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W Bay pie , Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Ky., a Second Cleus Matter TJSNTH FE.J.K. 1 , 2fU3tBE-i- 9 LOTTO LANDRAM, Published LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST Old Fashioned fair at Danville. A circus! What luck! ivankcd. Hens 5ic. per poand. ' 10, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. " S WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME. Walt for the big Danville Fair. Don't forget to call fprtlckets o Write to H. C. Bright, secretary Danville Fair, for catalogue A nice line of C indleOigars, and Tobacco at R. L. JEmNas & Co. ,hNb. Nouthcott. Big circus Saturday, the 19th. Harness away down for 3oJlays. W. J. ROXANS. Silverware stock-holders at R. L. Jifiaxas & Co. Lot of Hammi at cost to close Some loafers are very much afraid are putting too much out. J. C. Thom the money into the hotel. Just any old price goes in Joseph's Joseph's clearance sale is drawing clearance sale. Wc must havrroom. like a traction engine. The people You have two months Slip know the goods are genuine, and the pers. Buy them at odst, of R. L prices away down low. Jknnings & Co. Paint Lick Ky. ar Teachers Examination. Dillebay is preparing to lire two Examination for white teachers will more immense brick kilns. They are be held in the superintendent's office larger than the last one. Friday and'Saturday, August 18 and The sound of hammer, saw, trowel 19. Colored teachers will be examined and lumber wagon lias completely Friday and Saturday Aug. 25 and 2G, drowned out the voice of the croaker, House for Rent. Bulldtne Lots. house, For year 1900, good If you want to buya nice Building with good cellar, cistern and stable. Lot can sell you I oneirom 1 to 4 acres Kear Public Square in Lancaster. cheap. T. Curkky. property sultab'e for boarding house. Apply to John M. Orand. 3t. Storeroom For Bent. i Will rent room Iv now occupy and Fine SrrnoB. give possession at on stock of goods Wc have heard many compliments now low and will be so! a whole at on the sermon preached Sunday by n orrAfit. Ivirrriiln ' . oWKKNKY, Eld. Charles E. Powell, at the Christian church. Elder Powell is a young Kay Peas, Attention, man of marked ability and his zeal Regular meetings will be resumed has made for him many ardent admir- tomorrow, Friday, night, and every ers. member should be present. There will be' work in the third degree and Preaches Sunday Night. Elder Will Walden, of Bloomfield, other matters of importance. Be Ky., will preach at the Christian there brethren, we need you. church next Sunday night. Will has Bit Tomato. many friends in Lancaster who will Policeman "Doc" Walker brought be glad of this opportunity to hear us the largest tomato' of the season. him preach. It measured 22 inches in circumfer ence and weighed three pounds. He Curfew in Lancaster. There is talk of enacting the curfew has raised, so far, ten bushels which law in Lancaster. This would be a almost came up to this one in size. capital idea and it would be wise to Taxes Dhc extend the age to 21 years. Urchins Town taxes are now due, and prop of all ages roam the streets half the erty owners should come night, if they choose, and judging from once and settle. This has forward at to be their language and conduct, they have and those putting off too long done will it never been brought in contact with white-oaboard. the E. 51. Walkeu. Collector. tn Line. FuIIIhc Death of Mrs. Willis, Most all property owners are makMrs. John Burdett received the sad ing nice sidewalks now, but a few news of the death of her sister, Mrs. have the line under their tail and are Amanda trying to kick over the traces. The Lewiston, Willis, which occurred at Neb., August 7. The de Council expects to enforce the law, ceased had been ill for quite a while but, of course, desires to give the propwas a great sufferer. The funeral erty owner all possible showing. The and held in the Lewiston M. E. church town must have good sidewalks, and was the Council is to be congratulated in and the remains interred in the cem etery at that place. its move to secure them. ten-roo- The performers in Coopers Big Consolidated Shows are the best In the A great many Garrard folks are at- land. tending the Lexington fair this week. Cooper's show is the one that showed Remember the dates of the old- here early last spring and had such fashioned fair at Danville, Aug. 30, 31, good performers. and Sept. L Trade at ofir store and get first class A new broom sweeps clean, thats L, why we want all our present stock out goods and ayhice.present besides. R. Jennings bpf. Paint Lick Ky. J. Joseph of the way for fall good. The town has beeft filled with ladles Without Balh most every day lapsly, drawn hith Gill Prather was held without ball er by Joseph's blgearance sale. charge of murdering Richard on the In order to cut riiv large stock of There is always room in Lancaster Buggies, Pheatons anaRoad Wagons for hustlers. If you have any ginger down, will give a big cut in prices for, the next thirty days.' WJ. Romans. In you, come. If you are a moss-bachead the other way, please. G. S. Gaines is agent, for Superior Its a poor merchant that carries Kentucky and Haworths Drills the over goods from season to season. We best known in KenttKJcy This place clean out our stocx, no matter how is head quarters for airlands farming tome and get impliments, specialties BF. Avery's great the sacrifice bargains. J. Josepi. Burton Great Closing j m Out Sale! Ladies, Misses V Childrens at Paint Lick. & m m m Shoes and Slippers. A lot of Misses and Children's Slippers at 25, 50, 75, and $1.00, worth double the price we are asking for X k REDUCED PRICES; 'TO&UCED TCAUCED RAWED PRIDE'S YSSHCtD PRICTS REDUCED PRICES Is the lever by which we expect to close down our stock so we will have as few goods as possible to move. Come prTou Will Miss Some GRE AT B ARG AINS IW IKV GOODS. ClotMng, Furnishing Ibods Boots and Shoes Crab Orchard Springs. Sneed's Father Dead. Those who have visited Crab Orch The friends of Milton Sneed, the ard Springs this season say the fare is polite colored painter and band teach elegant and the appointments better er, sympathize with him in the death than they have been for many years, of his father, which occurred at If one wants rest, comfort and pleas Monday. ure, he should, by all means, go to this resort. The water is by far the best Gaines A: Fanlconer in Kentucky. Have the newest store in Garrard county, with a most complete and Curfew Rings at Danville stock. They will gladly give The curfew law is now in effect at you the highest market price for pro- Dapvllle and is being rigidly enforced duce of all kinds. They take the lead Boys and girls under 16 years of age and never follow. Call and be con will not be allowed on the streets after vinced. It nine o'clock at night during the sum mer, and eight o'clock during the win Strayed. Bay mare with white hind feet, two ter. The court house bell will be rung saddle marks, about 9 years old. Also fifteen minutes before the hour fixed yearling mare mule colt, light bay. for the children to be off the streets, Left my place, in Middleburg, last and when the warning bell is rung all Thursday. Information thankfully children under the age limit must received. K. J. Rigney, Middleburg, hurry home, or the policeman gathers Ky. It. the urchins under his wing and takes them to the parents, who pay a fine if The Stock Pens. f satisfactory excuse is not forthcoming. The pens will be prepared to feed Danville people say the law is working and water, and parties bringing stock great good. to town can place same in the pens Cattle On The Street. and know It will be properly attended to. The old plan of driving stock The Council adopted a good law eight or ten miles and letting it stand Monday night when they took steps on the street all day withont food or to keep the stock off the Public Square houses- .- Reg water will be much improved upon by and out of ular stock pens have been erected on adopting the pens. Totten avenue and all stock must be Notice to Pike Contractors driven there. It is very unreasonable I would like to confer with contract to ask that stock be allowed to stand ors on the pikes of Garrard as to the on tte Square all day and half the advisability of using a rock crusher to time on the pavements. After counfurnish metal for said pikes, and wish ty court day the street, and many to say that I can furnish the power pavements look like hog pens. At all and crusher for doing the work, If on other towns the stock is taken to a a paying basis. O. W. Potts regular place set apart for the purpose and those wanting to buy know where This Do Settle It. go to find it. When first adopted The jig is up with Lancaster and to the new railroad. Its all over, and in other towns a howl is always sent our labor has been lost. We never up, but when traders try it a while they are nqjt. willing to go back to the became discouraged until we saw in old plan. Some will kick, but this can Fridays Interior-Journwhere the Stanford city council had "appropri- be expected in any enterprise or moveated $25." to send a committee to head ment for the towns betterment. quarters, banquet the surveyors, and Jockey Row Jdust Go. do things up in style generally. Now One of the greatest nuisances the it is a settled fact that we cannot cope town has had to contend with is the with such extravagant and lavish use court day "Jockey Row". The "jockof money. Twenty-fiv- e dollars ! Just think of it. We expected to meet with eys", which means nothing more nor congregate a hot fight from our clever neighbors, less than on certain streets on county couit but such free use of coin takes the days and simply elevate hades all day wind out of our sails. long. They get drunk, shoot, cuss City Council. and use all kinds of profane language, The regular August meetine of the People living on those streets are comCouncil was held Monday night. The pelled to close their front doors and police judge reported fines and for windows, and in some cases have left feitures $85. Marshal Walker report home. At the council meeting Mon-da- y ed collected $82.65. A number of night, one resident sent in a note small claims were allowed and ordered threatening to have the town indicted paid. Dr. Evans made application for by the grand jury for permitting a