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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST I 3, 1899. ONE dollar, a year. ' f Lot of Hamricocks at cost to close WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME. A out. J. C. TjtoJ am standing a nice Jersey Bull at R. L. Elkin $1.00 cash. m25tf I IVantek. IMIIMIMIWI Hens Sic. per pound.- - Sixty tickets were sold to Richmond fair yesterday. Notwithstanding the Intense heat during daytime, the nights are delightfully cool. No goods carried) over from season to season. Joseph)(nakes them go at any-olprice. The su'pper given Friday night by the Ladles Aid Society was largely attended and a good sum realized. d fall stock. We cutjnd so you will tind thegreatest of bargains at Joseph's. "We must have room; for our immense slash pricey, of the hotel and opera house are growing with remarkable rapidity. Messrs Ryan move things along with lightning speed. The walls- - & llcmp. 'vBtc Frank B Marksbury bought on Tuesday one linndred and ten thousand Wltat a Clrcu pounds of hemp atJM.25to $4.50 per hundred. 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! money for groceries elsewhere, when Faulconer & Galhes are selling fresh goods of "all kinds, includelng nice vegetables and frtilts. Quit what? why, paying cut all your agent for Superior, 'and Haworths Drills the Kentucky best known In Kentucky. This place Is head quarteifQFJjllklnds farming G. S. Gaines is Comtns Back. Dr. Goldstein, the optician, will return to Lancaster and be at the Ham Will Beat-ti- t You. ilton House for a few days, beginning "Why not take in the C. & O's cheap next Monday. If your eyes trouble trip to Old Point Comfort? One you, see him by all means. He makes spends enough money on little trips to no charge for examination and consultake one of these which will be of to him. Why not go tation. somewhere' and see somthing worth Held Orer. Burseeing. GillPrather, who shot-Roton at Paint Lick, was brought before Joe's Clo.e Call. Judge Burnside and held to the grand residence of Bro. Joe Waters.at The jury in the sum of $1,000. He was re'S anfoid, caught fire the other day, turned to jail, not giving the bond. n uut being" a fullmeasure wounded man still lives, Baptist, Joe had an abundance of wa- Burton, the from Paint Lick say he but reports ter at hand and the flames were quick- will not get well. ly extinguished. . bt. ten-gallo- impliments, speciaftlesTTk-- E Avery's Disc Sulky plow, and the Ghattanagua walking plows. KonTncoTT. The Danville fair will be the' event Ladies, co me see tne wonderful bar The biggest bargafas ever offered of the season in Central Kentucky. the people of Garrard are now going gains now in (r clearance sale. Noth ing is carrier over at Josepn's. . Spring chickens for sale, 9 and lOcl .at Josephs. per pound, cash ..11. B. Korthcott. , Wantei. Sacks Sacks. Iron and bones. Farmers bring in n. A B Marksbury & Son keep on bnild-in- g Lawyer Johnston is hand new sacks, and will sell to the a handsome residence out on old machinery, good price paid. . ,'HLB. NOttTIICOTT. tf farmers at cost. Danville street. ; Farmer)), Attention. "Why not SDend a week at Rockcas money to LoaBt v Storage furnished for wheat See tie Springs? "We will give you good On good real estate;; For. partlen-lar- s JJ. G. Ward for particulars, Lancas- fare which we know will content you apply at The Record office, tf. ter Mills & Elevator Co. H. Hommel, Mgr. City Council meets Monday night. Apples. Agents for Dan Smitt & If you have no grievances,, thinly up Mrs. Hendrickson has the thanks of vllle Steam Currey, laundry, Work shipped some. The Council delights in hear- Thk Recokd for a basket of tine apand received daily. Shirt waists ing troubles. ples. "We are now fiixed for pie three specialty. Office at Batsons Dry goods times a day. Come over, "Walton. store. tf. Rockcastle Springs now open. Take i a little vacation at this lovely resort, "Born, t(o Mrs. JVC. Rose, at residen Cbeap Globe.Trottlns What Tooting. and you will return better prepared ce of her father, Rev. Ira Partin, Go and have your fortune told at for work. tf line boy. Dr. Acton, .the attending the "Ye Old Romany Rye" Gypsy Camp, at the Lexington Horse Show Stamp your checks before sending physician, says the young man is Fair and Carnival, Aug. 8 to 12. so fortunate as to handsome little fellow. to banks. Parties have a bank account ought to buy a Storeroom For Kent. "Well, I Don't Know Wliat to Do." stamped check book. "Will rent room I nowyoccupy and (Soug and Chorus.) Very catchy world's champion give possession at once. Stock of goods words and music the accompaniment Dr. Carver, the shot, will each day give an exhibition now low and. will be soloes a whole at alone making a splendid schottische J. W. Sveeney. or march. Send 4c. In stamps for of fancy shooting during the Lexing- a great bargain. sample copy. Address, Issac Doles, ton Horse Show, Fair and Carnival, Honor for Mike. Indianapolis, Ind. August 8 to 12. M. F. Elkin was elected supreme sentinel of the Maccabees of the world Good. Fine Fowls. crossing has been made at the at Port Huron, Mich. He is now in A Mr R L Elkin took a trio of his Black workhouse and one can now walk from line for supreme commander which Minorcas and pair Pekin ducks to the Square to the depot without hav- pays $6,000 a year. Richmond fair Tuesday, and was given ing to swim through very many pools. first prize on both over a big display Calmrjr Horse Wanted. of fowls. The birds were much adS. T. Harbison & Co., will be at Good Work Done. mired and Mr Elkin was offered $15 The Stanford Journal says there has Burton & Barker's Stable in Lancas- cash in hand for the pair of ducks, been a great work accomplished in ter, Friday Aug. 4, from 8 to 12 o, clock which he refused. the name of the Lord at Pleasant a. m. to buy calvary horses from 14Jto Point Baptist church, Rev. Ira Par-ti- 15 hands high, to weigh from 900 to Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Broaddus, Mr, of Lancaster, acting. as pastor, for 1,000 pounds, 4 to 7 years old, sound B. L. Kelley and wife and Will Broad It. dus are at Slate Lick Springs this and in good fix. the past three years. W.-Mcn, hb. The fair at, Danville will be old fashioned in every respect, the kind person enjoys. Burton Dead Joseph's cl frand nee sale is drawing Burton, the man shot by Prather at many people to wn. Paint Lick, died yesterday afternoon fX -- Come and See Cow Sheep for Sale About 300 nice, young ewes, fresh tf. from the mountains. W. E. Cook. Drenching days have come. The melon-coli- c Home grown watermelons are selling on our streets at from 5c. to 2o.c pentiuentiary. Nice Horde Sold. W B Burton sold to Beazley an ex opera house cover so much space that tra nice gelding for 8125. The animal a visitor asked if we were building a has never been broken. . Preaclttns at Waynesburg. Rev. Ira Partin will-til- l his regular appointment at Waynesburg Saturday and Sunday. T. J. IlATCnEC. rains have put new life into everything: There's no kick coming now for want of water. Building Lot. you want to bqy nice Building If Lot I can sell you oW from 1 to 4 acres cheap. T. Cuueey. Best butter and milk" cow In town Forale. The Best Two-Ho- rse Wagon Brought to Lancaster. THE NEW FLORENCE, The outer walls of the hotel and Pike Contractors. I would like to confer with contractors 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 O. W. Potts a paying basis. Notice to Go to Work. The other day we heard this question asked: "Why Is it some people are doing so much talk against water"Because," replied Jim works?" Hamilton, "they've got a darn'd sight more time to talk than to do anything else." And we see where Jim Us right. 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 Kauffman's guests. Bis Cattle Show. Col. W. S. Beazley has received a letter from Shelby T. Harbison, secre- tary.of the Lexington, fair, giving a long list of short-hor- n cattle entered for show there. The list shows en tries from all over the country. This will be a great attraction to cittle raisers, and they should go and see them. The fair is Aug. 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. Stock YurdH. 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 passea 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. Ob seems we have Stanford and Dancombin run, as ville on to on us. ing of commercial N Saunders, asks us club, Hon. Gold Great Bargains! For thirty days we will offer of Bargains in un-heardof Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods. Some Odds and Ends in Ladies' Ox fords that we will Close out Regardless of Cost. 25'Pant Patterns in Foreign and Domestic weaves that we will close at less than . Manufactnrers' Cost. noted in issue, died morning. She had early been ill of consumption for a long unexpectwas and ed. 3Iiss Bessie was a ot H.twenty-secon- d Clay Arnold and in year. ne was exceeauigiy orignt, members for call a meeting of young lady, and had scores action towards a family and admirers. Danville commercial of in council in our efforts club and remains were laid Southern railroad extension." Cemetery Dairy. afternoon. Mr. Jesse Walden and others, have 'Km Up. established a dairy which will fill a A big revival is in progress in our city. They have colored long church, and a dozen fine cows now, and will members seem awaken demand re herd as add importance of repentrace quires. They have a handsome dairy ing and devilment. city, received from wagon, Row in a body and and will deliver milk appeals those residing make blessis a town promptly. stop lives of sin and be ing those who do come fold. in worried keeping a cow in town. proheads charge of appeals to his race are cession and About said be very forcible. He certainly survey conLand owners along big job ahead when he tackles line and become rea- has fall Row. All law abiding people views on damages. sonable in wish his well give Several have agreed of way free of cost, as they see whereSubject in thjsy will, be amply repaid by Dr. Lapsley McKee hands in road. is following subjects for services named: construction - of now absolutely no doubt morning 10:45: ''Remember and will come rbad Will be day Holy," keep county we able Ex. 20:8; Evening, 7:45, Parables of will of way. give compared, and Draw-net- " from some money "to buy 3 13, and 13; has many people-TnVis-Io- n Monday evening 7:45, cash will be readily to, we believe Bones," Ezk. 37; of in is forthcoming. As frequently School lesson for Aug. these columns, we will have no trouble 13. Teachers, and older Sabenough money if no one school pupils especially invited. people and demand twice to gouge A Maa. land. Those people value of very glad line now runs are learn over whom our We un- good friend, W StanWalton, of kind of persons who will has recovered from a due advantage of anyone, and ford severe spell of illness. as present staked out, short, route is we need have no working men one of of exhorbl-tan- t figures being asked. we ever saw and its a wonder he holds The people realize that the securing up as well as he does. He is cooped of this road is the salvation of the in his den from 6 a. m., 'til late at county, and if we let the opportunity night the year round, save Sunday, slip we will settle into oblivion, and and we suspect his ever ready quill is always expect to payjtjrrice as much o7ten dancing about on the Sabbath. You ought to take a rest, brother. as do our nftlhboring Wwns. You have certainly earned a vacation. 