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Notice. 1898. w??teWaW Taxes pasty due. Pay be 'ore the Sarah Adeline alkcr was born at penalty goes on. Lancaster, Ky., more, than three J. B. Sandeiis, S. G. C. score and ten years ago, and died at IMMMM00C9CIW For Bent. Lexington, Ky. at noonday on October Dwelling now occupied by Butler 2D. 1893. Her father was William; Eev. W. O. Goodloe preached at the! Walker, and her mother, Sarah W Fox, on Richmond street. Prettiest shoes at Joseph's. .Presbyterian church Sunday. W. J. Roman Lapsley. The earlier years of hei ever brought to Lancaster includ Fresh barrel sorghum at G. S. Gainestf ing a handsome and Colder weather is coming, so go to girlhood were spent in Tennessee. Up Bourbon Steam Laundry, on the death of her parents, she return Suits for 3.50. J. C. Hemp Joseph's and get a pair of blankets. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the line of vd to Lancaster, in May 1847, accorupa hill "V. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your Rev. T. H. Campbell preached his nied by her only sister, Miss Katt Air-tigSee J. .B. Jennings' line of new Neck farewell sermon at the Baptist church Walker, who was never separated from orders at Sweeney's store. tf ht Wear. Sunday. her till death severed the tie. In sio.oo. ' 1848 she was married to Will pay 12c for fresh eggs. H. B, Dont fail to see my Tailor-Mad- e Some minister from Darville will November Our prices can't be dupliated. Nortbcott at the Presbyterian William Jennings Landram, who had Suit for Ten Dollars. It is fill the pulpit recently returned from the Mexican and a perfect fit is guaranteed. Also an elegant assortment of Fresh Timothy Seed for sale atT. church Sunday. War, and who afterwards served in J. G HemphilL' Currey's, cheap, t All the latest Novelties in Woolens the Civil War, retiring with the rank 1 tn s hi i Is Brigadier-Geaeran ut line of and dying at lust rac iiv j Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs for menY wear now in, come and see of Lancaster, October 11, 1893. Of this Misses and Children's Shoes ever J. C HempnilL them. , at J. A. Beazley & Co. union were born ten children: Martha, brought to Lancaster. Come in and The laiies of this section will have who died aged one month; Mary, now ee them. J. B. Jenningsc Peaches, Grapes, Pears and Fancy in dress Mrs. Richard A. Burnside, of Lancas nothing but the latest styles apples at G. S. Gaines. Notice. goods. That's whyJoseph has sucH"a ter: William Walker, who died in the If you call for Putts Flour at the The best two horse wagon on the complete stoc A line of Ladies Tailor-Mad- e prime of manhood; Addie, Mrs. Wil leading Suits. New and grocers, and they haven't got market at G. S. Gaines1 U. S. A; Sallie L am C. McFurland, Two more weddings booked for next C. P.tts,Buck- it, order direct from H. Nohhy Styles, and Prices Very Reasonable. A full stock of Chinese'Sacred Lil!y month. One couple will marry in a gan, who diea at me age oi nve years; :ye, Ky. Wagon in town daily. Bulbs at J. C. Thompson's. , church and the other will fool the old Ella Burdet, Mrs. Woodford G. Dunm Also received a Second Shipment of lap, or L?xington; Greenfield Ransou anybody. folks, but don't tell W. I. Williams Col. W.G.Welch. See Dr. A. D. Smith & Co., now at kyho died aged one year; Katie, Mrs. I have decided to locate ia Lancas Lancaster. Stanford. First Snow. Mason Hotel until Nov. 1st 189S. Charles McGugin, of Howard, Indiana ter and will move.here, with my fami The first snow of the season camel and Louis, the editor of the Cen'thal ly, about Decembor 1st, to pract!c3 my and Cham? down Wednesday. Large n also profession. WELCH WILLIAMS ber Sets, line of Dinner Sits S. Gaine& as struek the wet, It melted as soon IIecokd. Twelve "V. BimNKTr, M. D. just received. G muddy earth. it survive her. "We have had splendid trade on Jackets and remains were taken to Lmcas- Her A pretty girl in one of Joseph's pret The bond issue will throw some oft er to be interred in the family lot at City Property For Kent. ty cloaks is a sight lovely to behold the burden on the coming generation My home on Lexington street, be Capes and have had to duplicate several styles. the cemetery- - The services were con Law, I you voted for free pikes you ought They will enjoy the pikes, so let them ucted by Rev. W. O Goodloe, assist- - tween College and Judge Hemphill's: Our Low prices make them popular Sellers. to vote for the bonds to pay for them. help pay for them. :d by Eld. George Gowea and Rev. T. Full particulars on application to Fish Ky. were ier Herring. Mrs. Suian Fisher. tf The Ladies Aid Soc.ety will meet 11. Campbell. 1 lie Miss Sallie Tillett has bought half with Mrs. Batson this week and all .V. II. Wherritt, W. H. Kmnaird, H. A. Notice. 05 ). All business attended to promptly of Mr Bookout's house for that time will pack a box to be seut toj !. Mar.tsbury, D. M. Lackey, Dr. J. I will prosecute to tlie full extent of .V. Grant and T. W. Reid. g the Orphans Home. I would like to do your plain sew-lMany offerings of rare and .'rarant the aw, without distinction to parties. Give us a look through our Cloak Department and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. The ladies of the Methodist society flowers attested the love and friend any and all persons caught fishing in l on the distillery premises. "before you "buy. Fresh Oysters received daily. Served gave a donation party Saturday even- ship of the surv.vors. Sacred words the lake oct-- 7 Jjfo. W. Mii.i.eb, Mgr. O. F. 'iillett, Lancaster ing at the home ot Rev. Clark, on Stanind tender songs were offered above and so'd. ford Ave. her bier. Hotel. Notice. Mrs. Landram was early identlfi d Gov Bradiey appointed Mr. T. Cur For Sale. I wili be from home next week, but rey, ot tins city, a memoer oi tne run vith the brave little city on the hill Messrs E. W. and J. Randolph Harris Forty 0 )0 lb. steers, 10 heifers. T. M. and W. McC. Johnston. Food Congress, which meets in Wash- side and her ambitious, will wait on my customers. Satisfac ington January 10. ing citizenship. Here were bora men tion guaranteed. A number of the young men of the vho distinguished themselves in the M. D. Hughes, Agent Nothing catches the admiration of a irmy, the navy, the state, and the town went chestnut hunting Sunday, man quicker man a p' etty ioou Lia- - earned professions. Here the house-vive- s report a good time, but chestnut they Dr. Goldstein. d!es, get your shoes from Joseph and were accomplished in the duties This famous optician will visit our BEAZLEY& BAU&HMAN. wc re scarce. Money. you will be in the style. and graces of domestic life, diligent city and be at the Mason Hotel, MonTo lend on real estate at 5 per cent; The Lex'njton Herald says: "Mr. Ca factors in the probity and prosperity day, Oct 31. This is your opportunity FUNERAL DIRECTORS, fa community. address V. S. Lowwill Attorney, Dan sey Owsley, the son of Judge O.vsley, to get glasses properly fitted. Wait The decased was strongly attached for him. ville Ky. i of Lancaster, expects to come to LexEMARTERIAL and CAVITY o her home, her husband and her! The merchants say Monday was the ington the flrst of January to settle Married. children. To her church she broughtj had this here to practice law" best Court Day they BALMING a SPECIALTY. In Cincinnati October 20th, Mr. Ern .he faith of the Huguenots that had year. There was a tremendous crowd Handsome Team. been rooted and grounded in her heart est Bohl to Miss Jennie Ferrell. The in town. Her! bride is a native of this county, while Mr. James A. Bcaz'ey purchased a oy generations of ancestors. past few the weath team of dapple grey the groom and Carpets, &c. er During thevery cold, days,Joseph still this week beatifulwith his hearte horses- tastes were simple, mind her manners grocery firmisinconnected with a large has been but This unassuming. to use Cincinnati. was stored Her has a sufficiently large stock of cloaks completes his outfit, which is one cf, vith the best literature of her times, .Removals. the best in Kentucky. to supply the ladies. ind to the last, the thoughts of great Dr. Wesley has moved his family inwriters, and the acts of our national aerces elicited her attention. Though to Dr Hood's property on Richmond the large amont of travel goes to show. the vicissitudes of li e had cast theirj street. Mr. G. S. Gaines and farailv Call from 3Ir. Gilbert. We understand Clay Hamilton is bookshadow, yet there ever came at her have moved intj the Weisiger proper We had a pleasant call Tuesday from ed as night man. and The Record call a keen sense of the humorous. ty on Lexington street. Hon. G. G. Gilbert, democratic candid- Women and men a e largely the prtd-- j te for congress. Mr. Gilbert is a pol hopes he will get the job. He is sober, A thief broke into Mr. Solcn Henry's act of environment. The wife and residence Tuesday night but was ished geutleman and his company is steady, reliable, jnst the fellow to Sill the bill. He will be put on duty the mother bound to the frightened away before any valu exceedingly enjoyable. He is closely first of the month. wheel of the domestic arena, and barr ables were secured. The thief s related to Dr. Dave Logan, dec'J., and ed from the diverting avenues of the track is small and he wore pointed that agreeable, social nature, so char- The Second Kentucky. progressive woman of today, roust shoss. acteris ic of the Logans, comes out Ihe boys of the Second Kentucky needs possess an exhaustless fund o. strongly in Mr. Gilbert are certainly a set of fel-O- ITEMr. Walter Grant and Miss Annie reserve force to rightly balance the. lows. Ihey have had nothing but Cell Wheeler, of Kirksville, were mar Good "Work. law of compensation. hard luck since they began organizing. An active brain, a sensitive spirit, ried