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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 19, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898081901_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 19, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jeittfd VOLUME JX. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM, Cuf. Public Square and Danvill Avetiue. Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Kv a$ Second does Hatter. NUMBER 20 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST, 19. D. D., 1898. formerly a promConfer- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Are You Thinking i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Smoke the Prostor Knott About having a Good Roof put upon your house? If you are, J. R. Haselden will be glad to give you figures. There is no wear out to a Good Tin Roof. ci'ar. Look at the Bluegrass Groceries ad on page 2 ail. Sawing1 machine needles and oil at Thompson's. Proctor Knott ious smoke.Wi II. B. 1 - X igars make delic pay 7 for good fresh eggs, Northcott. 7 caj (lies at Eimins- J'ure uoine-man- e ton's Kandy Kitdhj Take advantage of our nal offer. I's great. Courier-Jou- r J, R. Haselden. W. I. Williams The best two horse wagon market at G. S. Gaines'. Queen & Crescent low cinnati, Sept 3rd to 9th. the Cin rates to Col. W.G.Welch. Stanford. Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer Lancaster. the Proctor Knott cigar. I would like to do your plain sew WELSH & WILLIAMS ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Nice farm of 180 acres for sale. For price and terms call on J. M. Logan. Nothing but the purps't ingredients used at Edminston'AKandy Kitchen. Attorneys at Law, Lancaster AU Ky. business attended to promptly CoL W. G. Welch and Hon. R. C. Warren attended circuit court here on Monday. Low rates Cincinnati, Q.ieen & Cres cent during G. A. R. Cincinnati. Queen & Crescent low excursion rato G. A. R. Encampmenn at Cincinnati. Ask your Agent. Attention. The la lies of Lancaster and Garrard county will give a dinner in the city of Lancaster on the 22nd oi August. County court day for the benefit of company Lt. Via uegiment ivy. voiun- ers, the proceeds to go to pay for the Brtck. blankets purchased for said company Danville, is Ed. A-- Dillehay, agt, of prior to their going into camp at Lex prepared to promptly fill orders for ington, Ky., and which the Fiscal paving brick; will sell in Danville at Court refused to pay for. A liberal at S9.35 pitronage should be accorded their. SO. 50 or deliver in Lancaster per thousand. Any persons wishing to bring provis can do so. There is a demand for more resi ion dences in L tncaster and why soma par Robert Lee Davidson was granted a ties with money dont build is hard to licjnse to practice law. We now have understand. There are so many in- twenty-onlawyers at this bar. quiries for houses but none can be The Noel Sisters have purchased found Mrs. Moody 1'ardiu's stock of millineKjntuck-ii- n Col. Craddjck, of the Paris ry, and will run this store and conCit zan, pays fitting tribute to Gus tinue the one at Danville. Hofmann's hospitality at Crab Orch S.rg. Ashby Warren, of the Second ard Springs. The Col. knows a good thing when he sees it and never fails Kentucky, is at home for a few days and was over here to see relatives. He to "render unto Cousins" his dues. is looking well and is pleased with the service. Protracted Meeting. Rev. Moore, of London, who is an Messrs. C. A. Robinson, W. L. Law- able minister and an attractive speak- son and w. T. J'herigo nave oeeu ap er, is conducting a protracted mieting, pointed Election Commissfoners, for at the Methodist church. Large crowds Garrard county, under the Goebel are attending and much interest is Election Law. ma nifested. Simon Weil, for Lehman of New Suspended. York, bought 4 cars of export cattle, of The Richmond Register suspended Gibbs Brothers, and 2 cars, of A. R. publication of its daily edition on the Denny, at 4 cents. 13th inst. The Register, with comb The fi st indictment under the mendable enterprise, published a daily law of 1S90 has been drawn by o the war. tnrou hout the prog that would have d me credit to a much commo iwealth Attrr.iey, J. S. Owsley, during this term of our circuit court, larger city than Richmond. and tha trial will ba sensational. The daily newspapers have "clipped' To Teachers. the articles, which have appeared at The white te: chers examination will various times in The Record, in re gard to Sunday mail at Lancaster, and be held at my office, Friday and Satur- have taken the matter up with the da, August 19 and 20, and colored postal authorities and it is thought teachers examination on the following that ere many moons we will have at Friday and Saturday August 20 and 27. Miss E '.si J. Lusk. least a Sunday paper, i: not mail. Morris Evans, inent member of the Kentucky M 4' Ms- Ms Ms i I ence of the Methodist Episcopal church South, but who is now loc ited in Tex as. Maj. c.vans was a graduate oi ine old Kentucky Military Institute, and had spent most of his life as an educator. He was 29 years of age, aud 12 ears ago was married to Miss Martha Polk, of Harrodsburg. He is survived by his wife, father and mother. His remains will be buried at Sulnhur prings. whare li3 had lived for the .st seven years." Circuit Court. ATTENT ON e 4 anti-mo- litigants and curi- attended the opening of circuit court last Monda, and such will be the case as long as Satan stalks abroad to lure the sons and daughters of Adnm into the paths of sin. Judge Saufley took the bench and the wheels of justice began to move. Sheriff J. B. Sanders, deputies Alexander Walker, William Ward and Perry Naylor, ja'l Ross, clerk Hamilton, assisted by W. B. Mason, Commonwealth attorney O.vsley and county attorney Letcher O.vsley, were all present ready to ex cute the order j of the court. The grand jury was called and the court delivered a charge, replete with legal learring, which was a source oi aluable instruction to the public generally and served as a guides to the jury in the proper and legal investigation of all violations of laws, the manner of procuring testimony, and the character necessary to make a good indic'.ment The following is a list of A large crowd of GRAND JUKOltS. We havo 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 ST rnnm room REMARKABLY LOW PRICES "We are prepared to mate diagrams of your l-- i n tto nnrnofo nnf anrl mofln fn s 'o o ,? c a & o & o & o o fit- rrvn y & b e' a. a o g o b ... . & J. C. Boner, foreman. M. D. Hughes, Walter Romans, Lafayette Brown, Ansel George B. Rout, T. W. Hradshuw, J. F. G.illaher, Lee Brown, W. D. Scott, . saiah Comlcy, William Woods. " he following rentlemen constitute the TETIT JURY. are closing out our line of Spring Carpet Samples, they are in one and one-hayd. lengths. 4 "We lf A stock commuunieatioa was receiv ed from Stanford with no signature. Republican Convention. According to the rules of the oflice it At a meeting of Republican Con. was not published. gressional Committee for Sth Congress. ional District of Kentucky held l'or Sale Wheel. Nicho'.asville. Ky., aujrust loth 1893 it A Irish frame Victor Bicve'.e. in srood BEAZLEY& BAULtHMAN. order, or will exehaage.'. for a goojtf was ordered by said committee that be held Danville Ky. J. C HemphillX, convention 1S98 12 in gentle horse. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, August 30th o'clock a. m. to The shooting of pistols and "ele- at nominate a candidate for congress for ARTERIAL, and CAVITY EM ing hades" on the public square at said district That the representation nights have about st jpped. Our ni flit in said convention shall be one dele BALMING a SPECIALTY. Marshal Joe Petty has scared th 'm off. gate for each one hundred votes and fraction over fifty cast for Republican "t hat you pay out for rent is gone Electors in November 1896 the dele forever. the same gates Carpets, &c. into the You can pay Building amount cd by to be selected in manner provid & Loan Lancaster county committee. W. J. Wilmoije, Ch.D. C. Association and own your home. Try J. C. Hemphill, Sec'y.k this. C. C Wallace, Sec'y, - Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. mnfwimrwfr mm m mmmwmmmmmw - Republican Mass Meeting:. The republicans met at the Court House, on Wednesday, to appoint del egates, to the Danville convention, to nominate a candidate for congress. In the absence of Chairman, D. R. Collier, Mr- - L. L. Wulker opened the meeting. On motion of W. T. West, Judge R. A. Burnside was made chairman, who made a few remarks asking for harmo ny, and thej' certainly had it, as they did the work in fifteen., minutes and everybody agreed to every suggestion. A. B. Lstridge was elected secretary and L. L. Walker, D. M. Lackey and Millard F. West were appointed as a committee on resolutions. They re ported strong approvals of the admin' istrations of Gov. .Bradley and Presv dent McKinley. They endorsed every principle of their party, and denounc ed the Goebel election law and other democratic legislation as partisan and against public interest. About thirty ueiegates were appointed, among them Gov. Bradley, Col. Collier, Capt. Herndon and W. T. West, who were instructed to cast the vote of Garrard for Hon. G. M. Davison, of Lincoln. A Card from 1'rof. Cowcn. George Eans, J. K. Henderson, I. M. Dunn, , Wm. Pa.-ks- F. K. Sutton, W. B. Moss, Milton Mahan, "We Big Bargains in Shoes, begun our annual Cut Price Sale of Shoes and Oxfords. We have now on tables 125 to 150 pairs We have Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers worth from $1.50 to $2.50. We are closing these goods out at 25c to $1.25. Get first choice. I have received a notice from the Board, requesting me to vacate at once and make room for my successor, as he anxious to move in, and because his goods arc packed up and ought to be unpacked. For fear my friends, the public at large, may think my contin ued stay a piece of I wish to explain. My contract called for a certain sum of money aud the use of the house, which was estimated at 5200 a year, as part of my salary. I moved in Sept 12. '95. and have lived here from year to year since then. Hence my term will not be out till Sept 1 98, until which time I have a right to stay, under the law. But I'm not stay' ing simply because I have a right to; I have no ether place to go;' the house they are building me will not be ready for some time. If I have to get out now, my goods would have.to be pack ed up, and stay packed up for some time; besides, we would have to pay board till we move. If necessary meant to give up my rights for a short time and pay board, to let the new man in, but I don't deem it my duty to give up and put myself on expense for nearly a month. My successor'; goods can be unpacked and put in any room we are not using. spite-wor- O. J. Ilendron, Jas. Ramsey, Jr. . Burnside, George McLsar, Robert Brown, C. A. Robinson, M. F. Uou E B. Scott, T. S Elkin, F. W. Thompson, W. L. Allen, W. is. Jarvis, George Hroaddus, lames Underwood, Ed Norris, G. A. Bruce. Thos. Woods, The trial of Frank Turner, for hog stealing, was begun on Monday and c included on Tuesday, by a verdict o Tomlin-soa- . one year in the penitentiary. Walker and S.vinebroad repre senting the defendant. Messrs. Homer Batson and Robert Davidson were made examiners, for Garrard county, on Tuesday. "Colonel"' Coffey, colored, was fined 75 and six months confinement in jail to work at hard labor, for willful and malicious shooting and wounding. Herndon and Tomlinson appeared for the defendant The case against William McCoy; for murder, was passed till