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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST LANCASTER AND VIClNITy. $1.25 round 24, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR HASiLDEH (Patented Feb. $ F. Walter, Dentist, Lancaster. $1.25 round trip Cincinnati Sunday. B. Old Fashioned fair B. at Danville. F. Walter, Dentist, Lancaster. 28, 1899.) trip Cincinnati Sunday. $1.25 round trip Cincinnati Sunday. Fresh milk delivered by the Lancas ter Dairy. JoseDlKs Clearance sale is Many people are attending circuit court this week. out. Cleanses County court Monday. Barrel salt at GaineSjj the place to get bargains: Lot of Ham J. C. Tno: at iPN. cost to close Itorilily BBh seXnVi I fjr I Four new ases of clocks at Thomr- - Many Lancaster negroes took in the Joseph's clearance sale continues to sons. x draw. coon excursion to Louisville Sunday Ring No. 71 and have fresh milk de Orders for milk promptly filled by A nice line of Cindies Cigars, and livered promptly. the Lancaster Dairy. Tobacco at R. L. iiKSftiNos & Co. Hot Bakers Bread and Rolls receiv Write to H. C. Bright, secretary Ladles and Chik rens Slippers and ed daily. Gaines & Faulconer. Danville Fair, for catalogue. Summer dress g( IS C COSt. K. U. fnt Lick Ky. Jennings & Co. I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at Harness away down for 30 d R. L. Elkin. . m25tf $1.00 cash. W.J We are letting goods go at any price Remember the dates of the The Danville fair will be the biggest that will move them ouKo'f the way fair at Danville, Aug. 30, 31, for fail stocK. wc must naye room. thing on wheels. Aug. 30, 31 and and Sept. 1. Sept. 1. J Joseph. The weathei lias been extremely it hasi't interfered with Joseph's clearance s310- rt get first class Trade at oit sbanj-flnhot, but B. F. Walter, Dentist, office over Ballou's grocery, Lancaster. Everybody is going to the big Dan ville fair Aug. 30, 31, and Sept. 1. SHARP POINTS In our argument are over Low Prices. A little investigation will convince you that these are points worth considering. There is nothing we offer yon that we do not sell less Don't forcret to I Silverware caller tickets on at R. Bknnings & Co. The ladies'are ftatfking to Joseph's store to get someffflthe great bargains that he is offeryiig. 12i, 25, 35, IN EVERY OETAIL Separates trash from the water before the water Is filtered. goods and a gjTresent besides. 11. L. Water filters upward through selve, tiusli from beiiij mixed with filtering Jknnings Ssp Paint Lick Ky. rraterinl. ltird nest, leaves, trash etc.. cannot possibly enter filtering material, us it is caneut in the bottom of filter before water la "We have to make room forfall.goods filtered. mifny goods at Wnen screw cap is removed. It allows filter to and will sell a great dry out thoroughly. There is no chance "for cost, and some at less' than cost. 11. any kind of Insects to accumulate as it bugs or L. Jennings &fcoPaint Lick Ky does in oibcr filters from damnucss. t J. R. HASELDKJN, Lancaster, Ky. Building Lotl. If vou want to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell yoUvone from 1 to 4 acres T. Cukhey. cheap. Storeroom ForBent. Will rent room I now occupy and give possession at ojuce: Stock of goods now low and will bej&ttldas a whole at J WSveeney. a great bargain. ten-roo- A line of Worsted dress goods worth 0, and 7;, afl t,vo at 10c per. yd. R. L. JENgJas,& Co. Why be annoyed keeping a cow? Sacks Sacks. The Lancaster Dairy delivers milk H. A B Marksbury& Son keep on You have two months to wear Slip any where in town promptly. hand new sacks, and will sell to the pers. Buy vnemni cost, or k. u. Jennings &oT Paint Lick Ky. Joseph has many bargains left, farmers at cost. which you should secure, lie means Wanted. PreacklHg at Providence. to make a clean sweep of everything. Iron and bones. Farmers bring in Rev. Ira Parton will preach at Prov old machinery, good price paid. idence next Sunday morning at ten Calves for Sale. HB. Nouthcott. o'clock. Durham bulls, 9 tf Two Short-Hor- n New Barber. and 10 months old. Geo. W. Evans, With as many patent medicines as Lancaster, Ky. tf. Joe Niklass, the new barber. Shop are advertised, it does look like some corner Public Square. All work thing could be done for the Everybody is looking forward with N. E. done in the latest style. Give me a cross-eye- d bear" the church much pleasure to the tf choirs are always singing about. country fair to be held at Danville trial. To The Boys. Aug. 30, 31, and Sept. 1. Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan Come and have your measure taken In order to cut jny large stock of f,. fntlt iirlA cult, nc ftho'in fic nno ville Steam laundry. Work shipped Buggies, rneatons auavKoad wagons ready-madThis is something new and received daily. Shirt waists a specialty. Office at Batsons Dry goods down, will give a big cht in prices for ,n Merchant Tailoring tf. store. Romans. the next thirty days. M. D. IIuonES, Agt. "Con-sti-patee. than others ask for the same goods. Sometimes the difference may not be large. Very often the difference is T ATI TLIJSG. In the aggregate you will find that you are loosing money if you fail to take advantage of the Beazlcy & Baugliman, Fnncral Directors. Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty. Full Line of ... Furniture and Carpets. FARM FOR RENT, 240 Well improved farm of ACRES, WITH GOOD HOUSE, BARN and OUTBUILDINGS well watered; situated 11 miles from Lancaster: corn, wheat, hemp, tobacco H. C. Jennings. and grass land. Don't Bead Tills! For Sale or Heut. After August 1st we will have for The property (store and residence House l"r Kent sale the best coal in any quanity at combined) of Dr. Thomas B. Nichols, house, For year lt)00, good the lowest price. It will pay you to at Paint Lick, Ky. For terms, call on good cellar, cistern and stable. with see us before buying. Office and yard or address W. I. Williams, attorney, A- Near Public Square in Lancaster. opposite the Granary. W. B. Moss & Lancaster. Kv. 3t. bove property suitab'e for boarding &Co. tf. house. Apply to John M. Orand. 3t, Baptist Services. G. S. Gaines is agent for Superior Rev. J. Massee will preach at the Taxes Due. Kentucky and Haworths Drills the Baptist church next Sunday morning Town taxes are now due, and prop best known in Kentucky. This place nnrl pvnninp. At 11 a. m. the subject erty owners should come forward at is head quarters for,-a- kinds farming will be; The vitality of philosophy as once and settle. This has to be done impliments, specialties, B. F. Avery's compared with Christianity. At 7:45 and those putting it off too long will Disc Sulky plow, and theChattanagua Evangelistic services will be held. , V be put to extra expense. walking plow. , This Will Move Tliein. E. M. Walkku, Collector, For Sal or Beut. Every suit of clothes in the big house Republican CobvchUiih. My desirable dwelling and of J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, has Chairman Collier has called a con- 15J acres land just outside limits of been marked down to $7.50. This in- vention for court day to select a re- Lancaster. Has 2 cisterns, 1 pool and chides $20. $18. $1(5 and on down. Just publican candidate for representative 1 never failing spring. All necessary think of this reduction. in next legislature. All republicans out buildings. They mean it and will prove it. are urged to be present. Mrs. Emma Kauffman. tf. Card of Tbanks. We desire to thank our friends for Don't miss the Danville Fair Fine Stock at Danville Fair the many acts of kindness we received AOr"Aug.30,31,Sep.l. at their hands during our recent great WtT Aug.30,31 Sep.l. Gaines & Faulconer are handling more produce than any other merch ant in town. Try them witli your eggs, butter, bacon, hams, chickens etc. If fair dealing is what you want they will win you as a customer. Having Sold Out I earnestly hope those who know themselves in- debted to me will cail at tne old stand where they will always find me or Mr. Reld, and settle their accounts assoon as convenient. iease attena to tnis, (i. . uaines. it and oblige My stock of goods that GREAT BARGAINS we are onermg now, auring our removal sale. I These remembrances, bereavement. coming at such a time, are never to be if, Great Closing j Out Sale! pi Ladies, Misses v Childrens Shoes and Slippers. and Children's Slippers at 25, 50, 75, and $1:00, worth, double the price we are asking for them. Nice line of Ladies Stylish Oxfords, in Blacks and Tans, ranging in price from $1.00 to $8.50, that we ' A"lot of Misses will close at 50. 75, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2 00. are rare bargains, and you should hare a pair. These 1 25 Pant patterns that we ure less, than cost. !? j: . . "ill make up your Meas- Straw and Crash Hats at cost. AiJ few Crash Suits ... 'r " ' J we will close out at $2.00, $2.50, $3.0.0. left that ' ' ) g questions Circuit Court. ities and Enterprise. term of the Garrard which only go to hamper justice and The August Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Circuit Court convened Monday morn cost the taxpayers money. If Ken jrgotten. tucky had more M. C. Saulleys she Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting Honor, Judge M. C. Sauf- - would be far better off. W. G. Dunn and family. with ready sale every where. Persons ing with hiswoolsack. The grand jury The juries are made up as follows: who have used it say it's a marked ley, on the Policeman Walker 111. was soon selected and Judge Saufley GRAND JURY. over success and a sure cure for Fistula, gave the charge. He dwelt at length Policeman E. M. Walker was G B Robinson, come by heat at the circus Saturday Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge upon the duty of the jury in regard to Malcolm Aldridge, S Dforeman. Cochran, afternoon, and had to be carried home. ment. Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on inquiry into county olllcers, their duty, Philip Dalton, BFWihnot, money re C A Arnold, T D Covert, He is up and about now, but very a written guarantee, and etc. Hcsaidthat while no suspicion Ollie Terrill, weak. Mr. Walker is not physically funded if not as represented. For sale whatever was entertained toward any Gabc Mallard, AVm Royston, Jno A Sanders, work expected of one by R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. able to do all the one, yet no honest man objected to his Jerry Iliggins. man, and he ought to have an assist being investigated, and the jury Monday STANDING JURY. acts Speaking ant. T S Moore, Congressman H. D. Clayton, of Al should make careful inquiry into each R M Robinson, B L Kelley, G W Morton, Another Candidate. abama, who is making speeches in county office. The work house being M Mahan, J F Gallaher was informed yester Kentuckv. has accepted an invitation partly the property of the county, the A K Walker, .7 M Hiatt, day that Mr. O J. Moberley, of Nina, to address our citizens on behalf of jury should look into its management, Sam Secrest, J A Ballew, Dudley Lane, candidate for the the Democratic,, ticket at the Court The law requires prisoners De Kept at Jamas Clark, had decided to be a J S Johnston, republican nomination for representa- - House next Monday afternoon. Mr. hard labor and full days should be put C M Ruble, W II Wheeler, J Jones, The work house keeper should J A Adams, tlve and will lay his claims before the Clayton for many years was on the su- J T Iliil, F convention to be held Monday morn- - nreme bench of his state, and is a work them the same as though he had Joe McCormack, R L Burton, T A Elkin, ing. Mr. Moberley is one of Garrard's gentleman with a national reputation them hired Individually. The county David Stevens, Wm Duncan. most prominent and substantial men, The peorile should turn out and hear is now in need of broken stone for