at the Tillett House Wendesday Some one has been stealing Leslie If ever a lot of boys deserved sympaand an demand' upon her afternoon by Judge Burnside. As soon Herndon's corn recently and the latter thy these surely do. They were ornome circle for the reciprocity of a de as the cermony was over they drove to laid for" the thief Monday night dered to return to Lexington last voted nature, taking irresistibly the the groom's home where an elegant About two o'clock-gentleman of Af- Tuesday week, and every man able to Better ones $7.50. All the novelties . supper was prepard. deeper tinge from the sorrows com-rican 'scent appeared at a shock and do so was on hand prompt'y. They Les turned loose his shot gun. Ihe found to their amazement, nun to mankind, reacted upon an enof the season suits $8.50, that no Notwithstanding the fact that all hide feebled frame and intensified the of the thief was pretty well per provision whatever had been made for the goods boxes and vacant chairs forated gloom. That she was a firm, unshrink $10, $12 and $15. and he swore to Les he would their coming, and they were turned about town are covered with fellows intrude no ing christian was shown in her calm who more. He "was permitted loose to roam about the city and root know how The Record should be to.go. passing into the great beyond. Not a hog or die. Some succeeded in getting run, we could find no one to under wave of trouble rolled across her into hotels and boarding houses, bi t take the task last week when we Kindly Itemeuiber. peaceful breast. She talked to each we saw a great many wandering a should have been away every day. That J. Randolph Harris is collect beloved one in words that can never be about the streets with no overing for The Rdcord, and if the amount coats, forgotten. To a friend she spoke more Speaking Monday. blankets or money with whch due is not 'paid him, he will continue to get a meal. than once of blest visions of her dear The candidates Tor congress, Judge It was Wednesday beto call until he hpaid, or the debtor fore they jnes gone before. Ihese came to her G. M. Davison and Hon. G. G. Gilbert. secured tents and these had made to wish he had never been born. no flooring. No one and sat beside her' and talkod with locked haras in joint debate at the seemel to know Of her comfortable surround- - Court House Monday. We were una He moans 'business, and we trust you who was to blame and the boys cussed her. will mean the same. To those notified everybody from the city, yet not of it; far ble to attend and the friends of both the President down to $12. Also New York Box Coat away from its noise and dust and con- parties say their man "Et 'im up", so through the mails, we wish to say Mr. company cooks Whoever is to blame Harris is looking after this part too, for this outrage fusion, with green trees In, sight and we presume both sides are satisfied. and will keep up his efforts until the raiL The men should be ridden on a weet fields at hand, and kind hearts are now in quarters debt is settled. Green Apples. A Beautiful Line of to her, she talked in grate to minister expacting everybody to be mustered ful words, and said to the listener: There is a tree at Dr. Kinnaird's out. Rev. Peter Vinegar. 'Wont jTou writ this for me when 1 whiah s full o: a second crop of apRev. Peter Vinegar, a colored preacham gone?" Her mind was so cleai Months of neglect cannot b; overrfiat even as the last faint sigh was plet The tree went through a regu- er with quite a wide reputation, delivleard, a tender word escaped her lips lar coarse of blooming and leafing. ered several sermons at the Court come by feeding a few doses of the remedy after hogs are post help During those last days (and thev iTue fruit is about the size of a walnut, House last week, closing Sundayiight. were less than a week) she remember you want comfort Buell Bootees. ut Wednesday's si o.v made it look His first subject, "A Damned Hot Avoid risk and make extra flesh by ed countless events and happenings feeding Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy in time Day" drew quite a crowd. We could tmon? tier iriena: ana ner old, gen i little tired. Shoe's a pair. Men's High-to- p and according to directions. For sa!e d rous, hospitality coniur learn nothing from those who heard by J. M. Uigginbotham. Card of Thank. d up p'easant pictures, in the retro lm from $2. to $3.50, made "by the it, as to Bra Vinegar's application of met h spect. She died amid the fragrance ofl thankinr I take this (lowers and tokens of anectionate care. friends who were so lt'n I to our f .iri-i- y the ratLe. peculiar subject except that Lost. the "best eastern factories. Her nurse, inured to scenes where life A - those who go through li. e disregardduring oar great bereavement Wednesday, between J. C Robin-sin- 's fitful fever is settled, paid a beanti'ul ing God'd Word would find exceedingstore and J. G. Sweeney's resiribute in speech and in tears, to the distance rendered in such a lima is a ly warm weather in the placJ prepardence,, ladies black cape. Return to patience and courage of her dvinp sure nlication of true friendship, and All the latest style Toes and Lasts One o. hii other sub- not at my command w.th ed for sinners. charge. Mite the going out of a name vords arethis office. her soul took wing, ana her oyes gent The latest Ladies Fine Footwear. vhich to ex.ire:s our deep apprecia-Loui- s jects was "13 Footmen Walking Down ly dosed UDon the face of her chil the Road," and another, "Is there any Landram. patterns Neckwear. Come and Iran, and of the devoted sister whose ion. The Royal is the luqhest grade bki9 ftn4te I Man in Heaven or in Hell that Left whole life had been passed at her I fc mm. Actral tests afctw it ms Mix Dunliip Itetter. the Earth? or Feed that Thresher." Gents' see what we have ide. A message yesterday said Miss EuIf the thoughts and wishes she ex All Uonorto Supt. Hood. Underwear $1. a suit. nressed from time to time could have genia Dunlap was much She bjen embodied in verse,- verified as is in St Josephs Infirmary, Lexington, Supt Hood, of the K. C. division was of they were in her actual experience offering from a severe case of typhoid here last week on business connected leath, she might have said with the road. He" expressed h"m 1 t- -4 opened. A new line of Stiff Hats gently. Death, when, at the close of Life, f,jver. Her critical cond.tion prevent- Como vVorn with the march and weary of the strlfeM ber parents, Mr. and Mri Wood G avorably toward givin g our peop.e a Ky., for Best Alpine Central i araw my laiesi Dream ; nijht m? at the depot, and a petition Like some kind friend, who, with a nolselessBDunlap, from attending the funeral of g $1. Some beautiful things has b en epared and sent him tread Mrs. Landram Saturday. Aud silent volee, draw titgh unto my bed, that this be done. It is out of the so come thou gently, ueatn. Gentlemens' Umbrellas. Premiums. question to suppose that people would Oh. let me oloae mv eves like one who sleep?. While o'er my tense thy dreamless slumber! Although our prices are as low as the stand in the cold and rain waiting for creeps. Tailor-M- e Suit Give us your orier for a Bice, lowest, to increase patronage, the these trains, and Mr. Hoed, always And let me softly He With calmly folded hands upon my breast, Howard Tailoring comnan,y of Chica- - looking out for the comfort of the patLike one who after, labor takes his rest, go, win give an American Silveroin rons of the road, will see that the So let me gently die. waiting room is keep comfortable and Come like the change which paints the an watch, or a hih class, handsome urn tnmn leaf. brjlla, latest style handle, value $3.53 have a man there to sell tickets, reAn'1 let the parting hour on earth be brief, sf iiut neiipatn tne aKies: with each suit of clothes er overcoat, ceive lag: gi aa 1 look after the wants Come gently, Death, when my Life's race is bought of them. This does not change of passengers. The night trains 'i ran. the excellent facilities for travel an! rhen IflnoA victor's fadeless wreath, have wonl)rice or Quality, and fit ia guaran SB mv WHrr At M. M. D. Hughes. Ait teed. the people are delighted with them, aa A Frikkd. -:- -' The largest and most complete line of IN MEMORIAM. Co Dicing IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Heating Staves Heaters, J All-Wo- at Bear, Fur and Plush Robes Un-Heard-Of l, Prices. I Just Received just J. R. Haseldeii, 1 HARDWARE STORE. 10-- 2 I grand-childre- Ladies' Capes and Jackets. oct-2l-- tf Attorneys at Lancaster Cloak Department 1 Logan Dry Goods Co. ep-3- 0 g hi-v- e Furniture, - Lancaster, Ky. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. COME mill SEE devil-ridde- n S5 ALLWOOL SUITS AT $5 at in at o Best line of $7.50 Overcoats in the market. See our- Top Coats at at $8.50 O Boys and Childrens Clothing If try O to whole-soule- f in O in o in at O b.