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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 14, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898101401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 14, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. in F0Jr,C2tf in gm ''"atgjLg1' I Cloaks JX. Entered at the .Pott Office in Laneadter, Ky., at Second Claw Jf alter. NUMBER 27 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OOTOBE - , U- - L893, 'V?,,0. Prettiest wraps at Joseph's. Joseph's cloaks are beauties. Wanted, veal calves, 11. IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. at Josephs, Kay Peas meet tonight I Rumors of another wedding soon. The Kentucky boom. rive.' is on a big S5.50. J. C. Most stylish dress goods at Joseph's v Fnssh Timothy Seed for sale at T. Cu Trey's, cheap. Suits for Hemph If you want neat job work, come to The Record office. ing and dyeing. I would like to do your plain sew Mrs. Ophelia Dunn, McSherry Disc Drills BEST, Call and see a beautiful line of Hugs at J. A. Beazley & Co. ARE THE VERY SEE SAMPLE. J. R. Haselden, HARDWARE Col.W. G.Welch. Stanford. STORE. W. I. Williams Our line of Dress Goods is one of the Joseph may not have a "coat of prettiest in Kentucky. All we a sic is mmy colors" but He has the prettiest an inspection J. Joseph, cloaks in townls Nathan Noe sold part of. his farm The night trains "carry many people 100 acres, to a Laurel county man, at and the officials are delighted with S40 per acre. the change. Buy y jur shoes and furnishing goods We don't blow about our goods, but from Ji B. Jennings, and get the hand ask the people to call and see them. some new S.5J buckboard that he is go sept-3The goods talk for themselves. ing to give away. . J. Joseph. J 0 WELCH i Lancaster. the law office of Capt Ilerndoo, where he will bo glad to see any one wishing Attorney Joe Haseldcn has gone into Sio.oo. Dont fail to see my Tailor-Mad- e WILLIAMS his services.' Suit for Ten Dollars. It is and a perfect fit is guaranteed. J. a HemphilL Attorneys at Law, Lancaster AH Ky. business attended to promptly BEAZLEY OARSMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMI BALMING a SPECIALTY. Notice. I will prosecute to the full extent of I wili be from home next week, but the law, without distinction to parties Messrs E. W. and J. Randolph Harris any and all persons caught fishing in Satisfacwill wait on my customers. the lake on the distillery premisas. oct-- 7 V tion guaranteed. Jxo. W. Miller, Mgr. M. D. Hughes, Agent Sure Fits. To make an everlasting friend of a The wayfaring man, though a fool , give her a sealskin cloak. But ladj-could not err in my measure blanks. few men can afford such luxuries. J. You are sure to get a fit. If you do Jossph h is the prettiest line of cloa!s not don't take the suit. Come and in Central Ken tuck v. compare pricjs and quality of goods. M. D. Hugiiks, Aent lladly Needed. Feot ISall Saturday. Hustle up the lights on Depot street, M.:s-rsCounciimen. People w h o The Richmond players failed to show grope their way through the mudholes up and the game announced for last at night do not use Sunday school lan- week was postponed until tomorrow guage in regard to the miserable Saturday, afternoon. " he teams will streets. tussle and pull wool in Dr. Herring's field at 2 o'clock. Tumor Removed. To Satisfy a Few. Drs. Kinnaird and Acton successLancaster is the only town on the fully removed a tumor from Fr.ink McMilliau's neck Tuesday. It had map where Sunday mail is leftunopen caused McMdlian much trouble and" eJ until Monday. Shall the will we are glad to say he will soon be all the majority be respected or shall one s high or two would-b- e right. contiuue to rule the rjost? . muck-a-muck- Furniture, Carpets, Lancas' er, Ky. &c. AiiKttn. Mr. Clayborn Lear 111. Mrs. James Austin died at her home, to note-t- he ill "The Record-regret- s in. Upper (Jarr:fnl, "Thursday "night. She had suffered some time from etn-ce- r. ness of Mr. Clayborn Lear, the vener She was a christian lady and be- able father of Mr. John F. Lear. While loved by all who knew her. The re- confined to his bed, we are glad to say mains were interred in the Lancaster he is not considered dangerously ill and will soon be able to go about. Cameterv. SUITS, OVRCOATS For men that positively beyond the peradventure of a doubt, are Superior in every point that goes to make a garment of value to the purchaser, to ever' garment shown in Lancaster at the same price. A bold statement, if you will, but one which we will stand back of. It is our resolve to give the people" of Lancaster one house which lives up to it's promise of giving more for the money than any house does. We do not rant, brave, but make yotu a perfectly square business proposition. Fresh barrel sorghum at G. S. Gaines! The chain gang is doing good work Friendship Heart Charms for brace' lets, in gold and silver, at J. C Thomp about town. son's. The best two horse wagon on the In these days people want low prices market at G. S. GainesV aud good quality. We have both, andMiss Eugenia Dunlap is quite ill of ask you to call and examine.' J. Joseph typhoid fever at St Joseph's hospital " Ladles Aid Society. in Lexin 'ton. The above society will meet at Mrs. All the latest Novelties in Woolens Greenleaf's Saturday afternoon at two come and see o'clock and business of importance will for men's wear now in, C. HempailL J. them. be transacted. For Kent. City Property For Kent. Dwelling now occu u-- by Butler My home on Lexington street, be' ox, on uicampnu sireeu tween College and Jud.ye Hemphill's. W. J. Romans. Ai Full particulars on application to Fisher Herring. Mrs. Su?an Fisher. tf Notice. t due. Pay be "ore the Taxes Farm Sold. penalty goes on. Col. L. F. Hubble, Lancaster's Real J. B. Sanders, S. G. C. Estate Agent, sold this week to Mr. J. Dry R. Hargett, of Jessamine county, the The latest and most the farm of J. I. Hamilton, on the new Goods, Saoes and Novelties at J. JoDanville' pike, known as the Burdett seph's. Hall farm, for S25ipjr acre. PossesWill pay 10c fcr fresh eggs; 5c for sion given Jan. Ist,;8t9 for lare, 7c for hens, spring chix Small Wreck. small; young dux 4c, old 3c. geese 25 The afternoon mixed train jumped to 30c. II. B. Northcott the track at Silver Greek Monday afTo the Grand Lodge. ternoon. No one was hurt but it Either Jacob Joseph or W. B. Mason several hours to clear the represent the local Masonic lodge wreck. The night train from Cincin- will Lodge in Louisville next nati came around' via. Livingston. at the Grand This is the first wreck on the Rich- week. mond branch in a year or better. Removal. Dr. nugh M. Grant has taken rooms Fine Farm Sold. Mr. W. G. Andjrsan's on Danv'.lle Mr. Thos. E. Adams sold his excel- at street 'J he handsome property of lent farm last week' to Br Wyatt LetMrs. Fisher, lormerly occupied by Dr. cher. The land lies at Camp Dick is advertised for rent elsewhere Robinson and is one of the most pro- Grant, ductive in Garrard county. It con- in 'Iiie Record. tained 210 acres and- Dr. Letcher gave No Preaching Sundas. to cash. S54.75 per acre, equivalent Elder Gowen requests The Rkcord Posession is to le given not later than to announce that he has gone to Chat Jauu-r- y 1, next. tanooga to attend the Annual Conven tion- of the CI r'stian church and will Approaching Nuptials. The coming marriage of Jesse W. not be here to fill his appointment Sweeney and Miss Lula B was SuLday. Hack to Work. announced by E d. Gowen Sundty, to take p'.acj in the Christian church, John Duncan, who has been con fin Wednesday morning, October 19, at ed to his bed for several months, i ten o'clock. All relatives and friends able to resume work in his barber of the contracting parties are cordial- shop over Bjnge's stable. He will be ly invited to attend, no special invita- glad to see his old friends and will ap tions being issued. prociate a share of the public's patrj nage. tf At Work in Hospital. Back to His Regiment. Dr. Vesle3', who has been at work Will Dunlap, who has baen here on in the hospitalln Stan ford' for "a month or more, returned to Lancaster Friday. a furlough for somj weeks, returned A report got out to the effect that he to his regiment, the Gth cavalry, Monwould not be back here, but this is day. 'J he regimjnt is still at Montauk. Dr. Wesley is Will is trying to get an honorable dis' without foundation. here now to stay and will continue to charge, but there are so many similar have his office at Dr. O'Neal's former applications now on file that his pa pers have not been reached. office on Lexington street - Peaches, Grapes, Pears and Fancy apples at G. S. Gaines. B. NorthcotU CLEAR THE TRACfCS WE ARE BOUND FOE. The Logan Drv Good Lancaster, Ky. We heard about their IMMENSE stock Go, of DRY GOODS, UNDERWEAR, LADIES' JACKETS, CAPES, etc. One of our neighbors, who went with his fami- the other day, to make their Fall purchases, says they are selling GOOD GOODS CHEAPER ly than anybody. So we are in a great hurry to get there and make our Fail purchases before the nice things are gone. Get up there, Maud S!" Nufses Scarce. Some difficulty was experienced in finding a trained nurse for Lt. her-rilast week. There has been so mu:h sickaess among ths soldiers that nearly all the nurses have bsen engaged in the hospitals. It looks like more women ought to take up this profession. The pay is good and there is al s ways a demand for nurses. first-clas- tt Kev. Campbell Resigns-Re- v. T. H. Campbell tendered his re Gome. and Lto.ok . - . . .. . : v; . atvour Suits and Overcoats. If they do not come up to our de- scription dont buy. If they do, give us your trade, always with the understanding that you can have your money back cheerfully,- for any goods not satisfactory. " . signation as pastor of the local Baptist church Thursday night, the same to take effect last of this month. It is to be regretted that Rev. Campbell will not remain here. We have fre quently referred to him as a man who "practiced what he preached." His influence had a splendid effect Lieut. "Wherritt Improving. trained nurse, from Louisville.has been secured to wait on Lt Wherritt He has improved yery much during the last week and is now considered out of danger. O; course he will need careful watching and attention from now on, but, this being at hand, his legion of friends are greatly encour aged as to his condition. A Compliment Tor Rowan Rowan Safley, of Stanford, has" been given a commission as second lieuten ant in the Lebanon company. His many friends over here rejoice at his Oyster Supper. The ladies of the Methodist church luck. Rowan is like his father, Jud will give an oyster supper at the Lan Saufley: a mighty clever man. caster Hotel, next Tuesday night, Oct The Dudderar .Mill. 18th. Supper will begin at 5 p. m. I have rented the famous Dudderai and will consist of oysters, offee, pickles, breads, and salads. Price of Mill, near Gilberts Creek, and am pre supper 25 cents. '1 he public in gener pared to furnish the very best flour. al is cordially invited to attend, enjoy Will make a specialty of custom grind an excellent supper and aid a good ing. Farmers, bring along your wheat and co n. Satisfaction guaranteed. cause. 