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ONE DOLLAR A TEAR SUII VEVOIES IX TOWN. "WIS of any Trarlg Alliances an sx d Prices to SUITDURGUSTOfVlERS Consequently you Can Buy More toils of Better Qual ity Here Than Else- where in Town in m r toner id 1 . 11 1 allabhoice 1 i ASSUIlllllilll .f p.. ui-oB- sooable Goods At Low Prices. LOGAN DmSOODS COMPANY One Jjine Completed into Town and Big Range at Jo.sopVs goes next AVorlt iicim on Another. NAUcntlon. Tuesday. Bring tnryour guesses. Storage furnished for wheat. Sea Lovely Hosiery at Ja.yJh's. rretty Taffetas at Josepl The ink was not dry on our last issue LancasR. G. Ward for particulars. Your account will l)e due July 1, before the entire railroad surveyin ter Mills & Elevator Co. need the money and must have it. See the Ladie's shoes at JoscplfSf Call and settle, on or bcforcMuly 1st corps orove into town. Tiiey were II. A. Stone. Next planClny, P. A. Stone. not expected for several days, but they Everything in Dry Goods .1, all holding on the big tickets July got "through with the Burgin end soon' iUoncy to Lo at Joseph'?. I'orlSalc." Range at Joseph's must present them. er than anticipated. The party was On good real estate. For particu On easy p.iymon' a good house and All jiust r.E inMonuay night. You must, you, yon, you, must pay lars apply at The Recokd office, tf. .shown scve al locations for a camp and n V. J. K031ANS. lot. me, you must pay me, you' must pay it was decided to pitch the four tents "VTnmed. Ladies, see cur pretty Tarasols. in the Graded School yard. This makes I?. A. Stone.- niv'. 1 have waited long and nation My, 100,000 bushels of wheat. Highest They are the latest and best. a much better camp than one in the now, I must have "that Jit cash market price. C. C. Glass & Bro. "Wheat VIieal IVlieat. V J Josarii . -country, as its convenient in every IX. A Stone. x .june2'.Mt Camp Nelson, Ky. 100.000 you owe me'. We arc in the market for way, quiet and cool. The party con Now Iin5blt buckles and fan.; sists of eight gentlemen and a bushels of wheat, and will pay top colored It i I t I ! I SyJLi Ot T2se3Ieslon thIfSiirltet. wccKIr ,roods this prices for it, cash on delivery. Call cook. They arc Messrs Jerry arid E. If you want to buy a.jiice Puilding Hoosier Coin Plan tens.'. Brown CulTjiomeso? Buckeye Churns arc War-ante- d. and sec us before selling. B.Respess, T. W. Walthall, Y H. Lot 1 caji sell you one from 1 to 1 acres tivators, Johnston Barring Disc 11. A. P.. M.utKPnunv & Sox. Burk, G. M. Clark, C. M. Nelson, cheap. T.sCuniiEY. Mow "Votir Na:::e Deerilig BiniTci-sanHarrows, Sinn Call and examine Strnyoil, ers. u. b. Gaines. A newsy communication from Stone Robertpbarand Chas. Gambel. This corps is the best in the Southern's them. ' Fosu JIj Of July IZulctf. Large, brown horse, 12 years old, litWo cannot publish bore no signature. Taxi'K II:ic.' Low round tr'rp rates are jiiellcct tle crease fallen, two 'white spots from matter unless we know from whence service. They have run eight lines taxes arcTitow due, and prop Town for this company and all have cither s on the Queen and Cressaddle. Lert pl lenheim. May 22. anil it came. -been completed or are now in course has been seen near Lancaster. LibeN cent Route. Dates of sale July 2, : erty owners should come forward at once and settle. This has to be done of construction. In running this line, at Danville. al reward for return to G. S. Gaines, and lth. Ask your agent for full and those putting it off too long will Lancaster. The Advocate says a number of Mr. Respess tells us he has orders to 2t. put to extra expense sf young men are talking of giving an make a one per cent grade, with corv it oo i r T at nr.TT-i.!- . Local ();;ln lilociloii. 3Ic.'ti:!r :io.v'rt. fair in Danville some responding curves. This goes to show In the county court an orThe meeting conducted by Dr J. L. time this fall. The plan has not yet tho Southern wants to make the best Stable Sletitcl. der was made for the taking of the Molvce at the Presbyterian church, possible roadbed over which to do fast Messrs T..L. Sanders and Alex Wal- been perfected and will not be pushed through business. Mr, R. says ho vote on local option in the "Walker's was brought to a close Sunday night, has ler have rented the tine brick stable until after. Saturday. School House precinct. The date on account of the intense heat. It is been very fortunate in locating the now occupied by Rice Bongo. They lixed is Saturday. July 20th. Mr. Ed the intention to resume the meeting Notice. line so far, and has been able to carry lave not decided whether or not they Xorris, an enthusiastic supporter of in the fall, when the weather is modNot Having tlie time to collect them. out his orders to the letter. vill run it or Jt. Mr. Bongo I have left my accounts in the hands local optiou up there. told Tim erated. The congregations enjoyed The party has completed one line oui) that he believod the dryr, .voulcl Pr. McKee's .sermons very much and ells rLu will remain in livery busi of E. Brown for collection. Ail those into tov.n, coming what has been ness, but as yet, "has not decided upon indebted will please call with, but a light nr. be expected. at. his otlico, termed the Boone's creek route. This were greatly benefitted by them. location. tho Police Court room and settle at jrociinjr r.'jiii ri3ati;: l. throws the lino cm the West side of once and save cost. . II. Lackey. r.u-sA 1'aini Su'ipcr TItursilay Ninlif. I'titerrlc. Lantown, it crossing Danville street some- BEAZLE T & BAU&HMAN At the last regular meeting of by E. Brown, agent. It. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by The ladies of the Presbyterian church where between the Dr. Price and caster lodge 101, F. and A. M., it was Kauffman property. This line makes it was decided to. change Adams &.Fi:;h, Paint Lick, is meeting will serve a supper at residence of Mrs. !ral Orejiard Spriu-js- . with ready Hale overy where. Persons Margaret (Till Thursday evening, July FUNERAL DIRECTORS, the time of meeting from who have" used Manager Gus Ik.fnian writes The a distance of about fourteen miles it say it's a ma"rked sith. The siKpnar will consist of sand from Lanca'ster to Burgin, much short the second and fourth Mon- - success and a sure cure for Fistula. wiches,- - coffee, picldcs, salads, ice Recouw to announce the formal open er than ,jyas lirst hoped for. The corps ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM -- day nights to the second and Polcvil, Swinney, Scratches. Enlarge cream. shorberL and cake. Admission ing oi Crab Orchard Springs on to- will now run the line over the tirst pro fourth Tuesday nights in ment, Greasy Heel, etc. morrow. Friday. Much money has is sold on 23 cts. BALMING a SPECIALTY. posed' route.. Of course nothing can oaeh month. This was done to avoid i writtenguarantee, andItmoney re- - lo and been spent on the propajty to put it be tb'ld of this until the exact lino is meeting on court day nights, when in condition for the season, 5?elji'd tlie IS.tys. ap-lundcd if not as represented. located. It will take several days to everybody is worn out from the day's One of the horses pinling the. band and everything points .to a successful dd this work. Carpets, &c. Coo red Soldier.", Attention! work. The next meeti'ng will be held on year. "We know of no more delightful to Kirksvillc Saturday, took side Tuesday, July 11th. This change suits One frequently hears the question The colored Regiments of the Regu thcToad home and, for a tim it look- - place to rest and recuperate than at Lancas'. the regular attendants at tlu lodge. lar Army arc tilling up very fast, and d like the boys would have to hoof it this famous resort. Mr. II. extends a "Will this road be built?'' To set at Rftr-on.ind it don't make any (inference what there are only a few vacancies left. will to town. Jack ihatt came to tlie res cordial invitation to his Garrard coun rest this querry, The JOHNSTON. JOHN T. JOHNSTON ay that it can state positively that it those who don't attend think about Ml colored men who can cue, however, and Kmqjy loaned a ty friends to come over. will be constructed, and trains run it. who desire to mule. read, and all is one of the cleverest Jack JOHMSTON & JOHHSBffl Cojjsir Married. .should call at 'once at the ning irom Burgin to .Lancaster witlmi .lu-i- c fellows in the county, and never so Coiiri Day. Ilceruiting Oliice in Lexington Uusi- - happy as when doing a good turn for The Nicholasville Journal says one year, and through trains within M'wt farmers remained at home ..'ulle-'Mr. B. Y. Cogar, local manager of two years, provided thopeop!e of Gar- - Civil. Eiini:eers and Surveyors, Building. Main Street, near anyone. Monday to look after the many tilings ma-l-post oliice. Lexington, Ky. theCogar& Davis elevator and grain raid county will do their part in securvery on the farm. A now to be mipany, was married at the homo of ing the right of way. Wc can state ICe;ilne!cy EWUors. LANCASTER, KY. NotU-lo Fanners. small crowd was in town and, aside meeting of the Kentuc the bride. Miss Minnie Duncan, near equally as positively that it will not 7his yea;-'Should you not want to sejl your from the cattle sales, nothing was evening. lie built through here it land owners wKl bo held at High Bridge, "Wednesday done. Cattle buvers were inclined to wheat at present prices, and want to ky Press Association J.E."nOBISOJ Tuesday and "Wednes The bride is a (laughter of Mr. John demand injust prices for the right of JSO.T.HAY3. J.T.II.VMItTON. hold off. on account of the prospects hold for a better market, we desire to Henderson. K'., Duncan and is said to be an excellent No trouble will be had in raising " prawn t t;. t. inform you we have made arrange- day. J uly 11th and 12th. At the clo-- - young lady.7. Mr. Cogar resided in way.cash to pay for any land where for a drouth and the Hays, Hamilton & Minsou, the the meeting, the editors, their wivof grass and water. Peel liros., of .le.i- - ments to store 1.1.000 or 20.000 bushels of the s, daughteis and sweethearts will go Lancaster for some time, and by his owner docs not try to "rub it in'' on samine bought abunchofiiJO pnunl wheat here in Lancaster on the usual to Petoskey. Michigan. gentlemanly- deportment and honest the people, but no reasonable man will Attt r jeys anil Counselers at Law heifers at $22.00 per head. P ibcrts terms, to include lire risk. So bring on an excursion ar-contribute money to pay oxhorbi-tan- t via Chicago. The entire trip willcon- - dealings made many admirers sold a bunch of light sto!: heifers at us your wheat- - "We also have arrange LANCASTER, KY. prices for this right of way. ume about a week. Secretary R. E. friends who extend congratulations. :il cents. Good, fat h 'ifer.; brought ments for storage account at Loiiis-viilreports that a larger Morningstar 1 conts. A". B. MAKi;snri:Y&SoN. from Steers brought about II. number than usual is expected to take cents. TiK're were about :5t) to .Wore Iteeriilts Wauled tlie INiilipincs the trip, which promises to be quite a head of stock on the streets. A The Recuting ollicer in Lexington delightful one. rrvI&r7 ?T Wg. bursas were sold- for a song. has just received instruction from the "The only drawback to any intelliGLOKIOl'ii I'OI'KTII. War Department to enlist a number if white men for Infantry, Cavalry gent country community enjoying ed OhaMtau'jiia I.- .vlsi'iton. Kentm-'trelining privileges islack .md Artillwy services in the Philip ucational and A Hay I'ull ort'alrlotiMii. between the farmers pines.. Theso men will be sent to San- - of "With thoughts on the anniversary Francisco at once to connect with themselves," writes Mrs. John B. Sims, f the great VICTORY AT SANTI- Steam ship sailing the latter part of of "Entertaining in the Country.'1' AGO. All Kentucky will on this an- - this month. Now is the chance for in the July Ladies' Home Journal. niversai v dav be in Lexington, where you to make a trip around the world. "Whenever a farming community lie the will be offered the Most Notable Fourth This opportunity will only last a few realize that in themselves of July Celebration on the continent. days and men wanting to join should means of educating their sons and Two marvelous lectures by men or apply at the ReCruting olliccs iii Lex daughters to love the farm and the nation-wid- e reputation in civil and ington Ky. or in Ashland Ky. or in farm home, and that because one does not have the privileges of the town or nolitical life. In the morning, Con Somerset Ky. at once.Fifty pairs MEN'S SAMPLE SHOES to close out arge city there is no reason why he irressman Champ Clark, of Missouri, ISxcuroIon to Old Xol:it Comfort Va. should stagnate either mentally or on "The Revival of Patriot ism." In $1.75, Blaclis and Tans. These shoes range the afternoon Congressman J. P. Dol- - The Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. lias socially, they will have solved'the pro arranged a series of Excursions to Old blem of how to live happily and con prices from $3.00 to $5.00. "We have them sizes liver, of Iowa, a leader among men in magnetic platform oik "The Nation Point Comfort Va.. during the month tentedly on a farm. 6, 6 2, "We have a lot of LADIES' SHOES and 7. of America." Two grand band con of July, August and September. KIs Fair at lUI:s!!oml. certs. Amusements, of various kinds. These Excursions will be run cm the entry blanks for the four, days, The in each 50c, 75c, and $1.00, sizes 1 to 3. Atnmht a Platform Entertainment Secondhand Fourth Tuesdays goocl on fair, to be held at Richmond the tirst month. The tickets will be which will pay you to come miles-tweek in August, show some big purses hear. The famous Ariel Lady Sex the regular trains, and will be limited which insures line sport. Besides the matchless Mendelssohn M:.Je to 21 days. The rate will be 315.00 for Bankers Stake of 1000, offered by J,hc tette, the Qujirtcttc: Signor Boscoc in unparalel-e- d the round trip. Persons desiring to four banks of Richmond for the saddle feats of magic. Miss Sibyl Sammis go should send in their names for HalHon, marc or gelding, any ago, and Miss Gertrude Smith, two famous sleeping car space, and state on which there arc other good ones, as follows. in will want to go. reader Wonderful Moving Pictures train they cheerfully furnishedAny ap Trots. 