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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, BEPrEMBE Court of Claims. TOST IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER, bating of the will of Elijah Kelley. f Partridges will be plentiful- Wtnt d, vea calves, H. 15. All the latest Novelties in Woolens for men's wear now in, come and see Northcott them. J. C. IIempnilL For Exchange. Fine bicycle to trade forBlickinsder (Friday) fer Particulars at this type-write- r. Suits for 0.51 Lawn party J. C. HemphillSy tomorrow Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and be Buy your shoes and furnishing goods " happy. from J. B. Jennings, and get the handhe THE VERY BEST, Many people and little business sometonew 50 buckbpard that sept-I!-is gogive away. ing court diy. Will pay lOe for fresh eggs; 5c for Fresh Timothy Seed for sale at T. hens, spring chix Go for large, 7c for Carrey's, cheap. small; young dux 4c, old 3c geese 25 e candies at Edmins-ton'- s to 30c 11. B. XortheotU Pure Ivandy Kitchen. Cut Ros;s and Carnations for sale Call and see a beautifulline of Rugs Friday and Saturday, fresh from Cinat J. A. Beazloy & Co. cinnati green house. Will sell cheap to start the season. J. C. Thompson.. The best two lior.se wagon on the 1 V. I. tti!li:un. Col. W.G. Welch. market at (1. S. Gaines', v Trained Nurses. Lancaster. Stanford. Parties needing trained nurses would Knights, go to the lodge this even-in"- '. do well to note ad. of the Pattie A.You ar wanted. WELCH WILLIAMS Clay Lifirmary, which appears elseLovers of a delicious smoke prefer where in Tub RKCOitn. the Proctor Knott cigar. lloiirbon Steam Laundry. Go to the lawn party at Dr. Herrings Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the tomorrow (Friday) night IJourbon Steam Laundry. Leave tf Ky. A stray hog at T. Currey's. Owner orders at Sweeney's store. casi get same by p yln charges, l Wheat, All business attended to promptly I would like to do your plain sewWe have some splendid seed wheat ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. for sale. It has been screened clean, and uniform grain, call and see us. For Sale. H. A. B. Makksuurv. Forty 010 lb. steers, 10 heifers. Sio.oo T. M and W. McC. Johnston. Dont fail to see my Tailor-Mad- e Friendship Heart Charms for brsea-let- Suit for Ten Dollars. It is in gold and silver, at J. C. Thomp- and a perfect fit is guaranteed. ' J. Q HemphilL son's. McSherry Disc D rills night oilice. IRE 0 SEE SAMPLE. J. R. Haselden, Home-mad- Jfc, HARDWARE STORE. k Attorneys at Lav, Lancaster Sei-i- sep-U- s, l, BIAZLET&BAfffiHHAH. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. &c. Notice. An interesting letter from Manse Taxes p?.st due. Tay be'ore" the reached this office last Friday. It was mailed several days before and its penalty goes on. hard to see why it should be delayed J. 15. Saxdkks, S. G. C. in such a manner. Wheat threshing continues. Xcarly Lexington Trots. everyday .1 machine crosses the square inclusive. One fare trip October en route to a new stand. daily, via the Queen & Crescent Route. Policeman Walker says there was G"od until Oct. 10th to retur.i. Ask not a drunken man in town Monday. your ticket agent for particulars Somthing wrong; sure. Strayed. Clean out ymr eUtcrns before the Yellow jersey heifer, with ar in fall rains set in. It may preveut fever forehead, 1 year old, information of in j'our homes next summer. her wherabout, thankfully received In the county court Monday nothing and liberally rewarded. of importance was done save the pro R. A. Stone Lancaster Ivy. ville on the Fisher's Ford road. There The Garrard county court of claims is a house and other improvements on All parties the place. It is known as the Jno. L. will meet next Tuesda ho'ding claims against the county Smith farm. should have them in before that time. Lawn Party. Bus'ness about the Court House has The lawn party to be given at the baen exceedingly dull lately. County residence of Dr. Herring tomorrow Clerk Duncan says if work don't p'ck (Friday) evening will be a very enjoyup soon some of the oflicials will have able affair. It is to be given for the to go to plowing again. benefit of the Baptist church. ReOnly 25 The Western Christian Advocate freshments will be served. says: "Mr. Beauchamp sways the emo- cents admission. Go and help a noble tions of a vast audience at will. Strong cause. sense, keen satire, brilliant repartee, Free.scathing redicule, and irresistible An imported, bristle clothes brush, drollery are mingled in his efforts. made in Germany, value SI, will be given with each pair of pants, suit or l'reacliinjr All AVeelc. Rev. Henry Faulconer has ben overcoat bought of Howard Tailoring preaching in the Presb3terian church ompany, and satisfaction guaranteed eve.y night this week. He is endeav- in price, fit and quality. M. D. Hughes, Agent oring to thaw out the members and crca'.C new interest in the church. The Hud'derar Mill. I have rented the famovs Eudderai Kemovals. Rev. Clark, the Methodist minister, Mill, near Gilberts Creek, and am to furnish the very best Hour has moved his family into the house on Stanford street recently vacated by Will make a specialty of custom grindwheat W. McC Johnston. Mr. Johnston and ing. Farmers, bring along and com. Satisfaction guaranteed. f unily will move into the Bradley - C. 7 JohnPotts. on Lexington street. Rev. Campbell It. t.ira. Telephone Sold. Rev. T. II. Campbell returned last Mr. J. II. Bastin, of Crab Orchard, has purchased the controling interest week and preached at the Baptist in the Lincaster and Crab Orchard tel church Sunday. We never knew a ephone line He bought ten shares at minister to be more unversally liked Slid, The line does a good business by all denominations than is Mr. Campbell. He is a christian in every sense at d is making money. of the word and tli3 piople, irrespecSew Iaw I'irm. tive of denominational ties, should sej Messrs Ltfwis L. Walker and II. W. that he is kept here. Hatson have formed, a partnership for Having rented Dudderar's Mill on the practice of law and will have their office on Lexington street They are Dix River, near Gilbert's Creek post both hustling young men and will office, will run an Exchange Hous3 in Lancaster, Ky., f r the benefit of the sgoj build up a lucrative praetive. farmers. Will keep on hinds choice Cot. W. II. Zeiglcr, prohibition can flour, meal, brin, shipstulT, etc Cal. didate for c mgross, addressed a fair on R A. Stone, the hustling merchant, siz'j crowd at the Court House Mon on Depot St for particulars. Hoping day. We had the pleasure of meeting to gain your patronage, 1 remain, Col. Zeigler and find him a model, Johx H. Potts. Christain gentleman. d 10-- From all Otk The fork Our line of Fall and "Winter Dress Goods is now complete. "We "would be glad to have you call and give us a look through. -- "We are showing a handsome line of SILKS suitable for Skirts, "Waists and Trimming. The making of a gown is a problem, but selecting the goods is difficult. "We can help you in gown selection by insuring you the choice of the prettiest and newest line of Suitings ever shown. Our lines of Fall Preached Sunday. Mr. W. II. Zeigler, candidate fcr congress on the Prohibition ticket, preached at the union meeting in the I5jl.t!.st church Sunday night. He also conducted communion serv!c3s in the Presbyterian church Sundiy morning. A da in a. Mrs. Virginia Adams, widow of Andrew S. Adams, died at her home in this county, Friday. She was in her "1st year. Deceased was a good, chris- and Winter Jackets and Capes tian woman and had many friends. She leaves the following children: J. L., J. F., A. J., C. M., M. J., and M. R Adams, Mrs. A. B. Brown, Mrs. John Kurtz and Mrs. Snip Kites. The remains were interred in the familj- - bu- ready for your inspection, in Fall and Winter weights. Just in and Tans, Patent Leather, Vici Kids, Enamel Calf, all New Style TOIES OI S 4 a-aa-- d. LASTS fVIVV ) fifn 7 V IU I 1- -9 1 fa Prwm &9 M tn $5 Ml I I EUUU Spim IU OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT IS NOW COMPLETE PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. "Don't fail to see our Buell Bootees, we have them this season ranging in price from $3.50 to $5.00. For wear and solid comfort there is nothing better. m ?r flnni. OillJUUIlJJllIU Ul x ni u T I UU 11 U U LI wnv U 11 U 11 u FOR GIRLS and BOYS. LOGAN & ROBINSON, Lancaster, Kentucky. I Kay l'ous. The Knights of Pyhthias lolge re- s lmed its meetings Thursday niirht. rying ground Saturday afternoon. after resti ig through the summer months. A large number were presei t Narrow Kscape. and indications point to a big revival While filling a prescription Monday in the order. Mr. Jno. E. Stormes came near losing his eyesight. He was pouring from a To Visit the Schools. Miss Elisa Lusk, county superinten-:dan- t, bottle containing a strong acid and will during the month of the stuff by some means splashed. viit the schools in the'eaunty. Had it not been for his glasses most of As this will take up so much time she the burning fluid would have gone inwill only be at her office on Saturdays to his eyes. Fortunately only a small and court dtv during the month tf quantity entered and the clever pill roller esc.iped with only a tl 13 's inSure Fit. tense suffer! ii;?. The wayfaring mm, ithough a fool, Annual Convention. could not err in my miasuiM blanks. Christain church, Chattanoogi, You are sure to get a fit. If you do 1893. One fare not don't take t le suit. Come and Tenn. Octobar the round trip via the famous Queen & compare prlc;s and quality of goods. Crescent Route. Tickets on sale from M. D. liuouKS, Agent. all points, October 10th to 13th, good l.ot. until Oct. 24th to return. Sie that Between Lancaster and. Paint Lick your tickets read by the Queen & Cresgold handle pocket knife, t in leather cent. Handsome vestibuled trains case. "II. N. Beard'' engraved on han Short Line. Free reclining Chair Cars dle. Liberal reward for return to this on night trains. Ask your ticket offics or R. Kinnatrd. Knife was lost agents for particulars. sep about