24-3- 0, 36-447-5- 0. 4. Ilard-Worklae Is not only that which is un consciously dropped by one per last lnesswas a Trail. Thursday It son and picked up by another. they are the not her death the Journal: time, Listen Such a happening is called daughter president the rhe her to J "Luck" by the fortunate indi an to Its attractive night to take vidual enriched with Somebody The friends with the their great have much sympathy to city else's property, but there is not bereavement. The get the to rest in the Lancaster Thursday Lancaster half as much luck attached to Stirring at the that occurence as there is to you felt want Methodist the about buying goods from us. In the determined to the to the to the their latter case you are not likely to quitting their the just anywhere in They visit Battle be called on to refund the to earnest great This there to their not want to to amount you realize from our The minister into the meeting the the bargains. And the more you his the Railroad. to the a buy from us the more money into tinue to Battle their undertaking. in him you find. In fact every bill of to the right for Service. the the goods you buy of us represents There the coin of the so much picked-ubut that Sabbath built the to the Sabbath it are to if through ths realm. take "The Tares the fight It the Matt. this, but Matt. Never mind who lost it. It talked Record "The the Dry This may be the manufacturer, it stated the Sabbath parents may be us occasionally or it tries bath getting the may be both. The fact remains the the not to are the that take P the the that YOD find it,. and Finding's if the Journal, though built at Keeping. the hardest fear. He's Death of ITIUk Arnold. Miss Bessie Arnold, whose serious p ? stock of If yon .ire In. neMl of. a good Buggies, Pheatons and KmUWagons Joe Uiklass, the new barber. Shop farm Tasmi, got our prices. down, will give ;i'b!g cut in price5-f- ur N. E. corner Public Square. All work They are the,low.est. the next thirty days. W. J. Romans. done in the latest style. Give me a trial. tf Gaines & Faulconer will never te out of fresh vegetables. Have what Cutting It has been some time since the Deo you want sent to you, by ringing up pie of Lancaster Wid Garrard county 100. Their goods are to a Queen's have witnesseduch deep cutting of taste. Free delivery. . prices as is now gding on at Joseph's. Wet. Biggest bargains aver heard of. BEAZLEY &BAUGHMAN The local option election in Walker's school house district resulted in a Don't Read Thin! FUNERAL DIRECTORS, August 1st we will have for victory for the wets by a small majoi- After sale the best' coal in any quanity at ity. The temperance people are much the lowest price. It will pay you to disappointed over the result. see us before buying. Ofllce and yard For Sale or Bent. opposite the Granary. W. B. Moss & The property (store and residence &Co. tf. combined) of Dr. Thomas B. Nichols, at Paint Lick, Ky. For terms, will on Notice. "Not having the time to collect them, or address W. I. Williams, attorney. 3t. I have left my accounts in the hands Lancaster, Ky. of E. Brown for collection. All those Taxes Due. ndebted will please call at his ottice. Town taxes are now due, and prop the Police Court room and settle at ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM once and save cost. W. II. Lackey, erty owners should come forward at once and settle. This has to be done by E. Brown, agent. 4t. BALMING a SPECIALTY. ind those putting it off too long will be put to extra expense. The 81,000 Stake. E. M. Walker. CollectonJ. hV ii The big stake for saddle horses at &c. , Carpets, C, Richmond yesterday, was won by Bepubllcnn Candidate. F. Sandidge's Preston. Carter Wa Ky. We asked a leading republican who gers' Frenchman got second, and they would nominate for the legisla Crenshaw's Monte Cristo, third. There were eleven entries. Col. W. S. Beaz- - ture and he said there was a strong W. McC JOHNSTON. JOHN T. JOHNSTON be- ey, of Garrard, was one of the judges. feeling for Lewis Walker, and he ieved the clever auburn-haire- d attor JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON ney would be the nominee. Mr Walk BIc Colored Wedding. Mr. Allen Salter, popularly known er is well qualified for the place. Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, as "Chick," the affable and accommo Itltfht You Arc. dating celler clerk at Stormes' Dreg LANCASTER, K Y The interests of a town and the ad Store, were quietly married Tuesday evening to .Miss Shaughnesey Mill jacent county are mutual. For this dale. The bride and groom will be at reason farmers should recognize and Jso.T.Uays. J.I.Hamilton. J.E.Iobin'OX home to their friends after August 6; appreciate the fact that a good live town near by is a great help to the far Hays, Hamilton & Minssira, number 13, Chute. mer, just as good as a good agricultur iTIucli Needed Improvement. al county is essential to the town. Attorneys and Counselors at Law. The Recoed recently referred to Whatever helps one, helps the othe- rto the farm gate .now used at the Exchange. LANCASTER, KY. Cemetery, and suggested that a hand some and ornamental entrance be made. The present one would lock ery well for a farm lot, but is out ot place where it now does duty. We have the prettiest Cemetery in Central Kentucky, and, as the trustees lave money ahead, there's no reason gate should why a decent, not be erected. New Uurber. In order to 7 cat-myja- rgc II. II Lancaster, FINDING MONEY up-to-da- te DRY I ipt. CENTRAL RECORD .BVXaY PAINT LICK. MT. HEBRON. McCEEAEY. CARTERSVILLE. New wheat is selling for 63c deliv ered. Z.OVZS LAHDRAM, Pabliaker. Burton, who was shot by Prather, is improving very fast. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Mr. Isham Napier and Miss Ida Kinnard, drove to Richmond, and .1 . IU UW IIUi 11 ABIUU .ooj ..v..v,Hmv ...... " TIKNb BIZ Jf OITTKI. (TUBS " J6 Sam Campbell has on exhibition at jusn & tjo.s store, a large raiue snaiie, eleven years oldcaugnt near THURSDAY Ausrust. 3 biate Lick Springs. HimirlAhArrw Kill ninpwpnt. in ihiu'Niub Jiiarisu, wuuuiv. juu 5at,,rdav cms hats with remrueu irum wy cuuouy, sayi. mere t that team and were defeated. Score no need of sending troops there, and 7 to 11. . . .Berea and Paint Lick will will recommend changes in the law so lock horns Saturday 5th, at Paint that the Governor will have the pow- - Lick Everybody lnvite(L er to appoint special judges in such Everything is looking beautiful at- cases and power to send troops with ter the rain storm we had last Friday, u iuc D.1C..U. ui .uo bufc W(J ui;wc fQr another nQW 1TUK BY 1 h-is- Thank you for admittance to'vour Quite a number of the ypung folks Born, to the wife of Joshua Barker, of this neighborhood went toDripping happy circle. a boy. ' ;Mrs John Bolton bought of Mrs W L. Burdett sold nine shoats to B. F. Springs Sunday. All report a jolly time. L Allen several nice turkeys last week Robinson at $3.40 per hundred. Miss Ora Hendren, of near Kirks Oscar Hammack has accepted a po Mrs Pftflchlfl Grow nresented herson. llle Warner sition offered him by E. L. Keohler to Norman, with a new buggy last week. yille, is visiting , . f run a blacksmith shop in this town. vn n Old-Fashioni. ed, . ta vt..tn u..we ouu tVo Mlccnc w "" Misses Jessie Allen and Gertrude and farmer, is building an addition to Maraen mis weeic.... miss ai uong Roop were the guests of Miss Maggie has returned home after soendlne a Bolton, Sunday and Sunday night anaram uuraeu, naa a norse uj w.ek with r(oatives in Jessamine. I8ft Grand Military Band. Mrs Geo. Allen was on the sick list $2,000. in Premiums. break its leg last Tnursaay. wiarne Miss Pearl of our clty is visitr several days last week,,, but we are Duncan also naa a young norse oaaiy in MI Nn. snflftrs t,his week glad to note is able to be out again injureQ on a Wire ience. . Porter Wearren is ahle to be out aira in ti temporary re- - after having the measels. . . .Mrs. J Miss Bessie Bolton, who has been the What you want is not guest of Miss Jennie Allen for several lief from piles but a cure to stay cur- - m. Layton, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is vis- - weeks, has returned to her home in ed, Dewitt's witcn tiazei aaive cures itmg her mother Mrs. L. Gulley Richmond, much to the regret of sev piles, ana tney suiy curea. Tne SOothing and healing properties eral of our young men Miss Celia tjtormesurug otore. lm of Chamberlains Cough Remedy, its Williams, of Indianapolis, is visiting For catalogue send to Real estate is on the boom in this pleasant taste and prompt and per her sister, Mrs. Granville Jenkins'. . (vicinity. James Middleton sold his manent cures, have made it a great W L Allen has sold out to John H. C. Cheatham, people everywhere, farm your .. preparing t nin ..nA itsIsduty? liver tired? Does it fail todo J. H. near here to Mr.his property, and- favorite with the McRoberts druggist Smith and is regret veryto emigrate to sit- For sale by R. E. Dennis traded Texas. We If so, don't neglect its call much to irive one n. uated on Sugar creek, to Mr. leater Miss Alice Sadler started this morn Mr Allen up. He is so useful in the other. That's the only way such forhelP - A few doses of HERBINE nu uu.ow a.,u mg to Liaiceiana Asyium, as sne nas a community, and r Mvei'uuaspeiiutbicKiitsi!). nan,. Miss Jennie, we tmiihio ovni. Wn ctnnnfld in nth. "' Horse Show, Fair Carnival. BINE is the only perfect liver medi- - Ed Clark and wife, spent Saturday position at that Wee. . . .Mr. and Mrs, just can't give her up.... Mrs Edna Lexington or Pnnnttpc cine, it cures unuis ana j? ever. .trice night ana Sunday witn Airs veggie Brown, of Mercer, is visiting Mr. A Armhurst, who has been the guest of C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Burdett.... J H Montgomery and wife, t. Harden as he remains quite ill at Mrs James Roop for a few weeks, left Gov. Bradley was petitioned to 50 cts. Mr Misses Marv Taylor and Viola Mill- - were at the in lcnoiasvine iair n naay his home on Sugar Creek. . . .It seems last Sunday for Silver Creek call an extra session of the leirislature to repeal. the Goebel election law, but ion, of Richmond, are guests of Mrs. ....bamuel Duncan ana sister, tau,ie, like Mr. Burton Robir, of Madison and Mrs John Wells attended the pic II. 12, Miss he declines to do so unless a majority Charles Hudson, near this place.... are visiting relatives near High Bridge county comes to our neighborhood nic at Green Briar Springs Sun- - Jennie McQuery was the guest of your right often, as he was here again of the members Aill say in advance Miss Elizabeth Embry, of Richmond, WouldHaye CoHtllimllli Life. IVTiKK rtr humble servant Saturday and Sunday day, but perhaps he has a girl here. t Vir will' vnfn Tho rrfivnrnur i vlfiit.lncr ATlSS .TpnniP PnrfcK 1 nav lcn usinS Foley's Kidney Will Hammack, after spending $25,000 Civei Away in Pirses aid PnioiaBS, 25,001. asks the question, "What right have Eliza Rucker and her friend, Miss Nerve. ' i"c" quite a while in St. Louis, has return 1 to expect a body of men to repeal a Lyda Champ, have returned home yUM: ai,u Was the resultof his splendid health ed to his home.... Mrs Henry Hurst much delighted with their trip, and inB Bde u, purniaueub cuiu ui kiu law they passed over my veto?" iumuv wu.u.