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J entered at the Poet Office in Lancatter Kyt at Second Class r 0 tutfn trotVO UME X Maher 27 ihr 2 UMBER PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAH Cur Public Square and Danville Avenue p McSherry Disc Drills ARE THE M BEST SEE SAMPLE J R Haselden HARDWARE STORE Col WGWelch W I Williams Lancaster WELCH I WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky All business attended to promptly Stanford I BEAZLETBAffHMAlf FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky a i f LANCASTER KY OCTOBER 7 1898FRIDAY 1 IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER 0 QUOO 0000 OOC oe 0 ooceoo 00 0 OO4J peeeoeee00000ee0 00oo oe00ee0ee0000000MY sL OO Fresh barrel sorghum at GS Gaines Suits for 050 J C Hemphilk Electric lights have been placed in the Baptist church Peaches Grapes Pears and Fancy apples at G S Gaines Our line of dress goods is unsurpass ed J JosehX Sorghum making is in full sway The crop in the county is extra fine Fresh Timothy for sale at T cheap The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs at J A lieazlev Co I would like to do your plain and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn The people are talking of our pretty s mpe carpets J Joseph Fishermen say Dix river is full of the finny tribe and the sport will be fine this fall See our Ladies shoes We defy com petition as to and prices J J Josep hut few inventions that were expect ed to revolutionize the world ever did All ladies love pretty table linens and napkins Our stock is complete J Joseph For Exchange Fine bicycle to trade fer typewriter 1frticulars at this office Friendship Heart Charms for brace lets in gold and silver at J C Thomp Forty CIO lb steers 10 heifers sep30 T M and W McC Johnston All the latest Novelties in Woolens for mens wear now in come and them J C HempnilLrv Taxes past due Pay be ore the penalty goes onJ B G C AllWool d Curreys sewing it for Ulic1dnsder sons Jur Sale see Notice SANDERS S I C J quality Wanted veal calves II B J Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and be happy K Hear Mr Beauchamp at the Court House tonight Dr McKee Sunday Dr J Lapsley McKee will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at the usual hour Buy your shoes and furnishing goods from J B Jennings and get the new 5J buckboard that he is to give away X sept30 Will pay lOc for fresh eggs 5c for hens spring chix Gc for large 7c for small young dux 4c old Sc geese to 30c II B Northcott Cut Ros s and Carnations for sale Friday and Saturday fresh from green house Will to start the season J C Kicked by a Horse While working with a horse Will Embry was kicked in the stomach by the animal He was painfully though not seriously injured He is up and about now Property Rented Mr G S Gaines has rentel the handsome Weisiger property on avenue and his into same in a few week G A It Saturday The G A R post will meet Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Any old soldiers desiring tojoin are invited to come Either in town or between here and Marksbury pair gold glasses hook around the ear Liberal reward to finder Lost Wednesday Return to this office oct7 Court of Claims court convened on Tuesday and allowed claim to the amount of about giOOO this is about 500 more than the amount allowed last October The excess is on account of turnpike guards Put Km to Work Ju Ige Brown has rounded up about ten or fifteen negroes who owed flues and placed them in the work house Mr Benge the keeper is making them work like trojans a thing which be done 5 Northco handsome going r Cincinnati sellcheap Thompsol1 Lexington willmove family local cordially Lost j his shouldalways t 100 PAIRS i Just in and ready for your inspection in Fall and Winter weights Tans Patent Leather Vici Kids Enamel Calf all New Style TOES soad fi t OfUU OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT IS NOW COMPLETE PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Dont fail to see our Buell Bootees We have them this season ranging in price from 350 to 500 For wear and solid comfort there is nothing better FOR GIRLS and BOYS LOGAN Lancaster Kentucky Des I LAST to 11 2 Prices 250 to UP S RaDINSO N Mens Sample I a Size SEBOURLINE SCHOOL SHOE H i F t J4 1 Foot Ball Saturday I Go to the foot ball game Saturday The yellow label on this paper shows to when it is paid for If it dont read right it will not cost much to have changed TranRferreil Geo D Lusk has been assigned to duty as storekeeper at the Pilgrimage D stillery near town Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store tf Teachers Money Forty per cent of the teachers mon ey has been received and will be ready for payment tomorrow Saturday ELISA LUSK Supt Dont fail to see my Suit for Ten Dollars It is and a perfect fit is guaranteed J C IlemphiiL Lexington Trots October 415 inclusive One fire trip via the Queen Crescent Route until Oct IGth to return Ask your ticket agent for particulars I will prosecute to the full extent of the law without distinction to any and all persons caught in the lake on the distillery premises oct7 Jxo W MIILEK Qfgr Ladies Aid Society Tie Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Batson Saturday afternoon at the usual hour A full attendance is desired as business importance is to be attended to Sure Fits The wayfaring nun though a fool could not err in my measure blanks You are sure to get a fit It you do not dont take suit Come and compare pries and quality of goods M D JluoiiKS Agent Council The City Council met Monday night but did nothing of importance save allowing a few claims They are pushing sidewalk ordin cj and will see that it is carried out to the letter Good Progress The Lancaster Brick Co is hustling with its kiln and will soon be ready to fire The breaking of a machine caused some delay but that is remer died now and work is going on at a 240 gait Record Attachee Honored Carey Mullins TIIK RECOKDS t e was elected a trustee of the co ored school Saturday Carey is a good mm and will do what he thinks is right about the schools affairs Colored Odd Fellows Build The colored odd Fellows hava bluer lit tlu large fnmi warehouse back of Dr Kinnairds This will be torn away and a handsome erected at once Meeting The tachers meeting mentioned lat issue will be held tomorrow at the Court Rouse Not only the teachers but the public are can should attend the meeting Want to go Back The soldier boys now at home on furlough are getting restless and are anxious to be again taken back into Uncle Snits fold All are itching to go to Cuba and hope they may be the opportunity to show their grit Dr R Goldstlen Dr R Goldstein the noted optician of Louisville was here this week and placed an ad with 1IIE RECORD for one year Dr Goldstein has been our town for many years and is well and favoraby known the state as a fine optician Judge Iavisou Here Congressman George M Davison was in town Tuesday He was en route from Richmond to Danville Judge Davison spened his compaign with a speech at Richmond Monday and tells us he had a fine crowd out to hear him Lancaser Lady Honored The Louisville Post says Mrs HUkin of Lancaster was elected Rcc jrding secretary of the state W T U which has been in session in that city this week Mrs Elkin is an earnest worker in the Un oa and being competent will make a Splendid officer Mora Like Religion The Central Christain church of Lexington was tendered to the Jews for the celebration of Yom was accepted by them The Je s d esolutions of thanks and prt sente 1 them to Rev L J Spe c r and Heie is a sam le of liberalism that is as commendable as i it is rare The Dudderar Mill I have rented the famous Mill near Gilberts Creek and am to furnish the very best flour Will m the a specialty of custom grind Farmers bring along your wheat cb n S itisf action guaranteed 1C7 JOHN C POTTS le 1 x 131 l atloo0 Tailor Al dailv Good ties o tIe Meeting en gin offi e hill Te tclters Saturday cordially invited to be present who given visiting Roberta unanimously C r ughly a lopt coop Igf ton prepared J f d jrilW5 L Vo t fishing All allover r tike Kippur r Duds and a 1 ii1- M and j a do an to th L N Improvement The people are having quantity of broken stone and cinders placed around the dept The entire space used by teams is being which improvemen will be a great help to shippers will get Lancaster straightened out yet One Fare to Lexington The L N will sell roundtrip tick ets from Lancaster to Lexington fare for roundtrip on account of Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders As sociation Train leaves Lancaster at 252 a m arrives Lexington 7 m Returning arrives at Lancaster Better Stop It There are several postmasters in Garrard who permit people not to take copies of THE RECORD out and look at them The ones doing this know of the wrong as well as we and our next move will be to the postmaster general when we are again reliably informed of this gall Resigned Rev Henry Faulconer tendered his resignation as pastor of the rian church Sunday morning He will engage in evangelical work in the mountains of Kentucky We regret very much that Rev Faulconer takes this step as he has surely proven to be excellent preacher and a good man have in a community Mr Faulcon er has the wellwishes of all chrUtian people and all regret that he leaves Break Down Quickly Fixed A plug in our steam engine work el loose last week and caused much annoyance before the run was Was Zanone the clever engineer at the Lancaster Mills came to the rescue and soon had the engine fixed better than when it was new We are also under obligations to Mr Peter Straub the uptodate plumber at Stanford for some tools without which we would never have gotten the work completed Attention Ladies New Millinery I have just