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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 17, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899081701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 17, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. M. 'r s4, - iMfc TElfTH-YEAB- . pi Circus Saturday. ' Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Kv., as Second Class Matter.'. ' 17, jnOfBJSRSO LOUIS LAND RAM, Publisher. & Barrel salt sons. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST Old Fashioned fair at Danville. Big court begins Monday. Harness away down for 3Qvjfays. W. J. JjOilANS. Joseph's clearance sale is drawing big crowds? I 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Will Broaddus was up from Lakeland this week. He says Casli Pumph-re- y and Johnnie Johnson, who also hold positions there, are in good health and getting along nicely. Jolly Joe Walters and his Conn cor- The big circus will hi here Saturday. Masoniclodge Tuesday night. There will be work in F. C. degree. Spring chickens or sale, 9 and 10c Dr. B. F. Walters will be out of per pound, caslfjprrflrorthctt. town until the 25th. Owen Shugars isspanding the week The Danville fair will be the biggest thing on wheels. Aug. 30, 31 and at Cumberland Falls. Sept. 1. MisiMattieElkin isat Crab Orch ard Springs for a few weeks. Faulconer & Gaines have the nicest assortment of candies ever brought to Mr. Edgar Price, of Knoxville. was a visitor In this city Sunday. Lancaster. Miss Julia Mae Gaines left Monday More dwellings are badly needed in to visit friends In Atlanta, Ga. Lancaster. A good house at reasonMrs. R. E. McRoberts and children, able rent isat ways in demand. have gone to Dripping Springs. Ladies and Chi Wrens Slippers and Mr. Fox, of Eton, Ohio, is the guest Summer dress goods at cost. R. L. of his sister, Mrs. Jacob Joseph. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick Ky. jf Mrs. Williams, of Campbellsville, is Dr. Herring has had a tine concrete visiting her son, W. I. Williams. walk laid from his residence to his Mrs. front gate. It is one of the prettiest Mrs. R.Lizzie Rice has been visiting II. Eatson for a few days. in town. Mr. J. S. Bowman, of Lewis county, Danville and Stanford people have has been Miss Lula Anderson's guest. the names confused. It's the "Black Miss Lillie Noel has returned from Diamond" road they see in their a few days sojourn atDrippingSprings. dreams, not the Southern. Mrs. Fuller, of Orlando, Florida, has Casey Owsley Sick been visiting her friend, Mrs. J. Mas Casey Owsley, a lawyer, of Lexingsee. ton, who was reported so ill. is some J udge Mathew Dawson Hughes is in better, and will as soon as able leave for North Carolina, to spend the win- Jackson, Ky., organizing Maccabee ter, accompanied by his brother, Will lodge. Owsley who also goes for his health. Mr. Frank Bacon, of Louisville, visited Messers Richard and Lyman G. S. Gaines is agent for Superior Ryan Sun day. Kentucky and Haworths Drills the Miss Annie Austin has returned best known in Kentucky. This place is head quarters for airlands farming from several weeks visit to Dripping impliments, specialties, iBF '. Avery's Springs. Disc Sulky plow, and the Chattanagua Little Miss Nell Wearren. of Stan walking plow. ford, is visiting heraunt, Miss Jennie Duncan. No ISolter. Curt Robinson received a Misses Bessie and Jennie Bumside package of printed matter by mail attended the Elk's Fair at Lexington calling a meeting of those opposed to last week. the Gobel convention. Mr. R., who Miss Amy Davidson has returned is a true blue democrat, mailed the from a visit to Miss Bessie Turley, of stuff back to the sender and wrote him Richmond. a letter saying he was no bolter and Mrs. Bettie Landram has returned took no stock in such doings. from several months visit to the Have Your Roof Painted. mountains. Mr. W. A. McCreery, a painter of Misses Mary Traylor and Mamie Hi-a- tt many years experience, has located in were the guests of Mrs. W. M. Lancaster and is doing good work. He last week. makes a specialty of line inside and Squire and Mrs. W. II. Kinnaird visoutside work. He makes a roofing paint, which he guarantee's for eight ited Mrs. Donald McDonald, in Danyears, and which is giving great satis ville, yesterday. faction. See J as. Dillon for particMesdames T. M. Foster, of Stanford ulars, tf and Harris, of Missouri, are guests at Mr. T. Currey's. Chelf Surveyor Here Mr. E. C. Gaines attended the party Mr. E. B. Respess, the clever civil engineer of the Southern railway, was given by Miss Annie Johnson, at Husin town Sunday. They are camped ton ville last night. now in Pulaski county, the line runMiss Mamie Elliott, of Mayfield, is ning across a corner thereof. He re- being entertained by Miss Annie Loyd ports all the boys in good health and Herring this week. says Claude Wherritt, who is now a Mrs. II. A. Price has returned from member, is making one of the best a visit to her daughter, Mrs. S. P. men in the crowd. Grant, of Danville. Joe In Houaliilu. Miss Nell Hackney, of London, is A letter from Joe Gaines to his the guest of her sister, Mrs. Richard mother in tiiis city, gives an interest- Ward, on Stanford St. ing description of his trip to nonolula Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hemphill and J. and the customs of the people there. Joe is in the Gth Infantry. He is now W. Elmore will return from French in Manilla harbor within two miles Lick springs Saturday. of the destroyed Spanish fleet. He Mrs. Chas. Denman, of Nicholas-villdoes not know how long he will be has been visiting her parents, there. His letter is quite interesting Mr. and Mrs. Alex West. and we wish we had the space to re Mrs. Walker and Miss Lena Rigney, produce it. left Friday for Augusta, Ky., where they will visit Mrs. Ginger. Quite a Curiosity. Capt. W. C. McFarland, who was Miss Virgie Worrell, a handsome recently retired from the lfith In- - young lady, of Lebanon, O., is visiting is here visiting the family of her parents, near fantry, Flatwood. Judge Bumside, and his brother-in- Miss Ada Williams, of Thibodaux, law, the editor of The Recoud. He brought with him one of the new La., is the charming guest of Miss Mauser pistols. The weapon is shap Susie Sandidge, near Buckeye. ed very much like the Colts, but is far Mrs. Dobyns, of Danville, accompandifferent in mechanism. The car ied by her son, Mr. Richard Dobyns, dum-dutridges carry the bullets and Yisited relatives here last week. come six made together. It has a de Mrs. William Romans and daughtachable stock, which is hollowed out and serves as a scabbard. It is an in- ter, Irene, left Monday to be the teresting weapon, and the first of the guests of relatives at Lexington. kind brought here. Capt. McFarland Mrs. Smith Powell and daughter, Miss exhibited the pistol at the Lexington Mattie, of Hustonville, are visiting fair last week. Mr. J. C. Thompson and family. Dr. Simpson Elkin was called from Kissing Bus's Victim. Until Tuesday last, Ernest Brown Atlanta, Ga. last week to see Mrs. had regarded the reported presence of Robert Elkin, who is improving. the kissing bug in this country as a Miss Nelle Johnson has returned sort of tin de siecle joke. He has home after a month's stay in Cincinchanged his mjnd. On the day men nati with her friend, Miss Sue Layton. tioned, about 10 o'clock, one of the inMisses Inona and Mollie Douglas sects flew into Logan's dry goods store, where Brown is a clerk, circled once or have returned from Versailles and twice about his head, and before he will take rooms with Mrs. Cunningham. could strike it down stung him on the Miss Frankye Dcty has returned end of his nose, jnstantly making a home from Richmond, where she has swift exit through the door. Uttering been visiting friends for several days. a terrible yell, Brown rushed out upon the sidewalk, where he continued to Mrs. J. R. Hill has returned from beat the air in the most dramatic Middlteborough. She has been ill for manner, thinking the bug was still quite a while, but is somewhat imin hot pursuit. He was greatly excit- proved. ed. He could scarcely be convinced Mr. U. S. Traylor md wife, W. T. that the insect was concealed some- Stone and wife, C. L. Stone and wife, where on his person, but upon being of Stanford, were visiting W. M. conducted to a drug store and given a and family Tuesday. powerful opiate his excitement was Misses Anna Gover, of THrnersVille, somewhat allayed. A single drop of Florence-Harris- , of this city, aad Mr. blood oozed from the punctured spot. Joh Ray, xf Richmond, visited the Mr. Brown describes the bug as havfamily of Dr. Ray, at Buckeye Sunday. ing a long, yellow body, red eyes and a bill as keen as a cambric needle. The The following young ladles are guests pain has subsided, but his nasal organ of Mrjs. J. I, Hamilton: Misses Margais still so distorted that he has the ap- ret Wood and Nan Denton James, of pearance of being a bantam weight de Lexington and Miss Brace Wearen, of Bergerac . . Stanford, ff Za-noe, Za-no". fcANQASTER AND VICINITy. at X, Gaines?"""'" Thomp- Write to II. C. Bright, secretary Goods arc going atA rapid rate in Danville Fair, for catalogue. Joseph's big clearanc saje. Try Faulconer & Gaines witli your Four new catcs of clocks at Summer turnip seed in bulk Faulconer & Gaines'. at Dove shooting is only fairly good. Thci birds are scarce and very wild. Remember the dates of the old- fashioned fair at Danville, Aug. 30, 31, and Sept. 1. mense fall stock, Jojseph is selling goods at any old pric. In order to make roam for the im The small boy with the necessary cash is happy. Saturday is show day and lie will be in his glory. Mechanics are getting all the work do. Carpenters, plasterers, painters and laborers arc in demand. they can brick-layer- s, 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 country fair to be held at Danville Aug. 30, 31, and Sept. 1. Rowland Depot Bunted. Lightning set lire to the depot at Rowland Sunday and destroyed it completely. The building was a new and handsome one. Storeroom For lteut. Will rent room I now occupV and give possession at once. Stock of goods now low and will be sold as aw4joIe at a great bargain. J. W. SwiUjxey. l'or Sale or Itent. The property (store and residence combined) of Dr. Thomas B. "Nichols, at Taint Lick, Ky. For terms, Gill on or address W. I. Williams, attorney, 3t. Lancaster, Ky. Bis Improvement. The trustees are figuring on making a handsome stone entrance to the Cemetery, and plans are being drawn by Architects Ryan. The Recoud congratulates the trustees on this move, as it is an improvement sadly needed. Eld. (iowcu Can't Come. Eld. Geo. Gowen writes The Recoud 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 nest Sunday. Property Sold. Conn, of Cartersville, has bought of J. Hunt McMurtry his property on Stanford street, possession to be given Jan. 1. Mr. Conn is a splendid citizen and The Record welcomes him. He's a husller-jus- t what we J. B. want. Died at Searcy, Ark. A telegram w:is received Saturday from Searcy, Arkansas, announcing the death of Mrs. Ike D. Currant. Mr. Currant and family moved from here a'bout 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. Tlie Way It f.oet. 