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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 21, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898102101_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 21, 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. tit : . Xiitered at the Z3T. foit Office in ianewfer, .ffy., at Second Clatt Matter. NUMBER XS W BUSHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LAHDRAM, Cor. Public Square and Danville Avenue. LANCASTER, KY., FKtDAY, OCTOBER, OWO0OO0O000mftMW00000 'Suffice. 21. 1898. TERMS OF Sn BSCUIITIOK ilJM V er Year in Advance. The largest and most complete line of 4 CaQking and ft I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. j X ever brought to Lancaster includ d ing a handsome and line of well-selecte- For Bent. Dwelling now occupied by Butler Latest fads in hosiery, at Joseph's. Fox, on Richmond street. 'W. J. Romans. sorghum at G. S. GainewX Fresh barrel Lost. Suits for S3.50. J. C. HempGray Sack Coat in Lancaster. ReAir-tighill i ht ward forreturning to this office or to It Our cloaks are beautiful. See them. Bob Hamilton. J. Joseph. Ladles Aid Society. Our prices can't be dupliated. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet Also an elegant assortment of See J. B. Jennings.' line of new Neck next Saturday afternoon with Mrs. RaWear. chel Hemphill. Smoke Proctor Knott cigars and bi Lost. happy. Wednesday, between J. C. RobinWill pay 10cr for fresh eggs. H. B. son's store and J. G. Sweeney's residence, ladies black cape. Return to Northcott V this office. Fresh Timothy Seed for sale at T. Currey's, cheap. Y Bourbon Steam Laundry. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Call and see a beautiful line of Bug's STORE. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your at J. A. Beazley & Co. tf orders at Sweeney's store. Peaches, Grapes, 'ear s and Fancy . I. Williams Col. W.G.Welch. 81O.O0. Lancaster. apples at G. S. Gaine Stanford. Dont fail to see my Tailor-Mad- e The best two horse watron on the Suit for Ten Dollars. It is and a perfect fit is guaranteed. WILLIAMS market at G. S. WELCH e.''Y J. C. llemphilL A full stock of Chinese Sacred Lilly the handsomest line of Just received Bulbs at J. C. IhomDson's. Misses and Children's Shoes ever Law, Sie Dr. A. D. Smith & Co., now at brought to Lancaster. Come in and Mason Hotel until Nov. 1st 1893, see them. o.'u. jennmga.y Ky. A prettv crirl in one of Joseph's pret Now, we say what we mean ana ty cloaks is a sight lovely to behold.NjH mean what we say when we say our All business attended to promptly better, brighter ana I would like to do your plain sew line of cloaks is J. Joseph" ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. cheaper than ever. Condition of Lt.Wherrltt. Large line of Dinner Sets and Chain? Lieut C G. Wherritt has gained ber Sets, just received. G. S. GainesA ground rapidly during the past' week, Fresh Oysters received daily. Served and is now on the safe road to recovani sold. O. F. Villett Lancaster ery. Hotel. I have decided to locate in LancasFor Sale. ter and will move here, with my family, about December 1st, to pract'ee my Forty GiO lb. steers, 10 heifers. W. Burnett, M. D. T. M. and W. McC. Johnston. profession. County Court Monday. Heating Stoves Heaters, -- Bear, Fur and Plush Robes it Un-Heard-Of Prices. J. R. Haselden, HARDWARE & Attorneys at Lancaster the law, without distinction to parties, any end all persons caught fishing in death's door at the home of her the lake on the distillery premises. Wood G. Dunlap, in Lexington. oct-- 7 Jxo. W. Miller, Mgr. She has' been-- quite ill for some time, Notice. and the suffering, together w ith her I will be from home next week, but age, has completely broken W. and J. Randolph Harris advanced Messrs E. will wait on my customers. Satisfac- her down. We have been in Lexington several days since last issue and tion guaranteed. M. D. Hughes, Agent ask indulgence of our readers for lack of news matter and other shortNotice, If you call for Putts Flour at the comings this week. leading grocers, and they haven't got Do Not Be Imposed On. it, order direct from H. C. Potts.Buck-ey- p Always insist on getting Foley's Ky Wagon in town daily. Honey and Tar, as it is positively, absolutely and unqualifiedly the best Speaking Monday. cough medicine. Accept no substitute. lm. Hon. G. G. Gilbert; Democratic nominee for Congress, will address the vo1901. ters of the county Monday afternoon Our good friend, Mr. J. T. Conn, (county court day), at I o'clock, at the came in last week and paid for the paCourt House. per 'lil 1931. He's one of the best and OF I will be in mv gallery in the Thomp most honest men in the county, as this son building next Monday, Oct 24th act goes to show. and will continue therj all th2 week. Hume Embry Dc id. TREATING CftLF-SKI- NI Come and have your picture taken. A. J. Earp, Phqtographer, A telegram this, Thursday morning, Stanford, Ky. says Hume Embry died suddenly of fare happily combined heart disease at his home in Silver furnish excellent Creek. Mr. Embry was a wealthy and are discovered every Sea - Oiir line of The night trains opportunities to visit Cincinnati, but prominent citizen. Each, is an improve-- 1 son- why go there after goods when J. iiTiiTmrm Joseph has just what you want in Dry mnt on some of the previous ALL illlU II 111 I Bill Goods, Dress Goods, Shoes and Cloaks Mr. James F. May, of Rollings, and r;ffht here at your door. and Miss Ola, daughter of W. B. Jar- - methods. vis, were united in the holy bonds of Good Dinner Court Day. matrimony Wednesiay at 8 o'clock at every the home of the bri les parents by I serva an excellent dinner We have some splendid valmy Boarding House, opCourt Day at Rev. Clark. 'Ihey left for the home posite Romans' shop, on Stanford St of the groom immediately. We exFOR ues Low rtes. Patronage appreciated. tend congratulation to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Sam'l Pollard. May. 10-- 2 I will prosecute to the full extent of Mr. Landram Critically 111. Mrs. W. J. Landram, mother of the editor of "3 he Record, is lying at New Ways Lightness I ' i Warmth in May-Jarvl- s. i ?ruii I Underwear in oct-2l-- lt Oyster Supper. The ladies of the Methodist church gave an oyster supper Tuesday evening, the proceeds to be used to buy a new carpet for the church. A good crowd was present and a neat sum was netted. ep-3- 0 oct-2l-- tf BEAZLEY& BALTLtHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, We dont talk loud, but the way our prices on D.-- Gocds yell out will al J. Joseph. most deafen you.y" y ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- Bev. Peter Vinegar, colored, of Lexington, will give a series of lectures here this week, at the Court House, -- City Property For Bent. My home on Lexington street, between College and Jude Hemphill's. Full particulars on application to Fishtf er Herring. Mrs. Susan Fisher. BALMING a SPECIALTY. Notice. Furniture, Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. &c. Texas pist due. penalty goes on. J. B. Sanders, It may be for months and it may be forever before you will have another opportunity to see ouch beautiful dress Pay be.'ore the goods at the low prices we offer them. J. Josephi S. G. C. Dr. A. D. Smith & Co., refer to the best nsoole here whom they have ex All the latest Novelties in Woolens tracted and filled teeth for. All kinds for men's wear now in, come and sed Qf modern dentistry done painlessly J. C. HempnilL M. Mason Hotel until Nov. 1st 1898. them. I SUITS, OVRCOATS For men that positively beyond the perad venture of a doubt, are Superior in every point that goes to make a garment of value to the purchaser, to every 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, or rave, but make you a perfectly square business proposition. Gome and scription dont buy. Ltook If they do not come up to our deIf they do, give us your trade, always at our Suits and Overcoats. with the understanding that you can have your money back cheerfully, for any goods not satisfactory; JVIen's Suits at $7.50 . : . k r That are strictly all wool made of the very best oughly tested. They will wear as near like iron as any cloth can. They are made with a wide facing extending to the arm holes, every seam is sewed with linen thread. fabrics thor- - Jvlen's Suits at $10 Tlisy are the b33t for the imney ever 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 of about 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 we 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 show you the greatest line of overcoats ever shown in Lancaster for the money. See our top coats at $8.50, Also our New York box coat at $12 00. Hats, boots, shoes and furnishing goods for every body. See us before buying your fall outfit. We can and will save you money. Logan & Robinson'. Wheat Crop. Farmers complain that the continued wet weather is retarding the sowing of the wheat crop. Wheat that Telephone Sleeting. was sowed early and is now up, has Elitor James Maret, of the Mt. Verbeen materially injured by flies and non Signal asks us to say that a meetgrasshoppers. ing of the independent telephone companies of Central and Eastern KenSure Fits. The wayfaring mm, though a fool, tucky, will take place at Bastin's Hocould not err in my measure blanks. tel, Crab Orchard, on Saturday, OctoYou are sure to get a fit. If you do ber 29, where action will b3 taken that not don't take the suit Come and will have an important bearing upon telephone interests in the state. compare prices and quality of goods. M. D. IIugiiks, Agent Mary Anderson's Little Boy. Mustered Out. Mary Anderson, who is now Mrs. de The Kentucky cavalry was mustered Navarro, and lives in England, has alout last week. If they could raise lowed herself, her English home and as much hadas with the enemy baby to ba photoher did coming down on Saturday nieht'a graphed for the first time for publicatrain they should have been sent to tion. Some twenty pictures have been the made, and the best of these will apand'kept there. pear in an early issue o' The Ladies' Foot Bull. Home Journal. The baby's picture is, A foot ball team composed of a gang of course, the central one of interest of school boys, came down from RichThe Best for the Money. mond Saturday, and wiped up the Everybody knows that Wanamaker earth with Lancaster's best long haired talent The score" resulted 10 to 0, & Brown handle more clothing than in favor of Richmond. You had bet- any house in America, and that they ter quit, bo3s. goods, and handle none Lut sell them at the lowest prices. Their Back to Work. thousands of customers will testify to John Duncan, who has been confin- the truth of these assertions. Come ed to his bed for several months, is and get a suit at 8, S10 or S12 