next week. George Smith, who is under indict ment for forgery, failed to appear, and his bond was forefited. The grand jury has found eleven in dictments, seven for felonies, and it is likely-tha- t more business will be done this term than during any term for some time past. John Simpson, for concealed weap ons, by default judgment, was given 3'J days in jail and fined S100.' The grand jury indicted Porter Wearen and Edwin Clouse, for murder, aud their trials are set for next week. On Wednesday Robert Boatley, col ored, was fined 25 and 10 days, in jail, for carrying concealed weapons. Wm.' Potts, colored, was given five years, in the penitentiary., for house breaking. G. Col. S". mui's win. Paris. Ky., Aug. 17. The will of probated at the CoL W. E. Simms, county clerks oflice, leaves all the are selling them cheap. PRICED, 25, 50;-75 I and $1.00 1 j Yn E lr va'e IItIuii Ueuil. DRY GOODS 4 COMPANY sf t or lUvr Up the Gate. Ky., Aug. 17. Jesse Suei.kyvii.lk, Ky.. Aug. 13. A toll-gat- e Holines, a private in the 2d Kentucky. on the Shelbyville and Mulberry who was fctricken with typhoid fever turnpike, in I'.ic northern end of this at Chiekainausra and brought here is county, was visited by raiders for the dead. de- Fkaxkfokt, property, real and personal, to his wife. Besides S00.000 life insurance there is property consisting of farms in Kentucky, Arkansas and the north west, bank and railroad stocks and city property in this city, Chicago, St Taul and other places. Was in the Santiago Fight. Logan & Robinson. Lt iUiUiUiUiUlUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUittiUiUiUiUiUitt' f t V alley View, Ky., Aug. 17. "Tuck" Baxter, of this place, who joined the regular army two years ago, has been B. S. Gowen, heard from. In a letter to his brother here he savs he was in the fijrht MAJ. H. A. EVANS DEAD. around Santiago, and in company with Former Resident of Lancaster, Dies of 100 men made an assault on a point in the Spanish lines and of 100 in the Typhoid Fever In Texas. charsre only 40 were left alive to tell The sad intelligence of the death of the stbr.r. Maj. Evans will come as a severe shock to the many friends of the family here. The iey is ta aiaaest erase bakiaf fowdmr . Dr. Evan's, his father, was at one time fcaaws. Actual tests mmw it gM tfcira farther tkaa mmy etaar braaV principal of the Garrard Female Col lege, and Harry was one of the facul ty. Harry was well up in military tactics, ana ne rendered valuable as sistance to the "Owsley Rifles" in drill ing and training them. No cleverer, bigger hearted boy ever existed than Harry Evans, and not one who knew him, but will shed a tear of regret at his death. The following was taken from Tuesday's telegram was received yesterday by Mr. W. G. Polk, of Wm. Kendrick Son's, announcing the death of his brother-in-laMaj. H. A. Evans, of Sulphur Springs, Tex. Death was due to typhoid fever. His death was great schock to his friends in this State, where he live.d for many years. mmi auaaa mwm as., mw reejc The deceased was a son of the Rev. Courier-Journal: 1r POWDER third time Thursday night and stroyed with uynamite. All the windows in the keeper's house were shattered by the ex losion and the inmates A known committed suicide Tuesiay badly frightened. by jumping from a ferry boat into the notice was left, warning the keeper D laware river, near the Chestnut not to again collect toll under penalty street wharf, this city. The cause of of death. their self destruction is a mystery. Many Loss Kuunin?. Before they jumped one of them laid WiLLiAJisnur.G, Ky., Aug. 12. There on a seat The pocket- - is a heavy log tide in the Cumberland a focketbook book contained a piece of paper on river, and more logs are running than which was written the following sen- were ever known before. Several tence: "We find we are utterly unfit larjre booms up the river have eiven for this world and will try another." way. Logs pass here at the rate of over 300 per minute. Thousands are Neutrality Laws in Question. New Yoiik, Aug. 17. The Hong passing by which can not be secured. Kong dispatches reporting the arrival The mill men here are profiting by the there of the German cruiser Kaiserin lo s of those up the river, and will' have their booms filled for the first A'igusta with Governor General time in years. would show a violation of neutrality on the part of the Hermans unless The Fourth Won't Go Yet. Merritt or Dewey consented to AugusLexington, Ky., Aug. 15. A teledeparture from Manila. tus gram from Assistant General PassenMartin Conway, the famous moun- ger Agent C. 15. Ryan, of the Chesatain climber, has gone to Bolivia, peake and Ohio road, to George W. where he will explore the high group Uaruey, general agent in the bluo of the Andes containing the peaks grass region, Sunday night, says: Illimani and Illampu. "Movement of 4th Kentucky regiment from Lexington to Jacksonville suspended, hy order of secretary of war." New Kentucky Pot Office. Washington, Aug. 16. Post office Third Kentucky Ordered to Lexington. has been established in Kentucky as Washington, Aug. 10. Orders were follows: Bowman, Fleming county, issued by the war department Monday James T. Bowman, postmaster. for the Sd Kentucky, Sth Illinois and" 160th Indiana regiments of volunteers, Poisoned Watermelon. ToMrKiNsviLLE, Ky., Aug. 12. Geo. which were gathered at Newport News Howard, colored, of this place, ate under orders to proceed to ioin Gen. watermelon and was immediately Miles in Porto Rico, to proceed to taken violently ill and died. The mel- Lexington Ky., as soon as transport ons had poison injected into them as a tation is ready. ' trap for thieves. l'turuulne l'oUoniu. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 15. The A Farmer's Loss by Fire. HAKBODSiiuno, Ky., Aug. 15. John analysis of the stomach of Richard within a W. Davenport, of West Mercer,- - lost his and Bridget Gavin, who died a week ago, entire crop of wheat, traction engine half hour of each other thought to have been and thresher by fire early Sunday and who were morning. Lois, S2.000; cause of fire poisoned has been finished. It showed evidence of ptomaine, but none of unknown. poison administered "by outside parties. Will Try Another World. Philadelphia, Aug. 17. Two young woman witose names are as yet, unblocd-curdlin- g Au-gu- Holtom, who claims to be from Nashville, and Willy Bell, of O .venjboro, quarreled here and Holtom drew a pistol and shot Boll through the stomach, inflicting a fatal wound. . Richmond, Ky., Aug. 13. News reached here Friday that gold had been found between London and Manchester on the line between Clay and It is pronounced Laurel counties genuine ore, and a sample has been Fair. IIustonT.lle forwarded to New York for analy- McKinney. Ky.. Ausr. 12. Tlustonr ville fair opened Wednesday with. Tho stock dis Consclenco Contribution From LouiSTUle. rood crowd present Washington, Aug. 15. Tho secreOnly play was leyond expectation. a, one county adjoining, Rockcastle, has tary of the treasury has received " conscience contribution of 300 in a fair this year. postmarked Louisville. Ky. Greenville, Ky., Fatally Shot. Aug. 12. Sam Gold In Kentucky. 335 CENTRAL RECORD ;kveey WEEK B7 ZOVIS ZANDRAX, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. !OSIBYAK,IMADTAjrCl... .l.Ot-.5t . .2 FRIDAY, August, 19, - 1898 Gen. Fitzuugii Lee for U. S. is a candidate Senator from Virginia. It is believed that many qf our soldiers will be mustered out and sent home, while enough will be kept in .the service to enforce the terms o' pence, and establish a government over our acquisitions. millions of dollars have been expended on account of the Spanish war, and the total expenditures are estimated at only 150,000,-(!0while we are issuing S200,000,00(. of hands, and collecting many millioiu by the new revenue law. In fact too much money is being raised. NiXETY-EionT the United States psnd and harboif--Uing the settlement by treaty of the disposition of the Philippines. This leavc3 the disposition of the Philippine Islands unsolved, and we hope that our commissioners will lay no claim to them further than to re serve a coaling station there. The war was not waged for conquest, and the acquisition of distant territory is not keeping with our favored doctrine Besides and established principles. this it would cost an immense sum to hold the islands, and their products .vould conflict with some of our home interests. ludeed, if we should ever ixercise sovereignty over Cuba, our ugar interests would be destroy-d- , as it can be raised there at one cent per pound. The Manila hemp .vould destroy our hemp interest, and :he cheap labor of our acquisitions would interfere with our present sys tem of labor. Let us view the matter ralmly and logically and see whether ve have a picnic or an elephant on our hands. If the latter, turn him loose: f the former, we will all attend. 0. It is a foregone conclusion that Davison will be nominated by the Republican convention at Danville, and race may be expected, betweer. him and Gilbert, for congress. Every inch of the ground will be contester p.nd the winner will not have a walk over. Governor Bkadlev is doing all that can be done to induce a full attend auce at the dedication of the Ken tucky monument at Chickamauga. I the people will do as he requests a fit ling manifestation of patriotism, wor thy the name of the monument and ii. aicord with the spirit of Kentuckians, will be witnessed on that occasion. Blaxco, Captain General of Cuba has resigned, being unwilling to superintend the evacuation of Cuba. Manila surrendered to Dewey last Satur day, after the Americans began t bombard the city. 1 he American flag is now in Havana and all other placet which will become American provinces, by the peace negotiations. 1 he mor tality among the Spanish prisoners, at Santiago, is so great that it is impossi- Lle to bury the dead. The rapid improvement, in imple ments of war, on land and sea, reveah the fact that all wars will last but s short time, in the future, and that the loss of life will be less and thedestruc tion of property will be greater, and bring about the close of a war. Oui victories, in the last war, have been so decided that our ships, guns and men have won the admiration of the world. and "Uncle Sam"' can now put a chi. on his head, without fearing that any bod j' will knock it off. The Teachers' Institute closed last Friday, after a profitable and entertaining session. Que Record is in debted to Prof. E. W. Baker for a statement, of the proceedings, which appears elsewhere in this issue. S cral suggestions arc made in the reso lutions, but the one proposing County Normals, instead of institutes, to be supported out of the Public School fnnd, was certainly adopted withou due thought and deliberation. In the first place the public fund can not be appropriated for any purpose, except for tuition, and these Normals would cost a considerable sum of money. VV hiigpest the enactment of a law provi ding that experienced educators shall visit the schools and give the most ap proved methods of teaching, in a prac tical manner. We have too much the cry now, though much good is being done by the teachers of Garrard coun ty, who are far above the average in mental culture, and the ladies excel all others in personal beauty. claimed that "History repeats itself; but such was not the case in the last war. The historian may search in vain for its parallel, in point of duration, territory, signal victories, and unequal losses of life and proper ty. To make a summary of the evil and good results will require many years. At present we can only make a rough estimate. Put the blood and the money, the tears and the suffering, on one side of the scales and it appears that nothing can balance them; but when we consider the vast amount of valuable information imparted; the per fect unity and harmony brought about ietween the discordant political ele ments, and the absolute obliteration of prejudices and bad feeling, which has existed between the North and South since the civil war the inesti mable good that has been done, in the name of humanity; the opening up of ew channels for the dissemination of civilization and Chr'stiaiity, and the acquisition of valuable territory, the s :ales change and the good outweighs the eyil effects. It is The people of our nation should con gratulate themselves, - and especially their valiant soldiers, on a successful termination of hostilities with Spain, preliminary steps having been taken last Friday, looking to peace negotia tions. The war, of 112 days duration, Ttas ceased, for the present, and Peace Commission, consisting of five men representing our nation and five Spain, will 'meet and representing agree fully on the terms of settlement, as partially set forth in the document already signed. The terms, stipulated are as follows: 1 he immediate evacuation by Spain of Cuba and Porto Rica The surrender of all sovereignty by Spain over Cuba. The cession to the United States of Porto Rico and other Spanish Islands in the West Indiea The cession of an Island in the La- drones. 