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J Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clot LOUIS LAJtfDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 6 ONE c i t oc YEda NUMB R 1899 DOLLAR A YEARt t- ii ht tnt4t-J TENTH Matter r3 WHATS GONG ON AT HOME O OO AAdiL Masonic Lodge next Tuesday night Get your Binder Twine at GAINED Who said Lancaster was not ti the front Not even a plain cveryday drunk showed up Tuesday T Joseph has an i t slippers Ladies call and sec thoih Tfev Una and goods this week M THOMPSON the Jeweler Foundations are completed on the Owsley block and the joists are being aid Farmers are busy threshing The crop will not be as short as was first feared The prettiest lines of Pahisols ever shown in Lancaster is to at Josephs Sack Sacks IL A B Marksbury Son keep on hand new sacks and will sell to the farmers at cost Building Lots Ifyou want to buy yi nice Building Lot I can sell you 6nefrom 1 to 4 acres cheap T CURREY Some live hundred pistol shots were fired on the streets Tuesday night How long oh Lord how long will a suffering community have to stand thisThe reports we have of the condi tion of the hemp crop is very discour aging It is damaged badly by the drouth great deal of it blooming 2i to three feet high I have 9CO Tennessee sheep for sale at Danville Ky 500 ewes and 100 weth ers Also 25 steers Call on or S T Rook Danville Ky at Faulconers hotel July 62t Storeroom For Kent Will rent room I now occupy and give possession at once Stock now low and will be sold as a a great bargain J W SWKKJHCY 7 Card In retiring from the livery business I take this method of thanking my friends for their kind patronage I appreciated your favors very highly indeed RICE BENGE New Workhouse Keeper Rice Benge desiring to give up the workhouse the place was given to Joe Petty Monday night Mr Petty en tered at once upon his duties His mother and family will reside with him James I Hamilton has had a con lavement made in of his residence together with walks to and around the house This work makes one of the greatest improvements in ttown Jim now lives in as much style as the Prince of Wales Short Crop IB Boyle The Advocate says it is safe to say that the wheat yield in Boyle county will not on an average exceed fifty percent of the usual crop About twentyfive bushels to the acre is top notch but some fields in the end will not be cut at all City At the regular July meeting of the Council held Monday night nothing of much importance was done to take steps in regard to enforcing the sidewalk prdinance The matter was talked over and it was decided to immediately take action in all cases where property owners had failed and refused to comply with the order A Palat Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Greasy Heel etc It is sold on a written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented ap13 Still aa Officer The pistolshooter and midnight howlers must not get the idea into their craniums that because Joe is no longer night policeman he can make no arrests He is sworn in as workhouse keeper and not only has the authority but it is his duty to ar violator of the law Run em in Joe A dude behind the bars would be an interesting sight New Grocery Messrs Joseph Faulconer Jr of Danville and Ed C Gaines of this city have formed a partnership and will open a big line of groceries in Thompson block on Richmond street We do not know of two more honora ble upright Christian gentlemen than are they and ifhustle and push count Mr Faulconer is a brother of f e 1 5 1 ate e fan found address Foods i of TIanu Handsome SIde aUc ret front Enlargement Petty restany thee f for ahything they wlll certainly Rev Faulconer of this city cc f 4 t1gcomi belt luickl s f w1 3 we CounciL A say e r r d steed Henry n a D J- Ml S 0 rest a is to in m ti Beautiful disptaY of midsummer Dry Goods at Wanted 100000 bushels of wheat Highest wish market price C C Glass Bro Camp Nelson Ky june294t a banks were closed all day and tin post ofliee locked barred and bolted most all day Holidays are getting to be a nuisance Strayed Large horse 12 years old lit tie crease fallen two white spots from saddle Left Ottenheim May 22 and has been seen near Lancaster reward for return to G S Gaines Lancaster 2t Money to Loan On good real estate For apply at TUB RECORD ottice tf Fire Near Town The large barn of Ship Estes on Danville pike was burned Sunday morning A horse belonging to Miss Mattie Estes was in the building Mr Estes lost a lot of hay corn harness and a few implements Origin of tire unknown The horse was roasted in the fire it being too hot to gethim out New Drug Store Mr Fred P Frisbie has closed a with the Hotel Co for the new room in the hotel building on corner of Public Square and Richmond St He tells THE RECORD he will put in a complete and uptodate stock of drugs druggists sundries paints oils and in fact everything to be found in firstclass drug house He will fit the store with the latest fixtures and the room will be a beauty Mr Fris bie has completed his studies at a Philadelphia school of pharmacy and thoroughly competent for the busi ness Fred is a clever young fellow and is sure of success Hamilton Powell Mr IT Clay Hamilton and Miss Laura Powell were married Thursday evening by Elder Jesse Walden at the latters residence on Lexington street The couple have been sweet hearts for a lung time and the was expected by many Desiring to steal the march on their friends they drove to the residence of Rev Kuykendall at Marksbury The was not at home and they drove back to Elder Waldensarrivingabout nine oclock The bride is a daughter of Mr C D Powell one of Lancas ters leading merchants and is a young lady of fine intellect and accom plishmcnts Mr Hamilton is mana ijer for the Western Union Telegraph Co He is popular and industrious THE RECORD joins their long list of friends in wishing them many years of happiness Many Letters The committee appointed by the City Council to advertise for bids on waterworks has received a bushel has ketful of letter from parties all over the United States The suggestion to advertise was a good ono as it will cost comparatively nothing and will our people to ascertain just what a system will cost Its folly of putting in a plant unless we know exactly what it will cost All propositions and estimates will be looked into on July llth and the will make a report to the Coun cil Then the matter can be taken up for consideration Everyloly is for waterworks if the railroad is built Now neighbors the railroad Is going be built so dont worry on that point figuring up our business for the fiscal year we have ICf cents profits This money will be wagered with any one against his old straw hat that within eighteen months Lancaster will have waterworks and the railway Put this in your cob pipe and puff it Farmers Read We are needing all of our Sacks and many of our friends have neglect ed to return the Sacks we have accom them with We lost by fire about 6000 Sacks consequently we need every Sack that is due us We bought 6000 Secondhand cotton Sacks branded Schwartz Bros St Louis Mo these Sacks are in the hands of our tanner friends and they are using them for milling purposes A visit to E Lancaster Flouring Mills will convince of the fact We also have several thousand sacks branded Ballard Ballard Co or Ballard Mills and we have also thousands of other sacks and we no these sacks are being used for milling and other purposes Now we ask you in all kindness to see that sack due us and in your ppcess ion is returned at once and you tooter a favor on us that we will priciate very much We are also in the market for wheat and will pay the highest market price cash on delivery YourFriends H A B MABKSBUKY j e 1 Jose 1 particulars brown Liberal contract marrI- age latter tenable total committee Southern ting anyone apt I Lay 3t ery w Sop R is yes 0 t 1 1 to as Of m to go tr Keep cow by using one of Josephs pretty fanl Its a little late in the but our lines of Ribbons Hosiery Gloves Handkerchiefs etc are filled Notice To Creditors Any persons having claims against the estate of T H West will present them to me properly proven on or be fore August 1 189 W T Vest Scarcity of Water The scarcity of water is growing serious Many cisterns have given out wells are low and stock watei very scarce If a fire should break oul in town it would as it always does have to burn its course Notice to Farmers Should you not want to sell your wheat at present prices and want to for a better market we desire to inform you we have made to store 15000 or 20000 bushels wheat here in Lancaster on the usual terms to include fire risk So bring us your wheat We also have for storage account at H MAUKSBUKY SON New Livery Firm Messrs Burton Barker have charge of the big livery stable the Mason House They arc both expert horse men and know s good animal and greatest of all know how to keep one in proper shape They are stocking the stable with new and will have one of the best in Kentucky You cant find tw cleverer boys than Billy Burton am Charley Barker and THE RECORD be speaks for them unbounded success Getting In Line Those of our citizens over whose land the new railroad will run are the great good the road will do for the county and are talking very reasonably about it As we have several times we are satisfied no one will want to gouge their own home people and all parties will take al damage done them True will stand up for one another when the rub comes and we are satis ied all Garrard county people will pull together in this matter Thfc road will be the greatest blessing the county could get and if it is allowed slip we might as well fold our hands and never make another move for progress As Other See Vm In its Lancaster Court Day Items the Stanford Democrat says I to get to the courthouse but the pavements were so obstructed by that I found it a difficult task and had to catch a 2yearold steer by the horns and pull him oft the steps I could get into that building The shade trees along the edge of the pavements made the cattle feel like they were out in the bluegrass and they lounged around thestore doors with an air of perfect ease The ladies needed balloons to make the trip around the square The sidewalks were dangerous and it does seem to me that the cattle ought to be put in shady places elsewhere than under The Shoot and cattle sweltering in the sun was not as delicious as the new mown hay in the meadows along roads leading into Lancaster PUSHING THE WORK Surveyors are Running Lines to Drip pink Springs and Oa 17 The railroad surveyors completed ted the second line into town this week It runs over or nearly so the first line mentioned in THE RECORD and comes close to Marksbury crosses the Lexington pike three timesstrikes and strikes N near the Leavel property The engineers say this is by far the most practical line it is good grade very straight and will not cost near as much money as the line mentioned in last issue of THE RECORD The line is now being run to Dripping Springs and run within a few hundred yards of that resort It then goes on to Rockcastl s and will miss Crab Orchard by about 2i miles The engineers are well pleased with the grade and route so tar and are much encouraged over the line in front of them as far as they have been They will complete their papers up to this point and send them at once to headquarters to Old Point Comfort Va The Chesapeake Ohio Ry has arranged a series of Excursions to Old Point Comfort Va during the month July August and September These Excursions will be on the Second and Fourth Tuesdays in each tickets will be good on the regular trains and will be limited 21 days The rate will be 1500 for the round trip Persons desiring to should send in their names for sleeping car space and