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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 13, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899071301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 13, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Wxt LOUIS LANDRAM, Publisher. mttm Entered at the Pont Office in Lancaster. Ky., a Second Clats Matter.l NUMBER 14 LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 1 13, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A tfEAR r WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME. 1 I Keep cool, bjk using Joseph's pret-- j SHOULD THE COUNTRY WI5EKLY Farmers, Attention. Beautiful display of ' tv fans. BE Dry Goods at Joselks. Storage furnished for wheat. See R. G. Ward for particulars. Lancas (Louis Land ram. Lancaster Record.) J. Joseph has an line of The orettiest lines Of Parasols evor ter Mills & Elevator Co. found a copy of the paper which slippers. Ladies, calltnd see them. shown in Lancaster is fx be found at I Capt. Louis Landram will read at the V Elopement. Joseph's. Lexington CoBreatloB. .Lioveiy xauetas, ccepons, Gloves Mr. Burnside, son of Bean Burnside, Editor's Convention, at Henderson. It New line bslt buckles and fancy goods this week. and Dimmitties at Jo&ph's. Highest price paid for all kinds of and Miss 'Laf one II umber, age 10, is a splendid production, and, believThompson the Jeweler. A special telegram to Thk Record Jefferson-villproduce, at Faulconer and Gaines ing that his patrons are entitled to all The Ladies Aid Society will meet at eloped and were married, in 8:30 a. jr., 13th, states that there at Grocery. his brilliant effusions, 1 submit it to Indiana. Wanted. is nothing in the story that Taylor Mrs. H. C. Jennings next Saturday at the public: 100,000 bushels of wheat. Highest 30, r. M. . ITIoney to Loan. Bland. has a slate, and that he will be nomi"The weekly press of today has afar cash market price. C. C. Glass & Bro. On good Mrs. Cynthia Bland, age 81, mother more circumscribed field of labor real estate. For Notice to Voters. than Camp Nelson, Ky. june29-4- t by 1,200, on first ballot, and nated, apply at The Record office- - tf. You will see the Democratic rooster of Jerrv Bland, died on Monday, and it did a quarter of a century ago. In llamsey will be nominated for Attor- and ticket on Sacks Sacks. the Second page. Read a long procession followed the re "Ye Olden Tyme" the destiny of the the season, but It's a ney General. mains to Lancaster Cemetery.on Tues carefully. II. A B Marksbury & Son keen on our lineslittle late in Hosiery, Gloves, Nation, its public policy, and all ques of Ribbons, day afternoon, where they weie laid tions of grave import were suggested hand new sacks, and will sell to the Handkerchiefs, etc., are Born, to the wife of Silas Moss, on Notice To Creditors. filled. to rest. by the weekly press. The country farmers at cost. girl. Silas is stepAny persons having claims against the 'Jth, a J. HosEi'n. newspapers all over the land kepteven Good walls. ping as high as Robinson did. the estate of T. II. West will present Storeroom For Rent. Buckeye Churns are War-ante- d. Short Crop. them to me, properly proven, on or beThe walls of the old Opera nouse track with the public pulse and, in Will rent room I now occupy and BBlldlBS Lou. block are rapidly going up, and, from many instances, the wielders of the give possession at once Stock of goods The wheat crop will not be mere fore August 1, 1899 W. T. West. Call and examine If you want to buy a rfice Building their appearance, contractor Ryan is editorial pen were men of marked abil now low and will beoldsas a whole at than half the usual yield, and the Danville Fair. Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres drought has largely injured the prosputting up a building that will stand ity, whose close touch with their con a great bargain. ' J. W. Sweeney. them. T. Cukuev. cheap. This popular association will give against fire and storm. The ram's stituency enabled them to blaze the pects for a corn crop. an old fashion stock fair on August horn will have to be blown seven times way with an almost absolute accuracy, Cooking Range. 30, 31 and September 1. The elimina Barbers. md to give our public men a clear in before the fall thereof. E. W. Harris and Sig Perring will Owing to the rush of local items, tion of races is a move in the right Huffman and Jones, experienced sight into what our people expected of sell the new, complete Cooking Range early this week, we were forced to direction, and the attendance will be C.W.B. IW. them. The rural districts seldo:n got withull fixtures, worth 545, which barbers, next door to E. W. Harris. cut some of our excellent letters, for much larger. The ladies of the Christian church a daily newspaper, and had to depend they drew at J. Joseph's, fur $30. See Fashionable hair cut and smooth the want of space. "We hope that this guaranteed. Satisfaction shave. Dr. R. Goldstein, the celebrated met, Monday afternoon, and organized upon the weekly press for all news of them and save $15. will not occur again. Razors sharp, appliances clean. specialist who has made a lifelong a Woman's Mission Auxiliary. Mrs. the great outside world, Railroads "Wheat Wheat- - Wheat. Picnic. study of the eye, its dangers and Walter Beazley was elected president, were few and far between. The old- Taxes Due. "We are in the market for 100,000 fashioned, lumbering stage coach, with Miss Sallie Elkin, president of the needs, will be in our city at the Hotel Miss May Z. Hughes, Town taxes are now due, and propMiss Sallie Elkin, Secretary, and Miss its two, four or six horses, carried the Loyal Legion gave about Sixty of that bushels of wheat, and will pay top Hamilton Monday July 17, and it beprices for it, cash on delivery. Call hooves those who This is mails to the interior towns, and the Society a picnic, at her beautiful erty owners should come forward at have trouble with. Fannie Collier, Treasurer. once and settle. This has to be done and see us before selling. their eyes to visit him at once. Re the noblest cause in which poor mor city papers were always as much as home, last week. All were delighted and those putting it off too long will hours old and it was usu with the splendid dinner and the II. A. B. Mauksuukv & Sox. charges for ex tals can engage, and we hope that twenty-fou- r member he makes no oe put to extra expense ally the weekly editions of those pa pleasant time generally. amination and his charges for glass much good will be done. ExumtuatloBB. Ci. u. Aliivr.il, UU1IUVI.UI. pers that reached the firesides of the There will be an examinafion, for es are very reasonable. Excursion to Old Point Comfort Va. favored few. A daily paper was such Street Fair at Nlcbolasvllle. White teachers, held at the County New Grocery. The Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. has a rarity that it was handed round from New Itule. Superintendent's office Friday and One of our young lawyers had a arranged a series of Excursions to Old household to household, and it was not Nieholasvillc in order to let the outMessrs E. C. Gaines and Joseph BEAZLEi & side world know that it is keeping Saturday, July 21st and 22d, and, at number of witnesses summoned to try Point Comfort Va., during the month an unusual occurrence upon the arrivFaulconer have opened a full line of the same place, for colored teachers, a hopeless case before, one of our mag of July, August and September. al of the stage coach, to see a knot of abreast witli the times will have a new, fresh groceries in the Thompson FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Friday and Saturday, July 28th and istrates. He made a motion to throw These Excursions will be run on the leading citizens listening to the town Street Fair the latter part July. block, and propose to sell the best Everywhere these attractions have 29th. Elisa Lusk, Suit. the case out of court. The Souire as- Second and Fourth Tuesdays in each reader as he read the news of the day, been given, have proven a big revenue goods at the lowest market prices. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMThey have had experience in the busked for a Second to the motion, when month. The tickets will be good on political and general, from some sheet to the business men. Cave Party. the regular trains, and will be limited at that time probably forty-eigin iness and will give satisfaction Mrs. Tom "Wherritt gives a Cave a witness supported it. He put the BALMING a SPECIALTY. 21 Presbyterians Supper. quality and prices. Give them a call. party to her Sunday school class, to question and the motion was carried, to days. The rate will be $15.00 for hours old. The annihilators of space, 'Persons desiring to known as the fast mail trains have One of the most brilliant events of day, at the Cave Spring, near Dix whereupon he opened the window and the round trip. go should send in their names for changed all this. There is scarcely a the season vvas the delicious supper, Fanners' Institutes. Carpets, &c. river. This will be an appropriate threw the papers out of court. This sleeping car space, and state on which town in Kentucky that does notreceive given by the Ladies of the PresbyterThe Bureau of Agriculture has been entertainment and the day will be is a new rule in court but it is strictly train they will want to go. Any in- bundles of Louisville, Cincinnati, Chat ian church in the beautiful lawn, at successful in the establishment of remembered by the small girls and parliamentary. formation cheerfully furnished on ap- tanooga or other dailies within twenty- - Mrs. Margaret Gill's last Thursday Farmers' Institutes, for their educaboys. plication to any Agent, or to G. W. four hours of their date of issue. This night. The premises were beiiutif ully tion and instruction in their vocation. Fire Works. Stork Sal eh. Barney, Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington, has, of necessity, curtailed, to a great and artistically decorated and lighted, One should be established here, and W.McC JOHNSTON, ClcanlluesI Next to Godliness. JOHN T. JOHNSTON A. C Robinson and sons sold 70 fine The good people of the town should Ky. degree, and has practically transform and the refreshments were bountiful. in every county, jis it requires as much export cattle to Jake Yerkes, at 5 cts. unite with the City Council and see JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON ed the weekly. Its field of usefulness They realized $50. to be used for chur- brain force to be a good farmer as it does to be a teacher, a lawyer or a At W. M. Gooch'ssale, "Wednesday, that all filth nearest to them is clean More Recruits Wanted In Phlllplnes has been narrowed, and, according to ch expenses. Yearling steers brought $27; feeders, ed away. Quite a number of our citi doctor. The Rccuting officer in Lexington my way of thinking, it now fills its Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, Southern Hallway. 