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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 553V eUBJt IJ I I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clats Matter NUMBER 20 R KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST IT 1899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t f r t t tun t 9 1 N7HY AIl t J01ISLANDRAM Publisher r- f fi T TA 71 z z 2 2 A LANCASTER AND VICINlty pp 14000000 0 Barrel salt at Four new chiles of clocks at Thomp suns Summer turnip seed in bulk at Faulconer Gaines Dove shooting is only fairly good iThCibirds are scarce and very wild Remember the dates of the old fashioned fair atDanville Aug 30 31 and Sept 1 In order to make room for the fall stock is selling goods at any old pric The small boy with the necessary cash is happy Saturday is show day he will be in his glory Mechanics are getting all the work they can do Carpenters bricklayers plasterers painters and laborers are in demand Work on the Owsley block has been delayed by lack of brick The first story is complete and it will not take long to run up the next Everybody is looking forward with much pleasure to the oldfashioned country fair to be held at Danville Aug 30 31 and Sept 1 Rowland I epot Burned Lightning set lire to the depot at Rowland Sunday and destroyed it completely The building was a new and handsome one Storeroom For Iteuf Will rent room I now and give possession at once Stuck of goods now low and will be sold as a v ole at a great bargain J W SwjbiNay For Sale or Heat The property store and residence combined of Dr Thomas B Nichols at faint Lick Ky For terms will on or address I Williams attorney Lancaster Ky 3t Big Improvement The trustees are figuring on making a handsome stone entrance to the Cemetery and plans are being drawn by Architects Ryan TIm RECOUD congratulates the trustees on this move as it is an improvement sadly needed Kid Coxvcu Cant Come Eld Gco Gowen writes THE REC OUD that he is engaged in a great meeting at his old home and cannot possibly begin his meeting at New Antioch until the 4th Sunday He cannot be here next Sunday Property Sold J B Conn of Cartersvillc has bought of J Hunt McMurtry his on Stanford street possession to be given Jan 1 Mr Conn is a citizen and TilE RECOUD him lIes a liusUcrjust what we want Died at Siurcy Ark A telegram was received Saturday from Scare Arkansas announcing the death of Mrs Ike D Currant Mr Currant and family moved from here anoint a year ago and located in the West She was a niece of the late Joe Bland and was widely connected in Garrard county Mr Currant has the sympathy of many friends here in his bereavment The Way It Goer The editor of a country newspaper interviewed the inhabitants of his own town recently and found that nearly all the successful business men were freely thrashed when young while among the street loafers seven were mamas darlings and the rest were raised by their ers Hartlord Herald No Ads In P O The postmaster general has issued an order which will greatly interfere with the cheaphash advertiser sticks written notices in the ccs Here is the law Postmasters are strictly forbidden to place or per be placed upon the wall or otherwise for public exhibition within postoilice lobby thereto or any portion of the postotlice premises business cards circulars placards advertisements of private business Ounlap In Alaiika Mrs B F Walter has received a message from her son W 0 Dunlap who is now with the regulars in Alas ka It is written on three postal cards he having no stamps at hand It is very interesting as certainly knows how to write that kind He the sun rises at 130 a in and sets at 1130 p m He is now on his way up the Yukon where a garrison will be established The place Is full of esquimo Indians and the articles they have for sale are something won derful Gold in rough nuggets pass es on the streets as currency the peo pie having scales and weigh it at rate of 1050 an ounce Nothing less than 50c will buy anything He sends his love to all inquiring friends He Is in Co E 7th Infty h or lL t f i immense 1 epic tf and r y V property splendid welcomes twenty Who trait to sayS i 1 c Gainer s e k Arw d d l grandma post o T hand bilf Will t i 1 Ill Dont the big clearance sale at Lot of Hammocks at cost to close OUt J C Circus Saturday Everybody is going to the big Dan ville fair Aug 30 31 and Sept 1 Look out for the big circus parade next Saturday morning Many thunder storms have visited this section during the last ten days Much lightning accompanied them You have two o wear Slip JENNINGS Co Mint Lick Ky Mr E W Harris will wait on my customers during my absence M D HUGHES The feeling for water works grows stronger every day and by election day the people will be unanimously in favor of the plant The L N has built a fine side wall from planing mill across its land where the old passen gcr depot stood New Barber Joe Riklass the new barber Shop N E corner Public Square All work done in the latest style Give me a trial tf Dont Read 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 Ollice and yard opposite the Granary W B Moss Co tf Supper at Hubble The ladies of the Hubble Christian church will a supper in the school house at that place tomorrow Friday night the 18th Everything good to eat will be furnished Only 25 cents admission Please Report Subscribers who fail to receive TIm RFCOUD will confers great favor by reporting the fact to us The papers arc properly and placed in the mail and if you do not receive your copy Uncle Sam will be asked to look into the matter llaaiit Sold A report that G S Gaines had sold his grocery store has hot been sub stantiatcd He made a price to some parties but it is not probable he will be taken up Mr Gaines has one of the largest stores in Central Ken tucky and enjoys a splendid trade Cheap Hufch A hustling firm has supplied many merchants with letter and bill heads with the merchants name printed in small letters and the firm spreading over fourfifths of the sheet This cheaph assli wits same people pretty well Hey llubc Walker representing Coop er Gos monster oldfashioned one ring circus vhich shows here Satur day created nrich amusement and laughter on the streets yesterday af ternoon Dressed as a Rube he walked about town taking in the sights and soon had a crowd following him At night he entertained a crowd funny songs and sayings He is by far the best rube we ever seed Personally he is a polished educated gentleman and a line conversation alist Odd Fellows Revive The Lancaster lodge of Odd Fellows awoke from its Rip VanWnkle nap Tuesday night and started out with flattering prospects for a boom The Stanford degree team said to be the best in the state came over and seven candidates were initiated They were Jake Joseph Joe Hasclden G B Swinebroad J A BeazleyDr Wesley Jim Hamilton Win Ward Ed Bishop This lodge owns a handsome hall and has several thousand dollars in its till The work done by the Stanford team was said to be tiptop Narrov Kwcupe Cries of Help Help awakened citizens living near early Friday morning Many rushed up town in their night clothes to ascer tarn the trouble and found a man struggling in one of the deep mud holes which abound on the Public Square He was thrown a long rope and rescued The poor fellow had come in on the 252 train and got along very nicely until leaving the row of gasoline lamps which stop at the work house The streets from that point areas dark a of black cats Jf there are no lights on the Public Square till night rail fences should be erected around the mud boles thereon Some night some one will drive into one of them and horse buggy and driver will be droomed A fellow would rather risk the mud holes than take chances of running over de livery carts cutting harrows boxes etc which line the sidewalks ss Joseph No Iths pers Buy them ost of U L Notice I fabled II E theSquare as stack Lobe Ii- I T sox a S Leavens This serve fir with soon t f I old on ail in to to Old Fashioned fair at Danville Josephs clearance sale is big crowds Goods Ire going rapid rate Josephs big Try Faulcoiier Gaines with produce they will sell you goods cheap Please remember that obituaries five cents a line Poetry fifty cents per line Concrete walks are all the rage now and about twentyfive have been down about town Trade at our tore arid get first goods and a nice present besides R L JENNINGS Lick Ky Calves for Sale Two ShortHorn Durham bulls 9 and 10 months old Gco W Evans Lancaster Ky tf Since Lancaster has taken the turn for improvements there is work for everyone who wants it There is no excuse to lounge about town No Sale Made The Dr Reid farm of 3SO acres Paint Lick olTercd it public sale last Thursday by Dr V I Letcher was withdrawn at 35 per acre Smitl Currey Agents for Dan vine Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Ofticc at Batsons Dry goods store tf The grand jury convenes Monday If they will make it hot for the pistol shooters they will win a warm spot in the hearts of us unfortunates who live close to the Public Square Tuxe DUG 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 J Excursion to the North The L iS will sell round trip from Lancaster to Benton Harbor and the Fruit Belt of Michigan next Sunday the 20th at 810 for the round trip Tickets good returning ten days Ask agents for particulars Death lit IIarrodburj Lancaster relatives received a from Harroclsburg Monday the death of Mrs I C Bud James The funeral was held in that city Tuesday Mr James has many friends and acquaintances here who extend sympathy Fall and Winter Suits I have just received Wanamaker and Browns absolutely allwool samples fresh