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JULY i 27, 1399. i ONE DOLLAJ1 A YEAR r We carry no goods over. Everything lie Best City Council Grunts Franclise, goes in our clearance sale atatiy price. J. Joeph. We have commenced our annual H.yjLNOUTnCOTT. And Hakes a Contract clearing sale and will sell goods at any New line belt buckles and fany Two Thousand Dollar Eight Hundred Dollars, Only a few drunks Monday. price to make room. Joseph. For Term of Years. In premiums in saddle and harness Two-Hogoods this week. Y i Prizes forborne andf;un products rse county Thompson the Jeweler. rings at Richmond fair August 1, 2, Wagon Sheep for Sale. Nothing of importance in at Richmond fair August 1, 2, 3 and 4. 3 and 4. court Monday. About 300 nice, young ewes, fresh , Money to Loan. Socks SackM. W. R. Cook. from the mountains. For Sal On good real estate. For particu H. A B Marksbury & Son keep on If you want to buy a nice Building On r.isv navmentTateood house and lars apply at The Record office, Cow For Sale. io Lancaster. tf. hand new sacks, and will sell to the Lot I can sell yoiymo from 1 to A acres Brought Best butter and milk cow in town. farmers at cost. cheap. T. Cukkey. T. J. HATCHEIl. Stamp your checks before sending tf. cvrfThree Tkounaad Dollars Wanted. to banks. Parties so fortunate as to node First Heat. Gaines & Faulconcr will never be Are hung up for trots and paces at have a bank account ought to buy a Iron and bones! Farmers bring in ' FLORENCE. Circuit Clerk. Will Hamilton, was old machinery, good price paid. out of fresh vegetables. Have what THE Richmond fair, August 1, 2, 3 and 4. stamped check book. you want sent to you, by ringing up given the first degree in the Masonic tf II-B. Nouthcott. Farmers, Atteatloa. 100. Lodge Tuesday evening. Their goods are to a Queen's AHfally Bry. Storage furnished for wheat. See What a thrcun taste. Free delivery. If you are in nerd oi.i good Notwithstanding the fact that sev particulars. LancasDan Smith & Currey, Agents for R. G. Ward for You will have when your girl rides eral good showers have fallen, cisterns ville Steam laundry. Work shipped farm wngon, get our prices. lilnir i't ion. ter Mills & Elevator Co. about town are almost dry. There's nnd received dailv. Shirt waists a the Camel in the Streets of Cairo in They are tiie lowest. And phone your orders to Gaines & the Midway at the Lexington Horse Dr. Carver, the world's champion not enough water in. town to have a specialty. Office at Batsons Dry goods Show Fair and Carnival, Aug. 8 to 12. Faulconer's new grocery store and get shot, will each day give an exhibition Presbyterian baby sprinkling. store. The City Council met in called ser- - the best, fresh groceries, at the lowest of fancy shooting during the LexingG. S. Gaines is agent for Superior, sion Saturday to reccivebids on put market Motto is "prompt A Thousand Dollars Fair and Carnival, Cheap Globe Trotting What Tooting. ton Horse Show, Kentucky and Ilawortus Drills the delivery and the best goods for the Is a bisr sum to offer in a fair ring, best known in Kentucky. ..This place ting in a system of waterworks. It least nioncv." Go and have your fortune told at August 8 to 12. did not take long to do thi.i, and the goes the uYe Old Romany Rye" Gypsy but that is the exact sum which is head quarters for kinds' farming meeting adjourned !til yesterday at New Type. Croamcry Foot Voiver CI:;irus. Camp, at the Lexington Horse Show to the winner of the Banker's Stake impliments, specialties,. F. Avery's The Rkcokd has just received Fair and Carnival, Aug. 8 to 12. saddle stallion, mare or gelding, at Disc Sulky plow, and the Chttttanagua two o'clock. The matter was then of these celebraI have twenty-fiv- e BEAZLEY & BAUfrHHAN discussed fully, and it was found that ted churns which will be sold at 3. twelve new faces of job type. Give us Richmond fair August 1, 2, 3, and 4. walking plows. envelopes, etc not make a twenty-yea- r the city can a trial on letter heads, each. Original price was 7."0. They Will Benefit You. Prayer meeting. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, contract, as that would create an in are the best made and this is a rare Taxes Due. If you are not satisfied it will cost you Why not take in the C. & O's cheap The W. C. T. U., will hold a prayer nothing. Town taxes are now due, and prop debtedness greater than the constitu chance to get a bargain. room trip to Old Point Comfort? One meetincr in the Masonic Lodge erty owners should come forward at tion permits a town tiiis size to make. Mns. J. I. Hamilton-Local Optloa KleetloH. spends enough money on little trips to Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. This b JL-Jonce and settle. This has to be done It was an easy matter to get around iL. of Walker's school house take one of these which will be of in The people it in conunection with the local option and those putting it oil too long will this obstacle, however, by adopting vote on tne iocui estimable value to him. Why not go neighborhood will only make the conelection to be held at Walker's scliool be put to extra expense. the suggestion to George T. Arnold, who resides in option question next Saturday. We somewhere and see somthing worth house that day. E. M. Walked Collector. ' tract for a term which will let the this county, brought Tin: Recoud a the whisky people" are ma seeing. project in under the three per cent bug, pronounced, by those who ought Dunlap In Alaska. king a light, but so far no excitement Uimit. The next obstruction was me know, a genuine Kissing bug. It tills married at Paint Iiiek. Mrs. M. C. Walter has received a Surveyors In Hockcastle. raised. The drys will win has been By an unintentional oversight,men-tio- n statement by the attorney that it re the oft published description to the by a big majority. The Southern railway is running letter from her son, W. O. Dunlap, was omitted last week of the quired a vote by the people to make letter. The bug, was caught on Mr. is in the regular army and a line of survey from Lancaster via stating he was quicniy Arnold's farm and has AlUBDCBieUtl. attracted much He enlist marriage of Mr. Oscar Hoyle and Miss the contract legal. Tins Drippings. Brodhead, Savers Knob, is now on duty in Alaska. amusement features of the Lex- passing two company's Theresa Brown. Loth are prominent knocked into a cocked hat by Mr. Mor attention. The ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMmiles cast of Level Green. ed to go to Manila, but his accept the ington Horse Show, Fair and Carnival One line will likely run up Boone's orders were changed. He says the ice young people of that section. The itz stating that he would contract, Preacliiii In LioiiisvIIIc. Mirnnss nnvthine in the nistory oi oiu Fork, via Maretburgand tunnel ISo. is meltinc on the Yukon river and bride is quite handsome and the groom franchise and enter into the BALMING a SPECIALTY. Tiint.nck. Thev are varied: they are 1, to the head of and down Skagg's sDrine fast approaching. Mr. Dunlap a young man or pluck and energy. The it being expressly stated that same At the Babtist church Sunday, tho ratification by the pastor, Rev. .7. C. Massee, was granted was "subject to new; they are for the amusement of Creek. Mt. V ernon Signal. was hi the light at San Juan, with the Recoud extends congratulations. people at the polls in 'November." It a vacation of four weeks. Mr. Massee Purniturej Carpets, &c. nW ;ind vounsr alike: they alter to ev gallant sixth infantry. Flue Turkey. is perfectly clear to those who have will supply during his vacation, at erv class. Reduced rates on all rail Resigned at Falrvlew. Mrs. Fox, of Marksbury, made the Notice. made careful investigation of the McFerran Memorial church Louisville. roads during the dates of Aug. Lancaster, Ky. to eigh- The pulpit here will be supplied next Rev. Ira Parton tells The Recoud Not having the time to collect them, first sale of turkeys we have heard of matter, that fully seventy-fiv- e july he has resigned as pastor at one of his I have left my accounts in the hands this season. She raised a big lot of ty per cent, of the people want the Sunday by Rev. Partin of this city. PuahlBi; ibe Work. tV. McC JOHNSTON churches. Fairview, near Hall's Gap. of E. Brown for collection. Ail those the White Mammoth Bronze breed, water, and .there is not the shadow of JOHN" T. JOHNSTON A CSreat com He has one or two other churches yet indebted will please will at his office, wmcu attracted much attention. Sat a doubt of the Council's action ucinj A laree force of brick-layeThe greatest success in farm ma JOHNSTON k JOHNSTON menced work on the hotel and opera in his charere. Rev. Partin is a preach the Police Court room and settle at urday a gentleman named Clews saw endorsed by an overwhelming major chiencry is the Avery Disc Plow, just house Monday. As enough material er who adheres to the plain, unvarnish once and save cost. W. H. Lackey, mem and immediately purchased ity. kiJ- 4t. twenty-liv- e by E. Brown, agent. at a fancy price. Mrs. Mr. Moritz will begin his survey at brought here by G. S. Gaines, It has is on hand to prevent delay the walls ed religion, and leaves olf the Fox has a number left for which she once and begin making his calcula been iriven a through trial and cer Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, "arisioeratic" touches will go up very rapidly. The corner glove, Lick Enterprise. A Falut lias been offered a big price. stone at Richmond street and Square now put on by tions. When the vote was taken in tainly is a blessing for the farmer. It up by LANCASTER, KY. city "clergymen." He tell his Adams' Fistula Salve, putmeeting was laid Saturday, without the foolthe Council every member present vo- works in the dryest ground, and, no Reception anil Supper. go to Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is matter how hard the dirt is, this cuts ishness usually attending such occa- congregations if they sin they ten yes. The Ladies' Aid Society will give an with ready sale every where. Persons Jno.T.IIays. J.I.H.uiilton. J.E.I:ocinos sions. A copy of TnE Record's hell, with a cap H. and does not pictIn Mr. Moritz' bid he agrees to fur through it easily and will turn under reception and supper at resiused itsify it's a marked number and one of recent ure that place as a kind of winter re- who have a sure cure for Fistula dence of Mrs. Christmas nish the town with fifty double tire weeds as high as a man's head. Mr. ' success and Jennie West, on Hays, Hamilton & RoliiiisoB, date was placed under the stone. Capt sort. Rev. Parton comes as near be- Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge ford street, Thursday evening, Stan plugs and two drinking fountains for Gaines has sold live already, and those July man and beast, for the sum of two who bought them have given lengthy Rvan has about a dozen houses in ing a pure man as any one we ever ment. Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on Zt, '!)