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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 16, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898091601_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 16, 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. mm VOLUME JX. WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDBAM, PUBLISHED Cur. Public Square and Danville Avenue. Entered at the Pott Office in LaneatUr, Ky., at Second Clast Matter. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, Will lie Closed. Our store will be closed on Saturday, the 17th, and Monday, the 26thf (Court Day), on account of holidays. Our friends desiring to make purchases will please call befcrj these dates and greatlv oblige us. J. Jcs?ph. tf To AdvcrtUers. We positively can not change ads on 16. 1898. Col. W. S. Beazley yesterdny deliv- I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION tl.OOoer Year in Advance. Where is That Lady -- Old Friend Calls. Our sanctum was honored Saturday afternoon by a call from Editor James Maret, of the Mt Vernon. Signal. We used to know Jim in the good old days we both worked on the L. &. N He has made a mighty good paper of the Signal and we are glad to learn is raking in the shekles. as recently, sold Wagers, mention of which was made in The Record. Meeting at Hubble. Eld. George Gowen is conducting a meeting at Hubble. We understand he has large crowds and is awakening much interest in the church. G. S Gaines has sold to E I Hughes a fodder shradder, a machine recently invented which cuts the fodder into small bits for feed. The machine is pronounced a success. Tbe Royal is the highest grade baking powdar kaown. Actual teste show it goes ooe-tklfurther than any other braa4. With the Fat Boy and a Lean P,urse, or a Lean Boy and Fat Purse, or Any Kind of a Boy and any kind of a Purse, and Clothing to buy for the Boy? Bring your Boys to us, we will dress them up for school. Wednesday. All hands are at work setting on the paper Wednesdays, and to change an ad some one has to put in exira time after supper. There is too little money iu ads these days to justify extra work. The Loge Mnrrif Farm. The farm nor town belonging to T. L. and Nancy Harris, recently deceas.-efwas sold at auction Saturday, and purchased by Tram Conn, Sr. He paid 18.23 per acre for 157 acres belonging to T. L. Harris and S15.30 per acre for 70 acres belonging to Miss Uarrisr Personalty brought a fair price. Overcoats. BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS. Six to 16 years, double breasted coat, double seated short trousers, with knees made from the stoutest fabrics, imported and all wool, absolutely in fall and winter weights and Buiit for wearing and looking well, while they carry shadings. him through the scramble of schhol recess. ed 1, Deserved Promotion. The Interior Journal says it is proud of the record of its protege, II. Rowan Sauiley. "He entered Capt. Duncan's company as a private, was soon made sergeant, then promoted to sergeant major and yesterday, while he is here conyalescing; from a severe case of fever, he received h:s commission as second lieutenant of Co F., the Lebanon company. As the pay is S114 a month, it will be seen that Lt Saufley will get considerable money along with his honor and glory". Something New and Very Good. We have recently placed in our mil. one of the most complete Corn Cleaners that is made. It cleanses corn per.'ectly and makes the meal as pure as the cleanest flour. It first takes out, by separation over seives, all pieces of cobs, shuo'rs, rat filth etc., then it scours all impure smell from the corn. We also keep in stock graham 11 mr put up in 12 2 lb. sacks made of all the wheat and ground on Fjenc'a Burrh Mill Stones. We are now prepared to clean seed wheat at Sets per bushel. Baking POWDER Absolutgly Pure ROYAL BAKING POWDER Save You Something. We will order for patrons of this office any papar or magazine and save them money thereon. This favor will only be granted to patrons of The Record. The Brick Kiln. The Lancaster Brick Co., is making good progress with it's kilr. Eight regular hands are at work and Manager naralet Brown is moulding about ten thousand bricks a day. The company expects to have the kiln completed in thirty days. Good CO., NcW YOStlC PRICES, FROM $2 to $5. All I have the best line of satrples for Ready Made and '1 ailor Made overcoats at living prices. Young men under 35 breast measure, cau save money by calling to see me. Boy's c'o hing and Gent's Furnishing Goods at Philadelphia prices. Fit or no ppy. M. D. Hughes, Agent. fur Young- Davidson. say We heard a Lancaster lawyer Bob Davidson, who was licensed last are bargains and great Money Savers, of Boys Scoool Suits at $1.00 and $1.50. Also see our line ES for GIRLS BDYS and best selected line of girls and boys school shoes ever shown in this or any other Central Kentucky town at low prices. All goods warranted to give perfect We can undoubtedly show you the largest Limi l IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Circus next Tuesday. last issue, the judgment of one cent McSherry Disc VERY Drills BEST, and cost was given in favor of the Come in to the biff show Tuesday. pike company instead of plaintiff. Wanted! veal calves, II. I!. Northcott Xeir Kesidence. Dr. Walter Beazley is erecting a Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and be handsome residence on his lot opposite happy. Mrs. Price's on Danyille street It The elephant will be here next will be a model for looks and convenTuesday. ience. Ture Home-mad- e candies at Kandy Kitchen. C. Edmins-ton'- s Mule Cults Wanted. be in Lancaster on next SaturARE THE day, Sept 17, to buy two car .loads of Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs Cotton Mule Colts. Will receive and at J. A. Beazley & Co. pay for them there that day. Byrd L. Lewis. The best two horse(vvagon on the market at G. S. Gaines'. y- Snle of Bunk Stock. . Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer The 15 shares of stock owned in the the Proctor Knott cigar. National Bank of Lancaster, by Dr. M. D. Logan, dee'd., will be sold at Read what advertisers have to say Danville next Monday, the 19th. be ore buyiug your fall goods. A. E. Loga', Ex'r. Col. W.G.Welch. W. I. Williams See the ad. of J. C. Robinson in Stanford. Lost. Lancaster. another column of The Record. Between Lancaster and. Paint Lick, Lot of largre sizj dry poods boxes for gold handle pocket knife, in leather case. "II. N. Beard" engraved on hanWELCH WILLIAMS sale. The Logan Dry Goods Co. dle. Liberal reward for return to this I would like to do your plain sew- office or R. Kinnaird. Knife was lost ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. about first of this month. sep Law, For Sale. Fine Pictures. Three, shorthorn bull calves about A Record man was shown a number ueo. w. iiivans. Ky. one vear.olu. of pen and ink reproductions of Gibec J. B. Jennings line of samples son's drawings, the work of Miss Bet-ti- e AH business attended to prompt! Anderson. These drawings are all before you have your fall suit made, : the rage now days. Miss Anderson -- 4A fit guaranteed. will sell a few of them. The Stanford Journal says Sept 30 Took Their "Wad. and Oct 1, have been selected for the A gang of Cincinnati days for holding the colored fair there. went through the Lexington camp The night train killed a horse near just after the boys received their pay. a he railroad They did not leave the boys with Saturday. the depot track is a mighty poor place to past- enough money to stop a cracker ure stock. wagon. In order to make roam for Xraas Effff In An 15gc goods we will sell belts and shirt Mr. James Collier showed us a hen waist sets afrvtess than cost J. C. egg in which there is another egg Thompson.S with shell and all completely formed. & BAU&HMAN. BEAZLE Y Will pny 10c for fresh, eggs; 5c for It was turned over to Bob Henry, o' hens, spring chix Gc for large, 7c for this office who delights in showing it FUNERAL DIRECTORS, to his friends. Call early and avoid small; young dux 4c, old Be. geese the rush. to 30a II. B. Northcott I will litiena Vista. The Teacheis Association will commence September 24. at the Brick church. All are cordially invited to BUKXAII & RUCKER. 3t come and bring their baskets. The programme is interesting, consisting Fall Announcement. os music, recitations and papers. D. The old reliable firm of Wanamaker D. Ely, of Danville has promised to be present and give a talk. Amanda An- & Brown have put out their all wool, samp'es and defy competition in derson, Vice President. prices and quality. I also have samGraded School Opens. Tailoring ples from Desbecker-Bloc- k The Lancaster Graded School began Company, of Buffalo, New York, and its fourth session Monday morning. Howard Tailoring Companj, of ChicaThere were msre than 150 pupils en- go. They have new and exclusive rolled and more arc to come in. Prof. styles for fiue Tailoring, the latest Patterson will be assisted by Prof. and most approved designs and weaves Postle, Misses Shumate, Murphy, West in Woolens, and guarantee perfect and Royston. The school is in good satisfaction in fits trimming and shape and everything points to a suc- Workmanship. Come and get prices cessful year. and examine goods. M. D. nuaiiES, Agt Biiug Us One, Jim. Mr. James Stultz, of Garrrard counThat Mcrltt IJIble ty, was here Saturday, sa3's the The "In and About Kentucky" man Sayings, and presented to in the Courier Journal pokes fun a' his friend, Mr. George W. Robards, a our reference to Merritt's bible as bewatermelon. This melon is ing 503 years old, and proceeds to tell Klondike as yellow as the gold of that the people that movable types were region, thj meat is red, more solid not in existence that far back. Now than that of an ordinary fruit of the if our friend is so well up on types it vine, yet withal juicy and delicious. seem3 that he ought to know that The seed of this melon cost Mr. Stulz they frequently get mixed in the cjses 1.50 an ounce. and errors will creep in, no matter how particular one read, his proof. As First Class. When in D.mville, call at the Parlor to the bible, one of any kind or any Restaurant, opposite the Gilcher Ho- date would doubtless ba a great curs meil. Mr. iosity to the In and About man. We tel, ai:d get a Rice, the proprietor, looks after the meant to say the Merritt book was one personally and every hundred years old. establishment bjdy is more than satisfied with the Pay It Cheei fully. commodations. For a STiall ' sum you Some folks kick on pa3'ing the d can get a regular meal and have every School tax because they have no thing the market affords. Don't fo.