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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u 1 Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 13 1899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t f 1 tn ttoft c NUMB R I4 I v- m i s ex i1 l t a i rS ighg TENTH YEAR Matte WHATS GOING ON AT tt MI44g 11 I II HOME Lexington COBVCHtlOH A special telegram to THE RECORD at 830 A M 13th states that there is nothing in the story that Taylor has a slate and that he will be norm nated by 1200 on first ballot and Ramsey will be nominated for General Born to the wife of Silas Moss on the iith a ypound girl Silas is as high as Robinson did Building Lobi If you want to buy a dice Building Lot I can sell you one 1 to 4 acres cheap T CUIIIIEY Owing to the rush of local items early this week we were forced to cut some of our excellent letters for the want of space We hope that this will not occur again Wheat Wheat Wheat We are in the market for 100000 bushels of wheat and will pay top prices for it cash on delivery Call and see us before selling- H A B MAUKSBURY SON Examinations There will be an examinafion for White teachers held at the County Superintendents office Friday and Saturday July 21st and 22d and at the same place for colored teachers Friday and Saturday July 28th and 29th ELISA LUSK SUIT Cave Party Mrs Tom Wherritt gives a Cave party to her Sunday school class at the Cave Spring near Dix river This will be an appropriate entertainment and the day will be remembered by the small girls and boys Stock Sales A C Robinson and sons sold 70 tine export cattle to Jake Yerkes at 5 cts At W M Goochssale Wednesday Yearling steers brought 27 feeders SJ30 cows and calves 30 to 50 work mules 50 to 80 corn 185 per barrel and hogs 3J5 per hundred pounds A Good Enterprise Messrs J I Hamilton Rice Benge and Silcr Bros have built stock pens near the depot to be used by traders on public days They deserve much credit for this work as it will remove the stock from the public square and streets where they have been a great nuisance High Bridge Excursions Excursions are run from Cincinnati and all points south every other to High Bridge There isnt a more beautiful place to visit than this entrancing spot You cant afford to miss it The rate is remarkably low One Dollar from Cincinnati Fifty cents from Lexington and like low rates from other points Ask your ticket agent about it You cannot to miss this pleasant day on the river Your ticket agent will give you rates dates and schedules for these excursions TeatItem Institute The Garrard County Institute for white teachers will be held in the Court House at Lancaster on Moll day July 24 continuing five days with Prof J H Patterson of Lancaster Graded School as conductor On Tuesday evening the 25th an enter tainment entitled The Heart of Cuba will be given conducted by Prof H Iv Taylor principal of Training School He will be assisted by Senor Jose Andonegui a violinist of wide reputation The Colored Teachers Institute will convene at the Court House July 17 and continue live days to be con ducted by Prof C C Monroe of Ow ensboro On Tuesday evening the 18th Prof Sneeds band will give an entertainmentAll failing to attend the institute will forfeit their certificates Both Institutes will be held in the Court House 720 ELISA J LUSK Supt Farmers Read We are needing all of our Sacks and many of our friends have to return the Sacks we have accom modating them with We lost by fire about 6000 Sacks consequently we need every Sack that is due us We Sciiwartz Bros St LovK d these Sacks are in the hands of confer a favor on us we ap wieiate very much are also in the j j Attorney stepping I today r neglected cottonSac r ann r friends and they are using milling purposes A to ronvnce of l1e La ral thousand JaCks Ja r l Mi1lk 1iir also Dot iPitw r for Ikf i q n ffi ss tJn We pay highest prl I J OX4ZSoIX iri4 2 i J J t 1Ife row Apology Sunday afford J b Louisville r bought d 11emfai visit 4h11s one 4ct e also have Fbd or- t alai and ate r and Other w fl a that willsK h r wheat 11 and w1 ILA 4 a Lovely Taffetas Gloves and Dimmitties at The Ladies Aid Society will meet at Mrs H C Jennings next Saturday at 230 p 3i Notice to Voters You will see the Democratic rooster and ticket on the Second page Read carefully Notice To Creditors Any persons having claims against the estate of T H West will present them to me properly proven on or be fore August 1 1899 W T West Danville Fair This popular association will give an old fashion stock fair on August 30 31 and September 1 The elimina tion of races is a move in the right direction and the attendance will be much larger Dr R Goldstein the celebrated specialist who has made a lifelong study of the eye its dangers and needs will be in our city at the Hotel Hamilton Monday July 17 and it be hooves those who have trouble with their eyes to visit him at once he makes no charges for ex amination and his charges for are very reasonableNew One of our young lawyers had a number of witnesses summoned to try a hopeless case of our lIe made a motion to throw the case out of court The Squire as ked for a Second to the motion when a witness supported it He put the question and the motion was carried whereupon he opened the window and threw the papers out of court This is a new rule in court but it is strictly parliamentaryFire Works CIcaiillucfii Next to Godliness The good people of the town should unite with the City Council and see that all filth nearest to them is clean ed away Quite a number of our are complaining about the nu merous hog pens scattered in their vi cinity Take nearly all of our adjoin ing towns and you will not find one single hog sty in the city limits There should be an ordinance passed prohibiting hogs being kept within the limits of the city This matter should be taken up at once by the Council and all hogs and other filth taken from the town immediately Remember the summer of 1873 The pyrotechnic display at the mouth of pistols last Saturday night was beautiful and those who gave the performance should give their names in order that the public may express appreciation of their gallantry in entertaining women and children by the music of shots during Midnights holy hour They are certainly heroes but their modesty is such that they decline to seek notoriety by giving their names to the public The names of those who shot as they ran up Richmond street and two of our city boys will likely be made known It has been suggested that the public square be moved into the town limits Beaumont College The advertisement of Beaumont College at Harrodsburg Ky appears in our paper this week This famous old college is undoubtedly one of the finest Girls Schools in the land It has drawn its patronage from a wide area of more than thirty states reach ing from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Lakes to the Gulf A mong its faculty there are teachers of national reputation Its equipment in the departments of Literature Music Art and Elocution is simply superb Its methods in Music are similar to those adopted in the best Conservatories ofAmerica and Europe There the girls are said to have a most lovely and refined home with spacious grounds of 33 acres unsur passed in America for beauty It Improvements A enterprise hitherto un known has taken prossession of our people Six Store rooms a hotel an opeira house and ten new residences are being built All indications point the tact that the Shrill whistle of emblem of civilization will soon be heard running over the new route which is being surveyed for the great Southern Railway When this is completed our people will riot only enjoy better freight rates on all arti cles of export and import which will soon repay thecos rightrotway he chances gOOd for location of work stoops for the end 4visl6n afc this point With this of are ie jfo waier ii P Qf city ape Vqrii tq get he best figures for the erection of a plant Besides the prospects for a railroad division the protection to property and the comfort and health of the people should be considered in referen ce to the advlsablty of having pons Jo phs gasses beforeone magistrates spiritof t oft W the an the f 7 Jk j Remember citizens the but end nwiew the ma our citizens ors works co t the cfiRnt j waterworks y r- z w fi 3 1saV t Farmers Attention Storage furnished for wheat See R G Ward for particulars Lancas ter Mills Elevator Co Elopement Mr Burnside son of Bean Burnside and Miss Lafone Humber age 16 and were married in Jefferson yule Indiana Mrs Cynthia Bland age 81 mother of Jerry Bland died on Monday and a long procession followed the to Lancaster Cemeteryon Tues day afternoon where they were laid to rest Good walls The walls of the old Opera House block are rapidly going up and from their appearance contractor Ryan is putting up a building that will stand against fire and storm The rams horn will have to be blown seven times before the fall thereof CWB M The ladies of the Christian church met Monday afternoon and organized a Womans Mission Auxiliary Mrs Walter Beazley was elected president Miss May Z Hughes vicepresident Miss Sallie Elkin Secretary and Miss Fannie Collier