the George Sadler, turnpikes, and if these work house John Diamond was given two years and is good legislative timber. him Mont Kavanaugh prisoners are made to do hard labor for To Enlist Recruits. a Card on the rock pile, it will be a great help one j'ear for breaking into a corn crib. my stock of groce to the roads. Judge bauney tnen Huston Clark for shooting at Henry Capt. Sam Duncan received a letter Having sold out from Lieut. R. M. Shearer stating he ries queensware, &c, to Messrs. Ful- - wnt. nn tn tpii the mrv how sharp Barlow, was fined W0. would be in Lancaster Tuesday, the ier & Sympson, I desire to bespeak for cr!minais sometimes succeded inget- - The grand jury returned an indict 29th, to enlist men ior tne armj. them the same kindness and liberal tJn thplr witnesses before the grand ment against Gillis Prather, charging Here's a good opportunity for young patronage that has been so generously jury and making their cases appear him with the murder of Robt. Burton, men wno waui. lu see tue wunu aim ttu extenaea to me, ana earuesuy uope not near had as they were shown at at Paint Lick. Thoy have returned sametime get good pay. Recruits are that all of my friends and patrons will tll oV!minin trial. Where such several other indictments for minor being constantly sent to uie at least give Fuller & sympson a lair witnesses could be smuggled in, it was offenses. pines. Those desiring togosnoum see trial before they change their place of oossiMg for a criminal to succeed in Marrow Escape.Capt. Duucan, or De in town noxt trading. I am truly tnankful to all convincine the grand jury there was nave soKinaiy patronizea nothine in the case and no indictment The Stanford Journal gives the fol Tuesuay. those who narrow escape me in the past, ana snail ever remem- - woui,j he returned. He read the law lowing account of the Goebel aHd Blackburn. from death by a Lancaster boy: As ber them with gratitude. in regard to trusts, pools, etc, as freight train No. 35 was laboring up Senator Goebel and former Senator G. S. Gaines. It the law requires him to can especial the hill from Knob Lick, Engineer Blackburn have accepted an invita attention to it. He said the move Crosby saw after he had whistled for guests of the Danville tion to be the Appointment Keeelred. on the insurance companies had Fair Association during the coming Mr. W. H. Collier, son of Col. D. R. ment declared no good by the higher the crossing of the pike near E. P. Woods', a man driving on the track exhibition, and say they will be pres Collier, of this city, has been appoint-- been and there was no violation of ent the last day, Thursday, Sept. 1. ed a captain 01 volunteers to me run- - court them, under that section. He immediately in fiontof him. He shut by The association also invited Gen. Tay ippines by recommendation of Gov, law he would not talk over the list of off steam and reversed. the engine, but. said it was too late. . The horse was killed, lor, the republican nominee, to be on Bradley. Mr. Collier was adjutant In which come before all grand the vehicle wrecked and the mart hand, but Mr Taylor has not yet res- - the Second Kentucky, and later a ma crimes each session, such as illegal Donded. thrown high into he air, alighting on The distinguished visitors jof in the Third. Ills many friends juries at liquor selling, carrying pistols, etc, a will bo given hearty receptions, congratulate h,lra upon receiving the as these offenses were always in the cattle guard. The crew immediately honor and know he will make a gai courts and probably always would be, went to the rescue and found the man Killed by Thresher. Is 28 alivo, but unconcious. He soon revivM. lant, faithful officer. Mr. Collier He dwelt at length upon the idea Tuesday afternoon while Mr; G. years of age, of fine physique and some people have of getting mud at a ed and said that he was Nat Boyle, of Henderson's thresher wag working at Lancaster. He was brought to town appearance. He is well ed Paint Lick, Jim Croucher, a boy 22 handsome a Derfect gentleman. Al juryman for doing Ihis d.uty, and said and .Eugene Brown, a cousin of Dr. and Vtn nn Yn 'nlnnrloVi rt r9 a man years of age, fell into the cylinder and ucated though not given to talking much would TV a juryman for Tt Tie Brown, knowing where he lived took doing hate his right foot and leg were horribly He was tben takca escapes his observation. He sworn dutv was not worth having. hishim to'hs hous He to the Infirmary and Drs. Brown and mangled before the machine cold be nothing great has a keen sense of the redloulous and said that many cases got into circuit Carpeneer set to work to see the exstopped. He was taken out with out of most anything he court which rightfully ought to be tent of his injuries. They say he is difficulty and removed to a neignDors can make fun sees. Mr. Collier received a telegram tried in the police court, and advised cut and gashed from head to foot, but house and physicians quickly summon the war department Tuesday the jury to let the little, mousetrack strange to say is not seriously nan. says ne was ariving aiong not ed. The leg wbs amputated yesterday from asking him to wire his acceptance, matters alone. The police court can, He knowlng.that he was anywhere near a and the boy pied In the afternoon after was done. He will be ordered which when and ousht to look after them. The railroad,hying the first thing he knew Intense suffering. The boy was walk -in tne air. The engineer he was j charge was pronounced by many to be and doctors both say he must have ing across the machine and slippedj w uie rui wiwi "' No blame can be attached to anyone the best ever given in Our court house, been asleep. He is a son or squire K. a banquet at a number of sriends and it only goes to bear out The Rec Boyle, of Garrard, and about 24 years for the accident. The boy lived on Best Hotel, which was greatly en Burton assertion, that old. The team beloneed to Boyle-- Jb Mr. Byron Carters place and was a the ord's Barker, at Lancaster1 and bad joyed. working, good young man. Micah C. Saufley is one of the ablest been to Junction City to take a drui harh lawyers in the state of mer. judges and Graded Scbool. Prof. Patterson tells TnE Record to say the Graded School will open the second Monday in September, the 11th. It is very important that all pupils start in on that day, as it will greatly delay the workings of the cnlnitl f Ivivo nnnilc cfrnircrlSncr in fnr " " il , ri a vrccn. tu su filial nut; uiitiiuo mw have them ready. A PalBt Lick L The-Recor- house-breakin- TZ7 !r - The Big DtuiTille Fair Aug.30,31,Sep,l Bemeniber Danrille Tair 0KP Aug.80,31,Sep,l I Kentucky. He is- bo. mopsetrack judge, never ranging of on. taftalca - KotqIoojJ on $age 3, CRNTRA.L RECORD STEKC wehc sr LOUIS LA.KDRAt. Fubtlmker. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. S1.00 60 . .25 PIIACKWTIIXK. A. X Thompson sold 11 head of ma. cat D, C. Pullins. family Utrse died a Jew days.ago. C. B. Englemansold.eighteen hoats to B. L. Kelley at $2 per head. Rev. Echols will preach here next Sunday evening at 3:30 o'clock. D. C. Pullins sold fourteen shoats to Culley Henry at $1.50 per head. Several of our neighbors had business in town Saturday, but they didn't go to the circus though. A disease that is called the limber neck is killing the chickens by the wholesale in this vicinity. The local option fight is still on hand, both sides are going around with petitions getting signers. Misses Nannie and Cleo Spmma, of Richmond, are visiting their, aunt, Mrs. Bettie Pullins, of this place: Our Sunday school is jn a flourish ing condition. Sup't. John Wallace is putting his whole soul in the cause There are several candidates here to be initiated in the grand jury lodge if deputy Ward-e- n can get to serve papers on them. Born, on the 20th, to the wife of G J. Salter, a 12 pound boy, William Goebel, the mother and child are both doing well, but Gabe is badly off. We are glad to know that the I O O F. lodge at Lancaster has awoke from its Rip VanWikle nap and gone to work again, we used to be a member of that lodge and rode the goat a good many years ago. Rev. J. M. Yingling, pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords me much pleasure to recommend Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy. I have 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 sale by R. E. McRoberts druggist. Two Mormon elders held several days' meeting here. They denounce polygamy and preach from the same bible that other preachers do, and we don't see why it is that some of the little two by five cross road ministers that are preaching solely for a salary are ripping and tearing shirts, and say they ought to be driven out of the country. There is very little Christianity about such fellows. If they had a little Mormonism and not so much hypocrisy about m, would stand a better chance for heaven, this is a free country and a person has a right to serve God according to the dictates of his own conscience. JfT, HEBRON, yir, G. A, Bruce J, old eveq. hogs B. Bourne At $3.50 per hundred. to tle to Mr. Crow f J. C Fox bought . DANVILLE PAIR. Hemp is doing well. One fine pair of mules sold last week week in Lincoln county, for $300. It is never too late to dip, although the sooner after shearing the better. Old-FashioAt Richmond,Ky., last county court day, six good mules sold at an average of $110. Grand Corn has come out remarkably well, and the crop will be far better than was expected. BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT gives instant relief in cases of Bleed ing. Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Cuts, etc, Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stor mes. For catalogue send to Only a very few, if any, export cattle are left in Garrard. The Gibbs C. Bros., sold 45 to Beazley Bros., at 5c, which about cleans up the lot. The Harrodsburg Sayings reports sales of hogs at 4 cts; 700 lb steers,44c; two steer calves, $35; car load of fat hogs at 4 cts. HERBINE is well adapted to the cure of fevers of all kinds, because it thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humors, and ex pels all impure secretions of the body. Price SOcts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. It is always more profitable to breed from young ewes so far as possible, Young ewes produce healthy and vigor ous lambs at a less cost than old ewes. It is usually good practice to provide a litter of pigs with opportunities for learning to eat, and then to allow them and the dam to arrange the question of weaning to suit them selves. When this is done the period is usually passed over with practically no disturbance in the growth and thrift of the litter. A free and easy expectoration is produced by a few doses of CO US- SEN'S HONEY OF TAR, in all cases of Hoarsness, Sore Troat, or difficult of breathing. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. No matter to what class a horse may b long or what may be his employment nor how well trained he may be in This is now the most Gallery in Central Ky., having ot'ier gaits, if he is not a good flat- been recently equipped with f jored walker hejs seriously edificient. At this saason of the year it is particularly important that the sheep and The new discovery in optical science. Iwishtosayto the Ladies lambs should be provided with an that of salt. Salt will greatly aid. in prevenning loss by worms which are a serious manace to the sheepmen of Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mouldthe central States. ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be It Save the Children. appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lias the most Elaborate Paintings, airong the lot is the Jfew French saved the lives of thousands of croupy "FLEUR-DE-L- IS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, children. It is also withoul an equal Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require for colds and whooping cough. a dainty Frame. "When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. McRoberts Drug Store. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. The Stanford Journal says J. II Baughman & Co., are paying (55c for wheat and $1.90 for corn. They have many crops of wheat stored in their L. barn, and farmers think the price will rise. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT. Good Isu't It well worth your wnile to visit fowls are the Wy LANCASTER. KV andotte, the Plymouth Rock and the Cincinnati on the Queen Java. There are five varieties of the Thirty-Thousan- d Acres ValWyandotte, four varieties of the Plym & Crescent Sunday outh Rocks and three varieties of Ja- - Excursion from Junction City. Championship uable Hardwood Timber and SONS YlAX, IK ADVAXCX " ... THURSDAY August,24 - I89& Mormon klders continue to catch it in the neck in Kentucky Work on the hypocrits in your own churches, neighbors, before shooting at foreign ers. Charity begins at home, and you have lots of pruning to be done in your own vineyard. opened their Cam yesturday amid a great flourish of trumpets. Some fifteen or twenty speakers are now, together with the democratic orators, turned loose upon a long suffering public Even the orators express doubt as to whether or not a speech ever changed a vote, but the raging stump is always crowded by men of both parties who want to tell the dear "fellersiterzins" how it is . We would rather take a beating than to to made to listen to political speech or temperance lecture. paign The Republicans at London One of the most conservative and best balanced editors we have ever read after is Mr. Henry E. Woolfolk, of the Danville Advocate. He is a democrat of the old school, and believes in making a square, clean light in every contest. A very admirable trait is that he never blows off When he makes a statement you may depend upon his having studied the subject deeply. We have been reading the Advocate ever since he took charge, and have never seen it cast a chunck of mud at anyone, no matter how "sorry" the fellow on the other side of the fence may have been. The people appreciate journalism as managed by Mr. Woolfolk, as the big following of the Advocate goes to show. half-cocke- d. a 1,200 lb. steer from Grove Kennedy for 3c. Logan Thompson bought a nice 2- filly from John Cress for $35. year-ol- d J. H. Thompson and J. P. Ballard has returned from Rockcastle, with 109 nice sheep. G. A. Siler has gone to Whitley, Co;, with some horses and mules to trade to other stock. Mrs. Laura Conn, nee Adams, of Guthrie, Oklahoma, was visiting Mr. H. C. Cummins family last" week. Rev. W. Mc, Hutchins has commen ced a protracted meeting at Eflices church, assisted by Rev. Ubaks and Peck. Died, at the home of Richard Robinson his little babe which was about two yeais old. We' extend our sympathy to the family. On Monday, the 14 inst. Mr. Thos Breedlove and Miss Belie, daughter of Mr. Levy Bell, drove to this place and was quietly married by Rev. C. W. Clay. Congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Jones L. Andeison gave a nice supper Sunday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Menifee Elmore which was much enjoyed by all pres ent with much credit to Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. 'Foley's 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. IIickock, Curtiss, Wis. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Married at the home of W. H. Cum mins, Miss Hattie, the beautiful daughter of W. II. and Mrs. Mollie Cummins to Mr. Menifee Elmore by Rev. Mahoney at the Baptist church A nice supper followed at the home of Mr. Cummins which was much enjoy ed by about 00 including the scribe. May happiness crown their pathway through life. The sale at Land ram Burdett's was very well attended and things brought a very good price. Mrs. Farthing is selling off her fur niture and fowls, preparing to return to her home in Clark county. Saturday morning about 3 o'clock, the people at Lock No. 8 were very much frightened by a very hard storm. It blew the shanty boats loose and some landed about a half mile above. Misses Mary Ima Montgomery have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at Bohon. . .'.Mr and Mrs Will-iar- d Rogers are visiting relatives in Milliard Rogers are visiting relatives in Mercer. . . .Mrs Peggie Burdett and little daughter, Edna, spent Saturday nignt and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Mat Folger. . . . Little Sallie Marion Montgomery is very sick of brain fe ver.... Nellie Preston is also on the sick list. The Iff oat 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 AUG. 30, 31, Sept 1. Kentucky ned, Exhibition. $2,000. in Premiums. Military Band. Mule Race. Two Big Cake Walks. RoadsterSaddle Premiums $15 to$110 H. BRIGHT, Secty. Danville. SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW FLATWOODS. Mrs. Christian Grayson sold her farm for $1,800. Bob Kennedy (of col), lost a valuable horse last week. Mr. David Cloyd, of Rowland, spent Wednesday at W II Furr's Mr. Joe Fields, of Fleming county, spent Wednesday at W II Furr's.... Mrs. Mary Furr is visiting her mother, at Cloverdale, Ind., vho is very sick. Mr. Wm. Ward, deputy sheriff, was out in these parts Monday night and arrested Mont Kavanaugh (of color), on charge of breaking into a warehouse. A Narrow Kxciipe. 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- AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M' ROBERTS. STT. Fox Jlrz Gallery. DANVILLE, Th.oso Zienses FXiATTSR. MARKSBORY. Charley Durham, Henry Parks, Hughes Aldridge and others, have sold their wheat in Danville for Gic per bushel. Mr Ashley Arnold attended the Lexington Fair Miss Annie Perkins spent last week with friends and relatives in Lancaster Mr and Mrs X II Bogie attended the Lexington fair, and visited friends Miss Lynn. of Stanford, is the guest of Miss Mary Rout Miss Bane West, of Lancaster, visited Mrs T D Scott, Saturday and Sunday Miss Hallie Rice visit ed Miss Sue Bixler, at Ilarrodsburg, and attended the Lexington fair Rev. W M Kuykendall preached an excellent sermon Sunday, to a large Mr, and appreciative audience North and sister, of H ustonville, are visiting their cousins, Miss Lucy and Mr Wm Marsee Rev. and Mrs W M. Kuykendall have returned from a visit to their parents, Rev and Mrs, E. H Brookshire, at Bowling Green, Mr John West, of Deckard, Tenn., after an absence of eighteen years, is visiting friends and relatives in this community, and attended the Associ ation at the Fork church. The soothing and healing properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy, its pleasant taste and prompt and pei manent cures, have made it a great favorite with the people everywhere, For sale by R. E. McRoberts druggist. . The Recoud's name has been going the rounds in the stereotyped list of "papers who refuse to support We .have never said one word against Mr. Goebel and cannot see why we are place.d iu that column. We are not losing much more than twenty-fiv- e hours sleep per day worrying over who is to be governor of the state of Kentucky. We arc aware of the fact that, no matter who is governor, we will have to continue to work with might and main to keep going and while this little the other press boys are running up and down their respective sides of the fence, frothing at the mouth like boar shoals, we are turning out job work and furnishing our readers with all the home news. Send us a dollar and get The Recoud one year. Goe-bel- ." she-ban- g ' A Mother TellM How She Saved Her Little Daughter's Life. I am the mother of eight children and have had a great deal of experience with medicines. Last summer my little daughter had the dysentery in its worst form. We thought she would die. 1 tried everything 1 could think of, but nothing seemed to do her any good. I saw by an advertisement in our paper that Chamberlains Remedy was highly recommended and sent and got a bottle at once. It proved to be one of the very best medicines we ever had in the house. It saved my little STONE. daughter's life. I am anxious for every mother to know what an excelGeorge McQuerry sold to James Par lent medicine it is. Had I know it at ker a bunch of hogs at 4c. per. lb. first it would have saved me a great Ezekiel Boatright, of color, who lost deal of anxiety and my little daughter much suffering. Yours truly, Mis, his mind was taken to the Lexington Geo. F. Burdick, Liberty: R. I. For asylum" last week. Misses Mattie and Pearl Sanders sale by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. have have returned from a few days Stay South, Vouhk Man. visit at their aunts, Mrs. Mattie RobTliis is the advice of Joseph Helch- - erts at Lock No. 8. . . .Mr. and Mrs. T, er, a miner, who, witli a number of L Sanders, Peachie Mae, visited rela others, recently went from here to tives at Little Hicknan the latter part Illinoise to work in the mines. Bare of last week, and attended meeting. and with hardly ....A number of young folks from headed, no clorhes, he returned this week, here, attended the protracted meeting having walked the entire distance at Little Hickman Saturday night, home, and alad man was he on his Sunday, and Sunday night.... Mrs. arrival back to his old Kentucky home Hary Clouse visited relatives at Little He relates wonderful tales how, each Hickman last week.... Miss Blanche night, the camp is ridden with bullets Mitchell is the guest of Mrs. James by drunken mobs, the small pay they Anderson, ners Bryantsville this week received for work, and other disadvan and attending the association at the tages they found instead of the fairy Fork church Miss Elizabeth Tom- land that was promised them when linson of Bryantsville, has returned home from a visit with friends here. they left here Middlesboro News. John Lane visited friends and attended the suyper at Hubble last Friday The Eagle, Klae of all Birds. is noted for its keen sight, clear aud and Saturday... Mrs. distinct vision. So are those persons and daughters, Misses Bessie and Ger-triof Jessamine, visited T. L. Sanwho use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Miss Emfor weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any ders and family Sunday kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25cts ma Naylor. of Judson, was the guest lm of the Misses Sandeis Sunday. . . .Miss MePoberts Drug Store. Walker, of Jessamine, returned homo In testing a horse for his lameness last week, after a weeks "visit with Mr or the soundness of his action have Misses Nannie and Dusky East him brought fresh jrom the stable. and Mrs. Tivis Preston are visiting Horses frequently suffer from dlsor-- . the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Da ders which are not discernible directly vid Totten at Brodhead. after they have been exercised. No Right to Vellceaa. Spain's Greatest Need, The woman who is lovely in face, Mr. R.' P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, form and temper will always have spends his winters at Aiken S. ' C. friends, but one who would be attract Weak nerves had caused severe pains ive must keep her health. If she is in the back of his head. On using weak, sickly and all run down, she Electric Bitters, America's greatest will be nervous and irritable. If she Blood and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon has constipation or kidney trouble,' her left him. He says this grand medicine impure blood will- - cause piniplest is what his country needs. All Amer- blotches, skin eruptions and u wretch! ica knows that it cures liver and Kid- ed complexion. Electric Bitters Is the ney troubles, purifies the blood, 