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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 14, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899121401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 14, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. She Entered at the Pott Office in Lancatter, Ky., at Second Clatt Hatter. LOUIS LANDRAM, Publisher. 5 LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTENTOON. DECEMBER Go 14, 1899. Best and cheapest harness in town. "W. ONE DOLLAR A YE.Ul , LANCASTER AND VICINITy. Fine tea cakes at Faulconer " gains. Besuresh oysters in town at T. New canned gdpds at Faulconer tip to Thompson's for Xmas bary Herndon's. Curreys. ,s Go to Logan & Robinson for heavy Nice Chairs at J. A Beazley's suitaHandsome Qu2 nsware at Faulconer boots and shoes. ble for Xmas presents. C. Thompson hatf a large line of J. ItomansJ & Herndon's, Silver novelties in all the pieces at TJrempson's. useful Dolls and toys in variety at Thomp son's. & Hern-don- . Cut Glass at low ,prips. J. For nice Christmas presents go to J. Cut glass in the newest cuts Thompson's. A. Beazley & Co. For Sale- ,- A nice Jcrsy at this office. cow. at See our new line of neckwear. Logan & Robinson. n. B. Northcottwill pay highest Bisque and Pottery in all fancy Get all your ingredients for Black Cake"atrrey:s1 pieces at Thompsons market price for furs. . We are .headquarters nigh top shoes for $1.50. at Jennings for heavy Guns, hunting coats and loaded shells at Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. boots and shoes. Logan & Robinson. & Co., PaintLick, Ky. Mclntoshe's and slickers, from $1.50 to $5.00 at Jennings & Co., Paint Lick . i - It am standing'a nice Jersey Bull at For rent. Small store room and up. $1.00 cash. R. L. Elkin. m25tf stairs offices or living rooms. Jno. E. Oysters, Fruits, Nuts, Grapes and Stormes. Medallions in iall the new shapes New line of dried fruits also cabbage Celery at T. Currej's. from 25c up. Jyft Thompson. and potatoes at Jennings & Co., Paint The finest and freshest line of Xmas candies ever brought to Lancaster au F,or useful and handsome Christmas The telephone exchange is being Lick, Ky. presents go to J. A. Beazley &.Co. Fuller & Sympson's. moved into its new qnarters this Many useful and desirable Christweek. mas goods too numerious to mention In Dress Goods, we defy any compe,-All kinds blankets from 50c to $3.50 line at moie "We have a line stodc'of Ladies Shoes at Stormes Drug Store. per pair at Jennings & Co.. Paint Lick titor to show reasonable prices; JTJoseph: at prices that we know cannot be du Farm- rn "We. take your produce plicated. J. Josep. market-price- . Bring on your old iron and get the Faulconer & Ilectraon. Gov. Bradley will introduce Gov. A fine pavement has been put down, advance. H. B. Northcott. Bob Taylor at the Court House Friday Evaporated peaches, prunes, Hom- the entire length of the Cemetery, night, if he comes hbme by that time. Lard cans, sausltge mills, lard pressiny Grits, Hominy Flakes and Oats. which fills a long felt want. es and butcher knives. Prices the At T. Currey's. . Mr "W. J. Romansis preparing to Butcher knives, lard cans, sausage lowest. J. R. Haselden. erect a neat dwelling house on his lot "We have the prettiest line of Ladies mills, lard presses, sage, pepper etc. at adjoining the carriage shop, on Stan Telephone 55 for reserved seats to ford street. Hosiery ever shown in Lancaster. Call Jennings & Co., Paint Lick, Ky. Gov. Bob Taylor's lecture "Love, and examine. J. JosephN Statements of condition of our local Laughter and Song." Friday' night, For Sale. Messrs Hemphill and Beazley have banks appear in this issue, and show Dec. 15th. 21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13 bought four beautiful white horses to the institutions in a flourishing connice 750 lb steers. Apply to T. M. Rev. Massee did not preach his ser- Johnston or Sons. work to their close carriages. dition. Mothers." Sunday mon, j.i'Prodigal Keep warm, by using a paiy of our Three little negroes broke open a night, as the inclement weather kept For Sale splendid Blankets. We also7 carry a box of candy at the depot and now will so many of them away. A few mammoth bronze turkeys, line line of Comforts. J. Joseph. have to hang up their stockings on the Toms, $1.50, Hens, $1.00. Mrs. G. T. For Rent. work house fireplace, Don't forget W. J. Romans has a Store room 23x45 on public square Higginbotham, Marcellus, Ky. line line of buggies, surriesJoad wagAd McDonald has the electric lights plate glass front, with or without conChrlltinas Shoppers. ons and pheatons for Christmas pres- burning better and brighter than they crete basement. Lancaster Hotel Co. See the beautiful jardiniers, plaques have ever burned. He knows his busents. iness and attends to it strictly. J. Joseph is leading theDry Goods cut glass, sterling silver novelties, Quite a crowd of young people both van this season, anl his many custo- dolls and books at Stormes Drug Store from Danville and .Stanford will pr.vA.cton is erecting a handsome, mers will testify tphat fact. HonGov. Taylor's lecture Friday dwelling on the lot recently purchased There are only a few more choice est goods at horfest prices will win night. adjoining R. n. Batson, on Lexington every timev reserved seats left to Gov. Taylor't night. Go at once lecture Dr. James Lapsley filled the Presby- street. He hopes to be in it by first For R. nt. to McRoberts Drugstore and secure year. terian pulpit Sunday morning and of the A well improved farm of 69 acres on them. evening in the absence of Dr. JlcKee, Bank. Will Close. White Lick, in Garrard county. Good who was ill. Gov. "Bob" Taylor charges $150 for Both banks will be closed the 25th, house, etc. Splendid grass. Call on delivering his new lecture,. "Love, and on Jan. 1. They, are both legal undersigned for particulars, The 1 reserved seats for the Gov. Laughter and Song." All should hear holidays, and no business can be trans"W. McC. Johnston. tf Bob. Taylor lecture are within railing him who can, and thus assist the manacted. Bear this in id tho Court House, and are the best your papers etc., fixed mind, and havp up on the SatIf you want to see and hear the.ido) agers in bringing to Lancaster the to be had in the room. " Ed urdays before. c f America's platform speakers, heai best talent in America. 2t Gov. Taylor Friday night, Dec. loth. I will take steps againstv those owFeed for Sale. A Card, of Thanks. ing me, if debts are not puoat once. Lancaster Court House. A'dmissioi Such To those dear friends who were so This business must be closcjl upund com as corn on the ear, crushed 50cts. Reserved seats 75cts and $1.00 at and cob Baled k nd to us during our bareavment, we I mean what I say. G. S. Gaines fodder, straw meal. hay for hay, cut McRoberts' Drug Store. making and take this method pf extending our The Maccabees are preparing to chop feed. Also the best Blue Gem The members of the W. C. T. U.and. heartfelt thanks. Such deeds of kindgive a big entertainment in the near and Jellico coals obtainable. Give us all others, who are interested are re- ness are never forgotton, and we will future, and want all members to be on a part of your trade at least which quested to be present at 'the regulai ilways cherish the noble acts and lov hand next "Wednesday night to make will be appreciated. S. T. Leavell & meeting at three, o'clock next Satur- ing words we received. Mr. and Mrs. Son. in the Masonic nail. Miss- J. A. Beazley. tf. day p. linal arrangements. Rhena McSher will be present and ' Holiday Rat- s. . Jim Vays Down the Quill. , Called. Bro. Partln will have something of interest tosay. "We regret to note that Mr. James d One and fare via the The Stanford Journal says: Rev. and a full attendance is desired. Queen & Crescent Route Dec. 22nd Ira Partin was almost unanimously Maret has sold the Mt. Vernon Signal Guess on Candle. to 25th, and Dec. 30th to Jan. 1st. called to the pastorate of the Baptist and will enter other business. He has made the Signal a mighty good paper, The large candle in the window at rickets are good to return Jan. 4th. . church "Waynesboro for another year. and its visits were always enjoyed. the Blue Grass Grocery Co., burned To points north of Ohio River return He accepted the call. Mr. Edgar S Albright, a lawyer and out a few days ago, and the guess- limit is Jan. 2nd. W. C. Rineakson, Bob McFadden, who was robbed by School teacher takes charge of the pa was awarded to Ed. NorriF. It was Gen'l Passg'r Agent, Cincinnati. some dusky dams?ls, has hu.tled per. found shortly after that Mrs. L. MilIt Will Go Hlgber. around and scraped up enough cash to ler's guess was recorded wrong. The About The Rail Rnad. "We are getting rich too fast, and take his anual visit to London, at company then ordered a duplicate set In an article almost quarter of a and will give both parties one, which are going to quit the coal business. which place he worked for many years. You cant keep an honest man down. column long, Bro. "Walton tells his speaks well for the company. Mr. We have ten cars of Kensee Jellico readers he believes the Southern will Norris very gracefully gave Mrs." Mil- coal we want to close out at "once. Big Hop Tonight. be built through Lincoln countyT He store, and will wait Also two cars of Altimont and Pitts set at The young men will give a swell hop closes as follows: "Our Lancaster ler the other. the burg at 10e per1)ushel. Buy now; it for the this evening in the new Owsley block. friends will be in the lurch and we will go higher when we quit.. Many Good Things to Eat. Saxton's orchestra of eight men will will grieve to behold theirgrief." Dry "W. B. Moss & Co. music, and a tine time is those tears, my