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TENTH YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JULY 20 1899 OXE DOLLAR A i nli tIi t NUJrB rEAR r ri i- h I WHATS GOING ON AT HOMEl II II oooseoonoooooooaooooaooooo0oooooaaoooooaoooaaooeooooooaoac oasooooa L Lovely Tafetas at Jo fcnhs Keep out of tlie hot sun jy using one of Josephs pretty The walls on the Owsley block have been completed for the first story and and joists are now being laid Sacfcs Sucks II A B Marksbury Son keep on hand new sacks and will sell to the farmers at cost 100000 bushels of wheat Highest cash market price C C Glass Bro Camp Nelson Ky junc294t Dr Carver the worlds champion shot will each day give an exhibition of fancy shooting during tilt Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 8 to 12 Thinks Well Get It Bro Walton says a glance at the map shows the Southern could build a shorter line by running through Stanford This dont scare us broth er the railroad people will never a map with Stanford on it To ItockcaBtlc Springs Prof Clay Green and his band of musicians left Monday morning for Ilockcastle Springs to furnish music the merry party now at that fa mous resort He took four and the band is prepared to make first rate music Ho Sure Yours It may not be generally known that persons who from carlessncss or cause take mail from the post oflice that belongs to another and fail to return the same are liable to a fine of S200 or one years imprisonment This applies to newspapers thus taken as well as other mail matter Mrs Jacob Nevius whose serious illness was noted in our Bryantsville letter last week died Sunday She had been ill for sometime suffering from paralysis She was C5 years old a devoted church member and was highly esteemed by all Mrs Nevius was a sister of Adjt Gen P IL Collier and had many relatives in Garrard and adjoining counties Fu neral services were held at the family residence Monday afternoon and the remains interred at Pleasant Grove I Para s Wanted Lexington for nien its NcIu8 fin another afternoon d f See ad for Lexington Elegant Piques at Very few blackberries have been brought in They are very scarce Shall strangers be kept from our town by the disgraceful conduct of probably half a dozen idle buys In some locations stock is being driven three miles to water It will take a weeks downpour to start the springs and creels season is getting will close out many clean up Come and cost to 500 Candle Power A strong arc light 500 candle power is in Gaines Faukoncrs Grocery store It makes everything attract ive and lights the people to the place for the best bargains Taxes Hue Town taxes are now due and owners should come forward at once and settle This has to be done and those putting it oil too long will be put to extra expense W G22tf E 31 WALKEII Collector The best curfew ordinance is one that is adopted in each family where the old man acts as mayor and city council night watch and calaboose keeper where line and punishment go together and where a good hickory stick is more to be feared than so much lollypops Jessamine Cutup IMclt Farcti Sold Mrs Julia Shannon of Fort Worth Texas sold to excongressman Mont gomery of Elizabethtown the famous old Camp Dick Robinson farm This I is one of the best farms in Garrard county and a very desirable place ev ry way The price paid was SG2 8 per acre It is now occupied by Len Hud Mr R E McRoberts will get the I new store room adjoining National Bank This is his old stand and Mr M intends lifting it up in the very style Handsome bottles will he put in and everything arranged in the very hest and most complete way Mr McEoberts en joys a tine trade and is determined to keep abreast of the times H fair little The ate and s at see J property lUglltl1iou Arc Journals SUIT have a iveutt latest andy Joseph lit osi1II Y t1il cases I Old papers for sale at this office Spring chickens for sale 0 per pound cash IT B New line belt buckles and fancy goods this week TIIO ON the Jeweler Stamp your checks before sending to banks Parties so fortunate as to have a bank account ought to buy a stamped check book Wa t dv Iron and bring in AVlieutAVIicat 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 MAUKSUUUY SON Creamery Foot Power I have twentylive of these churns which will be sold at 5 each Original price was S7J50 They are the best made and this is a rare chance to get a bargain july20tf Mus J I HAMILTON Property Sold Judge J C Hcmphill has bought of Irvine Miller colored the house and lot on Richmond street adjoining T 1V Reid The judge will soon crect a handsome dwelling thereon It is one of the prettiest building lots in town He would not state price paid Pull Togsther The prosperity of a town is not aided by the wealth of its inhabitants marks the Itfieholasville Journal by the unanimity with which they together In union there is In all forms of advancement success only is achieve In the degree by concerted action Notice Not haYing the time to collect them have left my accounts in the hands of E Brown for collection All those indebted please call at his ollicc a the Police Court room and settle at once and save cost 1V II Lackey 4t by E Brown agent Has Given Great Satisfaction has been keptso busythat he has been compelled to remain a few h days linger to wait on those desiring his services as an eye specialist For C he has been coining tcr to supply the people of this city and county with glasses and not an instance can 02 he failed to give satisfaction If your eyes need treating see him at once FT 1 i an 1 bOneS old tf ill celebrated superlative Goldstein cit d tttiorthcu harmers machinery goo ricc paid IfionTltc the rn will toLiii 5vhsro o x rebut Teas i ynn rttiant mt if TT iiu jyiii WTIH irrwiL jn ni unmm if im THTI ii ii ii i impii ir Great Bargains For thirty days we will offer un heardof of Bargains in Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods Some Odds and Ends in Ladies Ox fords that we will Close out Regardless of Cost 25 Pant Patterns in Foreign and Domestic weaves that we will close at less than Manufactnrers Cost Logan Robinson J i of ns has of and you I r I j17 Q r 4T t J 0 ji i Cij r c r e r r briI r i r Ir t- is Rr 5tW fx aHit l 4a lJ- b t rK i x r Laces in all Jnds styles and prices Josephs The Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 812 For ate On easy payjEWa good house and VVnuiuu Hells 5Jc TTXr Farmers Attention Storage furnished for wheat See R G Ward for particulars Lancas ter Mills Elevator Co If anyone will make the necessary proof before Judge Brown he will certainly make the pistol shooters smoke lIes a splendid judge and does his to the letter One of the many Hying bullets struck a plate glass w i n d 0 w in StOl mss store Saturday night smash ing the glass The refined educated industrious young gentleman who did It will of course W pay time damages A newsy letter from was signed in a manner that did not reveal the author Once again we must take space to say that no un signed communication can be publish cd We want the amc only to know the reports are not for publi cation A Kooiiilitjx Town Lancaster is a booming town but a boom town Six store rooms a hotel an opera house and ten new residences are being built Lexington night you are brother Don t speak of us as a boom town it will cause a stampede Lancaster has had her eyeteeth cut On boom towns Poe to The City Council held a called meet Ing Monday afternoon to talk about about the pistol shoooting They dig cussed cussed and re cussed the situation but took no steps that time Verily the lot of a town councilman is a hard one lie has more troubles the president trio United States Our hustlng neighbors are prepar for the Biggest and best fair ever held in Danville With such men Eph L511rdJjji Frolunan and btlier at its head its safe to say the fair will be a success in eve ry way The dates are Aug 30 31 and Sept 1 Further particulars will be given in THE Special Servici Special services willbe held in all the churches of the city on the first Sunday morning of August her and October The subject for cs united discussion will be The need for more faithful discharge of church duties on the part of all church mem hers with special reference to the proper observance of the Sabbath Fine Lecture THE REGOIID desires to again call attention to the lecture to be given at Court House next Wednesday evening the 2Gth by Prof IT T Taylor of Louisville Training School Subject The Heart of Cuba illustrated line views thrown upon a large Adinission only 25 and Ju Tickets at McRoberts not for It The Lexington Horse Show Carnival August 8 to 12 is the most liberal organization the state has ever seen in Its premiums for beef cattle Sixteen classes aro provided for and over 1000 given away to the Shorthorn breed This is an average nearly 100 to each chips and the classes provided permit 11 ages and both sexes to compete Eloped from llr E II Bcazley of the iffm of Beazley Bros liverymen of Stanford and Miss Kathleen Grinstead daugh the tel of the Rev Grinstead of Millersburg eloped td relljco Tenn the Tuesday night where they were mar Hke Fled Miss Grinstead was visiting friends In Stanford Both parties are the hero and many Lancaster ho friends extend congratulations Flue Singing The music at the colored teachers institute has received many high com pliments from persons competent to seve judge such matters Prof Milton Sneed selected the singers and selects to the music Mrs William Johnston presides at the qrgan and plays as well and many who havo received a regular will musical education A great many white people have both attending the arc convention to enjoy this singing Jttoro Recruits Wanted In officer in Lexington just received instruction from the boys War Department to mUst a number who white mon for Infantry Cavalry light Artillery services In tho Philip in men will be sent to Francisco at once to connect with Steam ship sailing the latter part of this month is the chance for to make a around the world This opportunity will only last a few does men to join should apply at the Recruting offices In Lex or Ky or in will Somerset Ky at once to all rilic n 15 boy nielj for cat otV per PQU d XOI COTI duty PUfC SIgn Your II Herald foe r d i cussed nunlH tIl sac 1 rs b cantass Stanford and well known Trio Recuting ow M van tin J twrs iVante Carters i genuine not a aura t than g apt IiLLulu Sept Watt Fold WrS YLllp f rf l- A S air P ins an I In order for the editor to attend the state Association it was neces sary to put another of experience in the harness and knowing his ability Judge M D Hughes Not laving been in shafts for a long time and the gear rubbing a little lie began to stay before we left town hut upon being assured of our implicit conti toned down and we left thinking he would carry the load safely to its destination It has bcou truthfully said that an old horse is time most unsafe of them this case Jc dCriC in him all md H Svc secured County court Monday See the hot wcathejJpress Goods a J Josephs tasheiwomen have been compell to take their work to Db river a of three mile yjcholasville