2:15 Class, 8400; 2:27 Class, on by flir "Vitagraph, with illustrated formation S100; 2:22 Class, SK)0; Class, songs. For brilliancy and variety this plication to any Agent, or to G. "W. 8300: 2:1S Class, $100: 2:.Iu Class, $400; equaled on Barney, Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington, :5:00 Class, $100: program has never been Class, $:;0; See our CRASH SUITS $2.50, $3.00, and $3.50 platform of the Kentucky Chautauqua. Ky. R. B. Torrill Purse for Yearlings, SHoO. Come and spend the day and all it Spill. ALL WOOL Crash Suits $7.50. Paces. 2:17 Class, $300; 2:30 Class, 6300: A lot of Soft Boholds. o0c. Gets Everything for the The Republicans convention held 2:24 Class, $300: Class, $200, Day. Reduced Rates on all Railroads. Thursday resulted in two sets of dele som Monarch Shirts to close 75cts, worth $1 and 1.25. Foi .other rings for saddle and harness gates being named to the state con horses, sec catalogue which will be Farmer Head. vention at Lexington. The trouble sent upon application to' J. W. Balas "We arc needing all of our Sacks, selection of chairman. President; or S. A. Doathoragc, Score and many of our friends have neglect arose over the Col. D. R. Collier and Capt. "Wm. ary. ed to return the Sacks we have accom in nomination. modating them with. "We lost by lire flerndon were placed Teachers' Institute Col. Collier, who called the convention about 0,000 Sacks, consequently we to Tlrtf Garrard County Institute for order, then retired from the dial need everv Sack that is due us. "We white teachers will be held in tlie cotton Sacks, and "W. McO. Johnston took his place. Court House, bought 0,000 Second-hanat Lancaster, on Mon appointed and each re branded "Schwartz & Bros. St. Louis, Tellers were ported Collier as having the most day, July 24, continuing live days, with Mo.," these Sacks are in the hands of Prof. J. II. Patterson, of Lancaster Come and look our NEW STYLE HATS our farmer friends, and they are using votes. Chairman Johnston declared Graded School as conductor. On Collier elected and the latter took them.for milling purposes. A visit to charge. Capt. Iferndon arose and Tuesday evening (the 2)th) an enterreceived. UNDERWEAR and All the new things Lancaster Flouring MJHs will.convlnee said a number of unqualified voters tainment entitled "Tho Heart of any one of the fact. Handsome line of NECKWEAR. Prices HOSIERY. had taken part, and also that the con Cuba," will be given, conducted by We also have several thousand sacks vention was not held according to Prof. II. K. Taylor, principal of Lou ever before. lower branded "Ballard Sg Ballard Co.," or call and had it been called prompt at isville Training School. He will be "Ballard Mills," and we nave also two o'clock, he would have then .had a assisted by Scnor Jose Andonegui, a thousands of other sacks, and we no majority. Collier said the protest violinist of wide reputation. tice these sacks arc being used for came too late, as the chairman had The 'Colored Teachers' Institute milling and other purposes. Now we tlen been elected, whereupon Capt. will convene at the Court House, July ask you in all kindness to see that Ilerndon requested his friends to keep 17, arid continue live days, to be conevery sack due us and in your pocess their scats until Gen. Collier complet ducted by Prof. C. C. Monroe, of OwIon is returned at once and you will ed his proceedings, when they too ensboro. On Tuesday ovonjng, (tho confer a favor on us that we will ap would hold a convention. This was 18th), Prof, Sneod's band will givo an priciatc very much. dune and each party seloctod their entertainment. "Wc are. .also in the market for wheat delegates and alternates, twelve in All teachers failing to attend the and will pay the highest marxet price number, and sent them without in institute will forfeit-thecertificates. on delivery, x our a nen is, cash Elisa J, Lusk, Sup't. trucoions,. JL A. B. Mauksbubv & Son, I WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME. Don't forget J tily 4 is thi tun fj r giving away tlYo mg C laking Range at Joseph's. Getymir tiekets ready. Crepons at Jos Get your Binder Twiuc at Gaine's! x L frojjj-all-pyi- AMD! t A first-cla- Furniture, er, Ky. able-bodie- d tf - e. few-plu- - T i r Now is the Harvest-time for Bargain Buyers. in at in in - 1-- at in Straw Hats at Cost, at at at Crash Hats at Cost. Beautiful Line of Colored Shirts at 50c. d at just in than Logan & Robinson. ir CENTRAL RttCORD EVERY WEEK BY I.0UI8 LANDRAX, Publisher. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. a Bottle. from James Roberts for about $15 per line of them and will sell as cheap as For sale by Jl.OQ yfab, in advakcb. any house in the state. R. E McRoberts SO head. -" soke Months. This is now the most up-t- j d.te Gallery in Central Ky., bavin . . .25 " A little child of Bob Whitakor fell We understand J. B. ITutchins will been recently equipped with on a nail which penetrated the skull. teach the public school at Lawson's Dr, Elliott dressed the wound and it THURSDAY, June - 29. - 189q this fall. John W. llaimey and little ncice, J. F. Holtzclaw met the Home Mi? is resting easy at this time. The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies Elder Allen will iill his regular ap- Miss Myrtle Tlay, of Roskcastle, are sion Board, he being oneof that board, that isiting relatives here Mr. and 'Tolitics are hell and I'm going to it Mt. Tabor, Saturday. Grove, Sunday. pointment at Pleasant THE GUARANTEED CURE. quit em" remarked a Danville man Mrs. George B. Wcaren and I balicvc that there is more trading Rev. Clark will iill his regular ap- uighter, Josephine, of Stanford, little the other day. and .mericaa Don't Take a it this place than is at any other pointment the 2nd Sunday night in aster Harry Waller, of Louisville, Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mouldnferenc Worthless Substitute. Stkong drink always gets the upper place the size of Preachersville, Ken each month. Also 3rd Sunday and isited J. W. Brown and wife, a few never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be ings, Patterns and that.. Sunday night at this place. There is c got a Whalleu at tucky. simplest Photograph to hand, but appreciated. Suitable for framing from the Dan Ray and Miss Lulu tysago Insist on YUCATAN. PRICE. 50C. Russiaa river G. A. .Siler has returned from the preaching at the Kentucky Louisville this week. the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the New French Simpson attended church at Hebron, sheep bridce each Sunday evening in the Sunday mountains with a car load of "FLEUIl-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, Louis Ray and sister, Miss 11 E McRoberts. month, beginning at four o'clock Tun country contingnntat the Lou and one of cattle. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require There is a good attendance and good Cordelia, visited their uncle, Taylor isville convention certainly ought to a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Ray and family, at Parksville, SaturJ. II. Thompson bought in Rockcas order. now be well up on "town ways." We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Ollice. ay and Sunday tle county about 3o hogs at 3c per lb. Miss Nora Saun Miss Claud Arnold has returned Mr. IT. B. Ray sold to some Madison Jallies Rigsby bought live hogs from from a vitit to her relatives in Lan ders was a guest of Misses Maggie and This present manner of conducting Perry White, which averaged 123 at Mes- - linn "two calves for $10. Susie Sandidge, last week Miss Alice Dunn, of Dan- caster politics is enough to make decent M cents. Mr. Charles Moberlv sold to Jim amcs Ilerod Ray and Win. Davis, is visiting her mother, Mrs. lle, people resolve to never cast another have returned from a visit to rela Jones, one harness horse for $40. The secretary of the Central Fire Atha Dunn, this week Miss Mittie A'OtO. Miss Ilattie Jones Mr. Allen Moberly, of Cartersville, Insurance Co., of Lexington, was here Dunn has returned from a visit to tives in Mercer s spending this week with friends in was stricken witn narayisis on last Thursday, seeing after the damage Miss Lulu Burks, near Paint Lick, Gov. Buadley is being widely comMrs. James Hardwick has Saturday and is not expected to rc Madison mended for the strong efforts he clone to the house of J. L. Hutchins lorence and Marie Dunn spent Sat been on the sick list. . . .Mrs. Jeff II ib- cover. r urday night and Sunday with Miss outlawry in the moun during the storm. makes to ston bard was with her mother in Rich A swell wedding is soon to be expect Mrs Sparks Died, of consumption, at the home Nannie and Annie Ball tai 11s. Miss Etta Cotton, ed not far oil", I can not mention any mond, last eik uf her father. W. T. B. White, Mrs. has returned from a visit to friends in Celery of Madison, has been qisiting Miss name but riding from the North of e would not set Rebecca Kennedy, wife of Ben Ken Jessamine. Miss Jennie Saunders Of course Allice Saddler, and while there the Back Creek to its head you would pass well with the Louisville convention nedy, in her 2:!th year. She had been of Nicholasvilic, has been visiting her bees swarmed, and she, good natured the Houses of the bride and gioom. was the a member of the Bantist church for a grand-fathand mother, Mr. and members. "Whisky-straiglike, undertook to settle them, and Henry Elliott has been number of years, and died in the full Mrs. Glass order of the day. Several of the Buckeye belles with they, either not likeing the sere est triumph of a living faith. May the guest of his brother. Dr. Elliott naue sue was their best fellows were at Freedom giving them, or were Mrs. O. J. on last Sunday Misses Jennie Arnold, of Oklahoma The republicans will have to hump the Lord bless the bereaved ones. ittracted by her pretty face, Hew out church themselves to Inn.- ; - interesting W. P. Durham has returned from ind Ella Loavell, of Lancaster, have after her. She running, lighting, but Moberly, of this place, is very sick at Gives " at Lexington ;is was the Corbin, where he lias been on business been the guests of M iss Mamie Bal not until the bees had stung the little this writing Mrs. Elzuroh Jones Rav is visiting Mr. Alex Ray, of Mad C. M. Jennings Louisville convention. Mr. and Mrs lard the past week and to sec home folk beauty enough to make her sick for ison county this week. J. L. Payne was visiting relatives at ind wife, of Danville, visited here several days. C. C. MoouE, the "Hairy Heathen Mr. and Mrs. Crutchlicld Sunday Rowland, Sunday.... Rev. W. T. B Last Sundav was regular meeting BACKACHE should never be nc has just been released from the Chio White and daughter, Miss Allie, spent of Lexington, are visiting their fath day at Fredom church, the pastor J. lected. It means kidney disorder ncnitentiarv and is being wined and Sundav with W. II. Cummins and er, J. W. Poor Misses Jennie Burn 3. Wills was not at his appointment if allowed dined by his inlidel friends. family John Culson, of Bee Lie! side, Maggie Tonilinson and Albert which, in Bright's to run too long will but was attending the general asso lold- or ciation at Mt. Sterling, he .sending disease, diabetes have been vifiting Mrs. R result Rev. W. C, Vnderj-owas here the other day Low Mis: other serious and often fatal com Rev. George Thompson, of Bourne, to Gov. "Wokthixotox is said Clay and wife are at Cartersville, in : A. McGrath; the past week Lieut, to tne till his pulpit Nettie Parks, of Mercer county, is vis plaints. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE satisfaction ofwhich was done if Bro. to have announced as a candidate for protracted meeting. We sell and recommend it. all present, and is guaranteed for kidney disorder. governor. If all the convicts that he Thompson would give his time and you are interested in horses, you iting her aunt, Mrs. Morris. If C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm study to the preaching of the Gospel lias set free will vote for him, the old should subscribe for the American For relief and comfort in Asthm he would cause great awakenings in codger should have no trouble of win Stock Farm. Lexinyrton. Ky. The COUSSEN'S HONEY OF TAR has the house of the Lord. ning. AO cents price is S2.00 per year, but you can se no equal. Price 23 and J. A. Shear, of Scdalia, Mo., savde C. C. & J. E. Stormes cure it from now until January 1, 11)00 his child from death by croup by using The latest trust formed is the cas for $1.00, if you will mention this pa A large crowd attended nrcachiu One Minute Cough Lure. Jt cures ket and colVin trust. This leads the per when writing. mar30tf here Sunday. coughs, colds, pneumonia, la grippe Fulton Leader to say "The very last Henry Montgomery sold some com ind all throat and lung troubles. tiling a man can take with him Oliver Boner sold to Clayton Arnold at$l.(i0 per bbl. to Mr. Horn. Sorines Drug Store. lm this earth, even to heaven or sheol, nice, combined saddle and harness Mr. Virgil Shcrrow is on the sick trusts a collin and yet the horse for $100. list- hound him to the grave." Messrs. W. N. Grow and A. D. Ford TJie musical at the school house Mr. Leisure's house near Kentucky CAN SELL YOU lot of lambs to Mont was not very well attended. They on delivered river was destroyed by lire last WedThe press boys are having their dress goinery & their Sweeney at live cents per y made $7.70. nesday. suits pressed and standing collars pound. 