- - Indomitable will, and tremendous en and family, of Hiattsville, were the had a nice time while they were gone. ue' """ J ergy are not founa where Stomach guests of Mrs Fred Keohler, Saturday Democrats who are dissatisfied ....Miss Bettie Francis opened t Unexcelled. aiuim-miu juuih-- j On ...14.1. a mn, hnr shool nn t.llfl 31 t. nit. Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of and Sunday .!,. 4.tirA. Walter Hammack, of r Oscar Bowman Lebanon, Ky. order. If you want these qualitie Lancaster, paid home folks a short to organize and nominate number of young people attended the ing efforts C. C. & J. E. Stormes. and the success they bring, use Dr visit last week Mrs Fred Keohler Hon. John Young Brown as a candid- - picnic at the blate L.ick Springs, bat- King's New Life Pills. They develop spent last week in Lancaster, attend Dhhe Elks, Diving Hirsts, 5 6iiiltss Woidirs, Wi Btcjcl Din. ate upon an independent ticket. The urday. every power of brain and body. Only ing the Institute MARKSBURT. W L Allen is on Goebel papers say the effort will not Imperfect digestion and assimilation -, 25c at R. E. McRoberts drug store, lm the sick list at this writing,say produce disordered conditions of the hold wate- and the The Greatest on Earth. will begin the they will not only nominate but win. system, which grow and are confirmed i5 Miss Katherine Moore Academy New Featurs from All Nations. moath school at Rice Remarkable Resou. BRTANTSVILLE. by neglect. HERBINE gives tone to 7. Mrs. Michael Curtin, Plainfield, 111 the stomach, and causes good diges Aug. Eliza Smith, of Lancaster, be- - Miss Miss Allie Dunn will begin a select makes the statement, that she caught PREACHERS VILLE. tion. Price, 50 cts. gan the publicschool at Mason School school at this place Sept. 1. For Catalogues, Blanks, etc., address: . cold, which settled on her lungs; she C. &J. 1 House July 31. Those wanting nice hand made sad was treated for a month by her family Richard Pettus has returned home E. W. SHANXIiIN. Miss Grace Tudor, of Crab Orchard, from Broadhead. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy are dies will' find them at J. S. Haselden's physician, but grew worse. He told is visiting relatives in Paint Lick. The drouth in this vicinity was her she was a hopeless victim of con Lexington, Ky. spending several days at Crab Or- G. W. Evans sold a nice mare the Mrs. Dr. Ramsey and daughter, Miss Mrs. George Durham is very broken last Sunday by a nice rain. chard sumption and that no medicine could other day for $175.00. Lucile, Miss Emma Odor and Miss tow Excursion Rates on all Railroads. at this writing. Dr. Kinnaird is Dr. Pinquend's house was burned cure her. ner druggist suggested Dr. Will Elmore sold two hay stacks to Ai,,,!.T.Mri,nvPonnfftnt.hATirinninr AfiJc attending physician. .. .Mr, and Mrs. last Friday night about 12 o'clock, King's NbW Discovery for Consump W. B. Ragan for $7.40. !nrin1Kf,,ta.n wonK.ct,v T. L. Broaddus, accompanied by Mr. Origin of fire unknown. He and wife tion: she bought a bottle and to her G. A. Siler has gone to the moun Jennie Wallace, of Point Lea veil, is William Broaddus are recuperating at were at the time visiting in Moreland delight found herself benefitted from visiting Misses Russell and Mayme CLita T.inl- - Cnrintri: tains in search of sheep. TlavS P ITlim. m first dose. She continued its use and t Ramsey.... William Tudor "one" RevF. S. Pollitt preached at the , , onun; a luuaiu uiubs luuicucu uu .ui after taking six bottles, found herself young men, t our Taint Lick society Methodist church Sunday night. sonville, are visiting friends in this Colby Jenkins- - on last Tuesday night, sound and well;..now does her own J. O. Siler sold ubmifc HQ lious to H. entwas very highly crtained last in community.... Mr. Ternando West, e0od crowd greeted the nunils and housework, and is as well as she ever F.Robinson for $3.50 per hundred. little son, of Kansas City,. all cnu,ttei, temselvea ;reditablv. was Free trial bottles of this Great V"""?" Mo-- , are visiting friends and relatives We are having tine rains and the and did much honor to their teacher. Discovery at R. E. McRoberts Drug Z Only 50 cents luiontna.uimjcwniuui,. Mattie McCormack Muyme and Rus- - at this place.... Rev. S. C. Humphreys Miss Mayme Ballard received the Store. guaranteed. and $1.00. Every bottle medal ffered the claSS' v! The county is having rock and grav- - seU RamscVf Marv Jennie Wal. One in ZT'ZIJZ el put on the pike at this time which lac(,t Lucy Francis and Grace Tudo- rRev. L. Clark, pastor of the Metho and one in the evening. neeaea. JUDSON." is oaaiy dist church here will begin a protractMessrs. Harry Francis, Dave Hervey, Messrs Brown & Cress, our enter- Joe McCormak, Stonewall Norman, ed meeting on the second Sunday in liuns Irritation. prising ixaaers reiurnea irom uoccas- Walker Guynn, R. L. Jennings, Dr. C, this month, and will be assisted by S. W. Sanders sold Alec Walker xa LwC w"a" "1r,T, tie witn a nice ouncn or sneep. Presiding Elder Pollett, of Harrods- bunch of hogs for $3.50 per hundred. K poyntz and Jim Rucker. Mr. and For Sores, Ulcers, Burns, Galls, hnrir fiorvlnac will fnntinno nvor Urn "Willie Grow sold Alec Walker some Bird Mathona has had his cattle Mrs. W. S. Fish, Mrs. B. M. Lear and SaW Jhe Sunday. Saturday, previous to third hogs for $3.50 per hundred. out on grass for a month, and found Mrs! Jack Adams, chaperoned the nothi"& s0 &d a Banner the most healing medicine in Sunday is our last Quarterly Confer on weighing they had lost a hundred crowd. It was the most enjoyable Geo. Grow paid Mr. Brown $55.00 for C. C. & J. E. Stormes. 25c. ence meeting for this year. pounds. event that has occurred around a two year old mare. Those who live on farms are liable Paint Lick for a good while. Refresh- WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Brack Grow sold Charles Simpson STONE. not only effectually expels worms, but mare for $30.00. to many accidental cuts, burns, and ments were served about 10:30 o'clock, is ""equaled as a tonic and is a certain bruises, which heal rapidly when BAL- - which were delicious. Every one went C. M. Moberley sold a cow and calf Miss Carrie Preston, of Bryantsville onH nnrmonnnt. nurn fnr flhillc ;inrl LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is away saying what a lovely time they spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. . , nu.w, ... ,1 I ... t,. nromptly applied. Price 25 and 50 cts. had. Mrs. Shumate makes one enjoy iui uus. ,. c ever in uuuuieu. .. i ito T. Turner.... Mr. John and Willie Sam Murphy nought or A. ts. uiarK themselves when in her home. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. 1n Lane made a business trip to your ciima mrn ;it. Stl 7.r lipr hW. Mrs. J. C. Fox and children is visit city Friday Master Joe Kelley, of Keep Quiet, T. L: Sanders sold to Ben nudson a Taylor Burdettj Saturday and Sunday inir her hrimfi folks at, Somerset, Nina, was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Nancy Dunn, of Bur Margaret Lane Saturday and Sunday !s and use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera yoke of oxen at 3i cents per pound Sister Portum of Tolesboroush ...Little Miss visiting her aunt. Sister Clav....J. B. and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains C. M. Moberley bought of C. T. pin. visited relatives here last week .Mrs. George Grow and children ot the stomach and all unnatural Thompson a bunch of nogs at 3 c. per 7-..Mr. and Mrs. Crutchtield. of Lex-- are spending a few days with her sis Hutchins has returned home from ington, are visiting in this vicinity Barboursville where he has been on looseness oi uie ooweis. ii, aiwayj, poUnd ter Mrs. Lizzie Teater of Gunns Chap .ncnoDeris arug htore. business.... Mrs. Bettie Archer will cures. a nrotracted meetinjr is in nroeress Mrs. Welch and daughters will visit pie. . . .Mrs. Joe Simpson and daught " home this week to Burgin daughter in Richmond next week. ers, Celeste and Suela, of Buckeye, return at this place, and nice crowds come her Gallery in Central Ky., having This Is now the most Miss Mary Dunn is visiting in spent one day last week with Mrs. J.F.Payne is on the sck list out to hear our splendid preacher. NINA. been recently equipped with Richard Robinson has been complain"Pmnt Folder solo" to A T Rife for Burgin.... Miss Hattie Jennings, of Dan Ray Mrs. R. A. Stone, of , Mrs. Emeline Lane is visiting her k- iug for several days. d ta Tames Hill of Lower Garrard, is visiting relatives in your city, visited her parents, Mr. arid d m wAm Xtmnamu T An Thm grand-son- ; W'iley Prewitt, this week. Rp..ntvin. nI... aa morps fnr Paint Lick.... Miss Mayme Dunn Bal- - Mrs. Morton Broaddus, last week. . . . Story of a Slav. The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies ,aru ,s vs,""b "erauui,, mrs. uuui qo Tiie aroutn was completely DroKen Some of the boys of this community, j.u ue uouuu iiauu auu iool lor years on cundav niui, 30th ult, Nnwwhni that toiK. in Lexington . . . . airs. iNancy attended the Teachers Institute last by the chains of disease is the worst shall we growl about next? to eradicate worms rrom tne system Dnnn ls visitii,g Mrs, Jack Dunn