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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 3t, City Council meets Monday night. , 1899: ONE dollar a year HAS1LMH (Patented Feb. FILTER. 0 28, 1899.) J. Goods going LANCASTER AND VICINITy. 4r Elegant soda water at Lillard Stout's Danville.- 200 & Fresh milk delivered by the Lancas ter Dairy. Hear Goebel and Blackburn ville tomorrow. Joseph's clearance popular with the ladi, at Dan Barrel saft at Gaines1. House for rent. W. J. Romai September 1st and After eggs cash, 9ic. H. B. NorthcoftV. extra good stock ewes for sale. at any price at Joseph's. r G. A. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. e is immensely gun Mono in A More Goods FOE HUT-SHEL- Every Miss-spell later thornaWy Ibht;; HflB Perfect -- pjP; HASELDUJJN, Fresh groceries arriving i daily at true. Fuller & Sympson. you do not get YouvHl I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at Rev. and Mrs Clark are rejoicing some ortheregret it if great bargains Demg otterR. L. Elkin. m25tf $1.00 cash. over the arrival of a handsome boy ed aVJoseph's. Winter roods' must have room. We baby at their house. Ladies and Childrens Slippers and are slashing prices on present stock. Now is your time. Bring in you Summer dress goodsjre cost. R. L. ' J. Joseph. produce and get tickets on the big pre- Jennings & Col Bflfnt Lick Ky. sent sale. Blue Grass Grocery Co. You have two months-t- o wear Calves for Sale. Buv them afecost. of R. L. Short-Hor- n 9 Slip-ners. Ring No. 71 and have fresh milk de livered promptly. man is proud of his name. it and find out if this is not The Odd Fellows meet every Tues day night, but will probably change to Thursday. A rough face never won fair maiden. Smooth young men get shaved at Hen ry Duncan's barber shop. Trade at our store andget first class goods and a nice present besides. R. L Jennings & Co.. LFaint Lick Ky. L. Jennings IN EVERY DETAIL. Separates trash from the water before the water Is filtereJ. Water filters upwnrd through selve. preventing Hash from being inbeed with filtering material. Bird nests. leaves, trash etc.. cannot possibly enter filtering material, as it is caught in the bottom of filler before water 18 filtered. Wnen screw cap is removed. Hallows filter to dry out thoroughly. There is no cbnnce for bugs or any kind of insects to accumulate as it dues in other filters from dampness. J. R. Lancaster, Ky. Beazlcy Banglraian, Funeral Directors. Arterial and Cavity Embalm lug A Specialty. Pull Line of ... Furniture and Carpets. FARM FOR RENT, 240 ACRES, Well improved farm of WITH GOOD ITOUSE, BARN and OUTBUILDINGS well watered;.situated H miles from Lancaster: corn, wheat, hemp, tobacco and grass land. II. C. Jennings Durham bulls, Sack Sacks. Two IT. A B Marksbury & Son keep on and 10 months old. Geo. W. Evans, tf hand new sacks, and will sell to the Lancaster, Ky. For Kent. My residence on Lexington street. farmers at cost. Frohman, of the "Globe" has taken Possession given January 1. Wanted! a sacrificing step m reducing every aug 31-Mrs. Susan FisnER. 1,000 pounds bacon and 500 pounds suit in the house to $7.50. Did you ever hear of such cutting in prices? Dillehay has about completed anoth- country lard, produce etc. Faulconer & Gaines. er immense brick kiln and the fires To Tlo Boys. are gone down. Still another will be Come and have your measure taken Storeroom j Por Rent. burned. suit, as cheap as one Will rent room 1 now occupy and for a tailor-mad- e This is something new give possession at once. Stock of goods ready-madNew Barber. in Merchant Tailoring. Joe Niklass, the new barber. Shop now low and willeold as a whole at M. D. HuanES, Agt. JT W. Sweeney. N. E. corner Public Square. All work a great bargain. style. Give me a Save the Children. done in the latest It Bill Revival. tf Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has trial. Eld. Gowen is conducting an inter of thousands of croupy No Preach Ins. esting meeting at New Antioch, this saved the lives Rev. Clark tells Tiie Record he county. We understand he is having children. It is also withoul an equal for colds and whooping cough. will not preach on the next first Sun- big congregations. McRoberts Drug Store. day, as he will then be attending con Went Prepared. ference at Paris. Suits of all Kinds. Henry Duncan the barber, was givReady made suits or Tailor made Vn nsp for us tn t.rv to make vbu be ing a Record man such a smooth bottom prices. 88, $10, $12 to lieve .Xmas is here this hot weather shave the other day, we asked why he suits at corner public square. razor so sharp. "I went to a $25. North-eas- t but if you will see our new linte of had the. Fit and quality guaranteed. chamber sets and Queenswearyou will party last night," was the reply. M. D. IIugiies, Agt. LiiinK lb is uere. a uiier cs, oy mpMjir. Colored A.m. Fair. Cheap Bates Sunday Will Not Bun. I Lexington, Ky September, Agent Patterson tells Tiie Record Capt. J. Alex Doty has decided to One fare the round trip from all the L. & N. will give the $1.25 rate to not enter the race for representative, stations in Kentucky via the Queen & Cincinnati again next Sunday. These his health not permitting. Mr. Doty Crescent Route for the above event. excursions are popular and well pat is a mighty good man, and it would Ask agents for particulars. ronized. You leave Lancaster at 2:52 have given many people much pleas a. m. and get back back at 12:29 a. m. Opening or Scliool. ure to vote for him. The prospects for a successful year Protracted meeting. Trade Edition. of the Graded School were never betRev. Massee will begin a protracted The Stanford Journal is preparing ter than now. The session will open meeting at the Baptist church next to issue a big trade edition. For the Monday, 11th Sept., and the attend- Sunday morning. He has not yet benefit of those Stanford merchants ance will be larger than ever before. heard from the minister whom he exmerchants who may be staying off the The buildings are being put in perfect pects to assist him, but some one will band wagon, we will say that Lancas- condition and will furnish the most be here to help him. ter had a few merchants who failed to comfortable school quarters in Central get in The Record's special edition Kentucky. The trustees are to be The Record's Premium. last Christmas and they have been congratulated upon rc:aining Prof. The Records premium will be giv kicking themselves ever since. Every Patterson and his able corps of assist en tomorrow, (Friday) at Danville business man takes ad van ants. The people now fully realize Fair. It is for Fancy Turnout, shown tage of these special editions, as they the benefit of the school and would by lady and gentleman; consider realize the great benefit to be derived not part with it under any ations general appearance of rig and therefrom. occupants. Premium $15. Hcres hop ing the prettiest girl will win. & CoIaint Lick Ky. Bulldlns Lou. If you want to buy nice Building Lot I can sell you onefrom 1 to 4 acres cheap. T. Than any Housed T Same Goods FOE S Currey. Same Moneys central Kentucky Hess Money tf We have to make room for fall, goods and will sell a ereat manv crnods at cost, and some at less' than cost. R. L. Jennings & Cof Taint Lick Ky e. "Whatever progress we may have made in the Science Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan of Merchandising, we must always go hack to first prinville Steam laundry. Work shipped ciples. The alphahet of Merchandising is to get your and received daily. Shirt waists a Already you accept our statements as specialty. Office at Batsons Dry goods prices right. ' tf. Strictlv true. You show your appreciation of our prompt store. Drop in and see Lillard & Stout at and careful Service. You have learned that only goods Danville tomorrow. They can fix you we handle. But afup with school books, school supplies of a standard quality are the kinds and, in fact all kinds of stationery at ter that, what interests you first, last and all the time is " remarkably low prices. Don't Read This! After August 1st we will have for sale the best coal in any quanity at the lowest price. It will pay you to see us before buying. Oflice and yard opposite the Granary. W. B. Moss & &Co. PRICES. And on this score you can rely on us quoting tf. Half Rates to Denver. 12-1- 6. One fare plus $2.00 round trip via Queen & Crescent Route Sept. 5, 6 and 7. Good 30 days. Ask ticket agent for full particulars of this exception ally low rate. W. C. Riiieason, G. P. A. Cincinnati O. THE VERY LOWEST PRICES Of Any House in Central Ken Three Rookies. Lieut. Sherrow could only put in one day in Lancaster but in that time he They were enlisted three recruits. Dan Traylor, Will Stone and a Mr. Sherrow, the latter from Bourne, this county. They left that night for Columbus, and will soon sail for the Philippines. tucky. L I I !. m FALL 7 OPENING. to announce our Annual Fall Opening in Merchant Tailoring beg- We September 4 v 5, On which dates a representative of The Globe Tailoring Co., will be with us for the purpose We will have for disof taking measures. play Some 300 Styles Latest Novelties In both Foreign and Domestic Fabrics, among which will be found such cloths as are rarely shown outside the very largest and finest estab lishments. Prices from $15 to $40. Logan & Robinson. Death of Mrs. Bradahaw. After a lingering illness of consump tion, Mrs. W. B. Bradshaw died at her home, near McCreary, Friday. The Take your girl to the Danville Fair Orders for milk promptly filled by remains were interred in the Lancas tomorrow, Friday. the Lancaster Dairy. ter cemetery Saturday afternoon. n For sale. 7 bushel barrel salt $1.50 husband has sym Communion services were held at To the people of Lancaster and Gar The pathy of many friends in his great H. B. NorthcottX the Presbyterian church Sunday. rard County. Having purchased the Grocery and bereavment. Top price for eggs at Blue Grass We must have room. Goods must Qneensware Store of G. S. Gaines, we Walker Nominated store Lancaster, if brought at once. go at any price. J. Joseph. invite you to see us, when