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NVitBF.K "SJWSPjSSS Are You Thinking I LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST, ; i 26. 1898. ; TSgaSHKgg' IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Light the road to the depot Smoke the Proctor Knott cigar. Proctor Knott cigars make a delicious smoke. Si wing machine needles and oil at Bourbon Steam Laundry Thompson's. ""v. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Will pay 8 or good fresh eggs, Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your II. B. North cotk5 R. tf orders at Sweeney's store. at Pure Every ambitious young man should Kandy Kitgmen. write now to Prof. W. It. Smith of the Closing out sale of belts and shir: Commercial College of Kentucky Unin, Ky., for a circular versity, W. I. Williams waist sets at Thompsons. Col. W.G.Welch. of his College. Lancaster. Stanford. Wanted More hustlers and fewer Night Policeman Petty is winning old, sour, of our people by prothe WELSH & WILLIAMS The best two horse wagon on the hibiting the midnight prowlers from elevating hades and disturbing the market at G. S. Gaines', sleeping citizens CinQueen & Crescent low rates to i;riik. cinnati, Sept 3rd to Dili. Law, Ed. A- - Dillehay, agt, of Danville, is Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer prepared to promptly fill orders for Ky. the Proctor Knott cigar. paving brick; will sell in Danville at Many sidewalks are being laid. SO. 50 or deliyer in Lancaster at S9.35 per thousand. AH business attended to promptly Keep the good work going. To Teachers. N ce farm of IS3 acres for sale. For The white teachers examination will price and terms call on J. M. Logan. be held at my office, Friday and SaturI would like to do your plain sew- day, August 19 and 20, and colored ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. teachers examination on the following Friday and Saturday August 20 and 27. The crowd attending circuit court is Miss Elisn J. Lusk. the smallest ever seen on similar occaCircuit Couit. sions. Court adjouraed from Friday until Low rates Cincinnati, Queen & Crescent during G. A. R. Encampment, Tuesday morning. Since last report V m. Potts was given five years in the Cincinnati. penitentiary for breaking into 'Squire A. Noel's house and stealing SU Speed BEAZLEY& BAU&HHAli We will give 9c r dozen for fresh Young got five ycarj for eggs this week. U.ne Grass Grocery. John Kerse3 who shot Henry FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Beazley, in Dancantown about one Queen & Crescent low excursion ratii year ago, was given five j'ears in the ARTERIAIy and CAVITY EM- G. A. II. Eneampmeun at Cincinnati pen; "Colonel" Coffee was fined S75 Ask your Agent and sent to jail six months for shoot-JaBALMING a SPECIALTY. Sigar; Robt. Boatley got S25 and The grand jury is wasting no time with 2x4 cases, hut has been putting in ten days for carrying a pistol. The trial of E lwiu Clouse for killing Win. good licks after bigger game. Buckeye Tree, is now in Carpets, &c. The Louisville Times aud Post can' Tracy, at The grand jury will adjourn progress. now be had on Sunday morning by today and have found about 25 indictcalling at McRoberts drugstore. ments. About having a Good Roof put upon your house? If you are, J. It. Haselden will be glad to give you figThere is no ures. wear out to a Good Tin Roof. The dove crop is short in Garrard. Poor House farm for rent. See ad. jri good order, or will exjhanja'. for ft gooi J. C Hemphill. gentle horse. For Sale Wheel. A high frame Victor Bicycle Unusually low excursion rate to Cincinnati, Queen & Crescent Route to Sept. Smoke Troctor Knott cigars and be G. A. R Encampment Tickets sell September 3rd to 9th. happy. Look at the Bluegrass Groceries ad on page 2. What you pay out for rent is gone forever. You can pay the same amount into the Lancaster Building & Loan Association and own your horae.v Try J. C. Hemphill, Sac' this. J, Haselden. Laxi-gto- draw-back- well-wish- Attorneys at Lancaster pi-- house-breakin- s. Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. RE FOE YOUR FALL ORDERS. Oar Special Order Lines Complete Ml We represent the following up-to-d- ate tailors: M. BOND & CO., Chicago, GLOBE TAILOR ING CO., Cincinnati, LAMM & CO., Chicago KAHAN BROS., Louisville, BERYMAN Chicago, THE NATIONAL AN-OHEIM, TAILORING CO., New York. We can show you everything known to the trade in Foreign and Domestic Woolens at prices which stump all competition. r- Fine Workmanship and Fit Guaranteed. Come to us. We will dre s you correctly. t LOGAN ROBINSON. 5 tending physician, siys he thinks the a case of mild form and that John is in of no danger, though he will hava to be t that br'ck at once and have them ready by particular with him3elf. October. The people then can get he is at home where he will reciive brick at home at a much cheaper price the very best of care and attention than by sending away from home for makes big odds in his favor. them. Another Soldier Dead. Methodist Meet leg. As state 1 in last issue of The Rec The meeting which has been in oup, Frivatj Clarence .Parks was progress at the Methodist church since brought home from Chickainauga last Sunday week, came to a close Tuesday week quite ill. He had typhoid fever night Much interest was awakened and been discharged from the hospital in the charch and several united. Ma- to come home. We understand, though ny more would have attended had the are not prepared to say for certain, weather been more favorable. that Parks ate some solid "ood on the train. This, together with the jostling Hold Your Orders. of the cars, gave him a back set from I will be better equipped than ever, which he nevi r rallied. He reached in the Fall, to sell you a suit of the home of his parents, on the new clothes, at the lowest 'prices, guaran- Danville pike, abont two miles from teeing a perfect fit. I will have Sam- town, and died there Sunday night ples from best houses1 in Louisville, Parks was about twenty-tw- o years old Philadelphia and Buffalo. and bore a splendid reputation for Chicago, buying. Look before He honesty, sobriety and industry. M. D. Hughes, Agent was among the first to enlist and, we learn from an officer, made one of the Public School. bast soldiers in the company. The reThe colored Public School, of this mains were placed in the Cemetery city, opsnel on the 15th. 'J he teach- vault until Tuesday when they were ers are G F. Anderson, Principal, Mrs. interrel in the family burying ground Emma Duncan and Miss Willie B. near Hyattsville. Lackej', assistants. The number enBadly Needed. rolled first week was 152. The two lower rooms are crowded to their utPeople who come in cn the three The school is m a o'clock night train have to grope their most capacity. flourishing condition. way home over streets as dark as Egypt The electric lights are extinGood Idea guished at midnight and a trip from The physicians in charge of the sev the depot to the Public Squire causes a eral cases of fever in town have very person to say and think many things wisely prohibited thejr patients from about those at fault which would not having company. While a sicit person look well in print or be appropriate in loves for friends to call and ask about a Sunday School- - One of the Council-mehim, yet the doctors have decided to has suggested, and will bring up put their cases in the hands of one at the next meeting, the plan of putone ting about three of the gasoline lamps competent person and keep every else out, and the wisdom of this move along the street, and employ some one easy to see. to light them every night This is a capital idea, and is a plan which will Charley "Walker Sick. . approval of the tax payers in Charley Walker, who recently got nmet the Lancaster compa- general (the usual kickers and d a transfer from the excepted, of course.) Fine new ny to the Fourth Regiment, come home p wements will soon be laid to the defrom Lexington Sunday and is confin pot and we hope the Council will see ed to his bed by typhoid fever. Dr. to it that this needed improvement is Bush says he thinks Charley will pull some one gets crippled and through all right, as he has been a made If sues the town it would be a hard matstout and active bov all h's life. ter to avoid paying damages in a case like this, one which can so easily be Election Commissioners. The election board, created by the remedied. recent session of the legislature, met Night Man Needed. at Frankfort and appointed the comThe L. & tf. people should, by all missioners for each county. These for means, put a man at the depot to meet Garrard are Messrs. Curt A Robinson, the night trains. It is impossible to Wm. L. Liwson, domocrts, and Geo. get a ticket or have baggage checked T. Pherigo, Republican. These men for these trains, and as nearly all the are all reliable and will do the square travel out of Lancaster is done over thing. If all the others appointed are the night trains the fact that no one is good as Garrard's the new law will is thtre to wait on patrons is a serious work batter than most people predict. one. People arriving here at nigh are compelled to let their baggage lie Free Itcluie at Chistian Ch urch. on the ground in the rain and mud, Sunday night, by John Baptist, of and those going away must get a check Constantinople, Turkey. Tne above iu the a.'ternoon and let their belongminister an I missionary with the vary ings remain on the platform 'til the distinguished nam?, will lecture on train arrives, lhe attcrtion of the the Armenian massacres of which he higher officials will be calied to this was an eye witness, at the Christian fact and its safe to say the trouble will church next Sunday evening at half-pa- be investigate.!. The patronage of 7 o'clock. Mr. Baptist is a culti- these trains has grown remarkably, so vated Christian gentleman and was the trainmen say, notwithstanding to the Sultan of the fact that the public is given no aconce photographer Turkey. comodations at the depot. Our people are delighted with the present train Residence. Fixed Up. service, but do not care to risk having The pretty residence of Gov. W. O. their baggage stolen from the platform Bradley, on Lexington street, is un or rather from the ground. dergoing a thorough overhauling and painting. This is the residence once Noble Work. occupied by Allan A. Burton. dec,d., As stated in a previous issue of The and later by Judge George Denny. It Record, the Fiscal Court by a vote of is in a beautiful location, is conven- two to two declined to pay for the iently arranged and when the repairs blankets furnished the soldier boys are completed, will be one of the pret- when they were quartered in the Court tiest places in town. We understand House with absolutely nothing to keep Gov. Bradley's family will spend sev them warm. The blankets had to be eral weeks here when the house is put paid for, and as they cost about eighty in shape. dollars, the burden would have been great on the several men who ordered Court Day. them, lhe women, God bless 'em, A big crowd came in Monday and trading was quite lively. Every one came to the rescue and served a dinner Monday, the proceeds to was talking about the great corn crop, in the Park be usei on this payment Several of and all say it will be one of the best they ever saw. Some cattle were on them went over a portion of the coun ty and soon made up enough provis the market and a report of the sales will be found in our stock column. ions, assistance being refused at only As soon as the ob The street fakir was consp'cious by three residences. his absence. The minister now preach ject of the dinner was made known on ing at the Methodist church made a the streets Monday nearly every man few remarks in the Park, the choir in town went to the Park and patronisang some hymns, the crowd ate din zed it The blankets (which had been ner with the ladies .helping out the returned when Uncle S.im gave the soldier boys, and all went home after boys others) were then put up and having spent what may be called an sold at