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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 12, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898081201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 12, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $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 FOT,l7MJg Xntered at the Pott - Office in LameaMter. Ky., as Second Class Matter. NUMBER x "MUa."Are You Thinking ' LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST, 12. 1898. "gyyri&0.i' IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Big Court Monday. Bead our Louisville Dispatch offer. Smoke bushels of wheat delivered Highest cash price paid on delivery. Bjst lump and block R, Pittsburg coal, 9c Salt, Lime, Sand, The best two horse wagon on the Cement and farming implements. C C Glass & Bro". market at G. S. Gaines'. , Camp Nelson, Ky. Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer Curfew Law. I. Williams the Proctor Knott cigar. Col. W.G.Welch. The Curfew law has been put in force Lancaster. Stanford. There will be several applicants for in a number of Kentucky towns and is law license at court next week. proving very success. ul. It would good place in WELSH & WILLIAMS For sale, a jarsey, cow fresh and a come into mighty from the numberLan-of caster, judging 2t good milker, R. E. McRoberts urchins who run the streets at night For only S3 you can go to Cincinnati fire Alarm. and return Sunday over the L. & N. Law, The fire alarm was sounded Tuesday g I would like to do your plain sew-l- afternoon and brought out the entire and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. population. Some papers on the kitchKy. en shelves at Mr. J. C Robinson's resNothing but the purest ingredients All business attended to promptly used at Edminston's(j2andy Kitchen. idence caught fire but was extingiush-ewithout trouble. The new superior Disc Drill, the fin "Care makes luck." Farmers always est on earth. Do not fail to see G. b. will have good luck with their hogs Gaines before you buy. X when fed Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy, the ir0,000 About having a Good Roof put upon your house? If you are, J. R. Haselden will be glad to give you figThere is no ures. wear out to a Good Tin Roof. Proctor Knott cigars make a delic- ious smoke. Fine Tomatoes. Mrs. P. W. Spencer Proctor Knott cigars and be a basket of tomatoes which were the in size and quality that we have Groceries ad best Look at the Bluegrass seen this season. on page 2nd. Low Prices. Sewing machine needles and oil at For the next thirty days we will Thompson's. give you unheard of prices on buggies Go to J. A. Beazley & Co. for bar- - and harness. gaius in furniture. W. J. Romans Carriage Co. e cndfius at E linins- Fure ton's Kandy Kitchen. Home-mad- happy. sent The Record Wanted. J. Haselden, Take advantage of our great. nal offer. I-'s Courier-Jou- r at our warehouse. Attorneys at Lancaster d BEAZLEY& BAOGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, menicine for swine. For only ?2 you can go to Cincinnati only reliable Thousinds of testimonials from leadand return Sunday. You leave on the ing breeders and feeders. For sale by 3 a in. train and get back at 12. J. M Higginbotham. lm Tl.e Blue Grass Grocery has opened A Fine Fair. the eyes of the people. Their prices The Anderson county fair will be be duplicated. cinnot hell at Lawrcuceburg August A number of Lancaster people will This is one of the best fairs in the state attend the llustonville fair today, and the exhibition of stock promises Tomorrjw (Friday) will be the last to be batter this year than ever before. If you are an admirer of fine stock, atday. tend the Liwrenceburg fair. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. &c. Hold Your Orders. A high frame Victor Bicycle, in good I will be better equipped than ever, order, or will exchange.'; for a good, in the Fall, to sell you a suit of J. G Hemphill gentle horse. lpthes, at the lowest prices, guaran Begin Now. hit you pay out for rent is gone teeing a perfect fit I will have Sam- Now is a good time to begin and forever. You can pay the same amount ples from best houses in Louisville, into the Lancaster Building & Loan Chicago, Philadelphia and Buffalo. complete new pavements. The sixty days limit extended by the City Coun Association ana own your home. Try Look before buying. cil is rapidly slipping by. We earnM. D. Hughes, Agent J. C. Hemphill,- - Sec'jA this. estly urge all property owners who have receive.l notice to build side walks to begin the work at once, it must bs done, and nothing is gained by delay. We presume property owners would prefer to build their own walks rather than have the city do it at their (the property owners) expense. l'or Sale Wheel. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Sit. Vernon Suffers. The principal business block at Mf. The Garrard County Teachers' Insti Vernon was destroyed by fire Wednesday night. 'JI13 beat position of the tute convened at the Court Housa on Monday morning, at 10 o'clock, with town went up jn smoke. Prof. W. E. Lumley, of Tennessee, as Instructor. Brick. The meeting was opened with music Ed. A-- Dillehay, agt, of Danville, is prepared to promptly fill orders for and appropriate devotional exercises, paving brick; will sell in Danville at after which the County Superintend at $9.35 ent, Miss Elisa Lusk, made a very nice G.'50 or deliver in Lancaster and appropriate opening address. She vs. per tnousann. was followed by the Instructor, who Old Soldiers, Itemcmkcr. set forth the principal things necessa Tomorrow, Saturday, the G. A. R. ry to a successful and enjoyable Instiwill meet in Masonic Hall to make tute and urged upon the teachers the final arrangments for attending the importance of every one doing his Please duty. great meeting at Cincinnati Mr. K. F. Postel was chosen as Sec be there, comrades, as we must know retary, pro tem and tha following compositively who is going. Jas. Dillon. mittees were appointed: Supper at Hubble. Committee on Program Prof. Lum The Christain church at Hubble will ley, Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mrs. J. A. Amon and Misies Lizzie Tomiinson give a supper at Bright's on Friday night, Aug. 20, for the bene and Mittie Dunn. fit of the church. The charges will on Committee on Resolutions K. F. ly be 25 cents for a good meal. All are Postel, A. F. Caldwell, and Misses invited to be present and enjoy thi oc- Amanda Anderson and EUzi Smith. E. W. Baker was then appointed casion. Mrs. E'iza Engleman Harris permanent secretary, the committee Worse tliau Theft. read the program for the a.ternoon, A man who takes a paper and, when and the meeting adjourned until I:3J sited for what is due on it, tells the o'clock, p. m. postmaster to mark it "refused" is a the Institute At the thief of the worst type. If a party does was called to order and music rendered not want a oaper they should so notify with Miss Addie Burnside at the or the publisher when the time expires gan. and not wait until several dollars are On motion of B. F. Evans, Prof. B. due on it an then try to sneak out of Gowen and Mr. John K. West, were paying for it made honorary members of the Institute, with the privilege of th floor. S2 To Cincinnati and Return. The regular Institute instruction The L. & N. will give a round trip then bean, rate of 2 to Cincinnati Sunday. You that the mind Prof. Lumley showing is the basis of Institute leave Lancaster at 2:51 that morning work as well as school work. He in the Queen City at 7:30. and arrive brought out the following points as You have all day to see the sights and necessary to successful work: First, leave there at 7 p. m., arriving hame Learn the o: at midnight. The Zoo, the Lagoon, Make your mind and the child; Second, mind conduct just such Base Ball and many other attractions as you would have that of the child to will be in full blast A great many be; and, Third, Teach the child to love have signified their intention to take mental work. Prjf. Gowen next gave in the trip. a talk on the five senses by which the child gains knowledge, and was fol For Congress. Since the time and places for hold- - lowed by Prof. C. H. Poage, in a brief ng a convention to nominate a lie- - talk on the same subject. Mr. Postel publican candidate for congress have next gave a talk, showing very clearly been selected, a number of good repub- the importance of cultivating in the licans have requested Mr. Lewis L. mind of the child the power of imag Walker to become a candidate. He is ination. Miss Am tnda Anderson then a brilliant young man and, being rela- presented some good and practical ted to some of the best families in thoughts and methods as to how to Madison couuty, would make it warm cultivate the memory, and was followfor the boys. What say you, Mr. Walk ed by several others who gave various incidentals bearing upon the power er? ind cultivation of the imagination and shool-Uou- tTTEHTIOM HOUSE KEEPE "We S. have received our new line of Fall and "Winter and are now prepared to show you one of the Handsomest lines of Carpets you ever saw AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. We are prepared to make diagrams of your room and have carpets cut and made to fit your room. be e'eaooa o&&oo,o;o &asioo'0ocj J BARGAINS IN lf RUfiS.i We are closing out our line of Spring Carpet yd. lengths. Samples, they are in one and one-haSuitable for Rugs and Strips. "We are selling them cheap. 25, 50,75 and $1.00 For Tlie Sti-ip-. memory. After a recess of fifteen minute?, Mr. Postel introduced the subject of intel lect, and was followed by Prof. Lum ley in an interesting review of the main points of the afternoon's session. ihe p ogram for the following day was read and the meeting adjourned until S:15 on the following morning. TUESDAY. 