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TENTS YEAR Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON DECEMBER U 1899 ONE DOLLAR A 1 Iii f2 utf i it t n t ItJLoi cr 7 YE Y v I I I t f J NIrlrRTIt E l yz 2 s22 LANCASTER AND VICIMTy I r I 0Cvf O Od4 0d040OQ0000400dd0400dd0OOO Dolls and in variety at sons For nice Christmas presents go to T ABeazley Co For Sale A nice Jersy cow Apply at this office Oysters Fruits Grapes and Celery at T For useful and handsome Christmas presents go to J A Beazley Co All kinds blankets from 50c to 350 per pair at Jennings Co Paint Lick We take your produce at marketprice Faulconer Evaporated peaches prunes Horn thy Grits Hominy Flakes and Oats At T Carreys We have the prettiest of Ladies ji Hosiery ever shown in Call and examine J Messrs Hemphill and Beazley have bought four beautiful white horses to work to their close carriages OKeep warm by using a of our splendid Blankets We carry a tine line of Comforts J Joseph Dont forget W J Romans has a fine line of buggies wag ons and pheatons for Christmas pres Quite a crowd of young people both from Danville Stanford will at tend Gov Taylors lecture Friday night Dr James Lapsley filled the Presby terinn pulpit Sunday morning and evening in the absence of Dr McKee who was ill The 1 reserved seats for the GO Bob Taylor lecture are within railing tiff tho Court House and are the best to be had in the room I will take steps against those me if debts are not once This business must be md I mean what I say G S GAINES The Maccabees are preparing to give a big entertainment in the near future and want all members to be on hand next Wednesday night to make final arrangements Bro Partin Called The Stanford Journal says Rev Ira Partin was almost unanimously called to the pastorate of the Baptist church Waynesboro for another year He accepted the call Bob McFadden who was robbed by some dusky damsels has 1m tied around and scraped up enough cash to take his anual visit to London at which place he worked for many years You cant keep an honest man down Big Hop Toulglit The young men will give a swell hop this evening in the new Owsley block Saxtons orchestra of eight men will furnish the music and a line time is anticipated Tickets of admission will Q issued Chance ol Your Life The offer made by Fuller Sympson to sell their stock of Queensware at cost has beenaccepted 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 Bank Stock For Sale As executor of the estate of E W Lawless decd I will on next county court day at 2 oclock p m at the courthouse door in Lancaster sell to the higest bidder two shares of the capital stock of the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster Ivy 2t Doc 11 1899 JOHN N TKATEK f Deaths Angels visit It was a great shock to the many v and relatives of Mr Mrs James A Beazley when told that the little son Jesse had been called to the lovingarms of Jesus at an early hour Saturday night The little felltfW had been sick for many weeks and his sufferings been great but it was be lieved for some time that his life v could be saved All tHat loving hands and skilled physicians could do was r done but to no avail lIe was in his second year and an unusually bright child The remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday after noon Deal li of Little Harry Deepest sympathy is extended by Garrard county friends and ac quaintances to Mr and Mrs Harry iGiovannoli of Danville in the death their threemonthsold babe Harry The Advocate the child wasap parently in perfect health Saturday afternoon but during the night the 24 little spirit was taken to God Who gave it heartbroken will find no more comforting words those spoken by the Saviour who said Suffer little children to rome me and them not for of such A the Kingdom pf Heaven poys Nuts s big neD on e Du caster Joseph and t owing at closed u handsome y I friends and of The parents than i r Than Cur1 a t i also r Ients i r I r I a f r N x is many x i says Yc 1 1 1r 3 unto forbid R r f of a to on Fine tea cakes atFaulconer Cut glass in the newest cuts at Thompsons X Good boots for S150 200 and 250 at Jennings Co Paint Lick Medallions in all the new shapes from 25c up TyC Thompson The exchange is being moved into its new qnarters this week Ladies Shoes du A fine pavement has been put down the entire length of the Cemetery which fills a long felt want Butcher knives lard cans sausage mills lard presses sage pepper etc at Jennings Co Paint Lick 3Cy Statements of condition of our local banks appear in this issue and show the institutions in a flourishing Three little negroes broke open box of candy at the depot and now have to hang up their stockings on the work house fireplace Ad McDonald has the electric lights burning better and brighter than they have ever burned He knows his and attends to it strictly Dr Acton is erecting a handsome dwelling on the lot recently purchased adjoining R II Batson on Lexington street He hopes to be in it by first the year Bank Will Close Both banks will be closed the 25th and on Jan 1 They are both legal holidays and no can be Bear this in mind and have your papers etc fixed up on the before 2t Feed for Sale Such as corn on the ear Crushed and cob meal Baled hay cut fodder straw and hay for making chop feed Also the best Blue Gem and Jellico coals obtainable Give us part of your trade at least which will be appreciated S T Leavell Son tf Jim Lays Down tile Quill We regret to note that Mr James Maret has sold the Mt Signal and will enter other business He has made the Signal a mighty good paper and its visits were always enjoyed Mr Edgar S Albright a lawyer and School teacher takes charge of the pa per About Tlie Ran Road In an article almost quarter of a column long Bro Walton tells his readers he believes the Southern will be built through Lincoln He closes as follows Our Lancaster friends will be in the lurch and we will grieve to behold theirgrief Dry those tears my love Lancaster has that road by the tail and a downhill pull This fact will be proven to you in ere long then all you folks over there and at Danville will weep so copiously that a river will be formed upon which you may run a flatboat over to Garrard and connect with the South Death of Spcnce Hubble Mr Spencer Hubble who died in the Asylum at Lexington last week was brought here for interment in the Lancaster Cemetery on Friday His insanity his physicians say was the result of liver disease He was a good citizen and for many years a success full and trader in live stock in Lincoln county He was about fifty years old and has been in the asylum three years prior to his death He leaves a widow Samantha J Rubble er mourn his loss who has many sym to pathizing friends Dave All Right The other night a young blood who had surrounded too much blind tiger booze was giving Comanchee yells on the Public Square just as people were goingto church Of course the fellow was things all his own way but Jailer Dave Ross heard the racket and went to him and told him unless the yelling was stopped he would be arrested Dave given the horse laugh but walking up to the young rooster he said row see here my little man I am no marshal but I have the key to the jail and if I hear anything else out of you by gan or you will go right behind the bars and orders from all the judges in Ken tucky will not get you out of all tomorrow This settled it and he racket peo pie owe Dave a of The QUEEN CRESCENT only hours to New Orleans The QUEEN CRESCENT is the line South The QUEEN VCRESCENT only through Pullman line ta Florida The QUEEN CRESCENT only through car line to Ashvill j f i e nil Hern- don J We have a tine ocr condition business business transacted Saturdays countY ern Is enl the nol or wshe rd 00iJ i Y t R 8 telephone betP C corn Vernon farmer having was thanks shortest 1 bU es so all for lon Bring on your old iron and get the advance H B Northcott Lard cans sausage mills lard and butcher knives Prices the lowest J R HASELDEN Telephone 55 for reserved seats to Gov Bob Taylors lecture Love Laughter and Song Friday night Dec 15th Rev Massee did not preach his Prodigal Mothers Sunday many of them away For Rent Storeroom 23x45 on public square plate glass front with or without basement Lancaster Hotel Co J Joseph is leading theDry Goods van this season an his many will testify fact goods at prices will win every For 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 