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Entered at the Post OSicc Lancaster hy as Second Clara Jfallcr LUIS LASTDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 29 1819 ONE DOLLAR A YEAH he tntt tIeofoF JiENTH YEAR in i3 jj3- rL k o t at NITJIIrJra o i any and to SUIT OUR CUSTOMERS Consequently yon Can Buy More Roods ofBetter Qual ity Than Else where in Town fcoiferio Assortment of Sea sonable Goods At Low Prices s I COMPANY E EE 6 II AlliailCeS cs CII Here all a ChQice f LOGAN DMGOODS 1 w ZeN u1TNrr Tra 3L Fix Prici 1 WHATS GOING ON AT HOME bbOdCt 480 40440Mi OOr4t1184Q86GCti9 i bbvbJ04000d dd4pQp0aCG004N800J n+ Pretty Taffetas at See the Ladles shoes JoseplfJk Everything in Dry Goods at Joseph You must you you you t must me you must pay me you must me R A STONE AVlicat lYIioat 1ve arc in the market for 100000 bushels of wheat and will pay top prices for it cash on delivery Call and see us before soiling II A IX MAKKSISUKY Sox Strayed Large brown horse 12 years old tic fallen two white spots from saddle Left pttenheim May 22 aiiil has been seen near Lancaster Liber al reward for return to G S Gaines Lancaster 2t In the county court Monday an was made taking of the vote on local option in the Walkers School House precinct The date lixed is Saturday July 20th Mr Ed Norris an enthusiastic supporter of local option up THE HK OKD that he believed the drys vould with but a fight m f be expected ItrcciiiiK NIil Cla r l At lodge 104 F and A M it was it was decided to change k the time of meeting from PQO the and fourth Mon Kv lay nights to the second and fourth Tuesday nights in each month This was done lo avoid meeting on court lay nights when averyboclj is worn out from the days work The next meeting will be held Tuesday July llth This change suits the regular attendants at the lodge and it dont make any difference what those who dont attend think about it Jims Court Most farmers retrained at home Monday to look after the tilings now to be done on the A very small crowd was in town and aside from the cattle sales nothing was done Cattle buyers were inclined to hold off on account of the prospects for a drouth and the present to ire t of grass md water Peel Bros of Jes samine buught a bunch of OJO prmrul heifers at 2200 per head Roberts sold a bunch of light stoni heifers at l cents Good fat heifers brought about 1 puts Steors brought from to f cents ThTc were about 550 head of stud on the streets A few plug horses were sold for a song A llaylnll OrijUrlotism With thoughts on the anniversary of the great VICTORY AT SANTI AGO All Kentucky will on this day be in Lexington where will be offered the Most Notable Fourth of JulY Celebration on the continent Two marvelous lectures by men or nationwide reputation in civil and political life In the morning Champ Clark of Missouri on The Revival of Patriotism In the afternoon Congressman J P Dol liver of Iowa a leader among men in a magnetic platform Nation of America Tvo grand band Amusements of various kinds At night a Platform Entertainment which will pay you to come miles to hear The famous Ariel Lady Sex tette the matchless Mendelssohn MsJe Quartette Signor Eoscoe in unparalel cd feats of magic Miss Sibyl Sammis andMtss Gertrude Smith two famous by flier Vitagraph with illustrated songs For brilliancy and variety this program has never been equaled on platform of Chautauqua Come and spend the day and all it holds SOc Gets Everything for the Day Reduced Rates on all Railroads Farmers Read We are needing all of our Sacks and many of our friends have neglect ed to return the Sacks we have accom modating them with We lost by lire about 6000 Sacks consequently we need every Sack that is due us We bought Secondhand cotton Sacks branded Schwartz Bros St Louis Mo these Sacks arc in the hands of our farmer friends and they are using them for milling purposes A visit to Lancaster Flouring willconvlnce of the fact We also have several thousand sacks branded Ballard Ballard Co or Ballard Mills and we have also thousands of other sacks and we no tice these sacks are being used for milling and other purposes Now we ask you in all kindness to see that every sack due us and in your poccss ion Is returned at once and you will confer a favor on us that we will ap priciatc very much We are also in the market for wheat and will pay the highest market price cash on delivery Your Frien Is JI A li MAKKSBUBY SON vvvrJVoIVY VVY VV at up toy lte pa lit Local for the s V many Lxiu ton an- n ersalY Congressman The concerts Wonderful Moving Pictures theKcntuc1q GOO bills anyone J Joseph p h eat C crease Op rood IIeeacm order there told tll Lancast-er second clay farm GLO1C1OCS IrOC1LT- I1ientttclyCIitt aultta or read C l Call and settle on or 37 A STOxif For Sale On easy piymenLa good house and W J I have waited long and patiently now I must have you owe me R iirtiii Lot Ifyou want to buy a nice Building Lot I cam sell one frhra acres cheap TCjJtUEY Poiirlli Of July KatcKx Low round trig rates are JjicJIcot on the Queen and Cres cent Route Dates of sale July 2 3 and 1th Ask your agent for full jar ticulars Closed I The meeting conducted by Dr J L McKee at the Presbyterian church was brought to a close Sunday night on account of the Intense heat It is the intention to resume the the fall when the weather is mod crated The congregations enjoyed rr M Kces sermons very much and were greatly hcncfitted by them A fagot licU 73i Jcrj i c Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is with ready sale every where Persons who used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinnoy Scratches Greasy Heel etc It is sold on a writtcn guarantve and money re funded if not as represented ap13 Coo red Soldiers Attrition The colored Regiments of the Rcgu Army arc soling up very fast and there are only a few vacancies left All ablebodied colored men who can read and all exsoldiers who desire to reenlist should call at once at the Recruiting Office in Lexington Busi College Building Main Street near post office Lexington Ky maltf Notice to farmers Should you not wmt to sejl your wheat at present prices and want to hold for a better market we desire to inform you we have made arrange ments to store 11000 or 20000 bushels wheat here in Lancaster on the terms to include risk So bring us your wheat We also have arrange ments for storage account at Louis viilc II A MAUKSKUUY Sox Jlore ICocnili Wanted the IMiilipincs The Recuting officer in Lexington has just received instruction froii the War Department to enlist a number- of white men for Infantry Cavalry md artillery services in the PJiilip pines These men will be sent to San Francisco at once to connect with Steam ship sailing the latter part of this month Now is the chance for you to make a trip around the world This opportunity will only last a few days and men wanting to join should apply at the Recluting oilices iii Lex ington Ivy or in Ashland Ky or in Somerset Ky at once Excursion to Old Point Comfort Va The Chesapeake Ohio Ry has arranged a series of Excursions to Old Point Comfort Va during the month of July August and September These Excursions will be run on the Secondhand Fourth Tuesdays in each month The tickets will be good on the regular trains and will be limited to 21 days The rate will be 1500 for the round trip Persons desiring to go should send in their names for sleeping car space and state on which train they will want to go in formation cheerfully furnished on ap plication to any Agent or to G W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky The Republicans convention held Thursday resulted in two of dele gates being named to the state con vention at Lexington The trouble arose over the selection of chairman Col D R Collier and Capt Wm flcrndon were placed in nomination Col Collier who called the convention to order then retired from the chai and W McO Johnston took his place Tellers were appointed and each Collier as having the most votes Chairman Johnston declared Collier elected and the latter took charge Capt arose and said a number of unqualified voters had taken part and also that the was not held according to call and had it been called prompt at two oclock he have a majority Collier said the protest came too late as the chairman had then been elected whereupon Capt Herndon requested his friends to keep their seats until Gen Collier complet ed his proceedings when they too would hold a convention This was done and each party selected their delegates and alternates twelve In number and sent them in QQ 9Q Lovely Hosiery Ta rIot AlSTON you lpoints lUc tlz meeting- in meeting lat Any UOinlJJlicaus SpUta set Jfor don wopld thenhad trqc ions j- t at t hs before Jmy is unoun 1tin from have Enlargement usual sire C C reported convention without i Dont forget Jtfly 4 is tIn tin fo r giving away tiVe lig Choking huge Josephs Get tickets ready FaimcrxAttciUlon Storage furnished for wheat G Yard for particulars Lancas FTcxt irZojiilay July 3 all holding tickets on the big Range at must present them All MUST JK I MOJfDAY eight 100000 bushels of wheat Highest market C C Glass Bro Camp Nelson Ky juni2U4t Hoosier Corn Planters Brown Cul tivators Johnston RKllci Jarring Disc Harrows Dccriiig Uiimte and Mow ers G S5AiNKS Taxes Town taxes due and prop erty owners should comeforward at once and settle This has to be done auld those putting it off too long will be put to extra expense G22lf E M WAwaas Collector V Messrs TL Sanders and Alex have rented the tine brick stable now occupied by Rice Benge They have not decided whether or not they will run it or rerent it Sir Eenge ig r in but as yet has not deckled upon a location TlmiMlay Nliilif The thq Presbyterian churcli will serve a suppar at residence of Mrs Margiiret Gill Thursday evening July Ith The supp r will consist of sand wiches coffee pickles salads ice cream shcrbert and cake Admission To and 25 cts l the IJoys One of the horses pulling the band to Kirksvillc Saturday Uxrk on homo and for a tint it look ed like the boys would have to hoof it to town lack IIjatt came to the res cue however and kindly loaned a mule Jack one of the cleverest fellows in the county and never so happy as when doing a good turn for anyone Kentucky KiHiors This years iiioetinjf f the Kentuc ky Press Association will be held at Henderson Ky Tuesday and July 11th and 12th At the close of the meeting the editors their wiv es daughters and sweethearts will an excursion toPetoskey Michigan via Chicago The entire trip will about a week Secretary R E Morningstar reports that a larger numlcr than usual is expected to take the trip which promises to be quite a delightful The only drawback to any community enjoying and rclining privileges of cooperation between the farmers themselves writes Mrs John B Sims of Entertaining in the Country in the July Ladies Home Journal Whenever a farming community realize that in themselves lie the means of educating their sons and daughters to love the farm and the farm home and that beqause one does not have tine privileges of the town or large city there is no reason why lIe should stagnate either mentally or socially they will have solvcdthe pro blem of how to live happily and ona farm air Far at icliMond The entry blanks for the four days fair to be held at Richmond the first week in August show some big purses which insures line sport Resides the Bankers Stake of 1000 offered by the four banks of Richmond for the saddle stallion mare or gelding any ago there are other good ones as follows Trots 215 Class 100 Class 222 Class 8KX 2yrold Class 218 Class SJOO 235 Class S400 300 Class 400 3yrold Class 300 R B Terrill Purse for Yearlings 150 Paces 217 Class 300 230 Class 300 224 Class 8300 2yrold Class S200 Foi other rings for saddle and harness horses see catalogue which will be sent upon application W Bales President or S A Deatheragc Sccre ary Teachers Institute TIter Garrard County Institute for white teachers will he held in the Court House at Lancaster on July 24 continuing five days with Prof J II Patterson of Lancaster Graded School as conductor On Tuesday evening the 25th an enter tainment entitled The Heart of Cuba will be given by Prof II K Taylor principal of Lou isville Training School TIe will be assisted by Senor Jose Andonegui a violinist of wide reputation The Colored Teachers Institute will convene at the Court House July 17 and continue live days to be con ducted by Prof C C Monroe of Ow ensboro On Tuesday evening tile 18th Prof Snoods baud will give an entertainment All teachers facing to attend the institute will their certificates 720 ELISA J LUSK Supt I I a t g ur Seen Tos p s Ii anted Leash Lie Stable will remain livery Suppcr ladies of is consume one country educational is lacl contentedly 2 400 300 J I condUcted df cJ i1A 5 Cot v price s TI2cJleetonItrkct art iiow ael2tecl Walker tells business sick the road Wednesday goon intelligent 27 to Monday n Get your Binder Twine at GAIXKS Tuesday Bring guesses Your account will be due July 1 I need the money and must have it R A STOKK Money to Loan On good real estate For particu lars apply at THE RECOUD oilice tf Ladies see OUt pretty Parasols They arc the latest best J JOSEPH lins buckles and goods this wecte Tjfo3trsosthc Jeweler A newsy communication