purchased an absolutely new and fashionable stock cf Milline ry No old goods among them I do not hesitate to say to my friends and most stylish lot of millinery goods ever to Bryantsville All can rig out any ulL dy to appear on the streets of New York or Boston My goods are all cheap stored at tiny home Call and examine them Miss MATTIE BRYANT A Mistake The Richmond Pantograph in its last issue says Rev T J Crawford pastor of the Paint Lick Presbyterian church died of diphtheria and that a number of cases exist in Lancaster The Pantagraph was grossly misir formed as Rev Crawford has not been ilL One of his children died of dyph theria last week at Old Paint Lcrand a local physician tells us there ire a few cases there but so the being in Lancaster we say lively that there has been none in town for many months Of course the Pantograph believed it had a straight item but its informant should be more careful in circulating reports which work so seriously against a town Splendid Lectures Hon J Beauchamp the celebrated lecturer traveler and writer has been speaking to large audiences in the Court House this week The series of lectures will be brought to a close this evening Mr Beauchamp differs greatly from the average temperance lecturer who gets off the same old sterreotyped speech He is well has traveled extensively and is thoroughly posted on his subject Ho does not get up and abuse a poor fe low who drinks nor does he jump on the saloon keepers and manufacturers He claims the peoele are to blame for permitting the eyil and they alone are responsible Our people have enjoyed his talks greatly and hope Mr Beauch amp will find it convenient to come our way again FostleRoulngon The marriage of Prof Kenneth Pos tie and Miss Annie Robinson will be solemnized at the residence of the brides mother on Lexington Thursday evening at 8 The ceremony will be said by Elder George Gowen pastor of the Christian A who for many years was president of the National Bank and one Lance ters most prominent and substantial business men She is possessed of a lovely disposition is highly educated and has charming She is a great favorite the young folks and her is always enjoyable to those her She will make a loving helpmeet to the man of her eagles Prof Postle is a native of Oaio having been raised at Columbus He is a young man of exemplary hab This Is his second year as a professor in the local Graded Schools and his work has given great satisfaction to j those concerned The wed ling was a one only the immediate relatives being present The couple not a bridal 3 n to Ppstlea pressing duties b in the Graded SchooL Rev and Mrs J S Pestle of Ohio parents of the in attended the marriage 2 A railroad itmacadamized depot 12 m subscribers notify Pre byte completed brou ht tastefully selectedand disease pox educated oclock daughterof manners company about and fine oW Prof Ho S age Brood S atone oct 7 far s avenues business qualifications very app ton groom w Yyi Q u TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION SlOOiter a tw e IIiYea t For Fall and Winter Cloaks On SATURDAY OCT 8th we will have on display at our store one of the handsomest lines of Ladies Jackets Capes ever shown in the town We will have a number of SPECIAL GARMENTS for this occasion which will only be on display Saturday and Monday Oct 18 and 19 We would be glad to have everyone who is interested in Jackets and Capes to call these two days if possible and see our line The Logan Dry Goods Co PENIr4G DIY I Ii a one on I you ho Having rented Dud lerars Mill Dix River near Gilberts Creek office will run an Exchange House Lancaster Ky the benefit of farmers keep on h inds flour meal bran shipstuff etc on R A Stone the hustling merchant on Depot for particulars Hoping to gain your patronage 1 remain JOHX II POTTS liiclmioml Court Larger crowds have been in than Monday but a good sized came in Monday to attead county court Business in stock lines was brisk Norris Bros report 2530 on the market Prices ranged from 12 to 4c Many sold A few sheep the market brought fair prices Horses brought from to 112 Work mules sold from 550 to 100 One pair of good ones brought 270 Mule colts S15 to S30 Pantagraph Prices and Quality have 1000 samples for Fall and Winter Suits which are offered at the very lowest prices I make small profits in order to sell Tailor made suits as low as 1125 up to 30 Readytowear ALL wool suits from to 18 Come and test the goods and compare prices and qualities and will buy Thanking ray old I invite eveyboly to come to come to see me before buying M D TluGiiKS Agent Strayed or Stolen In Richmond Ivy on Tuesday night Sept 27 1898 a Sorrel Horse 7 years old about 15 12 hands high slightly He is a combined saddle and harness horse in good flesh has scanty mane and tail left hind foot white and small scar between hoof and pastern joint on right front foot suitable reward will be paid for leading to his recovery Notify H W A Pettus Ky or D MJStephcnson Rick mond Big Sale in Madison The J C Adams sale was one of the of land and personalty that has place in Madison county this year and an enormous crowd was present 177 acres were bought by Dillingham for g4387 12 cents per acre The Shearer place containing 327 acres went to J C lama for S30 25 per acre The Dck Campbell place comprising 53 12 acres was knocked off to Herndon at S2270 per acre The John Campbell of 187 12 acres bought by Herndon for 34 per ingJots in town were not rutup Cattle brought 334 cents 12 cents horses mules sold well brought from 6 to 10 a stack SI to 110 in the field farming brought fair Register fir S Richmond cattle 50 S 730 customers information R Lancaster largestsales U was 1 hogs 0 pus i th Will choir gbacked S octilt Y taken acre corn es L N The Duty cf the Hour In addressing the citizens and tax payers of the county on the question of voting for the issue of 35000 of the countys bonds the purchase and maintainance of the various turnpike roads within the county I shall try to approach the subject and discuss it from the standpoint of business not sentiment assuming that all honora ble men are unwlling to take the pri vate property of individuals for the public benefit without a just As the matter now stands we see a part of the county traveling free of toll and the residue nearly one paying toll while all are taxed to the full extent of the Ian alike No one will say that this is equitable A part of the roads are owned and opera ted by the Fiscal Court a part by their boards of directors as heretofore The amount of tax col lected by the assessment will not be sufficient to pay f r the roads already bought for several years after the repairs of the roads and the cost of supervision is taken from the fund which will necessitate the continuance of the present unjust conditions for aiindefinite time Such being the facts what ia the duty of every v tor Cer tainly to try to remedy the wrong thtis being done to a large body cf tax payers How can has inequality be rmedied Jy providing the F seal Court with a fund sufficient to buy and pay for all the roads at once by tho sale of a sufficient number of the coun tys bonds running twenty years at least The be floated at a low rate of interest and by levying a small tax sufficient to pay the interest unit create a sinking fund ih which to pay off bonds or any part of them after the five years thus extending the time in which tl e debt can be paid and by the natural increase of the taxable of the county the debt could be more easily paid from the increased revenues of the county This is my view cf the uty of the hour A TAX PAYER for compensation half operated present e rf T CENTRAL RECORD Louis ZANDRASr Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY EVEBYwEES BY UUSJ OKI YIAB IN ADTAHCB 100- BK MOUTHS so- THKXK II II 9 25 FRIDAY October THE California prune crop is said to be very large That accounts for the fullness of this administration of that j icy fruit HON GREEN R KELLAR editor of the Carlisle Mercury will be a for secretary of state Mr Kellar is a gentleman well fitted for the place THE Burgin Messenger issued B handsome boom edition last week great credit upon hustling editors and proprietors press work was especially fine How things do change It used to be the custom to do whitewashing the spring of the year but now administration has changed the by doing the calcimining when winter is almost upon us Ties fakir with Lots for Sale has swung his sign in Cuba and is said to be doing a big business If there are any capitalists left hereabouts who failed to get enough of Kentucky they should go to Cuba call early and avoid the rush ALL the great Powers in the world save Germany have agreed to in the international disarmament conference suggested by the Czar of Russia Germany is said to be feeling the position of its closests friends giving an answer Germanys failure to participate would block the plan THE American Commissioners at Ha 7anna expect to have the American flag flying over Havana within three weeks They believe that the of American troops will greatly hasten the movement of the Spaniards and will facilitate the distribution relief supplies THE W C T U want gingerpop used at the banquet to be given the President at Chicago The average banquet of today is only a big drunk and the word banquet is used as a blind It might be called a jag Take the wine and whisky out and these gatherings would be like the play of Hamlet with Hamlet left out Now is the time when a man looks at his last two or three years overcoat and wonders whether it will answer for another campaign while the good wife hurries to the shop and invests any number of dollars in a new wrap with a long tail utterly neglecting that sealsdn which is a little out of style because the sleeves are too big or too