2W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa., say; laundered to go on the annual outin A very strange incident occurred ioriy years i nave tried various here The trip will be a great treat to those Jack Naylorsold one yoke of oxen this week, "Monday came on to Mr. Hendren, of Madison, for $100, cough medicines, One Minute Cougl of the boys having the spare "chang Sunday." Cure is best of all." It relieves instant- Normon Grow, of Mt. Hebron, was to take it. If they would meet Mr. Hutchinson, of Boyle, was thro' and cures all throat and lung trou some other time of the year than the in this locality last week cuttin this vicinity last week representing bles. falls due, grass. middle, when house-rethe Rochester nursery. lm Stormes Drug Store. more of the 1kvs could attend. Business called Robert Simpson t Miss Mary Lynn Mock, of Danville If j'our sight is blurred witli speck.1-anMr. Paschal Bryantsville Saturday is visiting her cousin. Miss Hall spots tloating before your eyes, or Coxgkessmex have been called up- Miller, of Owensboro. visited relative Rice Mrs. Mary Letcher, ofNich you have pains on the right side undei on for appointments to Iill vacancies in this part of the county, last weel olasville, is visiting Mrs. Todd Scott the ribs, then your liver is deranged, Mrs. Mariah Lane Lota, spent at Wast Point Military Academy. ind wile Mina Swope, of and you need a few doses of Raney s Middleburg, Little is no inducement for young Wednesday with There oolford is visiting her aunt. Mis regulate it. Price 0 cents go there and study military family at Lock No. 8 men to Mrs. Bernice Jennie Swope C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Mrs. Geo. Durham tactics. After completing tlie course Broaddus and children, of McCreary, has been quite sick, but is some bet Mr. Eldridge, of Athens, Fayette and giving the greater part of their .11c spending the week witli her par ter at this writing county, visited his brother, Robert Misses Sail lives to military matters, they are cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Naylor Herring, Hallie Rice and Mary Lyn Kid ridge, last week Robert Stone. shoved aside to make room lor polit- Mrs. Stella Ford visited her parents .Mock spent Saturday and Sunday witl jf Lanoaster, spent last Wednesday ical tigure heads who dont know hay wr. and .Mrs. 01 Lancaster, J'Ti Miss Sallie Lou Myers, at Buckeve ivith his sister, Mrs. Maviah Montr foot from straw foot. day and Saturday Mrs. Eliza Mob Rev. John A. Bruce, of Danville, will gomery Wm. Collier, of IndianapoRotary Motion and -;rley has returned from a weeks' visit preach elevat Ik the man who worries will only to her daughter, Mrs. Spoonainore, of nev. w. the Fork church, Sunday lis, who has been gone from here relaM. iviiydendall will not en years, is visiting friends and peep over the fence he will sec others Hubble Nick Lane, wife and little preach his farewell sermon asannounc tives in this and Jessomine counties. with burdens far heavier to bear. Annie, have been visiting relatives at ed....I)r. .1. II. Durham and Miss Messrs. Sam Duncan and J. B. Most every fellow thinks his load the Nina Mr. Scott, our smith, is suf Mollie Hendren, of Kirksville, Tom Osborn were in Harrodsburg, Saturlook at the other fering from a wound on his arm, caus heavier, but take a Chesnnt and Miss Alta Bcttis, of Dan day Mrs. Marshal and daughter, poor devils striving to cek out an ed by a horse biting him ROAD-WAG- G Jack Tin you will change 3'our mind. ner and wife spent Friday with Jim v:lle, and Miss Lottie Bettis. of Lan Mrs. Sam Allen, of Georgetown, are caster, visited Misses Sadie and Pearl visiting Mrs. Lizzie Allen Wm. Next time you think you are having Clark and wife, of Sycamore Valk Aldiidge, Sunday. . . .Mrs. Wm. Broad Whitaker and family, visited W. B. the hardest time which ever befell ..Miss Emma Naylor, Messrs. Wit OR Alonzo Rans- mortal man, peep in at the country lie and Edward Grow, attended dus, accompanied by her neice, Miss Montgomery, Sunday Lillie Ray, of Buckeye, spent Tuesdsv dall and wife, of Bohon, are with their newspaper man and you will conclude preaching at Mt. Hebron, Sunday. with Mrs. Huston Ballard, near Brv relatives in this locality Miss Ce at once that you are in clover. We are pained to say that we- liav antsville A very popular young leste Simpson is the guest of Miss A. lost our assistant post master, but dy of Lancaster, was visiting in tin E. Scott Miss Nellie Bourne is vis- For sale by is stated that Gov. Bradley will like faithful Paul, of old, he had Sunday. A young ge iting her sister, Mrs. Kinnaird Wonei as soon as the Democratic convention Macedonian call and has taken hi community, Misses Lulaand Rena is over, see Goebel and other Demo- reaper and gone to other fields of In woman iiuui mat piacc oecame vcr at McCreary uneasy when she did not return in the Simpson, accompanied by Messrs. Dai. cratic leaders and ask that no attempt bor. afternoon, and fearing that some otl ay and Ben Lane, were at Ilebroh. be made to make political capital of Hardly a day passes, in families er young gentleman was the recipient Sunday Mrs. Ed Naylor is dangerthe calling of an extra session of the where there are children, in which of her smiles . drove live miles in the ously ill. Legislature to consider the situation BALLARD S SNOW LINIMENT is country to see if she was going to keep Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff of NOTARY PUBLIC, Clay count'. How anyone can get not needed. in It quickly cures Cuts m engagement with him t,h:it, ov, Troy, Mo., says if everyone in tin BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY political capital out of the Clay county Wounds, Bruises, Burns and Seal Is, ning. J nited states should discover tne vir fued is hard to conceive. All good Price 25 and 50cts. C. C. & J. E, De Witt's Little Early Risers acts at tue of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salvj fo: fo: citizens hope Gov. Bradley will carry Stormes EDUCATION Lani Swerjor anft i faultless pill should cleansing and jiles, rectal troubles and skin disease. out his determination to break up the Is absolutely ) necessurj to the yon- - g reviving the system instead of weak- the demand could not be supplied. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO lawlessness, no matter what the cost. man or young woman who would wiu ening. They are mild and sure, small lm Stormes Drug Store. succcda iu Hie. This being conceded and pleasant to take, and entirely fre t Is of first Importance to get your training at the school that strand In the very front rank Tiie Court of Appeals, in an opinion from objectionable drugs. They assist afli LIFE INSURANCE by Judge P.iynter, allirmed by judgMr. Sam Myers, wife and children rather than compet. TJIE ERYANT & STitATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE ment of the Franklin Circuit Court of Illinois, and Byson Myers and sis hn Stormes Drug Store. LOUISVILLE, KY. and State Fiscal Court, in the case of tcr, of Jessamine, visited their sister, SPRINGFIELD W. II. Furr sold twelve lambs to Seven experienced teacher?, each one a spicialirt in his line George, etc, vs. Lilian! Warden, sus- Mrs. Wm. Simpson, last week Mr The Farm and Ranch remarks that Jlr. E. L. Woods for $5.25 per hundred Graduates of this colli go preferred by business houses. Write lor HBEAHIUffAEIME a beautiful book'givius testimonials from graduates occupying SHORTHAND, taining the parole law passed in 18S0. .Molhc Morris, and little son, Ben, of it was not Joaquin Miller who advisee, prominent positions all over the Unite J btutes it will be mulled TELEGRAPHY. The law was declared invalid and in- Trimble county, and Mrs. Besner Mc farmers to plow up theirdogsand plant amounting to $55.02. INSURANCE CO MT ANY. to yoi' FUEK. W. II. Furr bought a cow and calf operative bv Governor Brown, on his Cormack, 6f Richmond, visited thei sheep, but it is good advice, anyway. coining into ollice, on the ground of uncle, Merrell Hardin the latter part EQUITABLE I IFE INSURANCE CO If the predisposition to worms in from Mr. Oliver lor $31. interference with the pardoning pow- of last week Miss Etta Cotton and children is not cured they may become Aside from the serious mconvenicn OF NEW YORK. er. The court holds the law valid, Mr. II. Roper, Miss Tudor Hendren emaciated, weakly and in danger of M and plain caused by piles, there is and that the power to parole is vested and Mr. Paris, of Kirksville, visited convulsions. Will TE'S CREAM tendencv to hstuia and to cancer in Robinson & Hamilton Agts in the old Board of Sinking Fund Miss Stella Broaddus, Sundav Miss VERMIFUGE is the most successful the rectal regions. Piles should not be Office ovci Tost Office. L'earl Ross, of your city, visited Mrs, and popular remedy. Commissioners, composed of the Price 2o cen s allowed to run on unchecked. TAB Laxcastkk, : : : Kkntuckv Auditor, Secretary of State, Alex Walker last week LER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINTSam Mof- C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Treasurer and Attorney General. fctt and wife, of Mt. Hebron, w; Never throw away radish tops, beet MENT is an infallible remedy. Price 30 cts. a bottle, tubes 75 cts. with their sister. Mrs. L. Forbes, Sat tops or other garden ORGANIZED 1883. vegetables. The C. C. & J. E. Stormes. urday and Sunday Misses Myrtle chickens will appreciate them. and Lcla Hendren, of Madison, wcr Revs. A. J. Pike, and T. P. Bryant HUGHS NATIONAL BAN the guests of the Misses Hardwick "WOMAN'S NIGHTMARE. ind Mr. J. B. Parks, spent Sunday at J Or'LANCASTER. XT Mr?, She Shudders When She Realizes the W. II. Furr's from Saturday until Monday Mrs. Lovell spent your city was the Danger and Pain of Mary Thompson, of last week at Mrs. Graysons. guest of Miss Gulley, last week $50,000 There is bo much suffering and danger There was preaching at Good Hope Capital, Alex Durham and sister, Miss Carrie, in Btore for the young mother, that her Suiday, by the pastor, Rev. A.J happy anticipation soon gives way to a Surplus Fund io,oo visited the Misses Hardin and attendfeeling of dread at the thought of the Pike, of Brodhead. ed preaching at New Antioch,Sunday. pain which she must undergo. This BUSINESS SOLICITED. Miss Ira Hendren and Marion Coy, of constant fear so preys upon the mind of HAS NATURE WARNED YOU? Kirksville, was with Mrs. A. Walker, many women that it fills them with terr?tA In the earlr orarbs of Careful and ProwptAttentlonauaraateed Natnr and makes Sunday riae, blossoms forth trees ana no wers causingMiss Nellie Bourne and rorthe greatest babv's coinincr a source of anxiety and dread. , the despondent chord to vibrate to this, the brother, Ernest, was with their sisrresiden All the sufferhiB and dancer of the most delightful of all, springtime and how do J. U. Higqinbotham ter, Mrs. W. K. Warren, Saturday the an,H?VJd,?dX prepares fhWreVnnn so, you most not pass this warning Lzwia Y. Lxatxll S riend. Which Fever? If night and Sunday Quite a number OI Cashlej sickness; avoid this; B. F. Hudson 815 lt 18 for this Cures INDIGESTION of the young folk of your town and the body"momfnD" important " event. It consult aa indication of costs you nothing, W. O. Bisnkt us as our advice Assistant Cash'i relieves ana many call on your druggist and procure a bottle of sickness, Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon Kirksville, attended the Children's Otner unpleasant Conditions Which ex- - Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Take C. D. Walkxb The entering wedge for Bookkeepei Day exercises at this place. ist during this time. Thousands of e dose a day at bed time for six days; then nearly all Diseases the women praise "Mother's Friend" for human system is heir to. DIRECTORS: Bringing them safely through the most weeks' course of these two great remedies, you Any Old Sore. IriCWItt Y. IiXAYXLI. Critical period of their lives. 'eel IN" the flowers look la the spring. J.M.HIG8INB0THA)?. Cut, Bruise, or Sprain quickly healT. M. abnold, J. 8. Johnson, folly Warranted and Excels ed with Banner Salve the greatest others. Regulator necessary and when your system warns you. H. C. Abnold, Jb. B. F. Hubson. Go., Atlanta, Georgia, and receive free, repeat tne above. These Remedies in stock healing remedy in the world. by For Sale 8014 bT J. J. Wiutu tux. Qzbxs, valuable information on the 8 ubject, C. C. & J. E. Starmes. EE al cBoberts. R E McRoberts Jacob Y. Aoiixao. A TIMELY HINT. You should bo wise and cee that y oar blood is rich and pore and yonr whole system put in a Dr. Mrs. A. S. Ilaselden is selling her nerfectlv hcalthv condition bv the use of you Powder. Then Farmers are" about done harvesting. millinery out at cost. It will pay yo u Carlstedt's German Liver typhoid fever, colds will be free from malaria, and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver "V. P. Durham sold a nice male calf to look at the bargains. Powder Is the best medicine money can buy. cp Ben Kennedy, for $40. Go to J. S. Ilaselden's for a nice, For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Spruce Mr. W. P. Grimes bought 3(5 calves hand made saddle, as he has a nice Gum Balsam. Price 25c and BOc Frsachersville. I I No More Shakes. "TRY Yucatan Tasteless Chili Tonic Fox Jlrz Gallery. Marvelovis Aaasiimat !Liiss Th.339 Xisnses FLATTER. Il;d-win- S See our Paine's Beautiful Line OF Red-win- Compound - "love-feast- Wa aner Prices NEW DESIGNS Strength. Best Quality. Mt. Hebron. ROBERTS. Judscsii LILiLARD & STOUT, TANVILLE, KY. blood-thirt- y Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine, r Paint Wall Tintings Gheaparthan any HDiise in this Section. 1IEH-BlNE- Stock was laid in before prices advanced. Somthing Everybody Wants Ball Bearings c. GrOOID BUB&Y, SURREY, ANY KIND OF VEHICLE 1 It Cheaper than Any Place in Gentral Ky. Also Best Rubber Tires Manufactured B.W. Arnold, Lancaster, KentucKy. J X. DUNN Apt lYEcCreapy. W. J. ROMANS. k BUSINESS Flat wood. m BOOK-KEEPIN- Gcv-emo- r, 3! Child-bearin- i ferial) " tii-si1- f Pewtier at Price, 25 Cents. Wffffffr. ni&W' SSlSS wratm 3K S. It GhIIbTIES' all All Kinds Farm Machinery Always onHand CENTRAL RECORD. SUPPLEMENT. Lancaster, Ky., June 29, 199. GOEBELTHEMAN He is Nominated as Democratic Candi- date lor Governor of Kentucky. Stone W Dropped on the SSth and Hardla 1'iovril Unab 1 to Control Kuoug-of thai utoue Delegate' Vote to Win the ttigUi. Louisville, Ky.. June 22. The democratic rt.vcntion was called to orJer Wednesday aft-- ti The Goebel-Mor- .e noon by Chalimun Johnson. yeople pluced Judge David P. Bedwlne W. in nomination for temporary chairman. I:, bneecey. of Marion county, was nominated Ly the Hardin faction. The flrst ballot resulted: Redwine, 510; Sweeney. 