first of this month. "Will Probably Remain In. Arm Kroken. Reports from Lexington indicate A high chair overturned with little that the Second Kentucky, instead of C.iristine Merritt Saturday breaking being mustered out, will be kept in the the girl's arm. Drs. Kinnaird and Grant service. Qhis is no doubt correct, as attended her. The pretty little Miss, the regiment is the bsst the state of- while suffering greatly, bears up well ered U jele Sam. It would haye been under the pain. at the front during the war but for the looseness of a political screw someMiss Wilkin,' First Good l'lctuces. We don't know where the The first portraits taken of Mary E. where. Wilkins which she has ever liked will trouble was, but from all indications be printed in tho October Ladies Home there was shenanigan somewhere. Journal. There will be nine of them, Prices and Ouality. and they will show the famous New I have 1,000 samples for Fall and r England at home and with Winter Suits, which are offered at the her friends around her. very lowest prices. I make small profits in order to sell. Tailor made Dr. Goldstein Coming. Dr. Goldstein, the eminent optician suits as low as S11.25, up to S30. alt. wool, suits from of Louisville, will be at Hotel Wednesday Oct 5th, that one day only. If 87.50 to SIS. Come and test the goods j'our eyes are troubling you now is the and compare prices and qualities, and time to correct them with properly ad- you will buy. Thanking my old cus justed glasses. Delay is both costly tomers, I. invite everybody to come to come to see me before buying. and dangerous. M.' D. Hughes, Agent The "Wheat. Vom Klppur. A great deal of the wheat threshed Mr. J. Joseph closed his store Mon early, and in sacks and bins the weevil has made its appearance, and in day to observe "Yom Kippur," the day some instances damaged the wheat ve of fasting and prayer for the atonement ry materially. The white weeyil has of the year's sins. The entire time also commenced on the stacked wheat. from Sunday evening at sundown unWould advise all farmers to give til sundown Monday evening was prompt attention to their wheat to spent in fasting and prayer. With the coming of fall and the annual decay prevent damage by these insects. of vegetable matter, people are troubOld Fence. led more or less with biliousness. The There are locust posts on Mr. Sim R. use of drugs was not known in the time Cook's farm that have been doing s of Moses, and he chose Nature's methfor near 03 years, and are still od of revolutionizing the system twenty-fhours of continuous fasting sound and good. They were put up by our Mr. C. C. Stormes, for j'ears Garrard's from food and drink. richest citizen, and who, when a boy, Card from Mr. Rttcker. was an expert at putting up post and The neighbors around my propertj rail fences. Stanford Journal. arc complaining because I am on a Land Sale. trade with the colored people of LanMr. Tommy Robinson, as agent for caster to sell them my pioperty for a the Columbian Finance and Trust Co., Colored Baptist Saminary. If the peosold the ninety-'oi- r aris of lard ad ple of Lancaster cared for their town vertisel in The Reccbo to Mes.rj. Jeff as they should, and have the rabble of Duan and Jchi A. Wood for S3. 520. horse jockeys who collect from time to time on this street, removed, which The land lies bo yen miles from-Dar, 10-story-telleReady-to-we- are now corning n. handsome line of sty! prices reasonable. Very and The Logan Dry Bocds Go. is a nuisance to any town, especially I Our Stone on a nice, public street like this one, I publication. I letter got in too late for their property would bring its full "l!to. (miivciiN Jlectins. val ie and we would not have to resort to any means to sell; as dwellings The meeting conducted by Eld. Geo. would sell for dwellings an. I not pub-- (Jowen at Hubble, came to a close Sun- lay night, he h iving received sjven- lie institutions. Respectfully, I. C. RrcKEi:. ieen into the church during the two .vcek's time. The Prince of Orators. Hon. J. Beauchamp, the Eld. D. T. Broaddus, of Belle Plains, lecturer, traveler and writer, will Kansas, .filled Eld. George Oowen s pulspeak at the Court House in Lancaster pit at the Christian church Sunday for six consecutive nights, beginning morning. He is a splendid preacher, Saturday night October 1st. These and his discourse was greatly enjoyed. lectures are free, with the exception of Trustee Election. the last one, to which a small admisOa Saturd ly, Octobjr 1, two trustees sion will be charged. We congratulate the ladies of the W. C. T. U. on will be elected in each school district. their good fortune in securing such a The one receiving the highest number noted and popular lecturer, and sin- of votes qualifies in June and the one cerely hope the citizens of the city and receiving next highest number qualicounty will appreciate their effort by ties at once. packing the court room on the first v. o. or a. night, as well as each succeeding night A lctl e o; the "Fraternal Order of auring tho week. Comj and bring America" was organizid in Lancaster your boys. Wednesiay u!ght. This makes about Dr. Yoitnsr Keturnctl, adoz;a lodges now in town. Those :el!ow.s who The people of Richmond, irrespectto get away from ive of denomination, arc congratula'the old worn tn after suppor belong AV. Young on the action ting Rev. (. of the Flemingsburg conference in re- to all t.ie orders. turning him to this city, as pastor of Cloud Ouality. I.Price. the Methodist church, in which capacile suits at S10.7.", equal Our tailo"r-m- a ty he has so ably and earnestly labored for the past three years. His appli- others at and those at $to and cation for the field secretaryship or the 313 equal many others at SIS an 1 20. interdenominational prohibition move- Our ready-mal- e suits at SS, S10 and ment was unanimously recommended by the conference, but the Bishop was 12 are positively all wool and very loth to loose him from active service in low in price. Examine the Samples the ministry and sent him back here for yourselves. About 1,000 to select to finish his four years pastorate oL the Richmond church. Richmond Re- from.. Boys and young men's cloth ing a specialty. The best quality of gister. Dr. Young is a great favorite in Lan- Furnishing Goods from Wanamaker caster, where ho did excellent work and Brown, at Philadelphia prices. for the temperance people in both Come and buy a complete outfit at retheir elections. He always has a crowd- duced prices. Pants made to measure at :! to SS. Perfect fit and satisfaction ed house when he speak here. guaranteed. Overcoats are priced at Should be Remedied. mark. Passengers for the night tra;n3 M. D. IIconE3, Agt. to shiver on the platform at the depot or stand in the rain every night. The waiting room is not open Tke Royal is the highest grade baking powder known. Actual tests show it goesoao-t&Ied at all and no agent is there 1 rr. furtier tbca oaf otier bread. ceive or check baggage. The people of Lancaster are working hard to baild up travel for these trains and appreciate the great accommodations given by putting them on, but when cold weather sets in it will go greatly against the grain to have to stand in the snow and sleet to wait for them We believe Mr. Hood will have this remedied, as he is a sj.lindiJ railroad man and a c'.evjr gentleman. To show that our people appreciate the rcw train the City Council is having a new sidewalk made which will run friin the Public Square to the dopot, and his ordered lights place 1 along wh'ch Absolutely Pure are to burn all night, or until the last train arrives. Come, Bro. Hood, don't compel us" t) eat our bread without VOMC BAKIM POWCCfl CO., any butter. " wi-,low-wal1 nl MB POWDER NEW ROYAL CENTRAL RECORD JCOPIS LANDRAX, V ft ;kvzey;vekk by Publisher. STATE NEWS .$1.00 . .60 . .25 PICK-UP- S. l a LAXCASTER, KENTUCKY. SON YAB, IK ADVANCE. Months. THE STATE GUARD. Speculation a tc- - ir ncor;anlr.atlon Lruck KctluouU Mar Nut 15 o Reinstated. The Herbert WANTED TO DIE. .fcuuud Unconscious " " FRIDAY, September, 30 1898. West Point graduate stands about as much show with this administration as would a cat in hades without claws. A Klem and Mla Lettie Greeu, liotli Had Taken Morphluo Hut Will Kecuvcr. School Bo ks McRobrts' Drugstore. Old books taken in exchange. feu When you are in town do not fail to give the BLUE It GRASS A CALL. GROCERY Versailles, Ky., Sept. 23. A sensa tion was caused by the finding of Her bert Klem, a harnessmaker, age 23 ears, and Miss Lettie Green, aged 17, military companies in the state were in an unconscious condition in a room mustered out of the service of the of Daniel Green's residence, both hav- 1 1' Ilobson will stuff the Colon full of declared, ng taken morphine. Both were fully was btate when war Facts About Bankruptcy. REPORT OF THE CONDITION po.iticians he could certainly raise her. and since then only three or four new dressed. Two notes were found. One Petitions for voluntary bankruptcy plan could be carried The wind-baorganized to written by Klem stated that he had may be tried now under the new law om panics have been perfection. out take the place of these regiments. lost his situation and would be better which went into effect July 1. For inGov. Bradley will not discuss the mat- off dead. voluntary bankruptcy, not before NoThe daily papers must have a bi ter, but it is semiofficially stated Miss Green's note said she loved for sale that he will not reinstate the 1st Klem better than any one in the vember 1. lot of display and poster By a "voluntary" bankrupt the law since the war closed and they can no and 2d regiments, two of the oldest world, and preferred dying with him OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT means one who files his own petition headlines. longer use the iack-bi- ll and the ciack regiments of the state. to living without him. They asked to without waiting for his creditors to CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT 20,1 898 duty be buried side by side. After workgarrison The Jst doing raise callous spots camping on his s have n Porto Rico under command of Col. Mi:. McKin'i.ey's with -- them several hours phy neck. RESOURCES. caused the old gentleman a heap of Castlemau, Gov. Bradley's bitter en sicians restored tnem 10 conscious' 91 A voluntary bankrupt files with his Loans nnd discounts trouble. He stands b his assistants emy. J lie ia comprises among outers ness, and it is believed both will rem petition a schedule of his debts and Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. . w.uuu 33 w u. a. uonds to secure circulation however, and if there is any way to the Covington and Newport companies cover. Stocks, securities, etc 400 00 his property. s he does not and was recently ordered out of the cover their Klem and Miss Green had been fixtures 11,000 00 If the court decides the petitioner a Other real estate and mortgages own- hesitate to do so. bcrvicc of Uncle Sam. CoL uaithcr sweethearts for some time. Klem had a meeting of the creditors is Dueeafrom National Banks (not Re iu,iyy uu and Gov. Bradley are said to be on not been drinkinr hard for several weeks bankrupt serve Agents) called. 