this week Mrs. Elsina Ray, of Sycamore TXiATTXR. give the child plain, nourishing food week. ...Dr. Elliott's sisters, of May- - Valley, form of slavery. George D. Williams, is visiting relatives and friends Mrs. W. T. Cotton, of Leroy, 111., nnrl WRITF'S ORTUM VERAfT - L.u ji i of Manchester, Mich, tells how such a nntvari Tnof 1 LVI vl a T.npfrp Stnnlf nf thft Very Latest desiorns in Mould- - 1 O U UOU fc Mrs. Love Snoonamore. of the Jim King, of Texas, is the guest of here slave was made free. He says: " My The result wil1 ii? week h r 5 J ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be Hubble, and Miss Finnel, of Danville,-wertv r wnrmii will nlsnnnenr nnn T.ne trnlinii.i- - uucie, ti x, wife has been so helpless for five simplest Photograph to . . .ur. oieuu-i dim xiuiii&iuu. ins '' appreciated. Suitable for framing from the the guests of Mrs. Wm. Wall become healthy and cheerful. Price mnn nnrl son iiw vlsltlncr Ills f:it.her. S 3Tears that she could not turn over in Sunday.... Mrs. Margaret Lane is the most;Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the New French Ml Zo CIS. Kj. L,. CC J . Ta. CSlOrmeS, bed alone. After using two bottles of Tho criioctc nf t.bo spending the week Li.imuouuuiuHMuwi Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, "FLEUR-DE-LIS with her sister, uuu,. ' Electric Bitters, she is wonderfully im On Thursday, July 26, of Brain family of Will Dunn last week, were Mrs. Ben Kelley, of Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require Nina Miss auu wuiiiu w.v. t. tlio proved and able to do her own work." .artuuitui;! uiuaiciiu:, nf slvteen months. XIW, Alnnrio Partly nf ATIiMIpbW. Emma Naylor a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prioes. received a box of choice ar i... n..l This supreme remedy for female dis uuuui icaui uu uaujiiuiii ourw. ht:iu ti..i o,... ui "Vr ...,1 M-- o w,.lf.- ... ttiii illiu urpuuL-iiiuncu- A 11 ui t uaw shells last week from Egmont Island, .mi. uuu j'iio. ii uii- n), rialllc line xui own We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. xwo Mormon preacners are tramp- - ord Ranev. at Lock No. 8, passed to ville. Eleanor Caldwell. Ruth Brown. eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep Gulf of Mexico. I think one of the ie.vuei, iiieiauciiuiy, iieauacnc, oacK- - ing uhj biuuhj uvci in mjuivh ui mjihl' i,s reward. The child had sutfered on- - Jennie Burnside, of Buena Vista soldier boys sent them, but don't tell ache, fainting and dizzy spells. This house in wnicn tney will attempt to hy a few dayS and all that careful it, for I may be mistaken. miracie wording meaicme is a godsend aeiuae some u accept, ineir principle nursing and medical skill could do was Volcanic Eruption we5lK wcKiy, run aown people, oi religion. L. P: HUBBLE.. J gvo his life, but the death " done & Are erand. but Skin Eruntions rob A Metker Tells How She Sared Her xverjr uullic sudiiuwcu. viiiyuue. roiiowmg party or ri lends, in ancel claimed him and he passed to life of ov. Bucklen's Arn ca Salve ATTORNEY AT LAW The Little Daughter's Life. Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist, lm search of health, will go on Tuesday the brighter shore. Services were con- - cures them; also Old, Running and AND REAL EST.VTB AGT. ' I am the mother of eight children LANCASTER. KY to the Slate Lick Springs, Ben j. Kelly ducted by Rev. W. F. Neal at south Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, and have had a great deal of exper SWEEttEY. and wife, J. L. Broaddus and wife, of Fork church at 2 o'clock Friday after-- Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, ience with medicines. Last summer Acres "Vanear Marksbury, and others will like- - noon, and the darling was laid to rest Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, ray little daughter had the dysentery Thirjy-Thousan- d L. R. Perkins sold 50 barrels of corn ly follow later in the week. in the burying ground at that place. Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out in its worst form. We thought she luable Hardwood Tiniber and to Curt Robinson at $2 per barrel in The local option election at Walk- - The bereaved family have the sympa- - Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents a box, would die. I tried everything I could Mineral iands for Sale in the crib. Cure Guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Mc think of, but nothing seemed to do er's school house failed tt go dry Dy a thy of this community.. L. It. Perkins sold to J. Lunceford, majority of seven. Too mucll QsWBfissaJEvBsfllMl Roberts, Druggist. nti- lm her any good. I saw by an advertise- SoutfcrEtern Kentuclgr. ne.rWalnutFlat,5Tstockewesat82.dence in clmreU members was the ment in our paper that Chamberlains Special Bargains in Blue . r PT.iTwnnn Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy daughters, of Hubble, are GraaiFarms. was highly recommended and sent and visiting relatives here and attending Also a eood , ota James Worrel bought a cow from got a bottle at once. It proved to be t lls postdolng work m the the protracted meeting.... Miss Mary i James Pointer for $20.00. asssssaasMsaPy one of the very best medicines we ever KSIGHT3 OF PYTHtAS SldSLer b Mlieyaru. r.onvoll nnr tP:wher :it. Scott Fork. a. morgan oougnt a ouncn or rat The FrGedom BanMst, chnre.h house ,MB varv ct,.t vrnav ..,nris!,t,,rH!,v James Worrell bough t a calf from had in the house. It saved my little heifers from Cyrus Eason at 3ic, and will daughter's life. I am anxious ; for ' 'Garrafd todge No. 29, Knighst completed in about ten days, Mrs. R. A. Stone and little daughter, wi" Rothel (of co1-- ) ior one fat cow from Jess Saunders at 3c. whon aii wno oncG knew hpr wm nflt c. , , rn vtcItln lmr ft)thnr Mr m every mother to know what an excel! Oscar Hicks tut ca. shot Do one car load of hogs from different know her ,0 Khe has with. Broaddus and attending our meeting of col. through the thigh last wee k, ent medicine it is. Had I know it at of Pythias meets every Friday per uuuureu, o stood the storms for 99 years, and now parties m James Wivrell sold a cow to Mrs. first it would have saved me a great ....Misses Arkin and Dora Murohv I laBBBHBBBtBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV snipped a car loaooruogs touncin- - Iooks better v than ever before. So visited relatives in Jess:imine last M. F. Cormney for $20.00. 1 JjepppBi deal of anxiety and my little daughter night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g uuuu.uuj. come ann see us and nnr new house . , vrn,i.r.. ti,. ..nri ir.n.Hair v f - ..... ir:.. uuu uaa wwu much suffering. Yours truly, Mrs. okbu uuuaivt .i i uuic ouaiiicici. nhn hc hun Knights are fraternally invit3Iiss JTannle Austin has returned we will be glad to see you, and 1iave Hubble were the visitors of Miss Mvr- - snenriMni? a few davs at W. H. Furies. Geo. F. Burdlck, Xiberty: R. I. For RotanrMotlMaaa liume 1IV1I1 au extenueu VlMtlUinenus VOU WltO US. tin TrnYwrW SMirdav nlirht, und Sun- - raMrnoH lmnu Worlnosfla v evenlrior. sale, by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. ' " Ed Bishop, C. C. ed. and relatives in Richmond. . . .Mrs. J. the little daughterof C. One feeder In Atchison county, Mo. F. Smith and children returned to The time is drawing close when a During the civil war, as well "as In is feeding 10,000 hogs and Thompson in very hi at tms writ convention will be called to nominate he is per J. S;HASKUJEN; K.R.ficS . their home in Crab Orchard Saturday, ing. .. .Ellis Mathews is suffering with our late war with Spain, diarrhoea was a visit to relatives in this vici- a candidate to represent this county a very painful cut on his foot.... Mrs. one of the most troublesome diseases hapsithe most extensive swine feeder after .KBBBBBBBBHBBBBBaw in the world. nity.... Mrs. H. B. Arnold, of Rich- and as a voter I would suggest the Ellen Crane and little daughter Cassie the army had to contend with. In Southwest Missouri C0, candidate to be chosen iust like Mad- W. E.-H9is mond, and little daughter, Mabel left Tuesday for their home at" Lex- many instances it became' chronic of big red apples Manycalled the land Clare, and baby Cecil, spent several ison chose hers, which is fair for all. ington, she once lived here and her and fine the old soldiers still suffer from it. areisuccessfully, j managed orchards Then let the people act as men Cknnmission ICerohants, days with her mother, Mrs. Bell Auson this should act, and elect their ticket in old friends were glad to have her to Mr. David Taylor of Wind Ridge; Kflllt.fiprn nlnna ntln "VaL.o Mrs. Minnie Harvey and Miss tin Greene Co., Pa., is, one of these. He spend several days with them. peace and harmony. Lena Rogers, of Lancaster, and Mr. uses Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Willie Stone, spent Sunday and MonWhat among human ills are more Rev. J. M. Yingling, pastor of the Diarrhoea Remedy and says he, never 'I- Bedford Street Methodist church, at day with Miss Pearl Huffman, of Dan- annoying than piles? The afflictions found anything that would give hjm puua ville. I UNION STOCK YARDS, that prevent 'active exerciseare'(bad Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords hu uiaijaoaima jomr bkim ua xumm jam miw For sale by g iiitii ta Bam toto. Uae aay Carlcuat'a aamaa ujwttm to hMt enough, but one that makes evenrest Dr. 11 MCRobertS drugglllt. Fowler nm watck tkm imm.Ttm aWI tfat Di-It llTM tfc CUUlW. miserable is worse; Women are asaong nhamlrlaln f!nllr Tholera and oaa aeaa. taoa dfacts after taUarriot 3k. Qtrm It m coaTiacM. r Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has its greatest martyrs,. TABKBR'S arrhoea Remedy. I have used it and Or. lives of thousands of croupy BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENTewill know others who have done so. I have savedjtbe Infonaation rsgardlBf live stock cheer- Lancaster, children. It te&teo withoul ml equal core tWmost otatiMtucaat. .Price, never known it' to fall, li is a sure i cure when taken in time." 