state on which they want to go Any in formation cheerfully furnished on ap plication to any Agent or W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington itKy V t be 1 w OSEPU hold arrangements arrangements Louisville A B taken opposite outfits stables realizing stated Kentuckians wanted cattle before pastures TIThe Coonthe L S T ani run will toG I i s son act will The ain s S rY- e x M a a be at try day hai One of Dillchays big Wick kilns is through burning and bricklaying on the mw buildings will commence in a few days Lovely Taffetas Gloves and Dimmitties at Josephs On easy paym Ja good house and lot W J Farmers Attention Storage furnished for wheat See R G Ward for particulars M ills Elevator Co Farm for Sale Dr W L Letcher advertises in Tin RECORD that he the 10th of August sell his very desirable farm at Paint Lick in Garrard Taxes Due Town taxes are now and owners should forward at once and settle This has to be done and those putting it off too long will put to extra expense J C22tf E M WALKER Collector Competitive Examination On July 13 at the county office in Lancaster an for the scholarship at State College Lexington will be held This examination is open to all persons the age of fourteen and twenty years The person receiving the high cst general average secures the ap pointmcnt Jlore Recruits Wanted lit Phlllplne The Recuting officer in Lexington has just received instruction from the War Department to enlist a number of white men for Infantry Cavalry and Artillery services in the Philip pines These men will be sent to San Francisco at once to connect with Steam ship sailing the latter part of this month Now is the chance for you to make a trip around the world riiis opportunity will only last a few days and men wanting to join should apply at the Recruting offices in Lex or in Ashland Ky or in Somerset Ky at once Guessing for the flange As had been advertised in the the big cooking range atJosephs was given away Tuesday An im mense gourd had been placed in the show window and every purchaser to the amount of 1 was given a guess at the number of seed in the gourd Tues day Mr Joseph selected G Bright Swinebroad Capt Mike Salter and J Raymond Haselden to count the seed The gourd was opened and found to contain 673 seed No one had the number but Sig Perin named 672 Mrs 674 and the range was given to them jointly It was to see the guesses They rang ed all the way from 8 to 10000 and one fellow guessed that it contained none all The plan was a perfectly fair and just one and has been a big ad for Mr Joseph Teachers Institute The Garrard County Institute for white teachers will be held in the Court House at Lancaster on Mon day July 24 continuing five days with Prof J H Patterson of Lancaster Graded School as conductor On evening the 25th an enter entitled The Heart of Cuba will be given conducted by Prof H K Taylor principal of Training School He will be assisted by Sepor Jose Andonegui a violinist of wide reputation The Colored Teachers Institute convene at the Court House July and continue five days to be by Prof C C Monroe of Ow ensboro On Tuesday evening the 18th Prof Sneeds band will give an falling to attend the institute will forfeit their certificates Both Institutes will be held In the House ELISA J LUSK Supt A Popular Man Notwithstanding the fact that Hon John W Yerkes has stated positively that he would not make the race for governor there is an inclination republicans all over the state t and Induce him at accept it There is no cleaner and better equipped man in Kentucky than the clever Boyle county gentleman A lot of met at Lexington the other to talk over the affairs of their party and In a report the Herald says It is claimed that there is only one man in the Republican who be given the nomination for Governor who is to the Kenton statesman and that man is the Hon Julio Yerkes of Dan vllle and it is Tainted that the Friday night was for the pu of coming to some whereby the other candidates or the strongest of them would withdraw Yerkes to be nominated with the hope of saving the party this fall Mr Yerkes has been prominently mentioned for the office has made no fight or for thee nation bpi it is said thathe would not averse to accepting it if it were ten to say he would mtaccept it party has a taste of State rule are very Goebel will be defeated Their only salvation seems to be in Yerkes would nt t be surprising to see him the nominee of partyi1 tr Lancaster will Ly cue property conic superintendents examination between ington Ky RECORD guessed hand Harris Lou- isvIlle entertainmentAll among re- publIcans defeat conference JI1e theythink ijt7 2 L f J ff I For le ROJt IS R Iii court interesting will conducted canvass nom dared an sqUIRE KINNAIRD RESIGNS As Cashier of the National Hank Mr Denny and Other Officers Promoted At the regular business meeting of the hoard of directors of the National Bank of Lancaster held last week Squire W 11 Kinnaird tendered his resignation as cashier and same was accepted Squire Kinnaird has been cashier of this bank since 1S the date of its organization During all this time he has remained steadfastly at his post or duty and one can count on his fingers the days Mr Kinnaid has been away from his During all those years there has never born a Mach in the running of the business Tho bark was first lo ted where Mr Curny now has eery store It was then moved into the old Ray building back cf the Hemphill corner While located iu the latter price a new building was erected on the present site and it was his groI almost desk iei later destroyed by fire While the present handsome quarters were being constructed the bank transacted its business where Mr H M Ballou now has his grocery During the banks existence it has had to pass through several panicy times but the careful management by its cashier enabled weather the storms and it has failed to declare a dividend a which few banks of its age can boast of Mr Kinnaird tendered his by reason of his age and the fact that he has so much private business in his hands to look after He is guardian for a number of county treasurer trustee and committee in a number of cases all of which require much attention He certainly earned a rest and all that his laying aside of the worry and work will add many never matter resignation parties i- to further bee cashiers t years to his life The directors very wisely i Mr S C Denny as cashier He has I been connected with the bank for mu ny years and has been assistant cast ier for a long time No more careful or painstaking official could have been selected and the directors will never have cause to regret theii action Mr Denny is a polite and attehtive young gentleman who is always ready to favor a friend He is a man of splendid business qual ifications and possesses that sound judgment and discretion so necessary in the position he fills No young man has more friends or is more popular among all classes than is Cabell Denny and we know we do not exaggerate in saying that if the people had a say in his appointment there would not have been a dissenting voice Mr J Fleece Robinson Jr who was heretofore bookkeeper was made as gist cashier and Mr R T Embry ad vanced from assistant to bookkeeper Both these gentlemen have been faith ful and efficient and their promotions are justly deserved Taken as a whole the new officers complete probably the youngest set of officials in the state Mr Denny is only 34 years of age and Messrs Rot inson and Embry are his juniors by several years The Rest on Hoosier Corn Brown Cul tivators Johnston Roller Barring Disc Harrows Deering and Mow ers GAINES We are in the market for 100000 bushels of wheat and will pay top prices for it cash on delivery Call and see us before Selling II A B MARKSBURY SON I one b Market WheatWheatWheat certainly kim Planters Binders S JSiickeye Churns are War anted Call and examine them J1R1HASULDEIVI BEAZLEYBAUGBIAH FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky X McC JOHNSTON JOIN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON CiTil Engineers ant Surreyors LANCASTER KY JSOTHAYS JIHAMILTOX JEROBINSOX Hays Hamilton Woo Attorneys and Counselors at LaW LANCASTER KY LJ Y EMBALMING 1 Now is the Harvest time for Bargain Buyers I iii= MENS SAMPLE SHOES to close out at 175 in Blacks and Tans These shoes range in prices from 300 to 500 We have them in sizes 6 6 12 and 7 We have a lot of LADIES SHOES at 50c 75c and 100 in sizes 1 to 3 Straw Hats at Cost Crash Hats at Cost See our CRASH SUITS at 250 300 and 350 ALL WOOL Crash Suits at 750 A lot ofSoft Bo som Monarch Shirts to close at 75cts worth 1 and 125 Beautiful Line of Colored Shirts at soc Come and look at our NEW STYLE HATS just received All the new things in UNDERWEAR and Handsome line of NECEWEAR Prices lower than ever before Logan Robinson Fiftypairs j HOSIERY 1 r fS 3 c 2 ft Iti j i I r Kqr s r E S C 1- N 4 fj s CL c F C I nnfj5fi ItW ti4 f bV fJt t J r 1 fc 1 r L I If t t i rU tJ e fJffJ lrWfif I r0 t il T AifjiW j UOTTeiE T T L A j T i m t bJ4 Ia V E1o I pI- pppF 1p i a fl1P 15rEzM Ji It is our desire to- havie as goods J posslbla to 1110ve3 OSFI TPfI rhu j b d dWyn 1 U vp Ren ova H r n few aS so 1 Stock rja iJ n hAih t7 October 1st we will remove to the NEW BiiOOiC on the South Jiast side of the Square which is being built on the old Opera House square adi Dining3 the Nay tional Bank The contractor has promised to complete a C ii Wo It Ir I A i1 Ifi 1 n 1 r9 lij II- IO o 111 i or1n giC1 lIS 17 0010br1 1 tI a a IP bT9rs r torn this t To avoid moving Spring and Summer Good we are determined if possible to close cut cur entire stock before October 1st Now in order to we know we will have to make Very Low Prices We will not stop at Cost but in many instances will go Cost so in this Removal Sale you may expect some Real Bargains Come early before the good things are picked up i iBelow n cot tog ass e a r t+ = Ladies Heady Made tress Skirts and Linen Skirts worth 50o at 25c Linen Skirls worth 7ac at A8c Linen Skirts worth 100 and 125 75c Pique Skirts worth 200 at 125 TVooIcnSlcirtB worth 150 at 100 Woolen Skirts worth 250 at tOO Woolen Skirts worth 350 at 250 Percale Shirt Waists worth 50e at2ac Percale Shirt worth 100 and 125 at 5c Plod and Colored Silk Waists will go at about half value Petticoats at great Bargains Ger ots asitl Sliifcfcings Will also be included in our Under Prix Sale Rug worth 50c at 29c Rugs worth GOc at 33c Rugs worth 100 at 50c I liSts ll 1 Wai ts I i lint v 1 CENTRAL R CORD EVERY WEEK BY iODTS LAHDRA3I Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY OSE YSAK IN ADVASCB SIX MONTHS t THUEE THURSDAY Juy G Tnis settles it Teddy Roosevelt his for McKinley THE 5ou3sbos politician is now in his glory His joy will continue for thc next live months I all the raging stumps could be kuobed up the people would escape a great flow of natural gas this fall T drouth is hurting growing yc j elation but tae crop of crossroads politicians dos not seem to be affect ed THE state campaign will furnish golden opportunities for many orators to mount the stump and tell what they know j TIC Louisville Times says Judge Duncan brotherinlaw of jJGov Bradley may be given the Re publican nomination for Attorney General in ordor to promote harmony i A lilSADYPKlST house Sent US a page of bills of fare for every meal du 3 Tins the week If the enterprising irm will send information as to how the raw material may be obtained we will not need their instructions as what particular time it shall be dc voured R LEE DAVIS has rcbired th Richmond Register and the paper is edited and controlled by S F Roclc We are sorry Mr Davis has re tired bit hope he will soon be back i in newspaper harness He is a young man of great ability and his writings will be greatly missed by his brother