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STEKC wehc sr LOUIS LA.KDRAt. Fubtlmker. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. SONS YlAX, IK ADVAXCX S1.00 SlXlCOHTHJ. " 60 Tnn ... . .25 THURSDAY August,24 - I89& Mormon klders continue to catch it in the neck in Kentucky Work on the hypocrits in your own churches, neighbors, before shooting at foreign ers. Charity begins at home, and you have lots of pruning to be done in your own vineyard. The Republicans opened their Cam paign at London yesturday amid a great flourish of trumpets. Some fif teen or twenty speakers are now, to gether with the democratic orators, turned loose upon a long suffering public Even the orators express doubt as to whether or not a speech ever changed a vote, but the raging stump is always crowded by men of both parties who want to tell the dear "fellersiterzins" how it is . We would rather take a beating than to to made to listen to political speech or temper ance lecture. One of the most conservative and best balanced editors we have ever read after is Mr. Henry E. Woolfolk, of the Danville Advocate. He is a democrat of the old school, and be lieves in making a square, clean light in every contest. A very admirable trait is that he never blows off half cocked. When he makes a statement you may depend upon his having stu died the subject deeply. We have been reading the Advocate ever since he took charge, and have never seen it cast a chunck of mud at anyone, no matter how "sorry" the fellow on the other side of the fence may have been. The people appreciate journalism as managed by Mr. Woolfolk, as the big following of the Advocate goes to show. The Recoud's name has been going the rounds in the stereotyped list of . "papers who refuse to support Goe bel." We .have never said one word against Mr. Goebel and cannot see why we are place.d iu that column. We are not losing much more than twenty-five hours sleep per day worry ing over who is to be governor of the state of Kentucky. We arc aware of the fact that, no matter who is gov ernor, we will have to continue to work with might and main to keep this little she-bang going and while the other press boys are running up and down their respective sides of the fence, frothing at the mouth like boar shoals, we are turning out job work and furnishing our readers with all the home news. Send us a dollar and get The Recoud one year. A Mother TellM How She Saved Her Little Daughter's Life. I am the mother of eight children and have had a great deal of exper ience with medicines. Last summer my little daughter had the dysentery in its worst form. We thought she would die. 1 tried everything 1 could think of, but nothing seemed to do her any good. I saw by an advertise ment in our paper that Chamberlains Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended and sent and got a bottle at once. It proved to be one of the very best medicines we ever had in the house. It saved my little daughter's life. I am anxious for every mother to know what an excell ent medicine it is. Had I know it at first it would have saved me a great deal of anxiety and my little daughter much suffering. Yours truly, Mis, Geo. F. Burdick, Liberty: R. I. For sale by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. Stay South, Vouhk Man. Tliis is the advice of Joseph Helch- er, a miner, who, witli a number of others, recently went from here to Illinoise to work in the mines. Bare headed, bare-footed, and with hardly no clorhes, he returned this week, having walked the entire distance home, and alad man was he on his arrival back to his old Kentucky home He relates wonderful tales how, each night, the camp is ridden with bullets by drunken mobs, the small pay they received for work, and other disadvan tages they found instead of the fairy land that was promised them when they left here Middlesboro News. The Eagle, Klae of all Birds. is noted for its keen sight, clear aud distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25cts MePoberts Drug Store. lm In testing a horse for his lameness or the soundness of his action have him brought fresh jrom the stable. Horses frequently suffer from dlsor-. ders which are not discernible directly after they have been exercised. Spain's Greatest Need, Mr. R.' P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, spends his winters at Aiken S. ' C. Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head. On using Electric Bitters, America's greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left him. He says this grand medicine is what his country needs. All Amer ica knows that it cures liver and Kid ney troubles, purifies the blood, 'tones up the stomach, strengthens the neK ves, puts vim, vigor and new life Into every muscle, nerve and organ of the body. If weak, tired or ailing you need It. Every bottle guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by R, E. McRob erts, Druggist. PIIACKWTIIXK. A. X Thompson sold 11 head of cat tle to Mr. Crow f or-$s75. J. C Fox bought a 1,200 lb. steer from Grove Kennedy for 3c. Logan Thompson bought a nice 2- year-old filly from John Cress for $35. J. H. Thompson and J. P. Ballard has returned from Rockcastle, with 109 nice sheep. G. A. Siler has gone to Whitley, Co;, with some horses and mules to trade to other stock. Mrs. Laura Conn, nee Adams, of Guthrie, Oklahoma, was visiting Mr. H. C. Cummins family last" week. Rev. W. Mc, Hutchins has commen ced a protracted meeting at Eflices church, assisted by Rev. Ubaks and Peck. Died, at the home of Richard Rob inson his little babe which was about two yeais old. We' extend our sympa thy to the family. On Monday, the 14 inst. Mr. Thos Breedlove and Miss Belie, daughter of Mr. Levy Bell, drove to this place and was quietly married by Rev. C. W. Clay. Congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Jones L. Andeison gave a nice supper Sunday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Menifee Elmore which was much enjoyed by all pres ent with much credit to Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. 'Foley's Kidney Cure has been tes ted and found to be all you claim for it. I have been giving it to my father and it is the only thing that ever helped him" writer Geo. C. IIickock, Curtiss, Wis. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Married at the home of W. H. Cum mins, Miss Hattie, the beautiful daughter of W. II. and Mrs. Mollie Cummins to Mr. Menifee Elmore by Rev. Mahoney at the Baptist church A nice supper followed at the home of Mr. Cummins which was much enjoy ed by about 00 including the scribe. May happiness crown their pathway through life. MARKSBORY. Charley Durham, Henry Parks, Hughes Aldridge and others, have sold their wheat in Danville for Gic per bushel. Mr Ashley Arnold attended the Lexington Fair Miss Annie Per kins spent last week with friends and relatives in Lancaster Mr and Mrs X II Bogie attended the Lexington fair, and visited friends Miss Lynn. of Stanford, is the guest of Miss Mary Rout Miss Bane West, of Lancas ter, visited Mrs T D Scott, Saturday and Sunday Miss Hallie Rice visit ed Miss Sue Bixler, at Ilarrodsburg, and attended the Lexington fair Rev. W M Kuykendall preached an excellent sermon Sunday, to a large and appreciative audience Mr, North and sister, of H ustonville, are visiting their cousins, Miss Lucy and Mr Wm Marsee Rev. and Mrs W M. Kuykendall have returned from a visit to their parents, Rev and Mrs, E. H Brookshire, at Bowling Green, Mr John West, of Deckard, Tenn., after an absence of eighteen years, is visiting friends and relatives in this community, and attended the Associ ation at the Fork church. The soothing and healing properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy, its pleasant taste and prompt and pei manent cures, have made it a great favorite with the people everywhere, For sale by R. E. McRoberts druggist. STONE. George McQuerry sold to James Par ker a bunch of hogs at 4c. per. lb. Ezekiel Boatright, of color, who lost his mind was taken to the Lexington asylum" last week. Misses Mattie and Pearl Sanders have have returned from a few days visit at their aunts, Mrs. Mattie Rob erts at Lock No. 8. . . .Mr. and Mrs. T, L Sanders, Peachie Mae, visited rela tives at Little Hicknan the latter part of last week, and attended meeting. ....A number of young folks from here, attended the protracted meeting at Little Hickman Saturday night, Sunday, and Sunday night.... Mrs. Hary Clouse visited relatives at Little Hickman last week.... Miss Blanche Mitchell is the guest of Mrs. James Anderson, ners Bryantsville this week and attending the association at the Fork church Miss Elizabeth Tom- linson of Bryantsville, has returned home from a visit with friends here. John Lane visited friends and atten ded the suyper at Hubble last Friday and Saturday... Mrs. Polina-McCreary and daughters, Misses Bessie and Ger tris, of Jessamine, visited T. L. San ders and family Sunday Miss Em ma Naylor. of Judson, was the guest of the Misses Sandeis Sunday. . . .Miss Walker, of Jessamine, returned homo last week, after a weeks "visit with Misses Nannie and Dusky East Mr and Mrs. Tivis Preston are visiting the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Da vid Totten at Brodhead. No Right to Vellceaa. The woman who is lovely in face, form and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attract ive must keep her health. If she is weak, sickly and all run down, she will be nervous and irritable. If she has constipation or kidney trouble,' her impure blood will- cause piniplest blotches, skin eruptions and u wretch! ed complexion. Electric Bitters Is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu fy the blood. It gives strong nerves, - bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make a good look ing, charming- woman of a. run-down nvalid. Only 50 cents at R. E.r Mc- Roberte' Drug Store, -a; lm ma. D, C. Pullins. family Utrse died a Jew days.ago. C. B. Englemansold.eighteen hoats to B. L. Kelley at $2 per head. Rev. Echols will preach here next Sunday evening at 3:30 o'clock. D. C. Pullins sold fourteen shoats to Culley Henry at $1.50 