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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r tntt-On ttOf 2X Entered at the Pot Lancaster KJ Steond hatter NUMBER Z3 V 1 hg r VObUME Office a as Class PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS Cur Public Square and Danville Avenue LA DRAM Ire you Thinking About having a Good Roof put upon your house If you are J R Haselden will be glad to give you fig ures There is no wear out to a Good Tin Roof J el den Col WGWelch Stanford W I Williams Lancaster WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly Has l aY R1 c 1 1 BEAZLEY BAUHMM FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky It BAL IING LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPIEMBE 9 1898 ABOUT LANCASTER j eOi8eoooooooooo i ooJoooo NAND Graded School begins Monday Wanted veal calves 1L B Centennial next Fri day Smoke Proctor Kuott cigars and be happy Pure Homemade candies at Edmins tons Kandy Kitchen Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs at J A Beazley fc Co The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Games Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer the Proctor Put the urchins in the Graded School and keep them off the street Remember G S Gaines handles the Superior See his ad on Page 2 Vt Nice farm of ISO acres for sale For price and terms call on J M Logan The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Higginbotham this week Three shorthorn bull calves about one year old Geo T Evans Fiftyseven tickets to Cincinnati were sold by Agent Patterson for Tuesday mornings train Mad dogs are creating much in Mercer county Load you old musket and have it ready The Public Square is being patched In other words it has been given sev eral loads of rock in broken doses Bunch of keys Owner can get same by applying to Mr Zanonc and paying 40cts for this notice The Lancaster Graded school will begin Monday All between the ages of G and 20 are expected to be present Will ply lOc fcr fresh eggs for hens spring chx Ge for large for small young dux 4c old 3c geese 25 to 33c II 15 Northeott X Will Je Closed Our store will be closed on Satur day the 17th and Monday the 26th Court Day on account of holidays Our friends desiring to make purchas Northco I Knottcigar For Sale Found Wes 5 7 t Nichol asviile excitement chi dren es will please call before these dates and greatly oblige us J Joseph tf Go over to Nicholasville next Friday and you will never regret it Those people know how to make a fellow feel like life is worth living One Cent and Cost Jos Francis sued the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike for stopping him for a back toll account The jury awarded one cent and cost Seed Wheat We have seme splendid seed wheat for sale It has been screened clean and uniform grain call and see us HA B MARKSHURV R II Batson the hustling mer chant comes out in a big ad this week and tells the people of his big stock of uptodate goods Look at page 4 and see if you can find it Big Success the supper given by the ladies of the Fork church Friday evening was a success in every way Those in charge remembered THE RECORD in a way that will be long remembered Judgment for S5O In the case of Mrs Burnside against Jim Hamilton for damages caused by the latters horse colliding with the formers buggy the jury awarded dam ages in the sum of fifty dollars The suit was for 3000 Forty Dollars Hutchison who sued VV H Furr for 50JO damages by reason of Hutchi sons children eating rat poison the latter had put out was given a ver dict for forty dollars The case took up several days time in the court To Visit the Schools GMiss Elisa Lusk county superinten dant will during the month of visit the schools in the county As this will take up so much time she will only be at her oflice on Saturdays and court during the month tf The anonymous letter writer has again been getting in his work The to treat these epistles is with silent contempt It is impossible to find the author They are s nt to this office so frequently that we sedom at tempt to read them Capital Stock Reduced By a unanimous vote the stockhold ers of the Citizens Bank decided Tues day onlyway September REA D FOR YOUR 1 F c V- k PALL ORDERS We represent the following uptodate tailors j Our Special Or r Lines Complete M BOND CO Chicago GLOBE TAILOR ING CO Cincinnati LAMM CO Chicago KAHAN BROS Louisville BERYMAN AN OHEIM Chicago NATIONAL TAILORING CO New York MMMMOMMMMM9 6IMae M M IOMMMO We can show you everything known to the trade in Foreign and Domestic Wool ens at prices which stump all competition V r Fine Workmanship and Fit Guaranteed f k 1 Come to us We mil are you correctly LOGAN THE l i9 a t 1 y A ROB NS day to reduce the capital stock from 100000 to 50000 The immense tax ation placed upon the banks has caus ed nearly all of them to reduce stock and shave expenses Council Meeting The City Council met in regular ses sion Monday night but did nothing of importance Ellen Evans a colored wonran asked to compromise a fine of 125 for selling whisky and the Coun cil accepted 100 High School Diplomas The Board of Trustees of Lancaster Graded School held a meeting Monday and decided that pupils who complete the course of study in the eleventh grade in said school shall graduate and receive a High School Diploma signed by the principal and trustees Mistaken Idea Some lumberhead started the report that parties going to Cincinnati had to change cars between here and the Queen City Such is not the case This train takes you right into the Union depot and leaves that station returning It only takes four and one half hours to make the run Overcoats I have the best line of samples for Ready Made and Tailor Made over colts at living prices Young men under 35 breast measure can save money by calling to see me Boys co hing and Gents Furnishing Goods at Philadelphia prices Fit or no pay M D HUGHES Agent Be On The Lookout There are several dead beats head ing this way who claim to be victims of the Maine disaster They put up a wonderful story of hairbreadth es capes and wind up by soliciting aid to reach friends in the north They have ben expose in several towns and it will be well to be on the lookout for them Answers as Well The inventive facilities of the Win ch jster girl seem practically unlimited By tying sandpiper about her ankles a Winchester girl produces the same ef buying an expensive silk The pieties of sandpaper rub to gather and sound just like a 12 skirt rough on the dressmakers though Richmond Pantagraph This office can print anything you want When people sen 1 their work tr t e city and say they CIKS get what they want here it is simply because they no town cr county pride Suci people are perfectly willing to mike their money here bit think the town is not good enoujh to spend it in Pretty pass Lieut ATlivrrltt Ill Lieut Claude Wherritt who was here last week was taken ill when he returnei to Chickamauga and it soon became necessary to bring him home The case soon developed into typhoid f aver and he has since been very ill this writing he is resting easy and the physician Dr Bash thinks he will pull throusrh all Interesting Suit The city of Danville has brought suit against the county of Boyle pray ing that the county be made to keep up those streets whreh were a part of the turnpikes recently bought by the county and formerly maintained by the turnpike companies The Advo cate says the county will fight the case every inch of the way Sermon to Children Rev Eenry Faulooner asks THE REC ORD to announce that he will preach to children union meeting in the Presbyterian church Sunday eve ning beginning promptly at 7 oclock He is particularly anxious for children of all denominations to come He will not keep them more than threequar ters of an hour at the longest Richmond Pike Too In our report of the grand jurys work last Issue we failed to state that the Richmond pike company was also indicted with the others for failing to make report to the county All three of the pikes still charging toll were indicted two for failure to make report and one for failure to keep road in repair Prices and Quality I have 1000 samples for Fall and Winter Suits which are off re I at the very lowest prices I make small profits in order to sell Tailor made suits as low as 1125 up to 30 Readytowear ALL WOOL suits from 750 to 18 Come and test the goods and compare prices and qualities and will buy Thanking my old I invite to come to come to see me before buying v D HUGHES Agent The flight Move V County Court together with the City Council has advertised for bids tot tearing awaythe old stable on the erection of a shed under which the prison The officers are certainly moving right direction by having this property put indecent Waen the new pavement is completed it will be as nice a piece of property as can be found in any AIL hats off to the Council There is a good demand for in Lancaster and its difficult to I I by skirt Petty have A atthe curt jOlt everyboiy 4 M The c JY I f s 1 r factas right customers they lot and to work Ors ju the slap i town Court and aitere tootatiPsnted storerooms a see why some firstclass ones are not erected We know two parties who want good rooms and are willing to pay reasonable rent for them We al so know another party who wants a room even if off the Square If some capitalist who is not afraid to spent a few dollars will put up some first class rooms he can make big interest on his investment To the Pen Sheriff Saunders took the following prisoners to the Frankfort penitentiary Tuesday morning John Kerse color ed for shooting and wounding five years Frank Turner white hog steal ing one year Speed Young five years William Potts housebreaking six years and Monkey John horse stealing two years is a pretty good batch and if future juries will keep up the good work the county will soon be the most law abiding in the state Lamps to be Placed As soon as the pavement along the street leading to the depot is finished the Council will hve the lamps plac ed in position They will be kept burning every dark night so those coming on the night trains can see the way to town This is a mighty good move and the Council is to be congrat ulated for having it done A hustling Council is necessary to keep a town up to date and the Lancaster board is fast shaking the moss off in lots of places Fall Announcement The old reliable firm of Wanamaker Brown have put out their ALL WOOL and defy competition