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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ll w i Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster ICy as Second Clots Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 3 1899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAE i Y- t tnttnv 4 2 rf1l j r V- 4P4 4 aaYELl NUJtBli- sTi WfiAHFS GOING ON AT HOME II i L111111111 11111 111111111111 III II II Jill 1111 II 1111111111111111111 III Sixty tickets were sold to Richmond fair yesterday Notwithstanding the intense heat during daytime the nights are delight fully cool led over from season to season them go at old price The given Friday night by the Ladies Aid Society was largely attended and a good sum realized We have roomy for our immense fall stock We slash prices so you will find of bar gains at Josephs The the and opera house ate growing with remarkable rapidity Messrs Ryan move things along with lightning speed Frank B Marksbury bought on Tues one Jmndred and ten thousand of hemp 450 per hundred What a Circus You will have when your girl rides the Camel in the Streets of Cairo in the Midway at the Lexington Horse Show Fairand Carnival Aug 8 to 12 Quit what why paying ut all your money for groceries elsewhere when Faulconer Gaines are selling fresh goods of all kinds includeing nice vegetables and G S Gaines is agent for Superior Kentucky and Haworths Drills the best known in Kentucky This place is head qiiartere i farming Disc Sulky plow and the Ghattanagua walking plows win Menrttt You Why not take in the C Os cheap trip to Old Point Comfort One spends enough money on little trips to take one of these which will be of in estimablelyalue tp him Why not go somewhere and see somthing worth seeing Joes Close Call The residence of Bro Joe Watersat S caught fire the other day a tengallon Baptist Joe had an abundance of at handand the flames wfere quick ly extinguished NO goods ca Josep any must u d the reatest hotel 4f pounds atM25 to kinds speci itte being r akes supper walls of MIg L petrp Quit fruits Q 11 s AverysimPliments E r nfoida- but fullmeasure water f t Danville fairwill be tfe event of the season in Spring chickens for sale and 10i per pound cash H B Northcott Lawyer WMcC Johnston is a handsome residence out on Danville street Money to Loan v On good real partien lars apply at TUE EECOB office tf City Council meets Monday night If you have no grievances thinly some The Council dfelighls itt ing troubles Rockcastle Springs now open Take a little vacation at this lovely and you will return better prepared for work tf Stamp your checks before sending j to banks Parties a to have a bank account ought to buy a stamped check book Dr Carver the worlds champion shot will each day give an of fancy shooting during the Lexing ton Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 8 to 12 A crossing has been made at the workhouse and one am now walk from the Square to the depot without to swim through very many pools Good Work Done The Stanford says there has been a great work accomplished in the name of the Lord at Pleasant Point Baptist church Rev Par tin of Lancaster as pastors for the past three years Coming Back Dr Goldstein the optician re turn to Lancaster and be at the Main ilton House for a few days beginning next Monday If your eyes trouble you see him by all means He makes no charge for examination and Held Over Gill Prather who shotBoot Bur ton at Paint Lick wasbrought before Judge Burnside and held to the grand jury in the sum of 1000 He was re turned to jail not giving the bond Burton the wounded mart still lives but reports from Paint Lick say he will not get well CentralKentucky v J j UPI t rtunate I I acting wjll consultation The 9 building estate For resort soft exhibition Good having Journal Ira ocks at cost to close Hens Sic per pours HB NOKTHCOTT The biggest ever offered the people of Garrard are now going at Josephs Iron and bones Farmers bring in old machinery price paid tf HiB NOBTHCOTT Farmerx Attention Storage furnished for wheat G Ward for particulars Mills Elevator Co Apple Mrs Hendrickson has the thanks of THE for a basket of fine We are now fixed for pie three times a day Come over Walton to Mrs JC Rose at of her father Rev Ira Partin a fine boy Dr Acton the attending physician says the young man is a handsome little fellow Storeroom For Rent Will rent I and give possession at once ofgoods now low and will be as a at a great bargain J W SW EENEY Honor for Mike M F Elkin was elected supreme sentinel of the Maccabees of the world at Port Huron Mich He is now for supreme commander which pays 6000 a year Calvary Hone Wanted S T Harbison Co will be at Burton Barkers Stable in Friday Aug 4 from 8 to 12 o clock a m to buy calvary horses from Into 15 hands high to weigh from 900 to 1000 pounds 4 to 7 years old sound and in good fix It Notice to Pike Contractor I would like to confer with on the pikes of Garrard as to the advisability of using a rock crusher to furnish metal for said pikes and wish to say that I can furnish the power and crusher for doing the work if on a paying basis O W POTTS Go to Work The other day we heard this asked Why is it some people are doing so much talk against Because replied Jim Hamilton theyve got a darnd sight more time to talk than to do any thing else And we see where Jim is right Lot of Ila Ut 3 C g i Seep Lancaster RECORD apples room now I contractors waterworks JIPSONWaate R bargains z WaILkA Born residence Mock sol in- line S C Lancaster question Great Bargains For thirty days we will un heardof of Bargains in i V Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods Some Odds and Ends in Ladies Oxfords that we will Close out Regardless of Cost IPant Patterns and Domestic weaves that we u will close at less than Manufactnrers Cost cjji i r 4 i r t Ii ffer J Ii 1 I fl i J r r Ifomanvl A tl8ntInSOn Ie 1 fc It 1 I 0ii A 4 h II i 00 t 1 vL j I j jI idt t4J I t ft Sit I L 1 1 iii Ll1UL 1 fij io J J cTlJ1 I I i ii I- ir s L 44 t z R r1 fi t- 1iII Y t r d v tI 0 i1 W I- I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at 100 cash m25tfj R L ELKIN The fair at Danville will be old fashioned in every respect the kind a enjoys Ladies spe the now clearance sale is Josephs H A B Marksbury Son keep on hand new sacks and will sell to the farmers at cost Why not spend a week at Rockcas tIe Springs We will give you good fare which we know will content you If HOMMEL Mgr Smith Currey Agents for Dan vine Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at Batsons Dry goods store tf Cheap GlobeTrottlng What Tooting Go and have your fortune told at the Old Romany Rye Gypsy Camp at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 8 to 12 Well I Dont Know What to Do Song and Chorus Very catchy words and accompaniment alone making a splendid schottische or march Send 4c in stamps for sample copy Address ISSAC DOLES Indianapolis Ind Vine Fowl Mr R L Elkin took a trio of his Black Minorcas and pair Pekin ducks to Richmond fair Tuesday and was given first prize on both over a big display of fowls The birds were much ad mired and Mr Elkin was ottered 15 cash in hand for the pair of ducks which he refused Mr and Mrs T L Broaddus Mr B L Kelley and wife and Will Broad dus are at Slate Lick Springs this week Mrs Green and daughter Nell Mr Will McAfee of Baltimore Miss Mary Holmes Lusk of Hustonville and Mr Sam Lusk of Cincinnati have been Mrs Emma Kauffmans guests Big Show Col W S Beazley has received a letter from Shelby T Harbison secre Lexington fair giving a long list of shorthorn cattle entered for show there The list shows en tries from all over the country This will be a great attraction to raisers and they should go and see them The fair is Aug 8 9 10 11 and 12 Stock Yard We were asked several times lately if the proposed stock yards had fallen through In reply to this querry we will say that the pens have been built but no ordinance has ever been passeo requiring stock to be kept out of the front doors of business houses Stock pens are used in most all towns now and the cattle traders there like the plan better than most anyone else a Cold Trail It we have Stanford and on the run as they are on us Listen to the Journal rhe president of the commercial club Hon J N Saunders asks us to call a meeting of its members for to take action towards a with the Danville commercial club and city council in our efforts to get the Southern railroad extension Lancaster Dairy Mr Jesse Walden and others have established a dairy which will fill a long felt want in our city They have about a dozen fine cows now and will add to the herd as the demand They have a handsome dairy wagon just received from the city and will deliver milk any where in town promptly This is a great to those who do not want to be worried keeping a cow in town About the Railroad Land owners along the survey con into line and become in their views on damages Several have agreed to give the right of way free of cost as they see where in thjey be amply repaid by the construction of the road There is now absolutely no doubt but that the road 11 be built and will come through B county if we are able to give the fight of way It will take some moneyto buy this but from the many people THB RECORD has talked to we believe the cash will be readily forthcoming As frequently stated in these columns we will have no trouble getting enough money if no one tries to gouge the people and demand twice the value of the land Those people whom the line now runs are not the kind of who will take advantage of anyone and it the route is built as at present staked out we need have no fear of exhorbi tint figures being asked The people realize that the securing of this road is the salvation of the county and if we let the opportunity we will into oblivion and i co bargains in r Nothing carrie rat SackSack Ye musicthe taryot c Lttle OR seems cooperation requires blessing tinue to fall wilt t to much t fj1 r person wonderful o C S Cattle the Danville combining tonight reasonable over persons undue settle aalways