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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 9, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898090901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 9, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fttitttm VOLUME ix. Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Kv.. as Second Class Hatter. NOZ1BER 23 '""olShll"'' Are You LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9. 1893. A?M!rT12 Thinking . I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Graded School begins Monday. Wanted! veal calves, II. B. day to reduce the capital stock from to S30,000. The immense tax placed upon the banks has caus 1 ation ed nearly all of them to reduce stock and shave expenses. S100.000 About having a Good Roof put upon your house? If you are, J. R. Haselden will be glad to give you figures. There is no wear out to a Good Tin Roof. Northcott es will please call before these dates and greatlv 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 Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and be feel like life is worth living. happy. One Cent and Cost. Xicholasville day. Centennial next Fri- J. R. Haselden. Lancaster. J03 Francis sued the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike for stopping him for a back toll account The jury Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs awarded one cent and cost. at J. A. Benzlev & Co. Seed Wheat, The best two horse wagon on the We have seme splendid seed wheat market at G. S. Gaines'. "V for sale. It has been screened clean, us. Lovers of a delicious Bmoke prefer and uniform grain, call and see II. Jl. B. Markshury. the Proctor Knott cigar. e Pure candies at Kandy Kitchen. Home-mad- Edmins-ton'- s Put the urchins in the Graded School Col. W. G. Welch. Stanford. and tells the people of his big stock of goods. Look at page 4 and Remember G. S. Gaines handles the see if you can find it. See his ad on Page 2. W. I. Williams Superior. Nice farm of ISO acres for sale. For The supper given by the ladies of price and terms call on J. M. Logan. the Fork church Friday evening was a success in every way. Those in chcrje The Ladies' Aid Society will meet remembered The Record in a way with Mrs. Higginbolham this week. that will be long remembered. For Sale. Judgment fur 850. Three shorthorn bull calves about In the case of Mrs. Burnside against Geo. T. Evans. old. one year Jim Hamilton for damages, caused by n tickets to Cincinnati the latter's horse colliding with the , were sold by Agent Patterson for former's buggj-- the jury awarded damages in the sum of fifty dollars. The Tuesday morning's train. suit was for 83,000. Mad dogs are creating much exciteForty Dollars. county. Load ycu ment in Mercer Hutchison, who sued W. II. Furr for old musket and have it readj'. $5,0J0 damages by reason of HutchiThe Public Square is being patched son's children eating rat poison, the In other words, it has been given sev- latter had put out, was given a verdict for forty dollars. Qhe case took eral loads of rock in broken doses. up several days time in the court. Fifty-seve- and keep them off the street. II. Batson, the hustling mer chant, comes out in a big ad. this week R. Big: Success. WELCH & WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. All business attended to promptly Found! Bunch of keys. Owner can get same by applying to Mr. Wes Zanonc and paying 40cts for this notice. To Visit the Schools. Miss Elisa Lusk, county superinten-dan- t, r, BEAZLEY&BAUGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, &c. Lancaster, Ky. will during the month of visit the schools in the county. The Lancaster Graded school will As this will take up so much time she begin Monday. All children between w.ll only be at her office on Saturdays the ages of 6 and 20 are ixpected to be and court day during the month, tf present. The anonymous letter writer has Will pay 10c fcr fresh eggs; 5z for again been getting in his work. The hens, spring ch:x Oil for lare, 7j for only way to treat these epistles is with small; young dux 4c, old 3c. geese 25 silent contempt It is impossible to to this find the author. They are to 33c. II. 15. Xorthcott office so frequently that we seldom atJ!e Closed. Will tempt to read them. Our store will be closed on SaturCapital Stock Reduced. day, the 17th, and Monday, the 20th, By a unanimous vote, the stockhold(Court Day), on account of holidays. ers of the Citizens' Bank decided Tues- Our friends desiring to make purchas t RE FOE, YOUE, DY FALL OEDEES. Our Special Order Lines Complete We represent the following tailors: up-to-da- te M. BOND & CO. Chicago GLOBE TAILOR AN-OHEIM INGCO. Cincinnati LAMM & CO. Chicago KAHAN BROS. Louisville, BERYMAN THE NATIONAL TAILORING CO., New York. Chicago, We can show you everything known to the trade in Foreign and Domestic Wool: ens at prices which stump all competition. Fine Workmanship and Fit Guaranteed. vuiiiv cvr 1 s see why some 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 Council Meeting:. capitalist who is not afraid to spent a City Council met in regular ses few dollars, will put up some first- The Monday night but did nothing of class rooms he can make big interest sion importance. Ellen Evans, a colored on his investment woman, asked to compromise a fine of To the Pen. 8125, for selling whisky and the Coun cil accepted S100. Sheriff Saunders took the following prisoners to the Frankfort penitentiary II It'll School Diplomas. Tuesday morning: John Kerse, color Board of Trustees of Lancaster ed, for shooting and wounding, five The Graded School held a meeting Monday ears; Frank Turner, white, hog steal and decided that pupils who complete ing, one year; Speed Young, housethe course of study in the eleventh breaking, five years; William Potts, grade in said school shall graduate housebreaking, six years; and Monkey and receive a High School Diploma, John, horse stealing, two years. Ihis signed by the principal and trustees. is a pretty good batch and if future uries will keep up the good work the Mistaken Idea. d Some the report county will soon be the most law that parties going to Cincinnati had to abiding in the state. change cars between here and the Lamps to he Placed. Queen City. Such is not the case. As soon as the pavement along the This train takes you right into the Union depot, and leaves that station street leading to the depot is finished. the Council will h .ve the lamps plac-returning. It only takes four and d in position. They will be kept hours to make the run. burning every dark night so those Overcoats. coming on the night trains can see the I have the best line of samples for way to town. This is a mighty good Ready Made and Tailor Made over- - move and the Council is to be congratcoits at living prices. Young men ulated for having it done. A hustling under 3 breast measure, can save Council is necessary to keep a town up money by calling to see me. Boy's to date, and the Lancaster board is c'o hiig and Gent's Furnishing Goods fast shaking the moss off in lots of at Philadelphia prices. Fit or no pay. places. M. D. Hughes, Agent. Fall Announcement. 15 e On The Lookout. The old reliable firm of Wanaraaker There are several dead beats head & Brown have put out their all wool ing this way who claim to be victims samp.es ana dely competition in of the Maine disaster. They put up a prices and quality. I also have sames ples from Desbecker-Bloc- k wonderful story of Tailoring capes, and wind up by soliciting aid to Company, of Buffalo, New York, and reach friends in the north. They have Howard Tailoring Company, of Chica bjen expose in several towns, and it go, lnev nave new ana exclusive will be well to be on the lookout for tyles for fine Tailoring, the latest them. and most approved designs and weaves in Woolens, and guarantee perfect Answers as Well. The inventive facilities of the Win satisfaction in fits, trimming and ch Jster girl seem practically unlimited. Workmanship. Come and get prices goods. By tying sandpiper about her ankles a and examine M. D. Hughes, Agt. Wiachester girl produces the same ef fect as by buying an expensive silk Something Xew and Very Good. skirt The piecies of sandpaper rub toWe recently placed in our mill gether and &ound just like a S12 skirt. one ofhave most complete Corn Cleanthe P etty rough on the dressmakers ers that is made. It cleanses corn thouglu Richmond Pantagraph. perfectly and makes the meal as pure as the cleanest flour. It first takes office can print anything you This out, by separation seives, all want When people fen 1 their work pieces of cobs, shue'-p- , over filth etc, rat t e city and say they c tu'; get what then it scou.-- all impure smell from they want here, it is simply because the corn. We also keep in stock grathey havj no town or county pride. ham Hour put up in 12 2 lb. sacks Suc'i people are perfectly willing to made of all the wheat and ground on mike their money here, b.it think the F.ench Burrh Mill Stones. Wo art town is not good enough to spend it in. now prcpired to clean seed wheat at Pretty pass. 5 its per bushel. BURNAM & RUCKER. 