little And yet we wonder at the interest in the question is marri ftge failure Ex THE CourierJournal published morning from its Washington a careful summary of the outlook for the congressional elections next month The Democrats will need a gain of members in order to control the next House and it is considered hardly possible for such a gain to be made without a land slide It is quite possible that the Populists may hold the balance of power in the next House FIFTY or sixty thousand troops will be sent to Cuba Secretary Alger says They will not be concentrated It ly more than is necessary After all the regiments needed for Cuban service have been designated about 50000 will be left in camps The camp at Camp Meade in Pennsylvania and Camp Black in New York are to be abandoned and only the Southern camps will be maintained for winter quarters of the remaining troops IF the American Republic is to live we must provide against political in high places remarks the Lexington Argonaut We must its character the law of its the orbit of its course its and the spirit of the power which presides over its activity Villainous causes beget villainous effects The effects of disaster to our army arise from no other cause except corruption associated with the hy draheaded enemy of humanity avar ice and greed ORGANIZED 1888 f 7 1898 candidate whichreflected practice boomtowns immediately participate before presence merely respectable a Monday correspondent fiftyfour Lexington corruption estimate motion magnitude Republican ii 11 ti cMENS HATMAL BillOFLAVOABTEKIY Capital Surplus Fund 1OOOOO BUSINESS BOUCITKD Careful and PromptAtte J M President Lewis Y LBAVBLL B f HUD Cashier W O BISHBY Assistant OD WALUBI Bookkeeper DIBXCTOK8 JMHieaiRBOTBJx Y LIATBLL JBJOHMOH THABHOLD J B 7 HUDSON ALBZ QiBBi J J WALXBB JACOB YKOUMOW llSOOO HIm fI8 H C I t I I to sass Vice Predde Cash t AuoLD a S n r t ei at r STATE NEWS 03 c PICK UPS iS i a aaakd1J R B KILLED BOTH Mss and Woman Murdered by an On knows Assassin Murderer Said to Be the Woman Husband HENDERSOX Ky Oct 5 A man who is said to be Charles Williams and a woman whose identity has not been established were shot and killed op posite Evansville by an unknown man A stranger armed with a gun the river in a skiff He met a man and woman in a grove and immediate ly opened fire The women fell dead and the man received a mortal wound in the head He was conscious and said that the dead woman was the slayers wife He gave his name as Charles Williams papers were found containing the name of Jesse J Cornell Coroner Rouseau believes that Cornell did the shooting and that on track of Cor nelL As the shooting is investigated it appears that the woman deserted her husband for Williams with whom she was living at the time of the tragedy I DOCTOR SHOT Decoyed Into a House in the Country by Three Negroes Wounded and Robbed Two of Them Under Arrest HARRODSBURG Ky Oct L CL Morgan returning home Monday night from visiting a patient in the country was decoyed into a house by three Ne gross who claimed that a woman was ill They tried to rob him as soon as he entered and when he drew a revol ver the contents of a double barreled shotgun were emptied into his He was found some time after ward and managed to tell the story before death relieved him at 6 oclock Bob Winn and Lon Williams were ar rested Tuesday morning charged with the crime No Troops Will Be Sent to Manchester FKAXKFORT Ky Oct ceipt of a letter from Sheriff White of Clay county Gov Bradley announced Tuesday that he will not send troops to Manchester during the BakerHow ard feud trials White says that the charges of the Bakers that he is in league with the Howards is false and he assures the governor that they will be protected by the county a Officers Promoted FRANKFORT Ky Oct issued the following commissions Elwin P Morrow of Somerset to be second lieutenant of Company I 4th Kentucky Rowan Sauffley of Stan ford promoted from sergeant major df 2nd Kentucky to be second of the same regiment to succeed Charlton Alexander of Paris who re signed Alleged Negro Murderer Arrested SHELBYVILLE Ky Oct 5 John Clark the Negro charged with having brutally murdered Pearl Moody a young colored woman on September 25 in the northern part of this county was arrested at Christiansburg Tues day by Marshal Stivers of Croppers and lodged in jaiL Stivers will receive the reward of S100 Wife Dropped Dead SHELBY VILLE Ky Oct 5 Mrs James H Boyd wife of a prominent citizen of this place dropped dead shortly after noon Tuesday She about 30 and was formerly Clark a society belle of Columbia Ma Murder Follows Spree MT VERNON Ky Oct the mouth of Eagle creek this county Sunday afternoon William Boone aged 20 shot and killed Moses White Boone escaped I Light Registration LOUISVILLE Ky Oct rcgis tration on this the first day of the three days devoted to it was very light This is due in part to bad weather part to lack of interest Mrs Redman Defeated FRANKFORT Ky Oct 1 S B Call of Carlisle county was named Friday for assistant sergeantatarms of the court of appeals Mrs Rodman who was understood to be slated as sue cessor to her late husband was de tested by a combination of circum stances after she had at one time the She Used a Razor RICHMOND Ky Oct 4 Clara Camp bell colored in a fit of jealousy dis erabowled Brock Munday with a razor The Negroes were at a dance and Mun day was dancing with another woman when the onslaught was made She was arrested Munday will die New Church Dedication HOPKIKSVILLE Ky Oct 3 The new Methodist church at one of the handsomest in this section of the state will be dedicated Sunday October 9 Rev J J will preach the dedicatory sermon dinner will be served in a grove near the church Grasshoppers Damage FRANKFORT Ky Oct 4 Grasshop pers are doing great damage to corn clover and pastures in the western Kentucky counties Asks for Heavy Damage PADUCAH Ky Oct L Mrs Aggie Grief widow of J H Grief who was shot and killed a short time since by Veal filed suit for damages the circuit court Friday The slayer of the plaintiffs husband is made the defendant in the snit and 50000 is asked i crossed escapede capturede 5Dr abdomen 5Upon ref officials 5Gov Bradley lieutenant 5At aged 18 Both lead been drinking 5The race won Fairview Tag ert Basket inc damages w audits Doing Rufus ass nmm TEA par Drupepr sia ConstipationBud Indi lAN gestion Regulates the Price 25 etaLiver I f J a s CONGRESSMAN BERRY His Opinion Is That Uncle Sam Should Take and Keep Every Foot of Land That Came to Us By the War NEW YORK Oct 8 A special to the Times from Washington says Repre sentative Berry of Kentucky who is a member of the committee on foreign affairs when asked what position the democrats would take about annexa tion answered without hesitation I can answer only for myself My own position is that the United States should take and keep every foot of ground that has come to us by virtue of thrashing the Spaniards We should do this without listening to considering the opinion of any other nation If we choose later on to or sell any part of this conquered territory it is our right to do so and no other power can say aught against it What we have won by the sword is absolutely our own A Captain Placed Vader Arrest LEXIXGTON Ky Oct S Capt J E Williams of Company I 8th Massa chusetts was placed under arrest and confined to his quarters Sunday for neglecting to inspect the guard while he was officer of the day He has been temporarily relieved of his command Lieut F P Smith of Company C placed in charge of his company The matter may come before a court martial though it is a trivial offense subject to a petty fine A Cyclone in Louisville LOUISVILLE Ky Sept SO A brief cyclone did considerable damage to buiidings and trees in the eastern part of the city Thursday evening The in which Louis Fix an unmarried butcher 34 old was working was wrecked and he with his pet bulldog was instantly killed His body was terribly crushed and was buried under a mass of brick and roofing Appointed His Wife FRANKFORT Ky Oct 8 Commis sioner of Agriculture Lucas Moore his wife to the clerkship in his office made vacant by the enforced resignation of John M Faulkner The salary is 1200 and the republican party workers are kicking because nearly all the present state officials have appointed members of their to the best paying clerkships The Kentuckys Silver Service LOUISVILLE Ky Sept of citizens was held Thursday aft ernoon to raise money for a silver for the battle ship Kentucky More than 82000 was contributed The amount required is 510000 but the state outside of Louisville has only 160 and has promised only 8150 more Louisville will the rest A Trusty FRANKFORT Ky Oct 1 Thomas Peck a Negro convict sent to the here from Jefferson county for seven years escaped from that He is 30 years old and has been a trusty for two years A of him has been sent to the Covington and Newport police depart menu Board of Pharmacy Change Ky Oct a Gov has appointed Addison Dimmitt of Louisville to a place on the state board of pharmacy to succeed J W Fowler also of that city whose term of office had expired Dimmitt at Fifth and Walnut Louisville Troops Will Not Be Needed FRANKFORT Ky Oct L The has been informed by Circuit Judge Brown of the Clay county dis trict that soldier protection will not at the trial of members of the Baker faction there next month To satisfy himself further the govern or has written to severN others in eluding the sheriff of the county The Bakers still maintain that they will be mobbed if not protected by troops n Landed Five Blocks Away LOUISVILLE Ky Sept 80 Low wa ter caused the boiler in the Enterprise Waste mill to explode Thursday morn ing Emanuel Morton and Thomas Bachelor were blown 20 feet and scalded Mortons injuries being considered fatal The