per head. Several of our neighbors had busi ness in town Saturday, but they didn't go to the circus though. A disease that is called the limber neck is killing the chickens by the wholesale in this vicinity. The local option fight is still on hand, both sides are going around with petitions getting signers. Misses Nannie and Cleo Spmma, of Richmond, are visiting their, aunt, Mrs. Bettie Pullins, of this place: Our Sunday school is jn a flourish ing condition. Sup't. John Wallace is putting his whole soul in the cause There are several candidates here to be initiated in the grand jury lodge if deputy Ward-en can get to serve papers on them. Born, on the 20th, to the wife of G J. Salter, a 12 pound boy, William Goebel, the mother and child are both doing well, but Gabe is badly off. We are glad to know that the I O O F. lodge at Lancaster has awoke from its Rip VanWikle nap and gone to work again, we used to be a member of that lodge and rode the goat a good many years ago. Rev. J. M. Yingling, pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords me much pleasure to recommend Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy. I have used it and know others who have done so. I have never known it to fail. It is a sure cure when taken in time." For sale by R. E. McRoberts druggist. Two Mormon elders held several days' meeting here. They denounce polygamy and preach from the same bible that other preachers do, and we don't see why it is that some of the little two by five cross road ministers that are preaching solely for a salary are ripping and tearing shirts, and say they ought to be driven out of the country. There is very little Christi anity about such fellows. If they had a little Mormonism and not so much hypocrisy about the m, they would stand a better chance for heaven, this is a free country and a person has a right to serve God ac cording to the dictates of his own con science. JUDSON. George Grow and John Ray are erec ting a new store house at Judson for W. T. West. Chickens are dying of cholera by the score in this community. Measels have broken out in Miss Sallie Anderson's school, causing a number to stay at home. Mrs. Lizzie Teaterand Mrs. Lucy Daviess, of Gunn's Chapel were the guests of Mrs. George Grow Miss Lizzie Tomlinson, of Bryantsville, is visiting friends in this and Stone com munity Messrs. Brack Grow and Jim Simpson made a pleasure trip to Cincinnati Sunday Mrs Nick Lane and wife are spending a few days.with relatives at Nina Mrs. Susan Tur ner has returned home after spending several weeks with her daughter, M s Mose Simpson, of Little Hickman. Where the digestion is good, ar.d the general powers of the system in. a healthy state, worms can find no hab itation in the human body. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE not only de stroys every worm, but corrects all de rangements of the digestive organs, Price 25cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. NINA. Rev. A. J. Trible, our old and dear ly beloved pastor, filled Pastor Wills pulpit at Freedom church Saturday and Sunday. A good crowd each day all glad to see the old Pastor one time more. Mr. O. J. Mbberly sold a fat cow for 330. Mr. James Layton and Jno. Yo- ter are in the mountains to buy hogs Mr. R. L. Kelley bought some hogs last week at 3i. Some will begin cutting tobacco this week which is of fine quality but the average is small, only about "0 per cent of a crop Mrs. O. J. Moberly is visiting rel atives in Madison Mrs. Wm. Broad- dus, of Madison, is visising her moth er, Mrs. Laurence Lain.. ..Rev. A. J. Trible stopped with 'Mrs. Watson Ba'llew, his aunt, when over to fill 'I. J. Wills p-ilpit at Freedom.... Mrs Mary'C. Waleen, of near Levy, 111.; is visiting-her father, Nick Ross, in this section'. . Mrs W ;T Cotton, of Levy is visiting ner host of relatives' and friends in "Garrard and Madison coun ties. ' As she' was expected not to live long just a few weeks' ago it "was a great surprise to learn of her being In our midst but truely'all are glad' to know of her speedy recovery and wel come ber to their enibrace as' though she had risen from the'dead. She al so brought 'witti Tier a sweet4ittle girl, Lucile, 4 of about 8'years that we have never seen before. . ; Blsniarcli'a Iron Nt-rve. Was the res'ultof hjssplehdid health Indomltab will and tremendous ener gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, useDr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power if braln-,and hodyv Only25c at R. ,E McEoberts Druggist ' Irfi JfT, HEBRON, yir, G. A, Bruce old eveq. hogs to J, B. Bourne At $3.50 per hundred. The sale at Land ram Burdett's was very well attended and things brought a very good price. Mrs. Farthing is selling off her fur niture and fowls, preparing to return to her home in Clark county. Saturday morning about 3 o'clock, the people at Lock No. 8 were very much frightened by a very hard storm. It blew the shanty boats loose and some landed about a half mile above. Misses Mary Ima Montgomery have returned from a pleasant visit to rel atives at Bohon. . .'