'For sale SOcts. in bottle, iubes75c. : for colds and whooping cough. p oe734i Bnaa; p by R. E. McRoberts druggist. Ct tQUaS' McRoberts Drug Start. C.C. & J. JL Stormes. Woik R. I. McRoUrt, ' ,,'. DANVILLE FAIE. AUG. 30, 31, Sept 1. I 11 I (,MWot.m;0i, I Kentucky Exhibition. r Mule Race. Two Big Cake Walks. RoadsterMaddlePremiums$15to$110 iiuu 1 J., 7ti: LtTZZtJ BRIGHT, Secty. Danville. anl ii August 8, 9, 10, 1899. i I I pru I T.V,r 7 Amusement' Features - The Midway!! ar - ZZZ' Prd,n ZJZ w'Tt;; SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW - AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M' ROBERTS. ST. I Fox Jlvi Cralle vy. PAMVIIiTiT, te lCarvlo3Ji Tilts Iinse Li I SJ S 1 ,irp I I "NT I 1 I , Wheeler Wilson Sewiflf Nacbhie. i?ihm.tMw,f .nZr lP JJjSritSS2S Ia I i i ."v t,.i Ball Bearlifs 3S AL& !, xalYr :or - --2s Very Best Clothins at Low Prices. FULLY REALIZING THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE, OF COURSE YOU WANT THE f WE CAREY TEE BEST TOBE Tiff ci imp CENTR AL RECORD. THURSDAY, August 3 I8O9 G. M. Patterson the mountains. has- - HAD AND SELL THEM FOR THE LEAST MONEY iI pdauhaaki t- - rr ticularly upon the "Imagination," showing plainly the importance of developing 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 instructive and consumed the time of the recess. system-matically, nAiivn i p Miss Eugenia Bush is visiting friends in Stanford. Senator George Farris fort this week. is in Frank- Mrs GresUam has gone to Livingston to visit relatives. Miss Sallie Tillett is visiting relatives in Hustonville. Miss Marietta Crow, Qf Louisville, is the guest of Allle Arnold. daughter, Miss Edna, of Chicago. Ernest G. Brown attended the street Ben Herndon, - Herbert - Kinnaird, Fair atNicholasville Saturday. Frank Marksbury and 'several other attended, the hop at Mrs Waites and Stella Houston are pumpkin-studStanford, Friday night. They were visiting relatives in Cincinnati. royally entertained and report a lovely s, returned from votional excrcies being led by Rev. Massee, who delivered a most interand practical address. Having Sam Duncan, Will Collier, Bedow esting a teacher of children, and still Morrow, and many others took in the been being a teacher of men, he is in symRichmond fair yesterday. pathy with the teachers in all their Mrs E G Dick, of Crab. Orchard work. His address was full of encourSprings, accompanied by Mrs? Bloch, agement and inspiration to every earnof New Orleans, were in the city est and conscientious teacher. Tuesday. They report a large and se Mrs. Robert Elkin then came before lect crowd at the Spings. the Institute in behalf of the cause of The editor of this paper feels high temperance, earnestly asking the ly complimented at being made an teachers to aid in the work, not only honorary of. the Dan- - scientific instruction but also by orille Fair, which exhibition will be ganizing mothers' meetings,and thereby instruct the young more the biggest event of the season. and also more effectually. Agnes Intermediate reading was then disMr. John Donohue and Miss returned from Louisville Saturday, cussed by Miss Sallie Anderson, Mrs. accompanied by Miss Ella Mahoney, Creager, Mr. Evans, Miss Royston, Mr. of that city and Mrs. Bellman and Postel and the Instructor. Advanced Hunley Singleton and family are spending a few days at Irvine, Ky. Mrs. John E. Stormes is in Richmond visiting and attending the fair. Miss Lucy Arnold leaves this week to visit friends in Washington county. hop. Capt. W. C. McFarland, who has never recovered from the wound re ceived in the battle of San Juan Hill, writes that he will come to Kentucky in a few days to visit relatives and re cuperate. Jim Crow Dillon has returned from Cincinnati, much improved in health. Miss Lillie Arnold is the guest at her aunts, Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold. Miss Mary Arnold has returned from a pleasant, visit to Nicholas ville relatives. 'Squire W. H. Kinnaird returned Saturday night from a trip to Columbus, Ohio. Eph Engleman, wife and two chil dren arrived Saturdav from Phoenix, A rizona. Eph says our old townsman, G. Scott, and wife, are in good health, and Mr. S. gets all the work he can do. Mr. R. E. nughes and wife, of Lou isville, are visiting their parents in this city. Bob's work on the Com WKDNESDAY. mercial requires remaining up nearly all night, and he is enjoying his vacaInstitute opened at 8:45 Wednesday morning with music. Elder C. D. Mr. Claiborn Lear, who has been tion greatly. quite ill for several weeks, was much Tom Hammond and Frank Pumph- - Powell, of the Christian church con ry, or this office, went to Cincinnati ducted the devotional exercises, after better today. again Sunday after more red lemon- which Mr. Lewis, of Mercer county, Mr. John B. Brewer and children, of addressed the teachers in the interest Seeing the big of the Michigan Correspondence Lebanon, have been visiting relatives ade and popcorn. Nor crowd, they wanted to know why they mal School. vicinity. in this bad court day in Cincinnati on Sun According to program, previously Mrs Dr. O'Bannon and children, of day. arranged, the morning session of the Stanford, have been the guests of At the Nicholasville street fair, the Institute was converted into a "Mod Mrs B H Batson. first prize for fancy turnout was given el School" and Mrs. Gulley proceeded Dr. J. L. McKee was ablelo till his Miss Mary Annie Wilmore. She drove to hear her Mental Arithmatic class. pulpit Sunday, and has about fully re- a handsome English coach horse to a She was followed by a class in reading, covered his health. stylish, rubber-tir- e trap. With her conducted by E. W. Baker. Next Mrs. W. J. G roh man and children, were Misses Mary Welch, Lilly May came recess; then followed a history of Tampa, Fla.. are visiting her fath- Hemphill and Ora Wilmore.- - The class with Mr.. Postel as teacher, and premium was a dozen handsome silver this by a class in spelling, conducted er, 'Squire Ike Myers. spoons. Its perfectly natural that this by Mr. Moore. Each class employed Claude Royston returned to Chicago party should be given first honors, as thirty minutes of time and at the Saturday, after a pleasant visit to his a handsome bevy could not be found close was freely criticised by the other fathers family in this city. anywhere. teachers. Mr. Ben Potts, the Buckeye miller, This session proved to be most enter recently returned from Martinsville, TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. taining and perhaps the most profitrheumaIndiana, much relieved from able one thus far, and occupied the The Garrard County Teachers' In entire forenoon. tism. Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Lear, and stitute convened at the Court House After opening the afternoon session 10 o'clock Monday,- - July 24, and pretty daughter, Burney Guy ton, have at was opened with devotional exercises in the usual manner, the explanation returned from a visit to friends in Lex- led by Rev. J. C. Massee, of the Bap- of the "Tense Tree" was eiven bv ington and Nicholasville. Miss tist church, and Miss Bell Burnside was aAllie Dunn. Next on program Geography class, conducted by The. handsome and accomplished presiding at the organ. Prof. Patterson, who took for his sub Mrs. Hubbard, who lias been visiting Miss Elisa Lusk, the County Super the family ol Mr. W. H. Wherritt, re intendent, then made an appropriate ject, "Kentucky," and instructed his class in such a way as to both interest turned to Covington Monday. address, after which Miss Eliza Smith and give new ideas to every one presJIrs Mattie Busby who has been was elected secretary. Prof. Patter ent. An excellent paper quite ill at her home in Williamsburg son, Principal of the Graded School of ject of Punishment was on the subnext read by is much' better, and her sister, Mrs. Lancaster, then gave a stirring ad- Miss Shumate, who was followed by "W N Bush, will return today. dress, showing the good that may, and ought to result from the Institute; others, including Mrs. Yocum, who gave some very excellent ideas, which Miss Annie Kennedy, one of Rich- - the duty and part of each teacber.and Bond's most charming young ladies, also laying before- them the plans for were fully endorsed by the Instructor. "How to open and close School" was has been visiting her cousin, Miss Ka toe weeks' work. Institute tbn ad briefly discussed by several of the tie Mae Arnold, at Hiattsvllle. , Journed 'til X.o'clock. On coming together in tbA after teachers. Mrs. Louis Landram returned from The question "How to prevent whis Trenton, Tenn., Sunday morning. noon, Hon. Robt. Breckinridge;' demo pering" was next considered (but not Misses Marksbury are now visit- - cratic candidate for Attorney Gener decided) and then "How to seat The the al, was gvien the floor and addressed Pupils," iag Mrs. A. H. Rice, in Nashville. was next discussed by Messrs the audience for about one hour. Moore and Evans. After a recess of Mr. J. Joseph and son, Arthur, re The Institute then sang Columbia, fifteen minutes theChinn School-booturned yesterday from a ten days' visDripping Springs. Mr. Harry and proceeded with its work in a gen Bill was discussed at length by Prof. it towbo-weup with them, will re- - eral discussion of the subject: "What Patterson, who gave as his opinion For, can an energetic teacher do toward that the bill had several very objec days longer. BialB a few improving the appearance of a badly tionable features, and should not be kept house and grounds, providing come a Jaw. At the close of this Sen- necessary apparatus, arousing interest or Jose Donegui, a "full blooded Span in apathetic parents and children, lard" rendered a piece of music on IfflHlMllTKiSkll violin in a way that was a rare treat " After sihging.'a recess of fifteen min for the entire Audience. The Insti utes was taken, after which "Methods tute then adjourned(,to meet at 8:45 of teaeting.reading, writing and spell- Thursday morning. IfceeSalTraiajia , ing combined," was presented by the Instructor,'? and' also d fee awed with Institute opened on Thursday morn kwterest , by, Mr. Evaae, Misses Roys-to- ing In the4iisualinaqher, he Sallte'AndersonMr. Jker,jand belt 'led by ,BeV, -- 1 II t Vi.94-Uth- . others. 'AX tte'ckertfcMBcwfeio' f--l f Will II Xowr Mooed 1 Aatcav'forTulrfiiiaiti the Wib)ct-Psyc loiogy wa introduced and dinriwirrl k reading was also briefly considered by Prof. Patterson and Mr. Postel, aftei which a song was rendered by the Institute which closed the morning ses sion. After opening the afternoon session with music, the subject of spelling was introduced by Mr. A. R. 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, Patterson. After a recess of fifteen minutes, Miss Scott introduced the sub ject 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 attention. - n, College at Winchester, was introduced 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 beginning the work. Dr. Pollett, of Harrodsburg, was also introduced and spoke briefly, 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. Patterson, Mrs. Gulley, Miss McCarley, Messrs. Baker, and Moore, each one speaking briefly. Oral Geography was then discussed by Miss Royston, who occupied the time very pleasantly till the noon recess. The afternoon session opened with music; and Miss Allie Dunn explained to the teachers the use of the "Tense Tree." as given .by 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 county's teachers, explained fully his most excellent method of teaching Mental Arithmetic. 