- get this next time you visit our neigh children attending the institution. This does not show much publ:e boring citr. The school is the best i:ist Prices and Ouallty. tution the town ever had, and becausr I have 1,000 samples for Fall an a few people don't care to p y a doll r Winter S sits, which are off re at the or so tax will not break it up, you may very lowest prices. I make small rest assured. People ought to be glad profits in order to sell. Tailor made they have any of this world's eocdi to suits as low as S11.25, up to g."0. pay tax on. If we were lucky enough all wool suits from to have a small fortune, you can bet Come and test the goods your bottom dollar we would be will 7.50 to SIS. and compare prices and qualities, and ing to pay tax on it. If anyone is you will buy. Thanking my old cus- overburdened by taxes, we will gjadly tomers, I invite everybody to come to aceept their property and keep the tax paid. come to see me before buying. M. D. Hughes, Agent House for d first-clasGre-despV.t-edness. -1 1 Ready-to-we- week to practice law, stood the finest examination he ever heard. As the lawyer in question is not given to feeding taffy, this is a great CDmpliment to Bob. Much Wheat. Mexican Veterans Kncamnment Harrcds-bur- g, Wednesday, II. A. B. Marksbury Ky. bought fifteen thousand bushels of Tickets for sale via Queen and Cres- wheat from parties in Upper Garrard cent Rout, from all points in Ken- at different prices. He has bought tucky, at one and one-thir- d fare for about forty thousahd in the last few the court's order for a vote on thd turupilce bond question. AVe understand some parties say they will voto against the bonds because they live on pikes which are not free. 'I hey should remember that i: the bonds carry the court can then institute condemnation proceedings against any pike which refuses to sell and foree such company to give it up. Such proceedings cannot be had now, because the county has not the m ney to pay for the roads. Property cann t bs comdemn-e- d unless the county his the money with which to pay for it el the round t'ip to Harrodsburg, for the lavs. meeting of September 20th. Ask TickIncomparable Service. et Agents for full particulars. The Queen &. Cresc nt tr:insare the To Young Mm. finest trains run in the State of KenRev. Henry FaulcDner will preach to tucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati conyojng men at the Presbyterian church Sunday night, 7:15 o'clock. It is not nect with the main highways of the his regular time to preach, but Eld. Great Trunk line3 of the. North, West and East Gowen is engaged at Hubble. Mr. to Tlrs is the line Faulconer requests us to say he wants Washington, New York, Boston 'and wants everybody, young and old, to the East come to this meeting. The Queen & Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati. Attorney at Law. Mr. Homer W. Batson, of this citv, S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. was examined for law license in the Y. G. Morgan, D.P.A., Lexington, Ky. Boyle circuit court this week and came A recent treasury decision makes all home with his sheepskin. Homer is a come under the hard student and one of the few who horse race meetings special S100 tax which is levied upon will not lay aside his looks and know and other exhibi it all as soon as his license is granted, 'Jrousei, theatres tions, for the purpose of raising. lie's a clever young gcutleman and we South American buyers took 95 per for him a liberal share of cant of all the Shorthorns exported practice. from England last year, but the presOrder of Klectlon. ent season has witnessed a renewal of Elsewhere in The Record is publish- - shipments to the United States. 3n various lines are vadng us from all tf?e Kent. SEE SAMPLE. J. R. Haselden, HARDWARE STORE. I Attorneys at Lancaster ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furnitures Carpets, &c. Lancaster, Ky. - e The Cottage just insi-lthe on Stanford pike, occupied by W. McC. Johnston, will be for rent by or before the last of September. It has three nice rooms, large 'kitchen, two porches, splendid cistern water right in the porch, large yard, splendid garden, good stable and buggy house, large lot, and is every way a desirable residence. 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 interment. children for nothing, would do well to , The New Lock. examine this place. Ihe contract for another.lock on the Kentuckj river has been let, and when W.For information call on, or address McC. Johnston or W. J. Romans. completed will make that river navigable for a distance of eleven miles above the point It will be known as. The Second at Lexington. Lock No 8, and is situated at Camp A'ter many delays, the Second RegNelson, in Garrard county. It is about twenty-tw- o miles above High Bridge. iment has, at last reached Lexington The work on Lock No. 8, will not be and is now quartered at Camp Hamilcompleted before June 1809. The con ton. Colonel Gaither brought about tract was awarded to Thomas Sheri 1,100 men, all of whom are ready for dan, of Buff ilo, W. Va ,the price being duty. Five sick men were left at the 183,000. The lockkeeper's house is Leither hospital. All of the convas-cent- s have been furloughed during already being put up, and the work will be begun at once. The lock will the past week, the total number be2G0. ing The regiment was not be of stone and fifty-twfeet in width. paidabout at.Chickimauga, as expected, but the men will be paid at Lexington. A School Teachers aud Newspapers. A county superintendent in a neigh dispatch says while the boys look a litboring county asked every teacher at tle worse for wear, they are as hearty the institute who took their local or and sturdy a lot of soldiers as ever county paper to hold up their hands, seen by even the oldest inhabitants. and out of about a hundred, only six They are soldiers, every one of them, responded. The superintendent ex- and should they have had a chance to pressed great surprise and said: "You tackle the Spaniards, it is safe to say Another Circus. don't spend a dollar a year with those Spain would have been compelled to Seed Wheat, Shows have papers, yet you expect them to print go out of the country to get more reHarris' big Nickle-Plat- e We have some splendid seed wheat cruits. for sale. It has been screened clean, billed the town and surrounding coun- free of charge, notices of all institutes, try for a performance here next Tues- insert long programs, and expect them Later. A dispatch says, the regiand uniform grain, call and see, us.day, the 23th. The show has been to advertise you, thas assisting you to ment will be paid off and mustered H. A. H. Mahksbuuy. greatly strengthened since it's appear- climbu.the ladder to better places and out at once, as all. the officers are ready Curt lie fore the Horse. ance here last, and a fine 'program is be tier" salaries without a cent's post- to quit, there being no prospect of "' age in return. their being .needed. ... , In the Joe Francis case, mentioned promised. toll-gatx lC-sep-a-to : "r-E- x. Pleas llurnside Dead. Pleas Burn'side, of color, who once resided in Lancaster, dropped dead at Lexington .Friday morning. Pleas was a painter and lived here nearly all his life He cnjoj'ed a good reputation aud was a goo.l citizen, ne moved to Lexington several years ago and soon built up a paying business. He had just returned from the G. A. R. and was taking off his shoes when heart trouble got in it's work and he fell to the floor dead. The re mains were brought to Lancaster for Centres of 5ason many IDe are alreaby sfyotPtncj 2Toelties in Fall T)vess ' Goods in tl?e 5abrtcs ancf 5I?abes ipf?icl? trail be rei7 popular tfyts season. Our Euzive Fall ' IlTirLzev Szock in all lines tpill be complete, anb tpe as a careful inspection of our Splenbib anb arcje stoc of ZHer- cfyanbisz. ...... The Lopn Dry Goods Co. CENTRAL RECORD ;eveet week by Z.OUIS LASDRAM. Publisher. tires to look after business of a private TOISONED FAMILY BETTER. d nature. Col. Smith is a man the placi and will tike great Alt Hut Four nf Those Made Jit at KlltT for pride in keeping the state troop3 up to both. own Improved Four Com pletely Kecovered. a high standard. well-fitte- fQEL SISTERS, Successors to JIrs. Doody Iardeji Don't Miss the Opportunity?! Never in the history of our business have we experienced such a rush for bargains. Now look at this list of goods below which wc offer you all at 1.00 for the following days only. The organization of the volunteer army furnished a golden opportunity politicians to reward friends. (1.00 for One Ytab, in advance 60 5 8ix months. " had ... . 