auction. The total amount realized is not enough by about ten "average" court day. dollars, but those officers who ordered them wiil pay the difference out of The Lancaster Company. The boys of Co. L. are getting pret their own pockets. ty tired of camp life and some of them Second Regiment to be Moved. write that they would be willing to go A special from Chickamauga says to Cuba, Porto Rico, the Devil or most any old place just to get away from the Second Kentucky, of which our Chickamauga. They are a patient set, boys are members, i as been ordered however, and never make a kick at to Huntsville, Alabrma, The special what is to be done. Parties coming also says that some of the dissatisfied from there say they know no more private got up petitions in the regithere about what is to be done than we ment and sent them to the Secretary do here in Lancaster. They never find of War asking that the regiment be out any thing until thi order is. issued. mustered out The petitions were While there are several of them at mailed without knowledge of the regihome sick yet the health of the com pa mental officers and, of course, were CoL Gaither. The colo ny in camp is good and seldom is f sent back-tnel was V6ry much surprised at such man in the hospital. . an underhanded, piece of work and Lieut. Farra 111. to'd the men that if they did not care Liou tenant John M. Farra, who came to serve their country in an hour of homo last week on a ten days fur need, to step out and they should re lough, was taken ill Saturday and the ceive a discharge without honor. A case has since developed into typhoid few, the report says, accepted the dis fever. He was not looking well ..when honorable discharge, but fully 05 per he xcame, .but kept on foot and. made cent of the men refused to do so. The hard flght against that dreadful feel- - men were led into scheme by a few lag which oaly those who hare had it fellows to lazy to do duty I eaa appreciate. Dr. Kinnaird, the at- - and the aea were sorrr they had Ik-Brick Kiln. We are reliably informed that movement is on foot to bura a kiln The-facn st o WE HATE AN If you want--. Perfect Satisfaction Exceptionally Coot Line Of s V 1 "Wear CORSETS. Worcester We Sell them. Try us when You are in need of one. 52 PAIRS LADIES' DONGOLA KID SHOES worth $2.00 a pair. Will ciose them out at 1 9E a oair. JsL PHI II The Sidewalk. Work in different parts of town is goingonon the sidewalks. Oa Stanford street J. II. McMurty hastaken up and relaid his brick walk. On Lexington street Mrs. Susan Fisher is grading and preparing to lay a side walk in Iront of her beautiful and valuable property. O i Danville stroet Mrs. D. M. Lickey ha repaired her brick Un Kicumonu street Dr. lier- waiK. rinjr is prorressinr witn his work which is improving his fine placo greatly. . Take Charge nf Graded School, II. Patterson and family mov- Dry Goods Companytencd to the talk of the fellows who were to trifling to make good soldiers and were willing to get the entire regiment into trouble simply t3 get out ihemselves. The report says the men are delighted with the idea of being moved and no further trouble in the regiment wiil come up. Col. Gaither has had enough experience to know that one or two lazy, dissatisfied men can upset a whole regiment and it is safe to predict that he will soon get rid of such cattle. Mrs Gastineau has traded her prop erty in the Baker adlition to Hans-berr- y West for a farm near Iliatsvillc. There are 1C5 acres in the tract rrof. J. ed ifto the Graded School propertj-- . Elopement. we stated at the time of his selec Mr. Rufus Moss and Mary Belle ts Sherrow eloped to Danville Wednes tion Prof. Patterson h.ishad charge of have arrived from Lebanon and day and were married in the parlors of the Gilcher Hotel. Much Sickness at Home. While the boys at Chickamauga have been faring pretty well, yet those who have come home have had and are a hard time from fever. Corporal Harry Robinson is still confined to his bed, though is thought to be some better. Josh Sutton remains very ill at his home near Marksbu ry Al Newland is quite sick at Crab Orchard, Mide Mullins is confined to his bed at Bryantsville, Ex Reynolds is very ill in Stanford and Sergt Major Rowan Saufiey is still unable to leave sick bed at his home in Stanford. This makes eight men now on the sick list, but as they are all at home and in good hands there need be no alarm as Lebanon school. He is highly rec to the outcome. All needed in fever is the nursing, and these boys will ommended both as a gentlemm and tutor. Tun Rncor.D extends a cordial surely get the best of it welcome to he and family. The school To Morcan'a Men. will open September 12, and the outWe are in receipt of a letter from look for a successful teim is very officers of the Seventh Ohio Cavalry bright extending an invitation to all survi vors of Morgan's command to attend The toyal is the highest grade fcakia po4t the National Encampment at Cincinaaews. Actiud tests shew it go., oa. tbir tmrthmr ttaa mmy etfcer fcraaC nati and bo their guests, during the time. The circular, in part, is as follows: "It seems to be a fitting time to put the seal on the new bond of union that shall make us, as a Nation, one, indi visible, and unconquerable. There fore we, the undersigned former of ficers of the Seventh Ohio Cavalry, your neighbors of a nearby State speaking for ourselves, in our own names, and, as we believe, voicing the sentiments of all our comrades, extend to you, all of Morgan's Men," this our invitation, askg you to meet withus, as our guests, at our re union in Cincinnati, on September Tth. We ask yoa to coaae an 1 bring your spas with yqa. , The countersign is MVM, MOM NMH CO., NEW Ygt, iU "DcwKT'Hossosr." co-di- POWDER 4 CENTRAL RECORD xcs STONE. v! J i r. dy to leave om the next caorafcg-- , and a happy lot of boys they all were, exH. D. Aldriige bought of J. S. John William, the little infant of Mr. and who cept about 75 out of the Cth c Mrs. Wm. Moberley, is very siek at were in the hospital, condemned for son 25 sheep at $3.75 per head. 'KTEBY WEEK BY A number of young folks from this this writing. the hospital ship, which will goto Key Z,OVI8 LAJiDRAX, Publisher. Mr. and Mrs. Tevis Thompson are West Harbor, in about ten days. Well,' ommunity attended church at Mt- - O happy over the arrival of a fine girl, we started Saturday about one p. m., ivet Sunday evening. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. marched two miles and took a train Mrs. W. M. Kuykendall is quite sick the 16th inst. for Santiago, that train, I wished you at this writing. Lee Van Arsdall, of Protracted meeting will begin at had seen it a passenger, train too. The Harrodsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. W Scott's Fork the 1st Sunday in Sep .11.00 Year, im xdtahce. compare with a . .50 coaches will not " Bogie. Oliver Boner attended the tember, Revs. Harding and Neal, of Soke months. . 25 " " freight caboose, but it felt awfully fair at Shelbyville, Thursday. Miss Winchester, will conduct it. good to ride anyway, or in anything. Maud Pope, of Boyle, visited Miss Liz Mrs. P. Grow sold a nice bay mare the The poor cavalry groomed and cared Andrew FRIDAY, August, 20, - 1898 The commissions to arrange forKico for three horses for years, and when zie Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Orchard. to Ed Adams for $50 and Mr. F. M. Rice, spent last week at Crab evacuation of Cnba and Porto Crutchfield also bought of R L Mur walking, Miss Maggie Hackley, of Georgetown, Do not fail to eive them a call, for no one can and will not have been completed, the Spanish the war did come start them phy a nice gray horse for 835. and then brought us back here to our visiting her uncle, J. C. Boner. Ed A good many of this community a bad policy to own land which commissioners having been announc horses again, but we are satisfied with duplicate their prices. Its you can't get on your horse and ride ed. For Cuba, they are for the United anything since they have taken pity Close, of Louisville, visited Mr. and have been attending the camp meeting Mrs. Reuben Naylor last week. Miss States, Maj Gen. J. F. Wade, Maj Gen. week. Following are a few prices for to. to the Maud Boner, of Jessamine, ia visiting at Judson, and report large crowds M. C Butler and Bear Admiral Samp on us enough to send us back dear old U. S. We arrived in Santi her father. Oak Boner. Mr. and Mrs. and much interest is manifested. 4c per box. Star scrubbing lye If those fellows who are howling1 son. Dor bpain, juai. uen. jrarraoo, ago late in the afternoon, then I was Miss Mattie Saunders has returned Huston fcr "mora land" would go to wor Bear Admiral Paster and Marquis Mon detailed from headquarters of regi Biff Floyd and daughter, of Mr. 4c per lb. rom a week's pleasant visit to her Best lump3tareh and tilling some of that now on hand, they toro. For Porto Eico thay are for the ment to go back to camp, horse back, ville, visited their relatives, Mrs. T. I. Herring and Mr. and Mrs. grand mother, Mrs. Becky Scott, and 4c a cake. Ivory soap United States, Maj. Gen. Jno. Brooke, would not have time to dictate to the T. Pollard. A crowd of young peo other relatives and friends in Jessa Rear Admiral Schley, Brig. Gen. W.W. as a guide for six mule teams to get admin istration. a doz. Clothes pins mine. Miss Bertha Woodard, of Han Maj. Gen. Otego, baggage left behind. Well, it rained ple invaded the residence of Mr. H. D. Gordon. For Spain, ley, Jessamine county, was the pleas Every proportion. else as cheap Ad all the way and I got soaking wet, got Aldridge. Thursday evening, bringing Tiik proposition to hold the Philip Commodore Vallarino and Judge to Santiago some tim.2 after dark, ith them a nice treat of watermelons ant guest of Miss Blanche Mitchell, pines is very much like into a woman vocate Sanchez del Aguila. Under the hack in time to catch the last hich was very much enjoyed. Mrs. last week. going toj a store on "Bargain Day" and terms of the protocol the Cuban com and only just going out to the ship. N. H. Bogie visited in Lexington last We have had a large tide in the Ken cargo of stuff loading down with things not needed missioners must meet at Havana and We pulled off the noted harbor of San week, and returned home accompani tucky river, which was out of its the Porto Rican commissioners at San simply because they are cheap. Juan within thirty days from the tiago at 4 p. m., Sunday, Aug. 7th, ed by Mrs. Emily Jones and daughter, banks enough to do great damage to signing of the protocol, which was on bands playing and cheers coming from Miss Caroline. Misses Susie Sutton, crops near the river, and logs were Those in authority are now direct the many naval and transport ships Katie West, Anna Pollard, Georgia floated down in great numbersl This ing their attention to the reonjaniza August 12. laying in the harbor. We passed the Henry and Mary Kuykendall, and is the largest tide ever known in the tion of the army. The acquisition of The primary conventions in the dif Merrimac sunk at the mouth of the Hugh Kuykendall, attended a picnic Kentucky river this time of the year. new possessions will necessitate an in harbpr by Hobfon. It was quite a cu Truth wears well. People have crease to about 100,000 men. Repre ferent counties are falling into line in riosity to us, Moro Castle and all the at Crab Orchard, Wednesday. Rev. J C. Mays, of Georgia, visited Rev. W. learned that DeWitt's Little Early sentative Hull, of the House Commit- their instructions for the renomination fortifications . also. M. Kuykendall, and deliyered an ex Risers are reliable little pills for regn tee on Military Affairs, proposes to pf Congressman Geo. M. Davison, 3 he Moro Castle is almost a com push a bill through when Congress spite of his desire to retire, and he will plete wreck, and all the fortifications cellent sermon at the Fork, Sunday. lating the bowels, curing constipation Miss Georgia Henry, of Lancaster, re and sick headache. They don't gripe put up for the secend time. When Jno. B.Stcut. meets, and Senator Ilawley will look E.W.Iiillard. the convention is in progress, however bear evidence of the awful canonade turned home Monday, after a pleasant Stormes Drug Stsre. lm in the Senate. after it fire that was so long directed at them. visit to her friend Miss Sallie Herring. he will be fitrhtincr the hay fever at LEAF. S. Williams and son, Henry, or Bur Marquette, Mich., with his political Well, we bid, which I hope was an ev Jtome of the dailies are putting for nterests in the hands of his lieu ten erlasting farewell to Santiaga and gin, visited the family of 11. D. Aid ward the name of Dewey for president. 