416. but a number of counties were raised on accoilnt of contests, and the vote vu held up pending a decision an to how the vrtc cf thet counties were to be cast. At C:iS o'clock the democratic convention, alter sweltering tor ihre? hours over a tedious hearing of contests, broke up in great disorder, caused by an attempt to eject a noisy rued from the mate. This caused a .stampede tut no ose was Injured. In the midst of the declared excitement Chairman Johnston the convention adjourned until B p.m. When the convention j ot together Wednesday evening Chairman Johustoa took the Kenton county contest under advisement, after which he decided in favor of the regular dele-putin two district and threw out the third. Capb Joha&ton then announced the result ol the ballot for temporary chairman, declaring Redwine elected by a vote ol 51 6 to 529 for Sweeney. This marked the success of the combination. first step in the Stone-GoebSenator Farris, of Garrard county, nominated Wm. Cromwell, of Frank ort, for temporary secretary, and he was elected by acclamation. Louisvjlli:. Ky., June S3. The democratic convention held but a short session Thursday morning and adjourned shortly before noon until 7 o'clock Thursday evening to allow the committees to work. The convention rensspmbled Thursday evening. The credentials committee had scarcely begun its work when the convention adjourned wntll 0 o'clock Friday morning. feXouisviLLE. Kv. June 34. The convention 'WMr called to order at 9;30a.m. Friday, and ftier-thadoption of eulogls lc resolutions in memory of the late Richard P. Iiland. took a recess until 4 o'clock Friday afternoon to await the report of the committee on credentials. Louisville, Ky.. June Hi The convention met shortly after 4 o'clock and tcok another recess until 8 o'clock. For the third time In as many days the democratic s ate convention Friday night broke up In disorder. Louisville. Ky., June 25. When Chairman Redwine rapped for order Saturday morning the report of the credentials committee was The committee disposed presented and read. of contents In S2 counties Involving about 357 seats. These were all decided In favor of Stono or Goobel delegates except In three county and the Fourteenth cases Gallow.-legislative district of Louisville, where Hardin delegates were seated, and Nicholas county, where the delegation was divided between contestant and contestee. A minority report was presented by the Hardin people. Finally a call of the roll was reached, the question being the adoption of the minority report of the committee on credentials. The vote resulted: Ayes, 337; nays, 44L The majority report of the convention was then unanimously 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 re ult In a split. The applnuse had 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 an expression from blm was necessary to the united party. With a few cordial words of thanks his withhe announced to followers drawal from the race for governor, and appealed earne tlv for tbe undivided su.port of the party in behalf of the i ominee. The committee on organization then reported. It recommended the continuation of the temporary 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. Tarvla. of Covington, contains the following: The democrats of Kentucky in convention assembled reaffirm, without the slightest qualification, he principles and policle declared admlnfstratlon for Its reckless eztravsgnnc in the conduct of publlo affairs: for its cruel and inhumaa negleot in 1:6 treatment of our soldiers snd sailors during the late Spanish war: tor Its complete subordination to the of organized wealth; for protection and encouragement of trusts and comblna loss; nd especially for its appointment and retention In office of an attorney general devoted to tho interests of trusts and combinations. We call attention to the incompetency of the present republican administration In Kentucky: to the abuses and scandals in the of penitentiaries and asylums while under republican control, and we commend the wisdom of the last general asembly of Kentucky in the enactment of laws which seoure the wise and economical administration of the penitentiaries and other public institutions of the state undor democratic control: to tho increase in the rate of taxation; to the vetoing of all democratic legislation favorable to the interests of tbe reople and hostile to the oppressions and extortions ot organized wealth. We believe the trust Is the result In large measure of the politics adopted and pursued by the republican party, chief among which are the demonetization ot silver, by which the volume of currency has been kept below the and demands of buslnes-- . the enactment and enforcement ot vicious, and unpatriotic legislation, such as the r i elective tariff laws, known as the MrKinley and Dicgley bills, whereby there Is a discrimination in favor of corporate wealth and a pains t individual enterprise. We favor the destruction of the result as well as the removal of the causes. The ot Independent bimetallism at 16 to and the repeal of all protective tariff laws would do more to cripple nnd destroy the organization and operation ot the trust than any other laws. We believe the law in Kentucky known at law should be so amended us to the anti-tru- st make unUwful auy agreement, combination or nrrangement by corporations or Individuals under which, in the carrying on of any business, tbe price charged should thereby be fixed, controlled or regulated. And we believe should be further so amended as that the to provide that all contracts made by any combination, generally known as a trust, in any kind cf business shall be void and not enforcl-bl- e us to such trust or combination, and we especially demnnd that all trust controlled articles be placed on the free list. We hereby express our continued confidence In Wm. Jennings Bryan and favor his nomination for the presidency of the United States by tbe democratic national convention of 1900. We rscommend to the democrncv of Kra tucky J. C S. Blackburn as the successor ot Wm. Lindsay in the United State senate. We endorse the wur carried to success for the frcteom ot the enslaved Cubans; and we tipprcciate and honor the course and homUm of our soldiers and tailors therein engaged; out we aociare tne conduct of the present national administration as to the Philij pines to be repugnant to every line of tte bill of rk-- il the constitution and the dec.araiion of independence. ing. The 'disorder con tinned without Interruption until after 6 o'clock when the Goebel men hit upon the plan to have county chairman come to the stage and cast the vows of ihelr delegations. This set their frenzied opponents beside themselves with linger, but the roll call proeeeded, the awful din Increasing all the whila County chalrmon came to the stage and the clerk had to lean over to close range to eatch a word that was said. The Hardin men and many Stone delegate did not vote. After half an hour of the hardest kind of work, the ballot wos finished and announced as follows GoebeL 352$: Stone, 8C1K: Hardin, 67. Thn chnlr ordered another ballot whereupon Ollie James, a big lunged Stone leader, cried t "All Hardin and Stone men refuse to vote." They won't do it." the Goebolltes responded deflsntl.. and sure enough ther did not: tho predictions that have been made that tho weakness of Hardin and Stone would show lutulf In the lack of control ov. r their delegates were verifloJ. The last ballot, the 13th, resulteo. Goebel 3;(K: toee 275; Hardin 89. By agreement of the candidates, the convention adjourned until 10 o'clock Tuesday morn- prominent candidate! withdrew. "Breckinridge proposal which the peace declined to discuss on the g: n A rim. it was not contained in t to Get Itesa Newport, H. L, Jane 20. Rr. Adm, circular and was, therefore, Sampson has received th papers from provided that private property not con Secretary hong granting a month's traband of war should be exempt from leave ot absence to him. and he will seizure on the high seas. Russia' leave tbe fleet July S. During his ab- naval proposal is that the nations sence the command will devolve on agree on a total of warships, number Capt. Henry C Taylor, of the Indiana. of men in the navy and expenditures Adm. Sampson ia not ill, but he is bad- on forts, docks and arsenals. ly 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-N-o mp-o- nominated. Gus Coulter, of Graves county, was nominated for auditor or state. Breck H11L of CUrk. for secretary of sta:. and W. F. Hagos, of Boyd, for state treasurer. A The Uagi-b- mar Iran Plan D.cll , June27. Til Louisville. Ky.. June sa The belligerency of the Celegntcs to the utate democratic convention, to appearances, passed with tbe night. Chairman Redwine. lurju'.uy morning, ordered the first ballot for governor without arousing a word of protest. It proceeded in a humdrum way. the three candidates dividing the vote) Just about as they hove from the start. Confer-nces between the Stone and Hardin managers lasted until late In tbe night without bringing them nearer to an agreement. They hov nothing In common save opposition to Goebel. and that cause does not appeal strongly enough to their followers to bring about a working agreement. The whole contest still swings around tho lmparturbaole Kenton county man. who has from the start played his hand coldly and skillfully, and has not yet lost a trick. The drift uf the Hardin-Ston- e coalition Is strongly toward Hardin in preference to Stone, but there Is no sl,n yet that it can be made effective. 378: Goebel. 354. Goebel. 349. The first ballot Tuesday morning, the fourteenth since voting btgnn. resulted: Stone, Hardin, GoebeL 356. Fifteenth l a lot.: Stone, ZSSk Hardin, 351; Sixteenth ballot Stone, 385; Hardin, 358; 355; 370; Seventeenth ballot: Stone. 373; Goebel, Hardin. : 6. H. Eighteenth ballot: Stone. 374: Hardin, Goebel. 348. K.neteenth ballot: 3t5!i: Goebel. Hardin-;on- p 3SO, Stone, S74J4"; Hardin, leaders are very onsry over RcdwInc'.H refusal to entertain u resolution for a sine die aJjo rnment.. They said they were determined to con.lnue the deadlock untU In the mutter of state affairs, thn filntf indorses the election law passed by the last legislature, known as the "Goebel law" and tbe law "To prevent extortionate, unfair and discriminating lreU'ht rates by transportation c ompanies." both of which were passed over Gov. lsrudley's veto. The law to insure in the sale ot schools books is nim in. dorsed. Tiie rendtn of the nlatform great deal of enthusiasm, particularly the ref- cicuce to nryan ana liiackburn. The resolu tions were then adopted as renorted. Vi.-rcame the nomina.ions for governor. Hon. Joha . Khea i laoing the name of Capt. W. J. Stone before the convention. Congressman Wnwinr seconded it. Judge Tarvin nominated Goe-be- L nmvvi . seconded GoebeL A vote was ordered and the roll call proceeded with considerable disorder. On the first ballot Goebel reached M8tf votes. Changes then cut him down to 48.K. 1 At this time Stone hod 4K. Hardin is Gov. Brown 17. These figures are unofficial and counties are changing from column to col umn, umia tne greatest confusion. Five hundred and forty-seve- n votes are necessary to a choice. The convention adjourned at 2:15 until 6 p.m. without making a nomination. Judge Hnrgls. of Louisville, created a sensation by seconding GoebeL C. J. Uronston also Redwine yields. To the surprise of all the factions apparently. Delegate Kch.e movei to adjourn until 3 p. m. Askelwny he made the Adjournment motion Kehoe said that the Goebel forces needed a couple of hours for caucusing. He would say no more. Tne convention adjourned at 1:18 r. m to 3 p. m. Manv of the Stone-- K .rdin dcie :e voted for adjournment because they were hungry. Louisville. Ky.. June 28. William GoebeL who with un iron trn.--p has ruled the democratic stale convention klr.ee it assembled nearly a week ago. was TutsJar night nominated for governor on the 21th ballot, a ter a contest unparalleled in this state for bitter- ness and determination, or on the part of the winner for skillful manipulation. The tn.l of the long, exhausting fight brought a remarkable degree of harmony to through the factions which have waged the fight relentlessly and battled for every Inch, ot ground. Nearly every do Jy joined in a dem- onstratlon when their cundidute appeared for the fir-- 1 time before the convention to accept Anderson & Spillman, bought Sat urday, the wheat crops of Jake Bonta, J. T. Fackler, Gentry Bros., W. S. De- Long, J. G. Cecil, R. G. Evans and the honorary degrees conferred by amounting to Harvard university Wednesday were George F. Anderson, about 30,000 bushels. Price 65 cents. Cam-bathose of doctor of laws upon Jules Advocate. the French ambassador to the United States; Gen. Leonard Wood, U. Kentucky Fairs. S. A., military governor of Santiago, The following are the dates for Cuba; Rr. Adm. W. T. S mpson. IT. S. ing Kentucky Fairs this year: N and Arthur T. Hadley, presidentRichmond. August 1 1 days. elect of Yale university. Lexington, August 8 5 days. Stoddard's Appointment. aaj JHauisonvme, August, a Washington, June 29. George StodLawrenceburg, Aug. 154 dayj dard, of Wyoming, will be made census Columbia, August 224 days. supervisor for the First Ohio district, Brodhead, August 233 days. comprising the First and Second conShelbyville, August 234 days.; gressional districts. His recommendaSpringfield, August 23 3 days. tion was signed by both Congressmen Bardstown, August 2 5 days. Shattuc and Bromwell. Elizabethtown, Sept. 5 i days. Bowling Green, Sept. 134 days.FIVE COLORED MENARE DEAD Glasgow, Sept. 204 days Tbey Worked Hard All Day. Iloazht Tea Guthrie, Sept. 27 I days. Large W atermelons. Ate wo Kach on Horse Cave, Sept. 274 days. Ktnpty Stomncha anil Died. days. Owensboro, October Birmingham, Ala., June 2?. John Davis, William Turner, Georjre Alexander, Deck Thomas and Aa 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 As the result cramp colic folj woods. lowed, and at 5 o'clock Monday' morn- BeBreseiitinEMloiiiCofflpi ing Turner died. An hour later Stephens gave up the ghost and by Aetna, noon all five were corpses. Queen, The deaths alarmed the Negroes of the neighborhood greatly, many bePalatine, lieving that a "hoodoo" had put a spell National, on the mt-through the medium of Hartford, the melons. Honorary Degrees Conferred. Cambridge. Mass., June 29. Among n, - Arms Being supplied to the Hoers. Washington, June 29. At the state department it is denied that England has made any representations regarding the shipment of American-mad- e CoL Lee, the Britarms to the Boers. ish military attache, investigated a report to that effect, sent out by a London press agency, and found there was nothing in it, Lawrencebars Fair. Secretary J. W. Gaines has toi tributiun the catalogues for the renceburg Fair. It contains new and attractive features, i with the liberal premium list, should induce many exhibitors to attend the coming meeting of the Association. 