boiler was blown several hundred feet in the air and landed five blocks away Death of Dr W A Edmunds VERSAILLES Ky Sept W A Edmunds aged 76 years of St Louis died at the residence of his soninlaw Zach T Sellers where he had recently been making his home CoL Henry Bullock Dead FALMOUTH Ky Oct Henry Bullock died at his home in this place aged 74 years He had been an for nearly two years and on Wednesday of last week was stricken with paralysis from which he never rallied Death of T C Yallandlogham GEORGETOWN Ky Oct 8 Thomas C Vallandingham one of the oldest and bestknown citizens of Scott coun ty is dead at his home near Sadieville aged 78 years Negro Escape LAWEEKCKBCRG Ky Oct 4 James Allen a desperate Negro character filed the lock from the door of the county jail and escaped The jail was built about 15 years ago and Allen is the second prisoner to es The 1st Kentucky Be Mustered Oat Ky Sept 80 The 1st regiment of Kentucky volunteers which is now quartered at Porto Rico has been ordered homo to be mustered out I giveaway being smallslaughterhouse appointed families 30A meeting service contributed contribute penitentiary institution description FRANKFORT Bradley resides streets governor beneeded terribly 80Dr 3Col invalid Prisoners to LoUISVILLE Ponce i j r i yea E capes o School T McHoterts Drug Store Old books taken in exchange tvBo ksA BRYANTSVILLE Mrs Dave Dunn is not much better at this writing andrarm week Mrs A S Haselden has a nice line of millinery which she will sell very low We are glad to learn that Mrs J W Poor is slowly improving after a spell of fever Mr and Mrs B F Jennings will celebrate the 50th unniversary of their marriage on Oct 12th Dr Armstrong and C C Becker were elected school trustees at Bry antsville last Saturday Mr C M Jenkins has secured the services of Miss Jeanetta Mai Powell a 98 graduate of J F T as governess J W Fisher after a pleasant visit to Louisville has returned home J X Dunn was in the city last week visiting friends Mrs Rebecca Dunn visited friends in Zanesburg last week John Burnside from Texas is visiting Mrs Dr Jennings and little daughter of Camp Nelson are visiting friends here Miss Thompson of Lancaster- s visited the Misses Simpson Sunday Mr and Mrs Jeff Dunn and Miss Bes sie Patton visited friends in your city last week J Jennings of Paint Lick was among his many friends here Sunday Mrs S C Humphreys of Simpsonville is expected to visit Mrs Pauline Smith in a few days Miss Mattie Mae Jenkins after a de lightful months visit to friends and relatives at Louisville and Shelbyville returned home this week Our little boy was afflicted with rheumatism in his knee and at times unable to put his foot to the floor We tried in vain everything we could hear of that we thought would help him We almost give up in despair when some one advised us to try Chamber loins Pain Balm We did so and the first bottle gave so much relief that we got a second one and to our sur prise it cured him sound aid well J T BAYS Pastor Christian church Neodesha Kansas For sale by E McRoberts 1m MANSE I School has been suspended at this place on account of diphtheria Sev eral children are real sick but none are very dangerous except little Ir vine Crawford who is in quite a criti cal condition Miss Nevial Davis of Danville is the charming guest of Miss Willie May Denny this week Mrs Lizzie Fran cis of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs Susie LeavelL Miss Minnie Woods of Hustonville has returned home after a visit to Misses Jimmie McCormack and Jennie Higgins Adna the eldest child of Rev and Mrs A W Crawford died of diphthe ria Saturday morning after only three days illness She was only 8 years of age a member of the Presbyterian church and a lovely Christian child Her loss will be deeply felt not only among the members of the family but all in the community will miss her sweet smile which she always wore She was an unusually bright child of her age and God in his Provident saw best to take her out of this sinful world to walk with Him above The bereaved parents have the sympathy of all who have the honor of knowing them Old fashions in dress may be revived but no old fashioned medicine can Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by E McRobrts 1m Mrs Minerva Pullins has been quite sick W B Adams returned home from North Carolina a few days ago with 26 cattle Dyphtheria has made its appearance in this end of the county and the are very much alarmed Notwithstanding the farmers in this vicinity got nothing for their wheat they are putting in a larger crop than ever Mrs Sallie Leavell of Bryantsville has been with her sister Mrs J W Smith helping her to wait upon the sick for several days J W Smith has been very low with pneumonia Hurlbert his son who has been very feeble for sometime is gradually growing worse and his baby girl came very near dying with whooping cough How to Prevent Croup We have two children who are sn b ject toattacks of croup Whenever an attack is coming on my wife gives them Chamberlains Cough Remedy and it always prevents the attack It is a household necessity in thiscounty and no matter what else we run out of it would not do to be without Cham berlains Cough Remedy More of it is sold here than of all other cougl medicines combined J M NICKLK o Nickle Bros merchants Nickleville Pa For by E E McRoberts 1m his sister Mrs Gallaher of this place R R replace R people little VfI i Ej z t1Y f severe LEAF aria I MARKSBURY Rev W M Kuykendall is holding a protracted meeting at the Fork church assisted by Dr Davidson of Shelby villeD P Burdett and Cyrus Daily have been repairing the Old Paper Mill on Boones Creek Mr House says he can now give the people extra meal or flourD T Scott visited friends in Nicho lasville Monday A little laughter came to the home of Wm Currey on the 3rd Miss Sadie V Aldridge is re covering from a slight attack of fever Mrs T T Pollard has been spending several days with her daughter Mrs Ed Bourne at Bettis Clarence W Scott and sister Miss Lucy of Nicho lasville visited their parents Mr and Mrs D T Scott last week Rev W M Kuykendall returned Saturday from Washington county where he had a very successful meeting The church was greatly revived and thir tytwo additions Mrs Mike of Crab Orchard is at the bedside of her mother Mrs F K Sutton who has been seriously ill for several days Mrs Hannah Scott accompanied by Mrs Charley Glass Mrs Hugh Scott and little son Walter of Jessamine were the guests of Mr and Mrs D F Scott last Thursday When you call for Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont accept anything else Dont be talked into accepting a substitute for piles PREACH I Farmers are busy sowing wheat W H Cummins has gone to with a load of cattle L F Thompson of Mt here this week on business James Moore of Pineville is here looking after his farm he recently bought Rev C W Clay the Methodist for the present year has moved into the parsonage John Carpenter who has been here for some time has returned home in Kansas Rev J S Ra gan and wife of Mortonsville is here visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Jones L Anderson gave the people a nice candy pulling Thursday night which was much enjoyed by those presentTruth wears well People have lating the bowels curing sick headache They dont gripe Stormes Drug Stsre 1m MT HEBRON I Rev J I Wills filled his pulpit at Mt Hebron Sunday W D Scott and Mrs Peachie Grow were in your town Saturday on Miss Ruby Scott who has been sick for several days is improving slowly Isaac Montgomery is very sick dont think it possible for him to recover Mrs Daniel Me Miller is at her fath James Montgomery with fever Mrs Rebecca Scott of Jessamine spent a few days last week in this vi cinity Charley Peacock of Jellico spent and Sun day with his motherinlaw Mrs Ma spent Friday with Mrs W D Scott j Kennedy DeWitts DrugStoreERSVI LLE Cincinnati Vernon was minister visiting young EarlyRisersconstipation- and e business ers ofJessamine N this 0 j CUBAN RELIEF cuter Colic Neuralgia and Toothache and Summer Complaints Price 25 Cents in five minutes SourStomach S Silver Plate that WearsICC tJ 1 Let us call your attention to out 1847 Rogers Bros Triple plated Knives and Fortes They are made to wear and and can make you a very low price The knives are plated on the best of the forks on hard white nickel silver They are guaranteed to give satisfaction to the purchaser considering the quality sty1c finish steeland A full line of Spoons Sugar Shells Butter etc in 1847 goods always on hand Let ut them KniveS low toy J C THOMPSON t i i y i y Flour Flour Flour I have just received Five Thousand pounds of Lexingt on Best Flour and am prepared to give special prices Also watch our prices on Canned Goods and we will save you money 2 lb Can Martin Wagners Extra Table Peach for 9cts 2 lb Can Sliced Pine Apples for 10 cts 3 lb Can Grated Pineapples for 13 cts 2 lb Can Betsys Peas for 5 cts 2 lb Can Boston Baked Buns for 8 cts 25 lb Best Lilly White Patent Flour for 55 eta 25 lb Sack Best Imperial Flour fdr ots Remember OUR PRICES are always the LOWEST BLUE GASS GROCERY CO E W PERKINS Clerk EPH P BROVN MGR Be on the Side and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KINNIARD f f 5 i lJSafe I a Sack Not all welldressed men are but all men dressed by HEMPHIU are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a saving of at least onethird as compared with some com petitors prices My lines of Foreign and Domestic Woolens are all in and I can show you quality and prices that will interest you ReadyToWear to 1800 J HEMPHILL Suits All Wool at 6 50 dressed by Cl Tailormade suits toyour measure 10 and 35 I will guarantee to fit you both in Tailormade and Readtowear Suits and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking elsewhere Truly Yours J C HEMPHILL Jno B Stout Lilla Siouz Stationery Paints Oils Etc DAWVILLE KENTUCKY OOOOoOOOOLillard LEA 0 I N G D R U G GIS T S J- IGc11 spa Si1 t ti 1gs EIY o OOOOOOcN Election On Bond Issue To Be Held NOT 8 1898 GARRARD Couxrr COURT Called term Fiscal Court July 25tSx 1898 Whereas the legal voters of Gar rard voters in the general election held in and for said county November 1895 voted in favor of Fiscal Coart acquiring and maintaining the Koads in said county and the question being submitted to them the said voters of GarrarL county in general election held in and said county in November 1S95 therefore it is ordered and adjudged that at the regular election to be in and for Garrard county on the first after the first Monday in 1898 which is on day of November 1898 an electiou and a poll shall be opened at each voting place in each voting civet in county legal voters in county shall be privil edged to vote on on Are favof cf issuing bon ids for purchase and of the Turnpike roads of the county free to the tray public and it is further ordered that the Garrard county be and 1e is hereby directed to advertise said and object therefor at least next date of saiL election inTHK CKNTJUL itt being th s newspaper tbe Ian eat circula covntj sal by print COUD Y the said the maintainan ce of Sheriffo i0 i r i t or November beheld RECORD itt ajco j ed hand bills posted up in no less than four public places each voting pre cinct in county and at the Court jj House door for at thirty days next before date of said election It is further ordered that if the vote issue then the Fiscal Court will in obe relating to this subject issue bonds in sum not exceeding thirty flee thousand dollars 3500000 for the purpose ofacquiring and said roads and to issued upon such terms as to time of payment and payments of interest and sale as in its discretion deem best but the bonds are not to be sold for less than theirpar or bear interest at a greater rate than 6 per ct per an nnmfrom date of issue until paid and fere not to extend beyond 30 The of the Garrard and Fiscal Court is hereby ordered to certify a ropy of this order to the Sheriff of arrard county on or before the 1st day of Judge A true Garrard County Court Att Duncan Clerk Pursuant to the foregoing order of the Garrard ounty Fiscal court which is made part of this notice an election will be opened at all the regular voting places in Garrard coun at the next election which will be held November 8 1898 which election in all respects will be held in accordance with the election laws of Kentucky J B WTSDEBS S G C 1 hereby ordered is in favor of said bond dience to said vote and under mav 1898R cony T I the statutes maintaining clerk l 4 z c M Q s The Fall Quartette Will Now Forth Its for the Public Dressing Extra Pine Overcoats NotTsy Shirts Stetson Hats These together make fine harmony J L Frohman Co Telephone 136 Danville Ky j Music td ft ft 1ft t14 f THE GLOBE mmnnnnrmnrmnmmrmmmnrmmmmnmmrnmr- mL Bring Ej 4 T Opening Oct 8We will have on display a very select and elegant line of pattern hats and bonnets- A very cordial invitation is extended to all Uorsret The Respectfully SISTERSTelephone iZZinery Sa 12rdaye Dont Dates 1 r r I CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY October 7 1898 PERSONAL Saufley Hughes took iu the trots at Louisville this week Mrs Mary Allan Wcisiger is visiting friends in Lexingtoa Hon George T Farris has been at home for a few days Mrs George M Patterson is in for a few days Sam Joseph a Cincinnati drummer was here the first of the week Misses Addie and Bertha IJurnside were visitors in Danville Monday First Sergt Al Curtis of Richmond has been visiting Capt Sam Duncan W A Arnold has returned from a visit to Nicholasville and Lexington George McRoberts was over from Stanford Sunday to see a pretty girl Misses Nellie Marrs and Maggie Tomlinson visited Danville last week Anthony Busby a soldier boy of Lexington is visiting Dr Bushs Mrs Margaret Gill attended the W C T U Conventior at Louisville last weeK Miss Helen Thurmond was Mrs U D Smpsons guest Saturday and Sun day Miss Ollie Mitchell of Pittsburg is visiting Mrs Nora Miller Danville av enueMr Keth Lackey of South America visited Mr D M Lackeys family MondayMrs Norris and little Mattie have returned from a visit Frankfort B A Spencer of Louisville spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs P W Spencer Mr and Jr J W Miller have re turned from a pleasant visit to Lcuis YilliS relatives Miss Amy Davidson is the guest of her aunt Mrs W J Romans on Rich mond avenue MissEliza Smith has sufficiently to resume her school duties at n school house Judge W R Walker has been to duty as U S storekeeper at Curleys Camp Nelson Rev N Faulconer and wife left Tuesday for Barbourviile where they will remain for a while Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird have gone to Columbi s Ohio to spend the month with relatives Mr and Mrs S D have returned from Dripping Springs had a successful season Dr Steele Bailey of Stanford was here this week to see Lieut Claude Vherritt who is some better Hughes Aldridge of Co L has re covered sufficiently to be on the streets Will Marksbury remains qaite Al BjrnsiJe has recovered fn m his recent illness and is ready to to Cuba on tha shortest notice Ashby Warren corporal of Captain Duacans company was over from Sunday to see his relations Mrs Elizabeth Danny is at hrme from a visit to hr neice Mrs White at Whites Station in Madison county Ashbrook C Frank orders his paper OOOGOOOOOOOOOOGooooooooooooooo Cincinnati y family daughter recovered bits assigned IL Rothwell having J start 4 r 00oooooa o00000oooooaoaooooo00 i r l j I IL I l L 1 J to 1 ir I I i ill- S tgt I Stanford Q x changed to Amarillo Texas at which place he is teaching in a large college Mrs Louis Landram entertained at tea last Saturday evening in honor of Mrs W C McFarland of New York CityMrs H M Ballou and little daugh ter Pattiline have returned from months visit to relatives in Shel yville Mrs W C McFarland and son Lan left Monday for Huntsville Ala llama where Capt McFarland is Mrs W O Bradley and daughter Miss Christine of Frankfort have been visiting relatives in this city for several days Mrs Albert Schilling of Richmond accompanied by her two bright chil dren Carl and Marie are guests of Miss Nellie Dilon Mrs Dr Acton who has been criti cally ill of typhoid fever is some bet ter Dr Acton of Louisville was called to see her Misses Wood and Burnside of Stan ford and Miss Watts of Richmond are expected today to visit Misses and Jennie Burnside Mr and Mrs Chas D nman and sweet little daughter FrancU Lee have returned to Nicholasville after a visit to relatives here Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside will entertain tomorrow evening at a Military Tea in honor of their guests and the soldier boys at home We regret to learn of the illness of Mr J L Frohman at Danville lIe is a mighty clever fellow and a good friend of The RECORD He is some better now Miss Bettina Anderson the artist in crayon and water colors will over Lancaster this week to her sister Mrs W T ton Argonaut Mrs A K Campbell returned to her in Minerva Ohio where her husband is pastor of the Christian church after a months visit to her Mr and Mrs Jesse Wald n Judge Robinson and wire will leave this week to spend the winter in The Judge has rented his farm near town Their legion of friends hope they will soon return reatly bene fitted in health Miss Henri Fish has returned to Crab Orchard from a delightful visit to Miss Rella Arnold at Lancaster loud in her praises of the people of that city who know so well how to visitors Stanford Journal A report was in circulation last night that Col Andy Rice of Garrard was dead but one of the youngest and healthiestlooking men in town early this morning was the Colonel He says he has no idea of dying not after the next circus anyway Danville Advocate And we suspect he would also take in at least one more mountain dance before departing Big Rice is one of the cleverest men in Keatui ky and be left on earth for many years as an example of honesty uprightness and clever h artedness Speaking of the W C T U the Louisville Post has the among its notes Mrs Beauchamps annual address was of valuable statistics and asumming up for the She refer to the gratification felt the W C T U at the action of Miss Chris tine Bradley who made for herselffor women of a nationreputation in the christening of the battleship n Christine was brought in the Royal Temperance of Lancaster Ky for this of that unioi may well feel an honest pride id several dram stationed Bessie brief r be from visit BrowningLexin home parents California entertain until ike Convention following rt Kent an theladies should as g dn Mrs Beauchamp Mrs Ro berta Eikin of Lancaster a daughter of Gen D R Collier and President of the Eighth district W C T U res ponded on behalf of the delegates from that section Mrs Elgins eloquent effort was greatly appreciated ming ling as it did a great deal of patriotism and love of country with words that voiced the sentiments of woman be she wife mother daughter sister or sweetheart in this broad land Her touching allusion to the entire reunion of the blue and gray was warmly ap plauded Additional Local You ought to knowthat when suf fering from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney Cure Guaranteed or money 1m An imported brisle clothes brush made in Germany value will given with each pair of pants suit or overcoat bought of Howard Tailoring ompany and satisfaction guaranteed in price fit and quality 111 D HUGHES Agent To the and Woolly West Mr R E Henry who has been at work in this office for several years has concluded to carry out Horace Greeleys advice go west to grow up