quillpushers AN exchange truly says If you have a good home and are out of debt for the sake of making tlJt- ZltUS r 21 1890 d for Preucnt raging lout pIeRce j to now J d worry et J s 3 r dared T It i TIE t littler 1 t ron o doaafret oulifei grave money r 44 t Shoos Slini cifs Ont lot of Infant Shoes in broken sizes will close at lot of Misses Spring Heel Shoes in broken sizes at about half valve One special SI ip8rs worth 125 at 75c One lot Ladies tine Slippers and Ox fords worth 200 225 and 250 will go in this sale at One lot Ladies Kid Shoes will close at JSe One lot Kid Shoes will close at 03c One lot Ladies Kid Shoes worth 150 will close at 75c Broken lots and sizes in Ladies fine Sloes at about half price One loot Mens Shoes worth 125 at T5c Also special low prices on finer greJa Mens and Boys Shoes nfl Ladies alA Ladles 1 c- One lot You have but one life to live and it is brief at bust Take a pleasure and comfort sis you go day by day ard try to do a little good A morbidinsi desire to posse the earth to grab everything in sight is at the foundation of more misery than almost any one thing Indications are that Kentucky will have the hottest campaign this fall that the dear old state ever experi enced The democrats have a splen did ticket and the republicans will take great care in selecting their standard bearers All the candidates will of course make an active canvas and every available speaker will be pressed into service The dear pie will have little rest from now un til the close of the polls Gv BiiABLHY was imposed upon by some unknown fakir when he is sued orders Saturday afternoon hold ing several companies of the State ward in readiness for quick transpor tation to Manchester in Clay county The orders were issued after the had received a telephone purporting tobe Irvin a reliable State official who said serious trouble was threatened and that a largo de tail of soldiers was to pre vent bloodshed The trick was dis covered and the orders at TIlE people vill be id it know that President his at concluded to recruit enough men send to t ierPhilippSncs and either whip the unruly natives or kit them out The war in 1113 Philippines ha already cost the United States 833000 000 and 084 men besides 0500 wounded It is declared that the ar my is costing UncleSam 280000 daJ ly not including the naval expenses which are 810000 Its clear the halfwitted heathens will have to be stamped out and there isiio need delaying the matter BISHOP SEY iOTJji cxiresses ion onfianchig in the guage Dancing is not inherently evil any more than money is or the drama is or music is It may be anc often is abused There arc dances and there are occasions when one ought not to dance So precisely there lewd songs and improper plays4mdYJlepurpp3es to which mori tfnc ac- ey is put but these are tint message l t soldiers h is pin f las i vioup J little s peo Governor necessary once revoked ref irley last daily are dot w u 1 5 Dry Good One lot of All Wool Dress Goods Variety of colors an patterns worth 23s per yd will go in this sale at 15c On plain and fancy Dress Goods worth 15 and 20c Underprice Sale 10c One lot of wool Dress Fabrics worth 50c will close at 25o One lot line Imported Dress Goods worth 100 per yd will be slaughtered at 50c Fire all wool Gsrnnn Dyed Hcnriotta will also be sold during this under price sale for much less than value Towels Towels worth 5c itb 3c Towels worth lOc at i 6c Towels wo h 15c at Itte Towels worth 25ct ITJc Towels worth 35 and 40 at 23c lot of mil k I r against the legitimate use of money or the drama or music So precisely With dancing it comes under the same and one can no more condemn dancing than he can condemn money or music or the drama CourierJournal will support the nominated at Louisville last week Heres what itsays In order to suppress all idlo and lo allay excitement CourierJournal accepts the son iii peachment of the ticket hide horni Gyebsl and all and since the victory fiiced u on it precisely like the victory forced lhb Stat the war with Span it wili shirk none of the responsibilities We pre dIet drat the ticket headed b Sent tor Goebel will swoop the State fore mild aft It vil draw to it the 3ouu in iniood of Kentucky It will reuiv be the party in the State and will ojnto the democrats of the nation a pros pact and hope not hitherto conceived by any of us We risk no til ing inpredicting that before the day of election this Goebel ticket will not need the machinery of law that the head of the ticket will b thd most popular candidate dome era t ic party has put in the field for the war of secession and that surely elected governor lc will make a All hail King Goebel the not merely of the reunited democracy of the State hut of the young the free thai noble of Kentucky 3ltiiou GJvun Away It certainly gratifying fo the public of one concern an the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and pronii tors of Dr Kings Iew for Consumption have iven away over ten mijlion trial but ties of this great mediciiiji and have the satisfaction of knowing has abso lutly cured thousands of lijjpclsss cases Aithma Bronchitis noarsness and all disease of tli3 Throat Ch t id Lungs curoil by it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free bottle Regular size 50e and ST guaranteed Jor price re In answer tti ancxchsaga says it willlrequjre the use two rams for 100 One ram to 40 Tliarc is No QuTestloiiilboiit iad33l with those who have used it but that Foleys Kidney lure is absolutely rcliablefor all lid ney and Bladder diseases c t g ry ticket conj the i upon the Sill goY rnJ1 manhood r I I I I cry Cong il t I i t r a e sure Itt i t ery df 4m of ewes or ewes i No q ticm tormcs J2fl j 1r ji consistently THE ctnre sin x governor rr td now suifering eTiie Ids i ot lCilds bottle s co J0 mz CCwJE Petl Table Damask worth 30c at 20c White Table Dauiask worth at23c Fine White Satin Damask worth CD 75 100 and 125 will go hi this sale at 42i 50 63 73 and 87is- Wash Goods Lawns worth Gc at 3c Lawns worth 8c at 5c Lawns worth 10 and 13c at tc Lawns worth 15 and 20c at lOc Fine Imported Organdy worth 25 and 3 5c at I5c In fact our entire Wash Goods will be sacrificed rn this removal sale ifosiery One special lot of Misses and Children Ribbed Hose worth lOc at 5c And many other items we can not mention for tike want of space Boy and Complete line which we will sell at low prices L1t 3 4 I I Nil khSo Jtttilt5C es Clothing iiutl Furnishing Gooils Boys knee Pants at 13 23 35 50c worth double the money Buys Knee Suits at 75 OS 115 133 and 150 worth considerably more money Vila Mens Suits at 259 300 400 500 and 750 See our Mens Shirts at 15 20 25 33 and ode Oar line of Icons anti Hats wiil also be sold at Low Prices Our Prr Tickets will bo IB given during this sail same as Flail j Big Large Pants at Low rice Boy i1 t limotnJnI r ar Sin variety toils 4 Inuit I After Oct 1 the Logan Dry Goods Co wall bs located in their new Imildmg asar national Bank Recollect Good Takes at Popular prices are always interesting to buyers v CASI Iu L Iti N ey D cOi Uf r l UU j Y1J 1 m 0 m t a c 7 6 e Jt e JDt fBI e Jl c FFzy r ro cE i P 9 z fer 9 L r r aooe ieserrmee o ra ereuv t 1 S J 1L1- Ci i n- iT1r rYR y r tol w41 char r w 7 Ge4iezG s z ta v abirY ICeCi Hat Prom the Was the hall that hit G B Stcadman Newark Tuch in the Civil Will It caused horible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 25 years Then IJuek lens Arnica Salve cured him Cure Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 23c a box Cure guaranteed Sold E E Druggist To haul out all the barnyard manure and litter about the buildings now is one precaution against the fleas later on In the season W J Jlilljr Carlos City i ono of the kings of Shorthorn cattle breeders w his recent sale will testify He will now prepare to import some extra good ones For Sores Ulcers Burns Galls Piles nothing so good as Banner Sal ve the most healing medicine in the world 5c C C J E Stormcs The eggs used in the incubator should come from a vigorous flock and should not be allowed to get chilled Eggs for this purpose should be several times a day and kept in a warm place until the required number is obtained Those who live on farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns and braises which heal when LARDS LINIMENT is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 ets 1m CC J E Stormes- r The recent public sales of Shorthorn cattle held in Ohio Indiana and Illi nois shows to us conclusively that white and roan still holds its place among the fanners and breeders as an ideal beef animal To eradicate from bin j the child plain fo d and WHITES CREAM V3RMI PUGS Th3 result will be the worms will disappear and child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts C C J 33 Stormes- A pound of mutton can be produced for less than a pound of beef and it can he made for market in a year while a calf must be kept twice or thrice as long bjforp it reaches its maturity Iniperfect digestion and aissimila T n p oduce disordered conditions of t e system wlijcligrow and are confirmed byiieglcctt HSR8INE gives Lone to tike stomach and causes good Price 50 cts Xv jrTXCL J I Cannes nil o Skin by worms item tile diges i N 5 r l t it ft Ale tiobert too gathered sow S there the nourishing ready Lion Shirt Waist patterns worth 50c per yd will go at 23c Silk worth Tec at 4Si Sill worth 103 at 5i4c Silks worth 125 at 75e Some handsome black Brocade Sill Skirt patterns worth 75c afe 3Sc Very black Brocade Silk Skirt patterns worth 100 and 123 wilt go at 75s p3r yd White Goods and Notions Big Drives in Embroideries Laces White Quilts Lace Curtains Piques India Linens Skirting Ducks Cin tains Swiss Handkerchief Veiling Fans Bolts BsltBacilclcs heck Wear Corsets Ladies Muslin Underwear Jionsaoiil Lricii Crush Towel crash worth 5c at Se Towel crash worth Sic at 5c il s ra9rsweomccyaannnrsno r cw x Silk fin ribbons The middle of the year is past and time at hand due me and must insist that my friends and s j T s 1 it FISE anil LIFE SPBBIGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE SEW YORK Office ovei Post Office IASCASTKK KHXTUCKV A lt n UIUjjt settling i fi1 nPiJv J ill settle tc 1 1 ii hL Uu TliSIT lTC lJ FIRE E CO- Ok p 1np H mil tl fdShUJh ft 203 case 0dv3 3th 3 cal nto VJ1 faaiN1ZisI I J- I u ji i- OF LANCASTER ST I rJN t1 Lii1M ilISt Lt SiL11f Capital 59000 Puil V7 O RZONKT WALKFK PresideD Cashlei Assistant Booicieepoi DIRECTORS IVS JOHNSON 36 Js LBTTIS Y Lxxy ILL T If ABJIOLD BP HUDSON JACOB Y Jl0t tfI S II 1rKJ Y h Cash C D R OLD ec f r 0 51tt I J I LrpIu SQjclTnm- arear ani Prti tttcntluaG rauei- T oonotttaa N tG- eA4SIL YIIe Pre irterS 31rICnaos LMlIxlhetanosii r tiuGID88 3JWALrss ROBU Boar Y of V I c f i b Jittlff Q I gau tuB of this aJc 1 ga r u 80 ti Yi J P lt Our method Llcvv PRCESG will Put iiloney in your r I Purse t ane benefits s 1 vfSi M This is nw th3 moat npfcdata Gingery in Central Ky huvin been recently equipped with The new discovery in optical science I wish to the Ladies i that Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest d ings Patterns sold in this locality before have to to appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph t the most MaTjonrte Palnticgs among tIme lot is the New French FL URDKLIS SFouIdings specially suitable for delicate pictures Embroidered French Water Colors and all pictures that require dainty Frame When in Danville call and sec us and get our prices Vre will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office X I JJJ ry 1 0 tx2 I 16 JJ L va Yti = 7IX 3 tJb 1arvslC11S la1i1nate Lesas say p Thgsa I enS9S JrL ITER igns in n sean Mats V a if t Foxqrrr GZZry d 9 list f t to t f Mould ii rover be ther I1 r See our nn J I j IMU NEW DE3IGNS e2 1- vvD rrpor 8 jstOiiality Low Prices TIMETABLES