8J.30: cows and calves $30 to S0: work zens are complaining about the nu has just received instruction from the proper place. The people of a county A Paint Lick Enterprise. mules $50 to S80; corn $1.85 per barrel, merous hog pens scattered in their vl War Department to enlist a number are but a large family. Their inter The route for the proposed railway LANCASTER, KY. and hogs $3.45 per hundred pounds. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by cinity. Take nearly all of our adjoin' of white men for Infantry, Cavalry ests as such, arc the same; the move is, through Beeler Town, Preachers-ville- , near White's mill, running Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting ing towns and you will not find one and Artillery services in the Philip ments of their neighbors and friends, A Good Unterprlsc. J.E.Robison single hog sty in the city limits, pines. These men will be sent to San the price of hogs, cattle, butter, eggs about half a mile East of Crab Orch- with ready sale every where. Persons Jho.T.Hays, J.I.IIamiltox, Messrs J. I. Hamilton, Rice Benge There should be an ordinance passed Francisco at once to connect with and farm products are matters of far ard. The Surveyors have moved from who have used it say it's a marked and Siler Bros, have built stock pens, Hays, Hamilton & Sotinson, success and a sure dire for Fistula, prohibiting hogs being kept within Steam ship sailing the latter part of this place and goneintocamp near the depot, to be used by traders the limits of the city. This matter this month. Now is the chance for more moment to them than the ques- Briar Springs. The road will atGreen Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargebe built tion whether Leatherlung Dolittle or on public days. They deserve much should is sold on Attorneys and Counselers at Law if the farmers, through whom it runs, ment, Greasy Heel, etc. be taken up at once bv the you to make a trip around the world. credit for this work, as it will remove Council, and all hogs and other filth This opportunity will only last a few Ananias Wind Jabber shall be made will only claim actual damages, and a written guarantee, andItmoney reAmbessador to the Fiji Islands. I be the stock from the public square and taken from the town immediately days and men wanting to join should LANCASTER, KY. 3 funded if not as represented, lieve that the weekly press should be then help to bear the burden. streets, where they have been a great Remember the summer of 1873. apply at the Recruting offices in Lex- absolutely in politics. I nuisance. ington Ky. or in Ashland Ky. or in do not think that the personal opinion The pyrotechnic display, at the Somerset Ky. at once. High Bridge Excursions. of the editor of a crossroads weekly mouth of pistols, last Saturday night, would have a feather's weight in de Excursions are run from Cincinnati Lawn Reception. was beautiful, and those who gave the ciding either state or national politics. and all points south every other Sun performance should give their names, The eight railroad surveyors, whose 1 believe the columns of the weekly day, to High Bridge. There isn't a in order that the public may express names were given in another issue, re paper should be filled with the coming more beautiful place to visit than this spot, You can't afford to its appreciation of their gallantry, in ceived a number of our people on the and goings of the neighbors and friends entrancing ! entertaining women and children, by college grounds, on Monday night. in should be a cozy corner in which miss it. The rate is remarkably low. the music of shots, during midnight's They had arranged with the ladies of we fact find in can One Dollar from Cincinnati, Fifty detail what our home holy They are certainly heroes, the Presbyterian church to serve re people are doing in a social and busicents from Lexington, and like low but hour. modesty is such they freshments, which was done to a ness way. their rates from other points. Ask your decline to seek notoriety, thatgiving kings I believe that the editorial by ticket agent about it. You cannot af their names to the public. The names lighted taste, and everybody was de column should be taken up with artic-cle- s with the reception. They ford to miss this pleasant day on the for the general welfare and proof those who shot, as they ran ud left this place on Tuesday and our gress river. Your ticket agent will give of our home people. When we Richmond street, and two of our city best wishes go with them. Our citi vou rates, dates and schedules for do this conscentiously and fill our colboys will likely be made known. It zens had shown them courtesies be these excursions. umns with ail the news of our county, has been suggested that the public cause they discovered that they were 48 may sound to stransquare be moved into the town limits, accomplished, cultured and honorable however trivial it Fifty pairs MEN'S SAMPLE SHOES to close out Teachers' Institute. gers. I believe the result will be a large gentlemen. They entertained us as The Garrard County Institute for circle of interested home readers, and Beaumont College. These shoes range $1.75, Blacks and Tans. an exchange of courtesy, and their white teachers will be held in the can The advertisement of Beaumont polite and affable attention, on that I further believe that we small-frHouse, at Lancaster, on Mon Court safely leave the discussion of national "We have them sizes prices from $3.00 to $5.00. College, at Harrodsburg, Ky., appears occasion, will always be kindly re affairs to those who hold down the triday, July 24, continuing five days, with in our paper this week. This famous membered. pods of the great daily papers. Prof. J. H. Patterson, of Lancaster old college is. undoubtedly, one 6, 6 2, and 7. We have a lot of LADIES' SHOES of the On Graded School as conductor. Spring chickens for sale, 9 and 10c Resolutions of Respect. finest Girls' Schools in the land. It Tuesday evening (the 25th) an enter sizes 1 to 3. 50c, 75c, and $1.00, per pound, cash. H. B. Northcot patronage from a wide has Lancaster Ky., July, 10th 1899. tainment entitled "The Heart of area drawn Its of more than thirty states, reach Whereas: It has pleased our esteem Cuba," will be given, conducted by Dr. Goldstein has arranged to reProf. H. K. Taylor, principal of Lou ing from the Atlantic to the Pacific,- ed cashier W. H. Kinnaird in view of turn to this city. See advertisement. and from the Lakes to the Gulf. A- his advanced age and a laudable desire isville Training School. He will be mong its faculty there are teachers of to pass the remaining years of his. life For Sale. assisted by Senor Jose Andonegui, national reputation. Its equipment in the enjoyment of a well earned rest, On easy payment, a good house and violinist of wide reputation. departments of Literature, after over 40 years of labor in the lot. W. J. ROMAli. The Colored Teachers' Institute in the will convene at the Court House, July Music, Art and Elocution is simply Deposit and National Banks of LanBig Sale. superb. Its methods in Music are caster, both of which by his business 17, and continue five days, to be con Col. W. S. Beazley sold 1G7 export ducted by Prof. C. C. Monroe, of Ow- - similar to those adopted in the best capacity and energy he advanced to 1475 pounds, at 5cts. See our CRASH SUITS $2.50, $3.00, and $3.50 ensboro. On Tuesday evening, (the Conservatories of America and Europe. the front rank among the Banking in cattle, averaging 18th), Prof. Sneed's band will give an There, the girls are said to have a stitutions of the state, to resign. He always has fat cattle and line Resolved 1st. That 'while we ap- horses. most lovely and refined home, with $7.50. ALL "WOOL Crash Suits A lot of Soft Boentertainment. Look at This. All teachers failing to attend the spacious grounds of 33 acres, unsur- prove the motive which prompts his resignation, yet we accept it with sin som Monarch Shirts to close 75cts, worth $1 and 1.25. Read Romans 1 chapter, 29th verse, institute will forfeit their certificates, passed in America, for beauty. It. cere regret, fully realizing the great Both Institutes will be held In the and see if you belong to the last namImprovements. loss which this Bank sustains in severCourt House. ed class. If you do you are a desperenterprise, hitherto un ing his connection with it. A spirlt-oElisa J. Lusk, Sup't, ately bad sinner, until you forsake the known has taken prossession of our Resolved 2nd, that we tender habit. people. Six Store rooms, a hotel, an to him on behalf of Farmers Read. this Board the use opera house and ten new residences of the banks .offices for Picnic. We are needing, all of our Sacks the transactand many of our friends have neglect are being built. All indications point ion of his private business when his Our young men gave a picnic, Moned to return the Sacks we have accom t4 the fact that jthe Shrill whistle of presence and advice will always be day afternoon, near Dix river, on the. modatlng'them with. We lost by fire the emblem of- civilization will soon pleasant and acceptable. Danville pike, In .hoior visitors! about 6,000 Sacks, consequently we be heard running over the new route Resolved 3rd. That our best wishes A number of couples aejided ajafa need every Sack that is due us. We which is being surveyed for the great follow him into his voluntary retire the occasion 'was psam? and; ejojft? our NEW STYLE HATS Come and look cotton Sack, Southern Railway. When this is ment hoping that his life may be long Die. bought 8,000 Second-han- d UNDERWEAR and b'raicW."