either of The Kcpuniican convention drew a us, or Wm. Ball, will take pleasure in Tt !o n tnnt. tYtnX Un crnnrta wr(i nev crowd to the Court House Monday Don't forget the big, sweeping sale showing you our goods. Respectfully, morning and, judging from the cheer- er sold so cheap avhey are now going in progress at Frohman's when you gu It. Fuller &, Sympson ing, the boys are In fine spirits. Mr. at Joseph's. over to the Fair. Lewis L. "Walker was nominated for Stock Pens a Success. A lino nf Wnrefprf rlrptorfrnnds WOrtll Only today, tomorrow and Saturday "" Everybody was delighted with the representative by acclaination and 12i, 25, 35, 10, and 75p, all at lOcgo remain to get benefit of Frohman's accepted in a rousing speech, promis stock pens Monday, and said it would uo. per. yd. R. L. Jxnings $7.50 suit sale. Read big ad. be a winner. By next court day the ing to make a.hard fight to carry the former to victory. Danville law keeping cattle out of front doors When vou eo over to the Messrs Ryan are "pushing their con will be in effect, and the advantage of Fair. droD into Frohman's and get a tracts with remarkable rapidity. Danville Colored Fair. collar and the pens will be more clearly demon They arc greatly hampered in getting This always popular fair will beheld clean shirt, fresh up right. you strated. It's a wise move, and one next week the Ctb, 7th and 8th. material. It is tie, He'll fix which will benefit all. in charge of men of ability and exper Kentucky Fairs 1,000 Dozen eggs wanted at once at ience who will make it one of the best The Blue Grass Store, Lancaster. New Butcher Shop. Low rates via Queen & Crescent e and you will also route. Bob Thompson has opened a first in the state. Many white people at Will give class butcher shop near Stone's store tend this fair every, year. get tickets on the present sale. See Danville Colored Fair, Sept 6, 7, 8. Ask ticket agent for particulars. our ad. at depot. He will move his shop to Hustling Things. old stand, opposite ThompThegrand jury returned live indict To Get Fixtures. Klade A Finn Speech. son's jewelry store, this week. He day ments non. Letcher Owsley spoke to the Fred P. Frisbie goes to Cincinnati s meat and patrons journedin one sameand when court ad handles afternoon four of next week to close contract for the democrats of Casey county Monday. will be pleased. Give him a trial order. the cases had been convicted. Out of for his new drug store. They Reports say he had a fine crowd and the seventeen indictments returned will be quite handsome. made , as he always docs, a tine speech Fine Attractions. Lancaster people who desire to see at this court at least ten will be dis Taxes Dhc. For Sale or Rent. fine plays can do so by going to the posed of. Give us more Judge Sauf Town taxes are now due, and prop My desirable dwelling and Lexington Opera House. Its only a leys and Sam Owsleys, and the state erty owners should come forward at 15 acres land just outside limits of short trip, and you can see the same will fare much better. to be done Lancaster. Has 2 cisterns, 1 pool and once and settle. This has attractions there as are given in the Water Works. and those putting it off too long will 1 never failing spring. All necessary big cities. Manager Scott has nothv, out buildings. s attractions and it Sentiment in favor of water works ue pub iu ejL.ua c&peusc. ing but E. M. Walker, Collector. N tf. Mrs. Emma Kattffman. will pay you to go over for this alone. continues to grow, and there is now absolutely no doubt but that the prop" Disappointed Vs. carry at least ten to one. Stanford to fleKIaBey. From osition will A Fine Speech. Judge Clayton, member of congress The people realize the fact that we We engaged a good reporter to send Our Stanford friends are now pullfrom Alabama, addressed an immense have no fire protection, and, some in an account of the Baptist Associa ing for a road from that place to and the scheme appears to be crowd at the Court nouse- - Monday times, little water for any other pur tion held last week at the Fork church, afternoon on behalf of the Democrat- poses. Lancaster has shaken the moss but report nor reporter has since been a very plausible one. Pull off your ic ticket. He is a splendid speaker from her back and you can bet your seen. Guess he ate too much of the coats and hustle, brethren. That d on matters of life she's going to keep step to the many good things the dear ladies had connection would be of inestimable and a man prepared, and could not get back. value to you. the day. Many compliments were music of enterprise from this on. passed on his address. Judge Clayton The Surveyors Irvine Bead. Prof. J. Big Time with Odd Fellows. of Dr. J. W. Grant, was a school-mat- e and party have The staniord degree team came Prof. J. L. Irvine, who resided in Engineer Respass county of this city, who entertained him dur now and over again Friday night to do some Lancaster and taught school in the passed into Whitley ing his stay. old Seminary several years ago, diea are coming down the home stretch work for the Lancaster Odd Fellows How's This For Good Work. lodge. Seven candidates were initia in Louisville early Saturday morning with the survey. They will complete The recent grand jury set an exam ted into the mysteries and it was 12 of diabetes. Prof. Irvine moved to the line much sooner than was expectple which, if followed, will save the o'clock beforethe last "heat" was fin Louisville twelve years ago. He ed. He writes that the line is coming state much money. As soon as receiv ished and the goat put back into his taught Latin for a while in the Male up to expectations and the route is a ing the judge's charge, they buckled stall. The Stanford team is headed High School, afterward he taught in fine one. right down to business and never lost by noble and gentlemanly Al. Warren, Brvant & Stratton Business College. Jewish Holidays. a moment. They began at once to a man against whom nothing but He then went into the real estate bus The Jewish new year, 5669, comes on iness with Mr John stratton. Aiew next Tuesday Mr. J. Joseph tells us huut for big game and fooled away good can be said. The team works no time with trival matters, such as with a smoothness that is beautiful to vears aeo he accepted a position in the the celebration will begin Monday calling in boys about crap shooting, behold. It consists of some thirty of real estate department of the Louis evening at. 6 o'clock and last until mat- Stanford's best citizens, and a clever ville Trust Company, which position Tuesday at6 p. m. The Day of Atchjaretts and other mouse-trac- k ters which do not amount to a row of er lot of gentlemen would be hard to he held at the time of his death. Mr. onement comes on Thursday, the 14th pins. They were in session five days find. The local lodge had dwindled Irvine was an elder in the Stuart and will be observed from Wednesday ten of down to only six members, but it has Robinson Memorial Presbyterian evening at 6, and lost until following and found 17 indictments, which were for felonies. On behalf of taken in a great number of candidates church of Louisville, from which place day at same hour. Mr. Joseph, who is the people, The Record congratulates within the past month, apd is on the the funeral services were held. The a strict observer of these matters, this jury on its faithful, prompt and high road to prosperity. The lodge remains were interred in Cave Hill will have closed on; those, 1 sensible work. If future juries will owns a fine ball and has several thou Cemetery, Louisville. He leaves a days. S&fcEg&U. on the winning side of its widow, two sons and a daughter, Mesa. go on this plan, it will be much bette sand dollars Moor local om pftg 3 rv! Hunter, Bobert ana Mm Lena. ledger. foj the grief-stricke- M GOODS yo ' top-pric- post-offi- first-clas- nx-tur- first-clas- i well-verse- kif& V tax-paye- CENTRAL RECORD rVKRT LEAF. Who knows but what Garrard county will have another Governor. E W Norrls sold his last years crop, of tobacco-a- t 7 cents. Ei says It don' t pay to hold tobacco over. We had ahail storm Saturday, which did a great deal of damage to some of the tobacco and corn crops. Alvah Adams and Walter Henry, two of our young men are talking of going to Texas on a cattle ranch. Ethel, the little daughter of A B Estridge, fell out of a buggy Saturday evening and broke one arm and sprained her other wrist. Misses Shearer and Williams, of Foxtown, are visiting Mrs. J W Adams Mr George Summa, of Rich mond, was the guest of Smithie En- gleman this week. Lancaster and Stanford are making a great fuss over which one shall have the railroad. The prospects are good now that they will both get left, and It will be run to this place. The best citizens of this community are rejoicing to know that Judge R A Burnside refused to grant J R Henry license to retail whisky here. We have nothing against Mr Henry, for he isli very clever gentleman, but the whis ky business is a great curse to this neighborhood. Blotches and excresences, which so often annoy people, are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper perfotmance of her duties. HERBINE will aid 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. BRYANTS VILLE. MT. HEBRON. 