1,800 ridge, Tuesday. Born, to the wife of G. W. Pullins, Prof. E. W. Elrod, of a There is considerable curiosity Cuba, and commenced our long As he is a man of fine sense, good edu ant lb. girL concerning the plan of campaign that mi.es trip, to this place, arriving last Shelbyville, was here last week in the a 8 cation, moral habits, has a contempt Davison will pursue in his congression evening, the 18th, about dark, and interest of the Shelbyville College. He Farmers are all quite busy cutting g and less use for political Democratic went into quarentine, aituough we procured a number of pupils for his their tobacco, the crop is very good. Mr. for politicians, we are for him teeth al race. is a Gilbert, the splendid mixer and fine had no yellow fever aboard. 'ihe ship schooL W. B. Adams sold a nice bunch of and toe nail. The greatest blessin nominee, stumper, and he has announced his in was full of chills and fever patients, We have used Chamberlain's Cough cattle to John Murray for which could be given this country Davison to de- It was too late to examine us last Remedy in our home for many years $519. would be a chief executive who could tention of challenging I night, so we had to wait until this county in the district. and bear cheerful testimony to its val Rev. Echols, of Paint Lick, will not be led by the nose by party bosses bates in every Mr. Dayison lays no clai.u to bsing a morning. We got orders about noon ue as a medicine which should be in and politicians. preach here next Sunday evening at public orator, neither does he balieve and a large crowd of people was at the every family. In coughs and colds we 4 o'clock. that there is much virtue in the politi landing to meet us, and gave us to be efficacions and in croup found it IVnES General Lee called on the E. W. Norris and Joe A lams have cal speech. He is a great man to make hearty welcome. Many a poor sol and hooping cough in children we :- -: President when he was in Washington a e canvass, and in his dier'd heart felt rather happy to know deem it indispensable. H. P. Ritter, dissolved partnership and divided recently, he was accompanied by his former races, both in his county and we were on United States soil again their farm. Adams takes the improve 4127 Fairflax ave., St. Louis, Ma For son. The President was pleased with ments and 50 acres of land, and Norris the district, he met more men per and such a send off was rather more lm the appearance of the young man and sonally than any other candidate of his than we had expected, as we have sale by R. E. McRoberts. gets 80 acres unimproved. appointed him a lieutenant in the reg day. Still, if Mr. Gilbert persists in oeen isolated so long, it seems Mason Pullins sold a field of 20 acr. ular army. If the younger Lee has his challenges for a debate and fol- strange to see ladies and children, es ORGANIZED 1883. PREACHERSVILLE. of corn to Tom Hendren, and is feed the excellent qualifications of his fa' lows Davison over the district in this, pecially, give us such a round of wel ing it down to hogs for him at $1.2 THE ther, the president will never have way, he will be forced to meet him come one old fat, lady amused me. James Rogers sold a nice horse Mon per barrel. NATIONAL BANK, cause to regret making the appoint somewhere. was dressed handsomely, and ap day for 857.50. She Judge Wm. Totten, of Lancaster, ment. We do not believe a better gen OF LAH0ASTEB. ST. parently belonged to the aristocrats. NATI ONAL W. P. Grimes bought at Crab Orch visited his daughter, Mrs. Mason Pul U eral than Lee ever wore shoulder but she became so enthusiastic sh lins, last Sunday. Mrs. Jas- Bustle, of straps. The Rev. W. B. Costley, of Stock- - rushed and grabbed me shaking hands, ard, several steer calves for 815 each. Capital, $100,000 J. C. Fox bought 80 hogs which ay Rockcastle, is visiting her daughter. ( SURPLUS. CAPITAL bridge, Ga., while attending to his pas- with a"God bless you, welcome home, -- oreraged about 10i lbs. for $3.40 per hun Mrs. W. B. Adams. W. B. Adams ( $65,000.00. Much speculation is being indulged toral duties at Ellenwood, that state, as we marched by. It was rather Surplus Fuad 15,000 )200,000.00 going to North Carolina, next week, in as to the final disposition of the was attacked by cholera morbus. He touching scene, and with every one it dred. expedition. LANCASTER, KT. BUSINK3S SOLICITED. Philippines. The people are becoming says: "liy cnance l nappenea to get was a good, sound, heartfelt welcome. J. F. Pettus bought of James Rob on a trading There is a move on foot to have the widely differed on the subject and if a hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic We are now in quarantine camp, will erts 7 heifers for 3 Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed county road leading from this place to i&UkjiPa vote were taken 'twould be hard to Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I be here five days. Everything is very Ballard Bros, sold to II. C. Arnold Walker's school house put out of the foretell the result. While the islands think it was the means of saving my convenient here. Plank floors tents several nice steers for la President J. H. HiaoiNBOTHAM A. R.Dbnnt. President. in branch, something that should have are quite valuable, yet we are firmly life. It relieved me at once." ror grass all cut, camp made in every way, Levy Bell bought 5 hogs from Pate been done years ago. It is the rough Liwis Y. Leavsll Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. convinced that they are a mighty good sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm and when we walked into it, whether Parish, for 3 Wm. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. est road in the county, anybody that B. F. Hudson Cashier thing t olet alone. Acquisition of far you know it or not, that is a luxury James Moore, of Pineville, has trad ever traveled it will say so. The peo W. O. Bisnkt away territory has caused nothing but Interesting Letter. Assistant Cash'r S.CDxnnt, J. F. Bobinson. Jb, seldom enjoyed by soldiers. The boys ed his hotel property there, to Rev. ple that live in this vicinity can't get trouble for every country that ever Moutauk, Long Island. Assistant Cash'r. Bookkeeper are beginning to look better already Ira Parton for his farm on Harmon to Lancaster without going four or C. D. Walkzr tried it. Our people hava all the ter Sunday, Au 14th 1893 B. T. Embbt Ass't believe, notwithstanding there five miles out of the way, unless they Lick Creek. ritory they want and more than they My Dear Dear Mother: DIRECTORS: some typhoid fever in adjoining camp. need. We are glad to report Jas. Thomp go horse back or a foot, this fact has Your last two but I don't think it is spreading to DIRECTOR3 LIWI8 Y.LlAVXLL, J.M.HI6GISE0THAK, son who has been on the sick list, able been demonstrated this court, one of letters received dated July 18th and amount to much. Sam'l. D. Cochran, Jas Spllman, T.M.Arnold, our neighbors is serving on the jury. J. 8. Johnson, The G. A. R. will meet in Cincinnati Aug. 2nd respectively. The one dated to be out again. A Jew words about Santiago, and A. C. Robinson. Alex. B. Denny. he has a nice horse and buggy, but he H.C.Abnold, Jb. B.F. Hudson. oi the 7th of next month, and the gen ISth reached me at Mr. Ben Kennedy has typhoid fever. must close for this time. It is a very L. Davidson, W. B. Cook, prefers riding a colt that is hardly ALIZ. GIBBS, J. J. WXLKIB erals aiid colonels who never smellcd near Santiago de Cuba a few days beMrs. Jennie Pettus is better than she bridle-wislooking town, walls of the He says he can make Jno. E. Stormes, Jacob Y. Bobinson. powder will make speech fore we left. I had just written you ancient been for some time. up and down, and all has better time and is not jolted to death es, tell how "we" fought and what and mailed the letter before yours houses straight moldy, no adornments on the cornice, -Miss Waidie Thompson. is visiting at when he gets there. It is impossibl we" aia. xne eaitor oi tnis paper came. Received the one dated Aug. 2nd has taken pains to look up the record just a few momsnts aga Was- just very small windows and a great many Mt Vernon, this week. Rev. C. M, for the children to get to school with of nearly all speakers on such occa starting to write you when it came of them, with iron bars over them Humphrey and family are visiting out walking in the branch all the way, sions in recent years and finds that if I am so glad to know my dear friends looking like prisons. The streets look Rev. F. B. Jones. John Binghamnan, and it is nonsense for the farmers to d of them were ever in a bat in dear old Lancaster take so much in about like our alleys, side walks like has gone to Tennessee on business. talk about hauling anything like paths, and filthy is not the Mrs. W. B. Moss, of Lancaster, spsnt load over the road. Not only this, it tie, history fails to record the fact terest in me and are glad to know I bridle No sewerage at alL The peo Saturday night with Mrs. Geo. King. is dangerous to ride over it, we kno Those who bear the burden and heat am living. The battle of Sibony wher word. pie throw slops out on the street, (then Miss Kate Payne is visiting friends at from our own knowledge, of one lady t f battle are satisfied to stay at home you thought I was killed was only call Spain a civilized people) looks Dripping Springs, E. Foly, and "let bygones be bygones." little skirmish between the Rough more like a place where cannibals of Williamsburg, this week. business. and two or three different men to have is here on their hors?s fall and throw them off, Riders, 10th Regulars and a small de live. Half of the people are nude, and McCrearv denies having tachment of Spanish troops in which all the children are. Occasionally you W. H. Brown and Frank Thompson one of the men got a leg broke. has gone to the mountains to buy some given out an interview regarding his the Spanish were forced to retreat, see signs of what was at one time ele stock. views on the question of territorial loss estimated between 150 and 200; gance, PAINT LICK. but everything has gone expansion. He however, gives a state' our loss 1C killed and about 30 wound For broken sur.'ac3s, sores, insect aik tnree squares and you bites, burns, skin diseases and especiment of his position on the Philippine ed. No, mother I never did feel that I rac'f. Miss Mattie Thompson has returned will see half a dozen coffins being car question and other matters. He is in would be killed, I dont know why. ally piles there is one reliable remedy, home after a weeks visit to Miss Mary ried to their last resting place. Hazel Salve. When Lear. favor of leaving the Philippine matter That battle of July 15th will ever be You to Dewitt's Witch out of politics entirely, and says that remembered by me, Artillery shells of hear ofcannot imagine my feelings am you call for DeWitt's don't accept Missas Lynia D'Uay and Ora AlexanWillie Walters death. I the Democratic party would do well to all kinds, whistling around us for so sorry. 