-tte- just hat in - in -- ask-fa- II - LOGAN Lancaster, k ROB INS 0N t rawra fur-nia- Kentucky. r - nr. MARRIED .EYEE.Y WEEK BY FIVE TIMES. NEGRO LYNCHED. Tie Antanltcrt and Attempted The MatrlmouJal Experience of &OUIS Z.AXIJRA IT, Publisher. Mrs. Mary Horn, of Kentucky, Who i Hut Twenty-Tw- o Years of A"C to Murder Annlo Morrison, Daughter of a Cumberland County Farmer. Tompkixsvillk, Ky., Oct. 24. News LANCASTER, KEXTUCXY. Louisville, ICy., Oct 21. Though has reached here of the lynching of of age, Mrs. Alary Horn, Arch Uaur, colored, who committed an only 22 .J1.00 who lives near rrostonburpr, Ky., has assaulton and attempted to murder An1DTA.NCK. iOlfKYW. most remarkable marriage record nie Morrison, oldest daughter of Hen2S the of anv woman in eastern Kentucky. ry Morrison, a prominent farmer of Within fcur years she has had five Cumberland count-- . maiden name FRIDAY, October, 28 1898. husbands. Her age of 18 she had was The crime was committed at the Morher Jones, and at the rison home Friday afternoon about 3 initial matrimonial venture. Her first o'clock. Wiikx one's mother d.cs he loses husband did not live long. Shortly The members of the Morrison houseBSiT truest and most devoted friend after his death she was again led to the the neighborhood, visiting it is possible to have upon thJs earth. altar. Her second marriage proved an hold were eldest indaughter, who reexcept the Of cjurc there are others bound by unhappy one, and she soon obtained a the house. af- divorce. Within a year she succumbed mained at home to care for the strongest tics, but Uaur, unnoticed, went direct to Morfection 1olds fast w hen all others wa- to the importunities of a former suitor lteflectltiD- - of a" Bachelor. np who became her third husband. As in rison's home. ver. Nothing1 is more heart-renMiss Morrison screamed for help of the remains of those the case of her first, he did not long The worlds'.-- , opinions are the suspen than the sipht but' no one was near into an open survive the union. A. little more than when he entered, .r- o a man's nsj cctability. we love being1 loirerc-enough to hear her, though the house grave, but this sad scene is greath a year ago she was married a fourth Lots of men balieve in a woman that was close to one of the most frequent- and wife should know about the premodified when we Know the decasei time to a neighboring farmer, but paration that for half a century has dci't take any stock in women. ed public roads. has come as near living up to the com- they soon parted by mutual consent. If cats ni I tin- r crying in the daj been helping expectant mothers bring She fought the fiend with desperamands of God as it is poss b'e sor hu Her fifth marriage was solemnized last tion, but the Negro drew a piece of little ones into the world without time womei. uu.dj t ur near s man beings to do. It is perfectly nat May. The match is so far a happy one. sharp iron, striking her two or three danger and the hundred and one luuch .or them. is ural for every man to think his moth The minister the only one who blows on the head and inflicted wounds discomforts, and distractions MUST CHANGE CONTRACT. er the bst person on earth, (pity tin knows what a m ly doeau'i have eve that may prove fatal. He fled, believchild-birtincident to It ry night for supp.r one who does not think so) Being- a The Martin Chair Company Required to ing his victim dead. is applied externally, which M You can silw yi tell how much a girl devout christian, our mother striven Cents Per Guarantee Thirty-Fi- e When the neighbors learned of the lm C is the only way to get relief. likes to ba kissed, by how s'loc'ced she hard to train us up in the wav which lay for Each Convict. horrible affair they formed a mob and i'V'l X Mprlirinpc tnt-inrprnnllv looks when you talk about we slu.uld go, ami ntver did we hav j rw. it pursued the Negro with bloodhounds. FnANKFOKT, Ky., Oct 24. From a c.mse to reirret our actons, when fo When a w. man w.in s to say some will not help and may v)j jlfti They trailed him to a small cabin here Satlowing- her advice and teaching. J reliable source it is learned thing particuiarly nasty about another o.VL result m harm. within five miles of where the crime we have anv good points at all wc owe urday that the state prison commiswoman she says her husband i such a was committed. on the Marthem to the careful and prayerfui sioners have served notice kind man, onli a little bit otd f.tshiou The door was quickly broken down. work of Mother. For all our bhort tin Chair Co., of Cincinnati, contract- The Negro hearing the noiss, tried to d. New York Press. comings aii'J faults, we alone are re.- ors for the output of the prison chair make his escape through a window, NovemIt Hits The Spot. plant here, that it must before pons.iuie, ana sue is not. U ly a but failed. ber 1 make, some important changes in When suffering from a severe cold hoars before her death, she called When they entered he begged for and your throat and lungs feels sore o to her and admonished us tt its present contract, or that it will be mercy, but a noosed rope was quickly A fits and prepares every take a dose of Folfv's om-- r and Tar. put our trust always in uoit, and v.e canceled and the convict labor leased thrown overhishcad and abouthis neck organ, muscle and Wh-- ' tin' surtne w.ll be a t need ha v.- - no fear whatever o the fin to so some one else. The change re- - and he was dragged, more dead than wa in grate relieved, part of the body for oncefeeling a n a quired, so it is said, is for the Martin alive, to the woods, where the rope ul al oi.teome. All of th'.s good advice eating the critical hour. It ar's alfec ed wi l v xpericn Co. to guarantee 35 cents per day lor givin bv a mother comes back to a was tossed oyer the lim' of a tree he eels so good. of its ed and von will sav; robs child-birt- h each convict employed instead of un was hauled into the air, and the life rem ii when he set's her lying co'.d in SPOi:"-- ! is ,'uara ntecd, HITS the tortures and pains death, and speak of there things der the present system. maining soon passed out of his body. The state board meets here on No- The lynchers left the"body and disapso tint thoe 'et i ndir a mother's J" 7 ORGANIZED 1883. quick and easy. Its car J may tateh ed if what she says vember 2, and final action in the mat- peared. Eight bullet holes were found ter will then be taken. anlfwaiic in tl.e piths she in.l:cite- action is doubly bene in the body Saturday morning. The remains were buried by Uaur's relaVficial if used during the whole PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK THE R., N., I. & B. ROAD. It t jfrsti y;n to see the large U tives. OF LANCASTER. FY. period of pregnancy wen who have Kicked out from Petition Filed by the Licnlio'cler to Set SI per bottle at all drug stores, or GOEBEL LAW UPHELD. BSflhrr the party lash .m.i announce S172,-00- 0 Aside the Kent Salo Made for sent by mail on receipt of price to a. London Syndicate. tB't they vi n in rai r votv for the Capitalt $100,000 A Decision by Judge Cantrill, of Georse-toiv'Lh- - dKgu.stinir baft m: nuniiiirtfd on the Celebrated Kentucky Books Free, containing valuable inforSurplus Fuid Louisville, Ky., Oct. 25. A petition 15,000 prauizci! of votwig or a dor 'Force Bill" An Appeal. mation to all women, will be sent to any was filed in the United States court sixnptr iciiu" he N "on my ticket" application by address upon Fkaxkfout, Ky., Oct 21. Judge Can- rt-llLi5ijf jy. Ofet.u si thr-n- r Monday morning by the lien holders BUSINESS SOLICITED. men m tto'i. nuriie n a; r.i. !u.i of the Richmond, Nieholsville, Irving trill rendered a decision at Georgetown The Bradfield Regulator Co., Careful anil Prompt Attention Guarantee. Co., praying Thursday night holding the Goebel and Rcattyville Railroad to th old prejja.ee. an: fcnvt- a li anyone ivh.i dares to d nV that the court set aside the recent sale election law, cr force bill, constitu-- . trcd Atlanta. Ga. iTealdei. J. M. Hiooinbothaji 0 of the road made October C, for fvora i tional. The case will be appealed to Lewis Y. Leavxll to a London syndicate. FROM HOOSIERDOM. . nlag out VYfcea the court of appeals. eieu B. F. Hudson Caahu-The plaintiffs are G. C. M. and G. A. Judge Cantrill did not render a writ haed nan tliuM tckc i. . O. RlSNKY Assistant Cash '93. Shanahan and E. T. PoweH, who hold ten opinion Thursday, but will prob osi'oi:., l.u., Oct am- - s.c ni.-U,s t. :.,Ue..: ,. i!f Bookkeepe CD. Walkkb cmh xiv t eir ai.i jsy to .oo aft-- r t.ie mechanics liens for 8180,000 out of a ably do so later, and for the present Euitou Cextkai. kecouu: Alter our snort out pleasant vis pubHj Hir.ur.i:;d cast ir.s vote ior the total issue of such liens of $100,000. the details of his holding can not be In the petition plaintiff say that they stated. The principal ground relied it to our old home tins summer, we one he f iev s will piv.- - the . i DIRECTORS to partiallv rcaiimo our lor 0 on by the opposition was that the law consider the property worth fully a tu t!ie olliee. " m nr .nor relation to t.ie dear old Ce.vikal LEW1H Y. LEAVZul. H.HieSINBOTHAM. and that they pray the court to set is in conflict with the federal statutes. lvtcoitn: but since our return to the J. d. Johnson, have bei iiip.y J. T. II. Arnold, iioosier btdte, one duty has been fol H . C. Arnold, Jb. and Judge Cantrill overruled this and they were democrats or republi- the sale aside. B. F. Hudson. towing so closely in the lootprints of Alkx.Gibbs, other minor contentions. cans. It you will stop to think of it. J.J.Walker WILD BILL TURNER. anotner that our time for correspond Jacob Y. Robinson. ninety-nin- e out of every hundred o euce has boen limited. However, each Bradley's Trip to Cliickamausa. Saturday as we eagerly peruse the the "strictly party men" i.re b'owing The Most Noted Character in the MounFuaxkfout, Ky., Oct 22. Gov. Brad pages oi treasuretl items about our tains Shot and Killed by "Will Coouibi around for the simple reason that the. 50 iriends aa.l tneir welfare, we more lc3' has announced the names of lie is the Last of the Family. have an axe to grind. They are wha. prominent Kcntuckians who will ac liriuly resolve to let them know how may be truthfully called "Partisans wc are situated. Minm.ESiiono, Ky., Oct. 25. "Wild company him to Chickamauga upon pleasantly '1 cday ends our first month of school lor Revenue Only."' Such people give Bill" Turner, the most noted character the occasion of the unveiling of the I have purchased the "Waand a very pleasant mouth, indeed, haa us a pain in the abdomen. If there to the Kentucky civil war it bjen, lor we certainly have a m del lker stable and am prepared were fewer elections say one in five in the mountains, was shot and