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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 23, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898092301_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 23, 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. VOLUME JX. Entered at the fort OJf.ee in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Clasi Hatter. XTJMBER 25 POBLHluV - LANCASTER, KY., FRID1Y, SEPTEMBE 23. L898. lWSF m .JRemember the Mame and date. Our displaywill be with the firm of LOGAN J.adie.s Aiil Society. tcmbar, visit the schools in the caunty. As this will take up so much tinia she The Ladies Aid Socieiy will meet will only be at her office on Saturdays with Mrs Elizabeth Simpson Satur I day afternoon. A full attendance is and court dav during the mouth tf desired, as officers for the ensuing l it. Sure year will be elected at this time. The wayfaring m in, trfough a fool, Wanted! veal calves, H. B. NorthcottWill pay 10c for fresh eggs; 5c for cruld not err in my measure blanks. The Graded School. hens, spring chix Oe for lare, 7c for You arc sure to get a fit If you do The Graded School opened with 1S5 Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and be small; joung dux 4c, old 3c. geese 25 not don't take fie suit. Come and pupils instead o: 151, as stated. Uhc happy. to 30c II. B. North cot compare prices and quality of goods. number h is since passed the 200 mark. M. D. Hugiiks, Agent. The school is about in running order Work at the brick kiln is progress- to leave your measere with Don't fail now'and everything points to a sucing nicely. Lost. us Sept 2Sth and 20th. Fit, style and cessful term. Between Lancaster an? Paint Lick, Fres.li Timothy Seed for sale at T. workmanship guaranteed. Logan & Rorixson. gold handle pocket knife, in leather Rev. Campbell Keturns. Currey's, cheap. case. "H. N. Beard'' engraved on hanRev. T. II. Campbell has returned Bourbon Steam Laundry. e Disc Driils Pure McShsrry candies at Edmins-ton'- s dle. Liberal reward for return to this from a protracted visit to his mother. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the office or R. Kinnaird. Knife was lost in West Virginia. His legion of friends Kandy Kitchen. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your about first of this month. sep and admirers are delighted that he BEST, Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs orders at Sweeney's store. tf ARE THE is back again. He will fill the pulpit Co. at J. A. Beazlev & Will lie Closed. at the Baptist church Sunday. All the latest styles of foreign and Our store will be closed on Satur The best two horse wagon on the domestic suitings will be exhibited day, the 17th, and Monday, the 26th, Pension Granted. S. market at G. S. Gaines'. with us Sept 2S, and 29. Special pri(Court Day), on account of holidays. Mrs. Pauline Rigney, widow of Ma ces Loffan & Robinsor. Lovers of a delicious smoke prefer Our friends desiring to make purchas- jor F. D. Rigney, has been granted a the Proctor Knott cigar. es will please call befcra these dates, punsion. There was nevjr a more just Seed Wheat, claim allowed, and its passage will be We have some splendid seed wheat and greatly oblige us." J. Josjph. tf The good work of laying sidewalks a great gratification to the host of for sale. It has been screened clean, progresses nicely. Keep it going. lining Meeting;. Fall liti friends of the gallant so d'.er and and uniform grain, call and see us. Lexington, Ky. September typical gentleman. H. A. B. Makksburv. I would like to do your plain sew1S3S. c Excursion tickets, Queen & Cres W. I. Williams ing and dyeing. Col. W.G. Welch. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Critically III. Lexington Trots. cent Route, one fare for the round Lancaster. Stanford. Lieut. Claude Wherritt took a turn inclusive. One fare trip trip, from all .stations between Mason October l'or Sale. Uhrea shorthorn bull calves about daily, via the Queen & Crescent Route. and Pine Knot, Ky. inc. See agents f r the worse several d lys ago and for t hours has been in the last Good until Oct 10th to return. Ask for full particulars. WELCH Geo. W. Evans. one year old. an extremely critical condition. lie your ticket arent for particulars. Communion Service. suffered several hemorrhages an I it Friendship Heart Charms for bracestyle known to the Tailoring Dr J. P. McMillan, of Richmond, was with the greatest difficulty the lets, in gold and silver, at J. C. Thompworld will be displayed with us Sept. will coduct communion service at the flow of blood was checked. He is res'.- Law, son's. 2S and 29th by The Globe Tailoring Presbyterian church Sunday morning. much easier at this writingand the S,p .T. It. .TnniinTs meet- He Of courss they have many other things to commend Ky. befpreyou have your linn of Kimnlfis Co., of Cincinnati.Logan & Uomnsox. ing, will also preach at theatunion p. m. physicians have hope for his recovery. 7:10 fall suit made, in the same church, them, notably great beauty of design and wonderful i Mr. Joseph's Fathrr Dead. Rev. Henry Faulconer will fill Dr. 4fft guaranteed. A big revival is being held at the Mr. J. Joseph received a telegram blending and harmonious contrasting of colors which. AH business attended to promptly McMillan's appointment in Richmond. Our friends, A. 15. Ilobertson & Bro., colored Methodist church, and many Wednesday announcing the death of rich, The ministers subject but thoroughly refined and artistic of Danville, come out in two columns ate joining. Oct Tozctlier. Will his father, Abraham Joseph, in New give Sunday night was "attend to your today. Kead their ad. As the hot season is about passed, York City. Tlu deceased had been ill effect. own business." the Knights of Pythias lodge will for some time, though was better for Nice Animal. Then matter of price we doubt anything like these Eld. D. T. Broaddus, of Belle Plaine, soon pull together and resume its tne last few wee'js. The remains will B'lly Bjrton soli to Harbison, of Lvxinglrn, a fine combined sorrel Kansas, will preach at new Antioch weekly meetings. No lodge can keep be brought toCincinnati for interment. o'c.ock up its attendance during the summer Two sons, Jake and Sam, are well- - values can be found outside the big centers of trade. church Saturday night at horse :or S;C. months and it's out of the question to known in Garrard county, where they Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and try. In order to make room for Xnias have many warm friends who sympao'clock. night at goo is we will sell belts and shirt thize with them in their great boreav- Fraternal Order of America. Improvement. waist sets at less than cost J. C. ment Messrs O P. Walling.'ord and L. D The Id fashioned, squire window, Thompson. Having rented DudJerar's Mill on ara being ttkin out of the Baptist Rout are in town this week organizing lodge of the Fraternal Ordar o Dix River, near Gilbert's Creek post Captain Ile.rndon says the reaton the churah and hi n Isome, arched ones America. BEAZLIY&BAff&HHAH. Spaniards ha. I to eat raw meat at o substituted. These, together v.i h the of the ordarThe ali'e insuranceandbranch office, will run an Exchange Housa in goo.l plan is quite Lancaster, Ky., f jr the benefit of the was because Sampson had their pretty stainel glass, will make a decicheap. The ordar Ins strong financial farmers. Will keep on hands choice rane. ded improvement FUNERAL DIRECTORS, b icking and is growing rapidly. flour, meal, bran, shipstuff, etc Call A large c r gri'gation heard Rev. We are glad to note that Lancaster on R A. Stone, the hustling merchant, Lincoln County Tomatoes. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- FjuIcouci'j sermon to young m n Sun-- girls do not take to the foolish s'yle on Depot St. for particulars. Hoping The Interior Journal j imps us for to gain your patronage, 1 remain, ty night. It was an able effi r; and of wearing their hats iammed down - chock full of good advice. snying the Kings Mountain C.mnery BALMING a SPECIALTY. ovic their eyes. This style is q lite Joux II. Pons. haidy for u.jly girls, but the swtet-- f Co., is putting so many tomatoes in so 500 styles of suitings displayed with day. Our statement is ISank Stock. ici d Lancaster girl does not need it. many cans per 29th by The Globe not exaggerated. The tomatoes wero Mr. S. C. Denny bought the ten Carpets, &c. us Sept 2Sth andCincinnati. Special Tailoring Co., of To Visit tlic Schools. raised in Lincoln county, and its no shares stock in the Lancaster National Miss Elisa Lusk, county superinten-dan- t, trouble whatever to put many dozen prices 'or these two days. Rank sold by Dr. Dave Logan's execuof S?p- - in one small can wiil during the month Looxs & Romxsox. tor at Danville. The stock brought S101 per shore. Ten shares of the Ituena VUta. 111? I'ire at Danville. cistern wat2r right in the j Nat'l Bank, Danville, were bought es, splcn-liThe Ten chcts Association will com The large livery stable of Church by D. C. Prewitt, at S130 per share; 10 porch, large yard, splendid garden, mence September 24. at the Brick Yeager and Dolph R:ca, Danville, was church. Ail are cordially invited to shares of the Farmers National by good stable and buggy house, large almost completely destroyed by firo Th os. McRobcrts, at 3105 per share; B lot, and is every way a desirable come and bring their baskets. T.ie It is freshly painted and in Wednesday morning. All the horses programma is interesting, consisting O Rodes 10 shares of the Boyle Nat'i bat one were stved, including tho os music, recitations and papers. D. at S155.50; 10 shares at S15S, and seven thorough repair throughout It has a handsome horse belonging to Mrs. good servants house o.' three rooms D. Ely, of Danville has promised to be shares at S100 per share. that readily rent for thirty-si- x dollars Dolph Rice. The building belonged present and give a talk. Amanda An Show iN'iKU'ers' Fist. a year. Any one desiring to move to to the Brewers. Yeager & Rica's loss derson, Vica President. While the show was unloading Tues town where