Treasurer This is the noblest cause in which poor mor tals can engage and we hope that much good will be done Excursion to Old Point Comfort Va The Chesapeake Ohio Ry has arranged a series of Excursions to Old Point Comfort Va during the month of July August and September These Excursions will be run on the Second and Fourth Tuesdays in each month The tickets will be good on the regular trains and will be 21 days The rate will be 1500 for the round trip Persons desiring to go should send in their names for sleeping car space and state on which train they will want to go Any in formation cheerfully furnished on ap plication to any Agent or to G W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky Itlore Recruits Wanted In Plillipliics The Recuting oOiccr in Lexington has just received instruction from the War Department to enlist a number of white men for Infantry Cavalry and Artillery services in the Philip pines These men will be sent to San Francisco at once to connect with Steam ship sailing the latter part of this month Now is the chance for you to make a trip around the world This opportunity will only last a few days and men wanting to join should apply at the Recruting otlices in Lex ington Ky or in Ashland Ky or in Somerset Ky at once Lawn Reception The eight railroad surveyors whose names were given in another issue re ceived a number of our people on the college grounds on Monday night They had arranged with the ladies of the Presbyterian church to serve re freshments which was done to a kings taste and everybody was de lighted with the reception They left this place on Tuesday and our best wishes go with them Our citi zens had shown them courtesies be cause they discovered that they were accomplished cultured and honorable gentlemen They entertained us as an exchange of courtesy and their polite and affable attention on that occasion will always be kindly re membered Resolutions of Respect Lancaster Ky July 10th 1899 Whereas It has pleased our esteem ed cashier W H Kinnaird in view of his advanced age and a laudable desire to pass the remaining years of his life in the enjoyment ofa well earned rest after over 40 years of labor in the Deposit and National Banks of Lan caster both of by his business capacity and energy he advanced to the front rank among the Banking in stitutions of the state to resign Resolved 1st That while we the motive which prompts his resignation yet we accept it with regret fully realizing the great loss which this Bank sustains in his connection with it Resolved 2nd that we tender to him on behalf of this Board the use of the banks offices for the of his private business when his presence and advice will always be pleasant and acceptable Resolved 3rd That our best wishes follow him into his voluntary retire ment hoping that his life may be long spared to his family his church town and the community of he has been so long member and we pray Grodtha When its labors and care arieendec he aU Gods children RosoVyed 4tjj this be spread upon the books of bjan and published in the Record the Dan vile Advocate the Jnt Jtj and a copy tendered to W H Kin naird by our secretary on behalf the Board r y Alex R Denny J E Stormes Committee 1 f eloped Bland limited- to approve sincere severing transaction l e ienter upon that r tr mains 01 t 1 J9 t remains which l o a a a m at Yait 1 minute tie nor o 1 y r e SHOULD TilE COUNTRY WEEKLY BE NONPARTISAN Louis Landram Lancaster Record I found a copy of the paper which Capt Louis Landram will read at the Editors Convention at Henderson It is a splendid production and believ ing that his patrons are entitled to all his brilliant effusions 1 submit it to the public The weekly press of today has afar more circumscribed field of labor than a quarter of a century ago In Ye Olden Tyme the destiny of the Nation its public policy and all ques tions of grave import were suggested by the weekly press The country newspapers all over the land kepteven track with the public pulse and in many instances the wielders of the editorial pen were men of marked abil ity whose close touch with their con stituency enabled them to blaze the way with an almost absolute accuracy and to give our public men a clear in sight into what our people expected of them The rural districts seldon got a daily newspaper and had to depend upon the weekly press for all news of the great outside world Railroads were few and far between The old fashioned lumbering stage coach with Its two four or six horses carried the mails to the towns and the city papers were always as much as twentyfour hours old and it was usu ally the weekly editions of those pa pers that reached the firesides of the favored few A daily paper was such a rarity that it was handed round from household to household and it was not an unusual occurrence upon the arriv al of the stage coach to see a knot of leading citizens listening to the town reader as he read the news of the day political and general from some sheet at that time probably fortyeight hours old The annihilators of space known as the fast mail trains have changed all this There is scarcely a town in Kentucky that does not receive bundles of Louisville Cincinnati Chat tanooga or other dailies within twenty four hours of their date of issue This has of necessity curtailed to a great degree and has practically the weekly Its field of usefulness has been narrowed and according to my way of thinking it now fills its proper place The people of a county are but a large family Their as such are the same the move ments of their neighbors and friends the price of hogs cattle butter eggs and farm products are matters of far more moment to them than the ques tion whether Leatherlung Dolittle or Ananias Wind Jabber shall be made Ambessador to the Fiji Islands I be lieve that the weekly press should be absolutely nonpartisan in politics I do not think that the personal opinion of the editor of a crossroads weekly would have a feathers weight in de ciding either state or national politics I believe the columns of the weekly paper should be filled with the coming and goings of the neighbors and friends in fact should be a cozy which we can find in detail what our home people are doing in a social and busi ness way I believe that the editorial column should be taken up with artic cles for the general welfare and pro gress of our home people When we do this conscentiously and fill our col umns with all the news of our county however trivial it may sound gers I believe the result will be a large circle of interested home readers and I further believe that we can safely leave the discussion of national affairs to those who hold down the tri pods of the great daily papers Spring chickens for sale per pound cash H B Northcott Dr Goldstein has arranged to re turn to this city See advertisement On easy payment a good house and lot J ROMA Big Sale Col W S Beazley sold 167 export cattle averaging 1475 pounds at 5cts He always has fat cattle and fine horses Look at Till Read Romans 1 chapter 29th verse and see if you belong to the last nam ed class If you do you desper ately bad sinner until you forsake the habit Our young men gave a picnic Mon day afternoon near Dix river on the Danville pike orpfouryis orsi A number of a dj the occasion va s pjsaAtf and ej o a ble In l o oroftbjQ many yisHora city ougallant young men gayean impjpfttnptii hop the Simpson House ou T esdpy night Beauty and chjv airy in pejrfectj enjoyment vm tu a late hour Hupks orchestra ftr nlshed the music Netlee Kot having the time to collect them Ihave left my accounts in the hands of E Brown for collection All those indebted will please call at his once the Police Court room and settle at once and save cost W H Lackey 4t itdid transformed interests cornerin tostran 9 For Sale V area PICRic a JI our by E c 0 1 i rt interior in hot tejndea gQ at u Ingied Browns 4 G p d J 1- i 1 Keep cool busing Josephs fans J Joseph has an line of slippers Ladies called see them New line bait buckles and goods this week THOMPSON the Jeweler 100000 bushels of wheat Highest cash market price C C Glass Bro Camp Nelson Ky june2J4t Sacks Sack H A B Marksbury Son keep on hand new sacks and will sell to the farmers at cost Storeroom For tent Will rent room I now occupy and give possession at Stock ofgoods now low and will besoloSas a whole at a great bargain J W Cooking Range E W Harris and Sig Perring will sell the new complete Cooking Range with all fixtures worth 45 which they drew at J Josephs for 30 See them and save 15 Miss Sallie Elkin president of the Loyal Legion gave about Sixty of that Society a picnic at her beautiful home last week All were delighted with the splendid dinner and the pleasant time generally Street Fair at Nlcliolaxvllle Nicholasville in order to let the world know that it is keeping abreast with the times will have a Street Fair the latter part July Everywhere these attractions have been given have proven a big revenue to the business men Presbyterians Supper One of the most brilliant events of the season was the delicious supper given by the Ladies of the church in the beautiful lawn at Mrs Margaret Gills last Thursday night The premises were