If you want to see and hear thejdo f Americas platform speakers heat Gov Taylor Friday night Dec 15th Lancaster Court House AJmissioi 50cts Reserved seats 75cts and 100 at McRoberts Drug Store Go to Thompsons for Xmas gains Handsome Herndons nsware at J C Thompson has a large line of Cut Glass at low See our new line of neckwear ROBINSON 1 am standing a nice Jersey Bull at 109 cash m25tf R L ELKIN New line of dried fruits also cabbage and potatoes at Jennings Co Paint Lick Ky Many useful and desirable goods too numerious to mention at Stormes Drug Store The members of the W C T others who are interested are re quested to be present at the regular meeting at three oclock next Satur day P Jr in the Masonic Hall Miss Rhena McSher will be present and will have something of interest tosay and a full attendance is desired Guess on Candle The large candle in the window at the Blue Grass Grocery Co turned out a few days ago and the guess was awarded to Ed Norris it was found shortly after that Mrs L guess was recorded wrong The company then ordered a duplicate set and will give bothparties one which speaks well for the company Mr Norris very gracefully gave Mrs Mil let the set at the store and will wait the other Many Good Things to Eat The ladies of the Presbyterian church will open a Christmas Market the store of Mr Jesse W Sweeney Saturday Dec 23 They will sup you at the very lowest rates with ham chickens turkeys salads pies sandwiches homemade candy and in fact anything in the eating line you may wish They will be glad to re ceive orders for cakes which they will bake and have ready for you at any time you say An extra large black cake will be cut and sold insuchquan titles as you wish 2t A Narrow Escape Monday as Miss Bertha Burnside was driving into town the horse frightened and dashed up Dan vill street It crossed the Public Square and continued its run out street Tercy her little broth was in the carriage and as she had D hold him in the horse ran upon the pavement at the Graded School and smashed a lot of the fence before it was stopped The occupants escaped without injury though the carriage badly broken Miss Burnside dis played great courage infolding on to the reins and the boy About one horse in every ten thousand is safe for ladies to drive m A Pretty It became necessary to send Saturday to have some mechihery re pared Among other things the steam gauge of the engine was to be over hauled and he took Ifto some eight ten places in that city and was to told at each that they didnt do that kind of work Mullins finally ran across acquaintance who told him was on a cold trail gauge bore the mark of a maker at Waynes Moro Vermont and Cincinnati people would not repair it on that account As the express to Vermont and back would amount to almost as much as a new gauge would cost we ordered new onejout and out bub you can your life it not ordered from Cincinnati Mullins he wastold they all be gal v it bare I LOGAN Christmas sermon concrete customers t Honest ll est tim Rnt Millers op ply became Lexington our to Ci as tile toaunlon k ii r ir c r ncr J d r Faulco prl s Farurs pre pta that vas Pass r Cary Mullins sweet lynx says it awns because ged x i Y ail abet k jt at ed to to ti all fresh oysters in town at T Curreys Go to Logan Robinson for heavy boots and shoes H B NorthcoltAvill pay highest market price Guns hunting coats and loaded shells at Jennings Co Paint Lick For rent Small store room and up stairs offices or living rooms Jno E Stormes The finest and freshest line of Xmas candies ever brought to Lancaster at Fuller Sympsons In Dress Goods wedefy any titor to show apre tier line at more reasonable prices 7j770sephr Gov Bradley will introduce Gov Bob Taylor at the Court House Friday J 10 erect a neat dwelling house on his lot adjoining the shop on street 21 nice 850 to 900 Ib steers and 13 nice 750 Ib steers Apply to T M Johnston or Sons A few mammoth bronze turkeys Toms 150 Hens 100 Mrs G T Higginbotham Marcellus Ky Curlltmas Shoppers See the beautiful jardiniers plaques cut glass sterling silver novelties dolls and books at Stormes There are only a few more choice reserved seats left to Gov Taylor lecture tomorrow night Go at once to McRoberts Drugstore and secure them GOY Bob Taylor charges 150 for delivering his new lecture Laughter and Song All should him who can and thus assist the man tigers in bringing to Lancaster the best talent in America Ed A Card of Thanks To those dear friends who were so nd to us during our bsreavment we lake this method of extending our heartfelt thanks Such deeds of kind ness are never forgotton and we will always cherish the noble acts and lov ing words we received Mr and Mrs A Beazley Holiday One and onethird fare via the Queen Crescent Route Dec 22nd to 25th and Dec 30th to Jan 1st Tickets are good to return Jan 4th To points north of Ohio River return limit is Jan 2nd W C RINEAKSON Genl Passgr Agent Cincinnati It Will Go Higher We are getting rich too fast and are going to quit the coal business We have ten cars of Kensee Jellico coal we want to close out at once Also two cars of Altimont and Pitts Buy now it will go higher when we quit W B Moss Co The Ladle to Organize It has been proposed to organize a Ladies Cemetery Society the object being to secure a number of improve ments in our City of the Dead Those the head of the project have decid to hold a meeting at Masonic Hall next Monday afternoon at 2 oclock organize elect officers and decide upon plans of obtaining a number of im provements in the Cemetery which ought to be made Every lady who has relatives buried there is or ought be interested in this matter and is important that all who can pus so be on hand promptly afternoon Restaurant and Bakery Judge J C Hemphill has rented the corner store room now occupied by C Powell to R Zimmer of Richmond who will take possession January 1st and open a restaurant and bakery Mr Zimmer has had many years experience and for some time was this city with Albert Shilling The Hemphill rooms both lower and up stairs will be put in per feet shape papered and made suit the reqiiinnents of Mr Zim business He uses the latest improved ovens the time brick ones having been discarded A first class bakery and restarrant is certain rf ly needed here Hard to Stand A merchant said yesterday I am always glad for my friends and patrons make themselves at home in 4 store but there are two or three yes halt a dozen Jfellows who hang about my from early in the morning if either of them bought ten cents goods year I do not it This merchant is not the only one infested with the loafer You can see them on hands They take up room make dirt upon arid crowd custom K from the fire They only hang about stores but in all public places and are about the biggest nol business have to contend jviif i B tImesMr W preparing to Stanford For DrugStore hearS burg at lOlc per bushel do Monday in business in painted old y Iguhome at night worthof H snot men fJ N t i Jl J 1 I 0 t s fob furs comp Romans carry c Sale For Sale Rats sable first class T to house l ulna know I the floor with w yf t W j to New canned goods at Faulconer Herndons j Nice Chairs at J A Beazleys ble for Xmas presents Bisque and Pottery in all fancy pieces at Thompson We headquarters for heavy boots and shoes Logan Robinson Mclntoshes and slickers from 150 500 at Jennings Co Paint Lick Have your seats reserved early for Gov Taylors lecture as the house will be crowded Highest market price paid kinds of produce R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Sterling in all fancy pieces toilet articles sjipoons knives and forks at J C Thimpsbns Gov Taylor has tHe best oneman show in America Lancaster Court House Friday night Dec 15th Hog Killing Time Buy sage black and Cayene pepper and salt petreat Stormes Dru Store Lookout for Blue Grass Grocers big run on Candies Nuts Etc Special prices for the Holidays See ad in next weeks issue A gentleman who served on the grand jury said Lancaster either the best boys in the world or they were the best set of liars he ever saw Get ready for Christmas the most glorious time of the year Cone and se the beautiful presents we have on exhibition at our store R L Jet uings Co Paint Lick Important Those who have purchased season tickets to the Lancaster Lyceum Course will call at McRoberts Drug Saturday and get your ticketr entitle you tofirst choice of rc served seats It was found