35 R. KINNAIRD, INSURANI j j Drleware, TWO PRISONERS GOT AWAY. . la the democratic platform adopted at Chicago la 189& Our faith lu bimetallism Is vindicated by erenu. The necessity for the restoration of the double standard was acknowledged by the president and congress in 1897 when a commission was sent to Europe to entreat other nations to aid in establishing bimetallism, and to sethe failure of the commission confirms the cure European In their belief of free coinage friends that relief can only come by the Independent action of the United States. The present legal ratio of 16 to 1 is the only ratio at which bimetallism 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 present republican national the nomination and return hl thanks. ' The Goebel forces held the opposition closely down to business all dy. forcing continuous balloting, defeating them when they showed signs of weakness and sought a sine die adjournment, compelling a vote on a proposit.on to drop the hindmost on each ballot after 'the 25th and came out of the final trial of strength shortly after 10 o'c ock Tuesday night with colors flying. Stone was dropped on the 25th ballot, and Hardin proved unable to control enough ot the Stone votes to win. After the nomination the convention enjoyed and reconciliation. Louisville. Ky.. June 7. The democratlo a few minutes of re convention Saturday afternoon and evening Speeches were made by ( oagTestman Wheeler, took eleven ballots before the adjournment, juilg- - Tr.rvin and other n a lugers for the three was had until Monday. The nine ballots a I was "get to taken candidates and the theme-o- f Saturday night and so announced to the con- gethe: nd win." vention were as follows. Kr- - June 59. The democratic Louis vili.k. Ballot. Stone. GoebeL Hardin, state conven ion resumed lis work on the Third 379 8 254?-1- 2 559 3 minor state offices at 9:30 o'clock Wednesday Fourth morning. 181 354 856 1 J Fifth 164 A resolution wts adopted to drop the hind8 349 S8J5-1- 2 ST.2 3 Sixth.. most candidate on tie second ballot and there152 li Seventh. S83 S. 3715-1- 2 after on all offices yet before tbe convention. Eighth. 194 . Presentation speeches were limited to two 341 8563-- 4 Ninth 388 4 3481-- 3 minutes. 8M8-- 4 Tenth S75 3--4 861 Tho following candidates were placed in 854 4 Eleventh 376 346 4 nomination for. lieutenant governor: W. P. 36i Louisville. Ky.. Juno 27. Cholrman Red- Tbornc. of Henry: J C W. Beckham, ot Nelwine called the democratic state convention son: Thomas A Hays, of Louisville, and Jas. to order at 10:2i o'olock Monday. Trouble Kelly, of Trigg. The first ballot for lieutenant governor restarted at once. Congressman Rhea at onca Hays, 201 tf: Thome, mounted a chair, and In a. fierce speech, declared sulted: Beckham. 864 : Kully, 22634. Ths rest scattering. Necthat he would return thanks to Mayor Weaver for his police protection. "But this is the first essary to nominate. 547. Delegates, disgusted at the delay, adopted democratlo convention la twenty years I hava another resolution to drop the hindmost delebeen in where police were required to keep orgate on the first ballot. Hays then withdrew. der," he yelled. Beckham, who was on the Goebel slate, won He wound up by moving-- that the police ba on the first ballot. The other candidates with-drerequested to leave the halL and he asked the making the nomination unanimous. ca.l of tbe counties on tbe motion. Bccktum will b SO years old, the required Redwine ruled against him. and he appealed age. just time to take his seat next January from the chair's deolslon. Redwine refused to entertain the appeaL He ordered the secretary if elfeied. He lives at Bardstown, Nelson county, where he is an attorney. He was to begin the roll call for the 12th ballot Delegates Rhea, Sweeney, Thompson and soeukcr of the house in the last general assemMitchell, all Hardin men now. mounted chairs bly of Kentucky. He Is a single man and popand excitedly declared that they would break ular. John S. Smith, of Bourbon; C. C. Bays, 4f up the convention If the chairman did not act Bell; James Andrew Scott, of Franklin, and' fairly. Robert J. Breckinridge, of Boyle, were preThe Hardin and Stono man would not allow sented to the convention for attorney generaL Luslncbs to proceed. W. B. Fleming. ofLoulovllle, who has been, Jim Hennesy, Desperate longb, ant Cba. Wllcbert Leave tbe HpringUeld, Mo, Jail Train Kobber Jennings. Milwaukee, Conneticut, Springfield. Mo., June 27. There was a jail break here Monday morning about 2 o'clock in which "Bill" Jennings, a convicted train robber, cams Liverpool & London & Globe. very near gaining liberty. Jim North British & Merchantile. a desperate tough, and Charles Wilchert escaped, crawling out through a hole which they had Aetna LtfeIns.Co.of Hartforfl.CoiiB made with a chisel. Jennings was their cell mate and would have escaped but for the fact that the hole You Are Going North, was not large enough for him to crawl through. While he was trying to enYou Are Going South, large it he made a noise and attracted the guards and Jennings was re.r.oved You Are Going East, to another cell. "Jack" Kennedy, anr v. m f rr atiimm mmwnxr other convicted train robber, occupied mm m ihm a separate cell and had no opportunity to join in the break. aCMAC TICKETS VM TMC Hen-ness- y, Continental, Falls, German American, Fhenix of Brooklyn, New York Underwriters, Glens If If mm Mm n a.a NO MORE CLEVELAND GAMES. Owing to Poor Attendance Nearly All thm Leagoe Club Kef as to Return and Play la Tbat City. Cleveland, June 27. Cleveland will not see any more league baseball this year. No more games will be played here after the series with Boston oloses, July L President Robson made this announcement Monday. "The cause,' he says, "is the refusal of nearly every club that has played 'here this season, to return, owing to the poor attendance. This year the gate receipts at the grounds of the Cleveland club have not averaged much over fSS per day. All the Cleveland games will be transferred to other cities. tewianus a Namvhxs It. It. am mm etewM The Maximum of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, of Rates. e.r... ' The Minimum Bates, Time and all other mfenaatisa win be cheerfully farmUfced by C. Or by . ATMORE. LOCXVHXX.KS. t iUttUliuUUuJulUiuJUlUtUJU iUittiMlUliUUJUJtt JUMUtt OLD SOL Burdett at Bryantsville. Mrs. Eliza Farris has returned from THURSDAY June 2q, - I89o several days' visit to Danville. Mrs. B. F. Wal ter and son, Robert, have returned from a visit to li. L. ! Salter and family, of Danville. Mrs. J. R. Hill leaves Thursday to visit friends in Middlcsboro and Uncle Cla'born Lear remains quite Pineville for the benefit of bcr health. OEJNTKAL, KEOOKD. Miss Pearl Hill is visiting Mrs. PERSONAL. Sends his Hot Rays But we can help you Prepare for Them. oceec'oneoo6tK)Otiuotctffoo"''fft(') If you have not supplied yourself weight Clothing, come to us. with. Light"We will ill. Mrs. Margaret Robinson is visiting relatives in Danville. Miss Tillie Arnold is visiting Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold. Mrs. Frith and children, have baen visiting Mrs. II. M. Ballou. Col. and Mrs. John W. Poor visited Mrs. W. R. Cook this week. 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. Prof. Henry Elliott, of Mayficld, was in town this week mingling with old friendf. 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. Ills Life was Saved. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen f Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder-- f ul deliverance from a frightful deatho In telling of it he says: "I had taken Typhoid Fever, that ran into pneumonia. My lungs became hardened. I was so weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. I expected to soon die of Consumption, when I heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave great relief. I contin ued to use it, and now am well and strong. I can't 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 $1.00. Trial bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drug lm Store; every bottle guaranteed. ST. JOHN'S DAY. 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Frohman & Co KT. 1 DANVILLE,wff wwwiffw mittwiif wfiffiffWff iff in iff yifwrwrfy iff GLOBE. the: CAPT. GEO. II. DOBYNS Mrs. W. S. Grinstead and daughters, Enjoyable and Appropriate CelebraMisses Kate and Nellie, of Millersburg, tion at Kirksville laiit Passes Away Friday Evening. A Kind and Miss Annie Spoonamore, of Stan Saturday. Iy Gentleman and Loyal The Commencement at Berca was a Cltlz lift. ford, visited Mrs. Hunley Singleton rand success. A great many from (Danville Advocate ) a big day with June 24th is always this week. round here went and had a nice time. Masonic lodges the world over, and d Captain George II. Dobyns, an old. M .ore & Co. ran their Hack and Fergursbn, Judge J. S. wherever it is convenient a big picnic Col. W. L. passengers. All of the livery Judge R. and celebration is held. Several neigh- and highly esteemed citizen of Dan 15 Robinson, Mr. J. V. Cook, hvery-ne- n evening, after an illigs were out that day and the A. Burnside, "Crafty" Burnside and borhood lodges usually unite and have ville, died Friday ness of about six months. made good money. Thurmond Anderson are among the one big gathering. Kirksville lodge, The funeral was held yesterday afDr. Poyntz and Dr Cosenbergc of No. 183, decided to do the honors this ternoon Mrs. William Hughes has returned guests at Dripping Springs. at half past three o'clock, a his place, attended the .Commcnce-nererryvme. hailfrom a visit to relatives in and handsome year, and the announcement was Mrs. Chas. Whitwer the Methodist church, by Rev. J. R by surrounding brethat Bcrea, also Mr Jim Butner, Mrs. Nannie Corn and two sons were little son, Charles Fox, and Miss Arm ed with delight Savage. It was attended by a larg he polite clerk of Moore & Co. ren. The day was a beautiful one.and congregation and the remains wen strong, of Dallas, Texas, win arrive guests of T. W. Reid and family Bro. The Picnic given by the Masons at Saturday to visit their grandparents, the lovely woodland, opposite followed to the grave by a processioi Coy's just beyond Kirksville, never which attested the love and esteem in Airksville was a good one. There Capt. and Mrs. F. J. White. Richmond Pantagraph: Miss Bes looked more inviting. From 1,000 to which the deceased was held. Com verc about 1,000 people attended and sie Bolton is visiting relatives in Gar Nicholasville Journal: Tom Under 1,500 people assembled early in the rades of Wellington Harlan Post bore lad a nice time. There was speaking distinguish rard. wood, the popular and accommodating day. Some annoyance was caused bj the casket to its resting place, anc n the ground by several Misses Louise and Frankie Kauff-ma- n transfer agent at B. D. Spears' livery the Lancaster band failing to show up there, draped with the ilag which tht rentlemen from Richmond Lancaster are visiting relatives in Iluston-vill- stable, is reported ill of fever at the at the proper time, but when it did Captain loved so well and laden with md other points. Lancaster Band home of relatives near Parksville arrive and the folks learned the delay flowers from hundreds of loving hands urr ished good music for the occasion. k Boyle county. was caused by a sick horse, all extend Paint Lick has another weary body was laid away. the Judge M. D. Hughes is working up mining from R. L. Jennings & Co. Joe ed the forgiving hand to the boys ano Captain Dobyns had been in failing Jacob Joseph, G. S. Grecnlcaf, Maccabee insurance in Danville this Co. Drug store. with a i(jaUh fQr bufc untn ab()Ut slx itore across to Fish & Haselden, Alex Bishop, R. II. Tomlin- - proceeded to entertain them week. , . t.hi musicians surelv annre- T....1. tt:.. You get up in the morning tired, a son. llenrv I'attcrson, .kick matt, months aeo was aoie to no aooui. At Miss Amanda Anderson is in Crab Louis Landram and several other ciated. A large stand was erected that time he began to decline, hiscon- - bad taste in themouthandaheadaiche Orchard, where she will spend several Master Masons attended the Kirks under a canopy of maple trees and lition became a matter of serious con Know what's the matter? Biliousness, weeks. scats arranged far out on each side cern, and, though all that skilled at Take DcWitt's Little Early Risers. ville celebration Saturday. for the audience. Bro. J. W. Moore, liver and cure conMrs. Henry Fanlconer left Tuesday were entertained Master of Kirksville lodge, called the tention and loving care from family They regulate the A few friends ind friends could do was freely given, stipation pleasantly and promptly. to spend several weeks at Dripping Tuesday evening by Misses Allie, Bet-assembly to order and delivered the grew weaker and weaker Never gripe. Springs. tie and Mary Anderson in honor of address of welcome. Bro. W. P. Prew- - the sufferer came, peacefully, to close l,n Stormcs Drug Store. end Lyman Ryan has about recovered their cousin, Miss Clara Hann, of itt, an exceedingly bright Mason, and until the the chapter of a useful life. were injuries received by a fall Texas. Lovely refreshments from the l.tiii Irritation. a mighty clever man, introduced the George II. Dobyns was born in E;isJ.