beautifully and artistically decorated and lighted and the refreshments were bountiful They realized 50 to be used for chur ch expenses Southern Railway The route for the proposed railway Is through Beeler Town Preachers ville near Whites mill running about half a mile East of Crab Orch ard The Surveyors have moved from this place and gone into camp at Green Briar Springs The road will be built if the farmers through whom it runs will only claim actual damages and then help to bear the burden y Wanted one VEENEY Picnic outside Presbyterian I pretty fang Beautiful display of midsummer Dry Goods at The prettiest lines d shown in Lancaster is Josephs arasols ever be found at Highest price paid for all kinds of produce at Faulconer and Gaines Grocery Money to Loan On good real estate For apply at THE RECORD office tf Its a little late in the seAson but our lines of Ribbons Gloves Handkerchiefs etc are filled Short Crops The wheat crop will not be mere than half the usual yield and the drought has largely injured the pros pects for a corn crop Huffman and Jones experienced barbers next door to E W Harris Fashionable hair cut and smooth shave Satisfaction guaranteed Razors sharp appliances clean Taxes Due Town taxes are now due and owners should come forward at once and settle This has to be done and those putting it off too long will be put to extra expense Jf- 622tf E M WALKER Collector New Grocery Messrs E C Gaines and Joseph Faulconer have opened a full line of new fresh groceries in the Thompson block and propose to sell the best goods at the lowest market prices They have had experience in the bus iness and will give satisfaction in quality and prices Give them a call Farmers Institutes The Bureau of Agriculture has been successful in the establishment of Farmers Institutes for their educa tion and instruction in their vocation One should be established here and in every county as it requires as much brain force to be a good farmer as it does to be a teacher a lawyer or a doctor A Paint Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cifre for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold on a written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented ap13 1 HOS ell Barbers property Jose s particulars 1osEeR Buckeye Churns are War anted Call them andexamine J1R1HASELPENI FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY JSOTHAYS JIHAMIITOX JEROBINSON Hays Hamilton Robinson Attorneys and Counselers at Law LANCASTER KY BE ZI Y B AU GH N EMBALMING i Now is the Harvest time for Bargain Buyers l Fifty pairs MENS SAMPLE SHOES to close out at 175 in Blacks and Tans These shoes range in prices from 300 to 500 We have them in sizes 6 and 7 We have a lot of LADIES SHOES at 50c 75c and 100 in sizes 1 to 3 f Straw Hats at Cost Crash Hats at Cost See our CRASH SUITS at 250 300 and 350 ALL WOOL Crash Suits at 750 A lot of Soft Bo som Monarch Shirts to close at 75cts worth 1 and 125 Beautiful Line of Colored Shirts at 500 Come and look at our NEW STYLE HATS just received All the new things in UNDERWEAR and HOSIERY Handsome line of NECKWEAR Prices lower than ever before Logan Robinson 612 0 t r e THE LEAL1NG HOUSE IN LANCASTER Z7 I t 1 1 LOGAN DRY COMPANY F It is our desire to have as few goods as possible to move so Entire Stock will be included In this Removal Sale r lOur P THURSDAY July 13 189Q UK1IOCHATIC TICKET For Governor William Goebel of Kenton Co For LieutenantGovernor J C W Beckham of Nelson Co For Attorney General Robert J Breckinridge of Boyle Co For Auditor Gus C Coulter of Graves Co For Treasurer S W Hagar of Boyd Co For Secretary of State C B Hill of Clark Co Supt of Public Instruction M V McChesney of Livingston Co For Commissioner of Agriculture I B Nail of Jefferson Co For Railroad Commissioner C C McCnouD Fort this issue at least the policy of THE RECORD is Democratic Capt Landram has gone to the Editors Convention to take a much needed rest I donned the harness this aid 1 cant work in any but demo c atic vehicles During the 80s I a paper here the motto of which was Pure Religion Democracy and good Govern I beg leave toreaffirm my allegiance to that platform The ed itor knew my convictions when bepul k published untarnished nt r wee m inniFinn i iirii i i inifiinijnnLLLJ ILP LJ JLJII LI LI jimu i October 1st we will remove to the NEW BLOCK on the SouthEast side of the Square which is being built on the old Opera House square adjoining the Bank The contractor has promised to complete this building for us by October 1st c E I- On National xz a REMOVAL SALE me to work The click of the presses and Capt Whites call for copy makes me feel like a circus horse when the band begins to play and a tune must be rendered or the perform ance will be declared off I miss Bob Hughes and Harry Giovannoli in the office Sam Miller George Burdett Bully Mason John Woodcock Os car Sweeney Ingin llothwell and others on the street but in the main the old town is the same THE RECORD is a popular journal and I will say nothing to lower it in public I a ked the editor what policy I must pursue and he said I dont care a so you get the paper out this D HUGHES TIlE talk of holding a State Con vention of bolting democrats will not likely materialize If it convenes however it will consist in the main of disappointed democrats those WIll want to make a grand stand play those who bolted long ago and those who thank God that they are not other mon when in fact they arr worse than the average man If they seek to better their condition the are pursuing the wrong course Ii they will remain in the party the may become puritied by an applica tion of those eternal principles whicl seek the betterment of mankind no only in a financial condition but in that deals out justice to the people and that has a tendency to evate them in everything that goes exalt and embellishcivilized life Yet if they do not mean to be true to tin party let them go We had rathe lose a thousand men than to have on spy in the camp or one who apologi es for being a democrat DISAFFECTION follows every Stat Convention especially where the tigb was close The last convention an invincible ticket and it is the duty of every democrat to support it If there is anything wrong in tin party machinery revise and regulate it in the party Do nut join the one my to regulate your own lines Ee member that you are voting for prin ciples and doctrines and not for men If you abandon your political print pies because you think that a fow men have been guilty of fraud why not renounce your religious faitrbe cause you flan jinian Jn the church I I estimation- I dnissue- r a t t nominated I everything elI t t who has done wrong This exposes the folly of such a course Rally around your colors The principles of democracy are many and founded on eternal right and justice DEMOCRATS should look well to the nomination of a candidate for the Legislature He should be popular intelligent and thoroughly in line with the party One who can allay rather than increase disaffection It would be much better to insure party harmony to hold a primary election in order to make a nomination to the party generally Such elections are objectionable in some respects but they come nearer the people who are sovereign and more satisfactory results follow them than a nomination made by the committee or a convention TIll democratic party in this State is without a dailj paper upon which it can rely The Louisville papers change as often as the moon and make their views purely a business transaction Two of them have bolt the party and another which had previously gone astray tried to juml jack in the pasture and fell on top ol she fence favoring the nominees but opposing the platform Such is rotten to the core BOTH of our republican delegations vent to Lexington to join the host vho met there yesterday to select r amb to be sacrificed on the democrat c altar They will not likely find om s pure as a lamb He will be morn ike a goat the blood of which is no icceptable in sacrifices It matter mt little who is nominated for tin pernicious doctrines which they ad orate vill bring about sure defeat THE democratic party advocates the test interests of the people It op posas exclusive privileges in the way f trusts and tatted corporationshigh irotective tariff the father of opprer sion to the poor expansion and its at tendant evils republican extrava gance and corruption in every form and under all circumstances THE Lexington Herald is steering back toward the democratic harbor It announces that if Kentucky must be governed by a machine it prefers Democratic to the Republican jnncUne This is wisdom and such a I I d r acceptable journalism L the 1 f y33 4 Table Damask Red Table Damask worth 30c at20c White Table Damask worth at23c Fine White Satin Damask worth 75 100 and 125 will go in this sale at 42 50 63 75 and 87ic Wash Goods Lawns worth 5c at 3c Lawns worth 81c at 5c Lawns worth 10 and 12c at 7c Lawns worth 15 and 20c at lOc Fine Imported Organdy worth 25 and 30c at I5c In fact our entire Wash Goods Stock will be sacrificed in this removal sale Hosiery One special lot of Misses and Children Ribbed Hose worth lOc at 5c And many other items we can