to be impossible to complete the Opera House in time so the engagement of the Three Mus keteers was canceled There will be no more entertainments given until the house is completed Miss Rhena McSher National Or ganizer of the Y W C T U will speak at Herring school house next Sunday afternoon at three oclock Everybody is cordially invited to A collection will be taken to defray expenses of the work U fc are Sly r your 4 suit fort h attend std Best and harness in town W J RomansJ Cities in all the useful npsons Get all for your High top shoes for 150 at Jennings Co Ky Lard cans and sausage mills J R HASELDEN A nice line of furniture always on hand at R L Jennings Co Paint Lick Ky Silver spoons without extra and engraving free at J C A few pairs of Buell bootees left Come and get your siza before they are all sold Logan Robinson Lizy REid was indicted for the part she took in the Bob McFadden hug ging bee in which the latter came out 60 loser Dont arrange to purchase your car dies nuts etc until you see sto k at The Blue Grass Grocery and get their prices See ad in next issue Friday night will be the last oppor tunity of hearing Gov Taylor this season as he will lecture in the West ern states after Christmas Spillman Riggs will be on hand to delight all who may attend his lecture The Funny Side of Life Thursday night Dec 21 By special request he will repeat Swinging in the Gripe Vine Swing Gov Bob Taylor Is the humorist tl e country has been looking for As this is his first appearance in Lancaster our people should give him a rousing reception Friday night Dec 15th 50cts Reserved seats 75 and 100 at McRoberts Drug Store An Ideal CliritttiuaH Is what the children will expect and is what you ought to furnish them Wagons Dolls Pistols Watches Fire Crackers and everything to make them happy at R L Jennings Co Paint Lick All kindsof metal brass zinc coir per lead old ledgers rubber shoes hides pelts beeswax ginseng and yellowroot Will pay extreme market price for all kinds produce H B NoiiTneorr More local on page 4 c Silver v pieces at Tl ur jngredients Black ys S Pairlt n randsome cass cl rge T on Admission c e pest Cakea Lick sows C e anted tallow We Are Crowing Over having such a splendid line of Cooking and Heating Stoves Our patrons NEVER ESTER CONTEST as our Prices and Goods always please them COMPLETE RETURNS show us far in the lead with all kinds of Stoves Grates Mantles to keep off winters chilly blasts J R HASELDEN andeverything Beazley Banghman Funeral Directors Arterial antI Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture asd Carpets jyoTIlATS JiILuizTox JEROBISSOS Hays Hamilton Robinson Attorneys and Counselors at Law LANCASTER KY l y 1 we of P Christmas fiB Our Complete line of Holiday Goods for Gentlemen is now on dis play and we have extra Salesmen to assist our customers in making Our showing of Neckwear Suspenders Mufflers Handkerchiefs Umbrellas and Gloves Is we believe the best in Lancaster and represents the newest ideas in Haberdashery We are doing a large holiday business simply this tini3 as at other during the year we adhere strictly top pahr prices Talcs tW instaiee out Un of NECKWEAR and SUSPENDERS We challenge any competition to produce any thing that win excel them We are disposed if anything to sell goods cheaper at this holiday time than at any other for it closes the most successful seasons business have ever done and we feel like doing our share toward making the Christmas season our customers as pleasant as we can We are Holding a Special Sale of Sibils and Overcoasts 500 750 850 1000 and 12d6 Pants Suits at 150 2 00 25F and 350 We pleased to serve you at this season and you need not look any further than For the Best in the Market Logan RobinsonTHE PEOPLES CLOTHIERS J Bells SOON RINGING theirselection at w thus c l fit Boys Knee shall be 19 J e b Ik 1 Jr f WILL D E3 D D 0 r bacafzsa tim 3 I r- V u 111f f A I CENTRAL RECORD rVEBY WEEP BY ZOPJS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TEEMS sIX MOUTHS THEM s t OKBTIFU JK AKClOOU so II THURSDAY DEC 14 1899 In all this talk about changing the manner of voting the best suggestion we have seen comes from the Cynthi Democrat It suggests electric gloves the right hand for democrats and the left for republicans By a simple arrangement the glove directs the stencil to the proper place and stamps under the device Of should a republican get his hand in the democratic glove or vice versa a circuit would be closed that would in instant death Still night schools would be necessary to teach the intelligent voter his right hand from his left and in many instances it would be necessary to dehand voters to prevent their voting themselves into kingdom to come A LOUISVILLE paper says its the fad in cities now for the sawciety yer know to give Hayseed at which they try to dress like country folks or as they say Rubes Now this burlesque might be alright but the city girl will never take to it When she is divested of her wire hips birdcage bustle and some dozen other articles which go to com plete her make up she will far from resemble the rosycheeked plump healthy country gal she would fain make light of Gov BRADLEY would do a good turn by the state if he would put the malitia after the little crossroads cor respondents to daily papers who do more to give Kentucky a bad name than do all the fueds negro burnings etc Not half the stuff telegraphed to the dailies is worth mention in the country local papers The daily press is not so much to blame as they have to accept reports sent from parties they think are reliable THE editor of the Cynthiana Demos had taken the gratu given by different friends within the past ten years he would have had wives enough to stretch from here to Utah But he believes in good enough alone and remains a bachelor THE rainy day skirt is meeting a cold reception from the boxankled and bigfooted portion of the female sex but pretty ankles and graceful footsies wear them when the smallest cloud is observed in the sky cowls result people Parties paint orat says it he I itousadvice letting girlswith ana TODAY the 14th is the 100th awn versary of the George Wash ington familiarly called the Father of His Country This is a notable day from the fact that it is the only one of consequence upon which the post offices banks and schools do pot close Gov W S TAYLOR was inaugurat ed Tuesday amid much bomb and The other officerselect do not take their seats until next month The democratic candidates have filed notice of contest save Goebel and his running mate whose contests will come before the legislature As rubber goodsare high we presume those Frankfort merchants who brought on large stocks of top boots for the bloodwaders will be left with the bag to hold REPORTS from Frankfort say Gov enorelect Taylor will retain Gen D R Collier as adjutant general Gen Collier has made a good officer and his Garrard county friends are glad to know that he will be kept in THE Louisville base club or rather its best players have sold to Pittsburg All kinds of junkhas been on the increase in pric e latey and the sale at Louisville is not surprising INVENTORS of the wireless graph the air ship and many other wonderful mechanisms will reap a great financial harvest but the man who completes the devilproof coffin will receive the entire wealth of the world NoSv that the election is settledthe sapheads who wanted to wade in blood will have to go to driving or plowing to make enough to keep from starving until another rolls around The latest county maps of Kentucky and Tennessee will be furnished free to the schools of Garrard Co on ap plication of teacher or School Trustees to R E McRoberts 10 6t The entire time of the House this week is being given up to the debate on the Currency Bill Little of will be done by the Senate preparation by committees for future work As a cure for rheumatism Chamber lains Pain Balm is gaining a wide rep utation D B Johnston of Richmond Ind has been troubled with that since 1862 In speaking tf it he says I never found anything that would relieve me until I used Cham berlains Pain Balm Itacts like magic with me My foot was swollen and paining me very much but one good application of Pain Balm relieved me For sale byR E McRoberts Druggist v tel doubtless oxcarts election Free importance ailment death of prude ball bee of pond a I have a few goods on hand that I will sell regardless of cost Mrs A S