love. Lancaster has furnish the The ladies of the Presbyterian anticipated. Tickets of admission that road by the tail, and a down-hiTbe Ladles to Organize. church will open a Christmas Market will be issued. pull. This fact will be proven to you in the store of Mr. Jesse "W. Sweeney, It has been proposed to organize a 'ere long; then all you folks over there, on Saturday, Dec 23. - They will sup Ladies Cemetery Society, the object Chance of Your Life. very lowest rates, with being to secure a number of improve by Fuller & Sympson and at Danville, will weep so copiously ply you, at the The offer made that a river will be formed, upon ham, chickens, turkeys, salads, pies, ments in our City of the Dead. Those-a- t .to sell their stock of Queensware at which you may run a candy, and in the head of the project have decidover to sandwiches, home-mad- e "cost, has been accepted by many deline you ed to hold a meeting at Masonic Hall lighted patrons. The sale closes Dec. Garrard and connect with the South- fact anything in the eating may wish. They will be glad to re next Monday afternoon at 2" o'clock, ern. 35th. They have tea sets, toilet sets, ceive orders for cakes, which they will organize, elect officers and decide upon Death or Spence Hubble. ' lamps, glassware and dinner sets in any plans of obtaining a number of imMr. Spencer Hubble who died in bake and have ready for you at and handgreat variety, all time you say. An extra large black provements in the Cemetery which the Asylum at Lexington last week, some. was brought here for interment in the cake will be cut and sold in such quan ought to be made. Every lady who 2t has relatives' buried there is, or ought Bank Stock Vox Sale. Lancaster Cemetery on Friday, nis tities as you wish. to be, interested in this matter, and As executor of the estate of E. "W. insanity (his physicians say) was the A Narrow Escape. it is important that all who can posLawless, dee'd., I will on next county result of liver disease, ne was a good Monday,' as Miss Bertha Buraside sible do so, be on hand promptly Moncourt day, at 2. o'clock p. m., at the citizen and for many years a success- court house door in Lancaster, Ky., full farmer and trader in live stock in was driving into town, the horse be day afternoon. up Dan sell to the higest bidder two shares of Lincoln county. He was about fifty came frightened and dashed Restaurant and Bakery. capital stock of 'the Citizens Nat- years old and has been in the asylum ville street. It crossed the Public the Square and continued its run out Lex Judge J. C. Hemphill has rented the 2t. three years prior to his of Lancaster, Ky. ional Bank death. He JonN N. Teater. leaves a widow, Samantha J. Hubble, ington street. Tercy, her little broth corner store room, now occupied by C. Dec. er, was in the carriage, and as she had D. Powell, to R. Zimmer, of Richmond, to mourn his loss, who has many sym to hold him in, the horse ran upon the who will take possession January. 1st Death's Angel's Visit. s s pavement at the Graded School and and open a restaurant and It was a great shock- to the many pathizing friends.. smashed a lot of the fence before it. bakery. Mr. Zimmer has had many friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Is All Right. James A. Beazley when told that the The other night a young blood, who was' stopped. The occupants escaped years experience, and for some time little son, Jesse, had been, called to the had surrounded too much blind tiger without injury, though the carriage was in business in this city with Albert loving 'arms of Jesus, at an early hour booze, was giving Comanchee yells badly broken. Miss Burnside dis Shilling. The Hemphill rooms, both on was Saturday night The little fellow had on the Public Square just as people played great courage infolding on to lower and up stairs, will be put in per boy. About one fect jshape, painted, papered and made been sick for many weeks, and his were going.to church. Of course and the the reinsevery the sufferings been great, but it was be fellow was having horse in tea thonsand is safe for to suit the." requirments of Mr.- - Zim things all his own lieved for some time that his life way, but Jailer Dave Ross mer's business. He uses the latest heard the ladies to drive: improved ovens, the old time brick could be saved. All that loving hands racket and went to him and told him A Pretty Pass. ones having been discarded. A first-claand skilled physicians could do was unless the yelling was stopped he necessary" to send our It became bakery and restar rant is certain done, but to no avail. He was in his would be arrested. Tave was given second year, and an unusnally bright the "horse laugh," but walking up to engineer, Cary Mullins, to Cincinnati ly, needed here. z child. The remains were interred in the young rooster, he said, "Now see Saturday to have some mechihery re Ua-to Stand. pared. Among other things the steam . the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday afterhere, my little man, I am no marshal, gauge of the engine was to be over A merchant said yesterday, UL am noon. but I have the key to the jail, and if I hauled, and he took it" to some eight always glad for my friends and patrons hear anything else out of you,, by Bealh of Little Harry. or ten. places in that city, and was to make themselves at home in my you will go right behind the bars; told at each .that they "didn't do that store, but there are two or three, yes .Deepest sympathy is extended by - many Garrard county friends .and ac and orders from all the judges in Ken kind of work." Mullins finally ran h.ilf n rinzAnlfollnws who hancr about quaintances to Mr. and Mrs. Harry tucky will not get you out of theie across an acquaintance who told him my house from earl$ in tihe morning lGiovannoli, of Danville, in the death 'til tomorrow." This settled it and he was on a cold trail, as the gauge 'til I gcrhome at night. If either or babe, Harry. no more, racket was heard. The peo bore the mark of a maker at Waynes them bousrht ten cents worth of goods of their ' boro, Vermont, and Cincinnati people In a year, I do not know it." This The Advocate ays. the child wasap ple owe Dave a vote of thanks,only one, infested parently In perfect health Saturday The QUEEN & CRES0ENT only would not repair it on that account merchant is not the Las the express to Vermont and- - back wl th the loafer. You can see the.m on afternoon, but during the night the 24 hours' to 'New. Orleans. little spirit was taken to God who The QUEEN & CRESCENT is the would amount to almost as much as a all hands. They take up room,' map n parents would cost, we ordered a dirt upon the floor, and crowd custom.gave The shortest ljne South. new onejout and out, but you can bet eri. f rom the fire. They .will find no more comforting words than those spoken by the Saviour, who The QUEEN &T CRESCENT only your sweet life it was not ordered hang about stores, but in all public nui- Mullins says" he places, and are about from Cincinnati. said, "Suffer lit'tle children to come through Pullman line to Florida. The QUEEN & CRESCENT ..only was told it twag'. because tbeyallbe-loe- d ane'dr business men have to contend unto1 me, and forbid them not, for of " tcf aTunkmf with, through car line to Ashvllte. i f fcb, U the Kingdom t Heaven.". . d, Apply Good boots for $1.50, 82.00 and $2.50 at Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. Lard cans and sausage mills. J. R. Haselden. Gov. nave your seats reserved early for A nice line of furniture always on Taylor's lecture, as the house hand at R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint Lick, Ky. will be crowded. We Are Crowing! Our patrons Sterling Silver in all fancy pieces, A few pairs of Buell bootees left. SEVER ENTER CONTEST, toilet articles, spoons, knives and Come and get your siza before they are all sold. Logan & Robinson. forks at J. C. Thompsons. as our Prices and Goods always n 'Lizy R?id was indicted for the part please them. Gov. Taylor has tlie best show in America. Lancaster Court she took in the Bob McFadden hugCOMPLETE RETURNS ging bee, in which the latter came House, Friday night, Dec. 15th. out SGO loser. show us far in the lead, with all Hog Killing Time. Don't arrange to .purchase your car- kinds of Stoves, Grates, Mantles, Buy your sage, black and Cayene pepper and salt petreat Stormes Drug dies, nuts, etc,, until you see stok at and everything to keep off winter's The Blue Grass Grocery and get their chilly blasts. Store. prices. See ad in next issue. one-ma- Highest market price paid for all Silver spoons nhandsome cas s Over having such a splendid line kinds of produce. R." L. Jennings & without extra charge and engraving of Cooking and Heating Stoves. free at J. C. Tlnnpson's. Co. Paint Lick. x - one-thir- Lookout for Blue Grass Grocer's Friday night will be the last opporbig run on Candies, Nuts Etc. Special prices for the Holidays. See ad in tunity of hearing Gov. Taylor this season as he will lecture in the "Wesnext week's issue. tern states after Christmas. A gentleman who served on the last Spillman Riggs will be on hand to grand jury said Lancaster either had the best boys in the world, or they delight all who may attend his lecture were the best set of liars he ever saw. "The Funny Side of Life", Thursday night Dec. 21. By special request, he Get ready for Christmas, the most will repeat "Swinging in the Grape glorious time of the year. Come and Vine Swing." s.e the beautiful presents we have on Gov. Bob Taylor is the humorist tl e exhibition at our store. R L Jen- country has been looking for. As this & Co., Paint Lick. nings is his first appearance in Lancaster, Beazley & our people should give him a rousing Important. Those who have purchased season