they can educate thoir is partly covered by insurance. day morning, Charley Iliatt, a negro, children for nothing, would do well to Co - Viirloitgheil. County Teacher's Association. The Lancaster company was fur- - together with other lojfers, stood examine this place. The County Assoc'ation for the teach loughed at Lexington Monday. Ihe around in the way. A show negro For information call on, or address ers of the Lancaster Magisterial Dis man were paid off and given thirty dropped a plank near Charley and the W. McC. Johnston or W. J. Romans. trict will be held in Lancaster Satur sep.'J-tdays leave. They are compelled to latter tackled him for a scrap. The day, Oc.ober, Sth baginuing at 9 a. m. show negro stopped long enough to return at tlu expiration of that tinu. The program is as follows: The boys mide hot haste to get to fljor Charley with his fist and then Promotion forTink. their homes. They look well and are went on about his work. Charley's Mr. A. Tink Anderson, who has bean Institute called to ordc- by President Devotional exercises. proud of the many compliments paid mouth looks like a beef's liver and he wagon master for the Second Kenis satisfied that "show niggers" are them by superior oflicars. Experience meeting Introduced by tucky turned in his stock when the good things to let alone. semi-annu- al regiment was furloughed and was B. K. Postle. Got a Treasure. How open and close a school B. F. highly complimented for the efficient Past the Notch. Jim Dillon returned from the G. A. Some one suggested that Lancaster mannar in which he had attended to Provence. 11. encampment He suc Saturday. Methods in Gaography Miss Mat- ceeded in getting two pieces of his old have a centennial celebration, but we his duties. It will be seen that his regiment'o colors. '1 his flag was shot learn from good authority that the good work was appreciated from the tie McCarley. Discussion Miss Jayna Shumate. to pieces during the war and a number town was one hundred years old in fact that he has been appointed to the Common fractions How taught o: men killed while carrying it. The IS'JC. Several towns have had street same offica for a division located at Gincin- regiment had evary line officer killed fairs, which are on the same order, so Anniston, Tenn. His new place is IS. F. action and returned to Cincinnati far as the parade is concerned, but it's much more important, but miny more Discussion Miss Knapp West of Uncle Sam's dollars arc put into IIo.v deal with the chil-on first . with onlj' one fourth the men it left most too late to get up anything of the kind now. Let's wait 'til next "Thurmonds" pocket He left Tues starting toschodl Miss Margaret Mur with. phy. summar. Mabe by that time some of day night for Anniston. Mule Colts, WILL SESD EXPERT CUTTER TO TAKE MEASURES AT OUR STORE MUs Eliza Smith. Discussion the cusses, who object to every public The ads. for mule colts brought a move, will have obliged the town by NOON. Now is Your Chance. big lot of the animals to dying. What is good discipline Mrs. Flor We have just returned from the cittown Saturday. There were a few SEPTEMBER ies with our fall stock of general mer- encj Moss. sales, but owing. to the low prices the Prices and Quality. Miss Annie Royston. Discussion We worked very hard in better ones went back home. Wills I have 1,000 samples for Fall and chandise. nice assortment, and we il- - Modern methods in teaching vs. Old a bought forty-fiv- e head at prices rang Winter Suits, which are offered at the getting Miss Matlia not hesitate to say that we have the Methods in teaching ing from S15 to S27. Lewis bought vary lowest prices. I make small Largest, the Newest and the Most Dunn. about fifteen head at samepric;. These profits in order to sell. Tailor made Discussion Miss Jennie Satton. Complete stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, were all sucklings. Wills bought five suits as low as SH.25, up to S30. Miscellaneous business. Boo.s, - Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Noolder mules but would not state the AM "woor. suits from tions, Ladies Wraps, Qieeusware, Adjournmant pri.-e-. Come, and test the goods 7.50 to SIS. All teachers should come prepared Hardware. Furniture, etc., shown in and compare prices and qualities, and this part of the country. And the to take an active part ii the discus Annual Convention. cusmost important part is ws bought sions and a cordial invitation is exten Christain church, Chattanoogi, you will buy. Thanking my old everybody to come to them at the right prices, and wa will ded to the public to attend. 1S93. Oae fare tomers, I invite Tenn. October EX- the round trip via the famous Queen & come to see me before buying. give our customers the benefit of those J. H. Patterson, Pres. Association. M. D. Hughes, Agent We have not spice to mention prices. Crescent Route. Tickets on sale from Miss Elisa J. Lusk, a S. C. & prices, but we rcspeecfully invite eveall points, October 10th to 13th, good Something New and Very Good. rybody to call and. see us and you can-huntil Oct 24th to return. See that We have recently placed in our mill your tickets read by the Queen & Cres fail to appreciate our nice line of The Royal is tae highest grade bakiag powder most complete Corn Clean- goods, and our one of the cent. ilansome exceeding low prices vestibuled trains. kaewn. Actosl tests mow it goes farther tbsa aay otfcer braaO. Short Line. Free reclining Chair Cars ers that is made. It cleanses corn We handle all kinds of country properfectly and makes the meal as pure on night trains. Ask your ticket duce. R. L Je.vnixgs &. Co. as the cleanest flour. It first takes agents for particulars. Paint Lick, Ky. out, by separation over seives, all, pieces of cobs, shuc's, rat filth etc., Vandalism. Harris Circus. Tuesday night some on. went into then it scours all impure smell from Harris Nickle Plato Shows exhibit d the corn. We also keep in stock gra the beautiful yard at Dr. Grant's, pull ham flour put up in 12 2 lb. sacks hero Tuesday. It is much better than - ed up a lot of flowers, overturned sev when lura earlier this summer and eral stands and deliberately broke to made of all the wheat and ground on the program was far abova the aver French. Burrh Mill Stones. We are pieces many handsome 'plants, bushes age. Tho performers were splendid, well-know- n and shrubs. This yard was one of the now prepared to clean seed wheat at the band- excellent and, in fact, the prettiest in town, being almost a solid 5ats per bushel. entire show gave perfect. satisfaction. Burn am & Ruckf.b 3t flower garden. It is .hard to conceive The managers are all gentleman and motive one vyould have in doing the we never had dealings with, a squarer House for Kent. such an act The .devIHis kept p. etty sctpf men. The show is haadiug for e busy all the time burning such people, j The Qottage just insi lelhe winter quarters an I played tho return AkwtiiltlyPitre lel-- ' on 'Stanford pike, occupiedby, W. McC, engagement here to fill in extra dates but we venture to say he left-h- is tiay "a'waya' lot of Johnston, will be for rent by or before There was no disorder about the show, lows long brimstone to use on the vandal who the lasof September. It has three, Mr. Harris always striving to keep CO., MP YOIK. committed Tuesday nights' ' outrage. ojee rooms, lljirge kitchen, two porch- - oat rowdies from his grounds. MHNO. IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. ty ITome-mad- 10-- HEM SEE SAMPLE. J. R. Haselden, HARDWARE STORE. k WILLISMS forty-eigh- E.-er- y Attorneys at Lancaster Combined with great cinribility are the chief merits of our carpets. brilliant in if Sun-da- j' Sai.-tiig- d Our Fall and Winter stock in every line is almost complete. We would be glad to have everybody come in and see us. ill Furniturej The Lo nreui lira I e. Lancaster, Ky. muQ uui Cit-Z2- Til' I- interested in the news which acquaints you with the fact that we shall make our display of Fall f. and Winter Styles. THE GLOBE TA1L0HSNG GO. M The Great nati Tailors - E.-an- l long-eare- d 28th and 29th and display the fabrics in full suit lengths. The work of this celebrated concern is famous, the prices always the lowest consistent with good qualities, and we assume ALL responsibility of fitting you. Have your Measure taken by an PERT who will be here on those days, and enjoy wearing scientifically cut garments. Wo Employ the Best Journeymen Tailors in America.:. Gar ments Certain to be Perfect. Ready-to-we- n! ft ROBINSON, Lancaster, Kentucky. SEPTEMBER 38 arid S9, toll-gat- POWDER enuhd ROYAL FOWCCH CENTRAL RECORD ;XTXBTWKKE BY aOXK&ff WAR TETERAtfS. Zfae National JN BOYAL STYLE Do the Good e Micliolasville Cel LOUIS ZAXDRA-ST- , Publisher. Association Meet at Louii-TillAbout One Hundred and Fifty Delegate Present. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. !ONK Months. YAR, IK ADVAHCK " " " $1.00 .50 25 FRIDAY, September, 23 1898. Second Kentucky has turned in its property to Uncle Sam and every man been furloughed for thirty days Col. Gaither is quoted as saying he is done mith military work forever. "Some people and the men seemed to think there were no hardships to bear, and every time a man got a little sick he wrote home and his people complained to the War Department and to me. I had a message from the War Department while at Chickamauga stating that the citizens of Lebanon had hold a and declared that their company should be sent home s:nce there were but twenty-thre- e well men in it Upon investigation I found Reveuty-on- e well men and only three sick men. Gov. Bradley came to Chick amauga when we had but eight sick men in the hospital and ten or twelve sick in quarters. He took away near ly thirty, including men who were as well as I or any of the others. Men finding out that they had a chance to get home would wrap themselves up in blankets, throw themselves on the ground and pretend to be sick. Peo- who go into the army should go 11 with the determination of doing what they are told to do. I never ventured to suggest to the Secretary of War what should be done with my regi ment, since it was not my place to do so. I started out to obey orders and did it, uncomplainingly." 