8.9!H a Gen. E. II. Hohsox was elected pros much better terms than Rradley and and both became despondent. 2.711 51 Due. from State Bunks and bankers.. Here the bankrupt may speak freely. Due from approved reserve agents 40,213 K! ident of the National Mexican Veter Castleman. 43 84 and other cash Items His explanation may never be used Checks ans Association last week. This was HOSPITAL REFORM. LOGO 00 Notes of other National Banks "o Cnolnrsi lletween Bradley and Galther. against him in criminal proceedings. Fractional papercurreucy.uiekels.cts 232 12 an honor richly bestowed. Gen. Hob $14.Go2 00 Frankfort, Ky., Sept 27. Gov. Every One In Authority is D:clplinlng Ills The creditors select a trus.tec. He Specier son is a gentleman of the purest type 1.000 00 notes Bradley denies that there is any fricwinds up the business and pays divi $ U,00'.' w a soldier is perfect. an his record as Subordinates Nurse Sent to the Redemption Fund with U.S. Treastion between him and Col. Gaithcr, of dends. 2,250 00 Guardliuu-teurer (o of circulation) He says the talk of After a month the bankrupt may ap the 2d reriment. Hox. Geo. M. Davison, the republi $404.0J2 18 Total coolness is absolutely unfounded. Lexington. Kv.. Sent 27. At the ply for a discharge. Notice must be can candidate for congress, will open LIABILITIES. his campaign hy making a speech at He further says: "I am reorganizing division hospital nearly everybody is given to creditors. If the bankrupt Capital $200,000 00 stock paid in I can being disciplined. Gen. Sanger, hav has satisfied all requirements he is en Surplus fund Richmond, Monday. Mr. Davison will the state guard and of course, 40,000 00 regiments now in the ing been talked to by the secretary of titled to relesse. Undivided profits, less expenses and make an active canvass from now on not wait till the 1,230 taxes paid volunteer service shall be mustered war, is now doing the same thing to In involuntary bankruptcy proceed National Bank notes outstanding 4",000 00 and little grass will be allowed to S.V9G 40 out in order to reinstate them in their the men under him. Sunday night he ings are begun by the creditor or cred Due to other National Banks grow under his feet 133 13 Due to State Banks and bankers old places in the state guard service." the division hospital at 7 itors, who allege an "act of bankrupt Individual deposits subject to check. I08,rt;i 87 arrived at which watches are cy" and ask a decree. o'clock, the hour at $404.022 18 Gov. Bradley refused to pardon a Total BIG TIMBER DEAL. Transferring property to defraud changed. He found that day doc young dude for carrying a pistol and creditors would be an act of bankrupt State of Kentucky.County ofGarkahd.ss : docendorsed on the application these Eaw Mill Plant and 85,000 Acres of Timber tors had gone off before night I. Wm. II. Kinnaird. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above tors came, leaving the wards without cy, or transferring property while words: "The fact that young Skelton Laud Near Irvine Sold to An solvent to certain creditors with intent statement is true to the best of my knowledge a sufficiency of medical help. As he w.u. 11. JyI.ukd, is of a good family does not excuse and uenei. Syndicate. Cashier. could not find the doctors he began to give them an advantage over other him, but rather aggravates the offense. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28 creditors. R. Kissaird. day of Sept, 1898. his work with the ward men, clerks "J he prompt punishment young men of Richmond, Ky., Sept 23. Through Notary Public. The bankrupt is entitled to trial by of good family will have a salutary ef real estate agents G. V. Evans and C. and anybody he happened to see. a Commission expires January 16ch ll'OO, jury upon questions of fact raised in correct Attest : When he left Dr. Garrett went the fect." E. Smith, of this city, a deal was closAlec R. Denny, ) rounds of the wards. He found half a the petition. Jno. E. Storm es, Directors. ed at Irvine by which 25,000 acres of After a decree ) A. C. Robinson. Lieut Hobsox has at last succeeded valuable timber land, a large part of dozen male nurses asleep, and they the proceeding isof bankruptcy is given an involuntary bank were promptly placed in the guard in floating the Maria Teresa. The which is virgin forest in Knott and ruptcy. cruiser was towed to Guantanamo Bay Perrv counties, were transferred to house. REPORT OF THE CONDITION In either class of bankruptcy the and will be put in condition for its trip an English s'ndicate represented RECEIVED PENSIONS. jndge may name a referee to consider North. Ilobson says he can raise the by Ernest Fawke, of Liverpool, OF THE either the entire matter or certain Cjlon bj" means of air bags, but some Entr.. and Alex. Frazier. of To Several Kentucklaus Who II celved Atten- - questions to be considered and report supsrior officers are hamperintr him by ronto, Can. Included in the deal ttou at the Pension Department ed upon. objections to the attempt. Let him was Ingles' at Irvine, one of the l'.iBt Week. If the creditors want the bankrupt try it. There'll be no harm done if he the largest along the Kentucky river, OF LANCASTER, KY.. AT fails. Washington, Sept 20. Pensions to continue in business he may offer which will be utilized in turning tim terms which may be accepted in writ ber into lumber to supply mammoth have been granted to the following ing by a majority of the creditors. The CLOSE OF BUSINESS, SEPT 20,1898 A report has been going the rounds furniture factories, which the syndi Kentucky people: Original Henrv Incrram. Hender judge may hear an application to con of the Kentucky press to the effect catc will erect in Cincinnati. The RESOURCES. that Hon. R. II. Tomlinson, of this transaction represented an investment son, SO; Cornelius Wall, Shady Nook, firm the term and grant, if he deems the arrangement fair to the credi tors, Loans and discounts $140,877 07 12. city, is a candidate for attorney gener of S100,000. and was the biggest tim0; Gustavus Waller, Lexington, 1,155 sa Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. al, but Mr. Tomlinson tells The Rec ber deal made in Kentucky in recent Increase Isaac J. Ward, Hazard, S5 and if the bankrupt has done nothing U. S Bonds to secure circulation 23,000 00 contrary to law. 2.000 00 Premiums on U. S. Ronds oSS; Robert T. Nelson, Paducah, SO ord he is not a candidate. He has al years. LCOO 00 Stocks, After one month the bankrupt is en Banking-hous-securities, etc ways been an ardent worker for the furniture and fixtures 8,500 00 to S12; (special, September 14) Joseph real BROKE HER NECK. W. Cottiugham, Vauc;burg, S20 to S24. titled to a discharge unless he has utner owned estate and mortgages 1,250 00 cause of democracy and if he wanted Widows, etc. America committed an offense punishable by Due from National Bunks (not Re- Original the oliice his party would be paying a 91 imprisonment under the act, or des Due reseve Acreuts r, An Aged I.ady Falls Headlong Down Reevs, Grange City, S12; Matilda from State Banks aud Bankers... debt of gratitude to give it to him. inKy., With the Due from approved reserve agents.. . a'),725 82 Stairs at SS; minors of Andrew troyed his books with fraudulent Merrimac, 150 10 . Checks aud other cash items Abovo Ilesult. Eakle, Gamaliel, S12; minors of Carter tent, or for similar reasons failed to fractional paper currency, uickles The Mexican Veterans had a nice 4! auu cents keep books. Ex. Lightfoot, Beattyville, SIS; minors of time at Ilarrodsburg and Louisville. $9,S'f.G .r0 Specie Louisville. Kv.. Sent 26. Mrs. r 1,741 00 notes This is an organization which should Catherine Stelsey, aged 75 years, fell Jacob II. Mayfield, Goldbug, S14. Truth wears well. People have Redemption fund with U. S. Treas $ II.iU, 50 Mexican War Widows Nancy A. be kept up as long as any of the old down the steps Sunday night at her learned that DeWitt's Little Early 1.125 00 urer (5 per cent of circulation)... vets are alive. It is all very well to Lome at Pavne street and Baxter Half us, Smithfield Sa. ns Total Risers are reliable little pills for regu keep alive a war with a foreign coun avenue and sustained a broken neck. Horrible Suicide. LIABILITIES. lating- the bowels, curing constipation try, but we do not believe in meetings Death resulted in a few minutes. Short Bowling Green, Ky., Sept 24. Mrs. Capital stock paid in $100,000 00 15,300 of veterans of the civil war; for the ly before 10 o'clock Mrs. Stelsey started Rainey Johnson, aged 30 years, who and sick headache. They don't gripe. Surplus fund ; Stormes Drug Stsre. lm undivided proms, less expenses and simple reason that a family quarrel ud the steps to her room. She had resided near Auburn, Logan county, SOI taxes paid 22,500 00 National Bank notes outstandiu; will never die out as long as members nearly reached the second floor when arose from her bed Friday morning, 2.5t' 74 Due to other National Banks PREACHERS VILLE. 