able to resume work iu his barber that will cost from - to S5 more elseshop over Benge's stable. He will be where, and give you value received in glad to see his old friends and will ap- fit, wear and appearance. preciate a share of the public's patroSplendid overcoats at S7 to S15. nage, tf M D. Hughes, Agent The Dudderar Mill. Furlough Out. I have rented the famous DudJerai Capt Duncan's Company will assemMill, near Gilberts Creek, and am preble at Lexington today (Tuesday), their pared to furnish the very best flour. thirty days furlough having expired. Will make a specialty of custom grindThe Second regiment will in all probaing. Farmers, bring along your wheat bility be mustered out, but it will take and co.n. Satisfaction guaranteed. some time, probably three weeks, to 7 JoiixC. Potts. do this. The boys have had no overcoats issued tiiem, and in view of the Brick Kiln. The brick kiln since starting has fact that thsy ara to be mustered out played in continual bad luck, the wet they will probably havd none issued weather has spoiled many brick for them. Cold weather is coming on fast them. However they have 05,030 in and they will know hjw to appreciate the kiln and are still maKing them a good fire when t'.iey return home. It when the weather will permit They is safe to say the soldiering aspiration will be killed in the breasts of many will fire their kiln in a short time. of these patriotic boys when they "Dr. A. D. Smith & Co., the Dental home. Specalists of Louisville, are now operJudge Davison's Speech. ating upon the leading people of this led partiFor fear some narrow-micounty all of whom speak in highest praise of their painless method of ex- san will say Tub Rkcokd is not sticktracting and filling teeth. All work ing to its In lependent course, we deCongressSje them. as represented. Mason sire to say that the speech of printed elsewhere in Hotel oue more week, until Nov. 1st man Davison, this isue, is inserted as an advertiseTurkeys. ment and is paid for at regular column 1 he sight of a drove of turkeys comrates. We publish the address" just as ing to town heralds the near approach other paid mattj We are making a of Thanksgiving, n. B. Northcott has hard figh t to earn an honest living already commenced the slaughter of with Tub Bkcord. and will print the fowls, and is shipping a refrigerater Declaration of Independence if anyone car load east, weekly. About 10,000 is willing to pay regular space rates turkeys will be slaughtered here this for same. Those not wanting to read season. Mr. Davison's speech have the consoknowing there is no law of Orders have been received at Lex- lation of compelling them to do so. ington that no more soldiers should be the land sent south from that point, until there Incomparable Service. is a material change for ,the better in The Queen & Cresc3nt trains are the This is the yellow feer situation. right, the soldier boys tvill have to finest trains run in the State of Kenface enough hardships this winter tucky. without being needlessly exposed to Four daily trains to Cincinnati conyellow fever. nect ivith the main highways of the Great Trunk lines of the North, West Sunday Kali. and East to Postmaster West will hereafter open This is the line 8 to 9 a. m., on Washington, New York, Boston and the post office from Sunday, for the accommodation of the East those who desire their maiL He will The Queen & Crescent connects w.th also send out mail pn Sunday night, every line out of Cincinnati. closing at 6 p. m. This is a good move S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. and Mr. West is entitled to the thanks W. G. Morgan, D.P.A., Lexington, Ky. of the community. y 2 S10-turn n Cutting at a Church Dedication. At the dedication of New Hope church in Fiat Wood Sunday, Leonard Nave and James Payne became involved in a difficulty, when Nave cutPayne in the face and leg with a knife Payne is not seriously wounded. Nave was released on his own recognizance and will hava his trial Saturday, before Judge Burnside. Men's, Boy's, jjLailiES, Children, Misses' Children's! MIsses, WINTER SHOES.Meh and Hays. I You will be Surprised to see how Prices Way Down1 Low iftnem.cheap we are selling LOGAB DRY GOODS CO Acljt. cn. Muith to Retire. Ky., Oct. 13. It is said here u on reliable authorit' that the resignation of Hon. Wilbur It. Smith, of Lexington, as adjutant general of the state, will, within the next day or two, be handed to the governor, and that lie will accept.it. Gen. Smith was only appointed to the place a few weeks ago upon the resignation of Gen. Dan Collier, who gave up the office on account of private business relations. SoUll r Wounils a Child. Lexington; Ky., Oct 15. Clifton Young, a boy 12 years of age, was shot and dangerously wounded by Frank Taylor, of Company C, 3d Kentucky The volunteers, Friday afternoon. boy was playing in Church street when Taylor came staggering along, pistol in hand. When he got near the boy the weapon was discharged and the bullet struck the boy, inllicting a dangerous wound. Taylor was arrested. Frankfort, FAEI M STOCK notes! Col. W. S. Boazley. of this county, has bought and received the following cattle the 'p.ist week. From Jop Thompson 12 averaging 1110 lbs at . i:: from Underwood, of Lincoln, averaging 1120 at S4.2.1 and 45 from Woods Walker averagi. g about 1050 lbs at Mr. 11. has bought 203 cattle 54.00. for feeding purposes and is receiving them as fast as he can get to them' W. R. Cook received of Dave Thomson 2S feeders averaging 1025 lb3 at 4 00. Louisville, Fine Lithographic Stone. Ky., Oct 17. A very stone has been discovered near Brandenburg, Ky., 20 miles south of this city, and a number of Louisville capitalists have formed the American Lithographic Stone Co. for the purpose of working the mines. The stone is in quantity and is declared by experts to be finer than any before found in this country and second only to that of Germany. fine article of lithographic Louisville, Louisville Tobacco, Ky., Oct 15. The sales of tobacco Friday morning were small and without special feature. All the offerings were rejected except 18. All were darks. The Brown house sold three hogsheads, all dark leaf, of the new crop from Warren county. They were not in the best condition, but fair prices were received for them. Tom Lansing Knocks Oat Dick Moore. Louisville, Ky., Oct. IS. "Tom" Lansing, of Louisville, Corbett's spar- When you call for De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't D jn't be tal ted accept anything into accepting a substitute, for piles, for sores, for burns. S.ormes Drug Store. lm W. L. Lawson bought and shipped to Cincinnati market this week a nic.J load of fat hogs p lying 3 cents for them. H. Clay Sutton sold to Lawson 25 hogs averaging 22) lbs at Sets. J. L McCarley had a load of feeders on Cincinnati market this week. Capt T. A. Elkin sold to L. Logan, of Lincoln a n'cz bunciof Stiyearlings weighing 725 lbs at 4cts. Months of neglect cannot ba overcome by feeding a f jw doses of the remedy after hogs are past help Avoid risk and make extra llesh by feeding Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy in time and according to directions. For ale by J. M. Uigginbotham. lm W. B Burton sold to Lauber of Penn., 10 mules at an average of 03 per head. W. B. Burton sold to Hambrick and Tomlinson, of Gaorgetown 50 cattle, yearlings and two year olds, at S3.S0 Der hundred. Alex Walker sold to Georgetown parties a load of feeders at 4cts. Jno. Hill sold same parties a load of 230 lb hogs at S3. 15. W. R. Coo' bought at Danville court Monday a nice bunch of calves at 523. X per head. el-e- ring partner, knocked out "D;ckn Moore, of St. Paul, Monday night, before the Monarch Athletic club in the 12th round of what was to have been a 25 round bout The fighting at times was terrific, both displaying great gamcness and science. Politician Seriously Injured. Benton, Ky., Oct 18. J. II. Ham, chairman of the populist committee, is in a seriousondition as the result of injuries suffered in a runaway accident He was thrown against a tree. Horsemen Fail. The Royal is tke highest grade baking powdar kaewa. Actrat tests sfciw it goes oae-thifarther thaa say other braarf. POWDER C. McROYAL Clelland and James T. McClelland, farmers and trotting horsemen of the Millersburg vicinity, filed petitions in bankruptcy Monday at Frankfort. Paris, Ky., Oct ia Jos.-p- SABM FOWCCR CO., NCW YOSIC CJfiNTKAL RKCOKD JLOXna ZAXDRAX, PREACHERSVILLE. Corn is carreat here at 81 per barrel Tbe Confederate Will Erect One to Hold delivered. A. J. Thompson bought of George War Relic at Lexington Daughter Anderson six hogs for 3 15 per hunof tbe Confederacy Leading. dred. Mrs. Bettie Rtgsbv sold a suckling Lexington, Ky., Oct 17. A movemule to J. C. Fox f r $35, ment is on foot among leading O.d Aunt Mary Stephenson, a co'.or-- 1 to erect a memorial building woman 104 years old died here lust here in which to place the relics of the Saturday night war between the states. The DaughMrs. James Lawrence, who has been ters of the Confederacy all over the :cc for some lime, is much better at this writing. state are expected to take hold with Our little boy of the enterprise, and as Lexing- rheumatism in his was afflicted times knee; and at ton is the most centrally located unable to pat his fout to the floor. We city and the home of President tried in vain, everything we couli hear John Boyd, of the Confederate Veteran f that we thought would help mm. in Association of Kentucky, and as he has We almost erive upus to despair, when try Chamber some one advised the largest collection of confederate lain's Pain B um. e did so, and tne relics, it will undoubtedly be located first bottle gave so much relief that here. It is likely that the splendid we trot a second one, and, to our sur well. collection of war relics of Maj. Geo. B. prise, it cured him sound a d church, T. Bays, Pastor Christian Cockrell, of Cumberland Gap, will be J. Kansas, cor sale by tL h. Neoiesha, secured for this museum. lm Mcltoberts. Joe Pettus is t home for a few days Breckinridge to Wed. flll company at to Lexington, Ky., Oct 17. The mar- before returningAnniehis Payne, of ken-Lexinsrton. Miss riage of Miss Mary Breckinridge, anon, is vi&itmg her daughter of Gen. Joseph C. Breckin Mrs. Pavne. Mr. Holtzclaw, oi Mis ridge, takes place in this city next souri. is visiting his brother, Benj. The Holtzclaw this weefc. Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. ceremony will be performed at the It HiU The Spot. home of her aunt, Mrs. IL M. Skill-maWhen suffering from a severe cold on north Broadway. The groom and your throat and lungs leels sore, is John F. Ilines, of the United States take a dose of rolev's Hnney and Jar. will be a t navy. The attendants will be Miss When the soreness. wa-grate- relieved, a Hayesel Breckinridge, sister of the oncefeeling O healing o ful and Mr. Krank, of the navy. bride, and be expenen parts affected will ced and vou will sav: "It 'eels so good Tbe Governor Pardoned Her. IT HITS the SPOT." It is yuara nteed. Frankfort, Ky., Oct 17. Gov. Brad' ley granted a pardon to Miss Minnie Miss Crow Crow, of Hardin county. had loved not wisely but too well, and Oa Monday, October 24th, 1898. sea! to keep her little babe from starving cd bids will be received an contract she stole a watch and went to Louis- - awarded by the Fiscal Court of G r Tille to sell it She was arrested for rard county, or the renting and con in and for the theft, but her friends rallied and iucting of the w gave bond. It was proved so conclu Garrard ciunty, Kentucky, for the year 1893. sively that she told the truth as to why The said Fiscal Uourt reserves the she stole the watch that he pardoned right to reject any and all bids. K. A. 1JURXMDE, before trial. her Judr of Garrard County, grand-mother, I A MEMORIAL BUILDING. Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. SOHB YAB, EE IH ADV J.NC1 " " ' 1.00 .. M 25 FRIDAY. October, 21 KENTUCKY Tlit-- Grand 1898. HCKE School Books McRoberts' Drug Store. Old books taken in exchange. BRYANTSVILLE.A. S. Haselden's. A successful meeting - Flour. Flour. Flour. I have just received Five Thousand pounds of Lexingt on Also Best Flour, and am prepared to give special prices. watch our prices on Canned Goods and we will save you mone Can Martin Wagners Extra Table Pach foe fljts. lb Can Sliced Piae Apples for 10 ct. 3 lb Can Grated Pineapples for IS eta. 2 lb Can Betsys Peas for 5 cts. 3 lb Can Boston Baked Beans for 8 cts. 2 25 " MASONIC Li.dt! DroMci to Billd Oue S40,000 of the NiccMnrj- - 850,000 Hai Been Already UiilaeU. Ky., Oct 19. 25 lb" lb Sack Best Lilly White Patent Flour for Sack Best Imperial Flour for 53 cts. 55 cts. The grand lodge of Kentucky Masons at its ses sion Wednesday unanimously adopted the resolution reported by its special committee which recommends non-itercourse between the grand lodge of this state and the grand loJjje of 'Washington, beeause of the action of lodges. the latter in recognizing-NegrThe motion to adopt was seconded by 60 matter masons. It was also decided to build a home for aged and infirm masons, 810,000 of the necessary S50.000 for this purpose having been raised, SI 0,000 within the last year. The grand lodge pledged itself to donate 81,000 for ten years in order to secure the remaining Louisville, Latest novelties ia millinery at Mrs. closed at the Fork church lust Sunday. A protracted meeting will begin at Mount Hebron next Sunday. Mr. Jeff Cheatham 23 years of age, 4 o'clock du'd at his father's half-paon Monday evening, the interment was lit the Fork church. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community. Mr. B. F. Jennings and his son John, from Illinois, are visiting Mrs. George Ballard at Paint Licc. Clint Arm strong is visiting his parents. S. G. Haselden visited here Suuday. Mrs. Marshall Hughes and little daughter. are visiting friends here. Mrs. Hollo- way, after a pleasant visit to her sis ter, Mrs. Armstrong, has returned to home. Miss Claud Arnold visited her lather Saturday, and attended preaching at this place Sunday. A stutl'Ortt cough or tickling in. the throat yiel .s to One minute Cough Cure Harmless in effect, touches the right spot, reliable and just what is wanted. It acts at once Storme Drujr Store. lm Priceless Pain Remember, OUR PRICES are always the LOWEST. n BLUE GASS GROCERY CO. E. W. PERKINS, Clerk, EPH. P. BROWN, ator. Mgr. SXJ 810,000. Irfmltvllle Court Bcrencd. Fraxkfort, Ky., Oct 19. In the court of appeals Wednesday Judge NOTICE. 2 Uurnam handed down an opinion re Tersing tho decision of the Jefferson common pleas court and remanding back for further trial the case of Wade Overall against the Louisville Electric Light Co. Overall, while in the employ of the Ohio Valley Telephone Co., and while engaged in fastening a guy wire to one of its poles, came in conNavigation Repairs. tact with one of the wires of the deLouisville, Ky., Oct 14. The Louis fendant, receiving a severe shock. lie ville and Portland canal is closed and sued the company, but lost his case in will remain so for several weeks. The tha lower court government is engaged in making re pairs which will make navigation by KxrcatlTe Clemency Refused. much better. of Frankfort, Ky., Oct 19. Gov. Brad- means river the canal forced to land boats are ley examined the petitions for pardon Lower in the following cases and refused to at New Albany. Thousands of fish grant them: Adam Hensley, of Boyd were left in the shallows which could county, malicious shooting and wound- be caught by hand. X. O. O. F. Borne Dedicated. ing; Chas. Whaley, of Harrison county, attle stealing, and J. A. Messar, of Fair Grounds, Lexington, Ky., Oct, Boyd county, charged with a felony. 14. The Odd Fellows' Widows' and In passing on the Whaley case, the Orphans' home was dedicated here governor wrote on tho papers: "The , Thursday with impressive ceremonies. fact that the defendant has a deserv- A special train brought the grand ing wife and ckildren does not excuse. lodge from Winchester. A large crowd He gives no other reason why he should was present The address was delir bo pardoned." ered by Sam SmalL Mrs. Clay was se lected as permanent matron. Kentucky Regiments. " If a orice can be olacedon oa!n. Mother's Knena is wortn iu weizm in eoia as an allevi My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did al together with her last, havin? previously used four bottles of Mother's Friend." It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother," saya a customer. Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Carmi, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator Company, of Atlanta, lia., tne propne tors and manufacturers of "Mother's Friend." This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines advertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective in adding strength and elasticity to those parts of woman's organism which bear tne severest strains ot cnuaoirtn. Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco. R. KINNIARD men are dress ORGANIZED 1888- - CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, U OF LA50A8TEB. 27. Capital, Surplus Fund BUSINESS $100,000 15,00 SOLICITED. Oarefal and Prompt Attention Guaranteed all times durinar Drecnancv uo to the The earlier it very hour of confinement. is begun, and the longer used, the more Office, National Bank. perfect will oe tne result, but it nas been used during the last month only with Mccreary. ereat benefit and success. Not all well-dresse- d Saunders & Walter are buying hogs It not only snortens laoor ana lessens the pain attending it, ;but greatly diminat 2 4 and 3 cents. ishes the danger to life of both mother edby Everybody is invited to attend an and child, and leaves the mother in a con at the Buckeye Baptist dition more favorable to speedy recovery. entertainment " Mother's Friend " is sold by druggists church Saturday night Opening sonir at $1.00, or sent by express on receipt of at 7 o'clock. Admission only 10c price. Mr. Will Beazley and Miss Zona valuable dook. lor women, "Uetore Walker surprised their many friends Baby is Born," sent free on application. The liniment may be used at any and J.C. one-thir- HEMPHILL j. H. Br-- HieaiNBOTHA President last Wednesday, by quietly driving over to Danville and getting married. Mr. and Mrs. Beazley have the good THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ga, Cashier wishes of the entire community. Assistant Cash': Miss Addie Burnside of Lancaster Bookkeepet was the guest of Miss Carrie Hardin, O.D. Walxbb the latter part of last week. Miss Two Pearl Boss is the guest of Miss Minnie DIRECTORS: Struck by a Racer. Fkaxkfort, Ky., Oct 19. The 1st Warren. Mrs. A. F. Moberly and chil Lb wis Y. Lzavbll, Henderson, Ky., Oct 15. At the J.M.HieeiNEOTHAX, Kentucky (Louisville Legion) will be dren started Sunday to join her hus T. M.AENOLD, the last volunteer regiment to leave fair Friday, when 100 policemen were J.S.JOHHSON, band in Kansas, where he has been tor B. F. Hudson. H. C. Arnold, Porto Rico, and will only come home in line of march, Sergt John Doran, Auix.Gibbs, Jb. a week, looking for a location. Tho J.J.Walxib cavalry of the sixth platoon, was struck when when a regiment of regular community regrets to see them leave, Jacob Y. Robinson. arrives te take its place. The soldiers crossing the race track by Annie Mesdames Dave Boss, J. B. Sanders of the 2d Kentucky regiment are again Blackburn, a racer at full speed. He and S. Rothwell; Misses Pearl and In camp at Lexington to be mustered was knocked senseless, and is in a Sallie Boss and Cora Ward, Bettie Hen W. Lswib Y. Lxavxll Hudson O. STONE. Albert Sewell bought of Tom Bruner a colt for $15. Frank Folger sold to George Mc Querry a pair of mules for S100. Minnie, the infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Case, has been very i 1 but is some better at this writing. Rev. W. F. Neal filled his appoint ment at Scott's Fork. S iturday night Sunday morning and Sunday after noon. W. G. Preston while trying to drive a wagon up a hill the team balked and the wagon run backward and caught Ben Lane who was with him, between the wheel and a tree and hurt him very bad, but not dangerously. Oae Minute Cough Cure surprises 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 preparation us3d y for colds, croup, tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs. Stormes Drug Store. lm Clayton Saunders and family, of Madison, were the guests of his Mrs. James Littrell, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Broaddus and little son, attended preaching at Scott's Fork Sunday, and visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Saunders. Miss Mattie Saunders entertained a number of young friends at her home Sunday. Those present were Misses Len Land and Blanche MitchelL Mrs. Peachie Grow and family, and T. L. Saunders and family, were the guests of the latter's father, James Saunders, of Judson, several days back. James Saunders, of Judsou, was qhe guest of his son, T. L. Saunders and family Sunday. Mrs. Mary A. Saunders and two daughters, Mattie and Peachie Mae, visited in Jessamine last week. mother-in-law, 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. Ricnit 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 out of service. It will probably require ten days to complete the muster dangerous condition. snd broke her neck. The Reward The mare fell NEW LIVERY. out Awarded Private Wellington Harlan Dead. Lexington, Ky., Oct 14. Private Wellington Harlan, jr., of the 2d Ken tucky, nephew of Supreme Justice tions were