in prices and quality I also have sam ples from DesbeckerBlock Tailoring Company of Buffalo New York and Howard Tailoring Company of Chica go They have new and exclusive styles for fine Tailoring the latest and most approved designs and weaves in Woolens and guarantee perfect satisfaction in fits trimming and Workmanship Come and get prices and examine good M D HUGHES Agt Something New and Very Good We have recently placed in our mill one of the most complete Corn Clean ers that is made It cleanses corn perfectly and makes the meal as pure as the cleanest flour It first takes out by separation selves all of cobs shucp rat filth etc then it scous all impure smell from the corn We also keep in stock gra ham Hour put up in 12 12 lb sacks made of all the wheat and Fench Burrh Mill Stones We art now prepared to clean seed wheat at Sits per bushel 3L BURNAM RUCKER Give Peddlers the Shake Give peddlers the shake Their interests are of no concern to you says an exchange They taka money out of a town and leave none They have no business reputation to sustain and are more apt to skin you than not There is absolutely not one single in buying from peddlers therefore give these itinerants the shake There is not an article they sell that cannot be bought as cheap of tie dealers in your own town who ply taxes and help to while the peddlers do nothing forus Trade with the merchants who advertise let the peddlers go A Curiosity S D Merritt who has charge of the electric light plant showed a RECORD man a bible which by reason of age and peculiar wording is a curiosity The back is of leather sewed on with raw hide and the type is about three times the size you now read in this paper Mr Merritt says the book has been handed down through relatives and iuly five hundred years old In many places it differs greatly with the often rehashed version of the scriptures in use today Mr Merritt will gladly show the book to any stu dent of the bible Its safe to say he will not be kept busy by Lancaster student Goad Quality Low Prices Our tailormade suits at 1075 equal others at 1500 and those at SIS and 15 equal many others at 18 and 20 Oar readymade suits at 8 10 and 12 are positvily all wool and very low in price Examine the Samples for yourselves About 1000 to select from Boys and young mens cloth ing a specialty The best quality of Furnishing Goods from Wanamaker and Brown Philadelphia prices Come and buy a complete outfit at prices Pants made to at to 3 Perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed Overcoats are priced at low water mark M D HUGHES Agt The Bankruptcy Law The new bankrupt law went into ef feet August 1st but it cannot bo until the re crees in office ready for business When the would be bankrupt takes his application he is required to deposit 25 jn cash in order to pay the and clerk Then the referee takes charge of his business and settles it for him after taking out the amount allowed by law of the State in which the bankrupt lives He into cash pays the money out to creditors and when everything is gone he gives bank rapt a clear receipt for all his his groundon colt buildup itis pot 3 debts housebreaking 1 samples over pieces C advantage reduced measure enforced are referee turns everything this TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Year in Advance1100 per A X 0X AUTUMN I t newIGOODS Stork will be COMPLETE IN A WEEI or Ten Days DRY GOODS CO I I ii 4 I ItFIicffLOGAN not forgetting to remunerate himself with 1 per cent of the total proceeds which is all he gets in addition to tie fee of 510 House for Kent The Cottage just inside the tollgate on Stanford pke occupied by W Met Johnston will be for rent by or before the last of September It has three nice rooms large kitchen two splendid cistern water right in the porch large yard splendid garden good stable and buggy house large lot and is every way a desirable resi dence It is freshly painted and in thorough repair throughout It has a house of three rooms that readily rent for thirtysix dollars a year Any one desiring to move to town where they can educate their children for nothing would do well to examine this place For information call on or address W McC Johnston or W J Romanssep Assessor Appointed Mr E W Harris has been appointed city assessor for the ensuing year A member of the Council told THE the list of last year only contain ed three dogs two cows no bicycles no diamonds a couple of pianos about twentyfive dollars worth of jewelry and absolutely no cash This makes it easy to see why the list of taxable proyerty fell off so materially It is safe to estimate the number of dogs at ten thousand pianos a few thousand less enough cows to blockade all the streets and pinchback jewelry enough to stock every street fakir in the state The assessor has received instructions to make vigorous inquiries into this matter when taking the list this fall and it is safe to say it will run back to where it properly belongs There is just as much fraud in refusing to give in bicycles pianos dogs and as there would be in evading the tax on a house and lot Big Day at Lexington One of the biggest days in the histo ry of Lexington will be to day Friday Several prominent among the number being Jim Hamilton this city have arrange I for a number of events which will draw like a porus plaster The proceeds of the day will be used for benefit or the soldiers hos pitals in that city TUB RECORD all to attend as thy will ba given a fine days entertainment and at the same time be helping a worthy The program includes a competitive drill for a purse of 100 One company Pram each regiment will participate A committee of seven ladies from different counties will I porches goodservants RECORD Kentuckians o who jewelry advises can cause award a purse of S33 to to the best mounted officer There will ba mulo races pony races and running races tie fo ir of the latter having purses of 5103 to 125 each The governor of each State represented has been to speak as well as the following wellknown orators John Young Brown Ilardin Henry Wat terson Charles J Bronston Geo Den ny W C P Breckinridge Thos Z Morrow J C S Blackburn James B McCreary Admission 5c Meeting of Mexican War Veterans The Old Heroes to have a Grand Tim The next meeting of the Na tional Association of Mexican War Veterans at Louisville Ky Sept 21 22 will be an eventful occasion The morning of the 21st the Veterans will be expected to assemble in the Council Chamber at the City Hall where a meeting will be called by Maj fc P Tufts IVeot The Veterans should be informed that the Fifth Avenue Hotel will be headquarters and that bath the Fifth Avenue and Willard Ho tels have consented to entertain such of the Veterans as may not be able to pay the regular charge at the rate of 5100 per day Both of these hotels are convenient to the City Hall where your business meetings the first and second days will be held Oa the night of Sept 21st a welcome meeting will be held in a Hall yet to be selected For further imformation regarding special rail road rates etc address President S P Tufts Centralia Ill or Secretary Wilbur R Smith Lex ington Ky P State Associ ation of Mexican War Veterans will meet at Harrodsburg Sept 20th The next day the Veterans will gc to Lou isville to attend the National Meet loyal is tile highest grade hallos p w r fcatw AcUMrf test show it i e third farther tbM M otfcer hrMtf Pat VJ SThe ing The invited business os y a aOYA biKING All POWDn co Yew FGWRYOY- AIMgN9 YOML R f t CENTRAL RECORD iEVEUY WEEK BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY PublisherLOUIS LLYDRA1r TErus ONE YrAK IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS THREE d f k FRIDAY September 9 1898 Jov UKAOJKV has endeared himself to all those having relatives in the by his action in sending a Chickainauga The governor went SRv ral banks in Frankfort to borrow the money to pay for the train but not leaving the usunl gold elephant these institutions require as security could not accomolate him H- etun went to a private individual and goi the money The governor made a personal inspection of each tent in the Kentucky camp No officers jitie4 him and the men were told to say just what they thought of the nation at Chickamauga He found that while much sickness prevails yet the regiment has fared no worse than the others there The governor went with the train and personally super vsed the moving of the sick boys On the return he had the par nvs and friends notified and at the depots to meet the men Too much praise can not be bestowed upon Gov Bradley this work lie went into his own pocket to defray some of the expense to spy nothing of the time and worry it caused him Dr James one of the physicians who went with the gaver nor says of the c mp The trouble is due to lack of drainage and also to the fact that the entire camp has used a general dump near the camp where all the garbage and refuse of the camp has ben deposited Generally speak ing however I did not see anything at Camp Thomas which I would feel justified in criticising so far as man agement is concerned Gov Bradley may send out still another hospital train to gather up the sick Kentucky soldiers at Montauk Point the Long Island College hospital and Fort Me l hirson THE chances arc that appointments to Vest Point will go begging here after From the manner in which ed ucated soldiers were ignored in the recent war it Shows that to get in tHe push one must be an expert in pulling political wires Xo other qual locution was necessary in picking com mending oilicers of the present volun leer organizations There are no in dueeiucnts now for a boy to enter West point and spend the best portion of his life in studying to be a soldier Its a sad state of case but true never theless WK do not wish to say I told you s V but the following special fits our predictions squarely The opinion tcacrally prevails at Washington that the mismanagement sickness and deaths in the volunteer camps have been due mainly to serious defects in the National Guard system by which inexperienced men were put under the officers who often owed their appointments to political and were in consequence unfit for their responsible duties IT is expected that an effort will be made in Congress to strengthen the weak points developed in the National Guard system by the experience of the war It is hoped that steps will be taken in this direction condi ton of the regular trained soldiers who did the fighting at