!). A full supper will he served, tiimiQi.nrl dollars ucr year. The water testimonials as to the great woi'k they Attorneys and Counselors at Law course of construction, but will have saw, and what the world needs is more a written guarantee, and money re- consisting of ham, beaten biscuit, sal from Dix river, a do. It is certainly the greatest inall completed before cold weather sets of the 3 ads, pickles, iced tea, cream, sherbert is to be furnished funded if not as represented, LANCASTER, KY. warnings like he gives. miles from town vention made in farm machinery. in. and cake. Supper for families will be distance of three He will also put in an ice plant, which served, beginning at 7 o'clock. A ta necessity at ble will be especially arranged for the will give our people that we now pay. the price nearly children, and games prepared for their entertainment. Admission, 15 and 25 Big fair at Richmond August 1, 2, Hens y-- rm a tt noocmotMoo nAI in "A XI AT H Til v Remember the big fair August 1, 2, 3 and 4. at Richmond Circuit Court begins third Monday in next month. r WATER WORKS.- - 2all at J. Jo;3ph4 yiB-sclearing sale prices. t himii 5ic Wanted. per pound. fiffl . price.-Thei- r JiiL july-20-- tf . j 27-- rs Siu-ce- . high-salarie- Out-Do- out-do- ap-1- one-ha- ir cents. 3 and 4. nli tokens for sale. 9 and 10c ONLY $1.26. Great Bargains! For thirty days we will offer of un-heardof Sunday at only $1.25. You leave Lancaster at 2:52 a. in., arrive Cincinnati at 7:30. You have all day in the city and can return leaving there at 7:30 p, m., arriving Lancaster at 12:29 midnight, There pro many attractions in the city, and the trip will be a good one to tako. County CpUFf. ToClncIauatl Sunday. Great Trip, at ner nound. cashXjI. B. Isorthcott. X Little Coot. I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at K. L. JSlkin. The L. & N. will sell round-trim25tf $1.00 cash. tickets Lancaster to Cincinnati next big, bargains if ' Wjm'- - ai'Eafc'OiO'O.oo.oooj - i a a, o e'o o ,o, 'o' - o o o d ojx& o ,o o vJ tffiS?, - p You will miss some you fail to come in duringYour clear J.Moseph. ance sale. WE WANT TO MAKE OUR Eockcastle Springs now open. Take a little vacation at liiis luvuiy ibuh and you will" return better prepared tf for work. Bagains in Clothing, Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods. Some Odds and Ends in Ladies' Ox Why not spend a week at Rockcas Wo will give you good fact fare which we know will content you. more people than we ever saw at a II. Hojimel, Mgr. July court. The merchants had a good day, but stock matters were at a Storeroom For Kcnt. r standstill. A few head of cattle chang nqw occupy and Will rent room ed hands, mention of which is made give possession at once Stock of goods was no now low and will be soldSts a whole at in our stock column. There demand for stock, as farmers are al a trreat bargain. iXEY. J. W. S most completely without feed or water. The grass is. burned up and it is IVcy Barker. with much difficult that stock water Joe Ificklass, the new harbor. Shop is obtained. The recent rains, while N." E. corner Public Square. All work helping some, did not revive the wells done in a most fashionable way. Give and springs. tf me a trial, A big crowd came in Monday, In tle Springs? ( In REMIL SALE I The Largest and Most interesting Special Sale ever held In Lancaster, and propose to offer connection with our special low prices the $100 IN CASH, di following extra premium of vided as follows: , To the First name To the Second name To the Third name To the next Five names To the next Ten names To the nezt Five names fords that we will Close out Regardless of Cost. 25 Pant Patterns in Foreign and Domestic weaves that we will close at less than Manufacturers' Cost Logan mm m gpni 1 Robinson. .! m 'JUP" m 1 ' PopH Head Tills! After Aucust 1st wo will have for 1V1H sale tho jjest coal in any quanity at Aar 80, 81, Bd Sept. j- the lowest price. It will pay you to While the Danville Fair will have a Ribe us beforo buying. Office and yard good many novel features for the enter' opposito tho Granary, W. B. Moss & tainment of the crowd, thero will be a &Co, full quoto of good premiums, The , Tracker' Institute. premiums "in the show rings r.un A lomaKTtising having come in $20 to $110, The last namod premifrom um-is far roadster stallions, and there at thfrcTftventh hour, wo are forced to will also bo a premium of $100 in a sad- defer 'til next week the report of the Through the dle ring, Another thing, the prem- Teachers' Institute. iums will be paid in cash, without courtosy of Mr, Walkor Baker, we are discount, and in most cases 75 per cent enabled to secure complete reports, but regret very much our inability to to first and 35 percent, to second. part of the proceedings' in this By an error In the minutes, the fact give a Issue. Tho teachers are here in full was overlooked that Ed. Walton of the force, and the institute is proving vc Interior Journal, Louis Landram, of ry enjoyable and beneficial. the Lancaster Record, and Joe Wators IHuck Land. of the Lincoln Democrat, had been made honorary vice presidents. Col. L. P. Hubble was at home from The association will give a grand the mountains this week and tells bop at the Gilcher Hotel the second Tna Recoud he is meeting with niehtof tho. fair, with music by a much success dealing In lands. He is in real estate mat Louisville orchestra. This will be "a a strictly select affair. Interest in the ters and knows how to handle all big Cake walk is growing. Many peo kinds, from a town lot to a thousand- ple in this section have never seen a acre farm. Having been in themoun- genuine cake walk by colored experts, tains for some time, he now has pur A good one unwell worth seeing,, and chasers for blue grass land, and any the Danville Fair will have a good one parties in this section desiring to sell, would do well o confer with him. Advocate. lf fancy pnumiinns, fea Feat pre oftfee Danville Fair $20.00 In Cash. 10.00 In Cash 7.50 In Cash 5.00 Each 2.50 Each 50 Each The Conditions Are as Follows: ' Ejgy each DoliarVWorth of Goods purcha?ed, we will allow yon to On .January deposit your naute, written on a card, in a sealed box. i, 190CS th?s Ibox will be opened by a commtttee of three; a person blindfoldedftviil select the names from the box, the first name selected being entitled to the first premium, and so on until enough names are No name will be entiselected to consume the premiums offered. Cards with name must be deposto more than one premium. tled 'Ia connection with this Spect-- . ited in box before January 1, 1900. give our regular premiums as before. ' al Cash Premium Sale we will t LOGIN GOODS CD ti.i RAL RECORD ZTKKT STONE. Joseph Hicks has about completed his dwelling. A few cases of chicken pox are reported in this vicinity. J. H. Rainey bought of John Hughes a cow and calf at $26.25. James Rainey, sold to Miller, of Jessamine, a small bunch of lambs at $3.50 per head. Different parties about here have lost five horses in the last few days, cause unknown. Mr. C. H. Mitchell and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a nice nine pound boy on the 16th. Our school at Scott's Fork is progressing nicely, we have about fifty scholars enrolled and a number more are expected after institute week. T. L. Saunders delivered Wednesday. to Sweeney Morgan, the finest bunch of lambs that has left here for some time, the bunch consisted of sixty which averaged $4.75 per head, at 5c. y Mike Ray has built a hut on river at this place, preparing for boat building (Roony) as he" is generally known, is a tine workman, he understands his business. We wish him mnch success. The soothing and healing properties of "Chamberlains Cough Remedy, its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures, have made it a great favorite with the people everywhere. For sale by R. E. McRoberts druggist. Mrs. Mattie Roberts and children, of Little nickman, were the guests of her sister, Mrs. Peachie Grow last week Nay Coy, of Kirksvillc, visit ed his cousins, Coy and Floyd Saunders, Saturday and Saturday nightand went to see Lock No. 8 Your correspondent has returned from a weeks visit with relatives in your city.. T. L. Saunders went to Jessamine on business last week Miss Mary Leav- ell, accompanied by Jasper Rogie at tended preaching at Huckeye, Sunday Mrs. Woodard and children, of Hanley, and Mrs. Anderson and chil dren, of Rryantsville, visited their sister, Mrs. C. W. Mitchell, last week C. M. Moberley and wife attended the birth-dadinner of Miss Eliza Wall, at Pleasant Hill, Sunday. . . .Mrs Hansford Green and Miss Myrtle Mob erley, are on the sick list Mrs. Crane and handsome little daughter, Miss Carrie, of Lexington, are visiting relatives lie re. Rev. J. M. Yingling, pastor of the Redford Street Methodist church at Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords me muck pleasure to recommend Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used it and know others who have done so. I have never known it to fail. It is a sure cure when taken in time." For sale by R. E. McRoberts druggist. Kne-tucky n PAINT LICK. Miss Amanda Anderson's school will MT. HEBRON. Will BT XOTJS LA.NDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. yak, ik advamci. " 50hkMonths. " " .$1.00 . .60 . .25 THUB3DA.Y, July- - 27 1S93. Robt. G. Ingkksoll, the most no ted infidel, died last week. Tlie enu came so suddenly, he was not given a chance to do the usual song and dance worked off by peop'e who have led sinful lives and try to patch things up at the last minute. Mr. Ingersoll was one of the brainiest men the country has produced, and 'tis indeed a pity the great mind could not have been utilized in doing good. We never believed he was sincere in his infidel gab, but only talked that way for wl.at money there was in it, and we firmly believe that had he known his checks were to be called for he would have made acknowledgements "before men" of his sins and begged for peace with God. His sudden taking off should be a great warning to people who continue in their devilment and meanness, expecting to patch up things before they die. We take no stock in eleventh hour confessions and believe that wings cut and fit so suddenly will not bear up the sinner's weight. Monday morning, and all pupils are urged to be on hand promptly. Rurnam & Rucker, the hustling millers, are paying $1.80 cents per barrel for corn. Find any buyer that cau beat that. Paint Lick and Cartersville base ball teams crossed bats Saturday and Paint Lick beat the Huckleberry nine by a score of 22 to 33. Gillis Prather shot and mortally wounded Bob Burton in a fight here Saturday evening. Prather gave himself up and sheriffs Ward and Saunders took him to Lancaster jail. Is your liver tired? Does it fail todo its duty? If so, don't neglect its call for help. A few doses of HERB1NE may save you a spell of sickness. IIEIt-RINis the only perfect liver medicine. It cures Chills and Fever. Price 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Msss Annie Kennedy, a pretty young lady, of Richmond, is visiting Misses Todd and her many other friends here Miss Mary Rice, a charming young lady of Texas, who has been visiting her uncle, Jack Adams, has gone to Bryantsville to visit friends and relatives there Miss Eliza Rucker and friend, Miss Lyda Champ, left Monday to visit relatives and friends at Waco and College Hill. E carisfedrs German Liver Powder Cures INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system is heir to. , Rorn, to the wife of Creed Turner, a girl. This vicinity