unhappy. Her husband had Harlan, and one of the wealthiest troubles she young men in Mercer county, died left her, and to end her took laudanum Tuesday afternoon. Thursday at his home in Harrodsburg Her condition was discovered and of typhoid fever. He was brought physicians were summoned, but the home sick from Chickamauga park a chances arc that she will die. She is month ago, and was convalescent, but only 25 years old. had a relapse a few days ago. For a Side Track. One Cent and Coita. Greenup, Ky., Oct 19. Garrett Wall, OWEX8BORO, Ky., Oct 18. In the 82,000 Jr., purchased Tuesday of Wm. Biggs, damage suit of Mrs. Alice Wolf against jr., J. D. Biggs and Philip Eeiley, at Police Lieutenant Minter Bennett for Zion Station, this county, for the C & nnlawfully entering her house the jury 0. railway, a strip of land 3,000 feet long to be used for extension of side rendered a verdict for the plaintiff of one cent and costs. track at that place. The G. & O. has length of track now, but it the same Duncan a Colonel. Is not sufficient for the business. Lexington. Kv.. Oct 15. Henry T. Duncan, of this city, has Tbe Old Officers As ue ville, N. C., Oct 14. The old been appointed colonel on the staff of officers of the Liquor Men's association uov. xraaiey. were Louisville, Ky., was Fatally Injured by a Street Car. selected as the next place of meeting. Louisville, Ky., Oct 15. Charles Catterson, a constable, was struck by Will Not Combine. , Louisville, Ky., Oct ia It was an- a street car Friday night and fatally nounced here Monday from New York injured. thatthe proposed combination of plug Charged With Harder. tobacco manufactures is a thing of the C. Kick Lexington, Ky., Oct past Two Louisville factories were erbocker, colored, of the 15. J.immunes, 10th have been included in it, but their who shot Will to Anderson, colored, in a owners refused to sell. Water street saloon Monday night, was arrested Friday and charged with Diphtheria Clotea a SchooL Richmond, Ky., Oct 17. The public murder, Anderson having died Thurs school at Red House, six miles north day night of here, has been closed on account of Farmer Die Suddenly. an epidemic of diphtheria. Two deaths Hexdebeok, Ky., Oct 14. G. G. are reported. Griffin, a very prominent farmer of Drowned In tbe River, this county, aged 48 years, died sud' Tomktns ville, Ky., Oct 15. Wm. denly at his home Thursday morning' Wilburn, of Salk Lick Bend, Ky., whil ef heart disease. crossing the Cumberland river in a rardon Refuted. skiff, was seized with an epileptic fit Frankfort, Ky., Oct 15. The peti He fell into the river and was tion of Daniel Oliver, of Knott county, drowned. sent to the penitentiary for man LonliTllle Machinist Killed. slaughter, was examined Friday by Louisville, Ky., Oct 17. James D. Gov. Bradley and executive clemency McLay, a machinist at the Louisvill was refused. 4l Nashville shops, was run over and at Caieyvlllr. instantly killed by a Louisville 3b NashMobganfield, Ky., Oct 14. Wed ville freight train. He was C6 years sesday night burglars robbed Harth old aad leaves a family. Bros.' store at Caseyville, blowing How to Prevent Croup. open the safe, and got several hun We have two children who are subject to attacks of croup. Whenever an dred dollars. Two suspects have been attack is coming on my wife gives arrested and are held here for trial. them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy A Short Sad Story. and it always prevents the attack. It A Cild. is a housohold necessity in this county Niglect nd no matter what else we rnn out of it would not do to beewithout ChamPneumonia. berlain's Cough Remadv. More of it Grief. is sold here than of ail other cough Eai Foley's Honey and Tar been medicines combined. J. M. Nickle, of Nickle Bros., merchants, Nickleville, used this story would hava had a hap Pa. For sale by B E. McBoberts. lm pier ending. im Took Lindinnm and Stay Die. Ky., Oct 19. Mrs. Henderson, Annie Farnsworth's domestic relav i Georgktowjt, Ky., Oct 19. In the :ircuit court in the case of Elbert Jackson against the Queen and Crescent railroad, the jury awarded the plaintiff 81,090. In July last Jackson, who is 16 years old, was thrown from l flat car at Doncrail, and had his arm tut off above the elbow by the train, lie sued for 81,995. here are of the opinion that the Owens-bor- o officers can not collect the reward offered by the state for the apprehen tion of Howard Clark, who was killed at Rockport, Ind., a few days ago. They will investigate the matter further when the officers present their claims. Frankfort, Offered for Howard Clark. Ky., Oct 15. Officials Very Best Rigs the ry and Anna Austin, attended the birth day surprise Saturday. I have purchased the "Wal Friends, neighbors and relatives ker stable and am prepared of Alex Walker gave him quite a sur prise by gathering at his home Satur to furnish the day last, to celebrate his birthday. About one hundred guests were there, both young and old. As he did not know they were coming it was a sur shortest notice prise indeed, when the guests began on Special attention given Com to arrive. Dinner was served in the yard, the tables being beautifully decmorcial Travelers. orated with flowers. Every one re RICE BENGE port a day delightfully spent More than twenty million free sam pies of EeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve have been distributed by tne maniv THJ5 facturers. What better proof of their confidence in it's merit3 do you waut? It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in L the shortest space of time. Stormes lm Drug Store. Ms Ml Wool, at $6.50 to $18.00. Tailor-mad- e suits to your measure, $10 and $25 and Read I will guarantee to fit you, both in Tailor-made- , Suits, and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking Truly Yours. . elsewhere. BANK J. C HEMPHILL E. W. Iallard. CAPITAL $300,000.00 ) J n ( SURPLUS, $65,000.00, BACK CREEK. LANCASTER, KY, i$fypa A. R.Dbnnt, President. Jno. E. Stormks, Vice President. Wm. H. Kinnaikd, Cashier. 8. C. Dxnnt, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embet Everything is military out this way straw-foot, chock full now; of bean soup! halt! Several fine frosts in this locality. Sie Perrin has purchased a portion of the Jennings farm and will move t, oeooooooooo oox Jno. B.Stout Lillavd (h Siouz, on it at once. Col. Geo. E. Jennings says there will J. F. Robinson, Jb, Ass't DIRECTORS Sam'l.D. Cochran, Jas Bpllman, Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson, W. r. cook, L. Davidson, Jno.E.Btormei, R. KINNAIRD'S In the following Fire' Insurance Companies Etna, of Hartford. Queen of America. National of Hartfort, PheBlx of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of EnglaBd. Connecticut of Hartford. North British and Merchantile. German . American of New York. Liverpool and London and Globe. Insurance Agency Representing Over 57,000,000 - I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance be 48 deep snows the coming winter, The Lancaster and Kirksville pike is now in fine condition. CoL James West will likely go to Cuba and open up an immense cigar farm. In speakin? with Uncle Clayborn Lear about Adam, he says he has no distinct recollection of him but has of ten heard his mother speak of him. It seems that the night trains are giving us the y out this way. What is the matter with the Kani-datthis year, we have looked and looked, but nary a Kamdate yet. well; Times are certainly improving, for a man that has owed us 8165 for 10 years walked up and paid us a few days ago like a man. The turkey crop is this vicinity is very large and forward, will be full ripe by Thanksgiving, buyers are of fering 7c for November delivery. The magnificent steamer, Beat, will leave its wharf at the foot of sad street on November 8th, on its annual trip up Salt River. There is no better place in Garrard .niint.w than ricrht here for a (rood country store and post office. If we wane a paper ox pins, or a uuxui uibck-inwe have to go to Lancaster for tbem. go-b- eading P"ruggists.j Stationery, Faints. Oils, Etc. DAIVIVILLE, KENTUCKY. :- -: ALL WOMEN JlHE-TENTH- ofr all the pain andslcknessfrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of 000000000600000000001 Election On 'Bond Issue. To Be Held Not. 8, 1898. Ied Nearly always when a woman Is not well these organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick. menstruation. Garrard County Court. Called term Fiscal Court July 25th 189S. Mrfidni Is nature's provision for the regulation of the menstrual function. It cures all "female troubles." It Is equally effective for the girl in her teens, the young wife with and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the "Change of Life." They all need it. They art all benefitted by It. Tor advice fn cases requirlnr spaekl directions, address, elvlnr symptoms, tho Ladles' Advisory Department,'' Tha Chattanooga Medicia Co., g, J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. Wliun vnn havp a. bad cold He. Inel: natinn nrmtlrl rppnmmpnH Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and safe to take. Dr. ExpeKNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS rience would recommend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and perGarrard Lodge No. 29, Knights manent cure. Dr. Reason would on it VipfftiisH it in Tirenared of Pvthias. meets every Thursday scientific principles, and acts on nanight in Odd Fellows hall. All vis ture's plan in relieving the lungs openthe secretions iting Knights are fraternally invi ing the 10 a naturaland restoring cuu ana urauuy ystem G. B. Swinbbroad, C.C dition. For sale by B, E. McBoberts. ted. COMPANY. TOOS. J. COOPER. My alsUr frwi vary Irrsiilar 4 painful mtMtrMttiM and darters could aot reHets hsr. Wlaa f Cartel MMraty cared htr and ) kataad aff dttMf MwMBjk the Maaya at Lm." " Tap, strM Mm., Mj lm Whereas, the legal voters of Gar- raru county, voters in tne geoerai election held in and for said count? in November 1S95, yoted in favor of the Fiscal Court acquiring and maintaining the Turnpike Hoads in said county, and the question being submitted to them, the said legal voters of f 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 189S 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 letral d voters in said county shall be to vote on the question, "Are you in favor of issuintr bonds for the purchase and maintainance of the Turnpike roads of the county, free of toll to the trayeling public?" and it is further ordered that the Sheriff of Garrard county be and he is hereby directed to advertise said election and objec,t therefor at least thirty days next before date of said election in The Central Record, it being the newspaper having the largest circulation' In uid county, and also by print- privil-edge- hand bills posted up in no less than public places in each voting in sail county an! at the Court House door for at least tmrly 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 subject, issue bonds in any sum not exceeding thirty-fiv- e thousand dollars, (S35,000.po) 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 an- numfrom date of issuo until paid and are not to extend beyond 30 ye arm. 