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, twenty seven were mama's darlings and the rest were raised by their grandmothers. Hartlord Herald. No Ada. 1b P. O. The postmaster general has issued an order which will greatly interfere witli the cheap-hasadvertiser, who sticks written notices in the Here is the law: "Postmasters are strictly forbidden to place or permit to be placed upon the wall, or otherwise, for publicexhibition within postotlice lobby thereto or any portion of the postotlice premises, business h s. cards, circulars, placards, advertisements of private business." hand-bilfs- Dunlap la Alaska. Mrs. B. F. Walter has received a message from her son, W. O. Dunlap, who is now with the regulars in Alaska. It is written on three postal cards, he having no stamps at hand. It is very interesting, as Will certainly knows how to write that kind. He says' the sun rises at 1:30 a. m., and sets at 11:30 p. m. He is nowf on his way up the Yukon, where a garrison will be established. The place is full of esquirno Indians and the articles they liave for sale are something wonderful. Gold, in rough nuggets, passes on the streets as currency, the people having scales and weigh it at rate of $16.50 an ounce. Nothing less than 50c will buy anything. He sends his love to all inquiring friends. He is in Co. E. 7th Inf ty. am standing a nice Jersey Bull at R. L. Elkin. m25tf produce, they will sell you goods very $1.00 cash. Lot of Hammocks at cost to close cheap. The ladies crowd Joseph's store daiout. J. C. TnbxsoN. Please remember that obituaries are ly. The big cMn ance sale is affording Everybody is going to the big Dan five cents a line. Poetry, fifty cents great bargains per line. ville fair Aug. 30, 31, and Sept. 1. Fukino's troupe of royal Japanese, Concrete walks are all the rage now, five in number, are a feature of Cooper Look out for the big circus parade have been put & Co's big shows Saturday next. and about twenty-liv- e next Saturday morning. down about town. YVaujt.'d. Many thunder storms have visited nens 5Jc. per pound. Trade at our store and get first class this section during the last ten days. Iyv. NORTIICQTT. Much lightning accompanied them. Jennings & Co.Paint Lick Ky. We have to Aiakc room forfait, goods You have two mohthsio wear Slipand will sell aj great, many goods at Calves for Sale. pers, lluy them ky&sl, of R. L. Durham bulls, 9 cost, and someat lefls than cost. R. Two Short-Hor- n Jennings & Co. Mint Lick Ky. and 10 months old. Geo. W. Evans, L. Jennings &J3t. Paine Lick Ky .Notice. Lancaster, Ky. tf. Wauti-d-. Mr. E. W. Harris will wait on my Iron and boncsV Farmers bring in Since Lancaster has taken the turn customers during my absence. for improvements, there is work for old machinery, goocTpilce paid, M. D. IIugiies. II.Nb. Nouthcott. everyone who wants it. There is abso tf The feeling for water works grows lutely no excuse to lounge about town A jeweler tells us lie sells many stronger every day, and by election now. alarm clocks since the night trains day the people will be unanimously in were put on. The travel is exceed No Sale ITIadc. favor of the plant. The Dr. Reid farm of 3S0 acres at ingly good on these trains. The L. & N. lias built a fine side old Paint Lick, offered.at public sale Uiiildlns Lot. walk from Leavell's planing mill hist Thursday by Dr. W. I. Letcher, across its land where the old passen was withdrawn at $.).' per acre. If you want to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres ger depot stood. T. Cukkey, Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan- cheap. New Barber. ville Steam laundry. Work shipped Joe Niklass, the new barber. Shop and received daily. Shirt waists a In order to cut jny large stock of N. E. corner Public Square. All work specialty. Office and' at Batsons Dry goods Buggies, Pheatons bigVutRoad Wagons done in the latest style. Give me a store. in prices for tf. down, will give a trial. tf tbe next thirty days v. J. Romans. The grand jury convenes Monday. Don't Read Thin'. If they will make It hot for the pistol House fur lteut. After August 1st we will have for shooters they will win a warm spot in For year 1!)00, good house, sale the best coal in any quanity at tiie hearts of us unfortunates who live witli good cellar, cistern and stable. the lowest price. It will pay you to close to the Public Square. Near Public Square in Lancaster. see us before buying. Olliceand yard property suitab'e for boarding opposite the Granary. W. B. Moss & Ta.ws Due. house. Apply to John M. Orand. 3t. &Co. tf. Town taxes are now due, and prop erty owners should come forward at StylUh Cut. Supper at Hubble. Jim Hamilton had all his hair clipladies of the Hubble Christian once and settle. This lias to be done The church will serve a supper in the and those putting it off too long will ped except a small "foretop" which remains about three inches long, more school house at that place tomorrow, be put to extra expense E. M. Walkeu, Collector. or less. He says when he goes home Friday, night, the 18th. Everything he sings "Where she leads, I will fol good to eat will be furnished. Only Excursion to the North. low." 25 cents admission. Ttic L & N will sell round trip tickTeachers Examination. ets from Lancaster to Benton Harbor l'lcatte ltcport. Examination for white teachers will Subscribers who fail to receive The and the Fruit Belt of Michigan, next Rfcokd will confer a great favor by Sunday, the 20th, at $8.1)0 for the be held in the superintendent's office reporting the fact to us. The papers round trip. Tickets good returning, Friday and Saturday, August 18 and are properly tabled and placed in the ten days. Ask agents for particulars. IS). Colored teachers will'be examined Friday and Saturday Aug.-2and 20. mail, and if you do not receive vour Death at llarrorihburg. copy, Uncle Sam will be asked to look More Honor). For Voting. Lancaster relatives received a tel into the matter. Many Lancaster friends are glad to egram from Harrodsburg Monday an llaan't Sold. nouncing the death of Mrs. I. C. (Bud.) know that Lieut. Lucien Young has A report that G S Gaines had sold James. The funeral was held in that been appointed by Gen. Brook as Com his grocery store has hot been sub city Tuesday. Mr. James has many mander of the Port at Havana. Lieut. stantiated. He made a price to some friends and acquaintances here who Young did gallant service in the late war and his promotion is certainly de parties, but it is not probable he will extend sympathy. served. be taken up. Mr Gaines has one of Full and Winter Suits. the largest stores in Central KenMrs. D. M. received a I have just received Wanamakcr and gram Sunday Lackey announcing tele tucky and enjoys a splendid trade. night the Brown's absolutely samples, Mrs. Kate Cheap Hutth. fresh and attractive, with a guarantee deatli of her (V hustling iirm lias supplied many on material, workmanship and lit. Goodloe DeVaicourt, of spinal She and niece, Miss Katli-rin- e merchants witli letter and bill heads With 10 years experience they defy DeV. Craig, had been at White with the merchant's name printed in competition in quality and prices. small letters and .the linn spreading I also handle the goods from the Sulphur Springs, at which place she s over of the sheet. Tiiis great Western Tailoring company, of died, since July 1st. Her remains cheap-- h a.sh .suits .same people pretty Chicago, which is up to date in style were taken to her home by tier two well. and down to date in prices. Suits surviving sons, Bruns and A. Goodloe made by the best tailors, cut to your DeVaicourt, for burial. Hey, ltiibc! measure, sewed throughout with the Will K a Candidate Mr II E Walker, representing Coopbest standard silk, at $i) to $30. Com,-par-e Lewis L. Walker, when asked if he g er & Co's monster goods and prices before buying. would be a candidate for the republi circus, which shows here Saturcan nomination for legislature,said lie day, created nrjch amusement and No tit no pay. M. D. Hughes, Agt. laughter on the streets yesterday af- Quarantine Withdrawn at Old Point had been solicited to make the race by a great many leading republicans and ternoon. Dressed as a "Rube" he Comfort. walked about town taking in the The quarantine existing at Norfolk he bad about made up his mind to do sights and soon had a crowd following and Old Point Comfort on account of so. Mr. Walker has done good work him. At night he entertained a crowd yellow fever having been withdrawn, for his party and will poll its full vote. with funny songs and sayings. He is this to notify all concerned that the He is thoroughly competent to fill the and posted by far the best rube we ever "seed." Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has re- office, being Personally, he is a polished, educated sumed sale of tickets to Oid Point on questions of the dav. gentleman, and a line conversation- Comfort and all points affected by the Compliment. alist. quarantine. The Excur Richmond Climax Rev. H. N. sions to Old Point Comfort on the sec Faulconer, of Lancaster, the eloquent Odd Fellow Revive. The Lancaster lodge of Odd Fellows ond and fourth Tuesdays will also be young Presbyterian Evangelist, con awoke from its Rip VanW'nkle nap resumed commencing with the second ducted services at the Second church Tuesday night and started out with Tuesday in September. Round trip on Sunday morning, and in the even llattering prospects for a boom. The tickets will be $15.00, limited to 21 ing preached a beautiful sermon at Stanford degree team, said to be the days. For full information write, the Union Services. Those who have Geo. W. Bakney, best in the state, came over and seven heard this consecrated and gifted Div. Pass,r. Agt., Lexington, Ky. young minister express great delight candidates were initiated. They were with his sermons and with him person Jake Joseph, Joe Haselden, G. B. Local Politic. ally. He is attractive both in and out Swinebroad, J. A Beazley.Dr. Wesley, The local political pot has not warm of the pulpit and will be cordially welJim Hamilton, Wm Ward, Ed Bishop. This lodge owns a handsome hall and ed up enough to sing yet, and it come upon every visit to our city. has several thousand dollars in its till. looks like matters in that line are ex What Shall We Do) The work done by the Stanford team ceedingly lukewarm. A number of Mr. Goebel's most ardent supporters At every town one visits he finds was said to be arc doing considerably talk, but the the railway waiting room filled by Narrow Escape. and republicans are loafing negroes. Right here at home Cries of "Help! Help!!" awakened taking little interest in the race. The they almost take the depot at night citizens living near the Square early move to hold another democratic con train times, while at Winchester, Friday morning. Many rushed up vention at Lexington was not heeded Stanford and several other points we town in their night clothes to ascer-ta- in this county, and if any are opposed have visited recently, it is simply awthe trouble, and soon found a man to the Kenton man they have decided ful. They crowd white ladies out struggling in one of the deep mud to go about their business and take completely, and at Winchester the holes which abound on the Public their revenge at the polls. We sup- other night six ladies were compelled Square. He was thrown a long rope pose the republicans are satisfied to cross the track and sit on the freight and rescued. The poor fellow had with their nominee, as we have heard depot platform, in the cold night air come in on the 2:52 train and got along no talk about the ticket at all. In for nearly two hours. At Stanford very nicely until leaving the row of the legislative race, the democrats Monday night the writer met two lagasoline lamps which stop at the work have talked of quite a number of dy relatives and they were compelled house. The streets.from that point good men, but no one has any idea to sit on a baggage truck in front of are as dark as a stack) of black cats. who the nominee will-be- . The repub- the depot for an hour, while the only If there are to be no lights on the licans will nominate Lewis L. Walker waiting room open was crowded with Public Square all night, rait fences for this office, and it is not believed coons. We are the neshould be erected around tbe mud he will have opposition for the nom- gro's friend as long as ho stays in his holes thereon. Some night some one ination. As stated above, the pot has place but when they come to force will drive into one of them and, horse not commenced to boil, and, so far, themselves with white people, its time buggy and driver will be droomed. A there is very little interest manifested. to call a halt. The rail road authorfellow would rather risk the mud holes There's always a calm before a storm, ities were notified of the Winchester than take chances of running over de- however, and we may yet get into one occurrence, and the gobbliris will get livery carts, cutting harrows, boxes, of tbe hottest elections ever held in someone else if passengers are not ' "etc, which line the sidewalks. Garrard. Let us hope otherwise. given protection. Don't Joseph' riTss the big clearance sale at I net furnished music for the Odd Fellows' goat Tuesday night. Joe belongs to all the.secret orders except toll gate raiders and Misses Marie Joseph, Com Ward,. Elsie Palmer, Elviree Bumside and Annie Perkins form a pretty house party with Miss Willie Bile Bumside, at the latter's grandfather's Mr. T. M. Johnston. The Rev. B. A. Dawes and family,, of Louisville, who have been visiting Mrs. Lucy Sutton, returned home yesterday. Dr. Dawes luis charge of a. prosperous Baptist church in the Highlands, of that city. Mrs. Jas. Duddcrar is giving a house party this week in honor of Miss Bessie Yantis, to the following pretty little ladies: Misses Lillie V. West, Allie Yantis, Burney Giyton Lear, Sue Anna Lear and Bessie May Lear. Mr. John Shea has returned from Louisville and Dripping Springs much improved in health and ready for business in his tailor shop. He is one of ttie best tailors in the state, as well as: one of the cleverest gentlemen one ever meets. the beautiful and attractive Miss Edna Ramsey, of Monticello, blonde-wh- ten-roo- has been visiting Mrs. M. Belle Burnside, has gone to Stanford to visit Mrs. Dr. Cook. Miss Ramsey i very handsome, and besides this, is a. musician of some merit, having a term at the Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati and came bv Lan caster to see her former friend and teacher. jl half-siste- r, men-ingeti- s. four-fifth- one-rin- tip-to- loud-smelli- nave all along been in possession of :i little "inside" information which we were not at liberty to divulge, but anyone could read between the lines anu see that our statements were not air castles. Some of our people are some-whinclined to be donl.tin.- Thomases, but they should not be so hasty to jump at conclusions. Now, nereare a rew facts we will state which go to show that Garrard is "t,bi people" in the case. In the first place, tne bouthern Railroad Co.. calcnl.-itw- i that this road would cost $25,000. per mue. Mr. Kespess' survey and pro-tishow that the lino so far as surviv ed, (which is nineteen miles beyond Brodhead) will not average $15,000 per mile. In the next nlace. he was limited to one per cent, in grade and curvature. His profile shows that at no point so far does the curvature or graue get. as nign as ins limit. Now that he ts into the only "stretch" that will take him into Jellico, does it look J reasonable to believe that the com pany will go to the enormous expense, and delay in time to run another line, which is ten chances to one will not come within the limit of curvat. urn and grade? Nay, nay. Pauline. Tho Southern has here just what she wants viz: a one per cent road, exactly half way between the L. & N. and Cincin nati Southern most all the way. W e make the above statements be cause they come from an indisputable source, and for the further reason that some may think the road a myth. iNow, there is but one thing left for us to do. It is for the people to get together and secure the right of wav through this county. The road will not be built through Garrard unless she gives the right of way. Nearly every land owner seen has been very reasonable in his demands, and we be lieve all will wheel into line. But the thing to do now is to get the matter in black and white. There is not a person in Garrard county that will not be benefitted by this road, and ail will see it this way if they will only stop and study the case. The farmer will be given two shipping routes to Cin cinnati and Louisville, and, greatest of all, it will open a route for him to ship his grain and other products to tne boutuern market, which will, ere long, far surpass the north. Th is road runs through the finest coal and timber in Kentucky, and, being on a direct line, will it not give you better rates than you could possibly get other wise? By giving you better rates to market, and furnishing you coal and lumber cheaper, is not that a benefit to you? This Is a serious matter and one of vital importance to every resident of the county. We will have to uauu uruunu me nat" to pay for this right of way, but, dear reader, what. you contribute will return to you ten- ioid. we know of almost enough money already promised to pay for the entire right.of way, provided some fellow does mot waat to googe his 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 failing to put up the right of way, and in this we are. confident they re on a cold trail. le The llullroad. The Recoud hassomulod a little in its reports regarding the new railroad, but w are now more confident than ever that Garrard county will get the prize. We We admit REDiGED PRICES PRC THE HASELDEN (Patented Feb. FILTER. CENTRAL- RWOUKD - THREE BALLOON ASCENSIOMS. 28, 1899.) XYX&Y WEEK BY Will be Attraction at the Danville Fair Aug. 30, 31, and Sept. 1. DANVILLE FAIH. AUG. 30, 31, Sept 1. Old-Fas- PRICES PRIDE'S Cleanses LOUIS LA.NVRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. TEBM8 i Six Months. ( ( lSii )SSUS!ED prkMY One Year, in advance " " Thbxx ' si.00 SO .25 I THURSDAY August, 17 - I89q i 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 Now J. R. m IN EVERY DETft.L. Separates trash from the water before the wuter Is filtered. Wiiter filters umvard through selve. pre ventiugtiash from being mixed with filtering materiul. Bird nests, leaves, trash etc., eitu-npossibly enter filtering material, as it is cnuglit In the bottom of filter before water is filtered. wntMi sRrewcnD is removed, it allows filter to dry out thoroughly. There is no chance for bugs or any kind of insects to accumulate as it does iu other filters from damnuess. HASELDJJJ1N, Lancaster, Ky. Mormon preachers have been ceiving rough treatment in some parts We cannot see why of Kentucky. they should be molested. No one has to balieve their teachings. If til people want to do a good tuin 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 devilment. 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 them and watch a few little rusty dollars like a cat watching a rat hole. Its this class of snakes who hurt Christianity, and not Mormon elders. These money lovers would never attend church if the law did not compel them to close up on Sunday. 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 noseh; remember there will be 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. The New Danville Fair Association has closed negotiations with the cel ebrated arenaut, Professor "VV. 