was well represented at court Monday. Mrs. Mardie Clark had a nice mare to die last Sunday. A bouncing baby bay made its ap pearance at Dannie Scott's on the 19th inst. Be v. J: I. Wilts clo?2i a seven nights meeting at Orchard Grove, with three additions. The rest of this letter was "pied" justas wa ware goin? to pre. Ell Lexington Horse Show, Fair and Carnival. August 8, 9, 10, II. 12, " 1899. $25,000 Given Away in Parses and Preininms, 25. Amusement Features Unexcelled. umng Elks, Diving Horses, 5 Guiltless Wonders, High Bicycle Dive. Price, 25 Cents. For Sale by R. E. McRoberts. drive, for lie began driving backward instead of forwards, he would no doubt have landed in a pooPof water near by, if her brother had not seen him an came to the rescue, sending him on his way rejoicing. When asked about it he claimed he was driving a young horse. BRYANTSVILLE. Miss Mittie Dunn will bagin the public school at this place, July 31. A nice sum was realized at the ice cream, supper given by the members of the Baptist church on Saturday evening, at Mt. Hebron. Quite a number of ladies and gentle men from Lancaster, who have been camping on the river about ten days, returned to their homes, reported having an enjoyable time. Mrs. A. S. Haselden has returned from a trip on the Falls City, to Ty rone, which was a very enjoyable trip, the scenery being beautiful. Those who have not had the pleasure of a boat ride should go at once it comes up as far as Camp Nelson each Sunday morning, and leaves Hickman at six, ror .Louisville. What among human ills are more annoying than piles? The afflictions that prevent active exercise are bad enough, but one that makes even rest miserable is worse. Women are among its greatest martyrs. TABLER'S RUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure the most obstinate cases. Price, 50 cts. in bottle, tubes 75c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Mitt Elliott will be the guest of his brother, Dr. Elliott next week Mrs. Haselden and little Miss Allie Jennings, are spending some days in Tyrone, this week Miss Annie Jennings, from Danville, and Miss Nannie Ballard, from Paint Lick, spent several days with relatives here Mrs. Mary Wolford lias returned to her home in Lexington, after spend ing two weeks' with relatives here Mr. Crutchfield and wife are visiting in this vicinity Miss Maud Best, of Moreland. has been visitina- nor cousins, Misses Arnold Miss Maggie Baker, of Lexington, is visiting in this vicinity Mrs. Lue Hudson has just returned from a visit to Olympia Springs. The Midway! j The Greatest on Earth. New Featurs from All Nations. For Catalogues, Blanks, etc., address: E. W. SHANKLIN. Lexington, Kj. Excursion Rates on all Railroads. LOWELL. Miss Maggie Henderson, our charming little teacher, is attending the teachers' institute this week. Our people are all delighted to know that our sulphur pump is again in perfect repair and the water good. Mrs. Mary Ralston will soon have ner new nouse completed, it adds very much to the looks of our town, as it is a very pretty little cottage. What you want is not temporary re lief from piles but a cure to stay cur ed, De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles, and they st.y cured. li Stormes Drug Store. The members of Mt. Tabor church have put the church in perfect repair, getting ready for the association which will be held there in August. Imperfect digestion andassimilauon produce disordered conditions of the system, which grow and are confirmed by neglect. HERBINE gives tone to the stomach, and causes good digestion. Price, 50 cts. '). C. & J. L. "tax mes. Miss Mary Rice, one of Texas' fairest belles, is visting her uncle, John Smith and family.... Mrs. Dr. Mays attended-thWilmore camp meeting. Miss Bettie Henderson entertain- - Will Adams' barn burned Thursday night, burning all his corn and oats. Mr. Jack Turner lias had a strok of paralysis and is dangerously ill at his home on Long Branch Mr and Mrs Kirby Grimes and little twin daughters, Misses Emeline and Kath arine, of Kirksville, visited Mr Davis Sutton and wife, last week Mrs, Wm. Anion and grand daughter, Miss Mary Adkins, of Lincoln county, vis itcd Mrs. J A Anion the latter part of last week.... Mrs. Wesley Walker and mother, Mrs J M Walker, vissted rel atives in Madison last week Miss Having read of the actions of street Irene Simpson is at home again after air employees and other laborers who spending several weeks witli friend EAXTVXXiXiE, are demanding full pay for little over in Louisville.... Mr. Tom Hill and half a day's work, the telegraph mes wife, of Buckeye, were the guests of This is now the most Gallery in Central Ky., having sengers at Cincinnati refused to work Mrs. Rolinda Hill, Sunday.. .'.Miss been recently equipped with the other morning. They were all Minnie Wearen is spending the sum little boys and their action, of course mer with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Peel IlObbPd the Grave. lost them their positions. If they be in Illinois Misses Jennie and Ro A startling incident, of which Mr. gin this early in life to want full pav The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies zella Gulley, of Hiattsville, attended John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the for short hours, there's no telling what that preaching at Antioch, Sunday. subject, is narrated by him as follows: they will demand later on. Their pa "I was in a most dreadful condition. LEAP. rents should apply a shingle. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunknot only effectually expels worms, but en, tongue coated, pain continually Just received a Large Stock of the Yery Latest designs in MouldW. B. Adams has gone to Laurel TnE Richmond Register says that is unequaled as a tonic, and is a certain in back and sides, no appetite grad-ual- county to ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be see after his cattle. Berea want, to be the hub of a new and permanent cure for Chills and appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to growing weaker day by day. We have not had rain enough yet to c mnty composed of portions of Madi BUCKEYE. Fever in children. Price 25 cts. the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the 2few French Three physicians had given me up. wet the ground, but we are living in hon, Jackson, Garrard and Rockcastle. "FLEUR-DE-LIC. C. & J. E. Stormes. Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, S Fortunately, a friend advised tryirg hopes. As Garrard, Jackson and Rockcastle W. G. Jones lias built a nice, new Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require Electric Bitters:' and to my great joy D. C. are not large counties it wouldn't suit fence around his yard. Pnllins and John Henry have MARKSBTJRY. a dainty Frame. "When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. and surprise, the first bottle made s jwed their tobacco ground in turnme general equilibrium for them to J. W. Rrown sold to "We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Ottice. decided improvement. Ren Cotton, of I continued ups. donate part of their territory to the Madison, 10 cattle at 4c. 11. D. Aldndge sold to B. F. Robin their use for three weeks, and am now Rerea enterprise. Let the Rerea poli It is exceedinglv strange what kind a well man. l know they saved my L. F. Rrown and Linzy Ray, sold a son eight lambs for $26.25. ticians run for office in Madison coun of stuff some men are made of. We lot of cattle to Ren Cotton, at 3ic. Mr. and Mrs. Burdett and children life, and robbed the grave of another ty a while longer, and not get too am Nancy Prather, a worthy colored spent last Saturday with Miss Ruth victim." iso one should fail to try have some here that will not take any bitious. interest in a woman", died last week of paralysis. Aldridge....Rev. J. I. Wills has been them. Only 50cts., guaranteed at but they are Sunday school, or church, doing all they can to keep A few days ago while helping to holding a protracted meeting at the R. E. McRoberts Drug store. Eidtok Jas. Mauet, of the Mount whisky from being voted out. make cider, Master Jesse. Hill had his Orchard grove school house Mr ed a guest Vernon Signal, does us the honor to from Brodhead Sundav. We have never heard of but one wo reproduce our humble paper read at thumb torn and mashed seriously on and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton, of L:inc;;ip, Misses Mae Brown, Ella and Nannie man that was in favor of whisky, but spent Sunday with Mr. and Mis, the press association. Jim is a dem the mill, and some surgery may be ter, Reuben Naylor Rev. S. C. Hump Henderson, Mollie Spainhower, Fan I am sorry to say that we have one in ocrat, true as steel when voting time necessary. nreys or bimpsonvuie, will preach at nie Spratt and Sallie Ralston, Messrs, this neighborhood that says if her hus comes, but believes the readers of his Mrs. Ellen Crane and bright little bam and John Henderson, Will Howe band votes against it she will leave paper want to hear something beside daughter, Carrie, of Lexington, have the Fork Church next Sunday, July .Miss Lucele Marsee began the Jam Jennings, Albert McKenney and him. If I was in his place I would a job lot of politics worked off in eve been visiting friends here L. F. RDAU-WAGD- N tell her to go. ry issue. We doff our tile, Jim. Rrown and family visited relatives public school at Mt. Hebron, July 17, Richard Bro.vn, spent quite a pleas ant day at Mallory Springs, Saturday It has come to a pretty pass, that at fiuena Vista, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Charles Durham also began one at the women are afraid to stay at home. Beuna Vista the same day Lock n The positions allotted to Those who live on farms are liable uuu While we were writing this letter one Aim iso. e, seems to oe quite an Kentucky in the Census Rurea will be to many accidental cuts, burns, and PR EACHERS VILLE. or our neighbors came in and said she divided so that each Democratic Con bruises, which heal rapidly when BAL attraction, as several parties from was afraid to stay at home on account uiis neigiiDornooa nave una picnics gressman will get two appointments LARD'S Corn is coming out, and I think we of SNOW LINIMENT the drunken men passing the road. A XllOllMUIIll Toiijjuch. will have a fair crop. and each Republican Congressman six, promptly applied. Price 25 and 50 cts Corn is selling at $2 per bbl. here. Could not express the rapture of An xne remaining twenty-seve- n places lm C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Grimes has lost several of his J. nie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard st, calves since last report. There were three difficulties at Paint win ue divided between Senators several from this place, went to Philadelphia, P., when she Lick, Saturday, and one man shot, all found that Lindsay and Deboe. A lively scram High Rridge. Sunday, II. C. Cummins sold a nice pair of on and some of Dr. King's New Discovery account of whisky. The man that for Con bie for the jobs is now on. to Fox, of Danville, for $240. them say they were well paid for their sumption did the shooting passed here that day had completely cured her of mules trip, in hearing the Rev. Geo. Stuart, a hacking cough John Creese on his ihe disease of lockjaw is epidemic preach, who is equally as smart and as had made life athat for many years 50W. II. Brown and & McCarley sold drunk asway from the distillery, as hogs to Lawson last a "biled owl.'" Another tax burden. All other m isew ork. We wish the disease entertaining as Sam Jones, and any on the county, but still some of our remedies and doctors could give her week for $3.50. would strike the 2x4 political howlers one who could sit under the sound of no help, but she says of this Royal There were twenty odd from this good citizens say is good it in Kentucky. If their windy effusions his voice and not be benefited, their Cure "it soon removed the pain in place took advantage of the Sunday cine and ought not to be for mediL.. could be checked, the people of the heart would have to be as hard as voted out. the my chest and I can now sleep soundlv excursion and visited Cincinnati. What a pity it is that these taen that ATTORNEY AT CAW , ' state would have time to buckle down wooden duck that he used in one of AND REAL ESTATE AGT." something I can scarcely remember For Sores, Ulcers, Burns, Galls, Piles. think so much of it as a medicine can to business and push the dear old state his illustrations. LANCASTER. KY. doing before. I feel like sounding its nothing so good as Ranner Salve, the not be made pay the tax instead of it to the front in business enterprises. 