4 LOUIS LANDRAai, Pabliaher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. vr BT 5 Orb in adyahci. " Six Months. " The yx, .11.00 . . .SO .25 THURSDAY Augusts 1, - 1899 A number of preachers seem to be ''rubbering" into the present political campaign. Politics and religion mix about as well as oil and water. These pulpit pounders should either mount the raeing stump permanently op stretch their wings over their little flocks. The tail of the Prince Albert coat is too long to use in a political campaign, and is sure to get a knot tied in it if crowded into "large and enthusiastic audiences." question of appointing more general officers for the Philippines is being considered at Washington. Too much generals has been the trouble s of all along. If about officers were disthese pensed with, Uncle Sam's soldiers could make much better progress. If McKinley were not a candidate for home-spu- n "officers" would not be leading soldiers into deatli traps, killing them by disease and prolonging a war that should have ended in a few months. two-thirdn The Bob only lay hand on the coin, how quickly he would invest it in an ice plant. But he, like many other rich old cusses, will have to kick chunks and peep through the skylights of hell and see d some one on earth enjoying his cash. hard-earne- Ingeusoll left an estate at $10,000. If Robert could now val-uo- d An Illinois man came to Kentucky, got on an eight months' drunk and lias just recovered sufficiently to tell his name and address. The lantern-jawe- d Yankee joke writers will please take due notice of the fact that other people than Kentuckians sometimes take a little nip. The Populists of Kentucky will open theii campaign with a barbacuc and a corkscrew. K a n s a s City Times. It is somewhat remarkable that a corkscrew should be used. Political campaigns are generally opened with a bung starter. Bottles are too small. A suit to recover 25 cents occupied the attention of the court in Geneva, K. Y., for two days. This is a fair display sample of the ed by some people when they get into a law suit. Tsovr that the Kentucky heat has become so intense that it is able to overcome the politicians, it ought to be appreciated. Washington Post. Spain's Greatest Need, Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, spends his winters at Aiken S. C. Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head. On using Electric Bitters, America's greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all painsoon left him. He says this grand medicine is what his country needs. All Airier ica knows that it cures liver and Kid ney troubles, purities the blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new life into every muscle, nerve and organ of the body. If weak, tired or ailing you need it. Every bottle guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by R. E. McRob- erts, Druggist. Midway is witli loafers. Many of our exchanges are taking up this fight against this great nuisance, and are going after them hot and heavy. That's the to keep up right step, and protest until some good result. The matter is being agitated and the peo pie are aroused. The day of the street loafer and idler is past. He must either go to work or get out of town, Clipper. Loafer. not the only city troubled The Most Fatal Disease., More adults die of Kidney troubles than of any other disease. When the first symptoms of this disease appear, no time should be lost in taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which is guaran teed or money refunded 50cts and 1.00 C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Help (lie Editor. An exchange truthfully remarks: "If people in general manifested half as mucli energy in assisting newspa per men to secure news, as they do in condemning them fomot publishing it, there would be less cause for com plaint." Keep QHlet. 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. V liberal application of wood ashes. If young trees are planted this fall the proper method is to dig out space for the roots that will allow sufficient room for spreading. Do not apply manure to the roots, but use rich top soil. If fertilizer is used let it be bone meal. In the spring give a BUmarch'aIrua Nerve. Was the resultof his splendid health Indomitab will and tremendous ener gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power if brain and body. Only 25c at R. E. lm McRoberts Druggist. W. H. Land, of Stone, sold an extra nice horse mule colt for $35. J)ave Thompson sold to Lincoln pai- ties a bunch of heifers at 3c. Burton Bros, bought a small bunch of yearlings at $18.25 per head. 1 " Ring out the old Bins la tha aew Mule colts had the day Monday, but Sing out the falsa Kinglattw tro" sellers complained of low prices. We bring to you the new and true from th J. W. Sweeney, sold a sow and 10 plney forests of Norway shoats to Jake Robinson for $40.30. C. W. Anderson sold to Fred Bishop, of Lincoln, a bunch of yearlings at 4c. W. R.Cook and B3b West sold- 6G Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Miss Bessie King visited in Bur- - his escape. head nice cattle to Fox, for Weil, at We sadly regreted to hear of the 5 cents. u ai j enntngs, wire, gin last weeic Nature's most natural remedy, improved by Miss Hettie Jennings and Miss Carrie death of Mrs. Clara Bradshaw. She Rice Benfe runs a bus out to the science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positlvo Naylor, of Danville, visited relatives was a true christian, a kind and loving stock pens, amTit was crowded each Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces Miss Katy Doty and wife and mother, and loved by all who trip Monday. here Sunday of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Mr Dave Walker, of Lancaster, Miss knew her. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worHenry & Herring sold a nice bunch White, from Maxville, spent Sunday mucus is cut out ; tha Mattie Lowry, the rated ; the of 5 sows and 25 shoats to W. S. Mc- Rev child of Mr. and Mrs. John Mayfield with Mrs Sparks and daughter cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed Guire for $58.00. Kuykendall and family spent several died at their home at Wilmore, on membranes are healed and soothed so that then and Mack Eubanks, of Lincoln, Crit Is no inclination to cough. days with Mr. C M Jenkins,this week. the 18th inst., the remains were laid year SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Miss Nellie Johnson, of McCreary, to rest in Mt. Hebron cemetery on bought a nice bunch of forward ling cattle at 4c. visited Miss Jennie Pcrlvins and at the 10th. ttlM Only. 25o., 60o. and $1.00 SIsm Sheep were as high as a cat's back tended the Baptist Association at the BE SURE YOU GET 'Foley's Kidney Cure has been tes I All Aft YEARS OLD. andneveroacd Fork church.... Miss Lizzie Simpson ted and found to be all you claim for Monday, and only a few were sold. any remedy equal to JJr. Bell's gives quick and permanent relief Dr. Bell's Pbt-Tar-liIt attended the Brodhead fair last week, it. I have been giving it to my father These brought $3.50 to 4.00. ki grip aa well as eonghs and colds. It makes K. X. Metcalfe, Miss Mary Simpson, from Lancas and it is the only thing that ever weak lung? strous.-M- rs, Capt. J. B. Aleshire has been com Ifeiucah. Ky. tcr, is visiting Miss Lulie Simpson helped him" writer Geo. C. Hickock, missioned to buy 3.000 cavalry horses Miss Mamie Ballard has returned from Curtiss, Wis. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Philippines. He will for use in the The Kansas Bureau of Immigration Mules In good flesh, from 151' to 10 Lexington, where she has been visit visit Kentucky. has shipped east samples ofcornl7feet hands high, bring the highest market Misses Blanche Mitchell and Bertha Mrs ing his aunt, Mrs. Woolfolk Corn is very scarce. Rain improved high; also tomato stalks six feet high, price and are always salable. Eliza Ballard and liitle son's, visited Woodard were the guests of Mrs. Jas, it some, but it has not matured as J A Clark,wife well as was expected. Monday some with fruit at the top. relatives in Paint Lick, last week. . . Anderson last week Any cow which gives milk or. butter A sloppy, watery mess should never product worth $100 a year is a valuable Mrs. Woolfolk and little daughter, of and little son, Eugene, visited rela was engaged at $2. per barrel in the be given young pigs, for by gorging addition to the farm or dairy; if she Lexington, are visiting her parents tives in this vicinity last week. field. themselves with it, they become pot- falls 25 per cent, below this you are and will also visit in Stanford before Mrs. Mattie Walker and children, of As winter is close on hand, plug hor- bellied, have indigestion and scours. returning to her home Mrs. Ike Pleasant Hill, were with Mrs. Joseph ses are not bringing good prices, near the danger line of loss. but Mrs. Dunn visited friends in Nicholasville, Hicks, Saturday and Sunday HERBINE is well adapted to the It is reported that a commission of - the demand for good ones remains Peachie Grow, son Lee, and Miss MatSunday. cure of fevers of ail kinds, because it army otficers are in this countie Saunders have gone to Winchester s rong and top prices are gotten for thoroughly cleanses the stomach and British PREACHERSVILLE. During the civil war, as well as ni try for the purpose of making large best. the for a weeks' visit. bowels of all bilious humors, and exour late war with Spain, diarrhoea was F. P. Bishop bought 300 sheepof dif- pels all impure secretions of the body. purchases of mules for use in South Richard Robinson bought a mare one of the most troublesome diseases Africa. ferent parties at $3 to $3.50 and sold to Price uCcts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. No Right to Ugliness. and wagon from Roy Lawson for $55. the army hiidtcCCoptend with. In Where the digestion is good, and J. C. Caldwell, of Boyle, 30 feeding The woman who is lovely in face, Small, unsalable, cooked potatoes the general powers of the system in a John Johnson, who has lived on the many instances it became chronic form and temper will always have cattle at 4c September delivery. In are good for the hogs: mix with skim-mil- k healthy state, worms can find no habGross place this summer, lias gone to aud the old soldiers still suffer from it , terior Journal. Mr. David Taylor of 'Wind Ridge, friends, but one who would be attract and a little corn meal. Pineville to run a team this fall. itation in the human body. WHITE'S A great many suckling mules were ive must keep her health. If she is A car load of hogs sold on the Chi- CREAM VERMIFUGE not only deMr. J C Silcr was kicked on the leg Greene Co.XPa., is oneof these. He weak, sickly and all run down, she on the street Monday; and many sold uses ChamberlajnsCohc, Cholera and cago market last week for five cents stroys every worm, but corrects all deby a mule the other day, and has been Diarrhoea Remedy and says he never will be