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 dny of August 1898. R. A. Burssidk, Judge A true copy. Garrard County Court. Att: J. M. Duncan, Ulerk. Pursuant to the foregoing order of the Garrard county Fiscal court, which is made part of this notice, an election will be held and polls opened at all the regular voting places in Garrard coun ty at the next regular election, whch will be held November 8, 1S98, which election, in all respects, will be held in accordance with the general election laws of Kentucky. J. u. satodkss, a. u. u V ljutchcssTr ousers 1 THE PEACE COMMISSION Finest Line of t IS Up-to-Da- te. Has Settled the Fact That it is best for the Men, Boys and Children to 1n Mit and Qirofe The past record of this great make of goods has proved their durability of wear and 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 1 rousers. BEST IN THE WORLD. TRY A PAIR. Buy their Clothing' of Prosperity to All who Deal Witli Us, Ever shown in Central Kentucky at Prices Lower than you can purchase elsewhere. Boys' Suits Guaranteed to TJs. Wear. Children's Suits Finer and Better than ever shown. Free Toll and Feed. MANHATTAN SHIRTS, BEST MADE. STETSON HATS, NOBBIEST MADE. as we give Good Value and Save Money for the People. One Low Price to All. All our goods are the best. BEST PANTS ON EARTH. Try a pair and you will buy no others. THE GLO BE J, L. Frohman & Co. S acy Aaams Snoes, Best Mafie. Suits Gleaned and Pressed. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 'Phone 136, Free to our customers. --2 DanviU. MARKSBURY. HAMMACK. They will in all proba bility go to Porto Rtco this winter. Mrs. W. T. Browning has an inter esting visitor in her accomplished sis ter, Miss Bettina Anderson, of LancasT ter, who is here for a protracted visit She is doing. some lovely water color sketches of camp scenes taken from Also a large line of nature and will place her collection on Miss few to $1.00. exhibition in ablack days. white, Ander from Caps water and son works in color, oil, crayon, &c, and is a graduIf you want somthing real Stylish and ate of the Cincinnati School of Art Cheap, this is the place to come. Lexington Argonaut. r Have you seen those at Lexington. Stylish Walking Hats and Sailors Noel Sisters? and Hats 25cts Children's CENTRAL RECORD. liuHivrS and Summer Collc Neiiralgianud Complaints. Price, CUBAN RELIEF cures Toothache Cents. Sweency-Batso- n. in five minutes. SourStomach 25 FRIDAY, October, 21, 189S. Pr.pe and daughter, Miss Rheba, of Boyie, attended the Batson-Sweene- y weddinir. Mr. G. , Mrs George H Bruce and son. of Danville, visile l Mrs. Royston Saturday and Mis. J. S. El mist on, of Crab Orchard has joined her husband here and will make this lu-- home. Miss Mary O'llearn, of Maysville1 Ky., has ben spen iny the past ten days with Miss A,'nes Donohu.'. Miss Bessie Burnside. a Garrard county beauty, is with Miss Pearl Burnside. Interior Journal. Rzy. J. L. McKce, o' Dan ille. filled the pulpit o.' the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening. Misses Burch, Jennie and Marie Warren, of Stanford, attended the SweeneyBatson wedding Wednesday. Low-aidr PERSONAL. Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey is qute ilL Miss Pearl Ross is visiting riends in McCreary; Miss Pearl Hill, who is ill of. fever is much better. Victor Rice went to Louisville on business Wedneslay. Rev. Henry Faulconer and wife are at home for a few days. Miss Mattic Eikin has been visiting friends in Nicho'asville. Mr. and Mrs. John Baujhraan were visitor hsre Wednesday. Miss Ilallie Rica was the guest of Mrs. A. H. Rice tuii week. Gen. D. R. Collier spent Sunday and Monday with his family here. Joe E. Robinson has returned from a business trip to Chattanooga. Miss Clara Myers, of Crab Orchard, is visiting at Dr. V. S. Beazley's. Mr. M. D. Hughes is in Somerset this week in the interest of the F. O. A. Misses Pulliam, of Stanford, are the pretty guests of Mrs IL M. Ballon. Cal Nevius has returned from his tour of the grand circuit of the races. Miss Carrie Woods is the guest of Miss Mary Miller, on Danville street. Mrs. John E. Stormes has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington. Mrs. Martha Leavell left last week to visit relatives and friends in Madison. Mr. David Dunn: of Barbourville. ;as the guest of V. I. Williams this Mrs. Susan Anderson left last week to visit her children and frieuds in Covington, Greensburg, Indiana, and Iowa. Miss Flossy Pardora, who has been the guest of Misses Ola and May Jar-vireturned to her home in Railings Wednesday. Kirk K. Kerby left Wednesday evening for Fort Worth, Texas, where he will accept a position in a wholesale hardware store. Miss Bettina Anderson, of Lan caster is with her sister, Mrs. W, T. Browning, of Walton avenue, for a protracted visit Argonaut. Charley Walker, who has been at home sick of fevt-r- , wilL rejoin the 4th regiment, of which he is r at Anniston, this week. Mr. Ban M. BurJett, aft er a week's pleasant visit to friends and relatives, lef t Monday for Lexington and thence to his home in Killaruey, Fia. Mr. L. D. Routt, of Cynthiana, who las been organ'zing a lodge of the he "Fraternal Order of America," here, left Monday for Somerset. Miss Ros!e Miller is visiting her grandmother, at Highland Park, Central Covington, and while there will ai. tend the marriage of oae of her girl friends. Messrs. M. F. Rout and CoL Andrew Rice, le ft Wednesday for Martinsville Ind , where they hope to s cure relief from rheumatism from which both are sufferers Mrs. Elizabeth Whaley, of Cynthiana, agreat-aun- t of Mrs. J. W. Sweeney is a guest of R, H. Batson and family. She came to be present at the y nuptials Wednislay. Mr. D. C. Hinds and family, who have been visiting Mrs. Hinds father, Mr. J. M. Palmer, were compelled to return to their home in Nebraska, on account of Mr. Hinds having an acute attack of asthma. Jesse H. Arnold, of Guthrie, Okla homa, is visiting his father, W. A. Arnold. Jesse is a member of one of the volunteer companies, which is now s, wagon-masteBatson-S.veene- ek. Miss Francis Collier has returned from a delightful visit to Sweet Water Tenn. Misses Margaret Murphy and Alice Hudson were visitiag in Danville Saturday. Rev. T. n. Campbell has returned from Louisville. Will fill his pulpit Sunday. ring have returned from a Visit to Louisville. Mrs. Mary Hac'cley and Mrs. Jerry Sandidge, of Boyle, visited relatives here Wednesday. Mrs. Susan Fisher and Miss Sue Her- WE INVITE all of our friends and pat rons to call and make N INSPECTION of our stock. We took especial pains to select only the HANDSOMEST HATS and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets. Contagious blood poison is absolutely beyond the skill of the doctors. They may dose a patient for years on their mercurial and potash remedies, but he will never be rid of the disease ; on the other hand; his condition will grow steaany worse, a. a. s. is the only cure for this terrible affliction, because it is thB Onlv rempdv whinh anoa r the cause of the disease and forces it irom tne system. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world I was afflicted with TilnnA Pniun a a 11,. I took This fact and its merit has led dishon- best doctors did me no good, though faith-fully- . tneir treatment est people to attempt to counterfeit it In fact, I seemed to get worse all the h)ok out for the man who attempts to while. I took almost every deceive you when you call for De Witt's blood remedy, but they did not Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure. seem to reach the disease, and had no effect Stormes Drug Store. lm whatever. I was disheartened, for it seemed that I would never be cured. At the advice ol FLATWOOD. a friend I then took 8. S. 8., and began to improve. I continued th W. H. Furr lost two nice calves of medicine, and It cured me completely, buildblackleg. ing up my health and increasing my appetite. W. H. Furr sold 41 hogs to Lawson Although this was ten years ago, I have nevei yet had a sign of the disease to return. & Fox for $179.84. W. R. Nkwman, Staunton, va. J. C. Fox lost a nice mule, either to continue It is like strayed or stolen a lew days since. to take potash and mercury; besides Wm. Coldirpn and Jake Clouse sold totally destroying the digestion, the; a lot of hogs to E. L. Woods for S3.25 dry up the marrow in the bones, producing a stiffness and swelling of the per hundred. 1 he. box supper at the Lawson joints, causing the hair to fall out, and completely wrecking the system. tchool house was quite a success, and tney made S23. The marriage of Mr. Jesse W. Sweeney and Miss Lula Batson took place in the Christian church Wednesday morning at ten o'clock. The couple entered to the sweet strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march which was played by Miss May Hughes in her usual artistic manner. 'I he church was decorated with green foliage and presented a beauti'ul appearance. 'I he Lewis Walker, ushers were Messrs. Joi- - Robinson. Dave Walker and Will Collier. Miss O ivia Sweeney and Mr. Homer Batson, sister and brother of acted as atthe contracting part-es- , tendants. Miss Sweeney lookt-- lovely in black silk, hat to match and carried a toq'iet of white roses. The bride wore a handsome garnet suit trimmed with pink embossed satin, hat to match and carried bride roses. She entered the church accompanied by her father, the groom coming in with his grandfather, Mr. Jesse G. Sweeney. Eld. Gcwen said a brief though impress've ceremony. The party was then driven to the home of the groom where his sister had prepared an elegant dinner. They did not take a bridal tour and will go immediately to housekeeping. This mar riage was to have taken place a year ago, but the bride was dangerously ill of typhoid fever. Readers of The Record will remember what a siege she had, and the long time her life only held by a brittle thread. It pleased an All wise Power to spare her and she has within the past few months improved rapidly and is nrw entirely welL She is a young woman of many noble traits of character, is patient and industrious. She is an accomplished musician, enjoying a wide reputation both as a performer and vocalist. She is the eldest daughter of Mr. R. H. Batson, a leading merchant of th s city. The groom is the only son of Hon. Charles W. Sweeuey. dee'd. Although quite a young man, he is the proprietor of one of the largest stores in Lancaster and enj ys a splendid trade. He is a thorough business man, clever and sociable. 