1' if usA Mother Tell How She Saved Her praises throughout the Universe." So most healing medicine in the world coming off of the county. Thirty-Thousan- d "Acres Valwill every and who tries Dr. King's 25c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Little Daughter' Life. J. iik Louisville base ball team hav uable Hardwood Timber and ing won a few games, the fans of that I am the mother of eight children New Discovery for any trouble of the Rev. R. C. Horton preached at the PARKER'S MAIP Bil city are tearing their shirts with joy. and have had a great deal of exner- Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c, Baptist church Sunday at 11 a. M.,and Mineral Lands for Sale luxuriant tmrili rromotai The change for the better should cer ience with medicines. Last summer and $1.00. Trial bottles free at R. E. uev. Ira Parton preached at night Never Tll to Bestor Orl South-Easter- n Kentucky. McRoberts Drug Store: every bottle While Bro. Parton was tainly be celebrated, for the aggrega- my little daughter had the dysentery preaching his Cunt icmlp diwuci hair v AV ami ) m rw tion has been holding on the tail end In its worst form. We thought she guaranteed. horse became frightened and ran awav Blue Special Bargains would die. I tried everything 1 could for many years. there and report quite an enjoyable demolishing his buggy. Grass Farms. think of, but nothing seemed to do time Miss Auna Pollard gave a urother and sister Clay have gone There's some talk of tieing Roose- her any good. I saw by an advertise dinner last Wednesday in honor of her to Jvirksvilie to hold a meeting... KMGHTS Or PYTHIAS- velt on as the tail of the republican ment in our paper that Chamberlains visitor Miss Emily L. C. Humphreys Willie Richardson and Logue Thomp ticket. As Teddy whipped the Span- Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy of Georgetown, Miss Humphreys is son nave returned from Illinois, where ish army all by his own sweet self, he was highly recommended and sent and spending thjs week with Miss Sallie they have been at work this summer Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst is entitled to first place on the ticket, got a bottle at once. It proved to be Herring.... Marksbury has been in.Mr. B. T. Lunceford is on the sick one of the very best medicines we ever and he ought to demand it. fested witli gypsies for of Pythias, meets every Friday past week. list. . . .Mrs. J. C. King's health is not had in the house. It saved my little Horse trading seems the -. to be the height very good at this time. night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis Secretary Alger has taken his daughter's life. 1 am anxious for of their ambition. While in camp doll rags and left President McKIn-ley'- s every mother to know what an excel- here, Mr. T.' I. Herring traded his bug king Knights are fraternally invit Rotary cabinet. He has been a thorn in lent medicine it is. Had I know it at gy horse known us "Old Graham" for No More Shakgs. the side of the administration for first it would have saved mo a great foronoof the gypsies horses. Some ed. Ed Bishop, C. C. some time, and few tears will be shed deal of anxiety and my little daughter one laughingly said, "The horse was TOY much suffering. Yours truly, Mrs. in such a bad condition over his departure. $ that Mr. Hnr-- V J. S. Hasklden. K.R.& S Geo. F. Burdick, Liberty: R, I. For ring had to walk and carry it home. sale by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. During the civil war, as well as in To eradicate worms from the system The Greatest Show of its kind our late war with Spain, diarrhoea was ever known in the Blue Grass & CO, H. There have been 450 trusts reported. give the child plain, nourishing food 2 one of the most troublesome diseases and WHITE'S CREAM VERMI We had not Daies. AUGUST 8 12, 1899 the army had to contend with. In many branches supposed there were so FUGE. The result will be, the of business in the counCommission Merchants, many' instances it became chronic try. 1 Everything that can be trusted worms will disappear and the child AT and the old soldiers still suffer from it. seems come healthy and cheerful. Price to have been taken in. Mr. David Taylor of Wind Bidge, 25 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Greene Co., Pa., is one of these. He De Witt's Little Early Risers acts us A few evenings ago a young gentle One Fare Round Trip from all points 4.1 uses Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and a faultless should cleansing and man, of this community, went to call ' in &.entucicy, via tne UNION STOCK YARDS, Forsale ty Diarrhoea Remedy and says he never reviving the system instead of weakon the youngest daughter of one of. found anything that would give him ening. QUEEN & CRESCENT They are mild and sure, small our leading citizens. From what we 2 Dt'tTakm CINCINNATI, such quick relief. It is for sale by R. and pleasant to take, and entirely free have heard since the sweet young lady E. McRoberts druggist must have said something very pleas-- , from objectionable drugs. They assist Information regarding llvestwkclKer; 1 Ask';Ticket Agent for particulars" Intitt YUCMTAM. pug, 5QC. Intr to thfi tfflr.t.lpmnn fnr whan Via fully furnished. Consign your stock dl w. e. mmamon a. , a. cmetMuTi Bring us Tour Job Work. ratbsr tbjui compe started home quite late in the after-- j Stormes Drug Store. j noon be did not seem to know how.s to O. Hi uLcttibertS, us Your Job 3Tork ect to us 'Ph one 734 If Judge M. D. Hughes had talked like this when he got out The Rec oud, he would have voiced our senti ments precisely. He says: "If I were asked to name three things which have done more to destroy the higl est and noblest impulses and emolu ments of human nature and to reta the progress of civilization and the advancement of Christianity, I would name political corruption, religious intolerance and social distinction These practices are doing more to de stroy the foundations of good society and pure government than intemper ance, war and the love of money com bined. 1 challenge a successful refu tation of this proposition." It Saves the Children. Chamberlam.'s Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children. It is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough. McRoberts Drug Store SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW McCREARY. AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M' ROBERTS. Fox Jlvz Gallery, f Th.o Marvelous Anastimato Ztenses Th.se Lenses FLATTER. ls Somthing Everybody Wants o oc - BUGGY, SURREY, fifty-seve- OR ANY KIND OP VEHICLE Cheaper than Any Place in Gentral Ky. Also Best Rubber Tires Manufactured W. J. ROMANS. P. HUBBLE. - Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. till in in f J Bk Horse Show FAIRAJNIVAL Motlotud Ball Bearings. I Yucatan I Tasteless Chill Tonic W. H53SAL ! J f LEXINGTON Gattle,Hogs9Sheep --- -- ln t I n t ROUTE 6. E.HT. Arnnli, Inciiter; Bring Kentwcky. It Very Best Clothing at Low Prices, FULLY REALIZING THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE, OF COURSE YOU WANT THK m WE CAREY THE BEST TO BE HAD AND SELL THEM TOR THE LEAST MONEY. DANVILLE. THE GLOBE. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY J. s. . I FROHMAN & CO. Garrard, if the right of way is given. Our hustling neighbors see what an advantage is to be gained by having the road, and their ellort to get it on shows commendable enterprise their part. But, neighbors, when Garrard county people go a catin' they go a catin', and you are too late to get on the band wagon. Our folks have on their righting elothesnow and we are uJ certain of that road as a nickel is for a ginger cake. A W vertised remedies, or 'have become discouraged at the failure of other medicines to help them, and who will succumb to the grim destroyer without knowing of the wonderful value of Foley's Honey and Tar for all Throat and Lung troub- les. house party: Misses Mattie Mae Robinson, Marietta Crow and Louise Far-ri- July, 27 - 1899 Rev. James Lapsley, of Lebanon, filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening. Dr. J. L. McKee was ill and could not come. Reports from Col. James Crow Dillon say he is very much improved in health and will soon leturn home. We hope Crow will return feeling like a Lexington Herald: Miss Maggie Tomlinson. of Lancaster, who has been visiting friends on South Broad way, expects to leave in a rew aays for Flemingsburg. Would Have Coat Hini Ills Life. have been using Foley's Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stat ing it gave me permanent cure of kid ney disease which certainly would have cost me my life. I recommed it to any one afflicted with kidney trouble. Oscar Bowman Lebanon, Ky. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Coughed 25 years. for 25 years with a cough, and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for mcdicide to no avail until i used Dr. Bell's ey. It has saved my life, J. C. Rosell Grantsburg, 111. McRoberts Drug Store. lm I suffered Pine-Tar-H- Here is one of those who are either so prejudiced against all ad- 9 . .t Dolph Rice and handsome wife, of Danville, were in town Monday. Dolph runs the leading stable in that city, Miss Minnie Powell, of Ilustonville, and Lancaster friends are glad to know has been the guest of Rev. C. W. Powis making a big success, ell. Mrs. J. E. Stormes entertained a Mr. J. S. Edmiston, of Crab Orchard, visited Lancaster friends Satur- number of friends with a visit to Crab Orchard Springs. Among the party day. were Mr. and Mrs. Harry "Wherritt. in the south this Mrs. Wm. Bogle, Mrs. Berkele. Joe E. Robinson is matweek looking after some business Mr. John Shea, the merchant tailor, ters. in Louisville this week visiting his B. Leavell, of New Orleans, has daughter and taking a much needed Jas. several days visiting rest. Mr. Shea is a hard working been In town friends. man, and has certainly deserved a 'Squire Ike Myers was in Danville rest. Sunday, visiting his daughter, Mrs. A special to the Courier-JournYanetta. being givtells of a lovely house-partMiss Kate Meter, of Lexington, is en by Miss Pearce, at Glen Springs. n Among the party is Miss Christine the guest of Mrs. W. B. Moss, on Bradley. Mrs. Bradley chaperones ave. Middleburg, is visit- the party. Dr. Wesley, of ing his son, Dr. 1. S. Wesley, on RichMrs. John E Stormes entertained a mond street. party of friends very handsomely by a trip to Crab Orchard Springs. Among Sam Joseph, of Cincinnati, was in party were Mr. and Mrs. Harry town this week. Lancaster is almost the Wherritt, Mrs. Bogle, Mrs. Hubbard like home to Sam. and a number of others. Col. and Mrs. John W. Poor, of Mrs. W. R. Marrs, of Knoxville, is visited Mr. and Mrs. Letchvisiting her parents, on Lexington er Owsley, Sunday. street. She will go from here to New Miss Olivia Sweeney returned Sat- York City to purchase goods for the pleasant visit to Mrs. large millinery establishment she is urday from, a Moran, in London. connected with In Knoxville. Miss Mary Leavell, of Lower Gar. Mrs. Mary Engleman has returned rard, is spending a few days with Miss from Phoenix, Arizona, and will make Mattie McCormack. her home in Lancaster. Mrs. EngleMrs. Wm. II. Kinnaird and daugh- man has many friends in Lancaster, ter, Mrs. Margaret Gill, are visiting who arc glad to welcome her back. relatives in Piueville. Her son Eph and his family will return Mr. H. B. Northcott, the hustling to Lancaster shortly. Mr. Joe L. Frohman, of The Globe, poultry and ice man, was in CincinnaDanville, was here Tuesday and made ti this week on business. severE. C. Walton, of the Stanford Jour- arrangements for ads to run for as soon nal was here Monday gathering in al years. He said he would store as be to without a front door to his subscribers for his paper. . be without advertising in the newspaElijah Beazley and pretty bride, pers. By the liberal use of printers Mr. nee Miss Grinstead, were guests of ink, and keeping in stock just what Dr. and Mrs. Walter Beazley. he advertises, he has built up one of Mrs. Nancy Marksbury, of Perry-vill- the best businesses in the south. Mr. is visiting her son and daughter, Frohman is every inch a gentleman, H. A. B. Marksbury and Mrs. William and its a great pleasure to have business with him. Hughes. T. M. Goodknihgt, of Mr. and Mrs. The following, taken from the KnoxStanford, were here Monday. Mr ville Sentinel, shows the push and enGoodknight says the Democrat is terprise displayed by a former Lancasflourishing. ter boy: Thomas P. Miller has bought out an Dr. Goldstein, the optician, left in the Quincy Carriage and for Mt. Sterling, Monday. He was interest company. The deal has Just Wagon had to leave Lancaster been consummated. Mr. Miller is a sent for, and well known young man of thecity, with sooner than expected. many friends who are glad to see him Miss Johnetta Armstrong, the char- indentitied with such an enterprise, of Cant. F. J. Mr. Miller recently returned from Chiming White, returned Saturday, to her cago, where he has been for two years. associated with the celebrated Marhome in Dallas, Texas. shal Field company. In the general deMrs. Mollie E. Young, Mrs. Alice F. partment store business. He is a son W. S. Miller, who came here several Witwer and the latter's pretty baby, of years ago as the manager of the KnoxCharles Fox, left yesterday to visit ville Lake Park Springs company, and who now resides near Chilhowee park. relatives In Owingsville. Mr. Miller formerly attended the Uniwas over from Dan- versity of Tennessee, where he attainBoyle Nichols on account ed considerable ville Monday and plastered over the of bis ability as distinction the work an artist in face of the earth with posters announc- shop. Mr. Miller and his associates expect to double the output of the ing the big Danville fair. plant In a year. Already tfey are in and handsome search of men to put to work. They Mr. George D. Lusk, Nelson intend, within a few months to have wife, came up from Camp the factory enlarged, adding a large Sunday, and spent the day with CoL building, extending the factory to Vine Mm. John W. Miller. and street. A .brick building, facing on be used c or tt . xrinnalrH ic vlcit.lntro Vine street, willrepository. as an office .squire n. n.iuuan This will and a carriage Cotniubus, Ohio, and oth make the entire plant cover about half relatives la This is his a block. er DolBtftatUat state. --first pleasure tri Sa jaaay years. ; , The Basle, Wag mf all WriU. Our kaoisome uxi eOeievt Is noted for its keen- - right,1" clear aud Mta Sadie. Viol distinct vision.-- . So ae those persons Pearl, are AWrkife, , who , uee Sutherland Kagie Eye Salve HaaeMeni &iiag Mrs. Si fwaaV aystyeB, ore eyesof any ' WIk Ho VJU IWMT'K HUIUM ttac bt gn'awitote lMft. bowwjwjw r.iuwtjur ladUB as sv jUMMM y Lex-ngtoe, grand-daught" Tom Slavin visited home folks in Danville last week. Mrs. Eliza Farris has returned from a visit to friends in Danville. Miss Atkinson, of Chicago, is visiting the family of W. B. Mason. Miss Jaynie Shumate, of Danville, has been visiting friends in this city. Miss Angie Ballou, of Stanford, is the guest of II. M. Ballou and family. Mare Local. Shooting at Falut Lick. Gill Prather, a young married man, years old, shot and about twenty-liv- e probably fatally wounded another young man named Robert Burton at Paint Lick, this county, Friday afternoon. We are unable to give full particulars, but it seems the two men had had trouble and, meeting on the railroad track, Prather pulled a pistol and opened lire on Burton, whom it is said was unarmed. A shot hit Burton, entering his bowels, and it is yet believed he will die. Sheriff Ward was summoned and brought Prather to the Lancaster jail where he will remain until an examining trial can be had. TltlP WORTH TAKING. A Chance to "Go Somewhere and Cont. See Soiuthitig''at Very Little The most famous, comfortable and attractive resort one can visit is Old Point Comfort, Va. At first thought we are inclined to think the trip too expensive and distance too far, but a little investigation shows this is not the ease. The C. & O. Railroad will on the Second and Fourth Tuesdays in p personal note, that if we knew what was good for our health and comfort, we would confine our ideas and thoughts within our own bailiwick, and not trouble our neighbors with matters that did not concern us. We did not begin to print as good and readable a paper as you are giving us now; but the son is always expected to improve on his father. I stood up with your father and mother when they were joined in wedlock, and, for some years, was a member of their household, and there were few couples I remember so kindly as I do them. . LILLABD & laroa tatfte' '' Kin. America B. Walker. On Monday morning, at 3 o'clock, Mrs. America B. Walker departed this life at the residence of her Mr. Jesse Doty, near Hiatts- ville. Mrs. Walker had been in poor health for some time. She was in her eightieth year. She was born in Gar rard county and all her life was spent hore. Early in life she united with the Presbyterian church and was al ways a constant attendant at the wor ship, and a faithful worker for the the church's interests. Her husband: David Walker, died about thirtyyears ago. Mrs. waiKer was one or tne most widely-know- n and beloved women in the county. She was always ready to do what she could for her friends and acquaintances, and belonged to that old type of true Kentutkians who were never so happy as when relieving distress and bringing sunshine to the homes of those in trouble. She was a loving and affectionate mother, honest in heart, diligent and faithful in the performance of all her duties to She leaves five God and humanity. children; Joel J. Walker, of this county, David Walker, of South Carolina, Dan Walker, of Madison, Mrs. Harriet Whtte, of Knoxville, and Mrs. Jesse Doty, of this county. An immense concourse of people assembled at the Presbyterian church Tuesday morning to pay the last tribute of respect to this noble woman. Rev. Henry Faulconer conducted the services, selecting the very appropri"And they shall ate text, Rev. be with me in white." At conclusion GOOD LETTER. of the services, the remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster Cemetery. Former Lancaster man Remembers the Dear Old Towa and Its The Railroad. People. We were very agreeable surprised Keokuk, 1am July I 1899. Monday to find our people warming un and realizing the importance of My Dear Landram: securing the Southern road for Garrard I notice by the yellow slip county. When the road was first that my subscription to your good on the first inst. I failed to talked of, there seemed to be a among the people, but we notice it at the time. I just want to find this was caused by their belief say, I feel a sort of kinship to you evthat the scheme was too good to be ery time I read "Louis Landram" at true. Having been convinced that the head of TnE Record. Your fathe road is to be constructed, the ther, Wm. J., and I started, I believe, neoDle are now enthusiastic on the the first newspaper (If you could so subject and little other talk was heard call it) in the splendid old town of on the streets. We heard expressions Lancaster. It was away back in 1849, from many over whose land It will in the days of African slavery. If pass and nearly everyone of them ex. there ever was any justification of that pressed themselves as willing to giye kind of servitude, we had jt in Ken the right of way, only claiming the tucky. Jt was a glorious tjme, both actual damage the road would cause for the 'wbltes"and the Sectored." THE Record has said all your father and I were boys then, ihero. along that Garrard had yery few, Jf and, possibly, a little reckless, We any. people who would want to gouge were botb "emancipationists, if we their own home people, and the man knew What tbat meapt. Occasionalner in which land owners are coming ly, we were reminded by a confidential to the front in this matter goes to NATUR! WARNRQ YOU? HA prove our assertion. V.t.ta kmtU clx4 U til Wl ffatfW. f As is always the case, some few wi mfc7.5?tf JSJKSHK throw cold water on this effort to get the road, but chronic kickers sexn kick themselves into the disgust tf hustling people, and any effort tOj pump land owners full ofjiot air will prove futile In this case. The people! realize the fact that the road means the making of the county and if we vssfc? eeuss oftlSS two lsok wlU.fMl;Htt tke aowsrs miss lt'we are forever shut out. la m. been much talk about the; wfctatiM Mmaufkf year fall. at yntnm ysa, There has systsat wksa road'beTng run through Daavllle rand wiyayUasaT. Tkesa Kiaulf a Stanford, but we are prepared to aay it JL ililtr, day-lighp 3-- will be allowed at of sale. Stop-oveall stations east of Kanawha Falls on return trip. The berth rate on sleeper through to Old Point is $3.50 per berth, which will occommodatc two persons. Trains leave Lexington 8:50 p.m., enabling you to view the famous t. No mountain scenery by other Summer trip oilers such a diversity of scenes, pleasures and enjoyments ,as a trip to Old Point. Close by and at a cost of a few cents you can visit Ocean