10-- llatterton. Miss Martha Batterton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Batterton, of Danville, was married in that c'.ty, Wednesday, to Dr. Clarence L Bell, of Hartford City, Ind. The bride has many acquaintances in Lancaster who extend congratulations. The grocm is a brother of Jack Bell, who has visit ed in Lancaster and Crab Orchard Springs. 15ell is just coming under the protection the greatest flag on earth. Train will make fast time to Ports Bourbon Steam T.aundry. named and will connect with fine Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the sto.imer service to various Ports in CuBourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your ba, Porto Rico ond Famaica. It marks orders at Sweeney's store. tf a new era in railroading in this cjuu- To Muter Out. We hear it pretty, straight that the Second Regiment will be mustered out when it aasembles at Lixlngton on the ISth. The officers held a meeting Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and happy. b; ritory which 7 Joiin-C-. Potts. gen's Suits at $7:50 gen's-- . Suits ' -- ; . That are strictly all wool made of the very best fabrics thor- oughly tested. They will wear .as near like iron as any cloth can. They are made with a 'wide facing extending to' the V arm holes, every, seam is, sewed with .linen thread. at $10-- . . ., -- ; ;.: -- c Th3y.are.th3 t)33t for,4,he.jiX)ney.eyer offered. .Briefly they-' are made of fine, selected, long wool. The tailoring is done by the most experienced workmen, the insides of the garments which you can not see are faithfully made. . ' You can have choice ofabout 25 neat styles embracing all kinds of fancy patterns and mixtures, also plain colors. We will admit in selecting these suits our endeavor was to beat in value any suit ever offered in this city for the same money, and we know Ave have done it. ' See our Line of Novelties in Suits at $12.00, 15 00 and 16.50. No Tailor in the country ' can get up any better. . Overcoats at $5, 7.50, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00. We can sliow you the greatest line of overcoats ever shown in Lancaster for the money. " See our top coats at $12 00. at $3.50, Also our New York box coat ' ' , . Hats, boots, shoe3 and furnishing goods for every body. See us before buying your 'fall outfit. We can and will save you money. . Logan &, EoTDinspn. Millinery Openings. Happy Jack Rack. The ladies were out en masse Satur J. II. Miller, better known day to see the pretty hats and other millinery on display at Noel Sisters' "Happy Jack," got back to Stanford and Miss Sallie Tillett's. The stores last week after several years,- sojourn were tastilv decorated and everything to the Faulkland Islands. Many Gar presented a lovely appearance. Many rard "county friends are glad "Happy handscme hats were sold while as ma Jack" is again on Kentucky soil and ny more were ordered laid aside. The hope he will come over and let them ladies of Lancaster and Garrard coun get one more look at him Good Show In Reach. ty do not have to go away from home Foot Amputated. Fields & Hansons minstrels will play to get what they want, as the local Show Anderson, a well thought in Walton's Opera House, Stanford dealers have everything to be found colored man, has been suffering for tomorrow (Saturday) night This com' outside the big cities. some time with his leg. Drs. Wesley, pany consists of 38 hot members and Acton and Bush made an examination the show promises to be first-claPikes in Town. uere s a gooa opportunity lor our The town and county officials are at Monday and found amputation nec folks to see a show, as the drive ii loggerhead-- , as to which shall keep up essary. The operation was success pleasant andiyou can get back soon that part of the pike terminating in fully performei and Show is improv Write M,r. Walton and he will save town. A similar case has been deci' ing rapidly. seats. ded by Jud, e Sat fley, t Dahville.that He Will Keep on Calling. the town had this to do, but the council Randolph Harris has been employed Nice Dance. of Danville will take the cas to a to collect for Tub Record. As it costs A very swell hop was givan at Ma higher court In the meantime the about half the amount of the subscrip oiiie Hall Tueslay evening by the streets in Lancaster will continue to young gentlemen in honor of visiting resemble country creek roads and the tion to have it collected we hope those ladies. Those present were Misses public made to swear and stand it in arrears will settle with Mr. Harris Pearl Burnside and Wood, of Stanford, The officials should come to some promptly. He has been instructed to Christine Bradley Frankfort, Mary agreement and have the much needed to "Keep calling" until you pay him. The usual excuses will Miller, Nell Marrs, Altie Marksbury repairs made, then settle the differ Allie Anderson, Carrie Curry, Jennie ence after the court has made final de- - not baffle him in the least. and Bessie Burnside, Julia May Gaines, The Havana Limited. Among the visiting boys were Lieut The first American railway to an. Rowan Saufley and Gen. Jack Rout, Pretty Drug Store. nounce train service for the especial Stanford, Lieut Kennedy, Lexington Messrs. LillarJ & Stout th hurt benefit of travel to the West Indies has and Others. ling Danville druggists, have had their been heard from. TheQuen & Cresore room c inverted into one of mod cent Route are announcing a fast train Dr. McKce; ern con.'eaience anl oeauty., a steel Dr. Lapsiey McKee preached in the ceiling ha been put on, a new front known as the "Florida. & Havana. Presbyterian church Sunday morning made and t le old shelving rep'a ad by Limited." It will go into service from and also Monday night There is a beautifu1, mod srn. cases. The stjre is Cincinnati, to Tampa, Jasksonville, trong probabil.ty that his services now one of the prettiest in the state. Miami, Mobile and. New Orleans. This exponent of the genuine American will be engaged by the local church Messrs. Lill-ir& Stout keep ii strcc of the time. All everything to be found in a first--" 1 .ss idea of getting into the field ear.y will for at least denominations are fond of Dr. McKee, drugstore. Vheir line of booki is su be a complete vestibuled servic , with and the people are always glad when perb anl we doubt if any sti r j out diners, observation cars, wide vesti he comes here., Religious matters in side the cities carries so larbe a stock bules, electric headlights, and all the Lancaster , are not overly serena just to select from. When in Danville call paraphernalia of the modern railroad sledge and see them. They will treat yon train. It is chiefly to be marked as now, and gooJ, being' first in the field for the new ter-right and. appreciate your trade. hammer preaching is badly needed. two-thir- there last week and decided to take a vote of the men as to whether or not an effort would be made to stay in. We understand the taking of the vote had been commenced when notice was received from wliat is considered "straight authority' to proceed no further, as the War D partment had sealed the fate of the gallant Second. It is a great pity this regiment met with such bad "'Tuck, as it was by far the best in the state, but a hoodoo was in it's path from start to finish. Service or the Kentncky. The people seem to be a little .slow in making contributions toxvaid buying a silver service for the bittleship Kentucky. . They should pause and think how other states have done the proper thing for ships named for them and fork out sufficient cash to give the Kentucky jjst a little nicer set than any other ship has. 'Squire Kinnaird, of this city, is on the committee and any funds left with him will be placed the proper hands. Tub Record would suggest that an entertainment of some kind b gotten up to raise a contribution from Garrard. Now is a good chance for the girls and boys who hive been wearinc llacs. brass but tons, etc., to display their patriotism. There was a young girl of Detroit. Who hunted a mouse for to draw it But she never could tell What it looked like, for well. She fainted as soon as she saw it The Royal is the highest grade baking powdar kaewa. Actral tests show it gaesoae-tair- d fartatr Uca any other braad. POWDER Abtratattly Pura ROYAL BAKMQ POVKCCR CO., NEW VOWCv CENTRAL R&COKD U.0UI3 LA.TiDRA.3f, r'fc'ffwiiiaif4ic'MgiiMiii STATE ODDS AND ENDS. Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. SchooLJ .A. i Bry- - Flour. Flour. Flour. YAK, IS !OKI Mouths. A.DVAXCB " " " f UX) ... - .50 25 TERRIBLY MUTILATED. An Exploilon of a Tank or Acetylene Ga In the Residence of Erucst Tyler, Near ShelbyvUIe. UNUSUAL CASE. FRIDAY, October, 14 1898. ting' to b mora of a nuisance than a benefit. When the volunteers were first organized each man had more or less money which he took to camp. This, together with his first pay, went for clothing, food and other necessities. After ah jut the first two months the GjTernmjnt succeded in getting abmdant supplies of food and clothing, anl, in the meantime, the novelty of soldiering wore off and Mr. Volunteer c included he had best save his little wad. Now the ouly ones who spend their money are the fellows and their dollars are deposited, uot with the merchants, but with bar rooms and disorderly houses. At Lex:ngton, Saturday, it was perfectly clear that only the tougher element was on the street, and a hard one New State Eqnallz.itiou Board. indeed, it was. The better class of Frankfort, Ky., Oct., 12. Gov. L isington people will be glad to say of adieu to Uncle Sam's boys, and we see Bradley has appointed the members the state board of equalization for the wherein they should rejoice. ensuing year, reappointing two of the four members who composed the board A member of the Second Kentucky last year. The new members of the tells us that when the regiment was in board are Senator W. H. Clark, of camp at Chickamauga CoL W. G P. Jackson county, vice A. B. Dyche, of Breckinridge made them a call one Laurel, and Henry R. Overstreet, of day. The boys, on seeing the silver Davies, vice Henry C. Martin, of Hart tongued orator, immediately set about county. The members of last year's to get a speech. They got together board who were reappointed are Geo. and sent for the regimental band The L. WilliB, of Franklin county, and W. leader of the band did not know Breck A. Bullock, of Barren county. inridge from Adam's off ox, and had Furtwood Sluit Hang. never heard of his Pollard scrape. Ev erything was gotten in readiness and Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 11 The court the crowd gathered about headquar of appeals, in an opinion by Chief ters when the dunce of a band leader Justice Lewis, Wednesday affirmed the struck up "lhe Girl I left behnd Me." judgment of the Fayette circuit court, They played and yelled for some time tentencing George A Portwood to be murder but Billy was not forthcoming, and aanged at Lexington for the Bradley our informant says he was soon seen it Richard Purkins. Gov. 