reception. Friday night, Dec. 15th. Funeral Directors. tickets to the Lancaster Lyceum Admission 50cts. Reserved seats 75 and Course will call at McRoberts' Drug $1.00 at McRoberts Drug Store. Store Saturday and get your ticketr, Au Ideal Christmas. Arterial and Cavity Eni7alniim which entitle you to first choice of reIs what the children will expect, and served seats. A Specialty. is what you ought to furnish them. It was found to "be impossible to Wagons, Dolls, Pistols, "Watches, Fire complete the Opera House in time, so Crackers, and everything to make Full Line of . . . the engagement of the "Three Mus- them happy, at R L Jennings & Co., keteers" was canceled. There will be Paint Lick. Furniture Carpets. no more entertainments given until IVantcd! the house is completed. All kinds of metal, brass, zinc, coi? Miss Rhena McSher, National Or- per, lead, old ledgers, rubber shoes, JSO.T.IlAYS. J.I.IIA3III.TOX. J.E.ROBISSOS ganizer of the Y. "W. C. T. U. will hides, pelts, tallow, beeswax, ginseng, Hays, Hamilton 8t Rol)lnsoii, speak at Herring school house, next and yellowroot. "Will pay extreme Sunday afteinoon at three o'clock. market price for all kinds produce. II. B. Xoktiicott. Attorneys and Counsel srs at Law Everybody is cordially invited to attend. A collection will be taken 'to LANCASTER, KY. More local on page 4. defray expenses of the work. J. F, HASELDEN. Bangliman. mi - Christmas. Bells WILL SOON BE RINGING. Our Complete line of Holiday Goods for Gentlemen is now on dis play, and we have extra Salesmen to assist our customers in making their selection. Cur showing of Neckwear. - ll llat-bo- at - Suspenders, - - Mufflers, - - Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas and Gloves Is, we believe,, the best in Lancaster, and represents the newest ideas in Haberdashery. - first-clas- We are doing a large holiday bu3in3S3, simply became at this tirm as at other tim23 during the year, we adhere strictly to p )pjhr prie33. Tj,!c t'oc instance, our lim of NECKWEAR and SUSPENDERS. We challenge any competition to produce anyWe are disposed, if anything, to sell goods cheaper at this thing that will excel them. for with us it closes the most successful seasons 'business holiday time than at any other we have ever done and we feel like doing our share toward making the Christmas season :. of our customers as pleasant as we can. We are Holding a Special Sale of 'Suizs and Overcoats Jfr $5.00, $7.50, , "We $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00; ;.: Boys Knee Pants Suits at $1.50, $2 00, $2.5ff and S3.50. - gan-nie- s to slialUbe pleased to serve, you at this season and you, need not look any farther than For the Best in the Market. it Jieart-broke- new-gaug- not-only- -- 4-v Robinson, THE PEOPLES CLOTHIERS. 8c ... t V BRYaNTSVILLE. Today, the 14th, Is the 100th anni versary of the death of George Wash ington, familiarly called the "Father I have a few goods on hand that I XTXKT WXXK BT of His Country." This is a notable wall sell regardless of cost.. Mrs. A. S. only Haselden. day from the fact that it is the JGOPTS iANDKAJT. PabUOier. one of consequence upon which the ' Those wishing LANCASTER, KENTUCKY., to amtrlbute any post offices, banks, and schools do not thing to the box that will be sent to close. the widow's and orphans home, at ....$1.00 TVIXt I ASTAHCI. .... .50 !OllS Louisville, will please leave at Mrs A. . . J6 " Gov. W. S. Taylor was inaugurat S Haselden's. hThe box will be sent ed Tuesday, amid much bomb and pa off Friday before the 25th. officers-eledo not The THURSDAY, DTEC. 14, 1899 rade. their other until, next month. Mrs. R. Churchill, Berlin, Vt., says, seats take The democratic candidates have filed "Our baby was coveredwith running his sores, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve In all this talk about changing the notice of contest, save Goebel and wil cured her." A specific for piles and running mate, whose contests manner of voting, the best suggestion skin disease. Beware of worthless wehave seen comes from the Cynthi-an- a come before the legislature.. counterfeits. F. P. Frisbie. lui suggests electric Democrat. It Mrs John Arnold, of Lancaster, is As rubber goods.are very high, we gloves the right hand for democrats By a presume those Frankfort merchants spending the week with Mrs Pauline and the left for republicans. Miss Ella Dunn, of Brod- simple arrangement the glove directs who brought on large stocks of top Smith will be head, is the guest of friends in this the stencil to the proper place and boots for the vicinity. . . .Miss Bessie Patton has restamps under the device. Of course left with the bag to hold. turned from a week's visit to relashould a republican get his hand in tives in Lincoln.... Mrs Hurd and the democratic glove, or vice versa, a Reports from Frankfort I say Taylor will retain Gen. D. children from Mt. Sterling, are visitcircuit would be closed that would result in instant death. St'll, night R. Collier as adjutant general. Gen. ing relatives in this vicinity.... B F schools would be necessary to teach Collier has made a good officer and his Patton has returned from a business Sam Haselden the intelligent voter his right hand Garrard county friends are glad to trip to Cincinnati visited his parents Sunday.... Hiram from his left: and in many instances it know that he will be kept in. Campbell and little daughter, of would be necessary to dehand voters The Louisville base ball club, or visited the Misses Dunn's, to prevent their voting themselves rather its "best" players, have been Saturday.... Roy Arnold visited his into kingdom to come. sold to Pittsburg. All kinds of old sister's, Snnday. . . .Rev. Robinson will in pric e fill the pulpit here Sunday. paper says its the junk has been on the increase A Louisville lately, and the sale at Louisville is Forbroken limbs, chilblains, burns, peofad in cities now for the sawciety surprising. stilus, sore"!throat, land ple, yer know, to give "Hayseed Par not ties," at which they try to dress like Inventors of the wireless tele sores ofJevery kind,JapplyBALL ARD'S SNOWJLIN1MENT. It will give imcountry folks, or, as they say, "Kubes." graph, the air ship, and many other Kow this burlesque might be alright, wonderful mechanisms will doubt mediate relief and heal any wound. but the city girl will never take to it. less reap a great financial harvest, but Price 25 and 50cts. C C & J E Stor-me. lm When she is divested of her paint, the man who completes the devil-proe bustle, and some coffin will receive the entire wealth of wire hips, PREACHERSYILLE. dozen other articles which go to com the world. plete her "make up" she will far from Wm. Cress, of Rockcastle county, plump, resemble the Now that the election is settled,the has moved to our vilage. healthy country "gal," she would fain who wanted to wade in J H Thompson has gone to the make .light of. blcod will have to go to driving ox mountains to buy some hogs. carts or plowing to make enough to James Rogers sold a horse to Rev. Gov. Bkadley would do a good keep from starving until another elec Hobbs of Barboursville for $62.50 also by the state if he would put the tion rolls around. turn one to Mat Siler for $45.00. s cor malitia after the little respondents to daily papers who do Dock Anderson from Otenheim was more to give Kentucky a bad name The latest county maps of Kentucky here last week buying hogs at 3c than do all the f ueds, negro burnings, and Tennessee will be furnished free The person who disturbed the con etc Hot half the. stuff telegraphed to the schools of Garrard Co., on ap gregation last Sunday by coughing is to the dailies is worth mention in the plication of teacher or School Trustees requested to call on C. & J. E. country local papers. The daily press to It. E. McRoberts. Stormes and get a bottle of Foley's is not so much to blame, as they have Honey's Honey and Tar, which always to accept reports sent from parties The entire time of the House this gives relief. lm week is being given up to the debate they think are reliable. G A Siler has returned from the on the Currency Bill. Little of im Bro Carnicle of MtVer mountains The editor of the Cynthiana Demi oJ portance will he done oy the Senate non, preached at the Baptist church preparation by committees for oratsaysifhe had taken the Bro Pollitt will hold last Sunday advice given by different friends future work. his quarterly meeting here Saturday within the past ten years, he would As a cure for rheumatism Chamber and Sunday the 16 and 37th of this have had wives enough to stretch from lains Pain Balm is gaining a wide rep month. . . .Before this goes to press, here to Utah. But he believes in let- utation. D B Johnston of Richmond, Ancil Siler will have entered the' matting good enough alone and remains a Ind., has been troubled with that ail rimonial circle, taking to himself Miss bachelor. ment since 1862. In speaking tf it he Britton, of Lincoln county Miss says: "I never found anything that Katie Payne has been Spending sevTnE rainy day skirt is meeting a would relieve me until I used Cham- eral days at Rowland. cold reception from the berlains Pain Balm. Itacts like magic portion of the female with me. My foot was swollen and and Have you a cold? A dose of COUS-SEN'- S e sex, but girls with pretty ankles and paining me very much, but one good HONEY OF TAR at graceful footsies wear them when the application of Pain Balm relieved me. will remove it. Price 25 and 50cts. smallest cloud is observed in the sky. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. C C& J.E Stormesr lm CENTRAL RECORD MARKSBCRY. to George Broaddus for Cyrus Daly sold his cron of tobacco 7c. - 0 STONE. blood-wade- ct Nich-olasvill- e, H. D Alkrldee bought of T D Scott. a Jersey milk cow for $30. and sold to same a sow and pigs for $12.i0. Mr J V Cecil's sale was well attend ed last Wednesday, Dec. 6. Cows brought from $35 to $40 per head: horses from $15 to $60: hogs brought good prices. Capt I M Dunn, Auc tioneer. Last Friday afternoon, Mr J C Bo ner left his gentle buggy horse standing 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 damage to. the bug- The horse received but very few n juries. Mr "N Bogie and wife, are visiting friends at Crab Orchard Mrllenry Clay Jennings has rented Mr Reuben Naylor's farm for $110. Mr Naylor and wife will move to Lancaster the first of the year, if his health will per unaney uurnam closed a mit. very successful school in Lower Gar rard, Friday, Dec. 8. On Thursday morning Dec. 7. at 9 o'clock, the marriage of Miss Georgia uorton and Mr Jttooert speaks, occurred at the home of the bride's par ents, Mr and Mrs. Moses Dorton. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. C. Aiassee, or .Lancaster. After the usual congratulations they left for Danville, and fiom thence to Lexington, where they will visit relatives. . this vicinity. Fat hogs are selling at 4c per lb., in C. W. Mitchell had a 400 lb hog to die with hydrophobia last week. Ras Allen sold to Baker, of Bryant, 75 bushel of hemp seed at $2.10 per bushel. T L Sanders, who sold to nudsou, of Lancaster, 45 bnshel of hemp "seed at $2.00 per bushel. Taylor Saunders, of Lancaster, received several hundred turkeys here Monday, at 5c per lb. Several from here will attend the sale of Breckinridge Grow, at Pleasant Hill next Saturday. Messrs. Joe Wood and Willie McDowell, of Hanley, were the guests of L D Mitchell, the latter part of last week Miss Stella Broaddus, accompanied by Sam Teater, were the guests of Misses Mattie and Pearl Mrs. Peachie Saunders, Sunday Grow and son, Master Lee, are the guests "of her sister, Mrs. Mattie Roberts J M Saunders, of Judson, was the guest of T L Saunders and family Sunday. " A Thousand Tongues. PAINTS, ALL KINDS. Window Glass, noia? is TH6 ALL SIZES. Tiyie to 5oy THeivi at R. E. McROBERTS. scalds,-bruise- s. bird-cag- sap-hea- 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 "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts magically," and we have found none better in our household. If you have aough, try it," it may be accepted as an honest expression, worthy of.credence. For sale by R. E McRoberts, Druggist. lm Could not express the rapture of Annie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., Philadelphia, P., when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery- - for Consumption 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 Cure "it soon removed the pain in my chest and"! 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. King's New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. x Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottles free at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store: every bottle guaranteed. CLOTH Id G. I Overcoats worth $5. at $3.50 7.50 at 6.50 9.00 at 7.50 10.00 at 9.00 Boys overcoats at $2.25 to 3.50 Mclntoshes from $1.75 to 6.00 All wool suits at $6.50 to $10. Good suits at $4.50 and $5.00 cross-road- Knowing WHAT to Buy is a Good Thing,! Cut Knowing WHERE to buy it is Better. We are tiow showing the most Select and Choice stock of CHRIST MAS 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. CHILDRENS CLOTHING VERY LOW, Mens boots worth $1.75 at $1.50, Mens boots wooth $2.50 at $2.00 Mens high cut oil grain shoes worth S2.50 at $2.00, Mens high cut shoes worth $1.75 at $1.50, Good felt boots at $2.00 and $2.50. A big line of d MENS' "WOMENS 10--- AND CHILDRENS UNDERWEAR. Also Blankets, Comforts and Everything for winter wear WHAT OXE WAXTS IX WINTER, Might require quite a space to list, if you take in the entire range, but it's what he wants in clothes. his wearables, that ought to cause him to come here. Reasons: He gets correct styles, the kind of quality he can safely bank on, and then the kind of prices that sway the buying. Coming in December a great bargain month at this store, introduces him to values that will make him an eager buyer that will cause him to feel grateful that the season did not hurry his selections. Superb stock of ORANGES, BANANAS, LEMOjSS, NUTS and FANCY CAKES. Give us a call. Nice line of Dolls. . "Will box-ankl- big-foot- Faulconer & Herndon. Our Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries is Complete. your produce. Bring us week. pay 20 cents per dozen for eggs tnis Give us a call. R. L. JENNINGS & Co. Paint Lick, Ky. bed-tim- N e 1 m UNPRECEDENTED! IS OUR BIG SALE OF OVERCOATS. CLOTHING. FINE 1 1 m m 1 SHOES, UNDERWEAR w 00000000000000000000000000 Our Special Sale, Suits and Overcoats, Has Proven Very Popular, and Crowds our Store Daily, I We give you Same Advantages in Prices and Quality that You Would Get in the Big Cities. OOIMIE 00000000000000000K000000000000000000000 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. LET US I PROVE 'THIS ASSERTION". ?0ohman&Co.: THE gas U GLOBE, !Danville,Ky. araJ BialftiflnJ ai J hiJ iiiU ai J J hi aiU bi bi aid ar h E1 NEW DRUG STORE. Complete Throughout with Gntire New Stocl. "We arc supplied with the most complete and modern stocks of Drugs to be found in Central Kentucky. We will open our doors f That Throbbing lleaijaclie. 'Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Hills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their jnetchless merit for Siclc and Nervous The dates fixed for the Confederate Headaches. They make pure blood reunion in Louisville are May 30to and strong nerves- - and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them June 3. Judge Pryor has resigned as a mem- Only 25 cents.- - Money back if no ber of the State Bdard"pf Election "cured. Sold by R.E. McRoberts Druggist. lm. Commissioners. --- t 'prescription by a world wide know skin specialist and is positively the most healing salve for Piles, Burn, Scalds, Ulcers', Running Sores and all skin disease. C. C. & J. E. Sjtormes. Is Banner Salve. The Itest Salve In Tho Worlds is made from a It WE INVITE OUil FKIENDS-1fe; TO CALL SEE OUR HANDSOME 4 9 Toilet Articles and Books. SWEENEY. (Delayed Lettfr.) fMr and Mrs HB Arnold and children; of Richmond, visited her mother Mrs. Belle Austin last week Your correspondent spent Sunday with f Complete stock of Sweeney Mrs Emma friends at Perkins visited her mother, Mrs Robert Land, of Lincoln, last week. On last Wednesday evening Mr. Miley.Walker and Miss Dorcas Anderson were married at the home of the bride's parents near Preachersville, promptly at 8 o'clock. The bridal party entered the spacious parlors of the Anderson homestead amid a host of friends, to the. melodious tones of the wedding march, rendered by Miss Fannie Austin. The ceremony was pronounced by Rev. Massee of the I Baptist church, of Lancaster, in his usual impressive style. After the party received congratulations they . repaired to the dining room where an elegant supper awaited them. The bride is a beautiful daughter of the late W. H. Anderson, of Preachersville, and the groom is a promising . young farmer, of McCreary. They reELECTION NOTICE. G. ii. SWISEBROAD, ceived many valuable presents from There will be n meeting of the share holders friends and relatives. Your corresATTORNEY AT LAW pondent joins with their many friends' of the National Bank of Lancaster, at their in wishing them a long and happy banking house on Tuesday, Jauuary. !), l'JOO for AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. the election of officers and directors. union. S. C. Denny, Cashier. Dec. Cth. 1830. Options on Farms wanted. "Money For Pneumonia. ELECTION NOTICE. loaned on Frst Class Heal Estate. Dr. C. J. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich, There will be a meeting of the share holders says: "I have used Foley's Honey and AGENT FOR Citizens National Bank Tar in three very severe cases of pneu- of the th, l'JOO, at their banking on Tuesday.Jan-u-irhonse, to elect monia the past month with good re- five directors to serve the ensuing year. Co. Life New B. F. Hudson, Cashier. sults." C. C. & J.E. Stormes. lm Dec.5,18'J9. TKT T !. t Saturday, December 16th, and invite you to call and look at our Elegant lines of Holiday Goods. We make a specialty of Cut Glass and Sterling Silver Articles, and call especial attention to quality and price. prescription department is in charge of Mr. Schcnck, a Registered Druggist, of many years experience. Nothing but the purest drugs used. ated $25,000 for a Cuban exhibit at the Paiis Exhibition. The TSewYork banks now hold in excess of the requirements of the 25 per cent. rule. Louis Straus, one of Lexington's n leading business men and a turfman, died last week. There will be 991,519 pensioners at the close of the last fiscal year, a decrease of 2,195 during the year. The Pacific Express Company's office at Cheyenne, Wyo., was robbed of a sum variously estimated at from $5,000 to $25,000. . John Wanamaker, of Philadelphia, testified before the Industrial Commission 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. It is estimated that it will require 1,358 enumerators to take the census in Kentucky. The estimate for the Fifth congressional district is 157. James Graham, Lieut. Colonel of Kansas regiment, the Twenty-secon- d and a friend drank disinfectant.think-in- g it was whisky, and both may die. has begun to The English-publ- ic wear' of reports of British victories with the Boers still holding their own, and begins to look with distrust upon the situation in South Africa. In a damage case appealed from Todd county, the Court of Appeals rendered a decision which holds corporations liable to their servants for the