View, Virginia Beach, the finest bathing beach on the coast, Nofolk and the Navy yard at Portsmouth which at this time is especially interesting on account of the captured war trophies on exibition there. Washington D. C. can be visited by a night's ride up Chesapeake Bay and Potomac River which makes one of the most beautiful water trips you can take. If you want to visit New York, the Old Dominion Steam-shiLine makes a low round trip rate from Old Point which includes meals and berth on Steamer. A 22 hour ride up the Atlantic Coast on one of the handsome Steamers of this line is a pleasure never to be forgo ten. If you desire sleeping car space on any of these excursions, please advise as early as possible. This will enable one to make a very cheap trip to New York and should be especially attractive to Merchants who want to go there to buy goods. Write for any other information you desire and it will be cheerfully given. Geo. W. Barney, Div. Pass. Agent Lexington, Ky. In The Record of last week, I August and September sell round-trinotice the picture of my dear old tickets to Old Point at the extremely friend, 'Squire Wm. II. Kinnaird. It low rate of $15.00, going on both Tegular does not do him justice. From my trains of those dates, these tickets recollection of him, he was the best good returning for 21 days from date looking man in Garrard county. My wife, "Miss Lucy," who always looks over the paper with great interest, called my attention to it, and said she knew 'Squire Kinnaird was a better looking man than that picture. I notice Mr. Kinnaird has voluntarily Keep Quiet. and use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural looseness of the bowels. It always cures. MCKooerts urug store. resigned the responsible position he has for a long time filled, as Cashier and manager of the "National Bank of Lancaster." Just as I write this, The Recokd of the 13th inst., is handed me, and 1 find on the first page the resolutions of respect and esteem in which lie is held by his associates. He certainly is entitled to all they say. Inclosed find amount for the next year's subscription, which I hope to contmue as long as I am here. My best regards to my old friend, Capt. Frank White, if he if still with you. With my kindest wishes for the welfare and prosperity of The Record, and yourself, I am, very truly yours, Sam'l E. Carey. Luiis Irritation. Is the forerunner to cousumptson will cure it, Dr. Bell's and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle cents at McRob there. Twenty-fiv- e erts Drug Store. lm FAIR AT DANVILLE. Three Days, BeglHBlae Wednesday Aueust 30th, Big FrouilHU List. A new association has been organiz ed at Danville for the purpose of givfair this year on ing an the old fair grounds near that city, Aug. 39, 31, and Sept. 1. The premium list, which is a large and varied one, pays especial atten tion to roadster and saddle stock, but has premiums for all other classes of live stock. The roadster and saddle premiuma run from $20 to 110, and all premiums will be paid in cash without discount. Many novel features will be on tho program, including two big cake walks, mule and wheelbarrow race, oaoy show, and so on, The big caKe wane will contain the celebrated coioreo. cake walkers of Louisville; Lexington Georgetown and other places in Ken. tucky, A great military band has been se cured, at considerable cost, to furnish the music. In fact, a genuine, enjoyable old Kentucky Fair will be held. For catalogues and other information apyly to Henry C. Bright, Secretf tary, Danville, Ky. A Ftlghtfol Blonder Will often cause a horrible Burn, Scald. Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arni ca Salve, the best in the world, will irin thP nain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcere Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erap tions. Best Pile Cure on earth. Oaly 2cta. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sol 1 by E, B. McBoberts, Drmrgtet. 8TOUT CAN SELL YOU Paint Wall Tintings Cheaparthan any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced J- luiu xjaugnman uouglit of hogs 7 NOTARY PUBLIC, shoats for $18.75. S. Morgau bought of Ballard a bunch X. DUNN Apt for CO BRYANTS VI LLE , KENTUCKY Land. Snverjor ani There were only about 150 cattle on market Monday. II. K. Hern don bought a sow and pigs Monday, for $16. Russell bought a bunch of heifers Monday, at $15 per head. Don't forget to keep plenty of salt in the pastures for the sheep. Judge J. C. Hemphill sold for the Lancaster Brick Co., one extra pair of grey mules and wagon to Monte Fox, for $200. Select your ewes now for your breed ers. Keep only the strong, vigorous ones. If you want to get good prices for your wool keep the tags out of the fleeces. at 3c. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE Please Remember The middle of the year is past and settling time is at hand. I Need the Money due me and must insist that my friends call in and settle fsiY5OT5 i4 ttAJE f1?i!Z tj" If you want good fruit and plenty of It, keep the disc harrcw going in the orchard. Have you selected your breeding ram for next season. If not, now is the time to look out for one. The high price paid by the consum. ers for meat at the present time must surely mean that beef cattle are going up in prices. Butchers say that they are paying more for beef now than they have for some time. We trust that the farmer is reaping some of this benefit. The New York courts are having tiouble with the eleo makers. Wo trust the time is near at hand when this industry will bo wiped out of ex-Istance, Farmers In the vicinity of Bedford report that grasshoppers are destroy ing what wheat still remains in the fields and are also Injuring the. wheat In shook. There la Na Question About it. No question indeed with those who have used it, but that Foley's Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney and Bladder diseases. C. C. & J. K Stormes. Thoroughbred horses are having a boom at present. From all reports, the average price paid for them at sales exceeds WOO ahead for yearlings. They are purchased by the wealthy for drlv ing purposes. As soon as tho ground can bo work ed, dig lightly around the currant and and gooseberry bushes and put an a layer of wood ashes as a fertilixer and to help keep away the worms. Weak Eyes Are Made Strong. did vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye salve. Its put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store . Sallie D. Tillett. FIRE ani LIFE fflSDMCE SPEDJGHELD HEE AMD MARDJE INSURANCE COJirANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK. Robinson & Hamilton Jgts Office ovei Post Office. Lancaster, : : : Kkjjttjcky ORGANIZED IMS. CITIZENS NATI01IU BAIL $50,000 10,000 Attatla Gaanat4 PreaMaa ..Caaktoi AaslsUat C11V1 Boekki -.Capital, Surplus Fuad BCSINJHS SOUORKD. Oftrafml mad Prompt I. K. HiearaBOTHAM Lwu Y. Lkatill... 8. r. Hudson W. O. Kishbt DIBXCTOftS: O.D. Walkbx J.X.XHMmenuif, r.fl.JeM, uax.aiaai. K. O. iiaeu, Jm. Liiria Y. Lxatbu, T.XA1MU, B. y. Bdmsk. 3. J.Wauub I.Xtl lm JambT. - f - COLORED TEACHERS INSTITUTE Muck and Great Good. "WALLA.CETON. I M A Large Attendance, E, W. Baker sold 8 sheep and 4 lambs to Geo. A. Ballard for $37.00. Kev. S. F. Itelley, wlio was pastor of Tin colored teachers Institute convened in the Court House Monday morning at 8:30 and the M. E. church here from 1891 to ivrs called to order, by County Supt. Miss Eliza 1890, will preach here next Sunday. ,. Jennings I,usk, with ten teachers present. E. W. Baker, Miss Bettle Ilendrick- The Institute was opeued by singing "Beloved thou me." Prayer by Rev. Jus. Miller. Ad- son and Addison Ilendrickson are at dress by rountv Superintendent which was tending the Teachers' Institute ,at instructive and highly appreciated by the Lancaster this week. teachers. Trot. Tatterson principal of the LanMiss Maggie Elliott, returned home caster Graded School gave an excellent address and spotc encouragingly or the colored schoo on last Saturday, after a month's visit at Tuskegee. Al. ufter which the instructor. to relatives and friends in Indiana and Troi. C. C. Monroe, opened the .work with u br ef talk which needs no comment, knowing lllinoise. him as we do. he being one of the best InMr. J. A. Baker has just given his structors in thctatc. He then suggested that daughters, Misses Kate and Mary, e.ich teacher respond to his name by giving surprise in the shape 80iue current evcut in History and that each each quite a nice morning session at roil call respond 'by some of a handsome, Elgin gold watch. literary gem. S. Mack was appointed chairC. C. McWhorter went lo Crab man of the institute and Miss l'attie Turner, Secretary. After the enrollment of teachers Orchard Springs this week with his a general talk wa given by the instructor on wife, who has been in very ill health the subject of Psychology which was helpful for some time. Miss Kate "Wylic went to all who heard it. after which the following with them. commutes were appointed : On program. Prof. Miss P'lttic Todd opened school at C. Monroe, C. F. Auderson. Mrs. Mary Whi te. Misses Willie B. Iickey and HaiijetOverstreet Wallaceton on Monday with a very on resolutions, S. E. Lackey, Mrs. Henry Dun. en. Miss Mattie It. Gill. S. Black. Prof. Jas nattering attendance. Mr. A. F. Caldwell will teach in the White, It. X. Kussell and Mis Ellen Keynolds It was agreeded by the institute that the choir, Estridge District, beginning next Mrs. it. X. Uussell. S. II. Scurry, lie v. Jimea Monday. The people highly pleased Mr. and Mrs. Speed Goodloc be made honorary with both selections. members of the institute. The various subjects were then opened in order, aud fully discussed by the teachers follow, That Throbbing Headache. cd by the instructor who is always full of in-t- Would quickly leave you, if you used re&tiu mid helful points. He urged upon King's New Life Hills. Thous the teachers to secure a library in the district Dr. whrre they teach aud they pledced themsel v 8 ands of sufferers have proved their toloo. Miss Amauda Anderson read an in metchless merit for Sick and Iservous terestiug paper on Scientific Temperance Headaches. They make pure blood which was highly appreciated. Mrs. Embry build up your daughter of Rev. John (J. Fee. addressed the and strong nerves and Easy to take. Try them. institute by brief aud interesting remarks in health. Money back if not praise of Ilerea College and its works. She also Only 25 cents. extended an invitation to all who might at' cured. Sold by JL E. McRobcrts Drug The instructor, in his usual free aud in" tend. lm terestiug way. gave an excellent talk to the gist. c trustees. Oa Thursday night an entertainment UIlllCM. was given by M. W. Sueed and teachers. Ucv. At the Lexington Horse Show Fair James and S. II. Scurry spoke in interest of the schools at Kuoxvillc Term and Tuskegec, Ala. and Carnival, Aug. 8 to 12, the manAfter the following resolutions were read and agement has not forgotten to provide udopted. Miss Luk invited Prof. Monroe to for that most useful animal the mule. i"fctruct the infinite next year: be exhibited on the first We the teachers of Garrard County in in- They will stitute assembled, hereby recomnied the fol- day, and the premium takers will be lowing resolutions. well repaid for making the exhibit. Ueolved. First: That we hereby endorse Get a catalog from E. W. Shanklin, thecal! of the County Supt. to hold the iusti. Lexington, Ivy., and read the host of tute in this place. 