'J he Recohd extends congratulations to Mr. and Mra Sweeney and hopes their voyage through life will be one of happiness. high-minde- J. W. Pointer is building a new In articles suitable for AVed linff Presents. Tea Table, Dessert Spoons and A little son came to the home of F. house on his farm bought lately. Forks. Also Berry and Salad Spoons. Cram an t Grayy Ladles, liutter K. Sutton, on the 14th inst Knives, the highest grade only carried. Woods Walker and wife have gone Rev. W. M. Kuykendall left Monday Cut Glass in New Cuttings. Exquisite to Eofield, IlL, to visit her parents. to assist Rev. Pike, in holding a meetJ. H. McQuerry bought a nice sadC. XT. McDONNELL, Jeweler and Optician, ing at Gilead church near Kirksville. Rev. Pike will preach at the Fork dle mare from Thomas White, for S1.00 Danville, Kentucky. cash. church next Suuday. g Miss Bettie Bell has been on the sick You ought to know that when from any kidney trouble that a list for the last week, but is improving A Few Points of safe, sure remedy is Fole3''s Kidney slowly. SUPERIORITY- Cure. Guaranteed, or money refundJ. W. Pointer's little boy got burnt ed, lm very badly by turning a kettle of boilJ. F. Johnson and Miss Jennie Johning water over on him. son, of Burgin, were the guests of H. There are samj parsons who havt D.Aldridge and family Monday. Misses Meek and Nannie Kemper, of Boj'le, baen very annoying for about a week, Over All Other Heater3. and Laura Smith, of Lancaster, atten- of nights, in this neighborhood. Halded the dining, given by Mrs. Todd lo ving. shooting at peop.e's lights n Scott, last Tuesday, in hoaor of Mra their hoas. s, among women au.i chilThe Practically Sarah Markwell, t.n accomplished dren. People are nearly afra.d to keep INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL, a light of nights, even where there i& Bur-delady of Kansas City. Mrs. Chas. . Produces the following results: Let us appjal to the goou and sister, Mrs. John Woods, of sicknes-citizen to e.ecu:e ttie laws and put combustion of Soft Perfect Danville, visiied frienis in Ilairoiis-burGreat Economy Coal, consuming all the Fumes several duYs last week Rrv stop to it. and Gases, gaining just so Davis returned to his homa in 'lruth wears well. People ii .vt much more heat that in other in this. 'last Frid iy. He assisted Rev. learned tnat Dj ltt'a Little Ear4 stoves is wasted. Kuykenda.l, in holding a two week's Risers are reiiaolc little pills for reguThe Cross Drafts from the Bowl, causes the heat to meeting at the Fork church. Tnere lating tue bowels, curing cun.-pjiiube radiated to the floor instead or to the -TiMli and sic.c Headache, were two additions. ihey dou't gripe i ceiling, MKO oiner uirctj uran nuita. Storn Drug S.sre. lm m mo. ureal atisiiti-iiu- n HUBBLE. suf-erintt g Clay-ville, STERLING!! SILVER &- i Ml James Miller an. I family mcved to Lexington last we k Rev. NsmI is the pastor of the church at llubb e. Eld. Geire Gowen will preach at the Christian church Sun lay evening at 3 o'clock. You invite disappointment whenyou experiment De Witt's Little Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them. Stormes Drug Slore. lm Mesdames Belle Judson and Emma Clark, 3f Judson, were the guests of J. W. Anderson and family Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Price Sutton, of McCreary, returned home Sunday, accompanied by Mrs. Tilford Alexander. Several of the people of Hubble, went to the knobs Sunday after chestnuts. Henry White le t Sunday for Lexington, to be with the rest of the soldiers. Mrs. Mary Anderson left Monday fur a visit to ner brother James Huffman, near Marksbury , Johv Underwood returned hom. Mrs. day, after a pleasant visit tore Sun-a- t Lexington. elatives Perfect control of the f.re. so an even heat can be main- talned. and a good fire kept over night. Durability. Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction. Manufactured for U. K. STOVE AND RANGE CO. Qreat Comfort jn thjs W? 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. your friends with you. Call and get our prices and see our goods; will be glad to see you. Bring Doctors Can't Cure It! H. M. BALLOU. "Silver Plate that Wears." M J&r THAN , CORSETS iU VV- BY 10R SALE Let us call your attention to our THE LOGAN DRY GOODS CO. "1847 Rogers BrosV Triple plated Knives and Forks Tney are made to wear, and considering; the quality, 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 W. H. LACKEK, Fruit. Successor to Lackey. & Gulley. Flowers. Shade. Blue Grass Nurseries. First-Gla- s FaU, 1898. 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. HILLENMEYFR, SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Phone 279. Lexington, Ky. .TRAVELING MEN. Ilr. H. of No, 544 S. BEAZLEY, but no old fashioned medicine can Old fashions in dress may be revived. re- Miss Bailie Tillett Constipation and Indi- Diarrhoea Remedy. gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cte. McRobjrts. rilllllVl 9sia, place Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and For sale by R. E. im A full line of Spoons, Sugar SncIIs, is guaranteed Purely Vegetable, and is Butter Knives, etc in "?AT the only blood remedy free from these goods always on hand. Let us dangerous minerals. show thehi to you Book on sent free bj Swift Specific. Company, Atlanta, 6a. O. S.S.S.Blood will be at on Teeth Oiled end extracted with Bridge ont Fourth ave., Louisville, Ky Work & specialty. pain. Crown and Elkln'a Office overT. S. Mason Hotel, Lancaster, Ky., meat shop, la the new Thompson bnlldlsg. DENTIST. J. THOMPSON. wjiu nnve praauaiea juu kiuco ui Returning' one day each month. Eyes from the Lontsvllle Training School can be eecured at the Pattle A. Clay Infirmary ot Richmond, Ky,; price $15 per week, except In examined and glasses scientifically contagions cases, for whfeh $20- is charged Application for nurses shonld be made to th Superintendent - Monday, October 31, 1898 m a jwurses. xrainea Ttr ot Infirmary., Do not miss your chance for HE KEEPS SYNOPSIS OF BEST STOCK OF CLOTHING AND DOT GOODS My opponent. Mr. Gilbert, stands on a free silver platform. This is his only creed. Upon the question of expansion and the living issues of the day his platform is as silent as the grave and he is as silent as his plat-f- o m. He knows that expansion is death to free silver. He has spoken all over this district and if he has ever ARE THE MOST FATAL OF ALL DIStouched this great question of expansion or one of the live issues no human EASES. being has ever hear ! of it This is a campaign of and I repeat, issues so vital, so import int that individuality is obscured. I stan 1 for expansion of territory, and therefore expansion of trade, expansion of commerce, exIs a guaranteed remedy for all KIDNEY and pansion of civilization and expansion BLADDER Diseases. of Christianity, the church and the school, and the reformation of our whole currency and banking system along the gold standard line. 1 stand for an honest dolla-- , the American dollar, a dollar that is worth 100 cents the world over. My opponent Mr. this packed board you find another CUBAN OIL cum Gilbert, stands for the free and un- packed board at Frankfort, with no iHlllvl 3 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheulimited coinage of silver, and the redress to the courts. They undertake Spanish dollar, a dollar, that is a fifty-ce- to say this is like the Ohio law. hat matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents dollar the world over, or must is absolutely false. The Ohio law'J is a pass for its bullion value only. President McKinley commands the fair one My opponent, Mr. Gilbert, the people believe that the President respect and admiration of the whole stands for the Gojbel Bill. Get ther and Administration are responsible for whole world ft)r his conduct of this war. 1 bill and read it: read theagainst ofSen-ato- typhoid fever in the camps, and that Bronston's speech it and tne soldiers were badly treated. Every must say that he has been our Moses think lor yourselves. person sensible and since he took his seat on the 4th of Force bills and Southern election knows that in all wars sickness kills March 1807. As you know, for the three years prior to that time our bills pale into insignificance incompar more men than bullets and that war country had been passing through the ison to this measure. When this bill means death, sickness and hardships. greatest panic of history. A Demo- was on its passage in the Senate, Sen Never was a country so unprepared cratic tariff bill had been passed in ator Charles J. Bronston, one of the for war, and never was an army raised and equipped in so short a time. Nev1893, a Free Trade tariff bill that failed ablest Democrats in the State and to bring revenue sufficient to meet the partisan at that, opposed it, and I er was an army so well fed, so well expenses of the Government; factories quote from his long argument against clothed; and never did an army do better or more effective service in a short were closed down and the business of it, winch is before me. He said: "What an oligarchs', what a machine. space of time. To say the soldiers were the country had been in a st.ite of dry ao soon as this General Assembly ad badly clothed, badly fed and mistreatrot. Mr. Cleveland's administration was journs three commissioners are to be ed is mere rot and slander, as investiforced to sell two hunderd and sixty chosen by party prejudice and inflam- gation will show. I preferred not to make this race on millions of bonds in times of peace to ed passion, to subserve selfish, ends meet the necessary expenses of the and gratify personal ambition, who account of ill health at this time of Government Immediately after tak- will have absolute and undisputed con year, but my party generously gave ing his seat on the 4th of March, 1807, trot oi every election held lor any me a renomination and endorsement. It is customary to return Congressmen President McKinley called in extra purpose in the state." Now I want also to call your atten at least a second time, and I am desession the Fifty-fiftCongress to pass a tariff bill After several months la- tion to the infamous gerrymander of sirous of being a member of the next, Congress. Should Mr. bor and deliberation the Dingley Tar- - this district. The Constitution re or Fifty-sixtin: nui was passed and became a law. quires Congressional districts to be re Gilbert defeat me he will be befo c This bill was not only for the purpose apportioned or redistricted every ten you two years hence .asking for a reof bringing sufficient revenue to meet years or after eyery census so as to election and endorsement of his If elected I promise to make the wants of the Government but also have each district equal as near as pos protect and stimulate American indus sible in population. When Kentucky a more efficient member than in the was apportioned after the last census past, because my experience will be of tries, ivery wen lniormea person knows that times have improved; bya Democratic Legislature and this great benefit to me in the next House. (and while times will alwavs be hard maue a ueinocratic district, it compris- Brilliancy counts for but little in Conwith some of us) for years we have not ed the counties of Anderson, Boyle, gress; experience and service are had better prices anl better times Garrard, Jackson, Jessamine, Laurel, everything. The little State of Maine than we have had for the last vear. Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Owsley, with four members of long service More debts have been liquidated, more uociccastie, Shelby and spencer, thir wields more influence in Congress than mortgages nave been paid off than ev teen counties. In 1S83 or 4, tha Demo any state in the Union, and Mr. Speaker before in the same length of time, crats were fearful that the district er Reed is the only brilliant man in 1'rospekitv IS iierk and the Dinwlev might become Republican though it the delegation. The others are potent Bill brings sufficient revenue to meet had giyen more than 1.50O Democratic and influential because of industry majority at the previous Congressional and long service. the expenses of the Government. The boys behind the guns have done Now I want to call your attention to election and thereupon they added the this tact: suppos- President McKinlev counties of Owsley and Laurel to the their duty well. Now as citizens and had waited until the regular session of neavy Kepublican Eleventh Congrei voters you have duties to perform. The Eighth district You must say by your votes whether Congress which did not convene until sional district. December to have had thi3 tariff bill with its eleven counties continued to the American flag shall stay where passed. Then, this war coming upon go Democratic until the election of your soldiers placed it or be hauled us as it did would have crowded out lo'Jl), when it gave me a majority of down as an American flag was in a certhis tariff legislation. The President a,4bi. when this iree silver Leisla tain place by a previous administrahas proven himself to be the man for ture met they determined to defeat me tion. It is the opinion of the best into Congress. They formed minds of the world that we the place regardless of politics. He for ought to have the House and Senate in could not wait until after the census should annex this new Island Territoaccord with him to carry out all of his of 1000 was taken to the ry and thus become the most powerful expansion aad financial plans, ne has state, out regardless of mstice. resrard nation in the world. The eyes of the been tried, you can trust him. If you less of population, regardless of the world are on the United States. But have the Lowar House Democratic you rights oi the people, they deliberate the world knows we can not expand will have a House of obstruction, you lagerrymandered, or you might truth- and achieve greatness and prosperity win nave a nouse against progress fully sav stole Jackson county from under the silver or Spanish standard you will tie his hands. This whole this district and added it to the Elev of money. Spain has tried it and cheap matter is with you.- Expansion and enth, leaving this district with ten money makes cheap men. As anx:ous counties. They did not even have the as I am to be returne I to Congress I the gold standard go hand and hand you can not separate them. fairness to add on any other county. would rather be defeated representing I havenot the time, to discuss in de They could have added on the adjoin the issues of Expansion. Sound Money tail the action of the War Concrress.but ing county of Clark or Marion and thus and Protection, than be elected on I want to call your attention to a few equalized the population, but as I re Mr. Gilbert's platform of Free Silver matters. While the Democrats voted peat, they did it deliberately, regard and the Spanish standard of money, for a declaration of war they also vo- less oi the constitution and rights of and against national greatness and tne people, it was suiuctent for them prosperity. This is a critical time in ted against nearly every measure, ihey voted against the bond to know that Jackson county had giv- the Nation's life; we either move for issue and wanted to issue greenbacks en a Kepublican majority of 1,328 in ward or backward. I have faith and ana mty-cedollars to p ly our brave 1800, and she had to go. I submit it confi lence in the judgment and patri soldiers tor hghUng the country s bat- to a fair minded people, will vou in otisra of the people. The issues are tles. But we passed the bond issue. dorse such conduct as this? I predict vital and the people must pass upon the gold bonds as the free silver people that you will not. No party has ever tnem. can tnem ana we ata not place them in Jong succeeded by such unfair and in- the hands of syndicates, bankers and iamous conduct, it they have the capitalists as the Democratic adminis right to take one county outthev have Give your Stomach a Rest. tration did, but placed them in the the right to take nine out and leave reach of the common people in bonds the district with one county. oi irom 52U to 500. The bonds issued It will always be the pride of mv life by the Democratic party in time of that this great district made me a The trouble with most sick people Is that In peace were four and five per cent member of the Fifty-fiftCongress bonds. Hut these war bonds atrsreca' the Congress that will be known as the their anxiety to get well they try first this nos trum, ting two hundred millions of dollars "War Congress" a Concress that nasn- - and then that, until the poor stomach rebels calls a halt. There's a better way. What were three per cent bonds and were ed the Dingley tariff law. During the the body needs is oxygen more oxygen. The put in the hands of the common peo- two long sessions of excitement, labor ple, and while only two hundred mill and responsibility, with a new admin Electropolse is simply an instrument which, ions were soid there were offers made istration and the pressure for office when applied to the ankle or wrist for a short for over a billion, which shows there and place, I have made some mistakes, period each day, polarizes the body and ena is plenty of monev in this nnnntrn eyery member has, because we are bles it to take ou oxygen more freely. The seeking channels of investment. only human; but I was in my seat and Electropolse cures without medicine. One .Now, my friends. I want to sav a few voted upon all the important questions Instrument las's a lifetime. Send for descrip words about the Goebel Bill, a bill mat came the House. Voted tlve book and read wcat noted people say passed by the last free silver Demo- as I believed oeiore the best interests of about the Electropolse. for cratic Legislature, passed as a party the whole people. Miss Clara Baktox's Letter. measure though bitterly opposed bv I am opposed to the present Civil some of the ablest and most conscien Service law and have used every effort Constantinople, February 21, 1896. Dear Sirs: When in London the other day I tious Democrats in the Legislature. I in my power to have it repealed or undertake to say it is the most infa- modified. I have every reason to be received two packages from the United States mous bill that ever disgraced the nacres lieve that the President would have embossy, each containing ou Electropolse: of legislation. This infamous bill was long since modified it, but for the today I received your kind letter. Please al passed for the purpose of first defraud- trreat burden of duty imposed upon low me to thank you heartily and gratefully ing the Republicans and counting him by the war. In the future I ex for the splendid little machines. As you rethem out. Second, to perpetuate Dem pect to continue my fight to have it member, I am not an entire stranger1 to the ocratic rings and cliques in office. The repealed or modined. An Administravirtues of the Electropolse, and will take great authors of this infamous bill, realizing tion is responsible to a country for its pleasure in passing yonr offering to afflicted in their conscience the crime they have conduct while in power, therefore the humanity. committed against the ballot and lib- offices should be filled by men in symVery sincerely yours. erties of the peopleare making the pathy with it. politically. CLARA BARTON. excuse and defense that good men are President McKinley has been com on the election boards. This is only mended by the whole world for his done and said to quiet and appease statesmanship and patriotism in the & the wrath of the people. How Boon conduct of this war. But, for the h at these boards can be chanced and pack few weeks the yellow journals and 513 Fourth Avenue, iouisville, ed, to count ont or in any man or , set Democratic politicians have been of men, and when you appeal from throwing mud and attempting to malre -l IN TOWN. means the death knell of the tree silver issue. Now, my friends, this question of exSpeech, pansion perhaps is the greatest, question of this century, it certainly is one Delivered at Richmond, Oct. 3rd, 1898. of vital importance to vou and to the whole human race. Now let us see Feu.ow-Citizexwhat it means. An expansion ot terri1 come before you as.a candidate for tory. It means an expansion of trade or as a candidate for a seat and commerce; it means an expansion Congress. of civilization and Christianity; exin the Fifty-sixt- h lhe late war with Spain has created pulsion of the church and of the islew and vital issues. Upon thesebat-l- schools, and expansion of free governsues you must vote this fall, 'lhe ment. It means an expansion of opcast will be the most import- portunities for our 3'oun;r men. in 3ou ant one perhaps of your life. It will Cuha, Porto Kict and the Philippines, effect not only your welfare but the railroads are to ba built and the counwelfare of this nation and the welfare try developed. Official and business and future condition of the whole hu- positions will be created to be filled by man race. . his war was a war or Americans. hutujiihy and a war for freedom. No I believe fiat expansion will settle war of the same durawou has done as the financial question in this country; much for liborty ana for progress and that it will stop this free silver agitafor humanity. But we must take ad- tion and disturbance of business relations, because an expansion o territovantage of and utilize the opportunifor us ty the blood