9:15 o'clock, and was opened with singing. Further devotional exercises were led by Rev. George Clark. On motion of Miss Amanda Ander son, Mrs. Fannie Koehler was excused from the Institute by a unanimous vote of the teachers. The first address of the day was by the Instructor finishing the subjects introduced on the moraine before. Miss Janie Lusk next gave a brief, but pointed talk on the subject of "The Will," showing very clearly that it has much to do with our real charac ter. She was followed by Prof. Lumley, who gave a lengthy exposition of the different phases of the will. After a recess, the suHsct, "The School," was introduced by the In structor, and discussed with a good deal of enthusiasm and interest by the teachers, occupying' the full time up to noon. After the usual opening, the after noon work was begun with the discus sion of "The Teacher his Life. Mo tives, Habits, Character, &c" This was introduced by J. W. Moore and Mrs. Jennie Sutton, who were follow ed by Messrs. Baker, Evans and others, who, showed great interest in the jssLOGAI ading is, by far, the most important of the branches of the Common School course. The program for the next day was then read, and the Institute adjourned to meet again at S:45 i e. t nr orning. To be concluded nest Issne J "otice. DRY GOODS COMPANY Ma, Institute convened at Big Bargains in Shoes. We have begun pur annual Cut Price Sale of Shoes and Oxfords. We have now on tables 125 to 150 pairs Circuit Court Monday. The August term of the Garrard Cir cuit Court convenes Monday. Clerk Hamilton has his work up to the last notch and is ready for the wheels to start grinding, ne gives The Rkcord the following dockets: Fifty-fou- r ap pearances, out of which ten are for di vorce ana six damage suits. On the Commonwealth's docket three are for murder, three for malicious cutting and wounding two for hog stealing, one for housebreaking and the rest for smaller offenses. To sum the whole docket up, they amount to little interest for the public and the "picking" for the lawyers will be decidedly weeks are allowed for holding the term, but not more than half that time will be taken up. short-Three Thsrc will be a meeting of the Gar rard county Republican Committee on Saturday, Aug. 13th, at the law office L. L. Walker, in Lancaster, for the purpose of fixing a time for holding the County Convention to select delegates to attend the Danville District Convention, Aug. 30th, to nominate a candidate for congress in this district All Ihe committeemen will please be present We D. R Collier, Chm. The Sidewalks. stated in our last issue that we Ladies and Childreris Shoes and Slippers worth from $1.50 to $2.50. We are closing these goods out at 25c to $1.25. Get first choice. The Contest. The rain came down in tarrcnts all day Tuesday and at night the heavy clouds and muddy streets kept a great many from attending the declamatory contest at the Court House. Only a small sprinkle of people were present, but they were amply repaid for going. The young men acquitted themselves with great credit and there was much speculation as to the winner. Ihe speakers were Messrs Clay Goodloe, Danyille, O. C Crook, Richmond, Booth Sutton, Win. Marsee, W. L. Kuykendall, Marksbury and Marshall Maupin, Richmond. The pirze, aschol urship in any college he may select, was awarded Mr. Goodloe, of Rich mond. As the proceeds of the enter tainment were to go to the Baptist church it is regretted that the audi ence was so small. The Lancaster Company, All the news coming from Chick' amauga is good as to .the condition of our boys. They are all kept busy drill ing and performing other camp duties and. as they seldom write home, we take it, for granted they have .every thing they want and are contented, to several of them and, with tears in our eyes, pleaded for an occa siorial report from camp, but up to date the epistle has not been forthcoming. Corporal. Henry White did send one letter, bat it got here too late for pub lication that week The Record's stand-bLieut Farra, has given us the shake completely, but a certain youhg'lady has entered into a cons acy with us to steal one of his regular weekly letters to his ".Dearest Dneky Darling", and par raaders may look for an exceedingly interesting' dc neat from Camp Thomas soon. . We-wey, subject After a recess of fifteen minutes, the subjects of Primary Reading, Writing and Spelling, were discussed by E. W. Baker and Miss Amanda Anderson. This was followed bv Miss KnaoD West, on the subject of Oral Reading, and Miss Lizzie Tomiinson on the subjects of District Librarian, Systematic Reading, and the use of newspapers in the school. Quite a number took an active part in the discussion, and many interesting points were present ed. The subject was closed by Prof. Lumley, who showed clearly that Tae level ie the higfcett wkmw Inm. Actl twtimay H tm Ifclrd w. : yda MJm pumitr farther thee ether brmi. Logan & Robinson. J0f iUiUiUlUiUlUiUiiiiUiiilUiiiliiiUJ It POWDER fc would carefully note the progress in repairing and laying new brick sidewalks in town. Since then, we are pleased to say, the improvement has begun. On Richmond street, W. J. Romans and John E. Stormes have put in a stone crossing, Dr. II. C Herring is putting in about 300 feet of stone curbing for a fine brick walk, also two fine stone crossings. Mr. Jas, Dillon has just completed a stone cross ing in front of his place, which is great improvement Near Mr. Dilon's the city is doing some good street work in the way of laying tile and filling in the big hole always there, full of stagnant water and gamboling pigs. The L. & N. officials have instructed their through their attorney, Lewis Walker, to begin and complete without delay, a stone walk from Stanford street, east 500 feet to the railroad crossing. The city will con struck a stone crossing to span Stan ford street from Mr. Joseph's to where the pavement begins. Mayor R. Kin- naird has closed a contract with Mr. Ham Brown to construct about 100 feet of brick pavement in front of his place. W. J. Romans has about completed laying a string of curbing in front of his carriage manufactory, the same to be completed with good, hard pavement brick at once. The street committee on behalf of the city, and Judge Burnside representing the county, are arranging to construct a brick walk from earner of the new workhouse east, to the first alley, crossing the alley. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird will complete it clear through to Campbell St, where the city wiU spin Campbell Sc., with a stone crossing to the pavement on that street It is very gratifying goinjr on.' By to see this improve-Ban- t next week we hope to be able to mention the names: of others falliag into tine improving ineir property wiw goon, ancic wanes. road-maste- r, Explanatory. Capt Mike Salter, first lieutenant and quartermaster of the Louisville Legion, about whom so much has been of said regarding the distribution clothing, is at home on a furlough of twenty days. While he declines to talk about the matter, a Record man succeeded in getting hold of a copy of the report he sent in at Chickamauga. This report covers the case and sets out the facts so fully that we reproduce it verbatim. It shows on its face that no blame can be attached to the captain for the alleged irregularity, though everyone who knows him is satisfied that his conduct was straight and honest in the matter. The follow ing is the report Camp Thomas, Ga. July 23, ?9S. Adj't. Gen'L 1st Army Corps, (Through Military Channels.) Sir: I have the honor to report that I am mable to render my returns as Regimental Quartermaster 1st Ky. Vol. Infantry for the following reasons: It has been and is now the custom for the commanding officer of my regiment to order me to the railway station at Lytle and direct me to remain there during the entire day. Nearly all the clothing drawn by me for the regiment has been opened and distributed to the several companies during my absence and against my repeated protest, and no proper or suitable receipts of any kind have been taken. I have frequently endeavored to obtain proper receipt rolls from company commanders and have appealed to the colonel commanding the regiment to require such rolls to be given me, but without success. Also large quantities of clothing, for which I am accountable, have been left out of doors covered with a tarpaulin and without guard for days at a time, and my requests for a guard to protect this property have been refused by commanding officer. The Regimental quartermaster sergeant is utterly inefficient and my requests lor the appointment of another man in this position have been refused and 1 have not and am not now allowed any other clerical assistance. The regimental quartermaster is also required to perform duty in .the commissary department In view of these facts I request that an inspector hi appointed to examine into this matter with a view of fixing the responsibility for the clothing al ready issued to the regiment Respectfully, Your Obedient Sarvent, Mike Salter, 1st Lt and Rm. Qu. 1st Ky. Inf, While Lieut Salter will say nothin? about the matter, yet the opinion of his friends is .that the whole affair, was cunningly devised for the sole purpose of getttagfcha oat of the Louisville featherbed aggregation. 'While he haa resigned as quartermaster of ffaat regiaeBt, he still holds his commission as irst lieatenant ser-ge- . - It CENTRAL RECORD ;evkey week LOUIS LANDRAX, W. B. Barton sold to Thorap. Hill Mr. Walker bought of Jack Simpson, There was a great deal of horse old corn at SI. 59 per barrel. swapping and cussing indulged in on one pair of mules at $123. Marion Coy, of Kirksville, and Miss jockey street Monday, and about the Messrs. John Walker and J. W. Hill, Pabllsker. usual size court day crowd was in Pattio Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. John went to Mercer county last week and Aldridge, near Lancaster, last week. bought hogs at 4c LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. town. A lare crowd attended the sale of A farmer told me yesterday that ev Miss Erlie Brown, of Waddy, who has ery tree in his apple orchard is full of been visiting relatives here, left Sun Reuben Kinder, decM., Saturday, and $1.00 YXE, IN ADTAKCE the fruit on the west side, while, the day to visit friends in Marksbury and everything sold moJerately well. " SOME MONTHS. rest of the tree is as fruitless as the Beuna Vista. Randolph Harris, of Mike Forbes, of Bourne, is the guest " " your city, and a winsome young lady, of relatives here. Mrs. Lillie Lee Sahara Dessert. of a near by village, were in Buckeye Prewitt, of Kirksville, is the guast of The picnic givan by Mr. and Mrs. last week. J. A. Walker. Richard Mrs. Cronley Broaidus. Misses Nan-ne- e George S. Carpenter in honor of the Burton and Miss Sarah B. Ray, made FRIDAY, August, 12, - 1898 Harris, Bettie Henry and Annie of their little boy, John- a fifth birth-da- y flying visit to Nicholasville, Sunday. Austin, of Lancaster, Missfis Josie Stefrom the ny W., was a hummer, ar.d attended Misses Linda Hendren The number of deserters and Beulah phens, of Crab Orchard, and Mary Fourth regiment at Lexington is on by a large crowd of old and young peo- Finnell, of Kirksville, and Bessie Leavell, of Pleasant Hill, were the ple. The dinner was excellent. Gov. Beadlfi" and Col. Castleman the increase. of Lebanon Junction, are with A good Methodist sister here, with relatives and friends here this week. guests of the Misses Hardin Sunday. have lain aside the bloody pen and Secretary Alger has decided to have R. L Burton and Alex Walker went to peace between them seems assured. the bodies of all the men who died or sanctification proclivities, got to study Mrs. Susan Harris, of Stanford, and Nicholasville Sunday. Mrs W. E. Santiago brought to this ing the Bible closely some time ago grand son. Master Ree, of Indianapo Amon, were killed at of Lincoln county, visited Dr. He has cabled to bantiago and ran across the word "dip" so oft- - lis, were visiting here Saturday and Coi-- W. J. Wilmore, district chair country. she concluded she had not been Sunday. J. E. Dickerson spent two or and Mrs. Amon last week. will man, has issued a call for chairmen of giving orders to that effect. This We have used Chamberlain's Cou?h term is baptized according to Hoyle. Every three days in Beuna Vista, this week. the various counties to meet in Nicho- ha done as soon as the heated time she took a drink of water the J. W. Ramsey, o! near Crab Orchard, Remedy in our home for many years lasville, Monday, the 15th, to select a past. and bear cheerful Important plans are being formulat dipper reminded her of the word "Jip." was here this week. Clay B'.akeman ue as a medicine testimony to its val time and place for nominating' a