expect pay u tor coal umber meirtWitlfle etc 1810 ODrneiKhborillg f wncf Burton Dead Burton the man shot by Prather at Paint Lick died yesterday afternoon Sheep for Sale About 300 nice young ewes fresh from the mountains W R COOK The meloncolic days have come Home grown watermelons are selling on our streets at from 5c to 25c Preaching at Vayne burg Rev Ira Partin will till his regular appointment at Waynesburg Saturday and Sunday The outer walls of the hotel and opera house cover so much space that a visitor asked if we were building a pentiuentiary New Barber Joe Niklass the now barber Shop N E corner Public Square All work done in the latest style Give me a trial tf It has been time since the of Lancaster Garrard county have witnessed such deep cutting of prices on at Josephs Biggest bargains ever heard of Dont Bead This After August 1st we will have for sale the in any quanity at the lowest price It will pay you to see us before buying Office and yard opposite the Granary W B Co tf Notice Not having the time to collect them I have left my accounts in the hands of E Brown for collection All those indebted will please call at his office the Police Court room and settle at once and save cost W H Lackey 4t by E Brown agent The 8 1OOO Stake The big stake for saddle horses at Richmond yesterday was won by C F Sandidges Preston Carter Frenchman got second and Crenshaws Monte Cristo third There were eleven entries Col W S Beaz ley of Garrard was one of the judges Big Colored Wedding Mr Allen Salter popularly known as Chick the affable and cellar clerk at Stormes Drug Store were quietly married Tuesday evening to Miss Shaughnesey Mill dale The bride and groom will be at home to their friends after August 6 number 13 Chute Much Needed Improvement TimE RECORD recently referred to to the farm gate now used at the Cemetery and suggested that a and ornamental entrance be made The present one would lock very well for a farm lot but is out ol place where it now does duty We have the prettiest Cemetery in Cen tral Kentucky and as the trustees have money ahead theres no reason why a decent uptodate gate should not be erected Death of nira Arnold Miss Bessie Arnold whose serious illness was noted in last issue died early Thursday morning She had been ill of consumption for a and her death was not Miss Bessie was a daughter ot H Clay Arnold and in her twentysecond year She was an exceedingly bright attractive young lady and had scores of friends and admirers The family have much sympathy in their great bereavement The remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster Cemetery Thursday afternoon Stirring Em Up A big revival is in progress at the colored Methodist church and the members seem determined to awaken their race to the importance of and quitting their devilment They visit Battle Row in a body and make earnest appeals to there to stop their lives of sin and come into the fold The minister in charge of the meeting heads the and his appeals to his race are said to be very forcible He certainly has a big job ahead when he tackles Battle Row All law abiding people wish him well in his undertaking Subject for Service Dr Lapsley McKee hands in the following subjects for services named Sabbath morning 1045 Remember the Sabbath day to keep it Holy Ex 208 Evening 745 Parables of The Tares and Drawnet compared Matt 13 2430 3643 and Matt 13 47 50 Monday evening 745 The of Dry Bones Ezk 37 114 This is the Sabbath School lesson for Aug 13 Teachers parents and older Sab bath school pupils especially invited A HardWorking Man We are very glad to learn that our good friend W P Walton of the Stan ford Journal has recovered from a short though severe spell of illness Hes one of the hardest we ever saw and its a wonder he holds up as well as he does He Is cooped in his den from 6 a m til late at night the year round Sueday and we suspect his ever ready quill is often dancing about on the Sabbath You ought to take a rest brother You have certainly earned a some people d sis n g ng bestcoal Wagers accommodating handsome I thoseresiding Vis- Ion workingmen i I Cutting Moss S longtime unexpected repenting procession save vacation i e Josephs clearance sale is drawing many people t town Cow Best butter and milk cow in town tf T J HATCHER Drenching rains have put new life into everything Theres no kick coming now for want of water Itulltliiiz If you want to buy a nice Building I can sell you ooe from 1 to 4 acresLot cheap T CUICKEV Nice Sold W B Burton sold to Beazley an ex tra nice gelding for 125 The animal has been broken In order to mrge stock of Buggies Pheatons ar1rtrtorta Wagons down will givejibig cut in priceS the next thirty days W J Romans Faulconer will never Ve out of fresh vegetables Have what you want sent to you by ringing up 100 Their goods are to a Queens taste Free delivery The local option election in Walkers school house district resulted in a victory for the wets small majoi ity The temperance people are much disappointed over the result for Sale or font The property store and residence combined of Dr Thomas B Nichols at Paint Lick Ky For terms call on or address W I Williams attorney Lancaster Ky 3t Taxes Due Town taxes are now due and prop erty owners should come forward at once and settle This has to be done and those putting it oft too long will be put to extra expense 622tf E M WALKER Republican Candidate We asked a leading republican who they would nominate for the legisla ture and he said there was a strong feeling for Lewis Walker and he be lieved the clever auburnhaired would be the nominee Mr Walk er is well qualified for the place Right You Are The interests of a town and the ad jacent county are mutual For this reason farmers should recognize and appreciate the fact that a good live town near by is a great help to the far mer just as good as a good agricultur al county is essential to the town Whatever helps one helps the other Exchange Fo Vale Lots 1 Horse ca rot Gaines bya Collector never C lVet attorney Cone and Se- eThe Best TwoHorseWapo Brought to Lancaster THE NEW FLORENCE If yon are in Wend hood farm wagon got our prices Xuey are the BEAZLIYOAIJGHMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS I I of a lowest1 JLRHASBLDEI 1 ARTERIAL and CAVITY a SPECIALTY urniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky JOHNSTON T JOHNS TON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER K Y JIHAMILTON Hays Hamilton Attorneys ami Counselors at Law LANCASTER KY t w fed JOHN JmTIIY3 1rROBI lOf v EMBALMING O ills lll FINDING NONE Is not only that which is dropped by one per son and picked up by another Such a happening is called Luck by the fortunate indi vidual enriched with Somebody elses property but there is not half as much luck attached to that occurence as there is to you buying goods from us In the latter case you are not likely to be called on to refund the amount you realize from our bargains And the more you buy from us the more money you find In fact every bill of goods you buy of us much pickedup coin of the realmNever mind who lost it It may be the manufacturer it may be us occasionally or it may be both The fact remains that YOU find Findings Keeping unconsciously represents- so itand t LOGIN GOODS CDf r 7 o v 1 DRY if C4 iIot iL a i- Yi CENTRAL RECORD CTXBT WUK BY LOUIS LANJDRAM PubliiMer LANCASTER KENTUCKY I rlsxs OH YAB IH ABYAHCB 100 SOT M 35 f Six Yowrai THURSDAY August 3 I89g INSPECTOR LESTER who has just Clay county says theres no need of sending troops there and will recomqiend changes in the law so cases and power to send troops the request of the sheriff or other local officials It would be a good idea to keep troops our of Clay and let the exterminate one an other Thats the only way such trouble has ever been stopped in oth er counties Gov BRADLEY was petitioned to call an extra session of the legislature to repeal the Goebel election law but lie to do so unless a majority of the members rill say in advance they will vote to do so The governor asks the question What right have 1 to expect a body of men to repeal a law they passed over my veto DEMOCRATS who are dissatisfied with the Democratic ticket are mak ing efforts to organize and nominate Hon John Young Brown as a upon an independent ticket The Goebel papers say the effort will not hold wate and the antiGobelites say they will not only nominate but win PREACHERSVILLE Richard Pettus has returned home from Broadhead G W Evans sold a nice mare the other day for 17500 Will Elmore sold two hay stacks to W B Ragan for 740 G A Siler has gone to the moun tains in search of sheep S Pollitt preached at the Methodist church Sunday night J C Siler sold about 30 hogs to B F Robinson for 350 per hundred We are having fine rains and the prospect is we have a fine corn crop The county is having rock and gray el put on the pike at this time which is badly needed Messrs Brown Cress our enter prising traders returned from Roccas tie with a nice bunch of sheep Bird Mathona has had his cattle out on grass for a month and found on weighing they had lost a hundred poundsThose who live on farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BAL LARDS SNOW LINIMENT is uromptly applied Price 25 and 50 cts 1 n C C J E Stormes Mrs J C Fox and children is visit ing her home folks at Somerset Sister Portum of Tolesborough is visiting her aunt Sister Clay J B Hutchins has returned home from Barboursville where he has been on business Mrs Bettie Archer will return home this week to Burgin J F Payne is on the sick list Richard Robinson has been for several days Story of a To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a slave was made free He says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female dis eaves quickly cures nervousness melancholy headache back ache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend t weak sickly run down people livery bottle guaranteed Only 50 c Sold by R E Druggist 1m SWEE3NEY L R Perkins sold 50 barrels of corn to Curt Rubinson at 2 per barrel in the crib L R Perkins sold to J Lunceford