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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY Keep cooV by using one of Joseph's 6, 1899. years to his life. The directors very wisely elected Mr. S. C. Denny as cashier. He ha: ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME Masonic Lodge next Tuesday night. Get your Binder Twine pretty fansVY Lovely Taffetas, Crepons, Gloves and Dimmitties at aseph's. SQUIRE KINNAIRD RESIGNS As Casbler I IMMMMIOiOOOMO0OOmM0IIMmHIIMMMMM0MI at Gainb. Beautiful disp lot of Dry Goods at Jose Money to Loan. Who said Lancaster was not coming On good real estate. For particu tc the front? lars apply at The Record office, tf. Not even a plain, showed up Tuesday. every-da- y drunk Wanted. 100,000 bushels of wheat. Highest rash market price. C. C. Glass & Bro, Camp Nelson, Ky. june29-4- t Joseph lias an iij t late Nile of slippers. Ladies, call and sec tilling J. -- -- The 4th of July was as tame in Lan Ne.v Vuii b3ltvlMickiis and faiwy caster as a home-taleshow. The goods this week. V banks were closed all day and the Tiiosii'sbithc Jeweler! post oflice locked, barred and bolted Foundations are completed on the most all day. Holidays are getting to Owsley block and the joists are being be a nuisance. aid. Farmers are busy threshing. The crop will not be as short as was lirst feared. shown in Lancaster is tone found at Joseph's. Sack Sacks. IL A B Marksbury & Son keep on hand new sacks, and will sell to the farmers at cost. Building; Lot. want to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell you oncfrom 1 to 4 acres T. Cukuky. cheap. It's a little late in the season, but On easy paying .house and our lines of Ribbons, Hosieyi Gloves lot. W. J. Romans. Handkerchiefs, etc., are waU filled. J?. Joseph. One of Dillchay's big brick kilns is g on through burning, and Notice To Creditors. the ntw buildings will'commencc in a Any persons having claims against few days. the estate of T. n. Wast will presant Farmer, Attention. them to me, properly proven, on or be Storage furnished for wheat. Sec W. T. West. fore August 1, 1899 R. G. Ward for particulars. Lancas Scarcity of Water ter Mills & Elevator Co. The scarcity of water is growin Farm Tor Sale. serious. Many cisterns have given out, wells are low and stock watei Dr. W. L. Letclieradvertiscsin Thk very scarce. If a fire should break out Record that he will on the 10th of in town it would, as it always does, August sell his very desirable farm at have to burn its course. Paint Lick, in Garrard' county. brick-layin- For of tbe National Rank. fllr. Denny and Other Omcers Promoted. At the regular business meeting of the board of directois of the National Bank of Lancaster, held last week, MISBsassss The prettiest lines of Pahtsols ever If you Some five hundred pistol shots were fired on the streets Tuesday night. How lone, oil Lord, now long, will a suffering community have to stand this. The reports we have of the condition of the hemp crop is very discour aging. It is damaged badly by the drouth great deal of it blooming 2 to three feet high. Tennessee sheep for sale at I have Danville, Ky. 500 ewes and 400 weth ers. Also 25 steers. Call on or ad dress S. T. Book, Danville, Ky., at july Faulconer's hotel. 900 t. Storeroom I'or Rent. Will rent room I now occupy and give possession at once. Stock ofjgoods now low and will be sold as a whole at a great bargain. J. W. SwekSmcyI Card ofTIianks. In retiring from the livery business, I take this method of thanking my friends for their kind patronage. 1 appreciated indeed. your favors very highly Bice Benqe. New WorkbouHe Keeper. Bice Benge desiring to give up the workhouse, the place was given to Joe Petty Monday night. Mr. Petty entered at once upon his duties. His mother and family will reside with him. naadatome Sldeix allc. ti James I. Hamilton has had a lavement made in front of his residence, together with walks to and around the house. This work makes one of the greatest improvements in town. Jim now lives in as much style as the Prince of Wales. con-vre- Short jCrop In 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 twenty-fiv- e bushels to the acre is the top notch, but some fields in the west end will not be cut at all. City Council. At the regular July meeting of the Council, held Monday night, nothing of much importance was done, save to take steps 'n 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 Paint Lick Enterprise. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting with ready sale every where. Pei so is who have used it say it's a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula, Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargement, Greasy Heel, etc It is sold on a written guarantee, and money reap-1-3 funded if not as represented, f Still an OHeer. and midnight howlers must not get the idea into their craniums that because Joe Petty 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 arrest any violator of the law. Run 'em In Joe. A dude behind the bars would be an interesting sight. The pistol-shoot- Hew 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 the Thompson block on Richmond street. We do not know of two more honorable, upright, christian gentlemen than are they, and if hustle and push count for ahy thing they will certainly succeed. Mr Faulconer is a brother of Bv Henry Faulconer, of this city. Notice to Furmcrs. Should you not want to sell youi wheat at present prices, and want to hold for a better market, we desire t Strayed. Large, brown horse, 12 years old. lit inform you we have made arrange tle crease fallen, two white spots from ments to store 15;000 or 20,000 bushels saddle. Left Ottcnheim. May 22. and wheat here in Lancaster on the usual lias been seen near Lancaster. Liber terms, to include fire risk. So bring al reward for return to G. S. Gaines, us your wheat- - We also have arrange ments for storage account at Louis Lancaster. 2t. ville. H. A. B. Marksbury & Son. Fire Near Town. New Livery Firm. The large barn of ShipEstes, on Messrs. Burton & Barker have tak Danville pike, was burned Sunday morning. A horse belonging to Miss en charge or tne Dig livery stable, op Mattie Estes was in the building. Mr. posite the Mason House. They arc Estes lost a lot of hay, corn, harness both expert horse men, and know v and a few implements. Origin of fire good animal, and, greatest of all, know uliknown. The horse was roasted in how-t- keep one in proper shape. The the fire, it being too hot to get him out ire stocking the stable with new out fits and will have one of the best sta New Drue Store. bles in Kentucky. You can't find tw( Mr Fred P Frisbie has closed a con cleverer boys than Billy Burton aw1 tract with the Hotel Co., for the new Charley Barker, and The Record beroom in the hotel building on corner speaks for them unbounded success. of Public Square and Richmond St. Getting In Line. He tells The Record he will put in a Those of our citizens over whose complete and stock "of drugs, druggists sundries, paints, oils, land the new railroad will run are re and in fact, everything to be found in alizing the great good the road will do first-cladrug house. He will fit for the county and are talking very the store with the latest fixtures and reasonably about it, As we have stathe room will be a beauty. Mr Fris ted several times, we are satisfied no bie has completed his studies at a one will want to gouge their own home Philadelphia school of pharmacy and people, and all parties will take actu is thoroughly competent for the busi- al damage done them. True Kentuck- ness. Fred is a clever young fellow ians will stand up for one anothei when the rub comes, and we arc satis-lie- d and is sure of success. all Garrard county people will pull together in this matter. Thh Hamilton Powell. Mr. H. Clay Hamilton and Miss road will be the greatest blessing the Laura Powell were married Thursday county could get, and if it is allowed evening by Elder Jesse Walden, at. to slip, we might as well fold oui the latter's residence, on Lexington hands and never make another move street. The cowple have been sweet for progress. hearts for a lorg time and the marri As Otkers See Vs. age was expected by many. Desiring In its 'Lancaster Court Day Items,' to steal the march on their friends, they drove to the residence of Rev. the Stanford Democrat says: "I want but the Kuykendall, at Marksbury. The lat ed to get to the court-houster was not at home, and they drove pavements were so obstructed by cattle that I found it a difficult task and back to Elder Walden's,arrivingabout steer by the nine o'clock. The bride is a daughter had to catch a of Mr. C. D. Powell, one of Lancas horns and pull him off the steps beter's leading merchants, and is a fore I could get into that building. young lady of fine intellect and accom The shade trees along the edge of the plishments. Mr. Hamilton is mana pavements made the cattle feel like pastger for the Western Union Telegraph they were out in the ures and they lounged around the store Co. He is popular and industrious. The Record joins their long list of doors with an air of perfect ease. The friends in wishing them many yearsof ladies needed balloons to make the trip around the square. The sidewalks happiness. were dangerous and it does seem to Many Letters. me that the cattle ought to be put in The committee appointed by the shady places, elsewhere than under City Council, to advertise for bids on the awnings of the business houses. waterworks has received a bushel bas The smell of mean whisky right off ketful of letter.-- from parties all over The Shoot" and cattle sweltering in the United States. The suggestion to the sun was not as delicious as the advertise was a good one, as it will new mown hay in the meadows along cost comparatively nothing, and will the roads leading into Lancaster." enable our people to ascertain just PUSHING THE WORK. what a system will cost. Its folly to talk of putting in a plant unless we SHrveyors are RbbbIhs Lines to Dripknow exactly what it will cost. All ping Springs and On. propositions and estimates will be ooked into on July 11th, and the com The railroad surveyors completed mittee will make a report to the Coun ted the second line into town this cil. Then the matter can be taken up week. It runs over, or nearly so, the for consideration. Every! oly is for first line mentioned in The Record, waterworks "if the railroad is built." and comes close to Marksbury, crosses Now, neighbors, the railroad is going the Lexington pike three times,strlkes to be built, so dont worry on that point. Col. W S Beazley, H. C. Sutton and In figuring up our business for the on into town over Dr. Herring's land fiscal year, we have 1GI cents profits. and strikes the L & N near the S T This money will be wagered with any- Leavel property. The engineers say one against his old straw hat that this is by far the most practical line, within eighteen months Lancaster as it is good grade, very straight, and will have waterworks and the South- -' will not cost near as much money as ern railway. Put this in your cob the line mentioned in last issue of pipe and puff it. The Record. The line is now being run 'to Dripping Springs and will run Farmers Read. We are needing all of our Sacks, within a few hundred yards of that : and many of our friends have neglect resort. It then goes on to Rockcastl ed to return the Sacks we have accom- and will miss Crab Orchard by modating them with. We lost by fire a'xmt 21 miles. The engineers are well about 6,000 Sacks, consequently we so pleased with the grade and route far, and are much encouraged over need every Sack that is due us. We bought 6,000 Second-han- d cotton Sacks, the line in front of them, as far as branded "Schwartz & Bros. St. Louis, they have been. They will complete papers up to this point and send Mo.," these Sacks are in the bands of their our farmer friends, and they are using them at once to headquarters. them for milling purposes. A visit to Excursion to Old Feint Comfort Va. Lancaster Flouring Mills will convince The Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. has anyone of the fact. arranged a series of Excursions to Old We also have several thousand sacks Point Comfort Va., during the month branded "Ballard So Ballard Co.," or of July, August and September. "Ballard Mills," and we have also These Excursions will be run on the thousands of other sacks, and we no- Second and Fourth Tuesdays in each tice these sacks are being used for month. The tickets will be good on milling and other purposes. Now we the regular trains, and will be limited ask you in all kindness to see that to 21 days. The rate will be 815.00 for every sack due us and la your pocess- - the round trip. Persons deslrlng'to ion is returned at once and you ,wJ)l go should send in their names for confer a favor on us that we will ap- - sleeBine car snace. and state on which priciate very much. train they will want to o. Any in- d We are also in the market for wheat formation cheerfully furnished on will pay the highest market price plication to any Agent, or to G. W. Barney, Div. Pass. Agent, LexiBfto&v cash on delivery. Your Friends, H.A. B, Makkssuby So. Ky. e, blue-gra; ap-an- 'Squire W. 11. Kinnaird tendered his resignation as cashier, and same was accepted. 