's making tall tracks for the railroad sta svill fix the date of the exeetion. appeal was argued before the tion. ;ourt about ten days ago by Judge Seorge Denny, jr., an. insanity pleabe-ji- g Samisox is still trvine to wrest from his main defense. Schley the glory of destroying- Cevera's Got. Bradley Fill a Vacancy. fleet. The Navy Department has finaln ly taken official cognizance of the Frankfort, Ky., Oat. 12. The of J. Buford Hendrick, of this quarrel between the two men and has airectea a board to assemble and de-- jity, as a member of the board of com:e the question officially. missioners of the state Everybody knows Schley did the work and h institution was accepted by Gov. Brad-'c- y should train his guns on the board and and John H. Stuart, the well known sea tnat his great victory is not allow aewspaper man, selected to fill the Mr. Hendrick's inability, on ed to be shifted to Sampson sinmlv be cause the administration is on the lat- - lecount of his private business affairs, to attend to the duties required of him ter's side. is commissioner, caused his resignatWood G. Dunlap, in withdrawing ion. from the race for the reDudliean nnm Heavy F.ne Remitted. ination for congress in the Seventh Frankfort, Ky., Oct 12. Executive tusirict, says among other things slemency was extended in the case of equally as straight from the shoulder: Dharles Shepherd, of Glasgow, convict-:"Mr name will not be presented at in the Barren circuit court of operatthe Frank.'ort convention. I know ing a gambling contrivance and given that I can get quite a complimertary vote, but 1 do not desire to detract i fine of 500 and two years' imprisonuc iuta irom tde magnificent victory ment Shepherd had served the prison uucers ana ""hers; men part of the sentence and the remission V WhO did not rinro fnn .1 siau- - jf the fine was requested by a number derous charges in "person, muir make nor county. v..tul nurLuy oi nonce Dy their signa jf well known people of Barren tures m the newspapers." to Rcgin the Campaign. Anxlnnt Louisvilxk, Ky., Oct 12. Louisville The chaplain on the battleshin Ore gon was tried for criticising an officer lemoerats are anxious to have the conand wiggled out by saying he was full gressional campaign opened, and to of brandy and didn't know what he that end several clubs are trying to in was saying. This chap is about of the irrange to have speakers brought alsame calibre as most "ministers" in from the state. Evan Settle has A meeting of the Uncle Sam's service and is preaching ready been invited. :ampaign committee will be held lor what cold cash there is in the job. Wednesday, at which the matter will Saint Peter will not wear out the hinges of his pearly gata letting in souls be given attention. converted by the preaching of army Smith Murder Trial. ana navy "ministers." Ky., Oct 12. The Habdinsbubo, trial of Frank Will Smith for murder, The Peace Commissioners continue which has been brought here from the to squabhle-witthe representatives Ohio circuit court, was called Tuesirom bpam. The commissioners are day. Both sides announced ready. said, at Washington, to have decided Fifty witnesses are here in the case. to let questions concerning the Phil J. C. Graham, of the Le itch field bar, ippines rest until other matters have is conducting the prosecution in the been disposed of. "Both sides are Attorney absence of Prosecuting everything" said a Washing- Chelf. ton official in summerizinc the work of Dispatcher Mann Resign. the commissioners up to the present Pabib, Ky Oct 12. Ben Mann, moment. chief train dispatcher of the K. C. division of the L. & N., has resigned A Fbexch doctor is now asserting and is succeeded by Harry H. Hanthat a person who is so unfortunate as cock, next in line of promotion. J. to haj his head removed by the guil- A. Bower succeeds Hancock, and A. J. lotine retains the senses of sight, Binzell, of Maysville, takes Bowers smell and hearing for three hours af- place. ter the supposed execution, and that Kentucky Soldier Dead. death by such a method is one of the Lexington, Ky., Oct 12. Russell H. most prolonged forms of capital punishment. A public test might be well Patterson, Company F, 2d Kentucky, died Tuesday night at the Protestant made, using the aforesaid infirmary. He was about 25 years old as the subject. and comes from Lebanon, Ky. He had The Court of Appeals, in an opinion recovered from typhoid fever and was by Judge Guffy, Republican, unani- on a furlough when the relapse came. mously upholds the Separate Coach Death of a Valuable Mare. law and says the State had the right PABis.Ky., Oct 12. Douglas Thomas to jiass such a law and that it is the has lost by death his fast right and duty of the railroads to en- mare, Bessie Wilton (2:09), by Wilforce it If the colored people are ton, dam Lemonade, by Kentucky given as good coaches as the white Prince, jr. Bessie Wilton could trot folks ride in, its hard to see why they in 2:06, and was valued at 810,000. should raise a kick against this law. Six Years for JohuD. Tonne;, Jr. Owingbyiixe, Ky., Oct 12. The jury The Pillager Indians went on the D. Young, jr., for "war path in Minnesota and several in the case of John soldiers have been killed. It would the killing of Plinny Fassett, rendered be, a good idea to take the soldiers a verdict of manslaughter and fixed his sow lounging about camps and let punishment at six years in the penitentiary. them practice killing these red devils-ThDIdu't Know it Waa Loaded. sooner the Indian is exterminated Frankfort, Ky., Oct 12. Kit Ellis, the bstter it will be for the country. colored, was accidentally shot by Al Secretary Alger tries to squirm bert Hallek, also colored, and is reout of answering a number of ques ported dying. It was another case of "didn't know it was loaded." tions propounded by the investigating Toledo, O., Oct 12. An old man committee. The latter are preparing to take another fir at the secretary named Boyer dropped dead Monday oi and it is hoped they will tighten, the heart disease while visiting at the Benjamin screws 'til the old guy tells all he home of his Turner, colored, of West Liberty. knows. harem-scar-ePort-tvoodresig-aatiofeeble-minded d h saw-bone -- The soldiers at Lexington are get- Tyler, Shei.hyvili.e, Ky., Oct 12. Ernest one of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens of Shelby county, was terribly injured at noon Tuesday at his residence, six miles west of this place, by the explosion of a tank containing acetylene gas. He had just completed a modern residence and inplant stalled an acetylene gas it. While exilluminating for it sudthe apparatus amining loud a denly exi leded with rerort. Mr. Tyler's face was horribly mutilated, his jawbone being fractured in three places. All his teeth were knocked out and one eye was badly lacerated. He also sustained a severe contusion at the base of the brain. Physicians, say he may recover unless complications arise, but will be disfigured for life. John Gray and Katie Laroer Harried on a Licence Which Bad Been Iitued to Them Eight Yean Ago. T Books family was visiting relatives here this week. Miss Kate Payne is on the sick antsvme, was here Friday on business. n. iummins, 01 Stanford, was here with home folks Sunday. Joe Lunce- ford and family of Paint Lick; was nere this week visiting his home folks. A stubborn cough or tickling in the mroat yields to One minute uough Cure. Harmless in effect touches the right spot, reliable and just what is wantea. it acts at once, btormes Drug Store. lm MARKSBURY. Rev. W. M. Kuykendall preached at Shelbyville Sunday, in Rev. Davis' a lead. Leslie Pollard has mo red to the farm recently purchased bv Messrs. Berry and Joe xuggle. J. C. Boner went to Cincinnati Mon d day, with e of hogs. M. G. Aldridge, of Brodhead. has moved bis family to the farm be re cently purchased of his mother. The many friends of M. F. Rout are glud to see he is able to be out, after several weeks' coefinementto bis room He was greatly with rheumatism. missed in the bunday school, for in taking up the collection no one gets as many pennies as Mr. Kout Mr. and Mrs. James Bias, of Detroit Michigan, are visiting the family of John Royston. James A. Boner of Danville, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Boner Sunday. Mesiames Liizzie btmpson and Martha .bright, of Stanford, visited John Simpson last week. Miss Hallie Rice returned home last Monday, after a pleasant visit to friends in London. She was accom panied by little Miss Ethel Yanden Miss Katie Simpson and Ejh P.Brown, Miss Lizzie Thompson and R L Jen nings, Miss JNelne liourne and Ike Dunn and John Wolfolk and Joe Rice, were guests of Miss Lizzie Simpson, last Sunday. Mrs. S. A. Norris is vis iting relatives at Marcellns. When you have a bad cold Dr. Incli nation would recommend Chamber lain's Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and sale to take. Ur. ilxpe rience would recommend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and permanent cure. Dr. Reason would recommend it because it is prepared on scientmc principles, and acts on na ture's plan in relieving the lungs open ing the secretions and restoring the system to a natural and healthy con dition. Dor sale by K. is. Mc Roberts, lm car-loa- 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 mone Can Martin Wagners Extra Table Poach for Dots. 2 lb Can Sliced Pine Apples for 13 cts. 2 lb Can Grated Pineapples for 13 eta. 2 lb Can Betsys Peas for 5 cts. 3 lb Can Boston Baked Beans 'for 3 cts. 25 lb Sack Beat Lilly White Patent Flour for 55 cts. 25 lb Sack Beat Imperial Flour for 53 cts. Frankfort, Ky., Oct 7. County Attorney Polsgrove, of this county, was called on Thursday for an opinion in a rather unusual case involving the happiness of a couple from the country, who were anxious to get married quickly, the groom especially so, as he feared that the prospective bride might change her mind. The parties to the wedding, which occurred