Haselden Those wishing to contribute any thing to the box that will be sent to the widows and orphans home at Louisville will please leave at Mrs A S Haseldens box will be sent off Friday before the 25th Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt says Our baby was coveredwith running sores Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for piles and skin disease Beware of worthless counterfeits F P 1m Mrs John Arnold of Lancaster is spending the week Mrs Pauline Smith Miss Ella Dunn of Brod head is the guest of friends in this vicinity Miss Bessie Patton has re turned from a weeks visit to rela tives in Mrs Hurd and children from Mt Sterling are visit ing relatives in this vicinity BF Patton has from a business trip to Cincinnati Sam Haselden visited his parents Sunday Hiram Campbell and little daughter of Nich olasville visited the Misses Dunns fill the pulpit here Sunday Forbroken limbs chilblains burns scalds bruised shins and sores ofjeverykindjjapplyBALLARDS SNOW LINiMENT It will give im mediate relief and heal any wound Price 25 and 50cts C C J E Stor mss 1m PBEACHERSVILLE Wm Cress of Rockcastle has moved to our vilage J H Thompson has to the mountains to buy some James Rogers sold a horse to Rev Hobos of Barboursville for 6250 also one to Mat Siler for 4500 Dock Anderson from Otenheim last week buying hogs at 3ic The person who disturbed the last Sunday by coughing is requested to call on C C J E Stormes and get a bottle of Foleys Honeys Honey and Tar which always gives relief 1m G A Siler has returned from the mountains Bro Carnicle of Mt Ver non preached at the Baptist church last Sunday Bro Pollitt will hold his quarterly meeting here Saturday and Sunday the 16 and 7th of this month Before this goes to press Ancil Siler will have entered the mat rimonial circle taking to Miss Britton of Lincoln county Miss Katie Payne has been Spending sev eral days at Rowland Have you a cold A dose of COUS SENS HONEY OF TAR at bedtime will remove it Price 25 and 50cts C C JE Stormes 1m r DeWitts Frisbie with Lincoln returned hidsore throat county hogS BRYAN SPYLLE The S where congregation himself MARKSBDRY Cyrus sold his crop of tobacco to George Broaddus 7c H D bought of T D Scott a Jersey milk cow for 30 and sold to same a sow and pigs for 12oO Mr J V Cecils sale was well attend tioneer Last Friday afternoon Mr ner gentle buggy horse while he went into the house The horse became frightened ran out of yard over the stone wall and on to the pike doing some to the bug horse received but very few injuries visitingfriends and wife will move to Lancaster the very successful school in Lower Gar rard Friday Dec 8 On Thursday morning Dec 7 at 9 red at the home of the brides par ents Mr and Mrs Moses Dorton The was performed by Rev J C of After the congratulations left for Dan and from thence to Lexington where they will visit An editor prints his paper to give his patrons the news of the day and for the money there is in it He is presumed to know of what he writes and he generally does When he writes as he does in the Leader Courier Osceola Mills Pa without fee or hope of reward that Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts magically and we have found none better in our household If you have a ough try it it may be accepted as an honest expression worthy For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m I Cowsbrought broughtgood T C standing r ReubenNaylors j I permit GeorgiaDorton I See usual o damage y ceremony of credence STONE Fat are selling at Ac per lb in this vicinity C had a 400 lb hog to die with hydrophobia last week Ras Allen sold to Baker of Bryant 75 bushel of hemp seed at 210 per bushel T L Sanders who sold to of Lancaster 45 bushel of hemp at 200per bushel Taylor Saunders of Lancaster Several from here will attend the sale of Grow at Pleas ant Hill next Saturday L D Mitchell the latter part of last week Miss Stella by Sam Teater were the of Misses Mattie and Pearl Saunders Sunday Mrs Peachie Grow and son Lee are the guests of her sister Mrs Mattie Rob erts JM Saunders of Judson was A thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of An nie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia P when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal soon removed the pain in my chest can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe So will every and who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drug Store every bottle guaranteed I I l W Mitchell seed re hereMonday MCDowell familySunday4 I I Cureit anti accompanied uests WHAT to Buy is a Good Thing But Knowing WHERE to buy it is Better We are ii6w showing the most Select and Choice stock of CANDIES ever brought to Lancaster These goods were se lected with the view of getting the purest and best goods for the least money We know we can delight you if you purchase your candies of us Superb stock of ORANGES BANANAS LEMONS NUTS and FANCY CAKES Nice line of Dolls Give us a call Faulconer Herndon i Our Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries is Complete Bring us your produce j l U n U n U I IW CHRISTMAS 1 PAINTS IlL I ALL iJ Window Glass III ALL SIZES NOW THE TILE TO AT n cROBERTS ill 10 i 00 000 ounluuUIlU 190 010111OgOUOg U eeoonee eeeeetaa yeeeeeeeeemO ae eeeaesaxaeeeemivoojpooao oooaoooooooaooeooooaooooo0oooooeoovoooovovoavowooo oo oovooo ig KINDS IS jUy TAE i 1LR Overcoats worth 5 at 350 750 at 650 900 at 750 1000 at 900 Boys overcoats at 225 to 350 Mclntoshes from 175 to 600 All wool suits at 650 to 10 Good suits at 450 and 500 I cLoTHIN611000000oooooaooooo0 CHILDRENS CLOTHING VERY LOW liens boots worth 175 at 150 liens boots wooth 250 at 200 liens high cut oil grain shoes worth at 200 liens high cut shoes worth 175 at 150 Good felt boots at 200 and 250 A big line of MENS AND CHILDRENS Also Blankets Comforts and Everything for winter wear WHAT ONE IN WINTER Might require quite a space to list if you take in the entire range but its what he wants in clothes his wearables that ought to cause him to come here gets correct styles the kind of quality he can safely bank on and then the prices that sway buying Coming in great bargain month at this hurry his selections Will pay 20 cents per dozen for eggs this week Give us a call R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Ky frill I 250 UN- DERwEAR WANTS ReasonsHe of them Decembera buyeril ill ill m I m m rrtffiTI i i OMEN S 1 a 1 i UNPRECEDENTED IS OUR BIG SAO OF mmm Jk w W Has Proven Very Popular and Crowds our Store Daily r We give you Same Advantages in Prices and Quality that You Would Get in the Big Cities XjIET TJS I IFIRO riE TillS We GUARANTEE SATISFACTION in every sale we make and will not only refund the but pay your expenses back to our store if goods are not exactly as represented I J 0 0 04 ID ndOvercoats I- u u u 1 ASSERTION 0 money s s JLFrohmanC6 THE GLOBE l y 4St o Fi E3 l OVERCOATS CLOTHING FiNE SHOES 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000 Our ecialSale Suitf- i Dl a f coM ii F L 5w r s rri y- tiReV bwr a3 s wr- P ft i f Y 5 k DRUG STORE Complete Throughout with entire New We are supplied with the most complete and modern stocks of Drugs to be found in Central Kentucky We will open our doors Saturday December i6th HolidayGoodsArticles and call especial attention to quality and price prescription department is in charge of Mr Schenck a Registered Druggist of many years experience Nothing but tint purest drugs used r r r We have a select line of Cigars and Tobaccos and a complete line of Druggists Sundries Frisbi s Pharmacy I I I B S g M 11 J5J E l I NEW j Stock I I ooaaoopoo ooooooooooooooooo Our 0 L L f I CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY DEC 14 1899 A1JOUT PEOPLE Geo Smith Jr was in Stanford Monday Sirs L Gresham is visiting friends j in Lexington i Miss Sue Herring has been visiting I friends in Danville Miss Eugenia Bush is Miss in Danville t Captain Ryan has gone to Chatta nqoga to spend afew days Miss Bettie Anderson of Lexington i is Jthome for several weeks Rev R R West of Washington City isyisiting relatives here The Wednesday afternoon Club met with Miss Annie Aus tip Mrs J A Duddera has been visit ing Mrs Chas Denman in Nicholas vine Messrs Will Embry and Frank Marksbury were visitors in Stanford Sunday i i Mr James GrifTin wife and son of Lexington are visiting relatives in v this city Mrs Charles P Denman of XicholI asville has been