2t. Second. That we highly appreciate the ten- good things in all departments. dency to advance educational work iu the BISHOP JflOKKISON. counties throughout the state of Kentucky. Third : That we are In favor of legislation Say Some Sharp Tilings about Greed that will cheapen school books, but we be-lor Itloney. ieve that the bill known as the Cblnn School book bill would create monopoly more detiT Atlanta, Ga., July 10. Bishop Mor uieuta! to people than auy other existing mon opoly and believe that to secure cheap books rison spoke from the pulpit of the of iufei or quality is economizing in the wiong First Methodist church yesterday to way, aud therefore we are opposed to that bill the Free Masons of Atlanta. In the becoming a law, but favor any legislation tha Bishop said will, while mail taining the present high stan- course of his sermon the has seemed to me of late that dard of school bjoks, will lessen the cost of them. the present is an age of insincerety, Fourth : That we highly approve of the way an age of falsehood. Thousands of aud manner in which our County Snperinten jnen will not tell the truth unless they dent has labored in behalf of tho colored sehools within her jurisdiction aud endorse know they can make something by it. h- -r renomf nation for The moral decay of the present age is Fifth: Resolved that we unamiously extend due to this disregard for truth. Lies .our thanks to Prof. Monroe for the scholarly are put up in packages, sent out in way in which 1m has conducted the institute barrels and hung up on hooks. Men hoping he will be our instructor next year. Sixth: Resolved that we. as members of are justifying themselves with the fact G.rrard County Institute, smile with admira- that their acts are common. tion on Mrs. Kmbry the esteemed product of 'That embalmed beef sent to Cuba ine able father and benefactor John G. Fee. y. I beThat wo herewith encourage her efforts that is no worse than we get humanity way be benefited aud welcome'her lieve that the large death lisl in this in our midst that the condition of society in.iv country, which is daily growing great be improved. That we do not realize or know orauy living factor in humaucivilization, how-ev- er, is due directly to the dishonest composlt. that has served o great a pur- adulteration of food which goes into pose as John G. Fee. Resolved thaf the sym. the homes of our country. The whole pathles of the entire be tendered commercial world is honeycomed with untruthfulness, and the inordinate him iu Ills old age, petitioning God that the Miiuhine of happiness may illuminate hU iove of money which has taken hold pathway, and the teachers sing "Showers o of our net pie is at the bottom of it. ''There are men in Atlanta y blessing." tohis greatuess.Retolved that a cop of same h sent him, aud published iu Tin: who have been running to money so long that while their wealth is live Ckntkal RF.cor.ii. Seventh: Resolved that we also thank the times as great us formerly their repu -- people of Lancaster for their hospitality and tation and their influence for good in that we appreciate tin excellent service rend-ere- Hie community is more than five times by the choir, and hope to have them aid as small as it was oeiore." us Jqjain. S. E. Lackey, Chairman, DIGEST YOUR FOOD. v 'rft., Mrs. He.nuv Duncan. Secretary. rlinfetv oer cent, of all sickness is caused by food not being properly digested, it cieates poisons and goes into your blood and then you are liable to almost auv disease the human system is heir to. Use Dr. Carlsledt's Cerman Liver Powder and watch the results. Yoa will feel the good effects after taking one dose. Give it a trial ana be convinced. 1'rice ix. iBtere' Ifa STATE NEWS BROWN WILLING TO RUN. PICK-UP- S. Tbc Lnat Straxv. bad enough to have the little. German band break loose. And pile the misery on you Without the least excuse. But what la infinitely worse Than ail the tunes they play Is to have them come 'round with the hat. Suggesting that you pay. Philadelphia North American. A USE S. S. S. GOES TO THE BOTTOM. 1 CROWDS GATHERING. No Donbt I, FOR EVKUVTI1INO. lie Itcady to Corns Oat Against Coebel If Not Nomina :ed, U 1 llllnc to Support Another. Hai the Bakers Attorney! ai te Their Acquittal The Cases May Be Cal'ed Tneaday Afternoon. Barboubsville, Ky., July 26. The Louisvillk, Ky., July 26. Those largest crowd ever seen in this town democrats who aro opposed to the nom was here Monday at the opening oi ination of Senator (Joebel lie.d a meet-- court, where Wiley and Jim Baker in Louisville Wednesday night will be tried on a change of venue from with an attendance of about 1.000. A bombshell was cast when Judge W. II. Sweeney, of Lebanon, announce J. John. authoritatively that Young Brown would accept the nom ination of the forthcoming coavantion for governor, and that he would make the eanvass the supreme political effort of his life. The announcement that Gov. IJrown would be a candidate for the nomina tion has caused much surprise. It is conceded that he will htvve no opposi tion. . Speeches were made Tuesday night by John D. Calloway. Kjsolutions the democratic state convention were introduced and adopted. They are practically the same as those adopted in other similar meetings, and, in addition, they suggest a state convention on August o0. Lexington, Ky., July 2!5. What is considered by politicians as a climax in the fight against William Goebcl for governor of Kentucky was reacnea Tuesday. Ex Gov. John Young lirown, of Louisville, announced his intention to head the ticket, if nominated, or to take the stump for Maj. P. 1'. Johnston or any other good man who will head the other democratic ticket. ex-G- o. -L Clay county. A large portion of the crowd was composed of friends and witnesses- in the case, lo steps were taken Monday in this case, and it will probably not be called before Tuesday afternoon. Attorney Allen Baker, of Manchester, is here, and has been since the murder of his brother Tom. He will take the leading part in the defense. He expresses surprise at the possibility of conviction, and claims no case can be made against the boys. They have many friends and relatives in this county, who say they will contend, for their rights. The Whites, who will be interested in the prosecution, have not yet ar rived, but will probably be on hand Tuesday. Another murder case to come up at this term is against Law-so- n Goodin for complicity in the al leged murder of Town Marshal Ilub- Goodin left this bard 12 years ago. county soon after the killing, returning only last year, when he surrendered for triaL His alleged accomplice. Will Beckett, was sent up for 21 years, but was lately pardoned. There is no indication of trouble. - Lad' Agatha I know it's a great deal to ask, Mr. Daubney, but would you, some day, give me one of your pictures for an institution 1 am so deeply inter ested in? It's a home of rest for the blind! Punch. To the Sxveet Girl Gradual. TIs not by logic's power that you Will rule this world of ours, my dears; But just as other women do N. Y. 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S. forces out every trace oi taint, ana rias the system of it forever. Mrs. r. w. iiee, Montgomery, Ala., writes: "Some years ago I was inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected my babe with blood taint. I was covered with sores and ulcers from head to foot, and in my great extremity I prayed to die. Several prominent physicians treated me, but all to no purpose. The mercury and potash which they cave me seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me. I was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by it, to try Swift's Specific. I improved from the start, as the medicine seemed to go direct to tne cause oi tne trouble ana force the poison out. 1 wenty Domes curea me completely." owut s specific romptly Reaches the Seat deep-seate- d S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD the only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no mercury, potash, arsenic, or any other mineral or chemical. It never fails to cure Cancer, Eczema, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Polsoa, Tetter, Boils, Carbuncles, Sores, etc. Valuable books mailed free by cuviit Specific Company, Atlanta, us. is You'll sway mankind with smiles and tears. ,3 bf 2 A BOON DR TO MANKIND: MJ5U""lJMsi EDITOR C. C. MOORE. DEMOCRATS TO MEET. Senator Goebel, Former Senator burn uud Chairman Young to Black Con- He Wants to Preach Infidelity From the Pulpit of Christ Church Cathedral, Lexington, Ky. 'It Lexixgtox. Kv., July 20. Charles Chilton Moore, the editor who was re Columbus, O., FitAXKFOiiT, Ky., July '.22. Thero cently released from the will be a conference here Tuesday of penitentiary, wants to preach infidelity Senator Goebel, former Senator IJlack- - from the pulpit of Christ church cathe L In a card published Monday he burn and Chairman Young, of the dra democratic state central committee. tays: "Since the death' of Ingersoll, I am It is said that an early cam most prominent of living infidels, paign opening is growing in lavor the with many of the leaders, as a find Lexington ought to try aud keep up with the procession bv rrivinK1 me a means of checking the sentiment, which has been given such church to preach in. I believe I can a boost by democrats in preach a series of sermons that would Montgomery, Warren and other coun- draw like a traction engine." ties. It is probable that the cumpaign THROUGH THE HEART. committee will ulso be named at this meeting. Tonne; Pythian SatToll, Son of muster of Frankfort, Committed GOVERNOR IS POWERLESS. Suicide by shooting. fer at Frankfort. anti-Goebauti-Gocb! Convention. Queen & Crescent Route. Low Rates to iminKrort, ivy. People's Party State Convention. Julv 27th-2ytTickets will be on sale from all points in Kentucky at low reduced rates for tins occasion. Ask agents for full par Liculaiu. Queen&Crescent ROUTE People' Purty TJ Zh mn "K TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE w 8-z in 20 2 r CURE LOUIS. UQL High Bridge Excursion. Excursions are run from Cincinnati and all points south every other Sunday, to High Bridge. There isn't a more beautiful place to visit than this entrancing spot, You can't afford to miss it. The rate is remarkably low. One Dollar from Cincinnati, Fifty cents trom Lexington, and like low rates irom other points. Ask your ticket agent about it. You cannot af ford to miss this pleasant day on the river. Your ticket agent will give you rates, dates and schedules for these excursions. Camp Meeting, Somerset, Ky. Special train leaves Junction City July 30th, 18!)