Arrests at Stanford. for a talk. Last meeting night, Joe J. M. Alverson, of the Interior Jour Robinson gave a splendid talk, which was much enjoyed, ajid next week nal oflice, R. L.. Hubble, a farmer, and Cliancelor Commander Ed. Bishop Sam J. Embry, son of a leading citizen, will entertain the brethren in a sim- were arrested at Stanford by United ilar manner. The lodge will not meet States Marshal Short Wednesday tomorrow night as all are going to the morning and admitted to bail in $1,500 each to appear before the United minstrels. States Court to answer an indictment About The Railroad. for felony in connection with the Harry Giovannoli, of the Advocate, election, in which they were officers. and Jno. Bright, of Stanford, are still Picks ITp His House and Walks. building the new railroad through They have Danville and Stanford. We mentioned some time since that the ties and rails down, and it is ex- a colored man in Lancaster nau a pected that if they work hard they dwelling house on wheels. Last week will get through those Lincoln county the owner of the land upon which it hills some time in the year 2000. Our stood notified the occupant that he arbitrator has not been in the field for must move. A pair of mules were seseveral days, but the matter will be in cured, the "china ware" put in a safe shape by the time Mr. Spencer says place and the domicile was drawn ready. In the mean time Harry and through the streets to another loca John can content themselves by figur tion. The owner says he has moved ing ho jv to get over those hills with several times, and all the trouble ex perienced is the moving of the dishes. out the use of a flying machine. The house is about twenty feet long A Fine Production. and fifteen feet wide. It rests on four Although the plasterer, the painter iron wheels. and the decorator are yet to do their Mr. Walker Contests. part on the Garrard Opera House, the building was opened to amusement Lewis L. Walker, republican candi lovers Tuesdav night, when Mr. Por- date for representative ofGarrardcoun- ter J. White presented "Faust". The ty, Monday filed a contest against his owners owners of the house have met opponent, Mr. Ray. The grounds are with many delays and disappointments the alleged throwing out of two hun since they began work, and it seems dred republican votes in the county, that, as stated in their card, "Fate In bunches of forty to sixty at the vahas been against them". The scenery rious precincts in the county as muti had not arrived, the furnaces were not lated ballots; that these ballots were in, the walls not plastered, and many burned despite the claims of the re more annoyances were in the way to publican election officers that they making the opening what they would should be held as contested ballots. It have liked to have it. But Mr. White's is asked that the whole West Park company carries special scenery, to precinct in Lancaster be thrown out gether with his electric effects, and on account of alleged failure to main the show was far superior to'anything tain the secret ballot. It is claimed ever given in this part of the state, that illegal voters who voted for Ray The part of Mephisto, the spirit of were allowed to vote, and legal voters evil, was taken by Mr. White, who who would have voted for Walker played the role in splendid style. Mr. were not allowed to vote. It is also Frank MacDonald took the part of claimed that the democratic election commissioners displayed rank parti Faust, 'while Marguerite was ably in Miss Olga Verne, The sanship in failing to appoint the list company is far ahead of any seen in list of election officers recommended small towns, and it was by the merest by the republican county committee accident that Manager Fissingor se and offered by the republican mem cured them. The scenery was as ber, .and substituting a man of their beautiful as is seen in the city theaters own choosing, thereby depriving the the electric effects being perfect. The republican party of proper represents audience, which was made up of some tion at the. polls. The contest will be of the best people in this section, was decided by the legislature, who selects highly pleased with the performance, (by lot) a committee to pass upon such and felt so amply repaid that they cases. were willing to overlook the unfinish The democrats claim that they have ed condition of the building and thank good. grounds for throwing out the enthe management for its successful en tire, vote of Paint Lick and. Buckeye. deavour to give them the Very best Every inch of ground will be contest- q! and a lively fight Is expected. entertainments on the road. Blue Guass We regret that lack of space pre vents our publishing an interesting Bronze Gobblers for Sate. fine ones. A few for letter from Will Dunlap, who is in Alaska with Uncle Sam's troops. sale at $2. A. W. Kavanaucw. nov-9-Mrs. Eosi, mother ofMrs. A. II. Bastin, of this city, died at Crab Will Preach Sunday. Orchard Sunday morning and was Rev. Lapsey McKee Jr., will preach buried there Monday. The deceased at the Presbyterian church "next Sun- -' was one of the most prominent and day morning. influential women in that section, and A degree team from Stanford will leaves many friends and relatives to initiate six candidates into the Lan mourn her loss. caster Odd Fellows lodge Monday Next Saturday and Sunday there night. will be quarterly meeting at the Meth On Dec. 1, Dr. W. S. Beazley will odist church, Rev. F. S. Pollitt will move his oflice to rooms over Dr. Kin- - preach Saturday at 10.30 a. m. Imme naird's oflice, Bookout property, Dan- - diately after which will be held the conference. Rev. I'oliitt ille street. tf. quarterly preach Sunday morning and will also evening. For Hcntj Brick, corner storeroom, with dry "Glufc Front" Ordered. cellar under the enttre'builning, and tnc best location in Lancaster. For Messrs. J. C. Hemphill and J. Beazley ordered two handsome carparticulars, call on or.aclress JrC. IlEMPniLL. riages, or "glass fronts", which they will keep for hire. Mr. Beazley will Dr. I. S. Wesley has moved to the use them in connection with his unproperty on Richmond street, immedi dertaking business. This will prove ately below the Baptist church, known a paying investment, as vehicles of as the Gen. Landram place. Mr. J. that kind are badly needed. The young Fleece Robinson is moving into the gentlemen arc hustlers and are alFisher property vacated by Dr. Wes- ways ready to help keep their town Hugh Logan calls the ley, on Lexington steet. carriages "marrying wagons." Co. VFarmrrs Bring on your-oliron and get the I will take steps against those ow advance. H. B. Northcott. ing me, if debts are not paid at once. Big candle lighting Saturday at 8 a. This business must be closed up, and G. S. Gaines. m. Dont forget. 2 lbs starch for 5c. I mean what I say.i - ' yum "We Gkoceky Are Crowing! Over having such a sp'endid line of Cooking and Heating Stoves. Our patrons NEVER EXTER CONTEST, as our Prices and Goods always please thfcm. COMPLETE RETURNS show us far in the lead, with all kinds of Stoves, Grates, Mantles, and everything to keep off winter'? chilly blasts. J. R. HASELDEN. Beazley & Banghman, Increased Intcrst. The Baptist meeting is growing in interest, and theattendance increases. Sunday night the people crowded into the aisles, and its hard to get a seat at anv of the night services. Rev. Bow's preaching is highly compliment ed. 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 dis temper. The animal was a very large and handsome dapple gray, and was Mr. worth two hundred dollars. Beazley is anxious to replace the horse at once, and any person having one of this description will do well to see him. Funeral Directors. "The Wright's Orginal Nashville Students" combined with "Gideon's Arterial am? Cavity Embalming Big Minstrel Carnival" that appears Opera House, one night only. A Specialty. Friday Nov. 24th represents more than a mere description can give; to Full Line of . . . appreciate it, it much be seen. 45 talented colored performers are includFurniture and Carpets. ed in its roster; 15 big. specialty acts are presented; minstrel features of the best variety, old and new, arc JjCO.T.IlAYS, J.I.IlAJIILTON, J.E.ROBISON offered and a feast of fun, without the least suggestion of vulgarity, is promHays, Hamilton & BoMnson, ised. Opera House Lancaster, Friday Nov. 24. Counsel at Law Attorneys at the and 3rs More local on page 3. LANCASTER, KY. Autum 2 f- Beautie s! IS THE CORRECT NAME FOR OUR New Style y Fall SUITS. Bring your critical eye with you and what you think of these 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 "Somthing" that makes them more desirable than those you get elsewhere. WE HAVE A A GREAT STOCK of OVERCOATS Top Coats, Dress Coats, Ulsters. In fact everything that goes to make up a complete stock of Overcoats. Our prices on them are the lowest. Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods For Everybody. m (S3) LOGAN & ROBINSON. CENTRAL RECORD KVKKY WKKC PAINT LICK. NINA BT ItOVIS LANDRAX. Publisher. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. YAJt, IK ADYAHCX. " 5 Six Months. OS . 1.00 Them " " . .50 . J5 THURSDAY, Xovember23 189g Strong fights are being made by women folks to prevent the seating of Congressman-elec- t 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 withstand 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 twentysoft 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. and use Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of When Sam Jones was in Lancaster, the stomach and all unnatural loose he described the gubernatorial situa- ness of the bowels. It always cures, tion as "Looking a little like Taylor, For sale by R. E. McRoberts. lyr and feeling a little like Goebel." This is about the case today. Kb one knows Mccreary. what will be the outcome, and it can not be told until after the state board Born to the wife of B. F. Broaddus meets at Franktort. The work of a bouncing boy on the 15th Inst. canvassing the returns from all over Fat shoats are changing hands at 3c Kentucky and issuing certificates to per pound. the parties elected will likely be beThe sick of the neighborhood are gun by the State Election Commisreported as follows: Miss Stella Broad sioners at Frankfort on Monday, November 27, if all returns have been re- dus remains quite sick with fever. very sick ceived by that time. The State Little George Naylor is a Creek, Board will be in session for about a child at his home on Sugar M. Hardin is no better at this writing week, its meetings being held in the ....Mrs Dan Anderson and pretty office of the Secretary of State. little daughter Miss Lucretia, of Point Leavell are visiting Mrs B We are indebted to Bro. W. P. Wal- Broaddus. ton for an invitation to be present at For Hnaneneii. the dedication of the House of Reform which will take place next Tuesday. Geo. A Pontins, Upper Sandusky, O, Gov. Bradley will take part in the ex- writes: I have been using Foley's ercises and the program will be quite Honey and Tar for sore throat and interesting. Mr. Walton as one of the hoarseness and find it the best remedy commissioners has given a very great I ever tried. It stopped the Cough amount of time and done much work immediately and relieved all soreness in establishing these needed institu- C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm tions, and is entitled to the thanks of the people of Kentucky. As a rule, FLAT WOODS. men appointed to such places take little interest in the trust, but we know James Miller that Mr. W. has worked diligently in Frank Gross for bought a mule from $20. this cause. He's a hand and a half at James Worrell traded two calves to anything he undertakes. James Miller for a mule. From present appearances the ap James Miller sold a calf to James proaching session of the legislature Worrell for $12. will be taken up working political Mrs. Docty Spangler and brother, wires, and the people will be given no Willie, spent Saturday night and Sun benefit whatever. But it has been day and Sunday niaht at W. H Furr's, thus for many years The laws passed There was preaching at Lawson'; at the average sessions could be fram Chapel Sunday evening by the pastor. ed, passed and signed in a week's time Rev. Carrier. if the members attended only to the There will be preaching at Good business for which they were elected and didn't consume the time pulling Hope next Saturday and Sunday by the pastor, Rev Pike, political wires. "Prosperity in Bankrobbixg," is a head 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 would 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, Miss Grace Tudor has a position in Morris Ross sold his farm in Spoon- the store of R L Jennings & Co. vill to a Mr. Short of Rockcastlecoun- Fish & Co. have bought in Garrard ty for $30.00 per acre. and Madison about 1,000 turkeys, for Constipation means the accumulawhich they paid 5c per lb. tion of waste matter that should be J B Parks has returned home from discharged daily, and unless this is the big fox hunt in Estill county, and done the foul matter is absorbed and reports a fine time. poisons the system. Use HERBINE J T Palmer, of Point Leavell, has to bring about regularity of the bowels received a good lot of tobacco at the Price 50cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm Galloway barn, for which he paid 5i Dave Stevens and children, of Swen-nto 6c was the guest of Mrs Emily "M R N Beazley and family have mov Prewitt of this place Saturday and Next Sunday is church ed in their new house and have re- Sunday ceived a great deal of tobacco at his meeting day at Freedsm . . . .The peo warehouse, for which he paid from 5 pie of this section will spend Thanksgiving day at Freedom church. Bro to 6 cents. You never know what form of blood Ira Partin, of your city, is expected to poison will follow constipation. Keep be with us and preach morning and and the liver clean by using DeW itt's Lit evening. Dinner on the groundeverytie Early Risers and you will avoid good time is expected, so come trouble. They are famous little pills body that wants a day of rejoicing I, for one, who has given the secret for constipation and liver and bowe' lm ballot way of voting some study, have troubles. F. P. Frisbie. The Chrysanthemum show the come to say give the old vive voce way young ladies had at Old Paint Lick, of voting, but still use the 50 feet dis in the Masonic lodge room was a fine Don't Klak Your Life. success, and they realized a good sum Many of your friends, or people of money. whom you know of have contracted consumption, pneumonia or other Keep Quiet y, -- diseases by neglect of a simple Foley's Honey and cold orjeough. Tar, 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 fine against the seller and not the buyers 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 election 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. Chamberlain's Pain Balm Caret Otherit "Why Not You. lain's Pain Balm, with for a lame shoulder My wife has been using Chambergood results, 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 that has pained an advertisement of this medicine and thought of trying it, which we did with the best of satisfaction. She has used only one bottle and her shoulder Adolph L. Millett, is almost well. N. H:, For sale by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. lm MARKSBUEY. 