permit to erect frame house on his nuisance. The ordinance introduced lot and J. I. Hamilton to build a three makes it a fineable offense to trade story house 46 x 76, on the Alec Miller horses on any street of the town, exlot. The Council decided that as cept Totten avenue where the stock these houses would come within the pens are located. As this is only a limit defined in the recent building short distance from the present ordinance, they could not grant the "stand", the "jockeys" will have no permit. Rice Benge was given per- kick coming. mit to erect a large stable on Totten Water Works Contracts Signed, avenue, in "Middleboroug". The two At the City Council meeting Mon-da- y ordinances referred to in this issue, night, the franchise was read, a were introduced, given one reading and will be passed before next meet- few minor details arranged and the documents signed, sealed and deliving. ered. This completes all the legal The Record Appreciated. steps, and all left to be done is a ratiEditor Louis Landram with the fication of the board's acts by a vote Lancabteii Record has accomplished of the people in November. The peomore for the benefit of his town than ple are beginning to see the painful any other man in Garrard county. need of water and It is safe to say the When he goes out after anything he vote will be fifty to one in its favor. never fails to bring it in. There was There are a few "erposed to it", of the electric light, changing of train course, but the opposition is fast schedules, the construction of new ho- dwindling away. The hustling, pushtel, stores, opera house, the Southern ing people want the water. One of railway survey and now waterworks. the lamest objections to the system is Much of the credit Is due Mr. Landram that the town is not large enough to for agitating the question that brought afford it. Of course it's not large and will bring on to completion these enough now, but how do you suppose various enterprises. 5tt Ternon Sig- the town will ever grow if the people nal. are not given protection from fire, Much obliged for the above, Jim. dust and disease? There are ten Thk' Rbcord has done what it be- thousand arguments in favor of the lieved' was Its duty. We only, have a plant, bat we will not take space to few moasbacks leftnow. but the high argue it, for any rain who will give baiMtBgg 1h course of construction the matter unpredjudlced considerawill1 make- - so much shade, ,and the tion will come to the conclusion the water-worcause ad' much damDoeas scheme is exactly right. We have got that the ranahiing old croaks will soon it before the people bow--, and the die of rfceuatatim. Let us hope; so, proposition is as certain to carry, as at toast, . tJwtto 6 rolls' rwad. "hoss-swapper-- () (J () x () x () () m m them. Nice line of Ladies Stylish Oxfords in Blacks m and Tans, ranging in price from $1.00 to $3.50, that we will close at 50, 75, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2 00. are rare bargains, and you should have a pair. These m m 1 G5 25 Fant patterns that we will make up your Measure less than cost. (; x Straw and Crash Hats at cost. A few Crash Suits left that we will close out at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. I 1 m r') (! (! Logan For Sale. ewes, 18 weaning calves, 7 head mules, 25 stock hogs. J. I. Hamil- & I 81.00 cash. Robinson. HASELBEH (Patented Feb. 28, 1890.) (! ( (j am standing a nice Jersey Bull at THE m25tf R. L. Elkin. FILTER. ton. 121, 25, 35, The Danville fair will be the biggest thing on wheels. Aug. 30, 31 and A line of Worsted dress goods worth Sept. 1. 0vand,75c, all io at 10c Ladies and CnildrensSUppers and per. yd. E. IvJennings & Co. Summer dress goods"'' at cost. B. L. "We have to make room forfall goods, Jennings & CoPaint Lick Ky. and will sell a great majay goods at s A few don't like the way cost, and some at Ipss'than cost. B. the new buildings are being made. Ky L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick Wonder if these clams ever saw a town tax receipt. Wanted. Iron and bones. Farmers bring in New Barber. old machinery, good price paid. Joe !Niklass, the new barber. Shop H.TJ. JfOKTHCOTT. tf N. E. corner Public Square. All work & Currey, Agents for Dan done in - the latest style. Give me a Smitt tf ville Steam laundry. Work shipped trial. and received daily. Shirt waists a Don't Read This! specialty. Office at Batsons Dry goods After August 1st we will have for tf. sale the best coal in any quanity at store. the lowest price. It will pay you to More Houses Wanted. There is a pressing demand for see us before buying. Office and yard Granary. W. B. Moss & dwelling houses in Lancaster. A num- opposite-thtf. ber of families want to locate here but &Co. can find no houses. Bent has always The Chief Engineer. been good here and we know of no The Mt. Vernon Signal says: than a number of "Charleston", the private coach of better investment s dwellings to rent. Southern railway was brought there Sunday night with Chief Engineer Death or Little Cnlld. Many Lancaster friends extend Wells who went out to see his. corps sympathy to Capt. Tom Richards and of engineers who are now working on family, of Danville, on the death of a line between Broadhead and Free , Bose Blch- - dom. Mr. Prescott, who on5e survey his little ards Patrick. The childs mother was ed a line from Mt. Vernon down burled here last March. The remains Skaggs Creek, Is along also. of the child was brought here for in Cheap ExcHrslea to Atlantic City terment Monday. On Thursday, August 17th. the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will sell Like Old Times. The coon excursion train Sunday round trip tickets to Atlantic City morning was pulled by jolly old Phil and Cape May at 914.00 for the round Soden, the fastest and best engineer trip from Lexington, tickets good re on the L. & N.. and John Bdse, form- turning 15 days. Stop-ovewill be allowed at Wash erly of Lancaster, was jerking the bell cord. Phil Soden used to run on ington, Baltimore and Philadelphia the Bichmond branch in the good old in either direction, which will enable days before the K. C. took charge. He Merchants to make a very cheap trip is known by every man, woman and from Philadelphia to New York bechild from Louisville to Jellico, and fore they return home. Tickets will since being put on the run to Nash- - be good going on the regular New vills is almost as well kdown over York Limited train leaving 'Lexing-ton11.30 a. m. Thursday August there. Many a time have we ridden on the engine with Phil when he was 17th. also on the Washington Express running so fast that telegraph poles leaving at 8.50 p. m. Sleeping car looked like the teeth of a comb. Phil berths are $4.00 through to Atlantic don't mind being "laid out" if the City. No other Excursion can offer such dispatcher will only give him a clear s and track when he does get away. He has a variety of interesting the reputation of "making up" time side trips as does this trip to Atlantic and if given a clear track always goes City. In addition to the Sea Shore, in on time. It brings a case of rail- stops can be made at White Sulphur and road fever on us to see like car at Covington Va. For sleeping resenratiois, or any other inforSodftfi, Capt Rose, Bogle, Jim Flor- mation, write or call on Geo. W. Barence, Wink Alcorn, Jim Maret, Dan ney. Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington Ky. Sexton, Jim Mcklnaey and a few chug-heade first-clasgrand-daughterat Stop-overrs Cleanses Water 4 e c II J. JR. f- - Print IN EVERY DETAIL. Separates trash from the water before the water Is filtertil. Water Alters upward thronjeh sclve, from being mixed with filtering material, llird nests, leaves. trHsh etc.. cannot possibly enter Altering material, as it caught iu the bottom of filler before water is is filtered. "Wnen screw cap is removed. It allows filter to dry out thoroughly. There is uo chance for bugs er any kind oi Insects to accumulate as Ic dues iu other filters from damuuess. HASELDi&N, Lancaster, Ky. Bcazlcy & fiangbman. Fiienl Mmtirs. Arterial art Cavity . Em WlIBg A Specialty. Full Line of Finitirt W. McC JOHNSTON, ui Carets. JOHN T. JOHNSTON JOfflSTOI CML fc JOHISTOM Mora Looal on Ntxt Pg. ImUimb ui. Surtprs, KY JUVNCASTER. w i- CENTRAL RECORD XVEBT WKKK BY Reserving . ZANDKAJf. Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The subject of this sketch, 3Ir. Robt ert E. Hughes, is a Lancaster ooy oi whom our citizens are very proud. Bob is what may be called a"self-made- " young man. When quite a small boy he went to work in his fatlier's omcc as "devil" on the Lancaster News. This was in 1885. TBg Mn. The flfon't YX1.K, IK ADVAJCCE. " SONS Mouths. " " .11.00 . .50 . .25 lie displayed a won- - More ad rttsdie of Kiasey troubles than of ai ijr .other disease. 'When the tirst symptrtnis of this disease appear, no time should be lost in taking Foley's Sidney Cure, which is guaran teed or moraey refunded 50cts and 1.00 C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Fatal llseae. In Died, "Leslie ITIcmoriHjm. The Richmond Register says: Pho-- 1 tographer Louis Schlegel had a pair; of pretty Pekin ducks on exhibition, but they 'were outclassed by R. L. Elkin's, of Lancaster, whose ducks n were the finest we ever saw. Mr. also exhibited a pair of black Minorca chickens, which carried off the premium. El-ki- Dove hunters In the Ponnyrile could hardly wait for the first of this month to get in the field, and thev 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 Eye Are made Strong. did vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye salve. Its put up in tubes, and sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store DANVILLE FAIR. AUG. 30, 31, Old-Fashioned, Sept 1. at Adams, Ir.d., July 11th TIIURSDAY August, lO - 1899 The Maccabaes had an initiation Friday night. Spring chickens for saje, 9 and 10c per pound, cash. II. loruico- a ivnit. and Mrs. Henry M. Vanhuss. He was ill about six wer ks. Leslie was ten months and one, day old. The funeral was held at Christian church by Rev. Morrow, after which our little boy was laid to rest in the Adams grave yard. He leaver behind father, mother, sis ter and two brothers, one little broth er having gone before. Sheep for Siile. fti nicp. vounir ewes, rresu W. R. Cook. from the mountains. Sacks Sacks. II. A B Marksbury & Son keep on hand naw sacks, and will