- served and an enjoyable evening spent. speakers. First came Hon. Grant E. last week. Is the forerunner to cousumplson. years ago, and ern Virginia, sixty-fou- r will cure it, Joe Waters said some mighty nice Lilly, of Richmond, who gave a very came to Kentucky when quite a young Dr. Bell's County Clerk John Duncan is and give such strength to the lungs in interesting talk upon Masonry and its man. vacation at Cumber things about The Recoiid's editor a years of age he At twenty-on- e will not settle the last issue of the Lincoln Demo foundation. At the conclusion of his narried Mary Robinson, daughter of that a cough or ea cold land Falls. Twenty-livcents au .uuiujlt-ert- s Spread crat, all of which are highly apprecia speech, dinner was announced. Dick there. M. Robinson, of Richard lm Miss Margaret Ilackley, of GeorgeDrug Store. upon snowv linnens beneath the state- Robinson." They have one child, Rieh-irted. Joe had to draw upon his town College, is visiting relatives in powerful hard to write ly trees, was a feast tit for ye gods. of Knoxville. A Peculiar World. Lancaster. Spring chicken, old ham, beef, mut tliem. When the War of the Rebellion This is a peculiar world, says an auOlivia Sweeney has returned kinds of breads and, in broke out, Mr. Dobyns was among the ton, salads, all Miss Misses Carrie Taylor, of Augusta, One man is saving money to from a visit to Miss Jennie Shumate Ky., and Mary Beazley, of btantord, fact, everything that goes to make up irst to answer the call for volunteers thority. .mild "a house, another trying to sell s in Danville. iveiituuKy uium-i- , to defend the Union and he entered :ost to build it. are the pretty and charming guests of a quantities of it. the Union Army, becoming a member his for less than it Mrs. Mary II. Letcher, of Nicholas Misses Alice and Lizzie Hudson, on there, and bountiful all the money he can girls and handsome wo- if General Nelson's staff. His capaci- - Qne js speniijn, Sweet-face- d ville, is the pleasant visitor ol Airs. D.uiville avenue. Tuesday afternoon k jn tafcj., ius jrjri to the theatre flitted to and fro, determined ty and loyalty attracted the attention Todd Scott. a delightful picnic was given at the men uul sentjng her flowers with the hope leave hungry. It that no one should f his superiors, and after doing good f making her his wife, while Ins Miss Nannie Harris leaves tomor- - iron bridge in their honor. was a dinner which a fellow enjoys, service in the early preparations, Presaeighbor is using what money he has ow to visit relatives m ijuuiawuu is being not one niaae up 0f s and A charming houseparty ident Lincoln commissioned him in getting a divorce. One man esind Stanford. given by Miss Elsie Palmer this week trash, but consisted or wnoiesome, deQuartermaster, with the rank capes all the diseases tlesh is heir to brother-jn-laMr. lightfully prepared solid food. Mrs. Donald McDonald, of Danville at residence of her of Captain. He served throughout ind gets killed on a railroad. Anoth- The guests are - J. M. Higginbotham. crowd again assemDinner over, the s visiting ner parents, quire ivmthe war and was honorably discharged r escapes with only a scratch and Misses Jennie White, of Richmond, bled about the speakers stand and the naird and wife. close. In politcs Capt. Dobym .lies with the whooping cough. Une Higginbotham, of Marcellus, band livened up things by a few pa it its Annie .vas a Republican, but maintained in man stands off his creditors and goes Mr. II. M. Ballou has about recover Annie Perkins, of Marksbury, Willie triotic airs. Rev. Ira Parton was then this the same liberality which charac traveling to the lakes or springs,while nd from a sdcII of illness, and is back Belle Burnside, of Lancaster. introduced and made a forcible and terized his entire life. He was a mother stays at home and pays his it his grocery. a consistent one debts. George Smith Jr., left Tuesday for eloquent talk', wmui was grcauy iu- chureh meniber-a- nd W. R. Cook entertained Mr. Cumberland Falls, where he will act joyed, lie was ionoweu uy Mrs. from his youth up. He was for many and Mrs. Letcher Owsley at tea Wed as special reporter for several of the H. Tomlinson, of this city. The big years one of the most faithful atten BIsi.inrcli's Iron erve. nesday evening. daily papers. The Recoud will hear dinner evidently set well with Bro. dants in the Methodist Sunday school. Was theresultof hissplendid health, never heard Miss Sue Sutton, of Marksbury, is from him also. George has proved Tomlinson, as we have But it is not as a soldier and as a cit indomitab ewill and trf mendous enerdid isiting her sister, Mrs. Ben' Hughes himself a good correspondent. In re him make a better speech than he to izenthough he had honorable careers gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, porting he is careful, painstaking and there. He devoted most of his talk on Danville ave. Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. as both but as a man of extreme and goodness will Captain Dob If you want these qualities and the strivesto give both sides of all mat- - the manner in which the Musonic fra Misses Cohen and Dickerson, of orternity protected tne wiaows aim ters in a perfectly fair manner. yns be most tenderly remembered. uiccess they bring, use Dr. King's New Nicholasville, have been visiting Mrs. phans, and his touching words brought There was in his heart a feeling of Life Pills. They develop every power Sunday was Children's Day at Last Letcher Owsley. tears to many an eye. We have had brotherly love for all men and he wa& of brain and Ixuly. Only 25c at R. E. Methodist church and the exer Ini the pleasure of attending quite a num- ever ready to spread the mantle of McRoberts Druggist. Gen. D. R. Collier and wife attend the were very interesting uue oi ber of fraternal gatherings with Bro. charity where others might have blamed the funeral of Capt. Dobyns, at cises the most entertaining features was Tomlinson and heard him make many Seven Good Point. Danville, Sunday. ed or derided. Added to this was a Curly Locks,'' a well delivered, aud- A writer in an exchange has observhis address Saturday was by genial disposition which made him Rev. Massee has gone to Atlanta, bly spoken oration by Master Joseph talks, but far the best we have ever heard made pleasant as a companion and valued as ed the following: Georgia, to see his father and mother Rogers, a tot of sum The citizen who doesn't like mow by anyone. Speeches on such occa- :i friend. He loved little children. who are seriously ill. mers, lie spoKe "ijittie uiss luunet lazy to sions generally consist in brushing and they in turn loved him one ol ers is generally one who is too response to an encore. The hand Miss Mary Elizabeth Marksbury, of off the moon and picking the most genuine tests of nobility of out weeds. Marcellus, is the guest of Misses Altie some little fellow never hesitated a stars from the heavens, but none of The man who talks loudest about heart. His devotion to his little as moment, and was as and Bessie Marksbury. speakers did this Saturday, conse- niece and her beautiful affection foi hard times is the man who does the the College graduate. Then beautiful quently the cold facts interested the incidents least to make times good. Miss Vesta Lackey, of Kansas City, little Miss Ada Wesley, of the san.e people and will have a good effect for him was one of the tenderest He who says life is not worth the Mo., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. tender age, recited. She was as pretof his life. thefraternity. Bro. A. J. Pike also The widow, who shared his compan- living gets frightened the worst at the and Mrs. D. M. Lackey. ty and coquettish as a maiden of six- made an interesting talk replete with from ;irst suggestion of death. nearly Misses Ellene Hiatt, and Georgie teen. Her recitation was "Mother's Masonic history and other entertaining ionship for The farmer who is always dissail who also shared her very girlhood and nenry are the guests of Miss Katha- - Kisses." Miss Helen Grace Patterson matter. with the weather and poor crops.is with him many of the hardships ol was expected to add to the novelty of his time r ne Hood, of Shelby City. was the intention to have some war in behalf of her country, as wel" the one who spends It most peremptorily Mrs. W. Simpson Elkin, of Atlanta, the occasion, but children from the Orphans Home at- as the kindred here and in Virginia, in bed and the other half in town. as the Superintendent, Prof. tend the celebration, but their school The individual who is always comGa., is spending a few weeks with her declined, have in their sorrow the sympathv appears to Patterson, was unavoidably absent. was not closed and only two pretty of hundreds who knew and loved this plaining because the world sister, Miss Jennie Duncan. little girls could be there. The mem- kindly, Christian gentleman. The have a grudge against him is the one Mesdames Cotton and Burnside, of Cured When Other Failed. ofbers of Kirksville lodge will always angels who guard "the bivouac of the who is always doing something to Danville, have been visiting Mes S. A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y to feel proud of the day's dead" watch over no soul more gen- fend people. have reason dames Hudson and Rigney. Writes. My wife suffered from kidney doings, and we can assure them their The woman who spends three days sev- tle, no spirit filled with a truer love Griffin and family, trouble for years. She consulted out of the week complaining of the Mr. James W. visitors will never forget the kind ano for humanity. unkind things people are saying about after a visit to relatives in this city, Kidney Cures without getting relief. u her. consumes the otner iour mswij- have returned to Lexington. Volcanic Eruntron treated. She was induced to try Foley's Kidney rob ing mean things about somebody, Are grand, but Skin Eruptions Miss Lula Anderson entertained Cure and in less than a week after she The Easlc, Kins oC all Birds. life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, few friends Friday evening in honor began using it, she was greatly im A sallow, jaundiced skin is a sympis noted for its keen sight, clear aud cures them, also Old, Running and of Miss Clara Haun, of Texas. proved and three bottles cured her. vision. So are those persons Fever Sors, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, tom of disordered liver, as it springs distinct C. C. & J. E. stormes, Miss Magie Tomlinson left Tues who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Corns, Wrats, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, from biliary poisons retained in the any destroys energy, cheerfu'-nes- s, to friends in day for an extended visit Water for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of25cts Scalds, Chapped nands, Chilblains blood, which Iced Water Preferable to Ice strength, vigor, happiness and Lexington and Flemingsburg. kind of granulated lids. Sold at cure on earth Drives Iced water is preferable to ice cra lm Best Pile Aches. Only 25 cts. a box. life. HERBINE will restore the and Little Misses Harriett and Margar ter iced water being cooled by the McRoberts Drug Store. of the liver. Price Sold by R. E. Me. natural functions U. et Vennetta, of Danville, are visiting ice without being, brought in direct conep is nfTflPtintr mules Cure guaranteed. a .fMn J. xi. atomies. C lm 50 CtS their aunt, Miss Sallie Lou Myers. less ice water in Breckinridge and Handcock coun Roberts Druggist. contact with it. The water in ties. The animals first become afflict- Clsarette Smoklus. Misses Hallie Rice, of Marksbury, one drinks the better. Ice In Anderson county the wheat crop One of the gravest facts relating to Mary Lynn Mock, of Danville, have creases one's thirst that is, there is nl wlVi i rnltrnnrl t.llfll crn intOSnaSmS. is in- not half as good as last year, and the to desire drink cigarette smoking x greater tendency been visiting Miss Sallie Lou Myers. wi(jh. . lways prove fataL Some Vcry yield will be less than the the harmfulness of has lately come to . ice water hiaKes. wn. u...M to excess is one that lmve accUmbed to Pendleton, of Geomla. student ismuchas Mr. usual average yield. for a moment but does not quencn u the disease at Pellville, Ky. light. In two distinct cases, recently from Seminary, is the guest of Rev, July Ladies' Home Journal. related, with Initials and dates, Dy vr. Eye Are made Stronj. all things The Weak There is a time for Massee and tilled his pulpit Sunday necessary to TWWift.'B T.lt.t.lo T!iirlv .1 ..in!nn miiia Moor st.vps removed vnrivsWinslow.it was j " . ' tune wi wnx. No ItlEht to Uglineu. uiu laiuu evening. : rn. cnfTorlntr frnm llilc np snro fVPS nf anV UDDiy ICCCIICS LU puiaiaw.nu xig-- '" m j ot The woman who is lovely in face, To the no small Miss Djrcas Loavell has returned biliousness, Uind speedily and effectually cured by smokers. form and temper win always iime constipation, respectively in attendance, home after a pleasant visit to her - a :he, indigestion or other stomach or the use 0f Sutherland's Jvigic .eye the doctors one who would be attractso n both the leeches they are creatnresof cousins, Misses Jennie Kavanaugh friends, but eoivn livnr t.rmihlns. io....... Tt.s nut nnin re' tubes, and vc must keep her health, lr sne is ...w. and Florence Burnside. Drug Store. McRoberts Drug Stor very strong vitality presently Stormes a guarantee at we.ik, sickly and all run down, she lm leased their hold and were observed to Pemberton & Son, of norse Cave, Miss Lizzie Thompson has returned will be nervous and Irritable, li sne drop dead. So notable was this fact from a visit to Marksbury relatives. has constipation or kidney trouble, her Ky bought four good mules from wheat will not be half of the aver experiment was tried or ap- pimplest farmers in Allen county, Ky., at prices heads Llving yieM in Gwen County-t- he fine lef t Mondav to visit relatives in impure blood will cause leeches to other patients who blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch, ranging from $70 to $100. Hustonville and Stanford. are very llgnt. re then unoer treatment for exces- ed complexion. Electric Bitters is the What you want Is not temporary re sVe ciearette smoking, and In every Coughed 25 years Mary Burnside Misses Bertha and best medicine In the world to regulate piles but a cure to stay cur-- wse the leeches died almost immediate-TnWit,t.