near Walnut Flat57 stock ewes at 82 25 per head S Morgan has 60 stock ewes for sale pt a reasonable price Also a good mil c cow for sale S Morgan bought a bunch of fat heifers from Cyrus Eason at 3ic and one fat cow from Jess Saunders at 3c one car load of hogs from different parties at 340 per hundred also shipped a car load of hogs to Cincin nati Saturday Miss Austin has returned home from an extended visit to friends and relatives in Richmond Mrs J F Smith and children returned to their home in Crab Orchard Saturday after a visit to relatives in this Mrs H B Arnold of Bicb mond and little daughter Clare and baby Cecil spent several days with her mother Mrs Bell Mrs Minnie Harvey and Miss Lena Rogers of Lancaster and Mr Willie Stone spent Sunday and Mon day with Miss Pearl Huffman of Dan vine It Saves the Children Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children It isalso withoul an equal tor colds and whooping cough JCcBoberts Drug Store returnedfrom power feudists candidate F complaining improved sleeplessness vicinity Austin t without declines I Rev 1 i E t Slays Sic obeyisR Fannie s ItiIa r y y j 1 1 zt bet PAINT LICK I New wheat is selling Burton who was shot by Prather is improving very fast Mr Isham Napier and Miss Ida Kinnard drove to Richmond and were quietly married Sam Campbell has on exhibition at Fish Cos Store a large rattle snake eleven years old caught near Slate Lick Springs Huckleberry base ball nine went to Berea Saturday to cross bats with that team and were defeated Score 7 to 1 Berea and Paint Lick will horns Saturday 5th at Paint Everybody invited Everything is looking beautiful the rain storm we had last Friday but we are now ready for another Is your liver tired Does it fail to do its duty If so dont neglect its call for help A few doses of HERBLNE may save you a spell ofsickness HER BINE is the only perfect liver medi cine It cures Chills and Fever Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes Misses Mary Taylor and Viola of Richmond are guests of Mrs Charles Hudson near this place Miss Elizabeth Embry of Richmond is visiting Miss Jennie Parks Miss Eliza Rucker and her friend Miss Lyda Champ have returned home much delighted with their trip and had a nice time while they were gone Miss Bettie Francis opened up her shool on the 31st ult Quite a number of young people attended the picnic at the Slate Lick Springs Sat urday Imperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of the system which grow and Pre confirmed by neglect HERBINE gives tone to the stomach and causes good Price 50 cts C J L Ctaimes Miss Grace Tudor of Crab Orchard is visiting relatives in Paint Lick Mrs Dr Ramsey and daughter Miss Lucile Miss Emma Odor and Miss Alma Lear have gone to the Dripping Springs for a two weeks stay Miss Jennie Wallace of Point is visiting Misses Russell and Mayme Ramsey William Tudor one of our Paint Lick society young men entwas very highly ertained last evening by a birthday party given by his aunt Mrs Shumate Those present were Misses Jennie Parks Mattie McCormack Mayme and Ramsey Mary Lear Jennie lace Lucy Francis and Grace Tudor Messrs Harry Francis Dave Hervey Joe McCormak Stonewall Norman Walker Guynn R L Jennings Dr C E Poyntz and Jim Rucker Mr and Mrs W S Fish Mrs B M Lear and Mrs Jack Adams chaperoned the crowd It was the most enjoyable event that has occurred around Paint Lick for a good while were served about 1030 oclock which were delicious Every one went away saying what a lovely time they had Mrs Shumate makes one enjoy themselves when in her home Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural looseness of the bowels It always cures McRoberts drug store NINA Mrs Emeline Lane is visiting her grandson Wiley Prewitt this week The drouth was completely broken on Sunday night 30th ult Now what shall we growl about next Mrs W T Cotton of Leroy Ill formerU of Teatersville was ill last week but at this time is much better T P Anderson opened his school at West Point Monday Mr Anderson is a teacher of experience and will no doubt teach an excellent school Two Mormon preachers are the country in search of some house in which they will attempt to delude some to accept their principle party in search of health will go on Tuesday to the Slate LickSprings Benj Kelly and wife J L Broaddus and wife of near Marksbury and others will ly follow later in the week The local option election at school house failed to go dry oy a majority of seven Too much in church members was the cause as all believed that all who to be a child of God would be found at his post doing work in the Masters vineyard The Freedom Baptist church house will be completes in about ten days when who ones knew her will not know her as before She has the storms for 99 years and now looks better than ever before So come and see us and our new house we will be glad to see you and liave you with us The time is drawing close when a convention will be called to nominate a candidate to represent this county and as a voter I would suggest the candidate to be chosen just like Mad icon chose hers which is fair for all Then let the people act as men should act and elect their ticket in peace and harmony What among human ills are more annoying piles The afflictions that prevent active exercise tare bad enough but one that makes miserable is worse its greatest martyrs BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT obstinate cae Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75c C C J E Stores e it for 63c Lick after digestion I Leaven Friday Russell Val Refreshments seriously tramping religionThe of Walkers confidence professed withstood then among t j 7 r v rf i delivered lock Million L V45 over friends ill even re Women are TABLE cure the iz yr gill J j MT HEBRON I Born to the wife of Joshua Barker a boy L Burdett soldnine shoats to B F Robinson at 340 per hundred Mrs Peachie Grow presented herson Norman with a new buggy last week J B Bourne our hustling merchant and farmer is building an addition to the house on his farm near here Landram Burdett had a horse to break its leg last Thursday Charlie Duncan also had a young horse badly injured on a wire fence What you want is not temporary from piles but a cure to stay DeWitts Witch Salve cures piles and they sty cured 1m Stormes Drug Store Real estate is on the boom in this vicinity James Middleton sold his farm near here to Mr Cheatham and H Dennis traded his property on Sugar creek to Mr Teater for two horses and 75 Ed Clark and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Peggie Burdett J H Montgomery and wife were at the Nicholasville fair Friday Duncan and sister Hattie are visiting relatives near High Bridge Would Rave Coat Him His Life I have been using Foleys Kidney Cure and tape great pleasure in it gave me permanent cure of kidney 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 I MAEKSBUBT Miss Katherine Moore will begin the 5 moth school at Rice Academy Aug 7 Miss Eliza Smith of Lancaster the public school at Mason July 31 Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy spending several days at Crab Mrs George Durham is very low at this writing Dr Kinnaird is attending physician Mr and Mrs T L Broaddus accompanied by William Broaddus are recuperating at Slate Lick Springs Rev S C Hum phreys wife and son Brewer of Simp sonville are visiting friends in this community Mr Ternando West wife and little son of Kansas City Mo are visiting friends and relatives at this place Rev S C preached two very interesting Sunday One in the morning and one inthe evening Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to For Sores Ulcers Burns Galls Piles so good as Banner Salve the most healing medicine in the world 25c C C J E Stormes STONE C M sold a cow and calf for 4000 Sam Murphy bought of A B Clark some corn at 175 per bbl T L Sanders sold to Ben Hudson a yoke of oxen at 3J cents per pound C M Moberley bought of C T Thompson a bunch of hogs at 3i cper poundA meeting is in progress at this place and nice crowds come out to hear our splendid preacher Frank Folger sold to A J Rice for 7500 and also sold to James Hill of Bryantsville nice saddle mares for 2500 To eradicate worms from the system give the child plain nourishing food and WHITES CREAM VERMI FUGE The result will be the worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts C C J E Stormes On Thursday July 26 of Brain Fever at the age of months Willie Earl son of Mr and Mrs Wolf ord Raney at Lock No 8 passed to his reward The child had suffered on ly a few days and all that careful nursing and medical skill could do was done to save his life but the death angel claimed him and he passed to the brighter shore Services were by Rev W F Neal at south Fork church at 2 oclock Friday and the darling was laid to rest in the burying ground at that place The bereaved family have the of this community Joe Finnel and two sisters near Dan villa and Mr and Mrs Spoonamore and little daughters of Hubble are visiting relatives here and attending the protracted meeting Miss Mary Leayell our teacher at Scotts Fork was very sick Friday and Saturday Mrs R A Stone and little daughter Stella are visiting her father Mr M Broaddus and attending our meeting Misses Arkin and Dora Murphy visited relatives in Jessamine last week Messrs Rice and Hackley of Hubble were the visitors of Miss Moberley Saturday night and Ruth the little daughterof C T Thompson in very ill at this Ellis Mathews is suffering with a very painful cut on his foot Mrs Ellen Crane and little daughter Cassie left Tuesday for their home at Lex ington she once lived here and her old friends were glad to have her to spend several days with them Rev J M Yingling pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland Md says it affords me pleasure to recommend Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy I have used it and know others who have done sd I have known it to fall is a cure when in time For sale by B EMcEpberts druggist i r Js n i cured Hazel situated Samu stating began School- House Orchard