nervous and irritable. If she at from $15. to $50. The demand was per pound. This is the highest price rangements of the digestive organs. very lame every since. has constipation or kidney trouble, her for good ones, but the sorry ones did found anything that would give him since 18D5. Price 25cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. .Brown oougnt a nice such quick relief. Tiiompson will It is for sale by R. impure blood eruptions cause apimplest well to go at any price. bunch of cattle in Rockcastle County E. McRoberts druggist. and wretchi blotches, skin A free and easy expectoration is ed complexion. Electric Bitters is the produced by a few doses of COUS last week. J II Thompson & J B Ball 10!) ewes to Dave Prewett for ard sold best medicine in the world to regulate SEN'S HONEY OF TAR, in all cases MARKSBORY. $4.00 per head, also 42 to SolRigsby for stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu of noarsness, Sore Troat, or difficult the same. Price 25 and 50 cts, Jim Aldridge has recovered from a fy tha blood. It gives strong nerves,- of breathing. bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Mrs Ora G Naylor who has been vis few weeks illness. complexion. It will make a good look iting relatives in 111. for some time Edd Perkins has returned from The stock pens proved a great con n ing, charming woman of a returned home last Saturday night business trip to Texas. venience to the traders and most all nvalid. Only 50 cents at R. E. Mc arc delighted with the idea. Plenty of accompanied by his sister, and son Mr. Lafe Carney, of Willisburg, Roberts' Drug Store. lm room, good water and a strong pen to lJurham or (Joruin is visiting Mr. Henry Tom....w Parks. here seeing after his farm for another keep the stock together were things Mrs. J. B. Kemper lias been quite Happy Termination. year There was quite a crowd from the traders had long hoped for. sick but is some better at present. this place attended the Brodhead fair Not long since, M. F. Rout purchas The Paris News says that W. B, Mr. W. P. Durham, of Corbin, is ed a little sorrel mule and has been Mr aud Mrs J F Cum last week mins of Stanford was here Sunday visiting his brother Mr. George Dur mad at himself ever since for doing so, Grifllfth has during the last eight bought from Burbon, Clark, with home folks He had no sooner brought it home and weeks F F Cummins cut ham. Montgomery and Scott county farmers his toe with an ax the other day, the Victor Lear bought a lot of hogs turned it into a lot than he discovered and shipped East 119 of ex wound is not serious thougli painfull. from George Craddoek, Henry Kulli- - it could jump a ten rail fence and ne-pert cattle, averaging seventeen cat touch it. It's name is "jap." As No one knows the unbearable tor man and John Pritchett at $4.00 per price paid it was raised a pet, it quickly develop tie to the car. Tiie All of these was ture, the peculiar and agonizing pain, hundred. catfive cts. ed a remarkable fondness for its new from four to caused by Piles, unless they have The ninety seventh annual session to the latter's incon tle through the Tolin Commission owner, somewhat suffered from them. Many believe of the South District Association-helCompany, of Liberty, for the R. H them incurable. This is a mistake. with the Forks Dix river Church Aug, venience. indeed, M r. Kout was Allerton Co., of Chicago, which exports Proper theatment will cure thorn 22ml and 23rd. Quite a large crowd forced almost immediately to put an them to European markets. TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT attended botli days. The meeting was energetic check upon the animal's A writer in the Farmers Home MENT is an infallible cure. Price, 50 very harmonious. It has been seven devotion. The second day after bringcts. in bottles, tubes "Sets. C. C. & J. teen years since the last Association ing it home he knocked it down with Journal gives the following receipe 1o a fence rail because it persisted in fol- clean carpets and work: Two bais E. Stormes. met with this church. lowing him about all over the place good soap, cut fine; 5c worth powdered Miss Carrie Durham is suffering without cause. It seemed to think ho borax, two gallons rain water. Puttn Mccreary. w'th malaria Fever but is some better was another mule. But the effect of stove and stir until dissolved. Let at this writing. . . .Mrs. Bettic Jones, oyer night, when it formes a Alex Walker sole to Bourne Fox, a Misses Belle, Agnes, and Nora Riffe, this terrible lesson appears to have stand 1 1. been only temporary, for the mule jelly; then divide into two parts ard horse for $100. of Hustonsville, and Miss Sallie Lou Gallery in Central Ky., having This is now the most one gallon hot water, one fourth pint gotten into J D Hardin sold to W C Terhune on Myers, of McCreary, visited Mr. T. I. has sinceheatKover thethe habit of put- ammonia and one egg to each part. been recently equipped with backyard fence, ting its county court day, one mule colt for Herring and family during theassocia about twelve o'clock every night, and Take scrub brush and go over one width $221. tion Misses Addie and Ccrra Arn launching a series of horrible brays of carpet at a time; needs no going Miss Minnie Wearren, has returned old have returned from a pleasant visit The new discovery in optical science. Iwishtosayto the Ladies toward Mr. Rout's bedroom window. over with clear water and makes any home from Illinoise, where she has to relatives in Washington and Nelson that Naturally these harsh sounds inter- kind of a carpet look like new been spending several weeks with her counties. They were accompanied by rupted Mr. Rout's repose. For two Five-cen- t hogs are here. Tlio man sister Mrs. C. Peels. . . .Mrs Will Lear their cousin, Miss May Bodine who will nights he drove it away with brick-hat- s .who predicted this price is now honor Mr, and little daughters, Bessie Mae and spend an indefinite time here and other missiles, but when it ed as a prophet. The market has been Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in MouldSueanna are visiting relatives in this James Hourigan, Mr. and Mrs. P. D returned the third night and began to steadily tending upward, with the In ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be neighborhood and attending the meet- Catlin, Mat Isaac and charming dau emib the usual discordant lamentaaccompany such appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to ing at New Antioch Mrs. P G ghtcr Miss Virginia, of Lebanon, and tions, his wrath knew no bounds. In evitable declines that the most Elaborate Paintings, among the lot is the New French Warner and sou Robert, have gone to Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Williams, of Bur- - sudden heat of passion he leaped from an advance, until this high figure was "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, reached on Monday for an especially S Mt. Tabor to visit relatives and to be gin, were the pleasant guests of Mr. his bed, seized a Winchester, thrust it highest load. This Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require at the association at that ploce Mr II. D. Aldridge and family during the out the window and fired upon his tor- attractive since Augustis the The up1895. price paid a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. and MrsEmmitte Ubanks from Junct- Association. mentor at a distance of only fourteen ward movement has been stoutly opWe will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Past Office. ion visited Misses Louisa and Maggie Rev. J. M. Yingling, pastor of the yards. As the gun cracked, a mighty posed by buyers and in the face of a Sandidge, the latter part of last week Bedford Street Methodist church 'at was cut short in its very " market it ....Mr Byron Myers and sister Miss Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords inception; there was a gurgling sound sluggish provisionthey have has seemstrange that not been Sallie, of Wilmore, visited their sister me muck pleasure to recommend and a shuffling and dull thumping ed able to exert more influence. The exMrs Wm Simpson. Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and Di against the ground, then all was still. planation lies in the great growth of L. The soothing and'heallng properties a rhoea Remedy. I have used it and Mr. Rout thought and hoped he had the trade in fresh pork. Mechanics ATTORNEY AT LAW of Chamberlains CoughRcmedy, its know others who have done so. I have slain the beast, but subsequent in- are more generally employed than for AND KEA L ESTATE AGT. Isn't It well worth yonr wnile to visit pleasant tasteand prompt and per- never known it to fail. It is a sure vestigation 'showed that the bullet years past and wages are steadily ris LANCASTER. KY manent cures, have made h a great cure when taken in time." For sale had merely knocked out two of "Japs" ing, so that consumption of fresh Cincinnati on the Queen by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. favorite with Thirty-Thousan- d front teeth and clipped off a piece of meats has been materially augmentAcres Val& Crescent Sunday For sale by R. E. McRoberts druggist his upper lip. This heroic measure ed the past few months. Moreover, HAMXACK. was eminontly effective. Japsubsided. another factor in the problem is the Excursion from Jane tion City. Championship uable Hardwood Timber and PAINT LICK. Mineral Lands for Sale His rude complaints no longer smite improvement in refrigerating facil S. E. Hammack sol'd a calf to D. G, the midnight air In fact, being consequent expansion of South-Easter- n Kentucky. Ross for ten dollars, also one to Will greatly at a disadvantage with two ities and the A nice line of CandjeCigars, and the traae in iresii porK. The demand And many other attractions next Sunof Preachersville, for same Deboard, Special Bargains Tobacco at R. L.Fnnings & Co. Blue gone, he is now pretty busy day from the South for the salted meats day, September 3rd. See small bills or teeth and night nipping at the grass to keep long in favor there, is remarkably call on your ticket agent for partic- Grass Farms. The Baptist Association will con- price. The smallpox scare has about blown from starving. As for Mr. Rout, he small and this doubtlessly affects the vene at Mt. Tabor church the three over in our midst, the school at Union just smiles as he snoozess uninterrupt provision market unfavorably, but ulars. last days of this week. KNIGHTS PYTHIAS dismissed Friday on account of edly through the long, cool nights. shipments of fresh pork more than Paint Lick base ball nine crossed was scar.;. the compensate for the loss in the demand PARKERS.. bats with the Lancaster nine at Paint James Pointer Sen., died Thursday X Mother Tells How She Saved Her for salted products. Whether hogs Lick last Saturday, and beat the latcan remain at their present prices if Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst Little Daughter's Llle. morning, had been an invilid for sevter by a score of 17 to 7. the huge promised corn crop safe ma hair aUk eral years, was quite an old man and I am the mother of eight children tures is a question, but if they do the EQbc Klp diMuu Don't forget to cAU fortickets on had sufiered immensly during his sick- and have had a great deal of exper farmer will more of Pythias, meets every Friday than ever nave ocSilverware at R. L.