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 attractions as these coma high, but the as sociation is determined to have the best. It 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 $2,000. Send to Henry C. Bright; the Secretary, for a catalogue. . hi oned , Kentucky j Exhibition. $2,000. in Premiums. Grand Military Band. Mule Race. Two Big Cake Walks. RoadsterMaddlePremiums$15to$110 For catalogue send to H. C. BRIGHT, Secty. Danville. 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 cure them TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT is an infallible cure. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes 75cts. C. C. & J E. Stormes. Good Show Coming1. 19th AUGUST 19th. LANCASTER, SATURDAY Afternoon and night, Sain or Shine. The PAINT LICK. Don't forget tolcall for tickets on Silverware Cooper Go's United or You Will Miss Some at R. LJenxings & Co. GREAT BARGAINS ll DB1T GOODS, Bcazley & Bangliman Funeral Directors. Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty. Full' Line of 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 bought aflTce black mare frotiu-S. Fish, price private. A nice line of CanHiesyOigars, and Tobacco at R. L. Jexkings & Co, Protracted meeting 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, 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 Mr Sam the fair at Lexington Campbell and sister, Miss Hallie, hav 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 score of 0 to 12. Corn Is selling at two dollars per barrel delivered. Wheat at GOc. 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 12, 25, 35, 0, and 75c, all ilo at 10c per. yd. R. L. Jennings & Co, Paint Lick has the "hustlingest" merchants 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. '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 Geo. C. Hickock, Curtiss, Wis. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. W. Clothing1, Furnishing1 Goods, Boots L and Shoes. Furniture and Carpets. Jno.T.Hays, J.I.IIamilton. J.E.Robinson Admiral Dewey's salary amounts to $37,60 a day, President McKinley's is equal to $131 a day, cabinet officers, the Vice President and the speaker of the house get $22,22 a day, Senators and Congressmen $13,!)0 and the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, $20 a day. A country newspaper man does ten times as much work as either of the foregoing, and gets two dollars a year and his washing. Tiie Guthrie Graphic gives this Japanese, 5 in number. 5 Great Clowns. Den of performing lions. Prof. Oatmans school of educated Horses, Ponies and Mules. Mile j4t The Largest One Ring Show on Earth. 40 American and Europ. an Artists, 40. Fukinos troup of Royal Lite. Lulas talking horse, "Tapsy". wonderful Parade 11:30. Hays, Hamilton & RoMnson, Attorneys and Gounselers at LANCASTER, KY. Great Closing Q) x j timely and wise advice: Be for Goebel, be for Taylor, be for Brown or be for any one that suits you, but remember La w 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. ( Admission, all persons over 9 years of age 25c. All children under 9 years of age 15c. m m f ? h Out Sale! ') ) Gov. Bradley refused to honor papers signed by Treasurer Long's son, the latter tilling his fathers shoes while he was running about the state They can say dabbling in politics what they please about Gov. Bradley, but no one can say he is not faithful His calling down as an executive. treasurer meets the of the approval of all lovers of good govern ment. run-abo- SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW ' L. Ladies, Misses e Childrens 1 i Shoes i m 1 While addressing an immense BUCKEYE, throng at Mayiield, Mr. Goebel was overcome by heat and fell in a faint. Born, to tho wife of Robert Long, He was soon revived and proceeded (nee Miss Flora Ray,) a son. his address, Mr, Goobcl is a with Rev. Adkins, of Boyle, tilled pastor speaker that gets greatly enthused Saturday and while addressing an audience and Pike's appointment here Bris-c- o great beadsof perspiration roll oil him, Sunday and was accompanied by Harmon. If the vagrant law were strictly en- There is a great deal of sickness forced, many a "leading" politician imong thechildren of this community. would be transferred from the raging A son of William Leoeker, died of 25, 50, 75, stump to the calm and collected rock- - consumption. Burial at Buckeye cem A lot of Misses and Children's Slippers p'le. etery. and $1.00, worth double the price we are asking for Miss Altha Miller, of Owensboro, is Theue are said to be nine hundred with Miss Maggie Saddler Misses drinking places in Louisville. Blacks them. Nice line of Ladies Stylish Oxfords Florence Harris, of Lancaster and editors down there talk Lizzie Dover, of Stanford, accompawonder the nothing but politics. we and Tans, price from $1.00 to $3.50, nied by J. L. Ray, of Richmond, were guests of Miss SallieB Ray Sunday These 50, 75, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2 00. TnE "raging stump" has spoiled Mrs StClair and Miss Ella Williams, close many a good plow hand. of New Orleans, are spending the sum are rare "bargains, and you should have a pair. mer with Misses Maggie and Susie McUREARY. Misses Pearl Ross, Bettie Sandidge Henry, Annie Austin and Mr. Robert patterns we make up your Meas25 Born, to the wife of Dr. J. A. Anion Henry, of your city, attended church Miss Bessie Vanars- a big boy, Willie Rice. here Sunday cost. ure less Miss Lillie Warner is spending the dall, of Louisville, has been visiting Mr and Mrs MlKe week with friends and relatives in relatives here Stanford.... Mr. and Mrs. Davis Sut- Kennedy, Booth Sutton, and Miss Sa cost. A few Crash Suits Straw and Crash Hats ton, was wioh the latters sister at die Aldridge. of Marksbury, visitea Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Ebb Dickenson, Sunday. Kirksville last week $2.50, $3.00. , we $2.00, close out left .Mr and Mrs Alec Miles, of Jessa- Sam Brown and little daughters Ruth visiting their uncle, Mr. samine, stopped over night here, enof Illinois is ,( Simpson route to the mountains last wees, , . . J Miss Irene A. T. Hardin Mr W. Ramsey and Master Newman is ntrfindinsr school at Wilmore Orchard, made a bus Ollie Hendren, of Kiikivllle, was the Holman, of Crab auest of H, L. Warner the hrst of the iness trip here last week. week..,, Miss Josaphene Stephens, of No night to VgUcess. Livingston, accompanied by Mr. Jim The woman who is lovely In face, Misses fnrm nnd temDer will always have Tucker, were the guests of the TTardins Saturday. . . .Mr. T. A. Royse friends, but one who would be attract has gone to Colnmbia, Metcalf Co, to Iva must keeD her health. If she is attend the fair. weak, sickly and all run down, she well as in will be nervous and irritable. If she During the civil war, as constipation or kidney trouble, her JOHN T. JOHNBTON W. McC JOHNSTON, nur late war with Spain, diarrhoea was has cause pimples EDUCATION most troublesome diseases impure blood will one of the eruptions and a wreteni JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON army had to contend with. In blotches, skin to the youn jg absolutely neccEsnry the complexion. Electric Bitters Is the man or young woman who would wlu mimv instances It became chronic ed success m life. This being conceded suffer from it. best medicine in the yrorW to regulate Civil. Engineers and Snrreyon, nd the old soldiers still vr David Tavlor of Wind Ridge, stomach, liyer and kidneys and to pu t Is of first Importance to get your training; at "the school that strands In the very front rank LANCASTER, KY Greene Co., Pa., is one of these, He fy the blood. It gives strong nerves, eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich THE BRYANT & 8TRA.TT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE uses Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and bright Remedy and says he never complexion. It will make a gooa iook Diarrhoea LOUISVILLE, KY. charming woman of a found anything that would give him ing, uy xw, n valid. Onlv 50 cents at R, E, Mo- Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line such quick relief. It is ior saie W rite lor ' lm Graduates of this college preferred by business bouses. occupying Roberts' Drug Store. E. McRoberts druggist. a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates SHORTHAND, ( and Slippers. I (! at 1 Tommy Bhackett KEED,ex-speake- r 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. McKinlcy worked the army appointment racket on enough politicians to secure him the nomination. of AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. 1ox M' ROBERTS. j4rz G-allez This is now the most been recently equipped with Gallery in Central Ky.f having i Th.e Marvelous AaaotimatoLonsos The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies that Th.os Zienses FLATTZR, in will ranging in at that Pant than that will i Just received 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 mast Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the New French "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, S 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. L. F. HUBBLE. Isn't It woll worth yonr wnile to visit that will at at i Cincinnati on the Queen & Crescent Sunday Excursion from Junction City. Championship SunAnd many day, Aug, 20th. See small bills or call on your ticket agent for partic ulars. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER. KY Tnirty-Thousan- Logan & Robinson. QAME1 BALLattractions next other d Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and ICineral Lands for Sale in South-Easter- n Kentucky. Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms. m HAIR rtamam tow AL4?U . KSICHTS OF PYTHIAS I Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst A BUSINESS of Pythias, meets every Friday Allvis-itin- g TIMETABLES. K. Soatfe-Vnd night in Odd Fellows hall. 11 :10 O. Braaek. Knights are fraternally invit SJ6r. u ed. l:&2 a.m Xlxed, passes LaaCutar Mixed. rasa'gr run-dow- n Norta-Vn- d Nerta-b'a- d " " " Ed Bishop, - C. C. BOOK-KEEPIN- J. S. Hasrukj. KJL&'S- TELEGRAPHY. pronlnentposittons to yoa FUUC all over the Doited Btates- -lt wlU be mailed YT7 Ni J 7fV a 5 ;-- OJB Very Best Clothing at Low Prices. FULLY REALIZING THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE, COURSE YOU WANT THE 't 't WE CARRY THE BEST TOBE HAD AND SELL THEM FOR THE LEAST MONEY THE GLOBE. CENTEAL EECORD. THURSDAY, August 1 J. L. FROHSV1AN BRYANTS VILLE. J & CO. For Coughs, DANVILLE. TAKE 7 189Q Spain' Graateat Nefrt. Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, spends his winters at Aiken S. C. "Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head. On using Electric Bitters, America's greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left him. lie says this grand medicine is what his country needs. All Amer ica knows that it cures liver and Kid' ney troubles, purities the blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens the nerves, 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 FICOJI COL. UUIIDKTT. A Narrow Ecapn. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Groton, S. D.f "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 husband was advised to get Dr. King's The protracted meeting at this - 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, CAETERSVILLB. Master Willie Koeler has been on Duvall's Reports 2, 3, 6, 9, 14, Bush's Reports 4 vols. English Chancery Reports 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 Madison's papers, and some others, mainly text books, just which or how many I will not venture to say now, but suggest that while casting about for those named, if any others are found I will be obliged if the friends will deliver them to my friend, The Ckxtual Recoud. The books can be easily identilied.they 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 great 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 don't look like Lancaster, don't feel like it, don't act like it, and to tell the truth don't lit 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 gets 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 tomorrow as she has intended. Your friend, B. M. to Lanc;ister last Napier was accompanied by her niece, week was very pleasant indeed, con Miss Cochran, who will visit her sidering the unpleasant job I had on Mrs. Fannie Keohler spent Sunday Miss Lula hand taking down and packing a lot with Mrs. Fannie Green of dusty books. I saw many familiar Napier has returned from an extended E. faces, met old friends at every turn, visit to friends in Clay County and conld but wish every now and L. Keoler was in Lancaster on business Mr. and Mrs. Granville then that 1 was there to stay, but my Saturday sentiment had to yield to my substan- Jenkins left for Indinapolis last week tial and material interest. So pleas- where they will make their future ant and gratifying was my visit that home, Miss Williams, sister of Mrs. and Gibson I could not resist the urgent invita- Jenkinsthe loss on Allen is left to another sweetheart tions to come again soon, and promis- mourn Miss Bcttie Wilmot of Brodhead ed to go back next week and be there during the lirst week of the circuit who was the guest of Mrs J. B. Carter court, when I would be most apt to for some time this summer, is soon to see the greatest number of my old make her appearance among us friends, and see them where they Dora, the infant of Mrs. James Roop, Sunday was regwould look most natural in the Court is on thesick list House and on the juries and beside ular meeting day at Leavel Green and their chosen counsel. I found the a large crowd attended larger portion of my law library in Mr. W. L. Allen has given out the good shape, but many of my valuable idea of going to Texas, and has bought books were not found, and 1 hope my land from Ike Arnold on which he good friends may lind some of them will erect a handsome residence. E. L. Keoler went to East Burn- about and about in back places where they have put them to get them out stadt last week and located a place for of their way temporarily and then 1 saw mill which he will move up there forget them. The books that I have in the near future. out that I now know of are of the A free and easy expectoration is Kentucky Reports 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, Dana's produced by a few doses of COUS- Reports 2, 4, 5, 12, 14, 18, Ben Monroe's SEN'S HONEY OF TAR, in all cases Reports 2, 4, Metcalfe's Reports 1,.2, of Hoarsness, Sore Troat, or dittlcult My visit C. C. & Lexington, Ky,, Aug. Editok Ckxtkal Hkcokd: 15, '99. the sick list for several days, but is improving Mr. and Mrs. Crit Napier have returned from a weeks visit to relatives in Clay County. Mrs. of breathing. Price J. E. Stormes. 25 and 50 cts. PREAGHEBSY1LLE. J. C. Siler traded for a work mule Bukdktt. Dotit Do This in- ternal comes. Don't take cines before the little one medi- I BBK X B endanger the health of both mother and babe. MTHfl the eood and d external liniment, will relieve and the later pains betthe early distress ter than anything else in the world. Its rood effects are most marked not only before childbirth, but during the ordeal itself and afterward. Distress is over-Knainc lessened labor short ned and subseqneat daorers avoided. far ft a MMe. M4 fcy long-trie- They from R. Robinson, price $50. J. P. Rogers bought Roy Lawson Jr. corn crop for $72.50. 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 Rockcastle 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 visit to her parents at Somerset. . . . Miss Iva Harber will leave for her home in Texas next Wednesday after a two months visit with her sister and rel atives. . . .Miss Kittle 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 Leavell, was visiting friends here Friday Miss Samantha Jones, of Crab Orchard, was visiting relatives here last week. 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 in triumph of loving faith. Rev. J. M. "Angling, pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords me muck pleasure to recommend Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Dihave used it 'and arrhoea Remedy. know others who have done so. I have never known it to fail.. It is a sure cure when taken in time."' For sal by R. E. McRoberts druggist. The only feature of importance con nected with the wheat crop outside of the State is the damage to spring wheat by dry, hot winds, causing premature ripening and shriveling of the berry. This is especially true of the crop in the States of North Da kota, South 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 in jury from rust and smut is also made from those States. The question "Are farmers marketing wheat freely as threshed?" elicited 4'.i answers in the allirmativc and i)2 in the negative. To the same question on this date of A hundred to one shot made a bold 1808, 18 answered "yes" and 124 "no." The average price of No. 2 wheat is bid for the second race at St. Louis G5 cents per bushel. The average last week, and was only beaten a head. price on this date for past three years The fast one was Marie G. Brown, who finished second with odds of from 100 was, 18U8, (J8c; 18!)7, (i(5c; ISt'U, 4(Jc. to 150 to 1 against her, but she was COUN. disqualified for foul. The drouth during July has disastrously affected the coin crop. The dry period varied considerably in duration, some counties receiving No More Shakes. showers on July 20th and 21st, FLAT WOODS. while in other relieving rains did not 'TRY fall until :'0th and .'1st. In these Mr. Morrison Archer is thouht to be counties the injury to early corn is taking the fever. probobly irreparable. Late corn is Jim Miller sold to W G Gooch four wonderfully improved since rain, and yearlings at $100. and a hog for $J.OO. with a continuation of seasonable There was preaching at Lawson's weather will make a fair crop. Chapel Sunday by Rev. Clay. TOItACCO. James Worrel bought a sow and four Tobacco, like corn, has been serious shoats from George Conner for $15. ly affected by drouth. The late reWm. Coldiron bought live hogs and a plant has made no growth, and the yearling calf from Milton Grayson for stand is very poor and uneven. The THE GUARANTEED CURE. hot weather and absence of moisture $30,00. has caused the plant to grow "spindMr. John Boutte and family, and ling," which Don't Take a will materially interfere Mrs. Schooler spent Saturday with W. Worthless Substitute '. with quality. However, a number of G. W. Spangler of near H. Furr counties report the crop wonderfully on YUCATAN. Pmtt SQC. Insist Crab Orchard spent Monday with W. revived by recent rains, and a contin H. Furr. . . .Edd Walker Jr. is talking uation of seasonable weather may do of starting to Colorado in a few days. much to improve 11 E ulcRoberts. what at present is a Blotches and excresences, which so decidely poor prospect. Danger from often annoy people, are simply efforts frost may be apprehended for that English capitalists have recently inof nature to throw off impediments to portion of crop just beginning to vested about $30,000,000 in sugar planthe proper performance of her duties. grow. Worms do not appear to be tations in Cuba and Porto Rico. HERBINE will aid and assist nature troublesome. The Agricultural Experiment Stain her work, and ensure a skin clear hemp. tion, of "Wisconsin, has been conductand beautiful, entirely free from all The hemp growing district was the ing a very successful test of cows at imperfections. Price 50 cts. C. C. & center of the drouth area, consequen the farm. Some very line averages J. E. Stormes. tly the effect on hemp is mo-- e marked were found: place has been postponed indelinitely. Rev Clark will till his appointment here Sunday. There will be no preaching at Pleasant Grove, Sunday, but the members of the Sunday school are requested to be present, as there is important business to be transacted. There will be preaching at nebron on the 22nd at 7 o'clock in the evening. The teachers' association of the Bryantsville precinct, met at district No. 7, August 12, Miss Mittie Dunn, presiding, and Miss Mary King, secretary. 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 reci ted 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 Etlie King, followed by a solo by Misses Katie Moore and Mattie May Leavell rendered "Aunt Sophronia at the Opera," in a very pleasing man ner. The meeting closed with a song, after which refaeshments were served. 