and attractive with a guarantee material workmanship and fit AVith 40 years experience they defy competition in quality and prices I also handle the goods from the great Western Tailoring company of Chicago which is up to date in style and down to date in prices Suits made by the best tailors cut to your measure sewed throughout with the best standard silk at t to 30 Compare goods and prices before buying No fit no pay M D HUGHES Agt Quarantine withdrawn at Old Point Comfort The quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn this to notify all concerned that the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has re sumed sale of tickets to Old Point Comfort and all points affected by the quarantine The Bimonthly to Old Point Comfort on the and fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed commencing with the second Tuesday in September Round trip tickets will be 1500 limited to 21 days For full information write GEO W BAKNEY Div Passr Agt Lexington Ky Local Politico The local political pot has not warm ed up enough to sing yet and it looks like maters in that line are lukewarm A number of Mr Goebels most ardent supporters arc doing considerably talk but the and republicans are taking little interest in the race The move to hold another democratic con vention at Lexington was not heeded and if any are opposed the Kenton man they have decided go about their business and take their revenge at the polls We sup pose the republicans are satisfied with their nominee as we have heard no talk about the ticket at all In the legislative race the democrats have talked of quite a number of good men but no one has idea who the nominee will be The repub will nominate Lewis L Walker for this office and it is not believed he will have opposition for the nom iryition As stated above the pot has not commenced to boil and so far there is very little interest manifested Theres always a calm before a storm however and we may yet get into one of the hottest elections held In Garrard Let us hope otherwise a clearan e cl Paint absolutely now tickets telegram announcing J Excursions second exceedingly this county ally drawl C yo ve a pi cl s C C ttis ever 1 y L tf or be a Big court begins Monday J Harness away down for W J Write to H C Bright secretary Danville Fair for catalogue I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at 100 cash m2tfj R L ELKIN The ladies crowd Josephs store The big ance sale is affording great bargaj Fukinos troupe of royal Japanese tie in number are feature of Cooper Cos big shows Saturday next Wanted Hens 5Jc per pound IRvB iSOUTIICOTT We have to drake room for fall and will sell al great many goods at cost and less than cost R JENNINGS 2b Paint Lick Ky Vauttd Iron and bones Farmers bring in old machinery pujce paid NOKTHCOTT A jeweler tells us he sells many alarm clocks since the night trains were put on The travel is exceed on these trains Ruidiit Lots If you want to bb a nice Building Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres cheap T CUKUEY In order to cat my large stock of Buggies Pheatons and Road Wagons down will give a in prices for the next thirty days V J Romans HoiiAc for Rent For year 1100 good tenroom house with good cellar cistern and stable Near Public Square in Lancaster A hove property for Apply to John M Orand 3t Jim Hamilton had all his hair except a small foretop which remains about three inches long more less He says when he goes home he sings Where she leads I will Teacher Examination Examination for white teachers will held in the superintendents ofllce Friday and August 18 and IS Colored teachers examined Friday and Saturday and 2G More Honors For Young Many Lancaster friends are glad to know that Lieut Lucien Young has been appointed by Geii Brook as of the Port at Havana Young did gallant service in the late war and his promotion is certainly de served Mrs D M Lackey received a tele gram Sunday night announcing the death of her halfsister Mrs Kate Goodloc DcValcourt of spinal men ingetis She and niece Miss Kath rine DeV Craig had been at White Sulphur Springs at which place she died since July 1st Her remains were taken to her home by her two surviving sons Bruns and A Goodloe for burial Mill B a Candidate Lewis L Walker when asked if he would be a candidate for the republi can nomination for legislaturesaid he had been solicited to make the race by great many leading republicans and he had about made up his mind to do so Mr Walker has done good work for his party and will poll its full vote He is thoroughly competent to fill the office being welleducated and posted on questions of the dav DrKcrvcd CompHimiit Richmond Climax Rev H N Faulconer of Lancaster the eloquent young Presbyterian Evangelist services at the Second church on Sunday morning and in the even ing preached a beautiful sermon at the Union Services Thule who have heard this consecrated and gifted young minister express great delight with his sermons and with him He is attractive both in and out of the pulpit and will be cordially upon every visit to our city What Shall AVc At every town one visits he finds the railway waiting room filled by loafing negroes Right here at home they almost take the depot at night train times while at Winchester Stanford and several other have visited recently it is simply aw ful They crowd white ladies out completely and at Winchester the a other night six ladies were compelled to cross the track and sit on the freight depot platform in the cold night air for nearly two hours At Stanford Monday night the writer met two la dy relatives and they were compelled to sit on a baggage truck in front of depot for an hour while the only waiting room open was crowded with loudsmelling coons We are the ne gros friend as long as he stays in his place but when they come to force themselves with white people its time to call a halt The rail road author were notified of the Winchester Occurrence and the gobblins will get else If passengers are not given protection t Ig 3 ays ANS in Ir y daily c s goo II 3 tingly good l big ut suitable boardinghouse Stlliwt Cut clipped follow Saturday will be Commander conducted personally welcome Dos pointswe at t goo sots at dug Lien Del alcourt the fries someone in is The big circus will ba here Saturday Tuesday night There will be work in F C degree Spring chickensor sale 9 and lOc The Danville fair will be the biggest thing on wheels Aug 30 31 and Sept 1 More dwellings are badly needed in Lancaster A good house at rent in Ladies and Childrens Slippers and Summer dress goods at cost R L KysDr Herring has had a tine concrete walk laid from his residence to his front gate It is one of the prettiest in town Danville and Stanford people have the names confused Its the Black Diamond road they see in their dreams not the Southern Ownley Sick Casey Owslej a lawyer of Lexing ton who was reported so ill is some better and will as soon as able leave for North Carolina to spend the win accompanied by his brother Will Owsley who also goes for his health G S Gaines is agent for Superior Kentucky and IlaworUis Drills the best known in Kentucky This place is head quarters for farming impliments specialties JcNF Averys Disc Sulky plow and the ChaCtanagua walking plow Faulconer Gaines have the nicest assortment of candies ever brought to Lancaster No Bolter ExSheriff Curt Robinson received a package of printed matter by mail calling a meeting of those opposed to the Gobel convention Mr R who is a true blue democrat mailed the stuff back to the sender and wrote him a letter saying he was no bolter and tool no stock in such doings Have Your Roof Painted Mr W A McCreery a painter of many years experience has located in Lancaster and is doing good work He makes a specialty of fine inside and outside work He makes a roofing paint which he guarantees for eight years and which is giving great satis faction See Jas Dillon for partic mars tf Chclf Surveyor Here Mr E B Respess the clever civil engineer of the Southern railway was in town Sunday They are camped now in Pulaski county the line across a corner thereof lIe re ports all the boys in good health and says Claude Wherritt who is now a member is making one of the best men in the crovd Joe In Ilouuliilu A letter from Joe Gaines to his mother in this city gives an interest ing description of his trip to Honolula and the customs of the people there Toe is in the 6th infantry He is now in Manilla harbor within two miles of the destroyed Spanish fleet He does not know how long he will be there His letter is quite interesting and we wish we had the space to it Quite a Curiosity Capt W C McFarland who was recently retired from the 10th is here visiting the family of Judge Burnside and his brotherin law the editor of TIlE RECOKD He brought with him one of the new Mauser pistols The weapon is ed very much like the Colts but is far different in mechanism The car fridges carry the dumdum bullets and come six made together It has a stock which is hollowed out and serves as a scabbard It Is an weapon and the first of the kind brought here Capt exhibited the pistol at the Lexington fair last week Klwalng Bugs Victim Until Tuesday last Ernest Brown had regarded the reported presence of the kissing bug in this country as a of tin de siecle joke He has changed his mind On the day men tioned about 10 oclock one of the flew into Logans dry goods store where Brown is a clerk circled once or twice about his head and before could strike it down stung him on the end of his making a swift exit through the door Uttering terrible yell Brown rushed out upon the sidewalk where he continued to beat the