'Squire Kinnaird has been cashier of this bank since lSi."i, the date of its organization. During all this time he has remained steadfastly at his post of duty, and one can al most count on his fingers the days Mr. Kinnai.d lias been away from his desk. During all these years, there has never boen a hitch in the running JJuekeye Churns are War-mte- tl. of the business. Tlio bank, was first 1(k -Mr. Cunvy now has his gro Due. Taxes ted where Call and examine Town taxes are now ouo, and prop eery store. It was then moved into erty owners should come forward at the old Ray building, back i.f the them. once and settle. This has to be done Hemphill corner. While located ii: and those putting it off too long will tne latter place, a new building was oe put to extra expense erected on the present site and it was been connected with the bank for ma ny years, and has been assistant cash ler for a long time. No more careful Competitive Examination. or painstaking official could have been On July 13, at the county superinselected, and the directors will cer tendent's office, in Lancaster, an ex tainly never have cause to regret thei: amination for the scholarship at State action. Mr. Denny is a Dolite. kirn College, Lexington, will be held. This and attentive young gentleman, one examination is open to all persons be who is always ready to favor a friend. tween the age of fourteen and twenty He is a man of splendid business qual years. The person receiving the high locations and possesses that sound est general average secures the judgment and discretion so necessary in the position he fills. No young man Jlore Recruits Wanted . In' Phlllplnes has more friends or is more popular The Recuting officer in Lexington imong all classes than is Cabell Denny, lias just received instruction from the ind we know we do not exaggerate in BEAZLSY& BAOGEMAN War Department to enlist a. number saying that if the people had a say of white men for Infantry,. Cavalry in his appointment there would not FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ind Artillery services in the Philip have been a dissenting voice. pines, i'hese men will be sent to Mr. J. Fleece Robinson, Jr., who- - was ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM at once to connect with was made as heretofore ship sailing the latter part of .Steam and Mr. R. T. Embry ad sist cashier, BALMING a SPECIALTY. this month. Now is the chance for later destroyed by fire. While the vanced from assistant to you to make a trip around the world.. present handsome quarters were being Both these gentlemen have been faith rills opportunity will only last a few constructed the bank transacted its ful and efficient, and their promotions Carpets. &c. days and men wanting to join should business where Mr. H. M. Ballou now are justly deserved. apply at the Recruting offices in Lex has his grocery. During the bank's Taken as a w.hole, the new officers ington Ky. or in Ashland Ky. or in existence it has had to pass through complete probably the youngest set Somerset Ky. at once. panicy times, but the careful of officials in the state. Mr. Denny is several management by its cashier enabled it only 34 years of age, and Messrs. RobMcC JOHNSTON, JOHN T. JOHNSTOH Guessing for tne Range. to weather the storms, and it has nev inson and Embry are his juniors by As had been advertised in the Rec JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON er failed to declare a dividend, a mat ord, the big cooking range at Joseph's ter which few banks of its age can several years. was given away Tuesday. An imThe Rest on the market. mense gourd had been placed in the boast of. Civil Engineers ant Snrreyori, Hoosier Corn Planters, Brown CulMr. Kinnaird tendered his resigna show window, and every purchaser to given a guess at tion by reason of his age, and the fur- tivators, Johnston Roller, Barring Disc the amount of LANCASTER, KY. the number of seed in the gourd. Tues- ther fact that he has so much private Harrows, Deering JBinders and MowG. S. Gaines. business in his hands to look after. ers. day Mr. Joseph selected G. Bright so.T.Hays, J.E.Robixsoh J.I.Hamilton. Swinebroad, Capt. Mike Salter and J. He is guardian for a number of parWheat Wheat Wheat. Raymond Haselden to count the seed. ties, county treasurer, trustee and Hays, Hamilton & BoMesod, We are in the market for 100,000 The gourd was opened and found to committee in a number of cases, all of contain 673 seed. No one had guessed which require much attention. He bushels of wheat, and will pay top the number, but Sig Perin named 672 has certainly earned a rest, and all be prices for it, cash on delivery. Call Attorneys and Counselers at Law and Mrs Harris 674, and the range was lieve that his laying aside of the cash- and see us before Selling. LANCASTER, KY. II. A. B. Marksuury & Son. given to them jointly. It was inter ier's worry and work will add many esting to see the guesses. They rang ed all the way from 8 to 10,000 and one fellow guessed that it contained none at all. The plan was a perfectly fair and just one, and has been a big ad for Mr. Joseph. assswLLLLissflS nji J.R.HASELM. book-keepe- r, book-keepe- r. Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. s' Court House, at Lancaster, on Mon day, July 24, continuing five days, with Prof. J. H. Patterson, of Lancaster Graded School as conductor. On Tuesday evening (the 2oth) an enter tainment entitled "The Heart of Cuba," will be given, conducted by Prof. H. K. Taylor, principal of Louisville Training School. He will be assisted by Sepor Jose Andonegui, a violinist of wide reputation. The Colored Teachers' Institute will convene at the Court House, July 17, and continue five days, to be conducted by Prof. C. C. Monroe, of Ow- ensboro. On Tuesday evening, (the 18th), Prof. Sneed's band will give an Teachers' Institute. The Garrard County Institute for white teachers will .be held in the Now is the Harvest-tim- e for Bargain Buyers. Fifty pairs MEN'S SAMPLE SHOES to close out at $1.75, in Blacks and Tans. These shoes range in prices from $3.00 to $5.00. We have them in sizes 6, 6 and 7. We have" a lot of LADIES' SHOES at 50c, 75c, and $1.00, in sizes 1 to 3. 1-- 2, entertainment. All teachers falling to attend the institute will forfeit their certificates. Both Institutes will be held in the Court House. A Straw Hats at Cost, Crash Hats at Cost. our CRASH SUITS at $2.50, $3.00, and $3.50 ALL "WOOL Crash Suits at $7.50. A lot of Soft Bosom Monarch Shirts to close at 75cts, worth $1 and 1.25. See Elisa J. Lusk, Sup't. Popular ITIrh. Notwithstanding the fact that Hon. John W. Yerkeshas stated positively that he would not make the race for governor, there Is an inclination a-mong republicans all over the state tf try 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 republicans met at Lexington the other day 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 party who might be given the nomination for Governor who is strong enough to de feat tne Kenton statesman, and that man is the Hon. John Yerkes, "of it is hinted that the con ference Friday night was for the pu pose or coming to some agreement whereby the other candidates, or the strongest of them, would withdraw ana auow rentes to do nominated with the bone of saving the party this fall. Mr. Yerkes has been prominently mentioned for the office, but he has made no .fight or canvass for the noml nation, but it is said that he would not be averse to accepting it if it were ten d ired to him. Some say he would rut Accept it. The iWpubl loan party has bad a taste of State rule and are very anxious to continue In office, and they think that if a strong man is put up Goebel will be defeated., Their only salvation seems to be in Yerkes, and It would m t be surprising to see. him the nxHsOaee of tbe party.!' Beautiful Line of Colored Shirts at 50c. Come and look at our NEW STYLE HATS just All the new things in UNDER WEAR and received. Handsome line of NECKWEAR. Price HOSIERY. lower than ever before. Logan & Robinson. r is our desire to I have as few goods as possible to move, so 7 It n Slfaii Pf iWll If PC 1 J6" CtP " Our method of g J fk m I a 0& a k m 1 B ipil P5 iWw'j..Lgv LCtff FttiO&& will irut Money m your i A Ob October 1st w& will remove to the im W BlOuJi. will be In k Bicjydd this Removal Sale Ladies Heady j&ide I)rss yiiirts and "Waists. built on the old Opera House s.auars, adjoining the this building? for us dy Ootober let. Bc-lo-? Ha- - C'jL,l g'wlJ 5 Ui.i benonts of ;ms great we aro determined, if possible, to close out cur omiro stock before C closer 1st. How, in order to do this, we To avoid moving Spring1 and Summer stop at Oost. but in many instances will go Wo will not Cost, so in this Item oval Sale you know wo will have to make Very Low Prices. Gome early before the good things are racked up. some Real Bargains. may expect to get likocs ami riIii)i!C". One lot of Infant Shoes in broken sizes . will dose at 1S-'- ' Dry Ctond. JLtlWiC lil..Ktvi-- . . 2e. Lir.cn Skirts worth ";0c :it AEc. Linen Skirfs worth T.lc nt worth 1.03 and 1.25. . .75c. Linen Skirts "While Pifue Skirts wcrth 2.00 at. I.2" 1.03 : i ts worth LCO at Woolen Woolen Skirts worth 2.30 at 2.50. Woolen Skirls worth 3.50 at Percale Shirt Waists worth 50c at.25c. Pcrcato Shirt Waists worth 1.00, and 1.25 One lot of :Iisse3 Spring Heel Shoes in broken sizes at about half value. One special lot Ladies Slippers worth 1.25 at "5c. One lot Ladies line Slippers and worth 2.00, 2.25, and 2.50, will go $1AQ. in this sale at One lot Ladies Xid Shoes, will close nSC. One lot of All YTool Dress Goods Varied' of colors an 1 pit terns w.jrbh 23c per 3'd, will go in this sale at. .15c. One lot of plain and fancy Dress Goods worth 15 and 20j Under-pric- e 10c. Sale One lot of wool Dross Libries worth 25c. 50s will close at One lot line Imported Dress Goods worth 1.00 per yd will be slaughtered Eed Table D;rnask worth 30c at. .20c. White Table D.itnask worth lit at. 23c li'ine Wliite Satin Damask worth (0, 75, 1.00 and 1.23 will go in this sale at 42, 50, 03, 71 and S7c. Wash Ooo;3f. Lawns worth 5c at 3c. Lawns worth Sic at f 7c. Lawns worth 10 and 12c at Lawns worth 15 and 20c at 10c. Fine Imported Organdy worth 25 15c. and 30c at In fact our entire "Wash Goods Stock will be sacrificed in this removal sale. at 50c. at 'r,c. Ulack and Colored Silk Waists will go Petticoats at a'j about half value. One lot Ladies Kid Shoes will close Fine all wool Gerninn Dyed DUck Henrietta will also be sold during this at 63c. great rjrains. Gar yets anil 3Iattir.;s in our Under 25c. "Will also be included Price Sale. 50e at Eii?;S woitii ;0 at Rults wort h 1.00 at ltui worth 33. One lot Ladies Kid Shoes worth 1.50 "5c. will close at Broken lots and sizes in Ladies fine Shoos at about half price." One lot 75c. Slen's Shoes worth 1.25 at low prices on liner gra:b Also special Mens and Boys Shoe?. under price sale for much less than value. Hosiery. One special lot of Misses and Children 5c. llibbed Hose worth 10c at And many other items we can not mention for the want of space. Doylies av.il Napkins. Complete line which we will sell at low prices. Tusrols. Towels Towels Towels Towel Towels worth 5c at worth 10c at woalh 15c at worth 25cfc worth 35 and Sc. 5c. ICe. 17R-- . 