2S Those fellows who and baen promised " Three " failed to get government jibs them were tendirly tucked away into FRIDAY, September, 1C 1898. an army job. It furnished an excellent chance to "reward" the faithful. This was goo.l for those receiving the The president has urged the follow- appointments but hell on the.poor soling' named gentlemen among' others to diers over whom they were placed. accept places on the committee to The number of mushroom lodges in the conduct of the war: Lieut. Gen. John M. Schofield, General existence is simply enormous, and Tohn K. Gordon, Gen. Grenville M. they are on the increase. We see Dodge, President D. C. Gilman, Gen. where the supreme lodge of "Mules" Chas. P. Henderson, Hon. Robert T. met at Grayson last week. It goes Lincoln, Eon. Daniel S. Lamont, Dr. without saying that the members are XV. W. Keene, CoL James A. Sexton. It all sons of politicians. would have been difficult for the president to hare selected nine men more One of the greatest frauds of the favorably known to the American "Immunes." So war is the sol and vet equipped perfectly for the many of the alleged disease-proo- f work they would be called upon toper-for- diers have been stricken with fever Lieut. Gen. Shofield was Gen. that a regiment of regulars had to tiles' predecessor as commanding gen- take their places at Santiago. eral of the United States army and has held the unlimited confidence of all SPINKS' BODY FOUND. the presidents of the United States bince Graut without regard to politi- Tbe Wealthy Coal Merchant' Hotly Caught in tbe Itlvcr With a Grappling Hook cal adherence. Gen. Gordon had about Manner of Ilia Death Explained. the same experience in the confederate army as Gen. Schofield on the 14. The body northern side, and, in addition, he has NEwroirr, K3-- fcept wealthy Newrepresinted the state of Georgia for of Charles Spinks, the was recovered two terms in the United States senate, port coal merchant, and, retired in the face of a popular from the Ohio river at the foot of York street at S:45 o'cloek Wednesday morn1 he other demand for his geLtlemen named are almost as widely ing by Wm. Uotts, a coal dealer. The deplorable accident that befell Mr. known as Gens. Schofield and Gordon, Spinks Tuesday has cast a shadow of smd their honesty and integrity are ijloom all over the city of Newport, as he above reproach. It is greatly regretwas one of the leading spirits in everyted that some of these men, especially thing of public interest in the city and Gen. Gordon, have declined to act, for his deeds of charity would male? up a had they served, the people would have long list It has been ascertained that been given a straight and true account the accident occurred while Mr. Spinks of the condition of the troops and the was attempting to step from a loaded blame placed where it belonged. A coal barge to an empty one in order to board composed of such men would get doing this he was to the not have used their offices for political obliged to shore. aInladder, which slipclimb purposes, as it seems all others are do ped and precipitated him into the waing these days. ter below and before the accident had been noticed he drowned. Many people believe the war is not Mr. Spinks was worth S"00,000 and over and that much more trouble will leaves S150.00D in life insurance to his yet arise. In an interview with the son, Harry. The insurance was a joint correspondent of the Louisville Dis one between the father and son, being patch at Decatur, Ala., Gen. Joseph paid for out of the funds of the firm, "Wheeler said that he does not believe and from which one or the other would the war is over. This belief is based benefit, according to which died first on statements made to Gen. Wheeler FOURTH KENTUCKY. by President McKinley. According to Gen. Wheeler, the President has no The Itegitnent Left Camp Hamilton Wedfaith in the peace negotiations. lie nesday for Anulston, Ala , Where expects the Spaniards to raise the They Will Go Into Cauip. question that the capture of Manila followed the signing of the protocol, Lkxixgton, Ky., Sept 14. Fourth and on this ground refuse to yield the Kentucky left Camp Hamilton WedPhilippines. On this point the Presi nesday for Anniston, Ala., to go into dent expects the peace commissioners camp, and the Minnesota left for to fail to agree. 1 his view of the sit- New Ulm, Minn., to be mustered out. uation is strengthened by the recent The Third Mississippi has arrived d cisioa to send the Oregon and Iowa from Jackson, Miss., and the 2d Kento the Orient, and the recently ex tucky from Chickamauga, the last pressed fear that the danger is not named to be mustered out. Secretary over. Alger will visit the camp Friday and a review of the troops will be held. The dispatches say Rear Admiral for winter quarters will be Dewey considers the situation at Ma needed. There have been no deaths nila critical. It is said he has asked since Sunday. The health of the men for a battleship and another cruiser. is improving steadily. Aguinaldo declines to commit himself Site far the school for Reform, as to his future policy. He considers Fkaxkfokt, Ky.. Sept 14. The America's mission ended, and expects tchools of reform for the correcthe United States to finally abandon Manila and Cavite, which are the only tion of juvenile criminals are to be lofarm on parts of Luzon not held bv the insurer cated on a beautiful ents. If an outbreak occurs, Dewey the Glendulc pike, in the county of will again cut the cables and go to Fayette, within four miles of the work. The people should be thankful blue grass eapiioL This spot was dethat it is Dewey in command of affairs cided on at a meeting of the comover there. He is by far the most lev- mission held here Tuesday afternoon, man in the navy, and what and approved by Gov. ISradley, who The erection of the lie does can be counted upon as being was present buildings, for the location of which exactly right and proper. the county of Fayette is to pay $S,000 and the city of Lexington So, 000, will Aftek several days of delay, th; be begun within 30 days. Second Kentucky regiment left Chick N.w Capitol ltuildins. amauga Park Monday evening for Frankfort, Ky., Sept 14. The KenLexington, where the men will be paid Daughters of the Ameroff and furloughcd for thirty days tucky society, prior to being mustered out of the ser ican Revolution, have decided to make to get the next legislavice The regiment is in good health a strong effort ture to make an appropriation for d and has 1,100 men. This buildings here. The regiment has certainly been in a hard aew state capitol small towns row of stump;, and the war depart various branches in the organize for this purment has evidently had it in for the of the state will candidates for boys. If given it's dues, the Second is pose, and prospective legislature will have to declare for the best of the Kentucky reiriments theagainst the appropriation. both in drill and men, but a screw has Dr Nurses Desert the Hospital. been loose somewhere which kept the Lexington, Ky., Sept 14. Thirty-thre- e boys back. nurses deserted from Division The War Department has issued an hospital Monday night and failed to order calling for the names of 6uch of report Tuesday morning. They were' fleers in the regular and volunteer ar privates detailed from various regimy service as may be considered by ments and they went back to their their commanding officers to be enti- regiments. They will be put under l. tled to brevet commissions "for distin arrest as deserters and tried by guished conduct and public service in Want to Get Out oTThe Service. the presence of the enemy". It's tough on the officers that Frankfort, Kj, Sept 14. Gov. those words, "in the presence of the Bradley is receiving hundreds of letenemy," were added. If this part of ters daily from privates in the 3d Kenthe order is adhered to it will blast the tucky regiment, stationed at Lexinghopes of the many who went in to get ton, praying that he intercede to get a handle put on their name. "We will them out of the service at once. They wager a new hat that that clause is charge that the officers only want to eventually stricken out It is not stay in for the large salaries that they receive. what the politician soldiers want peo-p"., th Uar-racnew-stat200-acable-bodiecourt-martian LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Elizaretiitown, Ky.. "Sept. 9. The Riiil family aud their visitors", Mrs. D. Rieharuson and Mrs. E. Roberts, who were poisoned Tuesday, are much better." Of the eight who were four have recovered completely, but Mrs. D. Richardson and Mrs. E. Roberts, of Ekron, Meade county, Kentucky, and Miss Bertha Reid and Robert Reid, son of Mr. James Keid, are still eon fined to their beds. The doctors say that the patients showed conclusive evidence of arsenical poisoning, and Jas. Reid's case was one of verdigris poisoning, l'arts of each dish of the foo.l had at Wednesday's dinner will be analyzed. pois-cne- d, v tn. -- - We are now in the City buying Fall and Winter Millinery. Our goods will begin to amve Monday and by Wednesday. September, 21st we will have ready for inspection, one of the largest and most complete lines of Millinery ever brought to the Lancaster market. A cordial invitation to all. Thursday, Friday, Saturdy, Sept,15,16i 17. 1 2 1 1 1 lb. Special Roasted Coffoe lb. finest Granulated Snar at 2c lb. bul: Soda worth 5j good 15 DEADLY DUEL Two Kentucky Fanillle F.n;age in a Cod-Two Dead aud cl, Near Erlan-;eTwo Mortally Wounded. 0 It ce Meet 11; at Lexington. Lexington, Ky., Sept 13. The military feature of the race meeting, which will begin at the old Kentucky association track Septero'r 1'J and continue ten daj-s- , promises to be very inManager Davidson sa3s teresting. Gen. Sanger has agreed to allow a regiment of soldiers stationed here to give a dress parade every afternoon, and regimental bands will furnish inuic. CoL Jack Chinn will do the starting. There will be S00 horses on the grounds. Davidson said he did not Whitney is after believe the Kentucky association grounds. Gi.v. Itrr.tl ry Will I: spiel Hospital'. 10. Frankfort, Ky., Sept Gov. I'.rad-le- y left Friday morning for to make a thorough inspection of the state regimental hospitals there. It is reported here that typoid fever is epidemic in Lexington, and that outside of the soldier camps there are over 100 ensis. If this is found to be true it is lilieU that thousands of soldiers will be immediately moved to new camps. As-'- t Adj't Gen. Forrester left here Friday morning for Philadelphia to bring home a number of sick Kentucky soldiers. Dave Clark Tardoned. Lexington, Ky., Sept 13. Dave Clark, the fcegro pardoned out of the penitentiary, is the man who killed Police Officer William Weatherford, of this city, while in the discharge of his duty about four years a?o. It was considered a bad case and the jury .en. Clay D'vorcd. Bent Clark to prison for 11 years. Some Richmond, Ky., Sept. 10. In a lengthy of the jurymen were for hanging the Negro and the verdict was a com- decision rendered Friday morning promise. He has served not more than Judge Seott granted Uen. Cassius M. Clay an absolute divorce from his wife, three years of the term. Dora Cay. The defendant is restored Hanks Will Not Consolidate. to her maiden name, Dora Richardson. Ky., Sept 13. The pro- The papers in the case wvre withOwENsnor.o, posed consolidation of the Deposit drawn by the gen iv.l'.s attorney imbank and the Owensboro national is mediately after the decision was renannounced by the officers of these in- dered, and the full text of the judgstitutions to have fallen through. ment could not be gotten. Bank Examiner Escott was here the Marsh for Appellate Judge. pant week, but the differences