from Stone bore no signature We cannot publish matter unless we know from whence it came The Advocate says a number of oung men are talking of giving an oldfashioned fair in Danville some time this fall The plan has Hot yet been perfected and will not be pushed until after Saturday Not having the to collect them I have left my accounts in the hands of E Brown for collection All those indebted will please call at his ottice the Court room and settle at once and save cost W II Lackey 4t by E Crab Ortijartl Springs Manager Gus Hcfman writes TriRECOUD to announce the formal open ing of Crab Orchard Springs on to morrow Friday Much money has been spent on the to put it in lirstclass condition for the season and everything points to a successful year We know of no more delightful place to rest and recuperate than at this famous resort Mr II extends a cordial invitation to his Garrard coun ty friends to come over ISroxvu Cogttr married The Nicholasvillc Journal says Mr B Y Cogar local manager of the Cogar Davis elevator and grain company was marrieoLat the home of the bride Miss Minnie Duncan near High Bridge Wednesday evening t The bride is a daughter of Mr John Duncan and is said to be an excellent young lady Mr Cogar resided in Lancaster for some time and by his gentlemanly deportment and honest dealings made many admirers and friends who extend congratulations lCrpons at Big Range a goes next Sour d I New lt Your n unnlc Police Brown agent prop c Jose s Jo9tifs 1 fancy Sian Naae 13y4at Notice time vty SUKVEVOItS 2XTOVX One Ijinc Completed into TOTTII anti work iJejruii on Another The ink was not dry on our last issue before the entire railroad surveying corps drove into town They were not expected for several days but they with the Burgin end soon er than anticipated The party was shown seve locations for a camp and it was decided to pitch the four tents the Graded School yard This makes a much better camp than one in the country as its convenient in every way quietand cool The party con sists of eight gentlemen and a colored cook They are Messrs Jerry amid E B Rcspess T W Walthall W II Lurk G M Clark C M Nelson and Chas Gambol This corps is the best in the Southerns service They have run eight lines for this company and all have either been completed or are now in course of construction In running this line Mr Rcspess tells us he has orders to make a one per cent grade with curves This goes to show the Southern wants to make the best possible roadbed over which to do fast through business Mr R says lie has been very fortunate in locating the line so far and has been able to his orders to the letter The party has completed one line into town coming what has been termed the Booties creek route This throws the line on the West side of town it crossing Danville street some where between the Dr Price and ICauffman property This line makes a distance uf about fourteen miles from Lancaster to much short er than was lirst hoped for Time corps will the line over the lirst pro route Of course nothing can be tltTof this until the exact line is It will take several days to di this work One frequently hears the question Will this road be To set at rest this querry THE RTtcoitD will say that it can state positively that it will be constructed and trains from Burgin to Lancaster within and through trains within two years provided thepeople of Gar raid county will do part in the right of way We can equally as positively that it will built through here if land owners demand injust prices for the right of way No trouble will be had in raising the cash to pay fur any land where the owner does not try to rub it in on the people but no reasonable man will contribute money to pay exhorbi tant prices for this right of way got through in Bur in built fUn- ning one year their securing A Robert corresponding carryout t1 run pose located state note Buckeye Churns are War anteif Gall and examine them JR HASELDENE TEAZLE TiBAffEIAH FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky V5IcC JOHXSIOX JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY JSOTHAYS JIHAMILTOX JEttOBi soN Hays Hamilton Kelson Att rjeys and Counselors at law LANCASTER KY TJOiIXSTO EMBALMING JOHN tJ 7r 1J dJt r Now is the Harvest tIme for BargaIn Buyers I pairs MENS SAMPLE SHOES to close out 175 Blacks and Tans These shoes range ill prices from to 500 We have them in sizes fj 6 and 7 We have a lot of LADIES SHOES at 50c 75c and 100 in sizes 1 to 3 Straw Hats at Cost Crash Hats at Cost See our CRASH SUITS at 250 300 and 350 tALL WOOL Crash Suits at 750 A lot of Soft Bo Shirts to close at 75ets worth 1 and 125 Beautiful Line of Shirts at 50C f Come and look at our NEW STYLE HATS just received All the new things in and HOSIERY Handsome line of NECKWEAR Prices lower than ever before I Logan x RobtnqH t 0 f t r 47 g- b Fifty at 4 4 in 300 612 colored UNDERWEAR t J c fyICENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY i PublisherIoumLANDRAlIk Jt mars YFAB IN ADVANCE 100 50 TEBEE 25 lONE I I THURSDAY June 29 18Oo POLITICS are hell and Im going to quit em remarked a Danville man the other day STRONG drink always gets the upper hand but Ridwine got a Whallen at Louisville this week THE country contingent the Lou isville convention certainly ought to now be well up on town ways Tim present manner of conducting politics is enough to make decent people resolve to never cast another vote Gov BIIADLEY is being widely for the strong efforts he makes to stop outlawry in the moon Lairs OF course Redwine would not set well with the Louisville convention members Whiskystraight was the order of the day TIlE republicans will have to hump themselves to interesting a lovefeast at Lexington was the Louisville convention C C MOOUK the Hairy Heathen has just been released from the Chio penitentiary and is being wined and dined by his infidel friends LIEUT Goy WoimnxrTOX is said to have announced as a candidate for governor If all the convicts that he has set free will vote for him the old codger should have no trouble of Thins latest trust formed is the and collin trust This leads the Fulton Leader to say The very a man can take with him on this earth even to heaven or sheol is a collin and yet the bloodthirty trusts hound him to the grave Tim press boys are having suits pressed and standing collars laundered to go on the annual outing The trip will be a great treat to those of the boys having the spare change to take it If they would meet at source other time of the year than the middle when houserent falls due more of the boys could attend COXGHESSMEX have been called for appointments to fill vacancies at West Point Military Academy There is no inducement for young men to go there and study military tactics After completing the course and giving the greater part of their lives to military matters they shoved aside to make room for polit ical iigure heads who dont know hay foot from straw foot IF the man who worries will only peep over the fence he will see others with burdens far heavier to bear Most every fellow thinks his load the heavier but take a look at the other poor devils striving to eek exis you will change your mind Next time you think you are having the hardest time befell mortal man peep in at the country newspaper man and you will conclude at once that you are in clover IT is stated that Gov Bradley will as soon as the Democratic convention is over see Goebel and other leaders and ask that no attempt be made to make political capital of the calling of an extra session of the Legislature to consider the situation in Clay county How anyone can get political capital out of the Clay county fried is hard to conceive All good citizens hope Gay Bradley will carry out his determination to break up the lawlessness no matter what the cost The Court of Appeals in an opinion by Judge Payntcr allirmed by judg ment of the Franklin Circuit Court and State Fiscal Court in the case of George etc vs Lillard Warden sus taining the parole law passed in 1880 The law was declared invalid and bv Governor Brown on his coming into ollice on the ground of interference with the pardoning pow er The court holds the law valid and that the power to parole is vested in the old Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners composed of the error Auditor Secretary of State Treasurer and Attorney General Powder CURES INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system is hcr to PRICE 25 For Sale i dtoberts v r jg tg 5 j C 5 3c J commended ha as winning casket upon art ou tan tauicc and which ever I Democratic I inoperative Gt German II liver I j CENTS Jt lathing their dre C1sfes- a r byE r d 5t S a Prsachersvllle Farmers about done harvesting W P Durham sold a nice male calf ip Ben Kennedy for 40 Mr W P Grimes bought 36 calves from James Roberts for about 15 per head We understand J B Ilutchins will teach the public school at Lawsons this fall J F Jloltzclaw met the Home Mis sion Board he being one of thatboard at Mt Tabor Saturday I believe that there is more trading at this place than is at any other place the size of Preachersville Ken tucky G A Siler has returned from the mountains with a car load of sheep and one of cattle J II Thompson bought in Rockcas tIe county about 35 hogs at 3c per lb Jallies Iligsby bought live hogs from Perry White which averaged 123 at 3 cents The secretary of the Central Fire Insurance Co of Lexington was here Thursday seeing after tile damage done to the house of J L Ilutchins during the storm Died of consumption at the home tf her father W T B White Mrs Rebecca Kennedy wife of Ben She had been member of the Baptist church for a number of years and died in the triumph of a living faith May the Lord bless the bereaved ones W P Durham has returned from Corbin where he has been on business and to sec home folk Mr and Mrs J L Payne was visiting relatives at Rowland Sunday Rev W T B daughter Miss Allie spent Sunday with W II Cummins and family John Culson of Bee Lick was here the other day Rev W C Clay and wife are at Cartersville in a protracted meeting If you are interested in horses you should subscribe for the American Stool Farm Lexington Ky The price is 200 per year but you can it from now until January 1 1900 for 100 if you will mention this when writing marSOtf Messrs W X Grow and A D Ford delivered their lot of lambs to Mont gomery Sweeney at live cents per pound Jack Baylor sold one yoke of oxen to Mr Ilendrcn of Madison for 100 Xormon Grow of Mt Hebron was in this locality last week cutting grass Business called Robert to Bryantsville Saturday Mr Paschal Miller of Owcnsboro visited relatives in this part of the county last week Mrs Mariah Lane Lota spent Wednesday with Wool ford Rancys family at Lock No S Mrs Bernice and children of McCreary arc spending the week with her par outs Mr and Mrs lack Ifaylor Mrs Stella Ford visited her parents Or and Mrs Evans of LancasterFri lay and Saturday Mrs Eliza has returned from a weeks visit to her daughter Mrs Spoonamorc of Hubble Nick Lane wife and little Annie have been visiting relatives at Nina Mr Scott our smith is from a wound on his arm by a horse biting him Jack and wife spent Friday with Jim Clark and wife of Sycamore Valley Miss Emma Baylor Messrs Wil tic and Edward Grow attended preaching at Mt Hebron Sunday We are pained to say that we have lost our assistant post master hut mimeo faithful Paul of old he had a Macedonian call and has taken his reaper and gone to other fields of la bur Hardly a day passes in families where there are children in which LINIMENT if not needed It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns and Scalls Price 25 and 50cts C C J E Stormes Mr Sam Myers wife and children of Illinois and Byson Myers and sis tcr of Jessamine visited their sister Mrs Wm Simpson last week Mrs Mollic Norris and little son Ben of Trimble county and Mrs Besner Mc Cormack bf Richmond visited their uncle Merrell Ilardin the latter part of last week Miss Etta Cotton and Mr II Roper Miss Tudor Hendren and Mr Paris of Kirks ville visited Miss Stella Broaddus Sunday Miss Pearl Ross of your city visited Mrs Alex Walker lust week Sam Mof felt and wife of Mt Hebron was with their sister Mrs L Forbes and Sunday Misses Myrtle and Lela Hendren of Madison were the guests of the Misses Hardwick from Saturday until Monday Mr Mary Thompson of your city was the guest of Miss Gulley last week Alex Durham and sister Miss Carrie visited the Misses Ilardin and ed preaching at New ntioehjSunday Miss Ira Ilendren and Marion Coy of Ivirksville was with Mrs A Walker Sunday Miss Nellie Bourne and brother Ernest was with their sis ter Mrs W K Warren Saturday night and Sunday Quite a number of the young folk of your town and Ivirksville attended the Childrens Day exercises at this place Old Sore Cut Bruise Sprain quickly with Banner Salve the greatest healing remedy in the world C J E jj I are Kennedy in her 2lth year White and secure paper Judson Broad us suffering caused Turner ALLARDS SNOW McCrearYii Saturday healed G c fullest x ae C Simpson Morley C after Any fir Storm A b to on is N S istrills Mrs A S Ilasclden is spelling her millinery out at cost It will pay you look at the bargains Go S Haseldens for a nice hand made saddle as he has a nice line of them