1 HE g Loubiville, Ky., Sept 21. The National Association of Mexican War Veterans convened here Wednesday morning. About 150 of the bowed and heroes who fought under Zachary Taylor are in attendance. The reunion will conclude Thursday evening with a banquet at Fountain Perry will be Daily sessions park. held in the city hall and the business will be varied by many entertainments arranged by the Commercial club. Officers will be elected Thursday. The present list has served several years. Its personnel is: President, Maj. S. P. Tufts, Centralia, 111.; vice president, E. H. Hobson, Greenville, Ky.; secretary, Wilbur Smith, Lexington, Ky.; marshal, Samuel Logansport, Ind. white-haired Ianville9 All In Nnw. Ky". Before leaving for Lexington to meet Secretary of War Alger and to witness the review of troops Gov. Bradley entered an order on the excutive journal appointing former Adjt Gen. Dan R. Collier a colonel on his staff. The appointment was made to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of CoL Wil-bR. Smith, of Lexington, who was mads adjutant general. Barely Saved Their Little One. Pikville, Ky., Sept 20. News Collier a Colonel. Frankfort, Ky., Sept 21. and on sale, are all our various lines of Fall and Winter Dry Goods. Why not come novf and select your dresses and wraps while stocks are so complete? We have an immense stock and offer you the double inducement of low prices and great variety, to get you to come and see our stocks. In New Dress Ehmds reached here Monday morning from Skidmore post office that the home of llichard Skidmore was destroyed by fire Sunday and two small children Mr. and Mrs. came near perishing. Skidmore were in a field saving fodder. They discovered their home on fire and rushed to it and found their two small children unconscious from heat The house and contents were destroyed. Loss about $2,000. Attempt to Break JalL Benton, Ky., Sept 20. An attempt was made to break jail here and liberate Noah Franklin, under life sentence for killing Daisy Sullivan, his sweetheart Tools were found where left by the would-b- e breakers. The talk of lynching Franklin for fear of his escape has been renewed. Run Down On the Trestle. It is believed that Germany has been scheming to take a hand in the disposition of the Philippines. The auth rities at Washington have learn fd thr.t, acting under instructions from Berlin, the German commanderin chief of the Asiatic squadron has been investigating the coal deposits of the islands. This has been considered of sufficient importance to be laid before the Peace Commission. The President d es not propose to allow Germany to secure any of the Philippines or to permit Spain to dispose of any territory in the far East, and has instructed the commission to demand of Spain reversionary rights in the islands for the United States. Gov. Tannf.b, of Illinois, has refus We offer many specials m low and medium price goods. For example, we offer 10 styles 40 inch wool novelty Dress Goods at 20 c yd. 40 inch Black and white stripe serges for 20c; 42 inch fine figured mohairs at 35c; all wool Venetians at 50c; 45 inch all wool wide vale diagonals at 60 c; 42 inch all wool Black Crepons in newest chevrons and diagonals at 75c. In finer goods we show full lines of Coverts, Venetians, Broad cloths, Coatings, Moleskins, Poplins, Sponges, Camels Hair &c More than 75 kinds and qualities of Black Dress Goods from 25c to $2.00 yd The "best line of Black Goods in Central Ludlow, Ky., Sept 20. Mrs. Walter daughter, Withrow and her ofCrescentSprings,Ky.,were rundown Dn the big trestle near the Ludlow Lagoon, shortly after noon Monday. The left leg of the woman and the right leg of the child were cut off. It is feared that the injuries to both are fataL Silks. Full line of colors in extra quality, colored taf feta at 85c yd, equal to any at $1.00 yd. all col ors in Satin Duchess. Fancy Silks for waists from 75c to $2.00 yd. in immense variety. All silk black brocade satins at 5 0c yd. Plain black silks in Gros Grains, Taffetas from 60c to $1.75 yd. Pean De Soie 85c to $1.50- Armures, Duch- esse 75c to $1.50, Radzimires, Bayaderes &c. - ebrate the One Hundredth Year of their City's Existence. It was the editor's good fortune to attend the Centennial Celebration at Nicholasville Friday. This good old town, in addition to having on it's bast bib and tacker, was bedecked from centre to circumference with flags and bunt nes. Not only the stores, but every private residence was in gala attire and the whole presented a bcene lovely to Denoid. e arrived there about ten o'clock and were capa tured by James Stears and Harry Aic- Carty, the b editors of the Jessamine Journal and clever Louis Pilcher, of the Democrat A bddee about a yard lone was attached to our coat ana we were placed in the or oces sion with the Nicholasville Commercial Club, an organzation made up of hust business ling, pushing, men of Jessamine. Headed by Saxton's military band, the nrcession famous marched to the Q. & G depot and mel- tne Cincinnati Young Men s iiusines Club, which came in a special train 335 strong. T he uig parade then march ed through the principal streets, in the parade were floats 01 the most ex quisite design, every business of the town ana county Deing represented. We heard people who were posted on such matters Bay the floats were as tasty and pretty as any they had eyer seen. Arriving at the beautiful "Uun can Heights'' the commercial clubs and newspaper representatives were escort ed to the long tables for dinner. 11 ere the eood ladies, bless them, had pre pared a feast fit for ve cods. They did not bring out and other cheap trash usually served at public gatherings, but had a genuine, old- fashioned, iventucky dinner, consisting of old ham, roast beef, mutton, shoat. cornbread, sandwiches, irood stronir coffee, some dozen different kinds of pie, and gOJdness knows what all During the two or three hours we spent at the tible we thou?ht of how liro. altcn. ilarry Uiovannoli, Clare nce Woods, and others of the Kentucky press gang, would kick themselves for missing it It was estimated that fully eight thousand people were in town and nearly all of them ate at the public dinner. If anyone went away hungry it was because he was too lazy to eat In the afternoon the crowd was en tertained by speeches fro m Col. Bennett H. Yountr. Hon. Joe C. S. Black burn, Evan Settle, Gilbert and others Off ice, National Bank. At niffht the young folk gave an en joj'able hop, which was attended by a big crowd. J hey never uo things oy halves in Nicholasville, and 11 a person goes there and conducts himsell prop erly he will receiye treatment that goes to his heart and remains mere until death. One chief characteristic of the Nicholasville people which makes especial impression on us is their perfect freedom from that know-it-al- l, VV public-spirited fgSk ,M Watch this space for next week. BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. EPH. P.-- BROWN, Mgr. knic-knac- Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco. R. KINNIARD. Not all ed by well-dresse- d men are dress holier-than-tho- lackass-in-a-grav- e J. one-thir- C. HE MFHILL 7 ed the petition of the Temperance Union to have the battleship, Illinois, christened with water. He says the sacrament, the most solemn ceremonial of the church, is celebrated with wine and he sees no reason why the time honored custom of christening a b ittleship with the same fluid should be ignored. So far as he has anything to do with it, it will be used. If, in stead of running off on these mouse tracks, the women would put in the same time trying to persuade poor, whisky-soakewretches to quit the evil of their way, they would come nearer living up to their motto. d Louisville, Fixed Events for 1000. Ky., Sept. 19. The new Louisville jockey club Friday announces its fixed events for 1900. They are the Kentucky derby SC,000; the Clarke stakes S4.000 and the Kentucky Oaks 3,000. These are for foals of 1897 now yearling, the entries closing October 15. Clothing Torn Off. yard air which soma people try to work off. Nothing is more disgusting than to see a fellow look and act like he thought himself better than the world at large. There s nothing 01 that sort about Nicholasville. isusi ness called m away before the day was done, but we were there long enoueh to receive a hospitable and friendly treatment that will be treas uered in memory as one of the few oases in the long journey across the dusty desert of li:e. FROM OUR NOTE-ROO- but all men dressed by HEMPHILL are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a saving of at leas d as compared with some prices. coni-petito- Tailor Suits. court of appeals convened here Monday morning in fall session. The only dispatcu from Frankfort says the work done was the and agreed case to test the constitutionali- docketing of cases. ty of the election law will come up be Home on Furlough. fore Judge Caatrill for argument this Fleming snuRO, Ky., Sept 20. term. The Republicans have decided to enter into the case, and further Twenty of the boys of this city beagreed faets will be submitted, and longing to Company F, 2d Kentucky, furthe law bitterly contested. The case arrived home Monday on a will be take i to the Court of Appeals lough. and decided before the November elec Officers Searching for Ulm. tion. Webbville, Ky., Sept 20. Elisha Banks on Cherokee, near here, beat Two girls are, to use a slang expres and kicked his wife Monday morning sion, "chewing the rag" over which is into insensibility and fled the country. the daughter of the Fourth Kentucky She can not recover. Officers are CoL Walton, of the lnte llegiment. searching the country for him. rior Journal, suggests that they fight it out under Marquis of Queensbury Instantly Killed by a Horse. rules, and in prize fighter's costumes, Fulton, Ky., Sept 20. Tom Cox, a with CoL Colson as referee If this is citizen of Fulton, was done, we speak to act with CoL Wal kicked in the face and chest by