Santiago is not near so bad as that of the men who have never been off their native soil This looks like proof enough to show conclusively that politicians are not fit to place over men Crr SwEKXEr who resigned from the Lebanon company is saying hard things about CoL E 1 Gaithcr among them being the charge that it was Gaithers cowardice which prevented the regiment from croing to the front If Sweeney is as badly mistaken in all his charges as he is in calling Gaither a coward he is simply talking to hear his head roar TIIK Navy Department confirms the report that the Iowa and Oregon are to sail soon for the Pacific station where they will be available for die patch to the Philippines in ease of fur taer trouble If any more trouble comes there is where it will bo Itswell enough to keep a weather eye on these islands JESSE BAKRETT and James write to Gov Bradley that they take pleasure to inform him that they are in the Stanford jail awaiting action on a charge of murder in Clay county They want the governor to furnish troojs to take them back to Clay as they fear mob violence MIL GILBERT says in his that Hon George Davison the republican nominee is cordially invit ed to be present and will be given an equal division of time Mr Davison is still in Michigan and it is not known whether he will accept the invitation or not STAIN is having trouble with its Peace Commissioners Senor Castillo has declined to serve and it is said that three others will decline if they have not already done so Some of the Madrid officials aro even talking of the futility of sending any commission ers to Paris at all MIL McKiXLEYs administration would have been absolutely above re proach if at the had cut the cable between he and Mark Planters Cuts Burns Bruises Eben be jnatism and Sores Price 25 cents 4 S3 bredal train after the sick soldiers t fur commandof influence announcements 1e inning he 0 I L cures v ev ace y the 3z Ha CUBAN r K om kerI nag ed cial C me El PAINT LICK Dr W G Casenburg and family of Knoxville have located here for the practice of his profession Protracted meeting begun at Mt Tabor church Monday night Mr Williams of ftarrodsburg1 will assist Rev Mahoney iu the meeting IL L Wallace left Thursday for Xewburn Tenn where he has a posi tion in the Union mile and female graded school Mr Wallace has taught both public and private schools in our midst with success and we feel assur he will meet with approval in his new field Mary Lear returned Thursday Lancaster where she has been visiting the Misses Thompson Col C C Gibbs wife and daughter Miss Ma riiu of San Antonia Texas Mrs Beb uer of Philadelphia and Emerson Collins of Georgetown were the pleas ant guests of Mr John B Parites and family from Saturday until Miss Georgie Henry of Lancas ter is visiting Miss Lucy Ballard W S Fish and C F Higgins are in Cin of Danville is the attractive guest of Miss Willie Mae Denny Miss Margaret Hunt of Richmond is visit ing the Misses Poyntz E 1 Short left Monday for Waddy where he will at tend the Normal the winter R N Todd left last week for Georgetown College where he will take the degree Misses Grace Kate and Celia Jackson of Sherman Texas are visiting their uncle Mr Jack Adams The hop given by the Paint Lick So Club last Friday night with Mr F Higgins as manager proved quite a success All night long the merry dancers tripped the light fan tastic to the strains of gay music which was furnished by Owen band of Richmond Those wee plisses Birdie Jaring May and Madge Hart Lizzie and Bessie Turley Margaret Hunt Rice and Deatherage of Richmond Estelle Crawford Danville Georgie Henry Lancaste Lucy and Mary Ballard Value Campbell Willie Mae Denny Battle Mitchell Frankye Doty Kath Lien and Estelle Poyntz of PaintLick Messrs Gena and Charlie Douglas Ballard Luxon Henry White John D Goodloe John Arnold Geo and John Simmons Allen Zaring John Turley Will Letcher and McChord of Rich raodd James and Will Arbuckle Chris Farris Dr Lucien Rice Kirksville Doty Branan Beazley Allen Hiatt Will and Sam Denny John Burnside Will Doty Point Leaven Epp Camp bell Dr Ed Poyntz Harry David Harvey O A Fish a F James Ballard Wade Terrill Robt Sallee Richard and Will Jones Thomp Ramsey James Butner Gugan of Paint Lick with Mrs Hudson and Adams as chaparones One Minute Coughs Cure surprises people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities with out the least danger It has won itself the best reputation of any prep aration used today for colds croup tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs Stormes Drug Store lm BUCKEYE Reports say that Buckeye is to have a double wedding soon Rev F Willis ended his 4th year of pastoral service at Gunns Chapel Sun day The colored association which con vened here last week was largely at tended and about 30 preachers were present Joseph Simpson sold to Griggs of Madison 24 cattle at 52112 Also sold to Scott Bros of Buena Vista a lot of cattle at 8293 Woolford Raney was employed week to act as nurse for Wesley Hicks of Mt Hebron who was very low and died of typhoid fever Joseph Simpson and daughter Miss Celesta and J W Brown and wife the Baptist Association in Stanford last week Miss Georgia Hunter of Nicholasville is with Miss Sallie B Died the 3Jth of August Maggie Dean the beautiful baby of Mr and Mrs John Dickerson aged 5months The bereaved parents have the sympa thy of the community but the consol ing thought should be the tender Shepherd careth for her with the rest of the redeemed lambs of his fold More than twenty million free sam pies of EeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have ben distributed by the mariu facturers What better proof of their confidence in its merits do you want cures piles burns scalds sores in the shortest space of time Stormes Drug Store lm SWEENEY J L Warner sold to B F Robinson head of cattle at Sets a lb O B Perkins sold to Jim and Frank Bourne 6 heifers averaging 525 Ibs at 30 also sold to Sam Anderson 3 yearling steers at 4cts S Morgan and soli went to Cincin natilast week with one car load of cat tie which they shipped from Danville also shipped one car load of sheep from Gilberts Creek Little Emma Land of Rowland spent last week with Annie May Per kips of this vicinity Mrs Lou Gray and little son master Dan of Liv visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W P Dishon Mr Walter Dishon and wife and little Ella Holtz claw of Lancaster visited relatives near Gravel Switch last week For broken surfaces sores insect bites burns skin diseases and ally piles there is one reliable remedy Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve When you call for DeWitts dont accept counterfeits or frauds You will not disappointed with DaWitts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes Drug Store lm I inl atfrom Wednesday Crawl College coming Walkers present Francis Higgins Walker attended Rays stone are t Ali sue es peel M did gy to the ed a I ly see my the the to on ry of me to t he Prof Qowcn Reply to the Trustees Card The Board made the charge that sold that which did not belong to me and that I knew at the time that it not belong to This is a pretty strong statement for them to make They dont give me the benefit of a shade of a saadow of a doubt in the case They condemn and hang without witness judge or jury dont even give me the benefit of cler my burial I have just sold that which was not my own and I knew it not to be thats alL Well the last part of that charge they do not know be true nor can they know That I know I had no right to it I do most positively deny On the contrary I had always thought that I had a per feet right to it until Sept the 12th and it never entered my mind that even the Board thought differently til a few days ago While I ask no consideration at the hands of theBoard nor do I expect any I can but wish that my brother had been spared the humiliation of seeing me published to the world as dishonest and that too over the signature of two men who sustain to him the peculiar and deli cate relation of Elders to a Pastor in church for which he has minister so long I believe that he would have died in his tracks before he would have published to the world the hosesty of one of THEIR brothers even though he might have known him to be guilty thus seeking to bring sorrow and humiliation upon the innocent In reply to the Boards note I wish to give my reasons for thinking I had right to the property for a year and trust I shall do so in better spirit than they showed I deal in epithets use ugly names or make ug faces at them lest the public should in that the weakness of my cause and suspect that such was my only re course 1 In the first place nearly all the communication I had with the Board before I came to Kentucky was thro brother I had only one letter from secretary and my brother under stood that I was to have the house not during school only but for the whole year and he of course gave me to un derstand it as he understood it but Board would say that he derstood them so Ill give a second reason 2 Ever since I have been here I have held the property during the summer and nothing was ever said or thought about my not having a right do the contrary it has always been expected but the Board might say that it was through their goodness and kindness of heart that I have been permitted to use the house during va cation so Ill give a third reason 3 The only letter the secretary ever wrote one telling me of my election made the same impression me that all my brothers letters had done That it was worded like the socalled contract in the trus tees note I most positively deny is no contract at all but only an extract from the sec retarys minutes minutes too the ve existence of which I was ignorant of until the day before I gave up the property There was no formal or written contract they claim their minutes to be the contract I claim their letter to me and my acceptance to be the contract The minutes were written when I was three hundred miles from here was I expected to come and read the minutes or was it more natural for me to rely on the secretarys letter to know the con di tion s It takes two to make a con tract The Board ought to have sought the advice of some lawyer in town on the meaning of a contract seems to me But I may be charged with inability to understand what the secretary meant so Ill give a fourth At the end of thl first year I ask ed for a little increase in salary but the chairman said the Board had de cidedthey