and will sell as cheap as any house in the state A little child of Bob Whitakor fell a nail which panstratetl the skull Dr Elliott dressed the wound resting easy at this tim e Elder Allen will fill his regular at Pleasant Grove Sunday Rev Clark will fill his regular ap pointment the 2nd Sunday night in each month Also and Sunday and Sunday night at this place There is preaching at the Kentucky river each Sunday evening in the month beginning at four oclock There is a good attendance and good order Miss Claud Arnold has returned from a visit to her relatives in Miss Alice Dunn of Dan ville is visiting her mother Mrs Atha Dunn this week Miss Mittie Dunn has returned from a visit lo Miss Lulu Burls near Paint Lick Florence and Marie Dunn spent night and Sunday with Miss and Annie Ball Mrs Sparks has returned from a visit to friends in Jessamine Miss Jennie Nicholasvilic has been visiting her grandfather and mother Mr and Mrs Glass Henry Elliott has been the guest of his brother Dr Elliott Misses Jennie Arnold of Oklahoma and Ella of Lancaster have been the guests of Miss Mamie Bal lard the past week and wife of Danville visited here Mr and Mrs Crutchiicld of Lexington are visiting their J W Poor Misses Jennie Burn side Maggie Tomlinson and Anderson have been vifiting Mrs R A McGrath the past week Miss Nettie Parks of Mercer county is her aunt Mrs Norris For relief and comfort in Asthma COUSSEXS HONEY OF TAR has no equal Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormcs Oliver Boner sold to Clayton Arnold a nice combined saddle snob harness horse for 100 The musical at the school house was not very well attended They on ly made 770 2W M Gallagher of Bryan Pa says For forty years I have tried various cough medicines One Minute Cough Cure is best of all It relieves and cures all throat and lung trou hIes 1m Stormes Drug Store Miss Mary Lynn Mock of Danville is visiting her cousin Miss Rice Mrs Mary Letch er olasville is visiting Mrs Todd Scott and wife Little Nina Swope of Middleburg is visiting her ajmt Mis Jennie Swopc Mrs Geo Durham has been quite sick but is some bet tel at this writing Misses Sallie Herring Hallie Rice and Mary Lynn Mock spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Sallie Lou Myers at Buckeye Rev John A Bruce of Danville will preach at the Fork church Sunday Rev W M Kuydendall will not preach his farewell sermon as announc edDr J H Durham and Miss Mollie Hendrcn of Kirksville Tom Chesnnt and Miss Alta Bettis of Dan and Miss Lottie Bettis of visited Misses Sadie and Pearl Aldridge Sunday Mrs Win Broad dus accompanied by her neice Miss Lillie Ray of Buckeye spent Tuesdsy with Mrs Huston Ballard near Bry antsviile A very popular young lady of Lancaster was visiting in this community Sunday A gen tleman from that place became very uneasy when she did not return in the afternoon and fearing that some young gentleman was the recipient of her smiles drove five miles in the country to see if she was going to keep engagement with him ning DC Witts Little Early Risers acts af l faultless pill should cleansing and reviving the system instead of weak ening They are mild and sure small and pleasant to take and entirely free from objectionable drugs They assist rather than compete lm Stormes Drug Store The Farm and Ranch remarks that it was not Joaquin Miller who advisee farmers to plow up plant sheep but it is good advice anyway If the predisposition to worms in children is not cured they may become emaciated weakly and in danger of convulsions WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE is the most successful and popular remedy Price 25 cen s C C J E Stormes Never throw away radish tops beet tops or other garden Thechickens will appreciate them WOMANS NIGHTMARE She Shudders When She Realizes the Danger and Pain of Childbearing There is so much suffering and danger in store for the mother that her happy anticipation gives way to a which she must undergo This constant fear so preys upon mind of and makes babys coining a source of the greatest All the suffering and danger of the ordeal can avoided the use of Mothers Friend which prepares women Mothers Friend for bringing them safely through the most Every woman should send their address to the Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Georgia and receive free valuable on the subject ii e no I taJ appointment bridge Lancaster Saturday annie Saunders- of Ltayell C M Jennings father Alberta visiting lvIarksburjf instantly hall of Lancaster other Ill that their and at the the pain many women it them with terror the for this important event relieves and many exist r r 7 7 audit C Nic r ale young e G m soon 1a r A TIMELY HINT I You shoUld be wise and cee that your blood rich and pure and whole system put in a condition use of Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Then you will be free from malaria fever colds and the grip Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Price and 50c a Bottle For sale by R E McRoberts John W Ramsey and little neice Miss Myrtle Ray of Roskcastle are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs George B Wcaren and little daughter Josephine of Stanford and Master Harry Waller of Louisville visited J W Brown and wife a few days ago Dan Ray and Miss Lulu Simpson attended church at Hebron Sunday Louis Ray and sister Miss Cordelia visited their uncle Taylor Ray and family at Parksville and Sunday Miss Nora Saunders was a guest of Misses Maggie and Susie Sandidge last week Mcs dames Herod Ray and Wm Davis have returned from a visit to in Mercer Miss Hattie Jones is spending this week with friends in Madison Mrs Tames IIardwicl has been on the sick list Mrs Jeff Ilib bard was with her mother in Rich mond last v e ik Miss Etta Cotton of Madison has been qisiting Miss Allice Saddler and while there the bees swarmed and sue good natured like undertook to settle them and they either not likeing the sere mule she was giving them or were attracted by her pretty face Hew out after her She running lighting but not until the bees had stung little beauty enough to make her sick for several days BACKACHE should never bo neg lected It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long will result in Brights disease diabetes or other serious and often fatal FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is guaranteed for kidney disorder 1m C C J E Stormcs Mt Hebron A large crowd attended preaching here Sunday Henry Montgomery sold some corn at 150 per bbl to Mr Horn Mr Virgil Sherrow is on the sick list Mr Leisures house near Kentucky river was destroyed by lire last Wed nesday A very strange incident occurred here this week Monday came on Sunday Mr Hutchinson of Boyle was thro this vicinity last week representing the Rochester nursery If your sight is blurred with specks and spots floating before your eyes or you have pains on the right side under the ribs then your liver is deranged and you need a few doses of IIER BINE to regulate it Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes Mr Eldridge of Athens Fayette county visited his brother Robert Eldridge last week Robert Stone jf spent last Wednesday with his sister Mrs Maviah Mont gomery Wm Collier of Indianapo lis who has been gone front here elm en years is visiting friends and rela tires in this and Jessomine counties Messrs Sam Duncan and J B Osborn were in Harrodsburg Satur lay Mrs Marshal and daughte- rn Sam Allen of Georgetown are visiting Mrs Lizzie Allen Win Vhitaker and family visited W B Montgomery Sunday Alonzo Hans doll and wife of Bohon are with their relatives in this locality Miss Cc leste Simpson is the guest of Miss A E Scott Miss Nellie Bourne is vis iting her sister Mrs Kinnaird Wonei it McCreary M isses Lula and Rena Simpson accompanied by Messrs Dill and Ben Lane were at Ilebroh Sunday Mrs Ed Naylor is danger ously ill Thomas Thurman deputy sheriff of Troy Mo says if everyone in tin Jnited States should discover the yin sue of De Witts Witch Hazel Salvj fo jiles rectal troubles and skin disease the demand could not be supplied Ira Stormes Drug Store Flatwood W II Purr sold twelve lambs to Mr E L Woods for 525 per hundred amounting to 5502 W H Furr bought a cow and calf from Mr Oliver for 31 Aside from the serious mconvenicn e plain caused by piles there is a tendency to fistula and to cancer in the rectal regions allowed to run on unchecked TAB DERS BUCKEYE PILE O I N T MENTis an infallible remedy Price 0 cts a bottle tubes 75 cts J E Stormes Revs A J Pike and T P Bryant tncl Mr J B Parks spent Sunday at W II Mrs Lovell spent last week at Mrs Graysons There was preaching at Good Hope Suiday by the pastor Rev A J Pike of Brodhead HAS NATURE WARNED YOU Nature herself clad In the early garbs of blossoms forth trees flowers causing the despondent chord to vibrate to this the you feel Have that the forerunner of Chills Malaria and Fever If not this consult us as our advice costs yon nothing Call on your and a bottle of Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Take one dose a day at bed time for six then follow a bottle of Yucatan Chill Tonic following the directions and after two weeks course of these two great remedies you will feel like the flowers in the spring Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season the atmosphere Is full of germs If above These Remedies in stock sold by R E McRoberts is I 2 c I BuckeJ1e I Saturday relatives complaints H Lan aster lay and Piles should not bC C C 1 urrs of all springtime and how do OU as it is as indication of sickness avoid this necessary system warns you r 5 the C C Typhoid by load s y w A C No More Shakes Yucatan Tasteless i Chill k Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Take a Worthless Substitute 4 Insist PRICE 5QC- K E Mclloberts Mr IT B Riy sold to some Madison linn two calves for 10 Mr Charles Mobarly sold to Jim Jones one harness horse for 40 Mr Allen Moberly of stricken with paraylsis on last Saturday and is not expected to rc A swell wedding is soon to be expect ed not far oil I can not mention any name but riding from the North of Back Creel to its head you would pass the Houses f the bride and glOom Several of the Buckeye belles with their best fellows were at Freedom church on last Sunday Mrs O J Moberly of this place is very sick at this writing Mrs E1U roll Jones Ray is visiting Mr Alex Ray of Mad ison county this wool Last Sunday was regular meeting day at Fredom church the pastor J S Wills was not at his appointment but was attending the general asso ciation at Mt he sending Rev George Thompson of Bourne to lill his pulpit which was done to the satisfaction of all present and if Bro Thompson would give his time and the house of the Lord J A Shear of Sedalia Mo savde his child from death by croup by using One Minute Cough Cure It cures coughs colds pneumonia la grippe and all throat and lung troubles Im Sormes Drug Store Wheeler Wtlsoa Sewing Machine g It TRY j I on YUCATAN I Nina Cartersville- was Gospelhe C over Rotary Motion ant Ball Bearin sR I R t iii r RALIt sale Arnold Lancaster Kentucky J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIULE KENTUCKY Swjcr Apt fos AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO and LIFE INSURANCE SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE I IFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton AgtsO- ffice over Post Office LAXCASTKK KKNTUCKV ORGANIZED 1883 Par b- yE w and IRE FIRE AN Dr all t kRINE 4J HBfflS NATIONAL BAR OrtANCABTEE ETY Capital 50OOO Surplus Fuad 1OOO BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful 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our Patrons and give you the Best Values for Least Money THE J L Prohman Co I DANVILLE KTr v YV- mAAmmmmmmmmmM mm mm mIffmiffiffiffIffIffIff ffflf ffmm mmm iffmmlff f 20 U 0 0 Oil 00 u 00 04004 Dill II II II II II II It 11 k G E J J LBr jt t p y UEJNTKAL KEUOKD THURSDAY June 29 I89o Uncle Claborn Lear remains quite i Mrs Margaret Robinson is visiting relatives in Danville Miss Tillie Arnold is visiting Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold Mrs Frith and children have been visiting Mrs If M Ballou Col and Mrs John W Poor visited Mrs W R Cook this week I Miss Sue Layton of Covington is visiting Miss Jennie Gulley Miss Nellie Dillon leaves tomorrow to visit friends at Richmond Ed Walton and Joe Waters were the newspaper men here Monday Miss Florence Harris is spending three weeks at Dripping Springs Mrs William Hughes has returned from a visit to relatives in Mrs Nannie Corn and two sons were guests of T W Reid and family Sun day Richmond Pantagraph Miss Bolton is visiting relatives in Gar rardMisses Louise and Frankie Kauff man are visiting relatives in Hustoii ville Judge M D Hughes is working up Maccabee insurance in Danville this week Miss Amanda Anderson is in Crab Orchard where she will spend several weeksMrs Henry Faulconer left Tuesday to spend several weeks at Dripping SpringsLyman Ryan has about recovered from the injuries received by a fall last week County Clerk John Duncan is enjoy ing a wellearned vacation at Cumber land Falls Miss Margaret Hackley of George town College is visiting relatives in LancasterMiss Sweeney has returned from a visit to Miss Jennie Shumate in Danville Mrs Mary II Letcher