25j per yd will go at 48-Sill: worth 75s at Silk worth 1.03 at 75c. Silks wortli 1.25 at Some hund"-;omblack ilroeade Silk 33c. Skirt patterns worth 75c at Very line black Brocade Silk Skirt patterns worth 1.00 and 1.25 will go 75e per 3'd. at "White Goods and Notions, r.ig Drives in Embroideries, Laces, White Quilts, Lace Curtains, Piques, India Linens, Skirting Duck?, Swiss Handkerchief, Veiling, llibbons, Fani, Belts, iNeck Wear, Corsets, Ladies Muslin Underwear. . Belt-ihukie- Silk Shirt Waist patterns woilh 50-- ; Clothing and Furnishing Goods Boys Knee Pants at 15, 21, 35 an 1 50s worth double the money. Boys Knee Suits at 75, 1.15, 1..J 5 and considerably more money. 1.5-3- , worth Dig Ttilsirs. in Men's Suits at 2.53, 3.00, 1.00, 5.00 and 7.50. Large variety Men's Pants at Low Prices. Sec our Men's Shirts at 15, 20, 25, 33 and 50c Our line of Men's ami Boys Hats will also be sold at Low Prices. Cirr-tiin- s, Oar Vrc snkun lierelor.u-e- . Ticl-ret- s nill he lionseao.d Lnscii Crash. Towel crash worth 5c at Towel crash worth 8ic at awi-opiii- - 40 at 25c. 3c. oc. given during this sa!r, same as After Oct. 1, the Logan Dry Goods n Co,, xiiH Uj iooateel in r hdw imnamg, near i&x,mu mm, uooa vaues paoas aro always imoresuag to &m unyars. m ( as vcsa s? a is Ar,t: .4 ii Vl t, 6 6 3 rnwrn CENTRAL R'CCORrD EVERY WEEK BV LOUIS LANDRAit, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. i'ou have but one life to live and it is brief at host. Take a lit tie pleasure and comfort as you go day by day, and try to do a little good. A morbio, Insatiate desire to possess the earth, to in sight, is at the grab even-thinfoundation of more misery than almost any one thing.' ; YJM.B, IN ADVASCB. SOKE MONTHS. " " O. " ..T1.0C T1IUJRSDA.Y, July- - - lSf0 Tins settles it. Teddy Roosevelt Ins d;clared for McKinley politician is now in Tna gcoJs-bohis glory. His joy will continue for the nest live months. x I? all the "raging stumps" could be g.uobed up, the reople would escape a great flow of natural gas this fall. , T js drouth is hurting growing vq s "etitioa, but the crop of politicians dos not seem to be cioss-roact- TnE state campaign will furnish golden opportunities formany little "orators' to mount the raging stump and tell what they don't know. d TIic Louisville Times Kiys of jMcKee Duncan, brother-in-laiGov. Bradlej', may be given the for Attorney nomination General in ordr to promote barmoni.. w Judge -- house sent us a ' A liEADY-vnixpage of bills of fare for every nual the week. If the enterprising jlirm will send information as to how the "raw material" may be obtained 'wc will not need their instructions as to what particular time it shall be T du-jri- R. Lee Davis has retired from th Richmond Register and the paper is now edited and controlled by S. F. ' Rock. We are sorry Mr. Davis has re- tired, bi t hope he will soon be back ' in newspaper harness. He is a young : man of great ability and his writings will be greatly missed by his brother quill-pushe- rs " Ax exchange truly says: "If you have a good home and are out of debt, doa't.fret'and worry youlife;intg the grave for the sake of making money. of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. Jy same category, and one can no moie It caused" horible Ulcers that no treatesg The middle of the yenr Y- - tzot is SS consistently condemn dancing thani.e ment helped for 2 ) years. Then Buck-len- 's Arnica Salve cured him Cure; can condemn money, or music or the is past and settling time Cuts, Bruise;, Burns, Boils, Felons, drama. Corns, Skin' Eruptions, Best Pile cure is at hand. us will .support on earth. 25c a box. Cure guaranteed. The Courier-Journa- l This is n )w the mojt Gallery in Central Ky., having ' Indicatit-nare that Kentucky will the ticket nominated at Louisville Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. been recently equipped with felfssiay fall last week Here's what 3.1 have the hottest campaign this To haul out all the barnyard manure t, tbe kir old state ever e::neri- - i "In order to suppress all idle con- and litter about the buildings now is Marvslo-u- s icture. a eneeu. ine uemoci.u-- n.a e a Courier-Journa- l accepts thesoit iu- - one precaution against the fleas later due me and must insist A The new discovery in optical science. I wish tosav to the Ladies . cud ticket anu me republicans win pediment of the ticket, hide, horn.;, on in the season. ' that great care in selecting their Uoebel and all and, since the victory take that my friends call in W. J. Miller, Carl in City, is one of "ion it, precisely like the All the candidate;. H standard bearers. victory lorcod upon the United Stat ;s the kings of Shorthorn cattle breeder... and settle will, or course, uiafcean actnc caimu,,' lhW;ir with Spain it will shine as his recent sale wiil testify loo. lie Just received a Large Stock of the Verv Latest designs in Mould- and every available speaker will be: j,.,ne of the responsibilities. Yv'e will now prepare to import some extra Sena-phe- " -. diet lint the ticket headed, by into service. The "dear pcoIS UK i...v.ijviii ii,va sum in l:ik :uwiiuy oeiore, nave to uesoen to uaf good ones. Statefore V 0- n!l"iV'!.-- toll will have little rc,t from now un- - Jjr Ggoel, f ..lv.iv,..iwi . oua,iu:u lur iraming ironi tno simpieit l'liotograph to- For Sore?, Ulcers, Burns, Gall.-;-, Pile?, . ine niihi J'aintings, among the lot is the New French . til the close of the pollj. m Mwv of Kentuc ky. It will i eun te 'TLEUR-DILI- S Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures. the pirty in the State and will oj en nothing so good as Banner Salve, the Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require Gbv. Buabt."Y was imposed upen ! to the democrats of the nation a pios- - most healing medicine in the world. FIRE and LIFE hope C. C. & J. E. Stormes. by some unknown fakir when he is Pct Jinu us. not' hitherto conceiveii 25c. X a,dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices! by any ol vo risk nettlWe will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. sued orders Saturday afternoon, hold- ing in "predicting that before the day The eggs used in the incubator ing several oinpanies of the Stale or election tins Goebel ticket will not should come from a vigorous Hock and SPEI:GFISLD Guard in readiness for quick transpo:-tntio- n need the machinery or the Goebel law: should not be allowed to get chilled. that to Slauchester, in Clay county. most the head of the ticket will b.:the Eggs for this purpose should be gathpopular candidate the democratFIEE AllH MA HIS E The orders were issued after the Gov- ic party has put in the iield for .over-no- r ered several times a day and kept in a siii e the war of secession; and warm place until the required number ernor had received a telephone mes1NSUR A XCE CO MP A N Y. sage purporting to be from a reliable that, surely elected governor, he will is obtained. governor. All hail, King State otiicial, who said serious trouble make a gnyit hope, not merely or t.ie Those who live on farms are liab'c EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO uoebel, the .? n was threatened and that a large, de- reunited democracy of the State, hut to many accidental cuts, burns, and OF NFAY YOCK. tail of soldiers was necessary to pre- of t lie young, the free, the noble man- brui:-es- , which heal rapidly when BAL i 108 vent bloodshed. The trick was dis hood of Kentucky." LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is Robinson Hfilprv -j covered and the orders at once revckpromptly applied. Price 25 and 50 cts. Mltiioti GlvBiiAwar. ed. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. OfScc ovei Tost OiUce. OJP It is certainly gratifying to the publ'c 1m Iasca.tkk, : : : Kentucky The people will bs A id .16 know to'khow of one concern in the land The recent public sales of Shorthorn that President McKinley has at last who are not afraid to be geuerous to cattle held in Ohio, Indiana and Illiconcluded to recruit enough men t the needy ana simormg.. xue promi nois, shows to us conchHivelv that the OJIGANIZSU i&.3. send to' t,he"Phili)pmas and either sors of Dr. King's New IVseovery for red, wiute and roanstiil liolds its place e whip the unruly natives or kill them Consumption, Ccuglt an'd.Colds, have 1 " n lAflQNAL ""I IV ouL The war in the Philippines h:r ;ivcn away over ten mij lion trial hot J 0? LiKOABTr.lt. JY. . ties of this great medicin; and ha Vi already cost IheUnited Statej 333,000-00To eradicate worms from the system ( of knowing it has hIbo- - gjvi the child plain, nourishing and GO! men, besides .0,500 soldiers tus ftxd Capital i wounded. It is declared Unit thear- - lutly cured thousands of hopeless cases, and WHITE'S CUE AM.. YEtlMl $50,000 my is costing Uncle Sam 280,000 dai Aithma, Bronchitis Hoarsness and all PUGE. Tlie result v ill be, the Surylu-10,( S Jy, not including the naval expenses disease of the Throat, Chjst id Lungs worms will disappear and the ckild jLwliiilwiiii which are S10XC0 daily, ltsclear thai ae sure cure:! by it. Cill on R. E become healthy and cheerful. Price ItltfWISKSS SOI.ICITKD. heathens will have to McRoberts Druggist, and get a fro 25 cts. T iYT ?h"!pnc? the Best spring medicine, B C. C. & J. E. Stormes, i itf l i ltvO Jt makes the wcak sttong be stamped out, and there is no need trial bottle. Regular size oO.c and $r. A pound of mutton can bo produced very bottler guaranteed or price re delaying the matter, "We sell and recommend it. for less thin a pound of beef, and it .It. II OOISSOTHA5J.... funded.-- ; Presiden can be made ready for market in a Lxvi- - Y. I.catku. . Bisnor SEYMQUii expresses his Opin1 In answer to an infiutryan.excliangc year, while, a calf must bs kej t twice 3. Y. IIcnso.N.... ion on 'dancing infthe .following Casblei b "Dancing is not inherently says: it wiiurequirc the. use ot two or thrice as long bpforp it reaches its VT. O. RrQNRTT Assistant Casb'i C. D. Waleex evil any more than money is, or the rams for 100 ewes. One ram to 40 or maturity. Bookkeeper ? ImperfeH digestion andassimila ; ni drama is, or music is. It may be, anc .30 ewes TIMETABLES. NOTICE. TlioreS No Question AbaSt ii. DIKECTOE3: p oduce. disordered conditions of t e often is, abused.. There arc lasjlvloup IC. C. Sriiuoh. No quejtion indeed with those who system, which 'grow and arc confirmed. (.M.HiGQiNnoTHii, Lewis Y.Lxatiu, dances and there are occasions when All parties having claims against the estate one ought not to dance. So precisely have used it; but that Foley's Kidney byiieglccV nERBINE giyes tone, to 1.3. JonNsos, T.'A.Axfold, SHxtd, passes Lancaster 11:10 a .11 of Isaac Montsomer1--. Sr.. deceased, will filo . them, proven according to law, with me or mr : are there lewd songs and impropei Cure is absolutely reliablc.for all .Kid- 'the stomach, and causes good diges- - 3.6. Arnold, Jr. . B. Fr Hubsox. Mixed, " 3S55P. attorney, W.I. Williams, ou or beforo July 15, "tion I'riceou cts. plays,4inavilc.pur.pp3es to which mon- ney and Bladder diseases. i LIZ. GIBBS,' J. J. WilXU . Pass'gr J 2:5Ji.M 1899. J.B.BOUKNE, Adm'r ' ...8(p.Q3C.;&J;fE.-Stormes- . " Cannes. C. C..& J. 1 ey is putbut these arerTotgienfe1 Jacob Y. BoBiEaox.. 