(j!nnings & Co. ness. ience with medicines. Last summer casion to be grateful to the hog as the Chicago Breeder's W. McC JOHNSTON, mortgage JOHN T. JOHNSTON night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g Miss Mamie Baylor, a Lexington my little daughterliad the dysentery Gazette. lifter. Misses Bettie Bell and nattie belle, was visiting the family of Mrs. worst formJJS&thought she attended the Brodhead Fair in its Knights are fraternally invitJOHNSTON & JOHNSTON S L Campbell the past two weeks A. Narrow Etcape. Thursday, accompanied by Will and would die. I'trjerfeverything I could Mr. Les Rice, of Richmond, is visitThankful words written by Mrs. Ada Miss Aca: Cook vis- think of, buynothing seeWd to do Eph Hammack MrsG ing his" brother, GWRice Ed Bishop, C. C. Surreyori, ed. ited her uncle, J. F. Cook, near her any gqpa. I saw by an advertise E. Hart, of Groton, S. D "Was taken CiTil. Eigineen W Rice has returned home. She has ment in our paper that Chamberlains with a bad cold which settled on my Preachersville Friday. been visiting her parents for a few LANCASTER, KY J. S. Haselden, K.R.& S Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lungs, cough set in and finally term! days. was highlV recommended and sent and nated in Consumption. Four Doctors HAS NATURE WARNED YOU7 Burnam & Rucker, proprietors of Nature herself clad la the early garbs of got a bottle,at once. It provea to be gave me up, saying I could live but a and flowers canting' medlcipai we ever short time. I gave myself up to my forth EDUCATION the Roller Mill, have so much work spring, blossoms chord treesvibrate to this, the one of the to filling orders, than they have to call in the despondent of all, springtime and how do had in the house!ltrsSfed my little Savior, determined if I could not stay most delightful la absolutely necessary to the yonn feeling, feel? Hare an extra hand to help them. Their you forerunner of yoa that tired shakyTyphoid daughter's life. I am anxious for with my friends on earth, I would Chills, Malaria and man or young woman who would win the hustling miller, Mr Will Rucker, Fever? If so. yon must not pass this warning every mother to' know what au excell- meet my absent ones above. My hussuccess in life. This being conceded of- sickness; avoid this; makes every thing count when he gets as it is aa indication consult us as our advice costs you nouung. ent medicine It Is. Had I know it at band was advised to get Dr. King's t Is of first Importance to get yqHr training at the school that strands In the very front rank . in Thcia engineer, Mr Jno. saved me a great New Discovery for Consumption, then fl j gave It a trial, Rucker, keeps things hustling when one dose a day at bed time for six days; i, auxletv'and ,my little daughter Coughs, and Colds. THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE , , , . ioiiow oy procuring a ooiue oi a uuwu gets hold of the engine. Tonlcj following the directions ana atter two uiucn SUnering. lours iruiy, mis. took in all eight bottles. It has cured LOUISVILLE, KY. coarse of these two rest remedies. Tom BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT will feel like the flowers oolc in tue spnnsr. Geo. E. Burdick. Liberty: R. I For me, and thank, God, X am savedarid now a well and healthy woman." n . n . ta by It. EvMcRoberts Druggist. Bleedauji gives instant relief in cases of a.... MTnA9tmYimA .uYi.ri .t xifal!t t im line liHU) Graduates of this college preferred by feMiBMa fcoases. Write for " yon, systs Trial bottles free at R. E. .McRoberts OUUli-liriCi- L .. ing. Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Cuts, etc, accessary xnd wkea yonr Remedieswarns stock OUOK glV JUS KSMBIUUMUB HUM S OeSDUIUl IMIHn uUJctB repeat tfie abore. These Druj Store Regular size '50c and SHORTHAND. promlBeatroalUoas all over the U ailed fttatee-- K wtH It availed Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. ta4oldb7 us Tour Job "Wojrk $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded., TELEGRAPH If. tflyQvMHQL ,R, E, McRoberts Elder Allen will fill his regular ap Road working is the latest. pointment at Pleasant Grove, Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Preston is very low with While going to Lancaster last Tues fever. day, Mr. Galeher's horse, became B A Duncan sold a horse to Wm. frightened and ran off, upsetting his Wood, for $30. vehicle, buu fortunately he was not seMaster Cecil Scrivner was, badly riously hurt. kicked by a horse last week. Mrs AS Haselden requests those The old school house at nebron has owing her to' please call and settle. been torn away and a new one is 31ie has just ordered a nice line of fall now being erected on a lot recently hats, and will go to the city in a few purchased from W D Scott. days for her fall and winter millinery. A thief broke into Dannie Scott's Mrs Dr Armstrong has returned from Wilmore, where she has been house last Thursday night, but the the past week, having been called to family were awakened by the noise. the bedside of her sister and family. Nothing was taken and the thief made CRPP DR. BELL'S - microbe-bearin- g run-dow- SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS f AS GOOD AS NEW car-loa- cr AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. d R. E. NT ROBERTS. Z7. Fox ylrz. Gallery. DANVILLE, ijr Th.e Marvelous Aaastimato Lenses Tnese Lenses FLATTER. "hee-haw- P. HUBBLE. BALL. GAMB in in 0? m y, ail verest A BUSINESS - the-mill- &.ckar2e?l -- I gSSSTtSSn -- Bring P3 I I E3 23 m ANT SUIT IN OUR HOUSE This Sale Only Lasts until Saturday Sept. 2nd Everything Goes; - No Restriction. THE GLOBE, j. L. FROHMAN & CO. DANVILLE. 9 IS m a m 23 IS j m IS! E EE m m m i e CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY, AuKast3I 189o 2 A50UT PEOPLE. $ MissMullle Smith is visiting relatives in Buena Vista. Miss Louise Kauffman is visiting friends in Hustonville. Mrs Lee Ilagan, who has been very sick, is rapidly recovering. Miss Nellie Dillon is in Stanford for a few days, visiling relatives. Miss Myrtie Collier, of Danville, is the guest of Miss Annie Hill. Mrs. Mary L. Swope, who is teachJohn Anderson, of McKinney, has ing in Lower Garrard, returned home been in this city for a few days. Saturday for a brief visit. She has an Miss Frankic Doty is visiting in enrollment of 05 pupils. Danville, and taking in the fair. Miss Lillie Dale Grant was stormed Miss Drew, of Portsmouth, Ohio, is Friday evening by a number of friends, visiting her friend, Miss Mary Gill. Fruit was served atxi late hour, 'lhe Misses Fannie and Bessie Shugars evening was very enjoyable. are visiting relatives in McKinney. Dr. W. R Burnside, of Barbourvillc, Miss Katie Kinnaird will visit Miss is visiting relatives in this city. His many friends will be glad to know Sadie Cecil during the Danville fair. M. D. Hughes has been quite that he will locate here in November. Mrs. ill for several days, but is improving. Mrs. Mollie E. Young, son, Charles and the Miss Bruce Pumphry is visiting her W., Mrs. Alice F. Witwer, sister, Mrs.Tankersley, atSilver Creek lattcr's handsome son, Charles Fox, have returned from a visit to relatives Miss Elisa Lusk has returned from at Owingsville. two weeks' visit to Cumberland Falls. Will Beazley, the clever young genMrs. George Curtis, of IIuston.Tex., tleman who has been clerking for J. is visiting her sister, Mrs James Dil- E. Stormes, leaves in a day or so for lon. Louisville, where he will accept a poMrs. Clco Brown and son, McKenzie, sition in a drug store. arc visiting Mr. Breathitt Brown and Mr. II B Tuggle, of Barbourvillc, family. returned to his home Thursday, acMr. John Shea has returned from companied by his sister, Mrs. J. A. Dripping Springs greatly improved in Conn, who will meet her mother and friends for a few weeks. health. Mrs Clarence Ballard; Mrs Saunic Walton was on hand Monday to Ed rake in the shekels for the Interior Hagan and children, of Richmond, have returned home, after several Journal. days visit to their sister, Mrs Lee HaMr. and Mrs. J. II. Garrison, returnmother, on Stanford pike. , ed yesterday to their home in EI. Do- gan and Mr. Richard Ryan entertained the rado. Ark. following at a tea Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ilolman, of Crab Alice visited Lancaster friends Misses Sallie and Mattie Elkin, Orchard, Hudson, Mae Hughes, Messrs. Joe yesterday. Francis, Fred Frisbie and Lyman Mr. and Mrs. J. W Boland, of Point Ryan. Burnside, are visiting Misses Elisaand Mrs. Ernest Bohl, of Cincinnati, Jane Lusk. Mrs. Mattie Turner, of Middlesboro, Mrs. Joe. Cohen, of Yersalles, has Mrs. Chanault Willis, of Richmond, been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Eph Mrs. Amie Adams, of Paint Lick and Engleman. Miss Bettie Arnold are visiting Mrs. Cyrus Stone and family have moved Joe. Arnold. to Win. Lackey's property, on