of Nicholas yule is the pleasant visitor of Mrs Todd bcott Miss Nannie Harris leaves to visit relatives in Louisville and Stanford Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville s visiting her parents Squire Kin naird and wife Mr II M Ballou has about recover ed from a spell of illness and is back at his grocery Mrs W R Cook entertained Mr and Mrs Letcher Owsley at tea evening Miss Sue Sutton of Marksbury is dsiting her sister Mrs Ben Hughes on Danville ave Misses Cohen and Dickerson of Xlcholasville have been visiting Mrs Letcher Owsley Gen D R Collier and wife attend ed the funeral of Capt Dobyns at Danville Sunday Rev 3Iassee has gone to Georgia to see his father mother who are seriously ill Miss Mary Elizabeth Marksbury of Marcellus is the guest of Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury Miss Vesta Lackey of Kansas City Mo is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Misses Ellene Hiatt and Georgie Henry are the guests of Miss Katha r ne Hood of Shelby City Mrs W Simpson Elkin of Atlanta Ga is spending a few weeks with her sister Miss Jennie Duncan Mesdames Cotton and Burnside of Danville have been visiting Mes dames Hudson and Rigney Mr James W Griffin and family after a visit to relatives in this city e have returned to Lexington Miss Lula Anderson entertained a few friends Friday evening in honor of Miss Clara Haun of Texas Miss Maggie Tomlinson left Tues day for an extended visit to friends in Lexington and Flemingsburg i Little Misses Harriett and Margar et Vennetta of Danville are visiting their aunt Miss Sallie Lou Myers Misses Hallie Rice of Marksbury Mary Lynn Mock of Danville have been visiting Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mr Pendleton of Georgia student from Seminary is the guest of Rev Massee and tilled his pulpit Sunday eveningMiss Leaven has returned home after a pleasant visit to her cousins Misses Jennie Kavanaugh and Florence Burnside v Miss Lizzie Thompson has returned from a visit to Marksbury relatives She left Monday to visit relatives in Hustonville and Stanford Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside gave a luncheon last Thursday even ing in honor of their cousins Misses Burnsine of Barbourville Lex Herald MrF E D Potts was recently elected Vice President of the State Childrens Home Society with headquarters at Louisville I 0 ill Perryville vi Atlantai i LPEtsoAliI Bessie tomorrow Wednesday Miss Pearl Hill is visiting Mrs Taj lor Burdett at Bryantsville Mrs Eliza Farris has returned from several days visit to Danville Mrs B F Wal ter and son Robert have returned from a visit to R L Salter and family of Danville t Mrs J R Hill leaves Thursday to visit friends in Middlesboro and Pineville for the benefit of her health Prof Henry Elliott of Mayfield was in town this week mingling with old friend He was returning from the big convention at Louisville The Nicholasville orchestra has been organized and Brown Anderson Char ley Denman and Brown Cogar all well known in Lancaster are connected with it Mrs W S Grinstead and daughters Misses Kate and Nellie of Millersburg and Miss Annie Spoonamore of Stan ford visited Mrs Hunley Singleton this week Col W L Fergurson Judge J S Robinson Mr J V Cook Judge R A Burnside Crafty Burnside and Thurmond Anderson are among the guests at Dripping Springs Mrs Chas Whitwer and handsome little son Charles Fox and Miss Arm strong of Dallas Texas will arrive Saturday to visit their grandparents Capt and Mrs F J White Nicholasville Journal Tom Under wood the popular and accommodating transfer agent at B D Spears livery stable is reported ill of fever at the home of relatives near Parksville Boyle county Jacob Joseph G S Greenleaf Joe Haselden Alex Bishop R II Tomlin son Henry Patterson Jack Iliatt Louis Land ram and several other Master Masons attended the Kirks ville celebration Saturday A few friends were entertained Tuesday evening by Misses Allie Bet tie and Mary Anderson in honor of their cousin Miss Clara Hann of Texas Lovely refreshments were served and an enjoyable evening spent Joe Waters said some mighty nice things about TIlE RECOUDS editor in the last issue of the Lincoln Demo crat all of which are highly Joe had to draw upon his im magination powerful hard to write tliem Misses Carrie Taylor of Augusta Ky and Mary Beazley of Stanford are the pretty and charming guests of Misses Alice and Lizzie Hudson on Danville avenue Tuesday delightful picnic was given at the iron bridge in their honor A charming houseparty is being given by Miss Elsie Palmer this week at residence of her brotherjnlaw Mr J M Higginbotham Tic guests are Misses Jennie White of Richmond Annie Higginbotham of Marcellus Annie Perkins of Marksbury Willie Belle Burnside of Lancaster George Smith Jr left Tuesday for Cumberland Falls where he will special reporter for several of the daily papers TIlE RECORD will hear from him also George has proved himself a good correspondent In re porting he is careful painstaking and to give both sides of all mat a perfectly fair manner Last Sunday was Childrens Day at the Methodist church and the were very interesting One of the most entertaining features was Curly Locks a well delivered aud spoken oration by Master Joseph Rogers a tot of twoandahalf He spoke Little Miss Muffet in response to an encore The little fellow never hesitated a moment and was as selfpossessed as a College graduate Then beautiful little Miss Ada Wesley of the sane tender age recited She was as pret ty and coquettish as a maiden of Her recitation was Mothers Kisses Miss Helen Grace Patterson was expected to add to the novelty of the occasion but most peremptorily declined as the Superintendent Prof Patterson was unavoidably absent Cured When Other Failed S A Ingalls Crown Point N Y Writes My wife suffered from kidney trouble for years She consulted sev physicians and tried a number of Kidney Cures without getting relief was induced to try Foleys Kidney and in less than a week after she using it she was greatly and three bottles cured her C C J E Stormes Iced Water Preferable to Ice Water Iced water is preferable to ice a ter iced water being cooled by the ice without being brought in direct contact with it The less ice water one drinks the better Ice water ones is there is a greater tendency to desire drink as ice water slakes the thirst for a moment but dues not quench it July Ladies Home Journal No Right to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be must keep her health If she is sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her blood will cause pimplest blotches skin eruptions and a wretch ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to pu ify the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good charming woman of a invalid Only 50 cents at R E Roberts Drug Store laa I appreciated afternoon- a summers handsome sixteen II She Cure began improved increases thirstthat impure looking acts strikes exercises bly inasmuch attractive Rio Ills Life was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen f Hannibal Mo lately had wonderf ul deliverance from a frightful deatho In telling of it he says I had taken Typhoid Fever that ran into pneumo nia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave great relief to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvellous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 1m ST JOHNS DAY Enjoyable and Appropriate at KIrksvIIle lattt Saturday June 24th is always a big day with Masonic lodges the world over wherever it is convenient a big picnic and celebration is held Several lodges usually unite and have one big gathering Kirksville lodge No 183 decided to do the honors this year and the announcement was hail ed with delight by surrounding breth ren The day was a beautiful oneand the lovely woodland opposite Bro Coys just beyond Kirksville never looked more inviting From 1000 to 1500 people assembled early in the day Some annoyance was caused bj the Lancaster band failing to show up at the proper time but when it did arrive and the folks learned the delay was caused by a sick horse all extend ed the forgiving hand to the boys ami proceeded to entertain them with a kindness the musicians surely appre ciated A large stand was erected under a canopy of maple trees and seats arranged far out on each side for the audience Bro J W Moore Master of Kirksville lodge called the assembly to order and delivered the address of welcome Bro W P Prew itt an exceedingly bright Mason and a mighty clever man introduced the speakers First came lion Grant E Lilly of Richmond who gave a very interesting talk upon Masonry and its foundation At the conclusion of his speech dinner was announced Spread upon snowy linnens beneath the state ly trees was a feast tit for ye gods Spring chicken old ham beef mut ton salads all kinds of breads and in fact everything that goes to make up a firstclass Kentucky dinner was there and bountiful quantities of it Sweetfaced girls and handsome wo men to and fro determined that no one should leave hungry It was a dinner which a fellow enjoys not one made up of knickknacks and trash but consisted of wholesome de lightfully prepared solid food Dinner over the crowd again assem bled about the speakers stand and the band livened up things by a few pa triotic airs Rev Ira Parton was then introduced and made a forcible and eloquent talk which was greatly en He was followed by lIon R FI Tomlinson of this city The big dinner evidently set well with Bro Tomlinson as we have never heard him make a better speech than he did there He devoted most of his talk to the manner in which the Musonic protected the widows and and his touching words brought tears to many an eye We have had the pleasure of attending quite a num ber of fraternal gatherings with Bro Tomlinson and heard him make many talks but his address Saturday was by far the best we have ever heard made by anyone Speeches on such generally consist in brushing cobwebs off the moon and picking stars from the heavens but none of the speakers did this Saturday conse quently the cold facts interested the people and will have a good effect for thefraternity Bro A J Pike also made an interesting talk replete with Masonic history and other entertaining matterIt the intention to have some children from the Orphans Home at tend the celebration but their school was not closed and only two pretty little girls could be there The mem bers of Kirksville lodge will always have reason to feel proud of the days doings and we can assure them their visitors will never forget the kind and hospitable way they were received and treated L L TIle Eagle King oC all Birds is noted for its keen sight clear aud distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids Sold at 25cts McPoberts Drug Store 1m A strange disease is affecting mules in Breckinridge and Handcock coun ties The animals first become afflict ed then which always prove fatal Some very valuable animals have accumbed to the disease at Pellville Ky There is a time for all things The time to take DeWitts Little Early Risers is when you are suffering from constipation biliousness sickhead a he indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles 1m Stormes Drug Store Pemberton Son of Horse Cave Ky bought four good mules from farmers in Allen county Ky atprices ranging from 70 to 100 Coughed 25 years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells It has saved my life J C Rosen Grantsburg Ill McRoberts Drug Store 1m Icontin- ued Celebration and neighborhood flitted fraternity occasions with a colic and go into spasms PineTarHon- ey orphans of No it is not claimed that Foleys Honey and Tar will cure CONSUMPTION or ASTHMA in ad vanced stages it holds out no such false hopes but DOES truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure STOREsrORIES DRUG CAPT CEO II DOBYNS iff A Kindly Gentleman and Loyal Clttz tin Danville Advocate Captain George II Dobyns an old and highly esteemed citizen of Dan ruble died Friday evening after an of about six months The funeral was held yesterday at half past three oclock a the Methodist church by Rev J R Savage It was attended by a large congregation and the remains wen followed to the grave by a processioi which attested the love and esteem in which the deceased was held Com rades of Wellington Harlan Post bore the casket to its resting place anc there draped with the flag which tin Captain loved so well and laden with flowers from hundreds of loving hands the weary body was laid away Captain Dobyns had been in failing health for years but until about six months ago was able to go about At that time he began to decline lition became a matter of serious con and though all that skilled and loving care from family and friends could do was freely given the sufferer grew weaker and weaker until the end came peacefully to close the chapter of a useful life George II Dobyns was born in Virginia sixtyfour years ago and came to Kentucky when quite a young man At twentyone years of age he carried Mary Robinson daughter of Richard M Robinson of Camp Dick Robinson They have one child Rich ird of Knoxville When the War of the Rebellion broke out Mr Dobyns was among the irst to answer the call for volunteers to defend the Union and he