1223 A . . olljjacitjatijjvj.:. against the legitimate use of mo.iey or the drama, or music. So prec.sely with dancing: it comes under the J'ed Hot Trom tli-- iisi. Stead-na- Vas the ball that hit G. B. PHoase mmm si p y' n tt " St? ihp i,h-,- a Th.? .n.slimata Lenses f-- wiilsthe Sallie Tlllett ! IISPiE f See our Paine's iilsniiKoHigts mmm Compound 0 ZS""" HlrHS ; i Ml w sari nov Put! NSW DESIGNS Strength. half-witt- jstOimlity. r llan-guag- R0 fc Si oath-b'u- a orth-b'n- d . .Vortli-b'n- d cuth-b'a- V- . li Vt'ftt t JC Jv.fcVW-."- - iiiT t l ' y.li 1 IxiLi TilUliSDAY ll ItlliUU C, r,J. 12 I July - IS.J9 antl Nannie Gaines: Misses Tuiley, of Blehmondt Fogff of Lexington, Long, 'of Georgetown, and Pennington, of Ut. Sterling. PIPS & pP 8 Sends his Hot But we can help you m I OF If you liavG not supplied yoursolf weight Clothing, come to xls. H m vrith. Light"Wo will elp w Out of ii M t-- PLACE 3 1 To the you should rri t hzd T Fact our Line of Un- derwear is lie- a.1 Qur Shoe are beauties aj are: a m TfrHZ SfeWe can - IH gtu JUL ror your Summer ViSlt S Dress the Fax Man so to keep him Cool and Happy 1 1 A Point line of To see our Handsome 19L 3ave a complete stock of .the celebrated John B. Stetson hats the "best in Hats. "We world. We study to Please our Patrons, and give you the Best "Values' east Money. HP DANVILLE, KY. Rev. Massie returned Yfednesday and will fill his pulpit Sunday at the usual hours. Dr. Goldstein, the famous optician, ALL DI8ARE THE MOST FATAL was here this week and arranged for Col. "V. S. Ferguson has returned to 1 regular visit to our city. See his ad elsewhere in The Riscokd. Covington. Mr Jim Stephens, of Livingston, Jolm M. Logan is in Louisville on a was here this weeic visiting his sisbusiness trip. Is a guaranteed remedy for all KIDNEY and rIL ters, Mesdames James Pumphrcy and IK BLADDER Diseases. Miss Allie Arnold is visiting friends Marshall Eason. Jim lived here ma at Bryantsville. ny years ago, and, like all others, still Miss Mary Arnold is visiting rela cherishes a warm love for the old itives in Kicholasville. town. Coleman Lee, of Louisville, is visit-- g The Lexington Herald prints this friends in this city. bit of news, interesting to the young Ulan or Good Taste. ing flowers and the sighing winds, but Mr. Goodloe. of Faris, was Miss Jen- - man's many Lancaster friends: "Mr. n A. C. Frank, here, where ie Lackey's guest Sunday. The editor of the Larue county ner- - what are they worth compared with a he attended Kentucky University,and ild is surely a man of line sense, good circus? One "oompa, oompa" of tl.e Miss Lottie Bettishas returned from a member of the Kappa Sigma Fratertaste, and knows what he is talking brass band will make a crowd tramp visit to relatives in Danville. nity, will be married next mouth to about. Listen to him: "The circuses down more grass than can grow in a Thurmond Anderson is nursing a Miss Marietta Brown, of Dallas, Tex- have given Larue county the cold- - summer, one chance to observe an very sore foot, caused from a solder's shoulder for several years and the elephant roll a barrel around a sawMr. Frank is now located at Ani- !tc. folks are getting desperate. The Her dust ring is sweeter than bloomirp; arilla, Texas." ald says: "We see no special blessing Ilowers ever attempted to be, and one Mr. Grissell, of Ashland, has been, Stanford Journal. "The fact that to be derived from living in a town fleeting glimpse of the bespangled Miss Alice Hudson's guest for a few Jesse M. Alverson, or Stanford, was that never has a circus. Some of our show girls as they gyrate around the ;iys. put on the Committee on Permanent friends are just dying to run up ring on the bare back of a spotted Mr. Faulconcr, of Danville, has been Organization by acclamation, when all against the shell game again. They horse would make the sighing winds isiting his brother, Rev. II. N. Faul the other places were hotly contested, are getting too rich. It is all right to moan for remembrance. Wc want a shows how high the splendid young concr. gra ss, the bloom circus!" Mrs. A. J. Thompson and daughter, talk about the green Democrat and indefatigable party- Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Batson have worker stands in the estimation of Miss Ella, was visiting Mrs. Mason gone to Tatum Springs for the latter's the leaders of the district. It is rare Iloltzclaw one day last week. health. that such an honor goes to one so J. B. Hut ch ins tells us he will com Judge II.T.Tf oel, of Knoxville, Tenn. young or so deserving." mence teaching at Lawsons School has been visiting relatives in this vihouse the second Monday in this Mrs. Clare Witwer and son, Charles cinity. month, Fox, arrived Friday from their home Miss Eliza Smith is visiting rcla- - in Texas, to visit Lancaster relatives. Mrs. Ora G. Nayl or will start to :ves in Lexington and attending Capt. W'hite, the young man's great Illinois to visit relatives the 13th of Chautauqua. grandfather, says the young Texan this month to be gone, about two Circuit Clerk Wm. Hamilton, of carries a bowie and scalping knife, months. Lancaster, spent Sunday in Nicholas wears spurrs and can give the Coman Mr. Thomas Barns has moved into che yell with all ease. Miss Johnetta the store house on Mrs. Paynes, and ille. Journal. Armstrong, of Dallas, is also here,and will work at his trade of post and Mrs. S. P. Grant and daughter, Miss the party's visit is being much enjoy railing at this place for some time. Eva, of Danville, have been visiting ed by many Lancaster friends and ad relatives here. mircrs. Miss Bruce Pumphrcy left this It's the editor's intention to leave morning to visit her sister Mrs. Jor Monday night for the Kentucky Press dan at "Wilmore. meeting at Henderson. The editors Miss Mary Bcid Woolridge is spend-- g will take a trip to the lakes, but the a few days with Miss Lizzie Simp Record's man is unable to go on the Nature's most natural remedy, improved by t when her son at Marksbury. jaunt. Judge M. D. Hughes will have science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positlvo little ones Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces Mr. Will Beazley, of Crab Orchard, charge of the otlice during our absence, are born. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. they will lias accepted a position in John E, and all having troubles (either past, Lungs are exhilabe vigor, The sore, weary cough-worpresent or future), will please bring Stormes' Drug store. mucus is cut out ; tha ous an J rated ; the them in while he is at the helm. healthy. Judge Iir D Hughes will finish his cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed Her hopes membranes are healed and soothed so that ther Maccabee work in Danville, Saturday, will be fully realized if she will is no inclination to ccugh. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE md return home. prepare bersrlf during T,reg''ancy not only effectually expels worms, but SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS the with MOTHER'S FRIEND, Master Willie Pumphrey is the is unequaled as a tonic, and is a certain external liniment Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 SIzaa juest of his sister Mrs. Ilattie Tanker and permanent cure for Chills and which so many women use. It not RE SURE YOU GET ley, of Silver Creek. only paves the way for easy deFever in children. Price 25 cts. any remedy cquai to Dr. ftU'a mm HJUaAW UiMA livery, but insures strength and Honey. It rtvi-- quirk and permanent rriu Kgg J in5a3C!a71w7IwW lif- - n.2iT C. C. & J. E. Stormes, II. M. Ballou. wife and daughter, vigor to the la grip as well as conaha and colds. Itrua'tca MeUUIsw Sold by Brwrirfsts for 91 n hottlo. 'attcline, have returned from a visit weak nnra otroaj. Sirs. AI. A. 6ral fut en fro Ulujtn'fl tck ttmil 5!OII!!l'S rRIIXD. Pcdscsb. Ky. Fair at Danville. to Stanford relatives. The Advocate says unless some un Mrs. Hugh Hays, of Stanford, has circumstance arises, there :en visiting her sister, Mrs. Walter lorsecn will be a three day, fair By Special Request Dr. G. Golslein Bjazley, Danville avenue. in Danville is will Remain in Lancaster, Ky., fall. Mrs. R. C. Warren, son Ashbv, and proposed to hold the exhibition about daughter, of Stan ford, have been the third week in August and to give little O-OOX- D at t!i 3 Hamilton House, a few -visiting Miss Jennie Duncan. ood premiums in every department. Mr. W. Shugars and daughter, .Miss There will be no trotting races. Days Only. Lillic, have returned home from Is your liver tired? Does it fail to do visit to relatives in McKinncy. its duly? If so, don't neglect its call help. A few doses of HERBINE ,ir. ana Mrs. J . jsmury gave a for IILR-BINlining Wednesday in lionor of Mr. J may save you a spell of sickness. RD2LD-W&GL1- N is the only pel feet liver medi W. 1'oor and bride, of this city. cine. It cures Chills and Fever. Price Mr. John Baughman and wife, 0 30 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Danville, have been the guests 0 OR Messrs Alex and Branuon Beazley. Int.u :rIoi!H 10,111; Men. Judging from the racket on the PubMisses Francis and Burnside, of Paint Lick, have been visiting Misses lic Square Saturday night, the boy.s must have had enough booze to float a L$ertua and Mary Burnside. baat. Hades was lifted high into the Mr. and Mrs. George Lusk left Mon elements, and the life of those living day fur Camp Nelson, where the for near the square was made miserable. i mer went on duty as U. S. storekeep A drummer, who had been kept awake er. nearly all night, asked next morning such Dr. James Letcher, of Henderson why the Tublic Square was not placed It is my specialty to fit glasses iu perfi eyestrain ;pcnt several days here last week, and in the town limits, so the officers could raiiiuor that they relieve the A tly, fitting the eye with spectacles that youca .vas accompanied home by his wife Slave control over it. ee with ease and comfort, thus preserving tli '1 ;nd son, Oscar. eye. In exainiulng the eye ouly the latest au FoMtofUcc Ruling. 2 most improved methods and instruments urt. London Kentuckian: Mr. Ernest The Postofllce Department Wash used. X Brown, of Lancaster, stunned over in ington has ruled that the writer has a Physicians especially are invited to call and London for a few days on his way to right to regain possession of a letter Investigate my m lliods of correcting error of refraction. Many cases of headache, neurit Kockcastle Springs. providing he can prove to the satisfac ia, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, vert I Mrs. Edna Wilmore, of Nicholas- tion of the postmaster of the office o. nervuusnrostratio.i and the steraing su ville, .and Mr. James Adams, of Fort from which it was sent that he wa: pldityof chi dr.n are of.eu us to daf cti. CAN SELL YOU by an abnormal curvature of tli .islou Worth, Texas, have been visiting W the writer of it. Evan if a letter ha . cornea caused or crystaliue lens or to an irregular.t arrived at its destination and before of the refracting media of the eye, and are n. A. Arnold and family. v4 has been delivered to the person to lieved at once upon the application the propel .Misses Norma Stone, Ethel West it was addressed it may be re lasses. Ninety per cent of the people ovei Siella and Minnie Broaddus and Bes whom it called by a telegram through the mail 10 years of age need glasses and 50 per cent iie Gulley, of McCreary, spent Friday she 90 need them for distance. ing otlice. The reason assigned is that Glasses are not always given to Improv and Saturday with Mrs. Wm. Lear. United States is only the agent of eyesight, but to relieve undue strains; to ab the Several of the society boys and girls the writer of the letter while the let istui'ura. Thousands of eyes are ruine. intended the opening ball at Crab Or ter is in transit. The decision is im yearly. Seven persons out ten have neithe. chard Springs Friday. Quite a crowd portant to business men and to private oyes alike and one ct t of twenty astigmatism .t nee tho necessity of testing each eye tepar. iiLiuuuea, anu uie evening was very individuals. Press and Printer. itely. Spec al attention it given to any iue jnj03'able. quality thi.t may