'tones best medicine in the world to regulate up the stomach, strengthens the neK stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu gives strong nerves, ves, puts vim, vigor and new life Into fy the blood. every muscle, nerve and organ of the bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich body. If weak, tired or ailing you complexion. It will make a good look n need It. Every bottle guaranteed, ing, charming- woman of a. only 50 cents. Sold by R, E. McRob- nvalid. Only 50 cents at R. E.r Mc- Roberte' Drug Store, a; erts, Druggist. lm Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea bare-foote- d, Polina-McCrears, nated in Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up ;to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured JUDSON. me, and thank God, I am saved and George Grow and John Ray are erec- now a well and healthy woman." ting a new store house at Judson for Trial bottles free at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and W. T. West. $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded. Chickens are dying of cholera by the score in this community. In IHemorlum. Measels have broken out in Miss Alas The grim monster has just Sallie Anderson's school, causing a spread his sable wings over the comnumber to stay at home. munity and taking our beloved friend, Mrs. Lizzie Teaterand Mrs. Lucy Mrs. James Spillman. She passed Daviess, of Gunn's Chapel were the from earth to heaven on Tuesday, guests of Mrs. George Grow Miss Aug 15th. 1899, as the sun sank behind Lizzie Tomlinson, of Bryantsville, is western hills, in Attica Indiana, visiting friends in this and Stone com the at home of her sister, Miss Kate Bur munity Messrs. Brack Grow and rows. The following Jim Simpson made a pleasure trip to town, her funeral was day in same held at home Cincinnati Sunday Mrs Nick Lane of her neice, Miss Kate Finney, then and wife are spending a few days.with her remaines were brought to old relatives at Nina Mrs. Susan Turner has returned home after spending Paint Lick for burial. The last sad were performed- by Mr. several weeks with her daughter, M s rites there Crawford, the. pastor. Her neice, Mrs, Mose Simpson, of Little Hickman. Earl, of Falmouth, Ky. who kept Where the digestion is good, ar.d vigil of sacred body in transit to Kenthe general powers of the system in. a tucky was taken by Mrs. Spillm;in, healthy state, worms can find no hab- wnere a wee girl, in early orphanhood itation in the human body. WHITE'S reared and educated as her own. Be CREAM VERMIFUGE not only de ing childless, she also took the brothstroys every worm, but corrects all de ers, James and Joe Burrows, now in rangements of the digestive organs, Texas, t great credit upon Price 25cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. their aunt and foster mother,:for many noble characteristics, developed from her precept and example. Mrs. Spill- NINA. man was born near Philadelphia, in Rev. A. J. Trible, our old and dear 1818, and in that quaker city spent ly beloved pastor, filled Pastor Wills her girlhood. She married Mr. James pulpit at Freedom church Saturday Spillman in 1845, took her permanent and Sunday. A good crowd each day abode in the village of Lowell in this all glad to see the old Pastor one time county, enjoyed 52 years of connubial bliss. She was a very superior educamore. tor, many of generations of past half a Mr. O. J. Mbberly sold a fat cow for century are reaping the harvest from 330. Mr. James Layton and Jno. Yo- labors. minds ter are in the mountains to buy hogs well started devout from her woman. was a christian Mr. R. L. Kelley bought some hogs She Her influences were' ever for good, last week at 3i. raising fallen hunanity,loving, serving Some will begin cutting tobacco and exalting- her creator, which sugthis week which is of fine quality but gested to the writen the average is small, only about "0 per "You may break, you. may shatter 1 be vu-if you will, cent of a crop-M- the they F. HUBBLE. vas. - Keep Quiet. and use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural looseness of the bowels. It always cures. McRoberts drug store, Have" you a flock of sheep on the farm? If not, why not? Don't you know that they are the best animals known for the extermination of weeds, besides being very profitable to raise, Indi ana, Iowa and Wisconsin who went across the waters for stallions are all returning home, the horses stood the trip very well, and they one and all say, that good horses are in 'the old country. Blotches and excresences, which so often annoy people, are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper perfoimance of her duties. HERBINE will ajd and assist nature in her work, and ensure a skin clear and beautiful, entirely free from all imperfections. Trice 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Farmers who want-tkeep right up to date on on ail matters pertaining to land, stock Tand crop, should subscribe for the FaVmers Home Journal, Louisville. t Its on $1 iperyear and leads the procession in farm papers. The record for mule buying. Ky., was broken last week when D. C. Terhune &.:Co., bought 164 head, paying from $10 to $50 each for them. They were, shipped- to Pennsylvania. They also engaged a few extra sugar colts at $42 50 to $47.r 50 for Jafhies & Terhune-- . , Weak Eyes Are ITfade Strong. did vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually, cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye salve. Its put up in tubes, anil sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store very-scarcIn.Har-rodsburg, - SunAnd many other attractions day, Aug, 20th. See small bills or call on your ticket agent for particulars. BALL. GAME! next PARKER'S Mineral Lands for Sale in South-Easter- n Kentucky. Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Importers from Ohio, Illinois HQ BALSAM HAIR bcmaUfics th Clami ant lozaxUnt frowtli.balb VroiaotM KeTer Tills to Sector Onf Cam mlp diwuci k hair '". Oc,md tliXJU Drajgita JOHN T. JOHNSTON Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst of Pythias, meets every Friday Allvis-itin- g W. McC JOHNSTON, night in Odd Fellows hall. who-reflec- JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Civil. Engineers Knights are fraternally invited. ant Sunrejors, Ed Bishop, C. C. LANCASTER, KY J. S. Haselden, K.R.& S Is absolutely necessary to the yonn man or young woman who would win success in lite. This being conceded t is or first Importance to get your training at the school that strands in the Very front rank A BUSINESS EDUCATION THE .BRYANT BOOK-KEEPIN- STBATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLE, KY. COLLEGE - rs. e SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHY. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In his line Graduates ot this college preferred by business nouses. Write for a beautiful book Riving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United Utates It will be mailed to yoi' FREE. O. J. Moberly is visiting rel- But the sceut of the roses Will cling round it still" Mrs. Wm. Broad- atives in Madison dus, of Madison, is visising her mother, Mrs. Laurence Lain.. ..Rev. A. J. Trible stopped with 'Mrs. Watson Ba'llew, his aunt, when over to fill 'I. J. Wills at Freedom.... Mrs Mary'C. Waleen, of near Levy, 111.; is visiting-hefather, Nick Ross, in this section'. . Mrs W ;T Cotton, of Levy is visiting ner host of relatives' and friends in "Garrard and Madison counties. ' As she' was expected not to live long just a few weeks' ago it "was a great surprise to learn of her being In our midst but truely'all are glad' to know of her speedy recovery and welcome ber to their enibrace as' though she had risen from the'dead. She also brought 'witti Tier a sweet4ittle girl, Lucile, of about 8'years that we have ; . never seen before. Blsniarcli'a Iron Was the res'ultof hjssplehdid health Indomltab will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, useDr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power hodyv Only25c at R. ,E if braln-,an' Irfi McEoberts Druggist Friend. No one knows the unbearable torture, 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 OINTMENT Is ac infallible cure. Prtce50 cts. in bottles, tubes "acts. C. C. & j. E;' Stormes. . Where grasshoppers are thick, a few turkeys will dogood service and quickly convert the grasshoppers into Thanksgiving cheer and at the' same time give the1 crops" a chance for- living. During the civil war, as well asnl our late war with Spain,4 diarrhoea was one of the most troublesome , diseases the army had to co'ntc'hd with. In many instances It became chronic and the old soldiers still suffer from it. Mr. David Taylor of Wind Ridge, Greene Co., Pa., is one of these. He uses Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and says he never found anything that would give him such quick rellef. It is for sale by B. E. McEobertsdrvigglst. - 33rd NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT C. A. R. PHILADELPHIA i- - September 1st to 4th. lm a boar will produce good litters when one year old. Many a disappointment has. resulted from the.use of a younger hog- - A well developed sow mayprrduce good results when farrowing at the same age. Bnt one; which has undergone any set back in growth had better be held for services until this time. Ceaghed 35 yean I suffered for 25 years with a cough, and ppnt, bdi3dTeb fof.'dolterg'wIth doctors a u for wedicidetov no avail Low Round Trip Rates from nil points South. Ifyourtkkets read via the Queen, & Crescent Route, you can go one way (from Cincinnati) and return another. You can stop over at Washington City for a visit, and are also entitled to one if you want it. Side trips have been arOther stop-overanged for at nominal rates from Philadelphia to Gettysburg, the Virginia battlefields, and the sea shore resorts. The train service north via the If well grown, Queen & Crescent Route ; ili ofstheas ver it, pleasant finest character, and makes, a pleasure trip of this kind as is possible 'to make one. v UMsH MU are proviueu on tHU. KIU.INK night trains. All through trains run on fast schedules and are vestibuled. Day coaches are provided with lavatories, smoking rooms and other conveniences for 'a lon trip; arid the Pullman Sleepers are of the mmm It skighest standard. Remember ? 111 vntrtmwmmm ilM Farther parttmlaw Madly 1 itriitM nr oma t dm mtfm asm ' cr run-dow- ey. ,lt has saved my lire, J . u. Rosen. Graateburg, III. McRoberts Drug lm. i Store. until isDrt BU'8WTtt:Hj- - ;0:,L tlinSMrVMMBWM MHT, CHATTAltaeSMt TtNM. Imimi,- - MNM.W.ZMX. MVMlMi HtHHH t MWi CtMOlMMATi, W. C. RlNEARSON. bh Mam. aot, am&muen. Frank Warfcabury are spending the wefc at. Beaton Harbor, Hlehfgaa, MUEIgle Logan, who has been visA Mat. THURSDAY. Augusta 1890 iting her aunt, 3Irs. Hollie Carlton, Wavtrly Times: An exchange says, retured to her home in Perryville. "it is reported that one of Bolivar's 3Iisses3Iargaret, Nell, Charlotte and fastidious newly married ladies kneads Josephine Wearren, of Stanford, are bread with hergloves on." The inciA500T PEOPfcE. visiting their aunt, 3Iiss Jennie Dun- dent may be somewhat peculiar, but there are ofiherr. The editor of this can. paper needs bread with his shoes on, Mesdamcs W. Burnside, of Barbour-villJ. Mort Kothwell is attending he needs it with his pants on, and unand Donald McDonald, of Dan- less Court this week. the delinquent readers of this ville, are visiting their parents, Squire Mrs. Eobert Elkin is reported very sheet pay up before long he will need and Mrs. Kinnaird. much better this week. it without a darned thing on. Ex. 3Iesdames R. E. McRoberts and II. Miss Mary Duni; of Danville, is the 31. Candidate for Legislature. Ballou, and Misses Ballou, of Stanguest of Miss Eugenia Bush. Capt. Alex. Doty told The Record ford, have returned from a pleasant Monday that he was a full fledged Ed. Bishop has been enjoying a rest visit to Dripping Springs. candidate for representative of Garat Dripping Springs this week. 3Irs. Ira Partin will leave next Sat- rard county, and was in the race to Miss Mary Gill has v .Jurned from a urday to visit relatives in Artemus, win. Capt. Doty is well posted on pleasant visit to Barbourvilh. Knox county. Rev. Partin was pastor men and matters and will make agood at that place for five years. representative. Vernon Richardson, a Danville He tells us that if was in this city Monday. Misses Nora and Leila Ray and Kel-le- y elected he will be his own boss and Burton, of Buckeye, are visiting will nou be controlled by any clique or Miss Mary Noel, pf Danville, is the Mrs. J. F. Adams and attending the clan. He expects to vote for such Loyd Ileiring. Ruest of measures as he believes are for the association at Fork church. Rev. J. Massee returned Monday 3Irs. Uriah Simpson gave a dining betterment of state afiairs. from a month's vacation to Louisville. Friday to the following ladies: 3Irs. muck Oratory. Mr. J. R. Ilarris and wife, of Lin- Geo. Farris, 3Iiss Louise Farris Misses Hon.C.C.McChord,democratic candidcoln, visited relatives here this week. Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith. ate for railroad commissioner, addressMiss Tevis Carpenter is the guest of 3Iiss Grace Kinnaird has returned ed a crowded house inLancaster3Ionday Bush, Richmond street. from a visit to relatives in Barbours- - afternoon. 3Ir 3IcChord is exceedingly well posted on men and matters Among the visiting attorneys is the ville. She has been quite ill for and is a fluent speaker. His remarks days, but is much better today. Hon. Richard C. Warren, of Stanford. were well chosen, and took well with 3Iiss 3Iary Weizer, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Owsley have the crowd. He was followed by Hon. returned from a visit to Lower Gar- accompanied 3Iiss Lettie Brown to R. C. Warren, who shook the roof this city and will be entertained by with his big voice and strong points. rard. 3Iisses Allie, Bettie and 3Iary Ander Hon. John T. Hays then made a few Miss Nina Atkinson left Monday to son. house-partwell chosen remarks which took well in Cincinattend a swell Lexington Herald: 3Iiss 3Iaggie with the crowd. nati. Tomlinson, of Lancaster, who lias Miss Theo Hemphill went to Louis- been visiting Novel AUvcrtluiiitr. in Fleminsburg, is with ville to meet and return with her paher relatives on South Broadway on The 3Iiddlesboro News says A. 31. rents. Kinnaird, of that city, has struck novher way home el scheme for advertising the $3 CinHon. Robert Harding is attending Hon. John Sam Owsley, common- cinnati excursion Saturday, and at the our court. He is a popular man in wealth's attonrey, is on hand at court, same time will afford some fun. At Garrard. making the road of the criminal a 5:30 this afternoon in front of Mr. Louis Herndon and sister, Miss hard one to travel. Garrard folks are store time will be called, and Annie, are visiting relatives in Childs-bur- fond of Sam. and they can be counted to the person who sits the longest on Ky. upon to stand by him when he wants a block of ice, a free ticket will be Miss Nellie Anderson, of Greensburg, anything. given to Cincinnati and return. He Ind., is visiting her mother, Mrs. SuMiddlesboro News: W. S. Sandifer, will have a number of blocks of ice so san Anderson. who, until recently, worked in the that all may be accommodated who Mr. A. C. Stagg and wife, of 3Ianufacturer's Bank, lias secured a believe tliev are the real thing, and jire visiting Mr. John 31. positioj as for the Alta-mo- everyone is invited to try for the free Logan and family. Coal Co., at Altamont, Ky. ticket. Hon. John W. Yerkes was over from These mines were lately purchased by Fall and Winter Suits. Danville yesterday to look after some Squire W. H. Kinnaird and other I have just received Wanamaker and business in court. capitalists from Lancaster, and they samples, Mr. Harry Fox, lias returned to are making preparations to develop Brown's absolutely fresh and attractive, with a guarantee Eaton, O., after a visit to his sistei, them to their fullest extent. on material, workmanship and fit. 3Irs. Jacob Joseph. With 40 years experience they defy 3Iiss Lula and Ethel Grant, of DanA Public Library. competition in quality and prices. ville, are visiting their grandmother, 3Ir. A. L. Wilhitt is in town with I also handle the goods from the Jlrs. Harriett Price. the idea of establishing a station of great Western Tailoring company, of 3rrs. Jacob Joseph and daughter, of the new Parmelee system of the Chicago, which is up to date in style Miss 3Iarie. have returned from a vis- Traveling Library. This plan is prac- and down to date in prices. Suits it to Dripping Springs. tically the same as that in vogue in made by the best tailors, cut to your 3Ir. J. H. Garrison, of El Dorado, Chicago and other large cities, that is, measure, sewed throughout with the Ark., joined his wife and son, Master a Central Library is divided up into best standard silk, at $!) to $30. ComProcto, here Saturday. sections, or divisions, and sent to pare goods and prices before buying. 3Iiss Kate Walker and nieces, Bertha different parts of the city. In this No tit no pay. 31. D. Hughes, Agt. and Mary Burnside, are spending this case, the central Library is the home Don't Rlns So Lonsr. ottice of the company and the stations week at Dripping Springs. The darndest nuisance in Lancaster are located in different towns in the reJ. C. Hemphill and wife have is the court house bell. It is large turned from two weeks' visit to state. He lias furnished the editor a enough for a city fire alarm, and can catalogue of the Central Library. It French Lick Springs, Ind. lists 1,000 books, and comprises, we be heard for miles in the country. It 3Irs. Hiram Hyatt and little daugh- believe, as complete and interesting a is rung frequently half dozen times a ter, Margaret, of Lexington, are Mrs. of books as we have never seen. day, and while in operation its almost Emma Kauff man's guests. We have also looked into the financial impossible to hear one's voice on the 3Irs. Jane Waif and son, Lawrence, standing of the company and find them Square. If a pig trots across the of Danville, are guests of 3IrsHollie O. K.. They are incorporated for street, some fellow proceeds to ring Carlton' on Lexington street. over half of which is paid up. Let- this bell, and when a trial comes up S. W. Walter, and children, 3Iack ters from leading banks of Chicago and Dave Ross rings from two to three and 3Iyrtle, of Oklahoma, are visiting Des 3Ioines. report them as having hours, by the watch. People of a nerfulfilled all their agreements for the vous temperment believe that one his brother, Dr. B. P. Walter. 13 odd years, that they have been in hour's continual ringing is sufficient 3Ir. and 3Irs. J. E. Stormes and the library work. The day has gone to notify all concerned of the time by when we need tell an intelligent and will be obliged if Dave will slow people that we need a library; "this is down a little. granted. The only questson now is, A Fine Show. CENTRAL BECORD. Mare Iacal. I' I Ci;-"jc- e, people and audience wereattUe mrcy of a drunken, contemptible: mob of ruffians. These toughs yelled at the performers, annoyed the audienee and indulged in conduct which was disgusting in the extreme. No officer appeared to make any effort toward keeping order, which fact does not speak well for our authorities. Cooper & Co., paid enormous prices for everything they got here, and it looks pretty bad that they should not ba protected from the annoyance and insults by a lot of drunken toughs. Beside this, the people who paid to attend the performance should be given protection. How long are the people going to pay taxes and get no police will permit, to advance and promote the warfare that all Christian citizens and voters ought to be working against legalized crime, I hope, that as long as life and reason shall last with me, to be found an ardent advocate and supporter of the principles enacted in the platform accompanying this nomination. With the wish that every temperance advocate in the State may become aroused and quickened to a sense of duty during the coming campaign, believe me, as ever for prohibition. O. T. Wallace. GOING DOWN HILL People suffering from Kidney Diseas- . , es, feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality. They should lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure, a Guaranteed Preparation. I j j I Luhs Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumptson Honey will cure it, Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r and give such strength to the lungs THE FAIR NEXT WEEK. that a cough or a cold will not settle cents at McRofc-ert- s there. Twenty-fiv- e Tilings Rapidly Slmplns up for tbe Drug Store. lm of the Year In Blssot SIiow Bluecras. much-talked STORMED DRUO STOKE j TERRIBLE CONFLAGRATION. Miss-Anni- al y Kin-naird- 's Next week the of Danville Fair comes off. It commences on Wednesday, the 30th and continues for three days. As the time approaches the indications of a successful week increase. And with big premiums and all of the novelties, there is no reason to expect anything else. There are no fairs in the State to conflict seriously with this one, and all of the big stables of show horses will naturally come this way. The premiums offered are liberal enough to attract the best. The $110 roadster ring and the $100 saddle ring are samplespaid in cash, without discount. The balloon ascension each day, the big cake walks, the pretty baby rings, the fancy turnout prize and the premium for the worst turnout, to say nothing of other innocent diversions, will draw the crowd. The music will be the very best obtainable. Go to this fair and meet your friends from all over the t Narrow Averted Saturday Night. Fire In Dangerous Locality. blue-gras- s. g, book-keep- nt Harry Ge-t- Funny. Harry Giovannoli, of the Danville, Advocate, opened his head and spake: "Louis Landram, theclevereditorof Lancaster Record, is very muchoverhet over the prospect of the Southern road passing through "Danville, instead of perforating his own town. Its this way, Louis. When the Southern railroad folks told the news editor of this paper that they wanted to come through Dan ville, whether or no, the news editor told them not to do it, that Lancaster needed the road worsc'n we did, but the railroad men insisted that Danville was too good a thing to lose, and they'd come here if possible. But, that's all right, old boy. If the Southern insists upon annexing us, we'll do a little expanding on our own account and take in all of Garrard county, including Lancaster, and we'll locate the union depot right in your public square, which will then be the geographical center of Danville. There's nothing small about us." Danville people's neighbors havent a thing which Danville people will not cheerfully divide with themselves. Letter of Acceptance. Point Leavell, Ky., Aug. 9. 1899, Francis E. Beauchamp, Sec'y. Mrs. st at the recent State Prohibition Lexington, Ky Dear 3Iadam: Replying to yours of the 5th inst. notifying me that I was, Con- 0, i 1 TRY 1 Yucatan Tasteless I Chill Tonic I I a 7 THE GUARANTEED CURE. 0m ( Tmk m t l$i,YUCATAH. 