his ton, as bottle holder. horse, thrown from his buggy and in stantly killed Monday morning. Cox Although the court has granted a was a stock trader. divorce to Gen. Clay's child wife, Dora, Taylor Denies It. some of the papers continue to bore Fbankfokt, Ky., Sept 17. Attorney readers by publishing a lot of General Taylor denies that before the their stuff in regard to the couple. This Third district convention at Bowling marriage and divorce have furnished Green he assailed Senator Gocbel, of more food for the wiley special corres Covington, on account of the state elec pondents than has any happening for tion commission law. He has written years, and they have certainly worked Senator Gcebel disclaiming the stateit for all its worth. ments attributed to him. A y well-know- n his speech at Lexington Congress man Settle, said: "Personally, I am opposed to keeping the islands. England is desirous that we should keep the Philippines. She hopes for an al liance with us. I believe that the United States should maintain a coaling station in the Philippines. However, if the Democratic party favors expan sion and retension of the islands my personal views shall not stand in the way." In" Russellville, Ky., Sept 15. Eldcn Haydan, engineer at Roberts & Brown's planing mill, was caught in a line shaft Wednesday morning and every stitch of his clothing was torn from his body. Not a bone was broken but he was injured internally and can not recover. Gets Life Imprisonment. Ky., Sept 20. The jury in the case of Charley Martin, Catlettsdurg, charged with being an accomplice in the murder of Lazarus Vinson, returned a verdict of guilty, and fixed the penalty at life imprisonment Ready to wear, made strictly by best men tailors at prices that will surprise you. $10.00 buys neat cheviot suit with satin lined coat. $11.00 all wool Venitian suit with new flounce skirt and satin lined coat. $18.75 for cheviot suit r. lined throughout with fine taffeta silk. $25.00 The usual fe Hows "'out for the stuff present, and at such places for finest suits made in latest styles, coat and everybody was, were not out lor a good Tailor-mad- e instead, a pleasure it is to get in What skirt lined through with $1.25 fancy taffetta. time.place where every body is not exto a erting every energy to get hold of a Line will be kept up all season. few pieces of silver. "' We saw Col. Jim McMurtry stand ing under a big tree with two cups of burgoo , a leg of mutton, three pouea. of cornbread and a up of buttermilk We approached the gentleman but could not divert hi s attention irom his lunch." The Louisville Commercial Club ar rived about noon, hea led by Eichorn's band. They were a clever lot of lei lows and were out for a good time. girls are 'J he Nicholasville pretty as peaches, and, the best of it "stuck-upover is, they are not at all the fact was conspicuously The booth fiend absent Everything was as free as the 1 and Domestic Woolens are all in and I can show you quality and prices that will interest you. Ready-To-We- ar My lines of Foreign Sis $6.50 to $18.00 suits to your measure, $10 and $35 i It il, at Frankfort, Kentucky Court of Appeals. Ky., Sept 23. The state Fur CollarettES Will be worn by everybody this season and we have variety to suit all tastes and purses. Note well some prices on real fine furs, viz: 10 inch real Alaska Seal Collarette for $10.00. Alaska Seal Collarette with Persian yoke only $12.50 Alaska Seal cape 16 inch deep and 110 inch sweep, with Persian Lamb yoke for $25.00 These are not M price. Finest Beaver Collar ettes $25.00, Real black Marten Cellarett $25.00 Cheaper collaretts in French Seal, Wool Seal As- trachan, Krimmer Grebe, MufEon. &c. in plain and fancy combinations from $2.00 to $18.00. More than 50 styles to choose from. There w ere three bands of music I will guarantee to fit you, both in Tailor-made- , and Readv-to-wepresent, but th e crowd (fathered around Henry Sax ton, of course. The Suits, and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking Louisville and Uincin nati bands could elsewhere. Truly Yours. not touch him. Der dutch are notin it mit Sax. was caught with "wool A in his teeth" and, but for the finely work of the police, would have receiv ed rough treatment If there were any more ot the light fingered gentry in the crowd, they kept quiet atier see ing that the psopla would have no E.W. Lillard. Jno. B.Stout. shenaniga n. pick-pock- J. C HEMPHILL ooooooooooooo dc jb zouz, Do Not Be Imposed On. Always insist on getting Foley's Honey and Tar, as it is positively, at solulely and unqualifiedly the best cough medicine. Accept no substitute lm Lillard EADING "Silver Plate that Wears." pUGGISTS.J Wraps, No. at6 Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. KENTUCKY. DA1MVILLE, :- -: BAKING DISH. Our fall stock of coats and capes are now in transit and will soon be on sale. We have about A handsome article 100 new coats now in stock. and just as practical and Election ooooooooooeoooooooo Bond Issue. i HausekBepers Dradley has made requisition on the governor of Indiana for the return of Louis Alexander, who is wanted in Louisville on the charge of maliciously shooting Andrew North. requiScattered island continue to throw sition papers and warrant The arrest of off the Spanish yoke from day to day. were mailed to Detective Sam Plamp, Our troubles will begin when these Df that city, who is in Evansville, come bleating for stray lambs where Alexander is under arrest De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has the ing fourth-clas- s postmasters for Kenlargest sale of any Salve in the world. tucky have been commissioned: Wm. J. dishonThis fact and its merit has led Hose, Fritz, Whitley county, vice J. P. est people to attempt to counterfeit it. Ellison, resigned; John W. Frey, HelLook out for the man who attempts to per, McCracken county, vice T. A. So many soldiers have been sent home that there are now not over 7,' 000 effective American soldiers in For to Rico, iucluding but one troop of cavalry. Some timid Americans on the island think a greater show of military force would be wise until the native thirst for revenge dies out and the Porto Ricans have learned how to use their new liberty. She Flayed With Matches. 19. Nellie Farrell, . aged 9 years, was burned to death Sunday night She played with matches. Louisyille, Ky., Sept useful as it is handsTo Be Held Not. 8, 1898. ome. Whether; it is used to serve plain baked beans Garrakd Cocntv Court. While in Danville inspect our lines of Table Culled term Fiscal Court " July 25th 189S. Linens, Napkins, Towels, Quilts, Sheets, Blan- or the most dainty dessert, Whereas, the legal voters of Garin the general kets and Curtains. Tou will soon see where it recommends itself to rard county, votersfor said county in every housekeeper as most election held in and in favor of the you can save money. November 1895, voted desirable. Every- On Kequtsitlon In Louis vlllo 'Case. Frankfort, Ky., Sept 21. Gov. thing, else in "Stiver Plale that Wears' you can possibly want, including Washington, Kentucky Postmasters. Sept 2L The follow- 1847 'SS?? Ianville5 Ey. knives; forks, spoons, etc deceive you when you call for De Witt's resigned, and R. W. Fisher, Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure, rownville, Butler county, vice B.' C lm Drug Store. fitormes Belcher, resigned..... J. 0. THOMPSON. Fiscal Court acquiring and maintaining the Turnpike Koads in said county, and the question being submitted to them, the said legal voters or Garrard county, in general election held in and for said county in November 1S95, therefore it is ordered and adjudged that at the regular election to be held in and for Garrard county on the first Tuesday aiter the first Monday in November 1S99 which is on the 8th day of November 189S, an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at each voting place in each voting precinct in said county at which all legal d voters in said county shall be "Are to vote on the question, you in favor of issuiug bonds for the purchase and maintainance of roads of the county, free o' toll to the trayeling public?" and it is further ordered that the Sheriff of Garrard county be and he is hereby directed to advertise said election and object therefor at least thirty days next before date of said election in The Central Record, it being the privil-edge- newspaper having the largest circulation in sai-- county, and also by printed hand bills posted up in no less than four public places in each voting precinct in sail county and at the Court House door for at least thirty days next before date of said election. It is further ordered that if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of said bond issue then the Fiscal Court win. in odj- dience to said vote and under the statutes relating to this subject, issue bonds in any sum not exceedine thirty- live thousand dollars, (S35.000.OOJ lor the purpose of acquiring and maintain-i- n ir said roads and to be issued upon such terms as to time of payment and payments of interest and sale ot Donas as the Court mav in its discretion deem best, but the bonds are not to be sold for less than their par or bear interest at a greater rate than 6 per ct. per numfrom date o issue until are not to extend beyond SO yearsuHH clerk of the Garrard County and FiscaRi Court is hereby ordered to certify a copy of this order to the Sheriff of uarrara county on or Deiore day of August 1898. paidH tr' A true conv. Att: R. A. J." M. Garrard County Court. Duncan, Clerk. Burxside, Jii-.- The service of Nurses who have graduated from the Louisville Training School can be secured at the Pattle A. Clay Infirmary .of Richmond, Ky,; price $15 per week, except in contagions cases, for whleh $30 Is charged. Application for nnrses should be made to the Superintendent of Infirmary. r Trained Nurses. WE HEAD Merchants. Of Up-to-d- ate Our only aim TO PLEASE. WE ARE SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN. SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. lO OTizLes Toll SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED. Orer. NEVER AGAIN WILL Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and.