exist between the refractioi Would Have Cost Ilini His Life. f the eye. Mrs Mary Woolfolk and daughter. I have been using Foley's Kidney Optical science has made many rapid advau MrsWM Gulley, of Lexington, and Cure and take great pleasure in stat ics within the last few years. The correc Miss Bertha Hendron, of Nichola: ing it gave me permanent cure of kid idaptloa of fpectacies has become a distini ville, are visiting the family of JB my disease which certainly would have profession. The optician who thor. ughl .iiiderstauds his business, realizes fu ly tha cost me my life. I recoinmcd it to am n adjusting glasses for his patients he '1 Bourne, in Lower Garrard. .eitiig w th a most delicate and prcclou Mhses Brs-.iand Jennie Burnside one afllictod with kidney trouble. O'rf.m where the slightest error may resn Oscar Bowman Lebanon, Ky, ire enterrtaining the following ladies seriously, while if he does his work well, h C. C. Ss J. E.' Stormes. Lhis week: Misses Lucia McAfee, of a it ouly glvos co.nfors and ease to hi- patten bit iu many instances restores the slguc. Lebanon, Pearl Burnside, of Stanford Obituary. Special care shou'd oe taken in selecting th ;nd Mary Welch,- - of Nicholasvlile. Dath visited the homo of Mr. Wm. irt pa r of speoticles, nor snouldit beatteir. Misses Altie and Bessie Marksburv Marshbanks June 22, and claimed his pted without the aid of a responsible optica important that lenses siiouia 'oave next week" to visit Miss Both: dear wife, who was the nearest and It Is most centered and the the best quality of iccurately dearest to him. Her maiden name aud t it fr imes so mudu that the wearer loik Jigolow, at Trenton. Tenn. They vill rctiwn via "Nashville, spending a was Lula Todd. She was a kind and directly throagu tho center. Ulasses uicel devoted wife. She leaving a kind and flt.ed to ihe fice become au ornament as wel veok or so with fi lends in that city. loving husband and many friends to .s a necessity. ; Stanford Journal: Miss Mary Walk mourn her loss. She joined the Methrr, of Garrard, is with Mrs. J. ( odist church at Lancaster about five Tays II. Rowan Saufloy, of this years ago and has lived a Christian life nice, is an honorary of ever since. We cannot tell why she he Hustonvillc fail, which begins was taken away from us, but the Lord 7y f uly 2G and lasts three dayr. knows best, and we know not when He Miss Fir rence Burnside of Point L a is coming to gatli r up Eis jewels. h;is joined dear ones Above and veil, will.entertain following guests at. She Gall and see this Celebrated "Wagon wita ..ecioles a specla'ty she would join Fl tinge a house-partMisses Lizz'e Hudfon. told those left behind a m , to uot isjlect our ch.Urea's j hands with them in Heaven. She Alice Walker, Do.cas Leave!1, Mary Difficult cases eo icited. loving ; Burnside of Lancaster and Dorcas leaves a husband, one child, a regard to the eyes cheerAll questions mother, sister and three brothers, to fully answe ed. In of Richmond.. Francis, mourn her loss. Their many friends folly Warranted and Excels U otKi:g. Consultation and Examination Free. Thp, following young ladies form.a have great sympathy for them. ThQ Office hoar from 10 a. a. to 3 p. hi. at the louse party, being entertained from remains- were laid to rest at Paint Hamilton Bobs, Lancaster Ky., Monday, v. Jlyl7.M88. the 6th to'12th, by Misses Jidla Mae Licfc PE'HSOflLi. well-know- Millard Baior sold to J. C. Fox G hogs for 3c. rate Parish bought 2 bogs from Perry White for UJc. Elmore & Gooch sold 30 hogs to Lawson & Fox for ."i. G. A. Siler bought a nice heifer from Millard Baler for S15.G0. Birghannan is delivering his corn to Baughman & Co. for $1.(53 per barrel. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummins spent Sunday with Rev. W. T. B. Whites family. James Rogers bought a wo k horse from Richard Robinson the other day for $35.00. 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. narber of Texas, is here visiting lur sister Mrs J. n. Thompson. Mr. John Coram fell from a wheat stack and sprained his rist which has been giving him much pain. OF - n) I iy FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE K Jll STORMED DRUG STORE DR. BELL'S e-Tar-H- oney n microbe-bearin- g widely-know- n flfiw 1'iue-lcr1 new-bor- this It Somthing Everybody Wants c. BUGGY, SURREY, i. E ANY KIND OF VEHICLE Cheeper than Any Place in Central Ky. Also Best Rubber Tires Manufactured W. J. ROMANS. LILLARD fc STOUT, DANVILLE, KY. Paint Wall Tintings Cheaparthan any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced at -- Or.- - It S. GhXIbTIES' - All Kinds Farm Machinery AlwijfionH&icl are now stacking It. They report, in REPORT OF THE CONDITION most instances, a very iignt crops. OF THE Mr. Wm. Hiirginbotham has .lost L. M. Crutclifitjd sold to A. D. Pord several nice calves within the last few Jays from some unknown disease. a nice bcifer calf at $15. Mr. Myers, formerly of Paint Lick, agents were plentiDrummers and to a point has moved his ful in our village last week. ibout two miles south from Wallacc-t- o OF LANCASTER. KY.i.AT Mrs. Peachie Grow had a severe fall last Wednesday, but she is better now. Mips Pattie Todd has been employ- CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE,30, 1899 Walloccton, Mrs. Mollic East wl.o has been con ed to teach the school in as the new RESOURCES. tad will begin as soon fined to her room is able to be oit muse is ready for use. E. W. Bakei 2 again, refills awl discountsmid unseenrod.. $107,0..3 "! ag in. will teach at Baker Scholl-hous- e TM! )verlrafts, secured a'l.CXK) 00 this making his 1G terms in the same U. S Hoiuls to secure circulation Mrs. Mollic Fain is having her house Kstrict. 2.000 00 Premiums on U. 8. Honds 1!X) 00 Stocks, securities, etc Ted. Mr. Mike Ray, of Buckeye, s,iuu w foi Mr. Sam Conn, who started rem estate nuu iiiongnKes is doing the work. Jairo, 111., two weeks ago "to hunt Itlierowned 1,250 00 Mrs. Hansford Land and Miss Lena work," got as far as Bowling Green )ue from Nutiomi! Hunks (not Re5.320 "8 serve Agents 10 iid turned back, arriving here just Dennis both had a bad attack of Choi 311 State Banks and Hankers .. at Due from nnurnvi-rinn from era Morbus last week but are some days after leaving here. He is now to Checks and other i cash itemsagents... 21.709 81 IM2 00 .York eve ry day and doesn't have 'iv 00 4010. oi otucr n .tioiiat bunks better at this wril ing. hunt for it either. fractional paper currency, nickles Mr. Oscar "Weaver, of iw oi , aim cents A few days ago a man, more givei $10,421 M) visit d Mr. Wm. Fain and family Ium to profanity than to cheerfully aidinj Specie 1.1 10 00 notes week while there he lost his horse, hi he cause of education, came intc tedemption fund with U. 8. Treas- $11,5GT 50 h rather "on 1.125 00 urer (5 per cent of circulation)... turned it out at night and it seemec towntaxed to help his ear" becausenev. to build our .as $U7.i'J 45 Total perfectly well, but he found itdeac School-housand at once began curt-inLIABILITIES. the next morning. the district, the tchool-hous501,000 00 Capital o.tnandall things common, final!. Surplus stock paid In .000 00 A number of people from here at luna ringing his "oratory" to a clima: luaivided profits, less expenses and iu tended quarterly meeting at Gunn with the very rediculous asserticn 4.10 H taxes paid 22 ,500 00 National Bunk notes outstanding.... Chapel Sunday, and also a number o nat "Wallaceton is nothing bnt udividual deposits subject to check. 113 .011 07 muper town any way." young folks attended preaching at Ml .tammies i iiir-- man muse uuove T2 50 stated, Tax Fund In reply to this one of the crowd Zio:i Jessamine County Saturday nigh" . jist.I'Jj Total.-gciitlema! the entuicu io Sunday and Sunday night. "We cai. ?) bv "olitelyinterrui.thim to come ovei asking Kentucky. Count op not toll what might be the attractioi o Wall iceton some time when rea State of Hudson, Cashier ofvthe Gakkaxw, ss: above named I, B. F. square meal, mnk. do solemnly swear that the above over there. mng y and get one good ''his unexpected invitation did nc belief. is true to the best of mv knowledge aud Mr. George Raney near here sold ti B. Cashier. lotci prove the statement, "A scft Subscribed and sworu F. IlunsoN.me this 5 to before Mose Ray his farm containing 31 acre; nswer t timet h away wrath." but day of Julv,1899. G.8.GAINES, Notary Public. at $700. and Mose Ray also sold hi. proved the best part of the entertai: Correct Attest : farm to John Sparks. Pi ice unknowi . ment. Alex Ginrs. Directors. Lewis Y. Leavell, Mr. Luther Raney sold to J. T BraveMen Fall. J. J. Walk tit, of Bryantsville, a nieeow anc Dunn. Victims to stomach,liver and kidney ca'f for $50.00, and bought of Josepl troubles as well as women, and all fee Simnson, of Buckeye, a cow and call t'ae result in loss of appetite, poisons in REPORT OF THE CONDITION the blood, backache nervousness head at $35. and tired, listess, run down feeling OFTIIE .uisses Celista Simpson, of Buckeye But there's no need to feel like that :md Edna Scott, of Bourne, visitec Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville Ind "Electric Bitters are just the Mrs. Peachie Grow Mcnday N". T. He says: wn, thine Grow entertained a large number ol and for a man when nc is an run a or don't care whether he lives his friends at his home fourth Sun dies. It did more to give me new OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT day Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Lane anc strength and good appetite than any can thing I little daughter, Annie Mariah anc anything could take. I lease now eat CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1899 on life." fr. and Mrs. George Grow and chil Onlv 50 and have a newE. McRoberts cents at R. RESOURCES. dren, of Judson, attended preachingat Drug Store. Every bottle guaran $192.900 8: Loans and discounts Mt Hebron, fourth Sunday and visitec teed. im Overdrafts, secured and uusecured.. . 1.183 4; Mrs. P. B. Grow.... Mrs. Sam Allei 50.000 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation ".:0 0 Stocks, securities, etc and two little sons. "Wilbert and Ehne , furniture and fixtures 11,000 0t of Georgetown and Mrs. Marshal, of Other real estate aua mortguges own7 9.'C Lexington, who have bcea visiting The trustees of the lower division of Dueedfrom N'atioual Bunks inot Re4.017 l'st ict Ko. 31, have purchased a site Dueserve Agents)Banks and bankers.. 3.021 :' Mrs. Lizzie Allen are visiting friend from State w. and relatives in Jessamine, Ill's wee! .or building the 'school house irom Due from approved reserve agents. . . . W.032 8f II Scat, paying 22.50. 55 'hecks and other cash items Misses Jewel and Beatrice SancUrs 2 190 0 Mrs Yanderpool has sold her fowl? Xotes of other National Banks 05 1 paper visited their cousins, Misses Willie anc t3 T B Bourrr. She will leave imme- fractionalStamps currency,uiekels,cts 107 61 ftevenue Jessie Pierce, of Buckeye, last Fridaj diately for Vuiley View. 00 $11,510 Specie 3 f.00 00 notes Martha Dewey, little daughter of I Rev. Xeal, of "Wincheseer, will ti W Thompso-- , was very painfully burn Redemption Fund with U.S. Treas- $15,040 his appointment at Scott's Fork Sat d by turning hot coffee over on hei 2,250 urer (5 of circulation) urday night and Sunday Miss Myi arm. She is some better now. .$".15.143 .V Total. tie MobcKcy has returned from a se we One of our citizens, whom oral days visit w'.t'x relat: e an bought to be fully inspired by thi LIABILITIES. supernatural d v ne iniluen e of God Capital sto?k paid In friends in Lincoln $100,000 0 Relatives anc say, 20,000 0 friends of Mr. "Willie Raney surprisec we are sor.y to jno. o.is running a 'blind Surpluf'Viud onij Undivided profits, less expenses and tig;r at Lock this is not him very much with a nice dinner las uiuring the disposer of the liquors, 2A'3 7 paid Thursday, it being his thi ty thir 1 the neighborhood, it is causing Vatftaxes Bank notes outstanding. . . . 