sermons nothing I sixteen conducted afternoon sympathy Myrtle Sunday writ- Ing nev It sure I relief A Iiumphr cousumPis rleylobe muck taken j jr n a 1 o of M of T I McCREARY I Quite number of the young folks this neighborhood went toDrippihg Springs Sunday All report a jolly time Miss Ora Hendren of near Kirks ville is visiting Miss Lillie Warner this week Miss Bertha town is visiting the Misses Harden this week Miss Alta Long has returned home after spending a week with relatives in Jessamine Miss Pearl Ross of your city is Miss Nora Sanders this week Porter Wearren is able to be out again after having the measels Mrs J Layton of Cincinnati Ohio is vis iting her mother Mrs L Gulley The soothing and healing properties Chamberlains Cough Remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and per manent cures have made it a great favorite with the people everywhere For sale by R E druggist Miss Alice Sadler started this morn ing to as she has a position at that place Mr and Mrs Brown of Mercer is visiting Mr A Harden as he remains quite ill at his home on Sugar Creek It seems like Mr Burton Robir of county comes to our right as he was here again Sun day but perhaps he has a girl here HUmarkH Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out order If you want these qualitie and the success they bring use Kings New Life Pills They every power of brain and body 25c at R E McRoberts drug store BETANTSVILLE Miss Allie Dunn will begin a school at this place Sept 1 Those wanting nice hand made dies wilT find them at J S Haseldens The drouth in this vicinity broken last Sunday by a nice rain Dr Pinquends house was last Friday night about 12 oclock Origin of tire unknown lIe and were at the time visiting in Moreland The annual recital of Miss Jennie Swopes music class convened at Colby Jenkins on last Tuesday night A good crowd greeted the pupils all acquitted themselves creditably and did much honor to their teacher Miss Mayme Ballard received medal offered the class Rev L Clark pastor of the church here will begin a meeting on the second Sunday in this month and will be assisted Presiding Elder Pollett burg Services will continue over Sunday Saturday previous to Sunday is our last Quarterly meeting for this year WHITES CREAM not only effectually expels worms is unequaled as a tonic and is a and permanent cure for Chills and Fever in children Price 25 cts C C J E Stormes Miss Hill of Lancaster visited Mrs Taylor Burdett Saturday and Sunday Little Miss Nancy Dunn of Bur gin visited relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Crutchfield of are visiting in thisvicinity Mrs Welch and daughters will visit her daughter in Richmond next week Miss Mary Dunn is visiting in Burgin Miss Hattie Jennings of Lower Garrard is visiting relatives in Paint Lick Miss Maynie Dunn is visiting her aunt Mrs Wool folk in Lexington Mrs Nancy Dunn is visiting Mrs Jack Dunn this week Dr Elliotts sisters of May geld are spending the week here Tim King of Texas is the guest of his uncle Jim Burnside Dr Stead man and son are visiting his father S N Steadman The guests of the family of Will Dunn last week were Misses Maude Perkins of Middlesbor ro Hallie and of Dan ville Eleanor Caldwell Ruth Brown Jennie Burnside of Buena Vista Volcanic Eruption Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure Guaranteed Sold by R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m FLATWOOD lames Worrel bought a cow James Pointer for 2000 James Worrell bough t a calf from Will Rothel of col for 1000 Oscar Hicks of col shot Dock Fox of col through the thigh last week James Wivrell sold a cow to Mrs M F Cormney 2000 Miss Roxie Spangler who has been spending a few days at W II Furrs returned home Wednesday During the civil as well as In our late war with Spain diarrhoea was oneof the most troublesome diseases the army had to contend with In many instances it became chronic and the old soldiers still suffer from Mr David Taylor of Wind Ridge Greene Co Pa is one of these uses Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says he never found anything that would give hjm such quick It is for sale by H E McRobarts druggist Burnside- of visiting LakelandAsylum often Onl u sad- e th Methodist protracted of Harrods Conference Lexington Ballard Orpha Caldwell Ulcers from I for g J t lIe your McRoberts D develo II sale w wit an 3 thi b S 4- eyeniu war relief A lA suaid wy dis Wr I1 ay t 3 F i b r rd Thank you for admittance happy circle tars John Bolton Mrs W L Allen several nice turkeys last week Oscar Hammack has accepted a offered him by E L Keohler to run a blacksmith shop in this town Misses Jessie Allen and Gertrude Roop were the guests of Maggie Bolton Sunday and Sunday night Mrs Geo Allen was on the sick list several days last we are glad to note is able to be out again Miss Bessie Bolton who has been the guest of Miss Jennie Allen weeks has returned to her home in Richmond much to the regret of of our young Miss Celia Williams of Indianapolis is visiting ilia W L Allen has sold out to John Smith and is preparing to emigrate to Texas We regret very much to give Mr Allen up He is so useful in the community and as for Miss Jennie we cant give her up Mrs Edna Armhurst who has been the guest of Mrs James Roop for a few weeks left last Sunday for Silver Creek Mr and Mrs John Wells attended the at Green Briar Springs Miss Jennie McQuery was the guest of your humble servant Saturday and Sunday Will Hammack after spending quite a while in St Louis has return ed to his home Mrs Henry Hurst and family of Hiattsville were the guests of Mrs Fred Keohler Saturday and Sunday Waiter Hammack of Lancaster paid home folks a short visit last week Mrs Fred Keohler spent last week in Lancaster attend ing the Institute W L Allen is on the sick list at this writing Remarkable Rosen Mrs Michael Curtin Plainfield 111 makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she wastreated for a month by her family physician but grew worse He told her she wasa hopeless victim of con sumption and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr delight found herself benefitted from first dose She its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and wellnow does her own housework and is as well as she ever trial bottles of this Great bottle guaranteed JUDSON S W Sanders sold Alec Walker a bunch of hogs for 350 per hundred Willie Grow sold Alec Walker some hogs for 350 per hundred Geo Grow paid Mr Brown 5500 for a two year old mare Brack Grow sold Charles Simpson a mare for 3000 Miss Carrie Preston ofBryantsville spent last week with her aunt Mrs J T Turner Mr John and Willie Lane made a business trip to your city Friday Master Joe Kelley of Nina was the guest of his aunt Mrs Margaret Lane Saturday and Sunday Mrs George Grow and children are spending a few days with her sis ter Mrs Lizzie Teater of Gunns Chap pie Mrs Joe Simpson and daught ers and Suela of Buckeye spent one day last week with Mrs Dan t Ray Mrs R A Stone of your city visited her parents Mr and Mrs Morton Broaddus last week Some of the boys of this community attended the Teachers Institute last week Mrs Elsina Ray ofSycamore Valley is visiting relatives and friends here Mrs Love Spoonamore of Hubble and Miss Finns of Danville were the guests of Mrs Win Wall Sunday Mrs Margaret Lane is spending the week with her sister Mrs Ben Kelley of Nina Miss Emma Naylor received a box of choice Gulf of Mexico I think one of the soldier boys sent them but dont tell it for I may be mistaken Little Daughters Life I am the mother of eight children my little daughter had the dysentery in its worst form We thought she would die I tried everything 1 could think of but seemed to do her any good I saw by an in Our paper that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended and sent and got a bottle at once It proved to be one of the very best medicines we ever had in the house It saved my little daughters life I am anxious j for every mother to know what an excell ent medicine it is Had I know it first it would have saved me a great deal of anxiety and my little daughter suffering Yours truly Mrs GeiyF Burdlck Liberty R I For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist One feeder in Atchison county Mo is feeding 10000 hogs and he is per most extensive swine feeds in world Southwest Missouri is called the land of big apples Many fine orchards are successfully managed on this southernslope of the Ozarks OIGEST FCttD ceat all I belay properly direst It creates sons goes your aad tIts yom are llabto Uw hamaa is lair Use Dr Carl U4t C maaUT rPowder aai watch the rmM wtM Ml j l boughtof bliss but forseveral her sister Granville just picnic Consumption continued wasFree DrugStore shells last week from Egmont Island II- A Metker How Site Her experience advertisement t hl the red rYOUR j1ii bfeed po oat to f ItaDrMte Gum c et y 1 CARTERSVILLE to your position week several men Celeste Tolls Saved a much rile lfi r lot r aaieiu MLan t IaR Y- yL l DANVILLE PAIR AUG 30 31 Sept 1- OldFashioned Kentucky Exhibition 2000 in Premiums Grand Military Band Mule Race Two Big Cake Walks Roadster For catalogue send to H C BRIGHT Secty Danville Lexington Horse Show Fair aid Carnival August 8 9 10 II 12 1899 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Danville call and see us and get our prides iy We will you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office SECONDHAND i f D61fVTTTIr KY 1L f f i 1 Is dna tiazato save L F RUBBLE ATTORNEY AT AND AGT LANCASTER KY Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral sands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Bargains in Blue GrasavFarms KfilJCHTS OF PVTHIAS No 29 Khighst v of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows imll Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit ed ED BISHOP J Sr HASKI DENiKRSE S v W H H3SEAL Merchants UNION STOCK YARDS Information regardinglive stock cbeer REAL ESTTE Grr C C t CO Gi orrsShl pfl t v it 11111 Inwh f toet71I l5to Phone 1341 i 0 LAW rty ThousandTlu lib aid Lodg Commifs ion CINCINNATI 