$16.50 Suits now for $1 0. Pine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Pine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville. Saed COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK CLEA1TI1TG- - .JTID PEESSI1TG-- . Danville, Ky, Sn c"dr. 21. Jam.-- s J. L. Frohman &Co, m "THE Telephone 136, at home on a fur Miss Amy Davidson has been visit ing Miss Carrie Currey. Miss Fish, of Crab Orchard, is the E GOODS AND LOW PRICES. guest of her cousin, Miss Rella Arnold. Messers Horace Herndon and Fred Call and "be convinced of what we say. Frisbie have returned from a four weeks' visit to Martinsville, Ind., very Opening. notice will he given of our much improved in health. Respectfully, Mr. Wm. 0. Dunlap, of Lancaster, is still suffering from malarial troubles contracted at Santiago. He is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. George Denny. Telephone 85. Lexington Argonaut Mr. Harry Giovannoli, of the Dan ville Advocate, and Miss Carrie Kin Messrs. Jordan and Young, of spent the latter, part of the naird, daughter of Mrs. Mary M. Kinnaird, of that city will be married week with Lancaster friends. FRIDAY, September, 23 1898 Dr. Steele Bailey, of Stanford, came Wednesday, Oct. 5. The wedding will ot only over Tuesda3r to consult with the local be a quiet one with members physicians attending Lieut. Wherritt. the immediate families present WE RQE OW fERDY Pall Will Walker is lough. TRIPLE TRAGEDY. Jc:ilnny ISrlvrs :i Youuj; Wouiuii to UU1 Her W idmvur l.nvrr ind H:iuy and Tiitn TuUc Her Own Life. Printer Attempts Paducah, Ky.. Sept A "Witli a complete line of goods, to "wait on the trade. R.ibwrtson, a printer L. o. this city, at- Further Ioel Sisters. Nich-olasyil- CENTRAL RECORD. PERSONAL. Mrs. Alex Denny h-'- For Exclui nge. Fine bicycle to trade for Blickinsde-- Bradley, and charming friends in Franklin, Ky. Particulars at this 'aughter, Miss Christine, of Frank- fer Mr. Al. Burnside, one of the soldier fort, are guests of Mrs. Julictt Rogers. oflice. boys, is at home on u. Misses Laura Smith and S.illie Tree. Mr. Robert Davidson left Monday to have returned from the cities with An imported, bristle clothes brush, School in Virginia. attend Law a nice Hue of .all and winter millinery made in Germany, value SI. will be goo Is. given with each pair of pants, suit or Mias Jennie Wearren, o' Stan'ord is Li i it. John Farra was able to visit overcoat bought of Howard Tailoring expecteed this week to visit relatives. Lexington a few day this week, lie ompany, and satisfaction guaranteed Miss Finnell, of R'c'imoud, is visithas about fully rcovered from his re- in pricif, fit and quality. ing her friend, Miss Nellie Diilion. M. D. Hughes, Agent. cent Llness. Rev. and Mrs. IT. N. Falconer have Mr. Tin'c Anderson left Tuesdiy The Dudderar Mill. returned from a visit to Kicholasville. niht for G t to accept a position in a I have ren'el the famovs Tulderar iin-iMill, near Gilberts Creek, and am Miss Annie Francis leaves this week company which leaves fur Cuba d itely. t ) .urnish the verv best Hour. to attend school at Due West, S. C. Mrs. James Pump'irey and Master Will m ike a specialty of custom grind C Payne, of Lexington, is Mrs. II. Clay are spjaiii.ig several days with ing, farmers, bring along your wheat the guest cf her sister, Miss Jane II op. her daughter Mrs. llattie Tankersley, and co n. Satisfaction guaranteed. per. 7 John C. PuTrs. of Madison. Miss Carrie Currey has returned Mrs. Alicj Ray and son, Lewis, of Dentli of JIrs L,ewis Harris. from a visit to Uarrodsburg and Buckeye and Miss Sallie Nave, of A telegram was received here Wedwere guests of Misses Totten nesday announcing the death of Mrs. Miss Carpenter, of Stanfor', is the and Ray last week. Lewis Harris, which occured in Lexguest of Ler friend, Miss Eugenia Misses Lizz'.e and Bruce Pumphrey, ington. Mrs. Harris had baea ill for Bush. aczompanied by Messrs Jordon and some time and was taken to a LexingMr. Edwin Allender has returned to Young, of Nic".iolasville, attended the ton hospital last week. The remains were interred at that city yesterday Lexington after a few days visit to rel- centennial Friday. atives. Reports from William O. Owsley, afternoon. Mrs. Harris was a sister E. B. Allender, who is well known Mrs. Simpson Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga., who is at Henderson ville, N. C, says of here-is the guest of her titer Miss Jennie he is very much improved in health and is mending rapidly. Duncan. Good Ouiility, Low Our tailor-mad- e suits at S10.75, equal 1 he following attended celebration Mrs. Elizabeth Denncy is visiting 13 and others at and those her neice, Mrs. George White, at White at Nicholasille last Friday: Messers $15 equal 815.00, others at at many SIS and 20. Chas. Frisbie, E. W. Morrow, Louis Station. suits at SS, S10 and Walker, Joe Ilaselden, Geo. Smith Our ready-mad- e Miss Ilallie Rice is visiting Mr a Herbert Kinnaird, Ben Herndjn and S13 are posit' vely all wool and very in London, Ky., and attended low in price. Examine the Samples Frark Marksbury. the fair. for yourselves. About 1,000 to select Mr. Wm. T. Woolfolk, a former Garfrom. Boys' and young men's clothMr. Chas. Miller, of Irvine, has been rard county boy, who now resides in ing a specialty. The best quality of visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Susan Lexington and one of the most pop- Furnishing Goods from Wanamaker is Anderson. ular drummers on the road, visited and Brown, at Philadelphia prices. Messers Wade Rush and Chas. Mori-t- z friends here several days this wee'.:. Come and buy a complete outfit at releft Tuesday for their home in St Onr good friend, Mr. John Shea, has duced price. Pants made to measure Louis, Mo. returned from a visit to his sister in at S3 to SS. Perfect fit and satisfaction Overcoats are priced at Dr. West and family, after a visit to New York city, Mr. Shea is one of the guaranteed. mark. relatives here, have returned to most industrious men we ever saw and M. D. Hughes, Agt Kan. it is verj' seldom he takes a vacation. He enjoyed his trip very much and re" Mrs Charlton Elrol, of Louisville, Prohibition! Prohibition!! is the guest of Mrs. Mattic Frisbie on turns much improved in health and Col. W. II. Ziegler, Prohibition canappearance. Danville, Ave. didate for Congress, will address the Quite a number of friends and rela citizens of Garrard county at the folMessers Herbert Ilommel and Jno. Johnson, of Danville, were visitors tives visited the family of T. L. Broad lowing times and places: dus last week. Among those from a Lancaster, Court House, Monday. here this week. distance were Rev. D. T. Broaddus and Sept 2Cth, 1 o'clock, p. ra. Miss Francis Collier is visiting rel- wife, of Belle Plain, McCreary, Mondny evening, 7 o'clk, Kansas, Mrs. Sam atives and friends in Chattanooga and Finnell and little son, of Kansas City, September 20 th. SweetWater, Tenn, and Wm. Prewitt, and wife and Miss Cartersville, Tuesday evening, 7 o'clk Miss Mary Elkin has returned to Lee, of Kirksvllle. September 27th. Marksbury, Wednesday evening, 7 Stanford after a visit to her cousin, lapt. bam uuncan is at home on a o'clock, Sep. 2Sth. Mm Mattie Elkin. furlough. This is the first visit the Bryantsville, Thursday evening, 7 Misses Pearl Burnside, Susie Wood Cant has made. Army li o seems to o'clock, Sept. 29th. end Mr. Jack Rout, of Stanford, were agree with him as he is in bett:r health Buena Vista, Friday evening, 7 o'clk. visitors here Monday-Mr- . than he has been for several years. September 31th. We have it from a reliable scource R. L. Jennings, of Paint Lick, Buckeye, Saturday afternoon 3 o'clk. was in town Monday on his way home he is considered by his superior officers October 1st. to be the best Captain in the regiment from the eastern cities. Grand Opening. Jim Maret says J in his Mt Vernon Over 1,000 of most beautiful, ttract-iv- e Mr. D. M. Lackey and daughter, Miss Jennie, have returned from sev- Signal: 0a' a trip to Lancaster, Saturand durable samples ever displayday, we met a number pf old friends, ed in Lancaster, from leading houses, eral days visit to Paint Lick. among them: T. S Miller, J. M. in close touch with the manufacturers S.vejaey Mirjan, Robt in Chicago, Buffalo and Philadelphia, Kinnaird, S. C Denny and Eiitor will be ready for display on Saturday Louis Landram, of Tur Rkcoud, who 24th, and Monday 26th. I have alreaEver brought to Central Ken- runs the best newspaper Garrard ever dy taken a number of orders from old bad. customers. Suits made to your meastucky, have been bought by us Col. R. P. Jacobs, of Danville, one of ure, and fits guaranteed, at 10.75. the mcst distingnishad lawyers in the Pants 83 up. Overcoats low in proporState, and who was a member of the tion. Small profits will bring them in. all suits, absolutely They are now open, and we constitutional convention, is at the St would be pleased to have you Nicholas with his wife from a two wool, S, S10 and S12. Paicesand qualmonths' sojourn in Michigan. His ity unsurpassed. Do not fear that you friends throughout Kentucky will be will not tret a fit The measure blanks hecd. pleased to know that his health has are simple and we have them down to been much benefited by the lake a fine point No fit no take; no take M. D. Hughes, Agt no pay. breezes. Cin. Enquirer. been visiting Mrs W. 0. type-write- r. Til-le- tt n pre-Dar10-Dan-rillYates-centrlow-wat- Dr. Walter Beazley, wife and little son, Eugene, vibitcd his parents at Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday. Additional Local. tempted suicide by taking a small quantity of laudanum and several morphine pills, about three and a half Ky., Sept 10. One of Louisvii.i.k, jrrains. as near as could b2 determined. the most terrible tragedies that ever Despondency and domestic troubles occurred in Louisville was revealed thought to have prompted the rash Thursday morning at the Enterprise ire hotel on east Market street. The oc- let Tim Tranylviinlsi Derby. cupants of room 4 failing to answer