could not grant my request they considered the money they were paying me and tIle house which they estimated at from 8150 to S200 a year very good pay The chairman himself I could not get a house at all suit for less than S150 a year not nine months 150 for nine months wouldbe pretty high it seems to me Even if the contract had been under stood as meaning 9 months for the first year I dont see how it can be claimed for the second and third in the face their report to me But the Board may not remember these things so Ill give a fifth son 5 In the Boards formal notification my secretarys letter mentioned laid great stress on the fact that I would excellent garden now if the house was mine for only the scholastic year 9 months of course the garden was mine for only the same time that is from Sept till the winter months but from May till Sept the only time a garden is worth any have no right to Talk about common sense and fitness of seems to me that both these things are lacking when you hold out as a special inducement a most excellent garden when Im not use it in the summer time I had never been accustomed to scholastic gardens so I seem to have been 6 Reason No 6 Prof Patterson said to Mr L F Hubble and me that understood he was to have the house for twelve months not nine and and that he recognized on my part the only question with him being when the twelve months would begin Mr Ward on his own account came to see me about giving up the house although a member of the Board he did not know the Board ordered me and when Itold him that I claimed the house for 12 he said he thought it would begin with my election My election think took place in June or July but ray begin in September i a m in it u di andshame shallnot soon methe The- Ir socalledcontract it treason 4 of electionthe abovethey Mayduring thingI it thingsit miS- led eq alright to months mix d e sa hayea- st had vacate occupancy S- e4r u mend u n pea I by do or ed ni and could not have began earlier for the house was not ready I answered asking him this question Suppose you rent your house for next year possession to be given in June but the trade is made today will you count twelve months rom the day the tract is made or from the day of pos session Some may infer from their card that Board wanted me to stay but they do not claim any such thing if they we will have something interest ing As to the slurs in the note of the Board last week Ill say nothing ex cept that they confirm what 1ye said about flit animus that prevailed all along Whether my communication the Boards most deserves to be call silly whether there was any rea son other than the one assigned for keeping silent and whether my broad sides had any effect I leave the peo pie to decide and Ill be abundantly satisfied with their decision B S GOWES Winchester Tenn Do Not Be Imposed On Always insist on getting Foleys Honey and Tar as it is positively and unqualifiedly the best cough medicine Accept no substitute lm McCREARY The Methodist camp meeting that was announced to be at this place this week has broken up Tent blew down Sunday night and as it was so near the time for Revs Robinson and to enter school at Wilmore again after vacation they have gone to that place and Rev Bottom returned to his home in Perryville J W Forbes who is at home on a visit from Chickamauga is down with fever David Hervey of Paint Lick has been the guest of Miss Maggie Pat terson James M Logan of Decant Ill Arlis Logan and mother of El win III and Hugh Logan and wife of that state are visiting relatives here James Brown of Harrodsburg is visitinghis brotherinlaw A T Hardin Mrs Fannie Moberley of Knoxville has returned home after spending a week with Mrs Mary L Swope and Mrs Alex Moberley Carrie Hardin and Alice Saddler visited in Stanford and attended the Association last week Truth wears People have learned that DeWitts Little Early and sick headache They dont gripe Stormes Drug Stare lm MARKSBURY T L Herring bought of Jim Parks 14 calves at S14 per head The Ladies Aid Society of the Fork church gave a supper at Mr Fred Kem pers last Friday evening They real ized33 The remains of Mr W H Norris who was killed near Hebron while working at a wheat thresher were interred in the cemetery at the Fork Thursday at 1150 after a short funeral service by Rev W M Kuykendall He was 27 years old and resided with his parents in Bryantsville He was always under all circumstances kind and loving to his mother who is now almost heart broken with grief We extend our sympathy to the bereaved Miss Mary Kuykendall left Saturday to attend Shelbyville College Miss Eliza Williams of Burgin visited Mrs H D Aldridge last week Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy of Crab Orchard visited their parents Mr and Mrs F K Sutton last week Messers Moore and Harvey Sutton of 2nd Ky Vol are home on a They are quite sick at this Mr Hughes Aldridga of Co L 2nd Ky Vol is home on a 30 days furlough He was quite sick when be arrived but is some better at this time Misses Margaret Bright of Stanford Martha Tompson and Katherine Simpson Lancaster and Elizabeth Beazley Crab Orchard form a house party at Miss Elizabeth gimpson Miss Lizzie Simpson has returned from a visit at Crab Orchard Going Down lilt People suffering from Kid Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of strength vital should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparation WALLACETON Mr Smith Kelley and wife of Living stop were visiting here from Saturday to Monday Mr John Ponder who his house is able to be out again Mrs Eliza Yocum who is at present located at Berea preached here Sun day on the subject of Christain and her discourse which was received with great interest by every I n absolutely Wilson Misses well regulating family Richard hey 1m for several been confined to I Liberty co the fnrlon vriti weeks has noL off School one as practical a one for the Christain as any we ever heard Our mail is now carried each day by Mr A J Wilson our former black smith who has carried it for more than two years was per haps as faithful a servant as Uncle Sam had and it was a when the new contract was let to another man Pro E A Potter who is to manage the business department in Berea Col lege the coming year gave a free ser ies of lectures and entertainments here last week On Friday night he brought with him some 8 or 10 others including a quartette who rendered some rare music which together with the addresses recitation made the evening a most enjoyable one Prof Potter is a most genial and able man and takes this method of intrc ducing himself and his work to the people Truly it was a rare treat for all who took advantage of the oppor tunity and Mr Potter will long have a warm place in the hearts of the best people of our town DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led dishon est people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Save the great pile cure Stormes Drug Store lm BRYANTSVILLE Mr Jeff Cheatham one of the 2nd Ky Regt boys was brought home Sunday very sick with fever Miss Ilallie Hamilton of your city is in our neighborhood this week Mr R L Jennings the hustling mer chant of Paint Lick visited his here Sunday Mrs Hence Burke and charming daughter Miss Lula are vsiting friends at Lberty this week Mr Jeff Dunn wife and little sun Jack have returned home after a few weeks stay at the Dripping Springs Mrs Mattie Dawes and children are visiting her mother Mrs Pauline Smith Mrs Eliza Ballard and daughter Nannie have returned from a two weeks visit to friends in Indiana Mr Sam Sted man of Viriai lea i visiting his fath r Mr S N Stedman Mr and Mrs J S Haselden will visit in Cincinnati this week Mrs Haselden will her fall millinery while there Months of neglect cannot be over come by feeding a ifew doses of the remedy after hogs are past help Avoid risk and make extra flesh by feeding Dr Haas Hog Remedy in time and according to directions For saTe by J M Higginbotham lm MT HEBRON Rev J I Wells will fill his pulpit at place the fourth Sunday Mrs Timothy Ford who has been very sick for several days is improving slowly Mr Wesley Hicks died at his home near Scotts Fork Sunday his remains Mr and Mrs A D Ford and little Lillian and Mrs Jennie Peacock spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Dennie Scott Mrs Jennie Peacock who has been visiting Mrs Mary A return to her home at Jclico Tenn this week Miss Ella Scott who has been visiting her grandmother and grandfather returned to her home at Burgin Ky last week Miss Bessie Doty who has been visiting Mrs M A Ferl returned to her home at Blue Springs Mo last week A CRITICAL TIME During the Battle of Santiago SICK OR WELL A BUSH NIGHT AND DAY The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes Their Heroic Effects in Getting Ammuni tion and Rations to the Front Saved the day P E Butler of packtrain No 3 in more or less violent form and when night and day to keen the troops ammunition but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy we that at one critical time this medicine work there would have no of getting supplies to the front There no that a train could use comrade and myself had the good fortune to lay in a medicine for our we left and 1 know in four cases it absolutely saved The above wa to the Chamberlain Medicine Co Des Moines I Iowa For sale by B E McEoberts Oscar Hiatt generalsurprise visiting parents purchase this cemeteryMonday Fordwill c jic t onJulydoctorsup- plied keepourarmyforbeen supply of life manufactures medicine the was eta were rocs of this Books n J Old books taken in exchange AT ob rts S fr ffir- r t Jj i f Ig i toreDrug t Is the plate to get the best as well as the freshest groceries in town and are selling them less than ever known You are invited to come and see for your self Our goods go to the consumer direct not loaded with profits of the drummers the jobbers the wholesale dealers and a STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS does away with books book keepers bad debts and the ings in all these enables us to Sell Cheaper Titan Others We have also received an elegant line of bisque figures and give a ticket with each purchase of goods A certain number of these tickets entitles you to a pair free see them BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO BPH P BROWN MGR EWLIllard Lillard Jno BStout Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY say Calland i C OOC LEA 0 I G 0 RUG GIS T S J 11 D4Jla S 1a