2 Wtthltt SubttHut: PMCFf RDC. how can one bese be established and maintained? This is unquestionably fie cheapest and most practicable 2 system of supplying libraries that we have ever seen. The books are carefully selected by competent persons, by and the library is kept supplying the latest and most popular books at no additional cost to the patrons. If the station be established , at this town, of course arrangements must be made while 31 r. Wilhitt is here. Leading citizens of neighboring towns are patronizing the Library h liberally. Cooper & Co's one i t t jf uicRoBerts. ring circus drew a big crowd to town Saturday At both performances the tent was crowded. The show is one of the best on the road, the performers being far above the average. The Japs, the educated horse, Bernatta the clown, the band and many other features were greatly enjoyed and 3Ir. Hennessy, the manager, and 3Ir.Oatman, ringmaster.are clever gentlemen, and they permit nothing objectionable under their canvass. The show is one which can be visited by the most refined people. Piles! PUts! The best people of the town and Why be bothered with this annoy- county patronized the show. In the ing complaint when Banner Salve will afternoon the order was splendid but cure you. 25c C.& J. E. 3toimes. at night we regret to say the show vention, accorded the honor of nomination for Governor upon the Prohibition ticket at the ensuing Novem ber election, allow me to say that I am altogether unable to express to you and the noble and selfsacrificing women and men who attended that convention, the sense of honor and pride which I attach to such a com Feeling and knowing my pliment. unworthiness of such an honor, I can not have my willing consent to accept, but as was said upon the floor of that convention by our gallant and faith ful, tried and true, Col. T. B. Demaree, to one of the newspaper reporters could not refuse anything the Prohibition party might give me, or put upon me", or words to that effect. With this love and veneration for the Prohibition cause and all that it stands for and with the desire that the interests of the cause of Prohibi bitions may be upheld, I shall, as above said, unwillingly accept the distinguished honor, and although unable, on account of pressing home to make anything like a full canvass of the State, I promise you and the Prohibition party in Kentucky to do all that mylimitedtime and means duties Saturday night about, 8:30 o'clock, two young ladies at 3Ir. E. W. Harris' residence saw a flame shoot from the kitchen roof of the Hamilton Ho tel, on Danville, street. They telephoned quickly to Clay Hamilton who rushed up stairs and saw, what to all seemed, a fatal blaze. The alarm was given and people flocked to the spot. The lire caught from a defective chim ney or flue in the second story of the frame building and had eaten between the ceiling and roof. Smoke poured from the eaves and filled the entire building. Everyone who saw it believed the house doomed, and a hasty removal of furniture, etc., was com menced. The roof was cut into, a big HAS NATURE WARNED YOU 7 blaze extinguished and many left Nature herself clad in the early garbs of prior, blouoms forth trees and flowers causing' thinking the fire out. 3Ir. S. C. Den the despondent chord to vibrate to this, the ny, cashier of the .National Bank, most delightful of all, springtime and how do feeling, feel? Have thought otherwise and remained on yon forerunner of you that tired shakyTyphoid Chills, Malaria and the Fever? If so, yon must the roof. His belief was well founder'. as it Is an indication of not pass this warning sickness: avoid this: Cures INDIGESTION for in less time than it takes to till it, consult us as our advice costs you nothing. Call on your druggist and procure a bottle of another blaze shot out and the . came Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Take m The entering wedge for day at bed time six days; then the hard fight. 3Ir. Denny's energy one dose aprocuring a bottlefor Yucatan Chill nearly all Diseases the JJfc follow by of 3J spurred up others and several soon Tonic, following the directions and after two 21 human system is heir to. etf weeks' course of these two great remedies, you climbed the ladders and passed buck- will feel like the flowers look in the spring. Prepare yourself for the malarial hot season ets to the gallant young hanker, who when the atmosphere is full oforgerms. If continued to dash the water until ev- necessary and when your system warns you. ery spark was extinguished. Fortu repeat tne above. These Remedies in stock i For Sale by ana sola oy lv. E. 3IcRobcrts. nately a cistern is located directly back R. E. Mcltoberts of the building, for had it been necessary to carry water any distance the building would have been consumed. Had it burned, the houses of 3Ir. Book- out, 3Iisses Tillett and H. A. B. 3Iarksbury would surely have gone CAN SELL YOU too, as they are only a few feet apart, and, with only buckets to fight with, the saving of them would have been out of the question. In addition to this, Thompson's Jewelry store is only a few feet on the opposite side, and, as it has several unprotected windows, the chances are it too would have caught. Had it done so, the fire would have wiped out of the Public Square (from Thompson's to and including the post office). This sounds a little unreasonable but when it is remembered that we have abso lutely nothing but buckets with which to fight lire, and the only water sup Commission Merchants, NOTARY PUBLIC, ply being from a few private cisterns, it can be readily seen that should one BRYANTSVI LLE, KENTUCKY big building burn it would be impos sible to save adjoining property. So Land Saverjor ani for general was the belief that all below UNION STOCK YARDS, on Danville street would burn, that we folks living along there packed our AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO belongings and had them ready to be - CINCINNATI, O. moved out. This miraculous escape ought to cast Information regardinglivestockcliecrORGANIZED 1883. a wet blanket over some of the kickers who are "erposed" to water works. fully furnished. Consign your stock di NATIONAL BANK, With one hose turned into the Ham 'Phone 734 U ilton building the fire would been in ect to us. OF LANCASTER. TZ. stantiy drowned out, much excitement prevented ana Mrs. liamiltons furni ture saved from almost complete Capital, $50,000 horse-power, had'ac-complishni Tit-Bit- s. Insure All It. Employes. The Montreal Street Jtaihvay company has at its own cost insured all its employes against accident or total disablement to the extent of $1,000. A substantial increase of wages has been granted to nil motormen and conductors who have been in the service of the company for two years, while free uniforms will be supplied to those of five years standing. These concessions, which huve been granted by the company of its own volition, will mean the payment of about $35,000 extra per to the men. PromlHluff Prospect. Edwina How is Mr. Dlushmnn getting along? Has he proposed yet? Edith Xo; but he's improving. The first night he called he held the album in his hands all the evening, the second night he had my pug dog in his arms; last night he held Willie on his lap for an hour. I have hopes. ! i Stopping; m Fir WeeX, According to a foreign exchange recent experiments carried out at the machine works of Offenbach show that with the proper appliances itls possible to stop even a large fly wheel within a, j fraction of a second. By means of two brakes affixed to the flywheel of J3Q j making SO" revolutions per minute, the "whole of the machin- ery was brought to a standstill in less j than a second after the fly wheel of a revolu- 1 tion." i J 1 1 1 German 1 1 1 liver 1 P Powder 1 1 p Price, 25 Cents. 5j LILLARD Ac DAIVVILLE, KY. STOUT, Paint Wall Tintings one-four- Cheapar than any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced W. HHOSHAL&CO, J. X. DUNN Apt Cattle,Hogs,Sheep - PITMS Please Remember The building is damaged probably $100, and the furniture probably twice that amount. 3Ir. and 3Irs. Letcher Owsley had many of their handsome Driaai presents smashed and his libra ry was scattered to the four winds The usual 'number of gasbags stood uuouu in ine way ana loia now it "or-ter" be done. A TIMELY HINT. Ton should be wise and see that your blood is rich and pure and your whole system put in a perfectly healthr condition Iit the nse of Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then you will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver rowaer is tne nest medicine money can buy. The middle of the year is past and settling time is at hand. I Surplus Fund BUSINESS SOLICITED. 10,000 Careful and Prompt Attention Gnaratsd J. K. IIiaaiNBOTHAM Lxwia Y. Need the Money due me and must insist that my friends call in Preslden Ca&nlet Lkavill. Assistant Cash'c Bookkeepei DIRECTORS: B. F. Hudson-- . W. O. Rignky (7. D. Walkbb Far your Cl try Dr. Otto's Saruftt Gum NIMffl. Pric 25 an 60 BottU. Far sale by and settle. E. E 3IcRoberts Sallie D. Tillett. j.m.hlosinbotham, J.S.Johnson, H.C. Arnold, Jb. AX.XX.GI8B8, i.xttis y.lay1ll, T.M.Aknold, B.F. Hudson. t.t 1 f. J.J.Walxkb ICll t. fiS m El ii m Sales of f FINE CLOTHING, SHOES and HATS Our Mid-Summ- er f P m m Cpntinue. They Are Enormous. . NO RESERVE. DANVILLE. ES 1 E3 1 1 m EVERY SUIT IN OUR HOUSE REDUCED TO Tmm,JL L. FROHMAN & CO. Mi demonstrated ten thousand that it U almost Infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR WEAKNESSES. Irregularities and derangements. It haa become the leading remedy for this class, of troubles. It exerts a wonderfully healing, strengthening and soothing influence upon It cures tho menstrual organs. whites" and falling of the womb. It stops flooding and relieves aup pressed and painful inenstruaUon. For Change of Life it is the best medicine made. It is beneficial during pregnancy, and helps to bring children into homes barren for yearn. It invigorates, stimulates, strengthens the whole sysis offered tem. This great remedy "Why will to all afflicted women. any woman Buffer another minute with ccrtnin relict within reach? Wine of Cardui only costs $1.00 per bottle at your drug ttore. Tor mdricr, in eatn rrculrln 3 trxeial Unction, addrtn, citing tymptamt. the "Iodic Chattanooga Med- NAME RECALLS TRAGEDY. Stream la Colorado Christened Spaniards the River of Lost Soals. When Spain owned all Mexico and Florida, as the vast region of the Mississippi valley was called long before the United States had an existence as u separate government, the commanding officer at Santa Fe received an order to open communication with the coun try of Florida. For this purpose an infantry regiment, was selected. It left Santa Fe rather late in the season and wintered at a point on the old trail now known as Trinidad. In the spring the colonel, leaving all camp followers be hind him, both men and women. marched down the stream, known to the Mexicans as the Itiver le Purgatoire. but to the Americans .in Colorado, through which the river flows, as the Pickctwire," which flows for many miles through magnificent canyons. Not one of the regiment returned or was ever heard of. When all hope had departed from the wives, children and friends left behind at lrmidad, information was sent to Santa Fe and a wail was sent up through the land. The priests and people then called this stream "El ltio de las Animal I'erditas (the river of lost souls)." Years after, when the Spanish power was weakened and French trappers came into the country under the auspices of the fur 'companies, they adopted a more con cise name; they called the river "Le rurgatoire." Then came the great American bullwhackcr. Utterly unable tb twist his tongue into any sucn Frenchified expressions, he called the stream with the sad story "Pickctwire, and by that name it is Jmown to all frontiersmen, trappers and the settlers along its banks. ARTIFICIAL-LIM- B BUSINESS. 1 FROM ALL OVER THE STATE. A KENTUCKY SHOOTING. THE FALL MEETING. 