a Ky., Lexington, Sept 21. The call, the door was broken in and on girl baby horses entered in the Transylvania the lloor lay a dead from poUon. Joseph F. Villiers, Derby, the annual October contest for villi his arm about the babe, dead all ages championship, have been with a bullet hole in his temple, and anmcd. It is the greatest field of star across his body that of a beautiful jampaigners ever named and promises young girl, Nellie McCuflin. Every to be the most sensational race ever circumstance indicates that she killed jontested on the American turf. Villiers and the baby and then comCreek Tiiiibor lioom. mitted suicide. Gi.KXvroon, Ky., Sept 2L Strait The only apparent motive was jealbooming with business. The ousy. Villiers waa a motoriuan on the Creek is of timber, known as Seventh street trolley line and the son hundreds of acres land, is being worked up inof a farmer of Meadow Lawn, Ky., the bhoup Srinds of material and He was a to different also the woman's home. A large widower and the baby his daughter by shipped to eastern markets. employthe dead wife. The trio went to the hoop factory has been erected, of hands. hotel at S o'clock Wednesday night ing a large number and registered as Geo. F. Villiers and line Cattle S..ld. wife. Meadow Lawn, Ky. The coroRichmond. Ky., Sej 21. T. D. ner's investigation indicate? that the sold to Schwartz, Sehild & Co., woman had purchased morphine be- of New York, for export, 200 head of fore going to the hotel. This was giv- big cattle, at cents. Milt Covingen to the baby in milk and Villiers ton sold SO head at 4.00. These cattle was sent out on some pretext, while are the finest raised in Madison county She also this year, and represent a value of the dose was administered. took the drug, but it failed to take ef- nearly 20,000. When Villiers returned fect at ouee. Gua at 140 Feet. she evidently killed him and then took Wkllshuhg, Ky., Sept 21. The a larger dose and fell across the two bodies to die. Brookville Oil and Gas Co., while putting in a well at this place, struck gas Chief Justice I'tcturen. a depth of 140 afternoon Fraxkfokt, Ky., Sept 17. Capt W. Tuesday match was at A applied. The gas S. B. Hill is coll cling pictures of all feet. burning and sending up a blaze of the former chief justices of the is now the country for court of appeals. They will be placed 25 feet high, lighting miles around. in the appellate court room. Among the pictures of former justices that It Hits She Spot. nave been secured so far are those of When suffering from a severe cold Senator Lindsey, Justices Holt, Hines, and your throat and lungs feels sore, Pryor, Stitcs, Peters, Hargcs, Bullitt take a dose of roley s Honey and Jar. When the sorenes will be a t and Duvall. once relieved, a Fourth Kt'iituccy ul Aniiiston. of iul feeling a n o Axxiston, Ala., .v'ent. ltf. The 4th parts affected wil be experien ced and you will say; "It icels so good. Kentucky is now comfortably fixed at Camp fchipp. The 4lh Wisconsin ar- IT UIXS the aror." It is guaranteed. rived Saturday morning from Camp PAINT LICK. Douglass, is. Five regiments, including the o.rTennessec, 2d Arkansas and A'.ex Doty sold to E. L. Woods, one 8d Alabama (colored) arc now here. car load of hogs at S3. 40 per hundred. Two more will come the first of next Henry Moore bought of S. D. Cochweek. ran one car load of wheat at 5Sc per bushel. 111 Health the C.nisic Mr3. Louisville, Ky., Sept 19. Samuel Mamie, Dr. Ramsey and daughter, Miss have been called to the bedE. Hart, a brakeman on the L. & N. side o; Mrs. Terrell Kamsej of Aranrailroad, shot himself, with suicidal sas, who is very ill with fever. Miss intent, in the oflice of Dr. Wallace, on Reese Frank, of Burksville, who has Southgate street, between Sixteenth been visiting her grand father, Dr. Ramsey, has returned home. and Seventeenth streets, Saturday aft- Woods, who has been at homeMr. J.B. for sevdelie had been ernoon at I o'cleck. eral weeks, has returned to Cincinnati. Miss Minnie Woods, of Iluston-villspondent for some time over poor is here this week visiting friends health. and relatives. Miss Shanks, of Lex Gen. I.rcc'xlnr dgo Gov. ISradlry's Guest. ington, Virginia, arrived last week at Mrs. U. M. Lear's, where she begins . I'jiaxuiokt, Ky., Sept 17. teaching Monday. Joseph C. Breckinridge and here Friday morning en route from Chiekamauga park to Lexington, and are the guests of Gov. Bradley. A Lunch was served to the party at the Executive mansion. They will leave Friday afternoon for the Lexington camps, accompanied by the governor. In articles suitable for Wed iing Presents. Tea Table. Dessert Spoons and Forks. Also Berry and Salad Spoons. Cream anl Grayy Ladles. Butter Knives, the highest grade only carried. Exquisite Cut Glass in New Cuttings. -)iSTERLiNG C. S I L V ER N. McDONNELL, Jeweler and Optician, Danville, Kentucky. R. KiNfiAlRQ'S Insurance Agency n the following Fire Insurance Companies tna of Hartford. Queen of America. National of Harttort. riicnix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and Mcrchautile. fterana Anisricin of New York. Liverpool and London and (Jlohe. I also represent the old reliable 357,000,000 Rcptcsentlua Over Call at my store and we will explain Talk about chenp good-?- when yon bny of me you know you buy the best. Wo allow no oue "to uiiderxell us on same Kfide ol koocI-I- f we lend money we want interi t. If we ex change goods for dollars, we want a very small nnirglu. Uuy of us and gut pure groceries. t Che-nnu- lt Hew York Life insurance A DO NOT Call and. RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES. Enjoy a Pleasant Chat. COMPANY. NOTICE, I will rent publicly at the Conrt llonse Door iu LunciijCer. Ky., September 26th iSqS 'at 11 o'clock shnrp. County Court Day) abont 150 acres of laud in lots of abont 50 aercs each, in White Lick Creek, all to go in small grain. Terms made known on day of renting. I.. K. Ml'KBLK. Guardian for Humphrey and Lizzie Best. Pleased to see you. NO WORRY HERE. H. M. BALLOU. SSI Till I Si 1 B 3 MoRobrts' Drugstore. Old books taken in exchange. A Few Points of SUPERIORITY- - e, Over All Other Heaters. The Practically INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL, Produces the fcllowinq results: Perfect combustion of Soft Great Economy Coal, consuming all the Fumes and Gases, gaining just so In other in this. much more heat that stoves Is wasted. The Cross Drafts from the Bowl, causes the heat to be radiated to the floor Instead of to the celllng, like other direct draft stoves. Maj-Gen- staff-arrive- CRITICAL TIME of Will Kedtice C ip'.tal. 19. During the Battle Santiago. Prettiest oods Ready-to-we- Inspect f Miss Sallie Tilled. The ExFhankfokt, Ky., Sept change bank of Mt Sterling was granted full authority by the secretary SICK OR WELL, A HUSH of state to reduce its capital stock NIGHT AND DAY. frcm S100.000 to 550,000. The Guthrie Clothing Co., of the same place, also filed articles of incorporation. Its The Packers at the Battle of Santiago capital stock is SO, 000. de Cuba were all Heroes. Their Heroic Effects in Getting AmmuniKlot In J.ill. tion and Rations to the Front Saved IIorKixsviLLE, Ky., Sept 19. While the day. a number of new prisoners were beNo. P. E. Butler, of pack-trai- n ing ushered into the corridors of the from Santiairo, De Cuba, cn count- - jail Saturday a riot was startJuly 23d, says: "We all had diarrhoea ed by old prisoners throwing things in more or less violent form, and when them through cell windows. Some we landed we had no time to see u doc at prisoners got loose, and before the tor, for it was a case of ruse and rus' troops sup fight could be quelled several were ni?ht and dav to keep the and ration-- . plied with ammunition Will Hughes, who teriously ii'jurcd. is to be sold for vagrancj-- , had one Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, eye knocked entirely out with a heavy were able to keep at work and our healtn; in fact, 1 sincerely glass. that at one critical tima this was the indirect saviour ol ourtrjiy Fltzpntrlck Sworn In. G. for if the packers had been unable to Loi isville, Ky., Sept 1C John work there would have been i(o way , of Middlesboro, Thurs- of getting supplies to the front. There day morniug qualified as assistant were no roads that a wagon train district attorney for Kentucky. John could use. My comrade and myself in a Henry Wilson, Congressman Colaon's had the good fortune to lay pack-trai- sup- of this medicine for our choice, was appointed in the spring, Ely we left Tampa, I know in but the appointment was revoked and four cases it absoluticy saved life." The above letter svvwritten to the Fitz;.atrick finally landed the $2,500 He succeeds Arthur Wallace, manufactures of thifT medicine, the plum. Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, democrat Iowa. For sale byR. E' McRoberts. Fitz:-jatrickn Great Satisfaction in this. Perfect control of the fire, so an even heat can bo main- talned, and a good fire kept over night. Qreat Comfort . jn JhiS.! Unpbeceoenteo Heat-econo- .iTtjilTY. Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel wltn Equal Satisfaction. manufactured for O. K. STOVE AND RANGE For Sale by J. C. ROBINSON, 1 - LANCASTER, KY. HEW LIVERY. I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the a . A. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & 1 Gulley. First-Gla- s i STABLE. LIMY I HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. 