0 act ua h r S 1t 1 7 K The Greatest on Earth New Featurs from All Nations V Wheeler Wilson Sewiof Machinej Rotary MotIoIlIII Ball 1 tsate byJr B Jlrna d Ielfuc y- Brin l jjr BeariagsE- lilt For c Lancaster u Tour o Work OF COURSE YOU Very Best Low Prices FULLY REALIZING THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE fWE CARRY BEST TOBE HAD AND SELL THEM FOE THE LEAST MONEY FROHMAN CO DANVILLE 8IVf eIt Jf7f f 8 V f T gIT ZI T T T T V T T I WANT THE I t iI L f t atI J L a iQVI 2lf f8 JPT f f f f JfSI T J o Clothing at4 t THE o o X10 121350Su3ts Now 750 0- o TNT GLOBE c o o o a o o no CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY August 31899 Miss Eugenia Bush is visiting friends in Stanford Senator George Farris is in Frank fort this week Mrs Gresham has gone to Livingston to visit relatives Miss Sallie Tillett is visiting rela tives in Hustonville Miss Marietta Crow qf Louisville is the guest of Allie Arnold Ernest G Brown attended the street Fair at Nicholasville Saturday Stella Houston are visiting relatives in Cincinnati Hunley Singleton and family are spending a few days at Irvine Ky Mrs John E Stormes is in Rich mond visiting and attending the fair Miss Lucy Arnold leaves this week to visit friends in Washington county Jim Crow Dillon has returned from Cincinnati much improved in health Miss Lillie Arnold is the guest at heraunts Misses Jennie and Lucy Ar noldMiss Mary Arnold hat returned from a pleasant visit to Nicholasville rela tivesSquire W II Kinnaird returned Saturday night from a trip to Colum bus Ohio Mr Claiborn Lear who has been quite ill for several weeks was much better today Mr John B Brewer and children of Lebanon have been visiting relatives in this vicinity Mrs Dr OBannon and children of Stanford have been the guests of Mrs R H Batson Dr J L McKee able Jx fill his pulpit Sunday and has about fully re covered his health Mrs W J Grohman and children of Tampa Fla are visiting her fath er Squire Ike Myers Claude Royston returned to Chicago Saturday after pleasant visit to his fathers family in this city Mr Ben Potts the Buckeye miller recently returned from Martinsville much relieved from Mr and Mrs Victor A Lear and pretty daughter Burney have returned from a visit to friends in Lex ington and Nicholasville The handsome and accomplished Mrs Hubbard who has been visiting the family ot Mr W Hi Wherritt toCovington Monday 3Irs Mattie Busby who has been quite ill at her home in WHHamsburg is much better and her sister Mrs IV N Bush will return today k Miss Annie Kennedy one of Rich monds most charming young ladies has been visiting her cousin Miss Ka tie Mae Arnold at Hiattsville Mrs Louis Landram returned from Trenton Tenn Sunday morning The Misses Marksbury are ing Mrs A H Rice in Nashville Mr J Joseph and son Arthur re turned yesterday from a ten days vis it to Dripping Springs Mr Fox whowent up with them will re main a few days longer LciiUliiHora Sty irjff Ark acreata for full pariicl the 31ue Graa Dont fail to fp ii3 2 1 Wastes and waS a Indiana Guyton returned visit L Fair I li tote1 ie W4f1i I Junctlel Pity 81fj at rttea t G i er1 J If II JI UU v I 1111111 SSSISISSSSISSISIS- r I f Mrs j a it f rheumatism r j now i Har 4V Cariiial s r- R 41 Trsir via ref in 3102th Low s r r i sal r s G M Patterson has returned from the mountains Sam Duncan Will Collier Bedow Morrow and many others took in the Richmond fair yesterday Mrs E G Dick of Crab Orchard Springs accompanied by Bloch of New Orleans were in the city Tuesday report a large and se lect crowd at the Spings The editor of this paper feels high ly complimented at being made an honorary vicepresident of the Dan vine Fair which will be the event of the season Mr John Donohue and Miss Agnes from Louisville Saturday accompanied by Miss Ella Mahoney of that city and Mrs Bellman and daughter Miss Edna of Chicago Ben Herndon Herbert Kinnaird Frank Marksbury and several other pumpkinstuds attended the hop at Stanford Friday night They were royally entertained and report a lovely hopCapt W C McFarland who has never recovered from the wound re ceived in the battle of San Juan Hill writes that he will Kentucky in a few days to visit relatives and re cuperateEph wife and two chil dren arrived Saturdav from Arizona Eph says our old townsman A G Scott and wife are in good health and Mr gets all the work he can do Mr R E Hughes and wife of Lou isville are visiting their parents in this city Bobs work on the Com mercial requires remaining up nearly all night and he is enjoying his vaca tion greatly Tom Hammond and Frank Pumph ry of this office went to Cincinnati again Sunday after red lemon ade and popcorn Seeing the big crowd they wanted to knowwhy they had court day in Cincinnati on Sun day At the Nicholasville street fair the first prize for fancy turnout was given Miss Mary Annie Wilmpre She drove a handsome English coach horse to a stylish rubbertire trap With her were Misses Mary Welch Lilly May Hemphill and Ora Wilmore The premium was a dozen handsome silver spoons Its perfectly natural that this party should be given first honors handsome bevy could not be found anywhere TEACHERS INSTITUTE The Garrard County Teachers In stitute convened at the Court House at 10 oclock Monday July 24 and was opened with devotional exercises led by Rev J C Massee of List church and Miss Bell Burnside presiding at the organ Miss Elisa Lusk the County Super mtendent then made an appropriate address after which Miss Eliza Smith was elected secretory Prof son Principal of the School of Lancaster then gave a stirring ad dress showing the good that mijy and ought to result from the Institute the duty and part of each also laying before them the plans for the work Institute thcn ad journed tilloclock On coming together in the after lion Robt demo critic candidate for Attorney Gener al was gvlen the floor and dressed the audience for about one hour The Institute then sang Columbia and proceeded with its work in a gen eral discussion of the subject What can an energetic teacher do toward improving the appearance of a badly kept house and grounds providing necessary apparatus arousing interest in apathetic parents and children After of fifteen min utes was taken after which Methods combined was presented by the interest Mr Evans Misses Boy Atthecloseofthe Jfrtiluta j s h biggest r turned cometo S more as- a y tea noon I C singing recess ting r ading and alSo discussed ton er and others and ffi ifs be 1 it i t Mrs They exhibition Phoenix the Ba Patter Graded weeks Breckinrld a Of writing spell- Ing Instructor and wit Sallie Anderson Mr olio tifletplogralafoTfrlletidsyir 40 N reed- ZUJI6 1bstiito c4pye a rJ f4 r r p e R votional excrcies being led by Rev Hassee who delivered a most inter esting and practical address Having been a teacher of children and still being a teacher of men he is in with the teachers in all their work His address was full of encour agemeht and inspiration every earn est and conscientious teacher Robert Elkin came before the Institute in behalf of the cause of temperance earnestly asking the teachers to aid in the work not only scientific instruction but also by or ganizing mothers meetingsand there y instruct the young more system matically and also more effectually Intermediate reading wasthen by Miss Sallie Anderson Mrs Creager Mr Evans Miss RoystonMr Postel and the Instructor Advanced reading was also briefly considered by Prof Patterson and Mr Postel after which a song was rendered by the In stitute which closed the morning ses sionAfter opening the afternoon session with music the subject of spelling was introduced by Mr A Irickson and also discussd by Miss Royston and Prof Patterson Mr Baker next gave a talk on the subject of writing and was followed by Mr Lewis Mitchell and Prof After a recess of fifteen min utes Miss Scott introduced of Language and was followed by Mrs Swope Mrs Sutton and Prof Patterson Mrs Yocum a visiting teacher who by vote of the Institute had been made an honorary member also gave a very interesting talk on the subject which was received with special attentionWEDNESDAY Institute opened at 845 Wednesday morning with music Elder C D Powell of the Christian church con ducted the devotional exercises after which Mr Lewis of Mercer county addressed the teachers in the interest of the Michigan Correspondence School According to program previously arranged the morning session of the Institute was converted into a School and Mrs Gulley proceeded to hear her Mental Arithmatic class She was followed by a Class in reading conducted by E W Baker Next came recess then followed a history class with Mr Postel as teacher and this by a class in spelling conducted by Mr Moore Each class employed thirty minutes of time and at the close was freely criticised by the other to be most and perhaps the most one thus far and occupied the entire forenoon After opening the afternoon session in the usual manner the explanation of the Tense Tree was given by Miss Allie Dunn Next on program was a Geography class conducted by Prof Patterson who took for his Kentucky and instructed his class in such a way as to both interest and give new ideas to every one pres ent An excellent paper on the of Punishment was next read by Miss Shumate who was followed by others including Mrs Yocum who gave some very excellent ideas which were fully endorsed by the Instructor How to open and close School was briefly discussed by several of the teachersThe How to prevent whis pering was next considered but not decided and then How to seat the Pupils was next discussed by Messrs Moore and Evans After a recess of fifteen minutes the Chinn Schoolbook Bill was discussed at length by Prof Patterson who gave as his opinion that the bill had several very objec tionable features and should not be come a law At the close of this Sen or Jose Dodegui a full blooded Span iard rendered a piece of music on the in a way that was a rare treat for the entire audience The then adjourned to meet at 845 Thursday morning Institute opened on Thursday morii tlonat l 5iseg led by