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LI i TJSNTH FEA Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Clots Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 10 1899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR J tr t tf i r t f NUMB 1 1 y tntfni i s Y1 s9 WHATS GOING ON AT HOME I III 0111 I Wait for the big Danville Fair Dont forget to call on Silverware at R L Jtinxos Co Some loafers are very much afraid the stockholders are putting too much money into the hotel Josephs clearance sale is drawing like a traction engine The people know the goods are genuine and the prices away down low Teachers Examination Examination for white teachers will be held in the superintendents office Friday August 18 and 19 Colored teachers will be examined Friday and Saturday Aug 25 and 26 House for Rent For year 1900 good tenroom house with good cellar cistern and stable Near Public Square in Lancaster A bove property suitable for boarding house Apply to John M Orand 3t Flue Sermon We have heard many compliments on the sermon preached Sunday by Eld Charles E Powell at the Chris tian church Elder Powell is a young man of marked ability and his zeal has made for him many ardent admir Preaches Sunday Night Elder Will Walden of Bloomfield Ky will preach at the Christian church next Sunday night Will has many friends in Lancaster who will be glad of this opportunity hear him preach Curfew in There is talk of enacting the curfew law in Lancaster This would be a capital idea and it would be wise to extend the age to 21 years Urchins of all ages roam the streets half the they choose and judging from their language and conduct they have never been brought in contact with the oldfashioned whiteoak board Fulling In Line Most all property owners are nice sidewalks now but a few have the line under their tail and are trying to kick over the traces The Council expects to enforce the law but of course desires to give the owner all possible showing The town must have good sidewalks and the Council is to be congratulated in its move to secure them tickets ers Lancaster nightif making property f Saturday Big circus Saturday the 19th Harness away down for S W J Lot of Hamm OUt J C THO at cost to close Just any old price goes in clearance sale We must hay room You have two Slip pels Buy them cdst of R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Ky Dillehay is preparing to lire two more immense brick kilns They are larger than the last one The sound of hammer saw trowel and lumber wagon has completely drowned out the voice of the croaker Building Lou If want to jt nice Building Lot I can sell you 1 to 4 acres cheap T CURUKY Storeroom For Heat Will rent room occupy and give possession at once Stock ofgoods now low and will be whole at a great bargain SWKENKY Kay AttentIonNv Regular meetings will be resumed tomorrow Friday night and every member should be present There will be work in the third degree and other matters of importance Be there brethren we need you Bit Tomato Policeman Doc Walker brought us the largest tomato of the season It measured 22 inches in and weighed three pounds He has raised so far ten bushels which almost came up to this one in size 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 off too long will be put to extra expense G22tf E M WALKER Collector Death of Willis Mrs John Burdett received the sad news of the death of her sister Sirs Amanda Willis which occurred at Lewiston Neb August 7 The de ceased had been ill for quite a while and was a great sufferer The funeral was held in the Lewiston M E church and the remains interred in the cem etery at that place phS a bu onfrQm I 1 asa J PeRIl circumference ays xs J months wear you knot ii i irs REDUCED PRICES PRGfSPRICES I REDUCED Is the lever by which we expect to close down our stock so we will have as few goods as possible to move or You Will Miss Some DRY GOODS Clothing furnishing f PRICES BARGAINS j r t lr l r I CC y REDUCED RE0 1CE0 RE0 ICED PRlC S- ElmUCED PR- EWCEO PRC EDUCED REO lCEO PRACII C6WTE0 Pp S Coupe Now GREAT IN Goods Booty aa d Shoes LOGANDRYGOODS CO l J Old Fashioned fair at Danville Write to H C Bright secretary Danville Fair for catalogue A nice line of and Tobacco at R L Co A great many Garrard folks are the Lexington fair this week Remember the dates of the old fashioned fair atDanville Aug 30 31 and Sept L A new broom thats why we want all our stock out of the way for fall goods J Joseph Without Ball Gill Prather was held without bail on the charge of murdering Richard Burton at Paint Lick There is always room in Lancaster for hustlers If you have any ginger in you come If you are a mossback head the other way please Its a poor merchant that carries over goods from season to season We clean out our no matter how great the and get bargains J Joseph Sliced Father Dead The friends of Milton Sneed the polite colored painter and band teach er sympathize with him in the death of his father which occurred at Har rodsburg Monday Gaines Ac Vaalconer Have the newest store in Garrard county with a most complete and up todate stock They will gladly give you the highest market price for of all kinds They take the lead and never follow Call and be con vinced It Strayed Bay mare with white hind feet two saddle marks about 9 years old Also yearling mare mule colt light bay Left my place in Middleburg last Thursday Information thankfully received N J Rigney Middleburg Ky It The Stuck Pen The pens will be prepared to feed and water and parties bringing stock to town can place same in the pens and know it will be properly attended to The old plan of driving stock eight or ten miles and letting it stand on the street all day withont food or water will be much improved upon by adopting the pens Notice to Pike Contractors 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 Do Settle It I The jig is up with Lancaster and the new railroad Its all over and our labor has been lost We never became discouraged until we saw in Fridays InteriorJournal where the Stanford city council had appropri ated 25 to send a committee to head quarters banquet the surveyors and do things up in style generally Now it is a settled fact that we cannot cope with such extravagant and lavish use of money Twentyfive dollars Just think of it We expected to meet with a hot fight from our clever neighbors bat such free use of coin takes the wind out of our sails City Council The regular August meeting of the Council was held Monday night The police judge reported fines and for feitures 85 Marshal Walker collected 8265 A number of small claims were allowed and ordered paid Dr Evans made application for permit to erect frame house on his lot and J I Hamilton to build a three story house 46 x 76 on the Alec Miller lot The Council decided that as these houses would come within the limit defined in the recent building ordinance they could not grant the permit Rice Benge was given per mit to erect a large stable on Totten avenue in Middleboroug The two ordinances referred to in this issue were introduced given one reading and will be passed before next The Record Appreciated Editor Louis Landram with the LANCASTER RECORD has accomplished more for the benefit of his town than any other man in Garrard county When he goes out after anything he never fails to bring it in There was the electric light changing of train schedules the construction of new stores opera house the Southern railway survey and now waterworks Much of the credit isdue Mr Landram for agitating the question that brought and will to completion these various enterprises Mt Vernon Sig nal Much obliged for the above Jim TIlE RECORD has done what it was its duty We only have a mossbacks left now but the high buildings in course of construction will make so much shade and the cause so much dampness that the remaining old croaks will soon die of rheumatism Let us hope so JeMt Ct J attending sweeps clean p e ent sloe ome J produce contractors reported meet- Ing hotel 1 ie Cigars INOS sacrifice This believed few waterworks sit r a t 4r A circus What luck Hens Sic per po nd NB NORTHCOTT The performers in Big Con solidated Shows are the best in the land Coopers show is the that showed here early last spring and had such good performers Trade at store and get first class goods and besides R L JENNINGS o Paint Lick Ky The town has filled with ladies most every day drawn hith er by Josephs sale In order to cat my large stock of Buggies Pheatons anoVRoad Wagons down will give a big cilj in prices for the next thirty days Wv J Romans G S Gaines is agent for Superior Kentucky and Drills the best known in This place is head for farming impliments Averys Crab Orchard Those who have visited Crab Orch ard Springs this season say the fare is elegant and the appointments better than they have been for many years If one wants rest comfort and pleas ure he should by all means go to this resort The water is by far the best in Kentucky Curfew Rings at Danville The curfew law is now in effect at Danville and is being rigidly enforced Boys girls under 16 years of age will not be allowed on the streets after nine oclock at night during the sum mer and eight oclock during the win ter The court house bell will be rung fifteen minutes before the hour fixed for the children to be off the streets and when the warning bell is rung all children under the age limit must hurry home or the policeman gathers the urchins under his wing and takes them to the parents who pay a fine if satisfactory excuse is not forthcoming Danville people say the law is working great good Cattle Off The Street The Council adopted a good law Monday night when they took steps to keep the stock off thePublic Square and out of thebusiness houses Reg ular stock pens have been erected on Totten avenue and all stock must be driven there It is very unreasonable to ask that stock be allowed to stand on tfce Square all day and half the time on the pavements After coun ty court day the street and many pavements look like hog pens At all other towns the stock is taken to a regular place set apart for the purpose and those wanting to buy know where to go to find it When first adopted in other towns a howl is always sent up but when