ordinary negligence of a superior. - Clarence Williams, a negro, who murdered Josie Tillman, his sweetheart, was legally hanged at Paris. He expressed a desire to hang at an early hour so he could "eat breakfast in hell." The Kentucky State Guard was not represented at the inauguration except by the Governor's staff. Adjt. General Collier says that a lack of funds made it impossible to have the soldiers. In biliousness, lIERBIJiE, by expelling from the body the excess of bile and acids, improves the assimilative processes, purifies the blood, and tones up and strengthens the entire system. Price 50cts. CC& JEStormes. Owing to the fact that the minor State officers' terms do not begin unTaylor, til January 1, Governor-elec- t the present Attorney General, will appoint some one to fill out the unexpired term, as he cannot hold both ofwell-know- nt . GGISTS SUNDRIES MT. HEBRON. . at 5c. Turkeys arc selling in this locality rOur We have a select line of Cigars and Tobaccos, and a complete line of Druggists Sundries. Frisbi's Pharmacy. tor, and an industrious young man. Mrs. Will Groman and children, who have been spending the summer with THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1899 her father, Mr. Isaac Myers, left today for a few days visit to Danville relatives and then to her home in Stanford Fla. PEOPLE. $ Mr. Walker Baker, our. valued scribe, was in town this week, lie has just closed the school at that was in Stanford Mon place, which he has been teaching Geo. Smith Jr. since the memory of man runneth not Sirs. L. Grcsham is visiting friends to the contrary. in Lexington. Mr. L F Hubble received a letter Miss Sue Herring has been visiting this week from his English friend, Mr. G LPrescott, stating that his friends in Danville. was killed in battle in the Miss Eugenia Bush isvisiting Miss brother war now being waged in South Afri, in Danville. ca. Young Mr. Prescott belonged to Captain Ryan has gone to Chatta- the English army. nooga to speikl a. few days. A Recokd representative saw Ash-- , Miss Bettie Anderson ,of Lexington, brook Frank at the Lexington opera house the other night, and judging is .it home for several weelcs. from the way he was smiling at a R. R.. West, of Washington pretty girl who sat by him, he was far Rev. City, isvisiting relatives here. from being a married man, but would like nonstrous well to be. The Wednesday afternoon "IndusThe following invitations have been trial Club" met with Miss Annie Aus-tiissued: C. Dr. Mrs. J. A. Duddcra has been visit- request and Mrs. n. yourHerring presence at the honor of icholas-villing Mrs. Clias. Demnan, in the marringe of their daughter, Sue Fisher " to Messrs. Will Embry and Frank Mr. Jerry Respess Marksbury were visitors in Stanford on Wednesday morning, December the twentieth, at nine o'clock, at Sunday. Maple Lawn Mr. .Tames Griffin wife and son, of Lancastei, Ky. Lexington, are visiting relatives in this city. PAINT LICK. CENTRAL RECORD. Erasmus Allen sold his hemp seed crop at $2.10 per bushel. Mr Isaiah Jackson is having a barn erected on his farm near here. Isaac Barker sold a bunch of shoats to Curt Robinson at $3 per hundred. Miss Una Montgomery, who lias been ill with rheumatism for several weeks remains in a very critical condition Master Irvine Duncan spent last week with his brother at Hanley. Mrs Georgie Gammons, of Burgin, is visiting her father, Mr G A Bruce. ....Mrs Peachie Grow is visiting her sister, Mrs Mattie Roberts, in JessaMiss Belle Allen is the guest mine of her brother at Georgetown Mr. George Duncan has returned from Kokomo, Ind Miss Lena Sherrow spent a part of last week with Mrs. Maggie Morford'in Jessamine Miss Eva Allen is at home after a two Blake-maweeks' stay with at Burgin.... Mr and Mrs John Dennis are rejoicing over a fine baby girl. Mrs-Willi- e n, iPURE DRUGS 1 m (ALPS LILLARD V STOUT DANVILLE, KY. if AOUT Wal-lacet- Keep Quiet and use Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural looseness of the bowels. It always cures. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. lyr y York la's. Mary-Dunn- CHRISTMA S 1 e. Dnwii" you are thinking of making some I Mrs. Charles F. Denman, of Nichol-asvillhas been visiting her parents dyGet your girl a box of that fine canat Jenning's & Co.'s, Paint Lick. in this city. Joe Mull ins sold to W B Adams 1G0 sCol. Jim Dillon's condition is some- acres of mountain land for $25.00. Robt Brown bought a nice saddle what improved, but he is still confined mare from Alvah Adams, for $35. to his room. About all of the tobacco crops in Miss Addie Arnold has been spend- this section has been sold at good priing a few das's with Misses Jennie and ces. Our postmaster, nenry Moore and Lucy Arnold. wife, gave a dinner to a few of their Mrs. Lizzie Rice left tl is week for friends on Thanksgiving day. Texas where she was called to the bed Everything to make Christmas cake, such as Citron, Figs, Currants, Raisside of her son, Joe. ins, &c, at Jennings & Co's, I'aint Miss Louise Parks, of Middlesboro, Lick. is the charming guest of Misses AnPleas Murray will soon be a millionaire. He says he has bought a farm nie and Mable Royston. in Clay county, and under it is a solid Oliver T Pollard will be married in bed of coal. Lexington next Wednesday, to Miss Mr and Mrs Thomps Ramsey started on their bridal tour to Arkansas, Lizzy Kase, of that city. the same day they were married to ) Miss Sallie Loil Myers has returned see Mr. Ramsey's brother, who have from a pleasant visit to her aunt, Mrs. been out their for two 3'ears. Captain White is just about right P. O. kelson, of Lebanon. when he said there should be but two Miss Minnie Woods, of Hustouville, honest men sent to Frankfort, one to is. the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Ray- guard the prisoners and the other receive the moneyl I move that they mond Haselden, Richmond street. send him and I; let him guard the Mr. Schenck, a registered pharmac- prisoners and I will receive the money. (All right). ist, has arrived, and taken charge of Misses Sallie, Ada and Mabel Frisbie's prescription department. and Allie White, four charMrs. Jennie Tanhuss, of Adams, ming young ladies of Crab Orchard, who have been here visiting relatives Ind., is visiting her father, Mr. Henry and friends, returned home last week. Hurt. Her children accompanied her. Miss Eliza Rucker, who has been at Versailles, visiting frionds, returnUncle Dave Arnold and daughter, ed home Sunday Miss Lucy .AdMrs. Folger, of Xicholasville, are ams, of Richmond,' is here on a few guests of Mr. Will Arnold and family. days visit to relatives. The little baby of Mr and Mrs AlCol. Jim Maret, editor of" the Mt. vah Pullins, was taken away from Vernon Signal, was in town the other them a few nights ago by the cold diyand made this office a pleasant hand of death and is now at rest among the angels. It is hard for a call. loving mother to give up her dear litMr. John Farra and Miss Jennie tle babe, but the Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh awav. Grieve not, Burnside attended the reception given fond mother, and shed not a tear, for in honor of Mr. Richard McGrath and yonr little jewel has gone to one that is loving and dear. bride. Mr W P Montgomery, of Jessamine 3Ir." and Mrs. Sallee, Mr. and Mrs. county, and MissNaldie Eads, the L. Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Pope and Mr. charming daughter of Mr and Mrs J and Mrs. Will Baughman. of Danville, D Eads, of this place, drove over to on Monday, and attended the funeral of little Jessie Kicholasville the bride's cousin's, were married at Mrs. Beazley Sunday. Browntield. They then drove to Mt Lebanon, where a nice reception was Fred Yeager, who moved to Okla- given them by Mr' John Taylor. They homa some time since, is back in Gar- will make Jessamine county their rard visiting relatives and friends. home in the future.their many friends He will return to the wild and wooly wish them a long and happy life. west in a few weeks. DeWitt's Little Early Risers purify Geo. B.. Harris has gone lo Carlisle, the blood, clean the liver, invigorate to accept a position with his brother, the system. Famous little pills for Will, in, the L. & K". office at that constipation and liver troubles. F. P. place. He is a good telegraph opera Frisbie. lm e, -- fices at once. Nearly 30,000 more employes of New England cotton and woolen mills have received an increase of 10 per cent, in wages. The bulk of these are in the mills of the American Woolen, Company, which has twenty-fiv- e mills, employing about 26,000 people. The first public hearing of the Roberts 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 depends upon health. If they are troubled wjth worms, they will be irritable, cross, feverish, and perhaps seriously sick. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE is a worm expeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheer ful. Price 25cts. C. C. & J. E. Stor- mes. lm. n M preparations For The Holidays. We have a well Selected stock of Merchandise we will offer "at Special Low Prices. you want anything in DRESS GOODS, TABLE LINENS, If Napkins, Towels, 'My son has been troubled for years with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago I persuaded him" to take some of Colic, Cholera and Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy. After using two bottles of the25-cen- t size he was cured. I give this testimonial, hoping some one similarly afflicted may read it and be benefited. Thomas C. Bower, Glen coe, O. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm.. The State Board of Election Commissioners delivered certificates of election to the Republican candidates for State offices. The written opin ion of the board was filed. The Dem ocratic candidates have not decided whether they will contest. The matter will probably be determined at a meeting of the State'Democratic Committees, which has been called for at Underwear, Ladies, Misses and Children's Jacketr, Furs, Blankets, Comforts, Underwear, Shoes, Clothing, Trunks, &c. We are Ready to Supply you for less than value. We expect to move into our new building about January 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. $2.00 worth $3.50 One lot of Iadies Jackets at " " " at 6.co 3.75 " " " "" " 5.50 " 9.00 " "" at $6.75 worth 10. and 12. Our Stock of Fur Collaretts, Misses and Children's Jack-- , ets will be closed out at a great sacrifice. " Bleached Damask at 6c Bleached Damask at 75c 55c " " " .85c 68c Bleached Damask at " 1.25c 9SC Fine Satin Damask at. . .". " 1.50c Fine Satin Damask at ...$i.i2c One lot of Ladies' Dongola Shoes small and medium sizes at. 79c worth $1.50. One lot of Zeiglers fine shoes at 9SC worth $2.50 and $3.00. Also some good bargains in other lines of shoes. We have a number of other good things we would like to mention but cannot on account or not having space. .- 42c a. Special Sale, of Table Iinens, Napkins and Towels for the Holiday trade. Red Damask at Red Damask at -- . WE HAVE IT to look all over We keep the argued. ii Lancaster.. . For Hnineneii. Our Motto! High Class Goods, Low Cash Prices and Benj. lngerson,-,o- f Hutton, Itid., says: he had not spoken above a whis" . Courteous Treatment. per for months, and one bottle of Fo, ley's iioney and Tar restored lis voice, ' Frankfort. In the Court of Appeals Saturday an .important opinion jvas handed down by Judge Paynter in the case of Nail vs. Tinsley the Ohio county tissue ballot case. The opinion holds that all ballots should be printed on white paper, "sufficiently thich that the printing can not be distinguished from the back," and that if ballots do not substantially comply with the law' When you need something the election is invalid. The opinion was prepared more than a week ago, GO.OD, something FRESH but was held up on account of the inand TEMPTING, no use tense political feeling. Judges Bur- nam and DuBelle dissent from the majority opinion, and Judge Goffey de? town, just call to see US, we have it. clines to assent or dissent, because he most complete assortment of GROCERIES was not sitting when the case was 15c worth 22c " 30c 20c Gome at once or you will miss some of the good bargains Onyanuary 1st we will give away $100.00 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 a 'chance at the money After an.l, 1900 we, will be in our new building on the Easfekide of the square near the National Bank. i N DRY 0 0? FULLER & SYMPSON. It is used very largely by speakers and. C C & Jj Storines. lm singers. Purchasing Writs to Cozlue !t Cjs is estimated that there are IV REPORT OF THE CONDITION . Agency, Louisville. ky lot any thing you de 000.000 'cows in the United States want to bny.- Yon can save big money. OFTni voted to butter making and that their lyr. umtloa free mother average yield is 125 pounds of butter a V1 sP year," or a total of 1,375,000,000 pounds. Goixl WAteiiea Absolutely Free. 1 L-fcaI' We want yonr name for PASTIME, a bright Ioat. Towb Lou la Brrantsvllle for Sale. lZCf ii she stops Slean, Mas rated story and hnmoroua "paper Many have lost confidence and hope "Will sell privately two "lots, with to think a moment, how dangerOF LANCASTER. AT for the family cire'e, 16 largeTpai; a. only 73c a dwellings. Apply to J. X. Dunn or ously wrong.it is to swallow medi uo iiw ut jear; on" trial 4 months, 10c. V sive'a nickle r nrtnn ni nnr nr nuniiirnn r silver watch to each subscriber, a st med myself at Bryantsyille ?or particulars. cines when in her condition one been told their kidney disease was in- - OLUOtUr DUOINLOO UtU. Z, loyiJ ium size watch, guaranteed foroneyvar.- Will aoolication tf Jas. Hills. can see that the outside softens and curable. Foley's Kidney Cure is akeep time for m.iuy years a accurately as a RESOURCES. Guaranteed remedy for the discourbf a liniment which $100 watch And wasive o!d Wdtches. Bicyto cles, etc. Sample a id pmlcul.irs free. Send C. C. & J. E.- - Loans and discountsand unsecured... $105,144 33 The greatest' care should b6 given For Sale, fourteen nice sugar year relaxes must certainly be the thing aeed and disconsolate. 796 80 Overdrafts, secured MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE any little sore, pimple or scratch which U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation.. .. 60.000 00 sugar for her to use. Such a liniment is Stbrmes. if you do no more, wa address lm Stocks, securities, etc ling mules and nine 3.IW0 00 Bhov-- no disposition to heal under ordin- will surprise you. Be.t.!r enclose 5 sumps for furniture and fixtures 11,000 00 mare mules broke to work. Will sell Danville Advocate Bowerman Bro, Banking-houstell now soon Other real estate and mortgages own- 10 IDDClDCIl A CID0T AO ary treatment. No one can of the worst tneso trial subscription, or 34 stamps for watch bd IT in pairs if desired. tyie. paper, while the watchunri goinjj free. The ,,y.u xj : sold to Brook Curry.the weanling colt ea will develop into Cancer ArrtAnilU I rlnOl from National So many people die from Cancer simply PASTIME Pub. Co., Louisville. Kr. Nixon Pekkins, Marksbury, Xy. which she can depend upon doing by Baron Wilkes, dam by Wilkes Boy, Due serve Agents) Banks (not Re 1,'KU ... li r. her a world of good before and for $1,000. They also sold to Cochran Due from appro ved reserve neeuts.... 68.852 28 nilini TO cause thev do not know iust what the . disease is; 122 51 mCnC rlmr Ltui they naturally turn themselves over to tho doctors, dunner labor. Send to us lor our Bros, the weanling colt by Allerton, Checks and other cash items Lost Dog. 1 540 00 Notes of other National Banks Don't Suitor, TUa Klec'ropolse and are forced to submit to a cruel and daiiKerous 353 90 White spotted hound bitch, with free illustrated book "Before Baby dam Spanish Maiden, for $900. The Fractional paper currency.nlckels.cts Cures all disHos without tha ass os medl operation the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer. The disease Specie $11,902 00 is Born." Mother's Friend is sold in black spots. Left my place last Sat promptly returns, however, and is 'even more violent and destructive than cine. A pure Oxygen treatment, by absorpt Brook Curry b.uuu uu notes drug stores for $J a bottle, or from Bowermans also sold to by plaster, or in the Cancer is a deadly else falls urday. Liberal reward for informa colt Directum, Redemption Fund with U. 8. Treas f 14,'JU2 w before.external treatment can poison no enectblood, and an operation, cure must tlon. It cures where,everythin; will lelieve If REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, 6a. the have whatever upon it ine Is needed in every family, for it other tion leadinz to her return. W. S. TIE BKASnXIS dam by Mansfield, for $2,000. These 2,250 00 urer (5 of circulation) come from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. weakness or ailment, to the most persistent Walker, Point Leavell. were pretty good prices for youngsters. ..328.23I 10 Mr. Wm. Walj le. of Walshtown, S. D., says: "A chronic'dlsease. and without the use of a grain Total little blotch aboi the size of a pea came under my left of medicine. Thousands of people all over the A Frightful Blander LIABILITIES. For Hoe KllllBS. eye. gradually gr. ing larger, from which shooting pains United States, from private citizen to Law Will often cause a horrible Burn, Capital stock paid in Ed f 50,000 00 Benge & Miller have constructed at intervals ran in - lirections. I became greatly alarmed yers, Doctors, Preachers, 10,000 00 .. Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arni- Surplus f und . . . and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced it Cancer, itors, etc.. even urowueu tieaas oi fcurope nave s slaughter pens and are preiven written testimonials of these fayts. Book and advised that it be out out, but this I could not conca Salve, the best in the world, will Undivided profits, less expenses and pared to kill and dress your hogs or 5,72102 taxes paid sent to. I read in mv local Daner of a cure effected by of testimonials, aud matter of great Interest kill the nain and promptly heal it National Bank notes outstanding 44,500 00 cattle at reasonable figures. The pens S.. nnd decided to trv it. It acted like a charm, the with price of instruments sent free. Every fam- x SS cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcer, Due to other National Banks 3.241 Ort are located at end of Totten avenue Cancer becoming at first irritated, ana then difcnnrging lly should have an tlcctropoise; it saves mon- 293 29 Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup- Due to State Banks and Bankers every particular. in and are Hinued altogether, leaving a small scab which soon drop- - n.d eee what people say who have thoroughly Wanted. tions. - Best Pile Cure on earth. Only Individual deposits subject to check. 