&hVartz & Bros. St. Loils. completed our people will not only spared to his family, his church, $e received. All the new things IfrdTJ" these Sacks are in the hands' of enjoy better freight rates on all arti Sbr farmer friends, and they are using cles of export and import, which will town and the community, of. vyli.6i In, hpnpr. of- tfyq many visitors In, our Handsome line of NECKWEAR. Prices HOSIERY. he has been so long a valued menbei; Mieih'fof milling purposes. A visit to city, our.qaltani young men gayen soon repay' fecos,ottherightHof.-way- , and we pray Grod' tha' when' jfe witj ever "before. impQinpttt. hop, at the Simpson House, lower but' tiie chances will be gotid for he Its labors'arid "cres, ae.endedj, he m.aj on IJMjiesdjay, night. Beauty arid chivwork shops, for the end of enter upon that' rest location of that remains for. alry in,tnged. in perfect enjpym.ent ll pw'n't. With this VBallsmr& Canard Vfj.r. or division, aji ' aU God's farthjf.fll children. j'VMIb " mrt tfp 'hilvp aim a Mi ewj this' a late hour. Buck's orces,tr ftr "tlie majority, of our enaj Rosol'Ye.d' 4tfy That this minute be. n.lsh(ed. the music. jio waterworks andj saofcr areVbeirar' iwrfr for spread upon, the brooks of t jie ' bja thecp'ninj(tee, apphjtf tjy tie city. published In the Record, the DancftunfiilapaWrfeffe tq ge the bes a,nd Advocate, the &1 Jnt'rior Jcp, nal "Not having the time to collect them, gue us qnif u jumi?4iuhs figures for the erection of a plant, ville WE'fi turned at oooe and sto will and a copy tendered to W, H, Kin- I haye left my accounts in the hands Besides the prospects for a railroad confer a favor on us that we rtll ap- division, the protection to property, naird by our secretary, on behalf of of E. Brown for collection. All those indebted will please call at his office, pelate very much. market the Board. Jjtwheat and the comfort and health of the the Police Court room and settle at , Alex R. Denny, We are also in the people should be considered in referenonce and save cost. W. H. Lackey, J. E. Stormes. ce to the advisaWty of having 4t. by E. Brown, . Committee. e, jell is. mm BAU&MIH -- Y Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. ap-1- Now is the Harvest time for Bargain Buyers. in at in in 1-- y at in Straw Hats at Cost, at at at Crash Hats at Cost. f Beautiful Line of Colored Shirts in at 50c. - at just - than u-t- Logan & Robinson. at-- i THE LOGIN is our desire to have as few goods as GOODS COMPANY. Our method of THE WALING HOUSE IN LANCASTER, KY. It possible to move, so REMOVAL SALE! LOW PRICES will Put Money in your Purse. Our Entire Stock will be included In this Removal Sale. Ladies Ready Made Dress Skirts and Waists. On October 1st, we will remove to the NEW BLOCK COME NOW South-Eas- t being side of the Square, which is on the and get the benefits of built on the old Opera House square, adjoining the Nathis great tional Bank. The contractor has promised to complete Underprice Sale. this building for us by October 1st. Now, in order to do this, we To avoid moving Spring and Summer Goods, we are determined, if possible, to close out our entire stock before October 1st. Cost, but in many instances will go Below Cost, so in this Removal Sale you We will not stop at know we will have to make Very Low Prices. may expect to get some Real Bargains. Come early before the good things are picked up. Shoes and Slippers. One lot of Infant Shoes in broken sizes l'Jc. will close at One lot of Misses Spring Heel Shoes in broken sizes at about half value. One special lot Ladies Slippers worth 1.25 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 Under-pric- e 10c. Sale 'One lot of wool Dress Fabrics wortli 25c 50c will close at One lot tine Imported Dress Goods wortli 1.00 per yd will be slaughtered '. 50c at Table Damask. Red Table Damask worth 30c at. .20c White Table Damask worth 3c. at. 23c Fine White Satin Damask wortli GO, 75, 1.00 and 1.25 will go in this sale at 42, 50, 63, 75 and 81ic. ( .'25c Linen Skirts worth 50c at 48c. Linen Skirts worth 75c at Linen Skirts worth LOO and L25. . .75c. White Tique Skirts worth 2.00 at. 1.25 1.00 Woolen Skirts worth 1.50 at 1.50. Woolen Skirts worth 2.50 at 2.50. Woolen Skirts worth 3.50 at Waists worth 50c at. 25c. Percale Shirt Percale Shirt Waists worth 1.00, and 1.25 at 75c. Ox- Wash Goods. worth 5c at 3c. wortli 8ic at 5c worth 10 and 12c at 7c worth 15 and 20c at 10c Fine Imported Organdy worth 25 and 30c at 15c In fact our entire Wash Goods Stock will be sacrificed in this removal sale. Lawns Lawns Lawns Lawns One lot Ladies fine Slippers and fords worth 2.00, 2.25, and 2.50, will go 81.49. in this sale at One lot Ladies Kid Shoes, will close at at at 48c. (53c. Black and Colored Silk Waists will go at about half value. Petticoats at great Bargains. One lot Ladies Kid Shoes will close One lot Ladies Kid Shoes , wortli 1.50 ?5c. will close at Broken lots and sizes in Ladies fine Shoes at about half price. One lot 75c. Men's Shoes worth 1.25 at on liner grade Also special low prices Mens and Boys Shoes. Fine all wool German Dyed Bl ack Henrietta will also unsold during this under price sale for much less than value. Hosiery. Towels. worth worth worth wortli wortli 5c at 10c at 15c 3c. Carpets and Mattings Will also be included in our Under Price Sale. 2fic. Rugs worth 50c at 38c COc at PvUgs worth 50c. Rugs wortli 1.00 at Towels Towels Towels Towels Towels 5c 10c at at One special lot of Misses and Children Ribbed Hose worth 10c at 5c And many other items we can not mention for the want of space. per yd will go at 48c Silk worth 75c at 5!)Jc Silks wortli 1.00 at 75c. Silks worth 1.25 at Some handsome black Brocade Silk 38c Skirt patterns worth 75c at Very tine black Brocade Silk Skirt patterns wortli 1.00 and 1.25 will go 75c per yd. at White Goods and Notions. Big Drives in Embroideries, Laces, White Quilts, Lace Curta'ns, Piques, India Linens , Skirting Ducks, Curtains, Swiss Handkerchief, Veilings, Ribbons, Fans, Belts, Jfeck Wear, Corsets, Ladies Muslin Underwear. s, Silks. Silk Shirt Waist patterns worth 50c 25c Clothing and Furnishing Goods Boys Knoe Pants at 15, 25, 35 and 50c worth double the money. Boys Knee Suits at 75, 98, 1.15, 1.35 and 1.50, worth considerably more money. Big Yalues. in Men's Suits at 2.50, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00 and 7.50. Large variety Men's Pants at Low Prices. See our Men's Shirts at 15, 20, 25, 38 and 50c Our line of Men's and Boys Hats will also be sold at Low Prices. Onr Premium Tickets Trill be given during 25ct 35 and 40 17ic 25c. Doylies and Napkins. Complete line which we will sell low prices. Household Linen Crash. Towel crash worth 5c at Towel crash worth 81c at 3c. at this sale, same as 5c heretofore. After Oct. 1, the Logan 3ry Goods Co., will be located in their new building, near National Bank". Recollect, Good Values at Popular prices are always interesting to CASH buyers. LOGAN DRY GOODS CO. CENTRAL RECORD exposes course will ultimately be pursued, b. me to work. The click of the presses who has done wrong? This Rally ill democrats, if they will stop and and Capt. "White's call for copy makes the folly of such a course. look the facts squarely in the face. me feel like a circus horse when the around your colors. The principles of on IVKET WEEK BY band begins to play, and a democratic democracy are many and founded The middle of the year The Lincoln county republicans on tune must be rendered or the perform- eternal right and justice. LOUIS LA.NDRA3C. Publisher. instructed for A. A. MeKinney, for is past and settling time will be declared off. I miss Bob ance LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Dkjiocuats should look well to the State Treasurer, and quit. This is a Hughes and Harry Giovannoli, in the is at hand. office, Sam Miller, George Burdett, nomination of a candidate for the deserving compliment to a worthy He should be popular, man, and we would not object to his i.op "Bully" Mason, John "Woodcock, Os- Legislature. IW ADVANCE ( ONE Yli-B" Hit- MflNTKg. rBrc J(THBEE " Rothwell and intelligent and thoroughly in line nomination. .25 car Sweeney, "login" " I others, on the street; but, in the main, with the party. One who can allay rather than increase disaffection. It is the same. the old town lie Fooled tlie Surgeon, THURSDAY, July- - 13. - 1899 TnE E.KCOKD is a popular journal, would be much better, to insure party due me and must insist All doctors told Renick IIainilton,(.f a primary election and I will say nothing to lower it in harmony, to hold ' in order to make a nomination accept- - West Jefferson. O., after sufferiug 18 public estimation. UK.nOCB.VTIC TICKET. that my friends call in months from Rectal Fistual, he would I a ked the editor what policy I able to the party generally. Such die unless a costly operation was pe and settle must pursue and he said: "I don't elections are objectionable, in some formed; bnthe cured himself with live care a d n, so you get the paper out : respects, but they come nearer the boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the peonle. who are sovereign, and more this issue. satisfactory results follow them, than surest Pile cure on Eartn, and the best M. D, nUGIIES. 25 cents a box a nomination made by the committee Salve in the "World. Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. holding a State Con or a convention The talk of vention, of bolting democrats, win FIRE ana LIFE INSURANCE Notice to Farmers. The democratic party in this State not likely materialize. If it convenes you not want to sell your upon whicl Should however, it will consist, in the main, is without a daily paper of disappointed democrats, those win it can rely. The Louisvi'le papers wheat at present prices, and want to SPRINGFIELD want to make a grand stand play, chansre as often as the moon, and hold for a better market, we desire to long ago, and thost make their views purely a business inform you we have made arrangethose who bolted FIEE AND MARINE Two of them have bolt- ments to store 15,000 or 20,000 bushels who, thank God that they are not a transaction. ;d the party, and another, which had .vheat here in Lancaster on the usual INSURANCE COMFANY. other men, when, in fact, they arr For Governor. worse than the average man. If they previously gone astray, tried to jumj terms, to include fire risk. So bring Co. "William Goebel, of Kenton seek to better their condition, they jack in the pasture and fell on top ol us your wheat- "We also have arrange EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO are pursuing the wrong course, ll ..he fence, favoring the nominees, but ments for storage account at Louis For Lieutenant-GovernoOF NEW YORK. they will remain in the party thej pposing the platform. Such journal ville. H. A. B. Makksbuuy & Sox. J. C. W. Beckham, of Tselson Co. may become purihed by an applica ism is rotten to the core. The Ap'tetitc of a Goat. For Attorney General, Robinson &IIamiIton tion of those eternal principles, whicl Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Robert J. Breckinridge, of Boyle Co. seek the betterment of mankind, no; BoTn of our republican delegation.1 Stomacand liver areoutof orber. All Office ovei Post Office. For Auditor, only in a financial condition but in cv .vent to Lexington to join the host.' iuch should know that Dr. King's New : : : Kkntucky Lancaster, deals out justice to the vho met there yesterday to select j: Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and Gus C. Coulter, of Graves Co. erything that people, and that has a tendency to el amb to be sacrificed on the democrat- - Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appe Treasurer, For ORGANIZED 1883. evate them in everything that goes t( c altar. They will not likely find oxu tite, sound digestion and a regular S. W. Ilagar, of Boyd Co. exalt and embellishcivilized life. Yet s pure as a lamb. He will be mon bodily habit that berfect health and For Secretary of State, thi ike a goat, the blood of which is no ireat energy. Only 25 cents at any Dru- WIZENS NATIONAL BANK if they do not mean to be true-tC. B. Hill, of Clark Co. party, let them go. We had rathe icceptable in sacrifices. It matter, gstore. 1 OF LANCASTER. IT. mt little who is nominated, for tin Sup't. of Public Instruction, lose a thousand men than to have on The apple crop is becoming less lernicious doctrines, which they ad M. V. McChesney, of Livingston Co. spy in the camp, or one who apologisoromising daily, if our little orchard Capital, $so,ooo vocate, will bring about sure defeat, es for being a democrat. For Commissioner of Agriculture, is a fair sample. The fruit was badly 1O,0(M I. B. Nail, of Jefferson Co. The democratic party advocates the stung by the cureulio and is dropping Surplus Fuad Disaffection follows every State est interests of the people. It op off rapidly. Much of what remains For Railroad Commissioner, Convention, especially where the tigh BUSINESS SOLICITED. upon the trees is wrinkled and mispDses exclusive privileges, in the wa C. C. McCiioud. was close. The last convention nom shapen, and will no doubt fall before )f trusts and tatted corporations,high reful and Prompt Attention Guaraataad and it h inated an invincible ticket, irotective tariff, the father of opprer it matures. The codlin moth does not Tor tliis issue, at least, the policy the duty of every democrat to suppori slon to the poor, expansion and its at ippear to have been very prevalent, I. M. Hiosihbothax Preildea of The Recoiid is Democratic Capt it. If there is anything wrong in tin tendant evils, republican extrava but the other insect was unusually Lzwm T. Lxayzix ,. liMndram has eone to the Editor's party machinery, revise and regulate anee and corruption, in every form numerous. 1. F. HOD80X CtiUa rorention to take a much needed it in the party. Do not join the ene- and under all circumstances. Aiiiitant Cash'i De Witt's Little Early Risers acts as H. o. SiaHiT donned the harness this weel my to regulate your own lines. Rerest. I Bookkeepe pill should cleansing and aid 1 can't work in any but demo member that you are voting for prin- TnE Lexington .Herald is steering a faultless system instead of weak- O.D. Walks reviving the c atic vehicles. During the 80s I pub ciples and doctrines and not for men. DIRKCTORg: sure, small lished a paper here, the motto of If you abandon your political princi- back toward the democratic harbor. ening. They are mild and J.3C. BlMIMaOTKAM, JiXWII Y. LXaTBU. which was: "Pure Religion, untar ples because you think that a few It announces that, if Kentucky must and pleasant to take, and entirely free J.8.JOKMOK, T.2C.ABXOLB, Democracy and good Govern men have been guilty of fraud, why be governed by a machine, it prefers from objectionable drugs. They assist nished B.C. Asvolb, Jm. B.7.HUMOX. my tore-affirment." I beg leave AUUE.OiaBi, not renounce your religious faltrbe- - the Democratic to. the. Republican rather than compet. J.J.Walmb alleelaace to that platform. Theed JAMB T. ltllMMI. . Stormes Drug Store.' a man, in the church, m icMne. This is wisdom, and such a im Jtor knew my conviction when he put cause vou find Please Remember j ox yivt LralLery. W W - w DANVILLS, EL'S". - Need the Money This is now the most been recently equipped with J k Gallery in Central Ky., having Th.9 Marvelous that Ana3timateZ.enss The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies ! Th.030 Zionses FLATTER. Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mouldings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the Jfew French "FLEUR-DEtLIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, S Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame. "When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. Jast received a Large Sallie D. Tillett. - See our Paine's r, Beautiful Line Celery Jgts OP Compound Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS BestOuality. LowPrices Gives 1 Strength, SX;on,. "We sell and recommend it. R. E. M ROBERTS. TIMETABLES. O. Soatfc-b'Hd NOTICE- - Horth-b'a- d Hona-Va- d Smtk-V- K. Braaeh. All nrties having claims Malast tae eUte Xlxed, putt! LaBCutr 11:10 a.v of ItaajMoattOBen--, Sr., deceased, will ale " 8:36 t. m thea, fovea accordla to law, with seor Mixed. " ttorae-,W:WlMM, oh or before Jaly 15, " Pau'gr y aj " .SdaaJf U:Ma.x MM. : 6 . . f 44 J. S. BOUBXX. JUa'r ? ' " ol Ieaae Moimco.njr,4 , lUJMIMJUJUUUUUUlUUiU iUJUJMiMUllUlU JttlUJM v A. OLD SOL 'T Sends his Hot Rays But we can help you V-- 9 uuinmpuuxumnmimimMinMn nmnfffi nnnonno If you have not supplied yourself with weight Clothing, come to us. "We Light- - jfc -- will f(pT ou r Out of , ATIGHT PLACE YOU SHOULD To the .1 EUP! Fact that our Line of Un-- t derwear is -- Ele- - gant. Our Shoes 6 are beauties and fty, "St We can fit you out .g J 1 JEgME? 0 Summer aQ visit' IOWM0MI We can 3t Dress the Fat Man so to keep him Cool and Happy Make It To see N.4' (6) A Point fiorti-nletii our Handsome line of Wa have n. stock of the celebrated John 3 B. Stetson hats the best in world. Hats. "St We study to Please our Patrons, and give you the best Values fo r Least M o n ey. HP IT 1?. GLOBE. J. L. Prohman & Co DANVILLE, KY. mTTTTTTTTfm' f!tf1ff!!f1W!f1tf HfflfflfWUfflfTtr IMIIMMIMMUlMMIMMIMIMMIMIiMlMMfMMIIIMin Stone River he received a wound in his Mrs. Adeline Sacrey is visiting her left foot, was casually examined by a nephew Mr. Jas. Hill. surgeon and marked as a case for amMiss Mattie Thompson is visiting putation. A comrade, B. II. Sale relatives in Stanford. discovering the condition of his friend Miss Amanda Anderson is visiting carried him on his back to a tent where a surgeon was engaged in the relatives in London, Ky. performance of his duties, had thebul-e- t Miss Dove Harris entertained a few extracted, thz wvmnJ dressed, refriends Saturday evening. sulting in saving the wounded Miss Pearl Hill is at home after a visit to friends in Danville. "Co Went, Youus Man, Go Weak" Miss Annie Austin is spending sev(Kllsworth, Kansas, I'rtper.) eral weeks at Dripping Springs. This was the advice of Horace Greely Prof, and Mrs. Lipscomb, of Missouri to a smooth faced youth, who had are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Turleys. come to consult the sage, with refer a boy to Miss Nellie Dillon has returned from ence to the best course for pursue in order to succeed in life. a pleasant visit to Richmond friends-MisNo doubt the famous journalist had Fannie Parks, of Paint Lick, in mind a material success when he has been visiting Miss Annie Royston. gave the above advice, as many of those Misses Sallie Elkin and Margaret who followed it bear testimony today. Murphy have gone to Lake Chautau- But whether Mr. Greely'smind extend ed further than the Colorado line is qua. questionable, for surely there is better Miss Eugenia Busby, of Williams- soil this side. Perhaps, he may have burg, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. N. thought of minerals rare and of cliBush. mate fair, but not of moisture, for it Messrs Howard and Emmet Marrs, isn't there. of Danville, were visitors in this city The young man who goes west today, Sunday. expecting to find gold nuggets as plen Mr. Archilles Brown, wife and chil- tiful as pebbles on the beach will lind he had betdren, of London, are visiting Mrs. R. himself woefully mistaken; ter take a few nuggets with him to be