Rev ClarJcJfe Methodist church iology wait introduced and discussed la very abk and Interesting address then RHen Patterson the subject teachersThis entertaining subject subject Institute l dlwo JC Aft6lU Psych by m tflr b 4 0 sympathy Airs discussed Normal Model proved profitable violin TaussnAY Ingia the usualina net be the iiub trot To dl p aka r xh ticularly upon the Imagination showing plainly the importance of de veloping and cultivating it in the children and pupils Prof Patterson then took up the subject and gave an outline of the faculties of the mind dwelling especially on the subject of Habit His address was quite instruct lye and consumed the time of the re cess After recess Dr Pierce of the Wes leyan College at Winchester was in troduced to the audience and made a very interesting address setting forth the great responsibility of teaching and also the importance of each one thoroughly fitting himself before be ginning the work Dr Pollett of Harrodsburg was also introduced and spoke brietly but encouragingly to the teachers The subject of Advanced Geography was opened by Mr Durham who was followed by Miss West who showed her Product Map This was a new idea to some and interesting to all Miss West was followed by Prof Mrs Gulley Miss McCarley Messrs Baker and Moore each one speaking briefly Oral Geography was then discussed by Miss Royston who occupied the time pleasantly till the noon recessThe afternoon session opened with music and Miss Allie Dunn explained to the teachers the use of the Tense Tree as Prof Park The subject of History was next taken up by Miss Lizzie Tomlinson and also discussed briefly by Mrs Arnold and closed by the Instructor After a recess Prof Grinstead of Danville who is well known and much loved by Garrard countys teachers explained fully his most excellent method of teaching Mental Arithme tic The audience then joined heartily in singing America at the close of which P W Grinstead agent for the American Book Co made an address which was by no means devoid of good sense and humor Little Miss Edna Mason then recited a most excellent selection in a manner that would have done credit to any one of the teachers Miss Alice Henderson kindly con sented to exhibit to the teachers an exercise with Indian Clubs which was very highly appreciated by every one presentThe exercise of the day was a paper on the subject of reading by Prof Patterson Many new valuable and practical thoughts were which ought to inspire every one who was present to give more time and effort to the matter of Good Read ing The high appreciation of the was shown by the hearty cheer ing which followed After a few announcements the adjourned until Friday morn ing FRIDAY The Institute opened Friday morn ing with devotional exercises led by Rev Ira Parton After a brief talk by Prof Patterson on tie subject of Mental Arithmetic Mr Evans introduced the subject of Civil Government and bought out some valuable and interesting thoughts Mr Letcher Owsley also favored Institute with a most excellent the subject of Mob Causes and Remedies At the close of Mr Owsleys address and at the re quest of some of the teachers Miss Lusk that an examining trial carisiedrs German over powder CURES INDIGESTION Tie grtaTsig wtdfe all Diseases tfi to E McEoberts I Patterson givenby presented speech on LawIts fo- rM s cNt 1 i t 0 t k i l very audience Institute th asked JM r PluCi 2 ti 1t Rt J a being held at that time should be brought into the Institute room as an object lesson in Civil Government The request and the was instructive to many Dr Wesley then addressed the teachers briefly on the subject of Phy siology after which the Institute ad journed till 1 oclockl After opening in the usual manner Prof Patterson talked briefly on the subject of Composition and was follow ed by the Superintendent in a short address on the Common School Law The various presidents next report ed the time and place of their respec tive District Teachers Associations This was by brief farewell speeches from the Superintendent the Conductor Mr Evans and Mr MooreThe Committee on Resolutions then presented its report and after wast ing much time in unnecessary and de sultory wrangling which resulted in cutting off gouging out and otherwise mutillating the report the following remnant was adopted We the Teachers of Garrard County believing that our present Institute has been more enjoyable and more practical than any one formerly held here Resolve That we hereby extend a vote of appreciation to Miss Lusk our Superintendent to Prof Patter son the Conductor to Miss Willie Belle Burnside the organist to Miss Eliza Smith our faithful Secretary and to the many others who from time to time so ably added to the in terest of the Institute Resolved That the institute feels that it can not too severely condemn the conduct of teachers who have in the Institute in a way that they would not and should not permit any pupil to act while under their charge If what we teach should not be prac ticed do not teach it if it should be practiced practice it Resolved That we repeat what we said last year that we believe we would gain far more instruction from a normal conducted by a Competent instructor than we do from the exist No More Shakes TRY Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Tea JftrAM Arfeffiri ing form of Institute that as we fine opportunity we will try to have a Normal in the place of the present Institute Resolved That we favor a uniform ity of text books throughout the State making only such exceptions as are necessary for the demands of the schools in cities E W BAKER MRS T C GULLEY Committee MARY E K F POSTLE M P ANDERSO- NIt was then moved and seconded than the Chinn Schoolbook Bill be adopted as a whole but without any discussion the motion was killed in less time that it took to receive a sec ond and the adjournedE HAS NATURE WARNED YOU Native herself clad 1 tile early varta of sprier blosaosts forthtreesa deal chord to vibrate to this tile feel Hare foliar Chills Malaria Fever If so TOM mart rot tIllS as It is a of sickness avoid this colt as as oar advice coats yoa Can oayoar mad a settle of Dr Liver Powder TaU eae dose a day at bed time for six dust follower Chill s will feel like the towers la the t Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season atatosahere fall of tanas If E E XcBoUerte wasgranted lesson followed acted YUCATAN PRICE SOC R E In roost dktfal of atl llforetller of re tetras rhea daa1tottle et II tile attar twe weeks tw0 w 1 JI wuu neM Melt 1 t t r c Insist on Melt bents substituted ToMLn sot ea- t1 e r and how o Urged hoe I unit iirectlere and 7ocorneofthese great w et g ekerr repast abiR iMMNr11i yes Mv do r b No it is not claimed that Foleys Honey and Tar will cure CONSUMPTION or ASTHMA in ad vanced stages it holds out no such false hopes but DOES truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure STORESTORMEC DRUG Incurable Case Would you call De Tanque a dipsomaniacQuippsA kleptomaniac rather Phipps But He cant resist the to take something can Topics Political Harmony Bring forth the olive branch said he The size Ah thats the 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Y 4 ti M I I 63 YEARS OLD and never nssd nny rtuivuy vi3ki to 1r JTJtu It rives qcloic irmuucnt rrtief In grip ns wet as and cnlils It tiac 3 wak 1 lines ctTOBf lira 21 A UtusKe fill I Jl 1 A I non j und con Ky a b3L I Fait kadiiciiJi Mora Local Judge BrccJiliiritZses Spcceli The copy of our notice of Judge Brcckinridges speech court day misplaced and the omission was not discovered in time to correct The judge is the democratic candidate for attorncy general and a mighty TIle Eicc Sheeps Friend New Son tells a beautiful story Music Catchy Easy and well suited Send live twocent stamps for com plete copy introduct o n p r Sweetheart Mine or Ringlets same price or the throe for twenty live cents Address Isaac Doles Pub lisher Indianapolis Ind Send this notice One On Lancaster man was considerably ta u uuwn when in JSew York City sonsy time since He asked for a ticket hack home and to his surprise the agent told him there was nosrch place as Lancaster that he ever heard of or that his maps showed but he would gladly sell him one to Stanford The gentleman from Garrards booming capital hasnt gotten over it yet and probably never will while York merchants will never sell another Lan Ijistor firm while time lasts Stanford Journal A 1iiliit Lick Riitcrprisc Adams Fistula Salvo put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge melt Greasy heel etc It is sold on a written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented apKI Married Ju Tlie Street During the recent Street Fair at sicholasvilic the crowd was treated to a sensation by the marriage in front of the Court house of Miss Alice Kent and Mr E L Murphy both of Little II ickman The couple drove up to the platform where they were re ceived by a committee Phillips performed the ceremony nearly all of the merchants of Xicholasville gave the bride and groom presents to go tp housekeeping with At the Lexington Horse ShowFair and Carnival Aug 8 to 12 the has not forgotten to provide for that most useful animal the mule They will be exhibited on the first day and the premium takers will be well repaid for making the exhibit Get a catalog from E W ShanklSn Lexington Ky and read the host of good things in all departments 2t There Is Xo Question About It 2fo question indeed with those who have used it bit that Foleys Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for all and Bladder diseases C C J E Stormes gui ice Us- A New meeting lUules management Kidney I good- man a Judge 1 El S I Ring out the old Ring in the new King out the falsa Sing in tho true We bring to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positi vo Cure colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary Lungs are exhila rated the n5crobefceirring mticus is cut out 5 the cause of that tickling is removed and membranes are hsalcd and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough SOLD EYALjGOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 22c SOc and 100 SIzM BE SURE YOU GET II Pine Tar Honey the inflamed r rlDsHs P fo cohworn 3Ta1y Horrible Death 3fr John Uiigtiely a prominent far mer of near Burgin died Friday night as the result of a very unfortunate He was at Etirgin superin tending the loading of a number of cattle and while passing between two cars was run into and crushed to death Mr Iluguely had just finished his work and was started to town The conductor of the train passed between the cars and Mr Ifuguely attempted to follow him when the engineer started to make a connection ind he was caught between the cars and crushed lie was extricated and taken to his home and died within two hours yithout regaining He was buried iii Dan yule cemetery Monday at four oclock Mr IIuguely was about forty years of age and was a prosperous of that Vicinity His wife for merly Nannie Cromwell of Fay ettc and two children survive him Sir JIuguely was wellknown in this county and had many friends here who deeply deplore h i s untimely death accident badly consciousness farmer 1iss I I WOMIN f RIAD rTh15 If are fading under the weakening influence of female troubles do not longer experiment with useless or drugs but try Fete regulator It will regulate the menses perfectly and cure Falling of the Womb Leucorrhcea Headache Backache and Nervousness It is a harmless vegetable remedy which puts the menstrual in perfect health stops drains aud pains and over weakness Sold at drag stores for 1 a bottle VES BRJLDFI2LD K2GtttATCR CO Atlanta Ga Dr Goldstein the Louis ville Eye Specialist who was here recently will return Mon day Aug 7th for one day only See him at Umailton House If your present glasses fail to give you ease and comfort theres wrong is it your glass or your Thats a with You A glass is either right or wrong theres fid middld station If your present glasses are not satisfac tory I can make them so I unusual eye defects the kind that puzzle the average optician your eyes the most scien tific instruments dangerous Bra fields organs I something eye QustiQ t It est copies Vital enenu inter String Slnsic Director firail Itoy Col f Music Munich Superb ailvnntuKeg in Art and in Klocutkf iKitini n ncrcB in America for beauty Stat stiuIentH IIHVB repreicnte1 more tliin 30 StatesItcliiicd bume Number limited Ttruin reasonable Til SMITH A M Vre Alumiuus of Univ of Va J n BEfi WJ BITU MuM U HARRDDSBURG KY wwre Six langllaeec withollt extra charge llano and Or lIn Director IllS Doet Oxon I a h Cu OLLEGEStr0nrt Southern OIrIa School Currictilur In cLKefltlaIa the peer of any cit Call and see tlusFGelebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others AllKiiuIs rnifflaftilii t II G S a m rs t r e r I I1 nadn r i C Ia p u Ce fce4x e6 a STATE NEWS PICKUPS a393aS3S S I Gi CNiC Ci iGiIJ Q i A tu TROOPS INEFFECTIVE 7 Inspector Reports oa the Fond He Says An Extra tension of Legislature f HJfot Necessary FRANKFORT Ky July 30 State In spector Lester mudc a lengthy report on the Cluy county situation to the governor Friday but it contains noth lug sensational The report says that the killing of Tom Baker while surrounded by troops indicates the uselessness of during the term of circuit court that the present con ditiou there doejsi not necessitate a special term inAugust but that at the regular October term he rind jury shpuldJtTi8 pUghlyp investi gate diUni JJaker and in dict the guilty man if the evidence will warrant rt The inspector recommends that the next legislature shduldvgive c rcuit judgcs more ciccting juries and that the ifijould be given the sole power ia special judges in felony calVwhcre the regu lar judge can not sit He thinks the governor puid l ave taken no action that would HaveT cliecked strife and can do npthjrig now underthe law that he has not done to solve the and that an extra session of the legislatureis not at all necessary The inspectors ieport when read between the lines indicates that an extra is beyond the realms of possibility unless a miracle should change tha governors present view THE DEATH OF VOGEL Three Arrests Follow K rlin It One JM u in Mi I Nervous from Re cent Sickne 8 OwEX Boro K Aug 3 The story told by James Ilochcimcr and his Ne gro farm George Kullit about the alleged finding of Edward crazy drunk with an ax and a jng and helping him over a f uce into his own field where he was found later dying from wounds on his head was so suspicious and con tradicting in important particulars furnished by Mrs Hoeheimer that all three were placed under arrest She states thSt if they helped him over tho fence she knew nothing of it Mrs lloeheimtr is a frail delicate woman and still nervous from recent Tree Uprooted Mr STEUIINO Ky rain and wind storm which passed over this county Saturday did great damage R U Youngs tobacco birn was blown away The was wind so strong that an immense tree was torn up and blown against a stock barn in which Mr Young had taken refuge The whole end of the barn wa crushed out and he had a narrow esp IrohibltlouisU In a Dilemma LOUISVILLE Ky Aug 3 The pro hibitionists of the state held their con vcntion here Tuesday About 50 arc pesent They are in a at present because Rev M P Hunt of Louisville who was placed on the slate for governor declines to Smallpox lu Frankfort FRANKFOKT Ky July so The city council of the state capital held a session Friday and upon recom mendation of the health board again issued orders closing all churches and prohibiting public gatherings indefI nitcly A former proclamation of this rescinded last week To Improve tho Mtiad LEXINGTON Ky Aug 1 The Lex ington City railway has filedamort gage to the Columbia TmBt company of Baltimore for SI 500 000 The raised by this mortgage will be used to improve and extend the street car lines probably connecting Lexington with several surrounding towns LOUISVILLE Ky Aug 1 Pitcher Ilrashcar was released by the colonels Sunday He will probably go back to the western association Catcher Schrcckcngost was recalled by the St Louis club arid left the Clevelands here Sunday night Not Bolter- MlDDiEfiBOiio Ky July 80 Hon X W Mctcalfe who has at times been listed with the bolting democrats say that this has been doue without au thority from him New Kentucky Jo t Office WASIIINQTOX July SO A post office has been established at Tabor Meni fee county Ky with George Vf Buchanan as postmaster Probably a Suicide MOHEHEAD Aug 1 The latest information fiom Elliott county says that it is now believed that Willie Tolliver who was found dead near home of his uncle Saturday morning committed suicide looped und Were Married LEXIXHTOV Ky Aug Graj traveling for a whip concern in Buffalo and Miss Rosa Lee Denham of Al bany Mo a very wealthy young woman visiting in the Blue Grassj eloped to Versailles and were married Hli llodr Recovered w i LA GRASOE Jvy July 29 The body of Malcolm Thompson a member pjf the Bropkville Ind band who fell from steamboat in the Ohio river live weeks ago has been recovered opposit Westport Drowned While BathUr ELizABETHTOwKiKy July 3a Noali Judd a well known young businesi man who resided jn the eastern see tion of Hart county was drowned while in bathing He was r N Ration of zGoT 8 B Buckuer Jt t v ir the ofcourt ini vcr rt the problem session urn hand Vogel I andspine I I sickness Aug 1A terrific cap I delegates lnn special kindwas money ribber lirasbear I Is a I the 1Wm tr 1 I I i sendtbg troops tuiliL theki1hin power qpoint I dilemma Io1ead Icy 1 C dos JOHN G BLAIR FOR GOVERNOR The Populist Meet In State Convention at Frankfort Ky and Nominate a Full state Ticket rnANKronr Ky July is The populist state convention Thursday named a full state ticket John G Blair of Nichols county was nominated for governor by acclamation The platform adopted indorses Wharton Barker of Philadelphia for president and IgneOus Donnelly of Minnesota for vice president It reaffirms the former populist national platforms and declares In favor of government ownership of all public institutions means of stamping put trusts emphasizing the ow of railroads It condemns state election laws as an attempt to disfranchise the voters of the state and says further We regret to see that Hon Wm J Bryan for whom the populists of Kentucky voted In 1896 to president of the United States by public endorsement of the ticketnominated at Louisville and the platform there adopted assumed the responsibility of endorsing the criminal attempts of corrupt elements of Kin tucky politics to subvert the ballot In order that the populist be pre served forever free from fraud bovbistb and political corruption such as noi dominates the democratic and the republican parties Kentucky as well as in othqr states as cz emplidcd in the late spectacle of the democratic convention con trolled by policemen and others scut there to detest the will of the Democratic masses of Kentucky and the republican con vention at Lexington coptrollcd by federal office holders we Indorse the policy of apply ing to the management of the peoples party as far practicable the principles of the legislation in nominations and the of the party stairs The following is the ticket nominated there was no opposition For governor John G Blair of Nicholas lieutenant governor V It Browner of Logan attorney general John T Bashaw of Louisville auditor Sam Graham of Mar shall secretary of state Den of Calloway treasurer A II CurJln of Critten den commissioner of agriculture W J Han na of Mercer superintendent of public John C Sutherland of Anderson railroad commissioner First district U H WcMullin or Brecktnrldge Second district John II Used of Spencer Third district W U Patrick of Estill The populist state convention Just before adjournment Thursday night nominated U W llccves of Mallard county or United States ssuator Reeves was a probability for the nomination for governor but later en tcrod agulnst Blackburn A STATE CONFERENCE The AntUGoebel liuoorats Will U CaRed Together at Vuudtanil 1ark Liz ington on Weduedi y LEXINGToN Ky Aug state conference of the antiGoebel will be called to