1 counterfeits or frauds. You will not always thought so much be disappointed with Da Witt's Witch der, left for Cloverport, Ky., Friday stand by its platform of 1S0G with free nine hours. Imagine the nervous night. Their many friends escorted silver and the tariff as the paramount strain for so long: men falling on the of WilL Tell Louis Landram I appre Hazel Salve. Stormes Drug Store, lm them to the midnight train. There ciate his rememberance oj me, and issues McCreary be right and left of it was horrible. were many broken hearts left to lieves that this country should con saw one man wounded the first next sometime as soon as I feel strong mourn for their departure, but one FLATWOOD. struct, own and control the Nicarau to me on my left, before the battle had enough I will write him something of pleasant thought is they will meet interest for his paper in regard to the gan canal. been in progress five minutes. The battle, &c I have kept a diary of my again. W. G. Gooch sold E. H. Walker last words he had said, "stay with Mrs. R H. Ballard gave a party to Theke is a movement on foot to have them and give them hell Dunlap." He trip that is the principal events. Oh! cow and calf for 80. In offering the Snperior Disc Grain Drll to the fanners of Garrard John Route sold W. G. Gooch a nice the Ramsey visitors, Misses D'Hay and county we do not offer them an experiment, but a SUCCESSFUL REthe athletes, especially football play enlisted when I did. A New York man how I wish I was at home to see eve Good-byLove saddle horse for 8100. Alexander, last Thur&day evening, ers, in the volunteer army mustered fell on top of him and was killed and rybody once more. which was certainly enjoyable to eve- ALITY. Our Drill has been on the market two seasons and we have out of service as early as possible behind me in ten seconds two more to everybody inquiring. Tell Robert Mr. Lunceford is holding a singing and Kathleen I hope to be home soon ry one present. The beautiful house made improvements over the last two vears that cannot be beaten to be done forthwith, This ought school at Lawson Chapel, which is was wounded and have died in hospital Your Son, brilliantly lighted, and the yard NEW OIL CUPS IN DISC and a large single Steel Drag Bar. The rattle-brain- s the are los since. 1 tell you they were lust mow to see them. being largely patronized. W. O. Dunlap. decorated with jtpanese lanterns. simplest drill on the market. A great many have been sold and every ing much valuable time.by serving ing them down. I can agree with Jno. Miss Malissa B. Furr, who has been About 11:30 the crowd assembled in one has given perfect satisfatction. It is the ORIGINAL and only perP. S. Mother I send a little pi Uncle bam. The government should Sherman, when he said, "War is hell." teaching near Gosport, Ind., has re- the dining room where they were fect Disc Drill made. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The Superior cushion I found on the battle field keep in service the clerks, lawyers, Well, mother, peace is declared, turned home, accompanied by her cou- served to an elegant supper. It U not will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and merchants and farmers and let the am nappy to Know it, and, now since Santiago, some dead or wounded sol dier lost Keep as a "soveneir" of the sin, Mr. Clyde McCarty, a graduate of very often that Paint Lick is honored can be put into the hardest ground. If you wane the best Disc Drill foot-bamen return to ' business. it is all over, of course I am glad Purdue University. She returns soon by such a grand event. All were beau- made, buy the Superior. battle. The country will soon go to wreck went to Cuba and took a part in the to take charge of her school. tifully entertained until about 1:30, these fellows are kept out of playing. only battle of the war; but I can say G. S. MT. HEBRON and then the Paint Lick band came in, Turn 'em out, Mr. Secretary, and keep unto you one thousand dollars could and the square dances were indulged The Best Remedy for Flax. those in service who have nothing to not buy me to spend another seven Born, to the wife of Wm. Rogers, on Mr. John Mathias, a well known in the rest of the evening. No one do but make an honest living. The weeks in Cuba. It is said to be the the 17th inst , a girl. l, country must have stock dealer o' Pulaski, Ky., says: 'Af-te- r ever enjoyed themselves more than by all most fertile spot on earth. Well ffiSUBAHCE Several of the youngsters of this FIRE suffering for over a week with flux, they did that night. means. guess it is for fever and dise ases of all neighborhood are attending the camp and my physician having failed to reA 'stubborn cough or tickling in the descriptions. meeting at the Forks of Sugar Creek. lieve me, I was advised to try Cham- throat yields to One minute Cough I again appeal to those indebted to The following is Governor Bradley SPEBIGHELD Any one well knows how chills and Miss Ola Scott, of Burgin. Is visiting berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Cura Harmless in effect, touches the views on the annexation of territory me to come forward and settle their fever affects one situated under the her grand mother and grand father, Remedy, and have the pleasure of stat- right spot, reliable and just what is as tne result of the recent war: MARINE FIRE accounts. To save further trouble, best of circumstances, but imagine Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Scott. Mrs. a ing that the half of one bottle cured wanted. It acts at once. Stormes "The acquisition of foreign territo what it is situated INSURANCE COMPANY. come at once. My accounts are due in a hostile conn Peacock and little son, of Jellico, Ten Ina ry means the formation of a standing B. E. McRoberts. Ira Drug Store. by army in every country so acauired. and try, sleeping on the wet ground, ex nessee, are visiting her mother, Mrs. me." For sale and must be settled. I don't want to the building of a navy to hold the ter posed in every way imaginable, and M. A. Ford. Mr. Timothy Ford is on EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO give my accounts to an officer. ritory ju suujugation. it means taxa nothing to eat but hard-tacba the sick list this week. OF NEW YORK. tion, a strongly centralized govern con and black coffee. As long fat MISS SALLIE TILLETT. as one ment and the opportunity, yes, the probability of measuring arms with is well he can eat most anything and Robinson & Hamilton About one month ago my child tne combined nations of the world. never say a worl, but the above men had an at Office over Post Office. means troublesome entanglements and tioned delicacies are a little more than which is fifteen months old, by tack of diarrhoea 'accompanied Ci wca.9T!5B complications. That the hand shonld :: Kentucky : a sick man can stand. Actually I have vomiting. I gave it such remedies be taken from the throat of starving Cubans and a stable government given seen men laying in this camp now who are usually given in such cases, but the people of Cuba is justified aliice by look like they are almost starved to as nothing gave relief, we sent for For the speedy and permanent core of every principle of religion and morals. death, been sick so long, and cannot tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Champhysician and it was under his care for But when this is done, as it may be by stand BEAZLEY, berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment fa, what they have to eat. I went a week. At this time the child had YS. treaty aajustment, au nas oeen accom without an equal. It relieves the it pusnea mat is necessary ana prop six days on one stretch without eating been sick for about ten days and was kbw ing and smarting er. anything, and since that time the having about twenty-fiv- e operations Teeth filled and extracted with its continued use effects a permanent chills and fever have struck me about the bowls every twelve hours, and we JJLT out pain. Crown and Bridge core It also cores itch , barber's itch, Speaking of the hanging of the ne one day out of every four, until I went were convinced that unless it soon ob .A. Work a specialty. Offlce overT. 8. Elkln'a scald bead, sore nipples, itching piles, gro, Stephenson, at Stanford last week on board the ship last Smnday, and tained relief it would not. live. Cham' chapped hands, chro&ic sore eyes meat shop, la the new Thompson building. berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea granulated lids. Walton says: "It is awful to since taen I missed until yesterday. Editor Remedy was recomsaended, and. I de see a human being pat to death, bat was just beginning to think they had cided to try it. x soon noticea a cnangi Br. CftiyY CmMm Fewim for life for a life should always be the for- left me for good, when they struck bm for the better; by its continued use horses are the best tonic, blood parifier feit If the legal killing of the Negro again, and I was awfully sick all day. complete cure, was brought about and andvernifmge. Price, 3f certs. Sold by u. i now periecuy ueaitny. will stay the bloody carnival in this Well, we grot orders last Friday, Aug. it is Stump town, Gilmer Co., W. Va, Bogjrs, R.E. McRoberts, Draggis, Lancaster. toookg county, he will not bare died in vain 5th, jost before dark, to pack ap, rea rot sate dt.k. Mi. jtejfcoserM. ua bat we fear bis death will hare little effect, since bat few ia the vast crowd seemed to realize the solemnity of the act of taking a person's li'e, even by the power of the law. Let those who would dye their hands in another's blood though pause and think. After long time the scaffold has been again erected in Lincoln county and from this time on let us hops that ev ery murderer will expiate his crime like Stephenson." Red Hot Bargains M The Bine Grass Grocerj this Week. this lc thing in BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. EPH. P. BROWN. Mgr. m Lillard Leading mil Siouz, 2 wire-pullin- RUGGISTS.J Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. house-to-hous- DANVIIiUS, KENTUCKY. 00000000006000 'ITIMS BANK - c. e. - one-thir- THE SUPERIOR. Ex-Ijo- Steel Frame Iisc Iiill. long-haire- ll GAINES, Agt., Lancaster, Ky. PLEASE REMEMBER. foot-bal- ill UU MB School Books T Old Igts Skin Diseases. almost-instantl- iHHJk ud i McRoberts' Drug Store taken in exchange. Br tag us your Job Primting. TRUTH IS THE Many economise THING W it as much as they do the Almighty Dollar. MOST VALUABLE $1 0. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED. WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OtJR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. lO Tiicn-e- s Toll Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $6.50 Suits now for Ssred. Orer. 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. CLEITIITG- iiiTD PEESSI1TG-. J. L. Frohman & Co , O03000GO0aa03000080d008O0OCXXaO0O0O00Q Having sold my stock of Millinery to the 8 Noel Sisters I take sliis method of thanking g my many friends for their very liberal patron-age and for the many expressions of regret of my retiring from business. O THE GLOBE 136, Telephone Notary Tublic. 