sell to the f:irninrs at COSt. llllllilllllllllS derful fondness for all brandies oi newspaper work, and when the r.ews The name of Hon. James If. Denny Was bought by Jas. 11. Marrs and Tun is being prominently mentioned in Record established, lie was immeoi connection with the democratic nom- - ately put to work as local editor and He held this place until iiiMtiim for the Legislature. A cleaner solicitor. nr more canauio muu txiuiu uyu ut 18U: when he gave it up to accept a place as U. S. Uauger. He held the found. latter position until 1897, at which Jack Turner Dead. Jack Turner, the man tried with time he resigned to accept a place as Dec Turner for killing Marion Sebas reporter on the Louisville Commer tinn in this citv two vears aco, died cial. The Commercial people readily larmer, recognized his marked ability and six Simdnv. He was a Mr. Turner had only been ill for a few months later promoted him to city editor of that paper. He has tilled the days. latter until the present time. Mr, Better Fixed. Hughes is now visiting relatives in We have again secured the services Lancaster, and yesterday received of Mr. R. E. Henry as foreman of Thk telegram from the Commercial man Recokd ollicc. This work has been agers asking if he would accept the months by ye editor, done for several place of night editor, a position of who will now have better opportunity honor and responsibility. He has not to get up "copy" for the paper. We decided whether he will accept the are better fixed than ever before for place, but will detlrmine when he re rioincr inhwork. and earnestly ask a turns to the city. Hr. nughes was trial order. married in 1892 to Miss Maggie, oldest The Record's Premium. daughter of Col. and Mrs. Jno. W. TrtK Rkcord's premium at the Miller. Bob is a boy entitled to great is for Fancy Turnout, credit for the energy he has displayed Danville Fair shown by lady and gentleman. Con in his work, and his Lancaster friends siderations, general appearance of rig are very proud of him. and occupants. This will be one of For Sale or It cut. the special attractions of the third The property (store and residence day, Frida', Sept. 1. combined) of Dr. Thomas B. XicholS; House Bought. at Paint Lick, Ky. For terms, call on Mr A B Bastin, the clever proprie- or address W. I. Williams, attorney, tor of the telephone exchange, bought Lancaster, Ky. 3t. of sherilf Ward, the house and lot, ad Mr. About Completed. Iiluo joining the exchange, for $2,000. The telephone line will be completed Bastin will move his family here in a connected by few days. We extend him the ngnt so as to make hand of fellowship and welcome him early next week and then we can talk as a citizen. He's the kind we want direct to Stanford, Richmond, Lancas ter, Danville, lcholasville and Leb a hustler. anon, and intervening points, and very A Paint Lick KntcrprUc. soon connection win oe made with Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Lexington, Frankfort and other north' Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting Paragon. with rcadv sale every where. Persons em points. Somerset who have used it say it's a marked Fall and Winter Suits. success and a sure cure for Fistula. I have just received Wanamaker and Enlarge Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, samples. Brown's absolutely ment. Greasy Heel. etc. It is sold on fresh and attractive, with a guarantee a written guarantee, and money re on material, workmanship and nt. ap-lfunded if not as represented. With 40 years experience they defy Death ol Mr. Dunn. competition in quality and prices. It was with great surprise and sor I also handle the goods from the row that the many friends of the fam great Western Tailoring company, of ily learned of the death of Mrs. W. G. Chicago, which is up to date in style Dunn, which occurred at an early and down to date in prices. Suits hour Saturday morning, at the family made by the best tailors, cut to your residence near the Fork church. Mrs. measure, sewed throughout with the Dunn had only been ill a day or so best standard silk, at $9 to $'.i0. Com and was only considered in a danger pare goods and prices before buying, ous condition for several hours before No tit no pay. M. D. Hughes, Agt. the end came. The physician pro Eight BranchcM ol' 'Km. nounced the cause congestion of the An exchange, in speaking of the brain. The deceased belonged to one of the most widely connected families obstacles to the growth and develop in the county, and was a great favorite ment of a town, says: "Town killers among all. She was a good Christian are classified into eight separate woman, an exemplary wife and moth- - branches, as follows: First, those who er, a great cnurcu worKer. ana naa go uuiuuwiuuuu men &nuppnig been nrominentlv connected with the second, those who are opposed to im local charities for years, to which she provements: third, those who prefer trave liberally of her time and means, quiet town to one of push and business and her loss will be greatly telt by all fourth, those who imagine they own with whom she was associated. She the town; fifth, those who deride pub n husband and lie spirited men; sixth, those who op leaves a three children to mourn her loss. The pose every movement that does not dece;ised was 4" years old and mem originate with them; seventh, those ber of Pleasant Grove church. Funeral who oppose every movement that does services were conducted at the resi not appear to benefit them: eighth dence by Eld. J. L. Allen Sunday those who seek to injure the credit or niornintr. and the remains interred in reputation of individuals." the Lancaster Cemeterj'. Library for Graded School. Nominated for Governor. citizens last Several Mr. O. T. Wallace, of this county, week started out to secure enough was nominated for governor on the money to purchase a suitable library Prohibition ticket. Mr. Wallace is for the Graded School. Their efforts were promptly rewarded, as 8119, was secured with a day's work. J. E, Stormes agreed to deliver the books at just what they cost him, and they will be ordered at once. Prof. Patter son hands in following for publication In behalf of the pupils of the Lancas ter Graded School. I desire to return thanks to the following ladies an gentlemen for their liberal donations towards purchasing a library for the Lancaster Graded School: Y M C A Wl Williams, Mrs John Gill, R H Batson, J M Logan, W McC Johnson, W II Kinnaird, J R Haselden, R Kin naird, J Joseph, J M Duncan, J E Rob inson, J I Hamilton, Thco Currcy, Geo D Robinson, W O Rigney, II T one of Garrard's most prominent and Logan, T S Elkin, L Y Leavell, W B influential citizens. He is an adent Mason, JC Hemphill, L L Walker, supporter of the temperance cause Louis Landram, W T West, B F.Hudand lias always worked faithfully for son, R. E. McRoberts, Wm Ward, G the advancement of sobriety. The S Gaines, Wm Herndon, Robt Embry, party is making good David Ross, G M Patterson, Letcher temperance headway in Kentucky and if all its Owsley, J W Hamilton, J C Robinson, supporters would work with the same S C Denney, J W Miller, J B Kin- ,. energy as does Mr. Wallace, the vote naird, W J Romans, Miss Annie Miss Jaynie Shumate, Miss would be brought out at every elecKnapp West, J A Beazley. tion. Respectfully, J, H. Patterson, itor legislature, well-to-d- one of the most troublesome diseases Premiums. Grand the army had to contend with. In many instances It became chronic and the old soldiers still suffer from it. lm Mr. David Taylor of Wind Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., is one of these. He PREACHERS VILLE. uses Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says he never J. P. Rogers lost a nice calf Sunday found anything that would give him such quick relief. It is for sale by R night. He hasp.one from us foreter, J. C. Fox sold a nice horse at Lan For catalogue send to E. McRobarts druggist. A ud f4is kiiiIIus we sadly miss. caster Saturday. Til wt, meet beyond the river C. Improvement In Service In. ilie valley of bliss. Messrs Brown & Cress have gone to The Lancaster telephone exchange Rockcastle trading. Bu t oh ! the dainty pillow next to mine, "Is never rumpled by a staining bead, has been undergoing many improve Richard Robinson sold two calves to Vur little one from us ban gone. ments and is now about the best in ' The little boy I use to kiss is dead. Show, Kentucky. Mr. Bastin tells The Rec- Jno Pepples for 18.00 each. Mother, Jones L Anderson bought a nice ord he is considering the plan of mak Kiting Irritation ing the entire county one exchange, span of 2 year old mules last week for Is the forerunner to eousumprson so that subscribers may talk to anyone 0.00. Honey will cure it, within the county who owns a 'phone. J. C. Siler was in Richmond last Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r David Colson, ind give such strength to the lungs This would be a great convenience. week on business that a cough or a cold will nofc settle Another splendid idea is to require all of Bee Lick, was here Saturday cents at McRob- - parties not having phones to pay for Uncle Flem Cummins and J W Cum there. Twenty-liv- e erts Drue Store. lnt use of them. Nearly every day some mins was in Lancaster Saturday on $25,000 Giveo Away in Parses and Premiums, 25,000 one will enter a business house and business Mr. F F Cummins and MRS. AMERICA. WALKER use the phone, never offering to pay wife is visiting W P Lawrence at for it. As these messages are charged Kirksville If we are not badly sur Was born in November 1819, died on up to the renter, it is very unreason- prised we arc going to have a grand the 24th of July 1899, at the home of able for parties to use one's phone. wedding at this place soon Mr and Mr. Jesse Doty, near her Mr. Bastin has a number of changes Mrs J F Payne was visitors at RowLancaster, Ky. She was a good worn in view, and will spare neither time land Sunday Mr and Mrs J II Cumin, and a devoted christian, and held nor money to make the service the mins was visitors to D B Edminston Diving Elks, Diving Horses, 5 Guidless Wonders, High Bicycle Divi. stroner influence for trood in the most complete. at Crab Orchard Friday Thomas community. Barnes has been on the sick list for She loved God's house, and II is No one knows the unbearable tor- several days, The Greatest on Earth. but is some better at Words were her constant theme,hold