order at Wood land park Wednesday afternoon So fur 15 counties have instructed dele gates to be present and on the basis of the Louisville convention this will mean about 280 delegates Several other counties will hold Tuesday and it is expected that fully 500 delegates will be present Maj P P Johnson has left the city and will not be present but Gov Brown is expected When Brown is nominated the convention will claim a party emblem and will order to bo placed at the head of the ballot The Goebel ticket claims to be entitled to the use of the party emblem Found th Body LAGBAXGE Ky July body of Malcom Thompson of Brookeville who was drowned in the Ohio river while on his way to the democratic convention about five weeks ago was found floating in the river three miles above Westport this county The body was identified Friday morning and sent home lldorltn Sold LEXINGToN Kj Aug 2 Joe H Thayer Monday sold to Roy Miler of Macon Ga the fouryearold brown horse Ildcrim by Simmons out of a Cuyler mare for 82500 Ilderim has no record but Monday morning he trot ted a mile in 214 CoL Darin Martin to Starry RICHMOND Ky Aug a Announce ment is made of the coming marriage of Col Davis Martin u prominent of BrassfieKt this county and Miss Temple Oldham of this city and sisterinlaw of exCounty Judge John C Chenault XewBboyV strike Ended LEXINGToN Ky July strike was ended here Friday by the boys agreeing to relinquish their claim for return privileges lion J C S Blackburn VERSAILLES Ky Aug 2 Hon J F Blackburn has been a very sick man since Sunday He was much better Monday and his physicians believe that he will be able to sit up by Wednesday or Thur day 1he senator suffered an attack of congestion of the kidneys as Pallbearers LEXINGToN Ky Aug 2 Mrs Susan E Bush wife of Wm Bush a prom ineut contractor died Monday morn ing after a short illness Her five sons will officiate as her pallbearers Stroke Up Stilt RICHMOND Ky July United States Marshal YV iff Short Rose in Jackson coun 1 iiWi licd thtf revenue officials for i T ir t gcl pdho o Jtoracd Coimxi 2 The school house about four miles southeast of here Luincd There aK i swt r the district HINT 14be wIsed see that la rich and sad r waol 4 perfectly healthy condition the wta e r rra H Llrer Powder ka o will be free trow malaria typhoid colda and the grip r Carl WWTtf Powder best aiedlclae awaey McEoberta i ass government the par may direct conduct I eyes Instruction WIt 2The democrats conferences 30The politician 30The C 29Deputy cap 1 valid up Pose has de tune j Ky Las een anti l g out mig de th ia J r i A TIMELY rIOa tIb 8 Ii 1ft tJHiJ187 t bIn Goabel his ti I newsboys ill Cone Iii cull lou C Aug Ltaflding concerning pFsr ivijB F ra 4 A great military band has been se cured at considerable cost to furnish the music In fact a genuine old ICentucky will be held For catalogues and other informa tion apyly to Henry C Bright Secre tary Danville Ky tf Mr J T Stewart received two lambs at Rose Rill Tuesday at 5 cents a pound Mr Sam Forsythe has purchased a bunch of fat cattle ol Tom Martin of Perryville at 4J cts a poundand 1 on the head and bought fourteen kead cattle of Morgan Arnold Tuesday at 34 per head Democrat B Frank Bedforn sold to Tom But ler 30 plain 675 pound cattle at 4c aud II premium to Mitchell Lisle 25 head of yearlings at 23 per head He also sold to the following 247 to J E Clay 150 to S G Clay 100 to Matt 40 to Drake Thompson 40 to Wm Wornall 20 to Mitchell Lis le at from 325 to B H Crow delivered to John John son 43 hogs255 pounds aver age at 93 75 Powell and Harper sold Allen Wilkinson a lot of 135 pound hogs at 3Jc and sold to Mate tingly of Marion a saddle horse for 100 W W Lyon bought of D C Allen and L C Dunn 100 No 1 ewes at 440 and sold to various parties a lot of Southdown bucks at 10 In terior Journal THE NEW WAY N used fe male diseases could only be treated after lo v by Dread of such treatment I kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering troduction of Wine of Cardul has now that ninetenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention taken In the privacy of a womans own home insures quick relief and speedy cure Women need not hesitate how Wine of Cardul no humiliating examina of female troubles disordered menses falling of the womb whites change of life It makes women beautiful by making them the drug store For advice In uses requiring special The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn WIADDISOHMDCiryMlJisayj I use Wine of Cardui extensively in And find IU preparaUoa for female troubles enjoyable Fair hundred flat I H J stockewes 375Paris Kentuckian to WOMEN Of examinations physicians Theta demonstrated at simple pure WIn requires anydisease Of bykeeping symptomsthe elt Kenney this week 0 cal Iitidiii QOUTE National Dental Association and Dental Protective Association Nia gara Falls N Y July 27 August 5 1899 Independent Order of Immaculates Montgomery Ala August 8 12 1899 East Tennessee Educational iation Mossy Creek Tenn August 2325 1899 Sell only in Tennessee Deutscher Kriegerdunt of North America Chicago 111 August 1315 1899 International Association of Fire Engineers Syracuse N Y August 2225 1899 Independent Order Red Men Great Sovereigh Grand Lodge I O O F Detroit Mich September 1224 1899 Colored Camp IWtfCtlHff High Bridge Ky Greatest camp meeting of colored people ever known in the Sttte special attractions Turner and Saltern will Speak Excursion rates and special trains via the Queen and Crescent Route August 6th and 13th Ask agents for particulars R KINNAIRD INSURANCE National D Ieware Milwaukee ronnuticHt Glens ls American PheHix of Brook jn New York Uude riteis Xlyerpwl GIbe Nortk Britkk lUlretanUIt QUEEN CRESCENT Ass c September I Represen1inFolloin JDla ies A n Iahtlie 1lliuUoatI 4 FGerm et QlIIWfl ofitlileRtal J4I Jitci 1111ft113CI C ONLY ONE CURE ii FOR SGROFIItA Sx There are dozens of remedies recommended pi 10 Scrofula some of them no doubt being r i afford temporary relief but S S S is Kftlflftmf tfl the which completely cures it of the most blood diseases and i the reach of the UDSllIKill UlSliSBi many socalled purifiers and tonics because some more a mere tonic is requiredis equal to trouble laid never fails to care itgoes down to the seat of the disease thus permanently eliminating every M Ihe Griou to which Scrofula surely leads should impress those afflicted of no time upon treatment which can not possibly effect a cure In many cases where the j been relied upon complicated glandular have resulted for the doctors insist thata dangerous surgical operation is necessary f broke out on the glands of my neck awhich lied to lancetfand oaased me much ering I t tr atefcfor lonftwhil rbut the physician were unable m and condition wan as as when H began Many blood remedies were used Iwithout effect one recommended S S 8 and fIbegan to improve as soon as I had taken a few bottles of the disease to retura Swifts Speci- flS S S FOR THE BLOOD J8tead jf enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely itnples Sores Ulcers etcInsist upon S S B Won Wood skin diseases will mailed free to any address theCompany Atlanta Georgia A TO MANKIND P TABLERS BUCKEYE r i the Only r at tpabsol thiS Scrofula S S S tr oft nt uen upon haS HE of Abad case of Scrofula rtheirtreatment remedy I was hae a a Ci tltlJ ywhich can nd ttf ateblOOd jt y upon and not with the variousucalled toni etc from can cured tocureTetter S I az place and SwiftS ecific BOON S v u Mule leone any blood importance Mr Ga write was a soon curedand never sign promptly reach cure relying experimenting tiklta a f A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS frvktlf 310 lid Hid Strut ST LOWS WwES FIALWD SIll STORMES DRUG STOBE ZgJ2BE NATIONAL HANK CAPITAL fioeooooo op SURPLUS J2000O08t LANCASTER KT A President JMO STOBJC K3 Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier Ii R DaNNY E J F ROBINSON JR Asst Caahr R T EMBRYBookkueper DIRECTORS Sam Jaa SplTman Alex B Denny A C Robinson W B Cook L Davidson 3 no K Stormei W S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain w th Vitalized Air Office the New Thompson Building 1 D Cochran fA a ABUSINESS BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY E NHRTSJ AND 4i CURE PILE I PUBLIC SALEOF A Garrard Go Farm I will offer publicly on the premlsss On Thursday in ifl 1899 THE DR REID depotThewell Improved with good new residence o chard and all necessary outbuildings such a office la the yard smoke houae carriage house Ice house c Also splendid slatted double corn cribs capacity of 4CO barrel two tobacco barns one of which I new stock barn andtenant house ELEGANT COMMUNITY within one hundred yards of church schot I house and store The farm will b offered In two tracts 242 acres with the Im bid or bids accepted which realize the greater Sale will begin at 11 a m TERMS balance In one and two years with G per cent interest T D ENGLISH Aucr Danville Ky FRichmondand post otfice tractsdividedsum distantOF SALEOueIhIrII cash W I LRTCHEIt i Central Covington Stock Yards Covington Kentucky extra expense and time In addition to the lo cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the market for all kinds of Stock When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of benefit to you Central Stock Yards Co Commission firms will give prompt attention to consignments tothe 1 EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the yonn man oryonug woman who would win t Is of first Importance to get your training at the school that strand la the very rank THE BRYANT 8TRATTOX BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY being conceded front II success su late SULS Seven experienced teachers each cf Ut ia his line prominent positions all over the United Htatea It will be mailed to yoi one foraR Consign your stock to Babenstein Harris Connerl i j 1 Livestock Commission Merchants Cen l Oovington Stock Yards Covington ky bill c repriTilegcg C tralCoy Stock per onl atteifttoitT Wi9 h t Stock Yards jnC O lMiHD w i n i h 11 iL IorUnion our gton it p giv year stock a tt 104 a