3t Lieut. AVherrltt III. Wherritt, who was Lieut Clau-lGive Peddlers the Shake. here last week, was taken ill when he Give ped.llers the col I shake Their returne I to Chickamauga and it soon became necessary to bring him home. interests are of no concern to you, says The caso soon developed into typhoid an exchange. They take money out f sver and he has since been very ill. of a town and leave none. They have Ai this writing he is resting easy no b jsiness reputation to sustain, and and the physician. Dr. Bash, thinks are more apt to skin you than not There is absolutely not one single adha will pull throusrh all ri'ht vantage in buying from peddlers, Interesting Suit. therefore give these itinerants the The city of Danville has brought shake. There is not an article they county of Boyle, pray- - sell that cannot be bought as cheap of suit against the ng that the county be made to keep fie dealers in your own town, who up those streets wh'ch were a part of piy taxes and help to build up, while the turnpikes recently bought by the the peddlers do nothing forus. Trade county and formerly maintained by with the merchants who advertise, let the turnpike companies. The Advo- the peddlers go. cate says the county will fight the A Curiosity. case every inch of the way. S D. Merritt, who has charge of the Sermon to Children. electric light plant, thowed a Record Rev. Kenry Fauleoner asks The Rec man a bible, which, by reason of age ord to announce that he will preach and peculiar wording, is a curiosity. to children at the union meeting in The back is of leather, sewed on with the Presbyterian church Sunday eve- raw hide, and the type is about three ning, beginning promptly at 7 o'clcc times the size you now read in this He is particularly anxious for children paper. Mr. Merritt says the book has of all denominations to come. He will been handed down through relatives not keep them more than three-qua- r and it is ln'y five hundred years old ters of an hour at the longest In many places it differs greatly with the .often version of the Itichmond l'ike Too. In our report of the grand jury's scriptures in use today. Mr. Merritt work lastlssue we failed to state that will gladly show the book to any stu the Richmond pike company was also dent of the bible. (It's safe to say he indicted with the others for failing to will not be kept busy by Lancaster make report to the county court All "students".) three of the pikes still charging toll Goad Quality, Low Priced. were indicted; two for failure to make suits at $10.75, equal Our tailor-mad- e report and one for failure to keep road others at 813.00, and those at SIS and in repair. 815 equal many others at 818 and 820. suits at 88, S10 and Oar ready-mad- e Prices and Quality. all woj! and very $12 are po3it'v-l- y I have 1,000 samples for Fall. and low in price. Examine the Samples Winter Suits, which are off re I at the for yourselves. About 1,000 to select very lowest prices. I make small from. Boys' and young men's clothprofits in order to sell. Tailor made ing a specialty. The best quality of suits as lo.w as 811.25, up to $30, Furnishing Goods from Wanamaker all wool, suits from and Brown, at Philadelphia prices. (7.50 to 818. Come and test the goods Come and buy a complete outfit at re and compare prices and qualities, and duced prices. Pants made to measure you will buy. Thanking my old cus at 83 to $3. Perfect fit and satisfaction tomers, I invite everyboly to come to guaranteed. Overcoats are priced at come to see me before buying. mark. M. D. Hughes, Agent M. D. Hughes, Agt first-claslumber-headstarteoae-half h 1 s Ready-to-welow-wat- AUTUMN. a ! We are receiving new FALL and WINTER GOODS. Stock will be COMPLETE IN A WEEK or Ten Days' S I 4 I Logan Dry Goods Co. 9 2k not forgetting to remunerate himself with 1 per cent o: the total proceeds, which is all he gets in addition to tie fee of 810. House for Kent. e The Cottage just insi le the oa Stanford p'ke, occupied by W. McC. Johnston, will be for rent by or before the last of September. It has three nice rooms, large kitchen, two porch es, splendid cistern water right in the porch, large j'ard, 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 good servants house of three rooms dollars that readily rent for thirty-sia 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. Romans. toll-gatx sep-S-t.- '. award a purse of 853 to to the best mounted officer. There will bj mulo races, pony races and running racis, t'le fo lr of the latter having purses of 5:03 to Sl-- 5 eah. The governor of each Stata represented has been invited to speak as well as the following Youn orators: John Brown, P. Wat Ilardin, Henrj- - Wat- terson, Charles J. Bronston, Geo. Denny, W. C. P. Breckinridge, Thos. Z. Morrow, J. C S Blackburn, James B. McCreary. Admission 50c. well-know- n Assessor Appointed. Mr. E. W. Harris has been appointed city assessor for the ensuing year. A member of the Council told The Rec ord the list of last year only contain ed three dogs, two cows, no bicycles. no diamonds, a couple of pianos, about twenty-fiv- e 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, anil 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 refusir.g to give in bicycles, pianos, dogs and jew elry as there would be in evading the tax on a house and lot. Big Day at Lexlngtoa. One of the biggest days in the histo ry of Lexington will be to day. Friday. 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 2lst, the Veterans will be expedted to assemble in the Council Chamber at the City Hal! where a business meeting will be called by Maj. S. The Veterans should P. Tufts, Pre 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 day. Both of these hotels 51.00 are convenient to the City Hall where your business meetings the first and second daj-- 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, 111., or Secretary Wilbur R. Smith, Lex ington, Ky. P. S. The State Association 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 ing. t pr s The- Royal is the highest grade baking powder luewa. Actual tests show it goes a third farther tbaa may other bread. ;- -, v $ jvria. ' :i j5 XT 1 u uri 11 A Trxxj. uicro vviiwwji LOGAN ROBINSON The Bight Move. . The County Court, together with the C'fty Council, hus advertised for bids for tearing away- the old .stable on the workhouse lot' and the erection of a shed under which to work the prison ers. Tiie officers are certainly moving ia.vthe right direction by having, this property put indecent shapi. Waen the new pavement is completed it will be as nice a piece of property as can be found in any town. All hats off to the Court:and Council. The Bankruptcy Law. The new bankrupt law went into effect August 1st but it cannot bo en forced until the re'erees arc in office r jady for business. When the would be bankrupt takes his application he is required to deposit 825 jn cash in order to pay the raTeree 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 'urns everything into cash, pays the "' .'.Stora.BoOHii.VantecI... money out to creditors, and when There is a good demand for store everything is gone he gives the bank rooms in Lancaster and it's difficult to rupt a. clear receipt for all Tiis debts, among Several prominent the number being Jim Hamilton of 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 of the soldier's hos pitals in that city. Tub Record advis es all who can to attend, as thy will bi given a fine day's entertainment and at the same time be helping a worthy cause. The program includes a competitive drill for a purse of $100. One company from each regiment will A committee of seven participate. ladies from different counties will POWDER AbMkrttlyPitre ftOVAl SAKIM POWOCR CO., MEW VOMC CENTRAL RECORD JEVHKY PAINT LICK. Dr. W. G. Casenburg and family of Knoxville, have located here for the practice of his profession. Protracted meeting begun at Mt. Mr. Tabor church Monday night. Williams, of Aarrodsburg, will assist Rev. Mahoncy iu the meeting. 1L L. Wallace left Thursday, for Newburn, Tenn., where he has a position 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 assured he will meet with approval in his new field. Miss Mary Lear returned Thursday from Lancaster, where she has been visiting the Misses Thompson. Col. C C. Gibb, wife and daughter, Miss Marian, of San Antonia, Texas, Mrs Beb-ueof Philadelphia, and Emersor Collins, of Georgetown, were the pleasant guests of Mr. John B. Parses and family from Saturday until Wednesday. Miss Georgie Henry, of Lancaster is visiting Miss Lucy Ballard. W. S. Fish and C F. Higgins are in Cincinnati this week. Miss Estelle Crawford, of Danville, is the attractive guest of Miss Willie Mae Denny. Miss Margaret Hunt, of Richmond, is visiting the Misses Poyntz. El Short left Monday, for Waddy, where he will attend the Normal College the' coming winter. E. N. Todd left last week for Georgetown College, where he will take the A. M. degree. Misses Grace, Kate and Celia Jackson, of Sherman, Texas, are visiting their uncle, Mr. Jack Adams. 1 he hop given by the Paint Lick Social Club last Friday night, with Mr. C. F. fliggins as manager, proved quite a success. All night long the merry dancers tripped the light fantastic to the strains of gay music, which was furnished by Owen Walker's band of Richmond. Those present were: Missas Birdie Jaring, May-in- c ami Madge Hart, Lizzie and Bessie Rice and Turley, Margaret Hunt, vue Deatherage, of Richmond; Estelle Crawford, Danville; Georgie Henry, Lancaste-Lucy and Mary Ballard, Ilaliie Campbell, Willie Mae Denny, Bettie Mitchell, Frankye Doty, Kathleen 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 James and Will Arbuckle, Chris Farris, Dr. Lucien Rice, Kirksville; EJ Doty, Branan Beazley, Allen Hiatt, Will and Sam Denny, John Burnside, Will Doty, Point Leavell; Epp Campbell, Dr. Ed Poyntz, Harry Francis, David Harvey, 0. A. Fish, C. F. Higgins, James Ballard, Wade Terrill, itobt. Sallee, Richard and Will Jones, Thomp Ramsey, James Butner. Walker Gugan, of Paint Lick, with Mrs. Hudson and Adams, as chaparones. One Minute Couh Cure surprises people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities without the least danger. It has won for itself the best reputation of any preparation used for colds, croup, tickling in the throat or obstinate cjughs. Stormes Drug Store. lin r, ; Rich-mody VEEK BY LOUIS LA.Smi.tir, Pabllsher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. One Yrxr.. in advance " TEKJIS Six MONTns. ' I Three " f ?1.00 j FKIDAY, September, 9 - 1898. Uov. IIkadi.ky has endeared himself thobC haviug relatives in the in vontcers by his action in sanding a train after the sick soldiers at Cfcickamauga. The governor went to snwr.il banks in Frankfort to borrow the money to pay for the train, but not having the uiunl gold elephant those institutions require as security, ilwy could not "accomo'late" him He t'i. n went to a pr.vate individual and got the money. The governor made a inspection of each tent in the Kentucky camp No officers accom-pani- e I Iii.n and the men were told to bur just what they thought of the situation at Cliickamauga. He found that while much siekneis prevails yet the regiment has fared no worse than the others there. The governor went with the train and personally euper-v'eihe moving of the sick boys. On the return he had the par n s and friends notified and at the depots to meet the men. Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon Gov. Uradlcy for this work. lie went into his own packet to defray some of the expense, to ssy nothing of the time and worry it caused him. Dr. James, one of the physicians who went with the governor, of the cmp: "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 ihe garbage and refuse of the camp has bjen deposited. Generally speaking, however, I did not see anything at Camp Thomas which I would feel justified in criticising so far as management is concerned." Gov. Bradley may send out still another hospital train to gather up the sick Kentucky fcoldiers at Montauk Point, the Long Island College hospital and Fort Mc-hirson. l d 1 Thk chances arc that appointments to West Point will go begging hereafter. From the manner in which educated soldiers were ignored in the recent war, it shows that to get "in the push' one must be an expert iii pstliing political, wires. No other qualification was necessary ia picking commanding otlicrs of the present volunteer organizations. Ihere are no inducements now for a boy to enter "West point and spend the best portion of his life in studying to be a soldier. Jt"s a sad state of case, but tiue nevertheless. Gowen'i Reply to the Trustees' "Card." The Board made the charge that I sold that which did not belong to me and that I knew at the time that it did not belong to mi This is a pretty strong statement for them to make. They don't give me the benefit of a shade of a saadow of a doubt in the case. They condemn and hang me without witness, judge or jury and don't evan give me the "benefit of clergy" in my buriai! I have just sold that which was not my own and I knew it not to be, .that's alL Well, the last part of that charge they do not know to be true, nor can they know it. That I know I had no right to it I do most positively deny. 0"n the contrary, I had always thought that I had a perfect right to it until Sept the 12th, and it never entered my mind that even the Board thought differently u 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 bad 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 delicate relation of Elders to a Pastor in the church for which he has ministered so long. I believe that he would have died in his tracks b2fore he would have published to the world the of one of their brothers, even though he might have known him to be guilty, thus seekii'g to bring sorrow and shame and humiliation u;:oa the innocent. In reply to the Board's note I wish to give my reasons for thinking I had a right to the property for a year, and I trust I shall do so in better spirit than they showed. I shaH not deal in epithets, use ugly names or make ugly faces at them lest the public should see in that the weakness of my cause and suspect that such was my only recourse. (1) In the first place nearly all the communication I had with the Board before I came to Kentucky was thro my brother (I had only one letter from the secretary), and my brother understood that I was to have the house, not during school only, but for the whole year, and he, of course, gave me to understand it as he understood it; but the Board would say that he misunderstood them, so I'll 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 to do so on 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 I'll give a thnl reason: (3) 1 he only letter the secretary ever wrote me the one telling me of my election made the same impression Prof. -- and could not have began earlier, for the house was not ready. I answered by 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 contract is made, or from the day of pos session?" Some may infer from their card that the Board wanted me to stay, but they do not claim any such thing if they do we will have something interest slurs in the note of the Board last week, I'll say nothing ex cept that they confirm what l'ye said about tha animus that prevailed all along. Whether my communication or the Board's most deserves to be called "silly"; whether there was any reason, other than the one assigned, for keeping silent, and whether my "broadsides" had any effect, I leave the peo pie to decide, and I'll be abundantly satisfied with their decision. B. S Gowex. ing. As to the Winchester, Tenn. Do Not Be Imposed On. Always insist on getting Foley's Honey and Tar, as it is positively, ab solutely 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 Wilson to enter school at Wilmore again after vacation they hava gone to that place, and Rev. Bottom returned to his home in Perryville. J. W. Forbes, who is at home on a visit from Chickainauga, is down with fever. David Hervey, of Paint Lick, has been the guest of Miss Maggie Patterson. James M. Logan, of Decatur, 111., Arlis Logan and mother, of HL, and Hugh Logan and wife, of that state, are visiting relatives here. James Brown, of Harrodsburg, is visiting his brother-in-laA. T. Mrs. Fannie Moberley, of Hardin. Knoxville, has returned home after spending a week with Mrs. Mary L. Swope and Mrs Alex Moberley. Miss es Carrie Hardin and Alice Saddler, visited in Stanford, and attended the Association last week. Truth wears welL People have learned that DeWitt's Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regu lating the bowels, curing constipation and sick headache. They don't gripe. Stormes Drug Stsre. lm MARKSBURY. T. L Herring bought 14 one was 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. Osc-- r Hiatt, who has carried it for more than two years, was perhaps as faithful a servant as Uncle Sam had and it was a general surprise when the new contract was let to another man. Pro. E. A. Potter, who is to manage the business department in Berea College the coming year, gave a free series of lectures and entertainmeuts 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, eta made the evening a most enjoyable one. Prof. Potter is a most genial and able man, and takes this method of introducing himself and his work to the people. Truly, it was a rare treat for all who took advantage of the oppar tunity, and Mr. Potter will long have a warm place in the hearts of the best people of our town. 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 Witch Hazel Salve 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 THE BLUE GRASS GROCEKY Is the place to get the best as well as the fres hest groceries You are in town and are selling them less than ever known. 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 1 STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS does away with books, book keepers, bad debts and the ings in all these enables us to sav- Sell Cheaper Than Otliei's. 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. Call and see them. BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. EPH. P. BROWN, E. W. Iiillard. Mgr. K Jno. B.Stout. Hallie Hamilton, of your city, is visit ing in our neighborhood this week. Mr. R. L. Jennings the hustling mer chant, of Paint Lick, visited his parents here Sunday. Mrs. Hence Burke, and charming daughter Miss Lula are visiting friends at L'.berty this week. Mr. Jeff Dunn, wife and little son 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 Vipjai les, i visiting his fath r Mr. S. N. Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Haselden will visit in Cincinnati this week. Mrs. Haselden will pur chase 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 bv feeding Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy in time and according to directions. For sa'e by J. M. Higginbotham. lm MT. HEBRON Rev. J. I. Wells will fill his pulpit Lillavd & Szoul, eading)ruggists.j Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. DAltfVILLE, ORGANIZED 1883. :- -: KENTUCKY OOOOOPC THE OOOOOOOCOOOOO0 MS OF NATIONAL BANK, LANOASTEB. JT. NATIONAL CAPITAL $200,000.00 BANK ( SDBPLUS. 165,000.00. -Capital, Surplus Fund BUSINESS $100,000 15,000 OF SOLICITED. LANCASTER, President Wk do not wish to say "I told you s ," but the following special fits our predictions squarely: "The opinion t'cacraliy 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 BUCKEYE. command of olliccrs who often owed their appointments to political Reports say, that Buckeye is to have and wen?, in consequence, unfit a double wedding soon. for their responsible duties." Rev. F. Willis ended his 4th year of It is expected that an effort will be pastoral service at Gunn's Chapel Suninside in Congress to strengthen the day. weak points developed in the National The colored association, which conGuard system by the experience of the largely atwar. It is hoped that steps will be vened here last week, was and about 30 preachers were taken in this direction. 'J he condi- tended, present. tion of the regular trained soldiers, Joseph Simpson sold to Griggs, of who did the fighting at Santiago, is not near 0 bad as that of the men Madison, 24 cattle at 5:31.12. Also who have never been off their native sold to Scott Bros , of Bucna Vista, a soil. This looks like proof enough to lot of cattle at bhow conclusively that politicians are Woolford Raney was employed last week to act as nurse for Wesley Hicks not fit to place over men. of Mt. Hebron, who was very low, and C.rr. Swkkxkt, who resigned from died of typhoid fever. the Lebanon company, is sayinj hard Joseph Simpson and daughter, Miss things about CoL E 1. Gaither, among Celesta, and J. W. Brown and wife, attheal bsing the charge that it was tended the Baptist Association in Gaithar's cowardice which prevented Stanford last week. Miss Georgia the regiment from croing to the .front. Hunter, of Nicholasville, is with Mis3 If Sweeney is as bidly mistaken in all Sallie B. Ray. his charges as he is in calling Gaither Died, the 3'Jth of August, Maggie a coward he is simply talking to hear Dean, the beautiful baby of Mr. and his head roar. Mrs. John Dickerson, aged The bereaved parents have the sympaTiik Navj' Department confirms the thy report that the Iowa and Oregon are ing of the community, - but the consolthought should be the tender to sail soon for the Pacific station, where they will be available for dis. Shepherd carcth for her with the rest of the redeemed lambs of his fold. "pxtch to the Philippines in case of fur. More than twenty million free samtaer trouble. If any more trouble comes, there is where it will b2. It's ples of EeWitt's Witch nazel Salve well enough to keep a weather eye on have baen distributed by the manufacturers. What better proof of their these islands. confidence in it's merits do you want? Jesse Barkrtt and James Baker It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in write to Gov. Bradley that they "take the shortest space of time. Stormes lm pleasure toiufoimhim that they are Drug' Store. iu the Stanford jail" awaiting action on a charge of murder in Clay county SWEENEY. Tiity want the governor to furnish troors to take them Lack to Clay, as J. L. Warner sold to B. F. Robinson they fear mob violence. 