oathbnd Mixed passes 1110 AV prthbnd Nixed 3a5p 252iM v Sv m c3rlllHhK Lancaster vurth bnd lass r cuth bnd f t Sa y- t Paines Celery Corn ou d Gives Strength t 1 St Best spring medicine It makes the weak strong We sell and recommend it illlifJ 14 fIt 0e 1 Il 1 tu OrJ Je iJ IfiuL NOTICE All parties having claims against the of Isaac Montgomery Sr deceased will file them proven according law with me or my attorney W I Williams on or before July 15 1803 J B BOURNE Admr of bnlj3ltP1JJ HC estate t5tr ra t st v I c j Pill ItII i toA n UUU Un U f 1HJ1 U UbHjj t t M ft1 tJ J Li t0 waKlNOWd a r izzw- t c 4c 9 Lr t i- I w IT 5 J 1 V 7 T Xix Ilo 1 1 OL icl But we can help you Afr fi o KKs o c e vi Ifyou have not supplied yourself with Light weight Clothing come to us will o dJJel1 S iV t r 1D Them tit C X lSJ W i ft e I e repare wr t- a cast 6aa ao A A ti t Out of 1tto Tnqh I rLHtJt fr I Eip Yini ear a o Uo 1 rE YOU ll tf W r i QtV t arc a a r oa v ccoorocvcrcaot s cosowor ocaaaw oaoo FS SEIOUI 4 i ii p I 4 To the xx Ji our Line of On Mr is llo 1 ara beauties and 1 J t eoiL V 1 1 glcJOrA r J lKr ttrV aJ 1 b tshoo t i 4 a j M a 5 rr TI n fJnpTeE j U F-J f r Nt V iJ o a vwaLL roCZOOVVaWs a39aa c o YooFrc can f so to keep him Coo and HappyVv X XX VVe j I the tL FatMan t a4fi4SLCde 1 aDDress I iF s 4l nateroowaawa f f e can tl O ltr i I YiJ t- I ilJ1l0UmmGI 1 1 c w 311it jUUI h d- Si Y xr Y tr Make It A Point To see our Handsome line of Hats Weave s complete stock of the celebrated Join B Stetson hats the best in world l L a U A A AAaA t b a f4 t We study io Please our Patrons and mveyau SClS 4 the Best Values uT for Least Moneyx2Z AX fJ L Prohmaa Co f DANVILLE KY T i iifwiffltFBhTWrpWflni yvYVvrrrvnr vvvg Vi o1 1Jr 1 A I G I C t fi rI ct r nn nrJt I H-f u e G OIU89 jif t 6 tiijr j tr 4V0S0r484iria4Z4SO4044 Jad iSO40 J0004 50014940i 4rr4h 00407C wt sl ry V k D OOOliei100o4oNi a4oa0NOd0 00a00Mo g d t u 1d 4 t to t a July G I89 Col TV S Ferguson has returned to Covington John M Logan is in Louisville on a business trip Miss Allie Arnold is visiting friends at Bryantsville Miss Mary is visiting rela atives in Nicholasville Coleman Lee of Louisville is friends in this city Mr Goodloa of Paris was Miss nie Lackeys guest Sunday Miss Lottie Bettishas returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Thurmond Anderson is nursing sore foot caused from a spiders biteMr Grissell of Ashland has been Miss Alice Hudsons guest for a few days Mr Faulconcr of Danville has been visiting his brother Rev II N Faul coner Mr and Mrs R H Batson have gone to Tatum Springs for the latters health Judge HTNoel of Knoxville Tenn has been visiting relatives iu this vi cinity Miss Eliza Smith is visiting rcla tives in Lexington and attending Chautauqua Circuit Clerk Wm Hamilton of Lancaster spent Sunday in Nicholas ville Journal Mrs S P Grant and daughter Miss of Danville have been visiting relatives here Miss Bruce Pumphrey left this morning to visit her sister Mrs at Wilmore Miss Mary Reid Woolridge is a few days with Miss Lizzie at Marksbury Mi Will of Crab Orchard has accepted a position in John E Stormes Drug store Judge Til D Hughes will finish his Maccabee work in Danville Saturday and return home Master Willie Pumphrey is the guest of his sister Mrs Hattie Tanker sley of Silver Creek H M Ballon wife and daughter Patteline have returned from a visit to Stanford relatives Mrs Hugh Hays of Stanford has been visiting her sister sirs Walter Dinville avenue Mrs R C Warren son Ashby and little daughter of Stanfordhave been visiting Miss Jennie Duncan Mr W Shugars and daughter Miss Lillie have returned home from a visit to relatives in McKinncy Mr and Mrs J B Embry gave a lining Wednesday in honor of Mr J W Poor eat bride of this city John Baughman and wife Danville have been the guests of Messrs ilex and Bramion Beazley Misses Francis and Burnside of Paint Lick have been visiting Misses 3ertha and Mary Burnside Mr and Mrs George Lusk left fur Camp Nelson where the went on duty as U S storekeep or Dr Tames Letchor of Henderson pent several days here last week and vas accompanied home by his wife aid son Oscar London Kentuckian Mr Ernest Brown of Lancaster stopped over in London for a few days on his way to Rockcastle Springs Mrs Edna Wilmore of Nicholas vile and Mr Tames Adams of Fort Worth Texas have been visiting W A Arnold and family Misses Norma Stone Ethel West Siolla and Minnie Broaddus and Bes of McCreary spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs Wm Lear Several of the society boys and girls attended the opening ball at Crab Or chard Springs Friday Quite a crowd attended and the evening was very enjoyable Mrs Mary Woolfolk and daughter Gulley of Lexington and Miss Bertha Hendren of Nicholas ville arc visiting the family of Bourne in Lower Garrard Misses and Jennie ire cnterrtaining the following ladies this week Misses Lucia McAfee of Lebanon Pearl Burnside of Stanford Mary Welch of Misses Altie and Bessie week to visit ligelow at Trenton Tenn They vill rotiun via Nashville spending a peen or so with in that city Stanford Journal Miss Mary Walk rr of Garrard is with Mrs J rRowan Saufloy of this tHce is an honorary vicepresident of he Ilustonvillc fair which begins 26 and lasts three day Miss Florence Burnside of PointL a yell following guests at a houseparty Misses Llzze Hudf on Alice Walker Docas Mary Burnside of Lancaster and Dorcas Francis of Richmond following young ladies forma iduse party being entertained the 6th to l2th hy Misses Julia Maq t I f lUtVQRD Y O visiting fen a- very Eat Jordan spending Simpson n azley P azley Dl r Monday former ie Gulley l J B Brs ie Nichol sliIe Iark try next friends Tays IJ fitly will The from i TU1tSD 445toOWtv G eyrd 10h14 odZ M4- t040PFPSONAu sewrr ctwr coosoaowoaoaawooc4o Arnold Mrs W Burns and Have Miss Rot entertain Leap c7i Ht 4 t 2Kr r kyrl le he n A i and Nannie Gaines Misses Turley of I Richmond Fogg of Lexington Long of Georgetown and Pennington of Mt Sterling Per Massie returned Wednesday land will fill his pulpit Sunday at the usual hours Dr Goldstein the famous here this week and arranged for a regular visit to our city See his ad elsewhere in THE EECOUD Mr Jim Stephens of here this week visiting his sis ters Mesdames James Pumphrey and Marshall Eason Jim lived here ma ny years ago and like all others still cherishes a warm love for the old The Lexington Herald prints this bit of news interesting to the young mans many Lancaster friends Mr C Frank wellknown here where he attended Kentucky Univcrsityand a member of the Kappa Sigma will be married next mouth to Miss Marietta Brown of Dallas Tex a3 Mr Frank is now located at Am arilla Texas Stanford Journal The fact that Jesse M Alverson or Stanford was put on the Committee on Permanent Organization by acclamation when all the other places were hotly contested shows how high the splendid young Democrat and indefatigable party worker stands in the estimation of the leaders of the district It is rare that such an honor goes to one so young or so deserving Mrs Clare Witwer and son Charles Fox arrived Friday from their home in Texas to visit Lancaster relatives Capt White the young mans great grandfather says the young Texan carries a bowie and scalping knife wears spurrs and can give the yell with all ease Miss Johnetta Armstrong of Dallas is also hereand the partys visit is being much enjoy ed by many Lancaster friends and Its the editors intention to leave Monday night for the Kentucky Press meeting at Henderson The editors will take a trip to the lakes but the RECORDS man is unable to go on the Jaunt Judge M D Hughes will have charge of the oHice during our absence and all having troubles either past present or future will please bring them in while he is at the helm WHITES CREAM EEMIFDGE not only effectually expels worms but is unequaled as a tonic and is a certain and permanent cure for Chills and Fever in children Price 25 cts C C J E Stormes Fair at Danville The Advocate says unless some un forseen circumstance arises there will be a three day oldfashioned fair in Danville this fall is proposed to hold the exhibition about the third week in August and to give good premiums in every department There will be no trotting races Is your liver tired Does it fail its duty If so dont neglect its call for help A few doses of IIERBINE may save you a spell of sickness HER BINE is the only perfect liver mtdi cine It cures Chills and Fever Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes Imu rIoiH i o ing Men Judging from the racket on the Pub lie Square Saturday night the boys must have had enough booze to float s boat Hades was lifted high into tht elements and the life of those living near the square was made miserable A drummer who had been kept awake nearly all night asked next morning why the Public Square was not placed in the town limits so could have control over it FoNtollicc Ruling The Postofllcc Department Wash ington has ruled that the writer has a right to regain possession of a letter providing he can prove to the satisfac tion of the postmaster of the office from which it was sent that he was the writer of it Even if a letter ha arrived at its destination and before it has been delivered to the person to whom it was addressed it may be by a telegram through the ottlce The reason assigned is that the United States is only the agent of the writer of the letter while the is in transit The decision is to business men and to private Press and Printer Would Have Cost Him Ills Life I have been using Foleys Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stat ing it gave me permanent cure of kid ny disease which certainly would have cost me my life I recommed it to am one afllicted with kidney touble Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky C C J E Stormes visited the home of Mr Wm 22 and claimed his dear wife who was the nearest and dearest to him Her maiden name was Lula Todd She was a kind and devoted wife She leaving a kind and loving husband and many friends to mourn her loss She joined the Meth oust church at Lancaster about five years ago and has lived a Christian life since We cannot tell why she was taken away from us but the Lord knows best and we know not is corning to iath r up Eis jewels She has joined dear ones Above and told those left behind she would join hands with theca in Heaven She leaves a husband one child a loving mother sister and three brothers to mourn her loss Their many friends hake great sympathy for them The remains wera laid to rest at Paint l I Livingston- was town Fraternity Comanche admirers I the OtliClrs recalled mailing letter important Obituary- D nth Iarshbanks June I Lick it it 1B wa opticians C t toil a ever when He F u SC ti Y l 0 fa i Millard Bator sold to J C Fox 6 hogs for 3ic Pate Parish bought 2 hogs from Perry White for Sic Gooch sold 30 hogs to Lawson Fox for 3J- G A Siler bought a nice heifer frpm Millard Baler for Birghannan is delivering his corn to Baughman Co for 155 per barrel Mr and Mrs F F Cummins spent Sunday with Rev W T B Whites James Rogers bought a wok horse from Richard Robinson the other day for 3500 People in general are very busy at this time plowing corn cutting and stacking wheat Mrs Adams and Miss Payne of Fall Lick was here Friday visiting Mrs Paynes family Sam Ballard had a horse to stray from his pasture last week and has not heard from him yet Miss Iva Harber daughter of S W Harbor of Texas is here visiting her sister Mrs J H Thompson Mr John Corum fell from a wheat stack and sprained his rist which has been giving him much pain Mrs A J Thompson and daughter Miss Ella was visiting Mrs Mason Holtzclaw one day last week J B Hut ch ins tells us he will teaching at Lawsons School house the second Monday in this month Mrs Ora G Nayl or will