entered the Union Army becoming a member f General Nelsons staff His and loyalty attracted the attention f his superiors and after doing good service in the early preparations Pres ident Lincoln commissioned him istant Quartermaster with the of Captain He served throughout the war and was honorably discharged it its close In politcs Capt Dobyn1 vas a Republican but maintained in this the same liberality which his entire life He was i church a consistent one from his youth up He was for many years one of the most faithful mitten dants in the Methodist Sunday school But it is not as a soldier and as acit izen though he had honorable careers as as a man of extreme and goodness will Captain Dob yns be most tenderly remembered There was in his heart a feeling of brotherly love for all men and he was ever ready to spread the mantle of charity where others might have or derided Added to tins was a genial disposition which made him pleasant as a companion and valued as a friend He loved little children and they in turn loved of the most genuine tests of nobility of heart His devotion to his little niece and her beautiful affection foi him was one of the tenderest incidents of his life The widow who shared his compan ionship for nearly fiftyyears from her very girlhood and who also shared with him many of the hardships ol war in behalf of her country as wet as the kindred here and in Virginia have in their sorrow the sympathy of hundreds who knew and loved this kindly Christian gentleman The angels who guard the bivouac of time dead watch over no soul more gen tle no spirit filled with a truer love for humanityVolcanic Eruptron Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running Fever Sors Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Wrats Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives ou Pains and Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Me Roberts Druggist 1m In Anderson county the wheat crop is not half as good as last year and the yield will be less than onehalf the usual average yield Weak Eye Are made Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and so n a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Stor Wheat will not be half of the aver age yield in Owen heads are very light What you want is not temporary from piles but a cure to stay DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures piles and they stay cured 1m Stormes Drug Store W L Caldwell Danville Ky sold to Henry Kersting of Missouri one Jack for another party for 225 Passes afternoon his con ern I Asi characterized memberand bothbut blamed himone and lm countythe Away Friday illness attention Eastern capacity gentleness relief cured K Paint Lick The Commencement at Berea was a rand success A great many from round here went and had a nice time M lore Co ran their Hack and d 15 passengers All of the livery igs were out that day and the livery nen made good money Dr Poyntz and Dr Cosenberge of his place attended the Commence nent at Berea also Mr Jim Butner he polite clerk of Moore Co The Picnic given by the Masons at was a good one There were about 1000 people attended and lad a nice time There was speaking m the ground by several distinguish gentlemen from Richmond Lancaster and other points Lancaster Band urrished good music for the occasion Paint Lick has another sidewalk unning from R L Jennings Co across to Fish Co Drug store You get up in time mornmg tired a bad taste in the mouth and headache whats the matter Biliousness Take DeWitts Little Early Risers hey regulate the liver and cure con stipation pleasantly and promptly Never gripe 1m Stormes Drug Store Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumptson Dr Bells neTarIIoney will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentylive cents at McRob erts Drug Store 1m A Peculiar World This is a peculiar world says an One man is saving money to ouild a house another trying to sell his for less than it ost to build it One is spending all the money he can make in taking his girl to the theatre and sending her flowers with the hope jf making her his wife while his neighbor is using what money he has getting a divorce One man es apes all the diseases flesh is heir to md gets killed on a railroad Anotli escapes with only a scratch and lies with the whooping cough One man stands off his creditors and goes traveling to the lakes or mother stays at home and pays his debts BisniarcUg Iron Nerve Was the resultof health Indomitub twill and tremendous ener gy arc not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the access they bring use Dr Kings Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Seven Good Point A writer in an exchange has the following The citizen who doesnt like mow ors is generally one who is too lazy to ut weeds The man who talks loudest about hard times is the man who does the least to make times good He who says life is not worth the living gets frightened the worst at the rirst suggestion of death The farmer who is always dissali fi d with the weather and poor cropsis the one who spends onehalf his time in bed and the other half in town The individual who is always com plaining because the world appears to have a grudge against him is tile one who is always doing something to of rend people The woman who spends three days out of the week complaining of the unkind things people are saying about her consumes the other four in mean things about somebody A sallow jaundiced skin is a symp tom of disordered liver as it springs from biliary poisons retained in the blood which destroys energy cheerfu ness strength vigor happiness and life IIERBINE will restore the natural functions of the liver Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes Cigarette Smoking One of the gravest facts relating to the harmfulness of cigarette excess is one that has lately come to light in two distinct cases recently related with initials and dates by Dr Forbes Winslow it was necessary to apply leeches to persistent cigarette smokers To the no small surprise of the doctors respectively in attendance both the are very strong vitality presently their hold and were observed to drop dead So notable was this fact that the experiment was tried of leeches to other patients who were then under treatment for exces sive cigarette smoking and in every case the leeches died almost immediate ly Distinct traces of the dangerous empyreumatic oil that is off by t bacco under certain conditions were found in the leeches The same tried with excessive smokers witn no apparent injury to the leeches card irksville tore Know r splings while n smoking- to leechesthey creatnres of applying t ment was f C C C authority ii iiis splendid New 45 observed saying released 4TA 3- S S 1 INTERESTING STATE NEWS f- fi cc C2 PuATTEMPTED KILLING By Four Feet Assassins Mssrd i hoot log Beverly linker anti Garraid Near Manchester BARnounsviLlE ICy June 28 Some details have received here of the attempted killing of Beverly Baker and Edward Garrard near Manchester Saturday Four shots were firod from bushes on a hill opposite Bakers housa on Goose creek One lodged in the door jamb four feet from where flake was sitting Beverly is a cousin of Tom Baker As Edward Garrard was en route from his home to his farm three strangers approached and asked him to take a drink of whisky refused they said they would him if he did not Garrard was afraid the liquor might be poisoned and regarding it giving three of his farm hands time to him which they did and the strangers disappeared The Garrards are Baker supporters SrniXGFiELD Ky June 27 At a picnic held on Beech river near J Will Burkhead shot Dave The shooting is said to have been un provoked The wound is not nece sar ily fatal Burkhead is the same man wo by the alleged stealing of the of the wife of Bob Mattingly caused the latter to kill his wife and then himself about a month ago Burkhead hs not been arrestedi Kentuckys Chaatanqua LnxixoTox Ky June 27 The thir teenth annual meeting of the Ken tucky Chautauqua assembly begins Woodland park here on Tuesday when r W L Davidson will begin what promises to be a successful gathering A large number of tents have been pitched on the grounds and the are that there will be more campers this session than last year lie Used a tliotgun SOMERSET Ky June 27 At Powells Valley near this place John Sumpter and Quarles Phelps engaged in a dim culty and Sumpter shot and badiy wounded Phelps The weapon used was a Winchester shotgun loaded with No 4 shot The a posse are in pursuit of Sumpter who escaped Phelps condition is s rius Ono of the Delegates Koped LOUISVILLE Ky June 25 During one of the many adjournments taken by the democratic state convention in this city one of the delegates Dr M W Hyatt of Bloomfleld eloped to Jef fersonville and was married to Miss Notch Durrett The bride is a beauti ful young woman A Ilaywlck Merchant lUlled LEBANON Ky June 27 A telephone message from Kay wick says that B A Edelen killed John Alvey is a merchant of Raj wick and a member of the Head Distilling Co As the telephone office at that place is located in his store this explains why no particulars can be learned ON Ky June 21 vieve Farley who became famous as the daughter of the 4th Kentucky regi ment of volunteers last year was Friday at Mobile Ala to Charles E Hoard a journalist of New Orleans She was considered one of the most beautiful girls in Kentucky She is 1U Judgo J Quiury Ward bead PARIS Ky June 28 Judge J Quin cy Ward died near Paris Tuesday morning lie was a former judge of the superior court of Kentucky ex county judge of Harrison county a prominent democrat and noted breeder of fine trotters Nuonan on Hand LOUISVILLE Ky June 25 John J Xoonan of Covington arrived at the Gait house Friday and joined the Goc bel boomers Senator Goebcl despite the many matters occupying his found time to give tha hustling JohnJ a hearty handshake Kentucky Miller Met 4 LEXINGTON Ky June 28 Tho Ken tucky Millers association held its quarterly meeting Tuesday and dis cussed wheat and the milling ou look Some counties in the Blue Grass givo Will Go In time Stud LEXINGTON Ky June 28 The noted racers Handball and Clcophns both broken down arrived here Tuesday Handball goes in the stud at McGrath iana while Clcophus will be mated with some leading sire Lcws County for Stone VANCEBLIG Ky June 21 A cor e Bpondcnt has been reliably informed that Lewis county republicans will in struct for State Auditor Stone for gO ernor The republican mass tion has been called to meet July 8 This county is entitled to 21 votes Louisville 1layeis to Be JZcIeatcd LOUISVILLE Ky June is to be a shakeup in the Louisville club The management refuses to tell what players are to suffer but it is certain Ktcher Magee is to go j Taylor fo Governor LAGRANGE Ky June the county convention held here Monday afternoon the four delegates verc instructed to cast the votes of this county for Wm S Taylor for gov ernor At Green BOWLING GREEN Ky June 25 The republicans of Warren county instruct ed delegates to the state convention for William Taylor for governor and George A Collett of this city for sec jretary of stat been talkedawhile overtake at a JIcnic affections It indications sheriffand I a Urhle Gene married attention discouragingreports 24There 2SAt republican t j i f Eu wax 1 Whit hit Shooting herat Edt len Won Lovely con nfl F howling B a FEAR NEW FEUD ISSUE Clay County May Co Abolished and the Leaders in Troubles Thrown Out of Their Jobs MANCHESTER Ky June 27 Sheriff P White jr is much disturbed over the turn of affairs in the BakerHow ard feud Because of the killing of Tom Baker while a prisoner in charge of the state troops and the determination of Gov Bradley to call ah extra session of the legis lature which will likely abolish the county of Clay adding the territory to adjiining counties the officials are at loss to know what to do White had retained 23 men as deputy who usually did the fighting These deputies have now been dispersed it being the aim of the officials to quit the town as much as possible until the danger is past ALIVE AND WELL No Truth in time Itopnrt 1 hat Sheriff Bev erly V title of Clay County V as Shut and Killed In Manchester LOUISVILLE Ky June 28 A special from London Ky says There is not a shadow of truth in the story printed in Louisville Tues day that Sheriff Beverly P White of Clay county was shot and killed in Manchester Monday evening A messenger has just arrived from Manchester and informs the corre spondent that he left Sheriff White at S oclock Tuesday morning alive and well Everything is quiet at Man chester and there is absolutely no foundation for the iby Baker Named fer Its Father MANCHESTER Ky June 24 Mrs Emma Baker wife of Tom Baker assassinated by rival feudists has given birth to a boy her son She has named the boy after his father Her oldest son is now in jail at Bai charged with killing Howard and Burch Stores The situation in Manchester is unchanged and most of the feudists who in the county go about heavily LOUISVILLE Ky June John Young Drown toLl John T the Paris Ky politician that he was a candidate for United States sen ator Browns latest move has been discussed to considerable extent and tho politicians aro at a loss to under stand it It Is said that Brown gave