flltil l 1 I t PHB BLUE GRASS GROCERY s 7 00000000 oooooouoooo Sot l I w c j H ORGANIZED 1883 TONS NATIONAL BANK OF LANOASTEB JT Capital Surplus Fund 100000 15000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HioeiNBOTHAK President LzWIB Y LXAVILL YicePrealdent B F HUDSON Cashier O BIGMXT Assistant Cashr WAUCXS Bookkeeper DIRECTORS M HieeiHBOTHAic Lxwis Y LXATILL JSJOHNSON TMABSOLB C ARNOLD JB B F HUDSON Aux GIBBS J J WALKIK JACOB Y ROBINSON D r49J THE NATIONAL BANK THE SUPERIOR acr m Steel Frame Disc DrillIn offering the Snperior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard made improvements over the last two years that cannot be beatenNEW OIL CUPS IN DISCand large single Steel Drag Bar Thesimplest drill on the market A great many have been sold and every will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and can be put into the hardest ground Ifyou want the best Disc Drill made buy the Superior S GAINES Agt Lancaster Ky REALITY perfectG WHY WHEAT IS CHEAP The Milling Demand Supplied From the Farmer Elevator Store The CourierJournal has heretofore called attention to the fact that one reason there was so little milling de mand for wheat was that farmers were storing their grain in mill elevators and by the contracts the mills could use this grain replacing it on demand Speaking of this the Farmers Home Jourdal says in its current issue We learn from daily reports from the market centers that farmers are not selling but storing in mill We find ulso that there is almost no milling demand for the crop be in the storage contracts the agreed to permit the miller to grind his wheat provided he will it when called on Now as we only export about oneseventh to one eighth of our wheat the millers of the United States must be customers for sixsevenths or seveneights of onr crop stated above the millers not baying the sew crop to any considerable and the reason is the farmers are giving theta absolute far replace are elevators cause meta our Batas teat a CAPITAL aooo08 OF SURPLUS 16500000 LANCASTER KY A RDKSHT President JNO E STOBXKS Vice President KINIMISD CashierWx H S t Assistant Cashr S C DENNY J F ROBINSON Js Bookkeeper E T EMBBT Asat Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamlDCochran Jas Splints Alex B Denny A C Robinson W B Cook L Davidson Jno E Stormes ly free all the wheat they can grind They need not buy a busheL With the consent of the farmers the millers it and selling the fiour at high prices or storing it away to sell for still prices after they have settled with the farmers at from 50c to 60c per bushel By this action of the farmers The millers of the United states according to past recsrds will require this fall and winter shoat 450 million bushels to meet current demands Sup pose the millers were required now to go into the opem market and buy to fill their current wants and thus make some competition with exporters does anyone suppose that if this were the case wheat would be selling at 65c to 70c The only buyers we have now are exporters and they only waat 5 OJT 0 million bushels and if farmers would not supply it withoat cost they would have to We do sot blame the millers for Baking each ma arrangraeBt but who agree to it should sot complain short 5ic wheat upthehigh- er pricein r buy it w 1 v FW A HEAD TIEOf Uptodate Merchants Our only aim TO PLEASE WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED Toll SaVed 10 Times OVerSome of our 12 1350 1600 and 1650 Suits now for 1 0 NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED Fine Straw Hats 50c on 100 Negligee Shirts Stacy Adams Fine Shoes Suits made to order in Danville COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP OLE TIIiTa A TJD IE5 IE3 IBS S I ILT GK c THE GLOBEJ L Frohman Co Telephone 136 Danville Ky WE PROCESSIONI f t y New Millinery Firm NOEL SISTERS Having bought Mrs Hardens stock of Millinery we will continue the business at the same stand Will carry a Large and Select line of goods with prices to suit all CLOSE FIGURES FOR CASH We kindly solicit a of the patronage of her customere also of our old customers Miss Lula Graham will have charge of the trimming room continuation i T e 1 CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY September 9 PERSONAL Mr J C Thompson is in the cities buying Xmas goods Sam Joseph made a flying visit to this city last week J Joseph and family are visiting in Cincinnati this week Will Dunlap is visiting relatives in Lexington this week Miss Ann Bettis of Lowell is relatives in this city Miss Nannie Gaines left Monday to enter school at Georgetown Ky Misses Julia Reid and Lizzie Brown are in Cincinnati for a few days Mr and Mrs J L Hamilton have re turned from a visit to Lexington Mrs Alec Denny leaves tomorrow for Martinsville Indiana Springs Miss Tillie Arnold of Cartersville is the guest of Miss Georgia Henry Mr Louis Herndon is spending a few days with relatives in Barbour ville Mrs Humphrey Ballon and Miss Ella Dunn are visiting relatives in Shelby ville Mrs Sam Hughes of Danville is vis iting her sister Mrs Bogie at Marks buryMiss Lizzie Hudson left last week to attend school at Staunton West Vir ginia Eld Graham Frank and Mr Wallace of Lexington were here Monday Mrs Wm Moberley of Knoxville has been the guest of relatives in this vicinity Dr Simpson Elkin of Atlanta Ga has been visiting his mother Mrs Elkin Mr and Mrs E Hughes of are visiting their parents in this city Miss Georgia Henry has returned from a visit to Miss Lucy Ballard of Paint Lick Charley Walker is holding his own fairly well and will soon be entirely lid of the fever R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etaa ef Hmftferi ef America ffatiettlefHartfertFkeBlx Harlfcri ef Hartford Maaekegter ef Eaglaitf CeiMctlevt ef Hartferl- Xerth British i MerckABtlle freraa Aaerieai ef New UTerpeel a4 a4 tilefe I the old reliable New York Life iBmrance 9 T visiting Richard Mary R Louisville Johnnie Johnston has accepted a po in the store of Thos Alexander in Danville qaee also lS- voMweaoeeneeeee sss esu I 1 I I 1 I ALA t f 1 aitios I YepreaeaUag Over 5s7oooooo t Yen Leader represent i 9OMP14NY r I James Y Currey of the New Mam moth Louisville was the guest of parents Sunday 8 Mr Armp Elkin and daughter a visit to relatives here have return ed to Louisville f Misses Wyatt after a visit to grandfather Mr Dave Best have to Lexington Mr W K Shugars and wife of M Kinney are guests of Mr William Shugars and family Mrs Jack Iliatt and Miss West have gone to Dripping Springs for several weeks stay Mr and Mrs John Lake and two lit tie daughters returned to Terra Haute Ind Monday Mrs nee Miss Mollie John stop of Monticello has been visiting Mrs Geo Higginbotham Mr A K Brown from Bristol Tenn is expected Friday to visit his sister Mrs William George Miss Mary Burnside has been at tending a gay houseparty at Miss Florence Burnsides this week Mrs Harriet Pries gave a dining Saturday in honor of Mrs Alice Haynes of Bonce erte West Va Miss Amelia Pierson a handsome lady of Harrodsburg is the guest of her cousin Mrs Mattie Duncan Mr E W Lawless of Teatersville who has been quite sick was able to make a visit to our city Tuesday Mr William Collier and daughter of Illinois are visiting his brother Mr Moses Collier at the Mason HoteL Mr and Mrs Geo Hardin have gone to Atlanta Ga to attend the Postal Clerks Association in session there Dexter Ballon who is connected with flit L N at Rowland has been visiting in this city for several days Miss Maggie Bright after a pleasant visit to Misses Mattie and Lizzie Thompson has returned to her home in Stanford Mrs Land ram accompanied her Miss Kate Walker to Lexington today Mrs Landram will enter the hospital there Misses Sallie Tillett and Smith left this week for the cities to purchase fall millinery and attend the fail openings Miss Mattie Buchanan of Camp bellsville returned home Monday af ter a protracted visit to her sister Mrs J H McMurtry Dr J M Acton was called to Crab Orchard Wednesday to assist Dr Ed mistoa of that place in Being some surgeons work Lieut John M Farra continues to improve It will not be many dayp we are delighted to say before he will be on foot again W B Mason and family left on Tuesday mornings train the former to see the G A B and the latter to visit relatives in Chicago Mrs R E McBoberls gave a high tea last Saturday evening in honor of Mr Wade Bash and his guest Mr Ei Moritz of St Louis John C Shugars daughter Emma and two sons George and David of Shippensburg Pa are visiting Mr Wnt Shugars and family Mrs Herring cnd daughter Miss Annie Loyd left Tuesday for George town where Miss Annie Loyd will school for the next term Quartermaster Wm Berkele of Chickamanga has been visiting his wife and little daughter Alma He returned to his regiment Monday Capt Wm daughter ra returned Hardin last sister L enter Herndon nd aft th Bet g l h pya tt tic a Annie are spending a few days in Lexington They go from there to the G A R meeting at Cincinnati A number of Lancaster folks will the big celebration at ville next Friday A party is being organized to make the trip to Mammoth Cave They want to go abont the last of the month For particulars see Ernest Brown A letter from W McC has fever and is at Sulphur Well says he is improving and hopes to return home about the first of next month or earlier Lieut John Farras condition is greatly improved Hes past the line and now only has to remain quiet andhave patience to soon regain his health CoL Hunley Singeton is the proud father of a ten pound boy The young man arrived this week and Hun says he will some day be president of these United States Prof and Mrs B S Gowen and lit tie son George Morton have gone to Kimbrelin Heights where the Pro fessor will enter as one of the teachers for that college Mesdames R W Harris and S B Henry accompanied by their children Masters Geo Harris and Allen Henry and little Miss Ella left this week for visit to relatives in El Dorado Ark Capt Duncan and Thurmond Ander son are the only Lancaster men at Chickamauga who have never been home on furlough As both are ill Capt Duncan has all he can attend to Major General Jim Crow Dillon is in Cincinnati this week attending the G A R Crow fit with the famous 5th Ohio regiment which was organized in Cincinnati consequently has many old comrades in the Queen City Mr Paul Miller won the scholarship for four years term at Ky University and will leave this week for that place He is a bright young man and his friends were