killed monument school with all the modern eonveuienyears these people would soon starve by Will Coombs Sunday night. Turner toidiers in November. c s. With all due courtesy to Ota to furnish the ran a moonshine saloon on the stale we ivcntucicy ana her out. Movement of Troops Begins Sunday. line between Kentucky and Tennessee, have to confess (to you Kentuck-- ' Lexixgtox, Ky., Oct. 25. The move shall are with fortiine. that lie r UK desire to get something for and had made a and was a holy had mentof troops from Camp Hamilton laus)llocsierwe school-syste-better pleased ever. he than terkilled several men nothing, has. grown to disgustingly to the camps in the south will begin Everything is more systematic. The ror to his enemies. In town lie dressed on shortest notice. large proportions among people next Sunday, when the division com tenant ollieer has already been around handsome, courteous and poto he Special attention given Comlite years. The lutot and silliest well, was is manders and their staffs leave. The did investigate the attendance; but and find any out of our senool not the sixth brother killed regiments begin leaving November 0, "break" is made by a company of sol- lite. He mercial Travelers. we suppose he found very lew out any diers who were mustered into service and is the last of the family. He was at the rate of one regnent a day. where. The pupils attend reju.arly, Turner-l'arti- n feud. iiQu wm uuring ine entire winter. Newport, Ivy-- in 1850, and, by some in the at RICE BENGE Although we have had our Institute Got Judgment for S580. oversight, were never mastered out HEART DISEASE. of one week, we have a Township In 22. Judgment nnxDERSOX, Oct Those left of this company met at stitute one Saturday in each month xsewport, Sunday, and decided to Capt. Carter, Chief of the Secret Servloe was rendered ajrainst W. F. Green for during the school term, in which we . She discuss our reading circle THE SaS'J in favor of Rebecca Berr-make a fiht to compel the state to Ilureau for Kentucky, Indiana and Tenwork, Planessee, Found Dead in Tied. pay them for all the time since musterclaimed Green got her to sign away to's Republic and Social Element, and a so other subjects, as Method, School ed in, claiming that as they were not her pension claim, on which he drew .Management, and the common Louisville, Ky., Oct. 25. Capt. 700 and only paid over S150. Green branches. Besidessome of we have oar L mustered out the pay should necessathese 1J. Carter, chief of the secret servhas been arrested and will ba tried in County .teacher's Association on Fri rily go on. We do not suppose one of Thos. the men would dare make oath that ice bureau of Kentucky, Indiana and the United States court at Owensboro day and Saturday after Thanksgiving, o you see we rarely ( SURPLUS. his "services" have been worth a pen- Tennessee, was found dead in bed in for defraudinjr the woman out of her chance of mingling withever laek the CAPITAL -- OFfell 1200,000.00 ( 165,000.00. ny to the Commonwealth. As unrea-s- his room in Selbach's hotel Monday pension money, ers. morning. Coroner McCullough rendered If we did not have a faint recollec l hs as this move may appjar, it is Two Days Courtship. tion of reading an article some months LANCASTER, KY. about on a par with many other tj'pes a verdict of heart disease. Capt. Carpenned by our worthy editor in Hopkixsville, Ky., Oct. 25. J. 'W. of rascality practiced every day by ter was appointed several months ago winch to the vacancy caused by the death of Porter, a wealthy fruit grower of Hy- - points he praised the meritorious people too infernally lazy to do honest of Hoosierdom Capt Michael Raucr, and was one poluxo, Fla., and Miss Ella Ferguson, th m with some of the and contested g work, and who expect to get dirkest faults A. R. Denny. President. of the best known secret service men of this city, were married here Monday of the grand old State, Kentucky, we for nothing. Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. in the country. Capt. Carter intended and left immediately for their future should greatly fear that we have Wm. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. in Indianapolis Mon- home in Florida. Only two days ago boasted too much of one of the grand joining est things of this State, the school The London Speaker commenting day, and his son when called to take the train Porter, who formerly lived here, met system; but, as it is we feel per ectlv 8. C.Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb, on the slight foundation for the Spanwas found dead in bed. The coroner's Miss Ferguson for the first time. safe, and shall leave well enough Assistant Cash'r. ish claim that Spain should be reliev alone, at least until next time. verdict was that he died of heart disE. T. Embky Ass't ed of Tha Cuban debt, says: "If investHocsiEit Pedaoogue Dead of Typhoid Fever. ease about midnight and without pain. ors felt that international loans incur2; Bowling Ghees, Ky., Oct. red against the will of the people Jail Delivery Frustrated. DIRECTORS Charles T. Wooten, aged 21 years, who would not attach to the country in the Owexsiioko, Ky., Oct. 25. The vigilo Sam'l.D Cochran, Jas Spllman, has been in the empldy of the event of a change of government there ance of Jailer John Ashby frustrated a Alex. R. Dennr. A. C. Robinson, Express Co. at St. Louis since W WAY. W. R. Cook, would be less of that monetary sup- wholesale jail dcliverj' here. lie found his fifteenth year, arrived here SaturL. Davidson. port of 13 men busily engaged in trying to Juo.E. Stormes. diswhich has WOMEN used day morning and died at an early hour graced the high finance of the Nine- force open the doors with heavy boards Monday morning of typhoid fever. to think " fern ale diseases " teenth century." The Speaker de- obtained from benches. Overlooked Diamonds. could only be R. KINNAIRO'S . clares that Spain has for many treated after "lo-- c Caught in the Act of Rubbery. 1 up an enormous Louisville, Ky., Oct 24. A man en debt to Cuba examinaa in the hopa of saddling it on the UniMayfield, Ky., Oct. 25. Rurch Holl-y- tered the residence of Mrs. II. G. Rretit, tions" by physiand Lethe Mitchell, two boys of and, keeping her covered with a revol ted States when the inevitable loss of cians. Dread of this place,, were captured by the police ver, robbed her bureau of 8415 in money the is'.and should come about. such treatment Representing Over kept thousands of in the clothing store of Pittman & El- and a lot of jewelry. He overlooked a modest women -. Tiih Peace Commissioners are hav- liott, which .they had entered through case of diamonds, however. silent about their ing a picn!c. They are wined and a back window. The officers were on suffering. The inNew Trial Denied. In the following Fire Insurance of troduction dined, work about two hours a day the watch foij them, having been inLouisville, .Ky., Oct. 24. Special Wine of Cardui has now demon and receive outrageously large pay formed of the contemplated robbery. Judge Rutledge has declined to grant Companies. of all the strated that from Uncle Sam. gang may suc- The boys were placed in jail to await a new trial in the contest over the will cases of menstrual disorders do next term of the circuit of the late Isaac R. Green, who at the trial at the Jitna or Hartford. ceed in do'ng gocd for our country,but not require a physician's attention at all; The simple, pure .we greatly fear it will wind up as a court They are both hardened crimi- lime of his death was the oldest law Queen of America. complete far.:'-- . 1 he Spaniards were nals and have often been in trouble be- yer at the Louisville bar. National of Hartfort. . ' whipped and we see no need in asking fore. Kentucky Soldier Dies in Camp. Phenix of Brooklyn. , the Dons.' advice as to what the United Krant Will Get It. Lexington, Ky., Oct 22. At Camp Hartford of Hartford. States will do with territory justly Louisville, Ky., Oct 21. County private James James, gained. Clerk William 1. Johnson has an- Hamilton Manchester of England. taken in the privacy of a woman's' Kentucky, died of typhoid fever. His nounced that unless the present aspect Connecticut of Hartford. own home insures quick relief and Mb. JL Lek Davis has leased the is changed he will give the republican home is Madisonville, Kv. Private Jo speedy cure. "Women need not North British and Merchantile. Richmond Register and will, together devica on the November ballot to Con- seph White, Company C, 3d Mississippi hesitate now. Wine of Cardui reKermxn Amer cab of New York. was found dead in bed from heart dis quires no humiliating examinaH. R. Pickles, continue the gressman Evans. with Mr. LlYcrpool and London and Globe. tions for its adoption. It cures any ease. Home, Boston, Mass. publication. Mr. Davis will have disease that comes under the head I also represent the old reliable G. W. Hickman's Ambition. charge of the news and editorial deGirl Burned to Death, A of "female troubles" disordered Fraxkfop.t, K3'., Oct 22. Hon. G. partment which insures a mighty good noPKixsviLLE, Ky., Oct. 24. Dcila menses, falling of the womb, New York Life "whites," change of life. It makes paper. The Rr.coitD wishes its old W. Hickman, member, of the legisla- IBoyd, the daughter of women beautiful by making them ooi&cp-AJLsrs- r. friend and neighbor unbounded suc- ture from McLean county, will be a John II. Boyd, of Kelly, was burned to candidate for state superintendent of well. It keeps them young by cess. Sunday, her clothing having keeping them healthy. $1.00 at public instruction before the demo- death caught fire at an open ootj, the drug store. cratic convention next year. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ADVERTISED LETTERS For advica in casss requiring1' special A .Short Sad Story. directions, address, giving? symptoms, Telephone Meetlns. A Cold. -the "Ladles' Advisory Department," e Litters remaining in Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights The Chattanooga Medians Co., ChattaThe date of meating of the various Nsglict. nooga, Tenn. week ending Oct 24th, 1S9S. of Pythias, meets every Thursday independent telephone companies of Pneumonia. says: W. I. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Miss., Miss Nannie Raley, Mr. Frank Hcff-aa- Central night in Odd Fellows hall. All vis Grief. and Eastern Kentucky at Crab "I uso Vino of Cardui extensively In 1 ting Knights my practice and find it a most excellent Orchard has been changed to Wednes are fraternally inv Fai Foley'.s Honey and Tar been VY.en called foi say "Advertised. preparation for fecralo troubles.". day, November. 2,. at Uastin Hotel, at this story would have had a hapWm. T. West, P. M. G. B. Swinebroad, C.C ted. Lancaster Ky., 3 p. m. . pier ending. lm J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. jars 1ST . School Books Tvr Old books taken in exchange. SUGAR. 1 SUGAR. $1- - 20 pounds Granulated Sugar for pound Bulk Soda 3cts cRbrts' DrugStre. - Levenngs, the King of Coffee, pkg lOcts Everything Else as Cheap This Week, d EVERY BRIDE BLUE GASS GROCERY CO. E. W. PERKINS, Clerk, EPH. P. BROWN, Mgr. $st h. n - 's Friend Be on the Safe Side and loti-s;d- i "1-I- T v Insure your Tobacco. Office, National Bank. R. KINNIARD men are dress num-Ler- Not all ed by well-dresse- d n, -- J.C. one-thir- HEMPHILL c $172,-00- b r i . s but all men dressed by HEMPHILL are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a saving of at least as compared with some petitor's prices. com- h-- numb-s.cult- 8:500,-00- i 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 NEW LIVERY. school-syste- Suits All Wool, at Very Best Rigs the $6.50 to $18.00. Tailor-made ., K, suits to your measure, $10 and $35 Read-to-we- BAM I will guarantee to fit you, both in Tailor-made- , and Suits, and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking elsewhere. Truly Yours. J. C HEMPHILL Q E. AV. Iallard. Jno. U.Stout. seme-thin- X T 'nn d bionz, Faints, Oils, Etc. :- Book-keep- eading)"ruggists. Wells-Farg- tat Stationery1, years-charg- DA1MVILLE, V1a4am u6CwlOIl UH -: KENTUCKY. J 1 er Insurance Agency 857,000,000 "DMf EOUCL T..n. 1SS U6i I nine-tent- Wtofflni Insurance Post-Offic- n. next before date of said election. It is further ordered that if the vote County Court. Called term Fiscal Court hereby ordered is in favor of said bond" issue then the Fiscal Court will, in obeJuly 25th 189S. dience to said vote and under the statWhereas, the legal voters of Gar- utes relating to this subject, issue rard county, voters in the general bonds in any sum not exceeding thirty-fiv- e election held in and for said county iu thousand dollars, (S35.003.00) for November 1S95, yoted in favor of the the purpose of acquiring and maintainFiscal Court acquiring' and maintaining ing said roads and to be issued upon the Turnpike lloads in said county, such terms as to time of payment and and the question being submitted to payments of interest and sale of bonds them, the said legal voters of Garrard as the Court may in its discretion deem count-- , in general election held in and best, but the bonds are not to be sold for said county in November 1895. for less than their par or bear interest there 'ore it is ordered and adjudged at a greater rata than 6 per ct. per that at the regular election to be held date of issue until paid and in and for Garrard county on the first are not to extend bevondSO years. The Tuesday after the first Monday in No- clerk of the Garrard County and Fiscal vember 1S9S which is on the 8th day Court is hereby ordered to certify a of November 1898. an election shall be copy of this order to 'the Sheriff of held and a poll shall be opened at (Jarrard county on or before the 1st each voting place in each voting pre- d ly of August 1898. cinct in said county at which all Ie?al R. A. UuRJfsiDE. Ju'lge d voters in said county shall be Garrard County Court.. to vote on the question, "Are A true copy.M. Duncan, Clerk. Att: J. you in favor of issuing bonds for the Pursuant to the foregoing order of purchase and maintainanco of the Turnpiko roads of the county, free of the Garrard county Fiscal cou t, which toll to the traveling public?"' and it is is made part of this notice, an election further ordered that the Sheriff of vHl bcheld and polls opened at all the Garrard county be and he is hereby regular voting places in Garrard coundirected to advertise said election and ty at the next regular election, wh'ch object therefor at least thirty days will be held November 8. 1S9S. which next before date of said election in election, in all respects, will be held in Tkk Oentrat. Record, it beintr the accordance with the general election r.ewspaper having the. largest circula laws cf. Kentue'-T- . J. B Sacs dee. S. G. C. tion in aaiu county,-analso by print To Be Held Nov. 8, 1898. ed hand bills posted ud in no less than four public places in each voting- pre- cinct in sail county anl at the Court House door lor at least thirty days Garrard privil-edge- d utchess I rouscrs mk THE PEACE COMMISSION Finest Line of Men's Suits anil Overcoats illSI uu Hour-m- Amu Up-to-Da- te. Has Settled the Fact tuckyshown Central at Prices Ever in That it is best for the Men, Boys and Children to Ken- Weighs 108 lbs 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 Dut chess 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. Lower than Buy their Clothing of Us. FrosperltT ti Boys' Suits Guaranteed to Wear. Children's Suits Finer and Better than ever shown. All wte Deal WitI Us, Free Toll and Peed. 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 J, L. Frohman & Co, c LOB Danvill e,Ky. FLATVOOD. When you have a bad cold Dr. Inclination would recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy becausa it is pleasant and safe to take. Dr. Experience would recommend it because it never fails to effect a speedy and permanent cure. Dr. Reason would recommend it because it is prepared on sc:ent-fiprinciples, and acts on nature's plan in relieving the lungs opening the secretions and restoring the svsti'm to a natural and healthy condition. For ial- - bv R E McRobcrts. lm Stacy Mais' Sloes, Best Mafle. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 'Phone 136, Free to our customers. Ihi Central Kentucky Medical Association met here on the 20th mst. The meeting was called to order by What has caused so many ladies to be in town this week? the President, Pr. J. S. Wesley. A'ter Why, they heard of those pretty STYLISH HATS just the reading of the minutes, the following papers were read: received 1st. The Seruim treatment of Diphtheria, with reports of cause, by Dr. J. B. Kinnaird. Discussion. 2d, Netritie. Dr. Harvey Cowan, Danand all wanted to see them. ville. Discussion. The met ng then adj iurned to m"i-- t in Dnv.lie on tlie 3rd lliursday in Come and see us. We take pleasure in showing good's. January. ht 'olhming phys m . in :i"f-- d ow. irs 'Phone 85. K .i d Mc vi- , CUBAN RELIEF cures II & R. C. i 11. REC Stcinba-rO'li.i Colic. Xeiirafg-aniiTootlmche I'.iint Li-in five minutes. SourStomach non, Stanford. Elliott, llryi.uis-- is , and Summer Cotuplaiuts. Price, 25 Cents. Herring, Grant, ivnu.ii.o. a.i FRIDAY, October, 28, IS'. 8 lo this week. Weslev, of Mr. F'sh r Herrin;', visit.. ! Shot the Sheriff. al G Lokdon, Ky., Oct. 26. At Manchester Mr .1 W. Il.ut. o St,nfo-- d was.i. Robert Lucas shot and seriously M;iftr , aid t iter- it: wounded Ben White, the sheriff. niic-.il:"av n; cab About three weeks ago White went to Charley ':ini pi .s .vita D . Ite. ey the Lucas hotel, owned by the widow IS Mr Alt-studying' entUtrv. iZi' V and churn in Lucas, mother of Robert, and fired Mrs. John M. L'jau ic.Mo r lansr'itor, MaUi, of Crab Orch.r , right and left, causing considerable iero gue-.- t of Dr !tetz!iy a few days visit to Cincinnati trauble but hitting nobody. Tuesday's Mr?. Grime? and daugater, Mis"P.u-linslrooting is the result. Miss Martha Elkin is the sucst of havi reluracl to Stanford, aft Us Mary Welch, in Xicholasviile. Died or Bright' Disease. a visit to Mrs. A. C. Denny. Lawkenceburo, Ky., Oct. 20. John Misses Lillie Xo.l and Lula Grahatr, Miss Baylor Jennings has gone to McCalla, a wealthy and prominent spent Sandiy with Danville fiiends. Spencer to visit her relatives and will farmer, died Tuesday morning at his Miss Amanda Estes has rcciVdred remain there stvjrul weeks. home near Hebron, of Bright's disease. from a recent se?ere spAl of illnesr. Julge M. D. Hughes has returned He was 74 years of age and has been Mrs. Turner, of Nashville, is visiting from a trip to Som rset He says it is an invalid for some time. The remains were buried Wednesday at Hebher daughter, Mrs. James McCarly. one of the best towns on the map. ron. Mr. II. N. Beard, an insurance man Mrs. Kitty Burnside and Mrs. A. G Their Slurried Life Was Short. of Louisville is in town for a few days. Huffman, of Stinford. attnJel the Lexington, Ky., Oct. 20. Last June funeral of Mrs. W. J. Landram SaturMr. Tom Uaughman, of Boyle, has Ben Way, of Louisville, and Grace been yisiting his neicj, Mrs. Jas Beaz-le- day. Taylor, of Richmond, eloped. The E'der Jesse Walden has go-.