DanMr. J. Joseph and handsome little ville street. son, Arthur, go to Cincinnati Sunday Miss Olivia Sweeney and Walter where Mr. Joseph will buy an imIlainmack spent Sunday with Dan- mense line of fall and winter goods. He is a splendid buyer and knows how ville friends. to secure bargains. Mrs. Chenault, of Richmond, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Elmore, in Col. E. H. Gather, of Ilarrodsburg, was in town Tuesday attending to this vicinity. some businefs in circuit court. Col. Mrs. Louisa Arnold and Miss Jennie Gaither is one of the best lawyers in Arnold left Tuesday to visit relatives Kentucky and has business all over in Richmond. the state. He is well posted, a fine Miss Bruce Pumphrey and brother, talker, every inch a gentleman, and Frank, visited Mrs. Lizzie Jordan, in one of Thk Record's best friends. Wilmore, Sunday. Josephus Orangeljlosom Waters repSam Harris, of Louisville has been resented the Stanford Democrat on ' spending a few days with his parents, our streets Monday. He went from here to Mt. Tabor to attend the BapE W Harris and wife. yellow-le- g L. W. Burdett, Mrs Batson tist association and eat and daughter, Miss Bessie, are visit- chicken. Joe's all right, and we wish the world was made up of suchfellowr, ing relatives in Brodhead. who believe in doing unto others as J. E. Stormes and wife stopped off you would have them do unto you. r in Cincinnati several days on their The party given by Miss Rosa Miller return from Benton Harbor. Monday evening, proved a success in Mrs. Elizabeth Denny has returned every respect. Miss Miller was assisted from several months' visit to Point in receiving by Miss Rebeca Williams. Burnside and Cumberland Falls. Misses Maggie Bright, of Stanford, Nell Bourne, of Bryantsville, are guests of Miss Lizzie Thompson. The many friends of Will Crow Doty, are glad to see him out again, after a very severe accident, the breaking of a leg. Misses Mary L. Grimes and Lizzie B., have returned from a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard and Cooks Springs. Misses Lettie and Lizzie Brown, and Miss Weiger, of Lexington, are the charming guests of Misses Anderson on Lexington street. Mr. W. Morgan and wife (nee Miss ethnic Yantis) and Bessie Yantis, of Bcebee, Ark., are visiting relatives in this city and vicinity. Dancing was the chief amusement of theevening. Refreshments were Every one present expressed For Sale or Rent. themselves highly delighted with the .The property (store and residence evening and hoped again to spend an combined) of 'Dr. Thomas B. Nichols, other evening as delightfully at Mrs. at Paint Lick, Ky. For terms, call on Miller's hospitable home. or address W. I. Williams, attorney, sei-ve- d. More Local. Lexington Herald: Many persons will be interested as well as surprised k to hear of the marriage of Mr. Frank, who was popular here both in society and as a student at Kentucky University. His bride is a young lady ot Amarilla, Texas, and is the daughter of a gentleman of great wealth. Her name has net yet been obtainable by the reporter. The wedding took place in Amarilla, where the young couple will live, and Mr. Frank will go into business. The marriage of Mr. R. L. Jennings, of J'aint Lick, and Miss Elizabeth Simpson Thompson will take place next Wednesday. The ceremony will be said by Eld. Allen, and, on account of improvments now being made on the residence of the bride's father, the wedding will take place at her aunt's Mrs. Dunn, in Danville. The couple will ret urn to Lancaster, and, on the evening of the Sith, will be given a reception byJlr. and Mrs. J. S. Jlascl-u:in Bryantsville. They will re main at. his home in Paint Lick until the 11th, when they will make a visit to Cincinnati. Miss Thompson is the eldest dauglit er of Mr. John U. Thomp son, one of Lancaster's most enter prising and prominent business men. She is a young lady of beauty and line intellect, a modest. Christian girl, who will prove a helpmeet indeed to the man of her choice. Mr. Jennirtgs is engaged in the merchantile business at Paint Lick, arid by attention to business, courteous, honest dealings and liberal use of printer's ink has established a trade of which anyone would feel proud. He is what may be truthfully termed a "hustler", and that he will make life a success is an assured fact. Tiie Recokd extends in advance, hearty congratulations to its young friends and aud hopes their pathway may be strewn with roses, and their lives one continual honeymoon. Ash-broowell-wish- Lancaster, Ky. 3t. The editor of a country paper died recently, says an Indiana paper, and 077 delinquent subscribers viewed the remains. Of that number 976 bowed their heads, and sadly muttered: "He was a bright, industrious man, but he couldn't save his money." An Imperishable Capital. $1,200 a year realized from an invest- ment of $65 or $90 for an education. The above statement has been made by hundreds of graduates of the Business or the Shorthand and Typewriting department of the famous Commercial College of Kentucky Univer sity, and who are occupying line po-- ' sitions. For catalogue and full par ticulurs address only Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington, Ky. Sleeping Cars. A sleeping car is now run on the night fains through Lancaster. It runs from Cincinnati to the south. L'arties going from here to Cincinnati can get a scat or birth in this coach for a small advance in price. This gives you a good rest on the road and you arrive in Cincinnati feeling as fnsh as if ycu had snoozed in your own b'd. This makes complete an elegant service to the Queen City. Vu'UIr Criticism. Somebody very aptly rues to remark what a howl would go up if the newspaper were to criticise the individti: 1 as freely as many people criticise the newspaper. Every issue of a live and reputable newspaper is a mantle of charity, and the matter left out truth, not gossip of dames would often more than equal in volume the matter published. If any editor could get out a cold fact edition some day, and get up a tall'trec and watch the result whew ! What a panic there would be. Middleton Post. Accommodating Boy. September Ladies' Home Jornal. "I never could quite see the point of this," nor .the reason for it. What are the salaries which are paid to others, to you or to me ? They signify nothing: If the highest salary paid to the foremost man in a certain profession is $10,000 a year, what does it prove or signify ? There is no obstacle to some one's else going into that same profession and earning $25,000. The first step in going into business is to find out not which special line is most profitable, but which line you are most interested in and are best fitted for. Then drive ahead, and the salary will take care of itself. When a young man thinks too much of his salary it is pretty good proof that he is not of very superior make. Ability commands income. But you must start with ability: not with salary." Cap l. Collier lleavtat. $ Claiged.Vievof.a Cfangedfar. jsl txftik, atuLik Aduft nm ao- - jamais ikok d) outkued ity STORMES DRUGr STORE In the action brought by Ilunley it. See that every citizen has a good Singleton, against the Kentucky Grow.vord for it, and speaks kindly of his ers Insurance Company, for $375,00 for fellow business man. Keep the stroet.-clea- n loss of barn, and $:;75,U0 for loss of to iw 100,00, lbs of and the buildings painted. Keep whaths hemp, the cLiendant- waived its techt'ie weeds mowed in the living part ol nical defenses a.i-answered and fie town. See that private property itood on its (iff.susu that he had fr.uit!- ail-gd i How to Advertise a Toivu. nave its newspapers speak well of Court Notes. s kept up, lawns mowed, houses paint-d- . il.'iilly placed a $.,i..u value on a .i5u-.o- il ham. and nm a uiul or side walks kept in good repair it the time of it; insurance or hemp at the Patriotism to the. town on the part ol .niie of th iirv, an I n;i;i Sos ill its citizens is absolutely necessary iletou rolused lupi to triai on the is-;- u am! withdrew his suit. Tiu to its growth and progress. These a re Kentucky Gnr.vrts Jusur.iiiee eomjet- a few of thctliings whii-hgolmif.-waiv not only protcrts again t tiire, toward advertising a town to iU liU'llliiiiiL.' :intl winds hut. protects its policy holders against fraud. beneti t. West eru A d vert iser. ANOTHER CIRCUS! Capt. William H. Collier, who was recently appointed to a captaincy in volunteers, was orthe thirty-eightdered to Louisville Saturday night to report for duty. He will first be put on recruiting service and then ordered t) the Philippines. He said he did not know whether or not he would get back here before sailing, but would try and do so. While a host of Lancaster friends regret to see him leave, yet they know he will make a soldier of whom all will be proud. h HAS COME AND GONE. are gointr to Offer a that beats anv cirrus, nnd t hr ARE FREE with every 5c purchase. Wft lav-Ot- lt But TiPU-RT- K Here it Is! Just Take VALT7ABT7R a Moment to Think of It! will Tvwlict.riWnri t. ,.Wn, ..r big "round-up.