re which should be in for congress. Nich ed at Chick amauga for the health of so boarding the train she betook her is at the Springs in Martinville, Ind., every family. In coughs and publican candidate colds we Chicago and to be treated for rheumatism, and found it to be efficacions Danville both want the the camp. Rigid regulations will be self to the great city of olasville and and in croup R. S. Brown, of disposition of garbage finding a preacher skilled in "dipping," stomach trouble. enforced as to meeting. and hooping cough in children we and the preparation ot food. All drink she was by him put clean out of sight Waddy, was here Monday and Tues deem it indispensable. H. P. Ritter, day. Marshall Davis, of Ambrose, and to Porto Bico are ing water is to be boiled. Board floors under water three times The soldiers sent 4127 Fairflaxave., St Louis, Ma For having a regular picnic. The natives will be placed in tents and the efficars and returned to have a few friendly Miss Emma Spence, of Nicholasville, sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm run out and meet them afar off, throw are arranging lor practice marcnes. scraps with her brethren and sisters and Miss Wheeler, of Cincinnati, were for her new fangled idea. the guests of Miss Hattie Jones, the their arms about them and kiss them There is a report in official circles MARKSBURY. There is certain to be no hitch in the first of this week. The polite and at This is the kind of service the politician-- that orders have already been sent to soldiers should be given. Its. no Maj. Gen. Lee, at Jacksonville, to pre- - tight rope performance advertised to tentive young widower, of' Nicholas Mason Pollard is quite sick at this wonder the "Rough Riders" made a nire his forces for an early move to take place here on the 18th, and the ville, who frequently visits this place, writing. was again in our midst Sunday. We long, loud kick to be sent there. J. H. Parks sold to F. W. Parks, 5 Havana. It is the opinion of many of negro who murdered the the best posted ones that Gen. Lee will, boy at Crab Orchard will pay the pen are somewhat uneasy, for fear we will hogs at 2 per pound. alty of his atrocious crime. In the last lose one of our best girls. H. D. Aldridge sold to B. F. Robin It is reported that extreme diplo after the occupation of Cuba, be ap forty-fiv- e years or more there have You invite disappointment when you son some butcher stuff at 3c per lb . matic tension exists between Great pointed military governor. It is exthree hangings according liritain and Russia. Queen Vic has pected that Col. Wm. J. Bryan's regi been only evidence in Lincoln, and of experiment DeWitt's Little Early Ri- also 11 sheep to C. A. Robinson for to law and hhown, by her actions, in our present mcnt will go to Cuba with Lee. sers are pleasant, easy, thorough little 1.75 per head. course all were negroes, une oi tue troubles that she would have taken Four columuns of the American army threa serious'.y wounded the late Levi pills. They cure constipation and t c M. G. Aldridge and son, Joe, of Brod-heanur part, and if she gets into a scrap are now advancing through Porto Rico headache just as sure as you take are here on business. Mrs, Robt any other foreign pow toward San Jaun, driving the Spanish Hubble, was tried, convicted and exe them. Stormes Drue Store. with Russia, or lm Humphreys, after spending several Sam will forces ahead of them. Gen. Henry i: cuted about 38 years ago, or longer. er, it is safe to say Uncle weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. then. Middleton take a hand and a half in the matter. proceeding direct to Arecebo, Gen Harry Rowsey, onewas sheriff brothWALLACETON. J. C. Boner, returned to her home, of the seven The American people are the most Schwan is moving by another route, Jasper Friday. Miss Fairy Ham, grateful on the globe, and they will al Gen. Wilson is proceeding along the ers who died ith their boots on in Wm. Watson, who went to Bell coun and Sam Long, are guests of Madison, of Mr. and ways remember the Queen for the pats main military road, and Gen. Brooke is this county, was taken from the jail ty some weeks ago to seek his fortune, Mrs. Wm. Long. Miss Nannie McCar-leon the back she has recently given oroceedinff from Guavama toward here and hung by a mob about 34 years has come back. Of course he has. of Upper Garrard, visited Miss ago. A mob about 300 strong hung a them. Cavev. where he will also reached tho Your correspondent from here is at Jennie Perkins, last week. Miss Bes four years ago The navy is pre negro near McKinney main millitary road. tending the Teachers' Institute this sie Bullock, after a pleasant visit to Some officer, greatly lacking in dis- paring to shift its base to the north for assaulting a little white girL A week and hence Wallaceton may be Miss Mary Rout, returned to her home hanciner in Kentucky every day for cretion, gave to a newspaper man the side of the island to be ready to in Shelbyville, Wednesday. Mr. Toid the next century would not be too ma- short this issue. report of the unhealthy and danger erate in the attack on San Juan. James W. Wallace delivered a small Scott and bride, nee Miss Alice Rout, ny to atone for the murders, seduc ous sanitary condition at Santiago, A Chickamauga special says the bovs and, of course, the enemy got hold of of the Second Kentucky will in all tions and assaults recounted in the pa- bunch of lambs a few days ago, aver returned from their bridal tour Satur aging 102 pounds, at 4 cents per day. Mrs. Sparks, of Hickman, has pers daily. Think of it, seventy-sidelay in the Span it. If there is much probability break camp during the pound. been visiting her sister, Mrs. Isa Kem iards accepting the terms of peace it present week and go on a practice murders in Louisville alone in the last Bailey Collins, whose son died of ty per. Rev. J. G Mays, of Georgia, vis will be solely because they know our march to some point yet to be decided 24 months, resulting in only twelve Rev. W. M. Kuykendall, and men cannot stay in Cuba. The Smart upon by CoL Gaither. 2 he present convections to short sentences in the phoid fever a short time ago, is very ited The lawlessness cited low with the same disease, and at preached at the Fork Sunday. He is Alex who gave out the information plan is for the boys to go on a seven penitentiary. colporteur for the Southern Bapliit ought to be pitched into the sea. The days' march, but CoL Gaither is using in that city prevails throughout the present is not expected to recover. Miss Elsie lirown, of Waddy, is visit reports do not say who is to blame for all of his efforts to obtain permission state. Rev. Talking Tom Eaton says if Wm. Wilson, one of the boys of the ing her the foolish break, but it looks very to co on a thirty days' march. If he he had $1,000,000 he could with impuni gallant 6th Infantry, is here on a 03 vicinity. former school mates in this much like the work of an Alex about succeeds in having his desire gratified ty kill any fellow in Kentucky and go days furlough. Billy says his part in the calibre of Roosevelt, or some of he will march the boys back to old free. Such is a lamentable fact. Crime the Santiago fight was tough, and More than twenty million free sam the other tin "soldiers" who are bent Kentucky. If he fails to secure the does indeed ride a high horse now-- a rather "skeery," as one man was kill pies of DeWitt's Witch Hazjl Salve days. In Louisville alone, in the last ed on his right, nave Deen aistriontea Dy the manu on keeping in with the reporters. another shot on his thirty days' march the regiment will twenty-fou- r months there have been left, while three bullets passed thro' facturers. What better proof of their probably go to Dayton, Tenn., which seventy-sevemurders, resulting confidence in it's merits do you want? his own clothes. He has also had Judge George Davison has not as place the colonel now has in view and Intention of again be the boys are greatly pleased over only twelve convictions to short terms seige with fever, and that followed by It cure3 piles, burns, scalds, sores, yet signified his in the pen. The number of rapes and an attack of rheumatism; until now he the shortest space of time. Stormes iuer a candidate for congress. He does the idea of going on a march, as it will seductions in the Falls City in that looks almost like a . lm walking skeleton. Drug Store. not seem inclined to make the race. relieve the monotony of the present time is not stated. The lawlessness in but the party leaders are urging him camp life. They hope the regiment Louisville prevails throughout the Yet. not only his wife, but his score of The Olrly Girl. to again shy his castor. As what the will obtain permission from the war state, and efforts to check such a tide friends here think he looks nobler, if The girly girl is the truest girl. She not more handsome than before, and bosses want generally goes, it may be department to go back to Kentucky, are far from being equal to the emer fondly hope that before his furlough is what she seems, and not a sham and safe to say the grey gelding will be in as they would then have a chance of a pretense. The slangly girl has gency. With the long procession of the race again. Some folks are inclin seeing home and they are confident murderers, seducers and rapists going expires he may receive an honorable hard job of it not to forget her charac discharge, which he surely deserves. ed to run the judge down and say he that they would have a royal good ter. The boy girl and the rapid girl is not amazing that the was a failure because he was not al time during the visit It will probab unpunished, it "When You Take Your Vacation are likewise wearers of masks. The the world very properly looks ways sawing the air and making win ly bj definitely decided within the rest of Kentucky upon as "The Dark and the most necessary article to have with girly girl never bothers about woman dy speeches. In acting in a dignified next day or two where the regiment Bloody you (after your pocket book) is a bot rights and woman wrongs. She is Ground." manner and notcrowding himself con will go. tle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an ab girl and glad of it She would not be One of the most distinguished and t nually to the front he displayed much When you call lor DeWitt's Witch boy and grow up into a man and sjund sense. Qhe average congress "fabricating" visitors we will have solute prevention or cure of all de a to war and puzzle her Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't here at the hanging on the 18th, will rangements of the bowls caused by a vote and gostocks man is continually jumping up in the accept anything brain about else. Djn't be talked be CoL John G. for a kingdom. She Pulliam, of the Har change of water. You are likely to house and the result is that at the end into accepting a substitute, for piles, rodsburg Democrat, Cincinnati En- need it lm knows nothing about business and of the session they have only succeed does not want to know anything about for sores, for burns. Stormes Drug ed in making a reputation for showing quirer, and in fact, he represents Store. lm about a third of the papers in Ken it Her aim is to marry some good HUBBLE. the seat of his breeches. fellow and m ike him a good