air in the most dramatic manner thinking the bug was still hot pursuit lIe was greatly excit ed He could scarcely be convinced that the insect was concealed some where on his person but upon being conducted to a drug store and given a powerful opiate his excitement was somewhat allayed A single drop of blood oozed from the punctured spot Mr Brown describes the bug as hav ing a long yellow body red eyes and a bill as keen as a cambric needle The pain has subsided but his nasal organ of still so distorted that he has the ap pearance of being a bantam weight de Bergerac a nd 1 Masonic lodge per pound reasonable is always demand tel all kinds running reproduce Infantry detachable interesting insects hew j call il Bottbt Casey slit MCFar nose instantly a at to has see a last Mr ton Mr left her La ied Mr of St ROUT PEOPLE Dr B F Walters will be out of town until the 25th Owen Shugjirs is spending the week Cumberland Falls MisiMattie Bikinis at Crab Springs for a few weeks Mr Edgar Price of Knoxville was visitor in this city Sunday Miss Julia Mae Gaines left Monday visit friends in Atlanta Ga Mrs R E McRoberts and children have gone to Dripping Springs Mr Fox of Eton Ohio is the guest of his sister Mrs Jacob Joseph Mrs Williams of Campbells ville is visiting her son W I Williams Mrs Lizzie Rice has been visiting Mrs R II Batson for a few days Mr J S Bowman of Lewis county been Miss Lulu Andersons guest Miss Lillie Noel has returned from a few atDrippingSprings Mrs Fuller of Orlando Florida has been visiting her friend Mrs J Mas Judge Mathew Dawson Hughes is in Jackson Ky organizing Maccabee lodge Mr Frank Bacon of Louisville visited Messers Richard and Lyman Ryan Sun day Miss Annie Austin has returned from several weeks visit to Dripping Springs Little Miss Nell Wearrcn of Stan ford is visiting Miss Jennie Duncan Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside attended the Elks at Lexington week Miss Amy Davidson has returned from a visit to Miss Bessie Turley of Richmond Mrs Bettie Landram has returned from several months visit to the mountains Misses Mary Traylor and Mamie Hi att were the guests of Mrs W M Za none last week Squire and Mrs W II Kinnaird vis ited Mrs Donald McDonald in Dan rifle yesterday Mesdames T M Foster of Stanford and Harris of Missouri arc guests at T Curreys Mr E C Gaines attended the party given by Miss Annie Johnson at Hus last night Miss bionic Elliott of Mayfield is being entertained by Miss Annie Loyd Herring this week Mrs H A Price has returned from visit to her daughter Mrs S P Grant of Danville Misspell Hackney of London is the guest of her sister Mrs Richard Ward on Stanford St Mr and Mrs J C Hemphill and J W Elmore will return from French Lick springs Saturday Mrs Chas Denman of Nicholas vine has been visiting her parents and Mrs Alex West Mrs Walker and Miss Lena Rigney Friday for Augusta Ky where they will visit Mrs Ginger Miss Virgie Worrell a handsome young lady of Lebanon 0 is visiting parents near Flatwood Miss Ada Williams of Thibodaux is the charming guest of Miss Susie Sandidge near Buckeye Mrs Dobyns of Danville accompan by her son Mr Richard visited relatives here last Mrs William and daugh ter Irene left Monday to be the guests of relatives at Lexington Mrs Smith Powell and daughter Miss Mattie of Hustonville are visiting J C Thompson and family Dr Simpson Elkin was called from Atlanta Ga last week to see Mrs Robert Elkin who is improving Miss Nelle Johnson has returned home after a months stay in Cincin nati with her friend Miss Sue Layton Misses Inona and Mollie Douglas have returned from Versailles and take rooms with Miss Frankye Dcty has returned home from Richmond where she has been visiting friends for several days Mrs J R Hill has returned from Middlteborough She has been ill for quite a while but is somewhat im Proved Mr U S Traylor ind wife W T Stone and wife C L Stone and wife Stanford were visiting W M Za none and family Tuesday Misses Anna Gover of FlorenceHarris of this city and Mr Joh Ray Xf Richmond visited family of Dr Ray atBuckeye The following young ladles guests M s J Hamilton Misses ret Wood and Nan Denton of Lexington and Miss Bruce Wearen of p Q Bra S Orchard dayssojourn heraunt Fair weeks the Sunday are I 1 P Ob0 400 400044A4O CYd00pr00 d4doOo Romans Turnerspi Mar James lold odd ns oat lie toll of sie the the a are air the file will par viz us in see of Will Broaddus was up from Lake land this week lIe says Cash Pumph rey and Johnnie Johnson who also hold positions there are in good health and getting along nicely Jolly Joe Walters and his Conn cor net furnished music for the Odd Fel lows goat Tuesday night Joe be longs to all the secret orders except gate raiders and kuklux Misses Marie Joseph Cora Ward Elsie Palmer Elviree Burnside and Annie Perkins form a pretty house party with Miss Willie Bile Burnside- at the latters grandfathersMr T M Johnston The Rev B A Dawes and famiiy Louisville who have been visiting Mrs Lucy Sutton returned home yes terday Dr Dawes has charge of a prosperous Baptist church in the Highlands of that city Mrs Jas Dudderar is giving a house party this week in honor of Miss Bes Yantis to the following pretty lit tie ladies Misses Lillie V West Allie Yantis Burney Giyton Lear Sue An na Lear and Bessie May Lear Mr John Shea has returned from Louisville and Dripping Springs much best tailors in the state as well as one of the cleverest gentlemen one meets Miss Edna Ramsey of Monticello beautiful Hud attractive blonde who has been visiting Mrs M Belle Burnside has gone to Stanford to vis it Mrs Dr Cook Miss Ramsey is very handsome and besides this is a musician of some merit having just finished a term at the Conservatory ofMusic in Cincinnati and came by to see her former friend and teacher The Railroad We admit THE RECOUD little overenthusiastic in its reports regarding the new railroad but we now more confident than ever thatGarrard county will get the prize We have all along been in possession of a little inside information which we were not at liberty to divulge but anyone could read between the lines and see that our statements were not castles Some of our people are somewhat inclined to be douLtini Thomases but they should not be which go to show that Garrard is thepeople in the case In the first place Southern Railroad Co calculated that this road would cost 25000 per mile Mr Respess survey and pro show that the line so far as survey ed which is nineteen miles beyond Brodhead will not average 15000 per mile In the next place he was limited to one per cent in grade and curvature Ills profile shows that atno point so far does the curvature or grade get as high as his limit Xow that he is into the only stretch that take him into Jellico does it look reasonable to believe that the com will go to the enormous expense riot come within the limit ofcurvature a one per cent road exactly halt way between the L If and Southern most all the way We make the above statements they come from an indisputable source and for the further reason that some may think the road a myth Now there is but one thing left for to do It is for the people to get together and secure the right of way through this county The road will not be built through Garrard unless gives the right of way Nearly every land owner seen has been very reasonable in his demands and we all will wheel into line But the thing to do now is to get the matter black and white There is not person in Garrard county that will not be benefitted by this road and all will it this way if they will only stop and study the case The farmer will be given two shipping routes to and Louisville and greatest all it will open a route for him to ship his grain and other products to the Southern market which will far surpass the north Th is road runs through the finest coal and tim her in Kentucky and being on a line will it not give you better rotes thanyou could possibly get other wise By giving you better rates to market and furnishing you coal and lumber that a benefit to you This is a serious matter and hand the hat to pay for this right of way but dear reader whatyou contribute will return to you ten hors twice the price of the land Our neighboring counties Boyle and Lincoln are hustling for the road but their only chance for securing it is by Garrard falling to put up the right of way and in this we are confident they Lancaster has sounded su Nowhere r eilft Jt anotherline TheSouthern Cincinnati because believe a Cincinnati erelong direct isnot resIdentaround enoughmoney fellow r 1 Utjtt i businessev- er f f 3 C a and demand Mite oq cold tratl t 1jo Jk ri PRICES PRIDES 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 Come Now or You Will Miss Some GREAT BARGAINS IN GOODS Clothing Furnishing Goods Boots and Shoes oJ PRICESftarzL DRY lOGAN GOODS CO SEDUCED FIE UCED REWCED PRC s- Q1m 1CE0 PR EDUCED PRC- EWCEO PRC 1REUUCEO PRRR iQDUCED PB DRY BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY ic t EDUCATION J8 absolutely necessary to the youn man or young woman who would wiu Seven experienced teachers each a specialist in his line Graduates Write tor a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent over the United Btatea be to you I referred one w r THE BASEMEN FILTER Patented Feb 28 1899 Cleanses Perf IN EVERY DETAIL Separates trash from the water before water is filtered Water filters upward through selve mixed with material Bird nests leaves trash etc can not possibly enter filtering material as it caught in the bottom of filter before water 1 filtered screw is removed it allows filter t dry out thoroughly There is no chance foi bugs or any kind