- 's gave a luncheon last Thursday even stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu- I suffered for 25 years with a cough, lief from the dangerous With Hazel Salve cures iv. Distinct traces of is given off by ing in honor of their cousins, Misses ify the blood. It gives strong neives and scent hdndreds of dollars with empyreumatic oil that nlles. and they stay cured. no avail Burnsine, of Barbourville. conditions were bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich doctors and for medic.ide to t ibacco under certain The same experi Stormes Drug Store. lm u j. leeches. i umju us. Ky., sold found in the E. D. Potts was complexion. It will make a gooon iook- untu II, Lex. Herald: Mir. w. T,. f!aldwelL Danville. mentwas tried with excessive pipe fiV- l nrnmon nf ft llllSilVCU 1UY "It. recently elected Vice President of the incr. Drug to Henry Kersting, of Missouri, one smokers, witn no apparent Injury to invalid. Only 50 cents at R. E. Mc- - Grantsburg, IU. McRoberts State Children's Home Society, with - lm btore. TinhArtR'. Druor Store. at Louisville. car-ri:nt e. -side-walwell-earne- d d, nrst-ciasknick-knackcob-wefifty-yeati-- :d one-ha- lf one-ha- lf ju ... sick-hea- lfa ro I lge f.vj.v.. headquarters U ft I INTERESTING STATE NEWS. I $1.00 cash. FEAR NEW FEUD ISSUE. ATTEMPTED KILLING. By Four Feet Assassin's M ssrd ilinoMo Beverly linker and lUlivazd Garni: U, ' Near Manchester. ' Clay County May Ee Abolished and the Leaders In Troubles Thrown Out Their Jobs. ( of BAnnounsviLi-E- , Ivy., June 2S. Seme details have been received here of the attempted killing' of Ueverly ISalier and Edward Garrard, near Manchester Saturday. Four shots were lired from bushes on a hill opposite Baker's houss on Goose creek. One lodjred in the door jamb four feet from where Baker ' 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. Wh. n he refused they said they would shoot liim if he did not. Garrard was afraid the liquor might be poisoned and talked awhile regarding it, giving three of his farm hands time to overtake him, which they did, and the strangers disappeared. The Garrards arc Baker supporters. Shooting at a I'Icnic field, Ky., June 27. At a picnic held on Beech river, near here, J. Will Burkhead shot Dave Bobbett. The shooting is said to have been unprovoked. The wound is not nece sar-il- y fatal. Burkhead is the same man w..o, by the alleged stealing of the affections of the wife of Bob Mattingly. SpniXG Sheriff June B. P. White, jr., is much disturbed over d the turn of affairs in the feud. Because of the killing of Tom Baker while a prisoner in charge of the state troops and the detcx initiation of Gov. Bradicy to call an extra session of the lejns- ljiture, which will likely abolish the county of Clay, adding the territory to adjoining counties, the officials are at a los- to know what to do. White had retained 23 men as deputy sheriffs, who usuallj did the fighting. These deputies have now been dispersed, it being the aim of the cfiicials to quit the town as much as possible until the danger is pas:. MAxenESTHR, Ky., 27. Baker-Howar- - ALIVE AND WELL. No Truth in the Iloport erly ; hite, 1 hat Sheriff Bevof Clay County, V, as shot and Killed in Manchester. Louisvn.i.i:, Ky., June 2S. A special from London, Ky., says: There is not a shadow of truth in the story printed in Louisville Tuesday that Sheriff Beverly P. White, of Clay county, was shot and killed in Manchester Monday evening.. A messenger has just arrived from caused the latter to kill his wife and Manchester and informs the correthen himself about a month ago. spondent that he left Sheriff White at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning alive and Burkhead h.s not been arrested. well. Everything is quiet at ManKcntucky's Chautauqua. chester and there is absolutely no Ky., June 27. The thir-Ke- foundation for the storv. Lexington', tccnth annual meeting of the lU.Uy IJaker Named Af or Its Father. tucky Chautauqua assembly begins at Ky.. June 24. Mrs. Manciiestkil Woodland park here on Tuesday, when )r. W. L. Davidson will begin what Emma Baker, wife of Tom Baker, who promises to be a successful gathering. was assassinated by rival feudists, has A large number of tents have been given birth to a boy, her 11th son. She pitched on the grounds, and the indi- ha; named the bo' after his father. cations are that there will be more Her oldest son is now in jail at charged with killing Wilcampers this session than last year. son Howard and Burch Stores. The Uicd u tliotgu.i. lie situation in Manchester is unchanged, Ssomerset, Ky., June27. At Powell's and most of the feudists who reValley, near this place, John Sumpter main in the county go about heavily ind Quarles Phelps engaged in a diffi- armed. culty, and Sumptcr shot and badiy ISroivn a Candidate for Senator. wounded Phelps. The weapon ucd Louisville. Ky., June 24. was a Winchester shotgun, loaded John Young Brown tolJ. John T. Bin- with No. 4 shot. The sheriff and a ton, the Paris (Ky.) politician, that he posse are in pursuit of Sumpter, who was a candidate for United States senescaped. Phelp's condition is ator. Brown's latest move has been discussed to considerable extent, and One of the Delegates looped. Louisville, Ky., June 25. During the politicians aro at a loss to underone of the many adjournments taken stand it. It is said that Brown gave by the democratic state convention in it out that he would not run against this city one of the delegates. Dr. M. Blackburn, and he is therefore thought to'be a candidate for Deboe's shoes two W. Hyatt, of BloomCeld, eloped to and was married to Miss years later. Motch Durrctt. The bride is a beautiVies ISoth Its HraiU ful young woman. IIakkodsburg, Ky., June 2S. Mrs. chicken. Joe Brown has a A Raytvlck Merchant Killed. thing lives and Lebanon, Ky.. June 27. A telephone The little message from Hay wick says that E. A. cats with the others of its broed. InEdelen killed John Alvcy. Edilcn is stead of picking up fcod with both a merchant of Haywick and a bills at the same time it uses one for a member of the Head Distilling Co. while, then the other, allowing a suffi As the telephone office at that place is cient intermission for rest, and located in his store, this explains why more wa3s than one shows that it has twice as much ability as no narticulars can be learned. chickens. Won a Lovely ISrlde. A I'rotoHt From Mercer County. Lexington, Ky., June 24. Miss GenellAKl'.onsiUT.G, Ky., June 2S. A mass vieve Farlc3 who became famous as convention held Monday, passed reso the daughter of the 4th Kentucky regi- lutions indorsing John B. Thompson ment of volunteers last ye.ir, was mar- for his course in behalf of the nomiried Friday at Mobile, Ala., to Charles nation of Hon. P. Wat Hardin for gov E. Board, a journalist of .New Orleans. ernor and condemned the interference She was considered one of the most of the Louisville municipal police beautiful girls in Kentucky. She isi'J. torce in tne stale democratic conven tion. The resolutions were signed by Judge J. Quinry Ward Dead. Paeis, Ky., June 2S. Judge J. Quin-c- y 100 democrats. Ward died near Paris Tuesday The. Itightsof .andlordi. morning. He was a former judge of Louisville, Ky., June 2S. Judge the superior court of Kentucky, Jvans lucsaav hanuetl down an im judge of Harrison county, a portant decision with regard to bank prominent democrat and noted breeder rupts, when he held that a landlord of fine trotters. has a claim for rent due 120 da-- prior to the filing of the petition in bank Xoonan on Hand. ruptcy, and that although the claim Louisville, Ky., June 25. John J. boen filed as an unsecured one it Nbonan, of Covington, arrived at the had be amended and the claim alcould Gait house Friday, and joined the Goc-blowed as a priority. boomers. Senator Gocbel. despite Objected. the many matters occupying his attention, found time to give the hustling Danville, Ky., June 2S. William Newsom, near Lima, O., and Mrs. John" J. a heart3r handshake. Emily Jane Gray were married here Kentucky Millers Met. M. Green. Both of ' Lexington, Ky., June 2S. The Ken- Mondav by Raw E. the contracting parties are past tucky Millers' association held its years of age. The only objection to quarterly meeting Tuesday and dis- the match came from a n cussed wheat and the milling ou look. of the bride. Some counties in the Blue Grass give Must Decline the Honor. discouraging reports. Sosieuset, Ky., June 27. W. A. MorWill Co In the Stud. row has announced that he is forced to Lexington, Ky., June 28. The noted decline to run for lieutenant governor racers. Handball and Clcoplms, both of Kentucky before the republican broken down, arrived here Tuesday. convention on account of his health Handball goes in the stud at McGrath-ian- Rockcastle republicans instructed for while Cleophus will be mated him. He is the son of T. Z. Morrow. with some leading sire. A Fatal Horseback Hide. Lew s County for Stone. Wili.iamstown, Ky., June 24. ChaB. Woodi-on- , Vancebl'eg. Ky., June 21. A cor nged 70, while driving i has been reliably informed wild horse, was thrown over an cm that Lewis county republicans will in- bankmcnt, near here, Thursday after struct for State Auditor Stone for gov- noon. He fell on his head, breaking ernor. The republican mass conven- his neck. Death was instantaneous. tion has been called to meet July 8. Murderer Burch Must Hang. This county is entitled to 21 votes. Middlesboho, Ky., June 20. At Taze well, Claiborne County, Tenn., Charles Louisville I'layerit to Be j:clcacd. Louisville, Ky., June 24. There is II. Burch was sentenced to be hanged to fce a shakc-u- p in the Louisville club. August 11 for killing Nat Cloud in a The management refuses to tell what fijrht last August. Ben Johnson was players are to suffer, but it is certain sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment. Ktchcr Magce is to go. One, Wounded Another and nd two-heads cl n great-grandsoa, am standing a nice Jersey Hull a ni23tf 'E. L. Elkix. Austin Harlan sold his horse Dandy Sprague 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. Layingrhy corn and harvesting is al the go at present. Tledlands (Cal.) has a giant mowing nnchieno which cuts a strip of wheat ;10 feet wide. Germs of tugcrculoisis were found in every cow of a herd' of !)2 that were receiucd at the stock yards-iChicago on the 19th. The thoroughbreds have had auother boom in the east. At a recent sale 17 head averaged $l,ft:5.'l. The average age of horses in the British army is estimated to be eight years. It is important to milk clean from the lirst. as retention of milk in the udder injures it. Butter wrapped in parchment paper looks bettor and neater in every way than if wrapped in cloth. Try changing the flock of sheep from one pasture to another every week or en days, and see if it is not better for the sheep and better for the pasture. Do2S your cow yield 0,000 pounds of ;nilk a year? If she docs not, you can .jet a cow that will. It remains for you to say whether or not you want such a cow. The News estimates that Bourbon county's crop of Bluegrass seed will amount to about 200,000 bushels, which will put $75,000 in the pockets I cultivation this year, is covered with a vigorous growth of "white blos som." Tins imported pest, usuauy confined to meadovs, has not only in vaded the clover and timothy fields, buf. many bluegrass pastures are ruined, for this summer at least, by its invincible ravages. Stock will not touch white top, and farmers should devise some way to get rid of the pest. Sharpsburg World. The pollen from timothy blossoms is very irritating to horses when it is cut in this stage; says the Farmers Horn? Journal. Hence the grass is left until the seed has formed, by which thus 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 it has not the weight or substance that a later cutting will give. This is one reason why timothy hay needs sc mud: grain to be fed with it to make it good feed for horses. A disease that seems as deadly as any that ever broke out among stock caused the deatli of three horses at Owcnsboro. The strange disease baflled the veterinarians, who diagnos ed each case, but found on postmortpm examinations that thcirdiagnosis had been incorrect. Worms were found in the vitals of the dead animals and these arc supposed to have caused tli death of each animal. A horse, when so attacked, lives but a few hour The matter has caused consternation among the owners of stock iu Daviess county. in Rrand on 31 an. The place to take th.i true measure of a man is not the market place or the imen corner, or the forum, orthetield, but his own fireside. There he lays isidethe mask and you may learn whether he's imp or angel, king or cur hero or humbug. I carj nat wiiat tha world says of him whether it crowa ; tl h a ! f- rr il 13. a PAR PS 1 with b id eggs him with bayoor;-)2lth:I care nevor a copper what his reputa if his babes tion or religion ni.vy dread