that CAJiriiELLSViLi.E, Ky., Sept 12. A have arisen arc said to be due to dissatisfaction of certain stockholders convention of the populists of the district was held over the terms of consolidation, and Third appellate not to anything connected with the here. There were few delegates and W. P. Marsh was no enthusiasm. sxaminer'o visit. nominated. He did not accept, but Colored Fair at Ltxlnston. will hold the matter under adviseLexington, Ky., Sept. 13. This will ment The convention was secret be a gala week in Lexington, as the Most of the evening was consumed by :olored fair takes place here, beginDceches from Marsh and Jo Parker. ning Tuesday. The colored regiment N cliolasville'it Centennial. which will arrive Tuesday will be the Ky., XicrioLAaVlLLK, Sept 10. guest of the fair association, and will parade and take part in the gayties. tueholasville will celebrate its 100th There will be trotting races every af- anniversary on September 10. Elabternoon. The largest crowd of colored orate arrangements are being made for the occasion. The Commercial people ever seen in Lexington is exclub, of Louisville, will join in and a pected. special train will bring a large delegaBlock of ISuildlngs at Princeton Iturncd. tion from that citjr. Col. Bennett IL Ky.. Sept. 12. The block Younsr will be orator of the dav. Princeton. of bu.ldingson Main street here known as Bank hotel, were destro3ed by fire cures CUBAN midnight Saturday night, entailing a Pl;1Hf vl V Cuts, Burns, OIL RheuIII III Bruises, total loss of about So0,000. Four busimatism and Sores. Price, 25 cents ness houses on the firt floor, besides the hotel property, were destroyed; Cash Bros', grocery, Abstract Co., Fred Hippie's saloon, A. E. Sabrle, tailor. The insurance is about of the loss. three-fourt- Eklanokr, Ky., Sept 12. A fatal ohooting affraj-- , in which two" men were instantly killed und two others were fatally wounded and may die at any moment, took place Sunday near nere. The trouble grew out of ill feeling of lcng standing, but was by a rivalry intensified for a prize at the Florence fair. The jarticipants in the terrible affair were Joseph and Ben Michaels, brothers, on one side, and William and Henry Watbon and their hired man, Jones McCoy, on the other. As a result of the meeting Joe Michaels and Jones McCoy are dead and l he other two at midnight were not expected to recover. No nrrets were made up to midnight n r had the coroner made his report. Drlirrrrd Himself Up. Pinevili.e, ICy., Sept. 10. The jailer was aroused here Thursday night about midnight by John S. Turner, who had ridden all the way from Middlesboro on horseback to surrender on a charge of shooting Frank Ball and a mau named Kirkpatriek at Middles-bor- a lie taid he wanted to surrender and be placed in custody of the jail. He was placed in jail to await an examining trial. Turner is a member of the old Turner feud, which waged ago in Middlesboro. several lie shot and killed Green Turner not long SICK OR WELL, A RUSH since in a blind tiger near that place, was acquitted of the eharge. NIGHT AND DAY. but The Amorican Horse Breeder, says "The breeding of trotting stock is surely as comfortable pastime as dig' ging for gold in the Klondike, and it is about as likely to yield profitable C5 returns in the near future." 10 13 To Visit the Schools. 07 Miss Elisa Lusk, county superinten- 01 dant, will during the month of SepSL00 tember, visit the schools in the caunty. Ncne of the articles named above will be sold separately at these 4 prices. As this will take up so much time she casn, lours ior will only be at her office on Saturdays and court day during the month tf It is about time to tar the noses of the sheep to keep away the fly and prevent the trouble known as grub in the head, caused by the larva of that same troublesome fly, which deposits its egg in the nostril. With a large flock we found no better way of put ting on the tar than to spread it on a PREACHERSV1LLE. "Silver Plate that Wears:1 boarh or in a shallow trough, and then sprinkle salt over it, having kept the Mrs. John Binghamton is on the sl.eap without salt, for a week to be sick list. sure that they will try to get it. They Corn cutting is the chief occupation will tar their own noses well, and if pure pine tar is used they cannot, or of the people this week. Rev. Lambert will preich at the certainly will not, swallow enough to do them any injury. Americun Culti Methodist church here Sunday. vator. J. F. Payne traded his nice harness No. DISH. horse and got some 11 to boot. handsome article Rev. F. B. Jones is attending the A annual Conference at Flemingsburcr, and just as practical this week. handsFort Cook sold a mule colt Monday, for 45; also John Sutton sold one for 4 2 I- can Langdoa's fine Baking Powde lb. pure Peppar 1 sac fine Table Salt worth 5c lb. beit Mixed and Green Tea 2 boxes of good Matches (400) 1 lb. best lump Starch 3 bars of best Laundry Soap 1 battle Lanjjdon's Fine Extracts gallon good Vinesar I- - 2 gallon Caramel Syrup (very tine) 2 lbs Pure Leaf Lard worth 15c I - 2 bushel Basket 2 room 05 04 03 09 04 10 03 15 02 04 05 BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. EPH. P. BROWN, Mgr. CRITICAL TIME A and, During the Battle of Santiago. S42 53. useiul as it is ome. Whether it is The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes. Their Heroic Effects in Getting Ammunition and Rations to the Front Saved the day. No. 3 writing from Santiago, De Cuba, cn July 23d, says: "We all had diarrhoea P. pack-trai- n E. Butler, of in more or less violent form, and when we landed we had no time to see a doc. tor. for it was a case of ruse and rush night and day to keep the troops sup plied witn ammunition and rations, but thanks to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able to keep at work and keep our healtn; in tact, i sincerely believe that at one critical time this medicine was the indirect saviour of our army, for if the packers had been unable to work there would have been no way of getting supplies to the front There were no roads that a wagon train could use. My comrade and myself had the good fortune to lay in a sup- Ely of this medicine for our pack-traiwe left Tampa, and I know in four cases it absolutely saved life. The above letter was written to the manufactures of this medicine, the Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, Iowa. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. n James Thompson bought of Will Richurdson 25 barrels of corn delivered for SLO0 per barrel. V. .11. Cummins, James L. Anderson, J. F. Holtzclaw, Sol Rigsby, Tommie Dishon, J. L. Hutchins and W. C. Cummins, made a Hying trip to Cincinnati last week. Mr. Maret, the Mt. Vernon Signal man, was here Saturday, on business. John Carpenter and family, from Kan sas, is here visiting W. H. Cummins and family this week. Miss Waidie Thompson, who has been spending some time in the mountains for her health, has returned home. Mrs. J. C. Fox who has been very sick at Crab Orchard, is some better. Mrs. Men! fee and children, of Kansas, are visit ing at her fathers, J. F. Pettus, and will remain for some time. Sergeant Joe Pettus, of Chickamauga, U at home on a furlough for a few days. Coins Down Hill People suffering from Kidney Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality. They should lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure, a Guaranteed Preparation. used serve plain baked beans to or the most dainty dessert, it recommends itself to every housekeeper as most desirable. Every- thing else in "Silver Plate that Wears" you can possibly want, including knives, forks, spoons, etc J. 0. THOMPSON T S. BEAZLEY, IDE3STTIST. lm Teeth filled and extracted with oat pain. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. Office overT. S. Elklu's meat shop, In the new Thompson huildiog. Trained Nurses. Tho service of Nurses who have graduated from the Louisville Training School can be secured at the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary of Richmond, Ky,; price $15 per week, except in contagions cases, for whleh $20 is charged Application for nurses should be made to the Superintendent of Infirmary. Be on the Safe Side and Coming Soon. Coming Sure. World-Famo- us Insure your Tobacco, Office, National Bank. Insane From K tuornc. Ky., Sept 10. Remorse over having killed in a man who attacked him in his store several yiars ago has caused Mike Louisville, W. H. Harris' Nickle-Plat- e R. KINNIARD. Jno. B.St Ilutti, a once prosperous grocer, to become insane. He was ordered committed to the asylum. 'He was aquit-te- d of all blame in the matter, but never ceased to brood over it Shot His 13. For alleged mistreatment of his daughter by Hiram Perham, her husband, Dr. Sullinger shot young Perham in tho left side with a shotgun. Perham will recover. Died in l'orto 11 en. Louisville, Ky., Sept 13. Advices from Porto Rico say that Private Richard Clore, of Brownsboro, Ky., a member of the 1st Kentucky volunteers, died in the hospital at Mayngucz August 9, of typhoid fever. -- Shows. Stupendously reinforced with the famous xooooeooeooooooooooooo E. out. 5 W. Lillard. Versailles. Ky., Sept YAMAMOTO TROUPE of ROYAL YEDDO Japanese. Lillavd & & IOVLZ, ails! MsiMiMz Paints, Oils, Etc. :- rafill Haps Stationery, ORGANIZED 1883. eading)ruggists. -: DAIWH.X.E, KENTUCKY. tub L CAPITAL $200,000.00 ) ) Her Skull AVas Fractured. Tiie reports from various camps as to the treatment of volunteers are ap palling. It is hard to believe some of the statements made by witnesses examined, so brutal do they show up those in charge. The president has ordered a strict investigation and promises to make it hot for those responsible, but as they are all politicians it is safe to say no one will ever be punished. This war has clearly dem onstrated the fact that inexperienced men should not be placed in the army. only as privates or cooks. Collier has resigned as adjutant general of the Kentucky Gen'. D.,R. State Guards and CoL Wiiber R. Smith has been appointed to fill the vacancy. Gen. Collier has had many knotty problems to deal with since taking the office, but his work has given general satisfaction to all concerned. He re Louisville, Ky., Sept 14. An attempt to step from a moving trolley Dead at the Age or 104. car caused Mrs. David Schneider to Richmond, Ky., Sept. 10. Thomas meet with fatal injuries on Twenty-eight- h street and Greenwood avenue. Johnson, whom records show to have been 104 years old, and who was perHer skull was fractured. haps tho oldest man in Kentucky, died Salt Against Magoffin County. at his home near Frankfort, Ky., Sept 14. Milburn Friday morning county, leaving nuDoylesville, this & Son filed suit in the federal court He had been blind Tuesday against Magoffin county for merous posterity. 