traders try it a while they are willing to go back to the old plan Some will kick but this can be expected in any enterprise or move ment for the towns betterment Jockey How Must Go One of the greatest nuisances the town has had to contend with is the court day Jockey Row The jock eys which means nothing mare nor less than bossswappers on certain streets on county court days and simply elevate hades all day long They get drunk shoot cuss and use all kinds of profane language People living on those streets are com pelled to close their front doors and windows and in some cases have left home At the council meeting night pne resident sent in a note threatening to have the town indicted by the grand jury for permitting a nuisance The ordinance introduced makes it a fineable offense to trade horses on any street of the town ex cept Totten avenue where the stock pens are located As this is only a short distance from the present stand the Jockeys will have no kick coming Water Work Contracts SIRed At the City Council meeting Mon day night the franchise was read a few minor details arranged and the documents signed sealed and This completes all the legal and all left to be done is a rati fication of the boards acts by a vote of the people in November The are beginning to see the painful need of water and it is safe to say the vote will be fifty to one in its favor There are a few erposed to it of course but the opposition is fast dwindling away The hustling push lug people want the water One of the lamest objections to the system is that the town is not large enough to afford it Of course its not large enough now but how do you suppose the town will ever grow if the people are not given protection from lire dust and disease There are ten thousand arguments in favor of the plant but we will not take space to argue it for any man who will give scheme is exactly right We have got it before the people and the proposition is as certain to carry m rolls round Coopers one a Sent bee 1 ly ear nce Hawort k Kent J quarters all nds F nd e steps people now dl Wa cd ofir big specialties Springs not Monday delivered consideration election rd j j j j i j j Ladies Misses V Childrens Shoes and Slippers A lot of Misses and Childrens Slippers at 25 50 75 and 100 worth double the price we are asking for them Nice line of Ladies Stylish Oxfords in Blacks Tans ranging in price from 100 to 350 that we will close at 50 75 100 125 150 2 00 These are rare bargains and you should have a pair 25 Pant patterns that we will make up your Meas ure less than cost Straw and Crash Hats at cost A few Crash Suits left that we will close out at 200 250 300 WjoClosing 1 I 0 Out Sale1I I I m 8 c 0 0 1 ij F t 1o 0 t 0R blogan 0 0X 0 00000 Gg 00 0 00100 AY IY JYv v v Great I- QL cy I I I 1 ti rand0 IQ 0 t p iQIQ O p Q 40 d fit n irvY yn Ar n A n For Sale 65 ewes 18 weaning calves 7 head mules 25 stock hogs J I HUIIL A line of dress goods worth 121 25 35 cOvand 7oc all io at lOc per yd R L JENNINOS Co We have to make for ajl goods and will sell a at cost and some at l cost R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Ky Iron and Farmers bring in old machinery paid tf HT NOUTHCOTT Smith Currey Agents for Dan ville Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at Batsons Dry goods store tf More Houses Wanted There is a pressing demand for dwelling houses in Lancaster A num ber of families want to locate here but can find no houses Rent has always been good here and we know of no better investment than a number of firstclass dwellings to rent Death of Little Child Many Lancaster friends extend sympathy to Capt Tom Richards and family of Danville on the death of his little granddaughter Rose Rich ards Patrick The childs mother was buried here last March The remains of the child was brought here for in terment Monday Like Old Times The coon excursion train Sunday morning was pulled by jolly old Phil Soden the fastest and best engineer on the L N and John Rtise form erly of Lancaster was jerking the bell cord Phil Soden used to run on the Richmond branch in the good old days before the K C took charge He is known by every man woman and child from Louisville to Jellico and since being put on the run to Nash vills is almost as well kdown over there Manv a time have we ridden on the engine with Phil when he was running so fast that telegraph poles looked like the teeth of a comb Phil dont mind being laid out if the dispatcher will only give him a clear track when he does get away He has the reputation of making up time and if given a clear track always goes in on time It brings a case of fever on us to see oldtimers like Soden Capt Rose Bogle Jim Wink Alcorn Jim Maret Dan Sexton Jim McKinney and a few others TONIt room m goods bonk brt m- f Worsted than goo price railroad Florence I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at 100 cash m25tf R L ELKIN The Danville fair will be the biggest thing on wheels Aug 30 31 and Sept 1 Ladies and Childrens Slippers and Summer cost R L JENNINGS Lick Ky A few chugheads dont like the way the new buildings are being made Wonder if these clams ever saw a town tax receipt New Barber Joe Niklass the new barber Shop N E corner Public Square All work done in the latest style Give me a trial tf Doat Head This After August 1st we will have for sale the best coal in any quanity at the lowest price It will pay you to see us before buying Office and yard oppositethe Granary W B Moss Co tf The Chief Engineer The Mt Vernon Signal says Charleston the private coach of Southern railway was brought there Sunday night with Chief Engineer Wells who went out to see his corps of engineers who are now working on a line between Broadhead and Mr Prescott who oqce survey ed a line from Mt Vernon down Skaggs Creek is along also Cheap Excursion to Atlantic City On Thursday August 17th the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City and Cape May at 1400 for the round trip from Lexington tickets good re turning 15 days Stopovers will be allowed at Wash ington Baltimore and Philadelphia in either direction which will enable Merchants to make a very cheap trip from Philadelphia to New York they return home Tickets will be good going on the regular New York Limited train leaving Lexing at 1130 a m Thursday August 17th Washington Express leaving at 850 p m Sleeping car berths are 9400 through to Atlantic CityNo other Excursion can offer such a variety of interestingStopovers and side trips as does this trip to Atlantic City In addition to the Sea Shore stops can be made at White Sulphur and at Covington Va For car reservations or any other write or call on Geo W Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky I Yore Local on NutPage st Freedom before alsoonthe 8Iee infor- matIon I jittYi CoPaint ton Barney r THE HASELBEN FILTER Patented Feb 28 1890 Cleanses Walar- thornRbly r Perfect IN EVERY DETAIL Separates trash from the water before the water Is filtered material laird nests leaves trash etc enter material as it iscaught in the bottom of tiller before water is bugs er any kind ot insects to accumulate as ic in other titters from damsiuess J R Lancaster Ky preventing todry cannot poysibiv HASELDiity Beazley Banghman Directors Arterial a Embalming A Specialty Full Line of and Carpets W WcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON UOHNSTOH JOHHSTOH- CiTil art Sutlers It t oi tIN kJJLil r t 0 JttI T t ir c r hero tg Cant aril are erS Y r ter Iw t 1 RECORD ZYERY BY LOUIS LANDRAJC LANCASTER KENTUCKY 4 x f CENTRAL WEEK Publisher TRIS ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE 100 Sri MONTHS 50 TEEEE 25 THURSDAY August 10 1899 Mjr2 L1331 The Maccabaes lead an initiation Friday night Spring chickens for saje 9 and lOc per pound cash Il i orthcott Sheep for Sale About 300 nice young ewes fresh from the mountains W R COOK Sacks Sacks II A B Marksbury Son keep on hand new sacks and will sell to the farmers at cost For legislature The name of lIon James N Denny is being prominently mentioned in connection with the democratic for the Legislature A cleaner or snore capable man could not found Jack Turner Dead Jack Turner the man tried with Dee Turner for killing Marion Sebas tian in this city two years ago died Sunday He was a welltodo Mr Turner had only been ill for a few Better Fixed We have again secured the services of Mr R E Henry as foreman of TIm RECORD ollicc This work has been done for several months by ye editor who will now better opportunity to get up copy for the paper are better fixed than ever before for doing job work and earnestly ask a trial order The KecordH Premium TirE RECORDS premium at the Danville Fair is for Fancy Turnout shown by lady and gentleman general appearance of occupants This will be one of the special attractions of the third day Friday Sept 1 house Bought Mr Bastin the clever of the telephone exchange bought of sheriff Ward the house and lot the exchange for 2000 Bastin will move his family here in few days We extend him the right hand of fellowship and welcome him as a citizen lIes the kind we a hustler A Paint Lick Kilterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Greasy Heel etc It is sold on a written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented Death of ITIrv Duuu It was with great surprise and row that the many friends of the learned of the death of Mrs W G Dunn which occurred at an early hour Saturday morning at the family residence near the Fork church Mrs Dunn had only been ill a day or so and was only considered in a danger ous condition for several hours the end came The physician the cause congestion of the brain The deceased belonged to one of the most widely connected families in the county and was a great favorite among all She was a good Christian woman an exemplary wife and a great church worker and had been prominently connected with the local charities for years to which she gave liberally of her time and means and her loss will be greatly felt by all with whom she was associated She leaves a heartbroken husband and three children to mourn her loss The deceased was 47 years old and of Pleasant Grove church Funeral services were conducted at the by Eld J L Allen morning and the remains interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Nominated for Governor Mr O T Wallace of this county was nominated for governor on the Prohibition ticket Mr Wallace is e r r 1 13 nomination days Ve Considerations A B proprietor adjoining want Enlargement family pronounced mother member residence r C b have rand 31 c ap so befo s Sundi lg f one of Garrards most prominent and influential citizens He is an a dent supporter of the temperance cause and has always worked faithfully for the advancement of sobriety The temperance party is making good headway in Kentucky and it all its supporters would work with the same energy as does Mr Wallace the vote would be brought out at every Pare wllb 14 write election A Free Trip to Paris BeUaIIIa nuckastcal or taveative 14 IW I t a 8estdKs duke ate PA DaiWMres a Ro 4 Ilw Deserving YOHHK Man The subject of this sketch Mr Rob ert E Hughes is a Lancaster boy of whom our citizens are very proud Bob is what may be called aselfmade young man When quite a small boy he went to work in his fathers office as devil on the Lancaster News This was in 1885 He displayed a won J derful fondness for all branches of newspaper work and when the News was bought by Jas II Marls and TilE RECORD established he was immedi ately put to work as local editor and solicitor lie held this place until 1893 when he gave it up to accept a place as U S Ganger He held the latter position until 1897 at which time he resigned to accept a place as reporter on the Louisville Commer cial The Commercial people readily recognized his marked ability and six months later promoted him to city editor of that paper He has tilled the latter until the present time Mr Hughes is now visiting relatives in Lancaster and yesterday received i telegram from the Commercial man agers asking if he would accept the place of night editor a position honor and responsibility He has not decided whether he will accept place but will detirmine when he to the city Hr Hughes was married in 1892 to Miss Maggie oldest daughter of Col and Mrs Jno W Miller Bob is a boy entitled to credit for the energy he has displayed in his work and his Lancaster friends are very proud of him For Sale or Hcut The property store and combined of Dr Thomas B Nichols at Paint Lick Ky For terms call or address W I Williams attorney Lancaster Ivy 3t Lino shout Completed- a The telephone line will be so as to make upcountry connected early next week and then we can direct to Stanford Richmond Lancas tel Danville Xicholasville and and intervening points and ver soon connection will be made witl Lexington Fninkfortand oihor north ern Paragon Fall and Winter Suits I have just received Wanamaker Browns absolutely allwool samples fresh and attractive with a guarantee on material workmanship and tit With 40 years experience they competition in quality and prices- r I also handle the goods from the great Western Tailoring company o Chicago which is up to date in style and down to date in prices Suit made by the best tailors cut to measure sewed throughout with best standard silk at 9 to 30 Com pare goods and prices before buying- re Xo tit no pay M D HUGHES Agt Eight Branches of Km An exchange in speaking of the obstacles to the growth and develop meat of a town says Town are classified into eight separate branches as follows First those go out of town to do their shopping second those who arc opposed to im provements third those who prefer quiet town to one of push and business fourth those who imagine they the town fifth those who deride pub sic spirited men sixth those who op pose every movement that does noi originate with them seventh who oppose every movement that doe not appear to benefit them eIghthl- Y those who seek to injure the credit reputation of individuals Library for Graded Several publicspirited citizens week started out to secure enougl money to a suitable library for the Graded School Their effort were promptly rewarded as lll7i was secured with a days work J E Stormes agreed to deliver the at just what they cost him and will be ordered at once Prof hands in following for publidation In behalf of the pupils of the Lancas ter Graded School I desire to thanks to the following ladies gentlemen for their liberal towards purchasing a library for the Lancaster Graded School Y M C A Williams Mrs John Gill R Batson J Logan W MoO Johnson W II Kinnaird J It Haselden R Kin naird J Joseph J M Duncan JE Rob inson J I Hamilton Theo Currey Geo D Hobinson W 0 Rjgney H T Logan T S Elkin L Y Leaven W B Mason Hemphill L L Walker Louis Landram W T B FHud son R E McRoberts Win Yard G S Gaines Wm Herndon Robt Embry David Ross G M Patterson Letcher Owsley J W Hamilton J C Robinson S C Denney J W Miller J B naird W J Romans Miss Annie Ray ston Miss Jaynie Shumate Miss Knapp West J A Beazley Respectfully J H Patterson Why be bothered with this annoy lag complaint when Banner Salve will 25c fj C J E 2toimes returns o Lebanon pointsSomerset an the Patterson an 1 J C Vest rUeal PIIalto cure you t t i t tit gret de th w It ow tho School sal purchase boo retu W lap t f1 The jyo tFatal lI eiae More ad KiOjKsy troubles than of ai ly other disease When the first sympvtfius of this disease appear no time should be lost in taking C C T E Stormes Died at Adams Ind July llth 1890 Leslie Bu mam the little child of Mr and Mrs Henry M Vanhuss Ho was ill about six works Leslie was months and one day old The funeral was held at Clrristian church by Rev Morrow after which our little boy was laid to rest in the Adams grave yard He leaves behind father mother sis ter and two brothers one little broth er having lone before lie from us forcTer Audit smiles we sadly miss Til wf meet beyond the river In the valley of bliss But oh the dainty pillow next to mine Is never rumpled by a shining head Dur little one from us has gone The little boy I use to kiss is dead MOTHEU liiiug Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumptson Dr Bells PineTar Honey will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentylive cents at McRob erts Drug Store Inr MRS AMERICA WALKER Was born in November died on the 24th of July 1899 at the home of her soninlaw Mr Jesse Doty near Lancaster Ky She was a good wom an and a devoted Christian and held a strong influence for good in the community She loved Gods house and Ilis Words were her constant themebold ing Him before her loved ones as their guide in life All feel the loss Slid leaves five children and one sister Mrs Ann Walker of Lancaster funeral was preached by Rev II N Faulconer in the Presbyterian church of which Mrs Walker was a member choosing for his text And they steal walk with me in white Rev 34 She hath escaped all danger now Her pain and fighting all fled The crown of on her brow Eternal glories oer her shed II N F Coughed 25 years I suffered for 25 years with a cough i and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PineTarHon ey It has saved my life J C Resell Grantsburg 111 McRoberts Store 1m ROCK CASTLE SPRINGS Right merrily pass the pleasant summer days at this ideal spot for idle dreaming and restfulness from care j Rock Castle at midsummer what a series of delights is cunjured up by the mention of the name Romatically beautiful with its picturesque and varying scenery This region seems j indeed favored of the gods and when to its natural charms are added unus ual accommodations for a place of the kind no more fitting spot could be for thesummer idler Situated beside the lovely Rock Castle river and surrounded on all sides by fine crowned f peaks the hotel otTers a most tempt big shelter The breeze that comes fresh from the mountains is fragrant r and invigorating and there is healing in the magic waters of the many min- I eral springs that cluster around in easy access The present season is a most prosperous one and a pleasant company since the opening of the the middle of June has tilled tlu cool and pleasant rooms Amuse ments of all kinds boating bathing quoits bowling and cards till up the happy days which pass all too There is good music and dancing every evening in the large airy ball room The river rewards the fisherman with II many a rich specimen of bass salmon pike etc Only this morning a five pound pike was brought in by one of the guests Capt Bush eif Cincinnati one of the proprietors of the springs is an expert fisherman and brings in ie many handsome catches Capt Bush is also a champion whist player and is never happier than when seated vat ir his favorite game Among the guests here now the largest number are from Louisville Lexington and the Queen City We should some from t Lancaster L P McC Obituary On the death of Bessie Arnold who s died July 20 1899 She is done with the sofa allurements of time She has gone to dwell In a happier clime s Where light of nevar grows dim And she with the angles Ills praises can hymn Dear parents and sisters I know hearts are breaking with gri f from your loved one to n But now she is gone try not to Lit hope of reunion your sorrow relieve ft behind her much trouble and51 care Nor wasting consumption nor pain will be She will shed no more tear for the valley is r crossed Her bark by the billow will no more be tossed She has us and gone from her suffering and pain To you it but to her it 4s gain For In her boom no bitter recret Was felt and no fearful misgivings b set Why should you weep why wish her hreWhen know she has gone to a happier sphere To that abode In the of From earth she passed safely and sweetly away And now you have heard the dull full of the Clod Lookup and believe her nt home with her God In me home of the pure and the saved and t ie blest To suffer no mjre but foreverat Rest Her Cousin Nelson Co FANNIB MAY BROWN Keep Quiet and Chamberlains Colic Cholera mid Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of stomach and all unnatural looseness of the bowels It always cures McRoberts drug store f q die of In MeniOrtfJf ten I J 18 j If Thee t joyJs e n Dru d y k selected S swiftly- o n like tosee y She left forte r If guaranteedS hrsg one 19 hotel grieved use the r N r f The Richmond Register says Louis Schlegel had a pair of pretty Pekin ducks on exhibition but they were outclassed by R L Elkins of Lancaster whose ducks were