wife, and tucky. Ihe way that fellow can paint SWEENEY. she generally succeeds in doing both. The sick are improving. a story is a plenty, as well as intense Spain's answer to MeKinlev's terms Price Sutton and wife spent Satur- She delights in dress and everything Sretaav. Jim and Frank Thompson have re ly interesting. of peace has been returned. She ac day and Sunday with Mrs. Alexander. that is pretty and is iTot ashamed to ccpts all the terms proposed by the turned from the mountains. Misses Mary King, of Bryantsville, own up that she does. She is pleased PAINT LICK. Holtzclaw Bros, delivered a bunch of United States, but in doing so she and Neview, of Richmond, wore the when she is admired and lets you see makes 'certain representations, espec hogs to Wm. Hiatt, of Lincoln, at 3 2 John Reid sold 500 bushels of guests of Miss Lela Robertson list that she is. She is feminine from the ial'y regarding Cuba, which are not cants per pound. week. Ed White and wife, and Robt. top of her head to tho ends of her toes entirely acceptable to the President. O. H. Anderson, who has been quite wheat to Jack Adams at fifty cents per White and wife, returned home Thurs- and if you try to draw her into the The reply also broaches matters that sick, we are glad to say is much bet bushel. discussion of dry themes she tells you are to be considered by the peace com ter at this writing. Gabe Salter bought of Dr. B. Ram day, after a pleasant visit to Wilmore. plainly that the conversation does not Miss Emma Johnson, of Nicholasville, is understood that these mission, but it c Pascal P. Dishon has been very sick sey one nice 700 lb. heifer, at 3 is the guest of Mrs. E. T. Minor. Mrs. suit ber. She is the personification of representations do not impose condi with fever, but is much improved at per pound. Swinebroad left Sunday for Crab Or- frankness. There is not a particle of ttons and do not affect the definite ac this writing. His brother George is Walker Lyons, of Lincoln county chard Springs. Jim Griffin and wife, humbug in her composition. Here is ceptance of the terms proposed by the also very sick. was in this neighborhood last week. two daughters and son, of Lexington, health to the girly girl! May her num United States. The outlook for peace Any one finding a ten dollar bill buying stock, are visiting relatives and friends in ber never grow less. Ex. is exceedingly bright, but the matter Dangerous Drinking Water. Mr. Hudson, of Louisville, bought a this vicinity. between Crab Orchard toll gate and Owsley Carmon, of of disposing of the Philippines, get Death lurks in impure Water. It last Chickamauga, is home on a furlough. ting the Spaniards out of Cuba and Lancaster, or on Stanford and Lancas car load of mules at this place115 to He says most all of the soldiers are breeds diseases often in epidemic form Porto Rico and other complications, ter pike, will please leave it at this of week at prices ranging from The first symptom is looseness of the $130 per head. down with fever. will consume many weeks. The gen fice and receive reward. We are glad to note that there is Rev. B. Crumpton, general agent of A stubborn cough or tickling in the bowels. These diseases are checked eral impression is that all will be ac lm complished successfully, and no more quite an interesting Sunday school Georgetown College, preached at Mt throat yields to Oae minute Cough by taking Foley's Colic Cure. biing held at Beazley school house Tabor church Tuesday: Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the trouble will be had. every Sunday afternoon, and also Protracted meeting will begin at right spot, reliable and just what is every Granny Alger, lin Soldier prayer meeting come Tuesday night. New Hope church Sunday 14th. Mr. wanted. It acts at once. Stormes I lUniVl Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu Old Wc want all to and help along a Echols will conduct the meeting. Drug Store. lm matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents Sh after, Feather lied Roosevelt and good cause. E. L. Woods shipped last week 430 n officers, several other Mrs. Booth Thompson and sister, sheep and lambs, and 70 cattle. He are waring among themselves and an of Detroit,- - Michigan h is bought within the last few days noying the public over who is to blame Mrs. Wilsey, for the many blunders and oversights were visiting relatives near Preach' 100 cattle, paying from 3 to 4c per lb. at the Santiago battles. All of these ersville, last week. Misses Sadie Tur We are glad to note that Mrs. W. S. mea are working solely to make politi ner, of Middlesboro, and Ophelia Wal Fish, who has been confined to her of Lancaster, two very charming cal capital and the boys in the trench ker, bed fer the past three weeks with fe es, who did the fighting and won the young ladies, were visiting Miss Fan' ver, is convalescing. victory, are left in Cuba to suffer from nie Austin, last week. Mrs. J. F. David hunger and die of fever. Had those in Smith, of Crab Orchard, is visiting her Sunday Hervey lost his valuable pony iright while at church. It is charge been serving from patriotic mo mother, Mrs. Belle Justin, this week. tives the army would have been led Mrs. Eliza Holtzclaw has returned to supposed he was ridden off by some weary pedestrian, who prefered riding irto the battle in a military manner, her home near Lancaster, after to walking. The pony was found rcciivea proper attention ana now pleasant visit with friends of this been back on American soil. But Al place. She is our very popular toll Monday, however, greatly to Dave's gate Keeper, a charming young widow delight per, and the other political Miss Bettie Francis returned from ers, hav2 had their brains so busy stu- who all admire very much. Miss Rho Chautauqua, Friday night, and dying ways by which they can receive da White, of Mt. Vernon, enjoyed personal glory from the war, that the" pleasant visit with friends and rela ports a most delightful trip. She be army has been left to exist in the best tives of this vicinity. Misses Jennie gan teaching the public school at this way it could. A controversy is now on and Dorcas Anderson are .attending place Monday, with an enrollment of fifty pupils. Miss Mattie Thompson, between Alger and Roosevelt as to the the Institute in Lancaster. part some volunteers took in the fights. About one month ago my child, of Lancaster, is the charming guest of The first reports baid the regulars did which is fifteen months old, had an at- Misses Mary and Alma Lear. Miss all the fighting, and, as there had been tack of diarrhoea accompanied by Margaret Wilmore, of Kirksville,spent so time then in which to sugar the re- vomiting. I gave it such remedies as Sunday with Miss Fannie Parks. Mess. turns, these were doubtless correct. are usually given in such cases, but T. a Scott and J. G. Baker, of Burks-villSince the battles, the politicians and as nothing gave relief, we seat for a are visiting Thos. Ramsey. W. schemers have had a chance to study physician and it was under his care for G. 'ludor left Tuesday to visit his out and patch up reports, and in a a we ik. At this time the child had brother at New Florence, Mo He will BURNSIDE, KY., 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 8th, short time we may look for some of bien sick for about ten days and was be absent about two months. Messrs. the politicians having licked the Dons having about twenty-fiv- e operations of Francis and John Burnsides are visitFull Faculty of five Experienced teachers. Alt College graduates all by their sweet selves. The final the bowls every twelve hours, and we ing in Corbin. Enrollment last year 105. Excellent Courses offered in Latin, Greek, reports wiil say the regulars were were convinced that unless it soon obFor broken surfaces, sores, insect clear out of the fighting and the poli- tained relief it would not live. Ch bites, barns, skin diseases and especi- German, French, English, Mathematics, Science, History, Music, Ora Colic, Cholera and ticians whipped the entire Spanish ar- Remedy was recommended, Diarrhoea ally piles there is one reliable remedy, tory and Physical Culture. TERMS, moderate. BOARDING DEand I demy. Isn't such rot disjusting? Poli- cided to try it. I soon noticed a change Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve. When for the better; by its continued use a you call Tor DeWitt's don't accept PARTMENT all that could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience. ticians in war, politicians in churches, politicians in society, politicians eve- complete enre was brought about and counterfeits or Jf rands. Ton will not For, particulars and catalogue address the Principal, it is now perfectly healthy. C. L. rywhere, except in bell, where they Bogie. Stump towa. Glister Co., W. Vs. be disappointed with DeWitt'a Wite i belosg. For sale by JL E. McBobertt. lm Basel Salve. Stormes Drug Store. Ira bt The War. STANFORD. BUCKEYE. MoCREARY. Red Hot Bargains T3 Bias Grass tasr? THIS WEIEIK. Do not fail to give them a call, for no one can and will not duplicate their prices. Van-arsda- Following are a few prices for this week. 4c per box. Star scrubbing lye Best lump3tarcli 4c per lb. Ivory soap 4c a cake. Clothespins lcadoz. Every thing else as cheap in proportion. BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. st EPH. P. BROWN. 100000000 E.W. Lillard. Mgr. 000000; B.Siout. X J110. m ' Lillard & OlOUZ, eADINGQ RUGGISTSQ Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. DAIMVILLE, KENTUCKY. :- y, -: co-o- p 9 mm mm mm mm mm oooooo BANK ( x 2 4 ORGANIZED 1883. THE PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, U Or LAHOASTEB. TY. L CAPITAL $300,000.00 Capital, Surplus Fund $100,000 15,000 -- OF SURPLUS. J65.00o.00. BUSINESS SOLICITED. LANCASTER, KY. President A.R.DXSNY. President. Jno. E. Stobmes, Vice President. Wk. H. Kinnaikd, Cashier. Careful and Prompt AtteatloH Guaranteed J. H. HieeiNBOTHAM n Lxwis Y. LXATSLL. B. F. Hudson W. O. Eioszt Cashier Assistant Cash'r Bookkeeper C. D. Wxlxxb 8. C.Dxnnt, Assistant Cash'r. B. T. Embbt J. F. Robinson. Jb, Ass't DIRECTOB3: J.M.HlQOINBOTHAM, J. S. Johnson, Y.LXAVKL, DIRECTORS "Sam'l. D.Cochran, T. JI.Abnold, H.C.Arnold, Jb. ILXZ.GIBBS, B.F.Hcdson. J.J.WAXJUCB Jacob Y. Bobinson. J as Spllman, A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes. reooeooooccooti Danville, Ky. CALDWELL & LANIER SHOES. PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. O-A-XjILi 4 OUST TTS TIfcTTIVIKiS andTAMSES. WE WANT TO SEE YOU Whethor Ynn Rnv fir Nnf 'OOOOOOOOOOOO! FIBS Schools Books Old books taken in exchange. ail LIFE fflSIIMCK PLEASE REMEMBER. I again appeal to those indebted me to come forward and SPRBGFTELD FIEE AMD MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO settle their OP NEW YORK. accounts. To save farther trouble, come at once. My accounts are due and must be settled. I don't want to give my accounts to an officer. MISS SALL1E T1LLETT. Robinson & Hamilton Agts LAXCA3T3B. Office over Post Office. :: : Kentucky i pot-hu- McRoberts' Drug Store. KENTUCKY I HEW LIVERY. ft out pain. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. Office over J. K. Haselden'a hardware store, nest to Coort Bouse, Lancaster. Ky. "JS. BEAZIiEY, DENTIST. Teeth filled and extracted with e, have purchased the waiKer stable and am prepared to furnish the I i Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given. Commercial Travelers. Far the speedy and permanent enreof" tetter, salt rneam and eczema. tJnam jterlain's Eye aad Skia Ointment i ' without aa equal. It relieves the itcit iBg and smarting almost; instantly ana care . It also cares itch , barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles. chapped bands, chroaie sore eyes aad granulated lids. flaws CsaU lWsn for i fie rses areitfcebsttonic. blood partner udTermifM. Files, Si carts- - Sold by McRoberts, Drsfgist, Lancaster i- Skin Disease continued mse effects iits a permanent BICE BENGE. james c. dolLev, n. Bring u Printing your Job it ?w-u-- 4 ,tefa..r. - ri ih - - rf- :r - iltfiiWiYrl' TRUTH IS THE MIST T Many economise it as much, as they do the Almighty Dollar. Ore. WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Txxrue& Toll Sabred lO OFFERED. NEVEE AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE Some of our 12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for $1 0. Fine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Fine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. IfcTZD J. L. Frohman &Co, WONDERFUL, week. THE GLOBE 136, Telephone His wife, who had been there more birthdays. Iiourboii Steam Miss Nannee Harris has returned from a visit to relatives in Buckeye. Miss Katie Hood, of Junction City, is visiting her auut, Misi Emma Hcod. Miss Emma Sopsr has returned from a visit to her parents near Paint Lick. Miss Lizzie Thompson aud Mr. Wm. E nbry visited Huslouville this week. Mrs. Oicar Tillett, of Flemingsburg, is tlu guest of Mrs. Raj'ioond Hasoi-de- PEESSIiTG-- . Danville, Ky, (j ARE THE MOST FATAL OF ALL DSS- - CLEJ.JJIXO- SJ1LE. - Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the attending a house party given by Mrs. Chas. Frisby has returned from a Pace, returned home with him. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your ylsitto Minneapolis, Minu. orders at Sweeney's store. tf Joe B. Hascldcn has returned from Mr. Harry Anderson gave an enjoyaa trip to the mountains and Dripping ble hayride Wendesday evening. Notice to Prohibitionists. Always this time of the year my desire is to get rid of all the goods in my line whether I get cost or not and my customers always reap a great "benefit. This time my bargains will "be so linery line go in this EVER, GREATERtheTHAN goods in the milCream, All first coming will get "sale. MRS. MOOIY HARDEN. of . u a is. CENTRAL RECORD. FIUTAY, August 12, - - 1898 i. hi. are Mr-E- i Gaine- -' Springs. Joe has swung his law shin gle in Lancaster and deserves success. Misses Mariannie Wilmore and Mary Welch, two charm. ng young ladies, of sNicholaaville, are guests of Mrs. John E. Stormes, on Richmond streeL Misses Bessie Turley and Stellx Ad ams, two nxnmona D3.iut.ies, nave returned home, aftur a visit to friends and relatives iu and about Lancaster. Miss Altie Marksbury, Messrs Hugh Logan. John Lear, G. B. Swinebroad, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landram formed a party to Crab Orchard Springs this week. n. There will be a mass Convention of the Prohibition ists of the 8th Congressional District, held at the Court House in N'.elnlasville, on Monday August 15th 2 o'clock p. m. Officers will be clectel, and a candidate for Congress placed in nomination. Any aud every "party proh.bition'st in tl.e D 'strict is authorized to attend as a delegate. lly order of the Executive Com. O. T. Wallace. 3t Julv 20th 1SJS. "Woman. Fair "Woman. There are women who are comely, there are women who homely, though be careful how the latter thiug you say; there are women who arc wealthy, tlurj are women who are healthy, there are women who will always have their way. There are women who are truthful, there are women who are youthful was there cyer any woman who was old? There are women who siinted, there arc women who are painted, there are woman who are worth their weight in gold. There are women who are tender, thera are wo rn sn who are slender, there are women who are large and fat and red; there are women who are married, there are women who have tarried, there are women who are talkless but they're dead. Ex. One Minute Cough Cure surprises people by its quick cures aud children may take it in large quantities with out the least d inger. It has won for itself the best reputation of any prepfor colds, croup, aration us.'d tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs. Stormes Drug Store. lm y M FOLEY'S SODiyEY Jll KM CUE II is a guaranteed remedy for all KiDNEY and flk BLADDER Diseases. Rll Miss Annie Royston returned Friday son's guests. Miss Nellie Fay and Master Clyde Miss Mary 2vor.l is visiting her aunt, Fox returned from a visit to relatives Mrs. J. M. Iliatt in Watayua. Mr. Will Ward was in Winchester Mrs? Ban Hughes has returned to on business this week. Marksbury after a week's visit to Mrs Miss Mattie Thompson is visiting Edwin Arnold. friends near Paint Lick. Niss Bessie Baughman, a popular Mrs. Mattie Walker, who has been Richmond belle, has been visiting Mrs. 12. W. Morrow. quite sick, is some better. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dudderar, of Dud- Miss Eliza Phelps has been visiting derar, were yisiting Win. and Victor her csusin, Mrs. C M. Norris. Laar last week. Col. L F. Hubble has returned from Mrs. Wm. Marrs, and Allie Anderson a business trip to Frank.'ort. are spending several weeks at. Crab Miss Eva Grant, of Danville, is the Orchard Springs. guest of relatives in this city. Misses Nellie and Maria Griffin, of II. M. Ilallou has returned from a Frankfort, ar.i visiting their aunt, Mrs. Geo. Smith. week's visit to Point Burnside. Mrs. H. C Herring and daughter. Miss Kate Embry, of Lexington, is Miss Annie Loyd, spent last week at visiting Miss Allerta Anderson. Dripping Springs. Miss Mary Beazley, of Stanford, has Attorney Lewis Walker has been in been visiting Miss Alice Hudson. Louisville this week looking after Mrs. Jacob Joseph aud children are some law business. visiting her parents in Eaton, Ohio. Miss Ella McKay and Mr. S'.g Perrin Misses Elkin and Hughes, of Stanwere married Wednesday at Stanford ford, are visiting Miss Mae Hughes. by Rev. Geo. Gowen. Mrs. Jas. Dillou visited her sister, Katie Davis, a pretty little lady of .Mrs. Nevius, in Stanford this week. Richmond, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs Miss Bettie Miller and Willie Fox Harrison Thurmond. Logan are among the sick this week. Miss Jennie Duncan has returned Mrs. Butler Fox and children have from a visit to her brother, Capt. Sam Duncan, at Chickamauga. returned from a visit to Winchester. Misses Irene Romans and Nellie Fox Mr. Clarence Anthony, of Cincinnati, has been Miss Mary Uurnside's guest. entertainel a number of their little friends Monday evening. Mrs. Cleo Brown, of ML Vernon, is Gov. W. 0- - Bradley was here a few visiting Mr. and Mrs. Breathitt Brown. hours last week looking after his resMrs. G. S. Gaines and daughter, Miss idence and other property. Julia Mae, have returned from LexingMrs. Liziie Adams has arrived from ton. Texas and will spend the winter with Miss Bessie Burnside will go to Crab her brother, Mr. Jesse Djty. Orchard Springs today for a week's Miss Hattie Arnold returned home stay. Saturday after a pleasant visit to Miss Jane Lusk, of Paint Lick, is at- friands and relatives in Buckeye. tending the teacher's Inst.tute this Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Denman and litweek. tle daughter, Francis Lee, of Nicholas-vilarc guests of Mrs Alex West Mrs. G. M. Patterson left on Monday for a month visit with relatives in IlHon. Sam Stone and family passed linois. through town Monday en route from Mrs. W. J. Lindram, who was quite Crab Orchard Springs to Richmond. ill first of the week, is very much imMrs. Mary Beazley and diughter, proved. Miss Lizzie, of Crab Orchard, haye been Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson has return- visiting Dr. and Mrs. Walter Beazley. ed from a week's stay at Crab Orchard Miss Scotie Petty, the popular clerk Springs. is spendin Logan's Dry Goods Hou-eProf. Kenneth Postle and brother, ing a week's vacation in upper Garrard. Missei Dixie Kemper, of Mark&bury, Sedie Menzics, of Louisana, were Mrs. Ophelia Dunn's visitor j the first of the week. Mr. Tom Arnold and sister. Miss S of Richmond, have been the guests of his cousins, MissesJennie and Lucy Arnold. Mr. George D. Robinson, of the hust ling firm of Logau & R. Vinson, Has S$J been con tinea to his room by illness NOW OPEN. K 23 this week. 23 Master Tommie Yantis and little s'stcr, Bessie Dudderar, of Winchester, RESTFUL flfl spent last week with Bessie Mae and M . Sue Anna Lear. Misses Van Greenleaf and Mis MaA3 MUSIC. CM ry Shackelford, of Richmond, are bej5 AMTTSWMRKTfi ing entertained by Miss Louise Kauff-maGOOD LIVING.I this week. Miss Knapp West has returned from QpFsr terms address a visit to her brother .in Washington. was cciompanioi home si Gu Hofmann, Frop'r.j Shenephew, Robert West by her little Butler Fox was hi Winchester last l, I PERSONAL. 1 We notice in the Nicholasville papers is Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson have quite ill of apendecitis. His legion of been Misses L:.zzie and Mattie Thomp- friends over here hope for his speed from a three week's stay at L ike a. that our good friend, Fred Sears, recovery. The town has been full of pretty school teachers this week attending the institute. A handsomor or more polished lot newr wcilded a peach tree switch. Miss Bettie Arnold will join her cousin, Miss Maude Best, at Stanford Saturday and from there they wiL go to Jellico to visit their aunt, Miss Paulyne Arnold. The Sixth Cavalry has been ordered from Santiago to Long Island, near New York, and the probabilities are that Will Dunlap, of this city, is now oa his way there. Mr. J. Nathan Elliott has been elected professor of Latin and elocution in Woodland College, Independence, Mo., and will assume his new duties in September. MayfiilJ Monitor. Messr?. Herbert Kinnaird, Fred Friibie, Frank Marksbury, Owen Homer Batson, Mr. and Mrs. Cabel Denny attended the Governor's Ball at Crab Orchard Thursday evening. A pretty girl baby was born to the wife of Mr. Will Walker a few days since. We regret to say Mrs. Walker remains quite ill. She is at the home of her father, Mr. Marshal Eason, on Richmond street A handsome biby boy has made his appearance at Mr. Will R. Cook's and has been named Owsley Letcher, in honor if relatives of his charming mother. U's uncle, Letcher Owsley, says he has a regular convention voice and looks every inch a democratic politician. We understand "Peaches" Burdett, an old Lancaster boy, is now in Washington working in one of the departments. Previous reports had him quite ill and the good news from "Peaches" is quite welcome to his many friends here. The Middlesboro Record says Kee Kinnaird was severly bitten on the right hand last week by a spider, and sufferel intense pain from it for several days. Through tender and careful treatment his hand has been restored to it's normal sizs and in a few days will have the full use of it The editor of this papar was in Richmond a short while this week and was the recipient of mighty good treatment at the hands of Mr. John S. Marrs who is day clerk at Hotel