of insects to accumulate as i dues iu other filters from dampness J R HASELDJUiN Lancaster Ky preventing tillsh I W lien tb Beazley Bangliman Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Emlmliiiini A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets JNOTHAYS JIITAMILTON Hays Hamilton Robinson Attorneys and Counselors at La LANCASTER KY 1 i i Ladies Misses V Childrens Shoes and Slippers i 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 and Tans in price from 100 to 350 that we will close at 50 75 100 125 150 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 1iM8Mm 0YJIfJJiJ 70ffJJrG1JJiff00 Jilf001J 0070 00tlPlJYj l JliJ7 tjjj IGreat Closing 1 7 L 0 t S 1u a e iII rrmrmri1 rrmi rrrnr 0 J IE rn lb S02 I ranging I200 j 1 I J t I r v0 x 1 Z ti ta- c j ip f r i yQ Q- p Q- i ca- I S1 f r1 pp sq S c J r Robinson jA BUSINESSi success in life This being conceded t Is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY I tot W KcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY Reliable of desiring a trip to the Paris Exposition with good A Free Trip to Paris a or Inventive mind expense paid The PAfT 4 t4r t ektla CENTRAL EVKBY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE 100 THUMBS SIX MONTHS 60 THEM 25 THURSDAY August 17 1899 MORMON preachers have been re treatment in some parts of Kentucky We cannot see why they should ba molested No one has to believe their teachings If tlia people want to do a good turn by the cause of Christianity they should tar and feather some of many hypocrits who take leading parts in our religious gatherings and the moment they leave the building resume their devil ment By the word devilment we do not mean the poor fellow who soaks liquor but the heathens who make adverse criticism on people refuse to contribute to worthy causes hound to death those who happen to owe and watch a few little rusty dollars like a cat watching a rat hole Its this class of snakes who hurt Christian ity and not Mormon elders These money lovers would never attend church if the law did not compel them to close up on Sunday THE Kentucky press boys are now mixing up over the fall election Keep cool brethren A thousand years hence you will not know there ever were such men as Goebel Taylor or Brown and you will care little less Look a bit further than the end of your noses remember there will be a hereafter and you will not say hard things about oneanother Print the news in your domain and remember few people care what your individual opinion is ADMIUAL DEWEYS salary amounts to 3750 a day President McKinley is equal to 131 a day cabinet officers the Vice President and the speaker of the house get 2222 a day Senators and Congressmen 1310 and the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court 20 a day A country newspa per man does ten times as much work as either of the foregoing and gets two dollars a year and his washing THE Guthrie Graphic gives this timely and wise advice Be for Goebel be for Taylor be for Brown or be for that suits you but remember that your neighbor has the same right to his opinions that you have for yours Suppose your neighbor makes a fool of himself in the matter do not act the fool yourself One fool at a time is enough for any crowd GOVBUADLEY refused to honor pa pers signed by Treasurer Longs son the latter filling his fathers shoes while he was running about the state dabbling in politics They can say t what they please about Gov Bradley but no one can say he is not faithful i as an executive His calling down of the runabout treasurer meets the approval of all lovers of good govern meat TOJUIY BuACKETTREEDexspeaker of the national house is back from Europe and will seek a high perch hoping the presidential lightning will will strike him Tommy is wasting time however McKinley worked the army appointment racket on enough politicians to secure him the nomina tion WHILE addressing an immense throng at Mayfield Mr Goebel was overcome by heat and fell in a faint He soon revived and proceeded with his address Mr Goobel is a speaker that gets greatly enthused while addressing an audience and great beads of perspiration roll off him IF the vagrant law were strictly en forced many a leading politician would be transferred from the raging stump to the calm and collected rock ple TIIEUE are said to be nine hundred drinking places in Louisville No wonder the editors down there talk nothing but politics THE raging stump has spoiled many a good plow hand McUREARY Born to the wife of Dr J A Amon a big boy Willie Rice Miss Lillie Warner is spending the week with friends and relatives in Stanford Mr and Mrs Davis Sut ton was with the latters sister at Kirksville last week Mr and Mrs Sam Brown and little daughters Ruth of Illinois is visiting their uncle Mr A T Hard in Miss Irene Simpson is attending school at Wilmore Mr Ollie Hendren of Kirk llle was the guest of B L Warner the first of the week Miss of Livingston accompanied by Mr Jim Tucker the guests of the Misses Hardins Saturday Mr T A Royse has to Colnmbla Metcalf Co to attend the fair During the civil war as well as in our late war with Spain diarrhoea was one of the most troublesome diseases the army lead to contend with In many instances it became cljronic and the old soldiers still suffer from it Mr David Taylor of Wind Ridge Greene Co Pa is one of these lIe 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 McRoberts druggist R Uu Lw eo ceivingrough them- r t r r anyone r r J I was were I 1 f S r THREE BALLOON ASCENSIOMS Will be Attractions at the Danville Fair Aug 30 31 and Sept 1 The New Danville Fair Association has closed negotiations with the cel ebrated arenaut Professor W R Mack for a balloon ascension every day of the coming Danville Fair Professor Mack makes daring para chute leaps and on one afternoon will introduce his sensational feat of being tired from a cannon in midiar after ward descending in his parachute He will also in one of his ascensions be ac companied by his wife Such attrac tions as these coma high but the as sociation is determined to have the bestIt should be borne in mind that the big 100 saddle stake will be kept open until the evening befor it is to be shown This with the big roadster ring will bring a good lot of horses The premium list for this fair is one of the very best in the State reaching nearly 2000 Send to Henry C Bright the Secretary for a catalogue No one knows the unbearable tor 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 them TABLEitS BUCKEYE PILE is an infallible cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 7ucts C C J E Stormes PAINT LICK Dont forget for tickets on Silverware at R I EXXINGS Co Protracted meeting has been in progress at New Hope church for the last week It will close Tuesday night the 15th The Rev J G Dale of Al abama is conducting the services R L Jennings our hustling mer chant has bouglit 4yearold black mare S Fish price privateA line of Cigars Tobacco at R L XINGS Co Protracted began at Fair view church last week and will contin ue through this week Three converts have been added to the church Mr Elliott a student from Lexington is conducting the services Miss Hattie Jennings of Bryants ville and Miss Annie V Jennings of Danville who have been visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs B F Jennings for the past two weeks have returned home J B Parks A B Ely and Depot Agt Jim Rucker attended the fair at Lexington Mr Sam Campbell and sister Miss Hallie have gone to Lexington on a visit The Paint Lick base ball team went to Berea Saturday to cross bats with that nine and were defeated by a score of 9 to 12 Corn is selling at two dollars per barrel delivered Wheat at jOe Why not organize a K P lodge in Paint Lick It would be the source of much pleasure and benefit- A line of Worsted dress goods worth 12i 25 35 0 and 7ac all go at lOc per yd R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick has the hustlingest mer chants of any town in the state Come to think of it we have about the best town in the state While we do not spread over many acres yet you can find as many accommodations here as any city of twice our size 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 GEO C HICKOCK Curtiss Wis C C J E Stormes BUCKEYE Born to the wife of Robert Long nee Miss Flora Ray a son Rev Adkins of Boyle filled pastor Pikes appointment here Saturday and Sunday and was accompanied by Bris co Harmon There is a great deal of sickness among the children of this community- A son of William Leoeker died of consumption Burial at Buckeye cem etery Miss Altha Miller of Owensboro is with Miss Maggie Saddler Misses Florence Harris of Lancaster and Lizzie Dover of Stanford accompa tiled by J L Ray of Kichmond were guests of Miss Sallie Sunday Mrs StClair and Miss Ella Williams of New Orleans are spending the sum mer with Misses Maggie and Susie Sandidge Misses Pearl Ross Bettie Henry Annie Austin and Mr Robert Henry of your city attended church here Sunday Miss Bessie Vanars dall of Louisville has been visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy Booth Sutton and Miss Sa die Aldridge of Marksbury visited Mr and Mrs Ebb Dickerspn Sunday lfr and Mrs Miles of Jessa samine stopped over night here en route to the mountains last week J Ramsey and Master Newman Holman of Crab Orchard made a bus iness trip here last week 3fo JUsbt tq Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attract lye must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimplest blotches skin eruptions and a wretchi ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate Stomach liver and kidneys and to pu fy the