shortly after the rendition of the opinion, were John Gray and Katie Larcer. They had been sweethearts since 1800, and the trouble arose over the attempt to get married on a license secured by Gray in that year, but never used. The min ister wouldn't perform the ceremony, and Gray appealed to the county At torney. He said that he had purchas ed the license is the spring of 1890 on the promise of Miss Larcer to marry him, but that she changed her mind before the ceremony 'was performed. He returned the license to the county clerk but did not give up hope of finally having an opportunity to use it He continued to display his affection for the woman in question until she finally agreed tomarry him. County Attorney Pols- grove decided that the license was still good, and the couple were married immediately. A Romance of the War. Louisville, Ky., Oct 7. Lieut Luke Terrell, of Company E, Louisville legion, who is home on a sick furlough, has announced that he is engaged to a Spanish girl, Mexia Antonius, of Ponce, whom he will marry on November 15, after rejoining They fell in love his regiment when the American soldier tended the girl's father, a Spanish officer, while he was dying. Louisville, Effort to Stop Gambling. Ky., Oct 11. All the McRobrts' Drug Store. Old books taken in exchange. BACK CREEK. Remember, OUR PRICES are always the LOWEST. has closed for a time on account of diphtheria. CoL Medors is erecting a magnificent residence on the farm he recently pur chased. Wheat sowing in full bast and a large acreage will be sown. There is some complaint of weevel in wheat We have but little visiting news, a great number of people coma to this place, but few go away. Miss paid a flying visit to Miss Friday The health of this community is good, and is always good. In fact the death rate is so low we have old people here who never saw a hearse. Our old friend, Major D. Gulley, has been appointed superintendent of our County Infirmary, and we are confi dent it will be conducted in a first- class manner. Miss Agnes Donahue and' brother, attended Divine Worship at Danville Sunday. Mrs. Ann M. Doty leaves to- aay ior an extended trip to southern Kentucky. Miss Nettie Parks' school discontinued this week on account of the sickness of her sister. Mrs. Ch oe West will return to her old homestead Christmas. Don't think Mr. Editor this place is not in God's country because it is call ed "Back Creek," for when Adam was turned out of the Garden of Eden, the only request he made was to be permitted io go out and spend the remain der of his days on Back Creek, knowing that by the terms of the divine Command he could make his living easier here than any where on all the eartn. You ought to know that when suf fering from any kidney trouble that a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney Cure. Guaranteed, or money refund ed. im MoCREARY. Miss Kate Arnold's school at Lowell list this week. Ben Patton. of BLUE GASS GROCERY CO. E. W. PERKINS, Clerk, EZPH. P. BROWN, Mgr. Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco. Office, National Bank. R. KINNIARD men are dress Not all well-dresse- d J. one-thir- C. HEMPHILL, police of Louisville gave new bonds Monday and took the oath anew. In order that the coppers may be sure hereafter that they are pledged to break up gambling each oath was con cluded as follows: "And I further swear that I will endeavor to the best of my ability to detect and prosecute all gamblers and others violating the laws against gambling. So help me God." Otrensboro Fair Proceed. Owensbobo, Ky., Oct 1L The gate receipts of the meeting of the Daviess county fair, just closed, amounted to Mr. Dave Sutton had a valuable milk cow killed by a kick from ahorse having been exceeded by the receipts of but one previous meeting, The attendance on Saturday, he last day, was 10,000. The company also derived $1,450 from the sale of special privileges on the grounds. The com pany will probably declare the usual dividend. The Futurity Race. Lexington, Ky., Oct 7. Notwith standing the heavy track this year's Futurity was the 'fastest ever trotted, won by Peter the Great,owned by Peter V. Johnson, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Sired by Pilot Medium. Charley Herr, divided Limerick and Seraphina, second, third and fourth money. Best time 2:12K in third heat 55,817.40, The young people of the Buckeye church will give an entertainment at that place the 22nd inst Everybody i iuviwu i.u niiBuu. Aumission oniy 10 cents. Miss Bertha Burnside, of your city. was the guest of Miss Minnie Pherigo last weeic. A. b Moberley and daughter, Miss Kate, have gone to Kansas. the balance of the family will go in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. D. Gulley spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson, at- - Hiattaville. Will Simpson has gone to the cities to buy his fall goods. Don't fail to see them when they come. Misses Sallie and Myrtle Nave visited the Miss Clarks at Marksbury, the latter part of last week. Miss Maggie Walsh, of Pine-yillwho has been the guest of Miss Susie Sandidge, went to Crab Orchard last week, accompanied by Wesley Walker. Mrs. W. A. Saddler and daughter, Miss Alice, visited Mrs. W. T. West, in your city last week. One Minute- Cough Cure surpri ses people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities with out the least danger. It has won for itself the best reputation of any prep for colds, croup, aration used tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs, btormes Drug Store. lm e, y last weelc. but all men dressed by HEMPHILL are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a saving of at least d as compared with some petitor's prices. com- 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 WALLACETON. attended guest of A. F. Caldwell. Miss Jennie Gafney and Geo. Rogers were married on the 5th inst, and will make their home at Rowland. Lewis, the son of E. W. Baker, leaves on Friday morning for Milroy, Penn., where he will attend school until June, lie will be accompanied by his father as far as Cincinnati. Salem Wylie, who has been quite sick lor a month, is now able to sit up a little. John Mitchell is also some better at this writing. Rev. F. Grider, who was pastor of our church here 3i years ago, when he was in the prime of life, the church in its infancy and wailaceton yet unborn, preached here Sunday and Sun day night His congregation was made up largely of the children and grandchildren of his former ones, but Bra under has kept himself abreast with the times and 'easily entertained and stirred up the audience with the same zeal and ability of 33 years ago. holding their undivided attention a full hour with each discourse. Mora than twentv million free Bin pies of TeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve have been distributed by the manufacturers. What better proof of their confidence in it s merits do you want? It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the shortest space of time. Stormes Drug btore. lm PREACHERSVILLE. Corn is selling here B. F. Province, of a Native of Frankfort. Fbakkfobt, Ky., Oct 7. Gen. John M. Bacon, of the regulars who are re ported massacred by the Indians in Minnessota, is a native of this city. Many of his immediate relatives are among prominent families of this city and state, all of whom are greatly dis tressed. CoL David Murray, of the 4th Kentucky, is his cousin. Gen. Bacon near Lancaster, church here faunday, the Dora Richardson Married. Keene, Ky., Oct a At 4 o'clock Friday afternoon, in the parsonage of the Keene Baptist church, Riley Brock, day laborer, was united in mar riage to Dora Richardson, the divorc ed wife of Gen. Cassius M. Clay, mas ter of White hall and States minister to Russia. Rev. G. W. Arga- brite performed the ceremony and the ;ouple drove to the plank home Gen. Clay bought for Dora before he divorc ed her. Kentucky Pensioners. Washington, Oct 8. The following Kentuckians were pensioned: Orig inal Jackson Hester, Southland, $6. Renewal and Increase Sanford Brown, Georgetown, S6 to $12. Increase Dennis Walker, Parina, $6 to 88; Ed ward Gallagher, Georgetown, $6 to $12. Reissue Thomas Rayborn, Hail, 813. Original Widows, Etc Lucinda Bol- das, Bardstown Junction, 58; Delilah Bradley, Holland, $12. Ten Car Demolished. William8BUBG, Ky., Oct 11. A Cin cinnati Southern freight train of 60 ;ars parted near here Monday, causing a bad wreck. Ten cars were demolishsd and their contents scattered. There was no loss of life. Hardin Again Announced. Shelbyville, Ky., Oct 11. Gen. P. Watt Hardin, of Mercer county, for mally announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for governor, of Kentucky in a speech here Monday afternoon. Kimble, Ky.,Oet 8. Capt Sweeney, of the United States army, to here looking over the ground for a site upon which to locate a branch of the National Soldiers' home. He speaks' favorably of this locality, and a real estate boom is imminent Nw Soldier Home. Do Not Be Inpoied Ob. Died la Asylum. In response to appeals from the Always insist on getting Foley's Hofkinsvillk, Ky., Oct 6. Robert South, the Administration has decided Honey and Tar, as it is positively, al Hairell, a patient in the Western to at once send relief to the fever aolutely and unqualifiedly the best lunatic asylum, died Tuesday. His stricken sections. It will be distribu- cough medicine. Accept no substitute. home was at Lafayette. He was at ted through the Marine Hospital cor pi. V. lm. aictea witn epilepsy. j; delivered. Millard Baugh's wife and baby are both on the sick list, Born, to the wife of John D. Miller, on the loth inst, a little babe. G. A. Siler is at home with a load of cattle, which he bought in Whitley. Mrs. James Lawrence, who has been sick for some time, is not so well as she has been. Rev. J. N. Ison, of East Bernstadt, preached at the Methodist church here Sunday night When you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure, dan't accept anything el&e. Don't De tainea into accepting a substitute, for piles, for sores, for burns. Stormes Drug lm Store. Thompson & Brown bought of Sol ana 01a Rigsby 13 yearling and 4c. steers for W. P. primes bought 25 calves fiom James Roberts for $16 per head, which makes Mr. Grimes over a hundred calves. Miss Lena Hobbs, who is attending the Female College at Stanford, waa at Wm, Lawrence and home Sunday. iwo-yea- at $1 per barrel Whereas, the leal voters of Garrard county, voters in the general election held in and for said county in November 1895, voted in favor of the Fiscal Court acquiring and maintaining the Turnpike Koads in said county, and the question being submitted to them, the said legal voters of Garrard county, in general election