4 head of cattle at Gets a lb. O. B. Perkins sold to Jim and Frank 2ilv Gn.BEKTsays ia his announce, C ments that "Hon. George Davison, the Bourne heifers ayeraging 525 lbs. at 3.30, also sold to Sam Anderson 3 republican nominee, is cordially invited to be pressnt and will be given an yearling steers at 4cts. S. Morgan and son' went to Cincinequ tl division of time." Mr. Davison is still in Michigan and it is not known nati last week with one car load of catwhether he will accept the invitation tle which they shipped from Danville, also shipped one car load of sheep from or not. Gilberts Creek. Si'Aix is having trouble with its Little Emma Land, of Rowland, Peace Commissioners. Senor Castillo spent last week with Annie May Perhas declined to serve, and it is said kins of this vicinity. Mrs. Lou Gray that three others will decline, if they and little son, "master Dan," of Livhave not already done so. Some of ingstone, are visiting her parents Mr. the Madrid officials are even talking of and Mrs. W. P. Dishon. Mr. Walter the futility of sending any commission- Dishon and wife and little Ella Holtz-claers to Paris at all. of Lancaster visited relatives near Gravel Switch last week. M n. McKisley's administration For broken surfaces, sores, insect would have been absolutely above re. bites, burns, skin diseases and especiproach if at the beginning he had cut ally piles there is one reliable remedy, the cable between he and Mark IJanna. Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve. When you call for De Witt's don't accept 4au CUBAN OIL cores counterfeits or frauds. You will not Ivl v Cuts. Burns. Bruises. Rheu be disappointed with Da Witt's Witch matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents Hazel Salve. Stormes Drug Store, lm of Jim Parks this place the fourth Sunday. calves at 814 per head. Mrs. Timothy Ford who has been on me that all my brother's letters The Ladies Aid Society, of the Fork very sick for several days is improving had done. That it was worded like church gave a supper at Mr. Fred Kem slowly. the "contract" in the trus' pers last Friday evening. Ihey real Mr. Wesley Hicks died at his home tees' note, I most positively deny. The ized. $33. near Scotts Fork Sunday his remains "contract" is no contract at ane remains oi iur. w. u. JNorns were entered into Mt Hebron cemetery all, but only an extract from the sec who was killed near Hebron while Monday. retary's minutes minutes too, the ve working at a wheat thresher, were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ford and little ry existence of which, I was ignorant interred in the cemetery at the Fork Lillian and Mrs. Jennie Peacock spent of until the day before I gave up the 11:50 after a short funeral Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Dennie property. There was no formal or Thursday at by Rev. W. M. Kuykendall. Scott Mrs. Jennie Peacock who has written contract; they claim their service He was 27 years old and resided with been visiting Mrs. Mary A. Ford will minutes to be the contract; I claim was his parents home at Jclico Tenn their letter to me and my acceptance alwuys underinallBryantsville. He kind return to herMiss circumstances, this week. Ella Scott who has to be the contract. The minutes were been visiting his mother written when I was three hundred and loving to broken with who is now grandfather her grandmother and We grief. returned to her home at miles from here; was I expected to almost heart extend our sympathy to the bereaved Burgin Ky., last week. Miss Bessie come and read the minutes, or was it Doty who has been visiting Mrs. M. A. more natural for mo to rely on the family. Miss Mary Kuykendall left Saturday Fori relumed to her home at Blue secretary's letter to know the condi Miss Springs Mo. last week. tions? It takes two to make a con- to attend Shelbyville College. tract The Board ought to have Eliza Williams, of Burgin, visited Mrs. sought the advice of some lawyer in H. D. Aldridge, last week. Mr. and town on the meaning of a "contract" Mrs. Mike Kennedy, of Crab Orchard, A it seems to me. But I may be charged visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. F. with inability to understand what the K. Sutton, last week. Messers Rich secretary meant, so I'll give a fourth ard Moore and Harvey Sutton, of Co L 2nd. Ky. Vol are home on a furlough. reason: They are quite sick at this writing. (4) At the end of thl first year I ask ed for a little increase in salary, but Mr. Hughes Aldridge, of Co L 2nd Ky. the chairman said the Board had de Vol. is home on a 30 days furlough. cided they could not grant my request; He was quite sick when he arrived but they considered the money they were is some better at this time. Misses OR WELL, A BUSH paying ine, and the house which they Margaret Bright, of Stanford, Martha SICK estimated at from $150 to 5200 a year, Tompson and Katherine Simpson, of NIGHT AND DAY. very good pay. The chairman himself Lancaster and Elizabeth Beazley, of said I could not get a house at all suit Crab Orchard form a house party at able for less than 150 a year not Miss Elizabeth Simpson. Miss Lizzie The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes. Their nine months; 150 for nine months Simpson has returned from a visit at Heroic Effects in Getting Ammuniwouldjbe pretty high it seems to me. Crab Orchard. tion and Rations to the Front Saved Even if the contract had been under Going Down Hill. the day. stood as meaning 9 months, for the first year, I dont see how it can be. People P. E. Butler, of pack-trai- n No. 3 suffering claimed for the second and third, in from Kidwriting from Santiago, De Cuba, on July 23d, says: "We all had diarrhoea the face of their report to me. But ney Diseases in more or less violent form, and when the Board may not remember saying feel a gradual we landed we had no time to see a doc. these things, so I'll give a fifth rea but steady loss of tor, for it was a case of ruse and rush strength and vitalson: night and day to keep the troops supThey should ity. plied with ammunition and rations, (5) In the Board's formal notification lose no time in tryiug but thanks to Chamberlain's Colic of my election the secretary's letter Foley's Kidney Cure, a Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we lm mentioned above they laid great Guaranteed Preparation. were able to keep at work and keep stress on the fact that I would have a our neaitn; in tact, l sincerely believe most excellent garden; now, if the that at one critical time this medicine WALLACETON. was the indirect saviour of our army house was mine for only the scholastic for if the packers had been unable to year (9 months), of course the garden Mr. Smith Kelley and wife of Living- work there would have been no way was mine for only the same time, that ston, were visiting here from Saturday of getting supplies to the front There is, from Sept till May during the to Monday. Mr. John Ponder, who were no roads that a wagon train winter months, but from May till Sept for several weeks has been confined to could use. My comrade and myself the good fortune to lay in a sup the only time a garden is worth any his house, is able to be out again. had of this medicine for our pack-trai- n ply thing I have no right to it. Talk Mrs. Eliza Yocum, who is at present before we left Tampa, and I know in about "common sense" and "fitness of located at Berea, preached here Sun- four cases it absolutely saved me.' The above letter was written to the things," it seems to rae that both day on the subject of "Christain Libmanufactures of this medicine, the these things are lacking when you erty;" and her discourse, wnich was Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, nojQ out as a special inducement "a received with great interest by every Iowa. For sale by R. E. McBoberts. most excellent garden," when I'm not to use it in the summer time. I had never been accustomed to "scholastic gardens," so I seem to haye been mis led. (6) Reason No. 6 Prof. Patterson said to Mr. L. F. Hubble and me, that he understood he . was to have the house for twelve months, not nine, and and that he recognized equal right 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 had ordered me to vacate) and when I told him that I claimed the house for 12 months, he said he thought it would begin with, my election. My election, I think, took place in June or July, but my occupancy began in September at Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. Hiooinbotha Lxwis Y. if. Lixtill Cashlei Assistant Cash'r Bookkeeper DIBECTOR3: B. F. Hudson W. O. BlQNXT C. D. Wxlxxb A. R.Dknnt. President. Jno. E. Storm K3, Vice President. W H. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. 8.C.DXNNT, J. F. Bobinson. Jb, Asa't Assistant Cash'r. B. T. Embrt J.M.HlBGINBOTHAlC, J.S.Johnson, H. C. Arnold, Js. ALIZ.GlBBB, LlWIS Y. LXAYXIA, T. M.Aknold, B. F. Hudson. J.J.WiLMB Jacob Y. Bobihson. DIBECT0B3 Sam'l. D. Cochran, Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. Alex. B. Denny. W. B. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes, THE SUPERIOR. CRITICAL TIME During the Battle of Santiago. In offering the Snperior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard county we do not offer them an experiment, but a SUCCESSFUL REALITY. Our Drill has been on the market two seasons and we have made improvements over the last two years that cannot be beaten NEW OIL CUPS IN DlSC'and a large single Steel Drag Bar. The simplest drill on the market. A great many have been sold and every one has given perfect satisfatction. It is the ORIGINAL and only perfect Disc Drill made. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The Superior will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and can be put into the hardest ground. If you want the best Disc Drill made, buy the Superior. Steel Frame IMse Irill. G. S. GAINES, Agt., Lancaster, Ky. WHY WHEAT IS CHEAP. The Mlllinc Demand Supplied From the Farmer Elevator Stores. The Courier-Journhas heretofore called attention to the fact that one reason there was so little milling demand 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 elevators. We find ulso that there is almost no milling demand for the crop, because in the storage contracts the farmers agreed to permit the miller to grind bis wheat provided he will replace it when called on. Now, as we only export about to one eighth of our wheat, the millers of the United States must be our customers or seven-eighfor of our crop. But, as stated above, the millers are not baying the now crop to any considerable extent, and the reason is the farmers are giving them absolute ts SchooL Books Old books taken in exchange. McEoTDerts' Drug Store. ly free all the wheat they can grind. They need not buy a bushel. With the consent of the farmers the millers of the United States are grinding up the wheat without paying a dollar for it and selling the fiour at high prices or storing it away to sell for still higher prices after they have settled with the farmers at from 50c to 60c per busheL By this action of the farmers the millers have the fixing of the price in their own hands "The millers of the United states, according to past recsrds, will require this fall and winter about 450 million bushels to meet current demands. Suppose the millers were required now to go into the opea market and buy to fill their current wants and thus make some competition with exporters, does any one suppose that if this were the case wheat would be selling at 65c The only buyers we have now are exporters, and they o'nly want 5) 60 million bushels, and if farmers or would not supply it withoat cost they would have to buy it We do sot blame the millers for making such an arrangmeat, but farmers who agree to it should not coat plain about .Ma wheat," ? PROC WE HEAD THE only aim PLEASE. Our Merchants. Of Up-to-d- ate TO WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. TiKCi.es Toll Sacked. lO OFFERED. Over. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for $1 0. Fine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Fine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP. CLEAITIITG- - J. L. Frohman &Co, New Millinery Firm! NOEL SISTERS. Having "bought Mrs. Harden's stock of Millinery, we 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 continuation of the patronage of her customere, also of our old customers. Miss Lula Graham will have charge of the trimming room. "will m THE GLOBE 136, Telephone 1C- 1TD PKESSI1TG-- . Danville, Ky. Kidney Diseases CURED THAT BEE .ouncoa ; HAD James Y. Currey, of the New Mam moth, Louisville, was the guest of his parents Sunday. FRIDAY, September, 9 - 1898 Mr. Armp Elkin and daughter, after a visit to relatives here, have returned to Louisville. Moooooiooo Misses Wyatt, after a visit to their grand-fatheMr. Dave Bst, have returned to Lexington. Mr. W.K. Shugars and wife, of M Mr. J. C. Thompson is in the cities Kinney, are guests of Mr. William goods. buying Xmas Shugars and family. Sam Joseph made a flying visit to Mrs. Jack Hiatt and Miss Bettie this city last week. West hare gone to Dripping Springs J. Joseph and family are visiting in for several weeks stay. Cincinnati this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Lake and two lit Will Dunlap is visiting relatives in tle daughters, returned to Terra Lexington this week. Haute, Ind , Monday. Miss Ann Bettis, of Lowell, is visitMrs. Hardin, nee Miss Mollie John ing relatives in this city. ston, of Monticello, has been visiting Miss Nannie Gaines left Monday to Mrs. Geo. Higginbotham. Mr. A. K. Brown, from Bristol, enter school at Georgetown, Ky. Misses Julia Eeid and Lizzie Brown Tenn ,is expected Friday to visit his sister, Mrs. William George. are in Cincinnati for a few days. Miss Mary Burnside lias bean at Mr. and Mrs. J. L Ilamilton have retending a gay house-part- y at Miss turned from a visit to Lexington. Florence Burnside's this week. Mrs Alec Denny leaves tomorrow Mrs. Harriet Pries gave a dining for Martinsville, Indiana, Springs. last Saturday, in honor of Mrs. Alice Miss Tillie Arnold, of Cartersville, Haynes, of Ronce erte, West Va. is the guest of Miss Georgia Henry. Miss Amelia Pierson, a handsome Mr. Louis Ilerndon is spending a lady of Harrodsburg, is the guest of few days with relatives in Barbour-ville- . her cousin, Mrs. Mattie Duncan. Mr. E. W. Lawless, of Teatersville, Mrs. Humphrey Ballon and Miss Ella who has been quite sick, was able to Dunn are visiting relatives in Shelby-villmake a visit to our city Tuesday. Mr. William Collier and daughter, of Mrs. Sam Hughes, of Danville, is vis Illinois are visiting his brother Mr. Mrs. Bogie, at Marks-buriting her sister, Moses Collier at the Mason Hotel. CENTRAL RECORD. PERSONAL. r, e. Miss Lizzie Hudson left last attend school at Staunton, West nia-Eld. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. week to to Atlanta, Ga., to Virgi- nardin have gone attend the Postal Graham Frank and Mr. Richard 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, (J a., has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Elkin. Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Hughes, of Louisville, are visiting their parents in this city. Henry has returned from a visit to Miss Lucy Ballard, of Paint Lick. Johnnie Johnston has accepted a in the store of Thos. Alexander! in Danville. Charley Walker is holding his own fairly well, and will soon be entirely lid of the fever. Miss Georgia Clerk's Association in session there. Dexter Ballon, who is connected with tb.2 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 accorrpanied her sis ter, Miss Kate Walker, to Lexington, today. Mrs. Landram will enter the hospital there. Misses Sallie Tillett and Lr.ura Smith left this week for the cities to purchase fail millinery and attend the fall openings. The L. & N. will sell round-tritickets to St Louis at one fare. October 2n, 3.1, and 4th limited to earlL-r-. October 13th, account Grand United Lieut. John Fairy's condition is Order of Odd Fellows (Colored); d greatly improved. He's past the dan continuous passage forms to be ger line and now only has to remain used by Agents who have them. quiet and have patience to soon regain his health. Read and Remember. CoL Hunley Sing'eton is the proud "Keep back your own'troubles don't father of a ten pound boy. The young hide them, but keep them back. Put man arrived this week and Hun says them aside, and let those who come in he will some day be president of these contact with you feel only the result of United States. them in finding you full of sympathy, Prof, and Mrs. B. S. Gowen and lit understanding and strength to give tle son, George Morton, have gone to help where and when is needed. ReKimbrelin Heights, where the Pro- member the truest and best way to fessor will enter as one of the teachers help others is through your character through what you are. No lasting for that college. work can be done in any other way." Mesdames E. W. Harris and S. B. Ex. Henry, accompanied by their children, Masters Geo. Harris and Allen Henry, Bon'ts. and little Miss Ella, left this week for Don't bore others just because others a visit to relatives in Ei Dorado, Ark. bore you. Capt. Duncan and Thurmond Ander Don't be above apologizing to your son are the only Lancaster men at children if necessary. Chickamauga who have never been Don't spend your money in trying to home on furlough. As both Lieutenants are ill Capt. Duncan has all he get something for nothing. Don't think a man takes every fool's can attend to. advice because he asks yours. Major General Jim Crow Dillon is in Don't think because a man has a Cincinnati this week attending the G. A. R. Crow "fit" with the famous 5th band on his hat that he is musical. Don't think men and pins are of Ohio regiment which was organized in Cincinnati, consequently has many old much use after losing their heads. comrades in the Queen City. Don't expoe your ignorance by talk Mr. Paul Miller won the scholarship ing about thingsyou d n't understand. Chicago News. for four years term at Ky. University. and will leave this week for that place. Letter From Frank Turner. He is a bright young man and his ma ny friends were proud of his success. Frank Turner, who is ia the Lancas Mr. Ashbrook Frank left today for ter jail awaiting to be taken to FrankAmanita, Texas, where he has been fort penitentiary asks publication of appointed a teacher at Amarilla Col- the following: Lancaster, Sept 1st, 1898. lege. His sister accompanied him and will spend the winter. Lexington Ar Dear Old Home Paper: I want to ask space for my friends to read. I am gonaut. bound to leave my wife and two sweet Miss Margaret Hackley, after spend little children, so I trust in God that ing the summer months at Lake Chau they will be taken care of until I get tauqua, N. Y., returned to visit her back. I love everybody on this earth, friends in Lancaster, Paint Lick and and hope and trust that I will get other places, soliciting for Georgetowu back to raise my sweet little children. College, where she will again teach They are left alone by themselves, so this year. I trust in the Lord that they will be Rev. R. R. West is visiting his fath cared for while I am gone, and I ask er, Mr. John K. West, on Richmond the people to have mercy on me and street Rev. West has a lucrative po- my little family. I am ready to meet sition in one of the departments at my God and hope that all my friends Washington and preaches at a church will be ready to meet Him when He near there. His many Lancaster calls them. I trust that He will bless friends are glad to see him looking me with good health and strength so I can return and be with my little famwelL event of the social season was ily. So goodbye to all my friends. No May the Lord have mercy on everymore brilliant and enjoyable than the body and my little family. Patriotic Party given by Mr. Wade H. Frank Turner. Bush at his home, on Richmond p first-clairou-cla- 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 at tend the big celebration at Nicholas. 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. Johnston, who has fever and is at Sulphur Well, says he is improving and hopes to return home about the first of next month, or Beulah Camp meeting, Flat Rock, rates via Queen and Crescent Route; from all points between Danville and incl. September 25th, for the above occasion. Tickets are good until the 20th, to return. See small bills or ask agents for full pai- ticulars. Ky. Low I. O. O. F. (COLORED.) St Louis, Oct 4 10. 