proud of his success Mr Ashbrook Frank left today for Amarilla Texas where he has been appointed a teacher at Amarilla His sister accompanied him and the Miss Margaret Hackley after the summer months at Lake Chau tauqna N Y returned to visit her friends in Lancaster Paint Lick and other places soliciting for Georgetown College where she will again teach this year Rev West is visiting his Mr John K West on Richmond street Rev West has a lucrative po sition in one of the departments at Washington and preaches at a church near there His many Lancaster friends are glad to see him looking welL No event of the social season was more brilliant and enjoyable than the Patriotic Party given by Mr Wade H Bush at his home on Richmond street Tuesday evening in honor of his guest Mr Moritz of St Mo The house and grounds were beautifully decorated with American flags and Japanese lanterns Dainty refresh meats were served The guests were Mhses Sallie and Mattie Mae Hughes Mary Miller Mary El kin of Stanford Annie Royston Bush Alice Hudson Fannie Lula Batson Altie Mesirs Jno and Louis Doty Kirk Kirby Chas Frisbie Frank Marks bury Jno Lear G R Swinebroad Joe Robinson Jesse Sweeney and Joe Haselden Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Oivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf A Love Comedy Scene 1 Sweet Rath and Jack Oh what bliss I Bat on the stoop Clotelikethls Scene 11 Then pa came in One quick kiss Found them sitting Like this attend Jol1Dston who danger r Lieutenants many College willspend winterLexington Argonaut spending R R father Louis Bessie Collier Nichol IL Ell Marksb tin cry A CUBAN RELIEF Colic Nenrals and 8ap er Complaint Price 25 Caauv f in five acherid minutes Boar Sto cares tl mach ybe I pa IT The L N will sell roundtrip tickets to St Louis at one firstclass fare October 2n 3d and 4th limited to October 13th account Grand United Order of Odd Fellows Colored clad continuous passage forms to be used by Agents who have them Read and Remember Keep back your dont hide them but keep them back Put them aside and let those who come in contact with you feel only the result of them in finding you full of sympathy understanding and strength to give help where and when is needed the truest and best way to help others is through your character through what you are No lasting work can be done in any other way Beulah Camp meeting Flat Rock Ky Low rates via Queen and Crescent Route from all points between Dan ville and Oikdale incL September IG 25th for the above occasion Tickets are good until the 26th to return See small bills or ask agents for full pal ticulars I O O F COLORED St Louis 10 Dont bore others just because others bore you Dont be above apologizing to your children it necessary Dont spend your money in trying to get something for nothing Dont think a man takes every fools advice because he asks yours Dont think because a man has a his hat that he is musical Dont think men and pins are of after losing their heads Dont expose your ignorance by talk ing about understand Chicago News Letter From Frank Turner Frank Turner who is ia the Lancas tel jail awaiting to be taken to Frank fort penitentiary asks publication of the following Lancaster Sept 1st 1898 Dear Od Home want to ask space for my friends to read I am bound to leave my wife and two sweet little children so I trust in God that they will be taken care of until I get back 1 love everybody on this earth and hope and trust that I will get back to raise my sweet little children They are left alone by themselves so trust in the Lord that they will be cared for while I am gone and I ask the people to have on me and my little family I am ready to meet my God and hope that all my friends will be ready to meet Him when He calls them I trust that He will bless me with good health and strength so I can return and be with my little So goodbye to all my friends May the Lord have mercy on every body and my little family Frank Turner The Kentucky Girl She differs from the girls of other States in more ways than one She has a charm about her that is her own indigenious to the soil and climate so to speak Other girls with her in domestic qualiti Kentucky girl can go to the kitcea and prepare a meal fit for the g dsand thence to the parlor and entertain you like a queen She can look just as sweet in a calico wrapper as if si e were dressed in the finest silk h can love a man harder when she tries or jilt him with more ease than girL In fact she can break more hearts and mend them quicker than all other girls combined She doesnt ask the men to fall in love with her but attracts them her grace and goodness just as as sugar does flies Finally she is all that could be desired to make man happy arid fortunate indeed is that man who wins her for a wife 4Jryanfcvllle Ky It Hits She Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your and lungs recta sore ones relieved a warm fnl feeling and O healing ofwill cud and will sav Me feels so HITS the SPOT It is guaranteed i Oct 4 Remember Ex I Donts bandon muchuse thingsyou dIn PaperI mercy family distinctly may be as pretty but few can compare naturally t TarWhen good I ire own s The another e rS bcfJiWcfi rr e e y day FLATWOOD Sunday afternoon while Mr George Elam was driving his cows home they ran rapidly down the hill and one was pushed over a bluff breaking its neck Little Arch Miller is convalescing from an attack of measels Protracted meeting is in progress at Mt Tabor Baptist church C I O0g accompanied by W J visited at W II Furrs Satur and took a fami y group Mr Ogg works at Paint Licc next week You invite disappointment experiment DeWitts Little Early Ri sers are pleasant easy thorough little pUs They cure constipation and sick headache jjst as aura as you take them Stormes Drug Store 1m WilliamsburgMonday Anderson when you PlanterNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep sia and IndiConstipation HOW ToOUaioaUerFree gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 ct8 1 I Call at my store and we will explain Talk about cheap goods when you buy of me you know you buy the best We allow no one to undersell us on same grade of goods If we lend money we want interest If we goods for dollars we want a very small margin Buy of as and get pure groceries DO NOT RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES Pleased to see you NO WORRY HERE H M BALLOU Silver Plate that Wears exchange Call and Enjoy a Pleasant Chat 1 Ne ai6BAKINQ DISH A handsome article and just as useful as it is hand some Whether it is used to serve plain baked beans or the most dainty dessert it recommends itself to every housekeeper most desirable Every thing else in Silver Plate that Wears you can possibly including 747 iU I practicaland want Bro hoc knives ompson forks r zx L Kidney DiseaSes pronounced IncurablePorr G A a KIDNEYCURE is meeting with wonderfulcesc It ha cUed some herethat incurablemyselftestify tomerits My face to day is a livingpicture of health and your KidneyCure has made it such I had suffertwentysevr with the disease and to day I feel tenyounger than I did OUe year ago Ican obtain SOme wonderful certificates of its medical jY 1 h Still 1Q Stso merchant inrttc S ft j susnnand cases booie L tority itc mhow itand tt bteeth Y among ed mo Year pet to any Much as to years m lion les im de of life and 4ua t fact litterthat b KtttCHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall All Knights are fraternally invi ted G B SWINEBROAD C C J E ROBINSON K R S ALL WOMEN Should know that theOld Time Remedy visiting Is the best for Female Troubles Corrects all Made only by New Co Chat Tennessee For sale by EMcRoberts Lancaster i PLEASE REMEMBER I again appeal to those indebted to me to come forward and settle their accounts To save further ouble come at once My accounts are due and must be settled I dont want to give my accounts to an officer MISS SALLIE TILLETT NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Commercial Travelers RICE BENGE I betakenthetesttaJ R e o i Q J I J I Field Fencing A fence that always keeps its shape because its that way Nothing bnt Iaje sac Iicavilv best tttssmei steel ifej iisftiuction same In at the 20 different niade turns all kind ofstct and leaves the T5 TIllS hingejoint makes an ad f f llisfnli n rl r r vents stay wires from jAv3 betiding THATnwfcrs rs a win r prevents wire om befog displace Tlreres no fence that excels and few if any as good Ksncfaclsred by S STtSL CO PSTTSBURG PA Robinson Lancaster eMQMocr2K LACKEY to Lackey Gulley FirstClas lit if Alii HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVEUBK MEW J HOOD SURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY Office over J C Thompsans jewelry store Danville street FOR SALE Two farms one containing 12 acres the other90 Good comfortable dwelling houses and Willgive liberal terms to purchaser For particulars apply to 915 Marksbn ft3EnICA of in con strongand 1 fence lH imp tIt lice in smmtruin rl lli rca nY C Iso I I i I I I I flo 1 0 01100000 10 0 T H D ALDRIDGE Kr i ga vaaix dire e tig F al HlD WILE ssia TAEbE oooooooawoao cLCORSETS lIIP IL JUST ALITTLE DEFTER TItAN BEST S 0 JfJ r202 for liJQ eFt cIG C1 rd sod tillI SECOND TjOT IsTjETW OOOIDS THUS We are glad to announce we have an I Immense Stock Clothing Dry Goods Boots Shoes CENERAL MERCHANDISE i on sale at prices that cannot be met We mean what we say R H BATSON Place NORTH PUBLIC SQUARE COME SEE GOODS and GET PRICES uu See O lr Tailorsog Depsrtt Pr3oes 4L r I j l WEEK trit T i gJSIDE i cw-ip41 and wife should know about the pre paratn that for half a century has been helping expectant mothers bring little ones into the world without and the hundred and one t danger I EvFJYBuE discomforts and distractions incident to childbirth It is applied externally which is the only way to get relief Medicines taken internally i will not help and may o L result in harm fits and prepares every organ muscle and part of the body for the critical hour It robs childbirth of its tortures and pains Babys coming is made quick and easy Its action is doubly bene Jr G tr i F1ei1d V ficial if used during the whole yperiod of pregnancy 1 per bottle at all drug stores or sent by mail on receipt of price BOOKS FREE containing valuable infor mation to nil women will be sent to any address upon application by T e Bradfseld Regulator Cot Atlanta Ga W Y has rented the Swine bro il farm near Hubble Capt llermloiis fine buggy mare Monday from pinkeye lob West