Glyndon. John is a good hotel man and quite popular with the traveling public. He has a good position and is alway i glad to see friends from this, his native town. The Louisville Times sp;aks as fol lows of a recent, popular visitor to Lancaster friends: "Miss Bettye John son, a member of the prominent Hen derson family, is the guest of Miss Madison Bell, of 1043 Second streeL e Miss Bell gave a in honor of her visitor this week. A supper fol lowed the ride. Miss Johnson is one jbf the prettiest and most charming visitors in Louisville at present. She has been visiting in the Bluegrass." Shu-gar- s, hay-rid- Mrs. Bettie Denny has relumed from several month's visit to Mrs Roland, at Pjiut Burnside. Mr. Scrater, a prominent hemp man of Cincinnati, visited Mr. II. A. B. Marksbury Wendesday. Mrs. Margaret Gill gave an elegant tea Wendesbay evening in honor o: Mrs Jennie Eastman, of Columbus, O.iio. Tho Gentry n. SOLID SILVER TAIL! WE EE FREE The Gentry at Crab Orch ard Springs brought more people to the famous "Saratoga of the South" than has been gathered there at any time for ma'ty years. A fair estimate places the number last week at six hundred Gentrys and the regular guests. Every available room was occupied and the three immense buildings taxed to their utmost Mine Host, e Hofmann is entitled to for the splendid manner in which he entertained the crowd and the resolutions published below show how the people appreciated his efforts. The Gentry's Uayj be.'n returning home all this week and there is now ample room at the springs to accommodate all who desire to make a visit to the lowly resort The Gentry resolotions were as follows: Whereas, the first union of the Gentry la nily has been held at Crab Orchard Springs, and the Gentry's from several states are about to leave for their homes, therefore be that we, as a family, extend to Gen. V. H. Gentry especially, and his able assistants, our heartfelt thanks for the manner in which they have carried out their plans to malie this first union a grand success. Furthermore be it Resolved, that we extend to his beloved wife and sons, and Mr. Matt Oliver especially, our gratitude for the excellent music rendered, and last, but not least, we wish to thank the young ladies, Misses Martin and Baker for their beautiful tongs. We furtherin the more feel grateful to everj-ongrand old state of Kentucky for their open hospitality, and those of us from Missouri (where the next meeting will be held) hope to repay, with interest, for the excellent manner in which we have been entertained. To Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hofmann, our host and hostess, too much cannot be said in their praise. They looked af ter our every want and we hope that all of us may again partake of their hospstality. great-praise We have received an m like of mmm OF SILVERWARE and give a ticket with each purchase of goods. A certain number of these tickets entitles you to A PIECE FREE. CALL AND LET US EXPLAIN. P3atafaKf,UB,AN TEA cares Dyspep-- 3 S!4a55vl v &ia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. J W. SWEENEY. 1 KKtCHTS OF PYTHIAS j W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & j I Gulley. First-Cla- s i iItFt LIVERY STABLE. I I ffin A FFFfr AMERICAN HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES-- I SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally invi6. B. SWIXEBROAD, C.C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. ALL WOMEN "U1U Field Fencing. fence that always keeps its shape because it's built that way Nothing b'.it larqe size licavily galvanized wire made of brst Bessemex steel i fed in its con. Itiuction same in all the so different styles made turns al Hinds ofstcck and lcaes the stock unharmed while the fence standi iliuug and sturdy. ' GhouM l:nov.- tho 'lli le' Kei:it..;y, tt TRAVELING MEN fp THIS hinge-joi- SVifiS ALL WOMEN $JlNE-TENT- makes an ad- justable fence and pre from vents stay bending . HOW a Roaster Frse. To Obtain off all the pain ar.dsicknessfrom which women suffer is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of rimD makes as ticht a "jiifffinsurKmera-iiwin- - THAT and prevents stay rom being displaced. 1 t, ; v There's no fence that excels and few, if any, as good. Manufactured by AND WIRE CO., PITTSBURG, PA. rOR SALC Trtr-- menstruation. always! when a woman i3 not well these organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick. Nearly mm IRICAN STEEL ut txrrt for rsc:;7rEoyi Corrects nil tkea Snr' !s.;eFit.fcaritl I'iora sjtrcr? -- t. 1 Ir'" lenicii. lvo stootl 1 ha it ror i -- eaty y o.irs. !' rr.'y b KewScn.'cr'IedirtMCu., CsX- JL J.C.Robinson, Lancaster. For sale by E McRoljerts.Lancastar. Crab MmM m Orchard Call at my store and we will explain Talk about cheap goods, when you buy of me von know von buv the best. We allow uo one to undersell us ou same grade of goods it we lena money we want interest, ix we exchange goods for dollars, wo want a very small margin. Buy of us ana get pure groceries Springs. y as""?. S n j Tuesday was Mrs. Susan Anderson's CHEAP JOHNNIES. birthday and some of her relatives planned an agreeable surprise for her. About ten o'clock Call ana Enjoy a Pleasant Chat. they began to arrive and each brcujht a big basket of good things to eat A Pleased to see you. table was' spread and never was a better dinner than the one they all sat NO WORRY HERE. down to. Aunt Susan is one of the in thi town and everybest woman body is her friend. The wish of all Sa that she may be spared to see roaay seventy-seventh , DO NOT RUN AFTER THE Is nature's provision for the regulation of the menstrual function. . It cures all " female troubles." It la equally effective for the girl in her teens, the young wife with domestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the " Change of Life." They all need it. They an afl benefitted by It Tor advice In cues requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms., tho "Ladles' Advisory Department." The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chitta-aeoTenn. THOS. J. COOPER, Tuptto, MM., MrfM My sitter taferetf from very Irrtfatar NVHi " u4 painful neMtantton aaaf doctors CarM M4d nat reHev her. Win mttiir Mtrtiii aUreij tmi hw aad ate balMtf ay Mil Clitti it LIH H. M, BALLOU MOTHER! word so full of meaning and about which "such tender and holy recollections cluster as that-of " Mother " she who watched over our helpless infancy and guided our first tottering step. Yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with danger and all effort should be made to avoid it. . so assists nature i ' Mother s . p C 11 AnH I I K II II I IUIIU B sms the Mother is ena-I- " bled to look for-- I ward without Expectant dread, suffering or gloomy forebodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherfcood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is fcund stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth natural and' easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but To continue the wrong treatment ior The farmers around Columbus are Catarrh is to continue to suffer. Swift's beginning to tomatoes on a large Specific is a real blood remedy, and a diseases, "My wife suffered more in ten min- scale. Qhe Clinton Democrat says cures obstinate, have no effect We discovered while in Columbus the which other remedies utes with either of her other two chilwhatever upon. It promptly reaches her ther day that the tomato crop is be dren than she did altogether with botCatarrh, and never fails to cure even the lasC, havinp previously used four is a ing handled with very good profit this most aggravated cases. tles of 'Mother's Friend.' It blessing to any one expecting to be- year by those who ventured the exper For says a customer. iment of growing them On a rather come a MOTHER IIe:;dekson Dale, Carmi, Illinois. large scale. The shipments so far have Purely Vegetable, and is the only brought fair returns. It is estimated is blood remedy guaranteed to contain no by express on receipt that the crop will bring several thous Of Druggists at minerals. ot price. Write for book containing testimonial! and dollars to the growers this year. dangerous Books mailed free by Swift Specific moil valuable Information for all Mothers, free. At Barbourville the jury in the Ba As this is the first year tomatoes have Company, Atlanta, ueorgia. The Bradfleld BejuUtor Co., Atlanta, Ga. ker cise, for the murderof Sheriff Will been tried as a supplemental crop to White, gave in a verdict of life impris strawberries, it will be seen that the Why Don't They Marry? onment. A new trial will be asked beginnning is by no means discourag Much has been said and many the for by the lawyers for the defense. ing." FARM AND STOCK NOTES. con j ;ctures as to why our young men xney claim good grounds for a new The Most Fatal Disease. do not marry. It seems to be the ex trial. It is not generally known that more ception and not the rule The San Francisco Labor Council s.ooo bushels corn wanted. adults die of Kidnev trouble than of for a young man to marry. And why will give one dollar and seventy any other disease. When the first this state of nffdirs? Why this dearth has adopted resolutions opposing the ve cents per barrel for 1,000 bar symtoms of this disease appear, no of happy unions? Is it because of a annexation of the Phillippincs on the rels of corn delivered at the Pil time should be lost in taking Foley's lack of marriageable maidens! Nay, ground that the conditions existing Kidney Cure, which is guaranteed or verily. If statistics are true, there is there would be a menace to our gov grimage Distillery. lm an abundant supply of girls eager and ernment and would especially injure Jno. W. Miller, Mgr money refunded. willing to try the experiment of two the working people. Germany imports poultry to the val "The Weed," which is one of the as one, (which I nev ue of 520,000,000 a year. leading tobacco journals of the south, living as cheaply Old Soldiers, Attention! American "importers pay annually prints the following: There seems an er did believe was true). Why then All members of the G. A. R. are f this be the case, do not more of our for coffee S100,000.000. evident change of opinion as to the young men take upon themselves the earnestly requested to be present at CoL Jack Chinn, of Mercer county. oming tobacco crop, as reports from yoke of matrimony? I think the prin the meeting tomorrow Saturday, the got 2,000 bushels of wheat off 100 acres. both the burley and dark sections are cipal reason for this is a false notion 13, as lhe Post wants to make final ar J. M. Robards, of Pulaski countyt not now so favorable as a few weeks the young men have of the girls of to rangements for attendiug the meeting sold to John Ballard, of this county, since. It was thou lit the rains at the day. 