start to Illinois to visit relatives the 13th of this month to be gone about two months Mr Thomas Barns has moved into the store house on Mrs Paynes will work at his trade of post and railing at this place for some time is that when her little ones are born they will be vigor ous andv healthy hopes will be fully realized if she will prepare herself darinir pregnancy with MOTHERS FRIEND the widelyknown external liniment so many women use It not the for easy but insures strength vigor to the newborn Sold by BruoRlsts for 1 n bottle TH3 BRADFIEU REGULATOR CO Atlccta Ga By Special Request Dr G will Remain in Lancaster Ky at tl 3 Hamilton Hojsao few Days Only PJBachersvilla I Elmore 1500 and A Mothers Hope delivery m S tC mily commence zs iadtoro rrrIawtn5ttLackterolOitSnaIU r Go stain 1 It is my specialty to fit glasses in such t inaimer that they relieve the eyestrain pert c tly fitting eye with spectacles that you ca ee with ease and comfort thus preserving th In examiultig the eye ouly the latest au most improved methods and iustruineiits Physicians especially are invited to talc and investigate nay m thuds of correcting error of refraction Many cases of headache neural Iu nervousness irritability insomnia vtrti 40 nervous prostratioi and the steming s u chi drn are ofeu ua to d sf cti islon caused by an abnormal curVature of tli cornea or crystallite lens or to an irregulant jf the refracting media of the eye and are r lieved at once upon the application the grope glasses Ninety per cent of the people over 10 years of age need glasses and 50 per cent o the 90 used them for distance Glasses are not always given to improvt eyesight but to relieve undue strains to as Thousands of eyes are mine yearly Seven persons out tea have neithe eyes alike and one of twenty astigmatism i the neccsiity of testing each eye itely Spec al attention ii givcu to any lee quality that may exist between the rtfractiji f the eye Optical science has made many rapid ndvau es within the last few years The correc- idaption of spectacles has become a distinct profession The optician who thor ugh atiderstduds his business realizes adjusting glasses for his patients he i w th a most delicate and prccion o in where the slightest error may peso icriously while if he does his work well h a only gives confor and ease to hi piticn a bit iu many Instances restores the sight Special cure shouM be taken in selecting th- Irst pa spectacles nor pled without of a responsible option It Is mot important that tlu lenses should b accurately centered and of the best quality and t frtmus so mode that the wearer Joaks directly tlirongu the center Ulasses iiicel flted to the bocouie au ornament as a necessity th eke unused pidlty or 1st nc e ttlt g r sYtuuld it be attar the aid Lace uoure cat epa fitly then of tic weds E Fi slug c Ilirja wisa jijwwles a speciaty a n lo uot lajlcct uur chUreus J8 Difficult cases EO iclted All questions In regard to the eyes answe ed and Examination Free Office hoars from 10 a m to 3 p m at the Hamilton House KyM Monday Jaly171M or r cheerfully Consultation Lancaster I I fARE THE MOST FATAL OF ALL DIS EASES FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Is a guaranteed remedy for all KIDNEY and U BLADDER Diseases srrORMES DRUG STORE DiOSOS Man or Good Taste The editor of the Larue county is surely a man of line sense good taste and knows what he is talking about Listen to him The circuses have given Larue county the cold shoulder for several years and the folks are getting desperate The Her ald says see no special blessing to be derived from living in a town that never has a circus Some of our friends are just dying to run up against the shell game again They are getting too rich It is all right to talk about the groan gra ss the bloom We herald ing flowers and the sighing winds but what are they worth compared with a circus One oompa oompa of tLe brass band will make a crowd tramp down mare grass than can grow in a summer one chance to observe an elephant roll a barrel around a saw dust ring is sweeter than bloomirpr Mowers ever attempted to be and one Meeting glimpse of the bespangled show girls as they gyrate around the ring on the bare back of a spotted horse would make the sighing winds moan for remembrance We want a circus I Art 83 YEARS OLD neycrcsed any remedy ciuui to IT fitU 8 cr Honey It plves quirt and jicrnianont relief la grip as wen as cousha and colds Itmacca weak I nnpa otrooj 31ra M A Ii lcuif9 tcdscah Ky M Hyil1 and Ring out the old Ring in the new Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway BELLS Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positlvo Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are the mucus is cut the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough DR exhilarated I1crbeb ring out Honey SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c 50e and 100 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET Or BeDfs flnaaTerHone Somthiiig Everybody Wants BUGGY SURREY OR ANY KIND OF VEHICLE Also Best Rubber Tires Mannfactured w J ROMANS STOUT CAN SELL YOU Paint V Wall Tintings Cheaparthan any House in this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced GOOD Cheaper than Any Place in Central i LIL DANrILLE Tim 111 R1JABWAEEIN Ky1 LEIRDt Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and EbcceUafto- tAll Kinds Farm Machinery Alwiys o I G SG JNES II Jlc k lo- f e L 7 Stone M Crutchfiild sold to A D Pord a nice heifer calf at 15 Drummers and agents were plenti ful in our village last week Mrs Peachie Grow had a severe fall last Wednesday but she is better now Mrs Jlollie East wLo has been ccn flied to her room is able to be in Mrs ITollic Fain is having her house rap Ted Mr Mike Ray of Buckeye is doing the work Mrs Hansford Land and Miss Lena Dennis both had a bad attack of Chol era Morbus last week but are sonu better at this writing Mr Oscar Weaver of HopUnsvill visit d Mr Win Fain and family last wjek while there he lost his horse hi turned it out at night and it seemei perfectly well but he found it deat next morning- A number of people from here at tended quarterly meeting at Gunn Chapel Sunday and also a number o young folks attended preaching at Mt Zion Jessamine County Saturday nigh Sunday and Sunday night We cat not toll what might be the attractioi over there Mr George Raney near here sold t Mose Ray his farm containing acre at 700 and Maze Ray also sold hi farm to Puce unknowi Mr Luther Raney sold to J VY Dunnof Bryantsville a caf for 5000 and bought of Josepl Simpson of Buckeye a cow and cali at 35 MISSeS Celista Simpson of Buckeye md Edna Scott of Bourne visitec Mrs Peachie Grow Mcnday N T Grow entertained a large number oi his friends at his home fourth Sun day Mr and Mrs Mitch Lane am little daughter Annie Mariah am fr and Mrs George Grow and chil dren of Judson attended preaching Mt Hebron fourth Sunday and visitei Mrs P B Grow Mrs Sam Allci and two littlesons Wilbert and Ehne of Georgetown and Mrs Marshal of Lexington who have visiting Mrs Lizzie Allen are visiting and relatives in Jessamine Ills wee Misses Jewel and Beatrice Sandi revisited their cousins Misses Willie anc Jessie Pierce of Buckeye last Friday Rev Neal of Wincheseer will lil his appointment at Scotts Fork Sal iirday night and Sunday Miss Myi tie Mobercy has returned from a eral days visit wlti relat e am friends in Lincoln Relatives arc friends of Mr Willie Raney him very much with a nice dinner las Thursday it being his ilii ty thir birth lay tle day was greatly enjoye by all who were present Miss EP da Kaylor mId daughter Miss Emnfi of Judon visited T L Sandei Saturday Mrs Septha Onstott i taking music lessons under Miss Alic Tones an accomplished teacher of Lex i igton Several of the young folk from here attended e ercises at fourth Sunda night and all report a nice time J1 Mattie Sanders spent last week with her aunt Mrs Peachie Gmu Messrs T L and J W Sander att d id preacing at Gunns Chapel Saiurda Mis1 Lou Land has return d froi a weeks visitat her sisters Davis of Jessamine Mr and Mn- Inscoe of Jessamine visited o W Mitchell Saturdayand Marksbury There is no greter gift to man th n music even the lower arsinals and birds enjoy it Mrs Mike Kennedy has a turkey that seems to be vera much effected by music When she hears the sounds of the organ o guitar she walks up on the verand puts her head in the window close one eye and listens very attentive until the music clases then wak away as if she 1 ad enjoyed quite treat Mr Oliver Boner left for Louisville Dr Pendleton of Louisville will preach at the Fork Church Sunday Mis N A Bogie is visit log her cousins Mr and Mrs Let flicker Van Arsdall at Ilarrodsburg Mr Henry Williams and bride o Burgin visited the family of Mr P DAldridge Saturday and Sunday Miss Emily Humphreys of Simpson ville is visiting her sister Mis Rot ert Humphreys at Mr J C Boners Herring accompaniec by Miss Sallie Lou Mjers ofMcCrerry spent Tuesday with Mr and Vn tta at Danville Mr and Mi A J Chestnut and Mr Alfred Bones of Danville spent Sunday with theii parents Mr and Mrs J C Boner Mr and Mrs R S Brown of Kirks vile formerly of this place passed through Sunday en route to Beunavis ta to visit relatives at that place Wallaceton Mips Amanda Hayes of Preacher yule is visiting her many friends here this week Work on the new school house h our town is progressing very nicely Gardens in our vicinity are actually dying for the want of rain and have stopped plowing to whit for rain Wheat harvest is over and farmers DIGEST YOUR FOOD per cent of all sickness is caused ter food not properly digested it creates pol and Joe then you are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to Use Carlstedts Powder and watch the results You will feel effects after one dose Give it a trial and be convinced Price 25c Dr Ottos Sprit Gum Balsam Curs Y urCs flk Mi ln far Children For sale by w JL E McRoberts L at t- ai JohnSparks nice Cw ant bee friend se Mrs childrens days New Antioch Mrs Snl1i his sister frc Monday Sallie Tad farmers I taking Jut the r m surprise Sunday 4 i Mis5 Mrs ri4 son T L 4 are now stacking it They report instances a very crops Mr Wm Higginbotham has lost several nice calves within the last few Jays from some unknown disease Mr Myers formerly of Paint Lick has moved his sawmill to a point ibout two miles south from to Mips Pattie Todd has been to teach the school in Walloceton nid will begin as soon as the new lOuse is ready for use E W Bake will teach at Baker this making his 16 terms in the same Mr Sam Conn wLo started foi Jairo Ill two weeks ago to hunt work as far as Bowling Green nd turned back arriving here just 10 lays after leaving here He is now at York eve ry day and doesnt have hunt for it either A few days ago a man more to profanity than to cheerfully aiding he cause of education came town rather on his ear because taxed to help to build our nev Schoolhouse and at once began the district the schoolhouse 0 n and all things common finall ringing his oratory to a clima with the very rediculous oat Wallaceton is nothing but pauper town any way In reply to this one of the crowd entiucu 10 int rriiL the geiitlema y by olitely asking him to come ovei o Wall iccton some time when rea mng y and get one good square meal unexpected invitation did n tot prove the statement A soft nser turncth wrath hut proved the best part of the entertah ment BraveMen Full Victims to stomachliver and kidney troubles as well as women an d all fee tIe result in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness head ache and tired listess run down feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when lie is all run d nvn care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any thing I could take I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at