20 years invalid for 7,500. The firm had the contract for and an building the Magoffin county courtKentucky Post Offlca Discontinued. house. Washington, Sept 9. The post of On Trial for Murder. fice at Bigrock, Harlan county, Ky., Lexington, Ky., Sept. 14. Lucien has been discontinued; mail to Harlan. Boon is on trial here for the murder of "Shad" Taylor, his brother-in-laGave Himself Up. at Athens, this county, last winter. The Pineviixe, Ky., Sept 10. John S. trial consumed the entire dar. Turner rode from Middlesboro on horseback and gave himself up here on the charge of shooting Frank Ball and I HiniVl 9 sia, Constipation and Indi- EirkpatrickV He had quarreled with gestion. Regulates theLiver. Price, 25 lets. J and killed Green Tamer. Father and Daughter Seriously liurned. Lebanon, Ky., Sept 13. Mr. B. reter.-oa prominent former of this county, and his daughter Bessie were seriously burned at their home, near here, by flames caused by an explosion of a lamp. n, 5boo OOOOOOOOO6OOOOOOO0OO( niTMS ESK THE MOST EXPENSIVE FEATURE WITH ANY SHOW IN AMERICA thTkWaU Ewus HKKEl HATE Hfe Bg Seta rW ftsaiwfrTwi A NATIONAL BANK, U OF LANCASTER. EY. MM will exhibit at -- Capital, Surplus Fuad $100,000 15,000 Ml r 3TTDPI l!J -- OF Lancaster, Tuesday, Sept. 20, the largest Elephant on earth, and her little baby BUSINESS SOLICITED. LANCASTER, KY. President A. R. Denny, President. Jno. E. Stormxs, Vice President. Wm. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. Oarefal and Prompt Attatlon Guaranteed J. M. Hiqginbothax Lxwia Y. Lxavzll B. F. Hodsoh W. O. Biqnxy ray Barn The Largest den of Performing Lions in the World. Cashier Assistant Cash'r BooUceepc- DIBKCTOB8: CD. Walkkx 8.C.DINNT, Assistant Cash'r. &. T. Embby J.F.RoBiy ' Bq xht Ass't NEW ACTS. Two Performances Daily, NEW NOVELTIES. and 8 p. in. Doors open One Hour earlier. 2 at J. X. HlaOIUBOTHAM, J. 8. JOHHSON, H. 0. AalfOLD, aux. gibbs, LXWI1 T. Lxatbll, DIRECTORS J. T. M. AJtHOLO, B. F. Hudsok. j.j.walxbb JAcob Y.Kobhuoh. Jas Spllman,. A. C. Robinson. W. &. Cook, L. Dayldsoa, Jno.E.Stormes, Sam'!. D.Cochran, Alex. R; Denny. PROCESSION WE HEAD THE only PLEASE. Merchants. Of Up-to-d- ate Our aim TO WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. lO Toll Sst-re- BARGAINS BE OFFERED. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for $1 0. Some of our Pine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Pine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. d. Tirf.es Ores. J. Li. G LOB fHE Telephone 136,E Frohman & Co., month's visit to her son and daughter cold cash. Going to pay him? returned to Perryville Tuesiay. Miss Maggie Tomlinson is visiting The handsome Miss Letit'.a Brown, of Lexington, was one of the "judges in the officers contest on Soldiers Day. in Danville. Miss Louise Kauffman in Richmond Tuesday. 1.1h COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SH TID PKESSI1TG-- . CLEAiTIiTG- -- Danvill e, Ky. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, September,. 1G 1S9S left for ichool Miss Eugenia Bush, who has been at the Stanford Infirmary for some weekrj made a visit to home folks this week Prof. Milton Elliott opened the pubA good atCol Dan Collier is at home with his lic school here Monday. tendance is reported. Crab Orchard family this week. item. Miss Itella Arnold is visiting1 relaE..1. R. M. Campbell and wife, of tives in Xlcholasvillc. B.oomfield, liy., are visiting her father Miss Theo Hemphill has returned and mother, Elder Jesse Walden and from a visit to Danvil e wife. Misses Sa'lie Tiilett and Laura Mrs. Mary Allan Weisiger has reSmith are in Cincinnati this week. turned from several month's visit to Estill Springs, Lexington and Mr. Homer liitson took in the celebration Lexington Friaay. Miss Margaret Murphy has returned Miss Mary Eikin. of Stan ori, is the charming1 guest of Mias JIalt'.e E kin. to her school duties, after spen ling the summer months at Lake Chatau-quMiss Sallie Lou Mye-- s is visitinp-friendN. Y. in Louisville and Pewee Valley. L:eut Claud Wherritt is somewhat Mr. and Mrs. Jno. E. Stormes spent, better today. His case has been worse a few dajs in Cincinnati this week. than that of any soldier back from Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Arnold have Chickamauga. bzen visiting relatives near I'erry ville. Misses Jennie and Marie Warren Miss Carrie Cnrr.y is visitinjj her have returned to Stanford a ter spendisister, Mrs. Fisher Gaines, in Danville. ng1 two weeks visit to their aunt, Miss Jennie Duncan. Miss 15 u el all Grimes left this week Messcrs Jno. M. Logan, R. II. B at to make a vi&it to relatives in Lexingson, Jake Joseph and J. W. Sweeney ton. have returned from the cities with all Mr. Robert West and little son, the latest winter goods. Robert, returned to Washington Mon-drThe editor of The Record accompanied his mother, Mrs. W. J. Landram, Mies Xannce Harris entertained a to Lexington Friday, where she enterfew of her lady friends Tuesday eve- ed the Protestant Infirmary. ning. William Oliver Dunlap has returned Miss nelen Thurmond has been visiting Mrs. U. D. Simp-sothe Mason fro.n a pleasant visit to Lexington relat atives. He has applied for an honorHotel. able discharge from the army. Miss Alice Hudson has returned We are glad to announce that Corfrom a visit to Miss IJeazley near poral Harry Robinson is fast recoverStanford. ing from his seige of fever. He is able Miss Bessie Olga Marksbury is visiti- to sit up now and will soon be out. ng1 her friend, Mrs. Clias. Dcnman, at Mr. A. E. Logan, of Boyle county, Kicholasvllle. was here Tuesiay and advertised for Mr. William Broaddus, of McCrearj, sale the bank stock owned here by his has accspted a positisn at the Lake- brother, Dr. Lojan, deceasad. land Asylum. Miss Lilly Noel will be here next Little Misses Edna and Shelby Ma- Monday to take charge of the Noel son have been visiting relatives near Sisters' millinery store. Miss Graham, N.chola:T He. their trimmer, will arrive tomorrow, Miss Katie Dooley, of this city, has Saturday. been given a good position in the LexMr. and Mrs. W. B. Jarvis have reington Asylum. turned from Barboursville, where they Mr. Jas. I. Hamilton and wife have were called by the bedside of his brothreturned from several days visit to er, L. H. Jarvis, who is very low with typhoi 1 fever. Dripping Springs. Miss Lizzie Wherritt and little ncice, Misses Laura and Lucy Colson, o' Middlesboro, are visiting the family Elizabeth Griffith, of Vicksburg, Miss., who have been visit'ng W. H. Wherof Mr. W. B. Moss. ritt, have returned to Richmond on Philips is now located their way home. Prof. Harry in Henderson, Ky.. where he has a Mrs. B. A. Dawes and children have large music class. returned to their home in Louisville, A number of Lancaster folks will accompanied by h'er niece, Miss Mat-tigo to the Nicholasviile celebration Mae Jenkins, who will spend an tomorrow, Friday. indefinite time with her. Miss Elisa Smith, who has been ill Mrs. Moss and daughters, of Lanwith malarial fever, is very much bet- caster, and Miss.'S Colson, of Middlester at this writing. boro, sister and niecs of Colonel CoMr. Sim Slaughter and wife, of Dan- lson, of the Fourth, are guests of Mrs. ville, were guests of Mr. G. S. Gaines F. M. Timberlakc. Lexington Argonaut. and family Tuesday; 'a a, e The following attended the Soldiers Day at Lexington last Frida': Mrs. D. R. Collier and daughter, Miss Fannie Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walker and daughter Mrs. Geo. Robinson, Messers Joe Robinson, Joe Haselden and Geo. Smith. For Kent For Wheat. acres of land and two tenant houses, near Lancaster. Apply to J. M. Orand or II. C. Jennings. Sixty-on- e I. O. O. F. (COLORED.) St Louis, Oct 4.10. The L. & N. will sell round-tris tickets to St Louis at one fare. October 2n, 3d, and 4th limited to October 13th, account Grand United Order of Odd Fellows (Colored); ironclad continuous passage forms to be used by Agents who have them. p first-clas- The Uiiiltlcrar Mill. I have rented the famovs Eudderar Mill, near Gilberts Creek, and am prepared to furnish the very best Hour. Will make a specialty of custom grind- ing. Farmers, bring along your wheat and co:n.' Satisfaction guaranteed. 10-- 7 John C. Potts. Oueeu & Crescent. Low rates from all points in Kentucky. Louisville conference M E. church south, Liusville, Ky., Septem 1S98. Baptist young people's ber union Gei retown, Ky., September 1S9S. Kentucky Bankers' Association Louisville, Ky., October 20-2- S91 Free. An imported, Lris clothes brusl', made in Germany, value SI, will be given with each pair of pants, suit or overcoat bought of Howard Tailoring ompany, and satisfaction guaranteed in price, fit and quality. M. D. Hughes, Agent Good Quality, Loir Prices. Our tailor-mad- e suits at S10.75, equal others at 15.00, and those at Slo and $15 equal many others at SIS and Oar ready-mad- e suits at S, S10 and S12 are positively all wool and very low in price. Examine the Samnles for yourselves. About 1,000 to select from. Boys' and young men's cloth ing a specialty. The best quality of Furnishing Goods from Wanamaker and Brown, at Philadelphia prices. Come and buy a complete outfit at reduced prices. Pants made to measure at S3 to S3. Perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed. Overcoats are priced at mark. low-wat- M. D. HUGHES, Agt Outlook Promising. just returned from a trip through cer, Boyle, Garrard, Jessamine Mr. J. J. C Bond, traveling salesman for the Curry Grocery Company, has MerWood- Lieut. John Farra continues to improve. He was able to drive to town Tuesday for a few hours. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Archer have returned from a visit to their sister, Mrs. Letcher Crow, at Wilmore. Judge R. P. Jacobs and wife are expected home from Michigan the last of the week. Danville Advocate. Mrs. Nancy Marksbury, after a Mr. G. Jones Salter is here visiting relatives. Jones is a former Lancas- ter boy and, like all of them, had to come back to see the old town. He is railroad agent at Kensett, Ark., and has a good job. Mr. R. E. Henr', of The Record office, will, in a few days, leave for a short visit to every subscriber of the paper who owes us anythiag. It will not be a fashionable call, but one for Schools- Books McBorts' Drugstore. Old books taken in exchange. ford, Washington, Lincoln and Anderson counties and in a conversation with the narrodsburg Democrat, he said: "I never saw such fields of corn and tobacco as in the above named counties. Corn is finer and heavier than I have ever known it to ba. Tobacco is nearly twice as heavy as in usual years. Owing to the comment in tne papers regarding the scarcity of tobacco worms, I have talked with a number of leading farmers regarding the subject, and without exception they replied that there are fewer of the pests this year than for the past decade. Tcbacco that has been cut and put iu the barn is curing up nicely, and producers anticipate realizing a fancy price for the weed this fall. Corn is selling in the field at prices ranging from SI to St 25 per barrel, and the pries for it delivered is about 25 cens more on the barrel. In most sections ground for fall wheat if being broken, and in but very few localities is too hard to plow. Meadows were fine and nine farmers out of ten have plenty of hay and oats to feed" their stock during the winter. In the knobs of Lincohn county the chestnut trees are loaded down with fruit. Residents of the knobs say they can't remember when there has been, a more prolific crop. In general the farmer is satisfied with the outlook. Trade in the grocery line has increased won derfully within the last two or three months." Lkxixgtox, Ky.. Sept 12. Mat Milter, colored, who was releaseu. from the Frankfort penitentiary Friday aftE. L. Wood bought from Mike Noe, er a year's service for putting out his 21 feeding cattle at 3.03 and 4c. wife's right eye, returned to Lexing'J he highest price paid for lambs ton Saturday night, and the first wr.s 0.53 a hun thing hi'.dkl was to beat up his wife. last week in Ch'.c-igHe is in the ju j again. dred pounds. Ji e Patchen paced a mile at ReadUeail. llurbrr ing, Pa , Friday, in 2:02. Li:x:gto.v, Ky., Sept 13 Charles Pinkeye is doing great damage West, aged 43, a colored barber of am ng hirsei in Central Kentucky. Jeoretown, dropped dead ori Main It is said that it takes about three street Monday morning of heart years of "peach curl" to make an end o f a tree. Sunk In Fiftern Feet of Water. 12. Ky.. Loiiisvii.i.E, The Kings Mountain Canning ComThe pany is rulting up 8)0 buscls of toma- steamer Big Kanawha, riving between this city and Carroilton, ind., struck a toes a day, or 1,000 cans. d los Friday at 10 o'clock Hay is so plentiful this years in it Grassy Flats, 13 mile above this some parts ol Connecticut eity. A Lig hole w a- - knocked in her that it is effered for sale at SI a ton. bow and the sank in 13 net of water. Peaches are so plenti'ul in Georgia The jasscngers were sunt ashore withthat they are fed to V.ia hogs. 'Ihe out loss of life, and it is thought the choisest fruit can be bought there for trreatft" part of the cargo will be saved. 23 cents per bushel. The boat was worth alcut $15,000. E. L. Wocd, of Paint Lick, bought of A. B. Eitridge, 100 acres of improved Contracts for Carrying Maiis In KrntticVy. Washington", fcept. 9. The followland, known as the W. A. Anderson ing contract; for carrying mail in plac;?, at S5'5.5) per acre. From Kentucky have been n:a A movement has been started out in 503 40; to Stanford, S. N. Iian-ols in Nebraska to have all Van Hook to Bios?. J. M Bullock, SJ5; the corn growing States organize into Vaughn to Crawford. N. M., Gregory, one Loiy for their own protectiou and f Jiarydcl!, SOS. S3; from Fancy to mutual interest Cave trpring. Henry B. Harris, at S33 Manila cigars are being smoked by a year. in the United States at present It few V.;tr on Mot 51clii;it s. is said by tho3e who know, they are Fr.AXKFor.T, Ky.. Sent 13. In his not equal to our seed stogies. charge to the grand jury. Judge Pumpkins furnish succulence and instruct d that body to make a are excellent to give variety to the vigorous war on Nearrations for the swine. They are high- ly all tha o erato-- s of these devices fattening. Hogs do not always nave removed ;hem as a result. ly take to thi'in readily, but a fondness will be soon developed.. The IIaveville Plaindcaler say:: Election On Bond Issue. "Several farmers have placed young sparrows in cages and feed them cn tobacco worms alone, hoping to assist To Be Held Nov. 8, 1S9S. them in acquiring a taste for that kind of food so they may bjcome useful in Garrard Count v Court. the future." Called term Fiseal Court i July 25:n 1S9S. More horse hides are probably tan ned in Newark, N. J., than in any otl Whereas, the legal voters of Gar er place iu this cougtry. Three and rard county, voters in the general some times fcur, splits are 'made and election held in and for slid county in 1895, voted in favor of t .e finished. It is estimated that SIO is November acquiringand maintaining Fiscal Court realized per hide, and the yearly busi- the Turnpike Roads in said countv, and the question being submitted to ness done amounts, it is said to them, the said legal voters of Garrard 000. countj, in general election held in and greatest watermelon of which for said county in November 1S95, The the world has record, was recently therefore it is ordered and adjudged produced at Rockford, Cal., by State that at the regular election to be held in and for Garrard county on the first Senator D. B. Savink. The water- Tuesday a- ter the first Monday in Nomelon was 5 feat long, 34 in thick and vember 1S9S which is on the Sth day weighed 112 pounds. Notwithstand- of November 1S9S, an election shall be poll opened at ing its enormous size it was extremely held and a place shall be voting prein each each voting luscious. cinct in said county at which all legal d If a poorly bearing orchard has too voters in said county shall be on the question, much wood growth, sow down to you in to vote of issuing bonds for"Are the favor grass; but the result must be watched, purchase and maintainanca of the as the grass, will alsirb the moisture Turnpike road3 of the countv, free of rapidly. The arrangement must ba toll to the trayeling public?'' and it is that further but temporary, as to gather a crop of Garrard ordered be and fhe Sheriff of county he is hereby grass and fruit from the same land directed to advertise said election and will result in disaster always. objct therefor at least thirty days De Witt's Witch Ilazel Salve has the next before date of said election in The Central Record, it being the l irgest sale of any Salve in the world newspaper having the largest circulaThis fact and its merit has led dishon- tion in said county, and also by printest people to attempt to counterfeit it ed hand bills posted up in no less than preeach four Look out for the man who attempts to cinct public places inan atvoting Court in sail county the deceive you when you call for De Witt's House door for at least thirty days Witch Hazel Salve the great pile euro. next before date of said election. It is 'urther ordered that if the vote Stormes Drug Store. lm hereby ordered is in favor of said bond Mr. William Kenney, of Fayette issue then thf Fiscal Court will, in obes county, raised 200 bushels of Irish po- dience to said vote and under the relating to this subject, issue tatoes and about 15 barrels of corn on thirty-fiv- e one ac e of land says an exchange. bonds in anv sum not exced'n? thousand dollars. (35.003.00) for Mr. Kenney planted the corn when he the pumose of acquiring- and maintain laid his potatoes by and never put a ing said roads and to be issued upon hoe to the corn except in the portion such terms ns to time of oayment and interest and sale of where he dug potatoes. He says the payments of may in its discretion bonds deem as the Court corn absorbs the dampness and pre- best, but the bonds are not to be sold vents the potatoes from taking a for less than their par or bear interest second growth, thereby benefiting one at a greater rata than 0 oer ct. per date of issue until paid and crop and making another on the same are not to extend be von A 30 years. The ground. clerk of the G.irrard County an 1 Fiscal Squire Myers sold to Robsrt Collier Court is herebv orlored to certi'v a of this order to the Sheriff of 30 acres of corn at S10. per acre. Mr. copy Garrard countv on or before the 1st Collier turned in 120 hogs on one piece dvy of August 1808. containing 5 acres which lasted the R. A. BURN'StDE, Judge 120 hogs 18 days. Who can beat that? A true conr. Garrard County Cour Att: J. M. Duncan, Clerk. Mr. Collier says he is satisfied it has not cost over 75 cts par barrel. If Mr. Myers makes as good an Esquire as he is a corn raiser, we will STOCK dis-;aswater-.-oak-..-- : Ly-.l- e cattle-feederCan-triil S10-00- 0 privil-edge1 sta'-ute-- FARM iffl (I n't K110U5I1. HOBS.! IS THE GREAT THROAT and REEflEDY. R. KIHNAiRO'S Insurance Agency Representing Over h In the following Fire Insurance Companies g .Slna of Hartford. IJucen of America. National of llartfort. Fheaix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut or Hartford. Noi tli British and XcrcbantiJe. Sarnnn Amoricaa of New York. Liverpool anil London and Globe. I also repressnt the old reliable $57,000,000 ' gf 1 'jh' Call at my store and we will explain. Talk about cheap goods, when von bay of me you know you buy the best. We allow no one to uuderaell ns ou same prade of coorta If we lend money we wmit Interest. If we exchange goods for dolliirs. we wiuitii very small margin. Buy of us and get pure groceries. ' DO NOT RTJK AFTER THE Saw York Lifs insurance CHEAP JOHNNIES. Call aiiu Enjoy a Pleasant Glial. Pleased to see you. NO WORRY HERE. j o. hood, SUIiGSON-DENTIST, H M, BALLOU. A Few Office over J. LANCASTER, KY C. Thornpsan'a Jewelry store 1 t Diavil!e3:r:. of Points 'adant Jjffome (ir iast Over All Other Heaters. The Practically INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL, Produces the followinq results Perfect combustion of Soft Great Economy Coal, consuming all the Fumes and Gases, gaining Just so much more heat that in other stoves Is wasted. to The Cross Drafts from the Bowl, causes the heat the be radiated to the floor instead of to celling, llko other direct draft stoves. ppti iwy Great Satisfaction in this. Perfect control of the fire, so an even heat can be maintained, and a good fire kept over night. Great Comfort in this. Will Burn Any Kind Manufactured of for (J. K. STOVE AND RANGE CO. Unprecedented Heat, Economy, Durability. Fuel with Equal Satisfaction. For Sale by J. C. EOBINSON, LANCASTER, KY. PLEASE REMEMBER him. It Hits She Spot. When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feels sore, taKe aaose oi Jjoiev's Honey and Tar. vvnen tne soreness will be a t ones relieved, a warm grate feeling a n d ful healing o f parts affected will be experien ced and you will say: "It teels so good. IT HITS the SPOT." It is guaranteed. I again appeal to those indebted to me to come forward and settle their To save furth.tr trouble, accounts. come at once. My accounts are due and must he settled-- I! don't want to 1 wpiypfficer. give my accounts- MIS; B; JKJE'TILLETT. mm? CORSETS IU V WANTED! 