bought of Jno Donuahuc 40030 pounds of hemp Price private Mr 11 C Arnol1 has rented J E farm near Crab Orchard and will move there about the first of Oct scott Hudson got first money S500 with Eagle Flannagin in 212 trot at Independence Thursday Oxen countys tobacco acreage is es at 8000 acres With a good yield it will produce 10000000 pounds of tobacco When you call DeWitts Witch Hazel Salre the great pile cure dont accept anything else Djnt be talked iato accepting substitute for piles for sores for burns Stormes Drug Store 1m Duns Review says the failures for August were the lowest in five years f jr the corresponding month The wheat crop is the largest ever harvest ed the outlook for the iron indus try is said to be the most favorable in 2U years A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yielJs to One minute Cough Cure Harmless in effect touches the right spot reliable and just what is wantsd It acts at onca Stormes Drug Store The big stock sale of Dr Jno C yesterday was one of the most cessfully conducted that has ever taken place in Jessamine A larpe crowd was in attendance bidding spirited and good prices realized on e cry head of stock sold G W Lynn acted as auctioneer and Rice Miller as cleric Jesamine Journal Harvey Nave sold li acres improved land about two miles from Kicholasville near the Lexington pike to Gio I Brown at 3570 per acre fMr Brown also bought 37 acres of crty at per acre which le pu7 chased less thin six months ago at 510 per acre The above farms with the one recently bought of Gao L Chris man gives Mr Brown 312 acres in one body Real Estate Agent G W Lyne negotiated all three of the Journal LIXCOIS NOTES Hays sold to Pep pies a p ir of mare mules for 250 Ow ens sold t Lyon 1400 pounds of hemp at 347 per 100 pounds Pepples sold to Forestus Reid 45 yearling steers at 4u und four 3 34 H Boone has lost a number of sheep during the last week by a disease which is entire ly newto him G CL Givens sold to Daniel Brown of Maryville Mo a5mlr S rn Anterior Journal C po lr I S 11 0 A 10 Currey lied arsons the tim or nd 1 ill Miller ofun o ij 10 i 55 tj t salesJesamine I f at j j and a I r I I t9OFAII iiNlJ TOK UTE ited sue- h S u Nave S r for stallion for 75- I Hydrophobia Excitement IICXUKKSox Ky Sept ex citement prevails here over the death of the child of Policeman Stattertield from hydrophobia The same dug bit another one of his children aud two other children of John Orr A subscription was started Tues day to send the children to New York to take the Pasteur treatment It will cost tDOO and a good portion of it was made up Tuesday Indiana Cnjitiiu iteiicveil of Command FKAMCFOKT Ky Sept a re suIt of the invfatigatioi by a commit tee Capt T U Marks Company C JCOth Indiana has ben relieved liis command arid will be tried by martial The committee was appoint ed by Col Gundur to see if tic charges tfouli be Mi5t5iMd The charges are uing alwshv language riul striking an enlisted man lntiii lii U ijr Afttr ilipSc Ky S pt 7 Gov 15t ley Tuesday after a oa stnt uUiram to ilontauic Point L I Modicai hos pital ct lltigc and Fort McPli raoa in regard to tile sick Kentucky s dicrs at those jlaces The governor will make en tfFort to have thee brought lumc but arc not enough to re quire a hospital train Tie ililitury lo tnl at L xin ton LKXINOTO ICy Sept 7 Tiure arc 5S2 natients in the division hospital here There were two deaths from typhoid Wednesday Corp W II Cock 12th York and Privat Frank Shaffer 9th Pennsylvania The con valecents am being s nt to their homes on furloughs Seventy five HEXDFIISOX Ky Sept 7 Two more petitions in bankruptcy have ben tiled by Henderson parties One is R A Ilolloway a prominent young busi ness man of this city who values his ascts at 17000 but liabilities great CK The otjcr is M A Levy who is now conducting a drugstore at Spotts villo AIr TO IIISJH ct tho Ifxlnton Camp CAMP HAMILTON Lexington Ky Sept 7 Private John F Dottridge lit of Company D Sth Massachu setS died Monday night of typhoid Secretary Alger and stuff will te here Friday to the camp and hospital A vrivate in the 1st New Hampshire died Tuesday night KIl of I aii riipcr Ky C Johnson of Sugar Grove Butler coun ty has filed a bill of bankruptcy ills liabilities are SlOOOO and assets 3000 Willie liiciinos the AppointmiiitW- ASHIXGTO Sept may be said positively now that Mr Justice White of the United States supreme court has fiualy declined the tender oi a membership in the SpanishAmer ican peace commission The presidjnt days of the decision of Justice Whit LUL for reasons did not make it rublic Favor Aui xitioa MEXICO CITY Sept 7 Leading Span ish residents here who have in some cases had large connections cormer cialiv with Havana and other Cuban ports arc now favorable of definite annexation of the islands to the Unit ed States assuming that the Spanish flag will soon case tofloat there They Verc lorn to Pieces SOUTH LEND Ind Sept7 Frank Andrejiwski anti Martin D linski of this city tried to stop a Grand Trunk train by sitting on the drunk and motioning to the engineer The engineer failed to stop his train in time and both men were torn to pieces The Vermont K cctlon I WHITE RIVEP JUXCTIOX Vt Sept 7 The vote far 20 towns first heard from give Smith i ep for governor 3G7J Maloney den A145 Wyman pro MI The same towns in 1894 gave Woodbury rep 4 ISO Smith dem 1050 and others 97 J OAKLAND Cur Ind Sept populists of the First congressional district met here Tuesday and Tier Josophus Lee for congress The platfore opposed fusion with the democrats The Wisconsin soldiers who fell in Porto Rico or Cuba will rest finally in Wisconsin soil This information is conveyed by a telegram from Schoflleld who is in J I 7Great 7As of cot rt Got FJOII OnT there ew left- Ycdntsda Iutltiouo1 need inscct division Il HIP Set 7Wm 7It has been aware fur several trackwhile TIe Lee for Con ress 7The GOT Washington I I 5 1mairnmie S various ius nominated I 5 Ky bcpt 7 of Grand Army encampment visitors in tnis city to 1 e shown points of in Wrest in connection with the Pearl Bryan crso and the Jackson and Wal ling uiurJc TuvKday that the officials of Newport uicitud io appoint throe guides nIl show people tlic cells wher Jack KOH nini Willing spent their Ivt d Big cul are also goin to the sot in the Kentucky highlands where the body of Pearl Brvan LOUISVILLI Ky Webr has flied suit i or S5000 damages sufainst C for saying that he was guilty of a coldblooded murder whfii he kilKd dura Locsch several uiilc Mr was employed at ini rnry Oi night sau f Mt i c use of a noise iiil ii aji niKl b V e er WINDOW CURTAINS These ChRiiKtf TJjnex as Do Styles in I re Some Ircs Kanoiest The fashion of window dressing changes with the years and the ideas of drapery that prevail A few years ago it was considered very desirable to have inside blinds Today these inside blinds have given place in many country houses to the older fashion of the graceful Venetian shutters which take the place of the shutter and the holland shade formerly considered necessary at every properly arrayed window Where the expense is not coollooking awnings are placbd at all the sunny windows It is not considered necessary for the sake of appearance to put up awnings where the shade of trees renders them superfluous but only where they are needed The inside curtains of a sum mer room are quite generally limited tc the lower sash where transparent curtains of some material are fulled over the window Curtains that hang over the window and exclude the air when the window is open arc not used in summer sleepingrooms or any where in summer unless there is some arrangement by which they can be looped back to let in the The wire screen is used in kitchens and where nothing else will take its place but is not desirable in less utilitarian apart ments These screens successfully cage out flies and other insects but shut out an immense amount of air at night when the outside air is colder than the inside and it is desirable to admit it Windows and doors should be shut from nine or ten oclock in the morning until after five oclock in order to shut out the heated air Dur ing the night as much air as possible should be admitted indoors and no draperies should interfere with it N Y Tribune Eczema 2 The Only Cure Eczema is more than a skin disease and no skin remedies can cure it The doctors are unable to effect a cure and their mineral mixtures are damaging to the most powerful constitution whole trouble is in the blood and Swifts Specific is the which can deepseated blood diseasesEczema broke out on my daughter and con In the Jir demand trials became so fat wa found for Duntls ept 7Robert Jar cld i ill tirl t d i j 0 11 t as 0 w qtiitd at the the considered air such 1icrstd 1rytn 21ti dc- iiiw iur great Tlwy sict i S t r o L eliinlr nit cot tinned to spread until her head was entirely covered She was treated by several good doctors but grew worse and the dreadful disease spread to her facc She was taken to two celebrated health springs but re ceived no benefit Many patent medicines were taken but we decided to S S the time fine first bottle was finished her head be to heal A dozen bottles cured her and left her skin perfectly smooth She now sixteen years old a magnificent growth of a of the disease has ever returned HTSnonE2701 Lucas Aye St Louis Mo Dont expect local applications oi soaps to cure reach only the surface while the di cease comes from within Swifte tSbecifie withoutre Sand completely ves SJSSfor Blood is the cure and will reach the most obstinate otftse It is far ahead of mill similar remsdies because it cures cases which are beyond 8 S S is to contain no pot mercury dotmineral Swift Specific Jhl theirreach purely the remedy gu m 00m At t r1 t t and is only blood LA RETURNED TO FRANKFORT Gcv firs Nurses With the Hospital Train FIIAXKFOUT Ky Sept ft Gov Brad Icy and his corps of burgeons iud nursts returned Sunday with Ken tucky hospital train from ChicUa niauga The governor after a inspection of Camp Thomas docs not credit the many stories of neglect of soldiers at Thomas by their oiUeers and says tne situation there is more favorable than he expected to find it Fiftythree sick soldiers from the 2d Kentucky regiment were brought back on the hospital train The surgeons in charge of the train r re very complimentary in talks bternbeiv and Leiter hos puils arm tar they thiik the prev a enee of thyhoitl in the is due to a sick of hiwcrngv and failure to garLajj rom camp grounds KILLING