'lhe average young man thinks at Cincinnati. All who expect to go time of planting, and frequent rains 41 head of cattle at 3 2 to 4 that the girls expect too much of him to the Cincinnati meeting must so re Twenty-nin- e sheep introduced into since, would insure the crop.s growth, in regard to dress, style of living, etc. p rt at this tim as we must know ex but it seems that in some sections the They think that if they could begin a;tly how m: ny m n to make arrangethe Australian colonies in 1778 are now rain has been so heavy the crop has where the old folks left off, all would mints for. Ja Dil on. Committee. represented by 120,000,000 of the finest been so heavy the crop has been wash be welL wool sheep in the world. A young man speaking of ed out and is "frenching," while in FLAT WOO 3. A Favett county woman raised 300 other sections little rain has been had marrying said to me not long since. If I owned a hundred acres of land. bushels of onions to the acre and sold since the crop was planted. The stand J," B. Parks sold a pair of work mules a nice house on it, and ten thou them at 50 cents per bushel, realizing is therefore poor, taking the State as and sand dollars in cash, I would marry. for S190. S450 on three acres of ground. a whole, much of it looking as if the On another occasion I asked a young James Coldiron so'd his farm to It is found that when cholera is plants had been in the ground no more fellow why it was that he had never Nick Vanhook, Sr., of Lincoln, coun to the food of fattening turkeys than a week. From some cause the married, he replied: "If a man had ty, for $1. 700. tliey train more rapidlv. It absorbs crop docs not seem to be growing as it thousand dollars, he Could get James Miller sold two should (with exception of a few favor nity yearling steerB gvbes and relieves acidity. married without trouble." to W. G. Gooch for 45, also two calv A new species of bug has appeared ed spots in the Blue grass section). Es Now while I believe the girls aro to and is doing great damage to cabbage. pecially in the crop poor and irregular blame to a certain extent in this mat for SJ6. It appears to attack no other vegeta- - in parts of Owen, Carroll, Trimble, ter, still, i thing the men take a very W. II. Furr bought a hog from Hen b c. It is oblonr in shape and has red Shelby, Henry, Scott and Anderson exagerated view of it I don't believe ry Addison for 3c. counties. The most favorable reports bpots on its back. that one girl in ten, if she really loveu John Cormur sold Sweeney Morgan Truth wears well. People have come from Eayjtte, Woodford, Jessa a man, would expect any more of him 11 c ittle at $35 per head. learned that DeWitt's Little Early mine, Bourbon, Washington, Clark than his circumstances would allow. W. G. Gooch bought of Sam Ander llisers are reliable little pills for regu and the northern counties, but the But to sum the whole matter up in a son one pair of work mules for 160. crop is not too promising even in these. l, lating the bowels, curing constipation so to speak, my opinion is Mrs. George Courier is very low with and sick headache. They don't gripe mine earlier in tne season it was that too many of our young men are consumption. thought we would have an immence wanting in energy and Stormes Drug Stsre. lm ambition. crop, it is now doubtful if an average Rev. Hutchings, the pastor, is hold they would go to work with a will, and Sam Forsythe bought of Morgan Ar- crop will be gathered. Anyhow it save some of their earnings instead of ing a meeting at Harmony church. nold 13, 1,000 pound steers at 4 cents would be well for some people to wait There was preaching at Lawson per pound; also of J. N. Whitehouse 14 until the latter part of August before squandering it in dissipation, and ask head of the same grade at the same making calculations for the future. some clever girl to marry them, there Chapel Sunday by Rev. Grinstead. would be fewer old bachelors in the price. '1 hey are to be delivered Octo The Best Remedy for Flux. country, and certainly fewer old ber L llarrodsburg Democrat. e Go Mr. John Mathias, a well known maids. Farmers tell the Democrat that the stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: ' 'Af Brvantsville, Ky. smallest acreage of corn ever known DANVILLE STAGE LINE. was planted in Mercer county this ter suffering for over a week with flux. Smoke the Proctor Knott cigar. and my physician having failed to re Lv. Lancaster 8 a.m. Ar. Danville 10 :30 a.m year. This was because of the boom me, I was advised to try Cham Lv. Dauville 2 p.m. Ar. Lancaster 4 00 p.m in wheat and the small price received lieve berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea for corn for some season's past. Makes connection with 4:50 train for Remedy, and have the pleasure of stat Two good brood mares will bring ing tnat tne naif of one bottle cured QUUEN Richmond. Can be found at Stodgill their owner S400 yearly, at a cost of me." For sale by R. E. McRoberts. Ira Stable or Clemens Hotel. 50 for service fees, and will do the work of the farm at the same time. While a five dollar fee may bring Co,ic ou Are Going North, P IdlllvrS in five Neuralgia and Toothache General Association of Colored Baptists of $75 horse, for his $25 he can have an minutes. Sour Stomach Kentucky; Frankfort, Ky., August and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents. animal worth $200. You Are Going South, 1898. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has the Agents in Kentucky only will sell. largest sale of any Salve in the world. $2 round trip Cincinnati Sunday. You Are Going East, Anderson County Fain Lawrenceburg. This fact and its merit has led dishon 1898. By., August Resolutions. est people to attempt to counterfeit it You Are Going West; Agents iu Kentucky only will sell. Look out for the man who attempts to At the colored Teachers Institute Tennesee Health Officers' Association; Nash deceive you when you call for De Witt's last week the following resolutions PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC were brought in 1898. Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure. and unaminously by the committee ville, Tenn., August adopted: Agents in Tennessee only will sell. lm Stormes Drug Store. 1st, That the State of Kentucky This is the way a farmer keeps off should provide means for the payment American Bankers' Association; Denver, 1898. Colo., August the caterpillars: "I bore a hole in the oi trustees ior tneir services. 2nd. That we protest acrainst all in Missippi Valey Medical Association; tree deep enough to reach the sap Nash fill it up with sulphur and plug it up jurious habits and immorality, and ville, Tenn., October 1898. urge upon our teachers to return to Louisville a Nashville n. ft. The sap takes it to every twig, and their several districts with a stronger caterpillars dissappear at once. I have determination than ever to lift the Grand Fountain United Order True Reforms; 1898. never known a tree to be injured by it moral status of our people to a higher Richmond, Va., Sept AN SKUAS plane. and have used it for years." 3rd, In view of the fact that our In The Maximum Safety, The Harrodsburg Democrat says Mr. structor has urge! upon the teachers Abe Coleman's horses are doing first ui kins luautuic to uiuce iu meir scnooi The Maximum rooms for inspiration to Speed, class at the Lebanon track. Bis pacer the pupils the purpose of as we do that Is a quality some newspapers have and believing Geo. A. , has shown a mile in 2:12 a picture of a noble man or woman lost sight of in these days of "Yellow The Maximum Comfort, tends to inspire the young, Resolved Journalism. They care little for the Quicksilver has gone a mile in 2:19 green trotter by Earl that we, the committee recommend truth and a great deal for temporary ' his urge The Minimum Rates. sister to that each teacher pictureupon his dis sensation. mile in 2:18, the of John trict to secure a Georgie Lee has trotted in 2:21. Fee. It is not so with Tub Dispatch. The 4, That the white people of Lancas success of The Dispatch rests upon its Kates, Time and all other information wiO G. W. Lynn, real estate agent, sold ter and citizens in general be tended reliability. It prints the news all the be cheerfully furnished by .... this week for Mrs. Anna Letcher, a vote of thanks for their appreciation C. P. ATMORC, a. p. l7 1 news and tells the truth about it. farm on the Brannon and East oi our insuiute. Or by Hickman pike to J. B. Smither for 4, LOCISVXIXC K 5, That we extend our heart felt ITS WAR NEWS SERVICE 700, the former taking in part payment thanks to Mrs. A. Johnson, Prof. M Can not he excelled. It is gathered by a house and lot corner Noland and W. Sneed and the entire chair for their forty-tw- o and war correspondents third street, Nicholasville. Mr. Smith' efficient services during our session. 6, That we, the Institute, return to eight fast dispatch boats at the seat of cr will take possession of the farm BO YEARS' most worthy Instructor for his war, and a salaried correspondent in March 1, 1899. Nicholasville Journal. our EXPERIENCE proficiency and faithful work our sin every important city in, the world. Daviess was the banner burley to cere thanks. The most critical period of the war 7, That Miss Crawford be giveu her bacco 'county of Kentucky last year. Institute fee for her service as secre will be during peace negotiations. Get According to the reports of the county tary. Solen Black, Chairman: R. U. the paper that tells the truth. assessor, Daviess county produced Russell, G. J. Gaines, L. B. Gentry, M. Oub Motto: If you see it in the Dis 075,255 pounds, which was more than M. White, Tj. JA. Bonr, K. & Beard, patch it's so, and if it's so it is. alwayi F. Anderson, Committee. IMUE niMm was produced by any other singli in the Dispatch. DCSIQNS 8. Where as. the teachers of Garrard county in the State for the same year. Copyrights Ac The Dispatch newsservice is now county have a Superintendent, Miss sending a sketch and description mar Aaron Graves county comes next with 4,937, Elisa J. Lusk, such as few counties furnished by The New York Sun, The whether aa quickly aeertalo our opinion free Comrnonic-Uontarentloa Is probably Mthtble. 