45.C 0 ) O nnal birth day, the day was greatly enjoyei nothers to spend many unhappj Dividends unpaid 3,0i 0 ho irs. and leading the boys of this Individual deposits subject to check. 111.891 8 by all who were present Miss El- - ommunity to ru n. 193 Jertlficd checks da Kaylor and daughter Miss Eranw. The ladies of Hebron church wil $315 113 5 of Judson, visited Mrs. T. L. Sandei Total rive an ice cream supper for the bene Saturday.... Mrs. Septha Onstott i it of the church, at A. D Upton'-- , Stateof Kentucky, County ofGarkakd.ss : baturday night, July 21 I, S. C. Denny Cashier of the above taking music lessons under Miss Alio lear Bo ir. e 2(i for grown folks tamed bank, swear that the ubov Jones an accomplished teacher, of Lex Vdmission, forc?nts rer. Everybody Uatemcut is do solemnlybest of my knowledge true to the child indlSceit S. C. Denny i tgton Several of the young folk invited. Boys we have warned you u ind belief. Cashier. f rum here attended childrens days e time, piepare to I ring your best girls Subscribed and sworn to before me this f R. Kinnaiko. Dunn, of Lock Uo. 8, lef lay of .July 1899. Mr. Tom ercises at New Antioch fourth Sunda; Notary Public. Commission night, and all report a nice time... a f.w days ago, for Ohio,orwee e lie and Correct Attest: expires January 16th 1900. , .Miss Laura Lawrence, that Mattie Sanders srent last week Alex R. Denny. They rrived her married. Jno. E. Stokmes. Directors with her aunt, Mrs. Peachie Grw Lhursday, and will remain at the loci Alex C. Robinson, Messrs T. L. and J. "W. Sandei att d ihis summer. We wish them a long id preacing at Gunns Chapel Saiurda happy and suece:sful life. Bids For "Water. Mr. J D '"Kburn has returned to h't Miss Lou Land has return 'dfroi . Addie .lohnsoi 'ionic in Sealed bids for furnishing w ter to the city a weeks visit.at her sister's Mrs.Salli and two sour , are in this vicinity, pre of Lancaster, Ky., will be received by the City Davis, of Jessamine Mr. and MrsOscar Weaver vis Council of said city until Saturd y Jul serving berries Inscoe, of Jessamine, visited his sister, ited his aunt, Mrs. Ella Scrivener KJ, ISJ9, at 10 o'clock a. m. Water to Landram Buidett ai d be furnished from Dix river, 2 miles distant .ast week O. "W. Mitchell Saturdayand Sun wife, spent Saturday night and Sun The city will contract for fifty hydrants fo day. day with Louis Burdett and familj term of twenty years. The city reserves tl Mrs. Peachie Giow and son, Lee right to reject any The city als( were the guests of Mrs W D Scott reserves the right and all bids. the plant In five to purchase Mis ten, or t.vcnty years, as it sees proper. Speci from Saturday until Monday Jennie Anderson began school at Lo (icati jus on file In Mayor's office, Lancu ter, There is no greater gift to man th; n bust Grove, Monday. Ky. J. C Thompson, music even the lower arsinals and J.E. Storm es, Com't. e birds enjoy it. Mrs. Mike Kennedy CUMBERLAND PALLS. has a turkey that seems to be verj Notice of Election. much effected by music. "When she A Flue Resort. hears the sounds of the organ o Notjce is hereby given that on June guitar she walks up on the verandi; Cumberland Falls, Ky., 26th 1899, the following order wa: puts her head in the window, close July 3rd, 189!). duly made and entered by the Garrard one eye, and listens very attentivel; Friend Landram: County Court, and on June 27th 189!), until the music clascs then wa'k As your last issue promises a lette a certified copy, thereof given by the same breath com away as if she ad enjoyed quite from me, and in the pliments my veracity, 1 will not dis Clerk of said Court to the Sherrilf ol treat. appoint you. This is the sportmanV Garrard Countyj towit. Mr. Oliver Boner left Monday, for paradise, a perfect mecca for . the iishei Garrard County Court. Louisville Dr. Pendleton, of Louh man or hunter. We have had tolera June Term, June, 29, 1899. ville, will preach at the Fork Church, ble good luck for this place. We made A petition signed by the required one catch of eight bass, averaging twi Sunday Mis. N. A. Bogie is visitpounds each, and several smaller catch- number of votes, asking that the sense ing her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Lei es, however the water is too clear ai of the people shall be taken in voting Bicker Van Arsdall, at Harrodsburg present. Pish bite out here and you Precinct No. 7 of Magesterial district Mr. Henry Williams and bride, o: do not have to walk all day to find No. 3 upon the proposition whether or them, Burgin, visited the family of Mr. I'. them, but it takes a professor to catch1 not spirituous, and 1 am free to confess that vinous, or malt liquors Saturday and Sunday. cannot do it. Had we cared to fish for shall be sold, bartered or loaned there forked-taile- d we would or channel cat Miss Emily Humphreys, of Simpson having been filed in the court and have been compelled to take along an in, ville, is visiting her sister Mis. Rob22nd are before the Judge thereof on boat for our catch, ert Humphreys at Mr. J. C. Boner's ixtra pike, salmon or bass but we the day of May, 1899: It is now the and, as ordered ifter ....Miss Sallie Herring accompanicc water is entirely too clear ior the that on the 29th day of July 1899, the by Miss Sallie Lou Myers, of McCrerry we content ourselves with bos. Sheriff of Garrard county will open a would be use spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrr.Tacl ishing exclusion!'. Itany of the fish poll in voting precinct No. 7 magiste for Y:.njtta, at Danville.... Mr. and Mr. less have me to specify we caught as I would not be be rial district No. 3, for the purpose ol A . J. Chestnut and Mr. Alfred Bone; lieved, out win say tnat we consider taking the sense of the legal voters l of Danville spent Sunday with theii if teen inches "a small one." Mr. thereof upon the proposition "Wl.eth-e- r Duncan was here in '78 with John parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boner or not spirituous, vinous or malt tormes and Andy Burnside.deerhunt "Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown, of Kirks ing and he recalls many spots along tlie liquors shall be sold, bartered or loan ville formerly of this place passed iver where he stood watching for deer ed therein." Before the opening of through Sunday en route to Beunavis This Is an ideal place for a summer re. said poll, and within seven days from ort, the hotel is built just at the head ta, to visit relatives at that place. of the falls, and the verandas com the time he receives this order the mand a splendid view of the fall, which Sheriff of Garrard county will publish is G4 feet in neignt, tumoung into a this order in a weekly newspaper ol oool lot) feet deep, the home of the sal the county having the largest circula Mips. Amanda Hayes", of Preacherr. mon and pike. The hotel is ten miles from Cumberlrnd Falls Station on tl.e tion, for at least two weeks before the viile, is visiting her many friends here C. S. R. R., and a good hack runs holding of said election and will also this week. jver daily. The hotel is a commodious advertise same by printed hand bills Work on the new school house it: and comfortable building and the fare containing a copy of this order posted is positively unsurpassed. The amuse our town is progressing very nicely. ments are dancing, croquet, lawn ten at five conspicunus places within said Gardens In our vicinity are actually nis, billiards, boating &c. district for at least two weeks before The "Hello Club," of Danville, con the holding of said election. dying for the want of rain, and farmtwenty-fiv- e young society ers have stopped plowing to wait for sisting of The Clerk of the Garrard County people, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. rain. n. P. Cecil, were here for a week and Court will certify a copy of. this order Wheat harvest is over and farmers. Will Woodcock, Ned Wiseman and to the Sheriff qf said county on or be "Uncle Ned"Welch stayed over fora day of July 1809. couple of days to fish with us. Wi 1 fore the 1st DIGEST YOUR t'OOD. A true copy: will return this week. Col. Morgan, Klafcty per cent, of all sickness Is caused to J. M. Dukcan, Cl'k. Attest: food not being- properly digested. It creates poi- of Lexington, will be down tomorrow sons and froes into jour blood and then yon ait with a party of capitalists to look at Pursuant to said order, there shall liable to alaanst any disease the ha man system the falls .with a view of harnessing is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt'a German Liver opened a poll at each and all of the Powder and watch tke rcsalu. Ton will feel their power to run an electric plai t be tke eood effects after taking one dose. Give it and electric railroad to the C. F. This voting places in said district, on the m trial and be conTiaced. Price 26c is a sure go and they will not 1 ave to 29th day of July 1899, for the purpose Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam Cmtm "buy" the right of way either. J'r Yatir Caaah. Jaattta Maaialaa Duncan will be borne this week and set out in said order. ft) ffcMlsMVa Given under my hand on June 28, will make oath to my assertion foi the sale by IW benefit of the "doubting Thoirases." . 8 99. J. B. Satjnders, I GbokgkSxith Jk, Sheriff Garrard County, ;.. .4 R. E. McRoberts. Stone. Citizens National Bank to ft INTERESTING STATE NEWS. THE GOVERNOR HOAXED. THE STATE'S FINANCES. A Statement of RAW AS BEEF FROM ECZEMA!, No of- saw-mi- ll Bradley' Harry ChU for Troops Two forced Mofs.ises The Governor In Vorjr Indlgruunl. the Condition of the Kentucky Treasury Issued From the Auditor's Office. SM res-r- l r e, g e, Lexington', Ky., Ju'y 4. Gov. Brad-Ic- y arrived hero Sunday from Cincinnati with the information that the call for 300 staj.e troops Saturday uight was the result of forged messages to him purporting1 to be from a gentlemen in Lexinpton in whom the governor had confidence and a message from Frankfort purporting to be from a state officer. lie was informed by these messages that there was much trouble in Clay eountj'; that the Howards were suircunded and were at the mercy of the l'hilpots and Bakers and that unless troops were sent at once many lives would be sacrificed. Fkankfoijt, Ky., July 5. Following is the report of condition of the state treasury issued from the auditor's fice Monday afternoon: Sinking Fund lUlanca May 31. Receipts 18U9 .1 8W.719 4.183 8 Jo. 101 til. 377 C7 17 Expenditures and transfers School Fund llalnicc M:.y 31, 1899 Kcici) ti and transfers t t 8 H JJ 753,733 34 HH.OI td 1.1.355 57 051) UJ 81 Total Expemlltuics. 81 s - state-ti-ii- t The governor immediately issued the order for the troops to go to Clay county Sunday morning. Later he General Expenditure became suspicious, aud after a tele- I licit May 31, 18J9 Uoceipts phone consultation witli Adjt. Gen. Collier aud Col. Williams, the orders Tot:il were revolted. The governor says he Expenditures will do all he can to fix the responsibility for the fake. Fund- .5 COO. 1 18 13 .. 131.157 80 Not much attention is often paid to tkm first symptoms of Eczema, bat it is not lone before the little redness begins to itch and Itching and Burning of burn. to This is but the beginning, and will suffering and torture almost unenlead durable. It is a common mistake to regard a roughness and redness of the skin as This Fearful Disease. merely . a local irritation : it is but an indica- uuu 01 a numur in it V.1 J ui t.IMl. uia uiuuu iwnuw and can not be reached by local appliEczema which is more than 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 Bkin; the only way to reach the disease, therefore, is througk the blood. Mr. Phil T. Jones, of Mixersville, Ind., writes: "I had Eczema thirty years, and after a great deal of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gave me constant pain. It finally broke into a running sore, and began to spread and grow worse. For the past five or six years I have suffered untold agony and had given up all hope 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. S., and 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 entirely, the skin became clear and smooth, and I was cured perfectly." Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be cored by a remedy which is only a tonic. 8wift's Specific Torture Equal to the 1 skin-dee- p, .$ 5:5 SO 3i 90,516 31 f 30. 1899..$ 65.8 6 7J 3.15,118 EE KEPT ON RUNNING. Balance in Treasury, June 70 Ira Wade Ctcaped From the Constable and V as Fired at 1 w.ce Intense Feeling Arou.ed Over the Affair. FOUR A liny llar-l- wo SERIOUSLY INJURED. Lose l'lace a Giant Firecracker on the Men Will I'robably not reach. It goes to the bottom to the cause of the disease and will curs 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 upon S. S. S. ; nothing can take its place. 9 Books on these diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Spa-;h-lcJ ... Company, Atlanta, Georgia. is superior S. other blood remedies becauae it cures diseases which they can S. S. FOR TKE BLOOD to HATIQNAL BANK, Mt. Hebron. 0" Banking-house- 11' 7- Legal-tend- 0C Kky Wkst, Ky., July 5. Constable Culien had a warrant for Ira Wade for an alleged breach of the peace and had been looking1 for Wade for some time and Tuesday found him in S. S; Jlul-lin- 's barroom. After the constable had arrested Wade, he said: "All right; I'll go with you as soon as I give uncle a bottle," aud then Wade ran out of the saloon door. The constable commanded him to stop, but he still ran, and the ollicer fired a shot in the air and again commanded 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 grandfather's house without stopping. Much feeling has been aroused by the affair. The constable is guarding the house. , Their Kyesight. Louisvillk. Ky., July 5. Four men were seriously injured Tuesday night by the explosion of a giant firecracker in the Ilaymarkct saloon, at Preston and Jefferson streets. The men were drinking when a boy entered and placed a large firecracker on the bar. It looked like one of the big- "phony" crackers, and but little attention was paid to it. Suddenly there was a loud explosion, and the men were, hurled back against the wall. John O'Donnell, a barber, was burned about the hands and face. Mike Flaherty, a bar tender, was burned about the face, and will probably lose his sight. Jacob Stubbs. a produce dealer, sustained burns about the face and hands. George Abtz, a driver, will probably lose his eyes. Louisville Tuukcco Market. A BQ&FJ TO MANKINDS DR TABLER'S BUCKEYE - J "III k PILE I tn my x SmmMm PI w r--. i .m (A CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of IN I'riKNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES Or Keuuion of the Udtrardi Family. tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, 50 cents. Sole Proprietor, WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. 3!0 1 11 - ex Ky., July 1. A reunion of the Edwards family of Kentucky took place at Hermon Thursday. There were 175 present, the eldest being 73 years and the youngest 17 months. Mr. William J. Pag, of Nashville, Tenn., and Miss Bernice Ilolman, of this county, were married at Trenton Thursday evening, Rev. Miller Wood officiating. Fi.KTOJf, Only One Candidate. Loins VU.I.K, Ky., July Si. 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. Friday's offerings were made up mostly of the common and. medium grades. Prices were satisfactory. The total offerings were 30G hhds, of which 151 hhds were burley and 152 dark. Laivrenceburg's Second Big Fire. Lawrknckiil'rg, Ky., July 1. Another big fire visited this town Fri- JAMES F.BALLARD, STOKMES TXtXJO STORE. the NATIONAL CAPITAL 100,000.00 M Mala Street, ST. LOUIS. HO. PUBLIC SALE OF A BANK SURPLUS. 1 20,i Garrard Go. Farm. I will offer publicly on the premiass. On J''; plact-were- -- Marksbury, Lexington, Ky., July 1. A convention has been called to meet in Jackson July 15 to nominate a icpub-lica- n candidate for representative in the Ninety-thirlegislative district, comprising the counties of Breathitt. Lee and Magoffin. "Ned" Marcum, of Jackson, is the only announced candidate. Projects Louisvillk, Ky., July 5. Two firms are contemplat ng the establishment of anti-trutobacco factories in Louisville. H. N. Mart n & Co., of Greenville, Ky., are negotiating for a plant, and Allen & Baker, of Carrolltou, are also thinking of establishing- a plug tobacco factory. Found Dead Near the Horse. Ricumoxd, Ky., July 5. Mrs. 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 animal, which was hitched to a fence near by. Foul play is suspected and an investigation will bj made. d Anti-Tru- st -- OF Way, Am 10, 1899, day morning, destroying a square oa Main and one on Court street. It originated in Fagler's livery stable. The important losses are the livery stables and Christian Church, A. J. Bowcn's dwelling and Van Arsdell carriage factory. Loas, Si5,000; insurance, 5,000. Ordered 111 in Hanged. Pai:i8. Ky., July 1. The LANCASTER, KY. A.R.Denny. President. Jno. E. Storm K3, Vice President. S. C. Denny, Cnshier. THE DR. REID sitn.tted at Old Paint Lick, on the Richmoi d and Lancaster pike. Smiles from Lanca ter ami milea from Lonl.-tviliit Nashville dopot. The Farm Consists of 330 ACRES, well improved with good new residrnce. o chard and nil necessary ontl.u'ldliis. tich us office in the yard, smoke house. c rriajje hnns ice lion so. Ac. Also splendid slutted donMe corn cribs capacity of WO barrels two tobaero birns(oneof which I new), stock bnm and COMMTNITY ELEGANT tenant h e. within one hundred yards of chnrch. scln 1 house, post office, and store. The farm will be offered In two tracts 212 acres with the Improvements 88 acres unimproved said tra-divided by the pike aud then as a whole, the bid or bids accepted which realize the greattr snm. loO acres of knob land five or six miles distant w II go with the farm. TERMS OF SALE. Oue-thi- rd cash, balance in one and two years with C per cent interest. W.I. LETCHER. T. D. ENGLISH. Anc'r. Danville. Ky. 1 New Kentucky l'ostmasters. Washington, July 2. The following fourth-clas- s postmasters were commissioned Friday: Lester, Letcher county, W. It. Hale, vice Polly Collins, removed; Tygart's Valley, Greenup county, Sarah J. Warnock, vice A. J. II. Lewis, resigned. Koberta Denies It. Lexington, 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." R. T. EM BUY, jury in X. F KouiNsojf. Jr.. the case of Clarence Williams, on trial r Asa't Casli'r. for the killing of Martha Tillman in Glaysville, returned a verdict of murD1KECTOK3 der in the first degree and fixed his punishment at death by hanging. The Sam 1. D.Cochran, Jaa Spllman, jury was only out SO minutes and took A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Dcnnr. but one ballot. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Refused a I'ardon. Stormeg. Jno. Fit A n k fo it, Ky., July 5. T:ie governor refused to pardon before trial S. BEAZLEY. & Georgetown Turnpike heAuu-tCo., of Bracken county, which is under indictment for alleged failure to reTeeth extracted without pain port annually to the county authoriw th Vitalized Air. Office In the ew Thompson Paild:ng. ties. Book-keoI DENTIST Gave Himself Up. Richmond, Ky., July 5. After dodjf ing the officers sent to arrest him all night William Turpin, who shot Alton King here Monday and painfully wounded his broiher, Henry Turpin, came in and surrendered to the offkvrs Tuesday morning. King will recover. Shot llliu on Sight. Pai.ntsvii.le, Ky., July 1. News has just reached here from lvyton, Ky., ten miles distant, that Floyd Rice shot and killed Harmon Grace. They had had no trouble. Rice met Grace in th road and shot him down. Ills' Timber DraL Ky., July I. The Helens Land, Coal and Iron Co., of this Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Kentucky Are located so as to offer special inducements to the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign extra expense and time. In addition to the lo- for-ne- r, Frankfokt, Will Not I'ardon tronoa Ky., July 2. Gov. Brad- Frankfort, ley Friday refused to pardon Duke Croxson, of Newport, who is serving a term in the Frankfort penitentiary for assaulting Mrs. Gleason about two years ago. city, concluded the sale of 9. 000 acres of timber land Thursday to M. II. Courtney, of Clay City, for 615.000. The land is situated in Lee' and Wolf counties. -- rian of the Prohibitionists. A Safe t racked. Louisvillk, Ky., July 4. W. M. Frankfort, Ky., July 4. Burglars cracked the safe of Johnson Barrett, Likens, of Beaver Dam, state secretary the coal dealer, with two explosions of of the prohibitionists, is in the city to No booty was obtained. arrange for a state convention. An dynamite. Two watchmen were on guard. is no clew to t e perpetrators. anti-Goeb- 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 bo you. Central Covington Stock Yards Co. Commission firms will give prompt attention to consignments Wallaceton plank will be incorporated There in the platform. They will put out a full state ticket. Is absolutely necessary to the youn man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded t is of first importance to get yonr training at the school that strands in the very front rank, A BUSINESS to yop FREE. EDUCATION The 1'ailor Itesljrned. Louisviij.k, Ky., July 4. Dr. Charles R. Hemphill, who has been pastor of the Second Presbyterian church here 14 years, resigned Sunday to become a teacher in the Southern Presbyterian theological seminary. Charged With SteaUng Keglstered Letters. Miudlkcboro, Ky., July 3. William Vermillion, of Whitesbnrg-- , the f,on, has been arrested by THE littlMNT & STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE. KY. H. HOSHAL & CO , W. Seven experienced teachers, each one a spocialif t in his lino Graduates of this cnlltge preferred by bnsiuess boused. Write for Commission Merchants, SHORTHAND, a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United HUtes It will be mailed BOOK-KEEPIN- Oattl6,Hogs,Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS, TELEGRAPHY. - - - CINCINNATI, Consign your stock to O. I information regardingllvestock cheer government detectives charged with f illy furnished. Consign your stock di stealing money ,from registered letect to 11s. 'Phone 734 v ters. The new Southern Methodist church at Pembroke was dedicated Sunday with imposing ceremonies. Bishop Morrisey, ol Nashville, preaching- the dedicatory sermon. II0FKIS8VII.1.K, Rabenstein, Harris & Conner, Church Dedicated. Ky., July 4. Live stock Commission Merchants, J- X. DUNN Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Ky or Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, O., NOTARY PUBLIC, BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY When shipping East bill our care privilege selling Central Covington Stock Yards. We will La id Swerjer ail iteit fir make it to your advantage and give your stock AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO special personal attention. CENTRAL RECORD. SUPPLEMENT. Sweeney i Luwson & Fox have gone for a trip through Pulaski. r.fiTiraetr Tf- - .Tlllv A. ISOO. Miss Nannie McCarley will open school at Beazley's school house, July 10th. The Mormons held a short meeting school house last of the chickens are at Beazley's June apples and frying week. Miss Jennie Anderson opened her Crops wlil be cut short for the want school at Locust Grove, Monday, July if rain in this vacinity. third. Mrs. McWhorter, wlio is sick at lier McCarley & Lawson consigned a .n.tlinp'tt MK K KstKllTft S. IS lm- load of hogs to the Cincinnati market rovlnj;. Saturday. Beazley, the tobacco man, IL Holtzclaw and Bro. sold 1(5 fat hogs 1110 iuau jwiio lljjpeu lug iinu ui to Lawson & Fox at 83.40 per hundred, f tobacco tnauy. and two head of butcher cattle at 15. Ely and son have so much work $3.40 per hundred. .1. A. Shear, of Sedalia, Mo., saved xport carnage maker. - his child from death by croup by using Mrs. A. M. Broaddus residence hurnOne Minute Cough Cure. It cures n lona v at 10 o ciock. ouu mm cu uiny coughs, colds, pneumonia, la grippe iew iiiiiit,.'