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. than on any other crop. The condi A TIMELY HINT. Yon should be wise and see that your blood Is tion August 1st averages 55, whereas rich and pnre and your whole system pnt in a perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr. on July 1st it was Six Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then you will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds MEADOWS, PASTUKKS AND LIVE STOCK and the prip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Yield from timothy meadows, com Powder is the best medicine money can buy. For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprue pared with average years, is 82. The Gum Balsam. Price 25c and 50o For sale by a Bottle. R. E McRoberts KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. of Crp August and lMt, T.ive quality is much below the average, Pastures were badly dried up during the drouth, and even yet in some counties are but little improved. The Croup, Hoarseness, Foley's Honey and 1809. Replies were received this month rrom lov correspondents, represen ting 104 counties. WHEAT. condition August 1st is 84. On July 1st the condition was !(8. Live stock is in good condition not withstanding the dry weather. No 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 vailing. Apples promise a small crop of inferior quality. Where sufficient rain has fallen plowing for wheat is geing rapidly nalld Oar Own Warslilpi. pushed, and the outlook is for a large The Nautical Gazette states that it acreage. was always a matter for surprise that Lucas Mooue, the Brazilian government, for whom Commissioner of Agriculture. the Now Orleans and Albany were built, should have been so anxious to get rid of these seemingly perfect vessels. The Where the digestion is good, and mystery now is explained, and the fact the general powers of the system in' a that the metacentric height was a negahealthy state, worms can lind no hab tive quantity was probably known by itation in the human body. WHITE'S the builders and former owners and CREAM VERMIFUGE not only de- carefully concealed from us. They canstroys every worm, but corrects all de- not be cut in two and lengthened, as rangements of the digestive organs. they are even now too narrow for their length. The moral of the story is that Price 25cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. we must build our own war vessels. La Grippe, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Tar IT IS THE GREAT THROAT and LUNG REMEDY. STOJRMES IXRXTO STORE ' ern city to which he moved." "Oh, I don't know." replied the cau- ? tious man. "It may be more in the na- - ' ture of a reflection on the cit--Chica- ,? go Post. " "It certainly speaks well for ISrown that he has become mayor of that west- - Cnntlona .Man. Whene'er the course of love Is smooth This sequence is obeyed: For first there ia a maitl so true. And then a trousseau made. Puck. The Order of BvrnK Tae Lair Little Jlexlcnn nee. The bee of Mexico does not "improve each shining hour." As there is cold weather there no necessity exists for laj'ing in winter stores of heney and the bee Is therefore as lazy as. a cockroach. very-littl- Carlstedt's HAS NATURE WARNED YOU? Nature herself clad In the earlr trarba of sprinsr.blotsomsforth trees and flowers causing-thdespondent chord to vibrate to this, the most delightful of all, springtime and hotr do you feel? Hare yon that tired shaky feeling-the forernnnerof Chills, Malaria and Typhoid Fever? If so, you mast not pass this warning-as it is an indication of sickness; avoid this; consult us as our advice costs yon nothing. Call on your druggist and procure a bottle of ur. carlstedt's uerman .blver owaer. lake one dose a day 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, jott 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 your system warns you, repeat tne above. These Remedies in stock and sold by r fc Powder Cures INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system is heir to. Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic Price. 25 Cents For Sale by K. E. McRoberts. E. E. McRoberts LIILzVJRO DANVILLE, TY. CAN SELL YOU STOUT, Paint V Wall Tintings Cheaparthan any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced W. H. HOSHAL & CO, unrurwf I fjBMAMlTOKBMIATtftCaAtlaBtfcCl 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 fore you prepare much stock to keep through the coming winter. Have a little stock under good shelter rather than much stock and poor covering for them. The Most 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 In taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which is guaran teed or money refunded SOcts and 1.00 C. C. & J. E. Stormes. On the walls of one of the rooms in Mr. Ingersoll's home hung the motto: "Love is the only bow on life's dark cloud. It is the morning and the evening star." The christian can subscribe to the same sentiment, but he would add the glorious Bible text: "God is love." BlawarcWa Iron Nerve. Was theresultofhjs splendid health Indomitab will and tremendous ener gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power if brain and body. Only 25c at B, E. McRoberts Druggist. lm j. x. DUNN KENTUCKY Commission Merchants, NOTARY PUBLIC, BRYANTSVILLE, Cattle,Hogs,Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS, Lani Saveryor ani O. Apit for CO - - - CINCINNATI, Xing 1b tka mew King ii tka trac" fiing oat the islam We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway AETNA FIRE INSURANCE ORGANIZED 1883. Information regardinglive stock cheer " Ring out the olS fully furnished. Consign your stock dl ect to us. 'Phone 734 PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. U OF LAH0A3TEB. ST. DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey Please Remember a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces science to Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by The middle of the year BUSINESS SOUCITKO. is past and settling time and Prompt Attention Guaranteed Carfol is at hand. I -Capital, Surplus Fund $50,000 10,000 of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling Is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that then Is no inclination to cough. OLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Need the Money due me and must insist J. K. HiaaiNBOTHAM Lmwm T. Lxatxll. Pmldea Cas&let 8. ?. Hudson W.O.'KiaHiY O.D. Wauux :. Assistant Casa'i Bookkeepas DIBXCTOK8: . hiiwlii gjj1w-X,- and revert i ay iMMOjr equal to Dr. Belli It rlvea quick and permanent rrM dwlH U naakei A. nimni a' lyuvriiimo. BattlMOnly. 25m., 50. mm4 $1.00 SIsm BE SURE YOU GET that my friends call in and settle. at SaUie ' 0. Tillett. J.X.MlMmeTHXK, J. 8. Jommok, K. O, Auislb, Jx. AL8s.Clxua, IiIWII T. LXATBXL, T. X. ArnneLB, B.r.HUMO. J.I.Wiim X. J Wit iti. rf b j' THE NEW WAY. WOMEN used to think "female diseases " could only be treated after "lo--c examinaa1 tions" by physicians. Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women eilent about their suffering. The inof troduction Vine of Cardul has now demon of all the strated that nine-tentcases of menstrual disorders do not require a physician's attention at all. The simple, pure It Save the citildrja . 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. IN A SOUTHERN TO VILLAGE. FROM ALL OVER THE STATE. THE WHISKY TRUST. taken In the privacy of a woman's own home insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate how. Wine of Cardul requires no humiliating examinations for its adoption. It cures any disease that comes under the head of "female troubles" disordered menses, falling of the womb, "whites," change of life. It makes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. $1.00 at the drug store. For advice In cases requiring special directions, address, ctvin? symptoms, the "Ladies' Advisory Department," The Chattanooea Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Term. The Keiitncklan's Woo. Man born in the wilds of Kentucky THE CONVENTION. Is of feud days and easy virtue. He tisheth, fiddleth, fnsheth all the days Judge J. W. fJrrene, cf Oh en Crunty, Will lie MIo t":io Temporury Chairof his life. man Tlio 1'rub.iblt Hcct. He shunneth water as a mad dog and drinketh much whisky. Lexixotox, Ky.. Aug. 10. The clans When he desireth to raise hell he were trathcrinir Tuesday nirrht for the planteth a neighbor and lo, he reap-et- h democratic state convention to be held twcntyfold. Wednesday at 2 p. m. Over SOU ar- He riseth even from his cradle to nvea Tuesday evening, ana ine seek the scalp of hisgrandsire's enemy enthusiasm, determination and num element was a sur and bringeth home in his carcass the bers of ammunition of his neighbor's wife prise to, both side. It is about settled who that a full ticket will be put in the cousin's uncle's father-in-lafield, and the disposition is to allow a vengeth the deed. Young Brown to name it in or Yea, verily, his life is uncertain and John avoid all friction arising from der to he knoweth not the hour he may be contests for places. anti-Goeb- It Brings Fait at IouWvlllr, AUnglng Thi Did Not fill Certain Distiller Their Contract. .. W. I. ASDIS01, M.D., Cary. "I use Wine of Cardul extensively In my practice and And it a most excellent preparation for female troubles." CROP The exhibition of horses at our county 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. Don't lili them up on hay, feed them more oats, which give him more jerked hence. He L'oeth forth on a journey "half shot" and cometh back on a shutter, shot. He riseth in the night to let the cat out and it taketh nine doctors three days to pick the buckshot from his person. He goeth forth in joy and gladness and cometh back in scraps and frag mcnts. He calleth his fellow man a liar and gettcth himself kiled with scrap iron even to the fourth generation. cyclone bloweth him into the Dosom of his neighbor's wife and his neighbor's wife and his neighbor's wife's husband bloweth him into the bosom of Father Abraham, before lie hath time to explain. He emptieth adeinijoin into himself and a shot gun into his enemy and his enemy's son licth in wait on election ay and lo, the Coroner plowcth up a 40 acre field to bury the remains of that man. Woe, woe is Kentucky, for her eyes ire red with bad whisky and her soil is stained