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. Mr. Mc Furr went to Williamsburg Monday to enter school. Protracted meeting is in progress at Mt Tabor Baptist church. C. I. 0o'g, accompanied by W. J. Anderson visited at W. II. Furr's Saturday and took a fami y gruup. Mr. Ogg works at Paint Lic.c next week. You invite disappointment when you experiment DeWitt's Little Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick headache jast as sure as you take them. Stormes Drug Slore. lm TEA cures Dyspep-- r TOIMfAMANUBlAN IWlllvl sia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Incurablo o KIDNEY CURE -ts mectinir w!fh ..... . T """""mi sue- . rand cess. .K.0mc urity, I. mvsPif . Ta,p:co.i:J:;-o- f Tole that nhvslci.;... M and it Picture n,,::7.V ana your " . nas mnrt.. : rteeth among io anyl much as to younger than IdM Ganges irn- - can obtain "V a'o. Certi Mc of Hfe and j catcaofiua-lT;- ,:. luaimcs.; iact that by K-" I how. merit! V.10. .r uu.wncM tetif .cascs"here bod curablft It ,s a vinff ; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. HOW To Obtain a Roastsr Frse. 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 WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" Remedy, 3 I I i ; j j j gg Field Fencing. fence that always keeps its shape because it's built that way A Nothing bnt e sbc heavily ga!ran5rl Jra rnide of bot IJtsSiinet steel i fed in iu con. tttuction arac in all the 20 different style made turns nllkinds of stck anil leave the stock unharmed while the fence stands strung and sturdy. fi THIS hinrje-joi- ? jfelZ j WOVO makes an ad-- 7 justable fence and pre vents stay wires from bending unp in.il;rs cs t'cht v THAT r . Ci e,cr.-.- jircvcutsstay w:re e 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 ol goods If we lend money we want interest. If we exchange goods for dollars, we want a very small margin. Buy of us and get pure groceries. Is the best for Fca'e TrenMss. Corrects all Irregularities la Female Organs. Should be taken for Chaise o! Lit and before Plisters "Old Ticij" Remedies havo stood the test for twenty years. Made only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Tcauessee. ra beiig displaced. TiK-r- s no fence that excels and few, if any, as good. .". e;ra. humfe cc.,p!ttsbukg,pa. rca sals cv Kpnofaciursd fay DO NOT RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES. anQ. For sale by E. EMcRoberts.Lancastar J.C. Robinson, Lancaster. PLEASE REMEMBER. Call Enjoy a Pleasant Chat. I again appeal to those indebted to me to come forward and settle their accounts. To save further trouble, come at once My accounts are due and must be settled. I don't want to give my accounts to an officer. MISS SALLIE TILLETT. ! W.H. First-Cla- s LACKEY & Successor to Lackey Gulley. Pleased to see you. NO WORRY HERE. I H. M. BALLOU. LIVERY , STABLE. ! HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO "Silver Plate that Wears." TftAVEUNG MEN JHBW LIVERY. No. street 36 BAKINQ DISH. R. KINNAIRO'S Insurance Agency RepreacntlBt Orer - 857,000,000 In the following Fire Insurance -- Companies Etta, of Hartford. Qaeea ef America. NatleaaleT Hartfert. Pkeaix ef Broeklja. Hartford ef Hartferd. Maack ester ef Eaglaad. Ceuectleat ef Hartferg. Herta British aad Mercaaatile. ftaraaa Americas ef New Yerk. Lirerpeel aai Lemiea aad Glebe. I alio represent the old reliable Miss Mattie Buchanan, of Camp- bellsville, returned home Monday, after a protracted visit to her sister, Mrs. J. H. McMurtry. Dr. J. M. Acton was called to Crab Orchard Wednesday, to assist Dr. of that place, in deing some surgeon's wor.c Lieut. John M. Farra continues to improve It will not be many davF. we are delighted to say, before he will be on foot again. W. B. Mason and family left on Tuesday morning's train, the former to see the G. A. R, and the latter to visit relatives in Chicago. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Mrs. R. E McRoberls gave a high Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the tea last Saturday evening in honor of Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your Mr. Wade Bush and his guest, Mr. orders at Sweeney's store. tf Ed. Moritz, of St Louis. A Love Comedy. John C Shugars, daughter Emma and two sons, George and David, of (Scene 1.) Shippensburg, Pa., are visiting Mr. Sweet Bath and Jack (Oh, what bliss I Wm. Shugars and family. Eat on the stoop Mrs. Herring &nd daughter, Miss Closelikethis. Annie Loyd, left Tuesday for George(Scene 11.) town, where Miss Annie Loyd will enThen pa came In ter school for the next term. (One quick kiss I) a, Tuesday evening in honor of his guest, Mr. Moritz, of St Louis, Ma The house and grounds were beautifully decorated with American flags and Japanese lanterns. Dainty refreshments were served. The guests were Mhses Sallie and Mattie Elkin, Mae Hughes, Mary Miller, Mary Elkin, of Stanford, Annie Royston, Bessie Bush, Alice Hudson, Fannie Collier, Lula Batson, Altie Marksbury. Messrs. Jno. and Louis Doty, Kirk Kirby, Chas. Frisbie, Frank Marks-burJno. Lear, G. B. Swinebroad, Joe Robinson, Jesse Sweeney and Joe Haselden. (I fe have purchased the 3 stable and am prepared to furnish the ! 1 J. HOOD, SUIiUEOxV-DEmS- The Kentucky Girl. She differs from the girls of other States in more ways than one. She has a charm about her that is distinctly her own indigenious to the soil and climate, so to speak. Other girls may be as pretty, but few can compare with her in domestic qnalitis. Ihe Kentucky girl can go to the kitc'.ea and prepare a meal fit for the g ds,and 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, can lovo a man harder when she tries, or jilt him with more ease than any other girl. In fact, she can break more hearts and mend them quicker than all other girls combined. She doesn't ask the men to fall in love with her, but attracts them by her grace and goodness, just as naturally as sugar does flies. Finally, she is all that could be desired to make man happy and fortunate, indeed is that man who wins her for a wife. Jryantsvllle, Ky. article I practical and and just as useful as it is hands- S ft ome. Whether it is used R to serve plain baked beans or the most dainty dessert, A handsome Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given 9 Commercial Travelers. Office over J. LANCASTER, KY C. Thompson's jewelry store Danville street. FOR SALE! Two farms, one containing 42 acres the other 90. Good farming land, comfortable dwelline houses .and convenient Will Rive liberal terms to purchaser. For particulars apply to n. D.ALD RIDGE, RICE BENGE. 1 ilarksbury, Ky it recommends itself to every housekeeper as most desirable. Every- thing else in "Silver Plate that Wears" you can possibly wan including 1847 l S7 Hew York Life Insurance COMPANY. Quarter-maste- r Wm. Berkele, of Chickamanga, has been visiting his wife and little daughter, Alma. He CUBAN RELIEF cures nAaAM G)lic, Neuralgia and Toothache returned to bis regiment Monday. UipjIVrS minute Sour Stomach Capt. Wm. Herndonand daughter, and Bfuaxaer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents. Found them sitting this. Like f ""mnve It Hits She Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feels sore, take a dose of Foley's' "oney and Tar. wnen toe soreness will be a t one 3 relieved, a warm grate fnl feeling a n d healing o f parts affected willl oe experien ced and you will sav; Mt leels so good. IT HITS the SPOT." It is guaranteed. 0 i JSX W i THAN knives, forks, spoons, etc mi CORSETS ii i j aau CTrg? g?7r5 .F&mr. ag?, sm .ara .zm. gyg-gre- grsa .arras ,??"S JT3Lrfr.,rgjr3iA 3&jb& ssluMB '&2KEZiMMrWk3GrWBJK7TMLJKEFmj1MjMrxi .'K'WKbJHKFWLSntt o 0 05 i i 1 " GOODS. ct-ct--C sftp ss- 4- - -- aSJs. -- sr B p? C5 1 szejcohntid I We GO CD IsTEW THIS WEEK. are glad to announce we have an mmense Stock Clothing' , Drv Goods, Boots, Shoes O-OOID- lot be met. S p o CD o O cp--l GENERAL 4 MERCHANDISE i O on sale at prices that cannot We mean what we say. H. Place, NORTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE. Iii:Ti-str- BATS ON. Soiira Mutual 9 o CD COME SEE GOODS and GET PRICES. ALL WOMEN JsJiNE-TnrrH- S in ilic- - lV.in S Hydrophobia Kxcitrmcut. IIi:M)ki:sox, Ky., Sept. 7. Great ex- N: wrui.T. Ky., 1 pt. 7. liry:iii '1u:iIit. Tito demand RETURNED TO FRANKFORT. MkiP citement prevails here over the death and v.ife should knov? about the pre- of tiie child of Policeman paration that for half a century has from hydrophobia. The same dof bit been helping expectant mothers bring another one of his children and little ones into the vrorld without two other children of John Orr. danger and the hundred and one A subscription was started TuesqfX& discomforts and distractions day to sond the children to New Yorit j'"& incident to child-birtIt to take the Pasteur treatment It will and a good yfijlfj ,s applied externally, which eot voOO Tuesday. portion of it was made ur jJh'$ Medicines taken internally I:i(H.in:l Ctptiiii IJelirveil of Comniiiiitl. 1'kankfokt, Ky., Sept. 7. As a renot help and may sult of the invi'.'.tiyatio.i by a commitresult in harm. h. T'--- of Grand Army visitors in tnis city to c shown points of interest in connection with the Pearl Bryan and the Jackson and Walling murder trials became so great luvsday that the officials of Newport ua'iiiul u :.v int three guides. They wjll show people the cells where Jackson ami Wt.lling spent tiieir Ivbi days. Bigdil at.o:.s are also goitiir to the sj.nt in tiie Kentucky highlands-- , where the bony of Pearl Bryan wad l G;v. Riadloy unit Corps of Sursrons and Sursi--s Willi tlm lloipilal Train Jlruuht (ia Mck buliliers. I Imstat Ca. off- Fj.ankfokt, nut-ae- Ky., Sept. ft. Gov. Brad-Ic- y tee, dpt. T. ICOth In. iiana. command and v:il be tried by The committee was appointed by Col. Uiindur to see if tiie eLares eoull be tain. .!. 'iln; c.iar;vs arc abrsivo Iruuaje r.n.l strikinj: fits and prepares every organ, muscle and an enlisted man. I (Jiir. llrtu'li-kai; Adtr ilin cu. part of the body for 7. Gov. 'Ira.l-le- y I"i:AMcronr. Ky...-tt- . the critical hour. It Tties.iay after. i on rnt of its robs child-birt- h L. 1.. Medical hostortures and pains. to Montan'.t Point, Fort McPiir-raoin pital college aii.i Baby's coming is made regard to the a: el; Kentucky S'j.iliera quick and easy. Its at those r faros. The governor wi.l action is doubly bene- - sii.'