'A he occupation of Manila city, bay State?'' A. P. Caldwell, won the prize. Mccreary. Prof. Lumley next gave a brief, but WEDSESDA.T MORXINQ. practical talk on the subjjet of Phys:-olg- y E'der Bailey, the pastor of Antioci The Institute was called to order and Higiene, which completed the church, is holding a series of meetings and after a song the further devotion- program of the week. at that church with good results. al exercises were led by E. W. Baker. On motion of Miss Anderson a unan Miss Etta Stone, of Madison, spent Before the beginning of the regular imous vote of thanks was extended to last week with relatives here. Miss work, Miss Mary Mayfield, represent Sup't Miss Lusk, for the faithful and Addie Cummins, of Preachersville, is ative of the Ladies' Home Journal, succjhsful work during the week. the pleasant guest of Miss Minnie was given theiioor and presented the Next in order was the report of the Pherigo. Miss Bertha BurnsiJe, of merits of her paper. Cou.mittee on Resolutions. After the Lancaster, spent part of this week The first subject of the day was reading of the resolutions, on motion with Miss Jennie Gulley. Miss MyrSpelling, and was opened by Miss of E. W. Baker, it was agreed they tle West and Mr. Chas. Overly, of Paint Clandie Arnold, who was followed by should be taken up, discussed and Lick, were the guests of Miss Minnie a number of others, presenting vari passed upon separately. Following Wearen, last week. Miss Ellene Hi- ous methods of teaching spelling, and are those adopted: att, of Hiattsville, has been visiting also some of the difficulties arising. First, Whereas, Mr. H. R. Postel and Mrs. E. Austin. Miss Mattie Shiflet, After the close of this subject, A. F. P., W. Grinstead have given to the In of Richmond, and Miss Rebecca Clark, Caldwell presented the subject of Wri- stitute information on the methods of were entertained by Miss Sallie Nave, ting, and was fallowed by B. F. Prov teaching which we deem of the high last week. Miss Nannie Gaines, of ince. Brief addresses from these and est value, your citj', visited Miss Anna Yantis. others brought out the fact that wri Resolved, That the special thanks of Miss Addie Burnside has been the ting is very much neglected in the the Institute are hereby tendered guest of Misses Minnie and Bessie Ar schools. Prof. P. W. Grinstead, of them, and resolved further, that our Mrs. Kir by Grimes, of nold. Mr. Lexington, who was present and made thanks are also extended to Prof. Lum- Kirksyillc, and visited Mr. and Mrs. Davis an excellent address, at the close of ley for his ready, able and efficient Sutton the latter part of last week, which the Institute extended him service as our Instructor. L. T. Bradshaw has returned from vote of thanks. Second, Whereas, The inequality cf J. H. 'lhe meeting was then ad journed to beginning the schools throughout the Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. spend is much improved after meet at 1:39 p. in. county hasgivea rise to some dissatii- - Walker Crab Orchard Springs. The Rev. W. II. Costley, of Stock- After the usual opening, Mr. C. D. faction, 'Resolved, That the trustees ing a week at bridge, Ga., while attending to his pasLittle Coleman Hardin celebrated his Lewis, of Eubanks, and representative and teachers, and County SuperintenMonday, by entertaining a toral duties at Ellenwood, that state. of various Educitionai periodicals dent are hereby requested to make an birthday .vas attacked by cholera morbus. He gave a talk emphasizing the fact that effort to have all the schools begin at few relatives and friends at a dining. says: "By chance 1 happened to get every teacher ought to be supplied the same time, and also that the teach Mrs. P. W. Dunn, of Lincoln, is the guest of her daughter, Miss Susie iiold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic with one or more education ers' Institute be held during the week Sandidge. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and 1 al journals. before the opening of the schools. think it was the means of saving my We have used Chamberlain's Cough Composition was then introduced by Third, Whereas, we, the teachers in ife. It relieved me at once." For Miss Knapp West, in a brief, but in Garrard county believe that we would Remedy in our home for many years lm teresting talk. She was followed bv derive more benefit from County Nor and bear cheerful testimony to its valale by R. E. McRoberta. Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mrs. Amon and mals than from the county Institute ue as a medicine which should be it PAINT LICK. others, each one discussing some par as established by the present law of every family. In coughs and colds we found it to be efficacious and in croup Con Kentucky. David nenry is cutting quite a wide ticular phase of the subject The ductor then closed the discussion, wl hi Resolved, 1st, That the present law and hooping cough in children we swath in society circles a review of the entire subjjet ought to be so amended that County deem it indispensable. H. P. Hitter, J. W. & Pleas Murray bought 05 cat- - Grammar was the next subject and Normals will be substituted for Coun 4127 Fairflax ave., St Louis, Ma For lie from Rockcastle parties, this week was merely introduced by Miss Mittie ty Institutes. 2nd. Uhat the County sale by R. E. Mc Roberts. lm it 3 2 to 4c per pound. Dunn. Prof. K. F. Postel followed Institutes ought not to be dispensed BUCKEYE. R. N. Beazley is rapidly pushing with a somewhat lengthy discussion, with unless the County Normals be work on his tobacco barn in order to setting forth some new ideas as to how substituted in their place. Joseph Simpson bought of Linzey aouse his new tobacco crop. 3rd, That the said Normals should to get the pupil to really like to study Ray, a 700 lb. steer for 25. C A. Fish and John Bolton sold fif- it After a short recess the subject of be held for not less than ten days, and W. B Burton sold to W. B. Ray, a Diagraming was briefly presented by that the expenses be paid out of the teen hundred bushels of wheat to pair of mules at $150. A. F. Caldwell. Next the subject of Common School Fund. & Rucker at 56 cents per bushel. 4th, Resolved, That county certifiProtracted meeting begins at this Hudson Bros., of Louisville, bought Parsing was taken up and discussed at cates ought to be abolished, and only place 2nd Sunday in September. another car load of mules this week at some length by Miss Allie Dunn Prof. Lumley then gave a review of State certificates be issued by State Our teacher, Mrs. L. Harris, has had this place, makinr three cars thev the various subjects under Grammar, authorities. Also that we, in every to dismiss her school on account of have purchased here recently. and showed conclusively that he re way possible, urge and assist our Rep sickness. Her many friends hope she Miss Mattie Thompson returned to garded diagraming as being of little resentatives and Senators in securing will soon be out again. Lancaster, Mondav, after a week's value. The Institute then adjourned this legislation. Miss Lillie Sutton, of Marksbury, pleasant visit to Miss Mary Lear. V We also urge the teachers of other was the pleasant guest of Miss Sallie to meet at 8:45 'lhursday, K. Argo, who has been visiting his THURSDAY. counties and all others interested to B. Ray, several days last week. Misses mother at this place, will leave today The Institute convened at 9:15 and aid in securing the passage of such a Myrtle Hendren and Susie Long, of 'or his home in Colorado. Miss Lucy law, and we appeal especially, to our Madison, were with MissHattie Jones, Francis is expected home today from was opened with song, Bible Reading own Superintendent Miss Elisa Lusk, Saturday and Sunday. In fact, Buck Danville, where she has been attend' and prayer, the devotional exercises for her aid, and empower her to call eye has had so many charming visitors inga house party given by the Misses being led by Rev. Campbell, pastor of upon any, or all of us for our e within the last week that our little Veiser. A party of about twelve cou the Baptist church. village seems now almost deserted. The first subject of the day was Dis ration in this direction. pies from here spent a very enjoyable After the adoption of the resolutions Rev. J. C. Mays, of Georgia, now at day at Slate Lick Springs, Tuesday. cipline, and was opened by E. W. Ba talk, after which Prof. Lamley gave a very pleasant Louisville, preached a very interesting Dancing was the chief feature of the ker in a it was pretty thoroughly discussed by talk, after which the Institute closed sermon here Sunday afternoon, and is day. the Institute. Summing up the ideas by singing, "My Country 'tis of Thee." this week canvassing the neighbor On last Friday evening the beautiful INSTITUTE SPARKS. advanced, Good order or Discipline is hood with a variety of good books, Ramsey home, two miles south of Paint that condition and line of conduct that The two young men from Wallace-to- n which, for a small sum any one can Lick, was the scene of a most delight (without doubt the most handsome place in their homes valuable reading enable both teacher and pupils to ful entertainment, given by the Misses will in the whole lot) were, at first so caredo the best work possible. ful of their health as to be afraid to matter, besides helping the young stu Ramsey and brothers, in honor of The subject of Geography was then come out through the rain to the Insti- dent on his wav. their visitors, Misses Lynia. Debiny tute; but be it said to their credit that The Best Remedy for Flux. tnd Ora Alexander, of Cloverport, and presented in a very interesting way by before it closed they not only were Mr. John Mathias, a well- - known Messrs. T. S. Scott and J. G. Baker, of Mr. Postel. Mr. Evans and Miss Wor present, but were decidedly very much Burksville. About fifty guests were rel also gave some helpful ideas and interested in quite a number of the stock dealer o' Pulaski, Ky., says: "Af individually. present The brilliantly lighted par methods of teaching that difficult teachers' the lady teachers, who, since ter suffering for over a week with flux, One of lors were thrown open