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 present. The last exercise of the day was a paper on the subject of reading, by Prof. Patterson. Many new, valuable and practical thoughts were present ed 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 au dience was shown by the hearty cheer ing which followed. After a few announcements the Intitule adjourned until Friday morn ing. FRIDAY. After recess Dr. Pierce, of the Wes-leya- n being held at that tmie .should be brought into the Institute room as an "object lesson" in Civil Government. The request was granted and the lesson was instructive to many. Dr. Wesley then addressed the teachers briefly on the subject of Physiology, after which the Institute adjourned till 1 o'clockl After opening in the usual manner Prof. Patterson talked briefly on the subject of Composition and was followed by the Superintendent in a short address on the Common School Law. The various presidents next reported the time and place of their respective District Teachers' Associations. This was followed by "brief farewell speeches" from the Superintendent, the Conductor, Mr. Evans and Mr. Moore. No! it is not claimed that Foley's Honey and Tar will cure Consumption or Asthma in advanced 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. Aa Incurable Caae. Phipps Would you call De Tanque a setrared. sultory wrangling which resulted in dipsomaniac? She Why haven't you told me that Quipps A kleptomaniac, rather. you had been married? cutting off, gouging out and otherwise He Who said I was married? Phipps But mutillating the report, the following She I can tell by the way you take Quipps He can't resist the tempta remnant was adopted. InWe, the Teachers of Garrard County, tion to take something, can he? Town all the umbrella for yourself. Topics. dianapolis Journal. believing that our present Institute Political Haraioajr. Xataral Query. has been more enjoyable and more "Bring- forth the olive branch." said he. Frank Hello, old man, how's busipractical than any one formerly held "The size? Ah. that's the rub: ness with you these days? here, Resolve; That we hereby extend Just let It large and hefty be Tom O, I'm so busy I don't have a For service as a club." a vote of appreciation to Miss Lusk, Washington Star. minute to myself, night or day. our Superintendent, to Prof. PatterFrank What's her name? Buffalo VAIN REGRETS. 'I. son, the Conductor; to Miss Willie Times. Belle Burnside, the organist; to Miss A NoUance. Eliza Smith, our faithful Secretary, Mr. Hoon I don't like to ask Jabber-to- n and to the many others who, from about his health. time to time, so ably added to the InMrs. Hoon Why not? terest of the Institute. Mr. Hoon Oh! he promptly tells me about it. Puck. Resolved: That the Institute feels that it can not too severely condemn nil Ardor Explained. the conduct of teachers who have actJack Why did you kiss Mamie so ed in the Institute in a way that they fervently? Are you engaged to her? would not, and should not permit any Charlie No; but I was, and she has pupil to act while under their charge. consented to break off the engagement. If what we teach should not be practiced, do not teach it if it should be Doth Asreed. practiced, practice it. He When a man's single he's Resolved: That we repeat what we His Wife He's a fool. "Just so. When I was single I wantsaid last year, that we believe we ed to get married." Brooklyn Life. would gain far more instruction from a normal, conducted by a Competent Prexloaaly Acquainted. instructor, than we do from the exist- "Our old bookkeeper says he is making 200 a month at his new place." "Ah, Billy, once w wuz jest as in "Yes 200 mistakes." Chicago Daily N. Y. Journal. nocent as him!" Record. Tit-Bit- s. The Committee on Resolutions then presented its report, and after wasting much time in unnecessary and de- STORMES STORE No More Shakes. try Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE. LILLARD & STOUT, DANTILLE, KY. CAN SELL YOU Paint Wall Tintings Don't Toko m Weriklit Svtokut&. Insitt on YUCATAH. pflCE, SQc, Cheapar than any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced ME an! LIFE INSURANCE The Institute opened Friday morn ing with devotional exercises led by Rev. Ira Parton. After a brief talk by Prof. Patterson on ti e subject of Mental Arithmetic, Mr. Evans introduced the subject of Civil Government and bought out and interesting some valuable RE olclicberts. ing form of Institute: that as we fine opportunity, we will try to have a Normal substituted in the place of the present Institute. Resolved: That we favor a uniformthoughts. ity of text books throughout the State, eMr. Letcher Owsley also favored the making only such exceptions as are Institute with a mast excellent speech necessary for the demands of the oh the subject of "Mob Law Its schools in cities. Causes and Remedies." At the close E. W. Baker, of Mr. Owsley's address, and at the re. Mrs. T. C. Gulley. quest of. some of the teachers, Miss Committee Maky E. Tojclinsom Lusk asked that an examining trial K. F. Postle. M. P. Andebson. It was then moved and seconded Bill be than the Chinn School-boo- k 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 Institute adjourned. E. W. Baker. SPKIHGHELD FIRE AND MAfiIHE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE J. S. HASELDEN, Attorney at Law, Lancaster, Ky. X. J. NOTARY DUNN PUBLIC, BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY GO LIFE INSURANCE OP NEW M SiTerpr ail Aieit for ORGANIZED liWisii&HaiiltiiAgts Ofice orei Post OBce. Lancabtkb, : : : Kentucky AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO caristtfrs Liver Please Remember The middle of the year is past and settling time is at hand. PRIONS N1TI0NU U oflaigastei.it. Capital, Smrplas -- Bill, Oeraau tfiO.OOO Fa4 a te Pwier &KS The HAS NATURE WARNED YOUT cl4 la tke aarlj- faito ot sprlar.bloMoaufortlitraevudflowtnaiMtmr Ue AMMdeat Cfcor t TlbraU to UtU, Um toat calif ktfKl ot all, Bpriartlaw Ami. how 4a Nature tKTMlf - soLicrra. AttaatMa M .lavaffal aad f. X. LVWM Prenat Baraataa ItMam - Htaamaera-A- INDIGESTION n, dvo-.ttbAjfa- rite l1 I m. AtmiM wyli'bj iinm. .uon'tiau teap. a4 Vtat If ao, to atast mot paaa tkU'waralar laolcattoa ot Nctaaaa; arM tua; cnaaalt aa aa aar aarlea coata tm MtMar. iraffgiat a4 ocN a fcotUa of Call Dr. Carfitoat'a Qanaaa Lira Pavaor. Taka aoaa a oar at kaa Uau for ats aaratkaa fonawbrafoMrfata; akottla oTacataa Cattl Tealc toUowlur tla aitactloaa aa aftar two waaaVcoaraa ot taaaa tirartw'raaaaataa, rem wltt feat Hka'tha fcwata loak ia Um asrfa. .j rra para yaaraauiy taa WMianai fiaaaifi ia faH wt frail. If j 1W? iiltau 'a nw J wgiktnm ?McB6bertg, .AMtetaat Gaaal Knnr due me and must insist Wun that my friends call in IftBCTOftS: 1.M.11IIHIWU, LlWMY.LBATBU, aid settle. Iili)MMi T..Awa, at. C. Ahhi, Ja. I.Mnn, a. t. m. O. O.B. T. Liatbu. Hroaa " - Caaala XcSobtrU, SaHitO-TWt- tt J.J.Wj faMST.I 'xl STATE NEWS TROOPS INEFFECTIVE. . PICK-UP- S. A great military band has been se cured, at considerable cost, to furnish the music In fact, a genuine, enjoy. able old Kentucky Fair will be held. For catalogues and other lnforma- -' tion apyly to Henry C. Bright, Secre tary, Danville, Ky. tf Mr. J. T. Stewart received two hun dred lambs at Rose Hill Tuesday at 5 nts a" pound. Mr. 'SAm, Forsythe has purchased a bunch of fat cattle ol Tom Martin, of Perryville, at 4i cts. a pound-an$1 on the head, and bought fourteen head of fat cattle of Morgan Arnold, Tuesday, at $34 par head. Harrodsburg 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 stock ewes to the following: 247 to J, E, Clay, 150 to S. G. Clay, 100 to Matt Kenney. 40 to Drake Thompson, 40 to Wrri. Wornall, 20- to Mitchell Lis le, at from $3.25 to $3.75. Paris Ken- tuckian. B. H. Crow delivered to John John 3on this week 43 hojsy"25o pounds average, at $3.75. 'Powell and Harper sold to Allen & Wilkinson a lot of 135 pound hogs at 31c and sold to Matr tingly, of Marion, a saddle horse for $100. W. W. Lyon bought of U. C. Allen and L. C. Dunn 100 "No. 1 ewes it $4.40, and sold to various parties a lot of Southdown bucks at $10. Interior Journal. ! - ONLY ONE CURE 1 1 1 JOHN G. BLAIR FOR GOVERNOR. TJao . , wm'IFpt1 MffiiWi ilf Inspector Reports on the Fends lie Suye An Extra session of the Legislature " Kngonttlieoia King out the falsa Piney forests of Norway We br5as to yu 1116 Ring ia the new Ring in the true" 116,9 and 11116 from f 1110 Ii""ot Neceiiary. Popallttt Mast in Stats Convention at Fraukfort. Ky and Nominate a Full state Ticket. IflD vPDfltlU i vii uuiivi ui-Only A ni DR. BELL'S -T- ar-Honey Nature's most natural remedy,- - Jmproved by science to a FlcasantiPermaneot, Positive Cure tor coughs, colds and a!l inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhila The sore, weary coggh-wor- n iriucus is cut out ; the rated ; the rcicrobe-bejrrin- g cause of that tickling is removed, ana tne imiamea menbrancs are healed and soothed so that there WW f I In imff ' N,' ? llis-ilJl1 AM 63 YEARS OLD, mo neycrnstM Kr- - .HlaV 4 V COLD EY.ALU GOOD DRUGGISTS V Bottlea Only.' 