R E McRoberts Drug Store Every bottle guaran teed 1m The trustees of the lower division of 1st ict Ko 31 have purchased a site or building the school house from W II Sent paying 2250 Mrs Vandcrpool has sold her fowlf t3 T B Bourrr She will leave imme diately for Vailey View Martha Dewey little daughter of I W Thompso was very painfully burn iJ by turning hot coffee over on lies arm She is some better now One of our citizens whom W bought to be fully inspired by tin supernatural d v ne inlluen e 1 of God sory to say is running a blind tig r at Lock No 8 This is not onlj wring the disposer of the I 1 t the neighborhood It is causing Mothers to spend many unhappj ho irs and leading the boys of this ommunity to run The ladies of Hebron church wil jive an ice cream supper for the bone it of the church at A D Upton Bo ir e Saturday night July 2i dmission 25 c nits for grown folks ind 15 cei t for children Everybod Invited Boys we have warned you time piepare to I ring your best girls Mr Tom Dunn of Lock Uc 8 lef a few days ago for Olio wee e he and Miss Laura Lawrence of that place married They rrrived her Thursday and will remain at the loci this summer We wish them a long happy and successful Lfe Mr J D burn has returned to ht iome in Vu Mrs Addie Jbhnsoi and two sow are in this vicinity berries Oscar Weaver vis ited his aunt Mrs Ella Scrmn r ast Burdett aid wife spent Saturday night and Sun day with Louis Burdett and famih Mrs Peachie Giow and son Lee wee the guests of Mrs W D Scott from Saturday until Monday Mis1 Jennie Anderson began school at Lo bust Grove Monday CUMBERLAND FALLS A Fine Resort Cumberland Falls Ky July 3rd 1899 Friend Landram As your last issue promises a lette from me and in the same breath com pliments my veracity 1 will not dis you This is the sportmanV paradise a perfect mecca for the lishe man or hunter We have had tolera ble good luck for this place We made one catch of eight Las averaging tw pounds each catch es however the water is too clear at present Fish bite out here and you do not have to walk all day to find them but it takes a professor to catch them and 1 am free to confess that J annot do it Had we cared to fish for forkedtailed or channel cat we would have been compelled to take an extra boat for our catch but we are ifter salmon or bass and as the water is entirely too clear for the for ner we content ourselves with bos ishing exclusionly It would be for me to specify any of the fish we have caught as I would not be but 1 say that we consider ifteen inches a small one Mr Duncan was here in 78 with John formes and Andy Burnside he recalls many spots the iver where he stood watching for deer This is an ideal place a summer re ort the hotel is built just at the head of the falls and the verandas a splendid view of the fall which is 04 feet in height tumbling into a pool 150 feet deep the home of the sal mon and The hotel is ten miles from Cumberlrnd Falls Station on the C S K B and a good hack runs over daily The hotel is a commodious and comfortable building and the fare is positively unsurpassed The amuse ments are croquet lawn billiards boating c The Hello Club of Danville of twentyfive young society chaperoned by Mr ri P Cecil were here for a week and Will Woodcock Ned Wiseman and Uncle stayed over couple of days to fish with us Wi 1 will return this week Col of Lexington will be down tomorrow a party of capitalists to look at the falls with a view of hainessiog their power to run an electric and electric railroad to the C F This Is a sure go and they will not 1 ave to BUY the right of way either JrDuncan will be home this week and will make oath to my assertion foi the benefit of the doubting Thoirases JE inmost employed strict t ill has tl n his ci away H Mt Hebron weare i w week Landram useless believed deer hunting and command tennis consisting NedWelch 1 plait E9nG S H Schollhouse again cursing ear preserving for 4 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KYVAT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE30 1899 RESOURCES Loans ami discounts 107f 3 27 Overdrafts secured mid unsecured 7 J i U 8 Bonds to secure circulation 2TKH 00 Premiums on Bonds 200000 Stocks securities etc 1500 oo- Uaiiklnghuuse furniture and lixtures 8SOO 00 estate jintl mortgages owned 125000 ue from National Dunks not Ue serve Agent 5320 78 Due from State Banks anti Bankers 344 9 Iron approval reserve agents 217C9 81 Checks and other 602 00 iuic oi utuor iiciunal lUli KS 2S5 00 Fractional paper currency nickles 14381 Specie HM21 M notes 111C 00 J115G7 50 ledemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 1125 00 TOTAL ls7iJi 4j LIABILITIES stock paid In 50000 00 iurjdus fund profits less expenses and 4TO National lInk notes outstanding 22500 00- iidividual deposits to check 113Jll J7 jiabilities i those above stated Tux Fund T 2 50 TOTAl 187115 4 5TATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAUKAIU ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named mnk do solemnly swear that the above state nMit is true to the best of my knowledge uud belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworu to before me this 5 day of GSGAINES Notary Public COBEKCT Attest AlEx Grurs i LEWIS Y LEAVELL Directors JJ ALKtr REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30 1899 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1929008 Overdrafts secured and unsecured liss 4 U S Bonds to secure circulation MOOO 0 Stocks securities etc aiOO furniture mid fixtures 11000 0 Other real estate and mortgages own ed 79C Due from National Hunks not Re serve Agents 4017 Ii Due from State Dunks and bankers 3hJI 4 Due from reserve agents rJOT2 Checks and other cash items ii 7 other National Banks 2 190 0 fractional C5 1 Revenue Stamps 107 6 Specie 1151000 Legaltender notes 3 00 00 15040 0 Redemption Fund with Treas urer 5 of circulation 2250 o Total LIABILITIES Capital st9k paid in 100000- 0Surplufidud 20000 0 Undivided profits less expenses and 2053 7 Vational Bank notes outstanding 450 0 Dividends unpaid 300 iidividual deposits subject to check 141891 8 ertified checks 195 ft Total SHSUSVi- TATEOFKENTUCKY COUNTY OFGAEUAltDSS I S C DENNY Cashier of the nbotmined bank do solemnly swear that nntenieiit is true to best of my knowledge ind belief S C Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this f lay of July ISjy R KINNAIBD Public Commission expires January 16th 1900 ConnecT Attest ALEX R DENNY JNO E TOKMES i Directors ALEX C ROBINSON Bids For Water Sealed bids for furnishing w ter to the city of Lancaster Ky will received by tLc Council of said city until Saturd y Juh 2 J8J9 at 10 oclock a m Water to be furnished from Dix river 2J miles distant The city will contract for fifty hydrants fo term of twenty years The city reserves t right to reject any aud all bids The city als reserves the right to purchase the plant in five ten or twenty years as it sees proper Spec ficatious on file In office Lance tel KyJC THOMPSON J E STORIES Comt e Notice of Election Notice is hereby given that on June 26th 1899 the following order was duly made and entered by the Garrurd County Court and on June 27th 1899 a certified copy thereof given by the Clerk of said Court to the Sherriff ol Garrard County towit Garrard County Court June Term June 29 1899 A petition signed by the required number of votes asking that the sense of the people shall be taken in voting Precinct Uo 7 of Magesterial district No 3 upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned there in having been filed in the court and before the Judge thereof on the 22nd day of May 1899 It is now ordered that on the 29th day of July 1899 the Sheriff of Garrard county will open a poll ill voting precinct No 7 district No 3 for the purpose ol taking the sense of the legal voters thereof upon the proposition Wl eli er or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loan ed therein Before the opening of said poll and within seven days from the time he receives this order the Sheriff of Garrard county will publish this order in a weekly newspaper of the county having the largest circula tion for at least two weeks before the holding of said election and will also advertise same by printed hand bills containing a copy of this order posted at five conspicunus places within said district for at least two weeks before the holding of said election The Clerk of the Garrard County Court will certify a copy o this order to the Sheriff gf said county on or the 1st day of July 1899 A true copy Attest J M DUNCAN Clk Pursuant to said order there shall be opened a poll at each and all of the voting places in said district on the 29th day of July 1899 for the purpose set out in said order Given under my hand on June 28 J B SAUNDERS Sheriff Garrard U S real and cents 10000 00 taxes 9 II UJHoN July 1899 otes of U S H5Im taxes paid J the DEN Y Cit Maors magisterial before 8 99 I ffr t l tier bill I paper currencyulekelscts 5 c zibov I lit l 2 1 C S S I INTERESTING STATE NEWS I t If I THE GOVERNOR HOAXED Bradley Hurry fall for Troops Two Forged McFsises The Governor 1 Very Indignant LEXINGTON Ky Juy Brad Icy arrived here Sunday from Cincin nati with the information that the call for 300 state trcops Saturday night was the result of forged messages to him purporing to be from a gen tkinen in Lexington in whom the governor had confidence and a message from Frankfort purporting to be from a state officer lie was in formed by these messages that there was much trouble in Clay county that the Howards were suircundcd and were at the mercy of the 1hilpots and Bakers and that unless troops were sent at once many lives would be sacri ficedThe governor immediately issued the order for the troops to go to Clay county Sunday morning Later he became suspicious aud after a tele phone consultation with Adjt Gen Collier aud CoL Williams the orders were revoked The governor says he will do all he can to fix the for the fake EE KEPT ON RUNNING Ira VTaUo Kicaped From the Constable and v as Fired at lwcc Ititeuse Feeling Aroused Over the Affair KKY WKST Ky July Culien had a warrant for Ira Wade for an alleged breach of the peace and had been looking for Wade for some time and Tuesday found him in S Jlul lins barroom After the constable had arrested Wade he said Ill go with you as soon as I give uncle a bottle and then Wade ran out of the saloon door The constable commanded him to stop but he still ran and the otlicer tired a shot in the air and again him to stop but he did not and the constable shot at him three times hitting him once in the right hip and once in the left leg and yet Wade ran on to his grandfathers house without stopping Much feel ing has been aroused by the affair The constable is guarding the house Keuiiion of the lid wards Family FIKTOX Ky July of the Edwards family of Kentucky took place at llermon Thursday There were 175 defendants present the eld cst being 73 years and the youngest 17 months Mr William J Pag of Tenn and Miss Bernice Holman of this county were married at Tren ton Thursday evening Rev Miller Wood officiating Only One Candidate LEXINGTON Ky July con vention has been called to meet in Jackson July 15 to nominate a i cpub lican candidate for representative in the Ninetythird legislative district comprising the counties of Urcathitt Lee nd Alagoflin Ned Marcum of Jackson is the only announced candi date AntiTrust Projects LOUISVILLE Ky July firms are contemplat ng the establishment of antitrust tobacco factories in Louis ville II N Mart n Co of Green ville Ky are negotiating for a plant and Allen Baker of Carrollton are also thinking of establishing a plug tobacco factory Found Dead Near the Horse RICHMOND Ky July Betty Kelly aged 03 living near Valley view went out to the field to catch a horse Not returning a