1,000 WIVES! to have their husbands buy their CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES sa HATS FROM R. H. BATSON Our Fall Stock is Complete. Opening day from now until December 25. Se60SSof DRY GOODS, NOTIONS Etc. 9 EVERYBODY INVITED. We will open next week PIECE BOOM FOB SUITS?; POTS. ME RUSH EXAMINE OUR STOCK. STONE. John Lane bought of Luther Simpson a horse for 30. James Clouse sold to Jno. W. East, a young horse at S15. means pain, dancer and Fletcher Preston is on the sick list, possible death for some and also John Preston. wives. For others it Lem Teater sold ten young cattle a mjana practically no discomfort at all. There few days since toll. C. Fowles atS20.50 ia no reason why childper head. birth should be a period It is a Mr. and Mrs. Sue Ray are rejoicing of para and dread. Sevliniment over the arrival of an eral months before a b. girl on the to be apwoman becomes a plied ex- Cth insU mother she should Mr. Sheridan, of Virginia, the conternally. prepare herself for It relaxes tractor of Lock No. S, arrived a few the critical ordeal. the mus- days ago and work will begin in full Thero is a preparacles and retion made which is lieves the blast at once. He will work two or intended for this distension, three hundred hands. purpose alone. gives elasticiTha name of A series of meetings are now in proty to every this wonderful organ con- gress at Scott's Fork. W. F. Neal, the preparation is cerned in regular preacher, is assisted by W. K. childbirth, and Harding, of Winchester, who has been takes away all doing the principal preaching. Two danger and confessions to date. Filend. . nearly all suffering. Best results The first load of wheat was shipped follow if the from this point last Sunday morning, remedy is used during the whole on the steam boat The boat will period of preg- make regular trips. Mr. Marksbury, nancy. It is the if you want your wheat shipped just only remedy of the bring it down. Our farmers can now kind in the world ship all of their products raised withthat is endorsed by out hauling them to town. Hurrah physicians. $1 per bottle at all for Stone. drug stores, or sent Married, on Sept. 8th, at the home by mail on receipt of the bride's father, George Wylie, in of price. Free Books con Madison county, by W. F. Neal, of taining invaluable in- Winchester, Mr. J. R. Riy and Miss formation for all women, Annie Wylie, attendants, Robert will be sent to any ad- Long and Flora Ray, Lem Teater and dress upon application (o Dora" Davis. After the ceremony the Tbt Brsdfleld Regulator Co., invited guests partook of a sumptuous Atlanta, Ca. feast, aster which the bride and groom started to the home of the groom near MARKSBURY. Huckeye, in this couaty. W. II. Scrivner and two little daughMr. lice Myers has purchased a farm s ters, of Kansas, are visiting his mothnear McCreary, from the er. Mrs. John Sagercy. He had been heirs. gone from here eleven years. D F. Mrs. C A. Robinson and little son, a slight Broaddus and wife, and Miss Susie lSmnie, are recovering from Saunders, of Belle Plain, Kansas, are attack of scarletena. on a visit to his father and other relaSchool at Mason school house has tives. Saveral o: the young folks of suspended on account of the illness of Little Hickman, attended preaching the teacher, Miss Eliza Smith. at Scotts Fork Sunday. Misses Ida Rev. Robert West, of Washington and Willie Pierce, ot Teatersville, visCity, delivered an excellent sermon at ited Miss Mattie G. Saunders several the Fork Sunday. He was accompani- days ago, and attended preaching at ed by his sister. Miss Banc, of Lancas- Scott's Fork. W. T. West and daugh ter. ter, R. H. Batson and wife and daugh Mr. Moore, of Danville was the guest tcr, and R. A. Stone and family, atof Miss Sallie Lou Myers, Sunday. tended preaching at Scott's Fork Sun Mr. Lafe Carney and sister, Miss Ora, day. Misses Mattie and Pearl Saun of Whlisburg, and Birt ilawkins, of ders entertained a number of their Uloom field, visited friends here last friends at their home Sunday evening. week, and returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Broaddus, were Misses Sallie and Lee Herring, and the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anna Pollard left Monday to attend T. L. Saunders, Sunday evening. Mr. school at Pee Wee Valley, accompani- Luther Simpson left for Texas, Friday ed by Miss Sallie Lou Myers, who will night, where he will make his future spend two weeks visiting friends in home. Miss Flora Moberley, of McCreary, is the pleasant guest of Miss Louisville. JNlyrtle Moberley, this week, and is atMonths of neglect cannot bs over tending preaching at Scott's Fork. come by feeding a tfew doses of the Truth wears well. People have remedy after hogs are past help learned that DeWitt's Little Early Avoid risk and make extra flesh by Risers are reliable little pills for regu feeding Dr. Haas' Ilog Remedy in time lating the bowels, curing constipation and according to directions. For sale and sick headache. They don't gripe lm by J. M. Higginbotham. lm Stormes Drug Stsre. BUCKEYE. .Born, to the wife of Forest Stapp, a son. G. A. MT. HEBRON Bruce sold a cow to Jeff Dunn, last week for 27. Mr. Dennie Scott was unfortunate enough to have 50 watermelons stolen one night last week. Isaac Montgomery moved to his farm near the Kentucky river last week. He is very ill at this writing. W. D. Scott attended a birthday dinner in Jessamine, Saturday, at his sisters, Mrs. Margaret Quimby, who celebrated her 6Sth birthday. He reported an enjoyable time, and a nice dinner. F. W. Montgomery and little son, Otho, made a trip to Lexington last week. W. D. Scott and wife visited their son in Bunrin last week. Miss Ella Bruce is spending a few days in Mercer this week. Mrs. Maggie Tracy and children spent last week with relatives in this vicinity. Miss Edna Scott visited her parents Saturday and Sunday, and gave us a splendid account of her school. She tell us she has two scholars in school. Misses Minnie Davis and Ida Ray, who took an examination in physiology had 100 questions and were both perfect For broken surfaces, sores, insect bites, burns, skin diseases and especially piles there is one reliable remedy, Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve. When you call for DeWitt's don't accept counterfeits or frauds. You will not be disappointed with Da Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Stormes Drug Store, lrn Crippled by Coitiin Two children of Powel Dailey's are very low with typhoid fever. R. L. Brown, of Waddy, was here mlm Rheumatism. MiM Investment Co., last week. Rev. Crouch was called by telephone to Stanford Monday night to cond uct the funeral services of Miss Carman, 1 Filler's member of this church. Our school reopened here Monday, by Miss Arnold, of Bryan tsville, who was employed to finish the school be gan by Mrs. Lewis Harris, who we are sorry to say remains quite ill. Mr. J. Reynolds and Mr. Coulston and Mrs. John Ramsy. of Rockcastle are visititg in our midst. Mrs. Rey nolds will teach a class in music just after the meeting closes. The protracted meeting at the Bap tist church here began Sunday night. Rev. J. B. Crouch, of Stanford, who is an able and earnest speaker, is assist ing pastor Willc, and it is to be hoped that great good may result Married, at the home of G. T. Wiley, of Madison, last week, his daughter, Miss Anna. Bride is spoken of as being a handsome and amiable lady. Their friends here wish them much happiness. One Minute Those who have Rheumatism find themselves growing steadily worse all the while. One reason of this is that the remedies prescribed by the doctors contain mercury and potash, which ultimately intensify the disease by causing the joints to swell and stiffen, producing a severe aching of the bones. 8. S. S. has been curing Rheumatism for twenty years even the worst cases which seemed almost incurable. Capt. O.E. Hughes, the popular railroad conductor, of Columbia, S. C, had an experience with Rheumatism which convinced him that there is only one cure for that painful disease. Hp says: "I was a great sufferer from muscular Rheumatism for two years. I could get no permanent relief from any medicine prescribed by my physician. I took about a dozen bot tles of your S. S. S., and huh i oui us wen as x ever was inmy life. Iam sure that your medicine cured me, and I would recommend it to anv one suffering from any blood disease." OF LEXINGTON,; KY. Over $115,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898: Name. Address. Rev. J. H. Stanley, LexinRton, Ky Climax Printing Co., Richmond, Ky J. H. Baker, Lcxingtojr. Ky J. Bater. Lexington, Ky Newport News Syndicate, Newport News Va Newport News Syndicate. Newport News, Va Newport News Syndicate, Newport, News, Vn Newport Vews Syndicate, Newport News, Va M. J. Forston, Paris, Ky Hattie Jacobs, Cincinnati, 0 Patrick and Mary Fox, Maysville Ky E. L. Denbnrd, Louisville. Ky C. D. Doll, Louisville, Ky F. II, Norton. Lexlngion Ky F. H. Norton Lexlcgton, Ky Mrs. A.T.MIlfion, Richmon, Ky F. II. Norton, Lexington. Ky : Robert HoelHch. Maysville, Ky Mrs. Emma L. Latla, Lexington, Ky C. and Martha DIggs, Lexington, Ky B. A. Spanglcr, Louisville Ky Gladys Hoffman, Bntte Mont Howard SnepUerd, Lexington Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky A. J. WIntersnilth, Taducah. Ky B. L. Eggleston. Lexingtin Ky Mary K. Faddeu. 