It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good look ing charming woman of a rundown nvalid Only 50 cents at R E Me Roberts Drug Store 1m I cure fro Cl ie andI J me ing B Ray Alec V 4 OINTMENT to call C acc blood 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 Good Show Coming LANCASTER SATURDAY ipth AUGUST 19th Afternoon and night Rain or Shine Cooper Gos United RR Shows qSaddle Premiums 15 to11O iiJiU sis Parade 1130 Admission all persons over 9 years of age 25c All children under 9 years of age 15c SCHOOL BOOKS Dont forget that we have many BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE R E irROBERTS This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky having been recently equipped with fK The Marvelous Lenses 3 The new discovery in optical science Iwish to say to the Ladies js that These Lenses FLATTER vJust received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in J ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to JL the most Elaborate Paintings among the lot is the New French FLEURDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that require X a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices jWe will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Office A SECONDHAND Fox fir GZZery DAN tE KY f f 0 1 1 j ono timate l Moulds i Isnt It well worth your while to visit Cincinnati on the Queen Crescent Sunday Excursion from Junction City Championship BALL GAMEAnd many other attractions next Aug 20th See small bills or call on your ticket agent for partic ulars Sunday HAIR BALSAM iPall t 3drs- t epdOAi TIME TABLES K C Branch BoatabadXlxed passes LaaOstcr 1110 AM Northbnd Mixed 335 r v Northbnd 262 A Pawgr aY- oatk bad 122k It tit t The Largest One Ring Show on Earth 40 American and Artists 40 Fukinos troup of Royal Japanese 5 in number 5 Great Clowns Den of performing lions Prof Oatmans school of educated Horses Ponies and MulesMlle Lulas wonderful talking horse Tapsy EuroP- an L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT KY ThirtyThousand Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms KfiHGHTS OF Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally invit I ed ED BISHOP C Cs J S HASBU KN KR S LANCASTER L rIt l i PYT Ins r- c 1t OJET COURSE YOU WANT THIS Very Best Clothing at 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 L FROHMAN CO DANVILLE taklA t SIofif of fSIjt T T f 7T jf t f t Sl4G 12aDd Sits at 7 5fO 41n L ktiit I AU ro f V f t iJ t orOO3o0 o0 OO OOfi OO 00 00i0 OOso0 0 S OO OO3SOO OO oOk oO OOOO rOO OOO- OO J I o- pl i v- I H H o- i o 130 Now o o I o03i0OiOOSttEO 00I CrOO OO OO oOrI O Y a02 0OsiOO S OO oO8 O 4 Y oOOO CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY 1899 Mr R P 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 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 time 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 by R E McRob erts Druggist LETTER FIIOM COL UUUDETT LEXINGTON Ky Aug 15 99 EDITOU CENTRAL RECORD My visit to Lancaster last week was very pleasant indeed con sidering the unpleasant job I had on hand taking down and packing a lot of dusty books 1 saw many familiar faces met old friends at every turn and could but wish every now and then that I was there to stay but my sentiment had to yield to my substan tial and material interest So pleas ant and gratifying was my visit that I could not resist the urgent to come again soon and promis ed to go back next week and be there during the first week of the circuit court when I would be most apt to see the greatest number of my old friends and see them where they would look most natural in the Court House and on the juries and beside their chosen counsel I found the larger portion of my law library in good shape but many of my valuable books were not found and 1 hope my good friends may tind some of them about and about in back places where they have put them to get them out of their way temporarily and then forget them The books that I have out that I now know of are of the Kentucky Reports 3 4 5 7 8 Danas Reports 2 4 5 12 1418 Ben Monroes Reports 2 4 Metcalfes Reports 12 Duvalls Reports 2 3 6 9 14 Bushs Reports 4 vols English Chancery Re ports 1 vol United States condensed Reports 8 vols of the Select Library of Law and Equity 1 vol of the spirit of the Law 1 vol of Madisons papers and some others mainly text books just which or how many 1 will not venture to say now but suggest that while casting about for those named if any others are found I will be oblig ed if the friends will deliver them to my friend THE CENTRAL RECOKD The books can be easily have the name of J Burdett or Allan A Burton or Owsley Burdett or Burdett Hopper written on the back or printed on paper slips and pasted on the inside A favor will be conferred on me by a search for such books by any of my friends who think they might possibly have them or know where they are This is a busy noisy city but it dont look like Lancaster dont feel like it dont act like it and to tell the truth dont tit like Lancaster It is a good town though and like a tight shoe may make a lit after it is worn awhile When Mrs Burdett here and straightens me up a little I may feel more at home and things look more natural more alike and 1 hope she will be here today or tomor row as she has intended Your friend B M BUIIDETT SpldnlI Greltellt pain soon invitations identified they August 1 7 Nerd Olivia c i I I i i I gets DontDo Dont take media cines before the little one comes They endanger health of both mother and babe internal e the good and the distress and the later bet ter than anything else in the Its effects are marked not only itself and afterward Distress by it short ned and subsequent dangers avoided y Dranteto fcr fI Wile mi far Mr 9U 0BXABflU UWIAW Wi AtlABta 6C l external liniment will r lievo pains good childbirth but during the is overcome SeW jI r7 j WI m st labor A bir Y r r A Narrow Kiicapn 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 healthy woman Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drug Store Regular size 50c and 100 Guaranteed or price refunded CABTERSVILLB Master Willie Koeler has been on the sick list for several days but is improving Mr and Mrs Grit Nap ier have returned from a weeks visit to relatives in Clay County Mrs Napier was accompanied by her niece who will visit her Mrs Fannie Keohler spent Sunday with Mrs Fannie Green Miss Lula Napier has returned from an extended visit to friends in Clay County E L Keoler was in Lancaster on business Saturday Mr and Mrs Granville Jenkins left for Indinapolis last week where they will make their future home Miss Williams sister of Mrs Jenkins and Gibson Allen is left to mourn the loss on another sweetheart Miss Bettie Wilmot of Brodhead who was the guest of Mrs J B Carter for some time this summer is soon to make her appearance among us Dora the infant of Mrs James Roop is on the sick list Sunday was reg ular meeting day at Leavel Green and a large crowd attended Mr W L Allen has given out the idea of going to Texas and has bought land from eke Arnold on which he will erect a handsome residence E L Keoler went to East Burn stadt last week and located a place for a saw mill which he will move up the near future A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of SENS HONEY OF TAR in all cases of Hoarsness Sore Troat or difficult of breathing Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Stormes J C Siler traded for a work mule from R Robinson price 50 J P Rogers bought Roy Lawson Jr corn crop for 7250 Sol Rigsby bought a nice mare from John Naylor for 50 There have been several suckling calves sold here for 25 per head James H Thompson and J P Bal lard bought 35 head of sheep in Rock castle last week Prof J C Lewis of the Sue Ben nett school at London will preach here the 3rd Sunday in this month Roy Lawson will leave for Missouri in a short time Mrs J C Fox has returned home after a two weeks to her parents at Somerset Iva Harber will leave for her home in Texas next Wednesday after a two months visit with her sister and rel atives Miss Kittie Weddler of Lex ington is visiting her cousin Mrs Charlie King Mrs Payne and Miss Mattie Cormney are visiting relatives at Rowlend Mr Belden and family of Stanford was visiting Mr and Mrs J P Payne Sunday Mr George Archer of Point was visiting friends here Friday Miss Samantha Jones of Crab Orchard was visiting relatives here last Died at the home of her sons Mrs Debord in her 78th year She had been a member of the Baptist church for a number of years She died triumph of loving faith Rev J M tIngling pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland Md says It affords me muck to recommend Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy Ihave used it and know others who have done so I have never known it to fail It Is a sure cure when taken in time For saio by E E McRoberts druggist UI Cochran therein COUS PRE ACHERSVlLLE Leavell i a n Miss vise biIs week Chamberlain I f a fA A BRYANTSVILLE The protracted meeting at this place has been postponed indefinitely Rev Clark will till his appointment here Sunday There will be no preaching at Grove Sunday but the the Sunday school are requested to be present as there is important to be transacted There will be preaching at Hebron on the 22nd at 7 oclock in the eve ningThe teachers association of the Bryantsville precinct met at district No 7 August 12 Miss Mittie Dunn presiding and Miss Mary King The meeting opened with a song followed by a bible reading and prayer by Mrs Dr Armstrong Then another song Miss Edna Scott read a paper on parents duty to teachers followed by