will have a Street Fair and according to the Journal It will be the biggest thing on wheels And phone your orders to Gaines Faulconers new grocery store and get best fresh groceries at time lowest market price Their Motto is prompt delivery and the bet goods for the least money gIg Timber Sii mcit Silcr Co shipped to New York several car loads of the finest walnut ever cut in Garnird be shipped from New York to Gcrina Walnut timber is getting to be exceedingly scarce and brings figures ExiUctf rite A good democrat suggests that Louis Landnun a ryotc his attou tion to press and the like untiVaTfef the November electron thus giving Judge M D Hughes good show to cany Garrard for Goebel and the rest of time ticket Stanford Journal A Opportunity Dr Goldstein the celebrated occu list arrriveil Sunday and is at the Hamilton House Those should talc advantage of this op portunity of consulting one of the very best specialists in this country Cou sultation and examination free Dr Goldstein will only be here for a few days EZoIton Succeeding H O Frank writes from Poplar Plains K3 under date of July 0 Our meeting at Plummers Landing which begun on the IDth of June closed last Sunday night July 2 wth additions to the church 15 confes and one reclaimed Great inter was manifested The house would accommodate the crowds A Pulut Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Swinnoy Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold written guarantee and money rc funded if not as represented ap13 Theyll Hear Vatclsing Keep an eye on the man who wants above all to treat everybody right the old maid who wouldnt have best roan alive and the small when he refuses pie at supperand widow who lives only for the of the children and to kdep his grave green and keep both eyes on fellow who never told a lie when hacked a cherry tree Winchester Democrat ISockcastlc Springs This famous old resort is enjoying a splendid season and there are now guests there The fare Superb and all appointments complete the smallest detail Iferbert Horn formerly of tItS city is manager his aid Garrard county friends receive a cordial welcome Write a circular and you will see the rates very reasonable Why not take a little rust at this lovely retreat ItQ JIcservinjf Colored JSoj One of the most deserving colored in Lancaster Is Ad McDonald now has charge of the electric plant When time plant was put ho knew nothing whatever of but by giving his undivided attention to the business not only learned to operate the dynamos of which he hums charge but run the large steam engine which drives the machinery A boy who buckle down like this is entitled encouragement c 0 distance FUg Tmcs at finch Rhl VI 11W he They m ofny handsome astor as Ifceding lass o on- t i electricity d 1 logs tthc Gel ocati liar C Ie il tylive now cannn r y 1ni 4 C t 1 f f was no exception to the supposed rule The old wheelboss had not gone far before he the bridle reared up and ran kicking and jumping into the camp ot When we found the coxing in the wheels of THE RECORD had been ground bo a white heat the paint blistered and the Judge in a lather from the run but aside of this the is still able make the regular weekly trips to every home in the good old county of Garrard at only 1 year Now is the tithe to subscribe Democracy returned we outfit to 1 jeer The glorious showers have put new life in everything J When you trade wirjJ Joseph you get valve received eWW time They handle no shoddy gojWjC t The delegates to the Lexingotn headed by Col Collier were seated by committee on credentials Its the height h of fully to say the shooting of pistols Oil the streets of a little town like Lancaster cannot be stopped If you nice Building Lot I can sell you ono 1 to 4acres cheap T CUUIIEY StarcrooKi aori8c3it Will rent room I now occupy in4 give at Omw Stock ofgoods now low and will rj ssjtl as a whole at a great bargain Vrs WEEXKY Meet in SXonr ChojJirtnl Dr McKee ha changed the meet inK hour at the Presbyterian church bock to 74u evening He has been holding services in the afternoon but the session decided the weather was too warm to continue Irec2 MT at White OsxK Pendleton a minister of much eputation will preach at White Oak hOliool house Sunday afternoon at two want to bn from r pOS OIl r Rev oc t convention r3tililnyutt f lock ala Ses Brouelit io lancaster If yon arc In need of i good farm Tjis 3 get our prices They sire the lowest BEAZLST HAUGH1MFU- NERAL DIRECTORS Gill3 B eSt Twol1orse Wagon THE filtAlFLORfilE I 11 J Iiil 11uUulJ1Jl 1 The iTiciTpPiT t 1 ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM a SPECIALTY furniture Carpets c Lancaster iy T MqC JOIIXSTOX JOH X T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON StJOffiSTOI- Civil Eagiseers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY Attomcysand Counselors at Law LANCASTER KY BAL rrNG j JIJxLT 11 Hays HarniltonRobin onJ t n Ihltis TEIoSIS0a2 We ask is your eyes Theyre the best judges of the Tremen dOllS Bargains we offer To their shrewdness we appeal We guarantee is 15 to 40 per cent payable im mediately on every bill goods you buy of us OUR REMOVAL SALE is now going on Come and get some of the good things before they are all gone lOAN WANWffDI f Efli W 0 f1J 1 tp U 1f N d A ii iD Loan confidently The lDGANDHYGDDDSCO t tst t 4 Tbo hvestmot nfl1 t rr t1Ei 1- P j CENTRAL RECORD xvKnr WEEK BV LOUIS LAXDRAif Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY rr raxlaB ONE YAK IH ADVANCE Sir MONTHS THREE lj f 25 THURSDAY July 2O 1899 A uiicnuiTiNa OFFICE is oring to enlist men in Clay county to send to the Philipincs it better idea to bring the nos and turn them loose in Clay Till secular papers are the actual cost of Solomons Temple and are wasting much valuable time thereon But this is the way most religious leaders spend their tUne discussing mousetrack questions of striving to save souls Mucn is being written of the Kissing Bug It is claimed the hug alights upon the lips of pretty girls and dues not release its hold choked loose The k iss leaves a stinging sore and sometimes causes pain If the girls would compel the bugs to quit using whisky and cigar ctts no harm would come from the bites The republican convention held at Lexington last week was largely and quite enthusiastic Every thing passed of quitely and the follow ingticket was nominated For nor W S Taylor of Butler Co LieutenantGovernor John Marshall of Louisville For Secretary of State Caleb ITowcrs of Knox Co For At torneyGeneral Clifton J Pratt Hopkins Co For Auditor Rev John S Sweeney of Bourbon Co For Walter R Day of Brethitt Co For Superintendent of Public John Burke of Campbell Co For Commissioner of Agriculture Capt J VV Throckmorton of Fayett Co What you want is not temporary re lief from piles but a cure to stay cur ed DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures piles and they stay cured 1m Stormes Drug Store LAKE CIIAVTAVQUA N Y DKAU EDITOR AND FIHEXDS- We had dreamed of tauqua many times but the real Chautauqua as it burst upon us some days ago was a revelation Twenty years ago the region about Lake Chau tauqua was little known At that time a site was selected on the Lake where camp meetings held regu larly every year in August Those who have read Four Girls at Chau tauqua can realize how these little meetings grew and how thoroughly they met a great need In those lays Indians were still lurking about the vicintiy and many a French evangelist traveled through the wil derness with pistol in one pocket and Testament in the other The French Presbyterians were the first to awak en religious interest among the na tives A little later came the dists Strange to say they were upon by the Presbyterian workers with holy horror and were regarded not as helpers but as intruders A story is told to illustrate thisMrs McCord looking from kitchen one day noticed that the cows were wildly racing across the field with heads and tails tossing in the air She called her hus bands attention to it and he notic lug that they were fleeing from the forest said impressively Jennie them Methodists holding camp meeting in the woods Since then the Methodists have their title right royally and Bishop Vincent is now as in the beginning the great spirit of Chautauqua The size of the assembly grounds may be indicated by the fact that there are over live hundred cottages and public buildings parks tennis courts and an immense amphithea tre seating 10000 people The Col lege of Liberal Arts opens its doors this week to a large number of of all ages The little Kveyear old tot talks sagely of taking Nature Study and having time also for gym nasium while the grayhaired renew their youth by the sensation of being once more in college Many a luck less youth who has failed in some college study drifts into this parlorot peace to make up the failure and meanwhile enjoys base ball golf boating and swimming For those who are not studying the public lectures the daily devotional hour the Epworth league and Chris tim Endeavor meetings Missionary conference afternoon concerts eve ning entertainments and even the rehersals of the great choir tempt and tantalize the alert person until lie wishes he had as many heads as the Centipede has feet in order to store away all good things Beau tiful Chautamjua the Mecca of thou it sands what wonder that Moth cr Chautauqua as she familiarly called has a constantly increasing family It is estimated that last year anore than fifty thousand were in attendance and the indications to a greater increase this year in cosmopolitan in spirit Chautauqua is the ideal sum o iner resort With best wishes CAUKIK WOODS Panama Cottage Lake Chautauqua For Ulcers Burns Galls Piles nothing so good us Banner Salve the medicine in the world 35c C C J E LV r or AS W bea county instead J until attended Treasurer Instruction J pioneer looked iconoclasts angrily Th proved students tennis the h New York I Sorest mosthealing I Cnde Wouldnt- i Phili discuss Go Ch were 1 r Met yrc i t N f r point 1 Storm r r cs A Wld tralce Bustling ptfl t City Where All Pull Together The subject of this sketch has been a point we have had a de sire to visit and last week presented our first opportunity Henderson is located on the banks of the Ohio about 150 miles below Louisville It rr is a city of probably 10000 people and for push and enterprise far surpasses many cities of twice its size We al ways looked upon the place as hint a big overgrown town like the average in this section of Uncle Sams but in this we were sadly mistaken- pi There are twenty to thirty manufact urine establishments located there the largest of which has a regular establishment is the Henderson Cot ton Mills It runs the year round and VQ were has big lot or orders ahead all the time The raw mater ial is brought by river from the south and many boatloads are required plant is fitted with the latest ed machinery and is pronounced the best in the south Our delegation was shown through the Plata and it tool nearly all one morning to make the trip The Henderson Brewing CDs estab lishment did the proper thing by the buys showing them through the en tire plants and serving an elegant lunch Those who partook of the liquid refreshments said the beer was the finest they ever tasted and it must have been true as an cmplyee showed us where the product was sent every day to all points in the south A delegation of Hendersons citizens met every incoming train and every press boy was shown to the hotel with of our meet ings was held in the immense park a lovely retreat in the centre of town Asphalt walls pretty trees a big fountain and many other attractions go to make this park one of which the citizens may justly feel proud One striking feature of the city is the broad streets every one of which is one hundred feet from curb to curb All kinds of manufacturing is carried on in JIm d ron and several and employees spend their wages with the merchants every Saturday night These men all have families who occupy all the tenement houses and spend a vast amount of money in the town in fact spend all they make- u right there Some dozen elevators almost scrape the cobwebs the sky and whole sale and retail stores nourish in abundance We were so agreeable surprised at the number of enterprises that we undertook to learn how the city got so many them It was not a task to learn it was accomplished simply by the people all pulling together and work ing for the town You can find no people there who think only of own selfish hides and who throw on every enterprise proposed simply because they eau not see where their own priviatc ends will be bene fitted Tkey hustle for the town and are willing to go down into their pockets and hand out the cash to help secure any thing that will benefit the town Those who have money put it up when they sue it will benefit the town and do not sit and watch a few little old dollars like a cat rat hole In other words they do not squeeze a dollar til the eagle is suIT ocated and arc willing to pay accord to their moans for any improve meat suggested Another capital point is the fact that they arc not predjudiced among themselves and when is to ba done they do not run to sec what some wouldbe leader is going to do before they a stand The miser is unknown animal in Henderson and men there sleep at night and do not lie awake studying how to slip their tie old money through the pearly gates or heaven They do the very best they can for the town and have the to see that every improve incut made for the town will in the end prove a blessing to them If they hear of a factory looking for a loca tion they go after it and do not wait and sec if Hon Hayseed Kronickicku er endorses the move or if Col Wind bag Objectoull is opposed to it In fact no men by that name or charac ter live there If a railroad heads that way it immediately given the right of way all the ground they want and any other demand the company sees proper to make As a result they have four different systems of road Socially they are among the best people we ever met They do every thing for the comfort of guests and are never so happy as when looking af ter the wants of strangers Taken as u whole it would be harp to better town either socially morally or in a business way Money seems to be plentiful and it changes hands They arc not infested with any sharks who bury money as soon as they get hold of it but the coin is kept in circulation Every editor present was loud in expressing his at the welcome extended us and is safe to say the boys will go theie again the first opportunity HAS NATURE WARNED YOU Nature herself clad in the early of despondent chord to vibrate to most delightful of all springtime and how do you the forerunner of Chills Malaria and Fever If so not this warning it Is aa indication of sickness us as our advice costs you nothing Call druggist and procure a bottle of one dose a day at bed time for six follow by procuring bottle of Yucatan following the and after two course of these two Treat remedies you will feel like the flowers the spring i prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season warns you i repeat the above These Remedies la stock MbJ B E JJcBoberts IB or 15 15 II 17 r t xY always landingtold a theos t off ring anything stake lit farsightedness a delight spring blossoms forth trees and flowers causing feelingS I onyour Take a is full of Itand when r s fytolcrftiaar donyt r th t all crater vatchin lied Powder t C oaks en germs Et a- I k Theo o b all hell I More Local ExaiMfuatSonti There will be an examination for White teachers held at the County Superintendents olllce Friday and Saturday July 21st and 22cl and at the same place for colored teachers Friday and Saturday July 23th and 20th ELISA LUSK SUPT Sxcnrsloxt to Point Comfort The Chesapeake Ohio Ry has arranged a series of Excursions to Od Point Comfort Va during the month- in 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 limited to 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 The Baptist church has just pur chased a large lot of handsome which they have had TUKRKC OIID ollice to label This reminds us that we recently visited a certain house in Lancaster and saw four song on the piano each bear ing the name of some local church People take these books from the churches unthoughtedly and never them If they would stop Iud consider the work it takes to raise money to buy them the books would be returned Those who are thought Jful and honest will return all song books next Sunday morning Now watch and see who brings them Some people doubtless have so many they will be ashamed to lug in the load Willie at the Press Association last week we spoke to a great many of the editors in regard to holding their next meeting in Lancaster They seemed to take to the idea and were much encouraged at the prospect II Lee Davis was also hustling for Rich rnond and some orie suggested that the editors meet at Richmond remain a day and night and then come and spend the same length of time in Lan caster This latter suggestion seem ed to suit all better and we believe it can be arranged We have many things to show the boys if they will make us a visit and know the time spent in the two towns will be made pleasant The meeting does not take place until next summer and its most too long off to talk about Organize Means I have about concluded remarked- it Capt Herndon to Tins RECORD to organiea Good Times Society any member of which shall be pledged to preach the gospel of good times good and to bring aboutharmony general Adequate penalties will be provided against all who growl or stir up strife and suitable rewards for those who carry sunshine always with them and to him who tries to make at least one soul happy each day every member viII be required to lift his hat He who inflicts causeless pain will be ta booed At our meetings we will nothing but that which males happy those present or absent and no ellort will be made to find out any thing but good of any one The Sod ety will be incorporated so that it will have endless succession and do good forever The Railroad EDITOU EECOKD How many citi zens of the county of Garrard have considered the importance of another railroad and the benefits they would derive from it For example lets r look at the wheat we raise With an t other railroad like the proposed one it would open the market South and the rates would enable you to get from three to live cents per bushel more for your wheat than dealers can afford to pay now The value of your cattle n hogs sheep all kinds of grain hemp etc as well as your farming lands will be enhanced in value very mate rially on account of the facilities for delivering your products Tile item of coal in which we are all more or less interested we could save two or three cents per bushel on every bushel and numerous other articles could be bought at a much less price than now From calculations on theaboveshould w we get this road would result in bene tits from same to the farmers and cit izens of the county of over 150000 each Every farmer in the should be specially interested in procuring the rightofway for this road and renter all the assistance he possibly can Tall for it and work for it it will be money in your Let us not mirs such a favorable opportunity as the present one to in crease the value of our land and the price of our products PKOGIIESS Glorious Jfewn Comes from Dr D B Cargile of Washita I T He writes Four bot Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which caused gn her great suffering years would break out on her head and ed face and the best doctors could give no help but is complete and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved thatEJectric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy eczema tetter liver kidneys and povvels pels poisons helps digestion builds the strength Only 50 cents sold E McKoberts Druggist Guaarnteed s to 0 Old a Ky Xi3mU Cooks songbooks books lying return YnutEln we ball prod discuss I I car county pockets J tlesof for bereave ex by eli 1 c t t v I I C We b had Terri for raAwW W S die UpI l i for her IMie City Council advertised forbids on waterworks and the time named opening the proposals is next urday morning We do not know many bids have been made but it is safe to say the Council will then near what the system will cost The only drawback our town now has is the scarcity of water We only have about one cistern to every two dwellings and not more than ten or twelve are located between the first alley and Square These are all small and right now there is barely enough water in all to fill one The tax levi ed by waterworks will not be more than twentyfive cents and the insur ance companies have agreed to reduce their rates 3 In this property owners will make a big saving and property owners do the paying seems their wishes should be given preference in the matter Of there is objection to the proposition like there has been to every other im provement we have gotten but judg ing from the lengthy petition which has been presented to the Council we do not see how they can well get around the matter 9 Tlc advertisement states positively that the city reserves the right to buy the system in live ten or twenty years which clause is a good one After the system has been put in and our peo pie realize its we do not believe there would be a vote cast against the town buying it This has been the experience everywhere else and we would be no exception to the rule It does seem that the large amount of handsome costly property now being erected should be given some protection from fire Lancaster has suffered more from fire than has any town its size in Kentucky In nearly every case where we had a big fire the flames were discovered in ample time to have been extinguished had we had any facilities If the money required in rebuilding could have been put to other improvements we would now have the best town in the state This matter should be weighed wel7 before steps are taken and we hope the Council will ponder deep and long before dropping the subject Cheap Excursion to Oltl 5 oint Comfort The Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad will run its second Excursion from Lexington to Old Point Comfort on Tuesday July 25th Tickets will be 1500 for the round trip good on both morning and evening regular trains and good returning 21 days Stop avers will be granted at any station east of Kanawha Falls on return trip Old Point Comfort offers more attractions this year than evei beforeBeing the most prominent Naval Base during our war with Spain ifc is fitting that the captured ships and trophies should be brought there A number of our war vessels are now at Norfolk Navy Yard No other trip offers such a diversity of pleasures Mountains Sea Shore Rivers and Ocean as dues a trip t Old Point Comfort Send in your name at once forsleeping car r erva tions Gco W Barney D P A Lexington Ky Discovered by a YVonmn Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in thh country Disease fastened its clutches ubon her and for seven years she its severest tests but her vita organs were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she sledt all night and with two bottles has been absolutly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes w c Co of Shelby N C free atR E McRoberts Drug Store There is No Question About it No question indeed with those whr Rare used it but that Foleys Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kid and Bladder disease C C J E Stormes McCREART Sitfdcrs and Walker shipped a car load of hogs this week Mr M II Forbes has a Job In Kirby Grimes blacksmith shop at Kirks villc Stun wife and children of Madison were the guests of Mr und Mrs John last Miss MA Long is visiting friends and relatives in Jessamine We are glad to say Mr Clarance Wenrieu is able to bi np n gaiu after a very severe case of mcasels Mr Sam Cotton und wife visited relatives In Mud ison Saturday night and Sunday Master Loyd ierrin and lltte sister Llllie Garr of Stanford are visiting their Mr and Mrs P G Warner PAINT LICK Onr baseball nino went to Cartersville to piny the nine and Will defeated to 1 Moore Cos tack carried them up there Mr Wm Loner of Jessamine county and Rnyuii McKrIiIe and sister of Louisville are giiestg of Walker Guynn Quite si crowd of young folks visited at Slate Lick Springs last Wednesday and bad n nice time Misses Rune nun Mary Beazley of Bourbon county were the of Mrs RJJ Beazley Inst week Mrs Lucy Martin ai family Ijtve moved Slate Lick Springs foFsoveral weeks Miss Ida Drogle of Perpyvllle is the charming of Miss Ada KiyRov and Mrs Kchols uve u Biitlj joijnty attending protract nuenng Jilts Veiser of Bovl I guest of the Misses Francis MI8 Soottio Petty of Lincaitur lies been visltlne hero the lint wook MUs Mlttie Uum a pret- tyyouuglrtdyof Ilrynntdvilta returned homo alter spending several guys with friends Mr J T L operator Agent at Ford mrde a flyflig trip to etc his pa I C Kncker Sunday Mrs Jim Conn of HyaltsVlIle was up to see father and mother Mr and Mrs I CJJuck Sunday Miss Burks of near Poles teaT who has been visiting friends near here has gone to WUmore ou a visit 5Q alt d 1V r for Sat how know I I course advantages going withstood Lon lts guests I henkuekr r N II ell I rNrNNY iiI C Long gruudpur hue d rants 3Ir and hies 4 1 ut L 1 W are having fine rates plenty of water S Morgan received several lambs here Mon day for which ho paid 5c Rev Bony Horton of the Ilolston Cooler ance preached hers Monday W IJ Brown and John Crest started to the mountains Monday to buy stock Will Elmore and J B Hntcbin bought a cow and calf from Mr Foly for 35 A sold a nice male yearling to Mr Smith of PoOkcastle county for fio Mr W P Grimes is having hart with his calves having lost in all about 12 head The childrens day which met at W T B Whites hi t Saturday was well attended and hall some fine speeches Thompson sold some shepp to Mr Swine broad and lost the check before he got to Preachesville but found it thisitJ V Pettus and down the branch by where the Drakes Creek church use o stand and strike Drakes Creek near J F Greens Mr and Mrs Dave Anderson lIlts been attend- Ing the camp meitiug Wlliuore for a few days Sirs John Iloltzclaw of Gilberts Creek was here Sunday stoplng wIth Mrs Cum mlns Vlsses Sallie and Osa visiting Mrs Lettie Thompson Sundae Mr Thomas Harber of Texas was here first of the week visiting relatives Sirs Harrott Foly of Williamsbnrg Is visiting her daughter Mrs Ilattie ilutchlns You get up in the morning tired a bad taste in the mouth and a headache Know whats the matter Biliousness Take DeWItts Little Early Risers They regulate the liver and cure con stipation pleasantly and promptly Never gripe Stormes Drug Store JUDSON Miss Saute Anderson opened school at plea att Hill with large attendance Geo Grow sold to Geo Raney a horse for 75 Geo Grow bought of Den Shearer one calf for 10 Messrs Brack L and J W Sunders attended the Republican convention at Lex Ington week Mr Mike wIre aud Miss Atkinson spout Friday at lock no 8 Messrs Luther Raney and Ben tame went t Stanford Monday Mrs Margaret Lane list week with her niece Sirs Clara Bradsbuw of Xina Mrs Duce Pay accompanied by her cousin Mr Simpson Is spending the week with her sister Mrs Chad White at Rlch uioud Mr Wm Teater and Miss Deiii- Humphry were the guests of Mrs Geo Grou Friday Mr Win Simpson wife and Credeof Teatersville spent Sunday with Sarah Grow Mrs A D Ford attendee the holiness nt Wilmore lest week T L Sanders wife cud daughters Pearl and Peachie Mae visited J M Sanders out day last week Mr Jim Jackson ot Marksbary and Miss Celeste Simpson of Suck eye spout Saturday and Sunday with Missef Mary Grow and Emma Kaylor Jack Turuei and by Mr Bolt on and wife of Teat rsvllle spent several day lust week with relatives at liedgeville firfhiiif hunting and having a good time in general John Luue Noi man curl Kd Grow and several from Stone attended the Methodist campineet ing at Wilmore Sunday W N Grow tine rife spent Sunday with their uncle Mr J M Harden of MeCrcary Thomas Thurman deputy sheriff ol Troy fro says if everyone in the United States should discover the vir tuc of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve fOl piles rectartroubles and skin diseases the demand could not be supplied Im Stormes Store HUBBLE McKendee church Sunday afternoon sad nigh IUd will likely preach for a week or so The infant son of Mr Henry Spoouamort lied at their home near Monday Jt wi laid to rest in the Blackerby graveyard nub ble Bright Sutton and George Robertson will leave Immediate for New Mexico for their health Miss Sallie Smith returned Loon Monday utter a visit to her hi others neat Stanford John Menefee wife and little baby etnrned home Siiturdiy from vist to Stat ford Mrs Sallie Enlwuks Jlr Arthur am Miss Pearlle made a visit to relatives at Hull lap Sunday Mr Wilson Alexander ant sis er Bessie returned home Monday from Wii more II J Luce came home from Wilmorr where he has been attending the cutup meets jug Ed White and wiG returned lioim Tuesday from Wilmore where they have been visiting her father and mother There is a time for all things The to take DeWitts Little Early Risers is when you are suffering from constipation biliousness sickhead iche indigestion or other stomach or liver troubles 1m Stormes Drug Store MARKSBURT Sirs Carney Is suIT ring with a broken arm Miss Emily Humphrey of Georgetown was the charmlngguest of Misses Sadie and Pearl Vldndge last week Henry Parks sold two short horn calves to James Speaks for 30 and a good milk cow to II D Aldridge for 10 B F Robinson bought of H Aldrldge a fat cow for 31iV per hundred and one from ihomas Barker at per pound Some one stole Mr T I Herrings buggy horse last Saturday nght He found it in Lancaster on its way horns suppose it bad gotten away from the thief Several conples from this vicinity attended a picnic at the Iron Bridge last Saturday The young ladles of that neighborhood served n nplendlci dinner which everyone enjoyed Miss Aggie Bourne was chaperone Miss Dixie began a 5 months school at Herring school house on Danville rood Stout day July 17 and Miss Kate West began the pub Ill school at Orchard Grove the same day William Parks nccompmled by his daughter Miss Julie spent lust week with his daughters Mesdames Frank Carney und James Hawkins in Washington and Nelson counties The yonng people in this community gore a picnic at Camp Nelson Saturday July 15th in honor ofMiss Emily Humphreys Everyone spent an enjoyable day Mesdames R II Hum phreys and N U Bogle chaperoned the crowd As wo walked through the city of the dead we thought of the berries path our feet tilts long and dreamless slum her whtre the flowers are blooming Vhat among human Ills are more annoying than plies The afflictions that prevent active exercise are bad but one that makes even rest miserable Is worse Women are among the most cases Price cts in bottle tubes 75c C C J E Stormes PRE CHEBSVILLE tock J lu k J H old Itt WII Dudderur ware IV n Grow T lust spent cumpme till Drug Clnrkof Tancajter wla preach at the hire a II time a 1 ct Kernp Ir beautiful who sweat Feelcure o S I title Irvin lathe n Jars wife Eli uit Rev deep ough obstinate n I AM 80 YEARS OLD nJ nevcrnsed auy e uui to Ur KfcU a PineIurHoney It pivca qnrS and pcrsacccnSrPlfef In well aaco2hi and It makes YlIII Iii W 1 1t lli weak 1 nntzJ 8tr 4 Metetdi tire CAb rss gripes gold a Irs St e MacMie 1 i VC S A- i0JCn o W eoellis ry King out do Old Ring in the new Ring out tics falsa Ring in the bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway BELLS Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Positlvo Curs for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes Ore healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough v tt Ve DR PineaTar Honey coughworn out truer r SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottlea Only ZSc SOc and 100 Sl BE SUHE YOU GET Bans P224s Ss stae Dont forget that we have many AT ABOUT HALF PRICE 7 or rr Gallerv 1 DANV3ZIE This is now the most uptf been recently equipped with Ihs Marvelous Anasiimat Lenses The new discovery in optical science Iwish to say to the Ladlesft that These Lenses S Zs TTSST received a Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould 7 ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to beV appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to V the most Elaborate Paintings among the lot is the New French i 1LErjRDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures AJ Embroidered flats French all pictures that require X a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices f We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ollice Somthing Everybody Wants OR ANY KIND OF VEHICLE Cheaper than Any Place In Central Ky Also Best Rubber Tires lannfacfured BQl noWJ a fJD n HA D BO OKSl AS GOOD AS NEW J11A D E R TSm r U v 1 J Jli r A Gallery ill Central lit 1 3Just L irec f Water and 6 1 J GOOD BUY SURREY 4 ROADWAGDN W J ROMANS A I jLE 1 f- z iic having cr IF Gulurs Rotary Motloa and Ball Bearings sale by Lancaster Kentucky J aiV1IlrrW i6S 771 t t KUIGHTS OF PVTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed ED BISIIOP C C Bids For Water Pealed bids for furnishIng water to the city 22 1S99 at 10 oclock a m water to be furnished from Dix river 2 miles distant The city will contract for fifty hydrants fo term of twenty years The city reserves th right to reject any and all bids The city also reserves the right to purchase the plant in live ten or twenty years as it sees proper Specs licutious on flits in Mayors office LaccuxturKy J C TIIOSIPSOX JK STORMES Comt e W H HOSEAL CO Commission Merchants G8ttieHogsSheep STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI a Information furriisiied Cousignyour stock di Phone T31 I I t I I S HASELDEN KR S CityCouncil ft regarding eel to us S UNION r estogkcheer tr t YOU REALIZING THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE kU vr rv j WE CARRY THE BEST TO BE HAD AND 1 SELL THEM FOR THE LEAST MONEY Complete Lines of Lovely Neckwear Fine Hats Pretty Shirts Fine Shoes L fN I L c t t tA f l IA tJI I ta i61 tn r I4f B iW e7f f 7i 7i W7f f 7i 7p 7 7 Ai 7fgI f E 1 7t 7y f V 7 Ai 7t 7f Wf 1 7 7 OF COURSE ANT i Very Best Clothing at Low Prices iFULLY o THE GLOBE L FROHnnJfYiN CO DANVILLEe iN 0 I I Qf f f T 1 tI T 1 1 T f gI W T gi T f IT T 1 Jt I s I TfIL i- tI a n a Ju 9 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY July 20 1899 Miss Janie Lusk is at Mallory Springs to spend several weeks iFr J II Grubbs has taken charge of the Blue Gmss grocery Miss Eva Grant of Danville is iting relatives in this city Major Dick Ryan spent a few days m Lexington and Louisville Miss Mary Myers of Richmond is visiting Miss Bessie Batson Miss Maude Miller is visiting her grand parents at Mt Vernon Joshua Clarke of Danville is visiting her father Joe Rogers A party is being made up to spend a few weeks at Cumberland Falls Mrs T S Miller visited her brother C J Doty and took in Chautauqua Miss Olivia Sweeney is spending a few days with relatives in London Miss Mary Saunders of Stanford is the guest ot Misses llella and Allie Arnold 31 r Win Moberlcy and wife of Knoxville are visiting relatives near Hubble Miss Marie Warren a Stanford beauty has been visiting Lancaster relatives Coleman Lee who has been visiting Lancaster friends returned to London Monday Mrs James McCarlcy leaves today to visit her daughter Mrs Pettus in Lebanon Miss Laura Bright Doty of Bran non is visiting her little friends in LancasterMrs Hughes has been visiting her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton at Marksbury Mrs Baumstark and daughter of Madison have been visiting MrsHun ley Singleton Mesdames Mary Elkin and Sam Em bry at Dripping Springs to spend a few weeks Mrs Kate Middleton of Ilarrods burg has been the guest of her sister Mrs George Farris Mr and Mrs J T Cherry of Brod head have been the guests of Mr and Mrs J L Hamilton Miss Jennie Powell and Mr Crow of Hustonville spent Sunday with Miss Lizzie Thompson Cash Pumphrey who now has a good job at Lakeland was here Sun day to see his parents Misses Susan Bixler and Lula Simp son of Ilarrodsburg have been visit ing Lou Dryers Misses Lizzis and Mattie Thompson have returned from a visit to relatives in Stanford and Hustonville Casey M Owsley was here this week He is meeting with much success practicing law in Lexington Miss Nannee Harris came from Lake land to Stanford Thursday and is now visiting relatives iu that city Miss Kate Walker came over from Lexington Saturday and is now niece Mrs R A Burnside Master Hugh Miller is enjoying cation with his little cousin Miss Georgie Barnes Doty of Brannon Misses Dorcas Francis of Richmond and Florence Burnside of Point Leav ell are guests of Miss Dorcas Leavell Mr Eugene Moss and handsome wife are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs W B Moss on Lexing ton avenue Mr Charles F Denman wife and pretty baby have returned to Nicho lasville after a short stay with Mr West and family u Rev Masses wife and little ron Drue 3Irs H Singleton and 3Ir Pendletonattended the Sunday school picnic at Crab Orchard Saturday UfDOOOO couo coo Miss Sallie a I J eeeeeeoeooora LPERsoNAJ1 vii I t Airs 1 r 1t i are I i t wither w Alex 4 s h o Miss Emily Humphreys of who formerly lived in this city was here a few days visiting the fami lies of T C Boner and Henry Ald ridgeThe society folks have been having quite a lively time Houseparties dances picnics and other functions have made the visitors time quite pleasantMaster Bowman Brewer and sister Miss Lillian of Lebanon and Miss Gertrude Noel of Stanford are being entertained at a houseparty by Brew cr and Hiatt Layton Mr R II Batson and wife Saturday from Tatham Springs Many friends will be glad to of a great improvement in Mrs health She had been ill for quite a while has received an an nounccment of the marriage of Percy Ewing and Miss Bettie Barnett at Decatur Ills The brides family once resided and she is as quite a lovely young lady Col E C Hopper secretary of La tonia race course was here a short time last week to see his sister Miss Jane and brother John Ed was looking as line as a twoyearold and was warmly greeted by many old friends A telephone from Mr Jas S at Parksville Boyle county yesterday reported Thomas Under wood some better with a good chance of This will be glad tidings to his many friends in Journal Depot Agent Patterson is in the mountains enjoying a wellearned rest Mrs Patterson has charge during his absence and patrons of the railroad are delighted with the capable and prompt manner in which she conducts the business Mr W S Watson an old Lancaster boy now engaged in the drug business at Atlanta was here a few days last week mingling with friends of his boyhood days Canty is doing quite well in his southern home and has a well established business There are more pretty girls in Hen derson than any place we river visited The big ball given the editors was a sight of lowliness one seldom beholds on earth It caused the old editors ourself among the num her to prance about like yearlings Lou C Hopper has been hore this week visiting his sister Miss Jane and brother John Lou in the Covington district and has an assignment which keeps him hump ing He is an old Lancaster boy and like all others thinks theres no place like home Col B M Burdett writes TIlE REC from Lexington stating that he is now located in that city poring nently and will be over soon to good people of Garrard and to get his library He says his prospects for success there are good Mrs Burdett be there from Florida in a few days and will spend the summer in Mason county with her mother Dr and Mrs W S Elkin who have been visiting Lancaster relatives left Monday morning for the lakes where they will spend some weeks before to their home in Atlanta Their visit here was greatly enjoyed by a large circle of admiring friends Simp is one of the foremost physicians of the south and is a Lancaster boy of whom all our citizens tue justly proud About the most enjoyable social function given in Lancaster recently was the houseparty of Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines The young ladies composing the party were Anna Swift Long of Winchester Agatha Long of Georgetown Sadie Fogg Lexington and Bessie Turley Richmond The Misses Gaines cer tainly proved the fact that they knJw how iX entertain and the young peo pie will long remember the occasion as one of genuine happiness and pleas Hayrides picnics dances and other entertainments followed upon each other withsuch rapidity that the entire time as one youngrtlady express ed it seemed like one sweet dream 1 Georgetown returned TilE RECORD here remembered recovery rheumatic is a seethe r learn- S McKenzie gauge R will returning Misses r B u Mrs Clifford of Virginia is the guest of Mrs Gresham Miss Stella Adams of Richmond is I visiting Miss Ellene Hiatt Miss Margaret a Stanford belle is visiting her aunt Mrs J M Hiatt Miss Carleen Ballard and Messrs B B Ballard and Bee Sigmore of Rich mond are guests of Miss Nellie Dil Ion The picnic given at Cave Spring in honor of Miss Games houseparty was one of great enjoyment to the young folks attending A bountiful lunch was spread and the clay spent in ram Ming about the pretty cliffs of Dix river The following were present Misses Fogg Hudson Pendleton Long Gaines Carpenter Hush Royston Herring and Messrs Kmnaird Frisbie Thompson II and B learn don Turley Hughes Davidson Her ring Walden Embry Marksbury Haselden Henry The party was chaperoned by Mesdames Stormes and YoungOur was never honored by a more welcome guest than when Mr W M Bugle walked in upon us Mr B and his charming bet terhalf have been visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs W H Whet ritt Ir Bogies presence brought back to mind the good old days when we worked for him as cub end la ter as a telegraph operator on the L N If in this world will provoke cuss words a railroad mans duties will but we never knew Mr B to lose his temper and profanity was not toloratcd in his otticc He is a pure Christian gentleman and we lure him like a brother Had we ta ken IllS advice and stuck to the L N instead of accepting a government job we would probably be some today A charming dance was given at the Mason Hotel in honor of Miss Gaines houseparty Good music was furnish ed and the youngsters will long re member the occasion The list of young ladies as handed in is as Misses Annie Swift Pendleton of Winchester Sadie Fogg of Agatha Long of Georgetown Bessie Turley Emily Chenault Earl Chenault Hayden Katharine Smith of Richmond Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines Nellie Marrs Amy Davidson Florence Harris Carrie Curry Grace Kmnaird Annie Loyd Herring Bessie and Jennie Burnside Alberta Anderson Mr and Mrs J E Stormes Messrs Turley Feland Chenault Wagers of Richmond Thompson of Georgetown Coleman Lee London and Burnside Denny Marksbury M and L West H and Herndon Kinnaird Will Walker Hughes Frisbie Haselden Robinson Walden and some fifteen or twenty others The surveying party which has occupied quarters at the Graded School broke camp last week and at Brown Spring near Crab No party has ever visited our little city which sooner gained the es teem and respect of our citizens They are wellbred highly educated and certainly conduct themselves in a manner which meets the of all lovers of society The party is composed of Messrs Jerry and E B Respess of Winston North Carolina W H Burk G M Clark o New York City R Obar C Gamble of Tennessee and G W Nelson ol Virginia Our people did what they could to make their stay pleasant and many regrets were expressed when leaving time came especially from several young ladies We all hope th young men will be given positions locating and constructing the road through our city Claude Wherritt Shorty accepted a position with thf corps and will assist in running the line to Jellico He Fooled Surgeons All doctors told Renick Hamiltoncf West Jefferson O after 18 months from FStual he would die unless a operation was per formed bnt he cured himself with five of Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on and the Salve in the 25 cents a box Sold McRoberts Druggist I Noel Saturday anything follows Lexington Tevis located gentlemen approbation 0 Ear nf best byRE I West C account Orchard oil the rectal costly boxes World v Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Take a Worthless Substiiute ulcRoberts jTIic Servant Qucstioi The Bourbon Pews has this to say on a question that interests nearly ev ery household in Lancaster The News says rIle housekeepers of well as all other Kentucky towns are just now having us ual summer experience with the ser rant question Scores of families are without cooks or housemaids and it seems almost impossible to keep one for more than a fortnight at a time during the summer months as they give up their positions without notice and have money to ride in carriages to camp meetings or patronize excur sinus Most of them positively refuse to work as one working servant can keep two families in victuals These people who refuse to work hrsummer should be marked for reference when the Elk Charity Fund and the County Judge are giving out money and pro visions in winter It is easy for will tug workers to secure employment in Paris and those who will not work do not deserve charity in winter WHITES CREAM YERMIFDGE not only effectually expels worms hut is unequaled as a tonic and is a certain and permanent cure for Chills and Fever in children Price 25 cts C C 7 E Stormes Prohibition Convention The Prohibitionists of Kentucky will meet in mass convention at Louisville Aug 1st and 2nd to nominate a State ticket Hon Samuel Dickie Albion Michigan and chairman of the Natio nal Prohibition Executive Committee will be present Reduced rates on all the railroads have been secured on the certificate plan The Willard hotel will be headquarters and convention will be held in Music Hall A banquet will be held at the Willard Tuesday evening J A Shear of Sedalia Mo saved his child from death by croup by using One Minute Cough Cure It cures coughs colds pneumonia la grippe and all throat and lung troubles Im Sormes Drug Store 1 rfQ No More shakes q TRY k C I Insist r1n YUCATAN PRICE SOC R E Parisas their I c u 1 lit V I August 8 9 10 Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomac and liver are out of orber All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appe tite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that berfect health and great energy Only 25 cents at any Dru Store No hog except those kept for breed j hug purposes can show good cause why he should be living after he is one year old lie should have been in tile scald ing trough at eight W M Gallagher of Bryan Pa says For forty years I have tried various cough medicines One Minute Cough Cure is best ofall It relieves instant ly and cures all throat and lung trou tiles 1m Drug Store Six good thrifty pigs to a sow arc better than a dozen runts Every sow is not a good milker they differ as much as cows The pigs must have all they will for slow growth brings poor returns The pretty pig is the fat one To cure piles STKIKE AT THE KOOT thats the way Do Witts Witch Ha zal Salve STUIKES AT THE KOOT it re moves the CAUSE quickly and perman entry Dont squander time and money in a vain effort to remove the EFFECTS 1m Stornfes Drug Store Wheat threshing in Scott county is in active progress Those farmers who have finished threshing report a yield of from 5 to 2i bushels to the acre The late wheat did not turn out well Those who live on farms are liable to many accidental outs burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BAL LARDS SNOW LINIMENT is promptly applied Price 25 and 50 cts 1m C C J E Stormes Mr Sam Forsythe has sold to Monte Fox for Lehman sixty head of export cattle weighing l4l 5 pounds at 4 cents were probably the largest cattle in the county and water Harrodsburg Democrat CVbMPS T6V CURES DIGESTION The entering wedge for all Diseases the human system is heir to PRICE 25 GENTS For Sale by E E McEoberts W I The Appetite or a GOt months- I Storm s toN German Over Powder cats always C r I LexingtonHorse Fair Carnival II and 12 1899 BIGGEST THING EVER INAUGURATED IN THE SOUTH 25000 Given Away in Purses and Premiums FOR LIVE STOCK AMUSEMENTS Diving Elks Diving Horses High Bicycle Dive Guideless Wonders y Bucking Elks y Driving Elks The Worlds fair Midway Rivalled With All the Objectionable Eliminated For catalogues premium lists entry blanks and all Information EWSHANKLIN Secretary Lexington Ky Excursion pn All Railroads d J i 5 n J 4 i 1C r 1 t Features address Rakes i t- a x vK 11111 t ttOL Ali a acoAt1G aa a cs gyp 1 ctrl a a1t STOUT CAN SELL YOU Paint Wall Tintings Gheapar than any House in this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced srrORIE DRUG STORE LILL RD 4 DANTILLE RY Requestor R Goldstein will Remain in Lancaster Ky at the Hamilton House a few Days Oriy BySpecial It is my specialty to fit glasses In such inuiiiier that they relieve eyestrain perfec tly fitting the eye with spectacles that see with ease and comfort thus preserving the eye In examining the eye ours the latest and most Improved methods and Instruments ure usedPhysicians especially are Invited to call and Investigate my methods of correcting errors of retraction Many cases of headache neural gin nervousness irritability insomnia verti go nervous prostration and the seeming of children ore often due to defective vision caused by an abnormal curvature of the cornea or crystaline lens or to an the refracting media of the eye cud are re leved at once upon the application the proper glasses Ninety per cent of the people over years of age need glasses and 50 per cent of 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 of testing each sepur ately Special attention is given to any quality that may exist between the refraction of the eye th you can stu- pIdity irregularity- of Z assist eye toe Optical science has made many rapid ndvan ces within the last few years The correct adaption of spectacles has become a distinct profession The optician who thoroughly understands his business realizes fully that in adjusting glasses for his patients he is treating with a most delicate and precious orgin where the slightest error result seriously while if he does his work well he not only gives comfort and ease to his patients bnt in many instances restores the sight Special care should be taken in selecting th first of spectacles nor should it be without the aid of a responsible opttcnn It is most important that the lenaes should be accurately centered and of the best quality and the frames so made that the wearer looks directly through the center Glasses nicely fitted to the face become an ornament as wel as a necessity Fitting children spectacles a specialty Parents do not neglect your childrens eyes Difficult solicited All questions In regard to the oboe fully answered Consultation andExamination Free Office hours from 10 a m to 3 p m at the Hamilton House Lancaster Ky Honda t may parr attempted 1 with cases ekes July 1T e9 f A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY TAR IS THE GREAT THROAT and LUNO REMEDY FOLEYSHONEY J X DUNNNOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Sirayor and for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Please Remember The middle of the year is past and settling is at hand i Need the Money due me and must insist that my friends call in and settle Sallie 0 Tilleft FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE SFEDJGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE COOP NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Jgts Office ovei Poat Office LANCASTER KKXTUCKV ORGANIZED 1R83 Capital Surplus Fund S5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED and PromptAttention Qa Y LXAVBLU 8 V HUDSON V O RlONBT WJLLKXX Preside Cuhlet Bookkeepm DIRECTORS IdtWIg Y IiBAYBU 8 JOHNSON SCABHOLDJB BFHuMen time AND MARINE CITIZEN Bill Oeful I M CasbJ D T X OLD uXGJUI J1Wrus JACU i i fill riii IRE NATIONAL LAIIOASTEB YT arastse Vice Preeidext r f YIitBUitdis4- 1C 1 7 L ri- LK 1 t 1 MOST STAMP TilEflt OIIKCiCS Banks Will No Longer Bo To AlHx Stumps For Their Customers Washington July Wilson of Ih3 Internal Jlevcuus De partment has issued a circular prohibiting banks from stamps to cliesci unstampad when pro Dented and requiring them to return the same to thedrawers In his circu Jar to Collectors the Commissioner saysYou are directed to notify thebanks that are guilty of stamping unstamped checks that if the is not imme diately discontinued will be to the United States District Attorn3y for prosecution The instuction contained in Treas ury decision No l GOfi under late of June ISIS to th eitect that tfccrc was no objection to the atlixing hv the hank of tha requisite stamp to This instruction was to meet an emergency immediately preceding taking of the stami act on in order to obviate the necessity of returning by the banks of checks issuedJ v drawers in ignorance of the law The law being now generally under stood there is no further need of such permission This action was taken upon that certain hanks had adopt ed the practice of as an advertisement to secure patron age as against rival banks DeWitts Little Early Risers nets as a faultless pill should cleansing reviving the system instead of weak cuing They arc mild and sure small und pleasant to take and entirely free from objectionable drugs They assist rather than 3m Stormes Drug Store Rye makes a desirable fool for all kinds of stock increases the quantity 1y of milk produced and is a saving of from one to two tons of good hay for every acre sown and not least fords a green crop to be plowed under in the spring to renew and enrich the land r Is your liver tired Does it fail todo its duty If so dont neglect its call for help A few doses of may saveyou a spell of sickness HEn 1JIXE is the only perfect liver cine It cures Clvjlls and Fever Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes The Lncoln Democrat reports the wheat crop in the south end of county as not yielding more than half a crop and of that the quality is not tLC best VonM Ijive Cot nun ISis Life I have been using Folcys Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stat ing it gave me permanent cure of kid ncr disease which certainly would have I recommed it to afflicted with kidney trouble Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky C C J E Stormes AMERICAS REPRESENTATIVE FASHION MAGAZINE Published flonthly WITH HANDSOME I COLORED PLATESi ALSO ILLUSTRATES The Celebrated STANDARD PATTERNST- he only reliable patterns because they allow scams Subscription Price 100 a year 10 cents for single copies CANVASSERS WANTED FOR THIS PUBL5CATIGFJ i Liberal cash commission Write for sample copy and terms to Subscription Department THE DESIGNER 32 West 14th Stieet New York City J 1 r r n w 1 f E i 1 absolutely reported payment 1 1S98 mdR information not ilJ1 compeL Lincoln c me uny life anyone 44 4 44 6 4 THE DESIGNER 9 9 9 9 I 1 t a11ixin a 1L1V I reouiri ngstam I J a JErB1N med rt I I r l TI I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndrals of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PineTarHon ey It has saved my life J C Ivosell Grantshurg Ill McHoberts Drug Store 1m Jos Thayer of Lexington told to a St Louis turfman the twoyearold filly Futurity Br lle 22f for I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at 100 cash m25tf R L ELKIX Recently at Hartfcrd Conn Prince Alert beat Pearl Onward in a match pace going the two heats in 2071 each To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain nourishing food and WHITES CREAM VERAI1 The result will be the worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts C C J E Stormes There are fewer sheep in world today than there were 10 years ago while population is increasing and tions which have lived on vegetables are eating more meat Mutton is grow ing in favor and there is no reason for thinking there will ever be very much lowering of the present very satisfac tory price I ii Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumpJson Dr Bells PineTar Honey will cure it ind give such strength to the lungs that a coirjh or a cold will not settle there Twentylive cents at McKob erts Drug Store 1m Beans and peas cooked and thick cned with bran and fed twice a week are an excellent food fox laying hens Peed a little longer There will be a saving in the long run if you let the pasture get a good start before turning on the cattle Weak Eyes Are UntIe Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured the use of Sutherlands Eagle salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee at ilcBobcrts Drug Store 1m The Danville Advocate says It is safe to say that the yield in Doyle county will not on an overage exceed 50 per cent of time usual crop About 25 bushels to the acre is the top notch but sonic iiclds in the west end will not be cut at all Imperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of the system which grow and are confirmed br neglect I1ERBINE gives tone to the stomach and causes good Price 50 cts J C J L The losses from bloat in the aggre giteare very heavy and it is the one great drawback to the free use of clov er It has long been recognized that there is little danger from bloat where mixed with other grasses or where stock has access to good blue grass It is further asserted that if a straw pile is within reach it is equally effective i j noted for its keen sight clear and iistaict vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve fur weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of gnmulatcd lids Sold at 25cl s McPoberUs Drug Store lm It is truly said that the ram is half the hack and it is better to pay S100 for a good one than 50 for one worth lulf as much If the average ram gets JO lambs in the course of his life it makes very little difference in thecost of each one whether the ram cost much or little while the value imparted to the progeny is enestimablc The Garrard County Institute for white teachers will be held in the Court House at Lancaster on 3Ion day July 24 continuing live days with Prof J II Patterson of Lancaster Graded School as conductor On Tuesday evening the 25th an enter tainment entitled The Heart of Cuba will given conducted by Prof II K Taylor principal of Lou isvillc Training School lie will be assisted loc Andonegui violinist of wide reputation All teachers failing to attend the institute will forfeit their certificates Both Institutes will be held in the Court House 720 ELISA J LTISK Supt 0 I I UGE the digestion c ocr S The Eale Kin a1 turZs I f j Tcad crs InutItute b by Senor t l ctaiIe4 2b years 300 xi I E tax flies o1 Southern fiirls School Curriculumi in fMntiIs the uvn f iinyelse Six liOiRiui without extra charge imnsul Orean incrr Mn rl ailrnutuccH in Art und in Elocution Imvo more than 31 StatesMIT M Pica Alumiuu of Unit of Va u j B aMIij OJI Ol 0 rlARPCDSSURG KY ru I octtrinr lIirclor Grllt Un CuIuf lrnie rnllicJruiIg itCr lI tTric fur lelmt ItA lIttlten hUIIIC NUlllber Teriiis rca lJ1lJlc A FT C t3c Music unrisstI tniiiitsijsjtet TI R J c see this Celebrated Wagon at Gr S Gr ZI It tully Warranted and Excels all others All Kinds EfirmMacliinery Always on Hand vfey y i f C nan ES i 1 sS fiA1 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS 1 I e PO If JII s BY A HIDDEN FOEI tToslah Taylor Shot Front Anilinsli His Wound May lrovi Kital A Feud Threaten to ISrcsik Out PIXEVIMK Ky July 18 Josiah C Taylor feud victim Ho was bhot from ambush and his wounds are thought to be fatal Taylor is school teacher and a mem ber of the family which for years waged a feud with the Lees a feud that numbers in its record many deaths lie was riding along the banks of the Puckct creek returning from his through the woods when a rillc shot rang out and he reeled from his horse lie was found by friends soon after weltering in the blood that poured from murderous wounds There is little hope for his life Such an incdcnt will scarcely be p sscil unnoticed by the feudists in whose breasts the flames of old differ ereuees have been smouldering for a long time NEGRO STATE TICKET LKXIXGTOX KyJuly 15 Some of the Negroes of Lexington are still dissatis fied with the nomination of Gen Tay lor for governor and an effort will bo made by them to defeat him A num ber of prominent Negroes of this city held a mass meeting Thursday with several members of the llambriclr delegation of Louisville and decided to place a Negro ticket in Held this fall and a ticket nominated Dr E E Under wood of Frankfort W II Stewart of Louisville and Editor IL C O lIes jamin of this city are at the head of the movement and one of three will receive the nomination for governor They have no idea of winning but they claim that they will cause Taylor to lose colored votes POLITICAL MOVEMENT jf a llemocnitic Ticket in Opposi thin to the Ono Headed by Goebel LOUISVIMK Ky July 1C At a meeting of the Jo Blackburn club Friday night steps were taken looking to the nomination of a democratic state ticket in opposition to the one headed by William Goebel for governor Resolutions were adopt cd denouncing the action of the recent state convention and appointing a committee to cooperate with dibtentr ing democrats in other parts of the state roUiunster Mangled by a TriuP- AUUCAH Ky July 15 C T lIar berry postmaster at Eddyville Ky early Friday morning either fell or jumped from an Illinois Central train at a station which the train passed without stopping lie had both legs one arm broken and skull fractured and was badly mangled in falling through trestle lie is fatally in iurcd Hanberry was returning from the state convention at Lexington lie has a family Congratulates Hut One FrAXKFOirr Kj July IT Gov Bradley is said to have wired congrat ulat5ons to but one of the nominees of the convention This was to Elder John Steele Sweeney of Bourbon the candidate for auditor for whom he has always entertained the highest personal regard and friendship Partners Dlaagrco MAYSVILLK Ky July 19 In the court Thomas Wood has been appointed receiver for the firm of Lee Ballinger clothiers The was made because Lee desires to wind up the firms business A Woman Injured NICHOLASVILLE Ky July 19 Dur ing a rainstorm lightning destroyed Mrs Nannie Grimes homu at Wilmore Miss Gill who was in an upstairs loom was seriously injured Stock Killed Lightning ELKTOX Ky July 19 Lightning killed a mule and two cows for Planter James Watkins near this city Wind and hail did much damage to fences and crops in this county Killed in a MonEiiEAD Ky July 19 Lewis Me Roberts a prominent farmer living on Fork while in his barn where he sought shelter from a severe struck and killed by lightning Slayer In Custody PAIXTSVILLE Ky July 18 Sheriff Powers and Frank Atkinson of Mc Goffin county passed here having in custody Floyd Rice who shot and killed Harland Trace a few days ago Heat Causes a Boys Suicide RICHMOND Ky July 15 William Agee son of J II Agee of Jolly Ridgo locality aged only 15 years committed suicide Thursday morning by hanging himself in his fathers barn His mind is supposed to have been affected Poison In the Bread GRAYSOX Ky July 12year old daughter of David Criswcll a farmer at Leon Ky died and all the members of the family are in a danger ous condition from poison put into the bread There is no clew to the manner by which the bread was poisoned Died From Ills Injuries LOUISVILLE Ky July 18 C P Will a lumber dealer of this city who was injured in a accident day night died Sunday morning from hjs ipjiirieg I r isa omn Colored Men or LexLnton Dsat1 tied Talors a Ticotr Thulr hlI afternoon Louise teps Taken to the Nomination Democratic circuit I appointment by nat North storm thro gh 15A r i rf i y s 4 Vith NotnitIn Wilt hay tim I P Looking wits streetcar SaLt S 1m a e c v SECRETLY MARRIED THE CLAY COUNTY BATTLE Cov Bradley lias Not Decided on Any Plan With ICeference to tho Latest Out break Authorities Criticised Ky July 19 Gov radley received full oilicial Tuesday night concerning the Clay county battle in which Philpots Griilms Norris and others were killed Monday and five were wounded The governor is more than ever worried over Clay county affairs but has not decided on any plans with reference to the latest outbreak There are very severe criticism of the Clay county civil authorities in state it is hinted that some of the judicial authorities in that district will be made the subject of rigid investigation by the legislature next winter which will have impeachment proceedings as its ultimatum object Sheriff Heverly White of Clay who with his deputies are credited with belonging to one of the fighting factions does not call on the state for and objected to the gov sending troops to Manchester last month for the Baker trial Captured tier Slater Sweetheart Securer Divorce and NOW Marries Ills First Love LOUISVILLE Ky July 18 It out Sunday that Charles Wright who was a soldier in the late war had been secretly married at Jefferson ville by Magistrate Ilausc to Miss Ad die Lamasters Wright was recentl3 divorced from his first wife and thereby hangs a tale Years ago he was engaged to marry his present help mate but the course of love did not run smoothly and they had a quarrel Miss Nannie Lamaster a sister of Addies appeared on the scene as a peacemaker Wright was ko charmed with the intermediary that he at once began a wooing that knew no failure The other sister was forgot Finally lie was successful and mar ried Nannie They lived together un til Wright joined the army When ho returned from Cuba his wife was for him and they seemed to be perfectly happy Suddenly a squall arose and a suit for divorce was by the husband It was granted und a week later he was joined in the tie that binds to his original sweetheart What caused this remarkable sequel can not be learned Strange to the sisters have always remained good friends Wright when he applied for enlistment in the army was refused Going to a barber he had his hair dyed shaved off his beard and in a new suit of clothes again made application and was successful FRAXKFORT Ky July 15 Gov Friday granted pardons to four Muhlenberg county magistrates They were under indictment for alleged malfeasance in office The specific fense consisted in having allowed the judge a fee of So for certain work which was in excess of the stat allowance Gov Bradley in lancing the pardons said the indict ments were unjust and probably in spired politics Lived on lorricj and biialls- PiTTSBUKG Ky July 19 Albert Brooks was found in the woods near here by Alexander Patterson in a condition Brooks claimed he has subsisted upon berries snails and worms for SO days lie says he the forest and got lost and was unable to find his way out until he so weak that he could not walk Stave JI1 Destroyed by Fire XCKUUUG Ky July 17 stave mill at Garrison ten miles east of here in this county belonging to W J Fells of Huntington W Va burned to the ground The null had not been running for some time and the fire is believed to have been of origin VI anted to Die PIUXCKTOX Ky July 19 Dr Anderson of this city died at the residence of his father in Monday morning About one month ago his wife died since which time he has continued to fail in health He seemed to want to die A TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see that blood is rich and and whole system put in a perfectly healthy condition the use of Dr Liver Powder Then will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds and the grip Dr Liver Powder the best medicine money can buy SpruceGuma Bottle For sale by R E McEoberts Fair A Carnival Lexington Ky Aug 812 1SC8 Low rates via the Queen and Crescent Route from all points in Kentucky daily August 8th to 12th good to re turn time 14th inst Greatest show Lexington has ever had Dont fan to attend Ample room for all High Bridge Excursions Excursions are run from Cincinnati and all points south every other to High Bridge There isnt 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 You cannot to miss this pleasant day on the river Your ticket agent will give you rates dates and schedules for these excursions f t a waiting sa FnA t FonT particulars ofiicial circles at the state capital and county lardtii for laitratI Bradley by dying enter d became V 1he larg incendiary Clarence your Show excursionists Sunday it afford i LI F iibake tile d rnor c tory lieIiopkinsvi roe 2l- ornue a- more 7m4 VYnsfte of Good Material See the instructive value of little things the last straw broke the back Yes why didnt somebody keep it to tickle the elephant with Detroit Free Press 3Uiy Blame Themselves Yes said the man who thought deeply uneasy lies the head that wears a crown Huh sniffed the superficial what do the fools sleep in them for Kansas City Independent The Kcason Thats what I call a findesiecle said Spendleigh as he laid down a five dollar bill IIows tjiat asked Twendleig- hIts the last of a century was the repty Harlem Life Only an Imitation Isabel your new hat is absurd it just looks like a huge Well you neednt get so excited Ed gar you dont have to get up before daylight and pull the weeds out of it Chicago Record A Volume in n IVoril Friend What became of that young man you were engaged to last sum mer Miss Catchem innocently Which one X Y Weekly Consolation EKa The mean thing She has bought a hat just lute mine Stella Never mind dear she may look just as bad in it as you do Town Topics Xo Tilt There Waiter Havent you forgotten sir Guest Thats so My wife gave me a letter to Dost Thanks The Rival An expectant mother had better j not take anything at all than those positively dangerous mixtures so widely advertised to her discomfort and nausea She ought to know that outside external treatment is the way that can possibly be of benefit ought to that Mothersthe only that will her and it is an external liniment It takes her through the ei ire period in comparative shortens labor and childbirth is nolonger to be dreaded More than that it preserves her girlish shape after the ordeal and her little one will come into the world perfect in form and health Get Mothers Friend at stores for a bottle or send to TEE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA Mean Man Our old neighbor Jenkins is the meanest man 1 know What has he done you know when we broke up housekeeping and undertook to sell all QUI household goods at auction he got into the house on the plea that he want ed to buy and then produced a writ of replevin anti took away everything we had borrowed from him in the throe years we have been neighbors Chica go Post ro Prevent UaKKluHT Customer Will these pants bag at the knees Dealer Alein frient no pants will bug at de knees if you treat dem right tell you how before you go It PCS my cwn invention Customer delighted Then Ill take them Here is the money What is your plan Dealer Neffersitdowu X Y Week iy UIGEST YOUR FOOD cent of all sickness is caused t y food not being properly digested it cieates pot sons and goes your blood and then you are liable to almost any disease tire human system is heir to Use Dr Carlstcdts German Powder and watch the results You will feel the good effects after taking Give it a trial and be convinced Price 25c Dr Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children Por sale by R E McPvOberts VALUABLE Farm For Sale On Saturday July 29 99 at lOoclockn m we will at the premises at in Giirrnrd County Ky sell to the highest and best bidder onr valuable aiid sintble farm consisting of 180 Acres of Land The furor fs known as the Old Teutfr place and has on it one of the best t o story brick houses In the County large commodious and roomy at the village of Tentersville where daily mails are received and distributed sc en miles northeast of T nncnster on the turnpike rond leading from Lancaster to the moutn of Paint Lick Creek and on to NFcholnsvill Terms in order to suit purchaser will be agreed o i and tiuiounccd ou day of sale For furthe information address J M Logan Lancaster Ky JMLOGAX JNOUllREWEK INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palalinp National Hartford D Ieware Milwaukee Conneticut ContinentalGlens German American Phenix of Brooklyn New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchaiitile I creature laT t something t fFpe 1 for free bonk Ike nby is nom tnely urmlfrjdwv onl Why one dose Otto T erjville d R KNAIRD CouiauiOg letna LifoIns Co of llatfor3Con 1 I g l camels flowerbed ware the drut Write ear R18dlltiEtO11Oillff 2 r- does not necessarily mean S S IS S Great DlBSSinS IQ feebleness and ill health and nearly all of the sickness among Pun olderpeople can he avoided Most elderly UiU II people are very susceptible to illness but it is wholly unnecessary By keep ing their blood they can fortify themselves New DlOOQ L1I8 so as to escape threefourths of the ailments from which suffer so S S S tho remedy which will keep their systems by purifying the thoroughly removing all waste accumulations and impart ing new strength and life to the whole body It increases appetite builds up the energies new life giving blood throughout the system Sarah Pike 477 Broadway South Boston writes tA I am severity years old and had not enjoyed good health for twenty years I was sick in different ways and in addition had Eczema terribly on one of The doctor maid that on account of my age I would never be fjsl well 1 took a dozen bottles of S S S and it cured me x completely and I am happy to say that I feel as as I ever my life w OF Ga says For ffisuffered tortures from a eruption on mv I tried alnwjat every known remedy but they foiled oslo by one and I was that my age which six was against me and that I could never to I finally took S S S anti it cleansed my blood thoroughly now I am in perfect health old people because it is the only one which is guaranteed free from potash mercury arsenic and other damaging in it S S S cures the worst cases of Scrofula l ancer Tetter Open Sores Chronic Ulcers Boils or any other disease Dxks on diseases will be sent free by Swift Specific Co NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CURED SI People Them Jih and is U EJMr J L cen years I n is IO sixty ilSbe well n in S S FOR THE w titPthe remedy which can build up and strengthen minerals from roots and herbs and has no chemicals Eczema of time hlood Atlanta Ga AI TO WANKThiDI J cJI ljRTABlERS UCKEY I I Ago they blood- 1tr Parttf t i ctS0m ti d W r ae Su BLOOD- s 4 5 whatever Riieumatism EOFJ r A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CEKTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS 310 North Main Street STF BALLARD Soia PrGiuIefoT lOUIS MD U1L1S DRUG SrORE LMES P3 THE t Ail ONAL BANK J CAPITAL 10000000 t f OF J SURPLUS 2000000 LANCASTER KY A RDEN JY President iso E STOKMES Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier ri- ii ra Yl j cixsox JR Asst Cusbr F R T EJIBKY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davldaon Jno E Stormes TyY S BEAZLEY DENTISTUJTrNV Teeth oxtraeted without pain w tj vitalized Air Ollice in the New Thompson Bnlldiugr I D Cochran I P LE 8lLELLBEJ CURE ii PUBLIC SALE to j I will offer publicly on tic premises On Tlffiflaj Aug 10 1899 THE DR REID situated at Old Paint Lick on the Hichniond and Lancaster pike from Limes Uranil depotThewell Improved with good new residence o chars and nil necessary ontlHiHilIup tacit as the yard smoke house carriage house ice house c Also splendid slatted double corn cribs capacity of ICO barrels two tobacco barns one of which is new stock barn and tenant hiine KLEGANT rOMMTXlTV within one hundred yards of church scho 1 house post ollice and store The farm will be offered in two tractri Jli acres with the Im provements SS acres unimproved said tracts divided by and then as a whole the Lid or bids accepted which realize the greater sum Stile vlll begin at II a m 0 acres of knob land five or six miles w 11 go with the turin OF SALE Onethird cash balance in one and two years with C per cent interest WI LETCH EK T D EXGLJ3H Ancr Dauvillc Ky I Garrard F ESmile ollice in the distant TEl IS I Farms 1 Central Oovingtoo Stock Yards Covington Kentucky Are located so as to offer special inducements to the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving extra expense and time In addition to the lo cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the market for all kinds of Stock When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of you Oenfral Covington Stock Yards Co Commission firms will give prompt attention consignments benefit- S ts A BUSINESS EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the yonn man or young woman wlio would win sncccs in inc being conceded t Is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands In the very front rank TilE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY This BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND Y Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist In his lineGraduates collego ptefarred by hoaned Write for A beautiful book testlinoniiilH from graduates prominent positions all over the United States will be mailed to yo FREE Consign your stock to Rabenstein Harris Conner Live stock Commission Merchants Central Oovington Stock Yards Covington Ky or Union Stock Yards Cincinnati 0 When shipping East bill our care privilege selling Stock Yards wil to your advantage and give your stock special personal attention e fi III 7 S S L2S