7C fri Due to State Il.mks aud bankers. of the household continue to talk the lost her balance and fell headlong carefully dressed herself, saturated Individual deposits subject to check. 95.404 about it. 2,Vri She was immediate oil, applied down the stairs. Notes and her clothing with kerosene John Bigsby sold a mule colt for Tax Fund bills rediscounted 1.021 91 ly picked up by a grandson and car a lighted match, and burned herself to $.M0.cit; s Total The soldiers are proying a gold mine ried to her room. A physician was a crisp from the knees to the shoulders. S15.00. Ballard Bros, bought 10 steer3 for 4c State of Kentucky, County of Garrako, ss: for the merchants at Lexington. That summoned, but before he arrived Mrs. She lingered in great agony nnd died I. B. F. Hudson. Cashier of the above named city has a great many hustling busi Stelsey was d. ad. lie found that the at noon. No reason is known lor the per pound. bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ness men who keep a weather eye open woman's neck had been broken. G. A. Siler sold a nice bunch of catment Is true to tne best ot my knowledge and dreadful deed. B. F. Hudson. Cashier. belief. for the city's interests and whenever tle at Lancaster Monday. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23 The Driver Drowned. Gov. Uradley Reviewed the Troops. there is an opportunity to bring John Cress sold 13 calves to W. P. day of Sept, 1S98.G. S. GAINE3, Notary Public. Pineville, Ky., Sept 27. William 4. Gov. Lexington, Ky., Sept crowd there they put their shoulder to Grimes for 13 per head. B. uorrect Attest: the wheel and pull together. They cr, Griggs, a prominent Baptist preach Bradley and staff arrived here at 11:30 J. M. HlGOINBOTHAM. ) W. II. Durham, of Corbin, is here was drowned in Greasy creek, six Friday morning and reviewed the 3d Directors. get what they go after and if sleepy. J. S. Johnston, ) miles from here Monday afternoon Alex Giiibs. looking after his farm this week. division in the afternoon. Two regi old Louisville don't wake up and shake He was crossing the stream when his ments of colored immunes marched We had the heaviest rain here Mon s off the hayseed the Capital horse was mired in quicksand, throw through the town and took part in the day night we have had for some time. witl soon forge ahead of her. S. BEAZLEY, Ing Griggs into the stream and drown- review, which they did not do when Mr. Saylor and son, of Bell county, JflT Griggs was from ing him instantly. the great battle sh!p "Ken Union county, Tenn., and had been in Secretary Alger was here. Many was here last week looking for a farm. Wiies Teeth filled and extracted with tucky,1 sails the high seas she will this county about two months orgauiz strangers were in town to witness the J. L. Ilutchins bought of Jas. Robout pain. Crown and Bridge review. carry the name of our beloved Com ing Sunday schools. erts 20 yearling steers for S20 per head Work a specialty. Office overT. S. Elkiu'a mon wealth to people who have not meat shop, In the new Thompson buildicg. Insurance Company at Howling Green Can Not Fight In Kentucky. Frank Gross has returned from the so much as heard of us before, and it Bowling Green, Ky., Sept. 27. An mountains with a nice bunch of cattle Ky., Sept 24. Gov. Frankfort, should be the pride of our people to insurance company has been organ"Silver Plate that Wears." see that she has nothing inferior to Bradley, upon receiving a telegram ized called the Planters' Insurance Co. John Siler, who is working at the arrange any ship on the waters The people of conve3ring the rumor that Its object is to insure farm and Lexington stock yards, is Here buying the state should not ignore this mat ments are being made to have the detached property, stock. which, it fight in this state near ter, but see that a silver service is Corbett-McCoclaimed, can be done at much cheaper Thompson & Brown bought of Gezle, placed upon her which is just a little Cincinnati, issued a proclamation Fri rates than the regular companies at Crab Orchard, about any ever presented other day warning all persons not to attend charge. better than steers for 3 the same and directing the peace ofli ships. Rev. F. B. Jones, who has preached Frank 11. Klchardsou Dead. cers of the state to take steps to sup Hopkinsville, Ky., Sept 20. Frank for the Methodist congregation here Pointing to the stars and stripes press the fight if attempted in Ken for two years was sent to the Morelaud B. Richardson, democratic politician No. 36 BAKING DISH. floating over Manila, Admiral Dewey tucky and assistant adjutant general of Ken Circuit this year, and Rev. Clay will Louisville Man Killed. said: "I hope it floats there forever, handsome article Mipdlesboro, Ky., Sept 20. Jake tucky during Gov. Brown's adminis- take his place at the parsonage. forever. It is strange that we have Miss Hattie Elmore, who has been wrested an empire from those people. Vanbebers, of Virginia, shot and fatal tration, died at home in Pembroke and just as practical and and that with the loss of only a few lv wounded William D. Denham, of Saturday night of complication of visiting at Jellico, has returned home men. Our navy did most remarkable Lovisville, here. The crime, it is al rheumatism and nervous trouble, aged accompanied by his sister. Rev. W. B hands40 years. Ragan is at home this week on a visit work. If 1 were a religious man, an leged, was unprovoked. Millard Baler and wife, is visiting at Whether it is used New Telephone Company. 1 hope I am, I should say that it was Rabid Dogs in Mercer County. TJaruodsburg, Ky., Sept 27. The the hand of God. I remember, when Frankfort, Ky., Sept 24. The Ger Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. George King, to serve plain baked beans scare in Rose Hill precinct man town, Brooksville and Augusta and son, Carl, has been visiting at we engaged the fleet, seeing shells mad-doMiss Waidie Thompson, fired directly at us, and I do not under continues. William Taylor's Telephone Co., of Bracken county, Laneaster. or the most dainty dessert, stand under heaven why we escaped. old child and a number of cattle, etc filed articles of incorporation with the who has baen sick for some time, is improving some. Mrs. Jas. Lawrence, were bitten about ten days since. An secretary of state. Capital stockS4,000, Some reports have it that a docu other dog, belonging to Chris Peavler, L. P. Knoedler, George Doniphan and who has been sick for some time is not so well as she has been. every housekeeper as most ment, very hostile to the United States went mad Wednesday last and bit Mrs. L. A. Smith are the incorporators. is beinsr circulated in Eastern Cuba. Tom Peavler. Mrs. Peavler was taken Months of neglect cannot be over Amir aUit Thieves Raid. e On the other hand in an interview with to Junction City, where a the Niciiolasvillk, Ky., Sept 24 come by feeding a jfew doses ofhelp Courier-Journcorrespondent at Lwas applied. A valuable horse belong the remedy after hogs are past n Santiago Gen. Garcia confirms the lm ing to Dallas Mclntyre that was bitten Thieves raided this place Thursday Avoid risk and make extra flesh by nine days before went mad and had to and Thursday night The victims are feeding Dr. Haas' Ilog Remedy in time ' 'Silver Plate Wears' ' pression that his good will may be Adam Adcock, S7; George Taylor, 85, counted on by the United States. He be killed. The dogs in that precinct and according to directions. For sale and the cook at the hotel, 14. declares the Provisional Cuban Gov have all been exterminated. by J. M. Iligginbotham. lm Ep demlo (jf Typhoid Fever. ernment is mythical a name only, the Killed Over a Crap Game. including Shelby vili.e, Ky., Sept 2a An cpi republic of Cuba being as yet only Owensboho, Ky., Sept 20. Sunday Incomparable Service. represented by the army in the field mornlntr John Smallwood was shot demic of malignant typhoid fever is The Queen & Crescent trains are the He says the only government in Cuba and killed by Dick Wilson In a dis- raging in Southville, a neighborhood finest trains run in the State of Kenof the United States, which he pute over a nickel in a crap game. eight miles south of this place. There tucky. is that fully recognizes, and that it is the du Both are colored. Wilson surrendered, are now 25 cases and three deaths Four daily trains to Cincinnati conGreat apprehension is nect with the main highways of the have resulted. ty cf the Cuban soldiers to lay down but claims accidental shooting. Great Trunk lines of the North, West felt as the fever is spreading rapidly. and East. their arms and go to work "under the Mnst Fay the Taxes. protecting arm" of the United States The Sentence Stands. This is the line to Frankfort, Ky., Sept 27. In the to build up Cuba. Ky., Sept 23 The Washington, New York, Boston and Frankfort, circuit court Monday Judge Cantrill of appeals affirmed the case of the East. against the court rendered a judgment The Queen & . Crescent connects with . : CUBAN RELIEF cures Western Union Telegraph Co. in favor Ed Stephens, town marshal of Midway,- " knives, forks, spoons, "u" u"fcl u I r ,aTua"; IdDlCrS CoUc' Neuralgia and Toothache of the state of Kentucky for 84,600 for who was sentenced to 21 years for killx. own I,, X . Oi, X. JX.t UC21UglUU, ivy. m flve minutes. SourStomach ing Jasoh Miller last November. Bnpaid franchise taxes. Yf.'Q. Morgan, D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. C. uid Summer Complaint. Price, 25 Cents. Frankfort. Ky., Sept. 24. There is Some interesting sacculation here concerning the reorganization of the All of the Kentucky state guard. g is a fact that Sugar has advanced I7lbs Standaid Granulated for $i.oo; lbs for $2.00. Sal Soda but we are selling Dark Brown goes 24 Leverings coffee the best of packages for 10c; All can goods extra cheap. 2c per lb. So do nob fail to give us a call. f NATIONAL tj-p-e 'BANLPLUE GRASS GROCERY E. W. PERKINS, Clerk, GO. second-fiddler- EPH. P. BROWN, Mgr. short-coming- Be on the Safe Side and Lceal-teude- 1 Insure your Tobacco. Office, National Bank. I R. KINNIARD. men are dress Kug-lU- Not all ed by well-dresse- d J.C. one-thir- HEMPHILL saw-mi- ll Citizens National Bank but all men dressed by HEMPHILL are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a saving of at least as compared with some com petitor's prices. d My lines of Foreign and Domestic Woolens are all in and I can show you quality and prices that will interest you. Ready-To-We- ar 1,40.