it out that he would not run against Blackburn and he is therefore thought tobe a candidate for Deboes shoes two 3ears later Uses Both Its IleadtI- lARKODsnuRG Ky June 2S Joe Brown has a twoheaded chicken The little twoheaded thing lives and cats with the others of its breed of picking up food with both bills at time same time it uses one for a while then the other allowing a sum cient intermission for rest and in more ways than one shows that it has twice as much ability as oneheaded chickens A Protest From Mercer County HARROPSRURG Ky June 28 A mass convention held Monday passed reso lutions indorsing John 15 Thompson for his course in behalf of the nomi nation of Hon P Wat Hardin for gO ernor and condemned the interference of the Louisville municipal police force in the democratic TIme resolutions were signed by 100 democrats The nights of Lantllord LOUISVILLE Ky June 28 Judge Evans Tuesday handed down an im portant decision with regard to bank rupts when he held that a landlord has a claim for rent due 120 days prior to the filing of the petition in and that although the claim had boen filed as an unsecured one it could be amended and the claim al lowed as a priority GreatGrandson Objected DANVILLE Ky June 28 William Newsom near Lima 0 and Mrs Emily Jane Gray were married here Monday by Inv E M Green Both of the contracting parties are past 75 years of age The only objection to the match came from a greatgrandson of the Must Decline the Honor SOMERSET Ky June 27 W A Mor row has announced that he is forced to decline to run for lieutenant governor of Kentucky before the republican convention on account of his health Rockcastle republicans instructed him He is the son of T Z Morrow A Fatal Horseback Hide WILIIAMSTOWN Ky June 24 Chas Woodton aged 70 while driving a wild horse was thrown over an em bankment near here Thursday after noon He fell on his head breaking his neck Death was instantaneous Murderer Uurcli Must Hang i MIDDLESBORO Ky Tune 20 At Taze well Claiborne County Tcnn Charles II Burch was sentenced to be hanged August 11 for killing Nat Cloud in a fight last August Ben Johnson was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment Killed One Wounded Another and Es caped GLASGOW Ky Tune and Dick Temple at Fountain Run Mon roe county became involved in a with Tom Adkins Jasper was and instanty killed and Dick wounded Atkins escaped The Groom Shot Himself CARLISLE Ky June M who shot himself accidentally Thuisday died Saturday afternoon He was a prominent stock trader and had been married but a few weeks fj s 41I d I I sheriffsI i story whoa 11th our ilIe Wilson remain Brown a Candidate for Senator 24ExGo Hinton Instead state convention bankruptcy brides fort 27Jasper difficulty shot 27W Shannon ii f ar s med I am standing a nice Jersey Bull a 100 cash m25tf E L ELXIST Austin Jlarlan sold his horse Dandy this week for 225 Every crop reported in the National Census is grown in Tennessee Every boy and girl should learn to ride a horse gracefully and well Layingfby and harvesting is al the go at present Gal has a giant mowing nnchicne which cuts a strip of wheat 30 feet wide Germs of tugcrculoisis were found in every cow of a herd of 02 that were rcceiucd at the stock yards in Chicago on the 19th The thoroughbreds have had another boom in the cast At a recent sale 17 head averaged Sl83 The average ago of horses in the British army is estimated to be eight years It is important to milk clean from the first as retention of milk in the it Butter wrapped in parchment paper looks better and neater in every way than if wrapped in cloth Try changing the flock of sheep from one pasture to another every week or ten days and see if it is not better for the sheep and letter for the pasture Doas your yield 6000 pounds of milk a year If she docs not you can a cow that will It remains for you to say whether or not you want such a cow The News estimates that Bourbon countys crop of Bluegrass seed will amount to about 200000 bushels which will put 75000 in the pockets of the farmers T T Bush has bought recently 150 hogs for July delivery at 3 c He also bought of John B Crow six heifers weight 1000 lbs for July delivery at bit Winchester Democrat There is no other live stock which will make so much value in a given time as the is a good horse Give him a place henceforth in farm system but know just what you are doing David Shafer has sold his tine race filly Lady Ctirzon to Eastern parties for 1500 She is only two years old but has started in eight races this season winning six was second once and third once One advantage in coaxing your hens to lay in winter is in their becoming broody early in the spring and in only that way do we get the early pullets for the laying season the next fall No better prices are obtained for the product of the farm than when they liVe fed to dairy cattle they are made to go farthest and the manure is available for return of the fields which gave the crops To cure piles STKIKE AT TIm HOOT thats the way DeWitts Witch Tin zal Salve STKIKES AT TILE UOOT it re moves the CAUSE quickly and perman ntly Dont squander time and money in a vain effort to remove the EFFECTS tin Stormcs Drug Store John H Gentry is in training to go after Star Pointers re ord of 150J On Friday of last week ie paced the Detroit track in 2OGi tie covered the first quarter in 50 sec mils slowed up to the half mile in 104 then gradually increasing paced the last quarter at a twominute gait As a permanent investment for old age or a nest egg for your children nothing will exceed a large patch of rliebcst timber suited to your locality There is no better life insurance for the farmer as it keeps tbevinvestment in his own hands and is sure of a final return if be is only attentive to the trees The Ilarrodsburg Democrat says Vbe Colemans string of trottcis is jetting into line shape and will soon be ready to face the starter Mr expects to leave soon on a brief preliminary tour ings in Illinois before striking the big circuit as his horses are a little be iiind in their preparation TIe has several that be expects to give a good account of themselves Mr AV J Loughridge the well known Lexington hemp merchant to Eastern parties 48000 pounds if hemp for export The hemp will e loaded here and shipped direct to New York and thence to Amsterdam Ir Loughridge declined to state the price but indicated that it wassold at good figure This is the larget hemp to a foreign port from Lexington in several months The whole face of the country not DIGEST YOUR FOOD cent of all sickness is caused by food not being properly digested it creates pm sons your blood anti then you are liable to almost any disease the human is heir to Use Dr Carlstedto German Liver Powder and watch the results You will foci he effects after one dose Give it trial and be convinced Price 23c Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children For sale by j E E McRoberts f J Sprague orn TIed lands t udder injures cow et I horsethat thoroughbred I I preparing Coleman 1 of i1C goes C11 I I you X r at some smaller meet d pment it it O in cultivation this year is covered with a vigorous growth of white blos som This imported pest usually confined to meadows has not only the clover and timothy fields many bluegrass pastures are for this summer at least by invincible ravages Stock will touch white top and farmars should devise some way to get rid of the pest Sharpsburg World The pollen from timothy blossoms is very irritating to horses when ifc iscut in this stage says the Farmers Journal Hence the grass is left until the seed has formed by which time the stalk becomes dry and of little feeding value The very best timothy hay for horses is made whon this grass begins to send up its seed stalk But has not the weight or substance that a later cutting will give This is one reason why timothy hay needs so mucl grain to be fed with it to make good feed for horses A disease that seems as deadly as any that ever broke out among stock caused the death of three horses at The strange disease bafiled the veterinarians who each case but found on postmortem examinations had been incorrect Worms were found in the vitals of the dead animals and these are supposed to have caused the death of each animal A horse when so attacked lives but a few hours The matter has caused consternation among the owners of stock in Daviess count invaded bU ruined Home diagnosed that i 1 Lat n wensboro thnei rdiagnosis r RATES OH ACCOUNT THE GREAT NATIONAL SAEiMGERFEST ON SALE JUNE 27TH TO JULY 1ST OPPORTUNITY TO THE QUEEN CITY WITH THE CROWDS WHO WILL ATTEND THE NATIONAL MEETING OF GERMAN SING ERS W C niNCARSOM G P A CINCINNATI TO t I 2 GREAT CINCINNATI League International Meeting Indianapolis July Finest trains in the South travel daily via the Route to Cincinnati Only one change to Indianapolis Liberal return limits on tick ets via the Queen Crescent at one fare for the round trip Ask agents for particulars W C RINCARSON 0 P A CINCINNATI Biblical Assembly Charlotte 2J C 2029 Kyy Cliautaiiqua Lexington June 27July 7 Low trip rates via the Queen Ores Route from points in Kentuc good until May 9th returning ticket agents for further C Rineason G P A Central IIoIIucNs Cam p Wilmore Ky July 8th to 16th 18S9 Tickets will be sold via the uecn Route July 7th to 15th all stations Ridge to Somer Incl at one and onethird fare round trip Good to return July See agents for full particulars Yi 3 S C E Detroit SIicliJuly 5 10th 18Jf rates via the Queen and Crescent Dates of sale July 3rd ta 6th one change of cars to Detroit return limits See agents for particulars 20th 23d QUEEN CRESCENT n r turer fTLk1 IOUTiE ent all sk V C r scent rom et he stl1 ow iberal un cWEP 8 une y pan Lie lars 4 ort oute nly Consign your stock to Rabensteiii Harris Conner Live stock Commission Merchants Central Coviagton Stock Yards Covington Ky or Union Stock Yards Cincinnati O When shipping East bill our care privilege jelling Covington Stock Yards will make it to your advantage and give your stock special personal ral 9 k on Ulna The place to take the true measure of a man is not the market place or the amen corner or the forum or but his own fireside There he lays aside the mask and you may learn whether hes imp or angel king or cur hero or humbug I care not what His world says of it crown him with bays or 3l t him bad eggs I care never a copper what his reputa tion or religion may bo if his babes dread his home coming and his batter half swallows hor hat everytime she has to ask him for a fivedollar bill hes a fraud of the first water even tho he prays night antI m mi till lies black in the face an 1 howls hallelujah till he shake the eternal hills Bit if his children rush to thi front gateto greet him and loves own sunshine illumines the face of his wife when she hear his foot fall you can take it for granted that lies true gold for his homes a heaven I can forgive much in that mortal who would rather m ike men swear than women weep who would rather incur tine hate of th3 whole world than the contempt of his wife Ex If your horses feet have become hard soak them in water or apply a poultice of llax seed A pad made of a piece of an old blanket or some woolen cloth thoroughly wet and fastened around the hoof will allay fever and keep the feet in good condition Notice of Election Notice is hereby given that on June 2oth 1SIU the following order was duly made and entered by tine Garrard County Court and on J tine 27th ISM a certiiiecl copy thereof given by tIle Cerk of said Court to the Sherriu of Garrard County towit Garrard County Court June Term June 2 1SDO A petition signed by the required number of votes asking that the sense of the people shall be taken in voting Precinct Ko 7 of Magesterial district No 7 upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned there in having been liled in tine court and before the Judge thereof on the 22nd day of May 18jJ It is now ordered that on the 2Jth day of July ISJJ the Sheriff of Garrard county will open a poll in voting precinct Ko 7 magiste rial district No 7 for the purpose of taking the sense of tne legal voters the proposition Wheth er or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loan ell therein Before the opening of said poll and within seven days from the time he receives this order tIle Sheriff of Garrard county will publish this order in a weekly newspaper of the inuring the largest for at least two weeks before the holding of said election and will alto advertise same by printed hand bills containing a copy of this order posted at live conspicunus places within said district for at least two weeks before the holding of said election The Clerk of the Garrard County Court will certify a copy of this order to the Sheriff of said county on or fore the 1st day of July 1S91 A true copy Attest J M DUNCAN Clk Pursuant to said order there shall be opened a poll at each and all of the oting places in said district on the 20th day of July 1899 for the purpose set out in said order Given under my hand on Tune 23 ISJO J 1 SAUNDISKS Sheriff Garrard County We have a number of Beautiful Hats in stock and receive new ones every few days We have only the Hery Latest and invite an inspection of them We know we can suit your taste ifyou will