search was instituted and sHe was found dead near the aui mal which was hitched to a fence Foul play is suspected and au in vestigation will 32 made New Kentucky Postmasters WASUIXGTOX July following fourthclass postmasters were Friday Lester Letcher coun ty W R Hale vice Polly Collins Tygarts Valley CJrccuup county Sarah J Warnock vice A J II Lewis resigned Koberts Denies It LEXIXGTOX Ky July 3 Collector Sam J Roberts laughs at the proposal that he may manage the republican campaign in Kentucky this year Senator Deboe he said would hardly sanction such a proposition were it made to him Will Not Pardon Croxvon- FKANKFOKT Ky July 2 Gov Friday refused to pardon Duke Croxson of Newport who is serving a term in the Frankfort penitentiary for avsaulting Mrs Glcasun about two A Safe tracked FRANKFORT Ky July 4 Burglars cracked the safe of Johnson Barrett the coal dealer with two explosions of dynamite No booty was obtained Two watchmen were on guard There is no clew to t e perpetrators The runt or Keslgned Ky July Charles R llemphill who has been pastor of the Second Presbyterian church here 14 years resigned Sunday to be cone a teacher in the Southern byterian theological seminary Charged With Stealing Registered Letter Mii DiK BOR Ky July 3 William Vcrmillion of Whilesbnrg the post masters son has been arrested by government detectives charged with stealing money registered let ters Church Dedicated IIopKixsvniK Ky July 4 The new Southern Methodist church at Pembroke was dedicated Sunday with imposing ceremonies Bishop Morrisey Ox Nashville preaching the dedicatory WI O 101 ij 4Gov 5Constable Allright commanded 1Areunion Nashville 1A 5Two 5Mrs nearby 2The commissioned removed Bradley years ago LOU SYIIU 4Dr Pr s from sermon responsibility S ii I STATES FINANCES A Statement of the Condition of the Ke tucky Treasury Issued From the Auditors Office FRANKFORT Ky July is the report of condition of the state treasury issued from the auditors of ice Monday afternoon Sinking Fund Utilanctj May 31 ia 820719 07 Receipts 4iXI 17 S 83101 M Expenditures and transfers t9377 UJ 75373 34 School Fund rsalaiicc Aly 31 1839 9 ItMan Kucci t and transfers 1 1353 57 Toxl 9 ACttVJ Expenditures 812 81 General Expenditure Fund I licit May 31 l W S CC9H8 18 Itcceipis I3J157 80- Totil S K5m 3i Expenditures SWalt Balance in Treasury June 30 1899 5 313148 70 FOUR SERIOUSLY INJURED A Coy 1Iuce a Giant Firecracker on Mar Two Men Wilt Probably Lose Their Eyesight LOUISVILIK Ky July men were seriously injured Tuesday night by the explosion of a giant firecracker in the Ilaymarkct saloon Preston and Jefferson streets The men were drinking when a boy entered and placed n large firecracker on the bar looked like one of the big phony crackers and but little attention was paM to it Suddenly there was a anti the men were hurled back against the wall John ODonnell a barber was burned about the hands and face Mike Flaherty a bar tender was the face and will prob ably lose his sight Jacob Stulbs a produce dealer sustained burns about the face and hands George Abtz a driver will probably lose his eyes Louisville Tubacco Market Louis VIIIK Ky July 3 The local leaf tobacco market Friday showed about the sum general feature as on Thursday except that dark tobacco showed a little more animation and strength Fridays offerings were made up mostly of the common and medium grades Prices were satisfac tory The total offerings were lOG hhds of which 151 hhds were burley and 152 dark Lawrenceburgs Second Big Fire LAWRKNCKBLRO Ky July L Another big fire visited this town Fri day morning destroying a square oa Main and one on Court street It in Faglers livery stable The important losses are the livery stables and Christian Church A J Bowena dwelling and Van Arsdell carriage Loss 25000 insurance 5000 Ordered Him Hanged PARIS Ky July 1 The jury in the case of Clarence Williams on trial for the killing of Martha Tillman in Claysvillc returned a verdict of in the first degree and fixed his punishment at death by hanging The jury was only out 30 minutes and took but one ballot Refused a Pardon FRANK FOUT Ky July 5 Trie gov ernor refused to pardon before trial Georgetown Turnpike Co of Bracken county which is under indictment for alleged failure to re port annually to the county authori ties Gave Himself Up RICHMOND Ky July the officers sent to arrest him all night William Turpin who shot Alton Ring here Monday and painfully wounded his Henry Turpin came in and surrendered to the officers Tuesday morning King will recover Shot Him on Sight PAINTSVIILE Ky July 1 News hat just reached here from Ivyton Ky ten miles distant that Floyd Rice shot and killed Harmon Grace They had had no trouble Rice met Grace in the road and shot him down Dig Timber DeaL FRANKFORT Ky July 1 The Helens Land Coal and Iron Co of this city concluded the sale of9000 acrcsof timber land Thursday to M II Court ney of Clay City for The land is situated in Lee and Wolf counties Plant of the Prohibitionist LOUISVILIK Ky July 4 W M Likens of Beaver Dam state secretary of the prohibitionists is in the city to arrange for a state convention An antiGoebel plank will be incorporated in the platform They will put out a full state ticket W H HOSHAL CO Commission Merchants GattleHogsSfieep UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI 0 information stock cheer f illy furnished Consign your stock di ecttous Tho ne 734 J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Laii Srojor ail ijpt iiI AETNA FIRE INSURANCE cp THE 5Following I i9 43 IS 7J the i I 5Four tI I I loudexplosion burnedabout I originated 5 murder he Augusta 5After bro her 15000 live Joi 93 2atJ 1U2J255 it- r 6158 factory dodging J j FROM ECZEMA Tnrffirft fnnil nfllUillig DUIilliig ThlC DlCaaoi Not much attention is often paid to first symptoms of Eczema but it is not before the little redness begins to itch burn This is but the beginning and will lead to suffering and torture almost unen durable It is a common mistake to regard roughness and redness of the skin as a local irritation it is but an of a humor in the terrible is more than skindeep and can not be reached local appli cations of ointments salves etc applied to the surface The disease itself the real cause of the trouble is in the blood although all suffering is produced through the skin the only way to reach the disease therefore is through the blood Mr Phil T Jones of Mixersville Ind writes fI had Eczema thirty years and after a great deal of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gave me constant finally broke into a running sore and began to spread and worse For the past five or six years I have suffered untold agony and given up all of ever being free from the disease as I have been treated by some of the best physicians and have taken many blood medicines all in vain With little faith left I began to take S S it apparently made the Eczema worse but I knew that this was the way the remedy got rid of the poison Continuing 8 S S the sore healed up the skin became clear and smooth and I was cured perfectly Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by a remedy which if only a tonic Swifts Specific S S S FOR THE BLOOD is superior to other blood remedies because it cures diseases which they can not reach goes to the the cause of the will cure the worst case of Eczema no matter what other treatment has failed It is the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash mercury or any other mineral and never fails to cure Eczema Scrofula Contagious Blood Poison Cancer Tetter Rheumatism Open Sores Ulcers Boils etc Insist S S S nothing can take its 9 Books on these diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Bps Company Atlanta Georgia J A BOO TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE RAW AS BEEF r Equal the tile and and Fearful a j indication bloodof Eczemawhich Sand bottomto diseaseand iIic 0 r I IV Ion i7 4 A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Sole Proprietor 30 Main Street ST LOUIS MO TOKMES I RUG STOSE INTERNALand F RAUARD North NATIONAL BANK THE s J493 c CAPITAL 10000000 J l OF SURPLUS 2000000 j 1 LANCASTER President JNO E STORM ES Vice C Cashier KY A R DENNY DEN Y President- S J F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T E3IB11YBookkeepi r DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Sac Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Stormei S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extrcted without th Vitalized Air Office the Kew Thompson Iuildine W paIn- w rLLJJLL PILE CURE PUBLIC SALE Garrard Co Farm I will offer publicly on the premiass On Ttraiay AE 10 1899 THE DR REID situated at Old Paint Lick on the Richmot and Lancaster pike Smiles from Lanes 2J milea from Louisville Nashville depot The Farm Consists of 330 ACRES well improved with good new residence o chard and nil necessary ontluililIuKS such ij office in the yard smoke house c rriage house ice house c Also splendid slutted donMe corn cribs capacity of 400 barrels two tobacco birns one of which is new stock tiara and tenant h ne ELEGANT COMMUNITY within one hundred yards of church schi 1 house and store The farm will be offered in two acres with the im provements 8S acres unimproved said tracts divided the pike and then as a whole the bid or bids accepted which realize the greuttr sum 150 acres of knob land five or six miles dis tant wll go with the farm TERMS OF SALE Onethird cash balance In one and two years with C per cent interest WI LETCH EU T D ENGUSII Ancr Danville Ky OF A FAE tlr soiL t post oice tracts212 by 1ss Central Covington Stock Yards Covington Kentucky Are located so as to offer special inducements to the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving extra expense and time In addition to the lo cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the market for all kinds of Stock When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of benefit to you Central Covington Stock Yards Co Commission firms will give prompt attention o consignmentst 0 A BUSINESS success in tile This being conceded t is of first Importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank so THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY L BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND Y EDUCATIONI- s absolutely necessary to the youn man or woman who would winyoung Seven experienced teachers each one a cialit In his line Graduates bnsiuesii liouue Write for a beautiful book testimonIals from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United titatea it will to yop coil go Consign your stock to Rabenstein Harris Conner Live stock Commission Merchants When shipping East bill our care privilege selling Stock Yards We will to advantage and give your stockspecial personal Kyor5 sit 5 t CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky July 1899 Paint Lick June apples and frying chickens are lOW ripe Crops wail be cut short for the want rain in this vacinity Mrs McWhorter who is sick at her others Mrs Estrages is im proving IL Besizley the tobacco man lipped the last of his last years crop tobacco today 15 Ely and son have so much work n hand that they have sent for an xport carriage maker Mrs A M Broaddus residence hurn d today at 10 oclock She saved only few things No insurance What you want is not te nporary r lief from piles but a cure to stay cur ed DeWitts Witch Salve cures piles and they stay sured Im Stormes Drug Store The bliss e Ely have a pretty i it r on is a great of sickness in the neighborhood Ld tlc Ductors are kept buisy almost day Miss Patrick is vis the Misses Ramseys Several r t our boys attended church at Sunday Mr Miller of Texas j visiting the family of Will Wallace Bro Eckels and wi e are visiting- in bourbon county I S Burrows the merchant at Lowell has