-- 1 Gun-the- Legal-tende- is Ml e Wool, at $6.50 to $18.00. Tailor-madsuits toyour mdasure, $10 and $35 I will guarantee to fit you, both in Tailor-made- , and Reach-to-weSuits, and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking Truly Yours. elsewhere. J. C HEMPHILL E.W. Iallard. Blue-gras- Jno. B.Slout.. DENTIST. Lit I 3 EADING ) ftUGGISTS.J Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. y tm DAIMVILL.E,, 171aa44am :- 2Jtvo-year-ol- d -: KENTUCKY. ed hand bills posted up in no less than four public places in each voting pre- cinct in sai 1 county and at the Court House uoor ior at least miriy uaj.s A useful as it is ome. A16CU0H rt UZ1 T).J T... 021Cl ISSUe. J g six-yea- r- it recommends itself to TirtT- mad-ston- thing else in that you can possibly want, Ij MOTS A 7 Rovers Bros." ftlkul.u. r 1 a.1 J. etc THOMPSON. next before date of said election. It is further ordered that if the vote Couxti-- Court. Called term Fiscal Court hereby ordered is in favor of said, bond issue then the Fiscal Court will, in obeJuly 25th 189S. dience to said vote and under the statWhereas, the lejral voters of Gar utes relating to this subject, issue rard county, voters in the general bonds in any sum not exceeding thirty-liv- e election held in and for said county in thousand dollars, (33.",003.p0) for November 1895, voted in favor of the the purpose of acquiring and maintainFiscal Court acquiring aqd maintaining ing said roads and to be issued upon the Turnpike Koads in said county, such terms as to time of payment and and the question being submitted to payments of interest and sale of bonds them, the said legal voters of Garrard as the Court may in its discretion deem county, in general election held in and best, but the bonds are not to be sold for said, county in iNovemDer ivjo, for less than their par or bear interest there.'ore it is ordered and adjudged at a greater rate than 6 per ct. per that at the regular election to be held date of issue until paid and in and for Garrard county on the first are not to extend beyond 30 years. Tuesday after the first Monday in No cierK oi ine uarrara iouniy ana rise vember 1893 which is on the 8th day Court is hereby ordered to certifv of November 189S, an election shall be copy of this order to the Sheriff held and a poll shall be opened at Garrard countv on or before the Is each voting place in each voting pre- day of August 1898. cinct in said county at which all lesral R. A. HuRJfsiDK, Judge d voters in said county shall be Garrard County "Are A true coov.M. Duncan, Clerk. Cor to vote on the question, Att: J." you in lavor ot issulug oonus ior tne Pursuant to the foregoing ord, r of purchase ana maintainance oc me Turnpike roads of the countv, free or the Garrard county Fiscal con t, which toll to the trayeling public?" and it it is made part .of this notice, an election further ordered that the Sheriff o tv ill be held and polls opened at all the Garrard county be and he is hereby regular voting places in Garrard coundirected to advertise said election and ty at the next regular election, which object therefor at least thirty days will be held November 8. 1893, which next before date of said election in election, in all respects, will be held in The Central Record, it being the accordance with the general election newspaper having the largest circula- laws of Kentucky. J. B. Sausdebs, S. G. tion in said county, and also by print- - To Be Held Nor. 8, 1S9S. Garrard privil-edge- a The Fall Quartette Will Now Bring orth It's for the Public Dressin Extra Fine Overcoats, Nollby Shirts, Stetson Hats, 'tx 't 't 'fs 't 'ts 't 't 't These together make fine harmony. V ly 'tN v 1 vi . Jv si. 4- -- '"Ts c Jv 1 1 -- 'tN 'Tx 4 sjv - v4l - 4. 'T- - - 'tN it Ina J. L. Frohman fe Co., Jjlillinery Opening, Saturday, Oct. 8. k Telephone 136, HOW To QHain a Roaster Freo. rock-botto- Danville, JV In articles suitable for Wed ling Presents. Tea Table, Dessert Snoons and Forks. Also Berry and Salad Spoons. Crjam an I Gravy Ladles. Butter Knives, the highest grade only carried. Exquisite Cut Glass in Xew Cuttings. I i 0 J are going on a trip yourself, kindly CARTERSVILLE. inform Thk Recoiid of the fact. We J. B. Conn can furaish you with all are not able to employ a Pinkerton detective to ferret out the news, so size picture a frames, at of molding prices. lias large stock unless we are told of these things we to solect irom. miss them. Corn cutting in full blast in our community. Tr ill)iUon: Prohibition!! Preaching Sunday by Rev. Bryant Co". W. II. Ziegler, Prohibition canWe will have on display a very select and elegant line of pattern W. II. Zeigler gave a very interestdidate for Congress, will address the ing hats and bonnets. talk on prohibition on Tuesday citizens of Garrard county at the folA very cordial invitation is extended to all. night lowing times and plaees: J. B. Conn cih furnish you harrows, U'oi'g-e- t Buena Vista, Frida3' evening, 7 o'clk. plows, harness, buggies, surreyes, and September 30th. Eespectfully, Buckeye, Saturday afternoon 3 o'clk. carts, at prices lower than the lowest. John W3'lie is sick of fever. October 1st. Telephone 85. J. B. Carter and wife visited friends I. O. O. F. (COLORED.) in Stanford on Saturday, returning St Louis, Oct 4.10. M a day. of Stanford, visited Miss Rella Arnold The L. & N. will sell round-triDe Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has the Tuesday. s tickets to St Louis at one largest sale of any Salve in the world Win. Marksbury is quite ill of fever, fare. October 2n, 3d, and 4th limited to October 13th, account Grand United This fact and its merit has led dishonFRIDAY, September, 30 1898 at his home in MarceUu.s Order of Odd Fellows (Colored); iron- est people to attempt to counterfeit it pass-igMesdames Charlton Elrod and Ilarry clad continuous who have forms to be L 10k out for the man who attempts to used by Agents them. Hyde left Monday for their homes, the deceive you when you call for De Witt's former to Louisville, the latter to St. Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure. Sensational Suit. Louis, Mo. lm Mrs. Emily Buford Brlstow, of Cov- Siormes Drug Store. has filed suit for divorce Mr. Hughes Aldridge is improving ington, FLATWOOD. s'owly, after a three weeks illnes-s- at against her husband, Prof. Frank L Mrs. A. II. Rice has been visiting in the home of his brother-in-laMr. J. Bristow, teacher of music in the public Lexington for several days. Mr. James Worrell bought two hogs schools of that cit'. U he plaintiff in R. Uaseldcn. her petition alleges that they were from W. L. Luwson for $10 03. Mr. Jim Cook, of has Dolph Rice, of Danville, was here married June 24, 1S91, and the result of Mr. John Gibson sold two mule colts been Miss Helta Arno'.u's guest. Mondaj. He tells us he will their union is a child, Nila Guy Bris- for 50.00, also Mr. Win. Gooch sold a Mr. George Palmer and Miss Jennie the livery business as soon as his statow, aged six years She charges the lot. Shumate visited Danville Sunday. ble is repaired. defendant with cruel and inhuman Rev. Iry Parton has sold his farm to cholas-villMr. Tom Underwood, of N Rev. II. C. Clark has been assigned treatment toward her, and with false- Mr. Moore, of Belie, Count. Price spent Sunday with home fol cs. to the locil Methodist church for the ly accusing her of unchastity. She unknown. next year. His many friends are glad further alleges that the defendant has Miss Lu'.u Anderson attended the W. Uncle Anthony Kennccly, a highly the title to a tract of land in JessaC. T. U., Convention at Louisville this to have him remain. Sunmine county, Ky., known as the Pali- respected old colored man, died week. Mrs. Norris and little daughter,Mat day night of dropsy, and was buried sades, better known as the High Charley Walker has recovered rapid- tie, leave this week for Frankfort, to Bridge Camp Meeting Grounds. She Monday evening in the colored gravely from his siege of fever and is able spend several days with her husband claims that whi.e the title of the prop- yard. who has a good j b as cleric in the a Come to the basket supper at to sit up. erty is in her husband's name, by her office of the penitentiary. School l.ouse Satu-daOat Sth. own industry and earnings she h: s Miss Mollie Douglass, of Versailles Mr. Landrara 'McFarland, of New paid 84,000 of the S5.00J purchase price, The proceeds of which will be expenwas with friends and relatives here York City, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. besides improvements placed on said ded for a globe and necessary articles this week. R. A. Burnside. Mrs. McFarland is property amounting to $2,590, and that for the school room. The ladies are Mrs. Robert E kin is visiting in visiting relatives in Lexington, and he is threatening to dispose of the kindly requested to b:ing baskets. and will attend the W. C. T. U will come to L mcaster this week. property, and that if Doors open at C o'clock p. m. Convention. to keep her from en'joying it A crowd of young people from Swee-n;- y Inv'tations are out announcing necessar' Mr. Graham IV.c, of Danville, is the wedding of Miss joine i a crowd from this vicinity Annie Robinsi n he would set fire to the cottages and fclie further claims aad spei.t Monday visiting his ousins, Messrs. Chas. and and Prof. Postle, on Thurslay evening destroy them. afternoon in huntFred Frisbie. October C, at 7 o'clock, at the home of that the defendant is an improper per- ing grapes. Those present reported son to have the care or control of tl.e'r an enj yable time. The champion W, O. Dunlap has returned from" Lex- the bride on Lexington avenue. child The plaintiff prays for an pic sers were Miss Gracie Morgan and ington, entirely recovered from his IllMrs. Maria Mays, and children, E len 'J he others present