G. Ward. safe. If he goes to the coast with a Mr. Frank Bacon, of Louisville, has view of farming or fruit raising, and been the guest of his friend, Mr. Rich- selects a tract of land in one of the ard Ryan. rich valleys, he will doubtless be sur Miss Tevis Carpenter, of Stanford, prised on being informed that the land was the truest of Miss Eugenia Bush, is valued at from $300.00 to 500.00 per acre. The uer cent that such an in last week. vestment yields is on a sliding scale, Miss Mary Burnside left this week which is about as liable to slide one join a party for a week's stay at way to as the other. Should the young Dripping Springs. man enter mercantile life, he will find Misses Tillie and Luela Arnold, of as many strong competitors on the Paint Lick, are visiting Misses Jennie Pacific coast, as he ever contended The and Lucy Arnold. with east of the Alleghanies. is not Miss Jennie Doty, after a few days fact is, the California of today, 40. Eastern mei. visit to Miss Vesta Lackey, has re- the gold fields of wifh their methods and their monev turned to her home. have transformed the western slope-anMisses Miller, of Owensboro, and made it a worthy rival of the New Oelge, of Cloverport, are the guests of England states. Mrs. Robert Embry. Occasionally the visitor meets with Mrs. Pattie Hayes and little daugh- one of the old 4!)ers, but they are con ter, of Stanford, have been visiting sidered back numbers by the modern Californian, and laughed at for beinf Mrs. Mildred Beazley. stupid enough to dig in the earth afMrs. Moody Harden returned to glittering gold, when it was st Covington, accompanied by her little ter the much easier to extract it from the unniece, Miss Mary Smith. wary tourist. The 4l)er when comparn Dr. Simpson Elkin, of Atlanta, has ed with the 99er, is like joined his charming wife for a weeks Winkle, he has been sleeping fortwen visit to relatives in this city. ty years. The state of California has indeed Mr. Claude Royston, with Sprague, Warner, & Co., Chicago, will arrive made wonderful advancement in tlu last two decades. Most of the gardens, .Saturday, to visit his parents. orchards and meadows were but bar Miss Katie Dooley, of Lexington, is ren wastes in 1879, but by the magic ipending a weeks vacation with her touch of irrigation, they have beei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dooley. made to blossom like the rose, am Mr. T. J. Hatchers family have re- yield abundant crops. It is the boast turned from Wayne county, where of the California farmer that he to sell every month in the they have been visiting relatives. year. Mesdames Mattie O'neal and L. F. The advancement made along tin Hubble are visiting their friend, Mrs. lines of education is likewise noteGowen, in Kembeilin Heights, Tenn- worthy, churches and school house.' Mrs. Sam Woolridge and daughter dot the state in fair proportion to hei Miss Mary, leave this week for severa' inhabitants, and need I say that tin weeks visit to Harrodsburg relatives. wealth of the last has been spent with large Mrs. Mary L. Swope, and Master a lavish hand in building all the Fioyd K. have returned from a visit cities in the sunset state. No wonder California is considered to relatives in Danville and Boyle Co. a great state, since she gets gold from . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kinnaird gave the earth, gold from the east, and gold a musical the past week in honor of from the islands of the Pacific, not to the civil engineers who were camping mention the gold received from the here. thousands of health and pleasure seek Mesdames J. II. Garrison, E. H ers who visit her shores annually. But Smith and. Miss Mamie Henry, of El better than the gold is the men, who Dorado, Ark. are visiting relatives in by dint and toil have niade California the garden state of America, this city. "Go west, young man, go west, is Miss Mary L. Grimes left last week just as good advice today as when it y for Lexington to attend a house-partwas first given by the great editor. and visit her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Bright, Only let the young man go with a will of that city. to work, and fortune will meet him Mrs. John Rose and pretty little with a smile. daughter, Pearlof Louisville, have re If I were going to California to enturned uome alter a visit to Hugh JNI. gage in the mercantile business, I would locate In San Francisco. Smith and family. If Rev. Massee has returned from At- farming were my choice, the San Ja valley would be my home, if I delanta, Ga. where he has been visiting quin lis parents, who have been quite sick sired to cultivate fruit, 1 would select the Santa Clara valley or the Sacra but are very much better. mento valley. If I were an invalid,' Mrs. Louis Land ram left Monday to and in search of health, I would livevisit her sister, Mrs, A, H, Rice in in Los Angeles. If I sought pleasure Nashville, and attend the house-part- y and culture, and had a competency U of Miss Bigelow in Trenton, Tenn. permit it, 1 would doubtless become Col. Jim "Crow" Dillon is visiting a permanent resident of San Jose, but his sister in Cincinnati. He has been if I wanted to dig gold I would go te in bad health lately and his legion ol lle Klondyke or Alaska. I am asked so often it I would like friends hope the trip wiJJJmprove him. to live In California. Let me say once Misses Kate find Lillian Kinnaird for all, yes; providing I might be alentertained very hundsomoly last Fri lowed to select my own location, for day evening in honor of their nlecppf there are some beautiful spots Jn that Misses Pattie and Maggie Burnside, oi great Pacific state, but like all other Barbourville. foot stool, California sections of Misses Stone, of Georgia, Dunn, of has her drawbacks, More than half the state Is a barren waste, all for Louisiana, Eugenia Busby, of Bessie, Eugenia Bush and want of water. 1 believe the day will IrIay Hughes, of Lancaster, are being come when by a simple method of beentertained at a house-partgiven by rigation, the great desert that lies Mrs. Eugene Berkele, at Bryantsville. tween the east and the sunset slope, ,vill be made to yield rich harvests. Mr. W. C. Wherrltt, of New Orleans, When that day comes every body will Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bogle, of Owens-xro- , want to move to California. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wherrltt, The worst features of a trip to Cali md son, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. Arth-i- r fornia at the present are crossing the Hubbard, nee Wherritt, of Covin- sandy plains and paying the railroad gton,, are being entertained, at a house company at the same time, for the pri .artyj by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wher- vilege. Remove these obstacles, and rltt. Verily this is a family affair. the state would have to widen her J. BlTjiicy. MJeefi Cor and Ward, Emjn$ borders, s Rip-Vay, Soaper, Vesta Lackey, of Kansas City, Jennie Lackey, Francis, Lillian, Margaret and Bessie Shugars, Messrs O. Jrfly, 13 - I89Q W. Shugars and II. W. Batson have J. H. Thompson sold to J. J. Thorn THURSDAY gone to Kentucky River to camp for son 35 hogs at 3.30 per hundred. ten days. They will be joined by a S. Morgan bought a lot of lambs party from Richmond and one fom from Ike Philips near walnut Hat. Paris. S. Morgan Bought 40 head of fat hogs from A. J. Thompson at 3.37. Richmond Register Hon. W. C W. H. Brown andJno. Cross deliver Miss Amy Davidson is visiting Miss Herndon, of Lancaster, is presiding as ed GO hogs to O. B. Perkins at 3.25 per special Judge in the case of Thomas Carrie Currey. Kidwell vs. the Commonwealth in the hundred. Miss Daisey Colliar, of Danville, is Estill Circuit Court. Judge Herndon, Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff of visiting Annie Hill. formerly a 'resident of Irvine, was a Troy, Mo., says if everyone in the Miss Best is visiting Miss Louise gallant soldier on the Union side dur- united &tates snoum discover tnc viring the Rebellion. At the battle of tue of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for Farris, Danville ave. GENTEAL RECORD. Sweeney! For coughs, roup' Hoarseness, TAKE.... n?lTIT t Foley's Honey and 1 La Grippe, Asthma, Bronchitis,; Consumption, ar piles, rectal troubles and skin diseases, the demand could not be supplied. Stormes Drug Store. lm Miss Iva Harbor of Texas is visiting her sister Mrs. J. H. Thompson... Miss Fannie Austin has gone to Richmond to pay her sister Mrs. II. B. Arnold a pleasant visit Miss Annie Deshon and Ella lloltzclaw have returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Livingston Miss Sue Layton and Brother of Cincinnati vis'ted their friends Miss Jennie and Orace Morgan Thursday Mrs. Eva W my and 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 tiie morning tired, a bad taste in the mouth and a headache Know what's the matter? Biliousness, Take DeWitt's Little Early Riser?. They regulate the liver and cure constipation pleasantly and promptly. Never gripe. Stormes Drug Store. lm GREAT THROAT an lung remedy. Your correspondent attended the ,)icnic at Silver Creek Bridge on last Alex Simpson, sold to Joseph Sim- Tuesday, the 4th, where there were congregated not lass than two thouspson, 23 ho at $3o5 p3r hundred. What you want is not temporary re and people. The work is being pushed on Freelief from piles but a cure to stay cured, DeWitt's "Witch Hazel Salve cures dom church, two carpenters and two p'les, and they stay cured, painters at work and all who hae subscribed for the work are invited to Stormes Drug Store. lm Water is very scarce, and the gard- please send in their mite by the third ens are about gone, and we have had Sundav. only one blackberry cobler. but spring aickens are still plentiful, for which AMERICA'S REPRESENTATIVE .e are very thankful. A large crowd, and, a great many FASHION MAGAZINE 'rom a distance, attended church here C;;r. Jay, and pa.