the finest we ever saw Mr El kin also exhibited a pair of black Mi norca chickens which carried off the premium During the civil war as well as in our late war with Spain diarrhoea was one of the most troublesome diseases the army had to contend with In many instances it became chronic and the old soldiers still suffer from it Mr David Taylor of Wind Ridge Greene Co Pa is one of these He uses Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says he never found anything that would give him such quick relief It is for sale by R E McRobarts druggist Improvement In Service The Lancaster telephone exchange has been undergoing many improve ments and is now about the best in Kentucky Mr Bastin tells THIS REC ORD he is considering the plan of mak ing the entire county one exchange so that subscribers may talk to anyone within the county who owns a phone This would be a great convenience Another splendid idea is to require all parties not having phones to pay for use of them Nearly every day some one will enter a business house and use the phone never offering to pay for it As these messages are charged up to the renter it is very unreason able for parties to use ones phone Mr Bastin has a number of changes in view and will spare neither time nor money to make the service the most complete No one knows the unbearable tor j ture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by Piles unless they have suffered from them Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Proper theatment will cure them TABLERS BUCKEYE MENT is an infallible cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75cts C C J E Stormes FLATWOOD W H Purr sold a hog to James Worrell for 300 John Merryman sold his farm to Dan Royston for 70000 Miss Virgie Worrell returned home from Lebanon Ohio Saturday where she has been attending school Mrs Annie McCarty of Fleming Co is vis brother Mr Sinclair Cord Mr Daniel Miller of North Salem Ind is visiting friends and relatives of this vicinity Ben Cormney a sow and seven pigs to Thomas Worrell for 1100 Foleys Kidney Cure has been tes ted and found to be all you claim for it I have been giving it to my father and it is the only thing that ever helped him writer GKO C HICKOCK Curtiss Wis C C J E Stormes MARKSBURY C A Robinson bought of T I Her ring 10 hogs at from 335 to 350 per hundredCyrus Daly sold to B F Robinson a bunch of hogs for 375 per hundred and two head of cattle at 3c per lb Mr Charley Durban who is teaching school in Lower Garrard was called home Tuesday to the bed side of his mother who died two oclock week with Miss Alta Boner at Hickman Mrs N H Bogie spent Friday and Saturday with her sister Mrs Sam Hughes at Danville A party of young folks from this community at tendeda picnic at Green Brier Friday Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy chaper oned the crowd All an enjoy able time Mrs W G Dunn after a short illness died Saturday morning and Sunday at 9 oclock after short funeral services at the home was in tarred in the Lancaster cemetery Mrs Dunn was a worthy member of the Pleasant Grove Church a kind neighbor and an affectionate wife and mother We extend sympathy to the bereaved family especially to her only daughter Miss Georgia who will miss her council and sympathy but she has the happy assurance that her loss is her mothers gain Mrs George Durham after suffering intensely for three weeks died Tues day Aug 8 at two oclock After the funeral services Wednesday afternoon her remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at the Fork She was a member of the Babtist Church a good Christian and was always ready to show kindness to her friends and her neighbors Those who knew her best loved her most She leaves a large family to mourn her loss They have the consoltation of knowing that the is enjoying sweet rest for death is only a dream Only a dream only a dream And glory b hind the dark stream How pcHCetul the slumber Howhappy the making For death is only a dream No to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she lias constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimplest blotches skin eruptions and a wretchi ed complexion Electric the host medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to pu fy the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin complexion It will niake a good pok lug charming woman of a rundown qvalid Only 50 cents at R E Mc Jlobertfi Drug Store 1m I PILE DINT icing her sold at last repot t n attractive Bittersis rIch f tM Photographer 8 lIfsshathrine Doorespent Right t y ti f rrcn Dove hunters in the Pennyrile could hardly wait for the first of this month to get in the field and the have lost no time since the dove law expired They report an abundance of birds in some localities but an unexpected scarcity in others Weak Eyc Are made Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store 1m J P Rogers lost a nice calf Sunday nightJ Fox sold a nice horse at Lan caster Saturday Messrs Brown Cress have gone to Rockcastle trading Richard Robinson sold two calves to Jno Pepples for 1800 each Jones L Anderson bought a nice span of 2 year old mules last weeR for 7000J C Siler was in Richmond last week on business David Colson of Bee Lick was here Saturday Uncle Flem Cummins and J W Cum mins was in Lancaster Saturday on business Mr F F Cummins and wife is visiting W P Lawrence at Kirksville If we are not badly we are going to have a grand wedding at this place soon Mr and Mrs J F Payne was visitors at Row land Sunday Mr and Mrs J H Cum mins was visitors to D B Edminston- at Crab Orchard Friday Thomas Barnes has been on the sick list for several days but is some better at this writing Blotches and excresences which so often annoy people are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance of her duties IIERBINE will aid and nature in her work and ensure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all imperfections Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes MT HEBRON A good rain was much appreciated SundayLandram Burdett sold some corn to Mrs Atha Dunn at 2 Henry Montgomery sold his corn to Jeff Dunn at 2 per bbl W bought a sow and five pigs from John Ham Price 10 The members of Mt Hebron church met Saturday and gave the church cleaning in general Landram Burdett and wife are pre aring to go to Indiana in a short will have a sale next Several young folk from Marksbury visited Lock Ifo 8 Saturday Wm Edwards and daughter visited rela tives here last week Mr made a ousiness trip to Lexington last Monduy Mrs Rebecca Holtz claw and son Willie spent Friday night with Mrs W D Scott Born to the wife of Holton Humphrey a girl Misses Edna Scott and Mattie Edwards attended preaching atScotts Fork Sunday and Sunday night Miss Mollie Crawford has returned from a seven weeks visit to High Bridge Mr Michael Forbes spent last week with his sister Mrs Bettie JacksonWhere the digestion is good and the general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no l b itation in the human body WtIHE3 CREAM VERMIFUGE not only every worm but corrects all de rangements of the digestive organs Price 25cts C C J E Stormes McCREAET Sanders Wallker bought some corn from Jack Hendren at 190 a bblSanders Walker are buying hogs from different parties from 325 to per hundred Ed Walker p your city visited his his J M Walker last week Misses Hester and Nell Payne went to Scotts Fork Sunday BALLARDS LINIMENT gives instant relief in cases of Bleed ing Burns Bruises Cuts etc Price 25 and 50 cts C J E Stor mesW T Pherigo and family and Miss Alta Long visited Mr Gen Anderson at Stone last week Mr and Mrs J B Sanders of Lancaster were guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Walker Sunday J L Ray of Richmond one of our faironesSunday Mr and Mrs Tom Brown have returned to Mercer spending a week with A T Hardin Littie Joe Warner remains quite ill at his here Mr Zack Simpson has just completed a large new old helping the looks of Our little town considerably Mr Jack Turner died Sunday night at his home on Loig Branch from paralisis He a wife and three little children his loss He was a man and will be sad by every one HAS NATURE YOU Nature herself clad la the of ria btotsomaf tree and flower e despoadeat chord to vibrate to this tile Tom feet Hare feetIMC Ihe foreranser of Malaria aad Fever If so mast not pass this as U la a ladicatioa of avoid consult s as advice costs TO oa bottle off Dr Carls tedts Liver Powder Take dose a day at bed time for s4x theai a bottle of Yacataa Chilli Tonic followiar the directions and after tw of these tw remedies yoaai win feel like the flowers look Prepare yourself for the orhot seasoau atmonker Is fall of germs Itaccessary a4 whea waraa ye v repeal tat abave These Restediea la Mack B E MoEoberts I D Scott timethey Saturday D Scott t1 3 son SNOW Scalds C on after Holman kindhearted lymissed all and how do Ty a sae weeks oane oar I i 4S PREACHERS VILLE surprised assist destroys S C C 7C called home one haves WARNED springtime Chills wan dig oar oas- Can yoar druggist and follow lg a 1K s m lilT y DANVILLE FAIR 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 and Carnival August 8 9 10 II 12 1899 Given Away in Parses and Premiums 25000 Amusement Features Unexcelled Diving Elks Diving Horses 5 Guidless Wonders High Bicycle Dive Saddle Premiums 15to11O 25000 The Midway For Catalogues Blanks etc address Lexington Ky Excursion Rates on all Railroads SCHOOL BOOKS Dont forget that we have many BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE R E NTROBERTS 3DA1TVHJLE This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky having been recently equipped with The Marvelous Anastimato Lenses i The new discovery in optical science Iwish to say to the Ladies that These Lenses FLATTER f- Justjeceived a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to be j appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to 3 the most Elaborate Paintings among the lot is the New French 5 FLEUKDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices 4 We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office J SECONDHAND i Fox fir GaZZery KY I 1 E W SHANKLIN 1 1 f G 4 L F RUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER KY