1 The War with Spain Had No Effect Some Improvements Recently Made. The only wounded soldier of the late war who has reached New York and been supplied with an artificial leg was a member of the Astor battery, says the New York Commercial Advertiser. During the civil war 40,000 men were deprived of limbs, and in the recent war only 30, half of whom met with their losses either in camp or on war vessels, not in action. The manufacture of artificial limbs has been developed rapidly of late: one firm alone in this city has on its books the names of 70,000 persons who have been or are to be supplied with artifi cial limbs. The proprietor of one of the largest manufactories in this city said recent- "Wars have very little effect on our business. The railroads are the greatest destrovers of life and limb, not ex- epting disease. I find that 100,000 per sons are killed or maimed yearly on the railroads of the United States alone. principally employes, a very small per centage being passengers. Up to this me the manufacture of artificial limbs has been considered a local in- ustry, but so great a degree of perfec tion has been attained thnt New York manufacturers are shipping to all parts of the world." Recent improvements are the rubber hand and foot. The ductile fingers are made of Norway iron, the most malleable of metals, which enables the per son wearing the hand to have it easilv assume any position. The improved foot has a spring mattress embodied in the rubber, which gives it greater elasticity, durability and natural action than those with articulated joints used formerly. NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CURED. 0. 0. 0. Old Two Hrothert nnJ the ilar.lial Undet Arrent "I lie Former Ar llaUly Wounded and l iiclcr Guard. 23. Moreiikad,' Ky., Aug-Thai Thompson brothers and Bob Moody, who were enyaged in the Split with the marshal at Farmers, Saturday nipht. in which Lige Fuller and others were wounded, were arrested Monday night. The sheriff found two of the Thompsons at home seriously wounded. These were placed under guard until they are able to come into court. The others will be tried at this Much feeling exists between the friends of the Thompsons and Town Marshal Scott. The Thompsons had Scott arrested, charged with shooting Warren and Will Thompson. He gave bond and will be tried Satur. . The Programme of the LouUyllle Driving and Fair Association, Uj;ln-nl- ur September 25. n Louisville. Ky.. Aug. 22. The programme of the regular fall meeting of the Louisville Driving and Fair association has been announced by Secretary Frank P. Kenny. Forty thousand dollars in purses is offered by the association. The meeting will begin Monday, September 25, with the Kentucky Matron stakes for trotters, S7.000. and the Commercial Club stakes, 12,000 for pacers. An excellent programme has been arranged for the five succeeding days, ncluding the Douglass stakes for ,000 for 2:13 trotters, the ifelback stake, $2,000, and the Louisville stake, S3. 000. All the stake races have been osed, but there are yet 14 purse events to close by September 9. The best harness horses in the country are entered. REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN. Uar-bec- a a !. a IS People. n UlCat DltttSl(l& i ni...!.M lW UUk It Gives Them day. Uov. Itratl.ey Appoium Commissioners. Fi:AXKKonr. Ky., Au?. 30. The gov- ernor has appointed the following this state to the southern exposition to be held in Now York Opens at Loudon, Laurel County. In this fall: James F. lSuckner, of Louis-viall'olitlcal Demonstration and a Lucas Moore, statu commissionjldriinry Department," The Ucu. 'Jaylor is the only remedy which can build up and strengthen peaks. er of agriculture, of Frankfort; Mayor icine Co., ClMttanooga, Tmii. old neonle. because it is the only one which is guaranteed Ilhiuoek, of Covington; lliltz. of NewFbaxkfort, Ky., Aug. 23. The re- free from potash, mercury, arsenic and other damaging Rev. . W. SMITH. Camden, S. C. ssyi: wile used Wine o! Cardui at horns "My port; Sunrall, of Lexington; Townsend, rjublican state campaign oncned at minerals. ft is made from roots and herbs, and has no chemicals whatever for falling of the womb and It entirely in it. S S S. cures the worst cases of Scrofula, Cancer. Eczema. Rheumatism, of liowlinp Green; Small, of Ovvcns-bor- London, Laurel county, Tuesday in a cured her." Tetter. Open Sores. Chronic Ulcers, Boils, or any other disease of the blood. Willis, of Shelbvvillc. mammoth political demonstration and .. - sooics on uiese diseases win m wuii iiw uj o m. uimu L.vi'd Three With a broken Neck. barbecue. Gen. W. S. Taylor, the nom- speak. fiirli" School Currieulnm. SPANISH BLOOD IN IRELAND. Louisvim.k. Ky., Au.'. 10. Mrs. Lucy nec for governor, will 4"OI LEOE" StronjjMt Southernntinls. the pverof a a CAUSE AND EFFECT. perhapa: in rsiif election law whrre. Six Iniuwaee. without ettra charge. KY Blimic died Thursday from a broken making the Goebel nnnnuHaaann, pilin,nii Orean Director. Mm. Women of the main issue. Nearly ail the re Strine Mnlc Director. Grail. Roy. Col. of Minic. Munich. Superb adYautagea in Art and In Elocution. wiiy All the People on an lacomlaa The Combination Makes Perneek, sustained from a fall three week Great Beauty and Grounds (3.1 acrra) anmirpaKMMl in America for beauty. It" tndenta hiiTO represented more than 3ii States. politicians in" the state ago. The womau was operated on im- publican Steamer Were Shaking Their tttuncu Uome. AumDer limited. Itruis reasonable. Til. SMITH. A. 21., Pres. (Alumlnus of Univ. ox Va.1 fect Forms. Handkerchiefs. mediately after the accident, and for iccompanied Gen. Taylor to London was several days showed signs of recovery. Monday night. Excursions will be run When the Spanish armnue It was a blistering1 hot morning. The wrecked off the coasts of Clare and y She took a turn for the worse three from many places. Gov. lradey, who ESCENT white sand reflected the sun's rays like counties manj survivors of the dis- days ago and was unconscious until 21 refused to attend the republican state a glass, says the Xew York Commercial aster who reached the shores were kind convention at Lexington, will not be Advertiser. What little breeze there ly cared for bv the Irish people, and. hours before her death. present at London Tuesday. He rewas stirring only served to whip up the considerable numbers of these unfor Ha Flvn Calves. fuses to have anything- to do with lungs with the parch- tunates remained in the families of sand and fill one's GRr.EXur, Ky., Aug. 22. John Henry the state campaign, though considera East Tennessee Educational Assoc ing dust. The surf broke on the ocean their generous-hearterescuers, says Mandon, of Lost creek, has a cow that ble pressure is being brought to bear iation, Mossy Creek, Tenn., August Sandy Hook with a monotonous the American Quarterly Ueview. side of gave birth to five 181)9. Sell onlv in Tennessee. calves, to enlist him to stumo for Tavlor. roll. Even the sea looked hot. I enSpanish I'oint, on the coast of Clare, ail females, four of are still livInternational Association of Fire tered the ship news tower and slowly reminds cf the disaster to the great ing. The cow is which Ilaugeil by a .Mob. only five years old. climbed the five ilights of stairs to the Spanish fleet. Fulton. Ky., Aug. 23. Squab Bolin, Engineers, Syracuse, 2s. Y., August and 14 months ago gave birth to twin 181)1). observer's room at the top. There are colored, was hansred Saturday nijrht bv In the counties of Clare and Galway no windows in the tower below the up there is to be found at the present day female calves. When only 3 years of i mob. Three weeks ago Boliu and Independent Order Red Men Great per lloor and care was necessary, not a people differing essentially from any age she gave birth to twins, but only another Negro named Henrv Stewart Council, Washington, IX C, Septein- only owing to the darkness, but because of the distinctive races existing on Irish one lived. isus). robbed ("ail Hamilton of S13 and then uer ii-iof the danger of fracturing one's skull soil. This people are descendants of 31Iner.t Mr ko e:tled. Sovereign Grand Lodce I. O. O. F.. bhot and killed him. Bolin escaped at usainst the iron braces which ran diag the Spanish officers and soldiers who Minm.KSiior.o, Ky., Aug. 23. The 189J. September onallv from floor to ceiling at each land had been cast ashore during the fearful strike in the Middlesboro district haa the time, but - Stewart was cantured Detroit, Mich., nd hanged b- a mob the night after High Ilridge Excursions. ing, crossing each other at about the storm which destroyed the Spanish been settled, the Reliance, Forkiidge, he murder. Bolin was captured at Ex:ursions are run from Cincinnati height of the average man. fleet. llryson Mountain and Middlesboro In the signalman's room it was sev The race marks of this people are miners agreeing Tuesday to follow the Milan. Tenn., and brought here Sat and all points south every other Sun- clay, to lligh Hrulge. There isn't a level of well defined. urday night by officers. cral degrees cooler than at the Crossed as it has been more beautiful place to visit than this the sea. The solitary watcher was look-iu- with the Milesian stock, its Spanish Mingo miners who went back Monday. Tobacco louipiny Sold. entrancing spot. You can't afford to steamship City of features offer a most interesting study, The coal miners get 10 per cent, raise. seaward at the Louisville, Ky., Aug. 215. The Louis miss It. The rate is remarkably low Jtome, which was passing up the chanfor they remain prominent. The men The North Jellico and Grays miners ville Spirit Cured Tobacco Co. has One Dollar from Cincinnati, Fifty will also follow Middlesboro district. From her mainmast flew are tali, muscular, nel, bound in. with cents like low been sold to the Continental Tobacco rates irom Lexington, and Ask your Call and see this Celebrated "Wt gon ab her signal flags. Only a few persons ap black eyes and black hair. The women from other points. Furl au Lang &olL Co. The new company has been agent about it. You cannot af peared on her decks. 'Ihcn, as we have decided Spanish traits in their ticket Lf.xixgtox,'K3, Aug. 19. An Eng-lis- h corporatcd under the laws of the state ford to miss this pleasant day on the looked at the ship as she slipped by us, .physique; they are usually tall; bru buyer has secured for $3,000 the of New Jersey, with a capital of Sl,- - lver. lour ticket agent will give port rails became lined with passen nettes in some cases and fair in others; her brood mare Puritan Lass by 000.000. It owns a natent process for ou rates, dates and schedules for gers. A long line of moving white ap- with large, expressive black eyes and these excursions. peared from end to end. It had the ap- an abundance of black hair. Their Spendthrift, dam Phoebe uring tobacco and has a large plant fully Warranted and Excels others. Danville,, Ky., Fair, August 30th, pearance of the foam on the crest of a beauty reminds of the women of the Puritan Lass is the dam of Tillo and here. Basque provinces, while among them Burlington lloute, and was owned by breaker. 