(;tor Pike, preached 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 Published floathly time to take DeWitt's Little Early Wabash county it is said will not Risers is when you are sulfering from produce enough wheat this year for constipation, biliousness, WITH HANDSOME indigestion or other stomach or bread and seed for its farmers. COLORED PLATES. liver troubles. Stormes Drug Store. lm ALSO ILLUSTRATES THE DESIGNER The Celebrated " BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR is for larities. It cures everything that is uuuiuiuuij cauea a icmaie trouDie. ) It acts directly upon all the distinct p feminine organs of generation, driv- t ing out weakness and imparting ) strength; stopping unnatural drains, and regulating the monthly flow. iu every instance. II maKes SlCKlV and WOnblv tmmpn cfrnnrr anil aratl again. $1 a bottle at drug stores. Send for a free book about, it I The BradfleldRegulatorCo., Atlanta, Ga. Professer J. W. Moore opened his school at Spoonville to day, the luiiist with a full attendance. The only reliable patterns, because they allow seams. T. P. Anderson a worthy and refined scholar of "Nina will open a school at West Point on the 4th MonSubscription Price : $1.00 a year. day in this month. 10 cents for single copies. Rev. A. J. Pike Will preach a sermon at Freedom on the fourth Sunday WANTED FOR THIS CANVASSERS evening of this month at lo'clock. His PUBLICATION. subject will be on Intemyerance. W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa., say.': Write for Liberal cash commission. "For forty years I have tried various sample copy and terms to Subscription cough medicines, One Minute Cough Department, Cure is best of all." It relieves instant- - , THE DRSICiNHP. ly and cures all throat and lung trou3 West 14th Street. New York City. bles. Stormes Drug Store. lm Standard Patterns I j Jenas Weil purchased of C. M. Clay, Fr., 250 lambs at 5 cents. They will e shipped to Jersey City and are as rine a lot as ever left Bourbon. BySpecial Request Dr. R. Goldstein, will Somthing Everybody Wants Remain in Lancaster, Ky., at the Hamilton House, a few Days Only. BUGGY, SURREY, RDAU-WAGD- N OR ANY KIND OF VEHICLE Cheaper than Any Place in Gentral Ky. I Also Best Rubber Tires Mannfactured It la my specialty to fit glasses in such n manner that they relieve the eyestrain perfec can thi and are used. Physicians especially are invited to call and of correcting error investigate my of refraction. Many cases of headache, neural ila., nervousness, Irritability, insomnia, verti to, nervous prostration and the seeming s'u pidity of children are ofien due to deftctlvi vision caused by an abnormal curvature of the cornea or crystaliue ensorto an irregularis of the refracting media of tlie eye, and are re lieved at once upon tho 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 stratus; to as ist nature. Thousands of eyes are ruined yearly. Seven persons out ten have neither eyes alike and one out of twenty astigmatism ; hence the necessity of testing eaoh eye tepar ately. Special attention la given to any :i quality that may exist between the refraction of the eye. Optical science has made many rapid advances within the last few years. The correct tdapciou of opectacles has become a distinct profession. The optician wno tuon.ugui understands his buslneus, realizes fully that m adjusting glasses for his patients he ! treating with a most delicate and precious orgnu where the slightest error may resuit .seriously, while if he does his work well, he not only gives comfort and ease to his patleutb but lu many instances restores (he s'ght. Special care should be taken In selecting in Irit pa'r of spectacles, nor sh.ou.Id it be attem pted wlth.u.tthe ad of a responsible optlcan it is inqst Important thftt the lenses should be accurately centered and of (he best quality nnd th; frames so made that the wearer looks directly through the center. Glasses nicely fitted to the fact) bacouiB an ornament as well as a neoesslty. cly, fitting the eye with spectucles that you ee with ease and comfort, thus preserving eve. In examining the eye ouly the latest most improved methods and instruments W. J. ROMANS. LILLARD fc 8TOUT, CAN SELL YOU Paint V Wall Tintings Cheapar than any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced Call and see this Celebrated; at - Or. Fitting children with spectacles a specialty Parents, do not neglect your children's eyes Difficult coses solicited. All questions In regard to the eyes chee fully answered. Consultation and Examination Frec. Qffice hours from 10 a. m. fo 3 m Ba.atthe Hamilton Eusa, Lancaster, Ky., .KfQndajr Growd ' July 17, It fully Warranted and Excels all others. AH Kinds Fnsa)icliiiiery Always on Hand Omimtm. ICI"0!1' Soatfaern filrli"th pernf airrtUe- perhapa: in mentis!, BEAUMO School ( Re- - LU m mem) BBmnstid Usui " "nBBji,wuBootxrei mrt. Z, e. If unieh. Saatrb advMtecw lm Arta4 hi WiiiiIIm Mm. TH. SMITH, A. M., Prw. (Aluralnaa at Umiv. otTv) T. , - C SLvtov s ville I winder if I were to knock at your door would you opjn unto ma? Sunday was regular meeting day at Level Green. If this do2 not, find its way to the waste5 b iV.c t I will come again. Miss Bsrthri Rbison, of Bjra, is the gujst of her cousins, Miss Dora and Miss Bessie Bolton Leah Robison who is visitinyr her cousin, Miss Jessie Allen expects to return to her home at Richmond in a few days Miss Rose Napier after visiting home folks for a few weeks lias returned to Glay where she will open up a school. She was accompanied by her sister. Miss Discovered by a Woman. 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 withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months Preachersyllle. Menifee Eimore bought a calf from . Mrs. Payne for $12.00. JimPavna sold a work horse to Richard Robinson for 833.00 J. F. Holtzclaw.and W. n, Cummins attended meeting at Halls Gap Sunday. Wfteeler & Wiisou Sewing Macftine. Faint Lick; Moo re & Son bought several thousand bnshels of wheat, for .vhich they paid G 5 cents. A p icnic will be given in Flatwood, on Ju ly 15. Admission 5 and 10 cents. The "Lancaster band will furnish music, ;ind there will be a game of base ball. Everybody invited. Mr. McBride, of Louisville, is the guesb of J. B. Guynn. A crowd of young people went to Slate Lick Springs last week and had a good time. The Paint Lick band furnished music for the occasion. Mrs. B. M. Lear and family, Miss Mattie McCormack, Misses Ramsey and Mr. R. L. Jennings, went to Lexington last week. Bry antsy ille. Quite a number from this vicinity attended the camp meeting at Sunday. Mrs. Woolfolk and little daughter, from Lexington, are visiting her parMiss Lizzie Dunn ents at this place returned to her home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Nicholasville Mrs. Dr. Armstrong is visiting her Mr. sister Mrs. Ison, in Wilmore and Mrs. Taylor Burdett visited in Mr. and Mrs. Danville, Monday 'JTlie liable, Kin,; uf all iiiru. is noted for its keen sight, clear aud distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25cts McRoberts Drug Store. lm Wil-mor- e, RUNNING SORE ON HIS ANKLE, Obstinate sores and ulcers which refuse to heal under ordinary treatSuffering, Promptly Cured ment soon become chronic and and are a sure sijm that the entire circulation is in a depraved condition. They Dy C C C Uj Ui Oi Oi are a seVere drain upon the system, and are constantly sapping away the vitality. In every case the poison must-beliminated from the blood, and no amount of external treatment can have any effect. There is no uncertainty about the merits of S. S. S. ; every claim maae tor it is Daciceu up strongly Dy convincing testimony of those who have Deen cured by it and know of its virtues by experience. Mr. L. J. Clark, of Orange Courthouse.Va., writes: " For six years I had an obstinate, running ulcer on my ankle, which at times caused me intense suffering. I was so disabled for a long while that I wa3 wholly unfit for One of the best doctors treated me constantly business. but did me no good. I then tried various blood remedies, without the least benefit. S. S. S. was bo highly recommended that I concluded to try it. and the effect was wonderful. It seemed to get right at the seat of the After Six Years of Intense deep-seated, she coughed incessantly, and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on takinsr first dose, that she sledt all night: and w ith two bottles, has been absolutly cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w. c. 11am-nic- k & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottle free at 11. E. Mclioberts Drug Store. Liila who will visit up there for a mo:ithorso....MissRoda Wells after a' brief visit to friends and relatives here left Saturday for Burgin where she will spend two weeks and then return to her home in Camden. Ohio ....Mrs. .Tack Ilammack and daughter, Mrs. Fred Koahler were visiting the formers sister at Harrorisburg. MissBettie Wilmof who last week 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. Nannie Moore was the guest of Mrs. J. L. "Wells, returned to her home in Camden Sunday accompanied by Miss Rebecca Wells. We v.eie all glad to koi Miss Roda and Mrs. Moore, but they did us a great injury in taking Miss Rebecca away. She was the star iif nnr linnm' irroii!) and her many Glnriouri For Sores, Ulcers, Burns, Galls, Piles, nothing so good as Banner Salve, the most healing medicine in the world. C. C. & J. E. Stormcs. 2uc 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 by neglect. 