.'.;. ra effort to have there gilt V ficial if used during the Vr'hole h sue. but there arc not enough to require a hospital train. period of pregnancy. stores, or $1 per bottle at all Tin- jlililurv I ' ji :i at L iliton. sent by mail on receipt of price. Lkxi.nciox. Ky.. Sept. 7. Ti.f re are patient in the division liopitai There were two deaths from ' here. jnation to all women, will be sent to any typhoid Wednesday Co. p. W. II. address upon application by Cock, 12th "ew York, and Privat-FranShaffer, 0th Pennsylvania. The ' Jfce Bradfiefd Regulator Co., v'or.valecents are being sent to their '' homes on furloughs. Seventy five left litanta !.Wednesday. i::i:i:rajnc-I'tnltion. Hi::nr.i:seK, Ky.. Sept. 7. Two more AND STOCK petitions in bankruptcy have bc:i tiled by Henderson parties. One is 11. A. Hol'.oway. a prominent young busiSwine-brotW. Y. Currey has rented the ness man of this city, who values his farm near Hubble. at 17,000, but liabilit'es great-ok- . llerndon's fine bugj' marc dpt. The other is M. A. Levy, who is died Monday from pinkeye. now conducting a drugstore at Spotts- 3!ob West Louht of Jno. Donuahuc . Price private. 40,030 xjounds of hemp. Al:r to In;ti ct tiiu l. .xl)itii Can) p. Camp IIa.mii.tox, Mr. II. C. Araol.l has rented J. K Lexington, Ky.. Ciirsuns farm near Crab Orchard and Sept. 7. Private John F. Dottridge, will move there about the first of Oct aged lit. of Company D, Stli Masaeliu-.-ettdied Monday night of typhoid. t'cott Hudson .got first money 500 with Eagle Flacnagin in the 2:12 trot Secretary Alger and stuff will le here Friday to inspect the camp and diviat Independence, Htursday. sion hospital. A rivate in the 1st O.vcn county's tobscco acreage is at S.O00 acres. With a good New liamf siiira died Tuesday uight 21.11 of I'.uni.rup.cr. yield it will produce 10,000,000 pounds ,f tobacco. Tri8VH.i.K, Ky., Sept. 7. Win, C. When you call for DeWitt's Witch Johnson, of Sugar Grove, Butler counHis Tlazel Salrc the great pile cure, don't ty, has filed a bill of bankruptcy. accept anything else. Dju't be taPced liabilities are 510,000 and assets SJ.OOO. i lto accepting a substitute, for piles, liitc Inclines llie Aipiint in; nt. for sores, for burns. Stormes Drug Wasiiixcio::. Sept. 7. It may be Store. lm positively now that Mr. Justice Dun's Review says the failures for said White, of the Unite I States supreme August were the lowest in five years iina.ly declined the tender the corresponding month. The court, has membership in the wheat crop is the largest ever harvest- of a peace commission. The president er, and the outlook for the iron indus- has been aware for several days of the try is said to be the most favorable in decision of Justice Whits, Lit', for va20 year;. rious reasons did not make it A'stublorn cough or tickling in the I'inor Aui; x.itio:i. throit yields to One minute Cough Mkxico Citv, Sept. 7. Leading SpanCure. Harmless in effect, touches the right spot, reliable and just what is ish residents here who have in some wantsd. It aets at once. Stormcs cases had large connections commercially with Havana and other Cuban Drug Store. lm of definite The big stock sale of Dr. Jno. C. Mi- ports, are now favoi-ablller yesterday was one of the most suc- annexation of the islands to the Unitcessfully conducted that has ever ed States, assuming that the Spanish taken placj in Jessamine. A larfe flag will soon case to float there. cro.vd was in attendance, bidding 1'In-Were- lurn to spirited, and good prscis realized on South I.kxd, Ind., Sept7. Frank eery head of stock sold. G. W. Lyne Andrejiwski and Martin Delinski, of acted as auctioneer and It:c2 Miller as this eit-- , tried to stop a Grand Trunk clrk. Jes;aminc Journal. train by sitting on the track while Harvey N avc sold acrc3 of un- drunk and motioning to the engineer. improved land about two miles from The engineer failed to stop his train Nicholasville near the Lexington pike, in time, and both men were torn to toGjo. I. Brown at $35.70 per acre. pieces. Mr. IJrown also bought 37 acres of Tlie Vermont U rctlon. ; Nav...wJL, White Rivkr Junction, Vt, Sept. 7. erty a? S35 per acre, which l?e "'pur-- ' The vote loV 20 towns first heard chased less th m six months ago at from give Smith I'rcp.), for governor, per acre. The above farms, with the 3.C7J; Maloncy (dcm., .,14.r.; Wyman one recently bought of Geo. L. Chris-ma- (pro.), Ml. The same towns" An 1894 gives Mr. IJrown 312 acres in one gave Woodbury (rep.), 4, ISO; Smith, body. Ileal Estate Agent G. W. Lyne dcm.), 1,020, and othci-8- , 97. negotiated all three of the sales. Itev. Joscpliui I.eo for Congress. Journal. Oakland Citt, Ind., Sept. 7. The s Hays sold to Lixcoln Notes a piir of mare mules for S250. Ow- populists of the First congrcssionil ens sold t ) Lyon 1,430 pounds of hemp district met here Tuesday and nominI'ev. Josephus at i3. 47 per 100 pounds. I'epples sold ated platfore opposedLee for congress.. The fusion with the to Forestus Keid 45 yearling steers at 4c jtnd foureat3 Jas. H. Boone democrats. has lost a number of sheep during the The Wisconsin soldiers who fell in last week by a disease which is entire- Porto lticoor Cuba will rest finally in him. G. C Givens sold to ly new-tThis' information, is Daniel Brown, of Maryville, Ma, a Wisconsin soiL conveyed by a telegram, from Got. jack for $275 and a stallion for 75. Sehoflield who is in'Washington, Interior Journal. f1 cotirt-inartia- l. R. Maries, Company C, has beun reiieved oc hi.s r :0d and his corps of surgeons and returned Sunday with Kentuckyhospital train from The governor, after a personal inspection of Camp Thomas, does not credit the many stories of ucglcct of soldiers at Caru; Thomas by their officers, and saya tuc situation there is found. more favorable than he expected to hui-ifor Uam:if., find it. Fifty-thre- e sick soldiers from LoiTisvn.I.K, Ky.. 7. Robert the. 2d Kentucky regiment, were Web'r has filed suit or 5,000 damages brought back on the hospital train. ii;. amst C. BarOeld for saying that he Tiie surgeons in charge of ths train was guilt of a murder wre very complimentary in talks conwhen he killed liiira Loesch several cerning btcrnbeiv and Leiter hos-- p .!-- i' . : lie v irl wa em do'ed at Zals, auu ay they think the e r O. night s.ie :. of thyhoiu in the cam.) is due to t e iM' of :i niiUe. f a lack of and failure to re,: u;., hy We er, i, move garbage iroui cam.) grounds. - .'. t. il l.uau'i it w as ..tfjui t. d at the j KILLING AT HARRODSBURG. Ciiicka-niaug" prev-a.enc...j;-: all ths pain andsicknessfrom which women suffer is caused! by weakness ort derangement in the organs of I OF LEXINGTON,' KY. m Over $115,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898: Name. Rev. W menstruation. always! when a woman is not well these organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick. Nearly J. H . Stauley, Lexington, Address. Ky Cost. 9,V) 9.50 Paid. 20.03 20.O". '.- M? ELREE'f rau .ar WINDOW CURTAINS. lie TIiiicm list Tlifne 'h::iie n Styles in Dress Some I'rcs-c- :i 1 1 Wi!I:rin Mnrnn, .1 it Do U A lSrotlirr-ii.-l.i- I'.irmer, Cut :uul Shor. Ji-.- . M. .Huborlf, a .f Jac Chin. S Is nature's provision for the regulation of the menstrual function. It cures all " female troubles." It Is equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wife with domestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the " Change of Life." They all need it. They ars all benefitted by it or--i- Ksmelen. dr-u- - j - ; !mSM 1TES.I d s, YV 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 these to have inside blinds. inside blinds have given place in manj country houses to the older fashion ot the graceful Yenetian shutters, which take the place of the shutter and the holland shade formerly considered necessary at every properly arrayed wipuow. Where the expense is not conawnings are sidered placed 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 thej- - are needed. The inside curtains of a summer room are quite generally limited tc the lower sash, where transparent curtains of some material are fulled Curtains that over the window. hang over the window and exclude the air when the window is open are not or anyused in summer sleeping-room- s where in summer, unless there is some arrangement by which they can be looped back to let in the air, The wire screen is used in kitchens and where uothing else will take its place, but ia not desirable in less utilitarian apartscreens successfully ments. 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 o'clock in the morning until after five o'clock in order to shut out the heated air. During the night as much air as possible should be admitted indoors, and no draperies should interfere with it. X. Y. Tribune. To-da- y g fr Spanish-America- n Eczema The Only Cure. I 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. The whole trouble is in the blood, and Swift's Specific is the only remedy d blood which can reach.such diseases. deep-seate- - . - . Eczema broke out on my daughter, and con tinned to Spread until her head "wa3 entirely covered. She was treated by several good doctors, but graw worse, and the dreadful disease spread to her face. She was taken to two celebrated health springs, but received no benefit. Many patent medicines were taken, but without result, until we decided to try 8. 