held in and for said county in November 1S95, therefore it is ordered and adjudged that at the regular election to be held in and for Garrard county on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November 1898 which is on the 8th day of November 1898, an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at each voting place in each voting precinct in said county at which all lesral voters in said county shall be privil-edge- d "Are to vote on the question, yon in favor of issuing bonds for the purchase and maintainance of the Turnpike roads of the county, free of toll to the traveling public?" and it is A Short Sad Story. further ordered that the Sheriff of Garrard county be and he is hereby A Cold. directed to advertissaid election and Neglect object therefor at least thirty days Pneumonia. next before date of said election In Grief. CUBAN RELIEF cum Foley's Honey and Tar n Thi 'Csxtbal Record, it being the Had PldMI&rS CoUc Ntonlf isaod Toothache minutes. Sour stomach used this stcry would have bad a hap- newspaper having the largest circula- . lm tion in said coHnty,iad afro by print-sad Bummer Complaints. Friee, 25 Csata pier ending. Prevention of Diphtheria. The State Board of Health has issu ed a circular on the above subject As several cases nave been reported in this county, we reproduce the follow ing extracts from the Circular: "Diphtheria is both contagious and iniectious, and is distinctly a prevent able disease, being easily limited to the first case or cases. When it gets away from the primary cases and makes its escape upon the community somebody is to blame, lhe sooner we accept this as a sanitary maxim the sooner we shall begin to do our duties as individuals and communities. On account of its frequency and fatality this disease is of far more importance to the people of Kentucky than small pox, yellow fever or cholera. When a child has sore throat, and especially if diphtheria is in the neighborhood, it should be immediately separate 1 from other children until a competent phy sician has seen it and decided whether or not it is affected with a contagious disease. It diphtheria, strictly isolate the case at once, in an up stairs room, if possible, and as disconnected as practicable from the living and sleeping apartments of other children. No one except the physician and nurses should enter the room, and they should take every precantion not to carry the infection to others. The discbarges from the mouth and' nose should bj received on soft cloths and burned, and other discharges should be disinfected, and all refuse from the siek room burned All utensils used in feeding the sick should be washed separately from other dishes, and should remain some time in boiling water. Disinfect all bed and body clothing, and other like things, as soon as removed, by immersion for at least six hours in a solution of chloride of lime, four ounces to the gallon of water. They may then be wrung out and put in the wash. Remember, however, that no disinfectant in the occupied sick room can do away with the necessity of abundant fresh air and sunlight After complete recovery, or death, always thoroughly disinfect the room and its c intents, preferably with nas cent formaldehyde, or where this is not available by burning three pounds of sulphur, moistened with alcohol, for each 1,000 cubic feet of space all Sreviously stopping , opening, and bedding and the floo-clothing; and leaving the room tightly closed for twelve hours. The room should then be thoroughly ventilated, etc., washand all ledges, ed with strong soap and rinsed with a disinfectingsolution. In case of death the body should be wrapped in a sheet saturated in a disinfecting solution and buried without public service. In giving notice of death newspapers should state that it was from diphthe ria, and that children, and those hav ing the care of children, should not attend the funeral The Board urges the use of antitoxin in every case as soon as the disease is recognized, and recommends that immunizing injections be used for all children who have been seriously exposed. To be effective the precautions here in suggested should be rigidly observ ed, imperfect isolation and disinsection are worse than useless, giving rise only to a false and misleading sense of security. Country and municipal boards of health have full authority under our laws to enforce these rules, and will fall short of their duty if they fail to do so. By order of the Board. J. M. Matthews, M. D. Pres't J. N. McCormack, M. D., Setfy. wood-work, Ms All Wool, at jJma $6 50 to $18.00. Tailor-mad- e suits toyour measure, $10 and $35 and Readj-to-weI will guarantee to fit you, both in Tailor-made- , Suits, and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking elsewhere. Truly Yours. J. C HEMPHILL oooocnoopo: E.W.Iiillard. Jno. B.Stout. & Stouz, eading 1)ruggists.j Stall fi&pfy Iteilf t Hiifffgg Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. Lillavd DANVILLE :- -: oooooooooooooooooooo ! I KENTUCKY. Election On Bond Issue. To Bo Held Not. 8, 1898. Garrard County Court. Called term Fiscal Court July 25th 189SL ",BiBve ed hand bills posted up in no less than four public places in each voting pre-- I cinct in sail county and at the Court House door for at least tnirty days next before date of said election. It is further ordered that if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of said bond issue then the Fiscal Court will, in obedience to said vote and under the statutes relating to this snbject, issue bonds in any sum not exceedin? thirty-fiv- e thousand dollars, (835,000.00) for the purpose of acquiring and maintaining said roads and to be issued upon such terms as to time of payment and payments of interest and sale of bonds as the Court may in its discretion deem best, but the bonds are not to be sold for less than their par or bear interest at a greater rate than 6 per ct per date o' issue until paid and are not to extend beyond SO years. The clerk of the Garrard County and Fiscal Court is hereby ordered to certifv a copy of this order to the Sheriff of Garrard countv on or before the 1st day of August 1898. B. A. BuRSSTDK, Judge A true coot. Garrard County Court. Att: J.' M. Duncan, Clerk. Pursuant to the foregoing order of the Garrard county Fiscal cout, which is made part of this notice, an election will be held and polls opened at all the regular voting places in Garrard county at the next regular election, which will be held November 8, 1898, which election, in will be held in accordance with the general electioa laws of Kentucky. j. b. sausdxbs, a G. a sspousers Up-to-Da- THE PEACE COMMISSION Finest Line of te. Has Settled tbe Fact tuckyshown Central at Prices Ever in That it is best for the Men, Boys and Children to lea 's Suits and Orats Ken- THIS KEG RF NAM q Weighs 108 lbs The past record of this great make of goods has proved their durability of wearand perfection of fit, while the accompanying illustration taken from a window display of one of the many great establishments who use the Dutchess proves the actual test of strength every garment is guaranteed to possess. Every pair sold under the Dutchess guarantee. The most simple and yet strongest warrant ever promised on any make of Trousers. BEST IN THE WORLD. TRY A PAIR. you can purchase elsewhere. Boys1 Lower than Buy their Clothing1 of Us. Prosperity to All wlio Deal Suits Guaranteed to Wear. Children's Suits Finer and Better than ever shown. Mils, Free Toll and Teed. MANHATTAN SHIRTS, BEST MADE. STETSON HATS, NOBBIEST MADE. as we give Good Value and Save Money for the People. One Low Price to AIL All our goods are the best. BEST PANTS ON EARTH. Try a pair and you will buy no others. OUR lllll l M II ' v THE GLOBE. J. L. Ft oilman & Co. He tending school at Georgetown. also made a business trip to Lexington. Miss Hallie Rice, the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Col. A. J. Rice, of Danville, is the charming ing guest of Mrs. H. F. Yaden. Lor. don Echo. Mesdames Margaret Gill, Maria Ker-b- y and Mr. Kobert Kinnaird, attended the funeral of the youngest child of Dr. and Mrs. Burnside, at Barbour-vill- e Sunday. Mrs. Ben Burdett has returned to Killarney, Fix, after a short visit to friends. She was accompanied by Miss Lula Anderson, who will spend the winter with her. Messrs. Jack Bout and George were over from Stanford Sunday to see a couple of pretty girls Jack seemed to be out for a pleasant time, but George looked more serious. Mrs. Margaret Gill, of Lancaster, in this city for some who time, has returned home. Mrs. Gill is an earnest Christian worker in the cause of temperance and came to Louisville to attend the eighteenth annuil convention of the W. C. T. U., which adjourned Tuesday last Louisville Dispatch. has-bee- Stacy Mis' Slices, Best Mails. Danville, Ky. re- Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 'Phone 136, Free to our customers. i Have you seen those but no old fashioned medicine can McRoberts. Old fashions in dress may be revived, Give your Stomach a Rest. -- Stylish Walking Hats and Sailors 1T Also a large line of place Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by R. E lm KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. Noel Sisters? Cheap, this is the place to come. Condition of Crops and Live Stock 1st, 1808. Children's Caps and Hats from 25cts to $1.00. If you want somthing real Stylish and l CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, October, 14, 1898. Miss Mary Bruce, a Stanford beautyi was the guest of Mrs. Walter Beazley Sundny. r Miss Hattie Arnold has been visit" ing her grandmother, Mrs. John L Arnold. Miss Mollie Douglas, after a week's visit to friends here, has returned to Versailles. Benton Ashley has gone to LouisMrs. S. S. Yantis and children, of ville on business. Winchester, are visiting relatives in Miss Lizzie Thompson is visiting' this vicinity. friends in Lexington. Ashby Warren and sister. Miss Jen"Vernon Richardson, or Danville, was nie, o' Stanford, were over Sunday to see relatives. a visitor here Sunday. PERSONAL. trum, then that, until tbe poor stomach rebels and calls a halt. There's a better way. What the body needs is oxygen more oxygen. The Electropolse is simply an instrument which, when applied to a report replies were period each day, the ankle or wrist forand short For the Octob enapolarizes received ironi 147 correspondents, rep- bles it to take on oxygea the body more freely. The resenting 103 counties. Electropolse cures without melicine. One cons. instrument lasts a lifetime. Send for descripThe corn crop has been further ben- tive book and read what noted people say efited during September. Late corn, about the Electropolse. which is usually cut off by the closing of the seas jn, is, this ye ir, as well maMiss Clara Barton's Letter. tured as early corn. The warm rains Constantinople. February 21. 