ture, the peculiar and agonizing pain, this writing. New Featurs from All Nations. ing Him before her loved ones as their caused by Piles, unless they have Blotches and excresences, which so iruidc in life. All feel the loss. She suffered from them. Many believe leaves five children and one siscer them incurable. This is a mistake. often annoy people, are simply efforts For Catalogues, Blanks, etc., address: The Proper theatment will cure them of nature to throw off impediments to Mrs. Ann Walker, of Lancaster. funeral was preached by Rev. II. N. TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT- the proper performance of her duties E. W. SHANKLIK. Faulconer in the Presbyterian church MENT is an infallible cure. Price, 50 HERBINE will aid and assist nature Lexington, Ky. of which Mrs. Walker was a member, cts. in bottles, tubes 75cts. C. C. & J in her work, and ensure a skin clear and beautiful, entirely free from all his text, "And they shall E. Stormes. choosing for on all imperfections. Price 50 cts. C. C. & walk with me in white," Rev, J. E. Stormes. PLATWOOD. escaped all danger now, She Buniam, the little During the civil war, as well as in 1890, child of Mr. our late war with Spain, diarrhoea was Kentucky Exhibition. Military Bani $2,000. in Mule Race, Two Big Cake Walks. RoadsterSaddlePreminms $15 to$U0 H. BRIGHT, Secty. Danville, Fair and Lexington Horse Carnival. August 8, 9, 10, II. 12, 1899. Amusement Features Unexcelled. The Midway! Excursion Rates Railroads. bath Her pain and fighting all fled, The crown of joyis on her brow, Eternal glories o'er her shed. II. Tf. F. Coughed 25 years. I suffered for 25 years with a cough, and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr. Bell's ey. It has saved my me, j . u. imkmu. McRoberts DrugGrantsburg, 111. Pine-Tar-H- store, ROCK CASTLE SPRINGS. lm. Right merrily pass the pleasant summer days at this ideal spot for idle S heart-broke- public-spirite- d dreaming, and restfulness from care. 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 indeed favored of the gods, and when to its natural charms arc added unus ual accommodations for a place of the kind, no more fitting spot could be selected for the summer idler. Situated beside the lovely Rock Castle river and surrounded on all sides by fine crowned peaks, the hotel offers a most tempting shelter. The breeze that comes fresh from the mountains is fragrant and invigorating and there is healing in the magic waters of the many min eral springs that cluster around in easy access. The present season is a most prosperous one and a pleasant company since uic opening oi me nu- tel the middle of June has tilled tin cool and pleasant rooms. Amuse ments of all kinds, boating, bathing, quoits, bowling and cards fill up the happy days which pass all too swiftly. There is good music and dancing every evening in the large airy ball room. The river rewards the fisherman with 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, of Cincinnati, one of the proprietors of the springs is an expert fisherman and brings in many handsome catches. Capt. Bush is also a champion whist player and is never happier than when seated at his favorite game. Among the guests here now the largest number are from Louisville, Lexington and the Queen City. We should like to see some from L. P. McC. Lancaster. Obituary. On the death of Bessie Arnold who died July 2(i 1899.' She is done with the sinful allurements of She has eone to dwell iu a happier clime. Where the lhjUt of eternity never grows W. n. Furr sold a hog to James Worrell for $3.00. John Merryman sold his farm to Dan Royston for $700.00 Miss Virgie Worrell returned home from Lebanon, Ohio, Saturday, where she has been attending school Mrs. Annie McCarty of Fleming Co. is visiting her brother Mr. Sinclair Cord Mr. Daniel Miller of North Salem, Ind is visiting friends and relatives of this vicinity. Ben Cormney sold a sow and seven pigs to Thomas Worrell for $11.00. 'Foley's Kidney Cure has been tested 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, Cui tiss, Wis. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. MT. HEBRON. A good rain was much appreciated Sunday. Landram Burdett sold some corn to Mrs. Atha Dunn at $2. Henry Montgomery sold his corn to Jeff Dunn at $2 per bbl. W. D. Scott bought a sow and five pigs from John Ham. Price $10. The members of Mt. Hebron church met Saturday and gave the church a cleaning in general. Landram Burdett and wife are pre- aring to go to Indiana in a short time, they will have a sale next Sat urday. Several young folk from Marksbury, visited Lock No. 8. Saturday Wm, Edwards and daughter visited rela tives here last week Mr D. Scott made a ousiness trip to Lexington last Monduy Mrs. Rebecca Holtz-claand 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 Jackson. Where the digestion is good, and the general powers of the system in a healthy state, worms can find no habitation in the human body. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE not only destroys every worm, but corrects all derangements of the digestive organs. Price 25cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M1 ROBERTS. MARKSBUEY. C. A. Robinson bought of T. I. Herring 10 hogs at from $3.33 to $3.50 per hundred. Cyrus Daly sold to B. F. Robinson a bunch of hogs for $3.75 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 at two o'clock. Miss Kathrine Moore spent last week with Miss Alta Boner, at nickman. . . Mrs. N. II. Bogie spent Friday and Saturday with her sister Mrs. Sam Hughes at Danville A party of young folks from this community picnic at Green Brier, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy chaperoned the crowd. All repoit an enjoyable time Mrs. W G. Dunn after a short illness died Saturday morning, and Sunday at 9 o'clock, after short funeral services at the home, was interred in .the Laucaster 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 o'clock. 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 knowin? that the is enjoying sweet rest, for death is only a dream. Fox Jivz Cr alter v. DdWVZLLE, ; l r Z7. Ky., having Ladies This is now the most been recently equipped, with te Gallery in Central Th.e Marvelous Ann intimate Lenses The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the that Th.ese Lenses FZiATTSR. Justreceived a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mouldings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to the mosti Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the New French Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, "FLEUR-DE-L- IS Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. McCREARY. time. His praises can hymn. Dear parents and sisters, I know that your hearts are breaking with prl f. from your loved one to part. But now she Is Rone, try not to jrrievc. Lut hope of reunion your sorrow relieve. And she with the angles, She has Mt behind her much trouble and enre. will be Nor wasting consumption nor Ray-ston- crowed. Her bark by the billow, will no more be tossed She lias left us and goae from her suffering una pain, To vou it is loss, but to her It Is gain, For in her bocom no bitter recret. Was felt, and no fearful misgivings b set,. Why should you weep fort why wish her lure. When you know she has gone to a happier sphere? To that hllssfull abode, in the regions of day From earth she passed Bafely aud sweetly away. And now yon have heard the dull fall of the Ciod. Lookup and believe her at home with her God, In me home of the pure, and the saved and t le blest. To suffer no nure but foreverat Best. Her Cousiu,' Fannib May Beowh Nelson Co. : She will shed no more tears, for the valley is there, KeepQalet. and use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera , Piles! PllfSl and Diarrhoea Remedy, lor all pains Why be bothered with this annoy- of the stomach and ail unnatural ihiqm ofamufSialeil r tsrsaure sued ing complaint when Banner Salve will looseness of the bowels. It always i mi i n mil faili bmissIMiib alihtims ' McRoberts drug store, cures. cure you. 25c fJ. C.& J. E. ?toimes. " Sanders & Wallker bought some corn from Jack Hendren a't $1.90 a bbl. Sanders & Walker are buying hogs from different parties from $3.25 to $3.75 per hundred Ed Walker oj your city, visited his his son J. M. Walker last week ATTORNEY A.'T LAW Misses Hester and Nell Payne went to AND. KKAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER. KY Scotts Fork Sunday. ' t BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT Acres Val-nab- le gives instant relief in cases of Bleed ThiTty-Thousaing. Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Cuts, etc, Hair iwood "Timber and Price 2o and o0 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stor Mineral Lands for Sale mes. Sbutn-Ea-ster- n Kentucky. W. T. Pherigo and family and Miss Blue Alta Long visited Mr. Geo. Anderson Special Bargains at Stone last week Mr. and Mrs. J. Grass Farms. B. Sanders of Lancaster, were.. guests of Mr and Mrs. Alex Walker Sunday.1 .....J. L. Ray of Richmond called, on KSICHTS OF PYTHIAS one of our faironesSunday. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown have returned to Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst Mercer after spending a week with A. T. Hardin Little Joe Holman Pythias, meets every Friday Warner remains quite ill at his home. of Only a dream, only a dream. here.... Mr. Zack Simpson has just Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g completed a large new barn taking the uight in Odd Aud glory b hind the dark stream, old one away, helping the looks of our How pecetiil,the slumber', Knights; are.fraternally invitRotary Motiot little town considerably.... Mr. Jack How,bappy the making, Turner died Sunday night at his home For death is only a dream. on Lo lg Branch from paralisis. He ed. Ed Bishop, 1 javes a wife and three little children. No Right to Ugllces. He was a kind 10 mourn his loss. 3CR-.S woman who is lovely in face, hearted man, and will be sad ly missed J. S. Hasel den, The will always have by every one. form and temper friends, but one who would be attractH. HOSHAL & CO, HAS NATURE WARNED YOU? ive must keep her health. If she is Nature ksrseli clad la weak, sickly and all run down, she pdar. blown fortk treesthe earlr rirba of! aad Sower cuuUcr Cbm mission Merchants, ckord to Tlbrate to will be nervous and irritable. If she t&e dBoadet of all, aprimfftlaM aadtkla, do. how constipation or kidney trouble, her tou feet? Bar 70a tkat tired aluUcr.f eeHasc has aadTypheMi impure blood will cause pimplest the foreran aer of Ckilla, Malaria tfcia wanJagr Ferer? 