and ry of course will mean an expansion ties and patriotism of our soldiers. of trade and commerce, and expansion bravery Previous to tins war tlie power ul na- of trade and commerce and the annextions uf the worli regarded us as a na- ing of the population will necessarily and shop mean an expansion of our present tion of Yankee money-gettekeepers, and they did not have the res- banking and currency system along pect tor us as a nation that they now the gold standard Una Now if the Lower House of the have. It has been said that the "thunCongress is Republican our der o: Dewey's guns shook the thrones ixth f the Old World." Yes, and they whole banking and currency system the spirit of liberty,of pro- will be reformed and a greater volume awakened gress and of civilization throughout of currency created for the increased the worm. demands of trade and commerce and This war has demonstrated that we population, because of the thirty Uniare a nation of patriotic brother?; it ted States Senators to h'. elected this has forever healed the breach between fall the Republican party will unthe North and the South; it has given doubtedly secure a sufficient number us new impulses; it has placed us in a to make the Senate Republican, 'lhan position to become the greatest nation if you have a Republican House with on earth, if we grasp and utilize our the Senate and President in accord on opportunities. And upon this you are this question of expansion and finance to vote at the next election. The is- you will see all conquered ..territory sues of this campaign are so impo. t int, annexed, the expansion question carso vital, that individuality is obscured ried through both Houses and then by them. Oat of this war grows the will be our greatest prosperity and trreat Question of expansion. I stand you will hear no more of the free silupon a platform outspoken for ver cry. It will be argued that we sion, outspokeu for sound money, out- - must not annex this new territory beagainst the lniamous uoeDei cause it does not adjoin or is not conbpoken B 11. Wh it 1 mean bv expansion is tiguous. Electricity, steam and inventhis: Shall we annex Cuba, i'orto Bico tions have made all the world next-dco- r neighbors and refutes this arguand the l'hil'ppines.and reap the fruits of the victory of this war. I say, yes. ment. This same argument was used My motto is, "We must follow the against the purchase and annexation fla?, wherever thellig has been plant- of the Louisiana territory when Mr. ed there it must ..stay."' This is our Jefferson bought it in 1SU3. At that war cy, this our motto "Follow the time our country onlj-- comprised a setFlag." With this question of expan- tlement along the Atlantic coast about Congress will have 230 miles wide and had a population of sion the Fifty-sixt- h to deal. It" elected I shall vote to an- - about four million and the Allegheny nex every foot of the conquered territo mountains stood as a great wall bery. Porto Ilico is ours by conquest, 'lhe tween the settlements and the west. .Philipines ought to be and doubtless The opponents of expansion of that will be either by conquest or annexa- day also said that one President could tion. Cnba will come to us by annex not govern so much territory, and you ation but we must have all the con- know the result It took Lewis and quered territory whether it comes to Clark more than two years to explore we the Louisiana territorj', that now comus by annexation or conquest. must follow the trend of our destiny prises the most prosperous part of our or the truidinjr hand of Providence. Ex ration. In 1810 Florida, then a Spanpansion or annexation of territory has ish possession and territory, was ine have habited by Indians, desperadoes and made this country what it is. expanded to the Pacific, now we must marauders that were continually preyturn our faces to the east. We must ing upon the adjoining States, when place ourselves in touch with the Or- this Government sent Gen. Jackson to ient, with her more than five hundred conquer them, this is what is known as of the Seminole War. In less than three millions of people or over the human race. We can only do this months Jackson forever conquered conquered territory. these Seminole Indians, white desper by annexing We then become one of the great adoes and marauders. Spain seeing world powers. We will command our she could not govern the territory of share, of the trade of the east. ' 'J hen norma sotu it to us. you will hear no more of In 1830 Texas gained her independ we will be in touch with the mar- ence from Mexico, and Texas was an kets of the world; we will get our nexed. All of you know that a'ter the share of their trade, then we will have war with Mex'ofthe Californias were our greatest prosperity. My friends, annexed. You know how we bought this will virtually settle the free silver .aiasKa ana oy tne last congress the question, this will settle for years, and Hawaiian islands were annexed and perhaps forever the cry of hard times, thus you see we have had expansion because then our factories will be kept step oy step. ve nave Americanized running, our labor will be employed all territory acquired. We can Ameri in sunolvinsr the markets of the world canize Cuba, Porto Rico and the Phil with our products; and here is the se- - j lpines andAmericanizQ them more rap- - Congressman Davison's cret of the opposition of Mr. Bryan i lly and more easily than we nave our and every free silver leader to expan- annexed territory in the past. It will sion. Ihey know that expansion only be a question of a year or a day. Kidney Diseases win Mitel Ira nut OF LEXINGTON, KY. Name. Rev. Ky Climax Printing Co., Richmond, Ky J. H. Baker, Lexlngtog. Ky J. Baker. 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 Co., Over $115,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Eedeemed July 1898: J. II. Stanley, Lexington, Address. Cost. It FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE f 9.50 9.50 ; Paid. 20.66 20.0; 22.23 22.33 22.25 22.25 22.25 22.25 20.06 17.44 20.06 17.14 17.44 20.06 17.44 20.06 17.44 17.44 15 00 15.00 15.00 17.44 17.44 17.44 17 44 17.44 17.44 15.00 15.00 jo.50 10.50 10.50 10.M 10.50 10.50 Plattfcrc Fifty-s- h h - Ilattle Jacobs, Cincinnati, O Patrick and Mary Fox, MaysvIIle Ky E. L. Denhard, Louisville. Ky C. D. Doll, Louisville, Ky F. H, Norton. Lexington Ky F. H. Norton Lexicgton, Ky Mrs. A. T. Million, Richmon, Ky. F. II. Norton, Lexington, Ky Robert Hoeflich, MaysvIIle, Ky .sirs, ij. Latin, Lexington, Ky C. and Martha Diggs, Lexington, Ky. B. A. Spangler, Louisville Ky Gladys Huffman, Butte Mont Howard Snepherd, Lexington Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky A. J. WIntersmlth, Padncah. Ky B. L. Eggleston. Lexlngtln Ky Mary K. Fadden, LexIngtou.Ky F. M. Drake, Grand Rapids, Mich Mrs. L. Z. Taylor, Richmond, Ky B. R. Gray, Newport News. Va Mary A. Warren, Lexington, Ky Helen McElrath, Carrolton, Ky Otto E. Vollenwelder, Mc Arthur, O Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky Daniel Roone Clnb, Richmond, Ky Newland Jones Richmond, Ky..... V. F. White Estate, Lexington, Ky Good & Co., Lexington, Ky .. W. F, White Estate, Lexington, Ky Annie P. Peay. Lexington Ky A. L. Marschall, Lexington, Ky W.D. Finch, Danville, Ky John L. Fischer, Louisville, Ky D B. Good, Lexington, Ky V. N. Gardner, Lexington, Ky Mrs. Jennie Fesler. Cincinnati. O Luke U. Mllward, Lexington, Ky Baptist Church, Paris, Ky R. F. Johnsou & Co., Lexington, Ky R.F.Johnson, Baltimore, Md O. R. Marshall. Lexington, Ky W. C. Nichols, Louisville, Ky 950 850 9.50 8,50 8.5o qjq I. '.'. '. 9,50 8.50 9.50 8.50 850 7.50 ' 750 7.50 850 850 8.50 8.50 ..."".... 850 S50 750 750 650 650 g50 C50 1257 1257 1257 1257 12.57 650 650 650 650 . .650 55.50 . 1257 1257 1257 1257 1257 144.00 144 00 144.00 i.a-o- ..".".5050 5050 ........"........".4950 4550 43.50 43.50 igq ..' .. . 1:9 00 141.0J 141.00 141.00 13S00 132.C0 12G.0O one-thir- d D. B. Good, LexiDgton, Ky W. B. Anderson and wife, Lexington, Ky Rev.J.V. Riley, Versailles, Ky F. H. Norton, Lexington, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky Dr. S. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Ky Dr. S. A. Donaldson. Lexington, Ky G. M. Ashcr. Lexington, Ky A. M. Newton, Lexington, Ky J. D. Purcell, Lexington, Ky..... Mrs. Sallie Owens, Lexington, Ky F. C. Smith, La Grange. Ky ValenteSentney, Lexington, Ky Mis. J. D. Armstrong, Lexington, Ky 41.50 47.50 41 41.50 46.50 22.75 43.50 44.50 44.50 44.50 41.50 42.50 40.50 43.50 1:5.00 117.00 117.C0 132.00 6150 129.00 126.00 126 00 126.00 126.00 120.r0 120.00 123.00 120.00 117.00 120.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 $4,415.40 420 ; 41.50 42J,) .. 41.50 41.50 41.50 $1,668.25 $2,747.15 - Total Profit Over Cost A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, For particulars call on J..C. Hemphill, local .apt, Lancaster, Ky. John Hoshal. War-reven- W. C. SlIMER. THE SUPERIOR. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham- SLIMER & HO&AL LIVE STOCK SALESMEN ELECTRDFDIBE h berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an eqnal. It relieves the itch- UNION STOCK YARDS, ing and smarting almost instantly and - - - CINCINNATI, O. its continued use effects a permanent enre. It also cures itch, barber s itch, OUR COMMISSION CHARGES ARE scald head, sore nipples, itching piles. $3.00 PER CAH FOR BOGS, $10. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and PER CAR FOR CATTLE. granulated lids. Reference: Western German Bank, Cincinnati, 0 Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier andvermifnge. Price, 25cents. Soldby ALL VOMEN ILE.McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster Should know that the 'OIU Time" Bemedy, FIRE ail LIFE fflSPBAlE Steel. iHVame XMsc will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and can be put into the hardest ground. If you want the best Disc Drill made, buy the Superior. In offering the Snperior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrard county we do not offer them an experiment, but a SUCCESSFUL REALITY. Our Drill has been on the market two seasons and we have made improvements over the last two years that cannot i 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 perfect Disc Drill made. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The Superior Drill. SPEIKG-EDGL- FIEE AED MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OP NEW YORK. CO Robinson Hamilton Agts Office over Post Office. Daxcastsb; : : : Kentucky Dubois webb. .taken for Chin: cfbte and beforo PUatrra Utu!.-- ' 'Irregularities In Female Of gang. Should bo "U'i Bmeilti have siocd :ho testTor twenty years. onl7 by New Fpencvr Medicine Co., Tennessee R. E. i, G. S. GAINES, Agt., Lancaster, Ky Bring us your Job Printing. For sale by McBoberts,Lancaste