214.419 80 Have your meat killed where it can be I ped off. and now only a neaitny nine scar remains wnere 55 93 tested Its .merits. Agents wanted. THE Weanling mules and horse and filly 25cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold Certified checks J what threatened to destroy my life once held full sway.' properly handled and by expert hands. KLEGTUO POISE Co., 5i:; 1th St.. Louisville , $328.231 10 Total ' coalts. I will be at Lancaster Livery by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. Specificlm Ky. Positively the only euro for Cancer is Swift's lyr. Stables on Tuesday, Dec 19th to buy G ss : It does not pay to put into an incu StateS.of Kentucky.Codnty ofof arrard,above Several towns have adopted the a car load. Bring them to town. I, C. Denny Cashier the that bator eggs from stock which is in poor named bank, do solemnly swear my, the above law, Curfew H. W. Cubby, Eaton, O, statement true to the best of knowledge because it is the only remedy which can go deep enough to reach the root of condition or eggs which haye been and belief. is S. C. Denny a Lancasbut Dates stuffed with marshmallow saved many days over a week. It will the disease and force it out of tho system permanently. A "surgical operation Cashler. ter man, whose Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 does not reach the blood tho real seat of tho disease because the blood can paste makes a tempting desert R. KINNAIRD. be work trying to run an incu- - day of Dec. 1899, nnt hp. Insist unon S. S.: nothinc can take its place. children are Ndtarv Public. -- S. S. S. cures also any case A cup of very hot milk at bedtime bator if you Lave not eggs of your of Scrofula. Eczema. Rheumatism. Contagious Commission expires Januarv icth 1900. never seen loitBloodAPoison, Ulcers, Sores, or any other form of blood disease. Valuable To wagons we Correct Attest : will prevent sleeplessness, sell own to put in your own machine, ering about the books'on Cancer and Blood Diseases will be mailed freo to any address by i Alex R. Denny, Keep two gridirons in the kitchen good Lump Coal W. R. Cook , . Directors Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has 10c a Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. says the street, S ft ) Alex C. one for meat and one for fish saved the lives of thousands of croupy accompanyi n g "bushel our yards for trie picture shows The Chinese honor their guests by children. Ie is also without an equal REPORT OF THE CONDITION present. placing before them the oldest eggs for colds and whooping cough. For the best way he lyr. has ever found obtainable, which are considered their sale by R. E. McRoberts. OF THE ne nave aiso aims nuc an otner coals iugreatest delicacy. to keep the ur The paople who are "lucky" with clnding two grades of caiinel, three sizes of An chins where A quart of milk contains the same turkeys are those who exercise good METAL ROOFING, they belong. thracite, Woolridge, Jellico. Paint Rock, Bryof a management. If possible, mate young nourishment as ant Bros. Fire Creek, Stnithlnsr, and Hay, gobblers with old hens. Give full libpound of beef. A Paint Licit Enterprise. Corn, Oats, Cow Feed. Salt. Lime. Cement, OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT Cold storage and preserved eggs are erty to the flocks, and then see that Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by a. Patent Plaster. Sand and Manufactured Ice. i Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting an abomination, and should be pro they have nourishing food in the DANVILLE ICE COAL CO. right variety at home, and it is not CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC- - 2, 1899 with ready sale every where. Persons hibited by legislation. W. S. GLOP.E, Mgr. who have used it say it's a marked The interior of poultry houses well to bave turkeys over fat. Set resources. Yard.C. S. Depot. Tclerlime 21 Town 'of success and a sure cure for Fistula, should now have a good coat of white the early eggs under hens, and turkeys ficc and Factory, 3d St., Telephone 151. will lay more it their eggs are not left Loans and discounts ,J100,9fi9 19 Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge wash and kerosene, DELIVERY LOW PRICES, PROMPT 1,'JT0 secured in "the nest. Let the nests be roomy, Overdrafts, to secureand unsecured.. 25,000 90 LATHS, ETC. ment, Greasy Heel, etc It is sold on 00 U. S Bonds circulation One hundred hens will consume one 2.000 00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds a written guarantee, and money re- hundred "pounds of grit during the on the ground and in a retired spok 1.500 00 Stocks, securities, etc s.ouu uu Free of Charge. funded if not as represented. For sale year, and still some- - people ioolisnly Other real estate aud mortgages by R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. Any adult suffering from a cold set ... 2.450 00 owned neglect tq supply it. tled on the breast, bronchitis, throat Due from National Bunks (not Re serve Agents We would like to call the attention In sluggish liver, HERBINE.Jby its or luner troubles of any nature, who Dne from State Banks and Bankers... 11,333 b 13 22 Due from approved reserve agents... 60,cos 10 of our readers to a beautiful new Two- - beneficial action upon the biliary will call DR- 1,4414 at J E Stormes' drug store, Checks and' other cash items Step sent us, called "Side By Side," tracts, renders the bile more fluid, and will be presented with a sample bot Notes of other national banks nlckles 20o 00 Fractional naner currency, by H. Sanders. The publishers, The brings the liver into a sound, healthy 12 77 and tle of Boschee German Syrup, free of Specie cents 12,19.j 00 Groene Music Pub. Co., 32 E. Fifth condition, thereby banishingjthe sense charge. Only one r bottle given to one 2,ira uo notes Street, Cincinnati, O., wish to intro- - of drowsiness, lethargy, and the gen- - person, and none to children without Itartlficiallvdieeststhe food and aida- Redemption fund with U. S. Treas duce it, and offer the same for piano eral feeling of apathy owhich arise urer t per cent oi circulation)... Ifaturc in strengthening and recon order from parents. or organ, band, orchestra, violin or from disorders of the liver. Price 50 53 fJ3i,572 Total structing tlie exhausted digestive orAccording to recent estimates the gans. It is the latest discovered digest-amandolin, for only 20 cents, in silver cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm LIABILITIES. 1890 crop of potatoes will go down on Capital stock paid in w and tonic. No other preparation ui ?50,000 00 or stamps. Tney expect a large saie Always deliver eggs to your custo- - record as can approach it in efficiency. It inthe largest in the history of surpiusfund....... less expenses and: 1U.UUU uu on tne same, ana irom me iooks oi me mers when not over twenty-fou- r Undivided profits, hours stantly relieves and permanently cures 2,239 4G taxes paid copy sent us, we are sure it will be be old, as they will not be strictly fresh the country. Figures bases on a care- .Dyspepsia, indigestion, iieartourn, 22,500 00 ful review of the various producing National Bank notes outstanding. 70 40 Due to other National Banks come very popular. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, after that time during hot weather. 10 00 sections place the "total yield at 250,- - Dm; to State Banks and Bankers. A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and SickHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and L. V. Harkness, of New York, own 000,000 bushels against 244,000,000 Individual deposits subject to check. 146,752 In Bf cnory of Mrs. Sallle Satton, an otner results oi impenecsuige&uuu. J2.H.572 53 Total. . Prepared by . C Dewitt &CO- - crjicags. , As God plucks the brighest flowers er of the magnificent Walnut Hall bushels in 1898 and 174,000,000 bushels EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. . l Fnsbic. Jo-hState or Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss and places them around his throne He farm in Fayette county, has sold in 1897. The highest price, in 1898, I, B. F. Hudson, Cashier of the above named plucked one from our midst, Mrs. nas Weil, agent for Nelson Morris, of niriRpri t,hf fnrmpra t.n InnrpncA nnt.ntn bank, do solemnlv swear that the above stute' CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. my knowledge and , . . . Sallie Sutton wife of Mr. Weslie Sut- - Chicago, 100 head of the finest fat .cat-- , area uuuuu o,uw uuics aim. luuuku ,iuc ment is true to the best of Hudson, uasnier. Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, 50 Cents. a. tr. belief. Subscribed and ronJ day of .Deo. 1899. sworn to before me this Cin IWli Un Cfraal CT I fllllC UP long and painful illness tie that ever left Kentucky, for the wloM naxonra- !o emails thon i.ict J .ton, after a 1"ou "ivJAMES F. BALLARD. Sole Proprietor, 01U nuim nam cucsi, oit luuid, h.- she fell into the arms of Jesus at her London holiday trade. The cattle ine total results snow a tremendous s.c.denny, Notary Public. : fifty Heaefords and increase. correct Attest home near here Nov. 9th, 1899. She sold consisted of J. M. UlGQINBOTHAM, breed, the made her peace with God several years fifty of the Polled-Augu- s Directors Lewis Y. Leavell, T. M. Arnold, BUT WE HAVE A A SURE CURE FOR CROUP. ago since which time she has lived a lot averaging about 1,650 pounds each consistent Christain. She was a mem- - for which Mr. Harkness receives 6 Twenty-fiv- e Use Years' Constant JOHN T. JOHNSTON' ber of the Christain church, she never cents a pound live weight, or $10,000 W.McC JOHNSTON, without a Failure. expressed anv doubt of her salvation, in round numbers for the 100 head. The first indication of croup is hoar The Celebrated Eye Specialist, of and was only unwilling to leave her 1 was nearly dead with dyspepsia, NOTARY PUBLlfc, JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, family, but before God called her away tried doctors, visited mineral springs, seness, and in a child subject to that disease it may be taken as a sure sign she became reconciled to go home to and grew worse. I used Kodol Dys Will be at Gilcher Hotel, Danville, on BRYANTSVI LUB , KENTUCKY TO approach of an of her loved ones gone before who had pepsia Cure. That cured me." It ingthe hoarseness is attack. Follow Tuesday Jan. 2nd, and at St. Asaph Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, a peculiar rough