11 so, yo mut aot pass blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch I aa U.le a.ladicatkm ot eickaeee; aroid tkla;; aa as oar aavtce costs yos. aouuatv ed complexion. Electric Bitters is the comail voar drarriit aad srocana kettle off Call oa tost medicine in the world to regulate Sr. CaTUtedt's.Germaa Llrer Powder. TakM TJrilOKiStOII.YAJtDS, Forcible by as dose a day at bed time for six days; tkea v. 2 stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu follow kr srocarlao' a bottle of Yacataa CM1K Tonic. followiatr the irectHM aad after twJ i fy the blood. It gives strong nerves,- wsekVeoarasof tkeae twd great rsswdiee, yoau E-flFbright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, jlch willpa re yearssW toflowersatalartalla tke lorlacZ) r re feel like tke tke look or kot aesjsoay complexion.. Ii will.niake a goodtqok- - wkca tke atawsakers Is fall of gems, lm ing, charming woman oi a runaown ffHNMHOT sains is fully, fa rnhed, Comiga your stock dl nyaUd, Only 4?ft cents at RE. us Your Job Drug Store. K S. McBoberta 'Phone 734 lm L. P. HOBBLE. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. nd in in C-C." Ball Bearing ud W. tatne,Hogs, Sheep - JLxmild; Work Bring very Best Clothing at Low Prices. FULLY BEAT.IZINQ THE WAJTTS OF THE PEOPLE, OF OOTJJEfcSES YOU WANT THE WE CARRY THE BEST TOBE HAD AND SELL THEM FOE THE LEAST MONEY THE GLOBE, CENTRAL RECORD. J. L. FROHMAN IIERBINE is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds, because it thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humors, and expels all impure secretions of the body. Price oOcts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. About half of the Bourbon wheat crop bus been sold, though some farmers are holding their wheat for better prices. B. Hutchcraft has bought thousand bushels about seventy-liv- e at sixty-si- x to sixty eight cents per bushel, and the Paris Milling Co. has bought about forty thousand bushels to seventy cents. Other at sixty-si- x buyers have bought smaller amouuts at about the same figures. Some of the wheat is yet unthrcshed. Bourbon News. & CO. two-thirCOUS-SEN'- DANVILLE. Spnln's Greate.t Need, Dripping Springs. J. Randolph Harris and wife, of Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, spends his winters at Aiken S. C. THURSDAY, AuirustlO 1899 Lincoln, have been visiting Mr. E. W. Weak nerves had caused severe pains Harris and family. in the back of his head. On using Misses Grace Ivinnaird and Marv Electric Bitters, America's greatest Gill have returned from a week's visit Blood and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon to Dripping Springs. left him. He says this grand medicine Mayor Kinnaird, John Lear, J. M, is what his country needs. All AmerFarm and several others are at the ica knows that it cures liver and Kidney troubles, purifies the blood, tones Lexington fair today. up the stomach, strengthens the ncr-veMiss Vesta Lackey is visiting relaMr. Albert Wherritt, wife and chilputs vim, vigor and new life into tives in Paris, Ky. dren, of Missouri, are visiting the fam- every muscle, nerve and organ of the Miss Christine Bradley is ill at Glen ily of Mr. W. H. Wherritt. body. If weak, tired or ailing you Springs with fever. J udge George Denny, of Lexington, need it. Every bottle guaranteed, several days last week, the only 50 cents. Sold by R. E. McRob-ertMiss Annie Royston is visiting relDruggist. guest of Judge W. E. Walker. atives in Middlesboro. 1 Sheep are peculiar in that they mus havo perfectly sweet food. There is no possible question about roots, especially the sweet, palatable, nutritious sugar beet or the succulent mangel. 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 -- 00 sheep for a month, and should constitute of their ration. A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of S HONEY OF TAR, in all cases of noarsness, Sore Treat, or ditlicult of breathing. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Kidney Diseases ARE THE MOST FATAL OF ALL DISEASES. s, FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE Is a guaranteed remedy for all was-her- s, bladder KIDNEY Diseases. and Mcsdames Brown and Carson, of Dina Herndon and Heck West were Hustonville, were the guests of Mrs. in Winchester Sunday. Margaret Gill, on Stanforn Ave. The editor is taking in the sights at Mrs. Jas. W. Pumphrey, and Mrs. the Lexington fair today. Ilattie Tankersley. of Silver Creek. Col. R. M. Burdett. now of Lexingare visiting friends in Lexington. ton, is in town this week. Mrs. Joe Pettus, accompanied by Miss Elisa Lusk is spending the her sister, Miss Mattie McCarley, has week at Cumberland Falls returned to her home in Lebanon. W. A. Berkele, of Frankfort, was a Miss Eugenia Bush has returned visitor in this city Sunday. from a visit to Stanford. She was ac Miss Mamie Henry is spending the companied by Miss Tevis Carpenter. week at Dripping Springs. Mrs. B. Conn, ofGuthiie, Oklahoma, Miss Lottie Bettis leaves this week is visiting her sisters, Mesdames E. W. for Danville to visit relatives. Harris and S. B. Henry, in this city. Misses Martha and Helen Gill are Owen Shugars, accompanied by his spending the week at Dripping. sisters, spent last Sunday with his brother, W. K. Shugars, at McKinney. Mr. Jesse Sweeney and wife are relatives in Campbellsville. Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury Mrs. Dicy Acton, of Woodstock, is will return Monday from Nashville, where they have been visiting relavisiting her son, Dr. J M Acton. tives. Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines Mrs. J. L. McKee has returned from friends. are in Richmond visiting a visit to her son, Rev. James L. Mc May Brown, of Lowell, Kee, at New Albany, Ind Danville Miss Willie is visiting Miss Bruce Pumphrey. Advocate. Miss Jaynie Shumate, of Danville, is Mrs. M R Thompson, and daughter. the guest of Miss Olivia Sweeney. Miss Helen, of Ocala, Florida, will arS. Wesley and family, have rive this, afternoon to visit Eld. Cbas. Dr. I. returned from a short visit to Liberty. Powell and wife. Mrs. George D. Burdett and chil J. C. Hemphill and family are so- dren, of Chicago, and Mrs. W. S. Mil journing at French Lick Springs, Ind. ler, of Knoxville, are expected this Miss Bertha Burnside has been vis- week to visit their sister, Mrs. John iting relatives and friends in Buckeye. W. Miller. vis-iti- SWEENEY. J. L. Woner sold to B. F. Robinson 4 head of cattle weighing 1000 lbs. at $3.83 cts. per. hundred. Thos. Stone sold a bunch of year ling cattle to Gentry Bros, of Boyle, at Sets per lb. also some calves at $18. and 20 dollars per head. Your correspondent spent Thursday Mr with friends near Ilyattsville Miley Walker of McCreary was in our Mrs. Minnie Harvicinity Sunday vey and children spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. Lula Daily of Marks-bur- y 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 Miss Iva Harbor will return ville 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 Saturday Mrs. J. F. Pettus has return ed to her home in Lebanon, she was accompanied by her sister, Miss Mat tie McCarley. .. .Little Miss Edith Daily returned to her home at Marks bury Sunday after a pleasant visit to her Grandmother Mrs. Thos. Stone. The Eagle, Kiug; of all Birds. is noted for its keen sight, clear aud distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25cts McPoberts Drug Store. lm BRYANTSVILLE. Miss IIumplireys,of Simpsonville, is the guest of Miss Mattie May Jenkins, Saturday's Courier Journal contain Mr. Will Burdett, of Texas, has been visiting W. B. Mason and family. ed a picture of the charming Miss Nina Atkinson, of Chicago, who is Miss Pearl Ross has returned from now the guest of Miss Kittie Mason, a pleasant visit tofriends in Kirksville. of this city. Miss Altha Miller, a handsome and Miss Alleen Hudson, of Danville, is visiting her cousin, Miss Lizzie Hud- attractive young lady, of Owensboro, son. who has been the guest of Mrs. Robert Miss Sheppard and Mrs. Ford, of Embry left Wednesday to visit relaWilmore, are visiting Dr. Evans and tives at Buckeye. wife. Mrs. H. M. Ballou and pretty little Mrs. Robert L. Elkin is quite ill at daughter, Pattilyn, of Lancaster, were the home of her parents on Lexington guests at Elder Joseph Ballou's Misses Mary Lewis and Lizzie Grimes. street. of Lancaster, are visiting Misses Mary Knox-villMrs. White and children, of and Sallie Cook, at Cook's Springs. Tenn:, are visiting Mrs. Joel Stanford Journal. Walker. C. S. Balwin, who has been cominjr Miss Mamie Elliott, of Mayfield, Kv., to Lancaster 'ahead" of circuses for is the pretty guest of- - Miss Louise fortyyears, was here Tuesday makine Kauffman. arrangements for the big Cooper shows. Mrs. Geo. Lusk, of Camp Nelson, is He asked about many people now dead visiting her parents, Col. and Mrs. J. and gone, and remembered many of our older citizens. W. Miller. Miss Mary Burnside is visiting her Mrs. Hallie Stone, nee Mullins. and cousin, Miss Florence Burnside, near daughter. Lillie, and Mrs. Ames, of Shreveport, La., are visiting Mr. S. S. Paint Lick. Herbert Kinnairdand Frank Marks-bur- y Dickerman and family, at Bryants-villMrs. Stone is a daughter of attended Miss Carpenter's party Prof. Sam Mullins, for many years a at Stanford. resident of this section, and at one Mrs. Pattie Hays and children, of time president of Daughters College, Stanford, have been visiting Mrs. Harrodsburg. Walter Beazley. Richmond Register Spnntor a Rev. William Walden, of Greens-bur- T. Farris, of Lancaster dropped VA on Ind., is visiting Rev. Jesse Wal- our town Wednesday Mr. Hei ert den and family. Kinnaird, of Lancaster, was a g Mrs. R. Kinnaird and daughter, the Fair visitors. . . .Miss Lula Grahtfm. Margunte, are spending the week at of Lancaster, is visiting her cousin, Miss Mollie Turpln, and attending Miss Amie Davidson, of the Fair Lancaster, is the guest this week of Horse Slow Leiiiitsi Miss Bessie Turley. . . .Miss Bessie Burnside, an attractive Lancaster belle, attended the Fair Wednesday. Fair aid Canival. e, e. BUCKEYE. W G Jones sold a horse at $50. one mule at $85. PARKER'S HAIP BALSAM Died, on the 3rd inst., the wife of