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 How to Prevent A Cold. After exposure or when you feel a Mr. C. A Robinson is erecting a cold coming on take a dose of Foley'i very neat tenant house on his farm Honey and Tar. It never fails and Rev B A Copass will preach at will prevent Pneumonia or Consump Pleasant Grove church Thanksgiving tion if taken in time. C. C. & J. E. day Stormes. lm Mrs M F Rout has the most beautl ful collection fo chrysanthemums in Before putting the erring children in the new House of Reform, it would be a wise move to confine Kentucky's political manipulators therein for lew years, 'though "the walls" at Frankfort would be much more appro priate. Bro. Jim Allen, of the Cynthiana Democrat, says its a peculiar circum Free. stance, but nevertheless true, that the Levy Belle will move back to W. average woman's waist is thirty inch The latest county maps of Kentucky Grimes soon. es around. Jim must have had a pic and Tennessee will be furnished free Sam Ballard is building a newliouse to the schools of Garrard Co., on ap nic In ascertaining this fact. plication of teacher or School Trustees on the land he bought of Sol Rigsby. Corn is selling here for $1.75 to $2.00 Judging from the many reported to R. E. McRoberts. per barrel. maneuvers of Gov. Bradley, Col. Col The sale of Mr. Debord was well at lier and Roger Williams, it "will take he was willing to go when God called official count" to tell what they him; it is hard to realize the sad tended and most everything sold well. the truth that death has claimed him, Fat hogs brought $4.15. Two mule are up to. that we shall see no more his pleasant colts brought $58. F. F. It seems that the Boers have tied a countenance, or hear his kind words. Richard Cummins bought a horse from Robinson for $35. knot in the British lion's tail and He realized from childhood that life J. S. Pettus sold his corn to Beazley have a down-hipull. It will take a was but a short journey to the grave, good many British bayonets to untie I know with him, all is well, and Bros, of Stanford, for $1.75 in the crib. while his loved ones and friends the knot. The turkey men have been receiving hearts are flowing with grief, and turkeys here for three or fonr days, Twenty hands, armed with needle your homes are so desolate without payidg 6c. and thread, ought to keep the buttons him yet 'tis comforting to know that D. M. Anderson bought 35 nice year sewed on Congressman Robert's pants we can go to him, although he can ling steers at Stanford for 3ic. not come to us. Cheer up, dear ones, pretty well. A. C. Siler has gone to the moun and grieve not lor the departed one, tains in search of stock. The latest fiom the Fox Hunters remember your loss is his gain. May Billy Debord will start to Illinois meeting says "it will take the official God comfort the sorrowing family.and count" to determine the best dog in teach them to say, "Thy will, O Lord, this week and Mike Kennedy will move to Debord place Arthur i be done." the pack. Lunceford is going to Texas to make Used by British Soldlars In Africa. his future home ....James Kennedy It will take the official count for Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known who has been at work for the railroad Agufnaldo to tell where he is "at." company at Corbin has returned home all over Africa as commander of-t-he Mr. Samp Cummins mdde a bus forces that captured the famous rebel Free of Charge, Mrs Galishe. Under date of Nov. 4, 1897, iness trid to Corbin last week Any adult suffering from a cold set- from Vryburg, Bechuanaland, he George Miller and sister, Miss Scott tled on the breast, bronchitis, throat writes: "Before starting on the last was visiting at James Miller Monday. or lung troubles of any nature, who campaign I bought a quantity t ChamJ. F. Payne and wife was visiting will call at J E Stormes' drug store, berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea at Rowland Sunday .... Mr. Bowen will be presented with a sample bot-.tl- e Remedy, which I used myself when Fox and family, of Danville, was vis of Boscbee German Syrup; free of troubled with bowel complaint, and iting his brother's family, Mr. Jesse charge. Only one bottle given to one had given to my men, and in every C. Fox last week . . . .Miss Ida Mullins person, and none to children without case it proved most beoslclal." For was visiting Miss Addie Cummins last sale by R. E. McRoberts, Drugglstlm Sunday. order from parents. 10--ll this vicinity Miss Tine Johnson of Marcellus, is visiting friends in this community 15 cattle at $3.40 per hundred. Salt at S Morgan's at $1.90 per bbl. Miss Katie Moore returned Sunday from a very pleasant visit at Danville Died, on Sunday morning at five . . . .Mrs. Joe Hendrickson has return' o'clock, John Holtzclaw, at the home ed from a visit to relatives in Lexing of his sister, Mrs Mary E Rigsby, af ton ter two weeks' of intense suffering, He Fooled the Surgeons, The funeral services were conducted by Rev R B Mahoney, at ten o'clock. All doctors told Renick Hamilton.of Monday. His body was laid to rest in West Jefferson, O., after sufferiug 18 the burying grounds of the Ashlock's, months from Rectal Ftstual, he would He was a dutiful son, an affectionate die unless a costly operation was per brother, and a consistent church mem' formed; bnthe cured himself with five ber. He knew that his earthly pil boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the grimage was drawing to a close, but surest Pile cure on Eartn, and the best he viewed with trusting faith the Salve in the World. 25 cents a box sweet home beyond this vale of tears; Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. wnere a dear, good mother, sisters and brother awaits his coming. He said FREACHERSYILLE. S Morgan SWEENEY. bought of Sile Anderson J SEN'S HONEY OF lm E Stormes. I have been troubled a great deal The mule market In the Western with backache, I was induced to try states is just now on a boom. While Foley's Kedney Cure, and one bottle at Kansas City recently we saw hun- entirely releived me. I gladly recomdreds of mules, in the stables at the mend it to any one, especially my stock yards, awaiting inspection from friends among the train men. who are a representative of the English gov usually similarly afflicted, Geo. H. ernment. These mules will no doubt Hausan, Engineer on L. E. & W. B.R. lm be used in the army. There were C. C. & J. E. Stormes. - Pony Beazley sold a nice saddle gelding to Bayles, of Madison, foe $400. Scott Hudson bought the trotter, Eagle Flannigan for $2,100 at the Hedges & Seaman sale at New York. In the Soudan the horses are shod with sacks made of camel's skin. In Australia horseshoes have been tried of cowhide. Messrs. Collins & Walker have leased the Richmond fair grounds and will train their fancy saddle horses and roadsters over the track If you are suffering from drowsiness in the day time, irritability of temper, sleepless nights, general debility, headache, and general want of tone of the system, use HERBINE. You will get relief and finally a cure. at 31cJournal. Price 50cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm Infant mortality is something A turkey hen belonging in Pleasant frightful. Nearly die beValley, Pa., which disappeared during fore d bethey reach one year, the summer, has returned with a fore they are five, and before brood of two young turkeeys and ten they are fifteen! The timely use of quail. WHITE'S CREAM VFRMIFUGE One of the advantages in raising would save a majority of these prec ducks is that they are much more in- ious lives. Price 25cts. C C & J E dependent than almost any other class Stormes. lm. of fowls and as they do not crowd so The advance in foreign fibers-Kln- g close together as chickens are much the last thirty days has had the effect easier to raise in brooders. of cleaning up all of the old hemp in Geo. Noland, Rockland, O., says, Kentucky. This week Mr. W. J. "my wife had piles forty years. Da Laughridge purchased the last crops Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her. in Central Kentucky from Messrs. It is the best salve in America." It Bankin, Clemmons, Len Tucker and heals everything and cures all skin Theodore Richardson, amounting in disease. F. P. Frisbie. lm all to something over 150,000 pounds. It is well to know that any strong, The price was private, but it is underpungent smell will keep away moths. stood to be considerably over $5. With A mixture of cloves, cinnamon, orris all of the old hemp out of the way, root and other fragrant things may be the new crop which will begin coming substituted for camphor preparations, on the market about the middle of February, will come on a bare market, with less disagreeable after effects. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has which should enable farmers to sesaved the lives of thousands of croupy cure a good price for their crops now children. Ie is also without an equal in the stack. The hemp in Kentucky for colds and whooping cough. For has not yet been so completely bought sale by R. E. McRoberts. lyr. up in Kentucky since 1895, in which Bonta Bros., sold 30,000 pounds of year there was not a pound of hemp tobacco Monday, to D. B. Terhune at carried over either by farmers or dealers. Lexington Herald. six dollars per handred. Charles RobIt will not be a surprise to any who inson has also purchased 35,000 pounds during the past ten days at from five are at all familar with the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, dollars to seven dollars and eighty-seve- n cents per pound. Harrodsburg to know that people everywhere take pleasure in relating their experience Democrat. Breck Bonta bought five hundred in the use of that splendid medicine barrels .of corn last week at $1.50 per and in telling of the benefit they have Lee Smock pur- received from it, of bad colds it has barrel, delivered. pneuchased one hundred good ewes of J. W, cured, of threatened attacks of monia it has averted and of the chilBedford, of Boyle, for $5 per herd, dren it has saved from attacks of croup Harrodsburg Democrat. and whooping cough. It is a grand, J. H. Bridges, Editor "Democrat," good medicine. For sale by R. E. McLancaster N. H., says: "One minute Roberts, Druggist. lm cough cure isthe best remedy for Stanford Notes The Record is croup I ever used." Immediately re lieves and cures, colds, croup, asthma, in receipt of the following: Weil pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe and all weighed two loads of J. S. Owsley's car load from throat and lung troubles. It prevents cittle 1,400 lbs at 5c 3 cars consumption. F.P. Frisbie. lm .Lewis Doty at same price from Will Beck at4ic, 4ic... cattle Danville Court: Captain Eng- were a little dull court day. Some lish reported 400 or 500 cattle on the extra feeders sold for $4.69 to acmarket, but the market a quarter to cording to quality. . . . E T Pence sold a half cent off. He sold 15 yearlings to Tom Traylor 20 yearlings at $4.20 for J. W. Allen at $24;23 short E. P. Wood bought of Hudson twenty for same, $27.50; 24 of the extra calves at $23 por head Cobb same kind for Will Cheek, Burksville, & Lillard's shorthorn cattle sold well, 77 for Will Kenney at $3.61: 25 the 30 head brought $146.25 per head, $28; steer calves for Wm. Hudson, Colum- some of them were calves.... At d bia, $19; a lot of common yearling & Bros sale plain feeders sold at heifers at $15. Advocate. $3.98, plain yearling sold at 3.80, about heifers Thousands of men and women suf eighty yearlings and fer from piles, especially women with sold from $25 to $30 per head. Mules female weakness have this suffering from $65 to $115 per dead. Farm withto contend with in addition to their drawn at $60 per acre, , , .Tom McRob-ert- s and Sons, of Boyle, sold to Kidd other pains. TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will quickly effect of Clark, 84 cattle, 1,426 lbs at 3ic a cure. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes A friend In need Is a friend indeed. lm That is exactly what Chamberlain's 75cts. C C & J E Stormes. There are 850,000 men in the world Cough Remedy is. It is the mother's who gain a livelihood chiefly by fishing help when she is suddenly awakened making an annnal catch of $225 worth in the night by the ominous husky of fish tor each man. The fisheries of cough, and labored breathing, of her the United States supply eight hun babe. It is the safe resort of the youth dred thousand pound annually, and or adult when he has "caught cold and there is coughing and irritation those of Europe 1,800,000 pounds. of the mucous membrance of the You will not be sorry for hearing be throat. It allays the irritation and fore judgeing, for thinking before cures the cold. For sale by R. E. Mc judging, for thinking before speaking Roberts, druggist. lm for holding an angry tongue, for stop' ping the ear to a talebearer, for dis Dr. John Witherspoon, aged seventy believing most of the ill reports, for being kind to the distressed, for doing died at Lawrenceburg, Saturday. No throat or lung remedy ever had good to all men, for asking pardon fqr all wrongs, for speakldg evil of no one, such a sale as Boschee's German Syr Outlook up in all parts of the civilised world, for being courteous to Twenty years ago millions of bottles Dr. H, H. Haden, Summit, Ala, were given away, and your druggists says: "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will tell you its success was marvelous is a splendid medicine. I prrscribed It is really the only Throat and Lung it, and my confidence in it grows with Remedy generally endorsed by physicontinued use." It digests what you cians. One 75 bottle will cure or eat and quickly cures dyspepsia and prove its value.cent by dealers in all Sold indigestion, F. P. Frisbie. lm civilized countries. Secretary Long says the report that Some months ago, certain people, predicted the end of the horse breed he will resign from the Cabinet is uning business on account of the use of founded. electricity and autombiles but the Mrs. Thomas Riddleman, Parshall-villmore horses are wanted just now, the Mich, writes: I was troubled s horses is so great with Salt Rheum for over thirteen demand for buyers are hunting the country years, had tried a number of doctors that over in search of good ones, and are without relief, My husband bought a enable to find them. Farmers, re box of Banner Salve, which I applied member one thing, the horse is a sta- two or three times and my hands beple article, has come to say, and will gan to get better. In a short time always be in good demand, therefore they were entirely cured. C. C. & J. breed some good ones. lm E. Stormes. Senator C. C McChord's majority If you have sore throat,-sorene- ss across the back or side, or your lungs over Capt. H. S Irwin, for Railroad feel sore or tender, or you are threat- - Commissioner is over 1,500. ened with diphtheria or pneumonia, Rallrp&d Maa ai A SNOW LINI What a Well Known apply BALLARD'S Resident or Lima Thinks ef externallly, and use COUS- MENT FoIers Kldaey Care. TAR.- C O & one-thirone-ha- lf $4-2- 0 Lil-larall-T- he e, first-clas- many excellent ones In the pens. They were in good flesh, and those we noticed closely were In fine condition. We believe there is good money in raising mules. Indiana Farmer. For burns, cuts, bruises, lacerations, or injuries of any description, BAL LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is a sovereign remedy. It never fails to do good, and so promptly that its wonderful curative properties frequently create surprise. Price 25 and 50 cts C. C & I E Stormes: lm Lincoln Notes: J. K. Christian has bought about 5,200 turkeys at 6c on foot J. W. Perrin has bought several lots of new corn at $1.75 delivered J. C. Hays sold to Silas Anderson 28 yearlings at $16.50 Robert Adams bought in Boyle and Marion a bunch of yearlings at 4c I. S. Phil lips sold to S. Morgan a bunch of 1,000 pound cattle at 31c Bedell Chance- lor is delivering a lot of corn to J. H. Baughman &c. at $1.75 Judge John W. Hughes, of Mercer, sold to Clel Coleman 83 steers at 41c and 32 hogs -- RAW AS BEEF FROM ECZEMA! Not much attention ii often paid to th first symptoms of Eczema, but it ia not lone before the little redness begins to itch ana Itching and Burning of burn.to This is but the beginning, and will lead Buffering and torture almost unendurable. It is a common mistake to regard roughness and redness of the skin aa This Ftarful Disease. merely a local irritation ; it is bat an indica- tion or a humor in the blood or terrible Eczema which is more than and can not be reached by local applications of ointments, salves, etc., applied to the surface. The disease itself,' the real cause of the trouble, is in the blood, although all suffering is produced-througthe skin ; the only way to reach the disease, therefore, is through the blood. Mr. Phil T. Jones, of Mixersville, Ind., writes: "I had Eczema thirty years, and after a great deal of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gave me constant pain. It finally broke into a running sore, and began to spread and grow worse. For the past five or six years I have suffered untold agony and had given up all hope of ever being free from the disease, as I have been treated by some of the best physicians and have taken many blood medicines, all in vain. With little faith left I began to take S. S. S., and it apparently made the Eczema worse, but I knew that this was the way the remedy got rid of the poison. Continuing 8. a. S., the sore healed up entirely, the skin became elear and smooth, and I was cured perfectly." Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by a remedy which ia only a tonic. Swift's Specific Ho Tortori Equal to the skin-dee- not reach. It goes to the bottom to the cause of the disease and will cure the worst case of Eczema, no matter what other treatment has failed. It ia the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash, mercury or any( other mineral, and never fails to oure Eczema, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, Cancer, Tetter, Rheumatism, Open Sores, Ulcers, Boils, etc. Insist upon S. S. S. ; nothing can take its place. Booka on these diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Spa! eiric Company, Atlanta, Georgia, 4 Is superior S. other blood remedies THE BLOOD S. S. FORbecause it cares disease which they oaa to ' PAINTS, KINDS. Window Glass, ALL SIZES. NOW IS TH6 TIflie TO l$Uy THGjVl AT I R. E. McROBERTS. Fox Jlrz Gallery, f This is now the most been recently equipped with te Gallery in Central Ky., having T a tjrsitwAlAM that A a si4m a 4a T.a The new discovery in optical science. Iwishtosayto the Ladies Th.so Lenses FLATTER. Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be . ; a- i : 9 n.. : a ..i-i, M uppreuiaLeu. ouiuuuiciui naming nuui luc aimyicau s. iiuLugitijm lu ryf the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the New French W "FLEUR-DE-L- IS 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. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Ofllce. WE INVITE OUR FRIENDS TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME Toilet Articles and Books. DRUGGISTS Complete, stock of SUNDRIES. H H H H H M M PURE DRUGS m I gg LILLAMBTOUT DANVILLE, KY. aaBBBBBBSSBBBBllBWBBBBmBWBBBBBBBBBlMBMBSBIMBBB H m H H W A BOON TO MANKIND! D TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE h s4 . .Mm m wanna CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, co Cents. STORMES IIttXJa- STORE, - V HI a hi in m UNPR OVERCOATS, E FINE Ei i "J8 1 1 IE IS! IS is ounBia CLOTHING, 000000000000000000000000000 sale or m m SHOES, I a Hi Our Special Sale,Suits andOve Has Proven 7ery Popular, and Crowds our Store Daily. E Eg E IS! We give you Same Advantages in Prices and Quality that You Would Get in the Big Cities. OOPOO0000000000000000000000000000000000 COME LET US PROVE THIS ASSSRTIOK. JsS'.'Sv TTT2E E IS E 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. If 1 EH J.L.Frohman&Co. THE GLOBE, Danville,Ky. witnessed Faust Tuesday night. We were unable to get their names in the crowd. g, InjSIDliniii! CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY November 23,T80g Several good second hand buggies and surreys cheap. W. J. Romans. We handle Bootee. Mrs. Sam Woldridge and daughter, Miss Mary, left Sunday for Harrods-burhaving been called to the bedside of a relative. PEOpfcE. 5 Mrs. Jno. E. Stormes, Miss Eugenia Bush and Maggie Tomlinson attended Mr. J. G. Sweeney is in Casey on the Chrysanthemum show at Danbusiness. ville the past week. Mrs. 3. D. Rotbwell is in from DripThe Social and Industrial Club met ping Springs. with Misses Nell Marrs and Grace Miss Bella Arnold is at home again Kinnaird Wednesday afternoon. This Club is one of great interest. from a visit to Stanford. AOOT Go to Logan & Robinson for heavy boots and shoes. Take IVariiins! All indebted in anyway to myself or J. G. Sweeney, must call and settle or the celebrated Buell I will place same in hands of an officer for collection. J. W. Sweeney. Logan & Rouinson. resi- WE HAT to look all over town, am standing a nice Jersey Bull at $1.00 cash. R. L. Elkin. m25tf I Dr. Acton is building a neat dence on his lot, adjoining R. II. on Lexington street. 21 IN ITIIiiTIOKIAM. just When you need something GOOD, something FRESH and TEMPTING, no use call to see US, we have it. T Try our prices, evaporated neaches and apricots nice 750 850 For Sale. to 900 lb steers and 13 at Faulconer & Hfrndon. The nicest line of rings ever brought to Lancaster at Morrow & McRobe; lb steers. Johnston or Sons. nice Apply to T. M. A letter from Rev. C M Reid tells Mrs. Hays, of Stanford, is visiting of the arrival of a girl baby in his her sister, Mrs Walter Beazley. home at Mrs Uriah Simpson and son John, pastor .Kendall, Wisconsin. He is of the Baptist church there. visited friends in Brodhead, Sunday. Mrs. Stowe, of California, returned Miss Angie Ballou, of Stanford, has to her home Tuesday. She was ac been visiting Mr II M Ballou and fam- companied as far as Lexington by Mrs ily. Grubbs and bright little son, Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. W- - K. Shugars, of Mr. Graham Price and wife, of Danjpere visiting relatives here ville, have been visiting relatives in this week. this city. Mr. Price was congratulat Mrs. J. Roe Young and children, ed by many friends upon his recent Ossie, Helen and Frank, have gone to election. Louisville. Lexington Leader. Cant. William Col J Fleece Robinson left last C. McFarland has announced by telFriday for Columbus, Ga.f to spend egram' to his relatives here that he has arrived safe in New York Citv the winter. from his trip abroad. .Mrs. Susan Fisher and Miss Sue Herring have returned from a visit to The girl who comes out nlain and bold every once and a while with, "I Cincinnati. Mrs. W. R Cook has been the guest can't afford it, we are too poor," is not a general favorite in society, but when of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Poor, of she marries, she is a great favorite Bryan tsville. with he husband. Ex. Dr. I. S. Wesley was called to Mt. The following young people came Vernon Saturday to see his brother, over from Stanford to witness the per who is very ill. formance of Faust: Misses Annie Al They dont grow prettier girls than corn, Pearl Burnside, Annie Bronaugh those composing the Stanford crowd .Engieman, Tevis Carpenter, Byrd Tuesday night. v Givens, Jaynie Feland, Annie Engle- Mrs Gresham leaves "this week for man Bright. Messrs Roway Saufley, New J ersey. She will be acc impanied Geo. McRoberts, Bob Bruce. Tom Shanks, Barnes Wearen, Dr. A. S. by Mrs Vannice. Price, Jack Beazley and the inimit B. F. Hudson and son, Shirley, have able Jack Rout. returned from a visit to relatives in Fort Scott, Kansas. Only the chronic loafers are talkine Miss Mattie Elkin gave a handsome politics. Few people seem to care dinner Friday in honor of Miss Letitia who's erected, or if the whole lay-ois defeated. Brown, of Lexington. Aagutt Flower. Mrs. George Bruce, of Massachusetts, is visiting her parents, Judge "It is a surprising fact," says Prof. Houton, "that in my travels in all Darts and Mrs. Ephrian Brown. of the world, for the last the years, I Miss Bettie Miller left Monday for have met more people, having used Owensboro, where she will spend the Green's August Flower than any other winter with Mrs W M Bogle. remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver Nicholasville Journal. Miss Alta and stomach, and for constipation. I Bettis, of Lancaster, has been the And for tourists and salesmen, or for persons filling office positions, where guest of Miss Emma Johnson. headaches and general bad feehnes Middlesboro News. Mrs. W. O. from irregular Parks left Thursday night for a visit Green's August habits exist, that Flower is a grand to her former home in Lancaster. remedy. It does not injure the sys " Captain Wm. Herndon has returned tem by frequent use, and is excellent from a visit to Estill Springs, and re lor sour stomachs and indigestion." jporte the hounds still ahead of the fox. SampleOAbottles free at J E Stormes',. T 1 01J urug oiajic. ouiu oy .aeaiers in an A large crowd of Danville people civilized countries. y, 1 Tho weather has been very warm so far this winter, but .when it does H. A. B. Marksbury has broken change, you willviieeda cloak. Select ground for the erection of a large one at Joseph'sNvliile he has such a complete line to selectf rom. granary near the depot. Mrs. Dollie Brown has taken many Hoe Killing Time. Buy your sage, black and Cayene orders for the Ladies Home Journal. pepper and saltpetre at Stormes Drug Leave your order with her and it will receive prompt attention. 