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 utto t. ollenweider, McArthnr.O uanrei lioone Uluu, Richmond, Ky Daniel Roone Clnb, Richmond, Ky ewiana Jones Richmond. Ky... V. F. White Estate, Lexington, Ky Good & Co., Lexington, Ky W. F, White Estate, Lexington, Ky Annie P. Peay. Lexington Ky A. L. Marschali, Lexington, Ky V. D. Finch. Danville, Ky John L Fischer, Louisville, Ky D B. Good. Lexington, Ky V. N. Gardner. Lexington. Ky Mrs. Jennie Fcsler. Cincinnati. O Luke U. Mllward, Lexington, Ky Baptist Church, Paris, Ky . R. F.Johnson & 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. 8. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Ky Dr. S. A Donaldson, Lexington, Ky G. M. Ashcr. Lexington, Ky A. M. Newton, Lexington, Ky J.D. Pnrcell, Lexington, Ky Mrs. Sallie Owens, Lexington, Ky F. C. Smith, La Grange. Ky ValenteSentrley, Lexington, Ky Mis. J.D. Armstrong, Lexington, Ky Total Profit Over Cost Cost. j Paid. i 9,V) 9.30 i 20.O. 20.0! 2Jji" iti.23 10M 10JO 1. 100 100 ...10.o0 10.50 9.50 222i 2ia 225 20.06 850 8,V) 90 9.30 91O 17.H 20.08 17.U 17.11 8."o , 9JW 30.0t. 2o.00l 17YM2U.0H Everybody knows that Rheumatism is a diseased state of the blood, and only a blood remedy is the only proper treatment, but a remedy containing potash and mercury only aggravates the 'trouble. s 8 50 7.50 17.41 17.-- 7,o 7..VJ 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 coughs. Stormes Drug Store. lm Cough Cure y S.S.S.rirhl Blood being Purely Vegetable, goes direct to the very cause of the disease and a permanent cure always results. It is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no potash, mercury or other dangerous minerals. Books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. FLATWOOD. Squire Pointer bought of W. H. Furr two hogs for 4c per lb. Mrs. Grayson has been allowed her pension from the day her husband was killed. Joe Fields and wife, of Flemings-buraie visiting relatives and friends here. David Cloyd, of Rowland, spent Tuesday with W. II. Furr. There will Ve meeting at Harmon Lick Grove, w 1 dinner on the ground next Saturday. It is rumored that there is to be a wedding in this vicinity today, in our next we will give an account of it Mrs. J. C. Fox and son, Newell, are very sick. Do Xot Be Imposed On. Always insist on getting Foley's Honey "and Tar, as it is positively, absolutely and unqualifiedly the best cough medicine. Accept no substitute. lm. 1 8 50 JM MOO 15.00 15.00 17. 17.4 1 17 41 17.14 so 8.50 s.50 s.V) 7.50 IZM 15.00 Mccreary. Miss Minnie Pherigo entertained Saturday evening in honor of her cousin, Jas. M. Logan, of Decatur, III., R. L. Warner and C. A. Simpson went to Richmond on business last week. Alex Walker went to Cincinnati Saturday with a car load of cattle. J. D. Hardin and sisters, Jas. M. Logan and Arlie Logan, of Decatur 111., and Miss Uattie Jones and Ebb Dickerson, of Buckej's visited Mrs. Will Long and attended preaching at the Fork church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Sutton visited friends at Hubble last week. Eld. D T. Broaddus and wife, of Belle Plain, Kansas, are v'siting his father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Morton Broaddus. Eld. Heury Scrivner and two daughters, of Newton, Kansas, are with relatives here. Dr. West wife and little son, of Yates Centre, Kansas, are visiting their many friends and relatives in this county. Miss Susie Sanders, of Clearwater, Kansas, is visiting in and around this place. Miss Sallie Nave is visiting Miss Jennie Totten in your city. Miss Nora Sanders has returned from a visit to her aunt in Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bradshaw are visiting their son, J. R. Bradshaw, in Argenta, III., Mr. W. T. Cotton and daughter Miss of Argenta, 111., are visiting relatives hera Mr. Wesley Walker has gone to central Illinois. When you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't accept anything eKe. D jn't be talked into accepting a substitute, for piles, for sores, for burns. Stormes Drug Store. im BRYANTSVILLE. Mrs. Allie S. Haselden has returned from Cincinnati, where she purchased a nice line' of fall and winter millineryBro. Allen, of Danville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Mack Elliott. Miss Lula Burke has returned from Liberty, accompanied by Miss Bessie Rawlings. Little Miss Allie Jennings, of Danville, is visiting 60 CM) CA) 70 js.oo 12.57 cj0 . c.50 fi.50 6.50 11.50 12.7 liS7 12.57 LEAF. E. W. Norris and Alvah Adams, each had a fine caw to die in the last few 1257 12,'.7 12 Mitchell-1'roaddu- days. Most of our farmers are through cutting tobacco and a great deal of it is getting house burnt We have a farmer in this vicinity that thinks more of his horse than he does of himself. He carries all of his wood on his shoulder in a sack. The large barn of E. II. Ballard.near Paint Ick, was consumed by fire a few nights ago. It is thought to be the work of an incendiary, it was one of the best stock barns in Madison county. A gentleman from Bryan tsville came over our road last Sunda', and found it so roujh that he is willing to take an oath that he will never travel it again in a buggy. Misses Gracie, Katie and Celia Jackson, of Sherman, Texas, are visiting relatives here. Miss Wadie Lee Mar-et- , of Bryantsville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. B. Engleman. More than twenty million free of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve have ben distributed by the manufacturers. What better proof of their confidence in it's merits do you want? It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the shortest space of time. Stormes Drug Store. lm sanv-ple- ..... . Co 50 55.50 12 57 12.37 lli.'O 14 1 50J0 50.50 W j 450 45.JO ixrin) liu.io 111.0J ;n50 m;o lll.tt) 111.60 4t0 .. ....47.50 js.50 ,450 4i0 nuj ir.M 22.75 jr,,50 44.50 41.50 issco 1520 12G.0O l:S.t'0 117.00 117.C0 1S2.0O 41.50 f.l flo 129.00 lit". 00 12i;.bo 126.00 120.CO ' - n.'o . 12.50 12.50 4:5.50 42.30 41.50 120.C0 125.00 1C0.CO 42.5) 41.50 41.50 41.50 NEW LIVERY. E 117.C0 120.00 117.10 117.00 117.00 Tal-ith- a, I have purchased the il.eCS.25 2,747.15 fi,4 15.10 'I prepared to furnish the For particulars A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, call on I Very Best Kigs g on the shortest notice, .Special attention given Commercial Travelers. J. C. Hemphill, local W. C. Slimer. apt, Lancaster, Ky. John HoshaJ X. 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. Mr. and Mrs Geo. Wool are rjj oic ing over the arrival of a fine girL Little Harison Heartwell Luce is quite ill at this writing. Mr. Morgan Sutton, of McCreary was the guest of Mr. Spoonamore the latter part of last week. . Miss Bright, of Indiana is visiting relatives and friends in this vacinity. Miss Inda Johnson, of Lancaster, is the guest of her sister Mrs. E. T. Minor. Miss Greever, of Missouri is the guest of Miss Lizzie Laid. Miss Hyrtle Carman, daughter of Mr. Elae Carman, died at her home near hzre Tuesday of typhoid fever. She was 17 years old and loved, by all who knew her. Her remains were laid to rest in the Buffalo Cemetery at Stanford. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family. You invite disappointment when you experiment De Witt's Little Early ....... In offering the 5?tinpr?or r n: are pleasant, easy, thorough little iir and ATrWe n offer them an experiment, but a SUCCESSFUL Rfcv, pills. They cure constipationyou sick uoa uccu uu me marKec two seasons ana we nave headache just as sura as take r over the last two years that cannot be beaten tbem. Stormes Drue Store. lm THE SUPERIOR. HUBBLE. Skin Diseases. SLIMER & HOSHAL 1 RICE BENGE. i W. H. LACKEY f Successor to Lackey & Gulley. First-Gla- s r;. tii Ri-e- rs ?ovts OIL CUPS IN DISC and a large single Steel NOTICE. I will fcent publicly at the Court House Door In Lancaster. Ky., September s6thx8g8 G. S. GAINES, Agt., Lancaster, Ky. (at 11 o'clock, sharp, County Court Day) about lto ucres of liind lu lots of about 50 acres each, on White LloJc Creek, all to go in small grain. IllAAjAiut CUBAN RELIEF cures CoUc Terms maduknan on day of renting. I lUnlvrS In five Keuralgiaand Toothache Xi. F. HUBBLE, minutes. Sour Stomach Guardian fort Humphrey and lizzie Best. and. Bummer Cosaplaiati. Price, 25 Cents. V LIVBRY STABLE. nings. Sam Haselden, of your city, visited his parents of this place SunHANDSOME TURNOUTS, day. Gate Pryor, of Buena Vista, and B. F. Jennings, of this place, have REASONABLE PRICES gone to Waco, to visit thelatters brother, Will Jennings. Chas. Becker reSPECIAL ATTENTION TO turned from Cincinnati Monday. Miss Hattie Jennings has returned to her TRAVELING MEN home near Buena Vista, after a delightful 'visit to friends and relatives here. A 'stubborn cough or tickling in the KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS throat yields to One minute Cough Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the right spot, reliable and just what is Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights wanted. It acts at once. Stormes of Pythias, meets every Thursday Drug Store. lm night in Odd Fellows hall. All visiting Knights are fraternally invited. G. B. Swinebroad, C.C. J E. Robinson, K. R. & S. her grand-mothe- r, Mrs. B F. Jen- For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham- LIVE STOCK SALESMEN berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itch- UNION STOCK YARDS, ing and smarting almost instantly and - - - CINCINNATI, O. its continued use effects a permanent cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, OUR COMMISSION CHARGES ARE $3.00 PER CAJl FOR HOGS, $10. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. PER CAR FOR CATTJtE. Reference: Western German Back, Dr. fady's Condition Powders for Cincinnnti.O horses are the best tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. Price, 25cents. Soldby R.E. Me Roberts, Druggist, La n caste ALL WOMEN Should know that tho "Old Tlmo" Bemedy, FIRE aai LIFE fflSUMCEi SFEINGElELD FIRE MB MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. 0 G0 Robinson & Hamilton IgU Office over Post Office. tjA.xcA.9TKR. :: : Kentucky Bring us your Job Printing. Is the best for ftaui Trei; irregularities in Female taken fnrCkwe et Lift andi"- - CMtMrth. before Ron rmKi "UM'Tiac"years. hare stood the test for twenty On. For sale by E.