not mention for the want of space Doylies and Napkins Complete line which we will sell at low prices 3 60 course will ultimately be pursued by all democrats if they will stop and look the facts squarely in the face TimE Lincoln county republicans instructed for A A McKinney for State Treasurer and quit This is a deserving compliment to a worthy man and we would not object to his nomination He Fooled the Sururon All doctors told Rcnick IIamiltoncf West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fstual he would die a costly operation was pc formed cured himself with live boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve the wrest Pile cure on Eartn and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist Notice to Farmers Should you not want to sell your wheat at present prices and want to hold for a better market we desire to inform you we have made arrange ments to store 15000 or 20000 bushels wheat here in Lancaster on the usual terms to include fire risk So bring us your wheat We also have for storage account at Louis vine H A B MAIIKSKUUY SON The or H Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomac and liver are out of orber All uch should know thatDr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and gives a splendid appe tite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that berfect health and jreat energy Only 25 cents at any Dru StoreThe apple crop is becoming les promising daily if our little a fair sample The fruit was badly tang by the cureulfo and is dropping ofT rapidly Much of what remains upon the trees is wrinkled and and will no doubt fall before it matures The codlin moth does not appear to have been very prevalent but the other insect was unusually numerous DeWitts Little Early Risers acts as a faultless pill should cleansing and reviving system Instead of weak cuing They are mild and sure small and pleasant to take and entirely free from objectionable drugs They assist rather than compet lin Drug Store lint lie arrangements Appetite Liyer Remedy orchards Storm I only unless S misshapen a the i S t h a Silks Silk Shirt Waist patterns worth SOc per yd will go at 25c Silk worth 75c at 48c Silks worth 100 at 5c Silks worth 125 at 75c Some handsome black Brocade Silk Skirt patterns worth Vie at 38c Very tine black Brocade Silk Skirt patterns worth 100 and 125 will go at 75c per yd White Goods and Notions Big Drives in Embroideries Laces White Quilts Lace Piques India Linens Skirting Ducks Cur tains Swiss Handkerchief Veilings Ribbons Fans Belts BeltBuckles Neck Wear Corsets Ladies Muslin UnderwearHousehold Linen Crash Towel crash worth 5c at 3c Towel crash worth 8Jc at 5c Curtains Please Remember The middle of the year is past and settling time is at hand I Need the Money due me and must insist that my friends call in and settle Sallie 0 Tillett FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE COOP NEW YORK Robinson Office ovei Post Office LANCASTER KENTUCKY ORGANIZED 1888 I AgtsOilll Oil Our method of LOW PRICES will Put Money in your PurseCOME NOW and get the benefits of this great Underprice sale 1 To avoid moving Spring and Summer Goods we are determined if possible to close out our entire stock before October 1st Now in order to do this we know we will have to make Very Low Prices We will not stop at Cost but in many instances will go Below Cost so in this Removal Sale you may expect to get some Real Bargains Come early before the good things are picked upI I 1r Ladies Ready Made Dress Hkirts and Waists Linen Skirts worth SOc at 25c Linen Skirts worth 75c at 48c Linen Skirts worth LOO and L25 75c White Pique Skirts worth 200 at 125 Woolen Skirts worth 150 at 100 Woolen Skirts worth 250 at 150 Woolen Skirts worth 350 at 250 Percale Shirt Waists worth 50c at25c Percale Shirt Waists worth 100 and 125 at 65c Black and Colored Silk Waists will go at about half value Petticoats at great BargainsCarpets and also be included in our Under Price Sale Rugs worth 50c at 2Sc Rugs worth COc at 3Sc Rugs worth 100 at 50c I Iilttin s- Will Shoes and Slippers One lot of Infant Shoes in broken sizes will close at 19c One lot of Misses Spring Heel Shoes in broken sizes at about half value One special lot Ladies Slippers worth 125 at 75c One lot Ladies fine Slippers and Ox fords worth 225 and 250 will go in this sale at 149 One lot Ladies Kid Shoes will close at 48c One lot Ladies Kid Shoes will close at G3c One lot Ladies Kid Shoes worth 150 will close at 5c Broken lots and sizes in Ladies fine Shoes at about half price One lot Mens Shoes worth 125 at 75c Also special low prices on finer grade Mens and Boys Shoes 200 I Dry Goods One lot of All Wool Dress Goods Variety of colors and patterns worth 25c per yd will go in this sale at 15c One lot of plain and fancy Dress Goods worth 15 and 20c Underprice Sale lOc One lot of wool Dress Fabrics worth 50c will close at 25c One lot tine Imported Dress Goods worth 100 per yd will be slaughtered at 50c Fine all wool German Dyed Black Henrietta will also during this under price sale for much less than value Towels Towels worth 5c at 3c Towels worth lOc at 5c Towels worth 15c at lOc Towels worth 25ct 17 Jc Towels worth 35 and 40 at 25c soldb3 j Capital Surplus Fund gtffOOOO BUSINESS SOLICITED arefnl and Prompt Attentloa Qo f 1C HiQeiNBOTHlX Lxvria Y LXAVXLL 1 F HUDsON V O RlBNKT OD WAIKKB Presides Oufclei Assistant Cashj Bookkeeper DIRKCTOM J8JOHHK M YLBATIL- LT2fAKOLB BFH0 SOW JJWALUB 10OHt ett JMHIaeIxaOTYax Lawn II bOLD JL luJU Y Vice Preaideat Q 1LEIriu Rattiitaalri c e r1- R a w Clothing and Furnishing Goods Boys Knee Pants at l 25 31 and SOc worth double the money Boys Knee Suits at 75 98 115 135 and 150 worth considerably more money Big Values in Mens Suits at 250 300 400 500 and 750 Large variety Mens Pants at Low PricesSee Mens Shirts at 15 20 25 38 and 50c Our line of Mens and Boys Hats will also be sold at Low Prices Our Premium Tickets wIll be given during this sale same as heretofore 1 TIN After Oct 1 the Logan Goods Co will be located in their new building near National Bank Recollect Good Values prices are always interesting to CASH buyers GOODS Dry atPopular THE LOGAN DRY XI1e Eeadilt1g CJUse ia1 aa1casterJ1r o J iIft m CENTRAL RECORD WEEK BY LOUIS LANDXASf Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY EVEBY TEEMS ONE Y AB IH ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS THBEB 25 foU NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER IT This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky havingv been recently equipped with Marvelous The new discovery in optical science I wish to say to the Ladies J that These Lenses FLATTER E Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs In Mould A ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph the most Elaborate Paintings among the lot is the New French t FLEDRDErLIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures y Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices f We will save you money 121 Third Street Opposite Post Office Fox fir GaZZery f ft The j J t iw rrvw j3DEET4E nastimate Lenses f tot See our Beautiful Line Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS Best Quality LowPrices OF TIME TABLES K C Braach- Boathbad Mixed passes Lancaster 11 10 AX Nortbbad Mixed Northbad FaMgr 1 2 AM 335 t oK x Borthbad I12A1- t 7 yr F 0 Paines Compound Gives Strength Celery f Best spring medicine strongWe R E MCRQBERTS f NOTICE All haying mln t the estate of Sr deceased will file according to law with me or my attorae IsWlllia s oa or before July 15 H J BOURSE Admr lsaa them W 15k Jtti J rues clans Montgoater ores B i J w J I oM oU OCgCDHOOQUOUO GOU aOU fU UUUU UUUUU U iU U SOlI4 tOLD Sends his Hot Rays But we can help you Prepare for Them If you have not supplied yourself with Light weight Clothing come to us We will f r 11010001000000 t o F Help You A TIGHT PUCE Out Oi YOU SHOULD WAK IBTJIE3 To the 1 i nrniuunuv a Uvvvc vwvc Iii Fact that x our Line ff derwear 4s Ele gant Our Shoes are beauties and Ijf of Un i I ARE A SOLID CDMFDRT P I ili We can j Dress the Fat Man so to keep him Cool and Happy oauooooUuoo14t I i I I i We can fit you out your Summer Visit F for Make It A Point To see our Handsome line of Hats We have a complete stock of the celebrated John B Stetson hats the best in world unn f a a o l i We study to Please our Patrons and give you the Best Values for Least Money T H E GLOBE J L Co DANVILLE KY ffffiffflfiffiifiifflfwwwwwwwww wtfiffHFw nIt J JL ooooa oo t V ro mallt UIU h i inf f p Q a 0 44 1j- j CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY Jrfly 13 I89j Miss Amy Davidson is visiting Miss Carrie Currey Miss Daisey Copier of Danville is visiting Annie Hill Miss Best is visiting Miss Louise Farris Danville ave Mrs Adeline Sacrey is visiting her nephew Mr Jas Hill Miss Mattie Thompson is visiting relatives in Stanford Miss Amanda Anderson is visiting relatives in London Ky Miss Dove Harris entertained a few friends Saturday evening Miss Pearl Hill is at home after a visit to friends in Danville Miss Annie Austin is spending sev eral weeks at Dripping Springs Prof and MrsLipscomb of Missouri are guests of Mr and Mrs Turleys