with the country He will first his relatives in Arkansas and then locate in Oklahoma It almost took the wind out of Toe Recoups sails for lob to leave as he filled his position so acceptably He was faithful at all times and did his work in a cheerful manner He was far from being a mamas darling consequently was the kind of help one wishes to employ We can heartily recommend Bob to anyone wishing an honest reliable man Captain White and Tommy Hammonds will stick the type for the paper We will set our own ads and do job work We hope those owing the office will unto the last sentence and fork but what they owe Oar already big task being doubled we will have no time to make fifteen to twenty trips for every dollar owing us One Minute Cough Cure surprises people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities the least danger It has won for itself the best reputation of any used today for colds croup tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs Stormes Drug Store 1m Mr L D Routt General Organizer for the Fraternal Order of America a Council of 80 charter at Odd Fellows Hall last night The officers for the first year are as follows G M Patterson W C John Estes W V C J T Hill W P J J Barton Prelate Dr J M Acton Secretary J C Thompson Cashier Treasurer II C Hamilton C G I Silas Moss O S W A Arnold James Clark and J C Gastineau Trustees The Ritualistic work is said to be most excellent and the insurance fiat ure is very desirable giving protection at what it is worth The plans are among the most approved and the is under giltedge management the Supreme Council being under supervision of some of the best men Cincinnati Mr Routt is a competent affable gentleman and has won the respect and confidence of the entire community More than twenty million free sam pies of TeWitts Witch HazeJ Salve been distributed by the What better proof bf their confidence in its merits do you want It cures piles burns scalds sores in the shortest space of tim Stormes Drug Store 1m B M Here Our old friend fellowcitizen B M Burdett who has been living in Florida for the last eleven years on us Monday morning Exceptfor a little wear and tear he looks natural and seems to be himself as in the days of pore is cheerful bright and looks as if he might be of good use for years to come We know he will if he will only come back to Lancaster and live in the pure atmosphere he was used to He tells us that he is rather tired of Florida and its killing frosts and freezeouts and that his wife is more so and perhaps he may come back to Kentucky to spend the baanc of his He tells that he brought eVlrv Free 1 b lid and visit without preparation F O A instituted members Saturday C Malcolm Tillett s order manufacturers Bur called us I e refunded t hay and 5 hen t a suit in the Breathit circuit court week for the Breathitt Coal Iron and Lumber Co to recover a tract of 1200 acres of land and that the suit involves the title to a boundary of 129000 acres fine coal and lumber lands He feels confident of success and his upon a legal proposition is in our opinion entitled to the highest respect One thing is certain if he fights this case as he used to fight cases when we knew him best his clients will get the benefit of all there is in the case and may consider themselves fortunate in procuring his services and besides he tells us he has Judge Mat Walton of Lexington an old Lancaster boy and Mr J E Patrick a of our old citizen Tom Richards associated with him in the case makes a strong team all from and through Lancaster the grand old town whose know no defeat De Witts Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for De Witts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Stormes Drug Store 1m You invite disappointment when you experiment DeWitts Little Early Ri sers are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them Stormes Drug Store 1m Glovaunoli Kinnaird The marriage of Mr Harry Giovan noli and Miss Carrie Kinnaird daugh ter of Mrs Mary Kinnaird was Wennesday at half past twelve at the residence the brides uncle Mr James Kinnaird Lexington i he ceremony was performed in a most impressive manner by Dr E M Green of the First Presbyterian church assisted ly Rev J R Savage of the Methodist Episcopal church The wedding was a very quiet one the immediate members of the fam lies being present The absence of all attempts at ostentation the and refinement that marked the intensified the solemnity and was in perfect harmony with the char acter of these two greatly beloved young people both of whom are wellknown in Danville and the State and possess a host of friends who will join with every member of the Advocates force in extending heartiest congratulations and bdling them Godspeed Mr and Mrs Giovan noli left at noon for New York to be absent about a week Danville Advo cate Mr Giovannoli has been connected with the Advocate for several years There is not a better allround news paper man in tilt state Socially he is one of the best fellows in the world Everybody likes Harry He is blessed with the gift of making it pleasant for all he meets with and time never drags when in his company As an old fiend we extend heartiest The marriage o Miss Minna Crutch er of Richmond to G W Evans Jr is announced to take place next month The prospective bride is quite a favorite in this city where she has been a frequent visitor Lancaster versus Richmond High school Game called at 3 oclock on Dr Herrings grounds tomorrow Sat urday Admission 15 cents ladies free A good team has been selected and a hot game is promised The Editor Enjoyed It An editor died of starvation after making Dr Tanner ashamed of him self was being escorted to heaven by an angel who had been sent purposeMay at that other place we ascend to eternal happiness said the angeL So they went below and skirmished around taking in the sights The lost track of the editor and went around to hunt for him He found him sitting by furnace fanning himself and gazing with rapture upon a lot of people in the fire There was a sign on furnace which said Delinquent subscribers Come said the angel we must goingYou go on said the editor Im not coming This is heaven enough fo me Exchange last ofvery opinion e dishonest solemnized o avenue only simplicity occasion muchadmiredand Foot Ball outfor before Easily had son iaIav That sons congratulations angel d Planters CUBAN Bruises EbeaCUts OlLc Burns rarer Price 25 centsnattem and 1 Sores t a j OPENING Saturday Oct 8 REMEMBER All are Cordially Invited Miss Sallie Tilleit Fruit Flowers Shade Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1S9S Everything for Orchard and Garden Fruit and Trees Shrubs Roses Vines Small Fruits Rhubard Asparagus and all stock grown in nurseries Prices reasonable as we employ no agents Descriptive catalogue on to H F HILLENMEYFR Phone 270 Lexington Ky S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth filled and extracted with out pain Crown and Bridge Work a specialty Office over T S Elklns meat shop In the new Thompson building Lawn Ornamental W HOW To I ROlat r FrillOtfti Call at my store and we will explain Talk about cheap goods when yon buy of me you know buy the best to undersell us on same grade of goods If we lend we want Interest If we goods for dollars we wont a small margin of us and get pure groceries DO NOT RUN AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES Gall and Enjoy a Pleasant Chat Pleased to see you NO WORRY HERE H M BALLOU Ur R Goldstein of No 544 Fourth ave Louisville Ky will b5 at Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky on Monday October 31 1898 Returning one day each month Eyes examined and glasses scientifically Trained Nurses secured at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary of Richmond Ky price 15 week in contagions cases which 20 is charged for nurses should be made to the Superintendent of Infirmary m rom ROUTE TO CHICAGO BEST TERMINALS Indianapolis Peoria and Michigan Points Trains leave Seventh Street and First Street Station City Ticket Office 218 Fourth Avenue GATES r General Agent Passenger r XouisvitLi KT We exchange adjusted graduatedfrom S A none Station J Dept X 2 STERLING SILVERSIn articles suitable for Wed Presents Tea Table Dessert Spoons andForks Also and Salad Spoons Cream and Gravy ButterKnives the highest grade only carried Exquisite Cut Glass in New Cuttings C N McDONNELL Jeweler and Optician Danville Kentucky ling I493 THE NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL 20000000 I r OF SURPLUS 6500009 LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President Jso E STORMES Vice President WK H KINXAIED Cashier i SCDENNY Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper T EMBKT Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno H Saml D Cochran E Stormes Great Economy in this J Great Comfort in this n W H LACKEK Successor to Lackey Gulley FirstClas UfIII STOLE HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES ATTENTION TO v t T AVELtNC M N I a J t s Jr i R KiNNAiHOS Insurance Agency Representing Over SS OOOOOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies tiia of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Phciiix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Jlerchantile- xsraiia American of New York Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance COMPANY S A FEW POINTS OF OVER ALL OTHER HEATERS THE PRACTICALLY INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL PRODUCES THE FOLLOWING RESULTS SUPE IO rrY IN THE Padiant kome7fr last Perfect combustion of Soft Coal consuming all the Fumes and Gases gaining just so much more heat that In other stoves is wasted The Cross Drafts from the Bowl causes the heat to be radiated to the floor Instead of to the ceiling like other direct draft stoves Great