1896. have, however, kept corn in a sappy Dear Sirs: When in Loudon the other day I condition and a number o complaiuts received two packages from the United States have been received of damage in shock, embossy, eacu containing on Electropolse: caused by heating. Grasshoppers, in today i received your kind letter. Please althe western s:ction p.irticul ir.y, h ive low me to thunk you heartily und gratefully stripped the stalks of their blades, and lor the spleudid little machines. As yon rein some instances this has occured member, I am not an entire stranger to the early enough to c:iuse damage to the virtues of the Eleutropoise, and will take great grair. Local wind storms have blown pleasure In passing your offering to uillicted the corn down badly in the western buuiaulty. and southeastern sections and the hot Very sincerely yours. weather and rains have caused all ears ULaKA UAliiuS. touching the ground to rot The estimated average yield is 32 & bushels per acre for the State. The Oct-tob- In ar tides suitable for Wed iing Presents. Tea Table, Dessert Spoons and Crjam an I Gravy Ladles. Butter- Forks. Also Berry and Salad Spoons. The trouble with most sick people is that in Knives, the highest gratle only carried their anxiety to get well they try first this nosExquisite Cut Glass in New Cuttings ELECTRDFDISE STERLINGiSILVER C. IT. McDONNELL, Je-wele- r K- - and Optician, Danville, Kentucky. t A Few Points. of SUPERIORITY - Over All Other Heaters. The Practically INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL, Produces the following results: Perfect combustion of Soft Coal, consuming all the Fumes and Gases, gaining just so much more heat that In other stoves Is wasted. Great Economy in this. 'feg. Quarter-maste- r Wm. Berkele has bsen visiting his family in this city, for a few days. Miss Anna Noel was over from Danville Saturday to attend the fall millinery opening. Misses M3ggie and Mary Noel, of Little Miss Ethel Yaden, of London Stanford, are the guests of their aunt, is the guest of Miss llallie Bice. Mrs. Jack Hiatt. Mr. Ansil George, who has been ill Mr. Alex Arnold, of Middlesboro, for several days, is improving. "s visiting his father, Mr. Boy Arnold James Worner and family visited near Bryantsville. relatives in Stanford, Monday. Mesdames White and Adkins, of Mrs. Jno. E. Stormes is visiting Nicholasville, visited their sister, Mrs Silas Stone, this week. friends in Lexington this week. n Mrs. Susan Fisher and Miss Sue Her. John Johnston attended the ring left yesterday for a week's visit wedding last Thursday. to friends in Louisville. Lieut. Kennedy, of Lexington, was Mrs. A. H. Rice and Miss Altie be e visiting Lieut. Jno. M. Farra. Mrs. D. C. Hinds, of Nebraska, is the Marksbury have been the guests of relatives near Danville. guest of Mrs. J. M. Iligginbotham. W. O Dunlap left Monday, after sev Mrs. Mildred Bsazley is in Stanford, eral month's furlough, to j rin his com visiting her son, Mr. J. L Beazley. pany at Montauk Point Miss Nannie Pope, of Barbourvillc, Mr. Paul Miller, of Lexington, spent is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Smith. Saturday and Sundaj' with bis parents Miss Lizze Simpson was with Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller. Katie Simpson several days last week. Mrs. E. L. Owsley gave a tea last Miss Jane Hopper returned Monday week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben, from a visit to friends at Uarrodsburg. Burdctt, of Killarney, Fla. Mrs. Dr. Acton, who has been quite Mrs. T. D. B st and daughter, Lula, ill of typhoid fever, is rapidly recover- - from Hustonville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. J. L. Arnold. Miss Myerc, of Nicholasville, has Miss Agnes Donahue and yisitor Miss been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Pey Nannie Cooney, of Louisville, have ton. been visiting friends in Dan villa Mr. J. E. Boll, of Hartford City.Ind., Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, a charmhas been visiting in Lancaster this ing lady of Hustonville, has been the week. gaest of Mrs. Emma Kauffman. Mrs. Robert Kinnaird and sister. Rev. Pustle, wife, son and diugh'e , Miss Nell Marrs, visited.Danville last of CoTumbus, Ohio, attended the week. wedding last week. Miss Hallie Hamilton left Tuesday, Mrs. Thos. Stone and daughter, Mrs. for Louisville, to visit friends and rel- M. Harvey, yisited Mr. an 1 Mrs. Ralph atives. Arnold, near Crab Orchard, Sunday. Mrs. Bettie Hewey, of Wichita. KanMrs. W. K. Shugars and Miss Florsas, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. ence Tanner, of McKini were the J. Bice. guests of William Shugars' family Tuesday. Dr. A. S. of Stanford, visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. Jno. Adams is recovering from an attack i f typhoid fever. Miss Ann Bctiis, of Paint Lick, is visiting relatives in this city. P.-ic- average yield for 1897 was estimated at 23 bnshels per acre. By sections 513 Fourtti the yield averages 31 bushels for the western, 35 for the north central and 27 bushels for the southeastern sec' ion. Very few counties report the crop not as good as anticipated earlier. TOBACCO. Dubois vvjsjbb. Avenue, Ky. Louisville, The Cross Drafts from the Bowl, causes the heat to w;, be radiated to the floor Instead of to the celling, like other direct draft stoves. Great Satisfaction in this. Perfect control of the fire, so an even heat can be main talned, and a good fire kept over night. How to Prevent Croup. We have two children who are sub ject to attacks of croup. Whenever an attack is coming on my wife gives them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it always prevents the attack. It is a housohold necessity in this county and no matter what else we run out of it would not do to be without Chamberlain's Couffh Remedy. More of it is sold here than of all other cough medicines combined. J. M. Nickle, of Nickle Bros., merchants, Nickleville, Pa. For sale by R E. McRoberts. lm Important Decision. Judge William Carroll, of the Henry county circuit court, rendered a decis ion in the case of the Eminence Building and Loan Association that many members of the bar think will be an innovation, and will revolutionize the affairs of Building and Loan Associations in Kentucky in the future. - Last February the Association in question made an assignment to W. E. Clubb and W. L. Hudson and suit was brought through attorneys W. P. Thome, D. A. Sachs and G. A. Holland for removal of the assignees and to set aside the assignment. The court held that no Building and Loan Associa tion had power to make an assignment; that the law does provide for such proceedings, that the proper way for such an association to wind up its affairs was laid down in the statutes and that an association properly managed could not be insolvent. The court held that the directors of the association by making an assignment have abdicated their offi:es, and the case was referred to the receiver of the court Such course will permit the stock holders to elect new officers under the direction of the court This case has attracted more attention than any tried in this court for many years, there being hundreds of people on the- point of losing their homes under the manner of proceedings established by the assignees to wind up the affairs of associations. - Postle-Eobinso- The great improvement in the tobacco crop noted in the reoort of September, and the crop is reported mainly housed in good conditiou. A very small per cent remains uncut, and jvith favorable weather in the next few days this will be saved. Widely varying views are expressed regarding the acreage housed this year, but the opinion is general that whre the stand is an averase one the yield per acre is one of the heaviest produced. The estimated average yield acre is 740 Doundi for the B'irley district and 8"5 pounds for the Dark tobacco district. The weather during the mouth has hot been favorable curing and a great number of reports of " are received. Some of the finest crops in Woodford county are said to be ruined by rust Durability. Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction. Manufactured for (J. K. STOVE AND RANGE CO. Great Comfort in this. Unprecedented Heat, Economy. For Sale by J. No more tickets for the Baking Pan after Jan. i will be given, so get your number and get a pan. We want BUTTER, EGGS, HAMS. Will pay good prices for produce. We are selling Fancy Groceries So Cheap. C. ROBINSON, LANCASTER, KY. pr "hous2-burain:r- LIVE STOCK., e, WE INVITE 32 all of our friends and pat rons to call and make Christine Bradley left today for her home in Frankfort. She was entertained by Missis Carrie Currey and Gena Bush. Miss Owen Shugars gave a supper at the Mason Hotel Monday evening, in honor Misses Jennie Warren, of Stanford, and Christine Bradley, of F.ankfort. Mr. G. S. G tines has been visiting his daughter, Miss Nannie, who is at- - N INSPECTION of our stock. We took especial pains to select only the and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets. HANDSOMEST HATS MiBB SolliB Tillett Df rKWIvl CUBAN OIL Cutfi, Burns, Bruises, curat- - and Sores. Price, 25 cents The condition of- live stock, with the exception of some disease in localities, is in keeping with the excellent con dition of pasturage. Cattle and horses are in nne flesh. The abundant erraz ing and fine corn crop has increased the demand for cattle to such an ex tent that correspondents report the younger classes of this stock are not to be had at any price. An epidemic oi "mooay Murrjan" is reported in Estill county, confined to "yearlings" and calves, and from which many of these nave diea. .No losses had occur ed during the past few.. day., the dis- ease was apparently checkep. Pink eye is reported in the counties of Hen derson and Jessamine, and distemper is prevalent among horses and mules in Fulton county. Scab prevails to some extent amonsr sheep in Kenton county, and in Madison county numbers of sheep have died from the effects of a pruh produced by the egsr of a certain ny deposited in the nostra of the animaL There appears to be no abatement in .the numbers of grasshoppers, which have infested the State during the late summer and fall. These if sects have destroye much yountr clover as well as early sown rve. and it is feared hev will injure the early sown w eat which is beinnninf to come up. Farmers are ho'ding off sowing wh at in manv counties waiting for their disappearance. Crops are. now out of dan-ee- r and a frost would be welcomed as a means of getting rid of the pests. Indications