i Acres Val uable HOT Iwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SbutliEa tern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms KfllCHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd iting Knights are ED BISHOP W y J S HASELDKN KRS W H GO- I Commission Merchants Sully fa rnjpheA Consign your stock di Phone 734 C C BOSH ALl ttII H tugs 8e11 I WnQ J ti t TI o j 1 Jb ttig tq 1 t r Thousand Altos edt STOCKYARDS t GINCINN w- L 1i ilr18toCYC11CiT eoti us t 1ti v The Greatest on Earth New Featurs from All Nations Wilson Sewing Machine r Wheeler RotaryNotiol u4 Forsale by X ldI kIy I Bring Work J Ba1iBearingsEV1ER iys a YY u Your Job r Y x t OF OOTJRSE YOU Very Best Low Prices FULLY REALIZING THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE WE CARRY THE BEST TOBE HAD AND SELL THEM FOR THE LEAST MONEY THE GLOBE J FROHMAN CO PANVILLE I 1 ta tA ta iA I IS ta taktA IiM 1A ta ta IA k t k kiA iAf ot eTT TJY T ft T T T flJT T ft i f SI THE0 J Clothing ati 0 S1C I L a itA IA a tA tA tA Jf 9 i f m f f f f if f f T O WANT sit o o- o o- a L and 1350 uzts Now at 7SO Q 0 3 0 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY August 1O 189Q Miss Vesta Lackey is visiting rela tives in Paris Ivy Miss Christine Bradley is ill at Glen Springs with fever Miss Annie Royston is visiting rel atives in Middlesboro Dina Herndon and Heck West were in Winchester Sunday The editor is taking in the sights at the Lexington fair today Col R M Burdett now of Lexing ton is in town this week Miss Elisa Lusk is spending the week at Cumberland Falls W A Berkele of Frankfort was a visitor in this city Sunday Miss Mamie Henry is spending the week at Dripping Springs Miss Lottie Bettis leaves this week for Danville to visit relatives Misses Martha and Helen Gill are spendnig the week at Dripping Mr Jesse Sweeney and wife are vis itin relatives in Campbellsville- Mrs Dicy Acton of Woodstock is visiting her son Dr J M Acton Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines are in Richmond visiting friends Miss Willie May Brown of Lowell is visiting Miss Bruce Pumphrey Miss Jaynie Shumate of Danville is the guest of Miss Olivia Sweeney Dr I S Wesley and family have returned from a short visit to Liberty J C Hemphill and family are at French Lick Springs Ind Miss Bertha Burnside has been relatives and friends in Buckeye Mr Will Burdett of Texas has been visiting W B Mason and family Miss Pearl Ross has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Kirksville Miss Alleen Hudson of Danville is visiting her cousin Miss Lizzie Hud Miss Sheppard and Mrs Ford of Wilmore are visiting Dr Evans and wifeMrs Robert L Elkin is quite ill at the home of her parents on Lexington streetMrs White and childen of Knox yule Tenn are visiting Mrs Joel Walker Miss Elliott of Mayfield Kv is pretty guest of Miss Louise KauffmanMrs Lusk of Camp Nelson is visiting her parents Col and Mrs J MillerMiss Burnside is visiting her cousin Miss Florence Burnside near Paint Lick Herbert Frank Marks bury attended Miss Carpenters party StanfordMrs Hays and children of Stanford have been visiting Mrs Walter Beazley Rev William Walden of Greens burg Ind is visiting Rev Jesse and family Mrs R Kinnaird and daughter Margunte are spending the week at Leiiiftoi Horse Sbf Fair and Carnival Special Trim via Qn em CregceHtHoiite Leaving Junctien City 815 a m Aug 81012111 Low reduced rates Ask agents for full partlcu the Blue Grass Dont fail to go f pERS III OOOU U IOU ODD 0001 sojourning visiting son ramie the Kinnaird and Walden If I Uti I c J Ii I tt I I dally lays Greatest held 1111111111111 I 1 t J t i b F N Y show ever in J y Dripping Springs J Randolph Harris and wife of Lincoln have been visiting Mr E W Harris and family Misses Grace Kinnaird and Mary Gill have returned from a weeks visit Dripping Springs Mayor Kinnaird John Lear J M Farm and others are at the Lexington fair today Mr Albert Whcrritt wife and chil dren of Missouri are visiting the of Mr W II Wherritt Judge George Denny ot Lexington was here several days last week the guest of Judge W E Walker Mesdames Brown and Carson of lustonville were the guests of Mrs Margaret Gill on Stanforn Ave Mrs Jas W Pumphrey and nits Hattie Tankersley of Silver Creek are visiting friends in Lexington Mrs Joe Pettus accompanied by her sister Miss Mattie McCarley has returned to her home in Lebanon Miss Eugenia Bush has returned from a visit to Stanford She was ac companied by Miss Tevis Carpenter Mrs B Conn Oklahoma is visiting her sisters Mesdames E VV Harris and S B Henry in this city Owen Shugars accompanied by his sisters spent last Sunday with his brother W 1C at McKinnej Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury will return Monday from Nashville where they have been visiting rela fives nuts J L McKee has returned visit to her son Rev Junes L Mc Kee at New Albany Advocate Mrs M R Thompson and daughter Miss Helen of Ocala Florida will ar rive this afternoon to visit Eld Cbas Powell and wife Mrs George D Burdett and chil dren of Chicago and Mrs W S Mil ler of Knoxville are expected this week to visit their sister Mrs John W Miller Saturdays Courier Journal contain ed a picture of the charming Miss Nina Atkinson of Chicago who is now the guest of Miss Kittie Mason of this city Miss Altha Miller a handsome and attractive young lady of Owensboro who has been the guest of Mrs Robert Embry left Wednesday to visit at Buckeye Mrs H M Ballou and pretty little daughter Pattilyn of Lancaster were guests at Elder Joseph Ballous Misses Mary Lewis and Lizzie Grimes of Lancaster are visiting Misses Mary and Sallie Cook at Cooks Springs Stanford Journal C S Balwin who has been coming to Lancaster ahead of circuses for forty years was here Tuesday making arrangements for the He asked about many people now dead and gone and remembered many of our older citizens Mrs Hallie Stone nee Mullins and daughter Lillie and Mrs Ames of Shreveport La are visiting Mr S S Dickerman and family at Bryants ville Mrs Stone is a daughter of Prof Sam Mullins for many years a resident of this section and at president of Daughters College Harrodsburg Richmond T Farris of Lancaster Aon our town Wednesday Mr Hel rt Kinnaird of Lancaster was g theFair visitors Miss Lula of Lancaster is visiting her cousin Miss Mollie Turpin and attending the Fair Miss Arnie Davidson of Lancaster is the guest this week of Miss Bessie Turley Miss Bessie Burnside an attractive Lancaster belle attended the Fair Wednesday BlBiuarek Iron Nerves Was the resultof his splendid health Indomitub will and tremendous are notfound where Stomach Liver Kldneysand are outdo order If want these qualities and the success they bring Kings New Life They develop every power if at E E McRoberts Druggist 1m several family of Guthiie from- a IndDanville relatives big Cooper shows onetime RegisterSenator G rge a m energy USe Dr Only 25c ei I 7if 1 J Shut dropped F Bowels you brain gad Spttlng Greatest Need Mr R P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at Aiken S C Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country needs All Amer ica knows that it cures liver and Kid ney troubles purifies the blood tones up the stomach strengthens the ner yes puts vim vigor and new life into every muscle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need it Every bottle guaranteed only 50 cents Sold E McRob erts Druggist SWEENEY J L Woner sold to B F Robinson 4 head of cattle weighing 1000 lbs at 385 cts per hundred Thos Stone sold a bunch of year ling cattle to Gentry Bros of Boyle at 5cts per lb also some calves at 18 and 20 dollars per head Your correspondent spent Thursday with friends near Hyattsville Mr Miley Walker of McCrcary was in our vicinity Sunday Mrs Minnie and children spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Lula Daily of Marks bury Mr and Mrs Thos Land of Salem Indiana spent last week with their neice Mrs O B Perkins Messers W B Stone and Ed Thurman spent Sunday with friends in Dan ville Harbor will return to her home in Texas this week Mr and Mrs Land Mrs O B Per kins and Mrs Taylor House spent a pleasant day at Dripping Springs Sat urday Mrs J F Pettus has return ed to her home in Lebanon she was accompanied by her sister Miss McCarley Little Miss Edith Daily returned to her home at Mark bury Sunday after a pleasant visit to her Grandmother Mrs Thos Stone The Eagle King of all Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids McPoberts Drug Store 1m BUCKEYE W G Jones sold a horse at 50 J W Brown sold at Richmond court one mule at 85 Died on the 3rd inst the wife of James Doolin She was an invalid for a number ofyears Interment in the Chapel cemetery Gracie the little daughter of Mrand Mrs James Gulley died of whooping cough We extend our sympathy to the bereaved parents Pastor Willis filled his appointment at Chapel Sunday and was accompa nied by his two daughters Rev T Bronston Ray and wife of Nashville have been visiting their father Dr Ray and family John L another son of Richmond is with them Mrs Alice Jones of Lexing ton is in this community giving mu sic lessons Misses Linda Hendren Elsie Brown and Beulah Finnell of Kirksville have been visiting here Messrs Herod and Louis Ray went to Danville Monday Miss Hattie Jones entertained a few young friends Friday night Thompson Hill has a Sulphur Well on his place that furnishes an of Hater and who knows but what Mr Hill will have a number of cottages erected near by and a dining hall in which the tables will literally groan with the burden of good things to eat which our country affords and of Saxtons band would be on the season In fact everything done for the enjoymentof the guests so you seetbefore this time next Buckeye will be famous as a Rev J M Tingling pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland Md says it affords me muck pleasure recommend Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy Ihave used it and know others who have done so I have nvei knovwnit to fait It isacure when taken in time For sale byH E KcEoberts druggist by R Harvey Iiss Iva 4 Sold at 2acts abundance Course i y f i Mattie hand year summer resort o sure yya a Y Yt3 HERBINE is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds because it thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humors and ex pels all impure secretions of the body Price 50cts C C J E Stormes About half of the Bourbon wheat crop has been sold though some far mers are holding their wheat for bet ter prices B Hutchcraf has bought about seventyfive thousand bushels at sixtysix to sixty eight colts per bushel and the Paris Milling Co has bought about forty thousand bushels at sixtysix to seventy cents Other buyers have bought smaller amouuts at about the same figures Some of the wheat is yet unthreshed Bour bon News BRYANTSVILLE Miss ITumphreySjOf Simpsonville is the guest of Miss Mattie May Jenkins this week Mr and Mrs Dunn from Louisville are with relatives here Messrs Steadman Farley and Ballard and quite a number of others from our town attended the Lexington fair Mrs Leslie Jones daughter and Miss Ames from Shrevesport La are spending the summer with Mr and Mrs Dickerman Miss Kauffman from Lancaster is spending the week with Miss Carrie Boulden J Y Dunn and family visited in Lancaster Sunday C M Jennings and wife of Danville visited relatives here Mrs Ifaselden and little niece Allie Jennings are visiting relatives in Paint Lick this week Mrs Eliza Ballard is visiting her sister Mrs Woolfork in Lexington Miss Alice Dunn of Danville is with her sister Miss Mittie this week Mrs Elli has returned to her home near Paint Lick after spending a week here Mr S N Steadman and family are visiting Dr Sam Stead man at Pisgah Woodford county this week Mr Josh Tillett of Danville is visiting his sister Mrs James King Protracted services will begin at this place Saturday Mrs Susie Dunn wife of Mr Bud Dunn died on the 5th and was inter red in the Lancaster Cemetery Sun day She was a beloved Christian and will be sadly missed She leaves a husband and three children who have the sympathy of the entire community Sunday ottssister woman PARKERS 1 HAIR BALSAM Cleuie and beantifiei the haltPromotes m luxuriant I I alp ditruei hair l Uii tGrqHairDCure LWst trig Sheep are peculiar in that they mus have perfectly sweet food There is no possible question about roots the sweet palatable nutri tious sugar beet or the succulent man gel Thirty tons of roots may be grown on any good acre of land by the right cultivation This will feed 30 sheep for 200 days or sheep for a month and should constitute two thirds of their ration A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of COUS SEXS HONEY OF TAR in all cases of Hoarsness Sore Troat or difficult of breathing Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Stormes It is said that the growers of or chard grass seed around Jeffersonvillo Ind are holding the crop estimated at 50000 bushels for better prices than are offered at present They are offered now 75 cents for best and 50 cents for low grade seed There is no crop farmers grow that is subject to more fluctuations than orchard grass The soothing and healing properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and cures have made it a great favorite with the people everywhere For sale by R E McRobnrts druggist There is great scarcity of harvest men for the bonanza wheat fields of Minnesota and the Dakotas and from 2 to 325 per day with board is offer ed in vain Much wheat will be lost unless hands can be got soon It is estimated that about 100000 acres of land in the United States are planted with vinesthreefourths of them in a bearing conditions In the amount of wine New York State ranks next after California A Narrow K cape Thankful words written by Mrs Ada E Hart of Groton S D Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and finally termi nated in Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up Jto my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my absent ones above My hus band was advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I am saved and now a well and woman Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drug Store Regular size SOC and 100 Guaranteed or price refunded I 00 raised healthy especially permanent Good Show Coming LANCASTER SATURDAY 19th AUGUST 19th t Afternoon and night Rain or Shine Cooper United RL SlowsCOS The Largest One Ring Show on Earth 40 American and Artists 40 5 Great Clowns Den of performing lions Prof Oatmans school of educated Horses Ponies and Mules Mile Lulas wonderful talking horse Tapsy Parade 1130 European RoyalJapanese Admission all persons over 9 years of age 25c All children under 9 years of age 15c Kidney Diseases THE MOST FATAL OF ALL DIS EASES FOLEYS KIDNEY CUREI- s a guaranteed remedy for all KIDNEY and BLADDER Diseases STORMEC DRUG STORE A Load Interruption- I declare Maria this is too irritat ing to be endured I told you I dilnt want to be disturbed und here has suddenly sprung a most in fernal clatter on me What does it meanThere wasnt any clatter my dear What was it then Vhy I just happened the room in my new red and yellow shirt waist thats all Well dont do it again Cleveland Plain Dealer Not StiMoeptlble That man who called here yester day SUNS that you are the most for midable specimen of political boss he ever saw The one who was talking about legislation asked Senator Sorghum as a smile gently illumined his face YesWell was the rejoinder as a hard cold look supplanted the smile you dont want to pay too much attention to him These lobbyists are all such flatterers Washington Star Quick Mall Traniilt Mr Gotham 1 De Pave has been arrested What is the charge against him Mr Brooklin Delaying the United States mail My goodness In what way De Pave is very fut and when a mail wagon ran over him it lost 20 time and missed the train N Y Weekly somebody to pass through hear seconds 11r GERMAN GIRLS EDUCATION Soon aa She la Confirmed She Be gins Preparation for Her Marriage An Important part in a girls educa in the July Ladies Home Journal She Is taught how to knit and darn and how to repair towels and Led lAnd table linen skillfully She crochets lace and other things and makes all kinds of crossstitch work Most girls of the upper classes have some musical education As a rule they play better on the piano than they slug After the girl has finished her cook and keep house and to acquire the ways of refined society outside of her own home Here she remains for months and watches the process of the cooking and other work often lend ing a hand herself It will be seen that her education presupposes that she will marry some time in her life and it is in a measure a preparation for that event Consequently when she has been confirmed she begins to prepare her trousseau She crochets lace makes table covers works long tidies in cross stitch and by degrees collects a large supply of towels and bed and table linen Everything that is available is put away in the chest holding her treas All indomestic boardinghouse ures stockings German several CAN SELL YOU Paint Wall Tintings Cheaper than any House in this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced LILLARD STOUT DANVILLE KY Sz FIRS and LIFE INSURANCE SPRINGFIELD INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE COOP NEW YORK Robinson Office over Post OMce LANCASTER KKNTUCKT Please Remember The middle of the year is past and settling time is at hand I Need the Money due me and must insist that my friends call in and settle Tillett FIRE MID MARINE Hamilton Jgts Sallie D F d V1V j Attorney at Law Lancaster Ky J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIUvE KENTUCKY Land Siverjor and Apt for AETNAFIRE INSURANCE CO ORGANIZED 1 IJ S HASELDEN cITIZENS HATMAi BAM OFLU018TElrT Capital Surplus Fund 50000 BUSINESS SOUCRKD Oarefal and ProroptAtteatteBGuarantee j mewsBOTHAii Presides Iwi Y IJCAYMX YIoeFrwidemt- B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIT Aaaistaat Cmsh- jOD Bookkeepw- DDlKCTORa JMBi aiMBonuK Lxwn TLIATBU- JSJOHBMH T3fA liet H 0 iurou Jm B r Humeea AUZOI9M JJWAIM v 10000 K w lAIR zxu TI3 Ttto ay m fir r A f H Boils and Pimples When Nature is overtaxed she hal IR her own way of giving notice Uiat assist ance i needed She dOtS not ask for until it is impossible to without ArrtALlJlO it Boils d are an indication that the uvsteni is accumulating impurities which must be gotten rid of they lire an appeal for asaisUnoa i ji warning can not safely be ignored To neIeut to purify the blood at time mepns more than the annoyance of boils and unsightly pimples If these impurities are allowed to system succumbs to illness and unable to withstand the many ailments which are so prevalent during spring and summer Gentile 2004 Second Avenue Seattle Wash were very annoying as disfigured my After using other remedies in vain S S S promptly J and thoroughly cleansed my blood and now I rejoice in E good which I never had before y Capt H Dunlap of the A G S B R Chattanooga Tenn writes Several boils and carbr clrs hrrV cut upon me great pain and annoyance My blood seemed to be in a riotous nothing I took seemed to do good Six bottles of S S S cured me completely and my blood has been perfectly pure ever Is S S FOR THE BLOOD is the best blood because it is purely vegetable nnd is the only one that is absolutely free front mercury It promptly purifies the blood and thoroughly cleanses the system builds and strength cures Scrofula Eczema Cancer Tetter Boils Sores etc by going direct to the cause of the trouble and forcing out all impure blood Looks free to any address by the Swift Specific Co Atlanta ia t Give UNFAILING SIGN THAT NATURE IS al FOR HELP is J1ys I Wai afflicted for tune with pimples which fe 1rfully V 1l an h Rheumatism I remain along face p T I I Toe Patchen the great pacer brought 820000 at private sale A trrcat military band has been at considerable cost to furnish the music In fact a genuine enjoy able old Kentucky Fair will be held For catalogues and other informa tion apyly to Henry C Bright Secre tary Danville Ky tf A great many horses were brought in in answer to Harbisons advertise ment but only a few could stand the examination He bought of Jim Ham ilton seven head at an average of 70 This was all he got here Dough is the latest adulterant of coffee moulded in the shape of coffee beansIt the tusks of 75000 elephants a year to supply the worlds piano keys billiard balls and knife