Satisfaction in this 1 c 6E 5 r Perfect control of the fire so an even heat can be main tained and a good fire kept over night UNPRECEDENTED HEAT ECONOMY DURAQILITY Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel wifft Equal Satisfaction MANUFACTURED FOR O K STOVE AND RANGE CO SALE BY J C ROBINSON LANCASTER KY FOR JUST AUTTL BETTER TItAN I TIlE BEST FOR SALE BY TilE LOGAN DRY GOODS CO l CORSETS L IV NEW LIVERY I have purchased the stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com morcial Travelers RICE BENGE Walker S I FULL HOUSE WINS r 7 7 V A a T A house full of Bargains DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES Fresh eggs 12 12cts per doz this week FOR FRObL R H BAT SON a S The Cruel Knife It is absolutely useless to expect a surgical operation to cure cancer or any other The cruelty of such treatment is illustrated in the alarming number of deaths which re sult from it The disease is in the blood and hence can not be cut out Nine times out of ten the surgeons knife only hastens death My son had a most malignant Cancer for which the doctors an was the only hope The oper ation was a severe one as it was to cut down to the jawbone andscrape it a the Can cer returned and be gan to grow rapidly we many remedies without re lief and finally advice of a friend decided to try S S S Swifts Specific and with the bottle he necessary n the to improve After twenty bottles been the entirely and he was cured The cure was a permanent one for he is now seventeen never had a sign of the dreadful disease to re turn J N MURDOCH 270 Snodgrass St Dallas Texas fcsolutely the only hope for Cancer is Swifts Specific began had SS or The Blood as it the only remedy to the very bottom of the forces out every trace of the disease S S S is guaranteed purely vegetable nod contains no mercury or other mineral Books on Cancer will be mailed fret to any address by the Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga AND STOCK NOTES In some parts of Norway corn is stil used as a substitute for coin Good cows are never found in neigh borhoods where the practice of using any kind of a little scrub Lull as a sire is followed Do Not Be Imposed On Always insist on getting Foleys Honey and Tar as it is positively ab solutely and unqualifiedly the best cough medicine Accept no substitute 1m Hugh Bell of Circleville Ohio bought of various Garrard county eight carloads consisting of 200 fine cattle at 4c per pound The stock was shipped via the L N to Ohio where they will be fed for expt No unpleasant odor or taste will re sult in the milk from cabbage fei to cows just after milking night and morning Generous quantities of leaves and loose heads will show great results in increasing the milk supply If the poultry business does not pay it will almost always be found that the fault lies with the owner and not with the business itself Either he is which bloodand I IAR i 00 IOOOO parties outside o44I4oo does not understand what he is about or he does not give it sufficient atten ton There is money in poultry Afstultorn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One minute Cough Cure Harmless in effect touches the right spot reliable and just what is wanted It acts at once Stormes Drug Store im That man has the best prospect for a successful season on the farm who has his work well in hand and has no inclination to overreach himself in hs desire to cover tso much ground Give the crops the best of intelligent care from start to finish and there are nine chances out of ten that we will get a good crop for our pains Three Doctors in Consultation From Benjamin Franklin When you are sick what you like best is to be chosen for a medicine in the first place what experience tells you is best to be chosen in the second But if you can get Dr INCLINATION Dr EXPERIENCE and Dr Reason to hold a consultation together they will give you the best adyice that can be taken When you have a bad cold Dr would recommend Chamber lains Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and safe to take Dr Expe rience would recommend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and cure Dr Reason would rec ommend it because it is prepared on scientific principles and acts on na tures plan in relieving the lungs the secretions and restoring the system to a natural and healthy For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Ironical If a girl suffers from chapped lips she never blames the chaps If a man speaks without thinking hes apt to say what he thinks If a man is lucky he never speaks of the proverbial luck of fools If a man have no scruples about fish ing on Sunday theyre apt to have draws If there is nothing in a man he is not on the visiting list of opportunity If gossips would stop to think their tongues would get a much needed restIf the teacher flogs a girl pupil he hits the miss if the girl dodges she misses a hit If people would frankly aduit their ignorance lots of useless argument might be avoided Is you want to borrow trouble you will always find people willing to lend it without News It Hits The Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your throat lungs feels sore take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar When the soreness will be a t once relieved a waim grate ful feeling and healing o f parts affected will be you will It icels so good IT HITS the SPOT It is guaranteed I saysis Inclination opening condition n securityChicago 0 experienced permanent Ifs THE SUPERIOR Steel Disc In offering the Superior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard county we do not offer them an experiment but a SUCCESSFUL RE ALITY Our Drill has been onthe market two seasons and we have made improvements over the last two years that cannot b a beaten NEW OIL CUPS IN DISC and a large single Steel Drag Bar The simplest drill on the market A great many have been sold and every one has given perfect satisfatction It is the ORIGINAL and only per fect Disc Drill made BEWARE OF IMITATIONS The Superior perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and can be put into the hardest ground Ifyou want the best Disc Drill made buy the Superior G Sv GAINES Agt Lan caster Ky Frame Drill willdo I it J rt iV p J J flj Buys Partners Intrrest Dolph Rice has bought the interest of Churchill Yeager in the livery at Danville and as soon as the burned stable is repaired will run the business in his own name Dolph will purchase an entire new outfit of bug gies stoclc etc Seed Wheat We have seme splendid seed wheat for sale It has been screened clean and uniform grain call and see us A 13 MARKSBURY business Mothers Friend There is no full of meaning wordso holy recollections cluster as that of MOTHER she who watched over our infancy and guid ed first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant is beset with danger all should be made to avoid it I and about which such tender ans our Mother effort so assists nature in the change talc ing place that the Expectant Mother bled to look for ward without is na dread suffering or gloomy tore bodings to the hour she experiences the joy of Motherhood Its insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child and she is found stronger after than before short it makes Childbirth natural and easy as so many have said Dont be persuaded to use anything but MOTHERS FRIEND My wife suffered more in ten with either of her other two than she did with her last having previously used four of Mothers It is a to any one expecting to says a customer HENDERSON DALE Illinois Of Druggists at 1100 or sent by express on receipt of price Write for book containing testimonial and valuable information for alt Mothers free The BradfleU Regulator Co Atlanta Ga CONFEDERATE VETERANS They Receive it Cordial Invitation to Visit the TransMississippi International at Omaha NEV ORLEANS Oct Gen Moorman by order of Gen J B Gor don commanding United Confederate veterans Tuesday issued an order stating that a cordial fraternal letter has been received at these headquarters from Gen L S Clarkson past com mander of the G A R now general manager of the TransMississippi and International expositiou at Omaha Neb especially inviting all excon federates to attend that exposition during the peace jubilee week from October 10 to 15 The general commanding desires this generous invitation made known to all the United Confederate veteran camps and to all the exconfederates so that as many as desire can attend the interesting and patriotic cere It is reported that the headquarters of the Cuban insurgent government will be moved within a fortnight to Valadero a seaside resort near Car denas LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route piritualists national convention Washington D c October 1821 1898 Synod of Tennessee Madisonville October 2527 1898 Tennessee Christian Missionary Convention Memphis Tenn October 49 1898 v M E Church South Holston Womans W CL T U conven tion Jonesboro Tenn October 54isas American christain convention New Market Ont October 1017 1898 Grand knight of honor Nash ville Tenn October 1214 1898 Luther America New York City October 1820 1898 For dates marked Agents in Ten nessee only will sell Annual Convention Christain church Tenn October 1321 1898 One lara the round trip via the famous Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale from all points October 10th to good until Oct 24th to return See that your tickets read Queen Cres cent Handsome yestibuled trains Short Line Free reclining Chair Cars n night trains your ticket agents for particulars us confinementin Ie minutes children bottles become aNOTHER Carmi Exposition 5Adjt monies r eague Chattan gga 13th the A I conference I not neglect a Cough Cold udelays are dangerous Foleys Honey ufe and sure Contains no opiates and guaranteed