Miss Nellie Dillon has returned from a pleasant visit to Richmond friends Miss Fannie Parks of Paint Lick has been visiting Miss Annie Royston Misses Sallie Elkin and Margaret Murphy have gone to Lake Chautau qua Miss Eugenia Busby of Williams burg is visiting her aunt Mrs W N BushMessrs Howard and Emmet Marrs of Danville were visitors in this city SundayMr Brown wife and chil dren of London are visiting Mrs R G Ward Mr Frank Bacon of Louisville has been the guest of his friend Mr Rich ard Ryan Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford was the guest of Miss Eugenia Bush last week Miss Mary Burnside left this week to join a party for a weeks stay at Dripping Springs Misses Tillie and LucIa Arnold of Paint Lick are visiting Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold Miss Jennie Doty after a few days visit to Miss Vesta Lackey has re turned to her home Misses Miller of Owensboro and Oelge of Cloverport are the guests of Mrs Robert Embry Mrs Pattie Hayes and little daugh ter of Stanford have been visiting Mrs Mildred Beazley Mrs Moody Harden returned to Covington accompanied by her little niece Miss Mary Smith Dr Simpson Elkin of Atlanta has joined his charming wife for a weeks visit to relatives in this city Mr Claude Royston with Sprague Warner Co Chicago will arrive Saturday to visit his Miss Katie Dooley of Lexington is spending a weeks vacation with her Mr and Mrs Dooley Mr T J Hatchers family have from Wayne county where they have been visiting relatives Mesdames Mattie Oneal and L F Hubble are visiting their friend Mrs Gowen in Kemberlin Heights Tenn Mrs Sam Woolridge and daughter Miss Mary leave this week for severa weeks visit to Harrodsburg relatives Mrs Mary L Swope and Master Floyd K have returned from a visit to relatives in Danville and Boyle Co Mr and Mrs Robert Kinnaird gave a musical the past week in honor of the civil engineers who were camping hereMesdames J II Garrison E H Smith Miss Mamie Henry of El Dorado Ark are visiting relatives in this city Miss Mary L Grimes left last week for Lexington to attend a houseparty and visit her aunt Mrs W H Bright of that city Mrs John Rose and pretty little daughter Pearl of Louisville have re turned home after a visit to Hugh M Smith and family Rev Massee has returned from Ga where he has been visiting ais parents who have been quite sick but are much better Mrs Louis Landram left Monday to visit her sister Mrs A H Rice in Nashville and attend the houseparty of Miss Bigelow in Trenton Tenn Col Jim Crow Dillon is visiting his sister in Cincinnati He has been in bad health lately and his legion ol friends hope the trip will improve him Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird entertained very handsomely last Fri lay evening in honor of their Hisses Pattie and Maggie Burnside 01 BarbourvilleMisses of Georgia Dunn of Louisiana Eugenia Busby of Will amsburg Eugenia Bush and Iay Hughes of Lancaster are being ntertalned at a houseparty given by Eugene Berkele at Bryantsville- Mr W C Wherritt ofNew Orleans Mrs W M Bogle of Owens x ro Mr and Mrs Harry Wherritt md of Cincinnati and Mrs Arth ir Hubbard nee Wherritt of Covin are being entertained at a house arty by Mr and Mrs W H Wher rltt Verily this is a family affair Jsseij Qora elia Ward EmRi I HUtooatlnOOuIIU f i parents p rents f and J Atlanta very nieces Iran I T J riidJ 1PERsoT1AJt- i l returned i Bessie SIrs son ton N aid R 7m Soaper Vesta Lackey of Kansas City Jennie Lackey Francis Lillian Mar garet and Bessie Shugars Messrs O W Shugars and II W Batson have gone to Kentucky River to camp for ten days They will be joined by a party from Richmond and one f om ParisRichmond W C Herndon of Lancaster is presiding as special Judge in the case of Thomas Kidwell vs the Commonwealth in the Estill Circuit Court Judge Herndon formerly a resident of Irvine was a gallant soldier on the Union side dur ing the Rebellion At the battle of Stone River he received a wound in his left foot was casually examined by a surgeon and marked as a case for am putation A comrade B II Sale discovering the condition of his friend carried him on his back to a tent where a surgeon was engaged in the performance of his duties et extracted the wounl dressed re sulting in saving the wounded Go Go Kllsworth Kansas Paper This was the advice of Horace Greelj1 to a smooth faced youth who had come to consult the sage with to the best course for a boy to pursue in order to succeed in life No doubt the famous journalist had in mind a material success when he gave the above advice as many of those who followed it bear testimony today But whether Mr Greelysmind extend ed further than the Colorado line is questionable for surely there is better soil this side Perhaps he may have thought of minerals rare and of cli mate fair but not of moisture for it isnt there The young max who goes west today expecting to find gold nuggets as plen tiful as pebbles on the beach will find himself woefully mistaken he had take a few nuggets with him to be safe If he goes to the coast with Ji view of farming or fruit raising and selects a tract of land in one of the rich valleys he will doubtless be sur prised on being informed that the land is valued at from 30000 to 50000 per acre The per cent that such an yields is on a sliding which is about as liable to slide one way as the other Should the young man enter mercantile life he will find as many strong competitors on tIn Pacific coast as he ever contended with east of the Alleghanies The fact is the California of today is not the gold fields of 49 Eastern men with their methods and their nione have transformed the western slope and made it a worthy rival of the New England states Occasionally the visitor meets with one of the old 49ers but they are back numbers by the modern Californian and laughed at for being stupid enough to dig in the earth af ter the glittering gold when it was S much easier to extract it from the un wary tourist The 4Jer when compar ed with the 99er is like RipVan Winkle he has been sleeping yearsThe of California has indeed made wonderful advancement in the last two decades Most of the gardens orchards and meadows were but bar ren wastes in 1879 but by the magic touch of irrigation they have beet made to blossom like the rose am yield abundant crops It is the boast of the California farmer that he hay something to sell every month in the yearThe advancement made along the lines of education is likewise note worthy churches and school house dot the state in fair proportion to hei inhabitants and need I say that tit wealth of the last has been spent with a lavish hand in building all the large cities in the sunset state No wonder California is considered a great state since she gets gold from the earth gold from the east and gold from the islands of the Pacific not to mention the gold received from the thousands of health and pleasure seek ers who visit her shores annually But better than the gold is the men who by dint and toil have made California the garden state of America Go west young man go west is just as good advice today as when it was first given by the great editor Only let the young man go with a will to work and fortune will meet him with a smile If I were going to California to in the mercantile business I would locate in San Francisco If farming were my choice the San Ja quin valley would be my home if I to cultivate fruit 1 would select the Santa Clara valley or the Sacra mento valley If I were an invalid and in search of health I would live in Los Angeles If I sought pleasure and culture and had a competency tt permit it 1 would doubtless become a permanent resident of San Jose but if I wanted to dig gold I would go to she Klondyke or Alaska- I am asked so often it I would like to live in palifornia Let me say once for yes prpvjdlng J might be lowed Select my own location for there are some beautiful spots in that great Pacific state but like all other sections of the foot stool California has her drawbacks More than half the state is a barren waste all for want of water 1 believe the day will come when by a simple method of ir rigation the great desert that lies be tween the east and the sunset slope will be made to yield rich harvests When that day comes every body will want to move to California The worst features of a trip to Cali fornia at the present are crossing the sandy plains and paying the railroad company at the same time for the pri vilege Remove these obstacles and the state would have to widen her borders T Tsacy RegisterlIon had the bul plan cat better scale fortwen desired ale to member WeatYouu reference investment considered engage all K Sweeney J H Thompson sold to J Thom son 35 hogs at 3JO per hundred- S Morgan bought a lot of lambs from Ike Philips near walnut tint S Morgan Bought 40 head of fat from A J Thompson at 337J W II Brown and Jno Cress deliver ed 10 hogs to O B Perkins at 325 per hundredThomas Thurman deputy sheriff of Troy Mo says if everyone in the United States should discover the of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for piles rectal troubles and skin diseases the demand could not be supplied 1m Stormes Drug Store Miss Iva