8PKCIAL ATTENTION TO Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. I TRAVELING MEN IMIIHMMMIIIIHMMI RICE BENGE. r are the only ones she is talking about. to buy, Because she knows what IlN J. our j)Ry GOODS Expect your wife to meet you TriTTirnantly If you go to other stores instead " pleas-- U TiriTVrim " , of ours to buy your CLOTHING aud SHOES. Fail to see our WOOLENS for Tailor Made Suits for men. We represent the largest "Woolen Piece Goods house in the East. We have the goods in stock. Come see them and order a suit. Fit Guaranteed, or No Sale. PayCash for goods at Credit stores jgy s0 doing yon pay long credit prices If you buy at Credit Stores, mako them credit you just like they do other people, and come spend your mmaB TTjri'lrfTl X Cash at Cash Stores. bald-heade- d. YOU OBSERVE THE ABOTE w - 9. You will live a long time, and never die Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes offered at prices that make them GETTING READY Fox. who has been sick at Crab Orch ard, has improved enough to come Uuie biler, who has been in home. Every expectant mother has Oklahoma for some time, has returned home. Missis Sallie and Nannie trying ordeal to face. If she does not has been visiting Mrs. J. L. Iiutcinns this week. Jas. b. 1'ayne and sister, Miss Kate, and Miss Mattie Cormney, took iu the show at Lancaster Tuesday. For broken surfaces, sores, insect bites, burns, skin diseases and especially piles there is one reliable remedy, When Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve. you call for DeWitt's don't accept counterfeits or frauds. You will not be disappointed with DjWitt's Witch llazel Salve. Stormes Drug Store, lm Dud-der- R. H. BATSON. visiting their daughter, , Mrs Nell cimpsun. Miss Alagie Walsh, of Pine- ville, is the charming guest of Miss Susie SaaJidgi. More than twenty million free samt- pies of LcWitt's Witch Haz-.Salve havj bjen distributed by the manu facturers. What better proof of their confidence in it's merits do you want? It cures piles, burns, tcilds, sores, in the shortest space of time. Stormes Drug" Store. lm FLATWOOD. Mr. W. L. Lawson sold Jas. Hutch- ings two mule colts for SOU. Mr. Roy Stewart sold his farm to James Coldiron for S700. G. T. Lawson lost a nice horse a few days since of founder. Thomas Worrell traded ten sheep and a cow to James Rosrers. for three yearling cattle. Miss Malissa B. Furr returned to Gosport, Indiana, last Saturday to take charge of her school. The school opens Monday, Sept. '20, but she is to take part in Preliminary Institute previous to that Rev. II. L. McMurry, pastor of the Biptist church at Berea, preached at Good Hope Saturday, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Jason Rose and Miss Amanda Parton were married at the bride's home on Tuesday, at 2 p. m., by Rev. McIIutchings. The Good Hope Baptist church will b2 dedicated the 3rd Sunday in October. Rev. H. L. McMurry will preach tne delication sermon. Misses Jennie and Gracie Morgon, of Sweeney, attended meeting at Good Hope church Sunday, and visited W. IL Furr's. Mr. Walter and Willie Spangler, of near Crab Orchard, visited Willie Furr Sunday. One Minute Cough 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 coughs. Stormes Drug Store. lm y yCTIxdP at A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. l IlKtMt OF LEXINGTON, KY. CO,, I Witt S FOLEY'S HONEY and Over $115,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898: Name. Address. Cost. i TAR IS THE Rev. BRYANTSVILLE. get ready for it, Protracted meeting began at Hick there is no telling Sunday night. what may happen. man There will be a meeting at the PresChild-birt- h is fulJ byterian church in Buena Vista, with of uncertainties il dinner on the ground, Saturday next not given proper assistance. Nature is Mrs. A. S. Haselden lias a nice line of millinery now ready for inspection and invites her friends and customers to call. is the best help you can use at this time. Dr. Pinguard is erecting a nice cotIt is x liniment, and when regularly ap- tage in Bryantsville. C M. Jenkins, months before baby comes, Jr.. will erect a dwelling on his farm plied several it makes the advent easy and nearly pain- in the near future. Eld. Allen, of Danville, filled his less. It relieves and prevents ' morning a t Pleasant sickness." relaxes the overstrained mus regular appointment Grove, Sunday, and delivered an cles, relieves the distended feeling, shortsermon on the parable of the ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer- T.-- Virgins tain without any dangerous Mrs. John Poor is very sick at th's Mother's Friend is good for only one writing. Mrs. Dave Dunn, of Lancaspurpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood i ter, is quite sick at her aunt's in this place. Mr, Jeir Ubeatnam is slowly danger and pain. improving. One dollar per bottle at all drug stores, or Little Miss Alice Jennings has re tent by express on receipt ol price. Free Books, containing valuable informa- turned to her home in Danville, after any addresi a pleasant visit to her aunt Most of tion for tvomen, will be sent to our home folks attended the Centen Uin application to nial at Nicholasville, and report a de THE BRADF1ELD REOULATOR CO., lightful time. Mrs. Clara Robinson, of Atlanta, Ga. Texas, is visiting the many Dunn's, of this place, It. L. Jennings and Miss PREACHERSVILLE. Dannie Ballard, of Paint Lick, are vis Miss Minnie iting relatives here. Dunn, is visiting relatives in Nicholas- James Rogers bought ten ewes from ville. lJr. ana Airs. J'J.liott have re Thos Worrell for S31 turned from a visit to Paint Lick. Miss W. McIIutchins sold eight cattle to Dora Myers has returned to Milledffoville. after a pleasant visit to her cous W. L. Lawson for S15G. .Miss Lulie liurtc. in, 'Esq. John Anderson has bought the When you call for DeWitt's Witch Ben Lackey lot here for $l.r,0. Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't Sol Itigsby sold two heifers to El- accept anything else. Don't be talked more & Iloltzclaw for 35. into accepting a substitute, for piles, James Thompson has rcntel the for sores, for burns. Stormes Drug Store. lm llarber farm for next year for $390. Thompson & Brown have lost three Mccreary. nic; cattle in the last few days, supposed to have eaten buckeyes. A crowd of voung people stormed The sale at Mr. J. E Carson's was Miss Alice Saddler last Thursday eve well attended and most everything ning, having a delightlul time. sold well. Corn SO to 93c per barrel, R J. Burton having sold his wheat oats 20c per bushel, wheat 5Cc per has no occasion to go to Nicholas ville bushel. Mr. Carson will move to Wa- so often now. Mrs. O. T. Logan, of Elwin, 111., has bash. home after spending a week Mrs. Mollie Cummins, brother, John returned Timothy Logan. with Mrs. Carpenter and daughter, and Mr?. Miss Jennie Mae Gulley leaves this Azile Anderson, are visiting in Mad".-fo- n place in a few days for Wilsonville, county, this week. Joe Pettus Spencer county, where she has a luhas gone to Lebanon to assume work crative position as school teacher. Her again. Mr. and Mrs. Jones L. Ander- many friends regret to see her leave. son entertained quite a lot of their W. B. Burton, of Buckeye, and Burfriends here Friday night. Mrs. J. C. ton Roberts, of Madison county, attended the Centennial at Nicholasville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendren cure, and daughter, Miss Ora and son, of CUBAN OIL Kirksville, spent a few days with relaIdlllvl v Cuts, Burns, Bruises, tives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. and Sores. Price, 25 cents Jordon Myers, of Wilmore, have been GREAT THROAT and LUNG REMEDY. from different parties at three cents per pound Farmers are about through cutting tobocco in this neighborhood. W. H. Doty returned to his home in Minneapolis last Thursday after a pleasant visit of two weeks to h's mother, Mrs A. M. Doty, of Hyatts-villlie is an interesting talker, his conversation possessing that rare charm which is acquired only by cultivated and refined association. Mr. David Posey is quite ill again. His recovery is doubtful. Miss Nettie Parks visited relatives in Bryantsville Saturday and Sunday. Miss Agness Donahue has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in Richmond You invite disappointment when you experiment DeWitt's Little Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sic e headache jast as sura as you take them. Stormes Drug Siore. lm e. Mother's Friend after-effec- ts McCarley & Lawson shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati, Saturd: y for" which they paid 3 A drove of 71 cattle passed through here Wednesday from Dmville, they were sold by Monte Fox to Chenault, of Richmond, and weighed about 1,100 lbs , they were feeders for raisers of export cattle. M. L. Auber, of York, Penn., pui chased forty mule colts at Fox's livery stable this morning, paying from fifteen to forty dollars per head for them. He bought all offered and would have taken more. Richmond Pantagraph. l-- Ky Climax Printing Co., Richmond, Ky J. n. Baker, Lexlugtog, Ky J. Baser, Lexington. Ky Newport News Syndicate, Newport News Va Newport News Syndicate. Newport News, Va Newport News Syndicate, xewport. News, Va Newport Vews Syndicate, Newport News, Va M. J. Forston, I'aris, Ky J. IlTstauley, Lexington, t " oj0 9Jj0 t raid. aj 20.CW jo0 in'iO 10.50 10.30 10.50 JOJM 9 30 il 32.25 22.i 22.25 22JT. Copper Colored Splotches. There is only one cure for Contagious Blood Poison the disease which has lompletely baffled the doctors. They are totally unable to cure it, and direct their efforts toward bottling the poison up in the blood and concealing it from view. S. S. S. cures the disease positively and permanently by forcing out svery trace of the taint. HAMMACK. BUCKEYE. JUaclison, 33 cjtttle at 2c per lb. " Mrs. Lige Logan and son, of Dan- J. W. Brown sold to Ben Cotton, of ville, visited friends and relatives here this week. Miss Lillie Sutton aud brother. Booth, of Marksbury. and Misses Bettie Henry and Anna Austin, of your city, were the guests of Miss Sallie B. Ray, Saturday and Sunday. Will Dickerson, of Buena Vista, visited his brother Ebb, last week. Mrs. Susan Harris, of Stanford, is with rel atives here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hen dren, of Kirksville, and Will Long and wife, of Marksbury, visited V. G. Jones and family, Saturday and Sun day, Miss Bettie Broaddus, of Paint Lied, is with Miss Lillie Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Vanarsdall, of Harrodsburg, have been visiting Miss Hattie Bogie. F. B. Kay and wife, of Georgetown spent las tweek with Dr. Ray and family, an dMrs. Ray while here rendered valuable service as organist for our meetinp-which is being held at this