-;- . .u iiifeui.iiiuc. and all throat and lung troubles, What you want is not tenporary r - lm Sormes Drug Store. iief from piles but a cure to stay curMaster; Carroll Acton has returned ed, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures to his home in Lancaster, after a few piles, and they stay sured. days visit to relatives at Sweeney Drug Store. Stormes lm Mrs. W. L. Lawson and Mrs. J. C.Fox Tlio V1sso "Rlv h:ifi .1 nrpltv i .il r visited Mrs. Woods, of Paint Lick, o:n Per. yville.... There is a great last week Master Chenault Elmore ill flu. limrllhl lT'liruifl .1 . if is with his uncle in Winchester Little Miss Norma Elmore entertainMiss Patrick is vis- - ed her ,'htandday friends at a picnic Friday mr the Misses Ramsey's.... Several Mrs. Martha Schooler and her charmuu j' mi ing grand daughter, Miss in uui uui.i iiiicnuuu iiiuiiiii Callie AdMr. M"illpr. rif Tnvas. Vinw Simrlnv ams, of Paint Lick, spent saveral days j", visiting the family or will Wallace with relatives in this vicinity .Tom Bro Eckels and wi e are visiting Barnes has moved to the "Land of 1. S. Burrow's in bourbon county Misses Anna Dishon and Promise" the merchant at Lowell, has gone to Ella Holtzclaw left Wednesday, for Texas to visit his Brother. 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. I). G. Ross bought rive hogs from Stone.... Misses Jennie and Grace J.imes Baker for $13.75. Morgan, accompanied by their cousIt is very dry and dusty in this vic- in's Misses Sallie Gooch and Anna inity at. present. Gardens are needing radgett, spent Thursday with their aunt, Miss Marie Morgan, of Stanford rain, stock water very scarce. Paul Arnold and sister, Miss Kate, Pe iple are very busy stacking wheat the farmers say the wheat crop here of Hiattsville, and little Mabel Claire Arnold, of Richmond, spent Sunday is very light. Mrs. FanDeWitt's Little Early Risers acts as with your correspondent a faultless pill should cleansing and nie Thompson, of Mt. Verhon, came reviving the system instead of weak- down on the noon train, Sunday, to ening. They are mild and sure, small see Mrs. David Thompson, who is Your and pleasant to take, and entirely free quite sick at this writing spent Friday with from objectionable drugs. They assist correspondent friends near Hiattsville Little Emrather than compet. ma Land, of Rowland, is the guest of m Drug Store. Stormes Annie May Perkins. Misses Ida and Susie Hurt, of LowTo cure piles, stuikk at the hoot ell, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Squire Parsons. Miss Ida will begin that's the way. DeWitt's Witch Ha-zSalve strikes at tub hoot it reschool next Monday at Union The:e -were a good many of neighborhood at- moves the causk quickly and permai entry. Don't squander time and money tended church at fairview Sunday Epli Hammack. of Cartersvi'Ie, made in a vain effort to remove the effects. Stormes Drug Store. a flying visit" here Sunday lohn lm ...,..... . 1. .... T .......... ....,1 Uiinntui ail m ninuvi , uiiuugii :ii- ronte to Mr. Ilialt StimraH's todav Monday. Mrs. Arnold opened school here Monday. The Baptist church is receiving a 51 r. Samaul Brewer killed a mad- - new iron roof. og in this vicinity last week. R. L. Teatrr, who has been in poor .lohn Xewland (of col.) bought a hog health for of years, is very from Mr. Givens Terrill for $3: feeble. Mr. Willie and Cleveland Slaughter J. W. Brown sold to J. N. Teater spent Saturday and Sunday at "W. H. one calf at $22, a mule at Richmond court at $75. iurr s Wr-aamong human ills are nior The same stranre incident occurred nnn y ng than piles? The afflictions here this week as did at Hebro- nthat prevent active exercise are bad Monday came on Sunday. enoiurh. but one that makes p.vpu rpst, The last Quarterly meeting of this Conference year convened at Gunn's . j. wtUj&Lx o Chapel, Saturday and Sunday. martyrs. is greun-hiRev. HUCK1SYJ 1'ILiE OINTMENT will Sheparq, the Presiding Elder, delivered four tine sermons, which were i cts. in Dottie. tubes oc. greatly enjoyed by the audience. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Charley Barker and W. B. Burton, Mr. C. I. Ogg was at Flatwood Sat- who have gone Into the livery busirday making pictures. He will be ness in your town, are industrious, en tin the loth, for two Sveeks to make terprising young men, and their pictures. friends here regret to have them leave, Mr. John Hutchins, of Preachers- - but wish them much success--ville, will teach the free school at Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff .of Luvvson's School House and will begin Troy, Mo., says if everyone in the the 10th, of this month. United States should discover the virtue of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for A TIMELY HINT. piles, rectal troubles and skin diseases, Yon should be wise and see that jour blood is rich and pure and your whole system pat In a the demand could not be supplied, Eerfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr. lm Stormes lrug Store. German Liver Powder. Then you will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, cold Sam Totten and wife, and slstert and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Idrer Powder is the best medicine money can bny. Miss Jennie, visited their sister. Mrs For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprue Mike Ray and family, Sunday. Miss Gum Battam. Prieo 26 and 50a Jennie will remain with her sister a a Bottlo. week or two Messrs Teater and For sale by R. E McRoberts Ransdall, of Mercer, have been visit Paint Lick; 1 ing relatives here Misses Nora Ray and Ida Pierce, spent last Thursday with Mrs. Forest Curtis, at Kirksville Miss Mary Lea veil was in our midst Sunday Several from here attended a picnic at Silver Creek Miss Celesta bridge on the Fourth 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, visited them and attended Quarterly meeting here Sunday. "W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa., fays: "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. Stormes Drug Store. lm man, visited her sister, Mrs. A. D Misses Ford, one day last week Dicie Adkerson and Lucinda Layton, of McCreary, were the guests of Mrs. Nannie Lane, Saturday. . . .Mrs. Margaret 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 Messrs J T Turner here last week and H "Wearen spent Saturday at Several days ago Dripping Springs some folks visiting at Wilmore, took passage on the steamer Falls City, for High Bridge, and landed at Stone, expecting to be conveyed home, but unfortunately, the electric cars are not running in that city yet. There is a time for all things. T. e time to take DeWitt's Little Early Call at J. S. Haselden's and see his Risers is when you are suffering from d nice line of handsome saddles. constipation, biliousness, Dr. Dunlap was called to the bed- ache, indigestion or other stomach or side of Dr. Armstrong, who was quite liver troubles. Stormes Drug Store. sick but is now out again. lm Wheeler & Wil& Sewing Machine. Bryantsville. sick-hea- Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings .. Hammack. The little child of Mrs. Whituker, 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 what's the matter? Biliousness, Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They regulate the liver and cure constipation pleasantly and promptly. Never gripe. Stormes Drugstore. lm B. F. Jennings has returned from a visit to his relatives in Iilinois.... 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 Miss Lick, Saturday and Sunday Lizzie Dunn is visiting relatives in Mr. and Mrs Letcher Nicholasville Owsley visited Mrs. Atha Dunn, last Mrs A. S. Haselden is selling week her millinery at cost. Call and see them. HAS NATURE WARNED YOU 7 Nature herself clad in the early gztba of sprta?, blossoms forth trees and flowers causing' the despondent chord to Tibrate to this, the most delightful of all, springtime and how do yon feel? Have yon that tired shaky feeling, the forerunner of Chills, Malaria and Typhoid Ferer ? If so, yon mnst not pass this warning as It is an indication of sickness; avoid this; consult ns as onr advice costs yon nothing-Call on your drsggist and procure a bottle of Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Take one dose a day at bed time for six days; then follow by procuring a bottle of Yucatan Chill Tonic, following the directions and after two weeks' course of these two great remedies, you will feel like the flowers look in the spring. Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season when the atmosphere is full of germs. If necessary and when your systsm warns yon, repeat the above. These Remedies in stock and sold by 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 occasion. Ask your ticket agent for full Queen&Crescent ROUTE Republican s PECImfwtc For sale by E.Tff. Lancaster, KNIGHTS Arnold, Kentucky. OF PYTHIAS particulars. High Bridge Excursions. R E McRoberts Buckeye, Judson. Uncle Chas. Simpson, remains quite sick. The farmers tre through stacking wheat, and are waiting for the thresher. David Ray sold one calf to Lem Teater for $20. George .Grow and family visited friends at Lock No. 8, Saturday and Sunday.... Mrs Margaret lane spent several days with her brother, George Mrs. Robt Broaddus, of Marksbury Simpson and children visited Mrs Jim Simpson, of Buckeye, Saturday.... Mrs Chas Overstreet, of Little Hick- - iFlatwood. Excursions are run from Cincinnati and all points south every other Sunday, to High Bridge. There isn't a more beautiful place to visit than this entrancing spot, You can't afford to miss it. The rate is remarkably low. One Dollar from Cincinnati, Fifty cents from Lexington, and like low rates from other points. Ask your ticket agent about it. You cannot afford to miss this pleasant day on the river. Your ticket agent will give you rates, dates and schedules for these excursions. Central Holiness Camp meeting. WILMORE July Low Rates on the Queen & Crescent daily on dates, from all points D r y Ridge to Somerset inclusive; good until July 16th to return. Ask agents for particulars. Annual Meeting National Hardwood Lumber .Association, Milwaukee, Wis., July 6, 1899. Womans' Foreign Missionary Society of Holston Conference, Radford, Va., July 9, 1819. Supreme Lodge Uniform Rank Encampment K. O. T. M., Port Huron, 1899. Mich., July 2, Annual Convention Medal of Honor Legion, Burlington, Vt., July Central Holiness Camp. Wilmore, Ky., July 8th, to 16th, 1899. Tickets will be sold via the ftueen and Crescent Route July 7th, to 15th, from all stations. Dry Ridge to Somer d fare for set. Incl. at one and the round trip, Good to return July 18th. See agents for run particulars 6. 13-16-17-2one-thir- Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst of Pythias, meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis- iting Knights are fraternally invited. Ed Bishop, S. C. C. J. Haselden, K.R.& S R. KINNAIRD, INSURANCE. Repre sentinEFollowinE Companies Aetna, Queen, Palatine, National, Hartford, Delaware, Milwaukee, Conneticut, Continental, Falls, German American, Fbenix of Brooklyn, New York Underwriters, Glens Liverpool & London & Globe. North British Aetna & Merchantile LifeMCo. of Hartforfl.Conii t n Carlstedt's German Liver TO CINCINNATI Epworth League International Meeting, Indianapolis, July 20th -- 23d. Finest trains in the South travel daily via the . RATE8 ON ACCOUNT THE GREAT Powder Cures INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system U heir to SAENGERFEST Queen&Crescent ON 6ALE NATIONAL JUNE 27TH TO JULY I8T. OPPORTUNITY TO THE QUEEN OITY WITH THE OROWDS'WHO WILL ATTENDTHE NATIONAL MEETING OF GERMAN SINGERS. GREAT Price, 25 Cents. For Sale by Route to Cincinnati. Only one change to Indianapolis. Liberal return limits on tickets via the Queen & Crescent at one fare for the round trip. Ask agents for particulars. W. RE uIcRoberts. w. o. HiMiAinoat a. p. a.. Cincinnati. C RINCAJISON. a. p. A., OMOUMATk