in a number of c uities point to an increased acreage of wheat under the The soil has. been most fayorable conditions and the crop will have all the advantages to be derived from this source. Our little boy was affl'cted wi h Lucas Moorf, Ci mmissioner of Agriculturr. rheumatism in his knee; and at times We unable to put his foot to the floor. It Hits The Spot. tied in vain, everything wejconllhear When suffering from a severe col ' of that we thought would .help him. and your throat and lungs feels sore, We almost give up in despair, when take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. will be a t some one advised us to try Chamber- When the sorenes wa m grate?J relieved, : lain's Pain Balm. We did so, and the oncefeeling ful healing o 1 and first bottle gave so much relief that parts affected will! be experlen we got a second one, and, to our sur c d and von will sav: "It feels so good. IT HITS the SPOT." It is guaranteed. prise, it cured him sound a d well. J. T. Bays, Pastor Christian church, AN TEA cares Dyirpep- Neodesha, Kansas. For sale by R. E. DmamaNUBIConstipation and Indi eia, McRoberts. lm gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 eta. J 1 Call and get our prices and see our goods; will be glad to see you. Bring your mends with you. H. M. BALLOU. "Silver Plate that Wears:1 umn-Stt M JSL 1U DRY d is THAN CORSETS FOR Let us call your attention to our VVV, GOODS CO. SALE BY THE LOGAN "1847 Rogers Bros." Triple plated Knives and Forks. W. H. LACKEK, Fruit. Successor to Lackey & Gulley. Flowers. Shade. Blue Grass Nurseries. First-Cla- s Fall, 1S98. They are made to wear, and con- sidering: thequalxty style and finish, can make you a very low price The knives are plated on the best of steel and the forks on hard white nickel silver. They are guaranteed to give satisfaction to the purchaser. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Fruit and OrnamenLIVERY STABLE. tal Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Small Fruits, Rhubard, Asparagus and all stock grown in nurseries. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, Prices reasonable, as we employ no REASONABLE PRICES agents. Descriptive catalogue on application to H. F. HI LLENME YFR, SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Lexington, Ky. Phone 279. TRAVELING MEN. S. BEAZLEY, Dr. R. A full line of Spoons. Sugar SEcHs, Butter Knives, etc-- , in "1847" goods always on hand. Let us show them to you. on Teeth ailed and extracted with out pain. Crown and Bridge oi No, 54 Fourth ave., Louisville, Ky Work a specialty. Office overT. S. Elkln'a will be at Mason Hotel, Lancaster, Ky., meat shop, In the new Thompson building. DENTIST. Monday, October 31, 1898 Returning- one day each month. Eye's s scientiGcaliy examined and gla-se- KWI lJ. O. THOMPSON. The service of Xnrses who have graduated from the LonUvllle Training School can bo secured at the Pattle A. Clay,. Infirmary of Richmond, Ky.; price $15 per wf ek. except In contagions cases, for whleh t20 Is charged., Application for nurses should be msde to the Superintendent of Infirmary. Trained Nurses. . 9 ?f y fid Ill We Greet you. in the Midst oi another season with a More Complete and up to date line than ever before. OUSE. E M IBHt 5 TUFF 2LT THE RIGHT PRICE. Cloaks, - Dry Goods and Shoes ON, iverything kept in a general Store. NET CASH prices makes YOU money. .We are prepared to prove it. Come and See. ri- M LANCASTER, KY. Scrofula to Consumption Any one predisposed to Scrofula can never be healthy and vigorous. This taint in the blood naturally drifts into d Consumption. Being such a blood disease, Swift's Specific is me only known cure for Scrofula, because it is the only remedy which can reach the disease. deep-seate- 0. ..itti t. 1 Y. lire son a n ce linni-LverapiDo 74 ) ILb s;t 4 , tewing-inaehir- SWEENEY. Mrs li. B An.ol 1, Scrofula appeared on the- lioad of my little grandchild when only 18 months old' Shortly after breaking out it spread rapidly all over Hit- - smv would peel her body. The off on the sli!hlc--t touch, anil the odor that mute me atwould arise mosphere of the room rickenlns and unbearable. The disease next attacked the eyes, and we feared 6he would lose her sight. Eminent physicians from the 6urroyjdins country were consuued. bur could do nothing to relieve the little innocent, and save it as their opinion that the case was hopeless and ini-- . possible to save the child's yesiglit. It was then Uiat we decided to try'Swtfft's fcpeciiic. That medicine at once niadi a sp;-land complete cure. She is now a young lady, and has never had a sign of the dis"ae to return Mas. ULTU tKKRELHV. Kan. Scrofula is an obstinate blood disease, and is beyond the reach of the average blood medicine. Swift's Specific - fas& inaJOTOtSlil deep-seate- &? Winn A d is the only remedy equal to such diseases; it goes down to the very foundation and forces out every taint. It is purely, rtgttablc, and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no mercury, potash or other mineral substance whatever. Boohs mailed free by Swift Specific oompany, iiuuuia, uuurgia. j 1 illllU -- cc-o cxrtK 'A M1UUU yx c4$ Itobinson bought of V. A. Lear, lb cattle at 3 12 T. i. E.kin bought at Stanford court sonic nice heifers at II. F. Robinson bought at Stanford court some butcher stulf at 3c J. S. Robinson delivered to Foresttis Reid, of Lincoln, his feeders, weighing 1,170 lbs at 4c Burnside & Leavell bought of Mr. Mahan, his bunch of 35 cattle, averaging 'J00 lbs at S3 05. Wra. Clark bought of Lincoln county parties, a bunch of 700 lb yearlings at 4c, andgLOO oa the head. You invite d'sappoiutment whenj-oexperitn-r-ri- . DcWitVs Little Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as surj as 3ou take lm them. Stormcs Drug S'ore. W. A. Pr!c2 bought a nice bunch of of 7o0 lb yearling cattle of Hamilton, of Lincoln county at 1 per hundred, C. A. 14 S03 l'or Forty scp-20 Sale. 10 00 lb. steers, heifers. T. 3L and W. McC. Johnston. W. G. & C. W. Anderson sold and de" Morj than SUO.tOO e . are maile in this country annually, which is !ij par cent, of the reduction of the v.o.'hl. A French se'entist says a caterpillar can not more than two-- ; 'th of :.n inch ahe..l. The hair.-- on the body :rc lobe of as much use as its eyes in letting it kup-.- w li.it is going 011 r.ronn 1. Kee .use hogs will eat almost is no reason forgiving them anything to cat. The pr.tner of a wholesome nnd well r;i li.jn is, as important as will, any oilier stoc'.c. A llojk of s ieip "viuterel ojstnw will .show a protty poor llecce. bVeJ-inmay aft.T.vard bring up tlio lljsh, 1. ut it will have but iittle olltat on the wo.i!. It is possible to keep sheep 1'iroiigh the winter very cheaply, but it is not p l:ey to do so. An Ohio farmer, who has grown'al-ialf- a for eight years, says that it m kjs more gocd feed forks stick than corn or any other crop lie can grow. He cuts from three to four crops oil each year an i all km is of slojlc eat and thrive upon it. The iamb trade lias developed won" lerful.y, and breeders have been gutting about as much for lambs as for oldjr. At least a quicker sheep a jxturn is obtained on the money in vested. A revolution oa this basis ci iiii to bi til e'y working its way thr u; hjut the stock trade. DoW.tfs Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit lias led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out :or the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for De Witt's Witch Hazel Sa'.ve the great pile cure. Stornifs Drug Store. lm W. "D JIatherley, of Mercer, upon b.'ing questioned as to tiie farming outlook in his section said to the ''There will be a great deal more wheat sowed in my locality this year than there was lss. year. Corn is heavy and is turning out well. All the cattle, owing to the fancy prices at which they are selling, have been sold, with the exception of a few which will be wintered and put on the market next fall. It steins that everybody is going crazy about raising sheep. 'Ibere are a good many hogs down my way, but most of them Lre being fattened and will soon be sold." Cittle breeders are now having their "inning." Feeders are in despair as to supplies. The market for strict- prime fat steers is now well up to the 0 notch, but youug cattle are so scarce that buyers cannot acquire a suilicicncy of them at any reasanablc ligure. 'J lie feeder is not to be envied just now. who have maintained good bulls o. the beef types in service are the masters of the situation. Their wares are wanted. It is estimated that there are now fewer cattle in pioportiou to the total population in the United States than at any other period duriny the past twenty-fiv- e years. Breeder's 1 s.-any-t'-ii- n it g long-deferrwell-bred her li. E. pretty little daughter, o. Richmond, and Mabi 1 Claire, spent last weilc with henmotl -or. Mrs. Belle Austin. Mr. and Mrs. have returned home to M. Vernon. Miss ger-of Crab Orchard, spent Sunday with her cousin, Miss Ellen of this viehiity. C C. lortman,of Stanford, nii.de a iling visit to .this vicinity Minday. Muster liragg Thompson, is Vernon, attending school. Your correspondent visited relative at Crab Orchard, Tuesday. 'J ruth wear-- , well. People have that DeWitt'.-- . Little Early are reliable little pills for regulating the bowels, curing constipation and sick headache. Uhey'dou't gripe. Si.orm.-Drag S.sre. lm 1 Thomo from a vlit , Lei-l:i- lt Sow-d.e- r, lli.-e- Here is one of those who are either so prejudiced against all advertised remedies, or have become discouraged at the failure of other medicines to help them, and who will succumb to the grim destroyer without knowing of the wonderful value of Foley's Honey and Tar for all Throat and Lung SERGitANT SHOT DEAD. LOW RATES Queen Soifa Mutual Iirsstut Co., OF LEXINGTON, KY. Over $115;000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898: Name. Bev. Ky . Cllmar Printing Co., Richmond, Ky J. II. Baker, Lexingtog. Ky J. Baber. Lexington, Ky Newport News Syndicate, Newport News Va Newport News Syndicate. Newport News, Va Newport News Syndicate, Newport, News, Va Newport Vews Syndicate, Newport News, Va M. J. Forston, Paris, Ky J. H. Stanley, Lexington, Address. Cost. $ Paid. $ 0.00 10.30 10.50 10X0 10.50 10 50 10X0 9.50 20.6G 20.0--; 90 22.25 J2J. .' 