another song of praise Little Miss Maria Dunn kindly the Wreck of the Hesprens followed by a practical paper on best methods of teaching order in school by Miss Mary Tomlinson Mrs Swope gave the association a very interesting paper on Physiology and how taught Then Miss Alice Dunn recited Van Bibbers Rock followed by a song Mr Durham and Miss Minnie Johnson both being absent we had a parady by Miss Ethic King followed by a solo by Misses Katie Moore and Mattie May Leavell rendered Aunt Sophronia at the Opera in a very pleasing The meeting closed with a song after which refaeshments were served The soothing and healing Chamberlains Cough Remedy its pleasant taste and prompt old cures have made it a great favorite with the people sale by R E McRoborts druggist Mr Morrison Archer is thouht to the fever Jim Miller sold to W G Gooch four yearlings at 100 and a hog for i00 There was preaching at Lawsons Chapel Sunday by Rev Clay James Worrel bought a sow and four shoats from George Conner for 15 Wm Coldiron bought five hogs and a yearling calf from Milton Grayson for 3000 Mr John Boutte and family and Mrs Schooler spent Saturday with W H Furr G W Spangler of near Crab Orchard spent Monday with W H Furr Edd Walker Jr is talking of starting to Colorado in a few days Blotches and excresences which so often annoy people are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance of her duties HERBINE will aid and assist nature in her work and ensure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all imperfections Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes Beef making or wool growing or dairying without shelter is a pretty crude way of farming If this has been your way remedy the derect be little stock under good shelter rather than much stock and poor covering for them The Mot Fatal Disease More adults die of Kidney troubles than of any other disease When the first symptoms of this disease appear no time should be lost taking Foleys Kidney Cure which is guaran or money refunded 50cts and 100 C C J E Stormes On the walls of one of the rooms in Mr Ingersolls home hung the motto Love is the only bow on lifes dark cloud It is the morning and the evening star The Christian can sub scribe to the same sentiment but he would add the glorious Bible text God is love BlMBiarchs Iron Nerve Was the result ofhIS splendid health Indomitab will and tremendous ener gy are where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power if brain and body Only 25c at R E McBoberts Druggist 1m I Pleasant members- of business I secretary recited properties- of permanent everywhere- For IiLA1 betaking keepS in teed manner WOODS not found use J iU M i A TIMELY HINT Yon should be wise and see that yonr blood rich and and whole system put in perfectly healthy condition the use of Dr German Liver Powder Then you will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds and the Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder is the best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Spruce Gum Balsam Price 25c and SOo a Bottle For sale by R E McRoberts KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition nf Crps sod Live St August 1899 Replies were received this month from 150 correspondents 104 counties WHEAT The only feature of importance with the wheat crop outside the State is the damage to spring wheat by dry hot winds causing premature ripening and shriveling the berry This is especially true the crop in the States of North Da kota Swath Dakota and Minnesota The full extent of the injury will not appear until threshing begins but it is throught will have a market effect on what was a promising crop a few weeks ago Frequent mention of from rust and smut is also made from those States The question Are farmers marketing wheat threshed elicited 45 answers in the allirmativc old 52 in the negative To the same question on this date of 1818 IS answered yes and 121 no The average price of No 2 wheat is G5J per bushel The average price on this date for past three year was 18JS C8c 187 i5c ISiG 4Uc The drouth during July has affected the cure crop The dry period varied considerably in duration some counties receiving be nelicial showers on July 20th and 21st while in other relieving rains did not fall until JOth and 1st In these counties the injury to early corn is probobly irreparable Late corn is wonderfully improved since rain and with a continuation of seasonable weather will make a fair crop TOBACCO Tobacco like corn has been serious ly affected by drouth The late has made no growth and the stand is very poor and uneven The hot weather and absence of moisture has caused the plant to grow which will materially interfere with quality However a number of counties report the crop wonderfully revived by recent rains and a contin uation of seasonable weather may do much to improve what at present is a decidely poor prospect Danger from frost may be apprehended for that portion of crop just beginning to grow Worms do not appear to be troublesome The hemp growing district was the center of the drouth area the effect on hemp is marked Is a Otto cock lilt representing connected of of of freely- as Coax disastrously replant HEMP mo e injury cents spindling consequently than on any other crop The condi tion August 1st averages 55 whereas on July 1st it was 3 MEADOWS PASTURES AND LIVE STOCK Yield from timothy meadows com pared with average years is 82 Time quality is much below the average Pastures were badly dried up luring the drouth and even yet in some counties are but little improved The condition August 1st is 84 On July 1st the condition was 8 Live stock is in good condition not withstanding the dry weather Nt epidemics are reported other than hog cholera in a few counties The aver age condition is 04 which is quite satisfactory under the adverse pre vailingApples promise a small crop of in ferior quality Where sufficient rain has fallen plowing for wheat is geing rapidly pushed and the outlook is for a large acreage LUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Agriculture Where the digestion is good the general powers of the system healthy state worms can find no hab itation in the human body WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE not only de stroys every worm but corrects all de rangcments of the digestive organs Price 25cts C C J E Stormes A hundred to one shot made a bold bid for the second race at St Louis last week and was only beaten a head The fast one was Marie G Brown who finished second with odds of from 100 to 150 to 1 against her but she was disqualified for foul No More Shakes TRYYucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Take m Worthless Substitute Insist on YUCATAN PRICE E ulclloberts English capitalists have recently in vested about 30000000 in sugar plan tations in Cuba and Porto Rico The Agricultural Experiment Sta tion of Wisconsin has been conduct ing a very successful test of cows ai the farm Some very tine average were found I and iIi a I Cit 1 AM 88 YEARS OLD rwneu to tell Honey It rives quick and permanent mill t All quad lar M pip well ooucha aad awn rK Ao Ill l r urIrai s eve aids It- t Tt eeA Y tca14 Ring out the old Ring in new Ring out the false Ring in tie true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Permanent Positive Care for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are the mucus is cut out the cause of thattickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS BcttlM Only 26e 6Oo 1 00 SIsM BE SURE YOU GET till If Pine Pleasant microbe bearing SOLD sad Dr III u Tar Honey exhilarated 1 uS r ForCoughs Croup HoarsenessLa Asthma BronchitisConsumption I srlORNIE DRUG STORE I Build Our Own Warships The Nautical Gazette states that it was always a matter for surprise that the Brazilian government for whom the Now Orleans and Albany were built should have been so anxious to get rid of these seemingly perfect vessels The mystery now is explained and the fact that the metacentric height was a nega tive quantity was probably known by the builders and former owners and carefully concealed from us They can not be cut in two and lengthened as they are even now too narrow for their length The moral of the story is that we must build our own war vessels The Lazy Little Mexican nee The bee of Mexico does not improve each shining hour As there is very little cold weather there no necessity exists for laying in winter stores of honey and the bee Is therefore as lazy as n cockroach HAS NATURE WARNED YOU Nature herself clad in the early of spring blossoms forth trees and flowers causing the despondent chord to vibrate to this the most of all springtime and how do you feel the forerunner of Chills Malaria and Typhoid Fever If so must not this warning as it is an indication of sickness avoid this consult us as our advice costs yon nothing Call on your drugfist and procure a bottle of Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Take one dose a at bed time for six days then follow by procuring a bottle of Yucatan Chill Tonic following the directions and after two weeks course of these two great remedies will feel like the flowers look in the spring Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season when the atmosphere is full of germs If necessary and when system warns you repeat the above These Remedies in stock and sold by E McRoberts ou da you Ill Have It certainly speaks well for Brown that he has become mayor of that west ern city to which he moved Oh I dont know replied the cau tious man It may be more in the na ture of a reflection on the city Chica Post The Order of Event Wheneer the course of love Is