his home coming and his batter- half swallows h2r hat every tim 2 she has to ask him for a bill, ln'n a fraud of the lirst water, even tho' he prays Highland mini till he's black in the face an iijwls h till lie shake tlu eternal hills. Ji.it if his children rush to tiu front gate to greot him, anil love's own sunshine illumines the face of his wife when she hear.; his foot fall, j'ou can take it for granted that he's true gold, for his home's a heaven. I can forgive much in that fel low mortal who would ratlnr m ike men swear than women weep: who would rather incur the hate of th3 whole world than the contempt of his wife. Ex. r 1 PflilPPItPll I ySufUSifc, ; ili-"to-d- There is not tho Fliqhtest doubt that the do more Linn tl.an gocd in trer.tirg doot Contagious Wood Poison; many victim- - of would bt much better 1'" fhac:nu You Can tK.s if tlioy had never allowed themoff be dosed on mercury and potash, the selves to only remedies which the doctors ever give for Cure Yourseii al Home. bl'jod poison. t he doctors aro wholly unaoie to getrm 01 r.nd only nttempt t heal up tin outward appearance of the. this vile poi-odisease the sores r.nd eruptions. This they do by driving the poison into tho Beware oi the Coolers' Palehfark; n, m.iro ilnmnf. than t!if UlenSO ltSClf. J., says: Mr II. L Myers, ICO iliilberry St., Newark. hundred dollars with the doctors, when I realized that they could do me no good. I had large spots all ovtr lny b dy.iuid these Foon broke out into running ?orp. and I endured nil the sutiermg which uus uib uiw.jc chest began to grow paler and smaller, nnd before long disappeared entirely. I was soon cured perfectly and my 1 cuira skin lius been 113 clear its glass ever self nt home, after the doctors had failed completely. thrown away to expect the doctor3 It is valuable time to cure Contagious Blood Toison, for the disease is be- yond their skill. Swifts pec: Ik. "I had spent a your horse's 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. If MX S tkrmS)l Efe j&Jj nvitV ITotice of Election. Notice is hereby given that on June 2oth ISIjD, the following orcier was duly maue and enteied by the Garrard County Court, and on J une 27th 15.;:), a certitied copy, thereof given by the C.erk of said Court to the Slierriif of Garrard County, towit. Garrard County Court. J une Term, J une. 2!, 1SI)!. A petition signed by the required number of votes, asking that the sense or the people shall be taken in voting Precinct No. 7 of xMagcsterial district No. 7 upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned there in, having been lilcd in tha court and before the Judge thereof on the 22nd day of May, IS'jU: It is now ordered that on the 2Jth day of July 1S!W, the Sheriff of Garrard county will open a poll in voting precinct No. 7 magisterial district No. 7, for the purpose of taking the sense of tne legal voters thereof upon the proposition V.'heth-e- r or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be Sold, bartered or loaned therein." IJef.ire the opening of said poll, and within seven days from the time lie receives this order the Sherilf of Garrard county will publish this order in a weekly newspaper of the county having tho largest circulation, for at least two weeks before the holding of said election and will a!.--o advertise same by printed hand bills containing a copy of this order posted at five eonspicunus places within said district for at least two weeks before tho holding of said election. The Clerk of the Garrard County Court will certify a copy of this ordci to the Sheriff of said county on or before the 1st clay of J uly lSv'X A M. Duxcax, Cl'k. Pursuant, to said order, there shall be opened a poll at each and all of the voting places in said district, on the 20tli day of July 13!)9, for the purpose set out in said order. Given under my hand on June 28. 1SD!). acts in nn entiraly 'liferent way from potash nnd mercury it 'force3 tne poison out of the system and gets rid of it entirely. Hence it cures the disease, while other remedies only shut the prison in where it lurks forever, ccnsfmtly undermining tha constitution. Our system of private home treatment places a cure within the reach of all. We give all necessary medical novice, free of pharrrc, and save the patient the embarrassment of publicity. Write for full information to Swift Specirlc Co., Atlanta, Ga. S. S, FOR THE BLQOi the farmer;?. of tharem-mrilircstrat'fn and c.i nsc-asc: rail;!!:; or Lost Manhood. Ycu.hful Krrors, SIcntal Worry, exec smiyc : i v. lc-- 3 of IVtw"!':!.'-to Or. eruption and Insanity. With every r- - .u- - . en c refund t'ic iiold at Sl.Oa per bo AFTEfi US1HS. s5. o'.'.i- v j . G best- - in 131. .HOTrS CI5i::E2eAli CO., ClcvclauU, OLIo. or Iia;.v' :;.u y. . : - s. So. a My iJrriK-.ioa- for :tl v Zizzn Tress ir.rvor.-. T. T. Bush lias bought recently ir.O hogs for July delivery at 3c. ITc also bought of John B. Crow six heifers, weight 1,000 lbs., for July delivery at 3Sc. Winchester Democrat. There is no other live stock which will make- so much value in a given time as the horse that is, a good horse. Give him a place henceforth in our farm system; but know just what ou arc doing. David Shafer has sold his line thor oughbred race fill-- , Lady Cirzon, to Eastern parties for $1,300. Sho is only two years old, but has started in eight aces 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. Xo better prices are obtained for the product of the farm than when they are fed to dairy cattle: they are made to go farthest, and the manure s available for return of the iields which gave the crops. To cure piles, struck at the root hat's the way. DeWitfs Witch 11a- iaI Salve strikes at the hoot it removes the cause quickly and perman jntly. Don't squander time and money n a vain effort to remove the effects. Im Stormcs Drug Store. John B. Gentry is in training, pre paring to go after Star Pointer's re- :ord of ;5!)J. On Friday of last week le paced the Detroit track in 2:0GJ. He covered the lirst quarter in ;i0 sec mds, slowed up to the half mile in 1:04, then gradually increasing, paced the last quarter at a gait. As a permanent investment for old ige or a nest egg for your children, lotliing will exceed a large patch of he best timber suited to your locality, rhere is no better life insurance for the farmer, as it keeps in his own hands, and is sure of a final return if he is only attentive to the trees. The Ilarrodsburg Democrat snys Vbe Coleman's string of trotters is jetting into tine shape and will soon be ready to face the starter. Mr. Cole- nan expects to leave soon on a brief - TO Mcobes, t Drug Store. CISSSCfSMMATS RATE3 ON ACCOUNT THE GREAT IAEsSSGERFE ON SALE JUNE 27TH TO JULY 1ST. i2AT!OiAL OPPORTUNITY TO THE QUEEN CITY WITH THE CROWDS WHO WILL ATTENDTHE NATIONAL MEETINQ OF GERMAN SINGERS. GREAT A New Discover for ths Certain Ctire ot IXTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES. WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERS ALL OTHSrtS HAYS FAiLED. T'J3S3, BY iVi.ViL, 75 CEfiTS; EOT7LE3, 50 CENTS. jE3rsDALiiB9;SDieFn8lSu - - S10 Ssrtfe Msiii Slr;2f; ST. LOUiS, W. C. RINCARSOM, G. P. A., CINCINNATI. MO. iV2 v a a O or ami Luni'.h '"pains of menstruation." They ara "L.IFI1 SAYIilS" to girls nt womanhood, aidir7 dcvckfirent of orjrani and bedy. J7o kno.va remedy lor wciarn eouals them. Cannot do lisrin life becomes a pleasure. $I.OOPKil BOX BY 2IAIL. SoIl by hll. ilfU'T'S CH2iIICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. true copy: J. Attest: McRobsrts' Dru?: Store, League International Meeting, Indianapolis, July 20th -- 23d. Finest trains in the South travel daily via the NEW LIVERY. I have purcliase'd OF PVTHIAS Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst of Pythias, meets every Friday E3GEHT Route to Cincinnati. Only one change to Indianapolis. Liberal return limits on tickets via the Queen & Crescent at one fare for the round trip. Ask agents for particulars. W. C. R1NEARSON, Q. Sheritr Garrard County. J. P.. S.VUXDP.KS, the Wal We have a number of H ker stable and am prepared night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis- to, furnish the itiug Knights are fraternally invit in stock and receive new ones every few days. "We Vey Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Com morcial Travelers. ed. Ed Bishop, S. IlASK I.DKX, K.R.& S C. C. J. have only the P. A., CINCINNATI. IZery Latest Call aM fce THE and invite an inspection cf them. "We know we can suit your taste if you will vv. h: RICE EENGE HATiflNAL CAPITAL Jioo.ooo.oo ) 1 jreliminary tour atsomcsmaller meetings in Illinois before striking the big circuit, as his horses are a little be hind in their preparation, lie has mil i Tin. hoshal a co.3 -- or- Mil SURPLUS. ( Jlll.OOO.OO. Commission Merchants, several that he expects to give a good iccount of themselves. Mr. W. J. Loughridge, the well known Lexington hemp merchant, sold to Eastern parties 43,000 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 .irice, but indicated that it wassold at good figure. This is the largest hipmentof hemp to a foreign port from Lexington in several months. The whole face of the country; not 1 r4 I Sallie D. Tillett. June Biblical Assembly. Charlotte, X. C. 20-2- NOTICE. All mrtles liavlns clnlnw ncnlnst tlic cstrte ofls.wo MontBOincr, Sr., decease, will file them, proven nceonliiiR to law, with me or r.ij attorney, W. I. Williams, ou or before July 15. -J. 11. BOUItXE. Adci'r 1890. of Isacc 3krU;inry.f Catfie5Hois,S!i38p UNION STOCK YARDS, LANCASTER, KY. sr. t A. R.DZNNT. President. TTlictir rwr cent, of all sickness is caused by food not being properly digested, it creates poisons and iroes into your blood and then yon ara liable to almost any disease the liuman systtta is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstcdt'a German Liver Powder, and watclt tne results. 1 ou wm icci :he pood effects after takinc one dose. Give it Price 25c 1 trial and be convinced. DIGEST YOUR FOOD. Or. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough. Just the Medicine for Children. For sale by E. E. MeRoberts. Lexington June 7. Low round trip rates via the Queen & Crescent Route from all points In Kentucky, good until May 9th returning. Ask ticket agents for further particulars. "VV. C. Rincason, G P. A. Central lIolIncH Camp. Wilmore, Ky., July 8th, tolGth, 18fi!. Tickets will be sold via the fSueen and Crescent Route July 7th, to loth, from all stations, Dry Ridge to Somerset, Incl, at one and fare for the round trip, Good to return July ISth. See agents for full particulars. Y. I. S. C E. Detroit, Mich.July o 10th, 18(.;r. Low rates via tho Queen and Crescent Route. Dates of sale July 3rd to Gth. Only one change of cars to Detroit. Liberal return limits. Sec agents for full particulars. one-thir- d CINCINNATI, O. n formation refpirdi ny I i ve stock cheer Jso. E. Storm ks. Vice President. Wm.II.Kinnaird, Cashier. 3.C.DKXNT, J.F.Robisson.Jb, Book-tccre- Bids For "Water. fully furnished. Consign your stock di A33lstant Cash'r. Sealed bids forfnrnishi' g wrter to the city of Lancaster, Ky., will be received by tl.c C y Council of said city until Saturd y Jnly s- my), at 10 o'clock a. m. Water to be furnished from Dix nver,2J4 miles The city will contract for fifty hydrants for Tcptli extr ce"l term of twenty years. The city reserves the v th VitallzL-right to reject any and nil bids. The city also New Thompson rniUUn.s reserves the right to rurchasa the lant in five the ten, or twenty year., as iljsees proper. Speci iications ou file in Mayor's office. Lancaster, Ky J. C. Thompson. J.E.Stoiimes, Com't c rect to us. 'Phone 7JG R. T. Embrt Asa't Boot-teepe- Y BEAZLEY. DIRECTORS .ir. Ol'.lcc In aln Saml.D Cochran, Jas PpUman, Alex. R. Dennr. A.C.Robinson. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Stormcs. Jno. Central Oovingcon Stock Yards e TIMETABLES. K. South-b'nd d d North-b'nNorth-b'n- C. Branch. 11 Killed Es j At the republican county convention held here Monday afternoon the four delegates were instructed to cast the votes of this county for Wm. S. Taylor for governor. At Ilowllnjj Green. 1 aylor f o. Governor. Lagrange, Ky., June 2S. caped. Consign your stock to Mixed, passes Lancaster s Mixed, I" :10 a.sc Pass'gr " " 3:35 p. M 2:52 a.m 12:29 Covington, Kentucky-Arlocated bo as to offer spacial inducements to the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving Glasgow, Ky., June 27. Jasper and Dick Temple at Fountain Run, Mon roe county, became involved in a diffi culty with Tom Adkins. Jasper was shot and instanty killed and Dick wounded. Atkins escaped. The Groom Shot Himself. Rabenstein, Harris & Conner, Live stocls: Commission Merchants, Central Covington Stock Yards OoviDgton, Ky or Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, O., jelling Central Covington Stock Yards. We will make it to your advantage arid give your stock South-b'c- " a. m Queen & Crescent Route. PASSES DANVILLZ. NORTH BOUND. Bowlino Gkef.n, Ky., June 2S. The Carlisle, Ky., June 27. W. M. Shan republicans of Warren county instruct- non, who shot himself accidentally ed delegates to the state convention Thuisday, died Saturday afternoon. for William Taylor for governor, and He was a prominent stock trader, and George A. Collett, of this city, for seo had been married bat a few wceksjt retary of state. . When shipping East bill our care privilege Number 10 (Daily except Sunday). ...C:09 a. m 1 :i3 p.m Number C Dally, Stop 3 :5C a. m Number 4 (Daily) Flag 3 :5Cp. m Number 3 (don't stop) SOUTH BOUND. When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will b8 of benefit to you. extra expense and time. In addition to the local buyers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the mirket for all kinds of Stock. special personal attention. Number 1 (stops when floged) ........11 tfO a.m Numbers (Dally except Sunday).... 11 :15a.m. 7w5 p.m Number 9 Ually.cxccpi Sunday) p.m 11:42 Number (Midnight flif) Genual Covington Slock Yards Go. o consignments.. .Commission firms will give prompt attention