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes YOU GET CI BE SURE ... n Frankfort, Ky.. July 28. The populist state convention Thursday named a lull state ticket, John G. Blutr. of Nichols county, was nominated for governor by acclamation. The platform adopted indorses Wharton Barker, of Philadelphia, for president, and Ignatius Donnelly, of Minnesota, for vice president. It the former populist national platforms and declares in favor of government ownership of all public institutions as a means of stamping out trusts, emphasizing the gov ernment ow crshlp of railroads. It condemns theGosbel 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, grand jury shoul6j"'tT6ro.Ug'hly investi- - for whom the populists of Kentucky voted in 1898 fo president of the United Slates, by his guc nit: Killing uj xoui .iJiiKer uuu in- pubUo endorsement of the at dict the guilty man if the evidence will Louisville, and the platform there adopted. warrant it. assumed the responsibility of endorsiug the The inspector recommends that the criminal attempts of corrupt elements of Ken ..next, legislature si6ula give c rcuit tucky politics to subvert the ballot. pre In order that 'judge's more nowervin'pelccting juries served forever the populist partyvmay be and free from fraud, bosslsth and that thogovero'rbquld be given political corruption, such as now' dominates. Frankfort, Ky.. July30. State Inspector Lester made a lengthy report on the Cluy county situation to the governor Friday, but it contains nothing 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 he present condition there .doeu, not necessitate a special .term of court in.August, but that at the regular October term the i Ittl.aVP3 courts nit!rnn?!iiindcnll!S. irntr unrJ ctroa-r- . lira, il. A- - Mcuxilo. Vtniucab. Iforriblc Dentil. r Mr, John Iluguely, a ptominent of near Burgin, died Friday night J ii clc BretUliJritJsc'h Speech. as the result of a very unfortunate ac The "copy' of our notice of Judge cident. He was at Burgin superin speech court day gol tending Breckinridge's the loading of a number of misplaced and the omission was not cattle and while passing between two discovered in time to correct. The cars was run into and crushed to death. judge is the democratic candidate- for Mr. Iluguely had just finished his attorney general, and a mighty good work and was started to town. The man. conductor of the train passed between "The E!c!c Sheep' Friend," the cars and Mr. Iluguely attempted 2cv .Son? tells a beautiful story. to follow lnm, when the engineer Music Catchy, ISasy and well suited. started to make a connection and he stamps for com was caught between the cars and badSend five two-caplete copy (introduction price). ly crushed. lie was extricated and "Sweetheart Mine" or "Ringlets," tiken to his home, and died within same price, or the three for twenty- - two hours without regaining con live cents. Address Isaac Doles, Pub sciousness, lie was nuried in .Dan lisher. Indianapolis. Ind. Send this ville cemetery Monday at four o'clock. Mr. Iluguely was about forty notice. far-ne- MnrE LogeI sol judges in felony ci&eS'vvhere the regu- lar judge can not sit. He thinks the goverijor;c9uld l.vtve taken no action that would" have' checked the strife and can .do npt)ijng now underthe law that lie has not done to solve the problem and that an extra session of the legislature-inot at all necessary. The inspector's report, when read between the lines, indicates that an extra session is beyond the realms of possibility unless a miracle should change tha governor's present view. s There are dozens of remedies recommend Scrofula, some of them no doubt being ah afford temporary relief, but S. S. S. is abeol1 Rcnwdy Equal to this the only remedy which completely cures it. Scrofula is one of the most obstinate, blood diseases, and is beyond the reach of the ir many purifiers and tonics because Obstinate Disiisi. more than a mere tonic is reauired. 8. S. 8. is equal to 'any blood trouble, and never fails to cere Serofahs, baeaa it goes, down to the seat of the disease, thus permaseatly eliminatisf; sverj . trace. e theiaiat. , ... XaseriouscojDse.quences to which Scrofula surely leads should impress upon those afflicted withlt the vital importance of wasting no time upon treatment which can not possibly effect a cure. In many cases where the wrong treatment has been relied upon, complicated glandular swellings have resulted, for which the doctors insist that a dangerous surgical operation is necessary. BaBBBSIaf Mr. H. . Thompson, of M illedgeville, Ga., writes : "A bad case of Scrofula broke out on the glands of my neck, which had to be lanced? and eaased ate much sulering. I BaBssm was tfeytejUbr a lonft while, but the physician were unable tq .cure me,' and my condition waa' as bad as when I began their'treatment. Many blood remedies were used , but without effect. Some one recommended S. S. 8. , and I began to improve as soon as I had taken a few bottles. Continuing thte remedy, I was boob eured ermaoeatly. and have never had a sign of the disease ta retura." Swift's Sseife S. S. S. Is the deep-seate- el aome-thin- THE DEATH OF VOGEL. Thioe Arrents Follow Iteznrdln;; It On is a 11 urn in, Mi.l Nervous from Re. cent Sickne.s. Owexsboro, Ky., Aug. 2. The story told bv James Hocheimer and his Ne gro farm hand, George liullit. about the alleged finding of Edward Vogel crazy drunk, with an ax and a jug, and helping him over a fence into his years of age and was a prosperous far own Held, where he was found later One On tTs. mer of that vicinity. His wife, 'for- dvinir from wounds on his head A Lancaster man was considerably merly Miss Dannie Cromwell, of Fay- and spine, was so suspicious and con ta.-A STATE CONFERENCE. ujnn when in "New York City ette, and two children survive him. tradicting in important particulars soma time since. He asked for a ticket 31 r. Iluguely was in this furnished by Mrs. Hoeheimer, that all Dtiuuorats Will lia Called back home and to his surprise the county a"nd had many friends here three were placed under arrest. She The Together at Woodtam! I'ark, Lexagent told him there was no such place who deeply deplore h i s untimely slates thitt if they helped him over the ington, on Wetlueiday. as Lancaster that lie ever heard of or death. fence she knew nothing of it. Mrs. Hoeheimer is a frail, delicate woman that his maps showed, but he would Lexington, Ky., Aug. 3. The state irladlv sell him one to Stanford, The and still nervous from recent sick- conference of the demo gentleman from Garrard's booming crats will be called to order at Wood' capital hasn't gotten over it yet and Tree Uprooted. land park Wednesday afternoon. So urobablv never will, while Iev York Mt. Sterm.no, Ky., Aug. 1. A ter- far 15 counties have instructed dele rific rain and wind storm which passed gates to be present, and on the basis merchants will never sell another Lan over this county Saturday did great of the Louisville convention this will castor firm while time lasts Stanford damage. II. li. Young's tobacco barn mean about 280 delegates. Several Journal. was blown awav. The was wind so other counties will hold confer A I'alnt Licit Rntorprifec. strong that an immense tree was torn ences Tuesday, and it is expected Salvo, put up by Adams' Fistula up and blown against a stock barn in that fully 500 delegates will be If you are fading under the weakening Adams & Fish, Taint Lick, is meetin P. Johnson has left infiuence of "female troubles." do not which Mr. Young had taken refuge. present. Maj. P. with readv sale every where. Persons longer experiment with useless or dan- Ihe whole end of the barn was the city and will not be present, but who have used it say it's a inarked gerous drugs, but try crushed out, and he had a narrow es Gov. Urown is expected. When Brown success and a sure cure for Fistula cape. is nominated the convention will claim Swinney, Scratches. Enlarge Bradf ieid's Female Regulator Polevil, party emblem and will order to bo Prohibitionists In a Dilemma. is sold on It will regulate the menses perfectly, and ment, Creasy Heel, etc. It Louisville, Ky., Aug. 2. The pro placed at the head of the ballot. The reLcucorrhoea. cure Falling of the Womb, a written guarantee, and money Goebel ticket claims to be entitled to con Headache, Backache and Nervousness. hibitionists of the state held their " funded if not as represented. party emblem. It is a harmless vegetable remedy, which vention here Tuesday. About 50 dele the use of the puts the menstrual orqans in .perfect gates arc present. They are in a di Married !u The Street. Found the Body. stops drains and pains and lemma at present because Rev. M. P. During the recent Street Fair a health, weakness. Lagrange, Ky., July 30. The body Hunt, of Louisville, who was placed icliolasville, the crowd was treated Sold at drug jtorcs for $1 a bottle. governor, declines to of Malcom Thompson, of. Brookeville, to a sensation, by the marriage in JS BEADriTLD RZGCLATCX CO., Atlanta Ga, on the slate for who was drowned in the Ohio river run. front of the Court house of Miss Alice while on his way to the democratic Smallpox lu Frankfort. Kent and Mr. E. L. Murphy both of Frankfort, Ky., July SO. The city convention about five weeks ago. was LouisGoldstein couple drove up Little Hickman. The council of the state capital held a spe found floating in the river three miles to the platform where they were recial session Friday, and. upon recom above Westport. this county. The ceived by a committee, Judge Phillips Eye Specialist. mendation of the health board, again body was identified Friday morning performed the ceremony,, nearly all of issued orders closing all churches and and sent home. ihe merchants of Xicholasville gave prohibiting public gatherings indefilldeclm Sold. the bride and groom presents to go tp who was here recently, will return Mon- nitely. A former proclamation of this Lexington. Ky., Aug. 2. Joe H. housekeeping with. week. Thayer Monday sold to Roy Mil.cr. of day Aug. 7th, for one day, only. See kind was rescinded last brown Macou, Ga., the To Improve the Rtiad. Mule. him at Ilmailton House. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 1. The Lex- horse Ilderim. by Simmons out of a At the Lexington Horse Show Fair If your present glasses fail to- give ington City railwsy has filed a mort- - Cuyler mare, for 82,500. Ilderim has and Carnival, Aug. 8 to 12, the management has not forgotten to provide you case and comfort there's some gage to the Columbia Trust company. no record but Monday morning he trot for that most useful animal the mule. thing wrong is it your glass or your of Baltimore, for 81,500,000. The mon ted a mile in 2:14. ey raised by this mortgage will be used They will be exhibited on the lirst eye? CoL Davis Martla to Marry. to improve and extend the street car day, and the. premium takers will be Richmond, Ky., Aug. "3. Announce probably connecting Lexington well repaid for making the exhibit. ment is made of the coming marriage Qustion lines, several surrounding towns. with Get a catalog from E. W. Shanklin, of Col. Davis Martin, a prominent pol with You. A glass is cither right or IMtober llraahear Keleaieri. Lexington, Ky., and read the host of itician of Brassfield, this county, and good things in all departments. Louisville, Kv., Aug. 1. Pitcher Miss Temple Oldham, of this city, and wrong; there's lio middle station. If 2t. Judge John of your present glasses are not satisfac- ISrashcar was released by the colonels sister-in-laThere! u Question About it. Sunday. He will probably go back to C. Chenault, tory, I can make them so. I encoun- the western association. 