place. Rev. Ray has accepted a call as pastor for the Immanual church of Nashville, Tenn. His many friends wish bim much success. A yery enjoyable occasion in the way of a double wedding took place at the home of W. B. Ray in the afternoon of the 10th inst The contracting parties were Mr. A. C. Miles, of Jessamine. and Miss Pattie Ray, and Mr. Robert Liong, son of a wealthy farmer of Madison, and Miss Flora Ray, a lovely, christian girl. The bridal party and attendants were preceded by two little flower girls, each bearing a beautiful boquet of white chrysanthemums, which they presented to the brides after the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. J. I. Wills, of Harrodsburg. Only one ceremony was needei to make the four hearts happy. Attendants were Willie Rav and" Miss Kell Burton, and Brown Buford, of Nicho Mr. lasville, and Miss Nora Ray. Miles is an extensive trader, but the most successful contract ho has made was when he wooed and won the heart of Miss Katie, his bride, who certainly is a prize worth winning. After refreshments Mr. Miles and wife went to their home in Jessamine, and Mr. Long and his bonnie bride, to his home in Madison. The best wishes of their many friends are with them. A 'stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One minute Cough Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the ht spot, reliable and just what is ted. It acts at once. Stormes In offering the Snperior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard tore. lm county we do not offer them an experiment, but a SUCCESSFUL REALITY. Our Drill has been on the market two seasons and we "'have HYATTSVILLE. made improvements , Hamm ck sold two hogs to Wm. Gafney for e oj, also one to Wm. Pointer for 5. Corn cutting is in full blast in this vicinity. Bettie Bell bought two calves from J. Siler for S2L00, also one from S. E. Hamniack for 815. Mrs. S. E. Ilammack and Miss Bettie Bell visited friends at Wallaceton Sunday. Mr. Joe Juelds and wife are visiting in this neighborhood this week. Quite a large crowd at Good nope Sunday. Some of the boys from other neighborhoods had taken a Utile to much essence of corn, caused some while preaching was going on. Constable Parks arrested one young man and took him to jail at your city. 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 S. E. I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease, which was in spots at first, but afterwards spreaa an over my Doay. These soon broke out in to sores, and it is easy to imagine the suffering I endured. Before I became convinced that the doctors could do no good, I had spent a hundred dollars, which was really thrown away. I then tried various patent medicines, but they did not reach the disease. when I had flnisncd my first bottle of S. S. S. I was greatly improved the result. The large red splotches on my sncst began to grow paier ana smaller, ana before long disappeared entirely. I regained my lost weight, became stronger, and my appetite greatly improved. I was soon entirely well, and my skin as clear as a piece of glass. H. Jj. Myebs, 100 Mulberry St., Newark, N. J. CARTERSVILLE. W. S. Wylie is very sick of fever. W. L. Allen is in the city buying a Don't destroy all possible chance-ocure by taking the doctor's treatment of mercury and potash. These minerals cause the hair to fall out, and will wreck the entire system. Hattie Jacobs, Cincinnati, O Patrick and Mary Fox, Maysville Ky E. L. Denhard, Louisville. Ky C. D. Doll, Louisville, Ky F. II, Norton. Lexington Ky F. H. Norton Lexlcgton, Ky Mrs. A. T. Million, Richmou, Ky. F. II. Norton, Lexington, Ky Robert Hoeflich. Maysville, Ky Mrs. Emma L. Latta, Lexington, Ky C. aud Martha Diggs, Lexington, Ky B. A. Spangler, Louisville Ky Gladys Huffman, Butte Mont Howard Snepherd, Lexington Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd .Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky A. J. Wintersmlth, 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. Volienwclder, McArthur.0 Daniel Boone Clnb, Richmond, Ky Daniel Rooue Club, Richmond, Ky...: Newland Jones Richmond, Ky W. F. White Estate, Lexington, Ky Good & Co.. Lexington, Ky Ky , W. F, White Estate, Lexington, Annie P. Peay. Lexington Ky A. L. Marschall, Lexington, Ky W. D. Finch. Danville, Ky John L. Fischer, Louisville, Ky D B. Good. Lexington, Ky V. N. Gardner, Lexington, Ky Mrs. Jennie Fesler. Cincinnati, O Luke V'. Milward, Lcxingtou, 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. 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. Sallie Owens, Lexington, Ky F. C. Smith, La Grange. Ky ValentaSentney, Lexington, Ky Mis. J. D. Armstrong, Lexington, Ky Total Profit Over Cost 20x5 17.-- s.50 DXti 8.00 20.05 80 90 9.50 8.50 17.it 17.11 SO.Ot; 2j.0iJ 17.11- I ojfi 8.50 8.50 7.50 o.0t; 17.lt 17.41 15 00 15.00 15.00 17.11 17.44 17.41 17 44 17.11 17.41 15.00 15.00 12.57 12.57 12.57 7'o ". 7.50 s.50 sj0 .'. 3.59 8.50 8,50 soo 7.50 70 CJM c.J.0 co gjo UJ7 1257 1x57 12.57 12.57 ' 50 c.50 6.50 sjo .. 6J0 c.50 53.50 50.50 50.50 40.50 45.50 49.30 1 1257 12.57 ' i.co 1 141.00 14.00 4950 49.50 4S.50 129.00 111. J 111.00 141.00 IKS CO .. ii;o 4I.J0 17.50 1S2.C0 12(1.00 ... 41 JO 41.50 1M5.(0 117.00 117.00 1S2.0O wjzq 22.75 45.50 44.50 filSO 129.00 12C.0O n.50 41.50 liC CO I26.C0 12C.0O 4150 42.50 . 12.50 4.1.50 42.50 41.50 42JVJ 41.50 41 120.(0 120.C0 125.0O 1C0.CO 117.CO fa 41.50 11.068.25 2.717.15 120.00 117.C0 117.00 117.10 $1,415.40 PlltttorC Bhen-matis- -- THE SUPERIOR. fall goods. J. C. Napier has two children very low with whooping cough. F. M. Carter has started his saw mill after being shut down for 12 or 15 months. John T. Allen brought in a stalk of corn 14 feet high. John had forethought and pulled off all the corn. J. B. Conn can furnish you with all size picture frames, at prices. Has a large stock of molding to select from. Months of neglect cannot b3 over come by feeding a jfew doses of the remedy after hogs are" past help Avoid risk and make extra flesh by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy in time and according to directions. For sale by J. M. Higginbotham. lm rock-botto- S.S.S.eBlood is Bros, Items. Beaz'ey bought of W. B. Land a gelding for S50. Samuel Anderson bought of Bros, six mu e colts at (28. D. N. P e .vitt bought of Mrs. Mary Givens a buuch of lambs at S4. James Siler boughtjn Casey a bunch of heiftrs at 3c and. some steers at 4c. A Mt Sterling firm sold 18,000 bushels of seed at 54 to 55 cents. R. C. Nunnelley sold to Lynn & Allen HO yearling steers for Oct 1 delivery at 4a W. G. Cowan bought here Monday 10 haifers at $10.75 and four steer cal vesatSSl. WA. Hail bought of Joe Mack Smith and H. D. Baughman 25 yearling steers at 522. Interior Journal. Pei-kiblue-crra- fubely vegetable, and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no For particulars potash, mercury, or other mineral. Books on the disease and its treatment mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. Lincoln A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, call on J. C. HemjMll, local apt, Lancaster! Ky. John Hoshal W. C. Slimer. Skin Diseases. SLIMER & HOSHAL s tickets to St Louis at one fare. October 2n, 3d, and 4th limited to October 13th, account Grand United Going Sown Hill. Order of Odd Fellows (Colored); ironclad continuous passage forms to be People suffering used by Agents who have them. from Kidney Diseases Incomparable Service. feel a gradual The Queen & Crescent trains are the but steady loss of finest trains run in the State of Ken- strength and vital- tucky. ity. They should Four daily trains to Cincinnati con- lose no time in tryiug nect with the main hiehwavs of the Foley's Kidney Cure, a lm Great Trunk lines of the North, West Guaranteed Preparation. and .East. This is the line to over the last two years that cannot be beaten KNIGHTS OF PYTHtAS Washington, New York, Boston and NEW OIL CUPS IN DISC and a large single Steel Drag Bar. The A. T. Stevens the East simplest drill on the market A great many have been sold and every Tom Stevens bought of The Queen & Crescent connects with Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights one has given perfect satisfatction. It is the ORIGINAL and only per- So barrels of corn at 75cU per bbl in every line out of Cincinnati. field. A., fect Disc Drill made. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The Superior Robert'ArWld boufht'sose shoats S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. of Pythias, meets every Thursday W. G. Morgan, D. P. Lexington, Ky. will first-clas- I. O. O. F. (COLORED.) StLouU, Oct 4.10. The L. & N. will sell round-tri- p 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, oux comrissioy charges scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, $3.00 PER CAJt FORIIOGS, $10. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and PER CAR FOR CATTLE. granulated lids. for Reference: Western German Bank, O Dr. fady's Condition Powders Cincinnati, horses are the best tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents- - Sold by E.E.MiRb3 rts, Druggist, Lancaste ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" Keinedy, are FIRE aal LIFE INSURANCES SPEINGEDELD teel Frame JOisc Iril FIRE MB MARINE CO 1 INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OP NEW YORK. Robinson & Hamilton Agls Li.xcA.STER, Office ovei Post Office. :: Kentucky : ' 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. night in Odd Fellows hall. All vis G. S. GAINES, Agt., Lancaster, Ky. inJMtKV, OBAnVrCUCF cures Item Md Toothache Sour Stomach ;. Price, 25 Cents. PjHf amNUBIAN v CQres Dyspep- sia, Constipation and Indi- tea gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 eta. iting Knights are fraternally invi G. B. Swinebroad, C.C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. Bring us your Job Printing. lathe best fnrrn!iTrii!iTn Corrects all Irregularities in Female Organs. Should be lasen inr iwate 01 ui ana Derore PUattr "01i Time" Rcscdka have stood the test for twenty years. Jtado only by New Spencer llcdldne Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster