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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 20, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899072001_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 20, 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. , fins $4 ill f r TENTH YEAR. Entertd at the Fosl Office in lMncater, Ky., a Second Clan Matter.', NUXBE- - LOUIS LANDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY Old papers for sale 20, 18SH). OXE DOLLAR A TEAR C'i3 ail Ses at this ollice. Laces, in all Spring chickens for sale, 9 and. fOc per pound, cash. II. B. NorthcottA Lovely Tafetas at Josephs, Keep out or tnc not suiivjy using one of Joseph's pretty Panics. . See ad for Lexington fair. . j The walls on the Owsley block hav been completed for the first story, and and joists are now being laid. Sack Sucks. IT. A B Marksbury & Son keep on hand new sacks, and will sell to the farmers at cost. Wanted. 100,000 bushels of wheat. Highest cash market price. C. C. Glass &Bro june29-4- t Camp Nelson, Ky. One of the many Hying Dr. Carver, the world's champion struck a plate glass w i n d o w in being assured of our implicit confi- Creamery Foot Power CliuriiK. 500 Candle Power. shot, will each day give an exhibition of these celebra btoimcs' store Saturday night, smash uujiuu iii nun, Loueo oown, and we I have twenty-liv- e A strong untight, 500 candle power of fancy shooting during the Lexing is in Gaines & iaulconcr's Grocery ted churns which will be sold at $5. ing the glass. The refined, educated left thinking lie would carry the load ETA I ton Horse Show, Fair and Carnival store. It makes cverytlnnsr attract each. Original price was 7.50. Tliev industrious young gentleman who did safely to its destination. It has been August 8 to 12. ive and lights the people to the place ire the best made and this is a rare it will, of course (?) pay the damages, truthfully said that an old horse is the chance to get a bargain. for the best bargains. most unsafe of them ail, and this case Please Sln Your IVaiue. Think He'll Get It. Mns. J. I. Hamilton. j newsy letter from Cartersvillc Bro. "Walton says "a glance at the Tuxcm Que. was signed in a mariner map" shows the Southern could build The glorious showers have put new Property Sold. that did not County court Jlonday. Town taxes are now due, and prop BEAZLIY & BAHG-EMAa shorter line by running through erty owners should come forward at Judge J. C. Hemphill has bought reveal the author. Once again we See the hot weatheDress Goods at lue in everything. Stanford. This don't scare us, broth once and settle. This lias to be done of Irvine Miller, colored, the house must take space to say that no un J. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Josenh's. er, the railroad people will never find md those putting it off too long will md lot on Richmond street adjoining signed communication can be nublisl "When you trade witi.T. Joseph, you ed. "We want the rmme only to know a map with Stanford on it. get value received eW-r- time. Thev T. W. Reid. The judge will soon Ytasherwomen have been compelled be put to extra expense S E. M. Walker, Collector. Tire'i a handsome dwelling thereon. uie reports are genuine, not for publi to take their work to Dlz river, a dis- handle no shoddy god? ;. cation. To ICockcawtlc Spring). tance of three i.i:Ie. It is one of the prettiest building lots a lie lUgnt! You Arc. Prof. Clay Green and his band of tottse Lexingotn con n town. He would not state mice A liooiulitir Town. vention, hotuh-- by Col. Collier, were musicians left Monday morning for The best curfew ordinance is one aid. u.iiic.isier is a Dooming town, but yieholasvillu wiil have a fltrcetFair sealed by committee n credentials. Rockcastle Springs to furnish music that is adopted in each family, where not a boom town. Six store rooms, a Pull Together. and, siccording to the .lournai, it will .for the merry party now at that fa the old man acts as mayor and city prosperity of a town is not aided lJtei, an opera house and ten new bp tiie biggest tJiinir on wheels. The mous resort. He took four nien and council, night watch and calaboose Its the heighth of folly to say the i..muuiji;ls are ueingijum. Lexington shooting of pistols on the streets of a the band is prepared tomakclirst rate keepdr; where line and punishment go by the wealth of its inhabitants, re- nerakl. Light yon are. iziu-.5': ioo. brother. Dont marks the Xicholasrillc Journal, but little town like Lancaster cannot Ikj music. together and where a good hickory by the unanimity with which they .speaivoi us as a "Doom town," it will ind phone your orders to Gaines fc stopped. is more to be feared than so much stick ARTERIAL 'and CAVITY EM lie Sure I I'm Your. null together, union there is cause a stampede. Lancaster lias had Faulconer's new grocery store and iret, in Jessamine Journal. ' cub on boom towns, he best, fresh groceries, at the lowest strength. In all forms of advancement Iler Si:i2:Iing hutf.. It may not be generally known that market price.-Theisuccess only is achieve In the superlapersons who from earlessness or any blotto is t:pionipt BALMING a SPECIALTY. Cump Dick Funt i Sold. If you want to nice Building Hard ISoiv to SJoe e I can sell you other cause take mail from the Mrs. Julia Shannon, of Fort Worth, tive degree by concerted action. oncjrom 1 to 4 acresThe City Council held a called meet- - iciivcry and the best goods for the that belongs to another and fail Texas, sold to cheap. Mont :ng .Monday aJternoon to talk about. east- monev.'! Cubkey. Notice. Garnets. Ac. to return the same, arc liable to a line gomery, of Ellzabethtown, the famous Kot having the time to collect them, about the pistol shoootiii". Thev dK-of $200 or one year's imprisonment. old Camp Dick Robinson farm. This x nave Storeroom 5'or ZZci'.t. my accounts in tnc nands cusseo, cussed, Co., .shipped to Xew Yor ieit Siler & and This applies to newspapers thus taken "Will rent room .1 now occum- one of the best farms in Garrard of E. Brown for collection. All these cussed the situation, but took ILy. several car loads of the finest wjilnut as well as other mail matter. county, and a very desirable place ev- - liiueuieu win piea.se can ai. ins ousce, at tuat time. Verily the lot ofnostra Ios ever cut in Garrard. Thev give possesf:on atiSo'A Stock of jfoods town will now low and will iJPHi ;JS a whole y way. The price paid was $(52.ti3 per the Police Court room and settle at cuiiucnman is a hard one. at McC JOIIXS70X. JOHN T.JOHNSTON He has ha shipped from 'ew York to Germa Ji Xcvltiat. great bargain. lr. is now occupied oy L,en Hud once and save cost. "W. II. Lackey, more troubles than the president icre. Sinuixi:y. of ny. Walnut timber is getting to Jx Mrs. Jacob Xevius, whose serious son. the" United States. by E. Brown, agent. 4t. exceedingly .scarce and brings hand JffifflSMJ illness was noted in our Bryantsville nfeeti:: 22oi:r CJiansctl. some figures. AVIi; Have a Beauty. letter last week, died Sunday afterHun Given i reat Satisfaction. Danville Fair. Dr. 31cKee ha changed the meetnoon. She had been ill for .sometime, Mr. R. E. McRoberts will get the Dr Goldstein has been kept so busy-tha- t Our hustling noiirhbors aro nmnnr. ing hour" at the Presbyterian church C'i7il. Eagieers and Surveyors, suffering from paralysis. She was 03 new store room adjoining jational he has been compelled to remain a few ing for the biggest and A good democrat suggests that cdi back to 1:45, evening. He has been best , years old, a devoted church member, Bank. This is his old stand and Mr. rt.'ivs lnnwr t, wniti nn t.hosn rlnsiriw holfl in TVm,.;n LANCASTER, KY. it mi "ciimiiu. nr:.,. much men as tor Louis aiutram devote his atten holding services in the afternoon, but " i and was highly esteemed by all. Mrs. M. intends fitting it up in .the very his services as an eye specialist For Capt. Eph Lillard, J. L. Frolim-i...ri tion to press associations and the like the session decided the weather w:? Uevius was a sister of Adjt. Gen. I). latest style. Handsome cases and years he has been coming to" Lancas- - other such hustlers at its head, J.UlA3m.TOS its safe until atter the November electron, too warm to contmne. LEJIOEISiOX TL Collier, and had many relatives in bottles will be put in, and everything ter to supply the people of this city to say the fair willhc a success in eve- - thus giving Judge 31. 1). Hughes a Fuin the very best and most and county with glasses, and not an ry way. The arranged Garrard and adjoining counties. )' at Wliito OaS. dates are Aii" ;i good show to carry Garrard for Gocbe! HaElteMoIlilSOl, neral services were held at the family complete way. Mr. McRoberts en- instance can b2 cited whera he failed and Sept. 1. Iirth'er'partVcuhiis lev. Pendleton, a minister of much will and the rest of the ticket. Stanfoid residence Monday afternoon and the joys a, line trade and is determined to to give sausiacLion. 11 your eyes ue given n TirH reputation, will preach at White Oak Attorneys Journal. l!rfm, 'aiKl Courtsolers at ueeu treating, &cu nun auunuc keep abreast of the times. remains interred at Pleasant Grove. .school hoitoc Sunday afternoon at two Special Scrvit A J::rc o'clock. LANCASTER, KY. special services will.be held in all Dr. Goldstein, the celebrated the churches of the city on the first, arrrived Sunday and is at the Sunday morning, of August. Sentem- - Hamilton House. Those ifeedimrglass- oer, ana October. The subject for es should take advantage of tin's opiiniiect discussion will be: ' Tiie nectl portunity of consult ing one of the very for more faithful discharge of church best specialists in this country. Con duties on the part of all church mem sultation and examination tree. Dr. bers," with special reference to the Gokktein will only be here for a few proper observance of the Sabbath. days. Stamp your checks before sending Very few blackberries have been to banks. Parties so fortunate as to brought in. They are very scarce, have a bank account ought to buy a Shall strangers be kept from our lit stamped check book. tie town by the disgraceful conduct Wanted. of probably half a dozen idle boys Iron and bonesNJrarmers bring in In some locations stock is being old machinery, good'pricc paid. driven three miles to water. It will tf II Bi, "Nohtiicott. take a week's down-pou- r to start the "Wheat-Whe- atWheat. springs and creeks. "We are in the market for 100,000 The season is getthjg ate, anci wo bushels of wheat, and will pay top will close out many lin s at cost to prices for it, cash on delivery. Call and see us before selling. clean up. Come and seeJ II. A. B. Makksuury & Son. OSEl'II. Elegant Piques at Josepl 3 line belt buclrles and fanjy. goods this week. Tiiomw)N the Jeweler. "New and Carnival, August at Joseph's. The Lexington Horse Show, Fair nds, styles and prices TO j Foralc, ot. On easy pavjSrtt i good house and W. J. Romans. AVnistd. j7 YW Hens fJc. per pound. IIMJ. Xout HCOTT. - tfTM was no exception to the supposed rule. The old whes'l-hos- s had not gone far before ;e clipped the bridle, reared up ami ran kie.vio and jumping into the camp ot Demorr.R'y. lien we we found the coxing in the whooi:; v. Tin: P.ecoi:i had Uen ground to a white heat, the paint blistered and the Judge in a lather from the run, but aside of this the outfit is still able to make the regular weekly trips to every home in the good old county of Garrard at only 1 Pr year. Tow is the time to subscribe. ' iiorse Wagon rough! lo Lancaster. HE Farmer, Attention. See Lancas Ii. G. "Ward for particulars. ter Mills & Elevator Co. storage lurnisliod lor wheat. anyone will mr.ke the necessary proof before Judge Brown, lie will certainly make the pistol shooters smoke. He's a splendid judge and does his duty to the IeUo.r. If In order for the editor to attend the state Press Association, it was neces sary to put another of experience in the harness, and, knowing his ability. wo seemed .Judge M. I). Hughes. Xot Having been in shafts for a long time. md tha gear rubbing a little, he began bullets to shy we left town, 'out upon If you arc in need ora good farm ivugoii, get our prices. They arc the lowest. e FLORENCE, p oi?r Tinur july-20-- tf N 22-t- f. ccic-gaK- lolly-pop- s. eye-teet- h r post-ollic- bua - - Furniture. Lan cas.er, i it ; ,w iR lair jI L il M 4 II Great Bargains! of Bargains in 1 C if ft 1 T L U I i if IT W n- For thirty days we will offer un-hear- dof Lourt irouse next Wednesday evenir" Our meeting at riummer's LandiInff the 2(ith, by Prof. II. T. Tavlor. nf winch begun on the l'Jth of June. Louisville Training School. Knhi.f. L'lose(1 1:lst Sunday night, July 2, with illlullIluls io ine cnurcii, j.i confes-fin- e neart ot Cuba," illustrated by views thrown upon a lai"e can- - sions :uul onc reclaimed. Great inter- vass. Admission only 2o and la rout ch was manifested. Tiie house would uot accommodate the crowds," Tickets at McRoberts, Eloltoti SiiecfCiIIii'r. Flue Lecture. JI. O. Frank writes from Lim iiiiuoiiD desires to ana n call anenuon to the lecture to be L'iven :it. I'Jains, Ivy., under date r pip M a el Ill &fl iC - "ne nu si m ifi a ft 1 1 EElli Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods. Some Odds and Ends in Ihe Lexington Iiorse Show, Pair .inn uarnivai, August 8 to 12, is the niosi, iiocrat organization the stntn has ever seen in its premiums for beef cattle, bixtoen classes are Drovidorf for and over $1000 given away to the Shorthorn breed. This is an avenue ui neariy saw to each class and the ciasses provided permit ullages and both sexes to com pete. .ioyca ifTm of Beazley Bros., liverymen, of Stanford, ana jhss ivathleen Grinstead, daugh- ' 01 llle licv. VS. Grinstead, of piniersDurg, eiopod to JelltT co.' Tonn ' -- w . . m nignc, wijerethoy were mar- Jim. wbs urinsteau was visiting friends in Stanford. Both parties are n hero and many Lancaster menus extend congratulations. Walt for It. Ihitcrpriso. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams & IYsh, Taint Lick, is meetint with ready sale every where. Persons who have used it say it's a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula. I'olovll, Swinnoy, Scratches, Enlarge- ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on il written guarantee, and money re- runUed if not as represented, an-- 1 Aiicyii near V.'attliinj Keep an eye on the man who "wants above all to treat and the old maid who "wouldn't i,.. the best man alive," and the small oy when he refuses pie at supper.and the widow who "Iivo i.nir fnr n,r "" sake of the children and to keep ids K"lve fc'reen," and keep both eves on the fellow "who never told a liewbon o hacked a cherry tree "Winchester Democrat. A l'alnt Iilek tSJoJS! YRT& VV O d'bi Ladies' Ox Jir. L,. rom staniord. Ji. Jieazley, of the fords that we will Close out ... Regardless of Cost. the best inds'fis nf Tremen dous Baraiiis wa nfFo ti tlieir shrewdness we confident ly appeal. d is your eyes. They're tOan well-know- 25 Pant Patterns in Foreign and Domestic weaves that we will close at less than Manufacturers' Cost, prosifies at tl)e organ and nlavs as well as many who hayo received a regular musical education. A groat many wiiue people nave boon attending tin convention to enjoy this singing. Fine Slnglnj;. Itoekeastlo Springs. The music at the colored tonnhorc This famous old resort is eninvino- o institute has received many hii?b mm. splendid season, and there are now pliments from persons comoetnut tn seventy-fiv- e guests there. The fare is judge sucn matters. Prof. TVintnn superb and all appointments complete Sneed .selected the singers and selects 10 tnc smallest detail. Herbert Hntr. tne music. Sirs. William Johnston inel. formerly of this city, is inannimr. for a circular and you will see are very reasonable, Why littte rest at this lovely retreat. iind his old Garrard county frimuis Will recei ve a cordial welcome, Wri i lie in vestment We guarantee is a saving from 15 to 40 per cent, payable im mediately on every bill goods te the rates you buy of us. not take n ltG Logan & Robinson. Mora KecrtUUi Wanted In Plilliplnc itecuting ojneer in Lexington nas just received instruction from too War Department to onllsfc a number orwnite men for Infantry. Oavairv and Artillery services In tho Philip- F'uo. j.nuae men win De sent to at once, tn winnW Steam ship sailing the latter part of wi.a uiuiiui. nuw is ine cnance for you to make a trip around the worlds 'JLhis opportunity will only last a few days and men wanting to join should apply at the Recruting offices in Lexington Ky. or in Ashland Ky. or in Somerset Ky. at once. . .Eeservlnar Colored lior. One of tho most deserving colnrpri hoys in Lancaster is Ad McDonald. who now has charge of tho electric light plant. When the nlant was not in, ho knew nothing whatever of elnr- trlclty, but by giving his undivided attention to the business, not onlv learned to operate the dynamos, of wmcn ue now nas cnanre. but cin.nnrt does run the large steam onci no which drives the machinery. A boy who win oucktc down like this is entitle $o all encouragement OUR REMOVAL SALE is now going; on. Com; and get some of the good things before thev all gone. LOU Mi GOODS CO CENTRAL RECORD MKMDSBHfly, Wfd-Awk, The City Council advertised forbids A. Hustling, lPp.tate on waterworks and the time named W are haviug flue rains, plenty of tock ExnmHintloiiB. KVKBT Will BY City, Where All Pull Together. for opening the proposals is next Sat There will be an examinafion, for urday morning. Wc do not know water. LOUIS LANDRAX. Publisher. S. Morgan received several lambs hero Mon The subject of this sketch has al- White teachers, held at the County ways been a point we have had a de- Superintendent's office Friday and how many bids have been made, but day for which ho paid 5c. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. to say the Council will then Rev. Bony Horton. of the Ilolaton Confer sire to visit, and last week presented Saturday, July 21sfc and 22d, and, at it is safe aneo preached hero Monday, our first opportunity. Henderson is the same place, for colored teachers, know near what the system will cost. ...$1.00 The only drawback our town now has W. II. Brown and John Crest started to the YAR, IK ADVANCE. ... .so located on the banks of the Ohio, Friday and Saturday, July 23th and is the scarcity of water. We only mountains Moudar to buv stock. " iOSB Months. . . .25 about 150 miles below Louisville. " ' It 29th. Elisa Lusk, Supt. have about one cistern to every two Will Elmore and J. B. Hutchin bought a cow is a city of probably 10,000 people, and and calf from Mr?. Foly for $35. SSflttMl'f " Kinz out tio eld Ring in tha new I2xcnr.sloii to OHt Point Comfort Va. dwellings, and not more than ten or A. J. Thompson sold a nice male yearling to THURSDAY, July- - SO. - 189D for push and enterprise far surpasses King in the true" Riagontthofslso twelve are located between the first Mr. Smith, of Rockcastle county for $.VJ. many cities of twice its size. Wc The Chesapeake. & Ohio Ry. has alley and Square. These are all small, We brins to you tha nsw and true from th Mr. W. V. Grimes is bavins bad luk with looked upon the place as using a arranged a series of Excursions to Old piney forests of Norway onough his calvts haviug lost in all about 12 head. A mcciiurriNG office:: is endeav- big, overgrown town, like the average Point Comfort Va.. during the month and right now there is barely water in all to fill one. The tax levi The children's day which met at W. T. oring to enlist, men in Clay county to in this section of Uncle Sam's domain, of Jul', August and September. White's hit Saturday was well attended, and send to the Phili pines. Wouldn't it but in this we were sadly mistaken. These Excursions will be run on the ed by waterworks will not be mo:e had some fine bpeecl.es. e cents, and the insuridea to brinsj the Philipi-no- s There are twenty to thirty manufact Second and Fourth Tuesdays in eacli than twenty-livbe .a better J. H. Thompson sold some shepp to Mr Swine- and turn them loose in Clay coun- uring establishments located there, month. The tickets will be good on ance companies have agreed to reduce broad, nud lost the check before be got to T ar-Hon-ey their rates .:5.V. , In this, property Preache-svlilbut found it. ty? the largest of which has a regular the regular trains, and will be limited monthly pay-roof eight hundred to 21 days. The rate will be $15.00 for owners will make a big saving, and as The railroad survey has been chanced by this Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Will the The secular papers are discussing hands the year round. This latter the round trip. Persons desiring to property owners do the paying, it place since last report. the crossby p'fco at science to a Flsasant,Pormanetit, Posltivo K. Pettus and down where the branch the actual cost of Solomon's Temple establishment is the Henderson Cot- go should "send in their names for seems their wishes should be given J. Drakes Creek church use fo stand and Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces old of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. and are wasting much valuable time ton Mills. It runs the year round and sleeping car space, and state on which preference in the matter. Of course strike Drakes Creek near J. F. Green's. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, vcsry coush-worthereon. But this is the way most we were told has a big lot of orders train they will want to go. Any in there is objection to the proposition, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson has been attend mucus is cut out ; tho rated ; the "religious" leaders spend their time, ahead all the time. The raw mater formation cheerfully furnished on ap- like there has been to every other im ing the camp mei'tlng nt Wiliuore for a few cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed questions in- ial is brought by river from the south, plication to any Agent, or to G. W. provement wc have gotten, but judg days. ...Mrs. John Iloltzclnw, of Gilberts Creek- discussing mouse-trac- k membranes ere hezled and soothed so that ther stoplug stead of striving to save souls. and many boatloads are required. The Barney, Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington, ing from the lengthy petition which was here SundaySallie with Mrs. W.H. Cum" is no inclination to cough. and Osa Dudderar v re has been presented to the Council, we mins... .Misses plant is litted with the latest improv Ky. visiting Mrs. Lcttle Thompson Sundar Mr, SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS do not see how they can well get Thomas Harber, of Texas, was here Mucn is being written of the ed machinery, and is pronounced the lirst of the Battles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Slzas Hymn 12ook. around the matter. week visiting relatives... Mrs. Ilnrrott Foly Bug." It is claimed the best in the south. Our delegation was "Kissing RE SUSE YOU GET Tl"e advertisement states positively of Williamsburg, is visiting her daughter, Mrs I AlVl eO T "bug" alights upon the lips of pretty shown through the plant, and it took The Baptist church has just purOLU, u.:u au remecy euai to Dr. 1M1 una large lot of handsome song that the city reserves the right to buy liattie ilutchlns. girls and does not release its hold nearly all one morning to make the chased It civra qa!rS and permanent rflfef It makes togripJSwelleacoUiJhJaadcoldi. books, which they have had The Rec- the system in five, ten or twenty years, til choked loose. The "k iss" leaves a trip. You 'get up m the morning tired, a Mrs. IT. A. lietculie, weait nnoi ttroaTaizcah. Ky. stinging sore and sometimes causes The Henderson Brewing Co's estab ord ollice to label. This reminds us which clause is a good one. After the bad taste in the mouth and a headache system has been put in, and our peo pain" If the girls would compel the lishment did the proper tiling by Know what's the matter? Biliousness, the that we recently visited a certain "huirs" to diiit using whisky and cigar boys, showing them through the en house in Lancaster and saw four song ple realize its advantages, we do not Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers?. the tire plant, and serving an elegant books lying on the piano, each bear- believe there would be a vote cast They regulate the liver and cure conetts, no harm would come from lunch. Those who partook of the ing the name of some local church. against the town buying it. This has stipation pleasantly and promptly. bites. liquid refreshments said the beer was People take these books from the been the experience everywhere else, Never gripe. Stormes Drug Store. The republican convention held at the finest they ever tasted, and it churches unthoughtedly and never re- and we would be no exception to the Lexington last week was largely atten must have been true, as an emplyee turn them. If they would stop and rule. It does seem that the large JUDSOIT. ded and quite enthusiastic. Every-t.lim- showed us where the product was sen consider the work it takes to raise amount of handsome, costly property auitcly and the follow every day to all points in money to buy them, the books would now being erected should be given mssed of Miss Sallie Anderson, opened school at pleas the be returned. Those who are thought- some protection from fire. Lancaster ant Hill with a large attendance. ing ticket was nominated: For Gover south. i nor. W. S. Tavlor, of Butler Co; lor A delegation of Henderson's citizens ful and honest will return all song lias suite red more from fire than lias Geo. Grow sold to Geo. Raney a horse Uir $7.". SECOND-HJohn Marshall, met every incoming train, and every books next Sunday morning. Isow, any town its size in Kentucky. In Geo. Grow bought of Ben Shearer one calf Lieutenant-Governoof Louisville: For Secretary 01 btate, press boy was shown to the hotel with watch and see who brings them. Some nearly every case where wc had a big for $10. Caleb Ilowers, of Knox Co: For At as much style as if he had been the people doubtless have so many they lire, the flames were discovered in Messrs liraek Grow.T. L. and J. W. Sanders, Clifton J. Pratt, 01 Prince of Wales. One of our meet- will be ashamed to lug in the load. ample time to have been extinguished attended the Republican convention at Lex l, n.i- - Vnr Auditor. Rev. John ings t rni-ihad we had any facilities. If the iugton last week Mr. Mikeat l.aue wife 8ai.d was held in the immense park, a Miss Atkinson spent Friday lock no. "Vc Want 'Em. money required in rebuilding could Messrs Luther Raney aud Ben Lane went U. . Sweenev. of Bourbon Co: ForTreas lovely retreat in the centre of town While at the Press Association last have been put to other improvements Stanford Monday. Mrs. Margaret Lane spent AV;iltor n. Tav. of Bretliitt Co: Asphalt walks, pretty trees, a big week, we spoke to a great many of the last week For Superintendent of Public Instructi- fountain and many other attractions editors in regard to holding their next we would now have the best town in of Nina with her niece Mrs. Clara Bradsbaw Mrs. Dave Ray accompanied by her of Campbell Co: For go to make this park one of which on, John Burke, cousin Mr. krvlu Simpson is spending the the meeting in Lancaster. They seemed the state. capt. J citizens may justly feel proud. This matter should be weighed wel week with her sister Mrs. Chad. White at Rich Commissioner of Agriculture, One to take to the idea and we were much Delli "V. Throckmorton, of Fayett Co. i?3 striking feature of the city is the encouraged at the prospect. 11. Lee before steps are taken, and we hope mond Mrs. Wm. Teater and Miss. Grow were the of Mr?. Geo. broad streets, every one of which is Davis was also hustling for Rich the Council will ponder deep and long Humphry Mr. Wm. guests Friday bimpsou, wife and littli What you want is not temporary re- one hundred feet from curb to curb. mond, and some one suggested that before dropping the subject. son Credo of Teatersville, spout Sunday will: .Mrs. Sarah Grow Mrs. A. D. Ford attendee. lief from piles but a cure to stay cur- All kinds of manufacturing is carried the editors meet at Richmond, remain Cheap Excursion to Old Point Comfort the holiness carapmeetins nt Wilmore, lat cures on in Hei d ed, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve 1011, and several thous a day and night, and then come and Chesepeake and Ohio Railroad veek....T. L. Sanders, wife and daughters The piles, and they stay cured. and employees spend their wages with spend Pearl and Peachic Mae. visited J. M. Sanders the same length of time in Lan Stormes Drug Store the merchants every Saturday night. caster. This latter suggestion seem- will run it's second Excursion from one day last week Mr. Jim Jackson oi lm Lexington to Old Point Comfort, Ara.. Marksbury, and Miss Celeste Simpson of inese men all have families who ed to suit all better, and we believe it on Tuesday July 25th. Tickets will speut Saturday aud Sunday, with Misses occupy all the tenement houses, and LAKE CHAUTAUQUA, X. Y. We have many be $15.00 for the round trip, good go- Mary Grow and Emma N'aylor. . .. can be arranged. Turuei spend a vast amount of money in the things to show the boys if they will ing on both morning and evening and wife accompanied by Mr. Elijah Bolton town, in fact, spend all they make Fiuexds: Duau Editou asd make us a visit and know the time regular trains, and good returning 21 and wife of Teat rsville, spent several day We had dreamed of Chau right there. Some dozen elevators spent in the two towns will be made days. Stop overs will be granted at lust week with relatives at Iledgeville, fishing, hunting aud having u good time in general. almost of! the pleasant. This is now the most Gallery in Central Ky., having tauqua many times, but the real sky, scrape 'the The meeting does not take any station easl of Kanawha Falls on Job Lane, Xoiman aud Ed Grow, and several and whole sale and retail stores as it burst upon us some been recently equipped with from Stone, attended the Methodist campmeet Chautauqua, place until next summer and its most return trip. Old Point Comfort flourish in abundance. We wore so W- - X. Grow anc days ago, was a revelation. Twenty-year- s too long off to talk about. attractions this year than evei ing at Wilmore Sunday .vife spent Sunday with their uncle Mr. - M. IvIarvsloTJLs ago the region about Lake Chau- agreeable surprised at the number of before. Harden of McCreary. Organize by all HI cans. tauqua" was little known. At that enterprises that we undertook to aval Being the most prominent If The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies learn how the city got so many them. "I have about concluded," remarked Base during our war with Spain, it is Thomas Thurman, deputy s'lenff ol time a site was selected on the Lake that camp meetings were held regu- It was not a difficult task to learn that Capt. Ilerndon, to The Recokd, "'to fitting that the captured ships and Troy, Mo., says if everyone in where thr was accomplished simply by the oiganizea 'Good Times Society,' any larly every year in August. These it trophies should be brought there. A virGirls at Chau- people all pulling together and work- member of which shall be pledged to number of our war vessels are now af United States should discover the 'who have read "Four tue of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve foi Just received a Large Stock or the Very Latest designs in Mouldtauqua" can realize how these little ing for the town. You can find no preach the gospel of good times, good Norfolk Ifavy Yard. piles, reetartroubles and skin diseases, ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be meetings grew and how thoroughly people there who think only of their fellowship, peace and plenty, to proXo other trip offers such a diversity the demand could not be supplied, appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to hides, they met a great need. In those pio- own selfish every and who throw cold mote good feeling among neighbors of pleasures, Mountains, Sea Shore. lm Stormes Drug Store. the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the Is'ew French enterprise proposed and to bring aboutharmony generally. were still lurking water on neer days Indians Rivers and Ocean, as does a trip t( 'FLTCUIl-JJE-LI- S Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, and many a French simply because they can not see where Adequate penalties will be provided Old Point Comfort. about the vicintiy. Send in your Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require HUBBLE. their own priviate ends will be wilagainst all who growl or stir up strife, name at once forsleeping car r evangelist traveled through the a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. Tkey hustle l'oi the town, and and suitable rewards for those who derness with pistol in one pocket and Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Ollice. Rev. Clark, of Lancaster, will preach at tin in the other. The French are willing to go down into theii carry .sunshine always with them: and Lexington, Ky. Testament McKendee church Sunday afternoon and nigh were the lirst to awak- pockets and hand out the cash to help to him who tries to make at least one Presbyterians md will likely preach for a week or so. secure any thing that will benefit the soul happy each day, every member Discovered by a Woman. en religious interest among the naThe infant son of Mr. Henry Spoouamori Metho- town. Those who have money put it .vill be required to lift his hat. He tives. A little later came the Another great discovery has been lit-- at their home nnar litre Monday. It wi up when they see it will benefit the who inflicts causeless pain will be talookdists. Strange to say they were rs made, and that too by a lady in this aid to rest in the Blackerby graveyard at Hub town, and do not sit and watch a few booed. At our meetings we will discountry." Disease fastened itsclutches ble. ed upon by the Presbyterian old dollars like a cat .va telling a Bright Sutton and George Robertson will cuss nothing but that which makes ubon and for seven years she withwith holy horror, and were regarded little rat hole. In other words, they do not happy those present or absent, and no stood her severest tests, but her vitai leave immediate for New Mexico for their not as helpers but as intruders, icono- squeeze a dollar its Miss health 'til the eagle is suff- effort will be made to find out any- organs were undermined and death Monday ufter a Sallie Smith returned honu clasts. A story is told to illustrate visit to her biother's neai ocated and are willing to pay accord- thing but good of any one. The Sociseemed imminent. For three months-sh- Stanford.... Jolm Menefee wife and little baby this: ing to their means for any improve- ety will bo incorporated, so looking from her coughed incessantly, and could not etnrned home S.itnrd ly from a vis't to Star Mrs. McCord, that it Another capital will have endless succession and do sleep. She finally discovered a way to ford.. .Mrs. Sallie Eubauks, Mr. Arthur ant one day, noticed that the ment suggested. kitchen Miss PearKe made a visit to relatives at Hulh point is the fact that they are not good forever." recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle Jap Sunday. ...Mr. Wilson Alexander and cows were wildly racing across the tossing ang- predjudiced among themselves, and Coner. Bessie, returned home Monday from Wil of I)r. King's I ew Discovery for field with heads and tails HOAH-ITALtO- N when' anything is to bo done they do The Railroad. sumption, and was so much relieved on more. ...II. J Luce came home from Wilmorr rily in the air. She called her huswhere he ha been attending the camp mteU notic- not run to see what some would-b- e band's attention to it, and he, Editou Recoud How many citi- taking first dose, that she sledt all ing Ed White and wiff, returned hom is going to do before they zens of the county of Garrard have night; and with two bottles, has been Tuesday from Wilmore, where they have been ing that they were fleeing from the "leader" OR take a stand. The miser is an considered the importance of another absolutly cured. Her name is Mrs. visiting her father and mother. forest, said impressively, "Jennie, it's They're holding unknown animal in Henderson, and railroad and the benefits they would Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w. c. Ham-nie- k them Methodists. men there sleep at night and do not There is a time for all things The camp meeting in the woods." Since & Co., of Shelby, If. C. Trial hot derive from it? For example, let's lie awake studying how to slip their litlook at the wheat we raise. With an tie free at R. E. Mclioberts Drug Store. time to take DeWitt's Little Early then, the Methodists have proved tle old money through Risers is when you are suffering from their title right royally, and Bishop or heaven. They do the pearly gate? other railroad, like the proposed one, the very d 'constipation, biliousness, Vincent is now, as in the beginning, can for the town and have best they it would open the market South, and There 1 No O;jictloii About It. the far- the rates would enable you to get from or the great spirit of Chautauqua. No question indeed with those win. die, indigestion or other stomach sightedness to see that every improveThe size of the assembly grounds ment made for the town will, in the three to live cents per bushel more for have used it, but that Foley's Kidney liver troubles. Stormes Drug Store lm your wheat than dealers can aitord to Kidmay be indicated by the fact that end, prove a blessiijg to them. reliable If they pay now. The value of your cattle, Cure is absolutely diseases. for all over live hundred cottages hear of a factory looking ney and Bladder there are for a locaMARKSBURY. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. and public buildings, parks, tennis tion, they go after it, and do not wait hogs, sheep, all kinds of grain, hemp, amphitheaetc., as well as your fanning lands, -- ourts, and an immense and see if Hon. Hayseed Kronickicku-e- r will be enhanced in value very mate Mrs. Carney is suff ring with a broken arm tre, seating 10,030 people. The ColK5HGHT5 OF PYTHIAS, McCREARY. endorses the move, or if Col. WindMiss Emily Humphrey, of Georgetown, was lege of Liberal Arts opens its doors bag ObjectoaJ! is opposed to it. In rially on account of the facilities for week, to a large number of stu- fact no men by that name or charac- delivering your products. The item of the chariniiigguest of Misses Sadie and Pearl this Seders and Walker shipped a car load Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst vldridge last week. of coal, in which we are all. more or dents of all ages. The little ter there. If a railroad heads that less interested, we could save two or hogs this week. Henry Parks sold two short Iioru calves to Grimes taking "Kature way,live isimmediately Mr. M. II. Forbes has a fob in Kirby tot talks sagely of of Pythias, meets every Friday given the James Speaks for $30. and a good milk cow to it three cents per bushel on every bushel blacksmith shop at KIrksvIlle. Study" and having time also for gymH. D. AldrMse for .$!0. all the ground they want and and numerous night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g of Madison renew other articles could be Sam Long wife and children nasium, while the B. F. Robinson bought of II .D. Aldridge a fat any other demand the company sees were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Long last per hundred aud one from cow for their youth by the sensation of being proper to make. As a result they bought at a much less price tlian now. Knights are fraternally invitAlia Long is visiting friends once more in college. Many a luck- have four different systems of road. From calculations on theabove,should and relatives In Jes.samlue Wc are glad to i'liomus Barktr at Set per pound. we get this road would result in bene say Mr. Claronce Wenrieu is able to hi up Some one stole Mr. T, I. Herrings buggy ed. failed in some Ed Bishop, C. C. less youth, who has Socially, they are among the best fits from same to the farmers and cit aftcra very severe case of measels....Mr horse last Saturday nfght. He found it in college study, drifts into this parlorol people we ever met. They do every- izens of the county of over 8150,000 Sam Cotton and wife visited relatives in Mad- Lancaster on its way home, suppose it had J. S. Haselden, K.R.& S peace to "makeup" the failure and thing for the comfort of guests, and each year. Every farmer in the coun- ison Saturday night and Sunday Master gotten away from the thief. meanwhile enjoys base ball, golf, tenI,oyd I'errln and lltt'e sister I.illle Gurr of Several couples from this vicinity attended a are never so happy as when looking afBids For "Water. Mr. picnic at the Iron Bridge last Saturday. The nis, boating and swimming. ty should be especially interested in Stanford are visiting their grandpar-.it- s young ladies of that neighborhood served a and Mrs. P. G. Warner. are not studying, the ter the wants of strangers. For those who y Drocuring the for this Taken as a whole, it would be hard splendid dinner wbich everyone enjoyed public lectures, the daily devotional to the city Miss Aggie Bourne was chaperone. to find a better town; cither socially, road and render all the assistance he of LnncHSier. Ky.. will be received by tte City PAINT LICK. hour, the Epworth league and Chris- morally or in a business way. Miss Dixie Kemper began a5 months school Council of ouM city until Saturd y July Money possibly can. Talk for itapdwork tian Endeavor meetings, Missionary seems to be plentiful, and Dan ille at Herring as, ISIK). at 10 o'clock a. m. Water to it changes for it; it will he money in ypur pock Onr baseball nine went to Carters vi lie to day July 17.school bouse onWest . beganroad Mou the puband Miss Kate conference, afternoon concerts, evelx: fnruishfcd fromDix rivcr,25 miles distant hands. They are not infested with play the nine and was defeated li! to 1. Moore lic school at Orchard Grove the same day. The city will contract for fifty hydrants fo entertainments, and even the any ning sharks who bury money as soon as ets. Let us not miss such a favorable it Co.'s hack carried chem up there. term of twenty years. The city reserves th Mr. William Park3, accorapmied by his great choir tempt rehersals of the thejr get hold of it, but the coin is opportunity as the present one to in risht to reject any and all bid.-"-. The city also Mr. Wm, Lowry, of Jessamine county, an4 daughter. Miss Julie, spent last week with his and tantalize the alert person until kept in circulation. reserves the right to purchae the plant in fivu Every editor crease the value of our land and the Guynn MeKrlde unci sister, of Louisville, are daughters. Mesdames Frank Carney and James lie wishes he had as many heads as present was loud ten. or twenty yours, as it sees proper. Spect Quite a crowd of Hawkins in Washington and Nelson counties. gnestij of Walker Guynn in expressing his de- price of our products. Pkogkess. Heat ions ou file in Mayor's ofllce. Lancaster. Centipede has feet, in order to young folks visited at Slate Lick Springs last commnnlty gave a the Rotary Motion and The young people in this Ky. welcome extended us, and at Wednesday, and bad n nicu time,,, .Misses picnic at Camp Xelsoc Saturday July 13th, in store away all the good things. Beau- lightsafe thesay J. C. Thompson. to GloriouH XewH the boys will go theie it is Katie nu-- Mary Beazley. of Bourbon county, honor o Miss Emily Humphreys. Everyone J. E. Stormes, Com't e tiful Chautauqua, the Mecca of thou- again the first opportunity. Comes from Dr, D. B, Cargile, of were the guests of Mrs. K, X, Beazley last week SDeut an enjoyable day, Mesdames R. II. Hum "Mothsands; what wonder that Bogie chaperoned the crowd ....Mrs, Lucy Mnrtiu ant family live moved phreys Washita, I, T, He writes; " Four bot- to Slate Lick Spriugs fop several weeks..., Miss As wo and N . 11. er Chautauqua," as she is familiarly HAS NATURE WARNED YOU? walked through tho beautiful olty of H. HOSHAL & CO., Mrs, Ada Brogle, of Perryville. is the charming the dead we thought of the heroes neath our Nature herself clad in the early grarbi of tles of Electric Bitters has cured called, has a constantly increasing and flowers causing1 Kuv. and Mrs. L. I. feet, who fleep the long and dreamless slumfamily? It is estimated that last year spring-- blossomsforth treesvibrate to this, the Brewer of scrofula, which had caused guest of Miss Ada K'.y chord to CoranissioiL Merchants, snore than fifty thousand people were the despondent of all, springtime and how do her great suffering for years, Torridle Kchols, are in Bath county, attending protract- ber where the Ilowers are blooming sweet. most delightful feeling-feel? Have in attendance and the indications! yon forerunner of you that tired shakyTyphoid sores would break out on her head and ed mteslng..,. Mil's Velser. of Bol, U ihc 'Chills, Malaria and guest of tho Misses Francis,. ,.MI-point to a greater increase this year. the Ills are more What among human 11 BU JIUUU1U31UUI ld3l FEICU has bun visitlne hero Picturesque in location, cosmopolitan as it is ait indication of sickness;uiia MdllllUy face, and the best doctors could give no Petty, of aroid this; , us as in spirit, Chautauqua is theideal sum- consult your our advice costs yon nothing. help; but her cure is complete and her for tlio last week ,Miss Mittlo Duau. a pret- - annoying than piles? Tho afflictions can on and procure a 00 tie 01 lady of Hryantsvllle, returned noma that prevent active exercise are bad mer resort With best wishes, Dr. CarlEtedt's German Liver Powder. Take bonltb in nxcollfint " This shows what tyyonug Caurik Woods, UNION STOCK YARDS, enough, but one that makes even rest one dose a day at bed time for six days; then thousands have proved- ,- thatElectric j Panama Cottage, Lake Chautauqua, follow by procuring a bottle of Yucatan Chill Tonic, following the directions and after two Bitters is the liest blcod purifier known A'Kt.nl nt Kord, mt:Ue a nyrng trip to ee his pa. miserable is worse. Women are among CINCINNATI, O. "Sew Y&rk. .weeks course of these two ffrcot remedies, you greatest martyrs. TABLER'S For sale by will feel like the flowers look in the spring, , It's the supreme remedy fcr CCZema, ronts. Mr.aud Mrs. I. C. Rucker. Sunday.. .. its Prepare yourself for the malarial hot season Piles, when the atmosphere is full oforgerms. If tetter, liver, kidneys, and powels' ex- - Mrs. Jim Conn, of IlyattsvUle. was np,tosee BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will For Sores, Ulcers, Burns, Galls. Information regardinglivestock cheer- cure; the most obstinate cases. Price, . 13. your system warns yon, I rull- nothing so good as Banner Salve, the necessary and whenThese Remedies' 'la, stock pels, poisons, helps digestion builds furnished? ColfLsigrTynur stock di repeat tne above. the strength. Only 50 cents, sold by eUf wh0 hag been yj3lting friend, near here, 5p cts. in bottle, tubes 75c " most healing medicine in the world. VuLlOiAllJ Thone 724 ect to u , C. C. & J. E. Stormes, l R. E, McRoberts Druggist. Guaamfeefl b.w gone jo wumon, ou visit. B. L McEobcrts, C C, & J. E, Stoxm.cs. 35c. EY, More Local. F8EACHEBSVILLE fllHiMIlM mail mm HP amp mmu2 m II- DR. BELL'S Pme-- ll n microbe-bearin- g - 1 y Dont forget that we have many r, torney-Genera- AS NEW n rr AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. lis Ruck-iye- , McllllilTS Jj'ox Jlrz Gallery. Th.o cob-we- . 11 offers-mor- J- Anastimat ZiOiisos Th.332 Ziszises PZhTTSR. bene-litte- ;erva-tion- s. wo-kc- Somthing Everybody Wants BTJ&LtY, SURREY, si.-- ANY KIND OF VEHICLE In Cheaper than Any Place Central Ky. sick-hea- Also Best Rubber Tires llsnnfacfured Wlieeler & WHsan wiflg PlacMae. right-of-wa- y, gray-haire- d right-of-wa- Ball Bearings- W. , s Cattie.Ho?s.ShRfin drug-gis- 1 ( I w)jt j rFFSSS.T 0, --- w JLmnlti Lancaster, Kentucky. Very Best Clothing at Low Prices FULLY REALIZING THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE, OF COURSE YOU TIIXC -- ft WE CARRY THE BEST HAD AND SELL THEM FOR THE LEAST MONEY. Complete Lines of Lovely Neckwear, Fine Hats, Pretty Shirts., Fine Shoes. TO BE . I J THE GLOBE. CENTRAL RECORD. J. L. F I DANVILLE. The Appetite of Goat. Mrs. Clifford, of Virginia, is the Miss Emily Humphreys, of George town, who formerly lived in this city, guest of Mrs. Gresham. was here a few days visiting the fam Miss Stella Adams, of Richmond, is TIIUItSDAY July, 20 - 1899 lies of T. C. Boner and Henry Ald- - visiting Miss Elleue Hiatt. ridge. Miss Margaret Noel-,- a Stanford oxooooox 'ooooaoo-oooooooThe society folks have been having belle, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. M. quite a lively time. dances, picnics and other functions Hiatt. OooqoooooaooeoooocKxoo90o have made the visitors' time quite MissCarleen Ballard and Messrs. B. B. Ballard and Bee Sigmore, of RichMiss Janie Lusk is at Mallory Springs pleasant. to spend several weeks. Master Bowman Brewer and sister, mond, are guests- of Miss Nellie Dillon. charge Miss Lillian, of Lebanon, and Miss Mr. J. II. Grubbs has taken Gertrude jSToel, of Stanford, are being The picnic given at Cave Spring in of the Blue Grass grocery. by Brew honor of Miss Gaine's houseparty was entertained at a house-partMiss Eva Grant, of Danville, is vis- er and Hiatt Layton. one of great enjoyment to the young iting relatives in this city. Mr. R. II. Batson and wife return folks attending. A bountiful lunch Major Dick Ryan spent a few days ed Saturday from Tatham Springs. was spread and the day spent in ramm Lexington and Louisville. Many friends will be glad to learn of bling about the pretty cliffs of Dix Miss Mary Myers, of Richmond, is a great improvement in Mrs. Batson's river. The following were present: health. She had been ill for quite a Misses Fogg, Hudson, Pendleton, Long, visiting Miss Bessie Batson. Gaines, Carpenter, Bush, Royston, Miller is visiting her while. Miss Maude Herring, and Messrs West, Kinnaird, has received an an Tim Rkcokd grand parents at Mt. Vernon. II. and B. Hern- marriage of Percy Frisbie, Thompson, nouncement of the don, Turley, Hughes, Davidson, Her Mrs. Joshua Clarke, of Danville, is Ewing and Miss Bettie Barnett, at ring, Walden, Embry, Marksbury, visiting her father, Joe Rogers. The bride's family Decatur. Ills. Henry. The party was A party is being made up to spend once resided hee, and she is remem Haselden, chapcroucd by Mesdames Stormes and a few weeks at Cumberland Falls. as quite a lovely young lady. bered Young Mrs. T.S. Miller visited her brother, Col. E. C. Hopper, secretary of La- Our sanctum was never honored by C. J. Doty, and took in Chautauqua. tonia race course, was here a short a more welcome guest than when Mr. Sweeney is spending a time last week to see his sister, Miss W. M. Bogle walked in upon us Sat Miss Olivia Ed was few days with relatives in London. Jane, and brother, John. and urday. Mr. B. and his charming bet looking as line as a have been visiting the latter's Miss Mary Saunders, of Stanford, is was warmly greeted by many old parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wher-rit- t. the guest ot Misses Rella and A Hie friends. Mr. Bogle's presence brought Arnold. A telephone from Mr. Jas. S. Mc- - back to mind the good old days when Mr. Win. Moberley and wife, of Kenzie. at Parksville, Boyle county, we worked for him as "cub," and la Knoxville, arc visiting relatives near yesterdav, reported Thomas Under ter as a telegraph operator on the L. Hubble. wood some better with a good chance & N. If anything in this world will Miss Marie Warren, a Stanford of recovery. This will be glad tidings provoke cuss words, a railroad man's beauty, has been visiting Lancaster to his many friends inXicholasville. duties will, but we never knew Mr. B. Journal. relatives. to lose his temper, and profanity was Depot Agent Patterson is in the not toloratcd in his otlice. He is a Coleman Lee, who h:is been visiting rest. pure, christian gentleman, and we Lancaster friends, returned to London mountains enjoying a Had we ta Mrs. Patterson has charge during his love him like a brother. Monday. nbsence and patrons of the railroad ken his advice and stuck to the L. & McCarley leaves today Mrs. James are delighted witli the capable and N. instead of accepting a government to visit her daughter, Mrs. Pettus, in prompt manner in which she conducts job, we would probably be some acLebanon. count today. the business. Miss Laura Bright Doty, of Bran-noA charming dar.ee was given at the Mr. W. S. Watson, an old Lancaster is visiting her little friends in bov, now engaged in the drug business Mason Hotel in honor of Miss Gaine's Lancaster. at Atlanta, was here a few days last houseparty. Good music was furnishMrs. Ben Hughes has been visiting week mingling with friends of his ed and the youngsters will long reher mother, Mrs. Margaret Sutton, at boyhood days. "Canty" is doing quite member the occasion. The list of Marksbury. well in his southern home and lias a young ladies, as handed in, is as fol lows: Misses Annie Swift Pendleton, Mrs. Baumstark and daughter, of well established business. of Winchester, Sadie Fogg, of Lexing Madison, have been visiting Mrs.IIun-le- y There are more pretty girls in Hen ton, Agatha Long, of Georgetown, Singleton. derson than any place we over visited. was a Bessie Turley, Emily Chenault, Earl The big ball given the editors Mesdames Mary Elkin and Sam Hayden, Katharine seldom beholds Chenault, at Dripping Springs to spend sight of lovliness onethe old, rheuma Smith, of Richmond, Julia Mae and on earth. It caused a few weeks. Nannie Gaines, Nellie Marrs, Amy tic editors, (ourself among the num- Davidson, Florence Harris, Carrie Mrs. Kate Middleton, of Ilarrods-bur- ber) to prance about like yearlings. Curry, Grace Kinnaird, Annie Loyd has been the guest of her sister, Lou C. Hopper has been bore this Herring, Bessie and Jennie Burnside, Mrs. George Farris. week visiting his sister, Miss Jane, Alberta Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cherry, of Brod-heaJohn. Lou is a gauger Stormes, Messrs Turley, Tevis, Feland, guests of Mr. and and brother have been the in the Covington district and has an Chenault, Wagers, of Richmond, Mrs. J. I. Hamilton. assignment which keeps him hump Thompson of Georgetown, Coleman Miss Jennie Powell and Mr. Crow, ing. He is an old Lancaster boy, and, Lee, London, and Burnside, Denny, of Hustonville, spent Sunday with like all others, thinks there's no place Marksbury, M. and L. West, H. and B. nerndon, Kinnaird, Will Walker, Miss Lizzie Thompson. like "home." Hughes, Frisbie, Haselden, Robinson, Cash Pumphrey, who now lias a Col. B. M. Burdett writes The Rkc Walden and some fifteen or twenty good job at Lakeland, was here Sunokd from Lexington, stating that he others. day to see his parents. is now located in that city perma The surveying party, which has Misses Susan Bixlcr and Lula Simp- nently, and will be over soon to see occupied quarters at the Graded son, of Harrodsburg, have been visit- the good people of Garrard and to get his library. He says his prospects for School, broke camp last week and loing Miss Sallie Lou Myers. success there arc good. Mrs. Burdett cated at Brown Spring, near Crab OrMisses Lizzte and Mattie Thompson will be there from Florida in a few chard. No party lias ever visited our have returned from a visit to relatives days and will spend the summer in little city which sooner gained the esin Stanford and Hustonville. teem and respect of our citizens. They Mason county with her mother. highly educated gentle are Casey M. Owsley was here this week. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Elkin, who have men and certainly conduct themselves He is meeting with much success been visiting Lancaster relatives, left in a manner which meets the appropracticing law in Lexington. Monday morning for the lakes, where bation of all lovers of society. The Miss Nannee Harris came from Lake they will spend some weeks before re- party is composed of Messrs. Jerry land to Stanford Thursday and is now turning to their home in Atlanta. and E. B. Respcss, of Winston, North visiting relatives in that city. Their visit here was greatly enjoyed Carolina; W. H. Burk, G. M. Clark, ol Miss Kate Walker eame over from by a large circle of admiring friends. New York City; R. Obar, C. Gamble, Lexington Saturday and is now witli Simp is one of the foremost physicians of Tennessee, and G. W. Nelson, oj of the south, and is a Lancaster boy Virginia. Our people did what they her niece, Mrs. It. A. Eumside. of whom all our citizens aie justly could to make their stay pleasant, and vaMaster Hugh Miller is enjoying proud. many regrets were expressed when cation with his little cousin, Miss leaving time came, especially from Georgie Barnes Doty, of Brannon. About the most enjoyable social several young ladies. We all hope th function given in Lancaster recently young men will Misses Dorcas Francis, of Richmond, be given positions oi. house-part- y of Misses Julia locating and and Florence Burnside, of Point Leav- - was the constructing the road ell, are guests of Miss Dorcas Leavell. Mae and Nannie Gaines. The young through our city. Claude Whcrritt. ladies composing the party were MissMr. Eugene Moss and handsome es Anna Swift Long, of Winchester, "Shorty," accepted a position with the parents, Agatha Long, of Georgetown, Sadie corps and will assist in running the wife, arc visiting the latter's Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Moss, on Lexing Fogg, Lexington and Bessie Turley, line to Jellico. ton avenue Richmond. The Misses Gaines cer He Fooled the Surgeon, knviw All doctors told Renick Hamilton,cf Charles F. Denman, wife and tainly proved the fact that they Mr. how M entertain and the young peo West Jefferson, O., after sufferiug 18 pretty baby have returned to after a short stay with Mr. pie will long remember the occasion months from Rectal Fptual, he would as one of genuine happiness and pleas die unless a cosly operation was perAlex West and family. ure. Hayrides, picnics, dances and formed; bnthe cured himself with five Rev. Massee, wife and little ?on, other entertainments followed upon Tjoxes.of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the cure on Eartn, and the best Drue, 3Irs. H. Singleton, and Mr. eaeh.other with such rapSjdity that the" surest-PilSalve in the World. 25 cents a box Pendleton, attended the Sunday school ed it, "seemed like one sweet dream." Sold by E. E. McRoberts Druggist. picnic at Crab Orchard, Saturday. q No More Shakes. TRY i PEsofmii. House-partie- s, Yucatan Stomacand liver are out of orber. All such should know that Dr. King's 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 23 cents at any Dru Store. No hog, except those kept for breed ing purposes, can show good cause why he should be living after he is one year old. He should have been in the scald ing trough at eight months. W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa., says: "For forty years I have tried various cough medicines, One Minute Cough .Cure is best of all." It relieves instant- . ly and cures all throat and lung trou i i I JEHop A A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. JrS , FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR IS THE Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE. y Don't Tako a Worthless Substitute. Insist on A GREAT THROAT and LUNG REMEDY. YUCATAN. PbIGE, BOG. bles. TOJRMEi X R.XJO- - STORE RE uIcRoberts. Qitc.stioi:. flic Servant on a question ter-ha- lf well-earne- d ery household in Lancaster. The News says: "The of Paris as well as all other Kentucky towns are just now having their us ual summer experience witli the ser vant 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 sions. Most of them positively refuse to work, as one working servant can keep two families in victuals. These people who refuse to work itfsummer 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 ing workers to secure employment in Paris, and those who will not work do not deserve charity in winter." house-keepe- The Bourbon News has this to say that interests nearly ev- WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE not only effectually expels worms, but is unequaled as a tonic, and is a certain and permanent cure for Chills and Fever in children. Price 25 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. 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 Stormes Drug Store. hix good, tnritty pigs to a sow are better than a dozen runts. Every sow is not a good milker: they differ as much as cows. The pigs must have CAN SELL YOU all they will eat, forslowgrowthbrings poor returns. The pretty pig is al ways the fat one. To cure piles, stuikk at tite uoot that's the way. DeWitt's Witch Ila- zal Salve stkikes at the koot it re moves the cause quickly and permanently. Don't squander timeund money in a vain effort to remove the effects lm Stornfes Drug Store. Wheat threshing in Scott county is in active progress. Those farmers who have finished threshing report a yield BySpeolal Rsquest Dr. R. Goldstein, of from 5 to 2(5 bushels to the acre. The late wheat did not turn out well. will Remain in Lancaster, Ky., NOTARY PUBLIC, Those who live on farms are liable attii3 Hamilton House, a few BRYANTS VI LIE , KENTUCKY to many accidental cuts, burns, and bruises, which heal rapidly when BALDays Only. Lanfl. Snveryor ani for IS LA 11 U H hiSUW LilMMJENT promptly applied. Price 25 and 50 cts AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Mr. Sam Forsythe has sold to Monte Fox for Lehman sixty head of export cattlo, weighing 1,405 pounds at 4i cents. These were piobably the largest cattle in the county and brought the top price. They go to The middle of the year Newport News, thence across the water. Harrodsburg Democrat. is past lm LILLAUD & STOUT, Paint Wall Tintings Gheapartoi any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced J. X. DUNN Apt Please Remember mm QllllluAu I It is my specialty to fit glasses in snch mauuer that they relieve the eyeatraiu perfectly, fitting the eye with spectacle that you can see with ease and comfort, thus preserving the eye. In examining the eye only the latest and most improved methods und instruments are used. Physician's especially are Invited to call and investigate my methods of correcting errors of refraction. Many cases of headache, neural gla, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, verti go, nervous prostrutiou nud the seeming stu pidity of children are often due to defective vision caused by an abnormal curvature of the cornea or crystallne lens or to an irregularity of the refracting media of the eye, and are releved at oace upon the application the proper glasses. Ninety per cent of the people over 10 yeurs 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 as sist 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 eye sepur ately. Special attention is given to any inequality that may exist between the refraction of the eye. and settling time is at hand. Em-brya- I i mmm i 3 Need the Money due me and must insist llP Powder 1 that my friends call in and settle. Saliie FISE D. Tiliett. Cures INDIGESTION Tte entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system is heir to. aii LIFE INSUBANCE 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. Sormes Drug Store. lm wmm. For Sale b7 11. Price, 25 Cents. E. Mdlul'crts. SPEDJ&ECELD FIKE AUD MARINE INSURANCE COMFA.NY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO August 8, 9, 10, - well-bre- Lexington Horse Show, Fair, Carnival Away in II and!2 1899. OF NEW YOKK. Robinson & Hamilton Office ovet Post Office. Jgts Lancaster, : : : Kksttjcky BIGGEST THING EVER INAUGURATED IN THE SOUTH. ORGANIZED 1P.83. Optical science has made many rapid advan $25,000 Given Purses and Premiums FOR LIVE STOCK. AMUSEMENTS: 5 ces within the last few years. The correct adaption of spectacles hns become a distinct profession. The optician who thoroughly understands hla business, realizes fully that iu adjnstiDg glasses for his patients he Is PITEENS NATIONAL B1M, VI OF LAHOAHTTltt. rr Diving Elks, Diving Horses, High Bicycle Dive," Guideless Wonders, 5 Bucking Elks, 5 Driving Elks. The World's Fair Midway Rivalled With All the Objectionable Features Eliminated. For catalogues, premium lists, entry blanks and all information, address, Ificlio-lasvlll- e, E. .,;..,.. W.SHANKLIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky, U Excursion Rates on All Railroads. treating with a mot delicate and prcclout org;in where the" slightest error may result striously, while if he does his work well, he not only gives comfort and ease to his patleuts but iu many instances restores the sight. Specialcnra should be taken in selecting ih- first pair of spectacles, nor should it be attem pted without the aid of a responsible opt)cnn It is most important that the lenses 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 with, spectacles a specialty Parents, do not neglect your children's eyes Difficult cases solicited. All questions In rtgard to the ej of dice fully answered. Consultation and Examination Free. Office hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. at the Hamilton House, Lancaster, Ky., Monday July 17, im Capital, Surplus Fund $50,000 10,000 BUSINESS HOXTCITKD. nrefnl aod Prompt Attention OunutMl f. K. IHaaiNBOTHAM Lbwm Y. LiAVBia. 9. T. Hcdsoh V. O. O.D. Walk Presides CaaMet Rjont Asshtaat Cash's Bookkeepw DIRECTORS: J.M.HlSaiKBOTHAlf, . Lxwu Y.LiAYau, J.B. Johnson, T. 3f . axsolb, H.C.A.BHOLD, Jb. J.?.Hhmm. ALBX.GlAM, Ja J.J.WALXn Y.tninrww, ' 31VST SXA3IP THZiflt CllUCliii BaukK Will No Lonscr Be Alloived To AlUx Stumi For Tlielr Customer. July Wilson, of tl3 Internal revenue Department, has issued a circular absolutely prohibiting banks from affixing AVashingrtoti, stamps to ches'.vs uiHtampsd when pre rented, and requiring them to return the same .to the drawers. In his circular to Collectors, the Commissioner says: You are directed to notify the hanks that are guilty of stamping unstamped checks that, if the practice is notimmc-diatel- y discontinued they will be reported to the United States District Attorney for prosecution. The. iustuction contained in Treasury decision Xo. 1,K. under date of no objection to the aflixing bv the bank of tlij requisite stamp to an unstamped che'-presented for payment, is hereby revoked. This instruction was given to meet an emergency immediately preceding the taking effect of the. stamo act on July 1, 1SSKS, in order to obviate the necessity of returning by this banks thousands of unstamped chocks issued bv drawers in ignorance of the law. The law being now generally understood there is no further need of such permission. Siutt? Irritation. This action was taken upon inforIs the forerunner to cousumplson mation that certain banks had adopted the practice ofnotreuuiringstamps Dr. Bell's will cure it, uid give such strength to the lungs as an advertisement to secure patronage as against rival banks. that a cmrrh or a cold will not settle cents at Mcllobthere. Twenty-liv- e De Witt's Little Early Risers acts as erts Drug Store. lm a faultless pill should cleansing and Beans and peas, cooked, and thickreviving the system instead of weak- ened with bran, and fed twice a week, ening. They are mild and sure, small are an excellent food foi laying hens. and pleasant to take, and entirely free Feed a little longer. There will be from objectionable drugs. They assist a saving in the long run if you let the pasture get a good start before turning rather than compet. on the cattle. 3 Stormcs Drug Store. Weak Kycs Arc UFaile Strong:. Tiye makes a desirable food for all did vision made clear, styes removed kinds of stock, increases the quantity and granulated lids or sore eyes of any t.y of milk produced, and is a saving of kind speedily and effectually cured by from one to two tons of good hay for the use of Sutherland's Eaglt Eye every acre sown: and. not least, af- salve. Its put up in tubes, and sold on fords a green crop to be plowed under a guarantee at McRobcrts Drug Store in the spring to renew and enrich the lm land. t The Danville Advocate says: It is your liver tired? Does it fail to do safe to say that the yield in Boyle Is it.s duty:-- ' If so, don't neglect its call county will not, on an average, exceed for help. A few doses of 1IERIJIXK 50 per cent, of the usual crop. About may save you a spell of sickness. 25 bushels to the acre is the top notch only perfect liver medi- but some lields in the west end will cine. It cures Chills and Fever. Price not be cut at all. r0 cts. e. C. & J. E. Stormes. Imperfect digestion and assimilation The L'ncoln Democrat reports the produce disordered conditions of the wheat crop in the south end of Lin- system, which grow and are confirmed coln county as not yielding more than bv neglect. IIKUBINE gives tone to half a crop and of that the quality is the stomach, and causes good digesnot the best. tion. Price, 50 cts. C C. & J. L. Voiil.liravc Cost Uim His L,ifc. I have been using Foley's Kidney The losses from bloat in the aggreCure and take great pleasure in stat- gate are very heavy, and it is the one ing it gave me permanent cure of kid groat drawback to the free use of clovney disease which certainly would have er. It has long been recognized that c ret me my iife. I recommed it to any there is little danger from bloat where clover is mixed with other grasses, or one afllicted with kidney trouble. where stock has access to good blue Oscar Bowman Lebanon. Ky. grass. It is further asserted that if a C. C. & .1. E. Stormes. straw pile is within reach it is equally effective. f The Kaslc, Kins of alt Clrdti. AMERICA'S REPRESENTATIVE i j noted for its keen sight, clear and FASHION MAGAZINE iisthict vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any kind of lids. Sold at 25cts .Mc Roberts Drugstore. lm It is truly said that the rani is half Published flonthly 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 WITH HANDSOME :$.!0 lambs in the course of his life, it Congratulates Hut One. COLORED PLATES. makes very iitde difference in the cost Frankfokt, Ky., July 17. Gov. of each one whether the ram cost much Lradley is said to have wired congrat- or little, while the value imparted to tulations to but one of the nominees of ALSO ILLUSTRATES the progeny is ciiestimahlc. the convention. This was to Elder The Celebrated Teacher' Ziif.lUtile. John Steele Sweenej--, of Bourbon, the The Garrard County Institute for candidate for auditor, for whom he white teachers will be held in the has always entertained the highest The only reliable patterns, because Court House, at Lancaster, on Mon- personal regard and friendship! they allow seams. day, July continuing live days, with l'artucrs Disagree. Prof. J. H. Patterson, of Lancaster Iaysville. Ky., July 10. In the cirGraded School as conductor. On cuit court Thomas M. Wood has been Subscription Price : $1.00 a year. Tuesday evening (the 25th) an enter- appointed receiver for the lirm of Lee 10 cento for single copies. tainment entitled "The Heart of & Ballinger, clothiers. The appointCuba." will be given, conducted by ment was made because Lee desires to CANVASSERS WANTED FOR THJ3 Prof. H. IC. Taylor, principal of Lou- wind up the firm's business. PUBL!CA7I0?J. isville Training School. He will be A Woman Injured. assisted bySenor Jor.e Andonegui, a Liberal cash commission. Write for NicuoLASviLLE, Ky., July 19. Durviolinist of wide reputation. sample copy and terms to Subscription ing a rainstorm lightning destroyed All teaciiers failing to attend the Mrs. Nannie Grimes' home at Wilmore. Department, institute will forfeit their certificates. Miss Gill, who was in an upstairs 100m, THE DESIGNER, Botli Institutes will be held in the was seriously injured. 32 West 14 th Street, New York City. J Court House. y j diifer-ereucI!en-jaini- n, IIEU-r.INEistIlan-bcrr- y, June 1S:3, to the eliVet that there-wa- s Cottgle4 55 years. for 25 years with a cough, and spent hdndrcds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr. Bell's It has saved my life, J. C. Kosell. Mcllobcrts Drug Grantsburg, 111. lm. Store. Joe Thayer, of Lexington, sold to a St. Louis turfman the Jilly, Futurity Belle, 2:25, for :i,000 I am standing a. nice Jersey Bull at $1.00 cash. m25tf Ii. L. Elkin. Recently at Ilartfcrd, Conn., Prince Alert beat Pearl Onward .in a match pace, going the two heats in 2:07 J each. To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain, nourishing focd and WHITE'S CREAM YER.M1 FUGE. The result will be, the worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheerful. Price C. C. & J. E. Stormes, 25 cts. There are fewer sheep in the world than there were 10 years ago, while population is increasing, and nations which have lived on vegetables are eating more meat. Mutton is growing in favor, and there is no reason for thinking there will ever be very much lowering of the present very satisfactory pricL- - I suffered tVnte of Good Material. "Sec the instructive value of little STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. BY A HIDDEN FOE. Joslnli Taylor Shot Kruni Amhnh Ills Wound 3Iay I'rnvt. l'";ttnl A IVuil Threaten to Zlrcuk Out. FiXEVll.l.E, Ky., July 18. Josiah C. Taylor is a feud victim, lie was bhot ; SECRETLY MARRIED. Ccpturod Her Sinter' fcwecthcart, Seeareu a Divorce and Now Marries ills First Lov. Louisville, Ky.. July 18. It leaked out Sunday that Charles Wright, who Ad-di- things; the last straw broke the camel's back." "Yes; why didn't somebody keep it to tickle the elephant with?" Detroit Free Tress. 3Uiy iilEine Themselves. "Yes," said the man who thought deeply; "uneasy lies the head that wears a crown." "Huh!" sniffed the superficial creature, "what do the fools sleep in them for?" Kansas City Independent. Tlie Kenson "That's what 1 call a said Spemllcigh, as he laid down a V.'lij". Mfa IlLWLil S. S. S. is Old People, au y i ills GU y filO ulu irTS!fl!l."a By keep- v E CURED a Great Blessing to it Gives Them and Life. from ambush and his wounds arc thought to be fatal. Taylor is a school teacher and a member of the family which, for years, waged a feud with the Lees a feud that numbers in its record many deaths. He was riding along the banks of the Puckct creek, returning from his school through the woods, when a rille shot rang out and he reeled from his horse. He was found by friends soon after, weltering in the blood that poured from murderous wounds There is little hope for his life. Such an incident will scarcely bo p !scil unnoticed by lli-- feudists, in whose breasts the llames of old have been smouldering for a Ion" time. THE DESIGNER. was a soldier in the late war. had been secretly married at Jefferson-vill- e e by Magistraie Hause to Miss Lamasters. Wright was recently divorced from his first wife and thereby hangs a tale. Years ago he was engaged to marry his present helpmate, but the course of love did not run smoothly and they had a quarrel. Miss Nannie Lamaster, a sister of Addie's, appeared on the scene as a peacemaker. Wright was so charmed with the intermediary that he at once began a wooing that knew no failure. The other sister was forgot. Finally he was successful and married Nannie. They lived together until Wright joined the army. When hi; returned from Cuba his wife was waiting for him and they seemed to be perfectly happy--. Suddenly a squall arose and a suit for divorce was filed by the husband. It was granted and NEGRO STATE TICK.ZT. a week later he was joined in the tie Jobki Colored Men of Lexington, D:ail-lie- d that binds to his original sweetheart. Witti Taylor's Nomination, Will What caused this remarkable sequel liavo a Ticket of 'lhuir Oivn. can not be learned. Stranjre to say. Liixixgtok, Ky., July 15. Some of the the sisters have always remained good friends. Wright, when he applied for Negroes of Lexington are still dissatisenlistment in the army, was refused. fied with the nomination of Gen. Taylor for governor and an effort will bo Going to a barber he had his hair dyed, made by them to defeat him. A num- shaved off his beard and in a new suit ber of prominent Negroes of this city of clothes again made application and held a mass meeting Thursday after- was successful. noon with several members of tho THE CLAY COUNTY BATTLE. llambrick delegation of Louisville and decided to place a Negro ticket in tho Cov. Bradley Has Not Decided on Any Plan lield this fall. With ICeferenco to thu La:rst OuA conference will be held in LouistbreakAuthorities Criticised. ville next Friday afternoon and a Dr. E. 13. Underticket nominated. Frankfort, Ky., July 19. Gov. wood, of Frankfort, V. II. Stewait, of Bradley received full ollicial particLouisville, and Editor It. C. O. ulars Tuesday night concerning the of this cit, are at the head of Clay county battle, in which l'hilpots. the movement and one of three will Griffins. Morris and others were killed receive the nomination for governor. Monday and live were wounded. The They have no idea of winning but governor is more than ever worried they claim that they will cause Taj-lo- r over Clay county affairs, but has not to lose colored votes. decided on any plans with reference to the latest outbreak. POLITICAL MOVEMENT. There are very severe criticism of the itcps Tuken Looking to tho Nomination Clay county civil authorities, in state ollicial circles at the state capital, and of a democratic licltct in Opposiit is hinted that some of the judicial tion to the One Headed by Goubel. authorities in that district will be Louisville, Ky., July 10. At a made the subject of rigid investigation meeting of the Jo Blackburn Demo- by the legislature next winter which cratic club Friday night steps were will have impeachment proceedings as taken looking to the nomination of a its ultimatum object. democratic state ticket in opposition Sheriff Iieverly White, of Clay counto the one headed by William Ooebel ty, who with his deputies are credited for governor. Resolutions were adopt- with belonging to one of the fighting ed denouncing the action of the recent factions, does not call on the state for state convention, and appointing a assistance and objected to the govcommittee to with dissent- ernor sending troops to .Manchester ing democrats in other parts of the last mouth for the Baker trial. state. Pardons for .Magistrates. 1'oitinaster Slanled by a Train. Frankfort. Ky., July 10. Gov. BradPaducaii, Ky., July 15. C. T. postmaster at Eddyville. Ky., ley Friday granted pardons to four early Friday morning either fell or Muhlenberg county magistrates. They jumped from an Illinois Central train were under indictment for alleged at a station which the train passed malfeasance in office. The specific ofwithout stopping. lie had both lefrs, fense consisted in having allowed the one arm broken and skull fractured county judge a fee of S:VJ for certain y and was badly mangled in falling work, which was in excess of the Gov. Itradley, in allowance. through a trestle. lie is fatally injured. Hanberry was returning from granting the pardons, said the indictthe state convention at Lexington. ments were unjust and probably inspired by politics. He has a family. stat-litor- live-doll- bill. "How's tjiat?" asked Twendlcigh. "It's the last of a century!" was the replj'. Harlem Life. Only an Imitation. "Isabel, your now hat is absurd; it just looks like a huge flowerbed." "Well, you needn't get so excited. Edgar; you don't have to get up before daylight and pull the weeds out of it." Chicago IJecord. A Vol mac In n Word. Friend What became of that young man you were engaged to last summer? Miss Catchem (innocently) Which one? ?C. Y. Weekly. New Biood Jjf tsssssss. but it is wholly unnecessary. 1 nearly all of the sickness among Consolation. She has The mean thing! bought a hat just like mine! Stella Never mind, dear; she may look just as bad in it as you do. Town Topics. F.Ka Xo Tin There. Walter Haven't you forgotten something, sir? Guest That's so. My wife gave me a letter to Dost. Thanks! The Rival. from which thev suffer so generally. S. S. S. blood, tho remedy which .1will keep their :systems" young, by purifying the imnart- 1.1:y ti ovuuiuiuv.MU) i wioruuiriu..i iuiiiuiu - wi nooio t. .,,.rr,t't;nna nnlItlPIWICPA .7. tl. illiu Mfn w mo "nun, knW me lllg DUW sireuKlll appetite builds up the energies, and sends new the blood throughout the entire system oroauway, cuuui juuswu. 31rs. annul 1 IKe. " I am sev(jty years old. and had not enjoyed good health' for twenty years. I was sick in different ways, and in ..i,i:t;n l.nl Umonw tnrrJWv nn rnf of rav leers. The doctor Bnid that on account bf my age, I would never be 3 well again. 1 took a dozen bottles of S. S. S. and it cured ma completely, anil I am happy to say tnat T fpfl us well as I ever did in my life." Mr J W. Loving. P Colquitt. Ga., says: "For eighton een years I suffered tortures from a iiery eruptionthey my skin. I tried almost, every known remedy, but was told that my age. which is failed ono by one. aud I sixty six. was against me. and that I could never hope S. to be well again. I finally took S am S.. and it cleansed in perfect health.' mv blood thoroughly, and now I WstSsfis ,..t Tflife-givi- . Iff m .. is tho only remedy which can old people, because it is the only ope which S. Sa S. FOR THE upBLOOD and strengtr.en build S:iran from' and"herbs and has no chemicals whatever SSeSX ft ft aS ".cures the worst cases of Scrofula. Tancer. the blood Tetter.pen Sores. Chronic Ulcers. Boils, or anv other disease ofAtlanta. Ga. will be sent freo by Swift Specific Co.. Bks on these diseases llm$t Beware! A BOOM TO MANKINDS An expectant mother had better not take anything at all than those positively dangerous mixtures so widely advertised to relieve her discomfort and nausea. She ought to know that outside external treatment is the only way that can possibly be of any benefit. She ought to know that Frlatiuis the only remedy that will help her, and it is an external liniment, it takes her through the euHre period in comparative comfort, shortens labor, and childbirth is no longer 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 Mother's Friend at the draff stores for $1 a bottle, or send to TEE BRADHELD REGULATOR CO. DATABLE Mother's assays- - 2 "S Wf A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN CURES j ATLAKTA, GA. Write for our free UxV, Bef re E.iby Ij Born," finely luimraieu. marricu Hunien cim. WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 Ceijts; Bottles, 50 Cents. Sola Prcprietcr. JAMES F. BALLARD, - - 3!0 north Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. Mean 31au. "Our old neighbor Jenkins is the meanest man I know." "What has he done?" THE "Why. you know, when we broke up housekeeping and undertook to sell all our household goods at auction he got BANK into the house on the plea that he wanted to buy and then produced a writ of replevin and took away everything we had borroweil from him in the three CAPITAL ) SURPLUS. 0-F(100,000.00 years we hae been neighbors." Chica$20,000.00 go Post. LANCASTER, KH. To Prevent naKKinpr. Customer Will these pants bag at dUI the knees? Dealer Mein frient. no pants will A. K. Denny. President. bag at de knees if you treat dein right. '. tell you how before you go. It ees my Jno. E. fiTor.MES. Vice President. twn invention. S. C. Denny, Caaliicr. Customer (delighted) Then 111 take them. Here is the money. What is your plan? J. F. Kocinsox. Jn.. R. T. EMBI'.V. Dealer Xeifersitclown. N. Y. Weekr Ass't Ciusb'r. STORMES XXnTO STORE. iL PUBLIC SALE OF A Oarrard Go. Farm. I will offer publicly on the premlssf. On TimrsQay, Ai. 10, 1 THE DR. REID situated nt Old Pnint Lick, on the Richmond und Lancaster pike. Smiles from Lancn teraud. 2l miiVs from t N'a.ihvIJIe depor. The Farm Consists of 330 ACRES, ly. Pittsburg, Lived on Horrics and fenalls. Ky., July 19. Albert Standard Patterns Brooks was found in the woods near here by Alexander Patterson in a dying condition. Brooks claimed he has Or. Otto's Spruco Gum Balsam Cures MibMsted upon berries, snails and Your Cough. Just the Medicine for Children. worms for 'M days. lie says he enFor sale by tered tli3 forest and got lost, and was E. E. McRoberts. unable to find his way out until he became so weak that he could not walk. Have .Mill Destroyed by Fire. OlGEST YOUR VCQD. Illnety per cent, of all sickness Is caused bf food not being' properly digested, it cieatcs poisons and poes into your blood and then you are liable to almost anv disease thu human system is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder and watch the results. You will feel the jjood effects after takinp one dose. Give it a trial and be convinced. Price 25c. VALUABLE Vanckijurg, Ky., July 17. The large stave mill at Garrison, ten miles east of here, in this county, belonging to W. J. Fells, of Huntington, W. Va., 29 burned to the ground. The mill had On not been running for some time and at lOo'elockn. m. we will, at the premises at the fire is believed to have been of Te.itTsviilc In Garrard County, Ky.. sell to the highest and be.st bidder, our valuable aud oritrin. Farm "For Sale well Improved with good new residence, o chard and all neees-saroutl.tilliliiip-i- . sneli ais office in tlie yard. moke honsc.cirriage house. Ice hoiwe. Ac. Also splendid slutted double corn crlbi capacity of ICO barrel- - t wo tobacco DIRECTORS barn (one of which I new), stoek barn and tenant hi.ii'e. KLEOA.NT COMMUNITY Sam I.D. Cochrnn Jaa Spllman; within one hnndrrd yard- - of church, scbo. 1 Alex. R. Denny, A. C. Robinson. liouse. post office, and store. Tlie farm will be offered in two tracts acres with tlie imW. B. Cook, L. Davidson, SS acriM unimproved provement:! said traets Jno. E Stormes. divided by the pike and then n a whole, the bid or bids accepted which realize the greater sum. Sale u ill begin at 11 a. m. S. BEAZLEY, 1")0 acres of knob land five or six miles dis-taw II ko with the farm. TERMS OK SALE. One-thi- rd cash, balance ClTnnrV " Teeth trie ted without jmln in one and two years with 6 per cent interest. II w tli Vitalized Air. Office la W.I. LETCHER. the New Thompson MuIIdhifc. T. D. ENGLISH, Anc'r. Danville. Ky. ff DENTIST Saturday, July '98 (!- Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Kentucky-Arlocated, so as to offer special inducements to the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving e Wanted to Die. Princf.ton, Ky.. July 19. si ruble farm consisting of Dr. Clar- Elisa J. Lttsk, Sup't. (M er,& I .:. Anifrici f..r JtcfiiwJ home. .Number United. Tcrus naMi.ab!.. " if l! tii.lenu Imup rrrrcwi' tiVl States' TH. SMITH. A. M., ViL. (AluSC. of Univ. of Va?) Call and see tliis Celebrated "Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others. All Kinds TarmMacMnery Always on Hand ence Anderson, of this city, died at the residence of his father in Hopkinsville Stock Killed by Lightning. Monday morning. About one month Ky., July 19. Lightning Et.ktox, ago his wife died, since which time he killed a mule and two cows for Planter has continued to fail in health. He James Watkins, near this city. Wind seemed to want to die. and hail did much damage to fences and crops in this count'. A TIMELY HINT. You should be wise and see that your blood is Killed in a Uarn. rich and pure and your whole (system put in a Moreiiead, Ky., July 19. Lewis perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr. Powder. Then you a prominent farmer living on Carlstedt's German Liver typhoid fever, colds will be free from malaria, Noith Fork, while in his barn, where and the crip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver he sought shelter from a severe storm, Powder is the best medicine money can buy. For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Spruce was struck and killed by lightning. Gum Balsam. Price 25c and 50o a Bottle. Slayer in Custody. For sale by Paixtsville, Ky., July 18. Sheriff E. E Jlcliobcrts Powers and Frank Atkinson, of county, passed through here Horse Klicw, Fair A: Carnival. having in custody Floyd Rice, who shot and killed Harland Trace a few Lexington, Ky. Aug. 1SC8. days ago. Low rates via the Queen and Crescent Route from all points in Kentucky Heat Causes a Hoy's suicide. Richmond, Ky., July 15. William' daily August Sth to 12th, good to re Agee, son of J. H. Agee, of Jolly Ridgo turn tlie 14th inst. Greatest has ever had. Don't fail locality, aged only 15 years, committed suicide Thursday morning by hanging to attend. Ample room for all excurhimself in his father's barn. His mind sionists. is supposed to have been affected. High Bridge Excursions. Poison In the Dread. Ex;ursions are run from Cincinnati Gbatsox, Ky., July 15. A and all points south every other Sundaughter of David Criswell, a day, to High Bridge. There isn't a farmer at Leon, Ky., died and all the more beautiful place to visit than this members of the family are in a danger- entrancing spot, You can't afford to ous condition from poison put into tho miss it. The rate is remarkably low. bread. There is no clew to the manner One Dollar from Cincinnati, Fifty by which the bread was poisoned. cents from Lexington, and like low rates from other points. Ask your Died From Ills Injuries. " LouisviiXE, Ky., July 18. C. P. Will, ticket agent about it. You cannot afa lumber dealer of this city, who wus ford to'miss this pleasant day on the ipjuredip a street "car accident Satur- river. Your ticket agent will give day, night, died Sunday morning fro you rates, dates and schedules for b4s injnrie ' . tihese excursions. . The farm Is known as the "Old Teatfr place" story brick and has on It oue of the best houses iu the County, large, commodious and roomy; at the village of Teatersville, where dally mnils arc received and distributed ; se en miles northeast of bnnenster on the turnpike road lending from Lancaster to the inoutn of Paint Lick Greek and on to Xlcliolasvill Terms, In order to suit purchaser will be agreed O i and i:U'iouiieed uu day of sale. For furthu information address J. M. Logan, 1 anemter Ky. 180 Acres of Land. to buyers on the market for all kinds of Stock When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of benefit bo extra expense and time. In addition to the local buyers there will be Easters and Foreign you. J. M. LOG AX, Csniral Covington Stock Yards Co. Commission firms will give prompt attention fco JX0.1J. 11RKWEK. R. KINNA3R consignments MM MB B0 mW M INSURANCE. Rs0TBSBHtU!7ollQVinc Companies man or younit woman who would win sncces In life. This beint; conceded t Is of first importance to get yonr training at the school that strands in the very frout raak MA 9 il & EDUCATION ST Bli h yfW t nbsolmely necessary to the yonn THE Book-keeping, BUY A NT STKATT0X BUSINESS COLLEGE Aetna, Qufien, LOUISVILLE, KY. Palatine, ' TELEGRAPH shorthand, National, f. Seven experienced teachers, each one a spcfnl!s't in his Una Graduates of this collegn preferred by business bouses. Write for a beantlfnl book giving testimonials from graduates occnpyitig prominent positious all over the .United States it will be mailed to yoi' FREE. Hartford, Dtlewaro, Milwaukee, Conneticut, Consign your stock to Rabenstein, Harris & Conner, Liv.e stock Commission Merchants, Continental, Glens Falls, German American, Phcnix of Brooklyn, New York Underwriters Liverpool & London & (Jlobo. North British Aetia Llfelis. & Merchautile Co. of HartfordCou Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Ky or Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, O., When shipping East bill our care privilege selling Central Covington Stock Yards. We wil make it to your advantage and give your stock special personal attention. ,.,V'..,