gone to Texas to visit his Brother Hammack T G Ross bought five hogs from Junes Baker for 1375 It is very dry and dusty in this vie inity at present Gardens are needing rain stock water very scarce Pe ple are very busy stacking wheat the farmers say the wheat crop here is very light Little Early Risers acts as a faultless pill should cleansing and reviving the system instead of weak cuing They are mild and sure small and pleasant to take and entirely free from objectionable drugs They assist rather than compet 1m Stormes Drug Store Misses Ida and Susie Hurt of are visiting their sister Mrs Squire Parsons Miss Ida will begin school next Monday at Union The e were a good many of neighborhood at Utided church at fairview Sunday Eph Hammack of Cartersvile made a flying visit here Sunday John Lawson and sister passed through en route to Mr lliatt Stiggalls today Monday FlatWood Mr Sainnnl Brewer killed a mad yg in this vicinity last week John Xewland of col bought a hog from Mr Givens Terrill for S3 r Mr Willie and Cleveland Slaughter spent Saturday and Sunday at W H Furrs What among human ills are mor ann y ng than piles The afflictions prevent active exercise are bad enough but one that makes even rest miserable is worse Women are among rts greatest martyrs TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will ire the most obstinate cases Price cts in bottle tubes 75c C C J E Stormes Mr C I Ogg was at Flatwood Sat rday making pictures He will be tin r the 10th for two weeks to make pictures Mr John Hutchins of Preachers ville will teach the free school at Irnvsons School House and will begin the 10th of this month A TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see that yourblood ia rich and and whole system put IK aperfectly healthy condition the use of Dr Liver Powder Then will be free from malaria fever colds SpruceGuma Betts For sale by 11 E McRoberts g If E i Hazel PcrYille Them ht nt Fair- View DeWitts i 4 LiverPowder r a 1 and Lowell that Ni Sweeney Lawson Fox have gone for a through Pulaski Miss Nannie McCarley will open school at Beazleys school house 10thThe Mormons held a short meeting at Beazleys school house last of the weekMiss Jennie opened her school at Locust Grove Monday July thirdMcCarley Lawson consigned a load of hogs to the Cincinnati market Saturday Holtclaw and Bro sold 15 fat hogs to Lawson Fox at S340 per hundred and two head of butcher cattle at 340 per hundred- J A Shear of Sedalia Mo saved his child from death by croup by using One Minute Cough Cure It cures coughs colds pneumonia la grippe and all throat and lung troubles Im Sormes Drug Store Master Carroll Acton has returned to his home in Lancaster after a few days visit to relatives at Sweeney Mrs W L Lawson and Mrs J CFox visited Mrs Woods of Paint Lick last week Master Chenault Elmore- is with his uncle in Winchester Little Miss Norma Elmore her friends at a picnic Friday Mrs Martha Schooler and her charm lug grand daughter Miss Callie Ad ams of Paint Lick spent several days with relatives in this vicinity Tom Barnes has moved to the Land of Promise Misses Anna Dishon and Ella Holtzclaw left Wednesday for Livingston to visit Mrs Gray Mr Ci Stone and little son Tommie of Mitchell Indiana spent several days with his parents Mr and Mrs Thos Stone Misses Jennie and Grace Morgan accompanied by their cous ins Misses Sallie Gooch and Anna Padgett spent Thursday with their aunt Miss Marie Morgan of Stanford Paul Arnold and sister Miss Kate of Hiattsville and little Mabel Claire Arnold of Richmond spent Sunday with your correspondent Mrs Fan nie Thompson of Mt Verhon came down on the noon train Sunday to see Mrs David Thompson who is quite sick at this writing Your correspondent spent Friday with friends near Hiattsville Little Em ma Land of Rowland is the guest of Annie May Perkins To cure piles STRIKE AT THE HOOT thats the way DeWitts Witch Ha zal Salve STRIKES AT THE HOOT it re moves the CAUSE quickly and ently Dont squander time and money in a vain effort to remove the EFFECTS 1m Stormes Drug Store Buckeye Mrs Arnold opened school here Monday The Baptist church is receiving a new iron roof R L Teatrr who has been in poor health for number of years is very feebleJ Brown sold to J N Teater one calf at 22 a mule at Richmond court at 75 The same strange incident occurred here this week as did at Hebron Monday came on Sunday The last Quarterly meeting of this Conference year convened at Gunns Chapel Saturday and Sunday Rev Shepard the Presiding Elder four fine sermons which were greatly enjoyed by the audience Charley Barker and W B Burton who have gone into the livery busi ness in your town are industrious en terprising young men and their friends here regret to have them leave but wish them much success Thomas Thurman deputy sheriff of Troy Mo says if everyone in the United States should discover the vir tue of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for piles rectal troubles and skin diseases the demand could not be supplied 1m Stormes Imig Store Sam Totten and wife and sisters Miss Jennie visited their sister Mrs Mike Ray and family Sunday Miss Jennie will remain with her sister a week or two Messrs Teater and Ransdall of Mercer have been visit I I entertained perma delivered Anderson ing relatives here Misses Nora Ray and Ida Pierce spent last Thursday with Mrs Forest Curtis at Kirksville Miss Mary Leaven was in our midst Sunday Several from here attended a picnic at Silver Creek bridge on the Fourth Miss Celesta Simpson has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Edna Scott at Hebron The father of J W and L F Brown who lives at Buena Vista vis ited them and attended Quarterly meeting here Sunday W M Gallagher of Bryan Pa rays For forty years I have tried various cough medicines One Minute Cough Cure is best of all It relieves instant ly and cures all throat and lung trou bles 1m Stormes Drug Store Bryantsville Call at J S Haseldens and see his nice line of handsome saddles Dr Dunlap was willed to the bed side of Dr Armstrong who was quite sick but is now out again The little child of Mrs Whitaker who fell and srtuck its head on a nail a few weeks ago is improving The friends and acquaintances of Mrs L Burk will be glad to learn that she is much better after a very severe spell of heart trouble You get up in the morning tired a bad taste in the mouth and a headache Know whats the matter Biliousness Take DeWitts Little Early Risers They regulate the liver and cure con stipation pleasantly and promptly Never Jm Stormes Drug F Jennings has returned from a visit to his relatives in Illinois Mrs Tom Goode of Crab Orchard and Mrs Nannie Goode of Teatersville have been visiting relatives in this community Mr and Mrs J S Has elden visited their friends in Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday Miss Lizzie Dunn is visiting relatives in Nicholasville Mr and Mrs Letcher Owsley visited Mrs Atha Dunn last sellingherthem HAS NATURE WARNED YOU Nature herself clad in the early garbs of spring blossoms forth trees and flowers causing despondent chord to vibrate to you feel Have the forerunner of Chills Malaria and Fever If so must not this warning as it is an indication of sickness consult us as our advice costs you nothing Call on your dtuggist and a bottle Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Take one dose a day at bed time for six then follow a bottle of Yucatan Chill weeks course of these two great remedies I will feel like the flowers look in the Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season whe the atmosphere is full of germs If necessary and warns you repeat above These Remedies in stock by R E McRoberts Judson Uncle Chas Simpson remains quite sickThe farmers tre through stacking wheat and are waiting for the thresh erDavid Ray sold one calf to Lem Teater for 20 George Grow and family visited friends at Lock No 8 Saturday and Sunday Mrs Margaret spent several days with her brother George Broaddus of Marksbury Mrs Robt Simpson and children visited Mrs Jim Simpson of Buckeye Saturday Mrs Chas Overstreet of Little Hick caristedrs German liver powder CURES INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the system Is liar PRICE 25 CENTS For SalebyRE nfcRoberts Store- D most of all springtime and how do ou following the directions and after two spring I ale to feeling Tonic you F i I man visited her sister Mrs A D Ford one day last week Misses Dicie Adkerson and Lucinda Layton of McCreary were the guests of Mrs Nannie Lane Saturday Mrs Mar garet Stone accompanied by Miss Belle Allen visited her son R A Stoue of your city last week Miss Emma Naylor was the guest of Misses Pearl and Mattie Saunders of Stone Saturday Jim Clark and wife of Sycamore Valley visited relatives here last week Messrs J T Turner and H Wearen spent Saturday at Dripping Springs Several days ago some folks visiting at Wilmore took passage on the steamer Falls City for High Bridge and landed at Stone ex pecting to be conveyed home but un fortunately the electric cars are not running in that city yet There is a time for all things T e time to take DeWitts Little Early Risers is when you are suffering from constipation biliousness sickhead ache indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles 1m Stormes Drug Store QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTERepublican State Convention Lexington Ky July 12th 1899 Special reduced round trip rates via the Queen and Crescent Route from all stations in Kentucky on this occa sion Ask your ticket agent for full particularsHigh Bridge Excursions Excursions are run from Cincinnati and all points south every other Sun day to High Bridge There isnt a more beautiful place to visit than this entrancing spot You cant afford to miss it The rate is remarkably low One Dollar from Fifty cents from Lexington and like low ford to miss this pleasant day on the river Your ticket agent will give you rates dates and schedules for these excursions Central Camp meeting 816 Low Rates on the Queen Crescent daily on a bove dates from all r y Ridge to Somerset inclusive good un til July 16th to return Ask agents particularsAnnual National Hard wood Lumber Association Milwau kee Wis July Womans Foreign Missionary of Radford Va July 69 1859 Supreme Lodge Uniform Rank K O T M Port Huron Mich July 1722 1899 Annual Convention Medal of Honor Legion Burlington Vt July 192099 Central Holiness Camp Wilmore Ky to16th 1899 Tickets will be sold via the queen and Crescent Route July 7th to 15th from all stations Dry Ridge to Incl at one onethird fare for the round trip Good to return July 18th See agents for full particulars yourticket Holiness WILMORE July pointsD 13161899 Encampment July 8th Society Somerset CINCINNATI RATES ON ACCOUNT THE GREAT NATIONAL SAENGERFEST fH SALE JUNE 27TH TO JULY 1ST REAT OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT THE QUEEN CITY WITH THE CROWDS WHO WILL ATTENOTHE NATIONAL MEETING OF GERMAN W O MINCAMOM A CINCINNATI TO 1 2 SINGERS Pe Wheeler Wils Sewing Machine I Rotary Notion and Ball Bearings x00S t BEST EVliR sale by Arnold Lancaster Kentucky KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed ED BISHOP C C J S HASELDEN R Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Deleware Milwaukee Conneticnt ContinentalGlens German American Phenix of Brooklyn New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile For E W KR S o KINNAIRDINSURANCE Revre Co mDa niBS letna Life Ins CO of HartfordConn seatiafFollofiag League International Meeting Indianapolis July 2oth23d Finest trains in the South travel daily via the Route to Cincinnati Only one change to Indianapolis Liberal return limits on via the Queen Crescent at one fare for the round trip Ask agents for particulars W C MIMAMON a P A CMCIKMATI QUEEN CRESCENT tickets ITO