divorce on the above ground?, Clyde MeCarty. ness "f fever. and Robert, have returned from a for the care and custody of their child, were Misses Jennie Morgan, Sallie and Co. Thornton Kemper and s'ster, pleasant visit to friends in Jessamine. for an allowance of alimony and fur- Cecil Dudderar and Stella Dishon. Miss Meek, of Iloyle, were visitors in While there they attended the Centen- ther asks that the defendaut be enWhen you call for De Witt's Witch nial and made quite a protracted visit joined this city Monday. and restrained from coming Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson, of about her or her child, or ia any way accept Miss Annie Wallace left Tuesday, anything else. Djn't be talked for Texas, where she will accept a po- Lancaster, are the guests of Mr. and molesting or disturbing her or the into accepting a substitute, for pile., Mrs. W. M. Poynter. Miss Eliza Luns child until further orders of the court for sition as art teacher. sores, for burns. Stormes Prjg fori, of Lancaster, is visiting her In the absence of Judge Tarvin, the Store. lm Mesdam?s J. A. Dudderar, Susan and sister, Mrs. Barnes. Livingston Col- restraining order asked for was grantWill Lear visited Mrs. S. S. Yantis, at onel ed by County Judge M. T. Shine. Winchester this weelc Teachers' Association. Mrs. Bristow, who is a most charmLieut. Claude Wherritt has been in The Teachers' Association of the Mr. 1. S. Wall, a member of the ing lady, is in Danville an extremely critical condition for the Bryantsville precinct, convened at the 158th Indiana Volunteers, is visiting past week. Several times all hope of and has many warm friends through- Presbyterian church, Buena Vista, his brother, T. L. WalL out Central Kentucky who will recovery was lost, but he has held on with her in her domestic trou- Saturday, Sept 24th, with a large Mrs. Clara Robinson, of Texas, is and there is a possibility of his recovbles. She is a sister of Mrs. Oscar number of teaches and friends presvisiting her cousin, Mrs. John Aader-son- , ery. Taylor and Mrs. May Bu.'ord Alexan- ent The visitors as they arrived were on Lexington Avenue pleasantly greeted by Misses Alice Capt W. C. McFarland, of the 10:h der. Danville Advocate. Robinson an. I Dora Ruble, and shown Miss Jane Hopper left Wednesday Infantry, has been ordered with his to seats by Messrs. Chas. Robinson and to visit friends at Harrcdsburg.Salvisa, regiment to Iluntsville, Ala. His wife Do Not lie Imposed On. The meeting Hustonville and Covington. and son, who are visiting here this Always insist on getting Foley's Bradley Cunningham. was opened at 10:3'J o'clock, with a Messrs. John Uigginbotham and W. week, will go to that point in a few Honey and Tar, as it is positively, ab- song "America" aud prayer. solutely and unqualifiedly the best McClellan Johnston have been to Lou- daj's. Miss Mamie Lane in a short address, cough medicine. Accept no substitute. isville this weekja business. Mr. McClelland Johnston and son, which was responded to by Miss Katie lm. Miss Tevis Carpenter, a charming Btadley, have recovered sufficiently to Moore, extended a cordial welcome to be able to return home Monday, 'lhey young lady of Stanford, wa3 the guest all. HUBBLE. have been sick of fever at Sulphur 1 Miss Eugenia Bush Tuesday. Miss America Duncan read a carefulWell, in Jessamine, for a month or Bro. Gowen closed his meeting at ly prepared paper on "The Problem of Judge and Mrs. R A. Burnside gave more. the Christain church Sanday the Child." This was followed by an a dining Wednesday evening in honor Miss Harriet Wellington Glasscock litions. Essay by Miss Mary Tomlinson, subof their nephew, W. L. McFarland. was married in Cincinnati last week to ject "Great Kentuckians." Major There will ba preaching at the Don't forget the Lawn Party at Dr. Mr. Clarl: Foster Hull, of Lawrence-burg- . church Saturday night Sun- Heury T. Stantan was espacially menIlerring's, tomorrow (Fridaj-- ) evening The bride is tioned as the Poet Laureate of Kenfor the benefit of the Baj t'.st church. throughout the state as a teacher of day and Sunday night Mr. John Bright and family have tucky. The Rev. Zaigler delivered a Miss Dora Rubel. of Garrard county, elocution and delsarte. She has visit- moved to Danville and Mr. Hughes short, but very interesting talk on is spending a week with her sister.Mrs. ed Lancaster several times and made and family moved to the Bright farm Scientific Temperance. James Munday. IlarrodsLurg Demo- many friends here. She is certainly a A'stublorn cough or tickling in the Miss Millie Duncan read an essay, beautiful woman, and the lucky Mr. crat. 'The 'Jeachers' Work." Miss Al;c? null is to be congratulated on win- throat yields to Oae minute Cough Dunn, in a terse and pointed way told Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the Miss Henrie Bird Fish has returned ning her as his bri le. right spot, reliable and just what is 'What the Public Demands of the Pubto her home in C ab after a An impromptu dance was ginnin wanted. It acts at once. Stormes lic School Teacher." Dr. Ely, Presipleasant visit to her cousin, Miss Roll a Masonic Hall, Friday evening, which Drug Store. dent of Caldwell College, Danville, was lm Arnold. was quite enjoyable. A band from Mr. John Smith wife and baby spent present and delivered an eloquent adDr. and Mrs. James G. Carpenter and Danville furnished music. The young dress on higher education of our boys daughter?, Misses Tevis and Josephine, ladies present were Misses Carrie Cur-ra- Sunday with Mr. Spoonamore and and girls. Miss Lucretia Skinner closfamily. Misses Nell and Maria Grife Jennie Burnside, Mary Miller, fin returned home last week accom- ed theprograin with a brief history of Marksbury, Maggie Tomlinson, Ju-i- panied by Misses Lacresa and Lillie the Buena Vista school. May Gaines, Alberta Anderson and During the day Misses Lilian Poor, Underwood. Misses Myrtle Hughes Nell Marrs. The boys present were and Stella McCleary, of Stanford are C. and F. Frisbie, Will Walker, the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Withers. CUBAN OIL cure, Pfattf Vl Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu Marksbury, Herndon, Beazley, I 1(4191 Ed. Doty, Djnny, Harris and others. matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents It lilts She Spot. The many friends of Mr. J. L. FrohWhen suffering from a severe cold man will regret to hear that he is con- and your throat and lungs feels sore, dose of Foley's Honey ana J ar. fined to his room by sickness. Ills take a the soreness will be a t The service of Nurses who have graduated When Cordially physic'.an, however, promises to have once relieved, a g warm from the Louisville Training School cau he Adhim out in a short time. Danville o f secured at the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary of ful feeling and Richmond, parts affected will be experien coutaglous Ky,; price $15 per week,isexcept in vocate. charged. ced and you will say; "It leels so good. Application cases, for whleh $20 made to the for nurses should he If you have friends visiting you, or IT HITSthe SPOT." It is guaranteed. Superintendent of Infirmary. -);STERLING C. SILVER N. McDONNELL, Jeweler and Optician, THE Danville, Kentucky. R. KIBNAIRD'S Don't Tlie Dates. Insurance Agency Representing Over CAPITAL $300,000.00 J NOEL SISTERS. f -- OF- i SDRPLI I $65,000. . - CENTEAL RECORD. p Call at my store and we will explain. Talk about cheap Roods, when you buy of me yoa know you buy the best. We allow no one to undersell in on same grade of goods If we lend money we want interest. If we exchange goods for dollars, we want a very small margin. Buy of us and get pure groceries. LANCASTER, KY. a- In the following Fire Insurance Companies .Etua or Hartford. (Jaecn of America. National of Hartfort. riienix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and 31crcl:aiitile. !x3rmiu American of Xew York. Liverpool aud London and Globe. I also represent the old reliable 357,000,000 - first-clas- - PERSONAL. DO NOT Call and RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES. Enjoy a Pleasant Chat A. R. Dexnt. President. Jxo. E. Stobsies, Vice President. Wk. H. Kixnaird, Cashier. a. C. Denny, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embrt J. F. Robinson, Jk, Ass't Pleased to see you. NO WORRY HERE. D1RECTOR3 H. M. BALLOU. Ellie King and Lilie Leavell, enter- Sam'l. D.Cochran, Alex. R. Denny, W. R. Cook, Jas Spllmaa, A.C.Robinson. L. Davidson, Jno.E. Stormes. New York Life Insurance e, Law-son'- Liu-ifvill- e, above-describe- well-know- n sym-pathi- tained the audience with recitations. The exercises were interspersed with delightful music, which was under the efficient management of Mrs. William Smith. Oae feature was a pitriotic song, "Red, White and Blue" by the children. Miss Elisa Lusk, our worthy S.iperintendent, was present, greetin her many friends, and reports the meeting to be one of the most enjoj-a- ble aud profitable she ever attended, Among others present were Miss Janie Lusk, Prof. Postle and Prof Patter son, Principal of the Lancaster Graded Schools. By no means least among the of the day was a very bountiful dinner served by the cit'zins of Buena Vista and vic'nity, in the shade of the beautiful trees iu the yard. The people of Buena Vista have become very much interested iu the cause of education and made the day one long to be remembered by all pres ent. Much credit is also due Miss Anderson, the chairman of the Associa tioa. The following resolution was adopted: WiiEiiEAS, It has pleased Almighty God in His infinite Wisdom to remove from our midst our Mrs. America Harris; '1 heref ore, be it, Resolved, That in this death the teachers of Garrard county suffer an irreparable loss, as she was an honor to her profession, and beloved by all, and that our sympathies are extended to tne family and relatives of the de ceased. enjo--ments fellow-teacher, A Few of Points SUPERIORITY- I COMPANY. - Over All Other Heaters. The Practically INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FiRE EOWL, PRODUCES THE FOLLO'.VIMQ RrHADMHT w RESULTS: Perfect combustion of Soft Coat, consuming all tha Fumes so and Gases, gaining much more heat that in other stoves is wasted. jst Great Economy in this. St 'r?V.fgsP? The Cross Drafts from the Bowl, causes the heat to be radiated to the floor instead of to the ceiling, lUc other direct draft stoves. 