with the blood of dam ijilits! Selah. Ex. strength. Pigs which are confined in a lot, if fed wisely on a varied diet, arc in almost 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. Hone meal and fresh, sound meat arc as good for hogs as for poultry. They eat all manner of meat ravenously, 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 picking houses will meet just the dc mand, with good meat cooked to de stroy all disease gems. Louisville, Ky.. Aug. 13. The local police are beginning to figure on the SI 1.000 reward outstanding for the ar rest of James Dunhan, the sextuple murderer, wautcd in California. About was arrested a week ago a here and a photograph was sent to tho Friday th California authorities. police received the following telegram from Sheriff K. J. Langsford at San $110. Jose. Cal: well adapted to the IIERBIXE is "Your , suspect has strong resem cure of fevers of all kinds, because it blance to Dunham. Hold for further The enterprising poultryman will thoroughly cleanses the stomach and investigation. Has he scar in the edgt n.tt indulge in much guessing. He bowels of all bilious humors, and ex of hair over right ear?" knows at this time just how many pul- pels all impure secretions of the body The prisoner has the scar indicated, When arrested he gave the name of E. lets he has, how many old hens are Price uOcts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. C. Ncthcrfield, and claimed to be from worth keeping over, how much room Ohio. A Feminine Triumph. hi must provide and what his pros- p fcLs are. Old Ladv No use tnlkin', 1 used to Another 1 ead iu Clay Countr. edication of gals Loxno:.'. Ky., Aug. 10. As matters Tattler Burns 2:18 has been bought say this higher Bee 1 was wrong. 1was all here s now stand in Clay couuty, four feuds folcUirol; but I by J. W. Jones, of Wellsvilie, N. Y. my granddarter, for instance. She's just are looked for there instead of two 2:1.'$ King by Mambrino Merriment wonder. now. The Benges and "Stapletons, of and is the first foal is a Friend 1 understand she graduated near Hengstown, are preparing for of her dam, Minnie Chimes by Chimes with high honors. war. One of the Stapletons was killed Old Lady Yes: graduated from as When giving horses rest, give them sar, aim sne Kin uo wiuil neiuier tier a few months ago by a Benge and feel the full benetit by making their quar mother nor me eould ever hope to do if ing has been growing, until an out break is looked for at any moment. ters as comfortable as possible. our lives depended on it. On Red Bird creek trouble has been Friend Indeed! And what is that Good mules are selling well through Old Lady She kin tell the time a started between the Sizemorcs and out the state but few are offered. train is goin to start by iookui ui a Ashers, aud both factions arc carrying Several work mules have recently railway guide. N. Y. Weekly, Winchesters. The latter place is 20 been sold in Taylor county, at from and licngstown 12 miles from Man Pilea! lMIm! $50 to $l0. Chester. Why be bothered with this annoy Republican Campaign Opening. ing complaint when Banner Salve will Loxijon. Ky., Aug. 10. The repub c. ';. u.& J. li Jtoimes. A JlotUer Tells How Site Saved Her cure you. licans will open th:ir state campaign Little Daugliter'M Life. at London August 22. All candidates Luxury. I am the mother of eight children "Mike," said Plodding Pete, "dere's on the state ticket will be here. Gen Taylor and John Marshal, of Louis and have had a great deal of exper onlv one time when 1 envies de rich. ville, candidate for lieutenant gov ience with medicines. Last summer "I'm ashamed of yer weakness." my little daughter had the dysentery "1 don't blame you. Hut when 1 read ernor, will address the meeting. in its worst form. We thought she about dese swells comin' all de way The Flood at Augusta. would die. I tried everything I could from Kurope as saloon passengers, I Augusta, Kj"., Aug. 13. Some farmcan't help feelin' a pang o' jealousy." think of, but nothing seemed to do ers Friday night lost their entire her any good. I saw by an advertise Washington Star. crops. The G. W. Moncghon Planing Fviulnlue Amenltlca. merit in our paper that Chamberlains Mill Co. lost Sj00 worth of logs by the "She said your taste in dress was real- rush of waters out of Bracken creek, Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was highly recommended and sent and ly execrable." which tore loose their boom. borrowed my got a bottle at once. It proved to be "The cat! Why, sheher husband's Hie Slumbering Fend. winter hat to wear to one of the very best medicines we ever funeral!" Whitesburg, Ky., Aug. 13. The feud had in the house. It saved my little "Oh, well, you know, she never really between the Wrights and Holbrooks daughter's life. I am anxious for cared for him!" Plain and the Bentleys and Rcynoldses Cleveland every mother to know what an excell Dealer. slumbering, but is expected to break ent medicine it is. Had I know it at forth again, now that the Wrights and BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT first it would have saved me a great Holbrooks under arrest have been re deal of anxiety and my little daughter gives instant relief in cases of Bleed leased under SI, 030 peace bonds. much suffering. Yours truly, Mis. ing. Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Cuts, etc, New Kentucky I'oit Office. Geo. F. Burdick, Liberty: R. I. For Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stor Washixotox, Aug. 13. A post office mes. sale by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. has been established at Snead, Todd county, Ky., with John H. Snead post Walks When Olbrra Bleep. "Does your husband wulk much dur- master. You Are Going North, ing the day V" Change In Chairman. "No, I think not; he does most of his Georgetown, Ky., Aug. 15. At You Are Going South, walking at night." meeting of a the democratic commit "Is he a policeman?" tee, Mr. John It. Palmer resigned his You Are Going East, "Oh, no; but we've got a jear-ol- d Mr. B. O. position as chairman. baby at the house, you know." Yonkeru Statesman. Gaines was appointed as chairman and You Are Going West. also chairman of the campaign com Exception. CKlBflr (HIRCHMC TICKETS VIA TME mittee. Meeks But what's the use of arguing the matter. One can't get more out Elmore In Jail. of a bottle than he puts in it. Greexsbukg, Ky., Aug. 15. Albert Weeks Oh, I don't know; I put a is alleged, bhot and Elmore, who, quart of liquor in a bottle once and got killed Wesley it Durrett, near here, in a big head and a fine out of February, lS9S,was brought it the next morning. Chicago Daily sas and lodged in jail withoutfrom Kan bail. News. Lvuiavtixz Nasmviuc It. It. Old Grudga laued a Shooting. Am Gxcbnnfre of Shot. ToiiPKissviLLK, K3, Aug. 15. At a Mr. Wedd (spitefully) You look as am m muii you had been rubbing your face all picnic near South Bend, Cumberland if county, George Prewitt shot Alonzo over the inside of a powder-factorThe Maximum Safety, Mrs. Wedd (sweetly malicious) Per- Oldham through the abdomen. The love; smokeless The Maximum Speed, haps 1 have, doesn't but it is like a bar- wound is thought to be fatal. An old powder and, smell grudge was the cause. room. Judge. The Keep Quiet. and use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural always looseness of the bowels, McRoberts drug store, cures. For poultry, bran is valuable becau c of its nitrogen and carbon; it also con ains mineral matters which chickens need and in which many grains are deficient. Therefore, in connection with other food, let the hens have bran. Hudson Bros., of Louisville, bought ist week ten head of mules at $88 to The convention will be harmonious, and it is expected it will close its work Wednesday night. The platform has not yet bi?en finished, but it will endorse I5rvan and silver, making' the light on (Jo?bol and the methods of the Louisville convention the keynote of the contest. Chairman P. 1'. Johnston is ill at ISuffalo Lithia Springs, and will not be here, and some one whom Brown will bo allowed to select will call the convention to order. Judjjo Wm. 1'eckner. of Winchester, aud lion. Washington llamsey, of Newport, are spoken of for permanent chairman. Gov. lirown arrived Tuesday night and went into conference with leaders. At a conference held late Tuesday night it wjs decided that Hon. Phil H. Thompson, of IlarrodsLurg, will call the ineetinr to order. Judpre J. W. Greene, of Owen county, will be made temporary chairman. It was decided to call the convention to order at 1:30 instead of 2 p. in. The following- will probably be the ticket: Governor. John Young lirown. of Louisville; lieutenant governor, Maj. P. P. Johnston, Lexington; attorney general, John D. Carroll, Henry county; auditor. G. Matt Adams, Knox county; treasurer, western Kentucky of state, Capt. Ed banker; scrc-tarllines, Howling Green. JAMES DUNHAM. Louisville, Aug. 12. The Kentucky Distillers and Warehouse company has brought suit in the United States district court here against the proprietors of the W. 3. 