and the guests branch. Prof. Lumley closed the sub last year has doubled a man's expen and my physician having failed to re began to arrive at an early hour. Soon ject with an address, showing that to ses and ner own responsibilities oecame lieve me, I was advised to try Cham:he parlors and halls were filled to teach geography successfully one must so deeply interested in the work of the berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea actually failed to institute overflowing with beautiful maidens, not confine himself or the pupils to the answer at that she and afterward con- Remely, ami have the pleasure of stat roll call md gallant beaux, vieing with each text book but, on the contrary, must fessed to the secretary that she had ing that the half of one bottle cured Elegant re teach it very largely in a general way actually forgotten her name for the me." For sale by R. E. McRoberts. Ira ither in "reshments were served at the usual and independent of the text book. The time being. At one time during the session two BURDETT KNOB. hour, and the company were treated Institute then adjourned until 1:30 of our oldest teachers of opposite sex to some delightful music After which p. m. and both still enjoying (?) single bless THURSDAY EVENING. The protracted meeting closed at they dispersed to their homes to rest edncss, passed such nice compliments they ability, mi pleasantly dream of a delightful After opening the Institute with upon each other'sgracefully and Prof. Mt Hebron Sunday night with seven additions. that time spent in a most delight ul man song, the subject of Mental Arithme were received so to to Lumlev Mr. H. M. Kuklman was thrown ner. tic was merely introduced by Mr. Uen- - them as found it advisableorder referpro to "bouquets" in More than twenty million free sam drickson, and Practical Arithmetic by ceed with the real discussion. jNow, from his horse last Sunday night The ples of PelYitt's Witch Hazel Salve Miss Ida Duncan, after which the Con- we don't blame any young (single)lady horse kicking him in the face, inflect any have been distributed by the tnanu ductor gave a most practical talk on teacher for taking advantage of pos ing a very painful wound. Miss Nannie Ball visited friends and Following this Miss opportunity a that presents even a way facturers. What better proof of their the subject sibility of chance to better ner confidence in it's merits do you want? Lusk, the County Supcrintendent,gave of making- a living and enjoying me. relatives in Jessamine last week and It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in a talk for the special benefit of trus but we do think that B. F. Evans attended the meeting at Wilmore. Miss the shortest space of time. Stormes tees, in regard to the late changes ought to know better than to shy his Marie Dunn who is teaching school at "bouquets" during Institute. made in the Common School Law, Paint Lick visited her parents last Drug Store. lm One of the lady teachers was heard Ine subject oi History was very to make the complaint: "Alter tne la week and attended the institute at JUDSON. do marry, they still keep Lancaster. Miss Christine Moakes, briefly introduced by Mrs. Gulley, who iair, was followed by short talks from sev on teacning i aon i tnintc mat is good after a pleasant visit to Miss Fannie H. Barlow sold to Huston Ballard, a at all " We hope that when this Thomas, returned to her home in Crab eral of the teachers and also by woman enters bunch of 120 lb. hogs at 3. GO. final exposition of the Bubject by Pro'. she will not have to find out what Orchard Sunday. Mrs. Emma Dunn and J. M. Anderson is at home from Lumley. Prof. Lumley's address sug some of the others have, viz: A man (?) children, of Burgin, and Mrs. Bessie a teacher Frankfort for an indifferent stay. gested the propriety, or impropriety, sometimes wants may teach for a wife Scott, of Bryantsville, visited Mr. Por (help) him ter Dunn and family last weelc Mr. she in order Our merchant has brought on a new of teaching all the history of our coun to make that a living. Russel Owens visited in Jessamine last goods. Come and see him. try both good and bad. The differ supply of Mr. G. W. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has the Saturday and Sunday. Tobacco men report the weed to be ence of opinion among the teachers Chanpelland. Mr. Frank Adams, of growing large and fine, better than it caused the most animated discussion largest sale of any Salve in the world. of the week, some holding that only This fact and its merit has led dishon Lincoln, visited the family of Mr. Jas. has been for years. Thomas last Saturday and Sunday. J. M. Sanders, Sr., sold to L. Crutch- - the good should be given the child, and est people to attempt to counterfeit it others that he have imparted to him a Look out for the man who attempts to. field, of Jessamine, a cow for $2G, also CUBAN OIL cures good and bad. The deceive you when you call for DeWitt's an extra calf to Cecil Broaddus, at $25. full history both whole discussion did not destroy the Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure. F Idlllvl V Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu James Judson is confined to his bed truth of the saying that, "A man, con Stormes Drug Store. lm matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents by an abcess. Sim Delaney lies at the vinced against his will, is of the same point of death. No hope of recovery opinion still," and hence the Institute is entertained. adjourned to meet again Friday morn We overheard Sam Long talking to ing. a young lady who lives near Lancas FRIDAY. ter, in "golden" language. Wonder After opening with the usual song who marries next? service, Bible reading and prayer were The Sycamore Valley school began led by Prof. B. S. Gowen. the other week with a bright prospect The first subject for discussion was for the best school in the history of the Civil Government, and was presented plcae. Prof. B. F. Evans is capable of by Mr. Postel, of Sandusky, Ohio, in a doing noble and efficient work. very plain and practical way. He was The meeting at this place is a sue followed by Prof. Lumley in his usual cess, with hopeful signs of a great re ly interesting manner. vival. Already a number have re Next the subject of School Manage panted, and arose in the strength of ment came up for discussion and began Isreal's God, and in his name fell at in a very promiscuous way, quite a va the Altar, pleading forgiveness, and riety of opinions and methods being pledging to stop their debauching, given as to how to manage the school. sinful ways. A short recess was taken,, and then Bros. Bottom, Robinson, and Wilson Mr. Wilford Caulkins, of Chattanooga tent meeting here at Barlow's Tenn., took up the subject and made a began a ' store, last Saturday, a week ago. The very interesting and instructive ad outlook for a revival here is favorable. dress. In fact, one of the very best of Already some haye expressed a desire the entire week to flee the wrath to come. These At the close of Mr. Caulkins' address brethren earnestly solicit the attend Miss Virgie Worrel introduced a prop ance and assistance of all Christians, osition in, regard to Normal schools regardless of denomination, in the sur and certificates. She was followed by rounding community. Miss Amanda Anderson, and also by' BURNSIDE, KY., 3rd SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 8th. Miss Farris Ham, a beautiful and Mr. C. D. Lewis. After some desulto which highly accomplished young lady, of ry and ineffective Full Faculty of five Experienced teachers. All College graduates Madison, is visiting in our midst. J. lasted until the noon hour. Institute Enrollment last year 105. Excellent Courses offered m Latin, drees, D. Naylor and wife, and Robt Long adjourned until 1:30. p. m. Science, History. Music, Ora and wife,, visited Perry Long, of Marks- After opening the Institute with mu German. French. bury. Miss Jane Middleton enter sic, Mr. Caulkins offered a nice book tory and Physical Culture. TERMS, moderate. BOARDING DE tained her friends a few evenings ago to the first one who would answer PARTMENT all that could be wished lor Comfort and Convenience. All present had a nice time. Miss Ida correctly, the following question : Is Burdett, of Baena Vista, visited her ft unconstitutional for the President For particulars and catalogue address the Principal, 'sister, Mrs. Laura Clarlr, Saturday and and Vice President of the United JAMES C. DOULEY, J1. A , States to he resideaU of tWjMise Sunday. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. first-clanow-a-day- s. Bu-lamerry-makin"double-blessedness- ," ni-ttAft Red Hot Bargains M T&b Bins Grass Gnmj THIS WE1EIK. Do not fail to give them a call, for no one can and will not duplicate their prices. Following are a few prices for this week. 4c per box. Star scrubbing lye 4c per lb. Best lump3tarcn Ivory soap 4c a cake. Clothes pins lc a doz. Every thing else as cheap in proportion. BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. EPH. P. BROWN, E. TV. Lillard. Mgr. !00O00O00 OOCKOO0OOOOCK Jno. B.Stcut. Lillavd CC blOlSLZ, X X eadihqQruggistsj Stationery, Faints, Oils, Ste. X X X X CI 1 X DANVILLE, ORGANIZED 1883. :- -: KENTUCKY. 493-THE PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. U OF LA50ASTEB. FT. CAPITAL $200,000.00 ) ) L BANK j ( Capital, Surplus Fund $100,000 15,000 SURPLUS. J65.000.00. BUSINESS SOLICITED. LANCASTER, KY. President Cashier A. R.Dsnnt. President. Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. ViM.H.Kinnaisd, Cashier. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. Higqinbotham Lxwia Y. Liavill Assistant Cash'r Bookkeeper DIRECTORS: B. F. Hudson W. O. BieXKY C. D. S.C.Dknnt, Assistant Cash'r. K. T. Embkt J. F. Robinson. Jr. Ass't Walksb J. M . HlGGINBOTHAK , LlWIH Y. LXATZLL, DIRECTORS J.S.Johnson, H. C. Arnold, Jr. T.M. Arnold, B.F. Hudson. ALBX.GlBBS, J.J.WALKIR Jacob Y. Robinson. Jas Spllman, Sam'l. D.Cochran, A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Dennr. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes, THE SUPERIOR. jl Steel Frame SchooL Books Old books taken in exchange. ALITY. Our Drill has been on the market two seasons and we have made improvements over the last two years that cannot be beaten NEW OIL CUPS IN DISC and a large single Steel Drag Bar. The simplest drill on the market. A great many have been sold and every one has given perfect satisfatction. It is the ORIGINAL and only perfect Disc Drill made. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The Superior will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and can be put into the hardest ground. If you wane the best Disc Drill made, buy the Superior. In offering the Snperior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard county we do not offer them an experiment, but a SUCCESSFUL RE- Iise Drill. G. S. GAINES, Agt., Lancaster, Ky. Mail LIFE fflSHMCE PLEASE REMEMBER. I again appeal to those indebted to settle their To save further trouble, accounts. come at once. My accounts are due and must be settled. I don't want to me to come forward and SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO McEo,berts'Drug, Store. WMMYjII Enelish.-Mathematic- give my accounts to an officer. MISS SALLIE TILLETT. Robinson & Hamilton Office over Post Office. figts KENTUCKY Lancaster. : : : Kentucky MU Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itching and smarting and its continued use effects a permasent cure. It also cures itch, barber's fMr- almost-instantl- "S. ter. Kt. BEAZLEY, cross-farin- Teeth filled and extracted with ont pain. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. Office over J. R. Haselden't scald bead, sore nipples, itching pUesv hardware store, next to Court House, Lancas chapped hands, chronic sore eyes aad DENTIST. graaiuaiea nas. ' Bring us your Job Printing. Dr. Caiy V C4ttba tartars for horses are the best tosic; blood ynrtter aBdverHufag. Price, 8f nyrta SoMfcy Laaeute-Z- r B.E. Mc&oberts, Drag-gist- , TRUTH IS THE il H L Many economise ' it as much, as they do the Almighty Dollar. Times WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Toll Secured. lO OFFERED. Orex. NEVER 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. CLEANINGJohn Anderson gave a hay ride nesday night - -- IT.2D PBESSHT-G-- . J. L. Frohman &Co, WOrVXEXITJL Always this time of the year my desire is to get rid of nil iue gooas m my line "wnetner l get cost or not and. my customers always reap a great "benefit. This time my bargains will "be first coming will get the Cream, All goods in the millinery line go in this sale. so HE GLOBE Telephone 136, Wed- Danville, Ky, GOING DOWN HILL. People suffering from Kidney Diseases, feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality. They should lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure, a Guaranteed Preparation, GREATER THAN EVER, MRS. MOODY HARDEN. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, August 10, - - 1898 T)T?DOrkTA T X G. S. Gaines made a business trip to Eanville Monday. IL II. Batson. is in the cities purchasing' fall goods. "Willie West has accepted a position with It. IL Batson. Mr. T. J. Hatcher has heen on the sick list for several days. lion. Bob Harding and wife, of Danville, were here Tuesday. Misses Sallie and Lil Noel, of Danville, were here Saturday. Ihc Misses Wyatt. of Lexington, are guests of Mr. D. K Best. Miss Fannie Wallace is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Joe Robinson. Misses Mary Rout and Ella Dunn attended the Institute Friday. Miss Carrie Curtlcy, of Louisville, 's the guest of Mrs. II. Jennings. Littleton Rice, of Richmond, is visiting Bessie Batson, Danville Ave. Mr. Argo and wife, of Danville, were guests of Mrs. Frisbie Wednesday. Mr. John Shea, the enterprising tailor is in New York buying goods. Miss Bettie Broom, of Miss., is the charming- guest of Miss Eudoxie Moss. Mrs Geo. Farris has returned home after a week's stay in Crab Orchard. Mr. W. II. Bush, of St Louis, is with his father - Dr. W. N. Bush, this city. Miss Mary Gray, of Mace, Indiana, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Kitty Waites. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mount, of Lagrange, are visiting in Lancaster and vicinity. J. Randolph Harris left this week for Arkansas, after a two week's visit Miss Itatfe Henry has returned from a visit to Mrs. J. E. Carson, of Crab Orchard. Elder Jesse Walden and Lady have returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Mattie Buchanan, of Campbells ville, is visiting her sister, M rs. J. H. McMurtry. Miss Alice Arnold, of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Lucy Arnold on Dan- ville street Mr. Henry Boyle and wife, of Cincinnati, are visiting1 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Boyle. Tom Eason, the popular Cincinnati Southern mail clerk, was with his mother Saturday. Miss Jennie ICavanaugh, of Upper Garrard, spent last week with Mrs Geo. D. Robinson. Messrs Jordan and Young, of spent the former part of the week in our city. Corporal, H. B. Robinson, of the 2nd Kentucky, who is at home, on a is sick of fever. Mr. Georje Dunn and Miss Alice Baughman, of Danville, were in the city Sunday afternoon. Col. John W. Miller has returned home after an extended Northern tour, with his fine race mare. JohnF. Lear has returned from a wejk.s visit to Crab Orchard Springs, much improv.-- in health. Misses Beula Grimes and Sallie L. Myers returned home Saturday from a pleasant visit to Perry ville. Geo. D. Lusk who is now located at Murphy, Anderson, county, was at home a few days this week. Mr. Saullej' Hughes and M:ss Olivia Sweeney were Miss Annie Francis guests at I'aiut Lick Sunday. Gen. D, R. Colli jr. Ju.lge W. E Walker and Jas. I. Hamilton-werin Lexington a few days this week. Miss Bessie Patten who has been spending several days with Mrs. Edd Price, returned home Saturday. Mises Lizzie Montgomery, of Pe.ul Walicer, of Terry ville, are guests of Mrs. Delia Arnold. Lieutenant, D.llon, of the Fourth Ky., Regiment, visited his grand father, Capt Boston Dillon this week. Mesdames Theo. Carrey and J. C Hemphill have returned from a visit to Mrs. Fisher Gaines, of Danville. Miss Josie Stevens, of Crab Orchard, who has been the charming guest of Miss Annie Austin has returned home. Rev. T. n. Campbell will take a vacation of several weeks visiting his mother and other relatives in Virginia. Mrs. J. L. Eastman, of Columbus, 0., has returned home after an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Kinnaird. Mrs. S. B. Henry and daughter, Miss Bettie and Miss Florence Harris spent Monday with Mrs. J. W. Proctor, of Danville. Mr. J. (i. Sweeney and daughter, Mrs. J. B. Collier, are visiting Mr. Wm. Jones and family near Pine Grove, Clark county. Misses Lizzie and Bruce Pumphrey have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Wilmore, Lexington and Nicholasville. Nicho-latville Mitch-elsbur- fcrab g Mr. C C. Umber and daughter, of Oklahoma, and Mr. Henry Fish, of Mt Vernon, Ky., are guests of W, A. Arnold and family. Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and ba Several negroes were before Judge Brown Tuesday, for fighting on B ittle happy. Row. The Ju lga gave each of them Mrs. Moody Hardin has sold her Look out for your wheel. a fine of S10 and cost. m'llinary goods to Miss S.illie Noel. Th i Jessamine Journal says: A clevar Unusually low excursion rate to Cin- swindling scheme is being worked by Mrs. D M Lackey handsomely entertained Friday evening, in honor of cinnati, Queen fc Crescent Route to a pair of smart fellows in various parts Sept MO. of the country. Oae goes through the Miss Louise Kauffraan's guests, Misses G. A. R Encampment country on a good bicycle and whea Shickelford and Greenleaf, of Rich- Tickets te I September 3rd to 9th. he strikes a lively town he claims to mond. "Care makes luck." Farmersalways be hard up and offers to sell the wheel Mf. John Chism, of Friar's Point, will have good luck with their hogs to get some money. Farmers' Miss., and Mr Tom Dunn, of Danville, when fed Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy, the cheap came down from Crab Orchard Springs only reliable menicine for swine. hoys admire bicycles and bite readily s List week to visit Mr. T. B. Robinson Thousvnds of testimonials from lead- paying a smill price for a and family. ing breeders and feeders. For sale by wheel. After a few days the other sharper turns up and claims to be looklm Mrs. S D Rothwell of Dripping J. M Higfrinbotham. ing for a man who stole his wheel. He Springs, was here one da3' last week. describes it well, giving the number, Wanted. She was accompanied b Miss B uce, 150,000 bushels of wheat delivered and the owner has to part with it of Stan orJ, who is spending' several at our warehouse. Highest cash price The sharpers raise from twenty to fordays at the Springs. paid on delivery. Best lump and block ty dollars a trip and start to greener Misses Darcas Leavcll, Jennie Pittsburg coal, 9e. Salt, Lime, Sand, Geld. and Fannie Francis, three prom- Cement and farming implements. l'roiperity. ising young school teachers, of Upper C. C. Gi.as- - & lino. Every indication points to a season Camp Nelson, Ky. Garrard, visited Mrs. A. W. Kavanaugh of national and local prosperity. Our last week and attended the institute. exports, for the last Fiscal year, yieldHold Your Orders. The Middlesborough News says: I will be hotter equipped than ever, ed a much larger sum than for several Henry Sandifer, son of J. P. Sandifcr, in the Fall, to sell you a suit of years past, and the proclamation of formerly of this city, but now of Cov- clothes, at the lowest prices, guaran peace will add new territory and stimington, is the latest Mi Idlesboroughian teeing a perfect fit I will have Sam- ulate business generally. An era of heard of to go in the volunteer army. ples from best houses in Louisville, prosperity and improvement is especHenry is with an Ohio cavalry compa- Chicago, Philadelphia and Buffalo. ially noticeable in this city and vicinity. Dr. J. B. and R. Kinnaird, XV. J. ny and is now in camp at Knoxville. Look before buying. Romans, Dr. n. C. Herring and others M. D. nughes, Agent Judge J. C. Hemphill called county are building pavements, iu comp'iance clerk Duncan to the telephone oilice, Successful Meeting;. with orders issued by the city fathers. stating that a party in Stanford wantRev. J. A. D. Corbert, of Tennessee, Messrs. Pence and Greening, of Staned to talk with him. Mr. Duncan said who went to Mt Hebron several weeks ford, are preparing to burn a brick that he could not hear over the wires ago to visit friends, by request, held kiln near towr, which indicates clearbut, on being told that Hon. R. C. a fifteen daj-- meeting, assisted by G. ly that some of our burnt districts are Warren was the party, he went and W. Thompson. The- - report good be- to be rebuilt. There is also talk of a heard it distinctly, saying that he havior, excellent crowds, and seven tobacco manufactory, and it is not un- and give a ticket with each purchase of goods. A certain could have heard him as well without additions. The choir was conducted likely that such things should occur a telephone. number of these tickets entitles you to by E. D. Lawson, organist, Miss Ella when much capital will be thrown on the market, when our banks reduce The impromptu hop given by Bourne. the gallant young men of Lancaster, at their capital stack, and it will not be The Mot Fatal Disease. the Masonic Hall Monday evening was It is not generally known that more allowed to remain inactive, while a the most enjoyable of the season. The adults die of Kidney trouble than of good investment can be made at home, youug ladies never looked lovlier and any other disease. When the first no one being willing to try boomed CALL AND LET US we venture to say that a prjttier lot symtoms of this disease appear, no towns again. It is estimated that capnever assembled than tripped the light time should be lost in taking Foley's ital, invested in the Opera House fantastic on this occasion. Following Kidney Cure, which is guaranteed or bloe'c, or in the Miller squire, would is a list of those present: Misses Mary money refunded. lm surely yield 10 per cent, and it is a mystery why buildings have not been Miller, Carrie Currey, Julia Mae and Supjier at Hubble. Nannie Gaines, Maggie Tomlinson, erected some time ago 'Jhrift and The Christain church at Hubble will prosperity were en j lyed by those who Mariannie Wilmore and Mary Welch, e owned buildings, on those lots, before of Nicholasville, Lena Gordon Tillett, give a supper at Bright's on Friday night. Aug. 20, for the bene- they were destroyed by fire. Nell Marrs, May Hughes, Mattie KfilGHTS Or PYTHIAS. Nannee Harris, Sadie iBaughman, fit of the church. The charges will onj ! MARKSBURY. ly be 2.j cents for a good meal. All are of Richtnojd, Bella and Allie Arnold Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights List Saturda3 evening al number of ani the Misss Wyatt, of Lexington, invited to be present, and enjoy tlu ocof Pythias, meets every Thursday i young people stormed Miss Sallie HerMr. Will Elkin and wife, of Atlanta, casion. Mrs. Eiza Engleman Harris night iu Odd Fellows hall. All visring in honor of her guest Miss Georgia, R. Kinnaird and wife, iting Knights are fraternally inviThe choice of one's friends has much Georgia Henry. The boys gave a treat Juo. E. Stormes and O. F. G. B. Swixebroad, C. C. ted. Messrs. Charlie and Fred Frisbie, to do with one's li'e. Be friendly with of water melon's and the evening passJ. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. John and Ed Doty, Marksbury, Kin- all as far as possible and above all, ed off pleasantly. AMERICAN naird, Shugars, Batson, Kirby, Biazley, avoid seeming to feel above others, but Last Sunday was quite an uulucky 'I Iladen, of Lexington, Swinebroad, Hen habitual association with people of day to Mr. XV. II. Bo.'ie. 0.1 his way 1AL.L lfO ViZfJ Herndon, Joe Haselden, Louis, Willie questionable habits and law moral from Danville his buggy wheels lock-e- l A fence that always keeps its shape Sunn! Jrww t!sat J!v tone can only bring handships to any and Charlie West and caught fire after remeding that that way young man who allows himself to drift his horse lost a shoe and he was com- because it's builtsize ICDthln? but larce heavily galvanized wire made of best Uessemet steel t fed in its con. i One Minute Cough Cure surprises into society. Ex. pelled to call on a blacksmith to have junction ame in all the so different styles people by its quick cures and children it replaced, in taking the horse from nude turns all kinds of stock anil leaves the Remarkable but True. while the fence stands strong si ck he broke a shaft after some may take it in large quantities withand sturdy. "Uncle" Claybourne Lear will be 92 the buggy Bogie Mr. was thank ul to arout the least dinger. It has won for mates an ad THIS liinge-joi". years old in November, and reads with delay Li s t r1 ij I t any further acitself the best reputation of any prepjustable 'fence and pro out spectacles. He can thread the rive at home without aration used cident for colds, crouo, smallest needle, and he can hit a if a vpnQ ctnir tvirp; from tickling in the throat or obstinate Mr. Joshua Sutton, of Co. L. 2ndKy. t Ol&c? bending piece, ten paces away, nine times coughs. Stormes Drug Store. Regiment is at home quite sick with lm 1 H fTP. 3 out of ten, with a rifle. His general THAT Miss Georgie Henry, of Lanimp makes as tight a health is good, this fact being proved measel's. visiting Miss Sallie Herring. caster is 'iceinsummerasin win-by the splendid garden which he culMiss Annie Stout, of Dmville, visited and prcventsstay wire tivated, with his own hands, this year. Miss Georgia Dunn, 'last week. Mr. His talks of olden times, are very en- J. L. Royston, a prominent druggist of oai being displaced To Obtain Roaster Free. tertaining. l3tbo best Mrs. There's no fence that excels lireirulfirttie for T;n::e Tmte. Oorrpc. all St Louis is the guest of his sisterJessala i 'mie urcans. MumMbo W. T. Dunn. Miss McCartey, of a!ce:i for Cfcsirc ef L.'e anil and few, if any, as good. Narrow Escape. Plas'er; ' 4 Ttiw" liavo EtjtxitUe mine is visiting Mrs. J. C. Boner. Miss Manufactured by at iet for twenty yenrs. The horse driven by Misses Amie Jennie Pollard is spending a week has .OZU STEL ANDWI.1E CO., PITTSBURG, PA. Crab Orchard. Miss Lillie Sutton Davison, little Theo Hemphill Irene ron SALS BY returned from a vistit to Miss Sallie Romans, began kicking on public Ray at McCreary. square in front of Stormes1 drug store Robinson, For sale by IL E McKoberts.Lancaster You invite disappointment when you J.C. Wednesdoy morning and started down experiment DeWitt's Little Early RiDanville pike. Miss Davidson manag sers are pleasant, easy, thorough little ed to hold to the horse, also the little pills. They cure constipation and sick ones in the pheaton until Mr. Booth headache iust as sura as you take by caught Thompson, who wes near lm them. Stormes Drug Siore. the horse. Weare glad to say no one first-clasnig-gin- s. TABLEWARE FREE We have received an s M HI IF SILVERWARE A PIEGE OF SILVERWP EXPLAIN. FREE. shool-hous- El-ki- Mes-da.u- ip 4 If Til-le- t; i Field Fencing. j 1 y ten-ce- HOW a r, Lancaster. was hurt E'der W. P. Walden, wife and babe, Prohibition Convention. Mary Brewer, after a pleasant visit to As per announcement in the columns Lancaster, have returned to their Call at my store and we will explain. of this paper, the Prohibitionists of home in Bloom field, Ky. this (the 8th) congressional district, Talk about cheap goods, when yon buy of on Miss Mary L. Grimes is at Crab Orch- me you know you buy the best. We allow no held a convention in Nicholasville Q3 i W- ard Springs this week from there will one to und ersell us on same grade of goods last Monday, the 15th, at which our Sfi go to Lexington to visit her aunt, Mrs. If we lend money we want interest. If we ex- countyman, .Mr. O. T. Wallace, was NOW OPEN change goods for dollars, we want a very small elected permanent chairman of the W. H. Bright, of West 4th St margin. Buy of us and get pure groceries. meeting, and Mr. O. T. Soper, of Jescw C00L, secretary, who were continued Josh Sutton, of Chicamauga, came eg home on a furlough Monday, having DO NOT RUN AFTER THE samine, permanent officers of the DisEXHILARATING, ft as the RESTFUL recovered sufficiently to make the trip trict Committee. Resolutions were CHEAP JOHNNIES. adopted, and Col. JW. H. Zeigler. of after a severe spell of meazlcs. S MUSIC, Jessamine county, was nominated the Lytle Roy ton, of St Louis, Mo., Call ani Enjoy a Pleasant CM. parties candidate for congress at the AMUSEMENTS, has returned home after a visit to relapproaching November election. ResGOOD LIVING. atives at Marksbury and Paint Lick, Pleased to see you. olutions and fuller proceedings will the first trip to Ky. for 18 years. appear in next week's issue. We unNO WORRY HERE. C$For terms address derstand that CoL Zeigler will make a John M. Farra is at Lieutenant, thorough canvass of the entire disa ten (JJo-uHofmann, Prop'r.gS home, from Chicamauga, onremarktrict; and will doubtless challenge the days furlough. He is looking other candidates for joint discussion. ably well and is full of patriotism. Orchard amaNUB! AN TEA cares Dyspep- sia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. P4f Pldnirv Springs. v W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & V Gulley. First-Cla- s LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES BPKCIAL ATTENTION TO H. M. BALLOU. TRAVEUMTMEN MMIMUMMMMMIMMMM EVERY BRIDE KENT.CLY CROP BfQRT. Ccs4ttfosi o? Croc arid TAva Stocc Aug nst 1st, 139S. For the August report are received and wife shoujd know about the pre paration that for half a century has from 152 correspondents, representing been helping expectant mothers bring 103 counties. WHEAT. little ones into the world without dagger and the hundred and one Threshing Iris progressed favorably discomforts and distractions throughout the wheat belt during July incident to child-birtIt and the result in the various States is applied externally, which is the only way to get relief. Medicines taken internally JO.jiiA will not help and may result in harm. Scrofula, a Vile Sabstlaa Inheritance. Sussa Taylor. Mr. end Mrs. Tbomp weye in Richmond on business. Miss Marie Dunn, who is lot wk 90. FOE SALE! Two farms, one containing t2 acres the other Good farming land, comfortable dwelling houses ;aud convenient Will give liberal terms to purchaser. For particulars apply to H.D. AI.DRIDGE, Marksbury, Ky aim. Mother's Friend fits and prepares every organ, muscle and part of the body for the critical hour. It of its robs child-birt- h tortures and pains Baby's coming is made quick and easy. Its action is doubly bene- v ficial if used during the whole period of pregnancy. SI per bottle at all drug stores, or sent by mail on receipt of price. Books Free, containing valuable infor mation to all women, will be sent to any address upon application by The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta. Ga. I FARM AND STOCK NOTES. If the raising of sheep and cattle is to be made really profitable, it is necessary that they be handled more systematically than has been done by the majority of farmers. A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One minute Cough Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the r.ght spot, reliable and just what is wanted. It acts at once. Stormes Drug Store. lm A good field of corn fodder helps to make one somewhat independent of fall pastures. It is a good thing to have ready to fall back upon in a good many emergencies of tock feeding. Large flocks of sheep do Dot pay so well, relatively, as smaller ones. Farmers frequently overstock themselves with sheep, and then complain that they do not paj'. They will not thrive if crowded, and this is a primary cause cf disease. In handling a young horse work on both sides of him. Whenever he is uneasy at any part of the process of harnessing try to remove his fear before going further. Teach him all the time t:iat while he must submit to your will there is no danger of injury for him to fear. When you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't accept anything eUe. Don't be talked into accepting a substitute, for piles, for sores, for burns. Stormes Drug Store. lm The supply of American horses for foreign cavalry service during the last year took 70,000 horses from this country, and the requirements of the United States army are now for about Neither of these demands are at all likelp to diminish and the armies of Europe will certainly take many more if a larger number suitable for their service is raised. Alex Gibbs bought of J. C Eubanks thirty-si- x cattle at 4c, to go August 1st Lynn sold a d of heifers at Lexington Saturday at F.P. Bishop sold to E. P. Woods 10 spring calves at S14 and bought of Josiah Bishop a bunch ofsheep at S3. Lynn & Wood shipped to Cincinnati Tuesday 5240 lambs and wethers which they bought recently at 2 Jc for the wethers and for the lambs. In terior Journal. Boyle Items; E. P. Faulconer will have another horse sale in January. Dick Cobb, Jr., bought of W. IL and Luther Underwood thirty-fiv- e yearling cattle, to go October 15th, at four cts. George F. Anderson sold to Ike Dunn fifty ewes at 3.50, and to Eobeit, Stephens fifty at the srme pr'ce. Scott Hudson, with o Louise Mi c took a heat from the great Directum Kelley in the 2:20 trot at Terre Haute, Friday. He made it in 2:13K and got sicjnd money, S500. Kelley-gthe next three heats in 2:13 2:15 2:13 4 There was a fair crowd in town today, but it was rather a dull court There were very few cattle on the market The best lot was a bunch of 700 to 800 pound steers, sold by J. C. Johnson to M. J - Farris at 3 W. E. and Thomas Baughman have bought of the other heirs the old Baughman home place, on the new Lancaster road, at S40 per acre. The farm contains 325 acres. Mr. Tom Baughman will care for the place, W. E. remaining in town with the Hardware Company. Mr. and Mrs. John Baughman, nowli ving on the place, will also move to town. Advocate. About one month ago my child, which is fifteen months old, had aB attack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting. I gave it such remedies as are usually given in such cases, but as nothing gave relief, we sent for a physician and it was under his care for a week. At this time the child had been sick for about ten days and was having about twenty-fiv- e operations of the bowls every twelve hours, and we were convinced that unless it soon obtained relief it would not live. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy was recommended, and I decided to try it I soon noticed a change for the better; by its continued use a complete cure was brought about and C. L. healthy. if is now perfectly'Gilmer Bogge, Stumptown. Co., W. Vt. For sale by R. E. Mcttoberte. lm drouth-stricken 0. d car-loa710-ll-ot Scrofula is the most obstinate of blood troubles, and is often the result of an inherited taint in the blood. S. S. S. is the only remedy which goes deep enough to reach Scrofula; it forces out may be epitomized as follows: Ohio every trace of the disease, and cures has a fair yield of wheat of a good the worst cases. quality .Michigan, the yield and qualMy son, Charlie, was afflicted from Infancy ity are both excellent Indiana has a with Scrofula, and he suffered so that It was impossible to dress him light yield with quality good. IlliHis nois, with the exception of the south- for three years.were a head and body ern section and a few counties in the mass of sores, and his northeast, the yield and quality both eyesight also became poor. Wisconsin, the yield both satis- affected. No treatment we factory. Iowa, the yield and quality was spared that thought would relieve both better than was anticipated one him, rut he grew worse' until his condition was' month ago. Nebraska, the crop varies indeed pitiable. I had, widely in the several sections of the almost despaired of his ever being cured, when State and Svill average rather below by the advice of a friend we crave mm a. fc. s, than above the medium as to yield. (Swift's Sneciflek A de result, and after Kansas and Missouri, the crop failed cided improvement was the no one who knew he had taken a dozen bottles, to come up to the very poor prospects of his former dreadful condition would have recognized him. sores on his of July 1st. Much of the acreage re have healed, his All the perfectly clear bodv and skin is restored mained uncut, and of that which was smooth, and he has beenmrs. a. a. to perfect ncaiiu. mabrt, 360 Elm St., Macon, Gs. harvested a large per cent proved unmerchantable. For "real blood troubles it is a waste Spring wheat prospects have improv- of time to expect n cure from the doced inasmuch as the threatened injury tors. Blood diseases are beyond their from mst did not occur to the extent skill, awnt s apecinc, anticipated. In Kentucky the month of July has been favorable to threshing, with the exception of the last week of the reaches all d cases which month when frequent showers put a other remedies have no effect upon. It only blood remedy guaranteed stop to further progress. Much less is the than the usual amount has been thresh purely vegetable, and contains no pot mercury, or other mineral. ed to date, due to farmers having their ash, Books mailed free to any address by crop in stack j.nd preferring to hold Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. it in j that form. The question "has yield equalled SWEENEY. expectations" resulted in 70 replies in the affirmative and 07 in the negative. O. B. Perkins sold to G. II. HenderIn 189" the same question elicted 100 answers in the affirmative and 11 in son one calf for 23, also one cow and calf to Jim Bowrins for $31. the negative. To the question on quality 64 corresThe county road is being worked pondents set it d own as "good," 59 as this week by some of our most ener "average" and 18 report it "bad," In getic young men. Miss Laura Smith and Miss Sallie 1897 110 correspondents reported quality "good," 5 an "average" and no re- Tillett, of Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. J. L. McCarley, 'lhursday. ports of bad quality were received. On the subject of free marketing of Misses Dixie Kempdr, of Marksbury, the crop 18 correspondents say it is and Sadie Menzies, of Louisiana, have being sold as threshed and 124 say it is returned to Marksbury, after a pleas being held for higher prices. ant visit to friends in this vicinity, The average price for No. 2 wheat, Miss Helen Province left Thursday for August 1st, was 68c In 1897 the price Missouri, where she will make her future home, much to the regret of her at the same data 00c many friends here. A. D. Henderson, CORN. The corn crop as a whole presents a of Wallaceton, and A. F. Caldwell, of vary satisfactory condition. Portions Cartersville, visited friends here last of the State embracing the entire week and attended the Institute at counties of Carroll, Gallatin, Trimble, Lancaster. Truth wears well. People have Kenton, Campbell, Grant and Bracken in the central section, with portions learned that DeWitt's Little Early of the counties of Muhlenberg, Meade Risers are reliable little pills for reguand Breckinridge in the western and lating the bowels, curing constipation Pulaski and Laurel in the eastern sec- and sick headache. They don't gripe. tion, suffered serious injury from Stormes Drug Stsr.e. lm drouth, which was not relieved until Much of the injury will be July SPOONVILLE. pennauent and the crop of these counOur farmers are busy this week ties will be short, percentage running as low as 40 in Bracken, 50 in Kenton housing their tobacco. and 53 in Campbell county. Ashby Sebastian has purchased the In the western section, in addition farm belonging to Willie Ross for to the injury from drouth in Breckin500. ridge, Muhlenberg and Meade counSome thief made a raid on Nat Cotties, a section, composed of the coun- ton's bee house one night last week, ties of Todd, Webster and Crittenden, and took a flue lot of his honey. have suffared from an excess of moisMr. Lawrence Lane departed this ture. Some damage from chich bug is also reported from this section. No life last Saturday morning. His death very low percentage of condition is re- was a surprise to his many friends, heart trouble being the cause. He was ported frem the western section. The condition for the State averages quietly laid to rest in the family bury ing ground Sunday. 97, which is an improvement of one Mr. Eli Wrilliams was taken on sur point during July. On August 1st, 1897, the condition was 93, and on prise last Saturday by a number of his same date of 1896 the condition was 85. friends, who prepared a birthday dinIn the three subdivisions of the ner for him. About one hundred were State the condition averages 98 for the present, and all say they never saw a central and 100 for the eastern. The more bountiful table spread. Master Millard Dunn, of Bourne, condition improved materially during the month in the western section spent last week with his aunt, Mrs. while it appears to have fallen off slightly in the central. In the eastern section the condition remains exactly QUUEN as reported July 1st teaching school on Paint Lick creek, visited home folks last week and attended the Institute. Porter Prewitt, of Jessamine, visited relatives in this vicinity last week. For broken surfaces, sores, insect bites, burus, s'cin diseases and especially piles there is one reliable remedy, Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve. When you cill for DeWitt's don't accept counterfeits or frauds. You will not be dhappoint2d with DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Stormes Drug Store, lm Soifa Mutual OF LEXINGTON, KY. Hi ill Co., VALUABLE Garrari Conaty Farm for Sale. Broaddus' heirs, I Geo. Geo. Geo. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Geo. Over $110,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Matured July 1898: D. Robertson. Lexinston, Ky D. Robertson. Lexington, Ky D. Robsrtson. Lexingtog. Ky S. J. Tavlor. Lexington, Ky Ellen O'Day, Lexington, Ky A. J. Taylor, Lexington. Ky D. Robertson, Lexington, Kv As agent of the MItchel will on the Name. Address. Cost. $31.50 30.50 OF SEPTEMBER 1898 at 10 o'clock, a m. on the paemlaes. sell pubPREACHERSVILLE. licly to the highest and best bidder the farm belonging to said heirs, containing 144 acres. W. H. Cummins bought of S'.meon TERMS made known on day of sale. Blankiugship a calf for $18.00. Tula farm is situated one and one-hamiles from tanca-ter- , Ky., on the Bnckeve tnrnplke, G. A. Siler has returned from the with good dwelling and out houses. Tho farm mountains with a load of calves and is in high state of cultivation, all of it beiuR in grass except 40 acres, it being in corn. This sheep. is one of the beat watered farms lu Garrard The Adams heirs has sold th3 old county. I pleasure in showirg any one over aunt Bstsey An Adams farm here to the will take any time before the date of sale. place at W. M. BROADDUS, Agt. Mr. Bathema for $1,800. lothDAY $71.80 C'JZQ Paid. 66.80 79.43 79.43 73.43 61 8. 79.4.1 29.5J 34.50 30 33.50 S.S.S.eBlood deep-seate- Jno. Anderson traded a house and lot in Coibin to Richard Robinscn and bought it bae'e the same day. Dr. Brown made a business trip here Monday. Miss Ilattie Elmore is spending a few days with her sister at Jelli-cMiss Adia Cummins is visiting at her uncles, Mr. W. T. Pherigo at J. T. Payne and sister Miss ate, spent Sunday at Rowland. J. T. mmius and wife of Stanford was here last week. Willie Pettus, of Broadhead was at home this week for a few days. When You Take Tour Vacation the most necessary article to have with you (after your pocket book) is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements of the bowls caused by a change of water. You are likely to need it lm o. 1! of U. As agent of the Columbia Finance and Trust Coropmy, assignee of Commercial Building Trust Co.. of Louisville, Ky. I will on the s6th day of September, 1898 at 10 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 lu county Ky., about 9 miles from Lancaster and 7 miles from Danville on the Fishers Ford Turnpike containing 94 ACRES with a Good House and other necessary improvements. Said land is iu a good state of cnltivation. 40 acres of which can eo in wheat this fall and the rest in grass. Said land is known as the j no. ij. simtn larm. TERMS One third cash. and balance in one and two years equal payment with (5 per ccui uu ueierea payments irom uay 01 sale un- til paid. THAT B ATTLE SHIP. l'injosu Slxcan Mi-- f Ii.r uiu Vssel by the Ilurotb is "The Wtr:in" tins "t KarroiUburg. Ky., Aug. 10. Assignee of Commercial Building Trust. Captaiu I. M. Duuu, auctioneer. Columbian Finance aud Trust T. B. ROBINSON. Agt. Co, IlAi:i:orsi:ui:G, A re- Executors' Sale! As Executor of the late will of Wyatt Hughes dec d. we will on cent dispatch outlined u scheme of the Mexican veterans to bii introduced at their next annual meeting, to be Id I here o.i the 20th proximo. The proposition is that veterans of either war who draw a government pension contribute one month's pension for the purpose of raising a suflicient fund to build and equip the costliest warship ever undertaken in the history of the world, to be presented to "Uncle Sam." It was stated that the great naval wonder was to be called "The Mexican wherein tlse name suggested by the oriyinatorof .uc project, CoL Creth llobinscn, an.l heartily favored by all who are intertsted ..