2t Store. Wanamaker's Idea. Town Lota In Bryantsvllle for Sale. "To discontinue an advertisement," Will sell privately two lots, with dwellings. Apply to J. X. Dunn or says John Wanamaker, the largest admyself at Bryantsville 'or particulars. vertiser in the world, "is like taking down your sign. If you want to do tf Jas. Hills. business you must let people know it. Smith & Currey, Agents for Danville Steam laundry. Work shipped and received daily. Shirt waists a specialty. Office at T. Curreys gicery store. tf. Standing advertisements, when changed, are better than reading notices. They look more substantial and business like and inspire confidence. I would as soon think of doing business without clerks as without For Sale, fourteen nice sugar year advertising." ling mules and nine sugar Fire! Fire!! Fire!!! mare mules broke to work. Will sell Build your fires with Coal bought of in pairs if desired. Nixon Perkins, Marksbury, Ky. W. B. Moss & Co. It is the best, makes the hottest fires, weighed on Fairbanks Standard Scales. Good Sue (be Town for $20,000. good weight, why not buy from 'Squire Burton, whose injury by a coal, fall was noted in last issue, has filed us? suit against the city of Lancaster for He Got In. twenty thousand dollars for injuries Frank Pumphrey, of this office, went received by falling1 into the cellar at to the Opera House Tuesday night the new hotel building on the night and walking up to the doorkeeper, of the election. Hon. R. H. Tomlin said, "Mr. Faust, Im the devil of The son, brought the suit. -- The hotel Reckkerd office and want to git inter building was used as a voting place this here blamed show!" He was that day, and after dark Burton was "passed" and given a front seat. standing around the building listen- Verily, a printing office trains a man ing to the returns. 'The opening he up in the way that he should go, to fell into is on the street and was the get through this world. entrance to the barber shop in the Discovered by a Woman. old hotel. Another great discovery has been Glorious News made, and that too by a lady in this Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of country." Disease fastened itsclutches Washita, I. T. He writes: " Four bot- ubon her and for seven years she withtles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. stood its severest' tests, but her vital Brewer of scrofula, which had caused organs were undermined and death her great suffering for years, Terridle seemed imminent. For three months sores would break out on her head and she coughed incessantly, and could not face, and the best doctors could give no sleep. She finally discovered a way to help; but her cure is complete and her recovery, by nurchasiner of us a bnttlp. health is excellent. " This shows what of Dr. King's New Disco very for Conthousands have proved, thatElectric sumption, and was so much relieved on Bitters is the best blood purifier known laKing nrst aose, tnat she sledt all It's the supreme remedy for eczema, night; and with two bottles, has been tetter, liver, kidneys, and powels' ex- absolutly cured. Her name is Mrs. pels, poisons, helps digestion builds up Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w. c. Ham-nic- k the strength. Only 60 cents, sold by & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bot B. E. McRoberts Druggist. Guaarnteed tle free at B. E. McBoberts Drugstore. We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES Benjamin Mason Burdett was born in Garrard county sixty-tw- o years ago. His father was Nelson Burdett, n Lancaster. a prosperous farmer; his mother was Our Motto! High Class Goods, Low Cash Prices and Amercia Samuel, both representatives "Kentucky families Courteous Treatment. of the line old whose life and 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 FlorA. II. Thuancss, Mrg. Wills Creek ida, where he took possession of his property in that locality, consisting of Coal Co,, Buffalo, Ohio, writes: 1 have been affected with Kidney an orange grove of fine promise. In Our fee returned if we fail. Any one sending of any invention will 1807 Mr. Burdett was married to and Bladder trouble for years, passing sketch and description opinion free concerning promptly receive our same. Miss Belle Walton, of Germantown, gravel or stones, accompanied by ex- the patentability of request. "How to Obtain a Patents secured Patent" sent upon Ky., who was a devoted companion cruciating pains. Other medicines through us advertised for sale at our expense. Patents taken out through us receive special help-meonly gave temporary releif. After notice, without charge, in The Patent Record. and to him during the vicirculated journal, cissitudes of thirty-tw- o years. She taking Foley's Kidney Cure, the re- an illustrated and widely and Investors. consulted by Manufacturers A few doses Send for sample copy FREE. Address, was called upon to receive his last sult was surprising. VICTOR J. EVANS & CO. earthly farewell on the morning of started the brick dust, little fine (Patent Attorneys,) anniversary of their stones, etc. and now I have no pain the thirty-secon- d Evans Building, WASHINGTON, D. C marriage. Believing that he would across my Kidneys and feel like a new man. Foley's Kidney Cure has done not survive the winter Mr. Burdett induced her to dispose of the Florida me $1000 worth of good. C. C. & J. E. lm Oil estate and remove to Lexington,where Stormes. 1)1 they took a house and were scarcely Hands All Round. settled when a sudden change in the (Cyntnlana Democrat) climate produced acute The Original from which he died after an Be calm. The game is not played illness of four days. out. The man who loses his head will Friends new and old raliled around lose his stakes. There is no necessity NASHVILLE STUDENTS them and human love and sympathy for your getting excited. It is nothing softened as far as possible the blow. to you. Your business will go on just The remains were taken to the family the same. There will be the same Combined lot at Germantown. Relatives joined amount of daily toil, the same worries, the sorrowing group all along the cares, anxieties so far as you are conway. Appropriate words were said cerned, no matter whether Goebel or and sung at the last narrow bed, and Taylor, or neither or both, should be beautiful flowers attested the worth the next governor of Kentucky. Why of the departed one. get excited and rend your linen and Mr. Burdett was a leading lawyer your heartstrings and your neighbor's at the Lancaster bar for many years. character? Will it profit you one Direction of Rusco & Holland. He was possessed of fine legal acumen cent? Is there honor or emolument and gathered among his clientage ma- for you? Not on your life. Farmers, COMPLETE faultless Institutions ny who proved warm and affectionate drive up the cows for the evening in a Mighty Union. friends through life.' In disposition milking while the good wife rounds he was kind and considerate, forbear- up and counts the turkeys. Business ing and gentle. He was a cheerful, men, get after that porter with a MINSTREL STARS agreeable companion, never at a loss sharp stick and make him hustle out for the anecdote, or the topic of cur- those goods to your customers. Pro rent interest, and his memory was a fessional men, go back to your books and look carefully to the interest of veritable storehouse of local history. He w$s versatile in natural gifts, hav- your clients. Newspaper men, tell the truth occasionally and see how it feels ing a fund of common sense that stood Loafers and bums, let the election conhim in service in the daily usages of tinue to agitate your giant intellects, life. He was hospitable and great for of a truth your vital interestare at Hands all round, everybody! hearted. He was patient in suffering, stake. couple forward and back! DoseFirst and met the last enemy with Chris- -do! TROUPE of ARABS. Salute your partner! And the tian courage and resignation. His band plays on. memory will ever be tenderly revered and his example was one to be emuThe Appetite of a Goat. TRAVELING IN ITS OWN lated. Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose TRAIN OF PULLMAN CARS. There is no death! An angel form Stomac and liver are out" of orber. All Walks o'er the earth with silent tread; 12 COMEDIANS, to SOLO SINGERS. d He bears our friends away such should know that Dr. King's New Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and 16 DANCERS. 8 BIG OLIO ACTS. auu men we can inem dead. Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appe And ever near us, though unseen, jtite, sound digestion and a regular The dear immortal spirits tread; StenpJoos street Paraie bodily habit that berfect health and For all the boundless universe Is life there are no dead. great energy. Only 25 cents at any Dru FULLER & SYMPSON. Garrard Opera House FRIDAY EVE Z4 NOVEMBER Z4 pleuro-pneu-mon- with Gideon's Big 2 45 45 2- Big Bands - 2 Pickaninny DrumCorps best-love- J I lost A Friend. 'Store. "BEFORE BAB? 13 BOSH." A Valnabio Littlo Book of Interest to All Women Sent Tree. ith feet-inEvery "woman JaoVoforwft'-to the ,of joy intlsscril.-nble-. evr-n-t . one grpAC in nor wiiic "i nil others iwile intoin- BisniSuiriee. How iiroud f he will feci when her bnbo noath-- on iier breast libw Bweot tlw nsmp of "ll"ther f" Awl yet, Iter nntinpaikn of this event is oloudsd Willi drtad of the pain end dan- cercf the ordeal, so fiat it is impossi ble to avoid the feeling of foreboding which, creeps over her. The danger i a.w jukI sntfering attendant upon oeing a so mother can be entirely s je, mm soensia e. mum, INSURANCE. Aetna, I'iiliitinu, National, HarMonl, 1). leware, Wj rTr,f.l!ntA Pnr.'hminff u.t Agancy. LoniJVille. Ky, for Hny tiling yon want to buy. You can save big- money. Infor mation free. ly- - Cure nt Good Watches Abialutcly Free. a bright clean, illns rated atory aud humirouj paper 1G largi paes. only 75c a forth'i family circle, year;on trial t maat!n, 10c. We jive a ulckle silver watch to each subscriber, i et med ium size watch, guaranteed for one y ar. Will keep time for many year a.j accuritely as a $100 watch. And we give Gold Watchss, Blcy-cle- J, etc. Samplu a id pirticnlarj free. Soul If yon do in more, w in your adire will surprise you. Ue.ter enclose 5 stamps for trial subscription, or :a stamps for watch and paper, while the watche? are goiu free. Tha PASTIME Pub. Co.. Louisville, Ky. lyr. We want your nam i for PASTIME, Sp ff a n-- n ea Bjfi'is. "3;-V0t- V - Wf I " 8 K W&SsP- t-ilB- J&SfSS ;."' Ring in tiie new. Rmg m tne true." Itartiflcially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs. It is the latest discovered digest-aand tonic. No other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It instantly relieves and permanently cures J4 Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SickHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and all other results of imperfectdigestion. F. P. Frisbie. Prepared by E. C. DeWItt &Co.. Crjlcago. Digests: what you eat. RepreseiitlniFollBwiiiiCflffljaiiies freea valuable littlehook entitled "Be-- j j iM( ih MSsft'UjM. SSff- - kr , Milwaulcec, Conueticut, Atlanta Gs. This book contains price- - Read ami IScmciubrr. As the Garrard Opera House has been thrown open to the public, it is well to publish the following rule.-"-, which arc universal. I'y complying with them, you will confer a favor on the other patrons of the house. 1. Oome hi after the curtain is up, ami require the entire row of peopl-U gel up and step into tiie aisle to let you in. 2. Jiy all means wear a large hat. The more feathers and ribbons, tho better. Tin's may obstruct the view of those behind yon, but as ymi are the only one paying for a seat the obstruction of t lie. view of those behind you cuts no ice. 3. When applauding, use your feel ami try to kirk a hole in the floor. It rounds well and shows excellent breed-h. iSfflraST " SOSM If "Mb? out the old, Rmgouttnetaise, Continental, Falls, (Jerman American, riienix of Brooklyn, New York Underwriters, Glens Liverpool & Don't Sailer, The Ele:rop3lae Cures all diseases without the usj os medl cine. A pure Oxygen treatment, by absorp tlon. It cures where everything else falls It is needed in every family, for it will lelieveer-er- y weakness or ailment, to the most persistent chronic disease, and without the use of a grain of medicine. Thousands of people all over the United States, from private citizens to Lawyers, Doctors, Preachers. Supreme Judges, Editors, etc., even Crowned Heads of Europe have given written testimonials of these facts. Book of testimonials, aud matter of great Interest with price of instruments sent free. Every family should have au Electropolse; it saves mon ey, Induces health. Send yonr address at once atd see what people say who have thoroughly tested its merits. Agents wanted. THE ELECTKOPOISE Co., 513 4th Sc., Louisville Ky. lyr. Hi IfeP Hi AM We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norwa- y- 0UEH& CRESCENT eSOUTE Annual Meeting Southern Surgical and Gynecological Ass'n, New Orleans La., December 18C0. Annual Conference C. M. E. Church 1801), Memphis, Tenn., December I rom points in Tennessee.) Annual Conference Alabama M. E. Church, Birmingham, (Pratt" City) 180U. (From points in Ala., Dec. Tennessee only.) 7, 1, NortlTBrltish London & Globe. & Mercliantile Aetna Lifelns. Co.of Hartforfl.Con FIRE ani LIFE INSUMCE SPKLMFIELE FIEE AND MAEINE INSURANCE COMFA.NY. UO KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS lietween acts disturb vonr row y Kitting up and going out. The audience may not know you are in the house if you fail to d j this. S, If you have seen the play lefore. toil tlose about vou what's coming! TV11 Itnvi oil ulirtr. the slK)v and they will not have to 'vvjiit to see how it terminates. fi, Chew tobacco and spit on the lS.ior. Its mi trouble to clean up. nor is the tilth much trouble for ladies to clean from their skirts. 7, After the show stand in the 4. 1 j j li, ? I Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a PLEASANT, PERMANENT, POSITIVE CURE for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. The sore, weary, cough-wormucus is Lungs are exhilarated ; the microbe-bearicut out ; the cause of that .tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. n ng NOTICE. AJl persons havlngclnlms against the estate of the late Mrs. A. II. Walker will file them properly verified, with me or W. I. Williams, attorney, Lancaster, Ky., on or before Dec. 1st, 1899. J. J. Walker. Adm.r of Mrs. A. B. Walker. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst of Pythias, meets every Friday night in. Masonic hall. All vis- OF NEW YORa. Robinson & Hamilton Agts Ofiice over Post Office. iting Knights are fraternally invited. Ed Bishop, C. C. BOTTLES ONLY. 1 SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS. 25c, 50c. AND $1.00 SIZES. PINE-TAR-HONE- Y. J. X. DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC, BRYANTS VI LLE, KENTUCKY Lancaster, : : : Kentucky J. S. Haselden, K.R.& S - F Z8 VE4RS OLD, jtfsle and carry on a long conversation. Those behind you dont want to get out. S, Twist about in your scat and rubberneck at everyone that comes in. Ite good on the nerves of those about you. V,v complying: with the above you will greatly oblige A SUFFERING It gives edy equal to Dr. Bell's quick and penaanent relief in grip as well as cough3 end colds. It makes weak lungs strong. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, Paducah, Ky. and never used any rem- Be sure you get Dr. Bell's 0. To B. SWBROAD, AT LAW TIIS E. E. SUTHERIAIID MEBICIHE CO., Fonntata Park, - Padnai, Ky. AT McROBEETS DRUG- STORE, LANCASTER. KY. w S. BEAZLEY, wagons we will sell Land Saveryor ana Apntfor good Lump Coal at 10c a "bushel at our yards for the AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO present. ATTORNEY AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. Options on Farms wanted. Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate. Pltilic. Tetii extracted without v r th Vitnlit'd Air. Ofiice he Sew Thoniiou liuiltiuiif. 1ST persons of n mcliinlcal orlnvcntlvc mlml uosfrl!i.atr!ptotlic Jarl3 iCvpositiou, with good tolirv aL l xoenFfspuitl. sl'Ciih: wme Xho ltSCOliD, BalUmoro, 3IU. ilcliaiiit) .vWKPii-55?i?iCiii'e- Ol3 Hair to its Youthful Color. & liair tollit- -. ecaip diseases THE SEASON IS GETTING LATE BUT WE HAVE A We have also a full line all other coals including two grades of cannel, three sizes of An thracite, Woolridge, Jcllico, Paint Rock, Bryant Bros. Fire- Creek, Smithing, and Hay, Corn, Oats, Cow Feed. Salt, Lime, Cement, Patent Piaster. Sand and Mannfactured Ice, DANVILLE ICE it COAL CO. W. S. GLOUE, Mgr. AGENT FOR New York Life In's. Co. TBS Superb TP Line of Hats UT Yard.C. S. Depot, Telephone 21 Town of flee and Factory, Sd St., Telephone 151. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. 1TI0MIL CAPITAL ) JlOO.000.00 ) BANK I We are prepared to please you both in style and price. OF SURPLUS ( J20.0OO.0O. S Used m MMms Accept no o! Horses! Sfe titB?MH Best Coffee for Try LION COFFEB Z lis loaey! Coffee j Alarm Clock, ff I CT;J i tillet REES! TREES! The Blue Grass Nurseries offer everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grapes, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, and everything kept in such an establishment. We employ no agents. Descriptive catalogue on application to II. F. HILLENMEYER. Lexington, Ky. Phone 279, LANCASTER, KY. A. B. Dknny. Preident. Jno. E. Stoemes, Vice President. S. C. Denny, Cashier. Zfmfil&sy Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs,' Xje?,r A IS , any other. Ccfics and nothing but Hantel Clock. T35S332fegEa and you will never use It is absolutely pure I. F. Robinson. Jr.. Ass't Cash'r. E. T. Embry. Book-keep- These articles mailed FRJEB in exchange for lion heads cut from front of lb. LION COFFSBphgs. L't '- - A. 7t DIRECTORS Sam 1. D.Cochran vfc I rig fT Jas Spllman, A.C.Robinson. i t o f5l5S, Jk'ZI ? prepaid, fori 110 lion I heads and a 2c. stamp, g Frame Alex. R. Denny. W. B. Cook, Jgl Ay rSp fTgJb, q3 X CF Gold Collar Button. xitj a Sent by express, prepaid, for SO Hon heads and stamp, when ordering either clock, please name your nearest Express Office, if there is no express office located in your town. Rotary Motion and L. Davidson, Jno. E Stormes. Mailed free for 5 lion heads cutfrots Lion stamp. Made Coffee wrappers and a 0i rolled gold and ivith raother-of-iealock; suitaDie aiiue lor laaics ana gentlemen. This shape is handy and popular. Ball Bearings,, WAITED! 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. J Daisy J Neck-Pi- n. Hard-Enam- el Genuine and Gold. For 18 Ksn heads and stamp. The O actual size. illustration is only Color a delicate pink, with jewel cottins and cold trimmines. Best cnamex finish, Etylbti and durable. ISirililli, PilTf III Stylish Belt-Buckle. IMI Bnrto 11 I Box of Colored Crayons. Handsomely with aoman finish, and set Ladies Scissors. Jifr fi.f u. Jflf Ifiilp welcomed for "dresscd-up" The Lion's Bride." in the center. This will be colored jewel occasions bv with ruby For 10 Hon heads end a 2c stamp. Fine wax crayons, fifteen dhlereut colors, accompanied with outline pictures for coloring. Each EI. Amis, apt, Length, five inches, suitable for cutting, trimming and general household use. Given for 12 Hon heads and a 2c. stamp. Lancaster. the ladies vho like to wear different goes well colored sashes. The with an7 of them. Given far 20 Hon stamp. heads and a TMito g to prevent break- ing. SALE & FEED STABLE, LANCASTER, KY. We make special Attention our of Ladies' Apron. quality lawn, with alternate revering and tucks; broad hem at bottom, and is neatly gathered at waist; a very Made of good Chiid's Drawing Book. A. collection of nice outline pictures bound into book form with sheets of tissue paper be- Razor. The 'DelivLealov IS THE WOMAN'S FAVORITE MAGAZINE. 4 Mailed free for 12 Hon heads cut from stem p. Lion Coffee wrappers and a An unusually fine picture, from the brush of the noted German artist, Gabriel Max. poem, "The It is founded cn Chamlsso'sis interesting, Lion's Bride." The story and we send with each picture a handI some folder, containing copy of the poem ifcraj--''ji-and telling all about it. Size, 15x20 inches. cuperiorandstylish, article. Size, 20x40 inches. Given for 20 hon J leaves. On these tissue pages the tween the ....' heads and a 2ccut stamp. vn.. Fruit Picture. wi.itii'jii; in i children can trace the pictures beneath, thus affording enjoyment, as well as instruction to the hand and eye. These drawing books and the box of crayons go very well together. There are six different kinds, and each drawing boclc requires 6 Hon heads and a stamp. Given for 35 lion heeds and a s razor, made of best stamp. A English steel, aud extra hollow-groun- Rubber Dressing Comb. stamp. For 10 Uon heeds and a Length, 7 inches, full size and weight. Made of genuine India rubber, finely finished. Appropriate for a ladies' dressing-case or for use in the household. Dorothy and Her Friends." A And is issued by the Famous Fashion Pnblishers, The Butterick Publishing Co. (Limited), at 7 to 17 West Thirteenth Street, New York at the remarkably lew rate of $1.00 for a year's Subscription, r 15 Nice combined horses always on 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 1883. bright, cheery picture. For 8 Hon heads end. a 2c stamp. A bright, cheery' with her chickens and her rabbits. The predominating colors are rich reds and greens. Size, inches. Tor 10 Uon heads stamp wo and will mail It tinned, read; lor hanging. Naval Bos Kite. See it Fly! The celebrated box kite now eo popular. Thirty inchc3 long and comes safely folded,' but Game "India." Similar to "Parches!," which has been played in eastern countries since before the dawn of history. The illustration shows plan of the game, with usual counters, dice PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, U OF LANCASTER. Dr. R. Goldstein, The Celebrated Eye Specialist, of LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, Will be at Gilcher Ilotcl, Danville, on Thursday Novr. 30, and at St.Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Friday, Dec. 1st, returning one day each month. Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted. L.P.HUBBLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER. KY Thirty-Thousan- ST. picture, little ronreseut-mg- a girlplay-in- g fields and a 50-Fo- Size, 16r2i inches. ot stamp. Given for 8 Hon Clothes Line. a Given for IS lion heads and Made of closely braided cotton and will give the best of fly. Every American boy wants one, persons also can quickly be spread to Capital, Surplus Fund BUSINESS $50,000 10,000 SOLICITED. d Acres.Val-uah- le f t&S vfrfcf y-- v. jA arc interested threads, stron; satisfaction. flailed free far 40 Hon heads cut from stamp. Lion Coffee wrappers and a it. A came which people never tire of playing. Given for 20 Hon stamp. heads and a and dice-cup-s Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed I. M. HieoiNBOTHAM Liwis Y. Lxxvkll B. F. Hudson W. O. Bisnky CD. wauueb i Mineral Lands for Sale in, South-Easter- n Kentucky. s Special Bargains in Farms. Blue--Gras- Hardwood Timber and. Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else, too. Don't overlook it ! You have bought a certain portion of some article to be selected by you from our new Premium Lists ! THE ABOVE ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another list will 6hortly appear in this paper I Don't miss it I The grandest list of premiums ever offered I UON COFFEE by the vrapper. It Is a sealed pack esc, with tbc lion's head in front. It is absolutely pure if the package is unbroken. LION COFFEE is roasted the day it leaves the factory. Yoa'always-fcno- Presides. Cashiei olutelT neceseary to the yonn-mawho would win or young-womasuccess in life. This being conceded Assistant Cash'i Bookkeeper it is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank Is afcf A BUSINESS THE BRYANT & EDUCATION ' iWhen writing for premiums send your letter in the same envelope or package with the Uon heads. If more than 1 5 Hon heads are sent, you caa rave postage by trimming down the margin. Ask your grocer for large illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the DIBECTOES: J.M.HiealHBOTHAM, J.S.JOHN80K, H. C. Arnold, ALIX.QlBBB, LXWUY LIAYBU T.M.AHKOLS STBATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLE, KY. COLLEGE yy'OOLSGN $P3E G., Toledo, Ohio. J. B. F. Hudson. BOOK-KEEPIN- J.J. WXLXBB Jacob Y. Robinson. SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHY. of this college preferred by business houses. Write for a beautiful book 'giving testimonials from gradaates occupying: nrnminent naaltlona all over the United States It wiU 'be WHICH Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In his