Harbor of Texas is her sister Mrs J H Thompson Miss Fannie Austin has gone to Rich mond to pay her sister Mrs II B Arnold a pleasant visit Miss Annie Deshon and Ella Holtclaw have retur ned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Livingston Miss Sue Layton and Brother of Cincinnati visited their friends Miss Jennie and Orace Morgan Thursday Mrs Eva Wrayand pretty little son Dan are visiting W P Deshon and family this week Miss Georgia Delph of Louisville is visiting her Uncle Mr Dave Stevens this week You get up in the mcrnmg tired a bad taste in the mouth and headache Know whats the matter Biliousness Take DeWitts Little Early Riser They regulate the liver and cure pleasantly and promptly Never gripe 1 m Stormes Drug Store Wabash county it is said will not produce enough wheat this year for bread and seed for its farmers J hogs virtue visiting constipation 8 BRADFIELDS FEMALE RECULATOR 9 is for womens diseases and irregu J larities It cures everything is commonly called a acts directly upon all the distinct jj organs of generation driv I ing out weakness and imparting 6 strength regulating the monthly flow fc It sickly C again 1 a bottle stores X y Send for a free book about it 8 Jonas Well purchased of C M Clay Jr 250 lambs at 5 cents They will he shipped to Jersey City and are a tine a lot as ever left Bourbon Paris Kentuckian BySpecial R Goldstein will Remain in Lancaster Ky at the Hamilton House a few Days Only in andweakly women strong and well The Bradfleld Regulator Co Atlanta Ga Request Dr I G t C is my specialty to fit glasses in such n manner that they relieve the eyestrain perfec tly fitting the eye with spectacles that you can ee with ease and comfort thus preserving the In examining the eye only the latest and most improved methods and instruments are usedPhysicians especially are invited to call and investigate my methods of correcting error of refraction Many cases of headache neural 4ia nervousness irritability insomnia vertl nervous prostration and the seeming su pidityof children are to defective vision caused by an abnormal curvature of tin cornea or crystaliue lens or to an irregularitj of the refracting media of the eye and are re lieved at once qpou the application the proper glasses Ninety per cent of the people over 10 years of age need glasses and 50 per cent oi the 90 need them for distance Glasses are not always given to improve eyesight but to relieve undue strains to nature Thousands of eyes are ruined yearly Seven persons out ten have neither eyes alike and one out of twenty astigmatism hence the necessity gf testing each eye tepar ately Special attention is given to any sue quality that may exist between the refraction of the eye OpticHl science has made many rapid advan within the last few years The correct of spectacles has become a distinct profession The optician who thorough understands his business realizes fully that iu adjusting glasses for his patients he It Creating with a most delicate and precious argiiu where the slightest error may result seriously while if he does his work well he not only gives comfort aud ease to his patients but lu many Instances restores Special care should be alien lh ilrit par of spectacles nor should it be uttem pted with uttle gin Pf A responsible optican It id wo jt important that the lenses should be accurately centred and of the best quality and frames so made that the wearer looks directly through the center Glasses nicely fitted to the rave become an ornament as well as a necessity eye O dQo es Iou in electing t- It often assist the sght ihi Fitting children with spectacles a specialty Parents do not neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases solicited All questions la regard to tbe eyes chee fully Consultation Sad Examination Free Qfflce from 10 a m o 3 p a at the Hamilton onas Lancaster Ky MQudi y July 17 t answered 1889 earl wyae s 4is t14Y5 ForCoughs Croup HoarsenessLa Asthma BronchitisConsumption 1tI JE OTlUG L I Basis Alex Simpson sold to Joseph Sim pson 23 hogs at 335 per hundred What you want is not temporary from piles but a cure to stay DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures ples and they stay cured 1m Stormes Drug Store Water is very scarce and the gard ens are about gone and we have had only one blackberry cobler but spring hie kens are still plentiful for which e are very thankful- A large crowd and a great many rom a distance attended church here and pastor Tike preach ed a very excellent funeral discourse in memory of Mrs George Sabastin and son Marion deceased There is a time for all this gs T e time to take DeWitts Little Early Risers is when you are suffering from constipation biliousness sickhead ache indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles 1m Stormes Drug Store Professer J W Moore opened his school at Spoonville to day the 10 iust with a full attendance- T P Anderson i worthy and re lined scholar of Xina will open a school at West Point on the 4th Mon day in this month Rev A J Pike Will preach a semi on at Freedom on the fourth Sunday evening of this month at ioclock Ills subject will be on Intemyerance- W M Gallagher of Bryan Pa says For forty I have tried various cough medicines One Minute Cough Cure is best of It relieves instant ly and cures all throat and lung trou bles Im Stormes Drug Store cured I Nine I years I e relief nay s all TAKE Tar IT 13 THE GREAT THROAT AN LUNG REMEDY FoleysHoney Your correspondent attended the ticnie at Silver Creek Bridge on last Tuesday the 4th where there were congregated not less than two thocs and people The work is being pushed on church two carpenters and two painters at work and all who June subscribed for the work are invited to please send in their mite by the third Sunday AMERICAS REPRESENTATIVE FASHION MAOAZINe THE DESIGNERPub- lished Monthly WITH HANDSOME COLORED PLATES ALSO ILLUSTRATES The Celebrated STANDARD PATTERNST- he only reliable patterns because they allow seams Subscription Price 100 a year 10 cents for single copies CANVASSERS WANTED FOR THIS PUBliCATION Liberal cash commission Write for sample copy and terms to Subscription Department THE DESIGNER 3 West 14th Strut New York City j 999999999 I Freedom ww rRRNRRRHR Somthing Everybody Wants BUGGY SURREY RDADWAUIM OR ANY KIND OF VEHICLE Cheaper than Any Place in Central Ky I Also Best Rubber Tires Mannfactured W J ROMANS LILL ITD fc STOUT ICY CAN SELL YOU Paint V Wall Tintings Cheapar than any House in this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced GOOD DANvILL1i Call and see this Celebrated at It fully Wanpknteand Excels all others All Kinds Farm Jtcliiuery Always on Hand fttrta MBIP Wwotor OnAi 38 acre Piano and Organ Director MM Doet Oxo I GS ES1 I BEAU M0 Southern Girl School Larticalaasperhaps is essential efof aD el 1 Six IIi Superb la Art and mlleaaty tadentsrise repreAeDted non r M MO li lIe Itali b1eTII SMITH Aluadau of 111111 0TL jtJ r Wagon ckIT the T suit r Isroa eua Itsr the YSktaA14t 1 IY I wpadsr if I were to knock at your floor yould you opn unto me Sunday WAS regular meeting day at Level Green If this don not find its way to the wvfcd biskit I will come again Miss Bsrtha B bison is the gut of her cousins Miss Dara and Leah Robison Miss Bessie Bolton who is visiting her cousin Miss Jessie Allen expects to return to her home at Richmond in a few lays Miss Rose Napier after visiting hofne folks fr a few wc3ks has returned to Glay where she will open up a school She was accompanied by her sister Miss Discovered by a AVomun Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches ubon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She linally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings Discovery for Con sumption and was so much relieved on taking first lOse that she sledt all night and vvith two bottles has been absolutly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes w c 11am nick Co of Shelby N C Trial bot tIe free at 11 E Mclloberts Drug Store LaIn who will visit up there for a mouth or so Wells after a brief visit to friends and relatives liera left Saturday for Burgin where she will spend two weeks and then re turn to her home in Camden Ohio Mrs Jack Ilammack and daugh ter Mrs Fred Koahler were visiting the formers sister at Ilarrorisburg last week Wilmof who has been visiting Mrs J B Carter for several weeks returned to her home in Broadhcad last week Jim Smith pays Lowell a visit every Sunday p m what is the attraction Jims Mrs Dannie Moore was the guest of Mrs J L Wells returned to her home in Camden Sunday accompanied by Miss Rebecca Wells We weie all glad to see Miss Roda and Mrs Moore but they did us a great injury in taking Miss Rebecca away She was the star of our happy and her many Glorious New Comes from Dr IX B Cargile of Washita 1 T lie writes Four hot j ties of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terridle sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could help but her cure is complete and her health is excellent This shows what thousands haY proved that Electric Utters is the best blood purifier Its the supreme remedy for eczem tetter liver kidneys and vowels ex pjl poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only SO cents sold by R E McRoberts Druggist Ouaarnteecl friends regret to see her leave but trust prosperity and happiness will fol low her where over she may Several of i lying trip to Cincinnati Sunday All report a nice tithe while there but oh what a difference on ronday Eph 3 Fammack accompanied Miss Rebecca Wells as far as Paint Lick Saturday Gibson Allen is suffering very much with his eyes he says it is the result of his trip to the city but we dont know it Oscar Ilammack of Paint Lick was visiting home folks Sunday What among human ills are more annoying than piles The afflictions that prevent active exercise are bad enough but one that makes even rest miserable is worsa Women are amonj its grcitcsfc martyrs TABLE1VS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cire the most obstinate cases Price 59 els in bottle tubes 7 c C C E Stormes Mr Jacob Clouse bought a sow and scvei from Win Coldiron for SSOJ Mr John hatching began his free school at Lawsoirs school house July 10th with good attendance J A Shear of Sedalia Mo saved Ills child from death by croup by One Minute Cough Cure Jt coughs colds pneumonia la grippe and all throat and Jung troubles 1m Sornies Drug Store Salem Gillispies colored house burned to the ground Sunday night while all were at church There was not anything saved also several out houses were burned JMiw Ella and Bessie Spanglcr were iljtt guests of your correspondent last week Mrs Ebb Scott nee Miss Luli2 TV rcnc1 died Friday night We She has been sick several months and leaves a husband four small Jiud relatives to mourn her loss She was laid to rest In the Paint Lick cemstery on Sunday morning at 10 oclock AS NATURE WARNED SJainre herself clad4n ihe early garb of trees and flowers causing je despondent chord to vibrate to this the of all springtime and how co Ialsiria Fever If so must Slot this warn as it is an indication of sickness consult us as our advice costs you nothing Dc Carlstedts German Liver oae dose a day at bed time for six days tbeg follow by a bottle of Yucatan Tonic the directions and after two weeks course of these two great remedies you will feel like the flowers look in the spring Prepare for the mala rial or hot season when the atmosphere is full of perms If necessary and when system warns you above These in stock sad sold by- B 35 by iio al j I I ic ersvil1eI orB ra u New i tiss Roda iss Bettie group l the p J tt of 0 children t O most you feel Have yoU that he forerunneof i Call oti your druggist and a bottle q Pow tl I Roberts t c I o 1 1 r rJ N given p gotCarte sville F1awcd jugs usi cum La- Ulung tr and Typ ayoidt1 1 b i Prsachcrsuille Menifee Elmore bought a calf from Mrs Payne for 1200 Tim Payns sold a work horse to Richard Robinson for 3300 J F Holtzcbiwand W H Cummins attended at Halls Gap Sunday For Sores Ulcers Burns Galls Piles nothing so good as Banner Salve the most healing medicine in the world 25c C C J E Stormes Miss Jennie Pettus from this place will teach the White Oak school this year Imperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of the system which grow and are confirmed neglect 1IERBINE gives tone to the stomach and causes good diges Price 50 cts J C J L Ctarmes The entertainment given by the debating Society last Friday night war well attended Dr Kinnaird of Lancaster was here Monday to see Uncle Gran s wife who has dropsy To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain nourishing fOLd and WHITES CUEAM VERMI FUGE The result will be the worms will disappear and tile child become healthy and cheerful Price cts C C J E Stormes Miss Mary Hamlin of Chicago and MisiCaryBaugh of London are visiting jliss Audio Cummins Mr James Lawrence who has sever grandchildren was married to Miss Sowders who is about 17 on the 4th Those who live on farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BAL LAUDS SNOW LINIMENT is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 cts 1m C C J E Stormes J Ballard has taken a contract to put Mr J J Thompsons meadow up in stack at 140 per acre There are about acres Rev F S Pollett presidinng FIdel of the Danville District will preach hare on Friday night before the iifth Sunday in this month Is your liver tired Does it fail to do its duty If so dont neglect its call 1 for help A few doses of IIERB1NE may save you a spell of sickness hER only perfect liver medi cine It cures Chills and Fever Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes Mrs Sam Fields and her sister Mrs Keoler visited Mrs S E Ilammack Would Have Cost 15im ISf Life I have been using Foleys Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stat ing it gave me permanent cure of disease which certainly would have cost me my life I recommed it to anyone afflicted with kidney trouble Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky C C J E Stormes aunt Wednesday S E Ilammack sold to Yants Steward for SSOO A Ross sold two hogs to Fado Parks for 570 Several in this vicinity have been threatened with flux Dr Ed Poyntz has a bad case of TJXIS lever and nothing but a visit to time coast or a look upon time cotton 11 will do him good We are now in the midst of a very drouth and the farmers are all looking rather blue Corn is suITe Ing for rain and the grass is almost burnt up To cure piles STIUKE ATTIIB UOOT fiats the way DeWitts Witch Ila zal Salve STUIKKS AT TIlE HOOT it re moves the CAUSE quickly and perman ently squander money in a vain effort to remove the 1m Stormes Drug Store The people in this community very much that Squire W II Kinnaird has resigned Every one that any business transa tions with him compliment him in the highest terms Rev Echols preached here Sunday with Mr John Wallace was chosen Superintendent and Mrs Anna Secretary There lit No QuuKf ipu Afjpiit It No question indeed with those who have used it but that Foleys Cure is absolutely reliable for all ney and Bladder disease C G J E Stormes It the party iha has applied for li cense to seLl vljisky hj this precinct could have been at preafjhyigJastSunj day evening Slid seea jjx v soine of his customers behaved themselves during Service he would haye been disgust ed and would never soil another drop E W Norris sold n bunch of culyes to Ernest Woods at S20 per head WHITES CREAM not only effectually expels worms but unequaled as a tonic and is a certain and permanent cure fOr Chills and Fever in children Price 25 cts J E Stonncs- g Mrs J T Jckley and daughter Miss Maggie of Lincoln arc visiting rcihUye9 here Miss Mary Andrew a pretty blonde of Galveston Texhs is tfsI g bop inany relatives here She is a perfec tyyieOjf woman Vncl the way the youiig jaenjire castingvsheeps eyes at her there be hearts when she returns tyi TAn Rtnr state J E meeting I U n An epson 1 O It is time kidney ahog T Leaf r t Ids any S Were ont time and EFFEC S regret ever had aye100 WI 1 PUpi S m Adams Kid C Ric hood man sad IifV tF lf j r r7J Cf emil tio JNE Haiiiiai1 heir 1jdn ITERIIi1J v the Wheeler Wilson Sewing Maciie0 a Rotary Motloa Ball Bearings For sale b- yE15T JSmnld Lancaster Kentucky K3HGHTS OF PVTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Kniglist of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Knights are fraternally ED BISHOP C C S HASELDEX KR S INSURANCE Aetna Queen PalatineNational Hartford Dilewarc Mil traiee Continental Glens Falls German American Flienix of Brooklyn New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North BrItish Merchantile Aetna LifeM Co Mortal Bids For Water Sealed bills for furnishing water to the city of Ltiucutiter Ky will be received 1 y tLe City Council of said city until Suturd y July 22 1819 nt 10 oclock a in Water to be furnished from Dix river 2J miles distant The city will contract for fifty hydrants fo term of twenty years The city reserves right to reject any and all bids The city the right to purchase the plant in five or twenty years us it sees proper ittious on tilt i Mayors office Lancaster J C THOMPSON JKSTOKMES Comtcu Notice of Election Notice is hereby giTcn that on June 2Jth iSIS the following order was duly made and entered by the Garrard County Court and on June 27th a certified copy thereof given by the Clerk of said Court to the Sherriff Garrard County towit Garrard County Court- J tine Term J line 1899 A petition signed by the required number of votes asking that the sense of the people shall be taken in voting Precinct So 1 of Magisterial district No upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquor shall be sold bartered or loaned there in having been tiled in the court before the Judge thereof on the 22nd day of May 1899 It is now ordered that on the 2Jth day of July 1899 the Sheriif of Garrard county will open a poll in voting precinct No 7 magiste rial district 3 for the purpose taking the sense of the legal voters thereof upon the proposition Whet er or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or ed therein Before the opening of said poll and within seven days from the time ha receives this order Sheriff of Garrard county will publish this order in a weekly newspaper of the cyujity haying the largest circula tion at least lwp wpeiw Jbefore the hpjding of said