handles Cut back the canes of your black raspberries and blackberries and make them stocky and strong for next years crop The average weight for cattle at the Union Stock Yards Chicago during the month of June was 1050 pounds Fox Bright Boyle county Ky bought several days ago one pair of mules for 240 Again we advise sacking a few bunches of grapes to secure them from birds wasps and bees It is an eatfy job and pays well The Tennessee Copper Company at Ducktown has opened up two new copper mines and will at once begin the working of the ore obtained there fromA of fifteen cars loaded with quartered lumber left one day last week the destination of the shipment being Antwerp Belgium The consignment is valued at 10000 Pink eye has made its appearance among horses in Louisville it is said that there are 100 cases It is in a Weed out your pigs the best ones should be kept as breeders the re mainder fattened for the butcher Dont keep or sell a poor pig as a breeder Kansas has two head of cattle one hog onethird of a horse and onelifth of a sheep for every man woman and child in the State It Children Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the Jives of thousands of croupy children It is also withoul an equal for colds and whooping cough McRoberts Drug Store Select a good rum for this years breeding With the prices mutton and wool arc bringing it will pay you to raise good sheep A poor sheep is dear at any price Changing fowls from one place to another will cause them to stop laying for a time at least It is best to have them in their permanent quarters for the winter before they begin to lay R S Beazley sold to H R Kun heardt of New York a of bayIfUlimrc fiUt Louisville one sorrel gelding for 125 Little Daughter Life I am the mother of eight children my little daughter had the dysentery in its worst farm We thought shewould die I tried everything I could think or but nothing seemed to do her any good I saw by an advertise meat in our paper that ChamberlainsColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedywas highly recommended and sent andgot a bottle at once It proved to be one of the very best medicines we ever had in the house my littledaughters life I am anxious forevery mother to know what an medicine it Is Had I know it at much suffering Yours truly Mrs Geo F Burdick Liberty E I For sale by B E McEoberts Druggist secured es hundred Shave SaeN the for and to Hudson A lYIother Tel She Saved lIer experience Itsaved excellent atdeal Ntshivi lie S Bro how er 1 I k arisfeors liver Powder CURES INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system is heir to PRICE 25 CENTS For Sale by it E Mcllobcrts There is a Middlesboro scheme have a triState fair at that point Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia be represented Oats are excellent food for hens the summer months but fed good sharp grit should be furnish ed to assist in grinding the shucks which are very tough and hard to A TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see that your blood rich and and whole system put inperfectly healthy condition use of Dr Liver Powder Then Powder is the best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Price 25c and 60o Bottle For sale by R E Mcllobcrts The Burbon Isews says The crop in Bourbon will only yield half a crop this year Corn will also yield about half a crop The falling off in these crops is due to the drouth No More Shakes TRYYucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Take a Worthless Substitute Insist on YUCATAN PRICE 5QC Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford IMeware Milwaukee Conneticut ContinentalGlens German American Wienix of iirookbn New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercnaiitile TIMETABLES C Branch passes Lancaster 1110 AM Northbnd Mixed 335r ji- Northbnd PaHgr i v a 52 A x GermilD NHM during masticate RBilC1utiCli5 RI KINNAIRD INSURANCE ReggehIia FollowinGoillDlni es Aetna11fo Ins Go of 1 Southbnd Xixed u ju 12 4j I Jd n C JiVYabtt c i I Cawi an 1 I r 1 c rhi coda hel I lla1forC J STATE ODDS AND ENDS I 8 i O TI I INDEPENDENT DISTILLERS Itlpf Will Holit a ConlVreuce at LntiUvl1 to Apt tie mi a Jlun to Limit Wlitaiy 1rbclucilou LocisvirrE Ivy Aug 0 The inle peiidcnt distiller of tic stati will hold u conference Tusday the Gait house iind will try to igrce upon a plan to limit the production of whibky the coming sa on About forty distillers lire expected to take part in the move menu The plan of the independent distillers is to figure out the curtail ment of production necessary to keep up prices and make trade brisk and to apportion this among themselves each di tiller to sign an agreement not to produce more than the quantity of whisky allotted to him When this is done a committee will be appointed to ascertain if the trust will agree with the independent distillers to limit the production of their plants The trust controls u little over half of the entire capacity of the state and it is not thought probable the officers of the company will consider any proposition from outsiders This makes doubtful the effectiveness of the movement as persons prominent in the combine have recently spoken of the plan of the independent distillers There is a disposition on the part of some of the latter to make war on the big concerns if it should refuse to limit production KILLED A CONSTABLE Jim JScltzrr Shut Itf a Man Named How ant iu H llctiiote larl of Leslie Ky Lat Week LONDON Ky Aug 8 News has just been received here from a remote part of Leslie county of the killing of a constable by his prisoner Last Thurs day Jim 15iltzer went to the head of Middle Fork and placed under a man named Howard from Ilarlau county The two ceedcd some distance when Ueltzer topped a house Howard outside As Beltzer was returning and stepped from the doorway Howard drew a 45 fired and shot him through the head cam iug instant death his escape and up to Saturday had not been apprehended by the county authorities who have of fcred n reward for his being brought to ilyden the county seat The Tostiuiouy Closed BAKBOUKVILLE Ky Aug 6 The testimony has closed in the case against James Baker for killing Howard The witnesses for the defense testified that Tom and James Baker were at home when the killing occurred Argument commenced iri day The case will be given to the jury Saturday evening The case against Wiley Baker will then be called Although many feudists are here there are no disturbances d tluiiuger Dead LOUISVILLE Ky Aug 8 Benjamin Oilman who was superintendent of the City Railway Co here and later superintendent of a street railway in New Orleans died suddenly of heart disease at his farm ten miles from lawrenceburg Ky Sunday lie was 55 years of age and leaves a widow children Colored KxcnrsionUt MIShap PADUCAH KjAug 9 The towboat Iowa of Henderson sank in the Ohio river below Uniontown Tuesday with 400 colored excursionists on her barges en route to Paducah to attend a She struck a snag and went down rapidly four feet of water being over her gauge when she settled No lives were lost No Ca es of bnmllpo- xHorKixsvnLK Ky Aug 6 Of the 11 smallpox cases in the pesthouse eight were diseharircd th s week The ll suspects confined in the detention camp will be held a week longer There are no new cases and it is not believed there will be a further spread of the disease Defender Acqutted MiDDiKsnono Ky Aug 8 Jerome Gilliam who shot and killed John Hall at Pound Gap Va about ten days ago was acquitted of the charge at lila trial it being proved that the was n selfdefense MIDDIESBORO Ky Aug 9 There arc good prospects that a large paper pulp mill will be erected here soon T J Headley Bro of Anderson Ind are looking over the location Two hundred hands are proposed Centennial Meeting Closed Ky Aug G After the most successful meeting in the history of the association the Bracken Baptists closed their centennial meeting here Friday The association will meet next year at Ewing Died of Appendicitis DANVILLE Ky Aug 6 Rev John D Robertson pastor of the Statesville N C Baptist church died of lie was a brother of Prof A T Robertson of the Southern Baptist theological seminary Louisville Killed a Boy COKBIN Ky Aug 5 The west end of Knox county is excited over the killing of James Llewallcn a 12year old boy by James Hopper and Hop pers subsequent released by the local officers on the claim that they had no jurisdiction Pe th of IJr Robert Walker SCOTTSVILLE Ky Aug 5 Dr Walker a widelykgown physician and former ter of the state senate died at hbi home in this place t t t I J at especially Count arrest pro andentered leaving Colts Howardmade Wilson Former andseveral celebration ew I I I killing lug lapoPcJp ULU CARLISLE appendicitis Rob crt southern Ken ucky me r e I unfavorably Sisters jiI EXPLOSION IN A TUNNEL Truffle on ho Cincinnati Southern Road llluclcoil by the Kusultnnt femodur- lusr Fire and tho Wreckage SOMERSET Ky Aug 9 Twentytwo freight cars furnished fuel for a mold ering fire iu tunnel No 4 on the Ciuciii nati Southern seven miles south Tuesday morning and the company was obliged to operate passenger trains via Jellico and the Louisville i Nashville road There were six loaded cars in the train of empties One of these was a tank car containing oil to it was a car of naphtha These cars were about in the center of the train and they were about in the middle of the tunnel when they exploded from causes not known Instantly the rear of the train jammed in and wedged the wreckage It may require several days to remove the LEXINGTON Ky Aug 9 A fire en gine aud hose wagon together with several Lexington firemen were Tues day night sent on a special train from here to the burning tunnel on the Gin cmnati Southern railroad seven miles south of Somerset THE GRIFFITH FACTION A Body of Mounted Men With Winches ters and Itevolverj Aro on the Way 10 Clay County LONDON Ky Aug 6 A force of ab ut 15 mounted men armed with Winchesters and Colts revolvers and a good supply of ammunition passed be tween here and Pittsburg Thursday night going in the direction of Clay county They were members of the Uridiu faction and it is supposed that they have joined those who have gone into Manchester to attend the trial of Green Griffin