995 pounds, and Christian third with have, who has shown by her prompt Chicago The Northern on Patcata itrlcUy ronadrntfaLHanabopk ness, earnestness, and firmaness that Press Association, The Leslie Syndi 4,832,355 pounds to its credit Patents taken through Sfaaa A Co. reoelTO she holds a deep interest, in tne ad fjMctoi notice, wKhout charge, la the For two thousand years tomatoes vancement of the colored race and the cate and a staff of correspondents in grew wild and Hot a member of the uplifting of humanity be it Resolved Kentucky, Teennesee and Indiana sec race would dare eat that we the teacher commence her ond to none on a Southern newspaper. AVaaoVtoaeiy Ulwtratad weekly. IWtjtP. severworthiness to the petrous of calatkmrt aay acieatiao lonrojl. amdaalers. We club with The .Weekly Louisville by them, says the Paducah News. Daring al districts in Garrard county the retain yaarr fear atoataa, SL to cholera scourage of 1874 gardeners per valuable service as long as possi Dispatch; both papers one year for the ,ciibe y low asm of 91.25. "Were not allowed to expose for tale iu ble. w aeep-seate- MOTHER'S FRIEND tk&t alty a cactiibar. Yet It Is txtfc raw tomatoes aad raw cucumbers are considered by the most eminent physicians far better than ca o ncl fills to haras? the liver. The Kev. W. B. Costley, of Stock- bridge, Ga., while attending to his pastoral duties at Ellenwood, that state, was attacked by cholera morbus. He says: "lly chance 1 happened to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I think it was the means of saving jny life. It relieved me at once." For ale by R. E. McRoberts. lm A writer in an exchange recommends sowing two crops of wheat successive- yon the same ground, saying that of ten the second crop is better than the tirst He plows or skins the land with- two weeks after harvest, and from that time until seeding the land is worked over at least once every two When weeks with a ceding time arrives the soil is in the very best condition, the seed goes in just right, the plants come up quickly and makes a strong growth, and he never fails to obtain a good stand and raise a good crop if anybody in the lo- disk-harro- Foul-Smelli- ng GENERAL NEWsTf e The Mexican veterans, who will hold reunion at Harrodsburg September 0, have a plan to build the finest and most costly battleship that ever float ed, 'lhe scheme is for ever pensioner to donate oue month's pension to the cause and name the ship "The Mexican Veteran." At Harrodsburg John Hansford, a colored laborer of Stanford, was struck by a fast freight train and hor- bly mangled. He was drunk and sitting down on the track, went to sleep. The Masons will lay the corner-ston- e of the new court house at Lexington. The ceremonies will take place in about two weeks. Richmond is to have a new planing mill on a large scale. Failures for the week have been 19G in the United States, against 237 last year, and 21 in Canada against 29 last year. The steamer, Dirigo arrived at Seat tle Friday morning from St Michaels ith 100 passengers, some of whom went north recently, but being unable to get up the river returned. About 40 were Klondikers. They brought down $200,000 in dust and nuggets. Following in the steps of the Central Bank of Lexington the Third National Bank of that city has reduced its run ning expenses by dispensing with the services of the cashier and the reduc tion of the salaries of the other o iHifi Sals ot Laai. Catarrh is one of the most obstinate diseases, and hence the most difficult to get rid of. There is but one way to cure it. The disease is in the blood, and all the Catarrh. Suta lira Address. Name. Geo. D.Robertson. Lexington, Ky Geo. 1. Robertson. Lexington, Ky Geo. D. Robertson. Lexlugtog. Ky Mrs. S. J. Taylor. Lexington, Ky Miss Ellen O'Day, Lexington, Ky Mrs. A. J. Taylor. Lexington. Ky Geo. D. Robertson, Lexington, Ky W. U. Mchols, Louisville. Ky Talitha Heathman, Lexington Ky lauis bamnei-4- , Lexington, Ky li. A. Welcb. Nlcnolasville, Ky Buckner McKlrov. Lexlneto n Ky. Herman Lttennouse, Louisville, Ky... Lem Fong, Louisville. Ky R. Arnspiger, Lexicgton, Ky As agent of the Columbia Finance and Trust Building Company, assignee of Commercial Trust Co.. of Louisville, Ky. I will on the OF LEXINGTON, KY. lint Cost. 31.S0 30.50 'J9Sti Co., 2 6th 10 day of September, i8g8 sprays, washes .and inhaling mixtures in the worm can nave no permanent effect whatever upon it. Swift's Specific cures Catarrh permanently, for it is the only remedy which can reach the disease and force it from the blood. Mr. B. P. McAllister, of Harrodsbure. Ky., had Catarrh for years. He writes: 'I could see no Improvement whatever, though I was constantly treated with sprays ana wasues, ana uiner-en- t inhaling remedies In fact, I could feel that each winter I was worse than the rear previous. ility does. brought to my notice that Catarrh was a blood disease, and after thinking over the matter, I saw it was unreasonable to expect to be cured by remedies wnicn oni reached the surface. then decided to try 8. S. S., and after a few bottles were used, I noticed a perceptible improvement Continuing the remedy, the disease was forced out of my system, and a complete cure was the result. I advise all who fiave this dreadful disease to abandon theirlocal treatment, which has never done them any good, and take 8. S. 8., a remedy that can reach the disease and cure it." "Finally It was o'clock a. m., before the Court House in the town of Lancaster, Ky.. expose at public sale to the highest and best best bidder a tract of land iu Garrard county Ky., about 0 miles from Lancaster and 7 miles from Danville on the Fishers Ford Turnpike containing 04 ACRES with a Good House and other necessary Improve tn en ts. Said land is in a good state of cultivation, acres of which can eo in wheat this fall and the rest in grass. 6aid land is known as the no. Li. snutn larm. TERMS One third cash and balance in one and two years equal payment with i per ceui ou aeierca payments irom day oi saie uuiii paiu. T. B. ROBINSON. Act. Columbian Finance and Trust Co. Assignee of Commercial Building Tract. captain I. SI. JJuun. auctioneer. Over $110,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Matured July 1898: Paid. 7Uso Visa 79.43 79.4.1 Mf ..34.50 27.ro ZiSM 33.50 a; 50 29.50 33.50 .5o UioO 32.50 32.50 77.(6 77.(kJ 6C.S0 77.06(1 66.SO 74.22 79.43 61 K. 79.43 tRsWy Dlnnil S.S.S.1 InelJlUUU I now-a-da- Stevens & Marshall. Winchester, Ky.. K. J. Oiu trie b, Louisville, Kt John L. Fidher, Louisville, Ky Forimin & Flood. Lexington, Ky Kate Young, Louisville, Ky All persons having claims azainst ths es Mrs. S.J. Taylor, Lexington, Ky tate of T. L. Harris, deceased, will present Llllie B. Young, Lexlimtou, Ky them, properly proveu. to Joseph Arnold, ad E. 8. Porter, Louisville, Ky . ministrator of said T. L. Harris, or to It. H Sallie Bishop. Leesburg, Ky Tomllnson, attorney, within the next thirty J. D. I'urcell, Lexiugtoti. Ky anys. ah persons Knowing tnemseives in- Asa Dodge Lexington, Ky debted to said T. L. Harris, dee'd.. will nlease rrancis a. roweu. Lexington. Ky come forward and pay same to said admi nis Chas. F. Stelnwehr. Rockwood. Tt trator. Perry Crostwaite. Lexingtoii Ky Joseph Arnold, This July 11, 1S93 J. M. and John Skain, Lexiugtlu Ky Adm'r. T. L. Harris, dee'd Carrie Rapp. Louisville. Ky Maggie D. liurries, Lexingtou.Ky Sandy Jacksou, N. Middletowu, Ky ... R. F. Johnson, Baltimore, Md Moggie D. Burrier, Lexington. Ky D. B Good, Lexington, Ky Two farms, one containing 42 acres the other Dr. A. P. Taylor, Lexington. Ky Anna Schmidt. Louisville. Ky I. Good farming land, comfortable dwelling Phil Rarick. Nicholasville Ky houses' land convenient Will Fronk Reennnrt, Louisville. Ky. give liberal terms to purchaser. For partic John A. Hui'uely. Buruiu. Ky ... C. A. Culver, Louisville. Ky. ulars apply to Sallie Sanders, Louisville, Ky H. D. ALD RIDGE, . L.spangier. Louisville. Ky Somerset. Ky i. Marksbury, Ky l M. Parker. Skain, Lexington, Ky St John . M. & John Skulu, Lexington, Ky Miss Alico Adams, LonisvilU. Ky Amanda J. Urittingham, Lexington. Ky Mrs. Battle F. Heche. Louisville, Ky Sue M. Gentry. Danville, Ky Thomas U. uiven, riennngsimrg, Ky l.Kfon Ricker. Harrodsburg. Ky W. H. Ford, Lexington. Ky Lexington, As Executor of the late will of Wyatt nughea W.H.Ford. Lcxiugton. Ky Ky W. H. Ford. dee'd, we will on Robert Wells. Georgetown, Ky. F. H. Norton. Lexington. Ky WEDNESDAY, AVGVST 31st, 1S98, i.A Chrisman. Dunvillk. Ky sell to the highest bidder The Farm, about Jomes Ravcncrait. Lexington, Ky two miles from Danville, on the Pleasant Hill Maggie Smltti, Lexington. Ky r . uaiuus, uuuvine, rvu turnpike, containing about n. Pnrcell. Lexinston. Ky he Morning Herald. Lexington. Ky Miss Anna Knokle. Lexington, Ky llhardt,, The place adjoins the farms of J. C. Caldwell EmilChrsmau, Mcholasvilie, Ky Danville, Ky S. W. T. Robinson, and others. The place con. B.Cassidy. Madlsonvillc. Q dwelling, two barns and neces W. J. Loughridge. Lexington, Ky tains a Lcuain. Cincinnati, u sary The soil is fertile, iu a E. W. Atkins, Lexington. Ky Mary high state of cultivation, and splendidly wat r a U'llllamj Unroln W Ky ered. Also, at the same time and place, the t. itor S. Leavel. Lancaster.Ky s.Browu. Lexinstou. following Kate S. Brown, LexlnTton, Ky Kate S.Brown, Lexingtou. Ky PERSONALITY! A, S Bowmau. Lexington. Ky brood mares and mule colts, 6 head of fine S. S. Wells. Georgetown. Ky Ky 'P R- - nmtcher. Nicholasville. work mules, 4 milk cows aud calves, & head Tlios A.Bollantyne, Cincinnati, O of fine bogs, CO acres of corn iu the field, 31 Thos. A.Ballantyne. O acres of hay iu the stack, a lot of farming nten Shookum Gulce Pool, Lexington, Ky . sils, 1 rockaway, 1 buggy, household aud kitch Suookum Gulch Pool, Kexingjon, Ky Pool. Lexington, Ky Shookum Gulch en furniture. Shookum Culch Pool. Lexington, Ky The sale will be held ou the premises, and Shookum Gulch Pool' Lexington, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky commence at 9 o'clock, a. m. sharp. S. T. Leavel, Lancoster Ky TERMS : The land will be sold for one- - John Walsh. Maysville, Ky third cash, balance in two enual Duvmcnts of Hon. W. C. P. Breeckmridge. Lexington, Ky.. oue Kiiu two years, wiin u per cent, interest on John R. Allen, Lexington.Ky aeierrea payments irom aavoi sale. Tl.e ner- - AUr-i- - Niis. Louisville. Kv sonal property will be sold on the following John C. Lewis, GeorSetown. Ky terms: Sums of $10 and under, cash in hand, Mrs. Mattle llcrvey, icnoiajviue, Ky over $10, three mouths time without interest. . C. Morgon, Lexington, Ky ' EPHRIAM HUGHES, F. M Drake, Graud Uapids, Mich 3i50 31 50 31,'X) 31.50 31.50 31.50 2S.50 2&5U SO 50 'JVM HX1 74.32 74.32 71,--0 71 f0 Notice. .CiO 71. HO 71.SO 300 2K.T.0 61.32 59.41 b9 30 710 69,o KM I 59.41 27.50 'HM 23.50 25.50 27.50 i) 660 660 61 5 FOR SALE! 52.04 56 97 2C.S0 25.50 J cism 59.4 m 59.11 56 97 56 97 5T..97 ."7."I '. ".25fl 23.50 19.50 22.50 20.50 20 50 20.50 15-- 22.0 49.76 52.04 49.76 45.02 45.02 45.02 33 45 42.47 42.47 :m.03 40-- Executors' Sale! 19.50 w.:o 17.50 17-- 1 hS.03 17Z0 17.50 lfi.50 17.50 16.50 15.50 12.50 12-- ss.tt; 3X03 35.74 3S.IU 26.63 26.69 33.45 31.17 31.17 29.02 31.17 21.47 29.02 26.69 26.69 21.47 21.47 26.69 26.69 26.69 15JH) 13.50 11.50 13-- SIO ACRES! 5 12.50 12.50 11.50 11.50 12,50 12 50 12-- 11 50 2147 2147 12.57 12.57 24.47 21.47 21.47 24.17 21.47 21.47 24.47 10-- .0 G.50 r.'.Tmv.Trru.'ii-'i- ) 11x0 11.50 11.50 11.50 11j0 11.50 10.50 10,50 8.50 9 50 10-- SSsI 17.44 20.06 22.25 2O.06 17.41 20.06 9AJ 8.50 0 W0 ad-dv- d GEORGE HUGHES. J. B. HUGHES. Executors. A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, J. C. PUBLIC SALE OF GARRARD COUNtY LAND. On Friday, August 19th 1SU3 at 10 o'clock 1. I. J. W. Poor, assignee of William Dunn will offer for sale on the premises 2 miles north-wes- t of Bryantsville, Ky., in Garrard county, ZOO For particulars call on Hemphill, local apt, Lancaster, Ky. ACRES nut-shel- of good, improved farming lands and 75 or 100 acres 01 iimDereu cun lands adjoining, which will be thrown iu with the farm. The im provements consist of a two story frame house wiin eigne rooms, a large stock barn, crib ana cow sneas, ice nouse, granaries ic. Plen ty of Irult and never failing water. TERMS: One third cash on January 1st. lojy, oaiance iu two equal payments la oue and two years with 6 per cent interest from January 1st 1899. The first payment to be se cured by approved indorsers. Call on or ad St dress Illlam Dunn or the undersigned at jryaui3vuie, Ky. i r4 9 .1 ymramssBsmammumnm C on-th- J. W. TOOR, Assignee. To Indianapolis 1 Fare the Round Trip via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points M south, to the Trans-Mississip- pi Low Rates Exposition, Omaha. June 1st. International Meeting:, Buffalo, July M-t- & CRESGENT QUEEN & CRESCENT August 7th, 8th and 9th, account L. A. VV. 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