visiting her parents in this city r v Col Jim Dillons condition is improved but he is still confined to his room Miss Arnold has been a few days with Misses Jennie Lucy Arnold Mrs Lizzie Rice left tlis week for Texas where she was called to the of her son Joe I Miss Louise Parks of Middlesboro i is the charming guest of Misses and liable Royston Oliver T Pollard will be married in f Lexington next Wednesday to Miss Lizzy Kase of that city j i Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned I from a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs P O Nelson of Lebanon i Miss Minnie Woods of Hustonville is tIle guest of her cousin Mrs Ray mond Haselden Richmond street Mr Schenck a registered pharmac itt has arrived and taken charge of j Prisbies prescription department Mrs Jennie Yanhuss of Adams Ind is visiting her father Mr Henry Hurt Her children accompanied her Uncle Dave Arnold and daughter Mrs Folger of NicholasviHe are guests of Mr Will Arnold and family jj Col Jim Maret editor of the Vernon Signal was in town the other made this ollice a pleasant j call Mr John Farra and Miss Jennie t Burnside attended the reception given i in honor of Mr Richard McGrath and f bride 3Ir and Mrs Sallee Mr and Mrs I L Bruce Mr and Mrs Pope and Mr and Mrs Will Baughman of Danville I attended the funeral of little Jessie k Beazley Sunday j Fred Yeager who moved to Okla fj hqma some time since is back in Gar rard visiting relatives and friends He will return to the wild and wooly west in a few weeks Geo B Harris has gone to Carlisle to accept a position with his brother in the L N oflice at that place He is a good telegraph opera p visiting Industrial somewhat Addie spending bedside Annie It day and a 1i G10b 400 a44 ooa ooBobo oo Mary Dunn I f 1 l r a i r D j r Will i od E HAVE IT M Z is tor and an industrious young man Mrs Will Groman and children who have been spending the summer with her Mr Isaac Myers left today for a few days visit to Danville rela fives and then to her home in Stan Mr Walker Baker our valued laceton scribe was in town this week He has just closed the school at that place which he has been teaching since the memory of man runneth not to the contrary Mr L F Hubble received a letter this week from his English friend G stating that his brother was killed in battle in the war now being waged in South Young Mr Prescott belonged to the English army A RECOUD representative saw brook Prank at the Lexington opera house the other night and judging from the way he was smiling at a pretty girl who sat by he was far from being a married but would like nonstrous well to be The following invitations have been Dr and Mrs H C Herring request the honor of your presence the marriage of their daughter Sue Fisher to Jerry Respess on Vvrednesday December time twentieth at nine oclock at Maple Lawn Lancaster Ky PAINT LICK Get your girl a box of that fine can dy at Paint Lick Joe Mull ins sold to Adams 1GO acres of mountain land for 2500 Robt Brown bought a nice saddle mare from Adams for 35 About all of the tobacco crops in this section has been sold at good pri Our postmaster Henry Moore wife gave a to a few of their friends on Thanksgiving day Everything to make Christmas such as Citron Currants Rais ins c at Jennings Cos Paint Lick Pleas Murray will soon be a million bed of coal Mr and Mrs Ramsey start ed on their bridal tour to Arkansas the same day were married to see Mr Ramseys brother who have been out their for two years Captain White is just about right when he said there should be but two honest men sent to Frankfort one to guard the prisoners and the other re ceive the I move that they send him and I let him the prisoners and I will theey All right Misses Sallie Ada and Mabel Me Whorter and Allie White four char ming young ladies of Crab Orchard who have been here visiting relatives and friends last Miss Eliza Rucker who has Iat Versailles visiting friends return ed home Miss Lucy Ad ams of Richmond is here on a few days visit to relatives The little baby of Mr and Mrs Al vah Pullins was taken away from them a few nights ago the cold behand of is now at rest the angels It is hard for a loving to give up her dear lit andthefond mother and shed not a tear for your little jewel has gone to one thatloving and dear Mr W P Montgomery of Jessamine county Eads the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Jof this place drove over to on Monday and were married at the cousins Mrs Brownfield They then drove to ML Lebanon where a nice reception was given them by Mr John They will make Jessamine county their home in the friends wish them a long and happy life an DelVitts Little Early Risers purify the blood clean the liver invigorate the system Famous little pills for constipation and liver troubles F P wj Frisbie 1m ke rm lid I father ford Fla Val r L Prescott t Africa Ash issued morning J enuings Cos B Ices andre j receive mont0 Naldie man C W Sr fain money beke When you need something GOOD something FRESH and TEMPTING no use I to look town just call to see US we have it We keep the most complete assortment of GROCERIES ji Lancaster Our Mottot High Class Goods Low Cash Prices and Courteous Treatment fr FULLER SYMPSON It 0 c f 0 J JI co P 0 allover w j s 4I ucrJ Y J U y in the the the He in ful one coe for ter N6WS The dates fixed for the Confederate reunion in Louisville are May 30 to Junes Judge Pryor liar resigned as a mem ber of the State Board of Election Commissioners i The War Department has appropri aced 25000 for a Cuban exhibit at the Paris Exhibition The banks now hold 6 859525 in excess of the requirements of the 25 rule Louis Straus one of Lexingtons leading business men and a wellk turfman died last week There will be 991519 pensioners at the close of the last fiscal year a de crease of 2195 during the year The Pacific Express Companys of fice at Cheyenne Wyo was robbed of a sum variously estimated at from 5000 to 25000 John Wanamaker of Philadelphia testified before the Industrial regarding department stores which he defended The President is said to be in favor of reviving the grade of Vice Admiral and conferring that rank upon both rear Admiral Sampson and Schley jt is estimated that it will require 1358 enumerators to take the census Kentucky The estimate for the Fifth congressional district is 157 James Graham Lieut Colonel of Twentysecond Kansas regiment and a friend drank disinfectant it was whisky and both may die The English public has begun to weary of reports of British victories with the Boers still holding their own and begins to look with distrust upon situation in South Africa In a damage case appealed from Todd county the Court of Appeals rendered a decision which holds cor porations liable to their servants for ordinary negligence of a superior Clarence Williams a negro who murdered Josie Tillman his was legally hanged at Paris expressed a desire to hang at an early hour so he could eat breakfast hell The Kentucky State Guard was not represented at the inauguration by the Governors staff Adjt soldiers In biliousness IIERBINE by ex polling from the body the excess of bile and acids improves the processes purifies the blood and tones up and strengthens the entire system Price SOcts Owing to the fact that the minor State officers terms do not begin un tin January 1 Governoreject Taylor the present Attorney General will appoint some one to fill out the unex pired term as he cannot hold both of fices at once Nearly 30000 more employes of New England cotton and woolen mills have an increase of 10 per cent in wages The bulk of these are in the mills of the American Woolen which has twentyfive mills em ploying about 26000 people The first public hearing of the case was begun at Washington Saturday No decision has been reached as to whether the committee shall go to Utah or have the witness brought to Washington There is talk of presenting Mr Roberts wives and his daughters as witnesses The disposition of children largely J depends upon health If they are troubled wjth worms they will be irritable cross feverish and perhaps seriously sick WHITES CREAM j is a worm expeller and to make them healthy and cheer Price 25cts C C J E Stor mes 1m i son troubled for years with chronic diarrhoea Sometime ago persuaded him to take some of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy After using two r bottles of the 25cent size he was cured give this testimonial