smooth This sequence Ss obeyed For first there la a maId so true And then a trousseau nude Puck I liver DIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system Is heir to PRICE 25 For Sale by K E McRoberts Cautions Man i go 1 I t C curtsledls Germ D r Powder ICU I I CENTS- I l ry MPW CAN SELL YOU Paint Wall Tintings Cheapar than any House in this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced srlOurL TiY l LILLARDDANILL E W H HOSHAL CO Commission Merchants CattleHogsSheep UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O Information stock cheer fully furnished Consign your stock di ect to us Phone 734 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 Sallied Tillett regarding lle na F1 j L TAKE Honeyand Tar IT IS THE GREAT THROAT AND LUNC REMEDY Fo J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Siiveryor Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO ORGANIZED 1883 TONS NATIONAL U OF LAHOASTER ffT Capital Surplus Fund 50000 BUSINESS SOLICITED I 1C Y LKATXLL B F H0D80H W ORieHKT CD WJLUCXB Presides VlcePrealdenl Cashict 1 Assistant Cashs Bookkeepes DIRECTORS J M HieemoTHAif Unris T LXATBU JSJoHSsoir TXAXHOLB- HCfA BKHoBiOW Land and BAn 10000 Carefald lAX Lewis BOLD J l QIUa Jrw I 1 PtetnptAtteatfoaOaaraateed JAas Y8ataiiiI y T I 1T z THE NEW WAY usedx to male diseases could only be treated after lo examina tions by physi M clans Dread of 1 such treatment kept thousands of modest women Ellent about their suffering of wine of Cardul has now demon strated that ninetenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at alL The simple pure taken In the privacy of a vomans own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure Women need not hesitate how Wine of Cardul re quires no humiliating for its adoption It cures any disease that comes under the head of female falling of the womb whites change of life It makes women beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by keeping them healthy 100 at the drug store For advice In cases requiring special directions address symptoms the Ladles Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn W I ADDISON MD Cary Mist says I use Wine or Cardul extensively In preparation for female troubles WOMEN It Win Jdn examinations troublesdisordered- menses living find itamostexcelLeut r 41 cal4 I The introduction j The exhibition of horses at our coun ty fairs this fall is better than it has been for some years During hot weather when the farm team is at work only 10 or 12 pounds of hay should be given each horse Dont 1111 them up on hay feed them more oats which give him more strength Pigs which are confined in a lot if fed wisely on a varied diet are in no danger from cholera It is safer and cheaper to make pork in this way and the xuality of the product is superior to that of the hog fed on an exclusive corn diet Bone meal and fresh sound meat are as good for hogs as for poultry They eat all manner of meat ravenous ly and their systems seem to require it The bone grinder will pay and the pigs will improve in growth and vigor The time will come when the houses will meet just the de mand with good meat cooked to de stroy all disease gems The enterprising poultryman will not indulge in much guessing He knows at this time just how many pul lets he has how many old liens arc worth keeping over how much room lu must provide and what his pros p cts are Tattler Burns 218 has been bought by J W Jones of Wellsvilie N Y Merriment 213 by Mambrino King is a fouryearold and is the lirst foal of her dam Minnie Chimes by Chimes When giving horses rest give them the full benefit by making their quar ters as comfortable as possible Good mules are selling well through out the state but few are offered Several work mules have recently been sold in Taylor county at from 50 to 90 A Mother Tell How She Saved Little Daughter Life I am the mother of eight children and have had a great deal of with medicines Last summer my little daughter had the dysentery in its worst form We thought she would die I tried everything 1 could think of but nothing seemed to do her any good I saw by an in our paper that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemedy was highly recommended and sent and got i bottle at once It proved to be one of the very best medicines we ever had in the house It saved my little daughters life I am anxious for every mother to know what an excell ent medicine it is Had I know it at first it would have saved me a great deal of anxiety and my little daughter much suffering Yours truly Mis Geo F Burdick Liberty R I For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West FVRCHMC TICKET VIA TNt L UI VILLC NASHVIIU n ft CCUHI The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates almost picking experience advertisement If i rRates Timeudall other IaixstIcn win be cheerfully fiualsked by C P ATUOAI r f I at S S P orb LCIITIUXZ1 It Saves the Children Chamberlains 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 Tile Kentuckians Woe Man born in the wilds of Kentucky is of feud days and easy virtue He tisheth fiddleth fnsheth all the days of his life He shunneth water as a mad and drinketh much whisky When he desireth to raise hell he planteth a neighbor and lo he reap eth twentyfold lIe riseth even from his cradle to seek the scalp of his grandsires enemy and bringeth home in his carcass the ammunition of his neighbors wife cousins uncles fatherinlaw vengeth the deed Yea verily his life is uncertain and he knoweth not the hour he may be jerked hence He goeth forth on a journey half shot and cometh back on a shutter shotHe riseth in the night to let the cat out and it taketh nine doctors three days to pick the buckshot from his personHe forth in joy and gladness and cometh back in scraps and frag ments He calleth his fellow man a liar and getteth himself kiled with scrap iron even to the fourth generation A cyclone bloweth him into the Dosom of his neighbors wife and his neighbors wife and his neighbors wifes husband bloweth him into the bosom of Father Abraham before he hath time to explain lIe emptieth adcmijoin into himself and a shot gun into his enemy and his enemys son lieth in wait on election day and lo the Coroner ploweth up a 40 acre field to bury the remains of that man Woe woe is Kentucky for her eyes are reel with bad whisky and her soil is stained with the blood of dam ajilits Sclah Ex Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural looseness of the bowels It always cures McRoberts drug store For poultry bran is valuable becau e of its nitrogen and carbon it also eon tains mineral matters which chickens need and in which many grains are deficient Therefore in connection with other food let the liens have bran Hudson Bros of Louisville bought last week ten head of mules at 88 to 110 HERBIXE 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 lrice 50cts C C J E Stormes A Feminine Triumph Old Lady No use tnlkiu 1 used to say this higher education of gals folderol but 1 see 1 was wrong Theres my granddarter for instance Shes just a wonder Friend 1 understand she graduated with high honors Old Lady Yes graduated from and she kin do what neither her mother nor me could ever hope to do if our lives depended on it And what is that Old kin tell the time a train is gohi to start by lookin at a railway guide X Y Weekly Piled IMlw Why be bothered with this annoy ing complaint when Banner Salve will cure you 25c 1 C J E Luxury Mike said Plodding Pete deres only one time when 1 de rich Im ashamed of yer weakness I dont blame you Rut when 1 read about dese swells comin all de way from Europe as saloon passengers cant help feelin a pang o jealousy Washington Star Feminine Ameiiltlo She said your taste in dress was execrable The cat Why she borrowed winter hat to wear to her husbands funeral Oh well you know she never really cared for him Cleveland Plain Dealer BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT gives instant relief in cases of Bleed ing Burns Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Walk When Giber Sleep Does your husband walk much dur ing the day V No I think not he does most of his walking at night Is he a policeman Oh no but weve got a yearold baby at the house you know Yonkers Statesman Citing an Exception Weeks Hut whats time use of argu ing the matter One cant get more out of a bottle than he puts in It Weeks Oh I dont know I put a quart of liquor in a bottle once and got a big head and a tendollar fine out of it the next morning Chicago Daily News Am Exchange of Sbotn Mr Wedd spitefully You look as if you had been rubbing your face the inside of a powderfactory Mrs Wedd sweetly malicious Per haps 1 have love but it is smokeless powder and doesnt smell like a bar room Extremes They dont seem to talk as much about quiet weddings as they used to said the young man who was reading the paper No answered Mrs Feathergilt all one hears now is about noisy divorces 1 dog whoa 1 I wm all Vassar FriendIndeed LadyShe I tOl flies envies m Stor- meSt 1 allover udge JV J J lI really I I FROM ALL OVER THE STATE I 11 r LII K Kr PoC OcOC IIIItWo tr Lii THE CONVENTION Judge J W Greene of Owen Crnnty Will lie Made tto Temporary Chair muTlie 1rcjbtblu 1lcUct- LEXIXGTOX Ky Aug 16 The clans were gathering Tuesday night for the t democratic state convention to be held Wednesday at 2 p in Over 300 Tuesday evening and the enthusiasm determination and of antiJocbl clement was a sur prise to both s ide It is about settled that a full ticket will be put in the field and the disposition is to allow John Young Brown to name it in to avoid all friction arising from contests for places