8. S.,andby the time the first bottle was finished, her head began to heal. A dozen bottles cured her com- and left her Sletely sixteen yearsskin perfectlyasmooth. She i old, and has magnificent growth of hair. Not a sign of the dreadful disease has ever returned. H. T. SnoBK, 2701 Lucas Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Don't expect local applications ol c joeciflc soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They reach only the surface, while the disease comes from within. Swift'e Fcp-ple- is the 6aW cure and will reach the most obstinate cuse. It is far ahead of all similar remedies, because it cures coses which are bey ond their reach. S. 8. S. is purely vegetable, and is the only blood remedy guarxstteed to contain no potash, mercury orletker mineral. Books mallei fceby Swift Specific s.s.S.Blood 8 William For advice In cases reqtiMne spectil Morgan, a white farmer, aged about directions, address, eivinir symptoms, tiie "Ladles' Advisory Department," 45. was brought to town at G o'clock The Chattanooga Medicine Co., ChattaFriday morning with bullet and knife nooga, Term. woundion his rerson and saturated He stated, while lying bloo.i. with TH0S. J. COOPER, Tupelo, MIn., sayst upon Dr. Price's operating table, that "My sister suffered from very Irregular and painful menstruation and doctors M. Moberly, who is a brother-in-laJames could not relieve hsr. Wine of Cardul of Jack Chin, had shot and cut entirely cured her and also helped ray mother through the Change ot Life." him. The two men and their families, y connected, lived in the same house, but had not been on the best of terms of late. Morgan died at 11:30 o'clock. A WOMAN'S DISCOVERY. Two bullets entered his chest, and he has several knife cuts, one in the That a Well Kliutrn Kentucky abdomen, from which his bowels pro''.inner V:n Ilrateu to Death in The affray occurred in their truded. J..c.:sou County. Moberly has not been ardwelling. is expected he will come rested, but it niciiuoM), Ky., Sept C. Jackson in and surrender himself. countj- - parties arriving here Monday report that Tom Coyle, son of Hardin Found Unconscious on the Track. Coylc, a well known farmer of l!ig Pinkvii.le, Ky., Sept. 0. John Hen- Hill, this county, was met on the derson, claiming to bj from l'arkcrs-burg- , road near Clover Kottom Sunday by W. Va., was found lying across Tim Lakes, John and Moto Mize, the L. & N. railroad track unconscious who attacked Coyle with clubs and morning. He was placed in pistols and beat him to death Monday after a an upper room of the jail and given desperate fight Coyle's skull was stimulants. When he could talk he crushed and his body thrown "behind a said his wife was residing with her log, where it was found later by a parents at 151C West Grayson street, woman who saw the light from a disLouisville, Ky. He could not account tance. No arrests have been made. for his unconsciousness. Clover Hottom is 20 mi'iS south of here, away from telegraph or teleJumped From :i Moving Train. phone. LF.nANOX, Ky., Sept C. William a young man whose home is in Sold.rr'i Com! L: c'r. Illinois, near this city, leaped from Louisville, Ky., Sept 0. Charles train and Ogden, a member of the 12th New the window of a was badly bruised and hurt The man York infantry, rascd through this was dreaming, so he says, and imag- city Sunday night en ruta to Cincinined his horso, attached to a buggy, nati and the east with S'JJO in bills. was running off with him, and ho He attended the lluckingham theater leaped for his life. His injuries will and sat in the gallery. When he left not prove fatal, although he is serious- he missed his S'JOO, which was in a hip ly hurt pocket Monday he returned to the theater, visited the gallery and found Tottery Clny Discovered. TosirKixsvH.LE, Ky., STept.5. George his pocketbook, containing the money, Mite, of Putnam count, Tennessee, in the scat he had occupied. has discovered a quantity of clay suitGen. ltucll Convalescing-able for the best qnalitj of crockery RocKroiiT, Ky., Sept 2. The report ware near Gamalier, Monroa count. that Gen. Uuell is dying is untrue, as He has bought the land and is making he was out in his yacht Wednesday. preparations for the manufacture of His health has not been good for sevthe ware in the near future. eral weeks aud once or twice of late distressing symptoms have developed Kit Itouto to Lou'.svllle. but it is hoped Jie will soon entirely Lexington, Ky.; Sept. 6. The Ken- recover. This, hisnearest telegraph tucky ho.spital train from Newport office, is being flashed with solicitous ICews, with 44 sick Kentucky soldiers messages from all parts of the United on board, passed through here at I0v25 States following the reports of his Monday night for Louisville. Four desperate illness. were put off here, and the others live i li::c!celforilri Appointment. in western Kentucky. Louisville, Ky., Sept 3. Hon. Sam Taken to Louisville for J. Shackelford, of Owcnsboro, who Louisville, Ky., Sept 5. William was elected clerk of the court of apMiller, the Negro boy who is charged peals for Ken tncky last fall, will aswith criminally assaulting Mrs. Frank sume charge of the office next Monday. Lect, of Lagrange, was brought here Mr. Shackelford announces that he The would appoint Capt Havens, of Mt. Sunday night for Negro claims he is not guilty. Sterling; Hon. Gus Richardson, of Meade connty, and Hon. Hob Green, of To Take the Pasteur Treatment. Hi'ndekson, Ky., Sept 6. A sub- Franklin, as his deputies. scription of S300 is being taken up to , I.ijurcil by a Horse. send the three children bitten by the OWENEBOito, Ky.. Sept. 5. John dog that killed Policeman Satterfield's aged 7J, the wealthiest German child, to New York to take the Pasteur resident of the county and one of the treatment largest property holders in OwcnsA Huje Coffee Tot. boro, is in a critical condition at his Fort Thomas, Ky., Sept 5. The country home from injuries sustiined citizens' committee of the G. A. ft., of by a horse falling on him. Cincinnati, will establish headquarters rromluent MlnUter Expire. at Fort Thomas for the entertainment IIorKissviLLE, Ky., Sept 2. Ker. coffee-pwill James Lindsay, one of the most promof visitors. A be kept on the fire for the refreshment inent Baptist ministers' 'ia southern of old vets." Other refreshments will Kentucky, died at his home near Alle' be served, gro, aged 93. ITAnKorsiiVKG, Ky., Sept, w c'.o-el- Gib-Bo- n, g Climax PrlntingCo., Kiehmond, Ky J. II. Baker, Lexlngtog. Ky J. Baser, Lexington, Ky Newport News Syndicate, Newport News Va.. Newport News Syndicate. Newport News, Va.. Newport News Syndicate, Newport, News, Va . Newport Vews Syndicate, Newport News, Va.. M. J. Forston, l'arls, Ky Hattle Jacobs, Cincinnati, O Patrick and Mary Fox, Miijsville Ky K. L. Denhiml, Louisville. Ky C. D. Doll, Lonisville, Ky F. II, Norton. Lexington Ky F. II. Norton Lexlcgton, Ky Mm. A. T. Million, Richmon, Ky. F. II. Norton, Lexington, Ky Robert Hoeflich. Maysville, Ky Mrs. Emma L. Lntta, Lexington, Ky C. and Martha Dlggs, Lexington, Ky B. A. Spaujrler, Lonisville Ky Gladys HulTman, Butte Mont Howard Suepherd, Lexington Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky A. J. Winter-smith- , Paducah. Ky B. L. Eggleston. Lexingtin Ky Mary K. Fadden, LexIngton.Ky F. M. Drake. Grand Rapids, Mich Mrs. L. Z. Taylor, Richmond, Ky B. R. Gray, Newport .News. Va Mary A. Warren, Lexington. Ky Helen McElrath, Carrolton, Ky Otto E. Vollenweider. McArthar.O Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky Daniel Roone CInb, Richmond, Ky Newland Jones Richmond, Ky.. V. F. White Estate. Lexington, Ky Good it Co., Lexington, Ky W. F, White Estate, Lexington, Ky Anale P. Peay. Lexington Ky A. L. Marschall, Lexington, Ky V. D. Finch. Danville, Ky John L. Fischer, Louisville, Ky D B. Good. Lexington, Ky V. N. Gardner, Lexington, Ky Mrs.JenuIe Fesler. Cincinnati. O . Luke L Mihrard. Lexington, Ky Baptist Church, Paris, Ky It. F.Johnson it Co., Lexington, Ky R. F. Johnson, Baltimore, Md O.R.Marshall. Lexington, Ky W.C. Nichols, Louisville, Ky D. B. Good. Lexington, Ky W. B. Anderson and wife, Lexington, Ky. Rev.J V. Riley, Versailles, Ky F. H. Norton, Lexington. Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky Dr. S. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Ky Dr. S. A Donaldson. Lexington, Ky G. M. Asher. Lexington, Ky A. M. Newton, Lexington, Ky J. D. Purcell, Lexington, Ky Mrs. Sullie Owens, Lexington, Ky F. C. Smith, La Grange. Ky ValenteSentney, Lexington, Ky Mts.J. D. Armstrong, Lexington, Ky.... Total Profit Over Cost 10M 10.50 10X0 10.50 10.50 10-- 9.50 8 50 9.50 8,50 S.5o 9X0 9JM 8X0 9X0 8X0 8.50 7X0 7X0 7X0 8 50 8X0 8X0 8.50 8X0 8X0 7X0 7X0 6X0 6X0 . 22.25 22.25 22.25 23.25 22.25 20.05 17.4 20.CG 17AI 17 A t 20.06 20.0S 17.lt 20.CC 17.41 17.44 1500 15.00 15.00 17.41 17.44 17.44 17 41 17.44 17.41 15.00 15.00 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 6X0 6X0 CXO ' 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 55X0 50X0 50X0 46X0 45X0 19X0 49.50 49X0 48X0 4i!X0 44X0 47X0 41X0 41X0 4oX0 22.75 45X0 44.50 41X0 44X0 41X0 12X0 42 50 43X0 42X0 41X0 42X5 41X0 1257 12X7 144.00 114 00 144.00 ) 129.00 111.01 141.00 141.00 13S0O 132.(0 12t.C0 1S5.C0 117.00 117.W 122.C0 61 50 129.00 126.00 126 00 126.00 126.00 120X0 120.00 123.00 1C0.CO HX0 41.50 $1,668.25 $2,717.15 117.00 120.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 1,415.10 A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, For particulars call on J. C. Hemphill, local W. C. Slimer. apt, Lancaster, Ky. John Hoshal. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent enre of tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Cham- SLIMER & HOSHAL W n. berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is LIVE STOCK SALESMEN without an eqnal. It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantly anil UNION STOCK YARDS, its continued use effects a permanent - - CINCINNATI, O. cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and OUR COMMISSION CHARGES ARB $3.00 PER CAM FOR HOGS, $10. granulated lids. . PER CAR FOR CATTLE. Dr. Cady'g Condition Powders for Reference: Western German Bank, horses are the best tonic, blood purifier . Cincinnati.0 and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents- - Sold by VALUABLE Druggist, Lan caste R.E. McRoberts, - Garrarl FIRE ail- - LIFE SPRUNG-FIEL- Connty Earn fflSUMCE wi.l on the 10th DAY OF SEPTEXB nt 10 o'clock, a m. on the paemlses, sell pub licly to the highest and best bidder the (arm belonging to said .heirs, containing 141 acres. TERMS made known on day of sale. This form Is situated one and one-hamllea from Lancnter, Ky., on the Bnckeye tnrnpike, with eood dwelling and out honses. The farm Is In high, state 01 cultivation, all of it beta? in srass except 40 acres, it being In corn. This is one of the best watered farms In Garrard , county. J will tako pleasure in showirg any one over the place at any time before the date of tale. W. M. BROADDUS, FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF .NEW YORK. GO; Nei-ca- Robinson & Hamilton Office over Post Office. Msl LiA.hca.ster. : : : Kestucky Igt. TffS. BEAZ1.EY, " ot Bring us your Job Printing. r Teeth filled sad extracted with out pain. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. over T. 8. Elkin'a meat shop, lathe new Thostpsoa buildlDg. ID3ENTIST. 0e