2Tu question indeed with those who Catcher Xewsboy Strike Kaded. have used it, but that Foley's Kidney ter unusual eye defects, the kind that Schrcckcngost was recalled by the St. Lexington, Ky., July 3a The news club and left the Clevclands hero is absolutely reliable for all Kid- puzzle the average optician. Louis Cure boys' strike was ended here Friday by ney and Bladder diseases. your eyes FREE with tlie most scien- Sunday night. the boys agreeing to relinquish their C. C. & J. E. Stormes. tific instruments. ! Sot a Bolter. claim for return privileges. well-know- n anti-Uoeb- in Kentucky, as well as in other states, as cx- empliUcd in of the late spectacle con the democratic convention. policemen trolled by and others scut there to defeat the will of the democratic masses of Kentucky, and the republican con vention at Lexington, controlled by redcrul office holders, we Indorse the policy of applying to the management of the people's party, as far sb practicable, the principles of the di rect legislation in nominations and the cou- duct of the parlv affairs." The following is the ticket nominated; there was no opposition: For governor. John G. Blair, of Nicholas: lieutenant governor, W. It. Browner, of Logan; attorney general, John T. Bashaw, of Louisville; auditor. Sam Graham, of Mar shall; secretary of stale. Ben Kcyes. of Calloway; treasurer. A. IL Cardln, of Critten den; commissioner of agriculture. W. J. Ban na, of Mercer; superintendent of public instruction. John C Sutherland, of Anderson; railroad commissioner. First district, R. H. McMullin. of Breckinridge: Second district. John II. Tided, of Spencer; Third district, W. G. Patrick, of EstllL The populist state convention Just before adjournment Thursday night nominated O. W. lteevus. of liallard county, or United Stales jnator. Beeves was a probability for the nomination for governor, but was later en tcrod aguinst Blackburn. f blood disease;- By relying upon it, and not experimenting with the.- various tonic etc., all sufferers from blood troubles can oe promptly cured, s te ad. of enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely underniaea iie-- cortatfta tioa. . .8. 8. 8. is guaranteed purely vegetable, and never fails to cure Serofula.'Bcsema, Cancer, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, Boils, Tettertf irriplesj Sores, Ulcers, etc. Insist uporiS S 8."; nothing castaieifcs place. Books) on blood and skin diseases will be mailed free to any address by the Company, Atlanta, Georgia. , Swift-Specifi- c Is thfr aalyrsMedy which can promptly reach and Care obstinate, - 8. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD di THE NEW WAY. WOMEN used could treated a1 tions" cians. A male to think "fediseases " only be after "Io-- c examina- BOON TO MANKIND! D" TABLER'S BUCKEYE by physiDread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering. The inof troduction Wine of Cardui has now demon of all tha strated that nine-tentcases of menstrual disorders do not require a physician's attention at all. The simple, pure 3Z5 cn PILE SnmMmPI 00m fin m o fit X. " CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. TUBES, BY Mail, 75 cents; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. JA2S F. UllAJio. Site .tyririlf, - - 3N Riri Wi Sfrttf, ST. LKJtS, CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. m. W"S over-cojn- taken in the privacy of a woman's own home insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate how. Wine of Cardui requires no humiliating examinations for its adoption. It cures any disease that comes under the head, of "female troubles" disordered menses, falling of the womb, "whites," change of life. It makes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. $1.00 at the drug store. For advice in eases requiring special directions, address, eivin? symptoms, the "Ladies' Advisory Department," The Chattanooea Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn. W. I. ADDIS0H, M.D., Cary.Mto., fayi: "I use Wine of Cardui extensively la my practice and find tt a most excellent preparation for female troubles." STORMES DRUG STORE. TBS PUBLIC SALE OF A L CAPITAL BUM ( Garrard Go. Farm. I will offer publicly on the premises. Jioe,eeo.oe or SURPLUS. 120,000.0 On Thnrsrlay, LANCASTER, KY. R.Dennt. President. in 10, 1899, THE DR. REID A. ap-1.- Jko. E. Stokxcs, Vice President. S. C. Denny, Cashier. situated at Old Paint Lick, on the Richmond ouu a mues irom Lanca ter and 2J miles from Louisville Nashville depot. ui: re. Br, the ville ! well improved with good new residence, o chard and all necessary outbuildings, snch ai office In the yard, imoke house, carriage house. Ice house. &c. Also splendid slatted double corn cribs capacity of ICO barrels two tobacco DIRECTORS barns (one of which i new), stock barn and tenant hn;e. ELEGANT COMMUNITY Bam l.D. Cochran Jae SplTxnan, within one hundred yards of church, scho 1 house, post office; and store. The farm will b lex. R. Dennr. A. C. Roblnsoa. offered lu two tracts acres with the ImW. R.Cook, L. Davideon, National Dental Association and provement 88 acres unimproved said tracts J no, K Btormei, Dental Protective Association, Nia by the pike aud theu as a whole, the divided bid or bids accepted which realize the greater gara Falls, If. Y., July 27 August 5, sum. Sale will begin at 11 a. m. 1899. 150 acres of knob land Ave or six miles disYT S. BEAZLEY. Immaculates, tant will go with the farm. Independent Order of TERMS OF SALE. One-thi- rd 1899. cash, balance Montgomery, Ala., August 8 12, Teeth extrncted without pain In one and two years with 6 per cent Interest. East Tennessee Educational Assdcf w th Vitalized Air. Office in W.I. LETCHER. T. D. ENGLISH, Anc'r. iation, Mossy Creek, Tenn., August the New Thompson Building--. Danville. Ky. F. Robinson. Jr.. Asa't Casb'r. R. T. Kmbry. r HMIn The Farm Consists of 330 ACRES, QUCEN&CRESCENT POUTE DENTIST 23-2- That's a Vital 1899. Sell only in Tennessee. Deutsclier Kriegerdunt of North America, Chicago, 111., August 13-1- 5, 1899. Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Kentucky Are located so as to offer special inducements to the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving extra expense and time. In addition to the lo cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign International Association of Fire Engineers, Syracuse, N. Y., August 22-2- 1899. i Stronceat Southern Oirls' School Currlcnlnm, perhaps: in eewntlaU. the peer of any else. . yhi-roSix laneuaees. without extra charge. 1 String Mtieic Director, Orail. Uny. Col. of Miific. Munich. Superb advantages in Art and in Elocution, (ruiiniln (23 acriK) tiiisurr:in-- l in America for lieauty. Its ctmlent have reprcaentetl more than 311 States. home. Kaiuber limited. Terms reasonable. Til. SMITH, A. M., l'reg. (AlumiuuH of Univ. of Va.) M bHUIVlViil t M El RE 1KB 7i HI""!1 N BVB ati E? I STOUT VUtUCUC HARRODSBURG, KY. tf MlDDi.Eflnono, Ky.. July 30. Hon. d W. Metcalfe, who has at times been listed with the bolting democrats, say that this has been done without au thority from him. New Kentucky l'04t Office. Washington, July so. A post office has been established at Tabor, Meni with George W. fee county, Buchanan as postmaster. K, . Blackburn has been a very sick man since ounaay. lie was mucii uciier Monday and his physicians believe that he will be able to sit up by Wednesday or Thur dav. The senator suffered ao attack of congestion of the kidneys. "Versailles. Hon. J. C. S. lilackburs I1L Ky., Aug. 2. Hon. J. C, Council, Washington, D. C, Septem 1899. ber ll-lSovereigh Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., 1899. Detroit, Mich., September Colored Camp IHVetlMK. High Bridge, Ky, Groatest camp meeting of colored people ever known in the Stite. Fine music, special Bishops Turner and attractions. Salter will Speak. Excursion rates and special t rains via the Queen and Crescent Koute, August utu ana utn. Ask agents ror run particulars o, 12-2- Independent Order Red Men Great 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 Covington Stock Yards Co. Commission firms will give prompt attention to consignments Probably a Suicide. Morehead. Ky.. Ausr. 1. The latest information from Elliott county says that it is now believed that Willie Tolliver. who was found dead near the home of his uncle Saturday morning. committed suicide. IS'oped und 1 ere Married. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 1. Win. "Gray, .. itiinnnnni.n In llllffulrvi and Miss Kosa Lee Uenltam, oi Al bany, Mo., a yery wealthy young, ont as 1'allbeareri. Lexington. Ky., Aug. 2, Mrs. Susan m. Bush, a prom E. Bush, wife of ineut contractor, died Monday morn imr after a short illness. Her five sons will officiate as her pallbearers. llroke Up Uli StllL Richmond, Ky.. July 29. Deputy Short United States Iarsha) gYV. capturedi'Bill" Rose in Jackson coun t V A8U utukc up uis bvui.1 xiuec uaa uc lied'-lhe-1 re venite officials fer a long- time. d? f citoo.hoaiu itnracd. - Corbin,-KyAug. 2. The school-houabout four milessoutheist of here but Bed, iThere has been a dispute and la'wfcuitVrowiBgoutit amisunder- ttanding concerning ther.truatees is ' ,. ., se R. KINNAIRD, INSURANCE. BesreuenliiFollowiiiSjiaies A BUSINESS t is of first Importance to get your training at the- EDUCATION J absolutely necessary to the yonn man or young woman who wonld wis success In life. This being conceded school that strand in the very front rank THE HOOK-KEEPIN2, BUY ANT & STRATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLE, KY. COLLEGE Palatine, National, woman visiting in the Blue Grass,-- ; eloped to Versailles and were married. La. Granoe. JCy.. July 29. The body of Malcolm Thompson, a member of; SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPH V. Seven experienced teachers, etch one a specialist is his line Graduates of this college preferred by business bonnes. Write for a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positioua all over the United HUtes It wUl be mailed to yoi- - r'Rfcli. ,! Hartford, Milwaskef, ContiHeiitil, Glens piili, New YerV Consign your stock to ' t j i "jj2a2aPialaifilM"' - the Urookvillo, Ind., band, who Call o.nd see tlu3rCele"brated Wagon at? H? from a steamboat in tlie Ohio river aval weeks ago, has been recovered opposltg A TIMELY HINT. as tToaskoaUWeTiae awl sm tat yf eitood ! Westport , ) Wi au atMK ta a yMrwisa Drowsed Wklle Batklar- r.y9&w 'A Z. Rabenstein, Harris & Conner Live, stock Commission Merchants, (3r- - s. Eg!1.. j1. conditloaby the ESS .UZABETHTOWr.,;tk.y., jniy ixoaaii i will ee iree Iruai malaria, fypaoia It fully Warranted and Excel all others. man, v? no resiaea in tae easiem sea; a tloa of Hart .county, was. arowneev tvhlle in . bathing. " He was ft close v m, var i e i ta v weHr,CeM tey Or. German jawerlcaa, Fhenix tf Mrooil jb. UiU(rrIters sfVVMinK WWW ' t Nortk Britkk A)UfclaiiiUI All Kinds FarmS B,EMcEoberU privilege iN&ttft 'W jNlitr uTmltcad give ymr stock makelt to yemr ,iioialpfnKms oxir oaVa ... ' JWr IJmon Stock Jards, Cincijuiaii -- . wil