'Gov. Danville, Ky, Consumption or Asthma in No! it is not claimed that Foley's Honey and Tar will cure ad- Miss Nancy Harris Dead. Miss Nancy Harris died at the family residence, two miles out on the Richmond pike Saturday. She was in her 83rd year and a sister of Judge T. L. Harris, whose death was noted in a recent issue of The Record. There s Bralley has appiinted Mr. G. S. Gaines, of this city, a Notary Public, and the latter is now vestel with the power to acknowledge signatures to pension vouchers and all legal papers. Kstrayed. A jersey heifer about 18 months old left my house on new Danville pike last Wednesday, Aug. 17th. Will pay liberal reward for her return. Frank Bourne. To Visit the Schools. Miss Elisa Lusk, county superinten-dan- t, will d urinir the month of September, visit the schools in the caunty. As this will take up so much time she will only be at her office on Saturdays O CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, August 20, - - 1898 were only three of this f rmi-l- y who resided here. They were Judge Tyree Locran, Nancy and Margaret, the latter being about S5 and surviving the others. Miss Nancy, who died 1UK. IVIUUDY XIAKUH. ft and last week, was a greatly liked woman. She was and a trua f rien 1. The remains were interred in the ftmily buring ground Sunday. MissMa-garthe only one of the family left, will turned from a visit to Crab Orchada probably sell the farm and mov3 to town. Springs. widely-known kind-heartet and court dav during the month, Strayed. tf Jim Smith is clerking for R. H. Bat-so- u. When You Take Your Vacation PERSONAL. Prewitt is with Mrs. Rose Harden's. Mrs. flyatt, of Lexingtou, is visiting friends in this cit3 Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton have returned from a visit to Broadhead. Miss Lula Carson, of Wilmore, is the guest of Bev. W. A. Clark and wife. Mrs. Joe Arnold, Jr., is visiting1 her eister Mrs- - Turner, in Middlcsborough. Rev. Henry Falconer and wife have returned from a visit to Borbourvillc. Mr. John Anderson, of McKinney, is t. visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Miss Eva Heir-ma- at Mrs. Til-le- Mrs. John Rose and children are visiting at her sister's, Mrs. Mco.ly Har- dens. Niss Kate Walker, of Lexington, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. J. Lan-dra- W. A. Arn old visited his daughter, Allie, in Xicliolasville Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Fisher Gaines, of Danville, is Mr. an d Mrs. Theo Cu rrey. the guest of her parents, Mrs. Charles Denman and little daughter have returned to their home in Nieholasville. Misses Marie and Jennie Wearen, two Stanford beauties, are Miss Jennie Dune in's guests. Mrs. Oscar Tillett returned to Tuesday, after a visit to Mrs. Raymond Haselden. Misses Fannie Shugars and Cora "Ward attended the missinary convention at Richmond last week. Messors Horace nerndon and Fred Frisbie left Tuesday for Martinsville, Ind., to be absent several weeks. Miss He t tie Arnold has returned from a visit to London and is now visiting her aunt, Mrs. Chas. Norris. Mr. John Lake, of TerraHaute, Ind., 16 expected Sunday to make a week's visit to Judge Eph Brown and wife. Mr. Chas. Reid, of Chickamauga, and Miss Lucy Ford, of Lexington, are guests of Mr. T. W. Reid and family. Messrs R. n. Batson and J. W. Sweeney have returned from the cities where 'they purchised their fall goo Is. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landram, Misses Alte and Bessie Marksbury have re- Flem-ingsbu- pCrab 83 Orchard 3 Springs. SSy, 2g .g NOV OPEN V 83 N3COOL, eg EXHILARATING, RESTFUL gg MUSIC, AMUSEMENTS, ,?g GOOD LIVING. & CFor terms mddreas the most necessary article to have with Will Marksbury and Dick McGrath, you (after your pocket book) is a botof Co. L. arc at home on a furlough. tle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all deCasey M. Owsley returned today rangements of the bowls ciused by a from Henderson, N C. He says Will change of water. You are likely to is improving. need it lm Misses Mariannie Wilmore and Mary A Jacksonville Soldier. Welsh have returned to Nicholasvillo, E. F. Chesnut, formerly of this counafter a pleasant visit to Mrs Jno. E ty, who enlisted in the Second Texas Stormes. Infantry, writes from Jacksonville. Rowland, Dean and Brooks, of former students of Ann Ar- Fla. , to his uncle, Millard Rout, that bor, Michigan, were guests of Homer his company was detached from the 7th corps and sent there to embark for Batson Monday. Porto R:co but peace was declared be Messers Ward Russell, Albert and ore they got aboard the transports Walter Daugherty came down from He thinks his regiment will now be Lexington on their wheels this week sent to Cuba to do garrison duty in to visit the Misses Wyatt. some of the of the large towns. They Mr. G. S. Gaines has been attending are being newly equipped with brown the Baptist Association at Brumer'a duck uniforms. Chesnut says "I don't Chappel, in Mercer county. There want to go now, for I am more afraid of the yellow fever than of the Spanwere three thousand people present. iards. The boys were anxious to go Miss Jennie Bowman and Master and fight, but now they want to come Paul, of Pineville and Miss Annie Ken- home. I had a slight attack of malanedy, of Richmond, were guests of rial fever bu t am all right now. We friends and relatives here this week. were at Miami six weeks and lost CO men from fever and measles. We are Mioses Minnie and Annie Cotton, of camped on the bank of the St. John Danville, and Jennie Burnside, of river. It is cool and shady here. There Lower Garrard, have been the guests are thirty thousand troops here from Miss Lena Rigncy duriug the week of about twenty states. Oar regiment Miss Allie Marguerite Arnold is on a has quite a good reputation. Whenever they Want guards for the city two week's visit to relatives in and Lexington She leaves they come to our regiment for them." the 31st to enter school at Midway, Dangerous Drinking Water. Ky. Death lurks in impure Water. It Rev. B. A. Dawes and family, of breeds diseases often in epidemic form. Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. H. 0. The first symptom is looseness of the Sutton. Mr. Dawes is the popular pasbowels. tor of Highland B lptist church of the by takingThese diseases are checked Foley's Colic Cure. lm Falls City. Swell Kvent. Miss Mary Elkin, a Stanford belle, will visit Miss Eugenia Bush this week. Decidedly the swellest event of the Her charming face and lovely man- season was the National Fete given ners have won hosts of friends every- Thursday evening by Mrs. E. n. Balwhere she goes. lard at her lovely home near Paint Miss Eudoxie Moss handsomely en- Licit The house and lawn were beautertained at a watermelon feast Fri- tifully illuminated and artistically decday evening at the home of her father, orated with the national colors, which on Lexington avenue, in honor of her caused a feeling of patriotism to pervade the atmosphere. The entertainvisitor, Miss Broom, of Mississippi. ing committee, composed of Misses The Danville Advocate announces Lucie Ballard and Frankye Doty, tothe wedding of Dr. C. E. Bell, of Hart- gether with R. E. Sallee and James ford City, Ind., and Miss Martha Ballard, well known society young peoof Danville, to take place in ple are to be congratulated upon their the latter city in October. The groom untiring entertaining which elicited is a brother of Jack Bell, who lias for them unanimous praise and to the many acquaintances in Lancaster. guests a most lovely evening. The supper was served fit for ye gods The Ed Gaines, the popular clerk at grocery, started to Cincinnati elegant repast was served with the Saturday night but someone misdirect- courteous generosity for which the ed him and he wound up in Middles-bor- Ballard house is noted the table beA pretty Lancaster girl, who ing elaborately decorated, the nationprevailing conspicuously was visiting in the Magic city, helped al colors the sovenirs for each guest being the to console Ed over his mistake. likeness of Dewey. A nearly complete Misses Mariannie Wilmore, Mary list was made up of, Misses Lucy and Welch, Allie Anderson, Jennie Burn-sid- Annie Francis, Mattie, Mayme and Lu Mrs. J. E- Stormes, Messers y Ramsey, Leonard D'Hoy, Ola A lex Frank Marksbury, Homer Batson, Joe andcr, Bessie and Nannie Ballarl, d Francis, Lieut. Farra, Herbert Nannie Campbell,. Ellen Mays, Die and Ben Herndon attended the Lackey, Jitnmie McCormack, Alma and eveball at Crab Orchard last Friday Mary Lear, Tillie Arnold,- - Estelle ning. Poyntz, Frankye and Bessie Doty, Jane Lusk, Capt W. C McFarland has arrived Isabel Hallie Royston, Jennie Hisrgins, Walker, Dorcas Leavell, Fanny with his command, the 10th Infantry, Doty, Ivy Coy, Minnie. Duan, Mary at Montauk, L. L The wound he re- Bush, Lizzie Turley. Lela Feland, Sal-li- e Anderson, Mattie and Lizz'e ceived at Santiago is on his head and Erabout four and inches long. Thompson. Messrs. Robt Henry, Sam nest Brown, Bradford Jennings, ItHdn'kput him out of the fight more Haselden, Fred Frisbie. Horace Hernthan ten minutes. don, Saufley Hughes, Fisher Herri nr, Allen Hiatt, Ed. W. A. Boyle and Will Miss Florence Webster, of Indianap- Crow Doty, Will Lusk. Towles and e olis who is visiting Miss Mary Dunn, Arch Walker. Wade, Willard and Terrill, Thomp and Burdett Ramwas the victim of a very painful accisey. T. J. Slavin. E. L. Campbell, Dr. dent Friday a ternoon. A hot curling C E. Poyntz, Walker Guinn.-WA -flroa slipped from her grasp and struck buckle, Wm. Martin, Geo. aad, John left eye, painfully blistering the Simmons, Wm. and. Richard' Jones, her balL The sight, however, will not be Charlie Curtis, Mac Cay, John aad' Sa4 impaired. Danville Advocate. Miss lem ' Wallace, Harry Francis, "Jno. Webster is a daughter of CoL Geo. C. Burnside. C. F. Higeins; David Hurbv Ballard, Webster, manager .of the Keeley In- Curios Fish, E. N. Todd, T. K. Lackev, R. L. Jennings, stitute at Crab Orchard, and several Faria, Will Mays, Robert Sillee Chris and Lancaster people enjoy her Robert Mays.- e, Nicho-lasvilBat-terto- n. Bal-lou- 's e, Kin-nairone-half 01-lim. Roan horse mule about 14 2 hands high. Left Antioch church Sunday night. Last seen was on Richmond pike Monday the 23. Reward for information leading to return. Jno. M. Gilliland, Vanhook, Ky. moved in. Prof. Patterson has bought out Prof. Gowen's right to occupancy of the Graded School building and moved into same this week. Prof. Gowen will probably make a visit to his old home in Tennessee until tiino of opening of his school at Kimberlin Heights, Tenn. Tho Most Fatal Disease. A Book. Stanford has existed a century. Incidents of intense interest to thousands of people in. this and among other states have transpired here. Some hae risen in life; some have fallen by the wayside. Among those connected with its ancient history are Rev. Sidney McRoberts, Dr. Jack Craig, Dr. George McRoberts, Rev. John S CoL Thomas P. Hill, Rev. Jesse Portman, M. C. Portman, Col. Armp Swope, Col. Thomas W. Napier, D. W. Taudiver, Dr. Thomas B. Montgomery, James R. Warren, S. II. and J. U. Shanks, Joseph McAlister, Sr., John S. Hughes, John S. Murphy, Judge W. R. Carson, A. R. Penny, and so on Its modern history is being made by such men and women as compare favorably in intellect and beauty with the rest of the whole world. Messrs. Albert A. Warren and Joe F. Waters are writing a book, recounting the important events that have transpired in Stanford in the last hundred years, as well as interesting notices of innumerable individuals who have there participated in the great drama of life. Hig-gin- s, vanced stages, it holds out no such false hopes, but does truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure. SOLS TABL We have received an ELEGANT Phonography Bookkeeping?; Iiuinet8? Type Writing and Telegraphy. Thoroughly and practically taught of Kentucky University. For circulars address Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington, Ky. at tha Commercial College It is not generally known that more adults die of Kidney trouble than of any other disease. When the first symtoms of this disease appear, no time should be lost in taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which is guaranteed or money refunded. lm Hlg Shipment. TEA cures Dyspep sia, Constipation and Indi gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. ujIama h UBI Aii and give a ticket with, each purchase of goods. A certain number of these tickets entitles you to I 0? SILVERWARE A PIEGg OF SILVERWARE FREE. CALL AND LET US EXPLAIN. Monte Fox bought and shipped to Jersey City. eight of the best cittle in this section. He bought from Joe Robinson 08 head, averaging 1,420 lbs , at 4 02 from Leander Davidson 34 head averaging 1,410 lbs., and 34 head from W. R. Cook at 4.75. car-loa- Ji Wi s a KMIGHTS OF PVTH1AS. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally inviG. B. Swinebroad, C. C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. ALL tVO.Vcy Should know that tlio "OIJ Tliuo" Keiaeily, A the C. & O. Ni:v York, Aug. 12, '98. Louis Landram, Lancaster, Ky: Boaster Fxss. Dear S.r Many thanks for your To QHain recommend ition of the C & 0. road. Oa my trip from Lexington to this city, I found things as you said they Call at my store and we will explain. would be; the officials courteous, the equipment magnificent, and the sceneTalk about cheap goods, when you buy of Very truly yours, ry beautiful. me you know yon buy the best. We allow no Llke-t TTBT Wl i i l cab EE i W. L. McFarlakd. A New Enterprise. Messrs. Rout and Norris, of Point Leavell, made an experiment on onion AFTER THE raising this season and have met with DO NOT RUN such great sncces3 that they will douCHEAP JOHNNIES. ble their efforts next year. They put in one acre and raised 250 bushels of extra fine onions. The seed sown were the "Yellow Denver," the "Silver Call ani Enjoy a Pleasant Chat King"' and "Australian." The onions are very large and j licy, and the bas- Pleased to see you. ketful left at this office are the finest NO WORRY HERE. we ever saw. Messrs. Rout and Norris will ship a big lot to the cities, but will sell any quantity at retail which local dealers may want one to und ersell us ou same grade of goods If we leud money we want Interest. If we exchange goods for dollars, we want a very small margin. Buy of us and get pure groceries. AMESICAX el Fencing. fence that always keeps its shape because it's built that way Nsthlns but larce s!ze licartlr galvanized wlro msdeof best l'cssemci steel i sed in ii con. Strtictiun same In all the 20 different styln made turns all kinds of stock and leaves'tho unharmed while the fence stands strung and sturdy. jpj THIS hinge-join- t makes an wires from justsb's fence and pre. Sff S ? 'W 1 vents stay Lendin- g- H. M. BALLOU, 'imp makes as tight a ncc in summer as in win-- r, and prevents stay wire oni being displaced. r THAT More than twenty million free samrcrslc Trrotlri. Corrects all th best MiouUlbo ruEruiarUiosln ples of CeWitt's Witch Hazal Salve 'cm lor t h3ne ol i un! before have been distributed by the manu.a:rr "n1 Time" ii:ns&j havo stool tha j t ioe twenty yeari. facturers. What better proof of their 8d 189S, sealed bids On Saturday, .n'ytr IwPpmcprJrcdldcoCa., Chatconfidence in it's merits do you want? will be received September for the renting of opened end It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the the shortest space of time. Stormes POORBOVSB FARM For sale hv R. E McTiobsrt.Lancaster In Garrard County, same containing 170 acres Drug Store. , lm well PUBLIC RENTING. We There's no fence that excels and few, if any, as good. f.'amfacUred by .iC.'.r.' STEEL AND WIRE CO., PITTSBURG, PA. rOR SALS DV -- -' J.C.Robinson, Lancaster. and no more desirMan's Uestlnvcstment of 805 Improved and well wateredin Garrard County able farm will be rented to S90 this year. Is at the Commercial College of KenCall on the undersigned or Magistrates cf tucky University foi' tuition and board Garrard County for Information. This Augustas 1S9S. for a course of instruction. Graduates It. A. BURXSIDE, of this College are now receiving from Judge Garrard Cvunty. 81,000 to S2.000 salary. For circulars, address Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington A Young In the very highest state ofcultlvatIon, Ky. HI W LIVIRY. A W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & Galley. I have purchased., the Ylfnltrvr ctaKin anrl am If First-Gla- s C 4l R Dreoared to furnish the II I Very Best RigsS f ' UVfllY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES SPKCIAL ATTENTION TO on .the shortest notice, g Special attention given 3 Commercial Travelers. S Sr . m J6s THAN BICE BENGE. I TRAVELING MEN. BflllllllllTtttlTttttTttTTTtffltl w CORSETS lU V ... Baby Mine! Every mother feels an indes- bt track by Jo Patches. fcu the T8soj?d of 2;0-- i Tho track wa best coptUtion, bat Star l? !14 not la Pointer cribable dread ant upon the most critical period of her life. mother should be a source of joy to all, but the one of misery. of the pain and danger attend- Becoming a its anticipation suffering and danger of the ordeal make MOTHER'S FRIEND Ivy., Tuesday, Aug. 10. The Legisla-- t , Sl.OOPERBOTTLE at all iveEoard is composed of W. P. Cox, or sent by express on receipt of price. of Anderson county; D. W. Dunn; E30KS Containing invaluable information oi will be to all rnrr Interest address, women,application,sent Boyle; A. J. Gorham, Fayette; Sidney, infcfc to any upon by Bedford, Franklin; G. T. Higginboth-amBBADFIELD BEQULATOB CO., Atlanta, . Ike Garrard; A. L. Chrisman, Jessamine; J. K. Baughman, Lincoln; A. H. V000O000000frOOO0000C00C$0000C03C oc c Vanhook, Mercer; J. A. Logan, ShelFARM AND STOCK NOTES. I by; C. S. Williams, Woodford; together with the Executive Board, composed of J. E. Delph, President, R. B KenClay Arnold bought a nice bunch of dall, Secretary, L. P. Srurr, J. D. Hin-toW. H. Warren and J. C Bosworth. yearlings at .25 per head. Chas. Adams bought of Boyle parties After an examination of the business for the past year the Board found the 20 shoats, averaging 116 lbs at 3 company in a flourishing condition, J. Y. Robinson bought of John A. having met all losses, and more than Woods, 10 Southdown sheep at S7.50 doubled its business. It now carries per head. 51,225.000 of insurrnce. Farmers deW. B. Burton sold Fox and Bright, siring to save money will find it to of Boyle, a nice lot of work mules at their interest to consider this system $30 per head. of protection against fire, lightning Bell, of Ohio, has bought of differ and wind. ent parties about 200 head of feeders Call on G. T. Higginbotham, at S4 per cwt. chairman county Board, Jesse II. Clay Sutton boupht of Frank Doty, agent Iliattsville, F. B. Kemper, Bourne, a bunch of 12a lb shoats at agent, Marcellus, or write the home ollice, CC6, Short St., Lexington, Ky, 8:5 75 cwt. 'r J. A. Robinson sold to Shell Harbi for circulars or information. It. B. Kendall, Gen'l Manager. son, of Lexington, his brown saddle 2t Lexington, Ky. mare, "Lee llobinson," for 400. Dr. S. M. Stedman, of llryantsville, Kcntr.c y Pensioner. sold 100 acres of his farm to Jerome Wasiiixgtox, 24. Pensions Aug. Sjarks, of Jessamine, for 50.S0 per have been granted to the following acre. Original Brice Kentuckians: Am. Bourne, the auctioneer, reports Birdie, SS; William M. :;0 cattle on the market Monday, all Renaker, 58. Restoration and additionsold at fair prices. Plug horses brought al Albert Fachtr, (deceased), Bagdad, g r, to S .0, sows and pigs S10 to J Si to S12. Increase JanK-- Carney, Newport, SS to 14; Thomas P. Bullock, snejp SI. 50 to S3. 'Cue makes luck." Farmers always Tyner, SO to Sa Original widows will hive good luck with their hogs Martha J. Pence, Summit, S12; Mariah wh-if ;d Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy, the Johnson, Paducah, SS; Letetia M. only reliable menicine for swine. Berry, Louisville, SS; Martha Facher. Thois-.ndsotestimonials from lead- - Bagdad, SS. in r breeders and feeders. For sale by Mutiny Anion Convicts. J M Higgicbatham. lm Fr.AXuror.T, Ky., Aug. 24. There it is siaieu irom cmciai sources at was a mutiny among the convicts in Washington that the United State6 the penitentiary Tuesday, the facts of prcduccs about 22 per cent, of the which were carefully guarded by the gold of the world and over 35 per cent. penitentiary officials, and the details of the silver. In legislation, why not and names of the leaders have not yet treat these two "infant indrustries' become public A white convict was alik-- V severely gashed by a Nvgro, but the With the idea of raising 25,000,000 prison officials, including Warden refused to give out any of the to help defray the budget deficiency, i:ie .lapanese uovcrnment it is au- - facts. Five convicts were engaged in the mutinv. but were foiled. n unccd, is thinking of starting State Cigarette factory. Arrangements When you call for DeWitt's Witch cm not be completed until 1900. The Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't deficiency for the next fiscal year will accept anything else. Don't be talked amount to 40,000,000 3 en. into accepting a substitute, for piles, The annual production of Iron ore for sores, for burns. Stormes Drug in Great Britain and Ireland is esti- Store. lm mated to have decreased from 10,087,-00in 1S71-- 5 to 12.249,000 tons in 1891-BROKER'S RIDE. while the production of the United States, which for 1S71-- averaged Thrilling: Experience of Broker McRob averaged 14,288,000 tons per erts With a Uurglar in Mrs. Mary 1S91-annum in the piriod George's Boarding House. , Star Pointer repeated his recordof Louisville, Ky., Aug. 24. A burglar 1:59 4 on the Columbus track last Mrs. week. Three thousand dollars had entered the boarding house of offered to the horse that would Mary George at 552 Fifth street Tues He was dis3 o'clock. day morning Drug-Stores- is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suffering incident to maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is removed by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness nausea and other distressing conditions are avoided, the system is armera Insure. made ready for the coming event, The Kentucky Growers Insurance and the serious accidents so common to the critical hour are Company, in which the formers of Garobviated by the use of Mother's rard county are so largely interested, is a blessing to woman. held its annual meetiug at Lexington, Friend. paced the .quarters in the following .19, :3) and :35 1:2, time: :29 Oae Minute Cough Cure surprises people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities without the least d mger. It has won for itself the of any preparation us id for colds, croup, tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs. Storines Drug Store. lm 'J he estimated average yearly production of wheat in Germany, United States, British Colonies and Dependen-dieand for all nations shows according to Consul Constable's analysis, that "the Unite I States produces nearly the British Colonies someand Gerwhat more than of the many less than total production of wheat throughout the world. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and. its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitt's W itch Hazel Salve the great pile cure. lm Stormes Drug Store. y s, one-fiftone-eigh- appalling situation, to which the au. thorities are just awakening because Those who have never had Blood Poi of a voice of protest that has come son can not know what a desperate con from the people. In the pastsix years dition it can produce. This terrible there have been 300 murders in Louisdisease which the doctors are totally ville, and not a single execution of thff unable to cure, is communicated from death penal t'. In the past two years one generation to another, inflicting its there have been 112 murders and 25 homicides, on the records. taint upon countless innocent ones. Some years ago I was inoculated with poison The highest penalty has been a senby a nurse who infected m babe with blood tence of 21 vears. taint. The little one was unequal to tne struggle, and its life was yielded up to the fearful poison. For six long years I suffered untold misery. I was covered with sores and ulcers from head to foot, and no language can express my feelings of woe during those long years. I had the best medical treatment. SeV' eral Dhvsicians succes sively treated me, but all' to no purpose. Tne mercury and potash seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me. I was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by it, to try Swift's Specific. We got two bottles, and I felt hope again revive in my breast hope for health and happiness again. I improved from the start, and a com- the result. S. S. 8. ftlete and perfect cure waswhich reaches desonly blood remedy perate cases- .Mrs. T. V. Lee, Montgomery, Ala. Of the many blood remedies, S. S. S. for D.tui:is;rs. Bowling Ghkkn, Ky., Aug. 24. In the United States court George Dining, of Indiana, has sued 10 farmers, "regulators," of Bowling Green, for Sues Sacrificed to Blood Poison. j.Tiri.j5farrrtfw LJiivjle L'rlruinul IteccmL FOR H0USE3 9Hie 0? ftEPORff. Inr a farm STeat 24.rTbe .crim. inal records of the tfiy show an Ky., Aug. Jxiiigton, Ky., on Which Doth Jti ttitutiou Will lie Located. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 32. The board of trustees of Kentucky's houses of reform met here, and after a long session decided on buying the Tanner place of 210 acres on the Greendale Cve miles from Lexington. Contrary to Gov. Bradley's interpretation of the bill creating the houses of reform, the house for the boys aud the one for the girls will be located on the same farm. This is also in opposition to Mrs. Beauchamp's views, and she' brought in a minority report against it. Her stand is that the houses must be located on separate farms, in order to carry out the spirit if not the letter of the law. There will be a hard fight against putting both hou-e- s ou the tame farm, and the governor will support Mrs. Beauchamp. Want to Itemaiii In Surv'ca. Frankfokt, Ky., Aug. 19. The officers of Col. Colaou's 4th Kentucky Trntv Decide to Hi!! Mutual Name. Address. D. Robertson. Lexington, Ky Robertson. Lexington, Ky D. Robertson. Lexlugtog. Ky S. J. Taylor. Lexington, Ky Ellen O'Day, Lexington, Ky A. J. Taylor, Lexington. Ky I). Robertson, Lexington, Ky V. 0. Nichols. Lonisvllh- - Kv Talitha Heathmau, Lexington Ky ujuii ciwueit, uixiiiKiou, ivy H. A. Welch, Nicholasville, Kv Buckner McKlrov, Lexington Ky Geo. Geo. Geo. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Geo. 1). iiuiiiR OF LEXINGTON, KY. Over $110,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Matured July 1898: Cost. f V ... ....29.5) ...zoja .$31 Paid. t71,u 69.30 79.4-- i ...5150 ....SLoO ,.. .34.50 ....27 SO ...S9.50 ....33.50 ...'J9.50 ....32.50 - 79.43 61 79.; 79.43 77.lt" 77.W 66.SO 77.00 66.SO , iamages, alleging that they attempted In the tight that resulted he killed John Conn ind was sent to the penitentiary for it, but was pardoned by Gov. Bradley. to drive him from his home. Transferred for S.ife Ky., Aug. Richmond, 24. ...Si50 ...SL50 ...3S.50 I p-- Wil-lar- d, s f Lil-lar- d, James Howard, who was eonv.cted at the relent term of the Clay county circuit ;ourt for participating in the famous feud, has been brought is the only one which can reach here for safe keeping. Howard ha, violent cases. It never fails to change cure perfectly and permanently the been granted a new trial, and a most desperate cases which are beyond of venue to the Laurel circuit court the reach of other remedies. A Seimationul Murder. Pkinceton, Ky., Aug. 19. Thursday afternoon Jimmy Johnson, white, 12 j'cars, and Chas. Wood, a Xegro, aged 14, were enraged in a game of marbles is purely vegetable, and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no and began disputing over the matter when the Negro picked up a rock and mercury, potash, or Valuable books mailed free by Swift advanced toward Johnson, striking Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. him in the back of the head. Johnson fell aud died in a second. Officers succeeded in capturing Wood and he K ecteil l'rco lodged in - jail. There is G F.ORfi etowx, Ky., Aug. 20. At a was meeting of thp committee irom the great excitement over the matter owtrustees of Georgetown college held ing to the prominence of the Johnson Friday afternoon Rev. James M. Frost, family. It is thought by many that a Negro. of Nashville, Tenn., was selected as mob will hang the president of the college to fill the vaState Railway Annual Keports. cancy caused by the resignation of Dr. Fbankfokt, Ky., Aug. 22. The anMr. Frost is a native nual reports of the state railroad comA. C. Davidson. of this county and graduated from the panies to the railroad commission, college in 1S71. which are due on September 1, are already beginning to come in. The penPrison Chair. Fhankfort, Kj, Aug. 23. The state alty for failure to report which goes board of prison commissioners will on after that date, and which is being hold a meeting some day this week to vigorously exacted, will greatly assist consider the question of rescinding the commission in its work this fall, the contract with A. D. Martin for the as all the reports will likely be in by cutput of the penitentiary chair plant the time fixed by law. Fatally Wounded at a Dance. An inventory of the penitentiary taken by the commissioners, it is claimed, Lexington, Ky., Aug. 22. At a NeEhows that the state is losing heav- gro dance in Warren ton, a colored subily each month on its contract with urb, Dick Waters, master of ceremonMartin. ies, shot and fatally wounded E Low-iThe wounded man was dragged Crushed III Employer's Head. out on to a back porch and the dancIxez, Ky., Aug. 20. News has reaching was kept up until 1 o'clock, when ed here of the killing of Van Bartram the condition of Lewis grew so serious by James Mead at Warfield, ten miles Waters ran off and the dance was east of this cily. Meade was an em- that ploye of Bartram and the' had some stopped. ; Z"itm nrjecied. diiiercncj over a settlement. Mead striking him over the head with a Frankfort, Ky.. Aug. 22. Petitions for pardon in the case of Leslie Sympdouble-tre- e and crushing his skull. lon and Charles Harris, of McCracken couut3, convicted of disturbing a pubSerst. AV. S. KeyuolcU Dead. Li:xixotox, Ky., Aug. 23. Sergt lic meeting, were rejected by the govWin. S. Reynolds, of Company M. 4th ernor, as was one for the pardon of Henry C. Cook, of Daviess county, conKentucky, died at the Protestant here. He was from Hyden victed of manslaughter. and taught school in Leslie county for Pensions Granted to Kentuckians. two terms. He was 28 years old and Washington, Aug. 23. The followa wife. leaves ing pensions havt been granted to Kentuckians: Original Frederick T. llonita Place Sold. Versailles, Ky., Aug. 23. Harry Arbogast, Newport, SS; Neil Begtol, Gilmore sold Bosque Bonita Place, the Muldraugh, 0. Increase Sandford S. farm of the late Gen. Abe Buford and Suodgrass, Dexterville, S6 to S3. Origiformer home of the great race horse nal Widows, Etc Nancy R. Reed, Enquirer, to George H. Watson, of Mains, S8; William P. Cornwell, father. Halfway, 812; Malissa G. Callahan, Frankfort, for S15, 125. Louisville, SS. Haker-Howar- d deep-Bcate- d, S.S.S.Blood other-mineral. regiment are making a desperate effort to prevent being mustered out of the volunteer service without having been given an. opportunity to even get out of the state. One or two of the officers came here to consult with friends among the state officers, and a number of telegrams were sent from here to Washington urging the president to rescind the order and let the mountain boys see some service in Cuba. It is the general opinion here that not 011I3- - the 4lh, but the 2J and 8d regiments will also be mustered out before the end of the month. Oppoktd Owr.NSUoiio, 10 Dr. Wliiisilt. Glen-viil- e Ky., Aug. 22. At the Daviess County Baptist association declined by a vote of 71 to 12 to strike from the report on colleges a clause withholding support from the Louisville Theological seminary if Dr. Whitsitt should retain any connection with it. The association, which has 9,000 members, practically pledged opposition to any candidate who shall not declare himself in favor of local option. 1 s. The oldest undertaker in point of service in Kentucky, and probably in the United LexluTton, States, lives at Owingsville, in Bath Kate S. Brown, Lexington, Ky Ky Kate S.Brown, county. Charles II. lloon is his name, A, S. Bowman, Lexington. Ky S. S. Wells. Georgetown, Ky and he is 79 years old. Mr. lloon has T. B. Crutcher, Nicholasville, Ky been an undertaker for 02 j'ears, be Thos A.Bollautyue, Cincinnati, O O . ginning as an apprentice in Pitts Thos. A. Ballantyue. Lexington, Ky Shooknm Gnlce Pool, burgh, Pa., in 1SS0. He has been at Shooknm Gulch Pool, Kexingion, Ky Shooknm Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky Owingsville for 4S years, and is very Shookum Culch Pool. Lexington, Ky Shooknm Gnlch Pool Lexington, Ky active and progressive for his years. Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington, Ky Got. lira il ley May Not Attend. Frankfort, Ky , Aug. 20. Gov. Oldest Undertaker. Versailles, Kj, Aug. 20. Herman Lettenhouse, Louisville, ky i.eiu ruug, Louisville, Ky R. Arnsofger. Lexlczton. Kv Rteveus & Marshall. Winchester, Ky K. J. Dietrich, LouUvllle, Kv John L. Fisher. Louisville, Ky ruriuuu tt noon. i.exiugton, Ky Kate-- Young. Louisville. Kv Mrs. 8. J. Taylor, Lexington, Ky Lillie B. Youug, Lexington, Kv E.S. Porter. Louisville, Kv....". Sallie Bishop, Leesbtirg, ky J. D. i'urcell. Lexington, Ky Asa Do(fge Lexington. Ky Francis A. Powell. Lexington. Kv Cbiu. K. Steimvehr. Rockwood. Tenn Perry Orostuaitc. Lexington Ky J. M. and John Skain, Lexingtiu Ky Carrie Rapp, Louisville. Ky .hhhkiu u. uurnes Lexington, Ky Saudy Jackson, N. Mlddletowu, Ky R. K. Johnson, Baltimore, Md Moggie H. Burrler, Lexington. Ky D. B. Good. Lexington. Ky Dr. A. P. Taylor. Lexington. Ky Anna Schmidt. Louisville, Ky run xiaricjc, Fronk Keenhart. LnnUvIll. kv John a. Hnguely. Burglu. Ky C A. Culver, Louisville. Kyv C. L.Spangler. Louisville. Ky (J. L. Parker, Somerset. Ky J. M. & John Skain, Lexington. Ky J.M.& John Skain. Lexington, Ky Miss Allca Adams. Loulsvilla. Ky Amanda J. Brittiughum, Iexingion. Ky Mrs. Uattie F. Heeht. Louisville, Ky Sue M. Gentry. Danville, Ky Thomas L. Given, Flemlngsburg, Ky Laiou Rickcr.IIarrodsburg, Ky W. H . Ford, Lexington, Kv W. II. Ford. Lexington, Ky W.H.Ford. Lexington. Ky Robert Wells. GeoOgetowu. Ky F. II. Norton, Lexington. Ky J. d Chrisman. Danvillk. Ky Jomes Ravencrait. Lexington, Ky Maggie Smith, Lexington, Ky E. F. Gaines, Danville, Kp J. D. Purceli, Lexington. Ky The Morning Herald, Lexington. Ky Miss Anna Knokle. Lexington. Ky Emil llhardt,, Nicholasville, Ky J. 8. Chrsmau, Danville. Ky W. B. Cassidy. Madlsouville. O W. J. Lougbridge. Lexington, Ky K. W. LeCain. Cincinnati. O Mary Atkins, Lexington. Ky O.S. Williams. Burgin. Ky Victor S. Leavel. Lancaster. Ky Kate S.Brown, Lexington, Ky .... 32.50 .....tt-V- ....3150 ....31.50 ,...31.50 ....31.50 ,...31.50 ) 74,12 74.32 74.32 74 :i! 71,12 71. 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Leavel, Lancoster Ky John Walsh. Maysville, Ky Hon. W. C. P. Brecckmridge. Lcxiugtou, Ky John R. Allen, Lexington, Ky Alice Nuss, Louisville, Ky Bradley announced Friday that he will John C. Lewis, Georgetown. Ky not be accompanied by his staff dur Mrs. Mattie Hervey, Nicholasville, Ky Lexington. Ky R. C. ing the G. A. R. meeting at Cincinnati F. M. Morgon, Graud Rapids, Mich Drake, and it is doubtful if the governor him He said self will be able to attend. ....10,50 8.50 9.50 ...A0M 8,50 9.50 OM 17.44 20XK Friday morning that he thought it ex ceedingly doubtful owing to press of For particulars business, as well as other later en gagements which conflict with the Cincinnati meeting. JUMPING Or A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, J. C. call on Hemphill, local apt, Lancaster, Kj. FOR SALE! H.D.ALDRIDGE, Murksbury, Ky A CLAIM. R. KINNAIRD'S the Sailors and the Widow the Sinn Who Didn't Get Left. Two farms, one containing 12 acres the other 90. Good farming land, comfortable dwelling Will houses .and convenient give liberal terms to purchaser. For particulars apply to Killed By a Porter. 