Cleuue and 'beaatlfiei the Promotes . luxuriant ffmwth. James Doolin. She was an invalid for Wever ril to Restore Orsj a number of years. Interment iu the Curt snip dimm hair Ullini Chapel cemetery. Gracie, the little daughter of Mr.and 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 I 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 Afternoon and night, Rain them. . . .Mrs Alice Jones, of Lexington, 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 J W Brown sold at Richmond couit Mr. anil 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 Miss Knuffman, Mrs Dickerman from Lancaster, is spending the week with Miss Carrie Boulden J. Y. Dunn and family visited in Lancaster C. M Jennings and wife, of Sunday Danville, visited relatives here Sunday Mrs Haselden and little niece, A Hie 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- ott'ssister has returned to her home near Paint Lick, after spending a week here Mr. S N Steadman and family, are visiting Dr. Sam Steadman, 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 interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday. She was a beloved christian woman and will be sadly missed. She leaves a husband and three children, who have the sympathy of the entire community. this week It is said that the growers of orchard grass seed around Jeffersonvillo. Ind.. are holding the crop, estimated at 50;000 bushel.s for better prices They than are offered at present. are oiTered 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 permanent cures, have made it a great favorite with the people everywhere. For sale by R. E. McRoberts druggist. There is great scarcity of harvest-me- n for the bonanza wheat fields of Minnesota and the Dakotas; and from $2 to $3.25 per day with board is ofier-e- d in vain. Much wheat will be lost unless hands can be got soon. STORMES DRUa STORE A Load Interruption. declare, .Maria, this Is too irritating to be endured. I told you I di.in't want to be disturbed, and here somebody has suddenly sprung a most infernal clatter on me. What does it mean V" "There wasn't any clatter, my dear." "What was it, then?" "Why, I just happened to pass through the room in my new red and yellow shirt waist, that's all."' "Well, don't do it again." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Not Snriceptlblr. "That man who called here yesterday says that you are the most formidable specimen of political boss he ever saw." "The one who was talking about legislation?" asked Senator Sorghum, as a smile gently illumined his face. "Ves." "Well." was the rejoinder, as a hard, cold look supplanted the smile; "you don't want to pay too much attention to him. These lobbyists are all such flatterers." Washington Star. MI GERMAN GIRL'S EDUCATION. Aa Soon a Preparation for Her MarrlnRc. She la Condrmed She De-jjl- us It is estimated that about 400,000 acres of land in the United States are planted witli vines,three-fourth- s of them in a bearing conditions. In the amount of wine raised New York State ranks next after California. A Narrow Kcapp. 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 terminated 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 husband was advised to get Dr. King's 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 healthy woman." Trial bottles free at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded. domestic science, writes Charlotte liird in the July Ladies' Home Journal. Shu Is taught how to knit and darn stockings, and how to repair towels and bird and table linen skillfully. Shecrochets lace and other things, and makes all kinds of work. Most German girls of the upper clusses have some musical education. Aa a rule, they play better on the piano than they King. After the girl has finished her school course she goes to a boarding house of the better class to learn how to cook and keep house, and to acquire the ways of refined society outside of her own home. Here sho remains for several months and watches the process of the cooking and other work, often lending a hand herself. Jt will be seen that her education presupposes that she will marry some time in her life, and it Quick Mall Trannlt. is in a measure a preparation for that Mr. Gotham 1 hear Mr. De Pave has event. Consequently, when she has been arrested. What is the charge been confirmed she begins to prepare against him? her trousseau. She crochets laee, makes Mr. Brooklin Delaying the United table covers, works long tidies in States mail. aud by degrees collects a large "My goodness! In what way?" supply of towels and bed and table "De Pave is very fat. and when a linen. Everything that is available is mail wagon ran over him it lost 20 sec- put away in the chest holding her treasonds time and missed the train." 2. ures. cross-stitch cross-stitch, An Important part in a girl's education In Gcrmanj' is her instruction in Y. Weekly. LILLARD fc DANVILLE, KY. CAN SELL YOU STOUT, Paint V Wall Timings Cheapar than any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced FIRE ani LIFE INSURANCE X S. HASELDEN, Good Show 001111315. A N CASTER, SATURDAY 19th AUGUST 19th. or Shine. Cooper & Co's United R.E. Shows. SPRINGFIELD FIEE MB MAEINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO Attorney at Law, Lancaster, Kj. X. J. NOTARY DUNN PUBLIC, ani BRYANTSVJXLE, KENTUCKY Land Friday night. Thompson Hill has a Sulphur Well on his place that furnishes an abundance of jvater, 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 course Saxton's band would be on hand throughout the season. In fact everything done for the enjoyment-o- f the guests, so you this time next year Buckeye will be famous as a summer resort. e The Largest One Ring Show on Earth. 40 American and European Artists, 40. 5 Great Clowns. Den of performing lions. Prof. Oatmans school of educated Horses, Ponies and Mules. Srajor OP NEW YOUK. Apt for CO Robinson &HamiItoD Office orei Post Office. Igts AETNA'FIRE INSURANCE ORGANIZED 1883. Japanese, 5 in number. Pukinos troup of Royal Lancaster, : : : Kentucky Please Remember The middle of the year is past and settling time is at hand. I PITIZENS NATIONAL BAM, u orLuroA8TE.rr. Capital, Surplus Fund $50,000 10,000 BUSINESS SOUCITXD. &t KIN&BWNfl talking horse, "Tapsy". MUe Lulas wonderful Garafal and Prompt Attention Q J. X. HiaaimoTHAX Special . Traia Yia m.i 1 tyteea & Creeceatltoate. $ eavinjunctienCity8:15a. Low reduced rates JAug. 3&tilv. Ask atrwits tar full Ikrs. Greatest show ever held in J the Blue Grass. Don't fail to go. MMIIIMMW are not found where Stomach, Liver, me muck pleasure to "It recommend lunneys-anBowels are' out of order. Chamberlain Colic. Cholera and Ti- you want these qualities and the If Bemedy. I have used It and success they brln. ufieDrtKiiw'fl New puw w nve apne so. i nave ;Ll(e PUls. Thej developf every power, WTwr kBown It to. faiL . It is 'a sure i wwu uiu uuuj. riuy iOHi Ab 6. JSj. cure when taken In time." For sain McRoberts Druggist, lm by B. E. JCcRoberts druggist. gy Indomitab Bliuareh'i Iron Nerve. pastor of the . Rev. J. M. Yingling, "Was the resultof bjs splendid health Bedford Street Methodist church at will and tremendous ener Cumberland, Md., says: affords years of age 2&g. All children under 9 years of age 15c. Admission, all persons over 9 v Parade 11:30. Need the Money due me and must insist that my friends, call in and settle. Iwu Y. Uutwa. Tntl&n CuUei AMistaat Cutt'i 8. T. Humor W. O. Ri8HT 0. D. Waimb OnUCCTOKS: BoottM Lxwh Y.LmiTK, Sallie 0. Tillett. 1. M.Riuinmu, J.B.jQHWOjr, B. O. Jx. AMT.an . lueu, T.X.Abjwi. B.r.Hmes. j.j.wauob Jamb y.Kmohmu Boils and Pimples I STATE ODDS AND ENDS. INDEPENDENT DISTILLERS. EXPLOSION IN A TUNNEL. i Mother and Babe T I i IN Give Warning. HIKG SIGN THAT fi woman endures before and during ' 7 childbirth. And still nearly all this suf-- 1 fcringb unnecessary. The faithful use of I i INTONE but a mother knows the 1 jNj pains, anguish and dread that a T Thi-- When Nature is overtaxed, she hM her own way of giving uotiee that assiut-.iniii needed. She does uot auk for help until it is impossible to get. along without UATHDC 10 IDDCllIlfr ArrLALInU it. Boils i.ad pimples are an indication that nHlUDL 10 the uvstem is accumulating impurities which CftD UCI D niust be gotten rid of ; they nre an urgent appeal for awnRf nv IcM liCLli :i warning that can not safely be ignored. to purity me ohmwi ai mm To time mejns more than the annoyance of p.nuful boils and If these impurities are allowed to unsightly pimples. remain, the system succumbs to any ordinary illness, and is unable to withstand the many ailments which are so prevalent during spring and summer. Mrs. L. Gentile, 2001 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash , says: I was afflicted for a long time with pimples, which were very annoying, as they disfigured my face fearfully. After using many other remedies in vain. S 3. S. promptly and thoroughly cleansed my Wood, and now I rejoice in good complexion, which I never had before." Q ne-it'- Will Hoist a t onfrreuce ut Lnuisvt.ls) to A Rice mi u J'lun to Limit Mliis-vTraduction. Trnlllc on ho Cincinnati Southern Road U Ulockod bjr the lionultxut Siuo.dor-i- nj l'lro mid the Wreckage. f MOTHER'S FRIEND f overcome j will in great measureand labor itselfevery x will distressing symptom, T TIT TT I .. .. 