- e to girl's father appeared on the scene and Washington county to engage in a took her home. The young couple Mrs Gabriel Lackey, of Waco, Texas, is the guest of Mrs. Mattie Dun- meeting. He was accompanied by his never lived together, and now Way has wi'e. commenced suit for divorce. can. Robert Hueston has returned to his Mrs. J. W. Poor, of Bryan tsville Foul Play Suspected. rf who has been strlously sick, is some home in Danville, Illinois, after a Wihtesburo, Ky., Oct. 20. The repleasant visit to R. H. Batson and better mains of a local traveling salesman family. named Perry Hawkins, claiming to Mrs. W. C McFarlaad and Miss Dr. Wesley went to Stanford Mon hail from Winchester, Ky., were" found Kate Walker returned to Lexington, day, wi.ere, in the absence of Dr. Car on Lower Long Ford creek, near the Monday. penter he assisted D .. Peyton in per- Pike and Letcher borders, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Rice, left Mon- forming an operation. Foul play is suspected. day to spend the week in Richmond, Misses Pearl Burnsile and Mary Indiana. Undr Llnc iln's P cture. Bruce, Messrs. Jack Rout and A. S. Owexsboro, Ky., Oct. 20. George W. Eld. Robert E dn, of Bjrgin, has Price, cf Stanford, have been visiting Jolly states that if. he is denied the log been Eld. George Gowen's guest for a Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside. cabin as his device in his race for confew days. Mrs. E W. Harris and sin George, gress he will have his name printed Mrs. J. C Robinson is visiting her Mis. Sjlon B. Henry and two children, under a picture of Abraham Lincoln sister, Mrs. Charles Richardson, in Ella and Allen, returaei last night and the words Independent Republican Somerset ticket. from a visit to relatives in Arkan Miss Lula O.vsley, of Arizona, is the sas and Oklahoma. Third Keiitcc'y May Go to Cuba. uest of Mr. Arch Walker and family Fkankfort, Ky., Oct. 20. It was is week. stated, here Tuesday Sure Fit. . The wayfaring man, though a fool, that the 3d Kentucky,. now in camp at Mrs. Rosa Brown Crow, of Louisville, visited her parents near th!s could not err in my measure blanks. Lexington, has been selected to do gare sure to get a Ot. You city, this week. If you do rison duty in Cuba. The official order not don't take the suit Come, and is expected within ten days. Mrs. Moore and Mis? King, of Bur-giAlleged Murderer Arrested. compare prices and quality of goods. have been visiting Misses Martha ' M. D. Hughes, Agent. WnxiAMSTOwx, Ky., Oct. 20. Word Sallie Tillett. and has been received from Mt. Sterling Back to Work. Bob nenry is now located in Oklaho that Wm. Sanders, who killed Dave T. John Duncan, who has been con fin Franks, at Crittenden, this county, last writ.-- lm: Rizcokd he is try ma and ed to his bed for several months, is April, is in the custody of the authoriing to buy a farm. able to resume work in his barber Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ester, of Kirks- - shop over Benge's stable. He will be ties at that .place. ville, visited relatives and attended glad to .cee his old friends arid will ap Held Up and Bobbed by Soldiers. church here predate a share of the pabliJd patri.-- . Lexington, Ky., Oct. 20. John O. Miss Mable Chrisman, of W."cliLta nage. tf Lee, a huckster, claims to have been held up and robbed of S28 by four solHas., has been the guest of H. M. Ball The DutUIerar Mill. diers on Pemberton avenue at S o'clock I have rented the famous Eudderai Tuesday morning. Mill, near "Gilberts. Creek, and am preWE INVITE D'phlherla Closed t pared to furnish the very best flour. JoT Diphtheria RicmiOKD, Ky., Oc all of our friends and pat Will make a specialty of custom grind- has appeared at Fcxtown, this county, ing. Farmers', bring along'your wheat rons to call and .make and. cp and the public school there has sus0, Satisfaction fctiirantced. pended. 7 JoiixC. PoTTS. AN INSPECTION En You Know AT Noel Sisters, New Goods Every Day, CENTRAL ORD, In articles suitable for Wed ling Tresents. Tea Table. Dessert Spoons and V irks. Also Berry and Salad Spoons. Cram an I Gravy L idles. UutUr church Sunday, by Rev. Ilutchings. K lives, the highest gra:le only carried. There was meeting at Lawson's Exquisite Cut Glass in New Cutting . Chapel, Sunday. C. IT. McDONNELL, Jeweler and Optician, The tobacco men are all busy stripping tobacco. Danville, Kentucky. Clyde McCarty wasiuming W. II. Furr's m il on Friday last, wheu the A Few Points blew out. Fortunately, no of -- SUPERIORITY one wis hurt. 'ihere was preaching at Harmony STERLINGi SILVER maw-hea- d 1 ciai."-wvr- e - pr a - "CRSVIl.LE. itm Mmid.iV, 11 - . lc -- it !' o-- y ! ":tr-- 1 t fj' c . . st d $K m ITS tee- 4 . ZCl'MV 1 Elm -- e & 11. If in V II Cu P ni A t . Furr h.i Mr W from c .lfot i C iiie. wnere ne tins oven r ivi'fn Kev. .M -. U j .1 . i. a. tur v .. .d i.imity vii.ie . at .,0 111 iuiriii.li u. rrynrm's. Sun ntv. Miss jf llainuiac spent. . uesd y at Flat. woo. t. IN THEw eiie Over All Other Heaters. The Practically INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL, Produces the following results: Perfect combustion of Soft Great Economy Coal, consuming all the Fumes and Gases, gaining; just so In other in this. much more heat that stoves is wasted. The Cross Drafts from the Bowl, causes the heat to bo radiated to the floor instead of to the ceillne, like other direct draft stoves. Sun-Jay- PERSONAL. ll :; 11 - rco. II nf . t .K :te 'ins - f.r $.':." ... !t- !, fil da b.iy was witi. LiMn n. m i;nei-- ; ...ul at lim s u tr 0 c '.' vs .in rhei.m e uiiaine lo p t n s timi .0 ine ilj r. pe h H'l triL.l 111 va.n, . n.- - r ve : i:iui'fit of t",- -t 11 12 ll is uotn J. is .' f iu. i wii, iw aicoi :'.itvi., up i.i ;r; s jii.r n: u5 to C r o d to .leff Dunn, a tin's P.ti'j ISisni m, .iit.t h first boti.t- - jiivc to iuatii riii.-ih we cot :i socond one. in 1. to .nr Ve iif-n ..jo o pri-i'- , it "ir t fiim mi. hi .1 at J. T. M. vs. l'.i t r ( .. s . . ins Our, ..it.e '. gt Iv IV - . K e, V . - . t !.. Great Satisfaction in this. Perfect control of the fire, so an even heat can be maintained, and a good fire kept over night. J nignt, wine J. C. Siler, who is connected wiJ the stock yards at Lexington, is at home this week. Richard Robinson sold a work horse to IS. D. Holtzc'.aw, for 35. Mrs. Dr. Brown is visitinp' friends; here for a few days. D 15. Edmiston and wife, of Crab Orchard, was visit-ingat W. II. Cummins' Sunday. MrsJ Bryant Ballard is visiting her daugh- ter at Loudon, this week. J. h. I'et-No more tickets for the Baking tus made a business trip to London a Pan after Jan. i will be given, so few da3-- ago. get your number- - and get a pan. s 'Durability. Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction. Manufactured for U. K. STOVE AND RNGE CO. Great Comfort in this. Unprecedented Heat, Economy, For Sale by J.C. ROBINSON, LANCASTER, KY. EGGS, We Oh, the Pain of HAMS. want BUTTER, prices for Will pay good Rheumatism! to-ddeep-seat- produce. We are selling Rheumatism often causes the most intfaiM ftrnnp.rips Sn f!hpan tense suffering. Many have for years X UUUJ UIUUU1IUU uu uuuuu. vainly sought relief from this disabling worse off than Call and get our prices and see our disease, and are ever. Rheumatism is a blood disease, goods; will be glad to see you. Bring and Swift's Specific is the only cure, because it is the only remedy which can your friends with you. diseases. reach such A few years ago I was taken with Inflammatory Rheumatism, which became so intense that I was for weeks unable to walk. I tried several prominent physicians and took their treatment faithfully, but was unable to get the slightest relief. In fact, my con. dition seemed to grow worse, the disease spread over my entire body, and from November to March I suffered agony. I tried many patent medicines, but none relieved me. Upon the a d v 1 c e of a friend I decided to trV B. S. S. Berore allowing me to take it, however, my guardian, who was a chemist, analyzed the remedy, and pronounced It free ol potash or mercury. I felt so much better after taking two bottles, that I continued the twomonthsl was cured completely. The cure was permanent, for I have never since had' touch of Rheumatism though many times exposed to damp and cold weather. Eleanor M. Tippzli., 8711 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia. "Silver Plate that Wears." jyjusT 7 stag Umetiam M JL THAN CORSETS FOR Let us call your attention to our 1 UV DRY GOODS CO. SALE BY THE LOGAN a-- n, "1847 Rogers Bros. 99 W. H. LACKEY, Fruit. Successor to Lackey & Flowers. Shade. Gulley. Blue Grass Nurseries. s First-Gla- s Don' t suffer loneer with Rheumatism. Throw aside your oils and liniments, as they can not reach your trouble. Don't experiment with doctors their potash and mercury will add to your disability and completely destroy your diges lion. - Triple plated Knives and Forts. They 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 will cure perfectly and permanently. white nickel silver. They are it is eu&ranteea nureiv veceiaDie. anu contains no potash, mercury, or other guaranteed to give satisfaction to mineral, .books mailed free Dy owiit the purchaser. specinc uo., Atlanta, via. RlnnJ S.S.S'TfteiJiuuu Farm for Sale. 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 SPECIAL ATTENTION TO H. F. HILLENMEYFR, Phone 27 . Lexin gton, Ky. MEN, - Fall, 1898. TRAVELING S. BEAZLEY, i'0-- Miss Sallie TillEttl We took es at Somerset tick sledge pecial pains to select only the han.mirs and broke into the blind t: gerr, arresting the oreator& Th's HANDSOMEST HATS mode of procedure has entirely broken up the den's in that town. Some of and Latest Novelties to be the owners and "backers" said the offifound in the markets. cers had no right to break into the iiouses, but they did so and this brave act has not been questioned. Cffl-ers of our stock. Broke 'Km Up. I will sell my farm, containing seventy-si- s acres, privately, and on easy terms, Thi laud lies about 4 miles cast of Bryantsville, U easily reached and in good state of cultivation House contains, four rooms and has all nec essary outbujldiugs. There is a good orchard Do Not Be Imposed On. Always insist on getting Foley's and never fai'ing water. The ploca is under zood fence. For further Information call on Honey and Tar, as it is positively, and unqualifiedly the best or address. Mrs. J. M. Scrivner, cough medicine. Accept no substitute. . Bourne, Ky. lm. Johnson, 74 years of age, was burned to death at her home, near KnottsviUe. Eer clothing caught fire from a grate. Burned to Death. Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 20. Mrs. TJr.R. ErDldsiein, (fflMHH jq -- John Teeth filled and extracted with out pain. Crown and Bridge of No, 541 Fourth ave., Louisville, Ky Work a specialty. Office overT. S. Elkln'a Ky.. meat shop, In tbe new Thompson bnildirg. wilibj at Mason Hotel, Lancaster, U TT T IDE NTIST. A full line of Spoons, Sugar Shells, Butter Knives, etc in "1847" Let US goods always on hand. show them to yotu on Monday, Octo"ber 31,1898 Returning- ope day each month. scientific, examined and uatcd. la-S- Trained Nurses. J. O. THOMPSON. The service of Nurses who hare graduated from the Louisville Training School chii be Eyes secured nt.ttio rune a. liny junma-yo- i I Richmond, Ky,; price per week. excpt in y .d I contagious c ises, for whieh S20 ii charged Appllc itlon for nurses should be made to the murmery. j euperiaouaeui 01 i Donot miss your chance for us keeps BEST STOCK OF CLOTHING AND DDT GOODS GOING DOWN HILL. People suffering IN TO WIST. ing the bowels more susceptible to the BRYANTSVILLE. action of medicine renders it more ef Miss Helen Baker, of Nicholasville, fective so that less is needed anil dan &LW OlUUH l!UJLJiQ. ger of spasmodic or painful action was the guest of Miss Powel, Saturday JTIliUM. the bowels is averted. When the horse and Sunday. B. P. Patton made a S Morganbought of Jas. Speaks sgme improves and begins to need strength business trip to Corbin, this week. J. fat hogs at 3c ening food substitute oatmeal for the L. Jennings, little daughter and son, Gipt T. A. Elkin bought some extra bran, the former being more nutri after a two weeks pleasant visit to cious. their parents have returned to their yearlings at S25. per head. Truth wears well. People have heme in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. T. S. Elkin bought of Jack Bourne learned that DeWitt's Little Early Haselden visited Mr. and Mrs. Will me 133 lb shoats at 3 cts. Harp, of Danville, Snnaay. Mrs. Hal-li- e M. Roberts sold to Pepples a nice Risers are reliable little pills for regu J. Deatherage has returned to her lating the bowels, curing constipation bunch of calves at 21. per head. n and sick headache. They don't gripe home in Richmond. Miss Bettie V. A- - Lear sold a nice lot of cattle to is visiting friends in Jessamine, Stormes Drug Stsre. lm Mi. Fain averaging 7S0 lbs at 3.75. this week. Mts. Hutchinson is visitA writer on and breeder of swine C. V. Anderson bought some butching Mrs. W. A Smith. Dr. Par and writes: I lost several shoats, in fact wife, from Indiana, are visiting relaer cittle from different parties at 3cts. eight out of a lot o nine. They would r. G. Anderson bought a bunch of come to tne trough ana urmk, appar tives in this section. Miss Alice Dunn, calves at from 817.50 to 2J. per head. ently all right, then lie down and die. of Danville, is visiting her mother. A. J. Thompson sold to Clay Arnold I was then told they had throat worms Rev. Darst and family from Louisville, some yearling cattle at S22.53 per I caught the only remaining one aad are visiting C. M. Jenkins. We are glad to know that the sick in fromthis place to Woodford County PfaHforC CUBAN OIL can head. poured down its throat a teaspoonful I llllllvl 9 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheuour town are improving. Will Marks-bur- Sunday. S. Morgan shipped to the city a nice of turpentine. It squealed as loudly We are glad to report Mr. Isaac Mon matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents is better again. as any of them, but lived and raised loid of fat hogs costing him from 2 There will be preaching at Pleasant gomery improving. Mrs. Rilda fine litter of pigs. to3j. BACK CREEK. and Landram Burdett are Grove, Sunday, it being the fifth SunS Morgan bought of Dr. Herring a Oae Minute Cough Cure surprises very sick of feer. Miss May Scott day. I am Captain Jenks, of the Alger white Chester sow weighing 5S0 lbs at people by its quick cures and children has dyptheria. Rev. Yeafter, from Wilmore, will 3 cents. crew, may take it in large quantities with A series ol meeting commenced afr Alex Walker shipped a nice load of out the least danger. It has won fo preach at the Methodist church here this place Sunday conducted by Rev And I mean to swear Russ Alger tirJ In spite of all that you can do, butcher stuff to Cincinnati market itself the best reputation of any prep next Sunday and Sunday night J. I. Wills. We wish them much sue For I came from Chickamauga. The 53th anniversity of the marri- cess and hope will be aration us id for colds, croup, this week for which he paid 3 to 3 the means of I'm pretty well versed in politics it Saunders and Walker shipped a load tickliag in the throat or obstinate age of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jennings, bringing many poor sinners to Christ And the various sorts I neatly nvx, was celebrated at their home in lm of heavy hogs to Cincinnati market this coughs. Stormes Drug Store. Miss Lula Rogers is the charming For I'm fully up to all the tricks Oct. 12, and was pronounced There is nothing more true than that week for which they paid 3 cents by all present to be one of the most guest of Mrs. W. D. Scott. Miss A. E. That prevailed at Chickamauga. W. B. Moss shipped a nice load of the flavor that butter contains deter Scott visited her parents Saturday and mines to a great extent the price the enjoyable affairs ever witnessed in Sunday. Miss Maggie Bruce returned My few remarks are cut and dried, butcher cattle to Cincinnati this week consumer is willing to pay for it. that vicinity; there being present four Saturday from a too weeks stay with And Alger himself the tale has tried, which grazed through the su " And it's hard to prove that I have lied, farm butter or pri generations. About 45 children and his sister in Mercer. Strictly They sold for S3 CD there. were present the litThough I came from Chickamauga. W. Poor bought of Holman of Crab vat dairy butter commands a good tle daughter of J. M. Hughes being J. The marriage of Mr. Ed Eason and So each august committeeman Orchard some 2 year old cattle at 3 75 price and there are. more would-b- e the only great present Miss Mattie Stults took place in ML Must keep as silent as he .can, also of Eubanks of Lincoln some year customers than can be supplied. Twen Ihe parlor was beautifully decorated Hebron church last Thursday after and thirty cents per pound for And let me proceed with the little plan lings averaging 730 lbs. at 3.40. Rev. G. W. Thompson official Which I brought from Chickamauga. butter of delicate aroma is a very com' in yellow. The table was set in the noon, The The farmer every 3'ear has to meet a mon price, but the maker of bride is a charming young ing. just "or yard and was lovely decorated in red, lady of about twenty and wider and sharper competition and dinary" never the groom a In a short set speech the case I state,. is true white and blue. The music rendered receives it the necessity grows stronger for util- that the fine flavor of butter It produc by Mrs. C M. Jenings and otkers ad- young widower with one little girl. And Alger I fully exonerate is From all the wrongs, both little and izing eyery resource of the farm. ea in many cmterent ways. And we ded to the enjoyment of the day. The We entend our congratulations and great, A stubborn cough or tickling in the would aid; the poor flavor of batter is children present were, J. D. Jennings, wish them a bright and successful That occurred in Chickamauga. throat yielis to One minute Cough also proiuced in many different ways, and family; Mrs. Nannie Hughes, and journey through life. You invite disappointment when you No, there j'cu have it, and that's enough Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the some of the causes are beyond the family; C. M. Jennings, and family; right spot, reliable and just what is housewife's ability to prevent If fo R. L. Jennings, Mrs. Dora Ballard, of experiment. De Witt's Little Early Ri 'Tis easy to see that I'm up to snuff, needn't wanted. It acts at once. Stormes instance, she has been making sweet. Paint Lick, Mrs. Allie Haselden, Bry- - sers are pleasant, easy, thorough little And youman fromtry to cut up rough, Chickamauga. puis. They cure constipation and sick With a ru'g Store. lm aesiraDie outier irom cows lea on antsville, Dr. J. M. Jennings, and fam- headache just as sure as you take Why can't you let me alone, I say? ily, J. L. Jennings, ani family, of IlliAn unusually large number of Eu- clean, sweet hay, oats and corn and lm nois. We sincerely, trust that the them. Stormes Drug Store. Take off that man, I pray ropean buyers are attending the horse other such articles of diet, she cannot We never were treated in any sucli a prevent the utterly distasteful flavor couple may live to celebrate their 75th ale at Chicago this fall and are takMoCREARY. way ing a large proportion of the best ani- of her butter when those cows have anniversary and be blessed with health, been turned upon rye pasture and left prosperity and happiness. Born, to the wife of Chas. Tartar, a Down there in Chickamauga. mals put on sale. He tangles my story can't you see? Rev. Zeagler will lecture at Brown's fine boy. to feed there day after day. If she Monday was a fair court About 500 has butter customers she is verv And makes me say more than's good ant Chapel, Buena Vista, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner, of Stanor CDO cattle on market, and nearly all to drop them. If she does for me, not they and will preach at the Presbyterian ford, are visiting Mrs. P. G. Wai ner. of them changed