223 22.23 22.25 22.25 20.06 17.41 20.06 17.41 17.41 20.0S s 3Iarrle 31r-- . Aihtnis. Boone was married Wednesday at Fort Worth, Texas, to Mrs. Lizzie Ad urns widow of Capt. Jack Adams, formerly of this county. The editor of tins paper is a warm admirer o.r C.fpt. B:;oae an i no one wishes the gall int old warrior more happiness than do we. J'.o.iih- Capl. CapL t TAXl'Oltl) ITKMS R. B. & E. P. Wood sold to S.ihoa Wield i cattle for November delivery, at 4 00 per hundred. Same sold 24 yearlings to Ei. Logan at 4. Wood Walker bought of Lyon & Allen 4J yearlings at the same price, Scott, of Garrrrd, bought on the from E. T. Pence at 4e and premium. About "Q cattle here Monday, sold from 3 to 4e a pound, according to quality. Price Bros. bought o. Hudson, from Adair, and others, Ij5 cattle at little less than 4e. J. .1. Walker bought a small lot at 4c, and I don't know how much Uncle Ben Robinson did buv. 1 iu-a- Letter 1'iOin TiuU. Tiik Ri;c i:n has received an interesting letter from Tin k (alias "Ihur-nur;d"- ) Anderson. Tink is stationed at Anniston, Ala.,- and is a brigade wagon master. Tink says am at Geu'i Compton'.s have a splendid position with little to do, and plenty tc eat, and a nigger to saddle my n.ule. Am quite well, though a good swig at lyro's bast would make me much better. Colton's regiment of mountaineers know how to n a k e moonshine, but they are all scared now. Oar brigades 4th Ky., 4th Wis., :rd Tenn., :rd. .'Ala., and a nigger regiment, so 1 will close and take a whiff out of my old cob pipe." headq-iarters, 'I Baby Mine! Every mother feels an i n d e -scribable dread of the pain and danger attend- most critical period of her life. about oO days, when he will take up his headquarters in Louisville. Mr ant upon the Be coming Hattle Jacobs, Cincinnati, O & Crescent Route. Patrick and Mary Fox, Maysville Ky Cnrporal lMwarrti Ji lls Scrt. Green and national convention, E. L. Denhard, Louisville. Ky Spiritualists' i'.il;illy Wounds Aniitlier Negro All of 1S98 C. D. Doll, Louisville, Ky Washington, D. C , October 1 lliu ieveuili I in 111 1111 e tynod of Tennessee, Madisonville, F. H, Norton. Lexlngiou Ky 189S. Tenn., October F. H. Norton Lexicgton, Ky Tennessee Christian Missionary Mrs. Lkxixgtojt, Ky., Oct 10. A fierce Ky. Convention Memphis, Tenn. October F. II.A.T. Million, Richmon, Norton, Lexington, Ky fight took place in the camp of the 0 16"J3. Robert Hoefllch, Maysville, Ky 7;h Immunes Sunday morning, as the M. E. Church South Holston con Mrs. Emma L. Ky result of which one Negro is dead and ference. Woman's W. C. T. U. conven C. and Martha Latta, Lexington, Ky Diggs, Lexington, tiou, Jonesboro, Tenn , October another mortally woun led. It seems 1898. B. A.Spangler, Louisville Ky that Corporal E J wards became enragAmerican christam convention New Gladys Huffman, Butte Mont Howard Snepherd, Lexington Ky ed at some trival matter, and drawing Market, Ont. October 7 1698. Grand lode knight of honor Nash Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky from his pockot a 48 caliber army pisHoward Shepherd, Lexington, Ky 1S93. tol, began firing at Color Sergeant ville Tenn.. October Luther League of America, New Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Green. The first shot struck York Citv. October 1898. Howard Shepherd Lexington, Ky Green in the breast and killed him in(For dates marked Agents in Ten Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky A. J. Wlntersmlth, Paducah. Ky stantly. Another bullet struck one of nessee only will sell.) B. L. Eggleston. Lexingtin Ky the other soldiers engaged in the Annual Convention. Mary K. Fncfden. Lexington, Ky quarrel in' the abdomen, inflicting a Chattanooga, F. M. Drake. Grand Rapids, Mich church, Christain wound almost necessarily fatal Col. Tenn. October ia-21S9S. One tare Mrs. L. Z. Taylor, Richmond, Ky Goodwin sent a messenger to the the round trip via the famous Queen & B. R. Gray, Newport News. Va .... citj to secure handcuffs for the pris- Crescent Koute. lioKets on sale Irom Mary A. Warren. Lexington. Ky all points, October 10th to 13th, good Helen McElrath. Carrolton, Ky oner and to notifi Goroner Molloy, that until Oct. who Sunday afternoon held an inquest vour tickets24th to return. See Cres OttoE. Vollenwelder, McArthur.0 read bv the Queen & Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky 031 r the dead Negro. This is the first cent. Handsome vestibuled trains Daniel Roone Club, Richmond, Ky killing of the kind among the volun- Short Line. Free reclining Chair Cars Newland Jones Richmond, Ky.... j Ask your ticket W. F. White Estate, Lexington, Ky n night trains. teers. oagents for particulars. fiood&Co., Lexington, Ky IMPORTANT DECISION. W. F, White Estate, Lexington, Ky : Annie P. Peay. Lexington Ky A. L. Marschall, Lexington, Ky s "Xhc Court of Decides the Statute W. D. Finch. Danville, Ky lit quiring Ilnilroads to Provide SepJohn L. Fischer, Louisville, Ky Couches Constitutional.arate D B. Good, Lexington, Ky V. N. Gardifer, Lexington, Ky FitAXKroitT, Ky., Oct 8. The Ken Mrs. Jennie Fesler. Cincinnati, O Lnke U. Milward, Lexington, Ky tneky court of appeals has rendered a Baptist Church, Paris, Ky decision holding constitutional the R. F.Johnson it Co., Lexington, Ky Kentucky statute requiring railroads R.F.Johnson, Baltimore, Md to provide separate coaches for NeO.R.Marshall, Lexington, Ky groes. The law was passed in 1892, W. C. Nichols, Louisville, Ky D. B. Good. Lexington, Ky and the decision Friday is an agreed W. B. Anderson and wife, Lexington, Ky case testing its validity. The court Rev: J. V. Riley, Versailles-- , holds that the law applies to inter- Trains leave Seventh Street Station F. H.Norton, Lexington, Ky Ky state passengers as long as they are in and First Street Station. D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky the jurisdiction of the state, taking Dr. S. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Ky City Ticket Office, 218 Fourth Avenue. Dr. S. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Ky issue on this point with Federal Judge G. M. Asher. Lexington, Ky I'arr, who, two jears ago, declared the S. A. M. Newton, Lexington, Ky law invalid. The case decided Friday J. D. Purcell, Lexington, Ky General Agent Tassenger Dep't. is likely to be appealed to the supreme Mrs.Sallie Owens, iexiugton, Ky Lodisvillk, Ky. F. C. Smith, La GraDge. Ky court of the United States. Valente Sentney, Lexington, Ky Appointed to a Good Position. Mis. J. D. Armstrong, Lexington, Ky I1awi:svili.e, K3-- ., Oct 10. Mr. E. P. McAdams, of this city, has been Total Profit Over Cost to the office of secret service I have purchased the "Wal agent of the department of Louisville and is now in Washington receiving ker stable and am prepared He will remain there instructions. For particulars call on J. C. HemjMll, to furnish the 850 9.50 8,59 8.5o 9X0 9X0 8X0 9X0 8X0 8.50 7X0 7.50 7.50 8X0 8X0 8.50 8.50 8X0 8X0 7X0 7X0 6X0 6X0 6Xo 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 6X0 55X0 2j.05 17.11 20.0" 17.4 1 17.41 1500 15.00 15.00 ' , 17.44 17.H ; r---. . ........ 5050 50X0 46X0 45X0 49.50 49.50 49X0 48X0 46X0 17.4 1 17 4 1 17.41 17.11 15.00 15.00 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12X7 12 57 12X7 144.C0 144 00 1 14.00 129.00 EIG FOUR ROUTE 1I1.0J 111.00 141.00 13S0O 132.C0 126.00 185.00 117.00 117.00 132.00 61 50 129.00 126.00 126 00 126.00 126.00 120.ro 120.00 123.00 120.00 117.00 120.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 $1,415.40 TO CHICAGO! 4X0 47X0 41X0 41X0 46X0 22.75 45X0 44.50 44X0 41.50 IX0 42X0 42.50 ...43X0 42X0 41X0 42XJ 41X0 41X0 41.50 I1.G6S.25 J2.747.15 BEST TERMINALS Indianapoli Peoria a nd Michigan Points .. J. GATES. NEW LIVERY. A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, local apt, Lancaster, Ky. 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The BOOKS Containing invaluable informationsent his revolver on her and shot her lntorcst to all women, will be CRCC simplest drill on the market. A great many have been sold and every rncc to any address, upon application, by through the right breast, inflicting a one has given perfect satisfatction. It is the ORIGINAL and only per- In BBADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga, mortal wound. He then fled. Officers fect Disc Drill made. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Tile Superior Months nf nn rlpf-- t reinnnl lv nrnr are in pursuit Oct. 8. Joe Brockman, Kimblk, Kj., will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and tone by feeding a few doses of th at Grider fc Winfrey's mill, can be put into the hardest ground. If you want the best Disc Drill em dy after hogs are past help a saw3-el.'n u nsrc ana. mane extra nesn Dy near here, was killed bj being caught made, buy the Superior. i m II Mm$W$Mw rieaded His .Own Case. Owixgsvii.li", Ky., Oct 10. John Booth, chargwl with horse stealing, who insisted on pleading his own case, was convicted and received a sentence of 12 3ears in the state prison. The case against John D. Young, jr., charged with killing Phinnej' Fasset, Jul3 0, 1895, was begun. Young was convicted and sentenced to the state prison for 18 years two years ago, and was granted a rehearing by the court of appeals. RICE BENGE berlain's anEye and itSkin Ointment is UNION STOCK YARDS, equal, relieves the itcn-inwithout and smarting almost instantly and - - - CINCINNATI, its continued use effects a permanent ORGANIZED 1883. cure. It also cures itch, barber s itch, OUR COMMISSION CHARGES ARE . scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, $3.00 PER CAR FOR BOGS, $10. chapped hands, PER CAR FOR CATTLE. PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, granulated, lids. chronic sore eyes and Reference: Western German Bank, U Or LAHOABTEB. ST, Cincinnati, O Dr. fadvls Cendilion Powders for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier andvenmfuge. Price, 25cents- - ooldby Capital, $100,000 ALL WOMEN R.E.McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster Should know that the Surplus 15,000 0. Fuid "Old Time" Eeniedy, BUSINESS SOMCITKD. FIRE ail LIFE INSURANCE teel Frame Xijo 13i"ill. RE-AJT- Careful and Prompt Attention GaaraBtaed J. M. Higginbothxm Lwia Y. Lxayxll B. F. Hudson W. President Cathiei Assistant Cash'r Bookxeepei SPRDIGilELD FIRE MB MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OP NEW YORK. CO -- 0. Eionit 0. D. Wxlkxb DIBECTOBS: Robinson & Hamilton Igts Office over Post Office. LAXC 1.9T3B. - G. S. GAINES, Agt., Lancaster, Ky 4 LIWI8 Y. LXATBIX, J. M. HlGOIHBOTHAK, T. M.Abnold, J.S.Johnson, feeding Dr. JIaas' Hog Remedy in time in the machinery, being mangled in a H. C. Abkold, Jb. ' B.F.Hudson. J.J.WALXXB and according to directions. For sale frightful manner. He leaves a wife! A.UX.GIBBS, by J. M. Iiigginbotham. . . lm Jacob Y. bobimson. and three children. r 1 Kestucki lirefrt-larltlo- s Bring us your Job Printing. Is the bout forFensieTnnUM. Hnnwli nil in female orfans. Should be taken for Chanie el Life and before PUatere "Oid Use" stood the test tor twenty years. Jtaie only by New Spencer Medicine Oa, Chat-- I tanouga, Tennessee. For sale by R. E "McRoberts.Lancaate r mm