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 atrainst W. B. Saffell, of Lawrcnceburg. The price to be paid in case the option was ac cepted was $33,000, exclusive of the price of the whisky stored in the distillery, a special price being placed on that. The price fixed on the plant of D. L. Moore, it is alleged, was S20.000. nd on that ol waternu cc rrazer S25.000. Gentleman (who has engaged aged colored haekman to drive him from the station to the hotel) Say, uncle. what's your name? Driver My name, sah, is George Washington. George Washington! Gentleman that name seems familiar. Well, fo de liwd's sake. 1 Drivci 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?" Yhj you're the same tramp I gave a pie to only last week." "Yes, mum. Ye sec, I happened to meet a couple o' dozen fricn's o' mine an went an invited em to a banquet, an' we eat your pie all up. 1 never did have no foresight, mum." N. Y. World. - DIGEST YOUR FOOD. ninety per cent, of all sickness Is caused by food not beinjf properly digested, it creates poisons and poes into your blood and then you are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder and watch the results, ioa win ieei the pood effects after takinjr ottedose. Give it sister and au aunt having died from this dreadful disease. My feelings may be imagined when the horrible disease maae its appcaranre on my side. It was a malignant Cancer, eatmg inwardly in such a way as to cause great alarm. The disease seemed beyond tho skill of the doctors, for their treatment did "no gocd whatever, the Cancer growing worse all the wiiiie. Numerous remedies were used for it but the Canr-eSIRS. s. 11. IDOL. grew steadily worse, until it seemed that I was doomed to follow tho others of the family, for I know how deadly Cancer is. especially when inherited. I was advised to try Swift's Speciilc (S. S". S.). which, from the first day, forced out the poison. I continued its use until I had taken eighteen bottles, when I cured sound and well, aud have bad no symptoms cf the dreadful affliction, tlmujrh many years have elapsed. S. S. S. Is the only cure for Cancer. Mns. S. M. Idol, Winston. N. C r w-- This fearful disease often first appears as a mere scratch, a pimple, or lump in tho breast, too small to attract any A Cases Out of Ten notico, until, in many cases, the deadly disease is fully developed. Cure Found at Last. Cancer can not be cured by a rVvrtwcal operation, because the disease is a irilUnt poison in tho blood, circulating throughout the system, and although the sore or ulcer known as. the Cancer may be cut away, tho poison remains in tho blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with renewed violence. The wonderful success of S. S. S. in curing obstinate, d blood diseases which were considered .incurable, induced a few despairing "sufferers lo try it for Cancer, after exhausting the skill of tho physicians without a cure- - Much to their delight S. S. S. proved equal to tho disease and promptly effected a cure. The glad news 3p1ua.11 ritpiuiy, anu it was soon demonstrated Doyond doubt that a cure had at last been found for deadly Cancer. Evidence has accumulated which is incontrovertible, of which the following is a specimen : Cancet is hereditary in our family, my father, a Results Fatally In Nina deep-neate- SHE DARED HIM. Wllllnm Crowe Dived Into the Itlver Froi the Ills Four Urlde at Loui.vllle Sundar Afternoon. I Our book on Cancer, containing other testimonials and valuable information, will bo sent frco to any address by the Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. it Large Rctvanl OfTere.l for t!ie Seztnplo Murderer Wanted In California Relieved to lie Under Arrest. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 15. Because Or. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cures a girl dared him, William Crowe borYour Cough. Just the Medicine rowed Gertrude Moore's bathing suit for Children. For sale by and at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon dived into the river from the Big Four E. E. McRoberts. bride, a similar leap from which killed Thomas Heavcy just a week aj Crowe, who is an athlete ot local re- nutc. made the descent of 00 feet suc cessfully and expresses a willingfcss to repeat the performance. Gertrude Moore is a fisherman's daughter. Crowe is a suitor. He un J SI 713 to Sunday at least stood second in her favor. His br.dge jumping feat was the result of bantering bv the girl. East Tennessee Educational AssoeJ ation, Mossy Creek, Tenn., August ISought Five lluri.trod Cuttle. IS!)!). Sell only in Tennessee. Lkxixotox, Aug. 15. Messrs. Feltzncr Son, of Chicago, western agents International Association of Eire lor Schwartz. Childs, Schultzberger & Engineers, Syracuse, U. Y., August Co., of New York, purchased of C. Alex IS!)!). ander, of Paris, Ky., 500 beef cattle for .Independent Order Tied Men firont export. They will be shipped to Eng- Council, Washington, L. C, Scptem- land in November for the London oer ibiAK Christmas market. The price is priSovereigh Grand Lodic I. O. O. F.. vate. Detroit, Mich., September 18U'J. Sitter of Senator Vet Dead. Colored Camp lectlii. 12. OwEXsnoao, Ky., Aug. Mrs. High Bridge, Ky. Greatest camp Louisa Vest Triplett, wife of Capt. li. meeting of colored people ever known a. iripiett, and mother ot lion. Ueorge in the State. Fine music, special Bishops Turner and V. Triplott, prominent as a newspaper attractions. man, died here of a comnlication of Salter. will Sneak. Excursion rates diseases following an attack of paraly and special trains via the Queen and Crescent Route, August (ith and 13th. sis several months aro. bhe was a sis Ask agents for full particulars. Hon. George G. Vest, United ter of High Bridge Kxcurhlons. States senator from Missouri. Ex;ursiins are run from Cincinnati and all points south every other SunMiners strike. Minni.Esnor.o, Kv., Aug. 10. The day, to High Bridge. There isn't a more beautiful place to visit West Pinevillc miners struck Monday, entrancing spot. You can't than this all'ord to demanding increase. The miss it. The rate is remarkably low. North Jellico miners have compromised One Dollar from Cincinnati. Fifty with the onerators anu go to wors in cents from Lexington, and like low the morning. The operators of the rates iroin other points. Ask your ticket agent about it. You cannot af Middicsboro district have a mcctin ford to miss this pleasant day on the Tuesday night. It is believed that an river, l our ticket agent will give you rates, dates and schedules for amicable settlement will be reached, these excursions. ., 12-2- Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at G. S. ill It fully Warranted and tfrtS l GAINE S' Excels all others. iTn Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand' prhajw: in KY. OirU'School Curricnlntn. tlir ..f Six without rxlr:cl.ars. ami Oman I)t..Oxi.u. Mnni: Mimic Director, Grail. Roy. Col. of Mnic, Munich. Superb n.l;intairen in An ami in Klot'iition. UroiiniN (33 acrt-s- ) uii8urpaiM' in America for liiity. It tmleiitK hate represented more than 3n States. jieiincu Lome, number uuiittu. Terms reasonable, SMITH, A. 31., l'res. (Aluminum of Uuiv. of Va.) ir in. S7v aP SUGKEY? Many UrUIgrs Washed Away, Kv., Aug. Vaxceburg, The heaviest electrical storm ever witness ed in this section visited th.s nlace Thursday night, accompanied by with cloudburst. Streets water several feet deep. Bridges were washed away throughout the county. Great damage to crops. Albert Isoin Attempt Suicide. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 13. Albert Isom, formerly a jockey and brother of Bob lsom, the famous rider, shot himself in a pawnbroker's shop here Friday night in an attcmnt to suicide. He will not die. The Isom boys rode fo Col. Jack Chinn when Lissack and other great ones were in their prime. r' Building Ordinance. The City Council, of the. city of Lan caster, Ky., do ordain as follows: 1 That no permit shall be granted for the erection of a building, and no building shall be erected on the public square or at any point on Richmond street, Danville street, Lexington street or Stanford street between the public square and the first street, counting from the square, crossing any of the aforesaid streets, other than a brick or stone building which shall be covered with metal. 2 Any ordinance in conflict herewith is hereby repealed. 3 This ordinance poes into effect up on passage and publication according to law in Ckntual Recokd, of Lan caster, Ky. A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FA! LED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 Cents. Sole Proprietor. JAMES F. BALLARD, - - 3i0 Horth Main Strcsf, ST. LOUIS, UO. STORMES DRUG STORE. 1493-TH- B R. KINNAIRD, NATIONAL CAPITAL 1100,000.00 Lexixotox, Kj, utive committee of the National Fox Hunters' association met here Thursday afternoon and selected November 15 as the time for beginning the next annual meet and Estill Springs, Ky. as the place. Fell Into the Ittier and Drowned. Paducah, Ky., Aug. 12. Lena Hodger, colored, aged 10 years, fell off Annual Meet. Aug. 12. The exec- BASK INSURANCE. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Macfiiae. M Vt? Sft i is: President. 000.00 LANCASTER, KY. A. H.Denny. Aetna, Queen, fef Piilatino, National, Jno. E. Stormis. Vice President. S. C. Denny, Cashier. HoniNsoM. Jit.. Asa't Cash'r. H. T. Emdhy. I the steamer Golconda and was drown id. She washed her face in a basin, which was near an open gate, and while feeling for a towel with her eyes closed fell overboard. Miners Went to MiDm.KSBORo, Fork Ridge Co. uric. Hartford, Milwaukee, (.'ouueticut, If If If Ky., Aug. 10. The agreed to give its men the advance that was demanded, and the miners went to work Monday. The other companies have yet taken no action. Sues a Ken uclty County. FitAXKFor.T, Ky., Aug. 10. 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 as a subsidy to the E. N. L & B. rail road. on announces that the Sunday Leader will be made a daily afternoon paper novt Tupsdav to suDDort Goebel and the democratic ticket. DIRECTORS J Spllman, Sam I.D.Coctarau A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny, W. R. Cook, L. Davidson. Jno. E Stormes. Continental, (ileus Falls, German American, PJienix of JJrookljn, New York Underwriters, Liverpool & London & Globe. Nortii JJritisli & Mercliantile AetnaLif8lns.Co.of Harlforfl.CoBi Yr S. BEAZLEY. Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings- - Teeth extrncied without pain w th Vltallied Air. Olllce In the New Thompson Bulldlnc DENTIST if IRE ana LIFE INSURANCE of of Maximum $f Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. Paducah, New Dally for I'aduoali. Aug. 13. Mr. J. R. Lem SPEINGFIELD y. EffifeAra MAKINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE Springfield Corbel dab. Sates, Time aad all ether kUbrmatioa wis be ckeerfuUy fimltbed by c. P. atmorc, . r. a.P" Extremes. Kj'., Aug. 15. Prelim "They don't seem to talk as much inary steps have ben taken to form a about quiet weddings as they used to." Gocbel club. A large and very enthusaid the young man who was reading siastic crowd was present. A permathe paper. nent organization 'will be effected court Tfrt " fenrarprorl 'Mm T"ontriiirS1t "nil oae bears now is about noisy divorcea.i l LIFE INSURANCE CO J. S. HASELDEN, OP NEW YORX. . Attorney, at .Law, For sale by E.W. Arnold, Robinson & Hamilton Agts Office Lancaster, Kentucky otei Post Office. i , "1 Lakcastxb, it ; j. fi