this preceded her. digests what you eat. Cures indigest for Cough Be- - Hotel, Stanford, Wednesday, Jan. 3d Land Siveryor anl Mrs. Sutton was a kind wife, afiect- - ion, sour stomach, heartburn and all cough. If Chamberlain's medy is given as soon as the child be returning one day each month. Eyes We are prepared to please vou LANCASTER, KY ionate mother and a good neighbor al forms of dyspepsia. F. P. Frisbie. lm comes examined and Glasses scientifically both in style and price. hoarse, or even after the croupy ways ready to lend assistance to the FIRE INSURANCE CO AETNA Those dear sisters who held their cough appears, it will prevent an at adjusted. sick and suffering. She leaves a hus-band and nine children and a host of turkeys for "the highest market tack. It is used in many 'thousand of ALL friends to mourn her loss. A Friend. price," are now on the anxious seat homes in this broad land and never and want buyers to come arouud and disappoints the anxious mothers. We take the bronze beauties off of their have yet to learn of a single instant in Watch For Bradley, WE BRING. TO YOU which it has not proved effectual. No - Governor William 0. Bradley was hands Jessamine Journal. Piney Forests of Norwav From other preparation can show such a re given a handsome watch Saturday by There are few ailments so iincom years' constant use leading colored people of Kentucky as fortable as piles, but they can easily cord twenty-fiv- e a mark of appreciation of his kindly be cured by using TABLER'S BTJCK- - without failure. For sale by B E Mc- lm interest in the Negro race. The Gov- - EYE PILE OINTMENT. Belief Boberts, Druggist. ernor was greatly surprised when a follows its use, and any one suffering Thirteen of the best players of the delegation of colored citizens filed in- - from piles can not afford to neglect to Louisville Baseball Club were sold to to his office Saturday afternoon. He give it a trial Price, 50 cts in tubes the Pittsburg Club foi $25,000 and an thought that they had come to say 75 cts. C. C. & J. UStormes. lm unknown "amount of stock in the lat something concerning the horrible organization.' Mr. Barney Drey Louisville has been content with be ter Mavsville affair. The watch is a ing called "the Fall City," but as Un f us will be president of the Pittsburg, handsome one of solid gold and single cle C. Pullam will haye Sam, for the sake of navigation while Mr. H. left-ovcase. The face is unique n having charge of the players in has about blown up every vestige of SALE & FEED STABLE. old fashioned figures as indicators inImproved by Science to a PLEASANT, PERMANENT, TOSIT1VE CURE the beautiful Ohio river falls, we will Louisville, unless the League reduces stead of Boman characters. On the have to get a new name. Nothing its circuit to eight clubs. outside was the monogram "W.O. B.," would be more LANCASTER, KY. August Flower. For Coujhi. CoUs. and all Inflamed Swbco of the Lungi and Bronchial Tuba, appropriate in the while inside the case appeared "To It is a surprising fact," says. Prof. light of our importance in the tobac , Governor William O. Bradley, from co industry, to call Louisville in Houton, "that in my travels in all pirts We make special Attention of the Negroes of Kentucky, December the future,than "The Tobacco City. of the world, for the last the years, I PINE-TAR-HON- EY our 9, 1899." On the cap of the move- About population in city have met more people, having used half ment appears this sentence quoted in a direct the indirect way,the or derive Green's August Flower than any other SALE STABLE. from his indorsement on the applica their living from the various branches remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver pardon of George Dinning, tion for the 'Nice combined horses always on of the tobacco industry. The Weed, and stomach, and for constipation. I lungs "are exhilarated, the The sore, weary cough-wor- n who shot the leader of a white "One Minute Cough Cure is the best find for tourists and salesmen, or for hand for sale. ping party: "Too long have mobs dis microbe bearing mucus is cut out, the cause of that tickling is persons filling office positions, where graced the fair name of Kentucky." remedy I ever used for coughs and headaches and general bad .feelings removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so is unequalled for whooping Below this appears the following sen colds. It from irregular habits exist,, that tence from one of Bradley's recent cough; Children all like it," writes H Greenes August Flower is a grand that there is no inclination to cough. N. Williams, Gentryville, Ind. Never campaign speeches: "I plead for more remedy. It does not injure the sys ORGANIZED 1883. kindness and more justice for the Ne fails. It is the only harmless remedy tern by frequent use, aiid is excellent Cures gro jof Kentucky." The charm is set that gives immediate results for sour .stomachs and indigestion." with three diamonds and the chain is coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, pneu Sample bottles free at J E Stormes' PITIZEHS NATIONAL BAM, monia, bronchetis and all throat and of heavy gold with twist links. Drug Store. Sold by dealers in all OF LANCASTER, U Governor Bradley thanked the vis lung troubles.' Its early use prevents civilized fcoun tries. for I have been seriously a affected and twenty-fiv- e cough years with consumption. F. P. Frisbie. lm My little daughter has bees subjeca itors" for their remembrance, arid ac were my aide and breast $50,OQO for one Capital, to severe colds and croup, ana onei pains- in me a miserable life. thatspent I have sold I cepted it graciously, but he added Robbed the Grave. ear. Find it a splendid remedy and taken with violent conghli spells at causing of dollars with doctors and 8. BEAZIiEY. hundreds good .seller. Sold five bottles to Miss Bight. Dr. Bell's is for bnt everything failed Stella Howell.'of this place, who was that he would have been even more A startling incident, of which Mr 10,000. Surplus Fuad the only preparation I have found that train medicine, Bell's I used Dr. will relieve her. I think It la necessary It beats the world, and has saved my considered to have consnraption. She pleased had they taken the money and John Oliver of Philadelnhla. was the fa the household. S. L. Jsswt lifn. I neosnatni Sr. Boll's Pine isnowingoodhealth.-J.- T. 111. QJUSHAll, Teeth extracted without pain vu oue oi uieir institutions oi Druggist, Granteburgt given iu Xoslnille, Ky. vr.th Vitalized Air. Office in subject, is narrated by him. as follows to everybody with weak Baildlnr, Danville street, oppo-- l BUSINESS SOLICITED. learning. In closing he said: "I am lungs. It is a great .success. J. B. "I was in a most dreadful condition, theBookout site rresDyterian. cnurcn. HnnarT. Grantsbnrg, Til. proud of the fact that I have been the My skin was almost yellow? eyes sunk Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed Negro's friend and have doneall I en, tongue coated, pain continually could to advance his standing as a in back and sides, no appetite graft Presides j. if. HiesiSBOTHAX citizen and to elevate his race." on ualls growing weaker day by day. Taken np by John W. Millersow his premises ana 4 pigs. near Lancaster. Ky.. one red Honey you get as big a Lewis Y. Lkxvsll..... in buying Dr. Bell's Pine-TThree' physicians had given me up. The sow welshing aoont 125 pounds 'and tne Hit The Spot. It Cashlet .pigs about 25 ponnda apiece, said sowvand B. F. Hudson bottle ana more aosesiorzbc man you now When suffering from a severe cold Fortunately, a friend advised trying pigs nave no marss ana nave Deen vainea uy .any other, but the' druggist's profit is less. Assistant Casa'i W. O. Bisnxt county Electric Bitters:' and to my great joy W. . Walker anouseceeper and your throat and lungs feel sore, atsv.uu mis uci. zsia iosr. uiven unaar mj T Bookkeeper aatlrBajylstasare ptriailliigtUcr C.D. YTa.lx.xk hand as Judge of Garrard County this Oct. taVp arln&e nf Folev's TIYvnpv nnrVTar. and surprise, the first bottle made mean are) Useta tm Wy afcaa wMea to aw PB5aIJaTiX I continued 1899. whAn the. Rore'i B. A. BUBNBIDE, Judge win h at. decided improvement. rasrasM in DO DIRECTORS: xpnee relieved, a O I warm grateful I thel1 use tor three weeks, and am now PINE-TAR-HONfeeling and heal-- ' ing of the parts I a well man. I know they saved my Two Fablle Males. J.3C.HISOIHBOTHA; JawisT Lmxtkll, affected will be experienced and you life, and robbed the grave of another We will sell to the highest bidder, at Hiatts-vill- e T.X.AXSOLB J.8.JOHHSOK, O'X'.H HIT.. JLJSfJD T'A K HI on Tuesday Dec.'l9, the following will say: "It feels so good. , Hits victim." No one should fall to try B. T. B. O. AXXOLB, Jk. " hogs, cattl t milk cows, fanning A lot of The Spots." Guaranteed. C C & JE them. Only 50cts.,f guaranteed at Btensils and household furniture. Sale begins J.J.WaLxm . Jacob V. Robissojc. at 10 o'clock a. a, W. A. Hiait. JsaBKDpTY,' ' SIMPLE OC It e 3C N3 Ptant NATIONAL BANK, AS MALL SPOT K. r- I MAY BE CANCER 8 - y MOTHER'S FRIEND be-li- " Liegai-iena- Supreme-Judges- , first-clas- I S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD FilllS at ATIEIJI. will at up-hi- ll Robin-son- three-quarte- Citizens National Bank FLOORING, A.C.SINB, SIDING, 2V 77 i Jfc CEILING- TO FJlAMKmm TABLER'S BUil Kodol Dyspepsia Cure iegai-tenae- Digests what you eat. my 3 mmw nt CURE C I .. I i STOBMES DRUG STORE. THESE A80JT IS GETTING IA.TE Superb Dr. R. Goldstein, J. X. DUNN Asit Line of Hats IE D. TILLET. the Nature's MOST Biri Natural Remedy mm, Dr. BELL'S W. B. BURTON. tt. A COLD! A COUGH! CONSUMPTION! w DENTIST ESTRAY NOTICE. BEWARE! ar G.-- 1 DR. BELL'S Roberts POTOTOP U. EY It . Huwoir.-aux.GnM,- drug store, lancwlster, ky.