- "'The Veteran." The veterans hero regret the error, and fear that the pensioners of the late war will not take to the scheme so readily, aud they say that they have never even thought of any name for the ship, but "The Veteran." - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1S98, sell to the highest bidder The Farm, about two miles from Danville, on the Pleasant Hill turnpike, containing about The place adjoins the farms of J. C. Caldwell W. T. Robinson, and others. The place contains a dwelline. two barns and neces. sary The soil is fertile, in a high state of cultivation, and splendidly wot, ered. Also, at the same time and place, the lUUUWIIlg 210 ACRES! PERSONA LITY! Vet-tran- ," brood mares and mule colts, (i head of fine woric mules, 4 milk cows and calves, 3 head of fine hogs. 60 acres of corn iu the field, Si acres of hay iu the stack, a lot of farming nten-sil1 rockaway, 1 buggy, household and kitch7 Doves for S.c. So. titers. Bowling Gueen, Ky., Aug. 12. KenEl'HRIAM HUGHES, GEORGE HUGHES. tucky has now a great many soldiers J. B. HUGHES. who arc ill in the hospital at Executors. and a movement is on foot to ship to thjin a big lot of nicely dress- Go on the ed doves. This is now the dove season, and the fi. Ids are full of them. The DANVILLE STAGE LINE. plan is to have 16 or 20 men, in squads of four or five, to take one day for Lv. Lancaster 8 a.m. Ar. Danville 10:20 a.m. hunting, and turn over all the birds to Lv. Danville 2 p.m. Ar. Lancaster 4 0 p.m. a committee here, who will have them dressed, put op ice and shipped away Makes connection with 4:50 train for tliis week Uhese birds at this season Richmond. Can be found at Stodgill's of the year are young, juicy and deStable or Clemens Hotel. licious, and will, no doubt, be appreciated by the sick soldiers. R. KINNAIRD'S Chicka-maug- en furniture. The sale will be held on the premises, and commence at 9 o'clock, a. m. sharp. d TERMS : The land will be sold for cash, balance in two equal payments of one auu two years, wun b per cent, interest on deferred payments from day of sale. TLe ner- sonal property will be sold on the following terms: Sums of $10 and under, cash in hand. over $iu, turee mouths time without interest V. O.Nichols, Lonlsville, Ky...I Talitha Heathman, Lexington Kv Louis ssamuen. Lexiugtou. Kv H. A. Welch, NIcholasville, Kv r MeElroy, Lexington Ky Herman Letteuhouse, Louisville, ky i.em ong, Louisville. Ky R. Arnspiger. Lexicgton, Ky Rteveas & Marshall. Winchester, Kv ". K.J. DIrtrich, Louisville. Ky John L. Fisher. Louisville, Ky Formau & Flood. Lexington, Ky Kate Young. Louisville. Kv Mm. S.J. Taylor, Lexington, Ky Lillie U. Young, Lexington, Kv E. S. I'urtur. Louisville, Kv Sallie Bishop. Leesburg, Ky J. D. Purcell, Lexington. Ky Asa Dodge Lexiugtou, Kv Francis A. Powell. Lexington. Kv Chas. F. Stelmvehr. Itockwood. Tenu Perry Crostwaite. Lexiugtou Ky J. M. aud John Skain, Lexingtlu Ky Carrie Rapp, Louisville. Ky Maggie D. Hurries, I.exington.Ky Sandy Jackson, X. MIddietowu, Ky R. F. Johnson, Baltimore, Md Moggie I). Burrier, Lexington. Ky D. B. Good. Lexington. Ky Dr. A. P. Taylor. Lexington. Ky Anna Schmidt, Louisville, Ky Phil Rarick, Nicholasville Kv Fronk Keenhurt. Louisville. Ky John A. Iluguely. Uurgiu. Ky 0. A. Culver, Louisville. Ky Sallie Sanders, Louisville, Ky . C. L. Spangler. Louisville. Ky C. L. Parker, Somerset. Ky Jc J. M. & John Skaln, Lexington. Ky J. M. John Sktiiu. Lexington. Ky Miss Alica Adams. Louisville. Ky Amanda J. Brittingham. Le xing.on. Ky Mrs. Hattie F. Hecht. Louisville, Ky Sue M. Gentry, Danville, Ky Thomas L. Given, Fleniingsburg, Ky Lafon Rickur, Harrodsburg, Ky W. H. For.l, Lexington, Ky W. II. Ford. I.exington.Ky W.H.Ford. Lexington. Ky Robert Weils. GeOOgetoivii, Ky F. H. Norton. Lexington. Ky J.S Chrisman. Danvillk. Ky Jotnes Ravcucraft. Lexington, Ky Maggie Smith. Lexiugtou. Ky . E. F. Gaines, Danville, Kp J. D. Purcell, Lexington. Ky The Morning Herald, Lexington. Ky Miss Anna Knokle. Lexington. Kv Emll llhardt,, Nicholasville, Ky J. S. Chrsniaii, Danville, Kv W. B.CassIdy. Madisonvillc. O W. J. Loughridge. Lexington, Ky K. W. LeCaiu. Cincinnati. O Mary Atkins, Lexington. Ky O. S. Williams. Burgin. Ky Victor S. Leavel, Lancaster. Ky Kate S. Brown, Lexiugtou, Ky Kate S. Brown, Lexin7ton, Kv ....... Kate S. Brown, Lexington, Ky A, S Bowmau, Lexington. Ky S. S. Wells. Georeetown. Ky T. B. Crutcher, Nicholasville, Ky Thos A. Bollautyne, Cincinnati, O Thos. A. Baliautyue. O Shookum Guice Pool, Lexington, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Kexingion. Ky Shookum Gulch Pool. Lexington, Ky Shookum Culch Pool. Lexington, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool' Lexington, Ky Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky S. i . L.eavei. ancoster ivy John Walsh. Maysvilie, Ky Hon. W. C. P. Breeckmridire. Lcxiucton. Kv John R. Allen, Lexington.Ky Alice Nuss, Lonlsjille, Ky John C. Lewis, Georgetown. Ky Mrs. Mattie Hervey, Nicholasville, Ky R. C. Morgou. Lexington, Ky F. M. Drake, Grand Rapids, Mich 340 3150 '9.5o 34.50 27 ."0 33 50 :Jl 77.06 77.(W C6j0 77.06 6o.au 74.32 7I-- 32.50 32.50 32.50 32.50 72 7I,0 .e.50 31 50 31.50 31.50 .51.50 31.50 74.32 71.32 71 H0 7I..M) 71.b0 i6.50 3o 50 30.50 29.50 29.50 21.50 27.50 26.50 2s.5o . 25.50 27.50 26.50 2C.Vi 64.32 59.41 69 30 69 "o 6.fc0 6S.M) 59.41 61X1 59.41 ! 710 230 6t5 59.41 59.41 5C 97 56.97 6.97 49.7(1 52.04 56.97 25 50 25.50 22.50 23.50 lii.50 22.50 20.5U 20.50 25.0 52.04 4247 49.76 45.02 45.02 45.02 33 45 42.47 42.47 3S.GS 2t)D 1XS0 19X0 I9.f0 17.50 VfM . 17.50 17X0 17X0 16X0 17X0 16X0 15..".0 40.31 oH.fcs 38 03, 35.71 3.03 3S.0JA 26.69 26.6!) 33.45 31.17 12X0 12X0 .15X0 14X0 14X0 13X0 11X0 13X0 12X0 12X0 11X0 11.50 12X0 12 50 .12X0 11X0 11.50 10X0 6X0 6X0" 11X0 11X0 11X0 11X0 11X0 11X0 31J7 29.02 31.17 2J.47 29.02 26.60 26.69 2t 47 21.47 26.69 26.69 26.6"J 14Xi 2147 24 47 22.25 12X7 12.57 24.47 24.47 21.47 24.47 21.47 24.47 21.47 22.2.1 . ........ ........ ...... ujo 10X0 10X0 8X0 9X0 10X0 9X0 8.50 9X0 ;si7 17.44 20.06 22.25 20.06 17.44 20.06 A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, For particulars call on J. C. Hemphill, local apt, Lancaster, Ky. ISlllll SJIBJ 1 Governor Eur used to Pardon. Fkankfokt, Ky., Aug. 15. Gov. & CRESGENT TOBACCO. Tobacco has not fared well during July. The wide difference in the condition of the early and late set tobacco was reaccentuated during the month and it now appears that a very little of the late setting can be counted upon to make either a good yield or a good quality of the article. So pronounced are reports on these points that it may be set down as assured that the anticipated large crop will not be realized. The increase in acreage, which was estimated at 23 per cent, compared with the acreage of 1897, would give scarcely a normal acreage, since the acreage of 1897 was abnormally small. In the central or Burley district the increase was notably small, 9 per cent The largest increase, 36 per cent , being reported from the eastern section, where but a small propotion of the crop is grown, greatly strengthens this view of the case. The crop shows an average condition of 83 for the State, which is a falling off of 9 points during July. On August 1st, 1897, the condition was 01, and for a corresponding date of 1890 it was 87. PASTUBES AND LIVESTOCK. LOW RATES General Association of Colored Baptists of 2 Kentucky; jBVankfort, Ky., August 1898. Agents In Kentucky only will sell, Anderson County Fair; Lawrenceburg, Ry., August 189a Agents in Kentucky only will sell. Bradley refused to extend executive clemency in the case of Annie Spalding, sent up from Washington county for two years for grand larceny. In rejecting the petition he wrote the on the paper: "If I were to establish a precedent that persons in the penitentiary should be pardoned because of poverty or the sickness of their relatives it would result disastrously." ne also refused to pardon W. W. Mulholl, of Harlan county, convicted of bigamy. fol-in- g Insurance Agency Representing Over 357,000,000 In the following Fire Insurance Companies 2Etna of Hartford. via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points south, to the ai Trans-Mississip- pi Low Rates Exposition, Omaha. June 1st. International Meeting, Buffalo, July 14-1- 7. Against Crimp. Ky., Aug. 10. The recent increase of lawlessness in LouisA Campaign Louisville, ville has caused the city authorities to Tennesee Health Officers' Association; Nash- plan a campaign against crime. A 1898. conference was held Monday morning ville, Tenn., August Agents in Tennessee only will sell. by Mayor Weaver, the board of safety American Bankers' Association; Denver, and the criminal judges. The police will be instructed to exercise extraor, 1893. Colo., August dinary vigilance and the courts will Nash- make every etiort to hold and punish Miss ippi Valey MedicalAssociation; 1898. ville, Tenn., October evildoers. 23-2- Queen of America. National of Hartfort. Fhenix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and Merchaatile. German American of New York. Liverpool and London aad Globe. I also represent the old reliable B. Y. P. I). Knights Pythias Conclave, Indianapolis, August 2209. G. A. R. Encampment 0, Cincinnati, O., September 1898. New York Life Insurance COMPANY. BAIL ROAD TIME TABLES. K. south-b'nNorth-b'nd d Ask ticket Agents for particulars or apply to W. C. Rinearson, Q. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for free Books, flaps. Printed Matter, Time Tables, Rates and full information. Grand Pastures are good, with the excep tion of a portion of the central section, where it has been too dry; however. the condition averages 99. In the western section the condition compar ed with average years is 101. Live Stock are thrifty as a rule. The only disease noted outside of a normal num ber of reports of hog cholera is "pinkeye" among cattle in Carlisle county. Lucas Moobe, Commissioner of Agriculture. Dangerous Drinking Water. Death lurks in impure Water. It breeds diseases often in epidemic form. The first symptom is looseness of the bowels. These diseases are checked by taking Foley's Colic Cure. lm t CUBAN RELIEF cure IMMam CoUe, NeuralgteandTootbacke MMirS and Summer in five minutes. Sour Stomach Price, CompUiata. 25 CenU. Jackson, Ky., Aug. 13. It has now been definitely determined by physicians in charge that Granville Mcintosh, the young man who was taken sick at the Stedham house, in this Is a quality some newspapers have town, Tuesday morning, has a case of small-po- x Great lost sight of in these days of "Yellow" Journalism. They care little for the excitement prevails throughout the truth and a great deal for temporary community, and people are leaving in large numbers. sensation. Damage Suit. It is not so with The Dispatch. The success of The Dispatch rests upon its Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 13. A suit reliability. It prints the news all the for 5,000 damages has been filed news and tells the truth about it against W. H. Furr by Thomas Huthi-BoLast spring Furr placed poison ITS WAR NEWS SERVICE on bread for rats, which Huthison's Can not be excelled. It is gathered by children ate and narrowly escaped forty-tw- o war correspondents and death. Both are influential men. eight fast dispatch boats at the seat of war, and a salaried correspondent in every important city in the world. The most critical period of the war will be during peace negotiations. Get the paper that tells the truth. I have purchased the q Oob Motto: If you see it in the Dispatch it's so, and if it's so it is always B waiKer staDie ana am in the Dispatch. prepared to furnish the Dispatch news service is now The furnished by The New York Sun, The Chicago The Northern Press Association, The Leslie Syndi on the shortest notice. cate and a staff of correspondents in Kentucky, Teennesee and Indiana sec Special attention given ond to none on a Southern newspaper. Commercial Travelers. We club with The Weekly Louisville Dispatch; both papersue year f or the BICE BENGE. . low sum of f 1.25. Fountain United Order True Reforms; 1898. Richmond, Va., Sept Excitement lu Jac.tson County. C. Branch. RELIABILITY North-b'n- d South-b'n- d Mixed, passes Lancaster, II a a. m " Mixed, " 4:50 p. jc. " " Pass'gr 2:52 a. v The September Number of " " " 12:29 a.m. Queen & Crescent Bonte. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. 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