which is set for Friday Green is to be tried for the killing of Edward Fisher in the big battle of two weeks ago in Clay coun ty There is no telling whether will occur or not CAMPAIGN OPENED Democratic Ware Held la ill of tile Principal Cities of the State on on Jay LOUISVILLK Ky Aug 9 The of the democratic ticket headed by William Gocbel for governor was opened Monday meetings being held in a dozen or more of the principal towns of the state Settle Allen Wheeler and Rhea made addresses at at Frankfort Dixon Hopkiusvillc and Russellvtlle respectively Con gressman Khea is the most prominent of tire Stone leaders in the recent Louisville convention to take the stump for iocbel Candidates on the state ticket made speeches in various parts of the state HOPKIXSVILLK Ky Aug Johnson an aged citizen was driving near the Louisville Nashville depot whcii his horse took fright and ran off throwing him from the vehicle He became entangled in the lines and fell under the horses feet when he was almost to death before he could be rescued lie is unconscious and will die Verdict of Acquittal in the linker Cane HAKKOUKVILLK Ky Aug 8 The TJaker case has been given to the jury It is the general impression that James linker will be acquitted Thin jury reported in the James Baker murder case a verdict of not guilty after HO minutes The sheriff had an extra police force to prevent an outbreak The Howards arc dissatis lied Threats are heard suicided PADUCAH Aug 6 Mrs Kotter 81 years of age hanged herself to a maple tree in the yard of her soninlaw John Lovcrkamp with whom she lived a few miles below on the Illinois side of the river She had imagined that site hid become a burden to the family Cut IiU lirothcr CARLISLE Ky Aug 8 colored who has served a term in time Kentucky penitentiary was arrested and placed in jail here charged with cutting his brother from the effects of which his death is momentarily ex pected New Kentucky Ioit Offices WASHINGTON Aug 9 The following post offices have been established in Kentucky Days Breathitt county with Willie Hoi brook postmaster Malt Larue county with Joseph H Kowell postmaster Jumped Into Well VANCKIWIUJ Ky Aug S Miss Eliz a guest of the hotel at Escu lapia springs 12 miles south of here jumcd into a well and cide Iloltcri Slaking Preparation LExiNGToN Ky Aug 8 Local democrats met and appointed on finance arrangements and transportation to make preparations for the state convention in this city August 16 Sheriff Used a 1UtoI- LEXn4GTON Ky Aujr S Deputy Sheriff lien Prcckman Saturday night shot and wounded in the wrist his neighbor Benjamin McCann They disputed over the conduct of McCanns children toward Frcckmans wife Mc Canu struck Frcckiuan with a club Attention Storage Vurnishefl for G Ward for particulars Lancas ter Mills Elevator Cor Brui w Ygur Job JorJ Is andnext I debris examining trouble Meetings Sot campaign Congressmen to Veulh SWilliam t Motherin Law Catherine Pa- ducah Desha a aboUt Reuse SO years of age of Cincinnati committedsui bolting comm tets J1 wheat l j di Aged Man irainpied ICy Her Seep 1 Mother and Babe but a mother knows the I anguish and dread that a I 1 woman endures before and during I childbirth And still nearly all this I MOTHERS FRIEND will in great measure overcome every s7 distressing symptom and labor itself will T net be a very serious ordcaL Remember I that MOTHERS FRIEND is an ex 1 ternal liniment that softens f the muscles and is not a dangerous II your druggist for it or send price 1 to T IHE BRADHELD REGUUIOR CO AUaaUGa 1 Send for our free illustrated book Before Utby is Born A Different Commodity Mrs Newlywed 1 dont see why you are In such a hurry to get to work mornings You used to say that you could love me through all eternity Mr so I can and will dearest But time on earth is more you know Judge Wifely Worm No said the married lady to her mother I have no idea where or how hi spends his evenings In fact he is like the lamp his goings out leave me in the dark Indianapolis Journal Sometimes the Case Mrs Nowbride A woman never knows what she can do with a man until she tries does she Old Aunt Broadhead No and then she is often sorry she found She Hadnt Heard of It Mr Wabash Do you think the north pole will ever be found Miss Olive Miss Olive of St Louis Why I didnt know it was lost Chicago lice ord Experienced Have you ever speculated in stocks No hut I was held up by a once Chicago TimesHerald DIGEST YOUR FOOD cent of all sickness is caused food not being properly digested it creates pot sons and goes blood anaL then you liable to almost any disease the human is heir to Use Dr Carlstedts German Powder and watch the results You will the good effects after taking one dose Give a trial be convinced Price 23c Or Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Curaa Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children For sale by R E McRoberts I I I NONE I I sufIfcring is unnecessary T faithful I andrelaxes I compound ofopiates to swallow Ask I tt NewlywedAnd valuable outPuek highwayman r 1u S a l QUEEN ICRESCENT Independent Order of Immaculates Montgomery Ala August S 12 1899 East Tennessee Educational Assoc iation Mossy Creek Tenn August 2325 1899 Sell only in Tennessee Deutscher Kriegerdunt of North America Chicago 111 August 1315 International Association of Fire Engineers Syracuse N Y August 2225 1899 Independent Order Red Men Great Washington D C Septem ber 1115 Sovereigh Grand I O O FMich September 1224 1899 Colored Camp Itfectlug High Bridge Ky Greatest camp meeting of colored people ever known the State Fine music special attractions Bishops Turner and Salter will Excursion rates and trains via the Queen and Crescent Route August ith and 13th Ask agents for full particulars High Bridge Excursion Excursions are run from Cincinnati more beautiful place to visit than this entrancing spot You cant afford to miss it The rate is remarkably low One Dollar from cents from Lexington and like low rates from points Ask your ticket agent about it You cannot af ford to miss this pleasant day on the river Your ticket agent will give you rates dates and schedules for these excursions Camp meeting Somerset Ky Building Ordinance The City Council of the city of Ky do ordain as follows 1 That no permit shall be granted for the erection of a building and no building shall be erected on the public square or at any point on Richmond street Danville street Lexington street or Stanford street between the public square and the first street counting from the square crossing any of the aforesaid streets other than a brick or stone building which shall be covered with metal 2 Any ordinance in conflict herewith is hereby repealed 3 This ordinance goes into effect passage and publication according to law in CENTRAL RECORD of Ky JKOTHAYS JIHAMILTON JEROBINSON Hays Hamilton Robinson Attorneys and Counselors at Law LANCASTER KY UTE 18 ak Sunday Lancaster upon Lancaster C D 99 ouncil etroit I v t Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at G S GAINESIt fully Warranted and Excels all others All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand Six without extra charge Befiucd home Number limited Term tewonable TH SMITh A M Pres Alumi of Unir of v A BOON TO MANKINDi D TABLERS BUCKEYE z 1 M 0 rky W fru lan ua LSt Piano and DuctString iuaic Director Grad Boy Cot of MUlllc Munich Superb in Art and In ElocutionGrounds 33 acres In America for beauty Itll tudenta have 8ttH Southern Girl School Curriculumperhaps In essentials the auyeheBEAU NTNARRODSUR Organ Director lies more than am A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS JAMES Sole Proprietor 310 lid 11 Strat ST LOWS MO STORMES STORE INTERNALand F BALLARD DRUG NATIONAL mi Z93 THE a s CAPITAL t 10000000 S OF BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPH Y SURPLUS 92000000l LANCASTER KY A President JNO E STOBME3 Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JR R T EMBRY Asst Cashr Bookkeeper DIRECTORS k R Dxssy Sam Alex R Denny I I D Cochran Jas Spllmau A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Btormes BEAZLEY 3DENTISTTeeth extracted without palm w th Vitalized Air Office in the New Thompson Building WS m A BUSINESS PILE InE i CURE PUBLIC SALEOF A Garrard Go Farm I will offer publicly on the premlsss On Thursday Aoj 10 1899 THE DR REID situated at Old on the Richmond and Lancaster pike 8 miles from Lanca ter and 2K miles from Louisville i Nashville depot The Farm Consists of 330 ACRES well improved with good new residence chard and all necessary outbuildings such office In the yard jmoke house cr rriago house Ice house Also splendid slatted double corn cribs capacity of 400 tobacco barns one of which IH new stock barn and tenant house ELEGANT COMMUNITY offered in two tracts 242 acres with the im provements 8S acres unimproved said tractsdivided by the pike and then as a whole thebid or bids accepted which realize the greatersum Sale will begin at II a m 150 acres of knob land tire or six miles dis tant will go with the farm TEKMS OK SALE Onethird cash balance In one and two years with C per cent interest T D ENGLISH Aucr Danville Ky FAPaint Lick o c barrelstwo schoolhouse I LETCmm i as v 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 StockWhen shipping East dont fail to consign ourcare privilege selling which will be of benefitto you Central Covington Stock Yards Co I tothe attentionto 1 EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the youn man or young woman who wnnM ir success in inc conceded t Is of first importance to get your training at tIme school that strands In the very front rank THE BRYANT STBATTOX BUSINESS COLLEGE KY ThIs beIng II LOUISVILLE Seven experienced teachers each one a t in his lineGraduates college business houses Write fora beautiful book testimonials from graduates occupyingprominent positions alt over the United Htatea it will mailedto yon refrred Consign your stock to Rabenstein Harris Conner Live stock Commission Merchants I Central Clovington Stock Yards Covington Ky or Union Stock Yards Cincinnati When shipping East bill our care privilege selling Central Covington Stock Yards We will make it to your advantageand give your stock pecialper on l attention v Q 1 j0 il 1c4I i t iit