fpfl Sallie D Tillett NOTICE All ptrties liavin r claims against the ostcte of Isaac Montgomery Sr decease will flit them proven according to law with me or m attorney W I ou or before July 15 1800 Admr 1531 of hate Jcitt miryS Bids For Sealed bids for fnrnishi g wrter to time city of Lancaster Ky will be received by tie Cy Council of said city nntll Suturd y July J 18J3 at 10 oclock a m Water to be furnished from Dix river 2J4 miles distant The city will contract for fifty hydrants for of twenty years The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids The city also reserves time right to purchase the lant in five ten or twenty years as it sues proper Sped ficatious on file in ilnvord office Lancaster Ky J C TuoJirsoN JESTOIWIES Comt e TIMETABLES K C Branch Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 10 AIC Northbnd Mixed 3 5 p M Northbnd Passgr 252 AM Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTHBOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 009 a m Number G Daily Stop 4 Daily Flag 3 5Ga m Number dont 1 5Cp m SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops wllXam Number 9 UailycxccptSanda77 5 pm Number Midnight flir 1143 P m Brand thctield himwhether with fellow I thereof upon county circulation b Call and Them J n nOUIUE I Water J Southbnd 1229 A pm stop when tJoged NumberS Daily except Sunday1I15am erm 5 5 I 113 A fsf There is not the slightest doubt that theIU Uuultlio doctors do move hnrm than good in treating Contagious Blood Poison victims off ft If Vftl this loathsome disease would be much better Udll off today if they had never allowed them to be dosed on mercury and potash the ri only remedies which the doctors ever give for lUUlbUil nUlslK blood poison The doctors are wholly unable to get rid of and mercury The mouth and throat and other delicate parts then breakout into sores and the fight is continued indefinitely the drugs doing the system more damage than the disease itself Mr ILL ICO Mulberry St Newark NT J says I had spent a hundred dollars with the doctors when I realized that SSSSs they could do me no I hind large spots nIl over my o and these soon broke out into running Fores and J ft 3g sS Iw E7 fasoon greatly I followed closely your 1 for Sell Treatment and the large splotches on my gp T chest began to grow pnler and smaller before long ff1 AMdisappeared entirely I was soon cured perfectly my Jjjfi x skin Inns been as clear us glass ever I cured my z self at home after the doctors had failed completely It is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors to cure Contagious Blood Poison for the disease ia their skill Swifts Specific poison out of the system mind pets Tit of it entirely Hence it cures the disease while other remedies only shut the pjison in where it lurks forever constantly undermining tha constitution Our system of private home treat ment places a cure within the reach of nil We give all medical d vice free of ohariro and save the patient the embarrassment of publicity Vrite for full information to Swift Si eoific Co Atlanta Ga I Ci m nJ 1- m u II LI0O D pO 8O iB 5 Ov1Yu P1 t C w n U this rndonl attempt to nppe1rmce of time diseasetlw sores fond eruptions This they do hy the poison into the and endeavor to kpCp it shut in with thir constant doses or potash l eis producesDirec- tions beyond OR THE acts in nn entirely diilerent way from potash nnd mercury it Corce3 sy i l1ll Fi 1- 1irJ qui P1 tilts E ltJJ uRi vile meal up thin driving stem good since JitVs CN5F LOC the AFTEB USING of lotoacco or i iuii vriiioh to and Insanity With ereryof r TO tanrLntc t cure i r refund the mary at twr hoc0 bcsti tar iiCO 1512 ISOTrS CO Cleveland McHoborts Store ftl4 Jl 1 J OZT7BL iJ V r E iIJLSTh fcy nervous prosiratin anl or the JeI1lrniori r X jrou raiiin or Lost HanbfAKfi H Iy lr sioi1 Mcntal e3etielcd cn U1ption c n JCl Ohiu Dug J11Jfl A TALTY i nt Lr rt dLicCTS oir i Such at Iritatiori1rnmn y YenUidul Erroot rs 100 l BOC1tJFlf w we LIUjI- iTAJP LJC1UY A New for tas Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBSS BY MAn 75 GEttTS SO7TLE3 50 CENTS j n8iOfi 310 Main Sireei SL LOUIS ISO ES r BAIL nD S ie fm r rth DRUG SJlOR lB Discovery r1 iflE4 MOTTS womanhood development of and body No known for women uqxals them Cannot do liarca lifebecomes a pleasure PElt BOX BY MAIL Soldby BIl MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio McRoberts Drug Store USil They overcome Weak IIiJU j if I etI f omISSIons mcrclSC or Lanih insof rncnstruaticrn arc U to otaidinG rcU 1 pT1 fleas irregularity and Lafli vig and LLFI SiVEiS NEW liVERY I have purchased the Wai kcr stable and am prepared to furnish the Vey Best Rigs on the shortest notice given Com morcial Travelers RICE BENGE W H HOSHAL Commission Merchants UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI X formation rcyardi njf 1 i vc stock cheer fully furnished Consign your stock to us Phone 731G CEAZLEY Teetli extr c ei without pain vrth Vitalized Air the New Thompson raidiur Specialattention CO J GaWeHogsSheep direct V S DETTIST 4N d P lE iiUR KaHSHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows halt Allvis iting Knights arc fraternally ED EISIIOP C C J S IIASSIDKX KR S t- ed I49 TllX I Ni NATIONAL DANK CAPITAL iooooooo OF j nooooo S1JRPCUS- I LANCASTER A R DENNY President JNO E STORMES Vice President WM H KINNAIED Cashier KY ir 3 C DKNNT Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper T EXBBY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam lD Cochran Sins Bpllman Alex R Denny A Robinson W R Cook 1 Davidson Jno E Stormca It C Covington Kentucky Are located bo as to offer spacial inducements to the shippers South Ohio River in saving extra expense and time In addition to the lo cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the mirket for all kinds of Stock When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of benefit to you Central Ge gion Stock Yards Co Commission firms will give prompt attentionto consignments COY ngwn Stock Yards ofth c Cntra N 1jSr t 7a ar CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky June 29 lot GOEBEL THE MAN He Is Nominated as Democratic Candi date 1or Governor of Kentucky Stone Va hopped on the 25th and Hardla- iiovetl UiiMbe to Coulrol Kuongh- of the atone Delegate Votes to Wlu the ytsbt LOUISVILLE Ky June 21 The democratic convention was called to order Wednesday tiKOonby Chairman Johnson The Goebel veople placed Judge David P Redwine in nomination for icmporry chairman W II bweeney of Marion county was nominated by the Hardin faction The first ballot resulted Redwine 510 Sweeney 416 out a number of counties were raised on account of contests and the vote wa held up pending a decision as to how the veto of there counties were to be cast At C oclock the democratic convention otter sweltering for hours over a tedious hearing of contests broke up in great disor der caused by an attempt to eject a noLsy puett from the mace This caused stampede tut no one was injured In the midst of the excitement Chairman Johnston declared the convention adjourned until 8 pm When the convention roc together Wednes day evening Chairman Johnston took the county contest under advisement after which he decided in favor of the regular dele putos in two districts and threw out the third Capt Johnston then announced the result ol the ballot for temporary chairman declaring Redwine elected by a vote ol 5 1 56 to 529 1C for Sweeney This marled the success of the first step in the StoneGoebel combination Senator Farris of Garrard county nominated Wm Cromwell of Frank ort for temporary secretary and he was elected by acclamation LODISVJLLU Ky June 22 The democratic convention held but a short session Thursday morning and adjourned shortly before noon until 7 oclock Thursday evening to allow to work The convention reassembled Thursday eve nin The credentials committee had scarcely begun its work when the convention adjourned tmtilO oclock Friday morning LOUISVILLE Kv The convention called to order at Friday and jitter the adoption of eulogis ic resolutions in of the late Richard P Bland took a recess until 4 oclock Friday afternoon to await the report of the committee on credentials LOUISVILLE Kv June Si The convention met shortly after 4 oclock and took another recess until 8 oclock For the third time in as many days the demo cratic convention Friday night broke up in disorder LOUISVILLK Ky June 25 When Chairman Redwine rapped for order Saturday morning the report of the credentials committee was presented and read The committee disposed of contests in 2 counties involving about 357 seats These were all decided in favor of Stone or Goebel delegates except in three canes Callow y county and the Fourteenth legislative district of Louisville where Hardin delegates were seated and Nicholas county where the delegation was divided between contestant and contcstee A minority report was presented by the Har din people Finally a call of the roll was reached the question being the adoption of the minority re port of the committee on credentials The vote resulted Ayes 327 nays 44t The ma jority report of the convention was then unan imously adopted both sides cheered together he first rays of harmony broke upon the convention after a week of wrangling over business which several times threatened to in a split The applause bad barely subsided when Gen P Wat Hardin emerged from the crowd on the stage and started another demonstration The time had come he said when on expression from him was necessary to the united party With a few cordial words of thanks to followers he announced his with drawal from the race for governor and appealed earne tlv for the undivided of the party in behalf of the i ominee The committee on organization then report edIt recommended the continuation of the organization with Judge Redwine as chairman and was unanimously adopted The report of the committee on resolutions was then read by Hon John S Rhea THE PLATFORM The platform which was written by Judge James P Tarvin of Covington contains the followingThe of Kentucky in convention assembled reaffirm without the slightest qual Ideation he principles and policies declared in the democratic platform adopted at Chi cage la 189 Oar faith lu bimetallism is vindicated by event The necessity for the restoration of the double standard was acknowledged by the president and congress in 1897 when a commis lion was sent to Europe to entreat other na Ions to aid in establishing bimetallism and the faliure of the commission to European cooperation the friends of free coinage in their belief that relief can only come by the independent action of the United States The present legal ratio of 10 to 1 is the only ratio at which can be restored and opposition to it confined to those who oppose bimetallism at any ratio and to those who misapprehend or ignore the reasons which led three national conventions to adopt it We denounce the presentrepublican nations I aft torte three Kenton June am memory suo port secure confirms bimetallism the- o 93t sate result temporary admlnfstration for it reckless extravagancV in the conduct of public affairs for its cruel and inhuman neglect in 16 treatment of our soldiers And sailors during the late Spanish war for its complete subordination to the In lertst of organized wealth for its vrotectiou and encouragement of trusts and combinations especially for its appointment and reten tion in office of an attorney general devoted to the interests of trusts and combination We call attention to the incompeiency of the present republican administration in Ken tucky to the abuses and scandals in the man cgemcnt of penitentiaries and asylums while under republican control and we commend the wisdom of the last general as embly of Ken in the enactment of laws which tenure the wisp and economical administration of the penitentiaries and other public institutions of the state under democratic control to the in crease in the rate of taxation to the vetoing of all democratic legislation favorable to the interests of the people and hostile to the op pressions and extortions of organized wealth We believe the trust is the result in large measure of the politics adopted and pursued by the republican party chief amon which are the demonetization of silver by which the volume of currency has been kept below the demands of business and the enact ment and enforcement of vicious un wlsci and unpatriotic legislation such as the protective tariff laws known as the McKinley and Dingley bills whereby there is a discrimination in favor of corporate wealth and against Individual enterprise We favor the destruction of the result as well as the removal of the causes The reestablishment of independent bimetallism at 16 to 1 and the repeal of all protective tariff law would do more to cripple nd destroy the organization and operation of the trust than any other laws We believe the law in Kentucky known aj the antitrust law should be so amended us to make unlwful any agreement combination or arrangement by corporations or individuals under which in the carrying on of any the prices charged should thereby be fixed controlled or regulated And we believe that the 1w should be further so amended as provide that all contracts made by any com bination