hands at fair prices will soon be excusing themselves Who comes from Chickamauga. from church Sunday. ijisn Dorbes ana wife are iruests iur. Farris, of Boyle, took some feeders taking longer. Just received, a new line of walking of relatives m Mt Hebron, this week. You don't believe it? I'd have vou at from 3 to 4 cents. Not much hats and sailors. Mra A. S. Haselden, Misses Everee Wallace and Florence know tiale for horse and mule stock. Sows How to Prevent Croup. Old fashions in dress may be revived, Burnside, of Point Lea veil, visited That at home we don't treat witnesses and pigs from 10.00 to 15.00 and ches We have two children who are subut no old fashioned medicine can re friends here and took part in the enso, nats 5 cents a pint or 3 for a dime." ject to attacks of crouD. Whenever an place Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and tertainment at Buckeye. Logan Ham And 1 want to pack up my things and More than twenty million free sam attack is coming on my wife gives Diarrhoea Remady. For sale by R. E. has gone to Russell county to spend pies o.f CeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy McRob?rts. lm the winter. Mrs. D. Gulley is the Straight back to Chickamauga. have baen distributed by the manu- and it always provents'the guest of Mrs. Dave Huderson, at facturers. What better proof of their is a housohold necessity in attack. It BUCKEYE. this week, Lewis Mitchell, this county DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the eonfidanue in it's merits do you want? and no matter what else we of Stone, visited his sister. Mrs. Robt. largest sale of any Salve in the world run out of cures piles, burns, scalds, BOf es, in it would It A protracted meeting is being This fact and its merit has led dishon not do to be without the shortest space of time. Stormes berlain's Cough Remedy. More Cham ducted at Gunn's Chapel, by Xhz con' Burton, last week. pas of it You ought to know that when suf- est people to attempt to counterfeit it Drug Store. lm is sold here than of all other cough tor, and Rev. Collins, of Bardwell, and fering from any kidney trouble that a Look out for the man who attempts to A good way of giving medicine to a medicines combined. J. M. Nickle, of Rev. Utkinon, of Barboursville. safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney deceive you when you call for DeWitt's sick horse is to mix it with a bran luckle Bros., merchant?, Nickleville, The entertainment at the Baptist Cure. Guaranteed, or money refund- Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure. mash. The effect of the feed in mak Pa. For sale by R E. McRoberts. lm Stormes Drug Store. lm lm church here was well attended, consid ed. . ering the inelement weather, and from amaNUBIAN TEA cures S15. to $29 realizsd. All who took part v 6ia, Constipation and Indiin the entertainment,, which was most Give your Stomach a Rest. ly our home girls and boys, acquitted gestion. Bulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. themselves well. Those from a dis Incomparable Service. tance who added greatly to the enjoy' The Queen & Crescent tr..ins are the The trouble with moat sick people la that In ment of the occasion were Letcher finest trains run in the State of Kentheir anxiety to get well they try first this nos Owsley, Misses Elisa Lusk, Florence tucky. trum, then that, until the poor htomach Four daily trains to Cincinnati con and cans a halt. There's a better way. rebels Burnside, and Elveree Wallace. What Mrs. Reed Teater, and daughter, Mrs. nect with the main hiphwavs of the the body needs Is oxygen more oxygen. The Great Trunk lines of the North, West Electropolse is simply an instrument which, Wheeler, and son, Thelton and wife, and East when applied to the ankle or wrist for a short of Mercer, are with relatives here. This is the line period each day, polarizes the body and enaHollas Ranodall, of Buena Vista, visi Washington. New York. Boston and bles It to take ou oxygen more freely. The ted relatives here Friday. Roy Arnold the East Electropolee cures without medicine. One The Queen & Crescent connects with Instrument lasts a lifetime. Send for descripof Bryantsville, was with his sister, every line out of Cincinnati. tive book and read what noted people say Miss Claudia Saturday and Sunday, Electropolse. Joseph Simpson, has returned from 1 S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. about the W. G. Morgan, D.P.A., Lexington, Ky visit to Owenaboroiigh Ky. Mrs. Her Miss Clara Pabton'b Letter od Ray, went to Lexington last week; Constantinople, February 21, 1896. o have some dental work done. Me. Dear Sirs: When in London the other day I received two packages from the United States id Mrs. .T. W. Brown made very en embosiy, each containing on Electropolse: joyable visit to the mountains last today I received your- kind letter. Please alwoik Chesnut untin-- ' was the cl. f low me to thank you heartily and gratefully TO Jtobjrt Leory an I wife, for the splendid little machines. As ybu remember, I am not an entire stranger to the n.e Hiss Plor.i Ray, of Madison, visi-tl- d virtues of the Electropolse, and will take great x the latters parents here Saturday In offering the Superior Disc Grain Drll to the farmers of Garrnrd pleasure lu pacing your offering to afflicted humanity, them an exPeriment, but a SUCCESSFUL RE- and Sunday. SRrWe ? n?f ,?tr Vtry slnceiely yours. AM, v. Uur Drill has been on the market two seasons and wei have Wheayou call for DeWitt's Witch TER1SHNALS Hazel Salve the great CLAItA BARTON, last two years that cannot b 1Vaten ccept anything . pile cure, don't D jn't be tal ted Indianapolis, Peoria and DISC and a large single Steel Drag Bar. The into accepting a substitute, for piles, & simplest drill on the market. A great many have been sold and every Michigan Points for sores, for burns. S:ormes Drug one has given perfect satisfaction. is the ORIGINAL and only per- Store. Trains leave Seventh Street Station 513 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, It lm fect Disc Drill made. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. and First Street Station. The Superior Ky. will do perfect work in CORN STALKS or TRASHY LAND and MT. HEBRON City Ticket Office, 318 Fourth Avenue. can be put into the hardest ground.Ifyou wane the best Disc Drill K. C. Branch. inada, buy the Superior. are doing a great deal - S. gonth-b'nMixed, passes Lancaster, 11 25 a, of grumbling about the wet weather. tforth-b'nMixed, , r. General Agent Passenger Dep't. G- - S. . Pass'cr ' a:52 a. y. Mr. E3 Clause and family..moved Louisville, Ky. 8ontn-b'cU39 A.M. Ma-ha- mm Until Name. Address. Rev. J. H. Stanley, Lexlncton, Ky Climax Printing Co., Richmond, Ky J. H. Baker, Lexlngtog. Ky J. Baiter, 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. Foraton, Paris, Ky Hattie Jacobs, Cincinnati, 0 Patrick and Mary Fox, Maysvllle Ky E. L. Denhard, Louisville. Ky C. D. Doll, Louisville, Ky F. H.Norton. Lexington Ky F. H. Norton Lexlcgton, Ky Mrs. A. T. Million, Richmon, Ky F. H. Norton, Lexington, Ky Robert Hoefllch. Maysvllle, Ky Mrs. Emma L. Latta, 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. Wlnterismlth, Paducah. Ky B. L. Eggleston. Lexingtin Ky Mary K. Fadden, Lexington, Ky F. M. Drake. Grand Rapids, Mich Mrs. L. Z. Taylor, Richmond, Ky B. R. Gray, Newport News. Va Mary A. Warren, Lexingtun. Ky Helen McEIrath, Carrolton, Ky Otto E. Vollenwelder, McArthHr.O Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky Daniel Jtoone Club, Richmond, Ky Newland Jones Richmond, Ky..... W. F. White Estate, Lexington, Ky Good fc 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, Lexiogton, Ky a, Mrs. Jennie Fealer. Cincinnati, O Luke U. Milward, Lexington, Ky Baptist Church, Paris, Ky R. F.Johnson & Co., Lexington, Ky R.F.Johnson, Baltimore, Md O. R. Marshall. Lexington, Ky W. C. Nichols, Louisville, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky W.S. Anderson and wife. Lexington, Ky Rev. J.V. Riley, Versailles, Ky F.H.Norton, Lexington, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky y Dr. 8. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Dr. S. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Ky G. M. Asher. Lexington, Ky A. M. Newton, Lexington, Ky J. D. Purcell, Lexington, Ky Mrs. Sallle Owens, Lexington, Ky F. C. Smith, La Grange. Ky ValenteSentney, Lexington, Ky Mis. J. D. Armstrong, Lexington, Ky Total Profit Over Cost from Kidney Diseases, feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality. They should lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure, a Guaranteed Preparation. OF LEXINGTON.iKY. mi hi - Co., Over $115,000.00 Paid in Maturities. Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898: Cost. $ 9.50 9.50 10.50 Paid. 20.66 20.06 22.25 22.35 22.25 22.25 22.25 52.25 20.06 17.44 20.05 17.44 17.44 30.OJ 20.00 17.44 20.0G4 17. 17.44 jo.50 10M 10M 10.50 10 JO gM 8.50 9.50 8.50 8.5ff 9.59 8.50 9.50 8.50 8.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 8.50 y 90 y 1500 15.00 15.00 17.44 17.44 17.44 e, 4 . tV.... 833 8.50 8.50 8.50 8.50 7.50 7.50 6.50 6.50 6.5o 6.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 6.50 . 6.50 g.50 53.50 50.50 50.50 46.50 45.50 49 50 49.50 49.50 43.50 45.50 44.50 47.50 41.30 11.50 46.50 22.75 45.50 44 44.50 1744 17.44 17.44 15.00 15.00 12.57 12.57 12.57 12.57 12.57 "gilt-edge- grand-childre- n grand-daught- ty-fi- M . 127 12.57 12.57 1257 12.57 144.CO ; 144 00 144.00 129.00 141.0) 141.00 141.00 138 CO 132.C0 126.00 135.00 117.00 117.00 132.00 . cock-eye- d 6150 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 $4,415.40 jo 2 440 44.50 43.50 .....42.50 43.50 430 41 jo 40.53 . 4iJA 41 .50 41.50 $1,668.25 2,747.15 A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, For particulars call on J. 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