.Mr and Mrs Will iard Rogers are visiting relatives in Milliard Rogers are visiting relatives in Mercer. . . .Mrs Peggie Burdett and little daughter, Edna, spent Saturday nignt and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Mat Folger. . . . Little Sallie Marion Montgomery is very sick of brain fe ver.... Nellie Preston is also on the sick list. The Iff oat Fatal Disease. More adults die of Kidney troubles than of any other disease. When the first symptoms of this disease appear, no time should be lost in taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which is guaran teed or money refunded SOcts and 1.00 C. C. & J. E. Stormes FLATWOODS. Mrs. Christian Grayson sold her farm for $1,800. Bob Kennedy (of col), lost a valua ble horse last week. Mr. David Cloyd, of Rowland, spent Wednesday at W II Furr's Mr. Joe Fields, of Fleming county, spent Wednesday at W II Furr's.... Mrs. Mary Furr is visiting her mother, at Cloverdale, Ind., vho is very sick. Mr. Wm. Ward, deputy sheriff, was out in these parts Monday night and arrested Mont Kavanaugh (of color), on charge of breaking into a ware house. A Narrow Kxciipe. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Groton, S. D., "Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs, cough set in and finally termi nated in Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up ;to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My hus band was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God, I am saved and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded. In IHemorlum. Alas The grim monster has just spread his sable wings over the com munity and taking our beloved friend, Mrs. James Spillman. She passed from earth to heaven on Tuesday, Aug 15th. 1899, as the sun sank behind the western hills, in Attica Indiana, at home of her sister, Miss Kate Bur rows. The following day in same town, her funeral was held at home of her neice, Miss Kate Finney, then her remaines were brought to old Paint Lick for burial. The last sad rites there were performed- by Mr. Crawford, the. pastor. Her neice, Mrs, Earl, of Falmouth, Ky. who kept vigil of sacred body in transit to Ken tucky was taken by Mrs. Spillm;in, wnere a wee girl, in early orphanhood reared and educated as her own. Be ing childless, she also took the broth ers, James and Joe Burrows, now in Texas, who-reflect great credit upon their aunt and foster mother,:for many noble characteristics, developed from her precept and example. Mrs. Spill- man was born near Philadelphia, in 1818, and in that quaker city spent her girlhood. She married Mr. James Spillman in 1845, took her permanent abode in the village of Lowell in this county, enjoyed 52 years of connubial bliss. She was a very superior educa tor, many of generations of past half a century are reaping the harvest from well started minds from her labors. She was a devout christian woman. Her influences were' ever for good, raising fallen hunanity,loving, serving and exalting- her creator, which sug gested to the writen "You may break, you. may shatter 1 be vu-e if you will, But the sceut of the roses Will cling round it still" Friend. No one knows the unbearable tor ture, the peculiar and agonizing pain, caused by' Piles, unless they have suffered from . them. Many believe them incurable. This is a mistake. Proper theatment will cure- them TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT Is ac infallible cure. Prtce50 cts. in bottles, tubes "acts. C. C. & j. E;' Stormes. . Where grasshoppers are thick, a few turkeys will dogood service and quick ly convert the grasshoppers into Thanksgiving cheer and at the' same time give the1 crops" a chance for- liv ing. During the civil war, as well asnl our late war with Spain,4 diarrhoea was one of the most troublesome , diseases the army had to co'ntc'hd with. In many instances It became chronic and the old soldiers still suffer from it. Mr. David Taylor of Wind Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., is one of these. He uses Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says he never found anything that would give him such quick rellef. . It is for sale by B. E. McEobertsdrvigglst. Hemp is doing well. One fine pair of mules sold last week week in Lincoln county, for $300. It is never too late to dip, although the sooner after shearing the better. At Richmond,Ky., last county court day, six good mules sold at an average of $110. Corn has come out remarkably well, and the crop will be far better than was expected. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT gives instant relief in cases of Bleed ing. Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Cuts, etc, Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stor mes. Only a very few, if any, export cat tle are left in Garrard. The Gibbs Bros., sold 45 to Beazley Bros., at 5c, which about cleans up the lot. The Harrodsburg Sayings reports sales of hogs at 4 cts; 700 lb steers,44c; two steer calves, $35; car load of fat hogs at 4 cts. HERBINE is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds, because it thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humors, and ex pels all impure secretions of the body. Price SOcts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. It is always more profitable to breed from young ewes so far as possible, Young ewes produce healthy and vigor ous lambs at a less cost than old ewes. It is usually good practice to provide a litter of pigs with opportunities for learning to eat, and then to allow them and the dam to arrange the question of weaning to suit them selves. When this is done the period is usually passed over with practically no disturbance in the growth and thrift of the litter. A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of CO US- SEN'S HONEY OF TAR, in all cases of Hoarsness, Sore Troat, or difficult of breathing. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. No matter to what class a horse may b long or what may be his employment nor how well trained he may be in ot'ier gaits, if he is not a good flat- f jored walker hejs seriously edificient. At this saason of the year it is partic ularly important that the sheep and lambs should be provided with an ab undonce of salt. Salt will greatly aid. in prevenning loss by worms which are a serious manace to the sheepmen of the central States. It Save the Children. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lias saved the lives of thousands of croupy children. It is also withoul an equal for colds and whooping cough. McRoberts Drug Store. The Stanford Journal says J. II Baughman & Co., are paying (55c for wheat and $1.90 for corn. They have many crops of wheat stored in their barn, and farmers think the price will rise. Good all-purpose fowls are the Wy andotte, the Plymouth Rock and the Java. There are five varieties of the Wyandotte, four varieties of the Plym outh Rocks and three varieties of Ja- vas. 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. McRoberts drug store, Have" you a flock of sheep on the farm? If not, why not? Don't you know that they are the best animals known for the extermination of weeds, besides being very profitable to raise, Importers from Ohio, Illinois Indi ana, Iowa and Wisconsin who went across the waters for stallions are all returning home, the horses stood the trip very well, and they one and all say, that good horses are very-scarce in 'the old country. Blotches and excresences, which so often annoy people, are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper perfoimance of her duties. HERBINE will ajd and assist nature in her work, and ensure a skin clear and beautiful, entirely free from all imperfections. Trice 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Farmers who want-to keep right up to date on on ail matters pertaining to land, stock Tand crop, should sub scribe for the FaVmers Home Journal, Louisville. t Its on $1 iperyear and leads the procession in farm papers. The record for mule buying. In.Har rodsburg, Ky., was broken last week when D. C. Terhune &.:Co., bought 164 head, paying from $10 to $50 each for them. They were, shipped- to Pennsylvania. They also engaged a few extra sugar colts at $42 50 to $47.r 50 for Jafhies & Terhune-. , Weak Eyes Are ITfade Strong. did -vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually, cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye salve. Its put up in tubes, anil sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store lm If well grown, a boar will produce good litters when one year old. Many a disappointment has. resulted from the.use of a younger hog- A well de veloped sow mayprrduce good results when farrowing at the same age. Bnt one; which has undergone any set back in growth had better be held for ser vices until this time. Ceaghed 35 yean I suffered for 25 years with a cough, and ppnt, bdi3dTeb fof.'dolterg'wIth doctors a u for wedicidetov no avail until isDrt BU'8WTtt:Hj- ey. ,lt has saved my lire, J . u. Rosen. Graateburg, III. McRoberts Drug Store. lm. i DANVILLE PAIR. AUG. 30, 31, Sept 1. Old-Fashioned, Kentucky Exhibition. $2,000. in Premiums. Grand Military Band. Mule Race. Two Big Cake Walks. RoadsterSaddle Premiums $15 to$110 For catalogue send to H. C. BRIGHT, Secty. Danville. SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M' ROBERTS. Fox Jlrz DANVILLE, STT. This is now the most up-to-date been recently equipped with The new discovery in optical that Th.oso Zienses Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to the most Elaborate Paintings, airong the lot is the Jfew French "FLEUR-DE-LIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame. "When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. Isu't It well worth your wnile to visit Cincinnati on the Queen & Crescent Sunday Excursion from Junction City. Championship BALL. GAME! And many other attractions next Sun day, Aug, 20th. See small bills or call on your ticket agent for partic ulars. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clami ant bcmaUfics th balb VroiaotM lozaxUnt frowtli. 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