31st and Sept. 1st. Low rates from all Urown's Announcement. "What's the matter with her?" asked are to be found the perfection of the Turney Bros., of Bourbon county. The points between Georgetown and Som Louisville, Ky., Aug. 23. the signalman, poking his telescope female form in all Ireland. same buyer has secured Maid of Bal- - John Young Brown announced Monday erset via the Queen and Crescent through one of the slides in the side of do wan for S700. night that he would open his campaign route. Greatest Fair ever held by the the tower. "They are shaking handkerKINDNESS TO DRUMMERS. at Bowling Green Saturday afternoon. Danville Association is promised this chiefs at something ashore here," he te OH a Car. 2,uuuoo in premiums. Fine W. H. Sweeney and Theodore year. added, after a few moments' inspection They Ky.,Aug. 22. J. Tur-- Hons. Ilnllvray Catlettsbut.o, Are Told at an Iowa Dallam will go to Winchester Tuesday military band in attendance. Big of the ship. Homan, son of John Turman, of Tur Station of the Town's Ballcon Assension. Great displav of We looked down at the shore, 130 feet to speak for Brown's ticket. tel Capacity. in a n's Ferry, Ky., brakeman on the O. below us. On the rhlge of sand, stand live stock. Plenty of innocent amuse Uryan in Kentucky. & B. S. railroad, fell off a box car ing on a barrel, was a boy. He was wav The average traveling man regards while running at the rate of SO miles Lexington. Ky., Aug. 23. The first ments. Reduced rate tickets on sale inf his coat at the liner. good until Sept. 2d. Grinnell, la., as the most desirable ter- an hour. He is in a serious condition. appearance ot . J. ttryau in tne for this occasion, TJ ritory on earth through which to carry state is to beat Lexington about Sep returning. Ask your ticket agents I'aris Merchant Asdgns. a grip and sell his wares. Citizens gen for full particulars. i.yim it D ti tember 15, when there will be a bij orally have a soft spot in their hearts A. Wallace, Paris, Ky., Aug. 33. barbecue, at which Carter II. Harri for the genus drummer and do all they dealer in notions ana general mer Building Ordinance. the Upon MMftinn on. Senator Goebel and can to make his roaming life as pleas chandise, made a general assignment ' 33 ui and strength in The City Council, of the city of Lan SfiH ant as possible. The authorities of to W. G. Holt. Liabilities and assets Blackburn are also to be present. an condition of caster, Ky., do ordain as follows: many of the towns are also interested Jleet.ng-expectant mothnot given. 1 Tliat no permit shall be granted in the comfort of their er depend not 23. A con veksaili.es, Ky., Aug. After the JtrcuperaUnjr Camp. for the erection of a building, and no visitors, and in sonle of them laws have only her own in Lexington, Ky., Aug. 33. Hon. M. vention of all the negro been provided to the end that the building shall be erected on the public JbKNAL and A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of life but the life knights of the road may be protected C Alford is in Washington to urge tho the Blue'Grass has been called to meet square or at any point on Richmond and perfection against the disappointments so often location in Lexington of a recupera at Kecne. Ky., nine miles south of this street, Danville street, Lexington EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN, of her child. met in a migratory existence. One law tive camp for the returning soldiers in city, next Tuesday and Wednesday, street or Stanford street between the MOTHER'S FRIEND August 33 and 33. The call states that that is particularly appreciated by trav- the Cuban service. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. will overcome all ills peculiar to the elers is an ordinance, already in opera business matters will be attended ta" public square and the first street Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; Bottles, 50 Cents. counting from the square, crossing period preceding childbirth, and will pre- - tion in j,everai oities and about to be Death From Smallpox. ... pare the delicate orgamsnu direct y in- any of the aforesaid streets, other JAMES F. lALLAMs Ste Pnrletor. - - 3)0 Htftt Hail Stmt, ST. LOWS, M. Columbia, Ky., Aug. 19. One death It ,)rovides that the Charged With Hons Mealing. volvcd for the final ordeal. Mother's owners of the hotels in each town shall occurred Thursday of smallpox at Lexington, Ky., Aug. 19. Henry than a brick or stone building which but a Friend is not an internal cure-al- l, lieinttfij lin5mint annroved tiv medical send to meet every incoming trainan- -- j Clementsville, Casey county a young Peyton, colored, wanted in several shall be covered with metal. authority and established by years of censed runners, whose duly it is to child of Martin Wcatheringt Jn. One Kentucky towns for horse stealing, 2 Any ordinance in conflict herewith nounce exactly what accommodations new case was reported. successful use. is hereby repealed. He tinder arrest in Williamsburg. run Sold bv drumnsts for Jr. valuable rneh hotel has at the time. These charged with stealing a pony from 3 This ordinance goes into effect up sent free ners are uniformed and are supposed llrakemitn Crashed. no application. TMB LaGbAXGK, Kv.. Aujr. 23. Thomas Capt. J. D. Yarringtou, of this city. on passage and publication according to be of sturdy lung power, and as soon Atlanta, ta. as the train comes to a stop they cry James, an L. & N. freight brakeman THE MADFIELD REGULATOR CO., to law in Centiial Record, of Lan ' Will Not Accrpc Operator Terms. out: "No room at the Jones," "Three slipped and fell from. the front end of caster, Ky. Middlesboko, Ky., Aug. 19. At NATIONAL BANK roomslef t at the Smith house," "Nothing an engine and was so badly crushed meeting of the striking coal miners but the bridal chambers vucant at the that he died two hours later. Thursday afternoon they decided not Lies one mile "West of Paint Lick Waldorf," "Cots in the hall at the Little to accept the offer of the operators. Hat tlx Left. CAPITAL SURPLUS. Auditorium," or some kindred anand station f 100,000.00 120,000.0a RRpresenting Following; Cdijaiies Richmond, Ky., Aug. 19. The death Svhich was a ten per cent, raise. They nouncement. Thus, if there are no 3-- 4 acres. Contains 102 The operators met sleeping accommodations left for the of Alfred Williams leaves but six sur demand 12K. weary drummer he simply steps back viving veterans of the Mexican war in again Thursday night. LANCASTER, KY, Will be sold publicly Aetna, onto the train and goes to the next town this countj Quees, Audy J. Hoe Acquitted October, 7, 1899, himthat has an unoccupied bed, saving Captured by Lexlugton. Elkton, Ky., Aug. 19. The examin PalatlHe, On premises. For particulars, address self from the particular sort of cuter-pris- e A. R.DKMMT. President. Fraskfobt, Ky., Aug. 30 Lexing- ing trial of Andy J. Hoe for the killing ., that is abhorrent to nil traveling Natioaal, II. L. Wallace, , men and what is technically known as ton has captured the 6tate military of Willie Grisham, at Kirkmansville. Jno. E. Stobmxs, Vice President. Hartford, Paint Lick, Ky. Monday, resulted in a complete acquit encampment "for this year, and the "carrying- the banner." B. C. Denny, Cashier. Deleware, regiment will go into camp early in tal. You Ate Going North, September, followed by the other two Milwaukee, R. T. Embry. Accordlne to Natore. Robinson. Jr.. t'llman llouad Over. 'ou seem to differ from regiments at intervals of 10 days. Got, Mrs. Mild Ass't Casb'r. Coiineticnt, New Havex, Ct. Aug. 19. Alfred E. You Ate Going South, the usual idea ubout coddling a man to Hradley made the order Friday. Ulltnan, of Lexington, Ky., who it Js A i CORtiMRUI, According to.your thewin his consent. DIRKCT0R3 charged, .passed forged checks on- - mer1 3oT.,Bradlej- lav.ted-- GiW Falls, ory, seolding is the best medium for You , Going East, SpllSSSB, CochraT chants, was bound over to the superior Sara 1:D. Jss Fbankfokt, Ky., Aug,-- 20. Gotwinning satisfactory, results. GermaH AmMrlcaH, -MexfS. DeaBy.' in $1,000 bond. A.C.Robinuon. Rradley has" teen invited. to assist Mrs. Wild That, my 'deaf, is in acPhenix of BroklvH, You Art Going West; W.ircooltf L. Barldson, cord with one of the laws of nature. President McKinieyahelayin'g of Farmer 3Iarples Asaastlnated.' New York Uaderwrlters, 'Everything has to be blown up before it the corner-ston- e Jno. K Btormes. of Chicago's custom Liberty, Kv., Aug. 23. Rube Mar- PVKCMASC TICKETS VIA TNC Liverpool & Loadom & Globe. will "come down." Itichraond Dis- house in October. pies, a farmer, aped 34, was shot from S. BEAZLEY.. patch. Nrtk Britlsk & Mer? kaMtile his horse bv unknown parties. He A; New Candidate. ArranKlnsr the Details. .f, was instantly killed. , . they, been enMrs. Brewer Haven't, Grkkn u r, t Ky. , Aug. 20. Charles P. TDS3STTTJBT : ' gaged some time now? Teeth, extracted. wltheat' pain S;orm In Uadtsen Coanty. si Nickels has. announced his candidacy Rotary Motion and w th Vitalized Air. Office in Yes; but, youjsee for representative of this county. 'He Mrs. BathBcome Destructive Redhouse, Ky., Aug-1- 9. the JJew Tbomp8on,Bildla;; was from another state, and they lives at Springville. Squire Harrison storm swept over this portion .ot Mad he thought it desirable for him to have a Riggs, CoL Barney Kenborth &nd Rev. FIRE IISDR1NCE L0UICV1UC and doing N ASMVttlC It. It. legal residence for a year here, so that Cornelius Foster had previously an ison county, uprooting trees damage to crons. much there would be no difficulty about a diAM M SKCWM vorce after they are married. Philadel- nounced themselves as candidates. J.I.HAMILTON, J.E. ROBINSON Jno.T.Hats. phia North American. ---- r The Maximum Safety, MeLoin '4tiwESSBesp; 'Iy,,-ji-k eoanty demoeratswillsaeet Saturday The Maximum Speed, - DIGEST YOUR FOOD. to demand the resignation of County INSURANCE COMPANY. !tlatoT per cent, of all sickness Is caasea by Chairman W. H. Hardin, who has idea Attorneys and Counselors at Law properly creates poiThe Maximum Comfort, toeds uot beior into vonr digested, itthen Tim.... titled himself wi tnme iirown ticket. ses aad iroes blood anil are .t & llilU a alainat ht dlcu Ik. m iBMHTlBktilFi is atr . use nr. laruiedt'a aerjum? Pader and watch tka resalta. ; The Vimmim m ss & taa rood effects after talcing; oh'i Km. GlPk ansM aaa ae coaTiacea. rnce iT Dr. Otto's Samaa Gum ' Rates, Tisac mmi H taec lajsrssatlsa will rffsWBcaster 'li :10 i..a I Ywr Cawfllt. Justtim M mmmmm fcc cheerfmliy famished by Attorney Law, Norta-b'aMixed, wf 5teWwIiWt om tw i oBjii. - .; VKMlahy C. P. ATIMN, . a., Ncrta-VS:68A. fsss'fr ut XL MeSobert. LAxcAma, : ItanoMter. B. . SeataVad rfer T.lWfTT.Eli e; ing their blood pure they can fortify themeelvea New Blood and Life. so as to escape of the ailments frnm which thev suffer so generally. S. S. S. is systems young, by purifying the blood, the remedy which will keep their . uu inorouginy removing au waaio ing new strength and life to the whole body. It increases energies, and sends new the appetite, builds up the blood throughout the entire system Mrs. Sarah Pike. 477 Broadway, South Boston, writes : " I am sevtf lty years old. and had not enjoyed good health for twenty years. I was sick in different ways, and in The mlditinn. find Eczema terriblv on one of my legs. never be I said that- on account of my age, a would rMirwl ma S3 doctor i iook- u udku wjiuct ui j. a u. .nil it x - l .. j wen again, completely, and I am happy to say that T foci as well as I ever did in my life." Mr. J. W. Loving, of Colquitt. Ga., says: "For eight een years I sunerea tortures irom a nery eruuuuu uu my skin. I tried almost every Known remeay. out failed nnn Hv one. and I was told that my aire, which is sixty Bix. was against me. and that I could never hope to be well again. I finally took S. S. 8., and it cleansed my blood thoroughly, and now x am m penecc neaun. three-fourth- s lb 13 rTfZ. AAlJAJ Ace does sot necessarily mean feebleness and ill health, and nearly all of the sickness among UAAU.w.iMaj wa i. life-givi- s a CJ ny S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD o; i BEAUMONT Gal-wa- SIOUTE d d u, 12-2- T G. S. It GAINES' all All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand 1 D" TWO LIVE5. Zh rnt TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE n A i" good-nature- d r CURE INl STORMES IUfcTTO STORE. R. KINNAIRD; Farm for Sale. INSURANCE. Wfeeeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. - 'J J If If An - if court-Thursda- w : 1 ' letBliIis.Coi;Miri,Cni ail Ball Bfeafinfs- mt f i Tfe- of ei timet. TDCKMLES. mt i m i BfTfhn V d at EBT. Arnold, It. 1 LancMtor, Kentucky Ismcir