1IERBINE gives tone to the stomach, and causes good digestion. Price, 50 cts. C. & J. L. C taimes. The entertainment given by the debating Society last Friday night, was well attended. Dr. Kinnaird of Lancaster was here Monday to see Uncle Gran Anderson s wife who lias dropsy. To eradicate worms from the system give tne cinui yiain, nourisnnig VERM1 and WHITE'S CREAM FUGE. The result will be, the worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheerful. Price C. C. & J. E. Stormes, 25 cts. Miss Mary Hamlin of Chicago and MiSiCaryBaugh of London are visiting Miss Addie Cummins. Mr. James Lawrence who has sever al grandchildren, was married to Miss Sowders who is about, 17 on the 4th, Rotary Motioa and figs- - Lung Irritation. Is the forerunner to cousumpison. Dr. Bell's will cure it, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. Twenty-liv- e erts Drug Store. cents at McRob- lm 7& MP!ST 8jT BALL HEARINGS Stone. Born to the wife of Allie Preston, on the 28th ult , a fine boy, Dewey Preston. itu l&.IHaUlHfcilJ 5 V. t'lWfff.STCTV For sale by ' E.15T. iLrnold, Lancaster, Kentucky. KNIGHTS OF PVTHIAS. Fin Leavell, (of color), sold to O. J. nardin, a calf at $18. Miss Mary Leavell, of Point Leavell, opened school at Scott's 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 Tuesday night after the 4th Sunday in this month. Virgil "Wearner and wife, of Kirks-ville, what is the attraction Jims. ...Mrs. Ntnt Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst attended preaching at Scott's Fork, Sunday, and visited Mr. and Those who live on farms arc liable of Pythias, meets every Friday Mrs. Joe Ray. to many accidental cuts, burns, and W. T. West Mr. James Hardin bought of Mr. hall. Ailvis-itin- visited T. L. and family, of your city Saunders and family John Long, one cow and calf for $35. bruises, which heal rapidly when BAL niglit in Odd Fellows last Sunday. SNOW LIN 131 E NT is LARD'S Knights are fraternally invitMessrs. Lish Forbes Mr. and Mrs. Landram Burdett and ner went to Lexington, and Brack Warpromptly applied. Price 25 and 50 cts. Sunday. little (laughter, Edna, of Mt. Hebron, C. C. Ed Bishop, C. C. & J. E. Stormes ed. Ira Miss Lura Layton visited Miss Magvisited Mat Foiger and family, Sungie Saddler, at Teatersville. day. J. P. Ballard has taken a contract J. S. HASEtDEN, K.R..& S Miss Annie Yantis is visiting to put Mr J J Thompsons meadow "Weak Eyes Are JTIade Strong. friends at Mt. Sterling. per acre. There ui) in stack at $1.40 Mrs. P. G. Warner and son, Robert, did vision made clear, styes removed are about 70 acres. and granulated lids or sore eyes of any are visiting relatives in Stanford, this week. Little Maude Perrin returned kind speedily and effectually cured by home with them, after a six weeks' Rev. V. S. Pollett presidinng Fldcr the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye visit here. of the Danville District, will preach salve. Its put up in tubes, and so n here on Friday night before the fifth INSURANCE. a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Stor NinetvDIGEST ofYOUR r lKJD. by Sunday in this month. oer cent, all sickness is caused lm food not being properly digested, it creates poisons and goes into your blood and then yon are Is your liver tired? Does it fail to do liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver its duty? If so, don't neglect its call Companies You will feel e Dan Collier were called to the of Mr. and Mrs. Jfevius, who are critically ill at this writing Mr. Dave Dunn, of Danville, visited his father, Capt. Ike Dunn, of the 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. Ilaselden and have your old saddle made new. Conglied 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. Bell's It has saved my life, J. C. Rosell. Grantsburg, 111. McRoberts Drug Store. lm. bed-siey. disease and force the poison out, and pletely curec. swut s speciiic I was soon com drives out every trace of impurity in the blood, and in this way d sore or ulcer. It cures permanently the most obstinate, is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains not a particle of potash, mercury, or other mineral. S. S. S. cures Contagious Blood Poison. Scrofula, Cancer, Catarrh. Eczema, Rheumatism, Sores. Ulcers, Boils, or any other blood trouble. Insist upon S. S. S. ; nothing can take its place. Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Qa. deep-seate- S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD McCreary. A BOOPI TO MANKINDS DR g "FABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE mzZ I --A- e smf mm CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of IN THKNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN, CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; Bottles, 50 Cents. Sole Proprietor, Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of TOishiiii. I. T. He writes: Four bot tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Rrewer of scrofula, which had caused her great sulTering for years, Terridle -sores would break out on her head and face, and the best doctors could give no lielp: but hercure is complete and her health is excellent. " This shows wnat lhmisands have proved. that Electric Bitters isthelest blood purifier known ll's the supreme remedy for eczema. tetter, liver, kidneys, and powels' ex- yiU. poisons, helpi digestion builds up thp strength. Only "0 cents, sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. (Juaarntced for help. A few doses of IIERB1NE may saveyouaspell of sickness. only perfect liver medicine. It cures Chills and Fever. Price C. C. & J. E. Stormes. 50 cts. IIER-BINEist- KpsflsFotaiDi Aetna, Queen, CASE AGAINST FIELDS. Palatine, National, Four Times lias Judge Combs' Alleged Slayer Been Called to Trial Jury Inipanueled. Powder and watch the results. the good effects after taking one dose. Give it a trial and be convinced. Price 2sc. Or. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough. Just the Medicine for Children. For sale by JAMES F. BALLARD, - - 310 North Mala Street, ST. LOUIS, HO. Eammsck. Mrs. Sam Fields and her sister, Mrs. Keolcr, visited Mrs. S. E. Hammack Coiiiitt&nt, Hartford, Dilewarc, Milwai;iee, Lexington, Ky., July ll. Judge Bullock 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 the smallpox in jail there AVarden Lillard has Council of ISO. nt 10 o'clock a. in. Water to continually refused to take the prisGibson Allen is suffering very much from nix river, 2i miles distant oners, although all signs of the disbe with his eyes, he says it is the result Several in this vicinity have been Thefurnished contract for tifty hydrancs fo city will ease have passed away several weeks of his trip to the city, but we dont term of twenty years. The city reserves th threatened with llux. Oscar Ilammack, of Paint right to reject any ami all bids. The city also asm know it Dr. Ed Poyntz has a bad case of reserves the right to purchase the plant in live Lick, was visiting home folks Sunday A TIMELY HINT. Tjx-ifever, and nothing but a visit ten, or twenty years, as it sees proper. Speel Yon should be wise and see that Tonr blood What among human ills arc more to the coast, or a look upon the cotton Ky.itious on lile in Mayor's oBice. Lancaster. rich and pure and your whole system put in is a . perfectly healthy condition by th use of Dr, nmiovimr than Diles? The afflictions jkls will do him any good. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then you J. K.Stokmes, Com'tce will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds that prevent active exercise are bad Yfc arc now in the midst of a very and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver enough, but one that makes even rest powder is tne Dest meaiciue money can puy. s drouth, and the farmers are all ITotice of Election. miserable is worse. Women are among '.vere Fpr your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprues looking rather bine. Corn is sufferuum Balsam, rnce zsc ana quo TABLEll'S its urcat&vfc martyi-sing for rain, and the grass is almost Bottle. is hereby given that on June Notice .BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will For sale by up. ith 18!)!), the following order was the most obstinate cases. Price, burnt B. Li .uOUUlXTtK cire To cure piles, stkikk attiie uoot duly made and entered by the Garrard ;!) cts. in bottle, tubes 75c. FOR THE REPUBLICANS. fiat's the way. DeWitt's Witch Ila-z- County Court, and on June 27th 1899, C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Salve strikes at the uoot it re- a certified copy, thereof given by the Tbe Llnf ton Chamber of Commerce Ar moves the cause quickly and perman- Clerk of said Court to the Sherrilf ol ranging for a llarbecno to tbe Dele, ently. Don't squander time and money Garrard County, towit. gutes to tbe state Convention. in a vain effort to remove the effect s Garrard County Court. 1899. July 8. The cham Stormes Drug Store. Lexington, June Term, June, Mr. Jacob Clouse bought a sow and lm A petition signed by the required ber of commerce is busy making prep The people m tins community re seve.i pigs from Win. Coldirou for gret very much that 'Squire W. II numbdr of votes, asking that the sense arations for entertaining the delegates $3.01. one of the people shall be taken in voting and visitors to the republican stati Mr. John Hutching began his free Kinnaird lias resigned, livery that ever had any business transac Precinct No. 7 of Magesterial district convention to be held here next week. school at Lawson's school house, July en. tions with him compliment him in No. :$ upon the proposition whether or Gen, Taylor and Col. Stone have loth, with good attendance. not spirituous, vinous, or malt liquort gacd headquarters at the Phcomac highest terms. the J. A. Shear, of Sedalia, Mo., saved Rev. Echols preached here Sunday shall be' sold, bartered or loaned there- hotel. The Chautauqua ended Friday, The from death by croup by using evening and organized a Sunday in, having been liled in the court and lits child auditorium decorations will remain One Minute Cough Cure. Jt curas sehool with fifty-on- e pupils to begin before the Judge thereof on the 22nd for the convention. coughs, colds, pneumonia, la grippe with, Mr, John Wallace was chosen day of May, 1S99: It is now ordered The chamber of commerce will atand all throat and lung troubles, Superintendent and Mrs. Anna Ad that on the 29th day of July 1899, the tempt something' entirely new by givSormes Drug Store. Sheriif of Garrard county will open a ing lm ams, Secretary,. the