AT HARRODSBURG ititliiiii Morgan n Farmer Cut it id Alvctibr n M aiotoorly a Urotli TiKIiTv ut JacU Chin IlATiKonsrVKG Kr Sept S William Morgan a white farmer aged about 45 was brought to town at C oclock Friday morning with bullet and knife wounds on his person and saturated with blood lIe stated while lying upon Dr Prices operating table that James M Jloberly who is a brother inlaw of Jack Chin had shot and cut him The two men and their families cioMly connected lived in the same houc Lot had not been on the best of terms of late Morgan died at 1130 oclock Two bullets entered his chest and he has several knife cuts one in the abdomen from which his bowels pro truded The affray occurred in their dwelling Jloberly has not been ar rested but it is expected he in and surrender himself PIXKVIILK Ky Sept 6 John Hen derson claiming to ba from W Va was found lying across the L N railroad track unconscious Monday morning lIe was placed in an upper room of the jail and given stimulants When he could talk he said his wife was residing with her parents at 151C West Grayson street Louisville Ky lIe could not account for his unconsciousness Jumped From a Jlorin Train LEBANON Ky Sept G William Gib Bon a young man whose home is in Illinois near this city leaped from the window of a fastmoving train and was badly bruised and hurt The man was dreaming so he says and imag judd his hors attached to a buggy was running off with him and he leaped for his life His injuries will not prove fatal although he is hurt Tottery Clay Discovered TOMPKIXSVULE Ky ep 5 George Mite of Putnam county Tennessee has discovered a quantity of clay suit able for the best quality of crockery ware near Gamalier Monroe county He has bought the land and is making preparations for the manufacture of the ware in the near future En Itoato to Louisville LEXINGTON Ky Sept 6 The Ken tucky hospital train from Newport News with 44 sick Kentucky soldiers on loard passed through here at 10J5 Monday night for Louisville Four were put off here and the others live in western Kentucky LOUISVILLE Ky Sept Jliller the Negro boy who is charged with criminally assaulting Mrs Frank Leet of Lagrange was brought here Sunday night for safekeeping The Kegro claims he is not guilty To Take the Pasteur Treatment IIittnEKSOjf Ky Sept 6 A pf 300 is being taken up to send the three children bitten by the dog that killed Policeman Satterfields child to New York to take the Pasteur treatment A liege Coffee Pot FORT THOMAS Kj Sept 5 The citizens committee of the G A R of Cincinnati will establish headquarters at Fort Thomas for the entertainment of visitors A coffeepot will be kept on the fire for the refreshment of old vets Other refreshments will be served J Ilnll CrpiJ of SlIrtons anti Soldiers personal tam cam willcome Found Unconscious on the Track Taken to Luutsvllte for SateKetpn 5William r t Jtruuglit 13 5lc concerning remove iiui Shot Parkersburg seriously subscription 90 gallon 5T5S 5S5- S ALL WOMEN I Ji INETEjrraS Of all the pain andsicknessfrom which women suffer is caused by weakness or derangement in the organs of menstruation Nearly always when a woman Is not well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick It cures all female troubles It is equally effective for the girl In teens the young wife with do mestic and maternal cares and They all need It They are all benefitted by it For advIce In cases requfrln spechl The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga THOS I COOPER Tupelo Mitt says sister suffered from very Irregular painful menstruation her Wino of Cardul entirely cured her and also helped my mother through the Change A WOMANS DISCOVERY Iirmer Va Il itt luvvn Kitituclcy o tDealli iu J csoii County RICHMOND Ky Sept G Jackson county parties arriving here Monday report that Tom Co vie SOil of Hardin Coylc a well known farmer of Big Hill this county was met on time road near Clover Hottoui Sunday by Tim Lakes John and Mote Miue who attacked Coyle with clubs and pistols and beat him to deaths after a desperate fight Coyles skull was crushed and his body thrown behind a log where it was found later by a woman who saw the fight from a dis tance No arrests have been made Clover Kotlom is miliS south of here away from telegraph or tele phone StilitetV L c r LOUISVILLE Ky Sept G Charles Ogden a member of the 12th New York infantry rasped through this city Sunday night ci route to Cincin nati and the east with SJJO in bills lie attended the Buckingham theater and sat in the gallery When he left he missed his SJOO which was in a hip pocket Monday he returned to the theater visited the gallery and found his pocketbook the mouey in the seat he had occupied Gen llucll CuiivuUi ciig ROCKPOUT Ky report that Gen Buell is dying is untrue as he was out in his yacht Wednesday His health has not been good for sev eral weeks and once or twice of late distressing symptoms have developed but it is hoped lie will soon entirely recover This his ncarcst telegraph office is being flashed with solicitous messages from aU parts of the United States following the reports of his desperate illness iliucUelfnrild Appointments LOUISVILLE Ky Sept 2 Hon Sam J Shackclford of Owensboro who was elected clerk of the court of ap peals for Kentucky last fall will as sume charge of the office next Monday Mr Ehackelford announces that he would appoint Capt Havens of Mt Sterling lion Gus Richardson of Meade county and Hon Bob Green of Franklin as his deputies 4 horse OWEXEBOUO Ivy Sept 5 John Nei cam aged 72 the wealthiest German resident of the county and one of the largest property holders in Owens boro is in a critical condition at his countryhome from injuries sustained by falling on him HOPKIXSVHLK Ky Sept 2 Her James Lindsay one of the most prom inent Baptist ministera Kentucky died at his home near ARe Win iQId l regulation periodknown o symptomsthe ftJ I II fltjortti Tlitt o Good Sept 2The Injured a Prominent Expires 1t i 0 Cd9 I 4 and a Ve1I t containing bra horse Minister smthern S OP Over 11500000 Paid in Maturities Over 84000000 Reserve and Surplus The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898 Name Address Cost Paid Rev J H Stanley Lexington Ky 950 20GG Richmond Ky 950 20 J II Baker Lexlngtog Ky 1050 2iiJ Baker Lexington Ky 1050 22425 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 10JM 2225 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 2225 Newport News Syndicate ewport News Va 1050 2325 Newport Yews Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 2225 M J Forston Paris Ky 950 2005 hattie Jacobs Cincinnati 0 830 11AI Patrick and Misty Fox Majsville Ky 950 2006 E L Denhard Louisville Ky 850 17J1 C D Doll Louisville Ky s5o 174 J F Lexiugion Ky 950 2006 F II Norton Lexicgton Ky 950 2006 3Ir A T Million Richmon Ky 850 17lt F H Norton Lexington Ky 950 20CS Robert Hoeflich Maysville Ky Sro 1741 Mrs Emma L Latta Lexington Ky 850 1714- C and Martha Dims Lexington Ky 750 1500 B A Spangler Louisville Ky 730 1500 Gladys Huffman Butte Mont 750 1500 Howard Snepherd Lexington Ky 8 50 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 850 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 350 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 850 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky sao 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 550 I7ltA J Wintersmith Paducah Ky 750 1500 B L Eggleston Lexingtin Ky 750 1500 Mary K Fadden LexingtonKy 650 1257 F M Drake Grand Rapids Such 650 1257 Mrs L Z Taylor Richmond Ky co 1257 B R Gray Newport News Va CJ 0 1257 Mary A Warren Lexington Ky GjH 12J7 Helen McEIrath Carrolton Ky 650 12J 7 Otto E Vollenweider McArthnr0 650 1257 Daniel Boone Club Richmond Ky 650 1257 Daniel Boone Club Richmond Ky 650 1257 Newland Jones Richmond Ky 650 1257 Lexington Ky 5550 144CO Good it Co Lexington Ky 5050 14400 White Estate Lexington Ky 5050 14400 Annie P Peay Lexington Ky 4650 13200 A L Marschall Lexington Ky 4550 Finch Danville Ky 4950 14103 John Louisville Ky 4950 14100 D B Good Lexington Ky 4950 14100 V N Gardner Lexington Ky 4850 13SOO Mrs Jennie Fesler Cincinnati 0 4150 132CO Luke U Milward Lexington Ky 4450 12fiCO Baptist Church Paris Ky 4750 issc- oRF Johnson Co Lexington Ky 4150 11700 R F Johnson Baltimore Md 4150 11700 O Lexington Ky 4tJ50 13200 W C Nichols Louisville Ct 50 D B Good Lexington Ky 4550 12900 W B Anderson and wife Lexington Ky 1 4450 12600 Rev J V Riley Versailles Ky 4150 Lexington Ky 4450 12600 Lexington Ky 4150 12600 Dr S A Donaldson Lexington Ky 4250 120CO Dr S A Donaldson Lexington Ky 4250 12000 G M Asher Lexington Ky 4350 12300 A M Newton Lexington 1OCO Lexington Ky 4150 11700 Mrs Sullie Owens Lexington Ky 425i 12000 F C Smith La Grange Ky 4150 11700 ValenteSentney Lexington Ky 11700 Armstrong Lexington Ky 4150 11700 Total 166825 441540 Profit Over Cost 2747 15 A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary For larticnlars call on J C HGnlil local apt Lancaster Ky Mutual LEXINGTON IKY y ClimaX Printing Co II N W F White Estate W F 12900- V D L Fischer R Ky2275 126 00 F H Norton D B Good Ky4250J D Purcell Mrs J D Southern Investment Cu5 Norton Marshall iso Skin Diseases berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the itch ins and smarting almost instantly and use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids Dr Cadys Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Price 25 cents Soldby RE MeRoberts Druggist Lancaste ail LIFE SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Omce over Post Office KKKTUCKY Bring us your Job Printing oftetter FIRE INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE Robinson Hamilton Jgts iNcAsrsn 3 l j t11 S T I 1 tdet c1a tJJ o o t o Cto Id ioCD l W C SLIMER JOHN HOSHAU SLIMER HOSHAL LIVE STOCK SALESMEN UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O OUR COMMISSION CHARGES ARE 300 PER CAR FOR BOGS 10 PER CAR FOR CATTLE Reference Western German Cincinnati VALUABLE Uarrari Comty Fara As flRpnt 0 tie illtchel Brcaidat heirs IwLl on the at 10 oclock a the sell to the highest and best bidder the farm belonging to aaid heirs containing 144 acres TJSlEJf madeknowa oa day of sale grass except 40 acres it in corn Thisis one best watered farms la Garrard county f W II BROADDuS Agt W S BEA2XEY Teeth lUedaiM eztrwrtei wltk out Crown sad Bridge Work a specialty O OTWT 8 Elkina meat shop Imth Htw Thomp on building D forge zoUJ DAY OF moS milesfrom farmIsovertheB DE T Bank- S SEPTZB k qj 5JLLr pats S