election and will also advertise by printed hand bills gjntauiingacppy pf order posted at five places within said district for at leasp two weeks before the Jjplding tf said election Jho Clerk of tjje Garrard County Court will certify a order to time SheriJT of sjd county on or be fore tHe 1st day of July 1809 A true copy Attest J M DUNCAN CIk Pursuant to said order there shall be opened a poll at each and all of the voting places in said district on the 28Ui day of July 1899 for the purpose set out in said order GJy n tinder my hand oh June 28 899 J B SAUNDERS Sheriff Garrard County AIVI- Siting invited R KiNNAIRD Followin ComDanies COmte lt of Ky a and No for same c J l f tf I I 9 1 am- a Ito Spe 18f ion ti this Paint Lick Moore Son bought several bushels of wheat for vhich they paid G 5 cents A p cnic will be given in Flatwood on Ju ly 15 Admission 5 and 10 cents The Lancaster band will furnish and there will be a game of base ball Everybody invited Mr McBride of Louisville is the guest of J 15 Guynn A crowd of young people went to Slate Lick Springs last week and had good time The Paint Lick band furnished music for the occasion Mrs B M Lear and family Miss Mattie McCormack Misses Ramsey and Mr E L Jennings went to last week liiing Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumpison Dr Bells PineTarHoney will cure it give such strength to the lungs a cough or a cold will not settle Twentyfive cents at McRob Drug Store im Stone Born to the wife of Allie 28th ult a lint boy Dewey Pres tonFin Leavell of color sold to O J Hardin a calf at 18 Miss Mary Leavell of Point Leavell opened school at Scotts Fork last Monday with very good attendance We were mistaken in the time set for our protracted meeting instead of beginning the fifth Sunday in this month it will begin on after the 4th Sunday in this month Virgil Wearner and wife of Kirks ville attended preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs Joe Ray W T West and family of your city visited T L Saunders and family last Sunday Mr and Mrs Landram Burdett and little daughter Edna of Mt Hebron isited Mat Folger and family Weak Eyes Are Matte Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and so n a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Stor1m CASE AGAINST FIELDS Four Times lies Judge Combs Alleged Slayer Been Called to Trial Jury Iiiipanuelcd BARBOUUSVILIE Ivy July 8 The case against Jesse Fields for the leged murder of Judge Combs in Perry county was called for the fourth time Monday and a jury was impaneled Thusday Judge Brown of London is the special judge Judge S U Dish man acting commonwealth attorney Capt Golden is conducting the No new evidence is expected Fields expreses much confidence in a favorable verdict Over Cot witnesses and the friends of the parties con cerned ate here but no trouble is May Prisoners iree LEXINGToN Ky July 11 Judge will take some measures to force Warden Eph Lillard of the peniten tiary to accept the prisoners from the Fayette county jail or else he may set them at liberty Because of time small in jail there Warden Lillard has continually refused to take the pris oners although all signs of the dis case have passed away several weeks TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see tfcat blood Is rich and and whole system put in a perfectly healthy condition by th use of Dr German Liver Powder Then you will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds pod the grip Dr Carlstedts German Itver Powder the best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Price 25c and 5Qe p Bottle For sale by TI la 11 ivuofMts FOR THE REPUBLICANS The Lexington Chamber of Commerce A rancnff for a Barbecue to the to the state Convention LEXINGTON Ky July a The chain her of commerce busy making for entertaining1 the delegates to the republican convention to be held here next week Gen Taylor and Col Stone have en gaged headquarters at time Phconix hotelThe Chautauqua ended Friday The auditorium decorations will remain for the convention The chamber of commerce will at tempt something entirely new by giv ing the delegates and visitors a barbe cue Arrangements are being made feed 3000 people The spread is to be ready Wednesday afternoon bert a famous burgoo maker will have charge He will make 700 Ions of the burgoo There will be two bar ecued beeves 12 of mutton 10 shoats and 2000 loaves of bread sides scores of country hams and No More Shakes TRY Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont TqJ9 a HfortMess Sutstitufi fffit 5JC thousand music t Lexington Prestonon Tuesdaynight Sunday ale defense expected ot Bullock po twn CIA i andvisitors toot Gus Jau gaI- n belle e r ltisidon YUfJATA E McRobertS 1 s- i yFlI f Y 1 tit nd mat Delegates preparations stat chickens r li 455aa c BryantsvilleQu- ite a number from this vicinity attended the camp meeting at Wil more Sunday Mrs Woolfolk and little daughter from Lexington are visiting her at this place Miss Lizzie Dunn returned to her home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Nicholasville Mrs Dr Armstrong is visiting her sister Mrs Ison in TVilmore Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett visited in Danville Monday Mr and Mrs The liaglc King of all iliru is noted for its keen sight clear aud distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids Sold at 25cts McPoberts Drug Store 1m Dan Collier were called to the bed siee of Mr and Mrs Nevius who are critically ill at this writing Mr Dave Dunn of Danville visited his father Capt Ike Dunn of tire Bend neighborhood The Lancaster telephone has been out of order for several weeks and is causing much complaint The farmers are busy threshing and delivering their wheat The yield is not as good as was expected Go to J S ITaselden and have your old saddle made new Coughed 25 years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PincTarIJon y It has saved my life J C Bosell Grantsburg Ill McRoberts 1m Mr James Ilardin bought of Mr John Long one cow and for 35 Messrs Lish Forbes and Brack War ner went to Lexington Sunday Miss Lura visited Miss Saddler at Teatersville Miss Annie Yantis is visiting friends at Mt Sterling Mrs P G Warner and son Robert are visiting relatives in Stanford this week Little Maude Perrin returned home with them after a six weeks visit here OIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety per cent of all sickness is caused tv not properly digested it creates pot sons and goes yonr blood anti then yon are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to Use Dr Carlstedts German Powder and watch the results You will feel the good effects after taking one dose Give it a be convinced Price 25c Or Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children For sale by R E McRoberts lie la Not a Candidate for Governor on An Independent Ticket aud U JJot a Candidate for Co igrea LEXINGTON Ky July 11 Anent the story sent out from Bowling Green that the 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sOi Thursday AI 10 1899 THE DR REID situated at Old Paint Lick on the Richmond and Lancaster pike 8 miles from Lanca teratul depotThewell Improved with good new residence 0 chard and all necessary ontbnlldinfw such as office In time yard smoke house carriage house Ice house Ac Also splendid slatted double corn cribs capacity of ICObarrelscwo tobacco barns one of which N new stock barn and tenant house ELEGANT COMMUNITY within one hundred yards of church scho 1 house post and store The farm will bj offered In two tracts j acres with the Im provements SS acres unimproved said tracts divided by the pike aud then as a whole the bid or bids accepted which realize the greattr sum Sale wilt begin at 11 a m l 0 acres of knob land tire or six miles dis tant wlI go with the farm TEUMS OF SALE Onethird cash balance In one sod two years with C per cent Interest T D ENGLISH Aucr Danville Ky OIoA FAE oice W I LETCHER Central Covington Stock Yards Kentucky Are located s o as to offer special inducements to the shippers South ofthe Ohio River in saving extra expense and time In addition to the lo cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the market for all kinds of Stock care privilege selling which will be of benefit to you Central Covington Stock Yards Co Commission firms will give prompt attention to consignments East dont fail to ourWhefl shipping consign A BUSINESS success in life This being conceded t is of first importance to get your training at the school that strandsln tim very front rank TILE BRYANT STKATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY BOOKKEEPING HORTH AND TaEIAWIY R T EM BUY Bookkeeper PILE CURE EDUCATION Is absoluteyneces3ary to the yonn man or young woman who would win Seven experienced teachers each one a spcaM In his lineGraduates of refrred by KotttetbfIlCOJia s a book from graduates prominent the United ttatesit will be tnailldi t t g1iR toii3llR onsign yojir stqc tovv IT Pabensein Harris g 06ner Jiye stock Bferchanfo Central Coy Covington Kvor Union Stock Yards 0 shipping East bill our care privilege selling Stock Yards wil it to your advantage tad give your stockspecial personal no gOIIlDlis ion When StockYards t2r rI 5t 2