3 5 b-'- at It ALL WOMEN JJlNE-TEHT- ofr ail tne pain andsicknessfrom which women suffer is caused by weakness or i derangement in I the organs of I menstruation. when Nearlv alwavs a woman is not well these mm 1 organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick. covered by Mr. Powell McRobcrts, an insurance broker, who, without The tackled the intruder. burglar, after a scuffle at the head of the stairs, made his way down with McRoberts on his back. At the foot of th6 fctairs, finding he could not shake off he drew a pistol and fired two shots at him. McRoberts slipped off just as the weapon was discharged, and the ball grazed his forehead, inflicting a slight wound and burning his face with powder." The burglar ran through a hall and bumped into Mrs. George, who had been awakened. He fired one shot at her, which miss.'d, and then made good his escape. He secured a small amount of money from the house. Washington, Aug. 23. The following postmasters were appointed for Kentucky Monday: Alexandria, Campbell county, Annie Kronz; Anthoston, Henderson county, Samuel Epperson; Burns, Pike county, N. T. Hopkins; Bscaped From JalL Lemon, McLean county, A. A. Wilson; K3-- . , Aug. 22. The fellow Lexonburg, Bracken county, C. N. Eminence, W. Carter, and McCarty; Starke, Elliott county, J. J. calling himself J. claiming to hail from Port Royal, this Kcgley. county, who was arrested for obtain Quarantine Kalsed. ing money underfalse pretenses, es Bowling Gkken, Ky., Aug. 2a Dr. A McCormack, caped from jail Saturday night secretary of the state hatchet and chisel had been furnished board of health, thinks the conditions him from the outside, with which he of smallpox in Jackson county are now cut his way out such as to justify the raising of the quarantine. He has therefore ordered lioy Drowned. Richmond, Ky., Aug. 23. Charles it to be discontinued. Coffee, ased 12, while bathing in a Uoy Killed. pond, was drowned Sunday uight Pinesville, Ky., Aug. 23. John GibYou invite disappointment when you son was killed at Rainbow creek, near experiment DeWitt's Little Early Ri the Bell county line, by Steve Johnsers are pleasant, easy, thorough little son. They quarreled over cards. John pills. They cure constipation and sick son struck Gibion with a mallet of headache just as sure as you take wood. Both are boys. them. Stormes Drug Store. lm lie Drunk Ac il. norKixsviLLE, Ky., Aug. 28. Harvey Boyd, son of J. A. Boyd, county asses sor, committed suicide at his home at Kelley Monday. He drank an ounce of carbolic acid. The motive is unknown. 1U Louisville, Ky.,Aug. 22. Sam Warner, proprietor of the billiard saloon at Tenth and Green btreets, who was shot by Robert Alford, the Xegro porAlford made ter, died next morning. his escape. New Kentuoky Postmasters. Low Rates Cincinnati I Very low rates will be In ef-ixect Irom aU points in the l South to Cincinnati and re- I turn via the Queen Oc Ores- IcentRoute and Its connect liner lines during- the J Paducah, Ky., Is nature's provision for the regu- jauon 01 ine menstrual function. It cures all " female troubles It Is eauallv effective for thr crlrl in teens, the young wife with doher mestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the " Change of Life." They all need it They are all benefitted by it FOr advice In cases requiring special directions, address, giviae symptoms, the "Ladles' Advisory Department1 TbeChattanooea Medicine Co., Cbana wnngii Tens. TOM. J. COOPER, TfeW, Mm., Mf " My Wr serf red frem very IrrtMlar art painful amtmliM and riecters ( Cartfoi canWiiet reHevt hr. Mfln Mtfreiy her and aiM kejfM cartel af less weeks ago he was bitten on the hand by a dog which has been a pet of the family for The dog immediately ran ava3' and was shot at by a neighbor as a mad dog, but was not killed. It was never seen afterward. On last Friday the boy became ill. Tuesday morning he became so much worse that Dr. B. B. Griffith was called in. After careful examination he diagnosed the case as hydrophobia. No hope of recovery is entertained. Dc You Want a Situation. A course of instruction pursued at the Commercial College of Kentucky University has been tie means of thousands securing positions and an increase of salary. The demand for the graduates of this responsible and influential College has exceeded- the supply. For circulars, address Wilbur li. Smith, Lexington Ky. - l'uby Dying of Hydrophobia. Aug. 24. The child of Wm. Banrd is a hopeSix victim of hydrophobia. G.A.RJ IZdNatloBalEacampaeatl Friday John Dewitt, while on the railroad track at Samuel's depot, a short dis tance from here, was struck by an L. & N. train and instantly killed. His remains were brought here to the coroner. Bequest to Be Mustered Oat, Washington, Aug. 2a A petition Killed by a Train. Babdstown, Ky., Aug. 20. Sept 5th to ietb, I 1898. Tickets win be on sale JSept. 3rd to 9th inclusive. Iffood returning; Sept.lJth. Extension or limit to Oc- 1 tober 2nd, can be secured' Fby depositing- - ticket with Joint Agent. CaU on your (Ticket Agent or write for full Information to Chas. W. Zeel, D.P. A., Cincinnati, O. Finest train ervlca in the South. Through i Pullman Sleepers on hmnlsome veBtlbuled trains run daily ' Ifxom JacksonvUIe, Savannah. Atlanta. Columbia, JC&con, J Birmingham. Meridian. New Orleans, AshevlUe. Xnoxvilla. Chattanooga, liexlngton, etc.. through to Cincinnati without change, via the,famous has been forwardad by nine companies in the 2d Kentucky infantry, at Chick' amauga, asking to be mustered out of service. . The bick at bautia'u. Washington, Aug. 24. Gen. Shaffer in a report to the. war department Tuesday says the number of sick at Santiago is 900; total fever cases, 031; total new fever cases, 74; total fever cases returned to duty, 8& Deaths from August 13 to August 22, 8. Richmond, Ky., Aug. 24. William Sharp, one of the oldest men in Madison county,, died at Boonesboro, aged SI years. A (fed Kentucklau Dead. Iueen & Crescent ROUTE I1uama CUBAN RELIEF caret rldMICrS Colic Neuralgiaand Toothache and gaauur CosplsiBts. wln gye amutec Sour Stomach Priee, 25 Casta "While I was out west last winter," remarked the man who travels around a good deal, and who always manages to find the funny side of life, "I chanced to pass a party who was engaged in running a prospect hole in a hill near the road. Curious to know what his prospects were, I rode over to where he was. He had taken out a considerable quantity of white quartz, but I could not discover any signs of color. "The party was an old man who didn't seem to take kindly to my presence. I asked him what his prospects were, but he made no reply. So after looking around for a few minutes I rode on. "I had not gone far when I was hailed by a party lying concealed in the long grass. " 'Say, stranger,' he whispered, 'how is the old man getting along?' " 'I don't know,' I answered, 'I could get nothing out of him." "The party in the grass chuckled, v " 'He thinks you're lifter the widder, too.' " 'What widow?' I asked. " 'Why, the widder Spriggans. You see that thar claim belongs ter the widder. She lives down thar, an everybody round yere is keepin' an eye on thet thar claim. If hit pans out they want ter marry her, but if hit don't pan out they don't want ter marry her, 'cause the. widder without a gold mine ain't a payin' investment. Ole man Bungs, thet's him down j'an- der workin' the claim, thought thet he would play smart and git the inside track by offerin' ter work the claim fer nothin'. But I'm goin' ter fule him! The minute he yells an throws up his lint I'm goin' ter scoot fer the widder's, an' I've hit iiggered out thet I kin git thar five minutes be fore he does. 1 ou d better move on now, stranger, the ole man maj smell a rat an' not throw up his hat when he strikes hit rich.' "I rode on, and a short distance further oiTl was hailed by another party. " 'Stranger,'' said he, "how does the land lay down thar?" '.'Are you after the widow also? I asked. " 'You bet,' he answered, slapping his leg. 'I'm keepin' an eye on Jim who's hidin down thar in the grass. Jes' the minute thet I seejjim cinch up his belt I'm goin ter make tracks fer the widder's.' "I rode on without meeting anyone else until I reached the house where the widow lived. Here I discovered an old mnn sitting upon a fence, and who immediately inquired how 'them thar critters were get tin' on clown below! "I explained the situation to him, and as he shifted his position on the fence, he said: "'Wul, hit won't do 'em any good. I've jumped the claim. Me nn' the married three hours ago. Hit piiiy jjan out an' hit may hot. Hit's a speculation. But hang hit all, aman has got ter take some chances if he gits along In this world!" Detroit Free Press. s, VALUABLE Insurance Agency Representing Over $57,000,000 - J In the following Fire Insurance Companies .Etna of Hartford. Queen of America. National of Hartfort. Phenix of Brooklyn. Hartford or Hartford. Manchester or England. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and Merchantile. German American or New York. Liverpool and London and tilobe. I also represent the old reliable Sarrari County Farm fir Sale. As agent o the MItchel Brcaidus' heirs, I will on the lothDAY OF SEPTE3IB at 10 o'clock, a m. on the paemises, sell publicly to the highest and best bidder the inrm belonging lo s.iid heirs, containing 141 acres. TJ2R3IS made known on day of sale. This farm is situated one and nue-hal- f miles from Lauca-ter- . Ky.. on the llnckeye turnpike, with good dwelling and out houses. The farm is in high state of cultivation, all of it being in 40 acres, it being in corn. This frass except best watered farms iu Garrard of tne couuty. I will take pleasure in showing any one over the place at any time before the date of sale. W. M. BROADDUS, Agt. New York Life Insurance is Sale of Land. p. J- - OOyfUa.AJT"5rT. HOOD, J. LANCASTER, KY C. Thomp3m's jewelry store SURGEON-DENTIS- As agent of the Columbia Finance and Trust Company, assignee of Commercial Building Trust Co.. of Louisville, Ky. I will on the 26th day of September, iSgS 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 laud iu Garrard 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 Office over Danville street. Go on the DANVILLE Lv. Lancaster 8 Lv. Danville 2 r.31. STAGE 4:50 LINE. train for improvements. Ar. Danville 10:30 a.jt. Ar. Lancaster 4 0 p.m. Said land is in a good state of cultivation. 40 acres of which can go In wheat this fall and the rest in grass. Said land is known as the Makes connection with Jno. l. Smith farm. TERMS One third cash and balance in one aud two years equal payment with 6 per cent on defered payments from day of sale until paid. Assignee of Commercial Building Trust. Captain I. M. Dunn, auctioneer. Stable or Clemens IIoteL KAIL HO AD TI3IE TABLES. Columbian Finance and Trust Co. T. B. ROBINSON. Agt. a. gouth-b'n- d North-b'nd u j. craaco. " Auriu-South-b'n- ua rasa gr Mixed, passes Lancaster, II A", a. x Mixed, " 12A. 2j;al Executors' Sale! As Execntor of the late will of Wyatt Hughe dee'd. we will on Queen & Crescent Route. FASSE8 DANVILLX. NORTH BOUND. Number (Dally except Sunday). ...G:C9 a. m Number uaiiy except Hunaayj.... i:n p.m Number .3:13 I ring.. ......... Number 3 (don't stop) 4:17 pm 10 u !'' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 189S, sell to the highest bidder The Farm, about two miles from Danville, on the Pleasant Hill turnpike, containing about SOCTH BOUND. Number 1 Mnn't i)nn .11:42 a. m. Number .1 mllv PTNnt 9nnH.'' 11:10 Number Number 3 (Midnight flag) "".h:! pi m SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE Thepla;e adjoins the farms of J. C. Caldwell The soil is fertile, in a sary nign state 01 cultivation, ana spienaiaiy wat, cred. Also, at the same time and place, the following W. T. Robinson, and others. The place condwelling, two barns and necestains a 210 ACRES! PERSONALITY! brood mares and mnle colts, 6 head of fine work mules, 4 milk cows and calve, V head of fine hogs. 60 acres of corn in the held, 34 acres of hay in the stack, a lot of farming utensils, 1 roc ka way, 1 buggy, household and kitchen furniture. The sale will be held on the premises, and commence at 9 o'clock, a. m. sharp. d TERMS: The land will be gold for cash, balance in two equal payments of one and two years, with 6 per cent, interest 01 deferred payments from day of sale. TLe personal property will be sold on the following terms: Sums of $10 and nnder. cash in band. over $10, three months time without interest. EPHBIASf HUGHE8, 7 Aayoae sending a sketch and description quickly ascertain oar opinion free whether Bar an invention uproDaoirpatenuoie. ixrararanlr-tton- s strictly conSdentUL Handbook on Patent enffree. Oldest i ncr for secnrlns Datenta. rateata taken throasn Mann & cu. recerra fecial notice, without charge, la the Tradc Mams Designs Copyrights Ac Aaadaoseiy ilhutrated year Scientific JMericaii. weekly. Lanreatcrn. foar moata OEOBGK HUGHES, J. B. HUGHES, M1aVM,Hf flit Executors