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. of N Will Burn Any Kind Unprecedented Heat, Economy, Durability. Fuel with Equal Satisfaction. Manufactured for O. K. STOVE AND RANGE CO. For Sale by J. C. ROBINSOTf, LANCASTER, KY. LUCHETIA SKIXNEK, El.I.AKETII TOMLISSOS, AMEKICA Duxcax, Committee. A CRITICAL TIME of During SICK the Battle Santiago. with-17-a- d OR WELL, A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY. well-know- n y, Al-ti- OPENING, REMEMBER, a Saturday, Oct. All are 8. Kin-nair- d, Invited. Trained Nurses. grate-healiu- Miss Sallie Tillett. The Packers at the Baitle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes. Their Heroic Effects in Getting Ammuni tion and Rations to the Front Saved the day. No. P. E. Butler, of pack-trai- n writing from Santiago, De Luua, cn July 23d, says: "We all had diarrhoea CO. in more or less violent form, and when FOR SALE BY THE LOGAN DRY GOODS 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 supplied with ammunition and rations, but thanks to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able to keep at work and keep Successor to Lackey & Gulley. our healtn; in fact, I sincerely believe I have purchased the "Wathat at one critical time this medicine First-Clawas the indirect saviour of our army, lker stable and am prepared for if the packers had been unable to to furnish the work there would have brea no way of getting supplies to the front There were no roads that a wagon- train could use. My comrade and myself HANDSOME TURNOUTS, had the good fortune to lay in a sup- Ely of this medicine for our pack-trai- n REASONABLE PRICES. shortest notice. , on ve left Tampa, and I know in four cases it absolutely saved life." Special attention given CommerThe above letter was written to the cial-Travelers. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO manufactures of this medicine, the Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, RICE'BENGE. TRAVELING MEN. Iowa. For sale ;by R. E. McRoberts. 3- CORSETS s tV V W. H. LACKEK, LIVERY STABLE. NEW LIVERY. - Very Best Rigs the Jt? A house full of Bargains IE"1 0CeCK&000000000C O IR, DRY UJ HOUSE WINS 9 A house full BOOTS.J of Buyers SHOES J GOODS. CLOTHING. IE1 IRrO 2MI R Fresh eggs 12 l-2c- H BRYANTSVILLE. ts per doz. this week. Ike Dunn, Jr , n u d 155 for his brown mare this week. Male Aldridge has purchased his mother's farm in this county and will move to it soon. II. Bnik has rented Mr. Woods' farm for next year, and will be missed in this neighborhood. B. F. l'atton is building a dwelling on his farm near Bryantsville, it c ng the fourth one in this vicinity this 1 BATSON For Coughs, Croup, Hoarseness, TAKE.... Sympathetic fiiB&ands. The sympathetic tenderness of a loving husband is everything to an expectant mother, especially during her first ordeal. George Layton, Esq., a prominent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the tain relief in the various ailments preceding childbirth, and assures proper elasticity to the cords and muscles involved in the final ordeal. "Mother's Friend" is sold by druggists, or expressed on receipt of one dollar. Valuable book, "Before Baby is Born," mailed free on application. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR following case : A customer of mine, whose wife has used four bottles of "Mother's Friend" before confinement, says, after seeing the effects of the remedy, that'if she had to jo through the ordeal again, and there were but four bottles on the market, and the cost was $100 per bottle, she would have them. " Mother's Friend " is a scientifically compounded liniment which affords cer- plies especially this year, on account of so much wet weather. The three States of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota will produce 200,000,000 bushels of wheat this year. Never were such harvests seen before, and 1S98 will probably stand as a record breaker for a long1 time. Central Kansas farmers are cutting up vast quantities of damaged corn. Harvesters are kept running day and night in some casus by means of two "shifts" of hands. The work, therefore, procee is with great rapidity and the forage is secured in the best possible condition. More than twenty million free samples or De Witt's Witch Hazal Salve have bien distributed by the manufacturers. What better proof of their confidence in it's merits do j'ou want? It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the shortest space of time. Stormes Drug Store. lm This is the month to begin feeding fattening hogs. Begin by cutting off the corn and feeding it stalk and all. Give a light ration at first and gradually increase until the hogs have all that they will eat up clean. A good feed of slop, made with mill feed and sKim milk, will help materially in maintaining a good growth at a low Foley's Honey and Mn Itil toestMl OP LEXINGTON, KY. Knrae. Address. Rev. J. H. Stanley, Lexington, Ky Climax TriutingCo., Richmond, Ky J. H. Baker, Lexlugtojr. Ky J. Baker, Lexington, Ky Newport Xmvs Syndicate, Newport News Va Newport News Syndicate. Newport News, Va Newport News Syndicate, Newport, News, Va Newport Vews Syndicate, Newport News, Va M. J. Forstou, Paris, Ky Hattie Jacobs, Cincinnati, 0 Patrick and Mary Fox. JIaysville Ky E. L. Denhard, Louisville. Ky C. D. Doll, Louisville, Ky F. H.Norton. Lexington Ky F. H. Norton Lexicgton, Ky Mrs. A. T. Million, Rlchmou, Ky F. II. Norton, Lexington, Ky .. Robert HoetUch. Maysville.Ky Mrs. Emma L. Latta, Lexington, Ky C. and Martha Diggs," Lexington, Ky B. A. Spangler, Louisville Ky Gladys IIulTman, 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. Wlnterstnith, Padncah. Ky B. L. Egglestou. 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. Carroltou.-K- y Otto E. Vollenweider, McArthnr.O Daniel Boone Clnb, Richmond, Ky Daniel Roone Club, Richmond, Ky Newland Jones Richmond, Ky XV. F. White Estate, Lexington, Ky . Good it Co.. Lexington, Ky W. F, White Estate, Lexington, Ky "... Anule P. Peay. Lexington Ky A. L. Marschall. Lexington, Ky W. D. Fiuch, 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, I.exingtou, 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. II. Norton, Lexington, Ky D.B. Good, Lexington. Ky Dr. 8. 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 ValenteSentncy, Lexington, Ky Mrs. J.D. Armstrong, Lexington, Ky Cost. $ 0 Co., La Grippe, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, A Over $115,0(0.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898: Paid. $ 2U.C6 fall CO.. Atlanta. Ga. iFAffl AND STOCK NOTES. The many friends of Dr. Elliott will be glad to learn that he has in Bryantsville, and will remain with ns next year. 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 Malcolm Aldridge and family of Brodhead, M s; Lizzie Gormley, of Crab Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haselden, of Lancaster, visited 0. S. Haselden and family of this place. J. W. Farley is visitiug his sister in Louisville this week. C. M. Jennings and wife, of Danville, visited their parents cost. last Sunday. Miss Alice Dunn, of DanThere were several hundred cattle ville, is visiting her mother. Mrs.Jno. on the market Monday but few changBallard, of Lancaster, visited friends ed hands, the quality not being tin here last week. Mrs. Eliza Ballard best. Those offered were at a less visited friends in your town this week. price than they had been offered on Ike Montgomery is quite sick at this previous occasion. The mule in ark e. writing. was slow. Sucklings brought from $10 to S4o and a number were refused at those figures on account of size. Cattle was brought from 3 to 3 while the better class brought S3.C5 to $4. but few changing hands at the latter pricea y Tar IT IS THE GREAT THROAT and LUNG REMEDY. MABKSBURY. 9.50 20.P6 10M 10.30 100 lOJiO 10.." lOSA 90 rr.oo Frankfort, I.arpc Judgment. Ky.. Sept. 2S. court, of appeals Tuesday atlirmed a judgment of S5,.)()U against the Louis-vill- a & Xnshvillu Knilroad Co., hy the next, friend of Wesley Chism. of l'Vanklin tiounty. Chism was only nine years old when lie was run over by an engine and lust an m m The and a lepr. for which injury ave him 5,500. Two A the jury col Catarrh is Not Incurable years, died at his home in this county. He had been in bad health for two years. lie was the oldest man in South Christian. Henry Younjr, an aped farmer, died Monday morning after a brief illness, lie was 85 years old and leaves a large family. 1M Daniel IIorKiNSVii.T.E, O. UnU-hinso- Men Drad. Ky.. Sept. 