!) at 8:24 a. m. !)5cts round trip to Somerset. Great Colored camp meeting, tine program and plenty of foreign talent. High class music, a- buudant retreshments for everybody. sk agents for full particulars. A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INi'iiRNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES JAMES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. - - 310 ttdftfe llaki Street, ST. F.BALLARD, Site ProtfetOf, STORMES 193' THE XXtXJO STORE. OF A PUBLIC sale: PL Safety MOTHER'S is a FRIEND (the ex ternal liniment), guard for expectant mothers. It helps them thro the early stages without morning sickness, and as he critical hour approaches it relaxes trad relieves the overstrained muscles. Labor is shortened and robbed of nearly all pain. Safe delivery is assured, and the danger of rising or swelled breasts entirely avoided. Quick recovery and a strong offspring are certain. Druggists sell it for SI a bottle. book on the subject. XHESKADnXXS REGULATOR CO., AtlaaU,Gn. fRd Or. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cur3 Your Cough. Just the Medicine for Children. For sale by true safe- R. E. MeBoberts. J. HOOD, LANCASTER, KY SURtiEON-DENTIS- Office over liaseldeu's hardware store. Send fur our free illustrated Che xitpeakc and Ohio Hallway. 11 ::i0 a. m. andS:Y p, Lv. Lexington, daily Ar. Washington, ' 6:15 3:10 ' Philadelphia, " .... 10:15 ' " 7:0.'. " New York. 12:10 noon" " S:08 Boston, .... :00 p. si. 7:15 a. Through sleepers to New York from Lexing ton. John G. Cramer Ticket Agent, I .exingto Ky. School urniinat tlx acres) uiisurpaered in America for beauty. ltd rtnrlr nt lmve renri-titn- l mnr ii.,n m lUtiucd home. Auniher limited. Teriai reasonable. TII. SMITH, A. M., l'res. (Alutniuus of Unir. of Va.j SBSW COLLECEb,ro,"Reet5u,,"'r" Olrls'the Cnrrlenliim. II Bfl Dl" A 1 1 1VII I RT .rTr.7T. perhaps emntUli. K ir ele" Six Lngimce: without extra charge. I SlkHU ITS U IIIRor. Oul.nf II I Strirnr Marie Dinner. Gmd. Mimfrti Snn. : iii H ARRODSBURG, KY. !. !!aI'ni?S' si.. ,f unjr - Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at O-- . S.' It folly Warranted and Excels all others. All Kinds FarmMachinery Always on Hand &AIUES' Enact Lairs to Suit the Situation In Clay Fbaxkfort, Ky., July 25. Phythian County or Allow Uelllcercuts to Saffell,.aged 28, son of Distiller J. M, NATIONAL "Shoot It Out" SaiFell, committed suicide at the home near father, his r rank- Lexixotox, Ky., July 23. There is a of I will oiler publicly on the premUss. general expression of indignation in fort, at an early hour Sunday CAPITAL SURPLUS. -- OFLexington at the situation in Clay morning, shooting himself through ?20,000.00 1100,000.00 Oil Tkorsiay, Am. 10, 1899, county. A number of leading citizens the heart. ioung baltell was KY, LANCASTER, and professional men were asked for a number of years employed in the THE DR. REID Friday afternoon for their opin post office under his father when post J. B. HASELDEN, ions as to the best way to stop the master. He was well known and popATTORNEY AT LAW, trouble in Clay county, and the expivs-sio- n ular. He had been in bad health for LANCASTER, KY A. R. Dinny. President. of each was to the effect that Gov. some time, and temporary insanity is Collections a specialty. situated at Old Paint Lick, on the Richmond Bradley should either call an extra, attributed as the cause of his sad deed. Jno. E. Stobxxs. Vice President. and Lancaster pike. 8 miles from Lancaster and session of the legislature or simpiy al2JJ miles from Louisville & Nashville depot. Krjecleit by the Populists. 8. C. Denny, Cashier. low the belligerents' to "shoot it out The Farm Consists of 330 ACRES, Frankfout. Ky.. July 22. The pop until they are all gone." well improved with good new residence, o ulist state executive committee met R. T. Embry, F. IlODixsox. Jr.. Camp Meeting, Special Judge 1 Appointed. chard and all necessary outbuildings, snch as here Thursday and unanimously re Ass't Cash'r. office in the yard, smoke house, carriage house, Fraxkkout, "K3, July 22. Gor. jected the proposition to transfer the July, 21, 30, 1899. ice house, &e. Also splendid slatted double Bradley Thursday afternoon appoint- state convention to Lexington. It corn cribs capacity of 100 barrels two tobacco DIRECTORS ed Judge James D. Black, of Barbours-vill- e. will be held July 27, according to Daily. bums (one of which i new), stock barn and special judge of the Leslie coun the original programme. Chairman tenant hnuee. ELEOANT COMMUNITY Bam 1. D.Cochran Jas Spllman, ty circuit court, to sit in the case of Bridgeford said Thursday night that Queen & Crescent within one hundred yards of church, schw 1 house, post office, and store. The farm will be A. C. Robinson. Alox. R. Denny. Henry Pennington, charged with uur-de- r. the convention will be the largest ever ofTered in two tracts 242 acres with the imSpecial Sunday Excursions. Judge Eversole, the regular held bv the populists in this state. He W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, provements 83 acres unimproved said tracts See small bills or ask agents for full judge, is disqualified by kinship with, predicted their ticket will poll over Jno. E Stormei. divided by the pike aud then as a whole, the particulars. one of the parties. 25,000 votes. bid or bids accepted which realize the greater A. sum. Sale will begin at II a. m. W. C. RINEARSON, G. P. hue Ills Accusors. Accidentally Killed Himself. l.'iO acres of knob land five or six miles disS. BEAZLEY. Paducah, Ky.. July 20. A. H. FriedScottsville, Ky., July 24. Ben Cincinnati, O. tant will go with the farm. man, a traveling salesman. Has filed Burton accidentally shot himself while TERMS OF SALE. cash, balance two suits against I. Gans & Co., of cleaning a revolver at his home, near Teeth extracted without pain in one and two years with per cent Interest. VALUABLE w th Vitalized Air. Oiiice In W. I. LETCHER, Evansville, for 850,000 each. Fried Gainesville, this county. The weapon the New Thompson Building. T. D. ENGLISH, Anc'r. Danville. Ky. man was arrested here a few weeks ago was discharged, the bail entering his for alleged embezzlement. He alleged; check aad ranging upward, causing false imprisonment. Burton was 24 ing instsnt death. years of age and leaves a wife and New Stove Fouudry. On 29 Paducah, Ky., July 20. Canitalists child. Extra Session Advocated. of Louisville, Ky., and Belleville, 11L, we will, at the premises at at 10 o'clock a. Bardstown. Ky., July 23. There is Tentersvlllc in in. have bought the old pipe factory ab Garrard County, Ky., sell to the Metropolis, 111., 11 miles below here. not much interest manifested in re highest and best bidder, our vuluable and d so for $2,000, and will run it as a stove gard to Clay county troubles here. sirable farm consisting of foundry. The plant cost originally Prominent citizens here when asked regarding the situation express the be' lo5100,000. It failed six years ago. lief that Gov. Bradley should eall an The farm is known as the ''OldTeater place1 Kentucky Rural Delivery. story brick legislature to take aud has on it oue of the best extra session of the houses In the County, large, commodious and Lexington, Ky., July 20. Fourrorat action in the matter. roomy: at the village of Teatersville. where mail routes in Fayette county have daily mails are leceived and distributed ; se en been established and carriers assigned, Duties too Pressing. miles northeast of Lauenster ou the turnnik to them. It is intended to give free Ky., July 23. President road leading from Lancaster to the moutb of Lexinoton, Dedelivery to the entire county. by the local Paint Lick Creek and on to NIcliolasvill McKinlev was invited be agreed purchaser livery begins August 1. lod?e of Elks to attend its fair in Au Term?, in order to suit day of sale.will furthe ou For gust. Fridav a letter was received O'l aud announced Logan, Lancaster Lexington's First Victim. information address J. M. J.M.LOGAN, Lexington, Ky., July 20. John Lane, from him, regretting that pressing en Ky. JNO. II. BREWER. gagements enforced his inability an colored boy, is the first victim of the kissing bug in Lexing- send an acceptance. ton. He awoke Monday morning with ', Sentiment Divided. a painfully swollen lower lip. Georgetown. Ky., July 2a Peopl differ as to the best way to treat Clay The Drought Broken. EDUCATION Lebanon, Ky., July 24." The serious count' f.uds. Some say let them fight drought of six weeks, which has done it out, as war of extermination would la absolutely necessary to the yonn man or young woman who wonld win much damage to crops, was broken be the surest and cheapest. success in life. This being conceded here by gentle, steady rains. The Two Candidates for governor. get yonr training at the school that strands In the very front rank prospects arc for a good soaker, which Frankfort. Ky., July 22. There will RfipresentiuiMlowii Companies t is of first importance to will be worth many a dollar to farm- be two candidates for governor before THE UltYANT & S'TItATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE ers. the ronulist state convention here Aetna, LOUISVILLE. KY. July 27. They arc John G. Blair, Llqnor Dealer falls. Seven experienced teacher, each one a sprclalltt in his line QueMi, Nieliok.s count v. and Hon. J. II. Lack Oraduates of this col It go preferred by bnsluera houses. .Write for Louisville, Ky., July 25. Charles a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying SHORTHAND, Palatine, Bakrow, a wholesale liquor dealer, ey, Trigg county. prominent positions all over the United Ktates it will be mailed TELEGRAPHY. to yon KKEK. filed a petition in voluntary bankrupt-c- , Itlvalk' Fatal Quarrel. Nntlonal, ' Hopkinsville. Ky.. July 22. Louis Saturday. Liabilities, 82,000; as' Hartford, sets, $50,000. Ga.thcrwas shot through the.heart. Consign your stock to Harry Coleman is charged with the Dfleware, Eye" Baring-- . I'lnk murder, but is still at larjre. The two Louibville, Ky., July 2L "Pink Milwaukee, in a barn over eye" has made its appearance among quarreled while nlone ("onnoticnt, woman both loved. horses in Louisville, and it is said that Continental, there are 100 .cases. ;It isiin mild form. q area JO J Glen Falls, About 20 animalsiayiadied.with the disease., VrSrffiajj German Atoetican, sno mi aoz eai-'UiMtM wim MtMtts a,WO ,ja n Pr0 Phenlx of Brooklyn, : O, New York Underwriters Lexington, E. Ky., July S. q young white man from Wood sptoa Uax tiovUi. prn iboji owj him. Miles, a Liverpool & Lonloi & Globe. BonrpHoa Xmrti JnMjisA ford county, was Wednesday held by JO. Norfck British Mercantile ! td mtaXi etoifM. to pn end pa wpp Judge Bullock to the grand jury for MB ?B SWIM. PBOH BOA. BOOIO, I He .passed a. woxtfcp . alleged forgery. mnih Aiami v LifcIu.Ci. if HartliriCio leas check for flli r J$. E McBoberts .. Mi Garrard Go. Farm. HIGH BRIDGE Book-keep- Low Kates Route w DENTIST One-thi- G Farm For Sale Saturday, July '99 Central Covington Stock Yards 180 Acres of Land. to Covington, Kentucky as to offer special inducements to Are located the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving extra expense and time. In addition to the cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the market for all kinds of Stock. When shipping East dont fail to consien our R, KINNAIRD, care privilege selling which will be of benefit to you. Central Covington Stock Yards Co. Commission firms will give prompt attention to consignments INSURANCE A BUSINESS BOOK-KEEPIN- y 'Aileg-fKce- "J 2L-t- k ittia Live stock Commission Merchants, Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, or Union Stock Yards; Cincinnati, 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.