CROUP ot Infants d children die yearly jf Croup every one of these innocents could been naved had Fo leys Honey arid Tar given them in tl COUCHS- Do r of en ure is and Tarisa pleasant Thousand have Dean CONSUMPTION Foleys Honey end Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced taKe but claim to give relief in the very worst cases and in early stage to effect a cure The Father of Miss May Collins the Kea tucky Free Thinker Who Was Found Dead Commit Snicde PARIS Ky Oct 4 T C Collins father of Miss May Collins the free thinker who was found dead in a Uoston hotel with a male compandor over a year ago drowned himself in a pond at Elizabeth four miles from Paris He first loosened the tap on one wheel ef his buggy then tied himself in the buggy and drove into ten feet of water in the pond lIe was not quite dead when discovered but never regained con aciousness It is believed that a recent escapade of a younger daughter caused him commit suicide Temperance Workers in Louisville LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 1 Temper ance workers are swarming into the city from all quarters of the state Fri day for the ISth annual convention of the state W C T U which will be in augurated Friday evening with a great rally in the Warren Memorial church The sessions will continue until Wednesday of next week and will be participated in by many leaders of the temperance movement from this and other states More Tobacco Factories K Oct 1 The tobac co crop in this vicinity was never bet ter and Owensboro is making prepara tions to take care of it Already there are 28 factories or warehouses with an average capacity of 1000003 pounds each the American tobacco factory having a capacity of 3000000 pounds The following are building new Finzer Brothers Charles Birk John Hughes and J HunterBelL Yellow Fever Refugees Invited to Ixmis yUle LOUISVILLE Ky Oct club of this city being assured by the state health auttibrities that there is no possible danger to be apprehended by such action passed a resolution Monday inviting refugees from the yellow fever districts to make Louisville their hospice No health certificatesare necessary Excited LEXTXGTOX Ky Oct 4 The of the removal of the troops from Camp Hamilton to some point further south has thrown Lexington merchants and others into an anxious state of mind They are bestiring themselves trying to hit upon some scheme whereby the troops can be here Migration of Gamblers LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 1 The grand jury was at work Friday on a batch of indictments against proprietors and employes of gambling games As sult nearly every train out of the city has aboard some knights of the green cloth who are seeking more congenial climes and avoiding arrest A Mammoth Cornstalk Ky Oct R Riffe living a mile east of here has on exhi bition a cornstalk the like of which has never been seen in this or any othercountry The stalk measures 17 feet high and bears 8 well developed ears while the sour roots come out from the tenth joint forming a space of three feet in circumference around the stalk A Cold Neglect Pneumonia Grief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used this story would have had a ending 1m Kentucky td OWE SrOnO factories 4The Commercial after likelihood retained are GLE WOOD 4W A happier 1 ot s or rf rrJ LexIngton Short SaStory E A house full of Buyers ASTHMA Foleys Honey and laguaranteed to clre prompt relief in all cases of Asthma Do not class this with other medicine that has failed to give you relief PNEUMONIA- Dr J O Bishop of Ag new Mich I have used Foleys Honey and Tar In three very severe cases of Pneamo cia the past month with good results Tar says JqiNETENTHS of all the pain andsicknessfrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of menstruation Nearly always LA CRIPPE I If you have had the Or yon probably need a re liable medicine like Fol leys Honey and to heal your lungS and stop the rocking incidental to this dl Tal cough WALLACETON Born to the wife of Wm Wilson on the 30th a boy Mr John Mitchell San is confined to the house with a complication of rheumatism neuralgia etc Mr Salem Wylie who has been suf fering for nearly a month with fever seems to be slowly improving Wallaceton and vicinity have at last adopted Standard time and now our Common Schools religious services etc are opened accordingly The supper at the Baptist Church here Friday night was quite a success A large crowd had their appetites the best of order prevailed anti the receipts amounted to about 25 The Trustees Election here Saturday was the quietest for years There was none of the wire pulling which usually at so many places attends and disgraces the occasion In there was hardly a quorum of the voters present Months of neglect cannot ba over come by feeding a few 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 1m Several of our farmers became so in dustrious and economical last week that they put in the beautiful nights in their corn fields rather than see the time and their fodder both go to waste On the fifth Sunday of the present month the Baptist Church here will be dedicated Rev J B Crowch of Stanford will preach the dedicatory sermon and a grand time is anticipa ted I have for sale or to exchange for sheep a good workmare only 8 years old Also a nice bay horse 6 years old a good work horse a nice dark bay and an excellent trotter For farther particulars call on or address Baker Wallaceton fALL WOMEN satisfied I when a woman Is not well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick Is natures provision for the lation of the menstrual function It cures all female troubles It Is equally effective for the girl In teens the young wife with and maternal cares and benefltted by It fat adVIce fa cases requMnr apedii the Ladles Advisory Department THOS J Tup HIM sass MUr CWM her UM h MtMr tamfh MM Ctonf rt II domestic periodknownThey all need It They are all II directions address l1OOIIo cOO rr WI sit McEUtLifleofcdU TesaI sad sMtrIMieN sad dieters ll reltees her Wial if Cad sad t OF LEXINGTON KY Over 11500000 Paid in Maturities Over 4000000 Reserve and Surplus The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898 Name Address Cost Paid Rev J H Stanley Lexington Ky 9M 205 Richmond Ky 950 20 J H Baker Lcxingtog Ky 1050 J Enter Lexington Ky 1050 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 10 0 Newport News Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 2 Newport News Syndicate ewport News Va 1050 S Newport Vews Syndicate Newport News Va 1050 S Paris Ky 950 2 Hattie Jacobs Cincinnati 0 850 1744 Patrick and Mary Fox Maysville Ky 900 2006 E L Denhard Louisville Ky 850 17JI Louisville Ky 85fl 1741 Lexington Ky 950 200t F H Norton Lexlcgton Ky 950 2oOS Mrs A T Million Richmon Ky 850 I74t F H Norton Lexington Ky 950 2006 Robert Hoeflich Maysville Ky 850 1744 Mrs Emma L Latta Lexington Ky 850 1744 C and Martha Diggs Lexington Ky 750 1500 B A Spangler Louisville Ky 750 1500 Gladys Huffman Butte Mont 750 1500 Howard Snepherd Lexington Ky 850 I Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 850 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 850 1744 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 850 1744 Howard Shepherd LexingtonJCy 8J30 1 Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky f SJ50 1 A J Wlntcramith Paducah Ky 750 1500 B L Eggleston Lexiugtin Ky 750 1500 Mary K Fadden LexingtonKy 6f0 12 Grand Rapids SUch C 0 12 Mrs L Z Taylor Richmond Ky GJQ 111 B R Gray Newport News Va t 6 0 1257 Mary A Warren Lexington Ky C50 122 Helen McEIrath Carrolton Ky 650 l5Vollenweider McArtlmrO 650 1 Daniel Boone Club Richmond Ky S50 1257 Daniel Roone Club Richmond Ky 650 125 Newland Jones Richmond Ky 650 12J W F White Estate Lexington Ky 5550 14400 Lexington Ky 5050 14400 W F White Estate Lexington Ky 5050 11400 Annie P Peal Lexington Ky 4650 i A L Marschall Lexington Ky 4550 D Finch Danville Ky 4950 14103 John L Fischer Louisville Ky 4950 14100 D B Good Lexington Ky 4950 14100 V N Gardner Lexington Ky 4850 13SOO Mrs Jennie Fesler Cincinnati 0 4G50 iairo Luke U Milward Lexington Ky 41JO 12600 Baptist Church Paris Ky 47X0 135CO Co Lexington Ky 4150 11700 Baltimore Md 4150 11700 O R Marshall 4650 13200- W C Nichols Louisville Ky 2275 6150 D B Good Lexington Ky 4550 12900 W B Anderson and wife Lexington Ky 4450 12600 Riley Versailles Ky 4450 Lexington Ky 4450 12600 D B Good Lexington Ky 4450 12600 Dr 8 A Donaldson Lexington Ky 4250 120CO Donaldson Lexington Ky 42X0 120CO G M Asher Lexington Ky 4350 12300 A Lexington Ky 42 0 12000 Purcell Lexington Ky 4150 11700 Mrs Sallie Owens Lexington Ky r 425J 12000- F C Smith La Grange Ky 41X0 11700 Valente Sentney Lexington Ky 41X0 11700 Mrs Armstrong Lexington Ky 4150 11700 Total 1GGS25 441540 Profit Over Cost 274715 A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary For jarflcfllars can on J C HeipMll local apt Lancaster Ky Co Climax PrlntingCo 22 J Forzton C D Doll F II Norton FlI Drake Otto E Good Co 12900- V R FJohnson R F Johnson Lexington J Y 12ti 00 F H Norton Dr S A Newton J D J D Southern utua1 Investment e 5 nis M 1741 Rev M Skin Diseases For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rheum and eczema Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the and smarting almost instantly and continued use effects a cure It also cures itch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands sore eyes and granulated lids Dr Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier andvermifnge Price 25cents Druggist Lancaster SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE COOP NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Office over Post Office LAXCASTSB KEICTTTCKV Bring us your Job Printing 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