delegates and visitors a barbepoll in voting precinct No. 7 magistecue. Arrangements are being made to Salem Gillispie's colored), house There Is tio 0;t;uKripu Aloul It. rial district No. 3, for the purpose ol feed 3,000 people. The spread is to be burned to the ground Sunday night, Kb question indeed wjtU those who taking the sense of tne legal voters ready Wednesday afternoon. GusJau-ber- t, while all were at church. There was have used it, but Foley's Ejdn'cy thereof upon the proposition "Wheth that a famous "burgoo" maker, will not anything saved, also several Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kid er or not, spirnuous, vinous or malt have charge. He will make 700 galwere burned. ney and Bladder diseaser. liquors shall be sold, bartered or loan- lons of the "burgoo." There will ba C. C. & J. E. Stormes. .Miss Ella and Bessie Spangler, were ed theein." Before the opening ot two barbecued beeves, 12 of mutton, the guests of 3'our correspondent last! party iha has applied for li- said poll, and within seven days from 10 shoats and '2,000 loaves of bread, beIf the week. cense to seJJ whisky i.u this precinct the time ha receives this order the sides scores of country hams and chickScott, nee Miss Lulie Law- could have been at preaJiijigJastSun-- ; Sheriff of Garrard county will publish ens. Mrs. Ebb rence, died Friday night of lung trou- day evening and seen Iww soinc of his this order "in a weekly newspaper of ble. She has been sick several months, customers behaved themselves during the county haying the largest circula and leaves a huiband, four small chil- Services, he would have been disgust- tion, for a,t l,east two weeks before the 1 u& No More Shakes, y dren and relatives to mourn her loss. ed and would never sell another drop. hojding of said ejection and will also TKY advertise same by printed hand bills ? She was laid to rest la fjje Paint Lick E. W. Nbrris sold u bunch of calves gjntaining a copy pf this order posted , cemstery on Sunday morning at 10 to Ernest Woods at i'20 per head, at live cmspicunus places within said o'clock. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE district for at leasjt two weeks before 1 not only effectually expels worms, but the holding nf said election. HAS NATURE WARNED YOU 7 of The Olork of t)e Garrard County Saiuse herseli cladiP ihe early arbs ng is unequaled as a tonic, and is certain eve tag. blossoms forth trees and flowers causi and permanent cure fdr Chills and Court will certify a copy of this order the despondent chord to vibrate to this, the 1 cX Fever in children. Price S3 cts. most delightful of all,Bprinptime and bow to the Sheriff of said county on or be yon feel? Have you that tired shakyfeeliaav. yc, C. & J. E. Stormes. ChiUs.JtfalarIa andTypwJ tHe 1st day of July 1899. theforernnnecof fore Fever? If so, yon must not pass this warniaf Mrs. J. T. ackley and daughter, A true copy: as it is an indication of sickness; aToid.th,i; us as our advice costs yon nothing. Miss Maggie, of Lincoln, arc visiting consult J. M. Duncan, Cl'k. Attest: Call on your drnefflst and procure a. bo.tjle of 5 r. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Take relhttyeg here.... Miss Mary Andrew Pursuant to said order, there shall THE GUARANTEED CURE. oae dose a day at bed time for six days', faeg Ric, a pretty blonde, of Galveston. be opened a poll at each and all of the . follow by procuring a bottle of Yucatan two Texljs, is.vyjsJfcUig JieaTonic followlnir the directions and after yon :ma,ny relatives voting places in said district, on the 7 Don't Tak h weeks course of these two treat remedies, will feel like the flowers look in the spring. here. bhe is a pereeGf tyjpe.af woman 2Sth day of July 1899, for the purpose 7 Worthies Suisiftuta. T or hot season Prepare yourself for the malarial perms. nd the way the you&g mm .are set out in said order. If is when the atmosphereyour fnll of warns you, hood, system Insktan YUCATAN. PMCE. fiflC. necessary and when castingsheeps eyes at her, there'wiil GJjren jUnder my hand on June 28, repeat tne above. These Remedies in stoclt be manywd hearts when she returns Ba. sold by IS. SAUNDERS, J. 44 . to the lidoe Star state. Sheriff Garrard County, B E McEoberts HE McEoberts. 11 Would Have Cost ISnii I Us Life. Continental, have been using Foley's Kidney Glens Falls, Cure and take great pleasure in stat German American, ing it gave me permanent cure of kid PJienix of Brooklyn, ney disease which certainly would have New York Underwriters cost me my life. I recommed it to any one afflicted with kidney trouble. Liverpool & London & Globe. Oscar Bowman Lebanon, Ky. fiioiuls re;jret to see her leave, but North Urltisli & Mercliantile C. C. & J. E. Stormes. trust prosperity and happiness will follow her where ever she may go Aetna Lifelns. Co. of aunt Wednesday. Several of theCartersville people made their a living trip to Cincinnati Sunday. All S. E. Hammack sold a hog to Yants report a nice time while there, but oh Steward for SS.00. Bids For "Water. Eph J. A. Ross sold two hogs to Fado what a difference on Monday Sealed Mils for furnishing water to the city (i.70. Ilammack accompanied Miss Rebecca Parks for of Luuctifcler, Ky., will be received by the City "Wells as far as Paint Lick Saturday. paid city until Suturd y July I The Jesse Fields for the alleged murder of Judge Combs in Perry county was called for the fourth time Monday, and a jury was impaneled Thusday. Judge Brown, of Loudon, is the special judge. Judge S. B. acting commonwealth attorney, Capt. Golden is conducting the defense. No new evidence is expected. Fields expre:ses much confidence in a favorable verdict. Over 200 witnesses und the friends of the parties concerned arc here, but no trouble is expected. I5ARBOUKSVII.I.E, S. Ky., July case against R. E. McRoberts. UKUCKINRIDGE DENIES IT. Says Ho is Not a Candidate for Governor on An Independent Ticket and li 'ot a landldatp for Co teres. STOR31ES DRUG STORE. THE PUBLIC SALE OF A Dish-ma- n, NATIONAL 1 BANK Moscow May sot l'rlsouera Tree. Lexington. Ky., July 11. Anent the story seut out from Bowling Green j SURPLUS. that the democrats would hold a new CAPITAL QF 1 1 20,,000.00 convention to nominate a mew state IlOO,000.00 ) ticket on which Col. W. C. 1. Ureckiu-ridg- c LANCASTER, KY, would probably be the nominee for governor, Col. Breckinridge said ek$kJa late Sunday night: 'I am not only not a candidate A. R. Denny. Prealdent. for the nomination for governor Jno. E. Stohxes, Vice President. but I would not accept a nomination for that or any other oilice f rum any S. C. Penn y, Cashier. Darty. As 1 stated when the telegrams were sent from here sa3ing that 1 was 11. T. Kmbky. a candidate for the nomination for J. F. Robinson. Jr.. r 'Asa't Cash'r. congress in this district, I was not and am not either a candidate for any nom ination, nor would 1 accept any if ten' DIRECTORS me." Jag Spllman, Sam l.D. Cochran, Garrard 1 Go. Farm. 10, will offer publicly on the premlsss. On Thursflay, Mi 1899, THE DR. REID 2'A situated nt Old Paint Lick, on the Richmond una Lancaster plte. 8 miles from Ijjnca terand miles from Louisville A Xashville depot. The Farm Consists of 330 ACRES, ilrd 1 i" I 3J m I German 1 1 iwi i Powder 25 Cents, The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases tEe human system is heir to. 3Pls.twood 1 Cures INDIGESTION 1 SS I well improved with good new niMni. n churd and all necessary outbuilding, such as oflice In the yard, smote honse.crr!age house. Ice house, kc. .Uo splendid slatted double corn cribs capacity of 400 barrels two tobacco Darns (one oi which I new), stock barn and tenant hone. ELEGANT COJI3I UNITY within one hnudred yards of church, acho-Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson, house, post oflice, and store. The farm will be offered in two tracts 2 acres with the Imw. R. Codk, L. Davldgon. provements SS acres unimproved said tracts Jno. E Stormes. divided by the pike aud then as a whole, the bid or bids accepted which realize the greuttr sum. Sale 111 begin at 11 a. m. S. BEAZLEY. l.'iO acres of knob land Ave or six miles distant will go with the farm. TEKMS OF SALE. One-thicash, balance Teeth extracted without pain In one aud two years with 6 per cent Interest. w th Vitalized Air. Oflice In W.I.LETCHEK. the New Thompson Tiultdlnjc. T: D. ENGLISH, Auc'r. Danville. Ky. m y DENTIST 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 buvers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the market for all kinds of Stock When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of benefit to you. K, jS Price, p exrra expense ana time, in addition to the lo- For Sale by 11 K rtlcRolierts. Now an Elective Ofllce. Richmond, Ky July 10. Hy an edict office of chief of police of this of the I council tho city, which has heretofore been at the dis posal of the council, was made elective. Already Capt. J. D Feency, who has been chief for 20 years, has threo announced opponents. The first elec tion will take place in November. Kentackjr 'Poattnaitrrs. Richmond city Central Covington Stock Yards Co. Commission firms will give prompt attention to consignments 12. Postmasters were appointed in of the fourth-clas- s Kentucky Tuesday as follows: Alton, Anderson county, J. C Wilson; Canada, Pike county, William Collins; Station t Is Camp. Estill county. Allen Wilson. Washinoto, July A BUSINESS THE BRYAKT & EDUCATION Is absolntey.necessary to the youn man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded of first importance to get your training at the school that strands'in the very front rank W. H. HOSHAL & CO., CQmmission Merchants, STRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE HT 11 I Yucatan I Cattle,Hogs,Sheep Tasteless I UNION STOCK YARDS, J BOOK-KEEPIN- SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHY. each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this1 college preferred by bnslheys bouses. 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