generally known as a trust in any kind of business shall be void and not enforci ble us to such trust or combination and we especially demand that all trust controlled articles be placed on the free list We hereby express our continued confidence in Wm Jennings Bryan and favor his nomi nation for the presidency of the United States by the democratic national convention of 1900 We recommend to the democracy of Kern tucky J C S Blackburn as the successor of Wm Lindsay in the United State senate We endorse the vrur carried to success for the freeeoin of the enslaved Cubans and we appreciate and honor the courage and heroism ol our soldier and sailors therein engaged but we declare the conduct of the present administration as to the Philippines to be repugnant to every line of te bill or right n the constitution and the decaraiion of Inde pendenceIn of state affairs the platform indorse the election law passed by the last legislature known as the Goebel law and the law To prevent extortionate unfair and dis criminating freight rates by transportation companies both of which were passed over Gov lirodley8 veto The law to insure com pe in the sale of schools books is also in dorsed Tae of the platform provoked a great deal of enthusiasm particularly the to Bryan and Blackburn The resolu tions were then adopted as reported Next came the nominalons for governor Hon Rhea placing the name of Capt W J Stone before the convention Congressman Wneelvr seconded it Judge Tarvin nominated Goe belJudge Hnrgis of Louisville created a by seconding Goebel C J Bronston also seconded vote was ordered and the roll call with considerable disorder On the first ballot Goebel reached 518 votes Changes then cut him down to 48sK At this time Stone had 4 K Bertha 1Z6 ex Gov Brown 17 These figures are unofficial and counties are changing from column to col umn amid the greatest confusion Five hun dred and fortyseven votes are necessary to a choiceThe adjourned at 245 until 6 p m without making a nomination LOUISVILLE Ky June 7 The democratic was had until Monday The nine ballots taken Saturday night and so announced to the con vention were as follows HardinThirdFourth S81513 35418 856513 Fifth 64512 S7818 349512 Sixth J8J1S STS23 52 11lt Seventh 3825ie S 8 10 371513 Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh 194 14 S75 34 37634 34813 3M34 36112 35434 34634 lab 1S LOUISVILLE Ky Juno 27 Chairman wine called the democratic state convention to order at 1022 oclock Monday Toubla started at once Congressman Rhea at mounted a chair and in a fierce speech declared that he would return thanks to Mayor Weaver for his police protection But this is the first democratic convention in twenty years I have been in where police were required to keep be yelled He wound up by moving that the police be requested to leave the hall and he asked the cal of the counties on the motion Redwine ruled against him and he appealed from the chairs decision Redwine refused to entertain the appeal He ordered the secretary to begin the roll call for the 12th ballot Delegates Rhea Sweeney Thompson and Mitchell all Hardin men now mounted chairs and excitedly declared that they would the convention if the chairman did not act fairlyThe Hardin and Stone men would not allow LualneBS to proceed and tuck to It Ion GoebeL- A eveningtook 388 Red once order to breakup business national reading reference John- S sensation proceeded 341 35634 34 The disorder con tinned without Interruption until after 5 oclock when the Goebel men hitupon the plan to have county chairman come to the stage and cast the votes of heir dele gations This set their frenzied opponents beside themselves with anger but the roll call proceeded the awful din Increasing all the while County chairmen came to the stage and the clerk had to lean over to close range to eaten a word that was said The Hardin men and many Stone delegates did not vote After half an hour of the hardest kind of work the ballot was finished and announced as follows Goebel 352J Stone 801H Hardin 6T- Thf chair ordered another ballot whcreupoa Ollie James a big lunged Stone leader All Hardin and Stone men refuse to vote They wont do it the Goebelltes responded detUntlt and sure enough did not the predictions that have ben made that the of Hardin and Stone would show itself in the lack of control ovr their dele gates were veriflo The last ballot the 13th resulted Goebel 3v tooe 27S Hardin 89 By agreement of the candidates the conven tion adjourned until 10 Tuesday LOUISVILLE Ky June belligerency of the delegates to the state democratic con tho first ballot for governor without arousing word of protest It proceeded in a humdrum way the three candidates dividing the vote just about as they have from the start Confernces between the Stone and Hardy managers late in the night with out bringing them nearer to nn agreement They hav nothing in common save opposition to Goebel and thai cause does not appeal strongly enough to their followers to bring about a working agreement The whole contest still swings around the imperturbable Kenton county man who has from the start played his hand coldly and skillfully and has not yet lost a trick The drift of the HardinStone coalition Is strongly toward Hardin In preference to Stone but there Is no sin yet that it can be made ef fective The first ballot Tuesday morning the since voting began resulted Stone 378 Hardin 38 Goebel 356 Fifteenth 1 a lot Stone 80 Hardin 351 Goebel 354 Sixteenth ballot Stone 385 Hardin 358 Goebel 349 Seventeenth ballot Stone 373 Goebel 355 Hardtn 6 Eighteenth ballots Stone 374 Hardin 370 Gr bel 348 Nineteenth ballot Stone S74jf Hardin 3C5jf Goebel 3M- Hardin one leaders are very unary over Redwlnes refusal to entertain u resolution for a Ine die aJjo rnment They said they were determined to continue the deadlock until Redwine yields To the surprise of all the factions pparent ly Delegate Kehe moved to adjourn until 3 p m AsUe way he madu the djuu nment motion Keh c that the Goebel forces needed a couple of hours for caucusing He would say no more Tne convention m to 3 p m Many of the Stone Hrdin deie e voted for adjournment they were hungry LOUISVJLLK Ky June 28 William Goebel who with un Iron trn p has ruled the state convention since Jt assembled nearly a week ago was Tuesday nigh nom inated for on the nth ballot a ter a contest unparalleled in this state and determination or on the part of the winner for skillful The end of the long exhausting tight brought a remarkable degree of harmony to the factions which have waged through the fight relentlessly and battled for every inch of ground Nearly overyooUy joined in a dem onstration when their candidate appeared for the fir t time before the convention to accept the nomination and return thanks The Goebel forces held the opposition close ly down to business all forcing continuous balloting defeating them when they showed signs of weakness und sought a sine die compelling a vote on a propositon to drop the hindmost on each ballot after the 25th and came out of the final trial of strength shortly after 10 oc ock Tuesday night with colors flying Stone was dropped on the 25h ballot and Hardin proved unable to control enough of the Stone votes to win After the nomination the convention enjoyed a few minutes of ax ion and reconciliation Speeches were made uy Wheeler Judge Trivia and other n a tugers for the three candidates and the theme of al was get to gether xnd win Louts viLtE Ky June 29 The democrat state resumed its work on the minor state offices at 930 oclock Wednesday morningA wee adopted to drop the hind most candidate on the second ballot and there after on all offices yet before the convention Presentation speeches were limited to two minutes The following candidates were placed in nomination for lieutenant governor W P Thorne of Henry Beckham of Kel son Thomas HV Hay of Louisville and Jas Kelly of Trlgjr The first ballot for lieutenant governor Beckhcm 86466 Hays 201M Thorns 2SHK lIy226 Th rest scattering to noulnate 547 Delegate disgusted at the delay adopted another resolution to drop the hindmost on the first ballot Hays then withdrew Bockbam who was on the Goebel slate Von on the first ballot The other candidates with drew making the nomination unanimous BockhkmwiU b SO years old the required age just 11 time to take his seat next January if eUoied He live at BardstowO Nelson county where ha is an attorney He was speaker of the house In the lost general assem Dip of Kentucky He Is a single man and John S Smith of Bourbon C Hays f Bell James Andrew Scott of Franklin and Robert J Breckinrldge of Boyle were vented to the convention for attorney general W B Fleming o Loulevllle who has been a cried I the n The nightChairman until adjourned- at 118 p because democratic gone nor tor bitterness adjournment rt o1J1e man Jaw resulted Neo delegate popular C pre weakness o clock morning lasted fourteenth j said manipulation hip day conven ion tasty prominent candidate wltfidrew Brecklnridga nominated Gus Coulter of Graves county was nominated for auditor of state Breck Hill of CUrk for secretary of and W F Sages of Boyd for state treasurer Adm Hmp on to Get NEWPORT E L June 29 Rr Adm Sampson has received th papers from Secretary Long granting a months leave of absence to him and he will leave the fleet July 5 During his the command will devolve on Capt Henry C Taylor of the Indiana Adm Sampson is not ill but he is in need of rest The officers of the fleet will give a dinner for him on the quarter deck of the Texas July 3 the anniversary of the battle of Santiago No Arms Being Supplied to the Boers WASHINGTON June the state department it is denied that England has made any representations the shipment of Americanmade arms to the Boers CoL Lee the military attache investigated a to that effect sent out by a Lon don press agency and found there was nothing in it Honorary Degrees Conferred CAMBRIDGE Mass June honorary degrees conferred by Harvard university Wednesday were those of doctor of laws upon Jules Cam ban the French ambassador to the United States Gen Leonard Wood U S A military governor of Santiago Cuba Rr Adm W T S mpson U M N and Arthur T Hadley president elect of Yale university Moildardi Appointment WASHINGTON June Stod dard of Wyoming will be made census supervisor for the First Ohio district comprising the First and Second districts His j was signed by both Congressmen Shattuc and Bromwell FIVE COLORED DEAD They Worked Hard All Day Itoo ht Tea Large atermelon Ate Each on Empty Stomachs and BIRMINGHAM Ala June Davis William Turner George Alex lander Deck Thomas and Asa Stephens Negro laborers at the Eastley furnace after working hard all day Sunday purchased ten large ripe watermelons Sunday night and each ate two melons on an empty stomach They then spent the night on the damp ground in the woods As the result cramp colic fol lowed and at 5 oclock Monday morn ing Turner died An hour later Stephens gave up the ghost and by noon all five were corpses i The deaths alarmed the Negroes of the neighborhood greatly many that a hoodoo had put a spell on the mtn through the medium of the melons TWO PRISONERS GOT AWAY Jim Heaneisy Desperate loafed and Wllchcrt Leave the Springfield Mo Jail Train Robber Jennings SPRINGFIELD Mo June 27 Ther was a jail break here Monday morning about 2 oclock in which Bill a convicted train robber very near gaining liberty Jim Hen nessy a desperate tough and Charles escaped crawling out through a hole which they had made with a chiseL Jennings was their cell mate and would have escaped but for the fact that the hole was not large enough for him to crawl through While he was trying to en large it he made a noise and attracted the guards and Jennings was removed to another celL Jack Kennedy convicted train robber occupied a separate cell and had no opportunity to join in the break NO MORE CLEVELAND GAMES Owing to Poor Attendance Nearly All Lease Club Play la That City CLEVELAND June will not see any more league baseball this year No more games will be played here after the series with Boston closet July President Robson made this announcement Monday The cause he is the refusal of nearly every club that has played here this season to return owing to the poor attendance This year the gate at the grounds of the Cleveland club have not averaged much over 121 per day All the Cleveland games will t transferred to other cities ate aRe absence badly 29At regarding British 29Among- the I I 29George congressional recommendation MEN ARE I DIed 27John believing I I Jennings came Wilchert another lie Refuse to 27Cleveland L says receipts report two Chan 13etnra aad e American Plan Decl TIlE HAGCB June 27 Tile proposal which the peace t declined to discuss on the gro it was not contained in the circular and was therefore provided that private property not of war should be exempt from seizure on the high seas Russias naval proposal is that the nations agree on a total of warships number of men in the navy and expenditures on forts docks and arsenals Lawrencebnrs Fair Secretary J W Gaines has fo tributiun the catalogues for the renceburg Fair It contains m new and attractive features whit with the liberal premium list 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