The convention will be harmonious and it is expected it will close its work Wednesday night The platform has not yet been finished but it will Bryan and silver making the tight on Ooobol and the methods of the Louisville convention the keynote of the contest Chairman P P Johnston is iil at Buffalo Lithia Springs and be here and some one whom Brown will allowed to select will call the convention to order Judge Wm Pcckner of Winchester and lion Washington llamscy of Newport are spoken of for permanent chairman Coy 1rown arrived Tuesday night and went into conference with leaders night it ws decided that lion Phil B Thompson of HarrodsLurg will call the meeting to order Judge J W Greene of Otven county will be made temporary chairman It was decided to call the convention to order at 1559 instead of 2 p in The following will probably be the ticket Governor John Youuy Brown of Louisville lieutenant governor Maj P P Johnston Lexington at torney general John D Carroll Henry county auditor O Matt Adams Knox county treasurer western Kentucky banker secretary of state Capt Ed Bowling Green JAMES DUNHAM Larse Reward OfTereJ for te Sextuple Murderer AVaiiled In California lie Moved to lie Under Arrest LOUISVILIK Ky Aug 13 The local police are beginning to figure on the 11000 reward outstanding for the ar rest of James the sextuple murderer wanted in California About a week ago a suspect was arrested here and a photograph was sent to tho California authorities Friday th police received the following telegram from Sheriff K J Langsford at San Jose Cal Your suspect has strong to Dunham Hold for further investigatiou Has he scar in the edge of hair over right car The prisoner has the scar indicated WIzen arrested he gave the name of E C Nctherfield and claimed to be from Ohio Another I end la Clay County Loxnox Ky Aug matters now stand in Clay county four feuds are looked for there instead of two now The Uenges and Stapletons of near Bcngstown arc preparing for war One of the Staplotons was killed a few months ago by a Benge and feel ing has been growing until an out break is looked for at any moment On Red Bird creek trouble has been started between the Sizemores nnd Ashcrs and both factions are carrying Winchesters The latter place is 20 and Bengstown 12 miles from Republican Campaign Opening LONDON Ky Aug 10 The will open state campaign at London August 22 All candidates on the state ticket will be here Gen Taylor and John Marshal of candidate for lieutenant will address the meeting The Flood at August AUGUSTA Ky Aug farm ers Friday night lost their entire crops The G W Moneghon Planing Mill Co lost S500 worth of logs by the rush of waters out of Bracken creek which tore loose their boom The Slumbering Food WHITESBUKO Ky Aug feud between the Wrights and and the Bentleys and Reynoldses is slumbering but is expected to break forth again now that the Wrights and Holbrooks under arrest have been re leased under 1000 peace bonds Jfewr Kentucky Post Offices WASHINGTON Aug post office has been established at Snead Todd county Ky with John H Snead Change In Chairman GEORGETOWN Ky Aug 15 At a meeting of a the democratic commit tee Mr John R Palmer resigned his position as chairman Mr B O Gaines was appointed as chairman and also chairman of the campaign com mittee El ill ore In JaiL GREENSBURG Ky Aug Elmore who it is alleged bhot and killed Wesley Durrett near here in February 189Swas brought from Kan sas and lodged in jail without bail Old Grudge Canned a Shooting ToMPKiNSVllTK Ky Aug a picnic near South Bend Cumberland county George Prewitt shot Alonzo Oldham through the abdomen The wound is thought to be fataL An old grudge was the cause Springfield Uorbcl Club SrBiNGFiKMJ Ky Aug 15 Prelim inary steps have ben taken to form a Goebel club A large and very enthu siastic crowd was present A perma nent orgariization will be effected court I j numbers order willnot b At a held late Tuesday Hines Dun tan 10As republicans their Louisville 13Some 13The H lbrooks 13A 15Albert 15At daY de 1 t I d arrived endorse confrcnce resemblance Manchester governor postmaster i awa d I THE WHISKY TRUST It Brings Suit at LouUvlIK Allying Certain Distiller Did Not Fill Their Contract LOUISVILLE Aug Kentucky Distillers and Warehouse company has brought suit in the United States court here against the proprietors of the W B Saffell distillery near Lawrcnceburg the Waterfill Frazer distillery near Tyrone and the D L Moore near Burgin The allegations aiv that the plaintiff company after securing option on these plants was forced to defer payment because of what was considered an attempted gouge on the part of the defendants The suits filed show that the trust was anxious to secure the plants and made several attempts after securing the option to get them at what was considered a just price The largest suit is against W B Lawrcnceburg The price to be paid in case the option was ac cepted was 533000 exclusive of the price of the whisky stored in the dis a special price being that Time price fixed on the plant of D L Moore it is alleged was S0000 and on that of Waterfill Frazer 25000 SHE DARED HIM William Crowe Divdd Into tho hirer Fro the Big Four Bridge at LouUvlllo r Sunday Afternoon LOUISVILLE Ky Aug 15 Because girl dared him William Crowe bor rowed Gertrude Moores bathing suit and at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon dived into the river from the Big Four bride a similar leap from which killed Thomas Heavey just a week ago Crowe who is an athlete of local re nute made the descent of 90 feet sue cessfully and expresses a willingfcss to repeat the performance Gertrude Moore is a fishermans daughter Crowe is a suitor He up to Sunday at least stood second in her favor His bridge jumping feat was the result of bantering bv the girL lluiilroit Cattle LEXINGTON Aug 15 Messrs Feltz ner it Son of Chicago western agents lor Schwartz Childs Schultzbergcr Co of Xew York purchased of C Alex ander of Paris Ky 500 beef cattle for export They will be shipped to in November for the London Christmas market The price is Sitter of Senator Vext Dead OwENsuono Ky Aug 12 Mrs S Triplett and mother of Hon George V Triplott prominent as a newspaper man died here or a complication of diseases following an attack of several months ago She was a of lion George G Vest United States senator from Missouri MInorS strike MiPDLEsnoro Ky Aug 10 The West Pineville miners struck Monday demanding 12 jccnts increase The North Jellico miners have compromised with the operators and go to work in the morning The operators of the Middicsboro district have a meeting Tuesday night It is believed that an amicable settlement will be reached Many KrZdgrs Washed AWAY VANCEBURO Ky Aug 13 The heaviest electrical storm ever in this section visited ths place Thursday night accompanied by a cloudburst Streets overflowed with water several feet deep Bridges were washed away throughout the county Great damage to crops Albert Icons Attempt Suicide LEXINGTON Ky Aug 13 Albert Isom formerly a jockey and brother of Bob Ibom the famous rider shot himself in a pawnbrokers shop here Friday night in an attempt to suicide lIe will not die The Iom boys rode for Col Jack Chinn when Lissack and other great ones were in their prime IoXHuueiV Annual Sleet LEXINGTON Ky Aug 12 The exec utive committee of the National Fox Hunters association met here day afternoon and selected November 15 as the time for beginning the next annual meet and Estill Springs Kyt as the place Veil Into the lllver and Drowned PADUCAU Ky Aug 12 Lena Hod ger colored aged 10 years fell off the steamer Golconda and was She washed her face in a basin which was near an open gate and while feeling for a towel with closed fell overboard Simon Went to MiDmESBORo Ky Aug 10 The Fork Ridge Co agreed to give its men the advance that was the miners went to work Monday The other companies have yet taken no action Snes a Kenucky County FRANKFORT Ky Aug 1C Talton Embry of Cincinnati filed suit in the federal court here Monday against Estill county to enforce collection of interest on bonds issued by that coun ty asa subsidy to the R N L B PADUCAII Aug J R announces that the Sunday Leader will be made a daily afternoon paper next Tuesday to support Goebel and the democratic ticket Attorney at Law ThmaC 12The district Saffellof tiller placedon a Bought Five England private Louisa Vest Triplett of Capt It paralysis sister witnessed Thurs orb demandedand for ladaoai 13Mr Lemon JSHASELDEN Je wife drowned hes eyes t railroad ew Daily Ijancaster1Ky IN A SOUTHERN VILLAGE Gentleman who has engaged aged colored hackman to drive him from the station to the uncle whats your name Driver My name sah Is George WashingtonGentleman George Washington that name seems familiar Driver Well fo de i iwds sake I should think it ought to here 1 been drivin to this station fo bout 20 years sah Harlem Life Improvident Please mum will ye give me some thin to eat Why youre the same tramp I gave a pie to only last week Yes mum Ye see I happened to meet a couple o dozen Incas o mine an went an invited cm to a banquet an we eat your pie all up I never did have no foresight mum N Y World DIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety per cent of all sickness is caused b food not properly digested it creates and goes your blood and then you are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to Use Dr Carlstedts German Powder and watch the results You will feel the good effects after taking one dose Give it a trial and be convinced Price 25c Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Cures 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