'J8. Capt. acd Hudson sold to Price Bros., 20 yearlings at 4 cents. Tumey bought a nice bunch of calper head. ves at V. A. Lear shipped a nice load of 200 lb hogs of his own raising to Cincinnati market this week. Iludson, of Adair County, sold to Robinson & Morgan 20 cattle averaging 900 lbs at S3.G5. Dead wood is a deadly burden to a living tree. Letting the dead limbs remain robs the live part of needed sap. Star Pointer has beat 2:00 four times Thin skinned fruit, as a rule, are very poor keepers; ones are much better. You invite disappointment whenj'ou experiment. De Witt's Little Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as sura as you take lm them. Stormes Drug Store. Many farmers cut their tobacco too green. In order to obtain the best quality and color it should be allowed to ripen well before cutting. This ap 0. thick-skinne- d Farmers who pack their fruit so that all of the large apples, or potatoes are at the head of the barrel, and the of the barrel is filled with a third class produce, should not complain if they have prices cut. The merchant who sells such stuff is held responsible in our best markets, and must do what he can to protect his trade. The farmer who resorts to questionable tricks of this kind must soon suffer. A visit to the markets and a study of conditions and demands may often change the profit and loss on the farm. Epitomist There are numerous instances where "hired men" are better feeders than their employers. This often accounted for the fact that the hired man docs not have to pay for the feed he uses. There are a lot of fellows who feed their own grain who are altogether too careful of the feed to ever make those slick, fat backen pigs that sell well. If you are one of these "care" ful" fellows, and you have a good trustv hired man, you had better turn the corn crib, shorts bin and pigs over to him, while you do the rest of the chores. And, mind you, don't tell him to count the ears. washes and inhaling mixtures which reach only the surface. The disease is in the blood, and can only be reached through the blood. S. S. S. is the only remedy which can have any effect upon Catarrh; it cures the disease permanently and forever rids the system of every trace of the vile complaint. Miss But it can not be cured by sprays, Solilier Slabs :i tivro. Ky., Sept. CS. Dick Reynolds, private of Company G, 7th Tennessee regiment, while visiting- his brother at llenton, 25 miles from here, Bcriously cut Joe Harry, eolorcd, while in a drunken brawl. Harry will probably die. Reynolds was jailed in default of bail. Paducaii, J. T. Cecil has sold his farm to Mess. Perry and Joe Tuggle. M. F. Rout has been suffering with rheumatism the past week. Rev. W. M. Kuykendall is holding a protructed meeting at Tatum Well, Washington county. Charles Durham purchased a few days ago of Joe Handrickson an extra team of horses for S200. A good crowd attended the sale of F. D. Hurdett Saturday; horses sold from S40 to 78; the farm was purchas' ed by Eerea parties for 52,114 42. 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 DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Stormes Drug Store, lm Mrs. Martha Thompson, of Lancas ter, visited Mrs. Reuben Naylor last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Hurdett, of Stanford, visited their aunt, Miss Ruth Aldridge, Saturday and Sunday. James Royston has gone to Waddy. He has accepted a position, in a store at that place. Outtlify Int .liter. . FitAN'KPoitT, Ky.. Sept, 28. The Ken ion conn lv election cointuissioiuir.s. iUliKt 8 50 9,"0 80 9J0 8.50 9fl 9,"0 850 8.30 20.06 17.11 20.H6 17.41 17.41 20.06 20.06 17.41 20.06 17.11 7,"0 750 7.30 8 50 17.lt 1500 15.00 15.00 17.lt 17.41 17.11 8ji0 8.50 ,i S50 850 850 750 750 050 6- 1741 17.11 17.lt 15.00 15.00 -' 65o . (150 C50 C50 650 (!50 1257 1257 1257 1257 1257 1257 1257 1257 12.57 ... , 650 650 5350 5050 5050 4650 43.50 1257 1U.C0 141.00 111.00 129.00 111.03 111.00 111.00 1GS0O 1IS2.C0 4i50 49.50 4950 4S.50 Josie Owen, of Montpelier, Ohio, writes: "I was afflicted from infancy with Catarrh, and no one can know the suffering it produce: better than I. The sprays and washes prescribed by the doctors relieved me only though I used them constantly for ten years, the disease had a firmer hold than ever. I tried a number ol blood remedies, but their mineral ingredients settled in my bones and gave me rheumatism. I was in a lamentable condition, and after exhausting all treatment, was declaredincurable. Seeing S. S. S. advertised as a cure for blood diseases, I decided to try it. As soon as my system was under the effect of the medicine, I began to improve, and after taking it for two months I was cured completely, the dreadful disease was eradicated from my system, and I have had no return of it." Cut Him to Urnth. OwExnor.o. Ky., Sept CR At Pike's landing, on Green river, Frank Holmes was attacked by a crowd of men, who intimidated him while E.l Cravens cut him to death. Cravens and his crowd then escaped to Indiana. Holmes' friends vow vengeance. 4650 14.J0 1750 126.60 1SS.(0 117.00 117.00 182.00 temporarily, and Many have been taking local treatment for years, and find themselves worse now thanever. A trial of THE SUPERIOR. S.S.StL Blood will prove it to be the right remedy for Catarrh. It will cure the most obstinate case. Books mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Co , Atlanta, Ga. ORGANIZED 1883. PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, U OF LAH0A8TEB. FT. Capital Surplus Fund BUSINKSS $100,000 15,000 SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed were notified Tuesday, as were the cnmmis.sioiicr.s in about fifteen other counties, that unless they send at once to tilt: state. board notice Hoy Fatally Shot. of their qualification and organizaWiiiTEsnuno, Ky., Sept, 2S Little tion new boards will be appointed in Willie Nolin, the son of their places live days from Tuesday. Court Clerk "Chad" Nolin. The state commissioners say that tlus was fatally shot Tuesday morning by is to be strictly enforced. Among the his revolver falling from his pocket other counties that have not reported while crossing Poor Fork creek, near are Grant, Pendleton. Fayette, Grayhis home. son, Carlisle and Todd. Jiulge J. SI. Mejihi-11Deitd. , Judge Itarkcr Cn Try l.mintlc. Uknton-Ky., Sept. 28. FiiANic foist, Ky., Kept. 2S. The. court Judge J. M. Stephens is dead, aged 8'J years. His wife, one son and two of appeals has decided that lunacy cases can lie tried in the. criminal didaughters survive. vision of the Jefferson, circuit court. Retirement of Gen. Graham. The opinion of the court on the quesWashington, Sept, 28. Maj. Gen. tion was handed dowit at Tuesday's William M. Graham, United States session by Chief Justice Lewis. The volunteers, commanding the 2d army question was brought before the court corps, comprising the troops encamped of appeals by Attorney A. J. Npeekcrt, at Middletown, Pa., will go on the re- of Louisville, in the disc of Mrs. Taytired list of the regular army with the lor against Judge llarker to prevent rank of brigadier general Wednesday him from trying her in that division by operation of law on account of age. on a lunacy warrant He will continue in his present comArretted on Herder Charge. mand regardless of this fact, however, Phhstonbuho, Ka, Sept. 28. James at least until the abandonment of Free was arrested, in this county on a Camp Meade on account of cold weath- charge of complicity 'vin the murder of a man named llfcntley in Leslie counOppoicd to Item ival of Columbus' Re- -, ty, Ky., twayears ago. He was taken malm. to Pikeville, and lodged In jail for safe New York. Sept. 23 This telegram keeping until further instructions was sent to President McKinley Tuescould be received from tine proper auday by the league: league believes thorities of the county in which, the 'The murder was coireniitted. it voices the earnest wish of the that people of both the United States and Cuba when it urges you not to permit TEA cares Cuba's most interesting and sacred' P)HfctNUBIAN v sia, Constipation and Indirelic the remains of Christopher C- gestion. Eegulatcs the Liver. Price, 25 cts. olumbusto be removed from Cuban-AmericCuban-America- n 4150 4150 4650 22.75 6130 129.00 126.00 126 00 126.00 126.00 120.C0 120.00 125.00 120.00 117.00 120.00 4550 41.50 4450 44.50 4150 4250 ...42.50 4:!50 4250 , . 41.50 4251! 4150 4150 41.50 $1,663.25 n7.tt) 117.00 117.00 $4,415.10 Total Profit Over Cost A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, J. C. f 2.7 17.13 For particulars call on Hempliill, local W. C. Slimer. apt, Lancaster, Ky. John Hoshal. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent enre of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham- SLIMER & HOSHAL 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, OVR COMMISSION CHARGES ARE $3.ooVERCAK FOR HOGS, $10. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and PER CAR FOR CATTZE. granulated lids. Reference: Western German Rank, Dr. 0advg Condition Powders for Cincinnati, O horses are the best tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Soldby Druggist, Lancaste ALL WOMEN w ShouM know that the "OU Tliuv" iiemeUy, FIRM LIFE INSURMCEs Cashier offering the Snperior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard Assistant Cash'r county we do not offer them an experiment, but a SUCCESSFUL RE- W. O. Rignkt ALITY. Our Drill has been on the market two seasons and we have CD. Waliib Bookkeeper made improvements over the last two years that cannot be beaten NEW OIL CUPS IN DISC and a large single Steel Drag Bar. The DIRECTORS: simplest drill on the market A great many have been sold and every LEWIS one has given perfect satisfaction. It is the ORIGINAL and only per- J.M.HIGQINBOTHAM, T.M. Y. Lli.VXLL, J.S.Johnson, Arnold, fect Disc Drill made. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The Superior B. F. Hudson. will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and H. C. Abnold, Jb. J. J. W4.LXXB can be put into the hardest ground. If you want the best Disc Drill A.LXX.GIBBS, JACOB Y. R0BIN80N. made, buy the Superior. teel Frame J3isc Drill. In J. M. Hiqginbotham Lxwis Y. Lxavkix B. P. Hudson President sister of Princess Proabetskoy, has just pubMiss Hai.t.ie Erminie Rives, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Iodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night ire Odd Fellows hall. All vis itingr Knights are fraternally invi G. B. Swiotjbroad, C,C. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. SPKBIGHELD FIRE AED MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO lished a novel entitled "As the Heart Panteth." It is a folio yearning for the ideal man. Going Sown Hill. People suffering from Kidney Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality. They should lose no timo intryiug Foley's Kidney Cure,, a Guaranteed Preparation, - Robinson & Hamilton Agts Lancaster. Office ovei Post Office. :: Kentucky: T. lm J. HOOD, SUBGEOIT-DENTIST, LANCASTER, Offlce over KY toirp G. S. GAINES, Agt., Lancaster, Ky. J. c. Thompaon'i Jewelry Bring us your Job Printing. Istho best for Feasts TronMM. Corrects all Irregularities In Female unznaa. should li taken tnv Ctataie ct Life anil liftfcre SemeJicj liavo stoutl tho Hltaifr3 "Old test lor twenty years. Mfcdo onl by New Spencer Medicine Co.. Tennessee. Danvtne street. For sale by R. E McRoberts, Lancaster