hoping some similarly afflicted may read it and C Bower Glen O For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m i The State Board of Election Com missioners delivered certificates of election to the Republican candidates J State offices The written opin Ton of the board was filed The Dem ocratic candidates have not decided L whether they will contest The mat J will probably be determined at a i meeting the StateDemocratic Com mittees which has been called for at Frankfort In the Court of Appeals Saturday opinion was handed down by Judge Paynter in the case of Nail vs Ohio county tis sue ballot case The opinion holds r that all ballots should be printed on the printing can not be distinguished from the back and that if ballots do not substantially comply with the law the election is invalid The opinion was prepared more than a week ago but was held up on account of the in nam and DuBelie dissent from the majority opinion and Judge Goffey der clines to assent or dissent because he was not sitting the case was argued Benj lngersonvof Hutton Ind says he had not spoken above a whis per for months old bottle of Fo leys and Tar his voice is largely by speakers and siofers C C JJ E Stormes Tm t tKf vw f it 0 000 too 0 0 0 000 o OO9Ooq 00 own Commission thinking sweetheart ofte C UT E Stormes Com- Pany Roberts My has been benefitedThomas of nt Tinsleythe ite sufficiently thick that JJ political feeling Judges wen m ri ten O NIlrl000010000000 M lMNN1 GENE RIB New York percent except assimilative eived ic paper se Bur For lnareeae one Honey restored used very and to and and ness That Throbbing Wouid quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Hills of sufferers have proved their jnetchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if no cured Sold by RE McRoberts 1m MT HEBRON Turkeys are selling in this locality Erasmus Allen sold his hemp seed at 210 per bushel Mr Isaiah Jackson is having a barn erected on his farm near here Isaac Barker sold a bunch of shouts Curt Robinson at 3 per hundred Miss Una Montgomery who has been ill with for several weeks remains in a very critical con spentlastBurginisMrs Peachie Grow is visiting her sister Mrs Mattie in Jessa guestoffromKokomo MrsMaggieAllen is at home after a two weeks stay with MrsWillie Blake man at Mr and Mrs John Keep Quiet use Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural loose of the bowels It always cures For sale by R E McRoberts 1yr ache Druggist babygirl r Thousands crop 4 l m v The Keft Salve in Tho World Is Banner Salve It is made from a prescription bya world wide know skin specialist and is positively the most healing salve for Burn Ulcers Running Sores and all skin disease C C J E tormes StfEEXEY Delayed Lettfr Mr and Mrs HB Arnold and chil dren of Richmond visited her mother Mrs Belle Austin last week Your Perkins visited her mother Mrs Land of Lincoln last week On last Wednesday evening Mr Miley Miss Ander were married at the home of the brides parents near Preachersville promptly at 8 oclock The bridal party entered the parlors of Anderson homestead amid a host of friend to the melodious tones of the wedding march rendered by Miss Austin The ceremony was pronounced by Rev of church of Lancaster in his usual impressive style After the elegant supper awaited them The bride is a beautiful daughter of the late W II Anderson of Preach ersville and the groom is a promising young farmer of re many valuable presents from friends and relatives Your corres pondent with their many friends in wishing them a happy for Pneumonia Dr C J Agnew Mich says I have used Fobys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneu monia the past month with good re suits C C JE Stormcs 1m Scald withfriendsRob- ert son theyrepaired Bishopof JJ I files Mf j j rilRJffimilU T t 0 0 00101 00 0Yi0 T0 ffiP e WE INVITE 1TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME 1 o A Toilet Articles and Books0 0 0 01 Sl 1nIDffiillifm nrrffi1H1mmWlimtffim t 0 Complete stock of PURE DRUGSID I IDANVILLE KY rJXfrJt f 0 fYjJ0Z07JfNr Jf J0 0 OU1t FIIIENDSmay o Q 1 rASKtfLi L 6IIL 6 S 33377f6La83 fttif63S6XD7ISK DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES kii t- ALL K lDS SCHOOL BOOK3Y LiLLARDSTOUT ELECTION NOTICE There will be a meeting of the share holders of the Nrtiomil of Lancaster at their banking house on Tuesday Jauittiry 0 moo for the election of officers and directors nee Cth 1839 S C Cashier ELECTION NOTICE There wllJ be a meeting of the share holders of the Citizens National Bunk on Tnes layJnn usiry 9th 1900 at their banking honse to elect five directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 1899 B F HUDSON Cashier Dank DEf Y G B ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co SVINE ROAD w t j fe ft iy g v y ra to y 1m I I J CIIRXSTMAS J 7f 4i w- V Is rc JJ s y ilU you are thinking of making some preparations f For The Holidays I I And I doubtSail We have a well Selected stock of Merchandise we will Special Low Prices Ifyou want in DRESS GOODS TABLE LINENS Napkins Towels Underwear Ladies Misses and Childrens Jacketr Furs Blankets Comforts Underwear Shoes Clothing Trunks c We Ready to Supply you for less than value We expect to move into our new building about 1st and we want to have as few goods as possible to move and for this reason we will make SPECIAL LOW FIGURES on our stock from now until the first A l 5 anything sriare J 3 i 1 offer at One lot of Ladies Jackets at 200 worth 350 at 375 6co 550 900 at 675 worth TO and 1 2 Our Stock of Fur Collaretts Misses and Childrens will be closed out at a great sacrifice Special Sale of Table Linens Napkins and Towels for the Holiday trade Red Damask at 150 Red Damask at i 20C 30C i g aV i f I worth22C3 t u c Jackets r Bleached Damask at 42 j c 6oc Bleached Damask at 55C 750 Bleached Damask at 68c S5C Fine Satin Damask at gSc I25c Fine Satin Damask at ii2c 1500 One lot of Ladies Dongola Shoes small and medium sizes at 790 worth 150 One lot of Zeiglers fine shoes at gSc worth 250 and 300 Also some good bargains in other lines of shoes We have a number of other good things we like to mention but cannot on or not having space r t 00 0 m0 0 would account J Come at once or you will miss some of the good bargains OnJJanuary 1st we will give away 10000 in cash premiums Those who have our punched tickets should bring them in and get their name in the can before January 1st and get at the money After 1 1900 we will be in our new building on the East of the square near the National Bank m a chanCE i 1H 0 G AN G 0 ODSI t t i F1 0 rrwWRWrr r side COI1 ll- r rr St1i- yY ksu a t Sx t t ati ieLCI a44f y at r Y 1 I f 4 r p 4Jp 0 U I fflORE Town Lots la Bryaatsvllle for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsyille or particulars tf JAS HILLS For Sale fourteen nice year ling mules and nine twoyearold sugar mare mules broke to work Will sell in pairs if desired NIXON PERKINS Marksbury Xy Lost Dog White spotted hound bitch with black spots Left my place last Liberal reward for informa tion leading to her return W S Walker Point Leavell For Hog Killing Benge Miller have constructed firstclass slaughter pens and are pre pared to kill and dress your hogs or cattle at reasonable figures The pens are located at end of Totten avenue and are uptodate in every particular Have your meat killed where it can be properly handled and by expert hands 921tf Several towns have adopted the Curfew law p 8 ci sugar Saturday 4 ioci but a Lancas ter man whose children are never seen loit ering about the street says the accompanyi n g picture shows the best way he has ever found to keep the ur chins wherethey belong A Paint Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold on a written guarantee and money if not as represented For sale by E E McKoberts Lancaster We would like to call the attention of our readers to beautiful new Two Step sent us called SIDE BY SIDE by H Sanders The publishers The Groene Music Pub Co 32 E Fifth Street Cincinnati 0 wish to intro duce it and offer the same for piano or organ band orchestra violin or mandolin for only 20 cents in silver or stamps They expect a large sale on the same and from the looks of the copy sent us we are sure it will be be come very popular IB Memory of Mrs Sallle Sutton As God plucks the brighest flowers and places them around his throne He has plucked one from our midst Mrs Same Sutton wife of Mr Weslie after a long and painful illness she fell into the arms of Jesus at her home near here Nov 9th 1899 She made her peace with God several years ago since which time she has lived a consistent Ghristain She was a men ber of the Christain church she never expressed any doubt of her salvation and was only unwilling to leave her family but before God called her away she became reconciled to go home to her loved ones gone before who had preceded her Mrs Sutton was a kind wife afiect ionate mother and a good neighbor al assistance to the sick and suffering She leaves a and nine children and a host of friends to mourn her loss A FRIEND Watch For Bradley Governor William 0 Bradley was given a handsome watch Saturday by leading colored people of Kentucky as a mark of appreciation of his kindly interest in the Negro race The Gov ernor was greatly surprised when a delegation of colored citizens filed his office Saturday afternoon He thought they had come to say something concerning the horrible Maysville affair The watch is a handsome one of solid gold and single case The face is unique m having old fashioned figures as indicators in stead of Roman characters On the outside was the monogram WO B while inside the case appeared To Governor William O Bradley from the Negroes of Kentucky December 9 1899 On the cap of the appears this sentence quoted from his indorsement on the applica tion for the pardon ofGeorge Dinning who shot the leader of a white cap ping party Too long have mobs the fair name of Kentucky Below this appears the following sen tence from one of Bradleys recent campaign speeches I plead for more kindness and more justice for the Ne groof Kentucky The charm is set with three diamonds and the chain is of heavy gold with twist links Governor Bradley thanked the for their remembrance mid it graciously but he added that he would have been even more pleased had they taken the money and given it to one of their institutions of learning In closing hesaid I am proud of the fact that I have been the Negros friend and have done all I could to advance his standing as a citizen and to elevate his race It The Spot When suffering from a severe old and throat and lungs feel sore take adose of Foleys Honey and Tar when the sore nes will be at 0nce relieved a 0 warm grateful feeling and heal ing of parts affected will be and you will say It feels so good IT HITS THE SPOTS Guaranteed C C J E gtormes 1m refunded Sutton ways ready to lend husband f into movement disgraced visitors accepted t flits your f t 4 i fjti i 4 Ma N d I tIat I k i I p I A Ii 4 I Tefe is Aright to think a moment how danger ously is to cines when in her condition She that the outside application 6f a liniment which relaxes must certainly be the for her to use a liniment is MOTHERS FRIEND which she can depend upon her a world of good during labor to us for out illustrated book Before Baby is Born Mothers Friend is in drug stores for J a or from THEBRADnEU Gfc E to things An SENSE pcctantmo hef can easily real iu she can doing and bottle REGULATOR CO t1u I siftipL of ct Weanling mules and horse and fllly coalts I will be at Lancaster Livery Stables on Tuesday Dec 19th to buy a car load Bring them to town H W CURRY Eaton O Dates stuffed with marshmallow paste makes a tempting desert A cup of very hot milk at bedtime will prevent sleeplessness Keep two gridirons in the kitchen one for meat and one for fish The Chinese honor their guests by placing before them the oldest eggs obtainable which are considered their greatest delicacy A quart of milk contains the same nourishment a threequarters of a pound of beef Cold storage and preserved eggs are an abomination and should be by legislation The interior of poultry houses should now have a good coat of and One hundred hens will one hundred pounds of grit during the year and still some people foolishly neglect tq supply it In sluggish liver HERBINE5by its beneficial action upon the biliary tracts renders the bile morefluid and brings into a sound healthy condition thereby banishingjthe sense drowsiness lethargy and the feeling of apathy arise from disorders of the liver 50 C C J E Stormes 1m Always deliver eggs to your when not over twentyfour hours old as they will not be strictly fresh after that time during hot weather L V Harkness of New York of the magnificent Walnut Hall farm in Fayette county has sold Jo nas Weil agent for Nelson Morris of Chicago 100 head of the finest tie that ever left Kentucky for the London holiday trade The cattle sold consisted of fifty Heaefords and fifty of the PolledAugus breed the lot averaging about 1650 pounds each for which Mr Harkness receives 6 cents a pound live weight or 10000 in round numbers for the 100 head I was nearly dead with dyspepsia tried doctors visited mineral springs and grew worse I used Kodol Cure That cured me It digests what you eat Cures sour stomach heartburn and all forms of dyspepsia F P Frisbie 1m Those dear sisters who held their turkeys for the highest market price are now on the anxious seat and want buyers to come arouud and take the bronze beauties off of their hands Jessamine Journal There are few ailments so uncom fortable as piles but they can easily be cured by using TABLERS BUCK EYE PILE OINTMENT Relief follows its use and any one suffering from piles can not afford to neglect to give it a trial Price 50 cts in tubes 75 cts C C J 1m Louisville has been content with be ing called the Fall City but as Sam for the sake of navigation has about blown up every vestige of the beautiful Ohio river falls we will have to get a new name Nothing would be more appropriate in of our importance the industry than to call Louisville in the future The Tobacco City About half the population in the city in a direct or indirect way derive their living from the various branches of the tobacco Weed One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy I ever used for coughs and colds It is unequalled for whooping cough Children all like it writes H N Williams Gentry ville Ind Never fails It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds hoarseness croup bronchetis and all throat and lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption F P Frisbie 1m Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by hinj as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite grad ualls growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No one should fall to try them Only 50ctsi guaranteed at Wanted prohibited whitewash kerosene consume theliver general customers owner fat cat Dyspepsia indigestion EStrmes Uncle tobacco industryThe pneumonia Be E McRobert ur tore it i it 4 l which Prices I height Dr cc by sal on in c It is estimated that there are 000000 CQWS in the United States de voted to butter makingand that their average yield is 125 pounds of butter a year or of 1375000000 pounds Lost Many have lost confidence and hope as weir as health because they have been told their kidney disease was in curable Foleys Kidney Cure is a Guaranteed remedy for the discour aged and disconsolate C C J E Stormes 1m Danville Advocate Bowerman Bro sold to Brook weanling colt by Baron Wilkes dam by Wilkes Boy for 1000 They also sold to Cochran Bros the weanling colt by Allerton dam Spanish Maiden for 900 The Bowermans also sold to Brook Curry the twoyearold colt by Directum dam by Mansfield for 2000 These pretty good prices for youngsters- A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni ca Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcer Boils Felons Corns all Skin Best Pile Cure on earth Only 25cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold R E McRoberts Druggist 1m It does not pay to put into an eggs from stock which is in poor condition or eggs which have been saved many days over a week It will be uphill work trying to run an if you Lave not eggs of your own to put in your own machine Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children le is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough by R E McRoberts lyr The paople who are lucky with turkeys are those who exercise good management If possible mate young gobblers with old hens Give full to the flocks and then see that they have nourishing food in the right variety at home and it is not well to have turkeys over fat Set the early eggs under hens and turkeys will lay more it their eggs are not left inthe nest Let the nests be roomy the ground and in a retired spot Free or Charge Any adult suffering from a cold 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 of Boschee German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given to one person and none to children without order from parents According to recent estimates the 1899 crop of potatoes will go down on record as the largest in the history of the country Figures bases on a care ful review of the various producing sections place the total yield at 250 000000 bushels against 244000000 bushels in 1898 and 174000000 bushels 1897 The highest price in 1898 caused the farmers to increase potato area about 3000 acres and though the yield per acre is smaller than last year the total results show a tremendous A SURE CURE FOR CROUP Twentyfive IYears Constant Use without a Failure The first indication of croup is and in a child subject to that disease it may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an attack this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough If Chamberlains Cough Re medy is given as soon as the child comes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears it will prevent an It is used in manythousand of homes in this broad land and never disappoints the anxious mothers We have yet to learn ofa single instant in which it has not proved effectual No other preparation can show such a re twentyfive years constant use without failure For sale by R E Mc Roberts Druggist lm Thirteen of the best players of the Louisville Baseball Club were sold to the Pittsburg Club for 25000 and an unknown amount of stock in the lat ter organization Mr Barney Drey fus will be president of the Pittsburg while Mr H C Pullam will have charge of the leftover players in Louisville unless the League reduces its circuit to eight clubs August Flower It is a surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my travels in all pftrts of the world for the last the years I have met more people having used Greens A ugust 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 al5d is excellent for sour stomachs and indigestion Sample bottles free at J E Stormes Drug Store Sold by dealers in all civilized countries W 8 BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without w th Vitalized Air Office In BSTRAY NOTICE Taken John W Miller on his premises near Lancaster one red sow ana 4 pigs The sow weighing aoout 125 pounds tne sow and pigs have no marks and been valued w Walker of 2arrard County at 900 this Oct 28th 18s9 Given my hand as Garrard County tblsOct 38 1899 R A BURN8IDE Judge GC We will sell to the highest bidder at Hiatts vllle on Tuesday the following pipper ty A lot of hogs cattht milk farming ntenslla and household furniture Sale begins t 10 oclock a JR JessKDoTY c0 ii atotal Currythe Eruptions incubator incubator Chamberlains liberty settled bottle increase hoarseness Following b attack system opPosite a have per JUdge of Sales Dec 19 W A Hun 0 J t t i ti i t Cr were Fore e S lgs Two Public cows 4 Ban day su REPORT OF THE CONDITION QF- THEIMllllil BANK OF LANCASTER K AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC 2 1899 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 105144 33 O verdraftd secured and unsecured 796 80 00Stocksfurniture and fixtures 11000 00 Other real estate and mortgages own ed 797033 Due from National Banks nQt Re serve Agents 1992 87 Due from reserve agents C8852 28 Checks and other cash 12251 00FractionalSpecie Legaltender notes 3000 00 00Redemptionurer 5 of circulation 2250 00 Total 328231 10 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 50000 00 Surplus fund 10000 00 Undivided expenses and taxes paid 5721 02 National Bank notes outstanding 44500 00 Due to other National Banks 3241 06 Due to State Banks and Bankers 2U3 29 Individual deposits subject to check 214419 80 Certified checks Total 328231 10 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD ss I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is best of my knowledge and belief S C CashierSubscribed 9 of Dec 1899 R KINNAIRD PublicCommissionCORRECT Attest ALEX R DENNY DirectorsALEX REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC 2 1899 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1009f 9 19 90U2000 00 00Bankinghouseestate and mortgages 245000Dueserve Agents 1133388 Due from Banks and Bankers 13 22 10Checks00Fractional1277Specienotes 2188 00 14383 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 112500 TOTAL 33157253 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in andtaxesnotes outstanding Due to State Banks and Bankers 1000 Individual deposits subject to check 14652 TOTAL 2U572 53 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief B F Subscribed and sworn to before inc this 7 day of Dec 1899 8 C DENNY Notary PublicCORRECT Attest J M IIlGGINBOTHAM DirectorsT Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Gilcher Hotel Danville on Tuesday Jan 2nd and at St Asaph Hotel Stanford Wednesday Jan 3d returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted 1l902 00 profitsless ss 93 op ritz Premiums on U S Bonds 500oo 00 10000 00 2259 46 k 22500 00 Due to other 0 40 67 t statement Un Na er fund j The greatest care should be given to any little sore or scratch which shows no disposition to tidal under ordin ary treatment No one can tell how soon these typeSocause they do not know what the disease is they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors and are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer The disease promptly returns however and is more violent and destructive than is a poison in the blood and an operation plaster or other external treatment can have no effect whatever The cure must come from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated A SMAll SPOT MAY BE CANCERm MOST VIOLENT CASES HAVE I APPEARED AT FIRST AS I MERE PIMPLES even 1 I METAL ROOFING SIDING CEILING LATHS ETC LOW PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY A BOOM TO fiJAfVljfllfiDi DRTABlE BUCKEYi CURE PLP- R 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 50 CENTS JAMES Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS M- SSTOKMES STORE F BAWRD DRUG J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLI BRYANTSVII E KENTUCKY Lnt Siveryor and lint fir AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO I have affected for twentyfive years with a cough and my and were me a miserable life I hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine but everything failed until I used Dr It beats the world and has saved life I recommend Dr Pine TarHoney to everybody with weak Is a success J B BOSSBLL HI Be11 JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY W IcC WE BRING TO YOU From the Piney Forests of Norway r Natures MOST Natural Remedy Y V f Improved by Science to a PLEASANT PERMANENT POSITIVE CURE For Cold and all Inflamed Surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes DrBELLS PINETARHONEY The sore weary coughworn lungs are exhilarated the microbe bearing mucus is cut out the cause of that is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed so that there is no inclination to cough A COLD A COUGH CONSUMPTION 1 andsoothed 7 Coughs S little has been to severe colds and and often Us at la the household B Ky d violent coughing Dr Bells III preparation I have found thatI think It is necessary Lo taken with night will L Mr Wm Valj le of Walshtown S D says little blotch aboi the size of a came under left eye ing larger from which shooting at ran irections I became greatly alarmed and consulted a good doctor who pronounced it Cancer and advised that it be ut out but this I could not con sent to I read in my local paper of a cure effected by S S S and decided to try it It acted like a charm the Cancer becoming at first irritated and then discharging very This gradually grew less and altogether a small scab which soon ped off and now only a healthy little scar remains where swayPositively e A graduallygr 1 S S S FOR THE because it is the only remedy which can go deep to reach the root of the disease and force out of the system permanently A operation does not reach the real seat of the the blood be cutaway Insist upon S S S nothing can take its S cures also case of Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Contagious Blood JPoiaon Ulcers Sores or other form of blood disease Valuable books on Cancer and Blood 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