1 .. n A n writes: It. Cliattanoosa. Tenn.. fcrr'- - r.rst upon me, caudng Several boils and carbrr-rl- rs My blood seemed to be in great pain and annoyance. a riotous condition, and nothing I took seemed to do any good. Six bottles of S S S. cured me completely and my blood has been perfectly pure ever since." R. S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD is the best blood reinedv. because it is purely vegetable and is the only one that is absolutely free from potash and mercury. It promptly purities the blood and thoroughly cleanses the system, builds up the general health and strength. It cures Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, Rheumatism Tetter. Boils. Sores, etc., by going direct to the cause of the trouble and forcing out all impure blood. Books free to any address by the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. The independent dis'.iitcra of the stati will hold a conference Tuesday at the Gait house iind will try to iigrce upon a plan lo limit the production of whisky the coming s.an. About forty distillers are expected to take part in the movement. The plan of the independent distillers is to figure out the curtailment 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 When to him. this is done a committee will if appointed be to ascertain the trust will agree with the independent distillers to limit the production of their plants The trust controls a little over halt' of the entire capacity of the state and it is not thought probable the officers of the company will consider any proposition This makes doubtful from outsiders. the effectiveness of the movement, especially as persons prominent in the combine have recently spoken unfavor ably of the plan of the independent There is a disposition on distillers. the part of some of the latter to make war on the big concerns if it should refuse to limit production. Loirisvir.T.n. Ky.. Aug. 0. Somkrset, Ky., Aug. 9. Twenty-tw- o freight cars furnished fuel for a smoldering lire in tunnel No. 4 on the Cincinnati Southern, seven miles south, Tuesday morning, and the company was obliged to operate passenger trains via Jelhco and the Louisville & Nashville road. There were six loaded cars in the train of empties. One of these was a tank car containing oil, and next to it These cars was a car of naphtha. were about Jn 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 davs to remove the debris. Lkxinoton, Ky., A"ug. 0. A fire en gine auu hoic wagon, togeiner wiui several Lexington, lireinen, were Tuesday night sent on a special train from here to the burning tunnel on the Cin cinnati Southern railroad, seven miles south of Somerset. THE GRIFFITH FACTION. A Uody of Mounted Men, With Winches net be a very serious ordeal. Remember that MOTHER'S FRIEND is an ex-- 1 I temal liniment that softens and relaxes J the muscles, and is not a dangerous compound of opiates to swallow. Ask I your druggist for it or send price ($1) to CO., AUaoU.G. THE BRAOriELO REGDUI0R I Yr- .- I I I 4 I tram, book, "Before MO III Uby ii M ill is Born." HI W f - 1 I ? I III A I don't see why Mrs. Newlvwcd on are In such a hurry to get to work mornings. iou useu to say umi on could love me through all eternity. Mr. Newly wed And so 1 can and will. dearest. But time on earth is more valuable, you know. Judge. OllTercnt Commodity. Call and see this Cele brated "Wagon at G. S. K A 1 1 Itfl 1 Iffi ULHU If I 1M IH I It fully Warranted and GAINE S' Excels all others. Wifely Won. "No." said the married lady to her have no idea where or how mother. "I he spends his evenings. In fact, he is ike the lamp; his goings out leave me Indianapolis Journal. n the dark." 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 fenind out. Puck. Mrs. iNewbrule A All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand P?h,pai,,n. le Peer of nUl.without extra cl'.rgo. T!ftm, "- HARRBDSIUR6, KY. of Mn.ic. Munich. Grounds acrei) unurpaed in America for beauty. Its students hitve represented Beflncdhome. Mumter limited. Termt reasonable. TH. SMITH, A. M.. PreTuiuminMo !ufi?ofvi! Slrin, M.ic Director. Grad. Boy. (3.1 Col. uTi7. SoniPllmea the Cmae. MSSmS& Slil.nn. elI ter and Kevolven, Aro ou the Way to Clay County. A IV. BOON TO MANKINDi DR Carlstedt's Patclien the creat pacer brought at private sale. A trrcat military band has been se cured, at considerable cost, to furnish the music In fact, a genuine, enjoyable old Kentucky Fair will be held. For catalogues and other information apyly to Henry C. Bright, Secretary, Danville, Ky. tf A great many horses were brought in in answer to Harbison's advertisement, hut only a few could stand the examination. He bought of Jim Hamilton 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 beans. It takes the tusks of 75.000 elephants a year to supply the world's piano keys billiard balls and knife handles. Cut back the canes of your black raspberries and blackberries and make tnem stocky and strong for next year's crop. The average weight for cattle at the Union Stock Yards, Chicago, during the month of June, was 1,030 pounds. Fox & Bright, Boyle county, Ky., bought, several days ago, one pair of mules for 240. Again we advise sacking a few nun nrea bunches of grapes to secure them from birds, wasps and bees. It is an ca-- y 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 therefrom. A train of fifteen cars, loaded with quartered lumber, left Nashville one day last week, the destination of the shipment being Antwerp, Belgium. The consignment is valued at $10,000. "Pink eye" has made its appearance among horses in Louisville, it is said that there are 100 cases. It is in a mild form. About twenty animals have died with the disease. Weed out your pigs, the best ones should be kept as breeders, the re mainder fattened for the butcher. Don't keep or sell a poor pig, as a breeder. Kansas has two head of cattle, one hog. of a horse and of a sheep for every man, woman and child in the State. .Toe KILLED A CONSTABLE. 820,000 German Jim Hcltxrr Shut bra Man Named How ard lu it Kctnntc l'ari of Leslie County, Ky., Last Week. Londox, 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 Thursday Jim Heltzer went to the head of Miudlc Fork and placed under arrest a man named Howard, from county. The two pro Ilarlau Cures INDIGESTION ceeded some distance 'when Ucltzer The entering wedge for stopped and entered a house, leav nearly all Diseases the ing Howard outside. As Beltzer human system is heir to. was returning and stepped from the doorway, Howard drew a 45 Colts, fired and shot him through the head, causWWW ing instant death. For Sale by Howard made his escape and up to It. E Mclloberts. Saturday had not been apprehended by the county authorities, who have of There is a Mlddlesboro scheme to his being brought point, fered a reward for a fair at that have to Hydcn, the county seat. Kentuckv, Tennessee and Arirginia to The Teatiuiouy Closed. be represented. Ky., Aug. 6. The Bakboukvillk, food for hens dur Oats are excellent ing the summer months, but when testimony has closed in the case against James Baker for killing Wil fed good, sharp grit should be furnish son Howard. The witnesses for the ed to assist in grinding the shucks, defense testified that Tom and James which are very tough and hard to mas Baker were at home when the killing ticate. occurred. Argument commenced Friday. The case will be given to the A TIMELY HINT. The case Ton should be wise and see that your blood is jury Saturday evening. rich and pure and your whole system put in a against 'Wiley Baker will then be perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then you called. Although many feudists are will be free from malaria, tvohoid fever, colds here, there arc no disturbances. and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver liver powder London, Ky., Aug. 6. A force of abc ut 15 mounted men, armed with Winchesters and Colt's 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 Uritliu faction, and it is supposed that they have joined those who have gone into Manchester to attend the examin ing trial of Green Griilin, which is set for Friday. Green is to be tried for the killing of Edward Kisherin the big battle of two weeks ago in Clay coun ty. There is no telling whether trou ble will occur or not. CAMPAIGN OPENED. Democratic Meetinca Were Held In Sote.ul of Hie Principal I'litea or the Mute on Ky., Aug. 0. She Hadn't Heard of It. Mr. Wabash Do yon think the north pole will ever be found. Miss Olive? Why. I Miss Olive (of St. Louis) didn't know it was lost. Chicago Itec-or-d. TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE 3 -- Experienced. Have yon ever speculated In stocks?" No, but I was held up by a highway Chicago 'iiraes-xierai- a. man once. Ninety per cent, of all sickness is caused by food not beingr properly digested, it creates poisons and poes into your blood and then yon are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to. Use xir. uarisieavs uenran x.iver Powder and watch the results, lou win leei the good effects after taking- one dose. Give It trial and be connuced. x'rice Jpc 01 n 3: a a my -- Crrirns TJ SnmMm tn H DIGEST YOUR FOOD. w CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. F.BALLARO, Sole PrefrictaV. - - 310 NnH Mail Strut, ST. LOUS, W. Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam Curat Your Cough. Just the Medicine for Children. For sale by JAMES Price, 25 Cents. R. E. McRoberts. STORMES DRUG STORE. THE tri-Sta- The cam Louisvillk, paign of the democratic ticket, headed by William Gocbel, for governor, was opened Monday, meetings beinjr held a dozen or more of the principal Congress state. towns of the Allen, Settle, Wheeler men. and Khca made addresses at at Dixon, Hopkinsville Frankfort, Independent Order of Immaculates, and Russellville respectively. Con Montgomery, Ala., August S 12, 1899. gressman Rhea is the most prominent East Tennessee Educational Assoc' of tire Stone leaders in the recent iation, Mossy Creek, Tenn., August Louisville convention to take the 189!). Sell only In Tennessee. Candidates on the stump for Gocbel. state ticket made speeches in various Deutscher Kriegerdunt of North America, Chicago, 111.. August parts of the state. Queeh I SSOUTE PUBLIC SALE OF A Crescent NATIONAL CAPITAL Jioo,ooo.oo BANK SURPLUS. J2O.0OO.0O Garrard Go. Farm. 1 will offer publicly on the premisss. On Ttarsiay, An 10, 1899, LANCASTER, KY. THE DR. REID 23-2- 13-1- 5, A. R. Dinky. President. rumpled lo Death. IIopki.nsvili.k. Ky., Aug. S. William I Aged Mud 1899. International Association of Eire Engineers, Syracuse, -- Jno. E. Storm ks. Vice President. S. C. Denxy, Cashier. 2J4 Powder is the best medicine money can buy. -- one-thir- d one-fift- h It Save tlin Children. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children. It is also withoul an equal for colds and whooping cough. McRoberts Drug Store. Select a good ram for this year's breeding. "With the prices mutton and wool are 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 RejresefltiiiEFflllofiiiiCfliiiiies the winter before they begin to lay. It. S. Beazley sold to II. R. t, Aetna, of !NTew York, a pair of bay Queen, geldings for $500; and to Hudson Bros., Louisville, one sorrel gelding for $125. Palatine, A Mother Telia How She Saved Mcr National, Mttle Daughter's Life. Hartford, I am the mother of eight children IMeware, and have had a great deal of experience with medicines. Last summer Milwaukee, my little daughter had the dysentery Conneticut, in its worst form. We thought she Continental, would die. I tried everything I could Glens Falls, think of, but nothing seemed to do Germau American, er any good. I saw by an advertisePiienix of ttrookljn, ment in our paper that Chamberlains Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy New York Underwriters, nua Liverpool & London & Globe. recommended and sent and got, a Dottle at once. It proved to ho Nortii Uritish & Mercliautile one of the very best medicines we ever naa m the house. It saved my little AetiaLife Ins. Co. of Hartfora.Cons Haunters me. x am anxious for every mother to know what an excel! ent medicine it Is. Had I know it at TIMETABLES. first it would have saved me a great K. C. BraBck. deal of anxiety and my little daughter Klxed, pawes Lancaster 11 :10 a.m mucn suffering. Yours truly, Mis. Mixed, " " ueo. jr. nuraick, Liberty: E. L For 35 p. u Nortb-b'sPaw'gr, 3:52 .M sale by K. E. McEoberts Druggist. USB A. Benjamin Gil man, who was superintendent of a Bottle. For sale by the City Railway Co. here and later superintendent of a street railway in It. E Mclloberts New Orleans, died suddenly of heart The Burbon Isews says: The hemp disease at his farm, ten miles from Lawrcnceburg, Ky., Sunday. He was crop in Bourbon will only yield half crop this year. Corn will also yield 55 years of age, and leaves a widow about half a crop. The falling off in and several children. these crops is due to the drouth. Colored Excursionist." Mishap. Paduoa.ii, Kv..Aug. 9. The towboat Iowa, of Henderson, sank in the Ohio v No More Shakes, v river below Uuiontown Tuesday with 400 colored excursionists on her barges en route to Paducah to attend a cele TRY She struck a snag and went bration. down rapidly, four feet of water being No over her gauge when she settled. lives were lost. 2 No New Ciiei of Smallpox. HorivixsviLLK, Ky., Aug. C Of the 11 smallpox cases in the pesthou&e. eight were discharged th s week. The 14 susr.ects confined in the detention T camp will be held a week longer. 7 1 5 There are no new cases,a and it is not THE GUARANTEED CURE. believed there will be further spread of the disease. Don t Take a a h Sister' Defender Acqu.tted. Worthless Substitute, 7 MlDDi.Ksnono, Ky., Aug. 8. Jerome Insist on YUCATAN. PrICF. fiHC. Gilliam, who shot and killed John Hall at Pound Gap, Va., about ten davs ago, was 'acquitted of the charge at It IS wlcttuoerus. his trial, it being proved that the killing was .n Ky., Aug. 8. For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam. Pries 25c and 50o Former lCui.roaU JUaiiujjer Dead. Louisville, Br a I Yucatan Tasteless Chill Ulllk Johnson, an aged eitizeu, was driving near the Louisville Si Nashville depot. when his horse look fright and ran on, throwing him from the vehicle. He became entangled in the lines and fell under tlic iior&e s icct, when he was trampled almost to death before he could be rescued. Ho is unconscious and will die. Verdict of Acquittal la the linker Cae. Bahhoukville, Ky., Aug. 8. The Baker case has been given to the jury It is the general impression that James Baker will be acquitted. The jury reported in the James Baker murder case a verdict of not guilty after SO minutes. The sheriff haa an extra police force to prevent an outbreak. The Howards are dissatis lied. Threats are heard. Mothrr-lii-La- !N. Y., August Independent Order Red Men Great Council, Washington, D. C, Septem- - well Improved with good new residence, o Chard and all necessary outbuildings, such as office in the yard, .moke house, crrriago honse. r ice house, Ac. Also splendid slutted double o, oer ii-i1S99. corn cribs capacity of 400 barrels two tobacco Sovereigh Grand Lodge I. O. O. F.. DIRECTORS barns (one of which in new), stock barn and 1899. Detroit, Mich., September 12-2tenant house. ELEGANT COMMUNITY Sam 1. D. Cochran Jas Spllman, within one hundred yards of church, school Colored Camp MectlHg. house, post office, and store. The farm will bo liigh Bridge, Ky. Greatest camp Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson. offered In two tracts 242 acres with the immeeting of colored people ever known W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, provements 8S acres unimproved said tracts in the State. Fine music, special divided by the pike and then as a whole, tha Jno. E Btormes. Bishops Turner and attractions. bid or bids accepted which realize the greater Suiters will Speak. Excursion rates sum. Sale will begin at 11 a. m. and special trains via the Queen and 1.") acres of knob land five or S. BEAZLEY. six miles disCrescent Route, August Gth and 13th. tant wll go with the farm. sk agents for full particulars. TERMS OK SALE. One-thi- rd cash, balance In one and two years with C per cent Interest. High Bridge Excursion. Teeth extricted without pain w th Vitalized Air. Office in W.I. LETCHER, Excursions are run from Cincinnati T. D. ENGLISH, Anc r. and all points south every other Sun the New Thompson Building. Danville. Ky. day, to lligli Undge. There isn't a F. Robinson. Jr.. Asa't Casb'r. R. T. Embry. 25, 1S99. The Farm Consists of 330 ACRES, situated at Old Paiiit Lick, on the Richmond and Lancaster pike. 8 miles irom Lanca- - ter and miles from Louisville Jt Nashville depot. w DENTIST j i I i herself to a maple tree in the yard of her John Loverkamp, with whom she lived a few miles below Pa ducah, on the Illinois side of the river. She had imagined that she had become a burden to the family. miss it. The rate is remarkably low. Miicided. One from Cincinnati, Padccaii, Ky., Aug. 0. Mrs. Cather cents Dollar Lexington, and likeFifty low from ine Kotter, St years of age, hanged rates irom otner points. Ask your entrancing spot, more beautiful place to visit than this You can't afford to Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Kentucky Are located so as to offer special inducements to the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving ticket agent about i t. Yon cannot afford 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. I f t e. R. KINNAIRD, INSURANCE. .Miu. itig i'lipo'.-ru- ip Middlesboro, 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. Kun-heard- Carlisle, Centennial Meeting Closed. Ky., Aug. C After the most successful meeting in the history of the association the Bracken Baptists closed their centennial meeting here Iriday. The association will meet next year at Ewing. Danville, Died of Appendicitis Ky., Aug. 6. Rev. John D. Kobcrtson, pastor of the Statesville N. C, Baptist church, died of appendi a brother of Prof. A T. citis. He-wa-s Kobcrtson, of the Southern Baptist theological seminary, Louisville. Killed a Boy. Coisblv, Ky., Aug. 5. The west end of Knox county is excited over the killing of James Llewallen, a old boy, by James Hopper, and Hop per's subsequent released by the local officers on the claim that they had no jurisdiction. Death of Dr.' Robert. Walker. 5. Building Ordinance. The City Council, of the city of Lancolored, who has served a term in the caster, Ky., do ordain as follows: Kentucky penitentiary, was arrested 1 That no permit shall be granted and placed in jail here, charged with for the cutting his brother, from the eifectsof building erection of a building, and no shall be erected on the public which his death is momentarily exsquare or at any point on Richmond Xccted. street, Danville street, Lexington New Kentucky lot Offices. or Stanford street between the Washington. Aug. 0. The following street public square and the lirst street, pott oilices have bceu established in counting from the square, crossing Kentucky: Day's, Breathitt county any of the aforesaid streets, other with Willie Hoi brook postmaster; Malt, Larue county, with Joseph U. ltowell than a brick or stone building which shall be covered with metal. postmaster. 2 Any ordinance in conflict herewith EDUCATION Jumped Into s Well. is hereby repealed. Is absolutely necessary to the yoan Ky., Aug. S. Miss Eliz Vasckburo, 3 This ordinance goes into effect up man or young woman who would win abeth Hcuse, 30 years of age, of Cin on passage and publication according ' success in life. This being conceded cinnati, a guest of the hotel at Escu-- to law in Central Record, of Lan t is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands In the Yery front rank lapia springs, 12 miles south of here. caster, Ky. THE BRYANT & STBATT0X BUSINESS COLLEGE turned into a well and committed sui cide. LOUISVILLE, KY. Jno.T.Hays. J J.Hamilton, J.E.Robinbon Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line Iloltrr Siaktng.PrepHratlon. Graduates of this co ego preferred by business bouses. Write for Hays. Hamilton & Holimsoiif Lexington, Ky., Aug. 8. Local bolt beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying SHORTHAND, prominent positions all over the United State It will b mailed ing democrats met and appointed com IT. TELEGRAPH to yon KRKK. mittees on finance, arrangements and Attorneys and Counselors at Law transportation to make preparations LANCASTER, KY. for the state convention in this city Consign your stock to 16. August Sheriff Used l'i.tol. Lexington, Ky., Aug. & Deputy Sheriff Ben Frcckman Saturday night shot and wounded in the wrist his They neighbor. Benjamin McCaun. disputed over the conduct of McCann' children toward Freckman's wife. Mc , Cann struck Frcckman with a club. )., Carlisle, Cut 11 U Urother. Ky., Aug. 8. Hume Desha, extra expense and time. In addition to the local buyers there will be Easters and Foreign buyers on the market for all kinds of Stock When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of benefit to you. Central Covington Stock Yards Co. to consignments Commission firms will give prompt attention A BUSINESS 11 BOOK-KEEPIN- Rabenstein, Harris & Conner Sonth-b'nd North-Vn- d d Juno A. FajrBaers, AUeatloB. Dr. 'Rob Storage furnished for wheat. See southern E. G. "Ward for particulars. Lancas- (Kentucky; physician and former ter"Milis& Elevator, Co? , ber of the state senate, died at' bis home is this place, n Scottsvii.le, Ky., Aug. ert Walker, a widely-know- n ' - if JEjt,- Live stock Commission Merchants, Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Ky or Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, When shipping East!.; bill our care privilege selling Central Covington Stock Yards. We will make ii to your advantageand give your stock special personal atteno$.