- " Come and take advantage or the low prices. We give you a numbered ticket with every 5c purchase: two numbers with 10c purchase; three numbers with 15c purchase, and so on. Besides the unheard-o- f BARGAINS which we alone can offer. Every numbered ticket is a chance for one of the seven presents, which are as follows. PTvF.STlXTS SEVEN ti RE Tlie,Cradcd School Circuit Court. most accommoOne of In order that the benefits of the dating andLancaster's Business has been attended to in polite colored boys is Alex Lancaster Graded School may be as "Buggy Horse." circuit court with remarkable rapidity only to those entitled to them, Gill, better known He carries the mail from post otlice this term, and the record for justice by the term of the law, the following to trains and does some ten thousand and dispatch broken. Tlte Commonrules are adopted: favors for people. He has a box at wealth's docket will be cleared better "Only the following children are en- the Mason Hotel where mail can be than for many years. The following titled to free tuition in the Lancaster left after the. office closes and he goes cases have been disposed of: Graded Common School: there regularly after it. He gets no Henry Farley and Geo. Robinson, First Those who are of legal school pay for this whatever, and only does malicious shooting and wounding $50. age and have a legal residence in the so to accommodate the people who each. school district. The legal residence, write letters after the post otlice is ilont Kavanaugh, breaking into of pupils, is with their parent or par closed at six in the evening. "Buggy warehouse, 1 year. ents. If neither parent is living, then Horse" is all right. Green Burnside, selling liquor unlawfully, $50. their legal residence may be with J. Weaver and E. Grant, perjury, their guardian or guardians, whose Keep Your Eye Skinned. residence is within the district. The people don't seem to realize the not guilty. Second Children, not entitled to fact that notwithstanding the exBudBroaddus, concealed weapons, free tuition, may he admitted to the treme hot weather, we have small $25. and 10 days. school on the payment in advance, of pox all over the state. There area Same, breach of peace, lc. and cost. tuition, at such rates as may, from number of cases in Lincoln, Casey and Jno. and Jas. Hendren, breach of time to time, be fixed by the Board of other counties close to us. The state peace, $10.- each. Trustees. Pupils, not entitled to free Board of Health has issued a wraning, Wm. McCoy, killing Whitehead tuition, will not be recieved by the stating that unless a general vaccina- (about 12 years ago) continued by deprincipal into the school, unless evi- tion is had this disease will soon get fendant. dence is produced that tuition has beyond control when cold weather sets Eliza Reld, col., maliciously woundbeen paid, in advance, for the time in. There are many people who have ing Lot Kennedy, not guilty. for which the pupil is entered, or on not been vaccinated, and Jno. Wallace, housebreaking, 3 years the danger the order, in writing, of the Board rf Same, grand larceny, 1 years. Trustees entered on the record book. is much more serious than the public Oscar Hicks, malicious wounding, A certified copy of such order, pre- seems to realize. sented to the principal, will be author3 years. ity by him for the admission of a puDon't Worry About Salaries. Same, concealed weapons $25. and No children under pil or pupils. "What salaries are paid in different 10 days. school age, will be admitted at any time. By order of the Board of Trus- business callings is a question often The trial of Gillis Prather was set tees. asked by young men, and one which for this morning and, as we go to press The terms are for 1st, 2nd and 3rd seems to enter into their deliberations a jury is being selected. grades $9. (for session of 4i month's) as a qualifying factor as to whether Quite a number of small civil cases 4th 5th and Gth $12; 7th and up $15. they shall enter certain trades or pro- have been disposed of, and business of Wji. Hkbndon, Sec'y." fessions," writes Edward Bok in the this class will be pretty well cleaned up Theo. Cuhkey, Pres't. - September 23d at 10 o'clock p. m. The presents will be distributed in tho rairest possible manner, and In the presence of any and all ticket holders who may care to be present. See the presents. They will please vou. Remember we give you either the Regular premium Tickets, same as before, or the numbered tickets, as you wish, so that all may be pleased. 1st Prize, One set of Dishes, 50 pieces. 2d Prize, One Oak Rocking Chair, a "beauty. 3d Prize, One Oak Center Table, admired by all. 4th Prize, Set Elegant Carving Knife and Fork. 5th Prize, One "Watch, good Everyday timepiece. 6th Prize, 1 Doz. Thin-blow- n Tumblers, beauties. 7th Prize, 1 Doz. Good Everyday Tumblers. mmst. t,th riml n nfic This nresent salfi Vidimus nn Sntnrrlnr A T.i.- - Get in on this big sale. Beats anything in the world. .People are coming from everywhere. Blue Grass Grocerr LANCASTER, KY. W. H. HOSHAL&CO, Cipdi, J. X. DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC, BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY for CO Commission Merchants, Cattle,Hogs,Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS, M O. Suveryor ail Apnt - - - CINCINNATI, AETNA FIRE INSURANCE ORGANIZED 1883. Information regard! nglive stock cheer fully furnished. Consign your stock di ect to us. 'Phone 734 rims nmm U 0PLAH0A8TEK.IT. bam, Please Remember The middle of the year is past and settling time is at hand. I - Capital, Surplus Fund Oaurafal aad $50,000 10,000 BUSINESS SOUOIXBD. When in Danville, call on m m Pronpt Attest! oa Gaj Prealda Cuhlet Assistant Leading DRUGGISTS, BOOK LILLARD & STOUT. SELLERS and STATIONERS.! School Books, Tablets, Inks, &c. a Specialty. Best Soda Waterin town. Need the Money due me and must insist that my friends call in and settle. 1 . X. BiasiNBOTHAX Lxwia,Y. Lxatxll. 8. 7. Htjdsow Biwrr. CD. WiUtn W. O. DIRXCTORS: Cua'i Bookkeepea Sallie D.Tillett. J.V.KiMxentAX, J.B.JosmoH, B. O. Abxou, Jm. AUX.Qibm, IjSwjs Y.LsAYau, ' s. 7. Hmei. 7. a J at OA. T.Sf.Anpui J.J.Wum J ' MONTHLY SUFFERING. 'Thousands of women are troubled at monthly intervals with paina in the head, back, breasts, shoulders, sides hips and limbs. But they need not suffer. These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected. The menstrual function should operate painlessly. A Pitched Battle- on th Streets of McKce Senator William Clark Sbot .Three Time. Reports from Jackson county say late Saturday evening; at ilcKee, a pitched battle took place between two of the wealthiest families in southeastern Kentucky. The fight was between James Ilayes and his four tOns on one side, and Senator William Clarke, Sherman Lead-for- d and others. The battle ocSenstreets. on the curred ator Clarke was shot three times. There is no hope for his recovery. One of the Hayes boys had the content, of d shotgun implied a into him. He will die. Bad biooi had existed between the Ciar.ce families for a number of is the present senator from the Seventeenth senatorial district. It is feur. d this will develop into one of the worst feuds in the mountains. double-barrele- Loxdon", Ky., Aug. 29. A SMALL SPOT Wedded at the Fair. SiiEriiERDSViLLE, Ky., Aug. 27. At the Bullitt county fair Mrs. G. W. Clarke, aged 52 years, and P. T. Smith, 33bd NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT C. A. R. MAY BE CANCER. The greatest care should be given to anv little sore, pimple or scratch which shows no disposition to heal under ordin ary treatment. No one can tell how soon these APPEASED AT FIRST AS will develop into Cancer of the worst type. So many people die from Cancer simply be- liCQC DIMDI CQ cause they do not know just what the disease is; lYlLIIL riliirLLUi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors, and are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous operation the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer. The disease promptly returns, however and is even more violent and destructive than before. Cancer is a deadly poison in the blood, and an operation, plaster, or other external treatment can nave no effect whatever uporr it. The cure must come from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. A Mr. "Wm. Wabble, of Walshtown, S. D., Bays: little blotch aboi the size of a pea came under ray left eye. gradually gtvr intc larger, from which shooting paina at intervals ran in an directions. I became greatly alarmed and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced it Cancer, and advised that it be cut out. but this I could not con sent to. I read in my local paper of a cure effected by S S.S.. and decidedlo try it. It acted like a charm, the Cancer becoming at first irritated, and then discharging less v'ry 'reelv. This gradually grewscab ana then WS&I which soon altogether, leaving a small only a healthy little scar remains where pod off nnd now what threntened to destroy my Jtte once new lull sway." ffivSO Ss KklMm' Positively tho only cure for Cancer is Swift's Specific friUAl iinnT inniTMT UMOLO im?r nioro riAlL ViuLEili 4 makes menstruation painless, and regular. It puts the delicate menstrual organs in condition to do their work properly. And that stops all this pain. Vhy will any woman suffer month after month when Wine of Cardui will relieve her? It costs $1.00 at the drug store. Why don't you get a bottle For advice, in cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "The Ladies The Advisory Department,' Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Teun. of OenavIIIe. Texas, says: trotbUC at monthly Internal with terrible paint In my head and back, but have been entirely relieved by Win el Cardui." FOR A REVOLVER. Two Vrother, at Hammond, ScufH.-'i- l tot the Veitpou Un ia I ca.l muJ the Other Is Djl.itf. Mr. ROZENA LEWIS, Ky.. Au;j. 20. John Ilub-barof Hammond, Knox county, while drunk became boisterous and was handling- his revolver in a curvlcss manner when his brother, Uradley Hubbard, attempted to take the weapon from him by force. In the tcuffle the weapon was di charged, killing Bradley instantly and fatally wounti-iu- r John. ConBiJf, d, aisoon-tinue- d aged 21 years, were married in the judge's stand in the sight of the crowd attending the fair. The bride's children objected to the wedding, but to no avail. Left Foot Taken Off. IJopkinsville, Ky., Aug. 26. Will Gai titer, an employe of the Illinois Central railroad here, jumped from a moving freight train at Nortonville Thursday morning and had his left foot taken off. Jealousy Cause a shooting. Bowling Gkeen, K3-- . Aug. 30. Joe Keyes shot and dangerously wounded Geo. Humes at Gatte's Store, in this Keyes county, Monday morning. charges Humes with estranging his wife. Both are well known farmers. Cut With a Razor. Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 20. During a fight in Logan town, a colored annex of this place. Bob Burnside, 16, cut Anderson Dumber fatally with a razor. The cause of the trouble is not known. Burnside was arrested. Hunter's Had Mistake. PHILADELPHIA September 1st to 4th. Low Round Trip Rates from all points South. If your tickets read via the Queen & Crescent Route, you can go one way (from Cincinnati) and return another.. You can sty? over at Washington City for a visit, and are also entitlecJ one other stopover if you want it. Side trips have been arranged for at nominal rates from Philadelphia to Gettys burg. theVirginia battlefields, and the sea shore resorts. The train service north via the T Queen O. L. MITCHELL. DIVISION & Crescent Route Is of the very finest character, and makes a pleasure trip of this kind as pleasant as it is possible to make one. FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS arc provided on night trains. All through trains run on fast schedules and are vestibulecfc Day coaches are provided with lavatories, smoking rooms and other conveniences for a long trip ; and the Pullman Sleepers are of the hicrhest standard. Remember The Stop overs, Circuitous RoHtes asd Side Trips Further particulars gladly furnished by Queen Agents, or by 4s Crescent fftuianitur' - CHA8. W. ZELL. DIVISION W. C. RINEARSON, qenupassr. aot, Cincinnati. PASIINOIK MINT, CHATTANOOO. TENN. PASSUtOtR MINT. CINCINNATI, O. ilrop-fciK- iW . S. S. FOR THE BLOOD TTl "Iwat JUST A MERE BOY. Dot for His Electric Gob $300,000 lias Ilecn Offered by the British- Government. It Is generally supposed that In Inventive ingenuity the Yunkee boy leads the world, and vc always poiiit with pride to our Hen Franklins, Eli and Tom Kdisons, but an English lad, not yet of age, with an invention for which he lias already refused more than a quarter of a million dollars, has made n pretty fair start in the direction of fame. This noiseless and smokeless electric gun invented by ilr. Xewman, a young apprentice at Whitehead's torpedo factory, exists at present only in the tiny model weighing seven pounds. With this small weapon, however, the Inventor has made very satisfactory experiments, shattering a target at a distance of a, mile and also at five miles' range. The gun has a very high muzzle velocity. It Is said that the inventor has refused an offer of Td.OlH) front the admiralty for his invention. Meanwhile he if carefully guarding his secret while he constructs a model weighing 100 weight. This he hopes to try probably In July. ilr. Xewman is the son of a Portland grocer. His genius has developed early, for he is still in his twentieth vwir Wliit-neys, May Keep Ycung The real secret of youthful features In women is regular menstruation. If there is an irregularity of any nature if the menses be suppressed or too scanty, too profuse or painful the trouble will show in the face. The eyes will be encircled with black, the skin sallow; blotches Rnd pimples will appear, and the l ifferer, although young in years, .rill appear old in looks. The remedy is tin-faili- Brabheld's Fesale Regulator It cures all ills of the womanly or- a gans, Falling of the Womb. Ieucor-rhoeor "Whites and Bearing-dow- n Pains. Cures Backache, Headache and Nervousness, all of which are due to weakness in the same organs. Large bottle are sold by Dnmgisls for $1. THE BRADP1ELD REGULATOR CO, AtUnta, Go. TI Her. books on Cancer nnd Blood Diseases will be mailed free to any address by George C. Ovcrstreet, of Taylorsville, B ft Spocilic Company, Atlanta, Georgia, has written a letter to the Brown state central committee, accepting the nomPilch! I'll ! ination for superintendent of public Why be bothered with thU annoy- MAKES MAN AND BEAST MAD. instruction, vice llev. E. O. Ouerrant-Friend- s ing complaint when Runner Salve will of Gen. P. W. liardin say the French Photographer Says Ited Ex. cute you. 2.1c. ' C.& J. E. "Unmes. statements in the Guebei organs that cites Human Ilelnes an Well as Animals. he will take the stump for Goebel aro ANOTHER FEUDIST SHOT. untrue. Why docs the bull so strongly object to a red rag? While the professional A New Itunoo Gam n. Itob Gregory, a .Mcmbor of tho physiologists do not, an yet, appear to Paius, Ky., Auj. 'Si. A new bunko Faction, Kt'.led In (.lay ( ounty t he have found any satisfactory explana hlayois t'etcbratu. pame is being worked throughout the tion of the fuct, a French manufacture state. A stranjrer secures lodg-inat a London, Ky., Aug. 30. Bob Gregory, of photographic materials professes to Late at night a couple farm house. drive up and announce the wish to killed in Clay county, Sunday night, have discovered that bulls are by no only members of the animal The stranger says he ia was butied Tuesday morning. Several means thewho are married. kingdom excited by anything minister and marries them. The men were engaged in the fight at Greg- red, says the acw lork Express. A larmer s signature as witness on mo ory' house. Floyd Wolfe fired four large number of hands are employed is alcertificate later turns up on a promts shots at Gregory. Alex leged have fired the fatal shot. Greg- In the manufactory, both male and fe sory note. and ory is a strong sympathizer of the male,been most of the work has hith erto performed in rooms to which Didn't Knew Ic a Lo.ulod. Griffin faction. Fisher is of the Phil-p- nil the light that was admitted came Willi amshl'kg, K3r. Aug-- 20. Nows faction and a brother to Ed Fisher, through panes of red glass. Hardlv from twenty miles back in the moun killed in the Philpot-Grifli- n battle, day passed without some terrific dis tains, near Dishman, reached here of July 17. turbance taking place among the work of the' accidental killing Gregory's body fell in his own hou-e- , Now it was a duel almost t people. Joe Grant, by hoi. Ilubbs, his compan torn nearly in two by bullets. The the death between two of the men, now ion. The bovs were preparing to leave slayers are alleged to have procured between two of the women; sometimes home to enlist, and were examining a two gallons of whisky and engaged in the melee was general. "Workshop regulations were absolutely ignored revolver. The weapon was not sup a drunken revel after the killing. and no amount of fines or other punish posed to be loaded. NEWT KELLY ARRESTED. ments seemed to have any permanent a Clerkship. Kecoimnendeil deterrent effect. This stnte of affair Fkankfokt, Ky., Aug. 30. J. G. Bai It is Charged lie 1'olnoned Ills Uncles, was assumed, until recently, to be in After, Then Robbed Iheua-Soley, who was defeated by Sam J. Shack separable from work carried on in un ward Started in Itulncs elford for clerk of the court of appeals comfortable conditions. At length it oc curred to some bright spirit that the in 1S97, has been recommended by Sen Louisville, Ky., Aug. 29. NewtKe'. red panes of glass might be at fault ator Deboe for a clerkship in the ccn sus bureau in Washington. Mr. Bailey ly ua arrested here Saturday night by and it was deeided to try what the ef will take an examination at Cincinnati Detectives Armstrong and Hardin and fect of green panes would be. The ef lodged in jaiL Kelly came hero from fect was Instantaneous. From that day next month. Henry county three months ago. He a sudden peace fell upon the whole Charged Willi Moouhlnlti;r. ia alleged to have poisoned Sam Kelly workshop that had never been know Carlisle. Ky., Aug. SO. Oflieers W. and his brother, who were his uncles, before. Bickering and fighting ended L. Campbell and T. E. Hutchings, ac last year at Lockport, Henry county, as if by enchantment, and voice of man companied by a Mr. Smith, of Lexing and " to have stolen S9.000 in or woman was never heard raised abov ton, a United States deputy marshal. money from the home of Sam- a whisper. left Tuesday morning with Bob was not susKelly. He uel colored, charged with moonshin pected at the time of the death of the ing. parties, but some time after the money No More Shakes. was missing Newt Kelley went into Gas struck in the Street MonEUEAD, Ky., Aug. 30. Gas was the saloon business at Eminence. This TRY struck in the main street of Morchcad gave weight to the suspicion. It got while boring for a well. It burned for so uncomfortable for him that he dishours and caused great excitement. A posed of the business three months joint stock company is being formed ago and came here. The sheriff of to work the well, which is pronounced Henry county came here and took the prisoner to Newcastle. a good one. J ll. rltaoocn . He Accept tho Nomination. Louisville, Ky., Au.j. 30. because it is the only remedy which can go deep enough to reach the root of the disease and force "it out of the sjstem permanently. A surgical operation does not reach the blood tho real seat of the disease because the blood can not be cut away. Insist upon S. rt. S.; nothing can take its place. S. S. S. cures also anv case of Scrofula. Eczema, Rheumatism. Contagious "d l.lswwl Vaxcebukg, Ky., Aug. 20. Police Judge A. H. Holderness mistook Sam Bellamy for a iquirrel while hunting and shot him in the arm and stomach, 30 shot takiutr effect. His condition is serious. for Damages. Minister Kerfoot Ky., Aug. 20. Kev. Dr. F. H. Kerfoot has sued Chas. M. Lewis, editor of the Shelbyville Senti nel, for damages by reason of publish ed editorial comments affecting the EOE-Strong- est Southern Girls School Curriculum. any rt- perhapa: in eswntlats. the HARRBDSIURG, KY. where. Six languages, without extra ehsrgs. Piano and Orzun Director. Mnt. Doct.. Oxon. String Muic Director. Grad. Roy. Cot. of Mimic, Munich. Superb advantage in Art and in Elocution. Ground (33 acres) unsurpataed in America for beauty . Ita ntudents have represented mors than 3D States. Befiuedhome. Number limited. Terms reasonable. TH. SMITH, A. M., Pre. (Aluminui of Uulv.of Va.) I BEAUMONT pAIaKVSB. prnf Siielbyville, preacher's character. ; hot br a 1'oilce Judge. Ky., Aug. 20. Whilo out Eouirrei Uunting near tlari;suurg, Police Judge liolerness, of this city. shot and dangerously wounded Sam Bellamy, of that place, who had ac companied him to the woods. VjiNCEitur.o. Tcarisiedrs 1 1 Germani 1 i" I 3J 1 Liver 1 Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at Powder I mc r a TTVT"nn' Excels all others. Cures INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system is heir to. It fully Warranted and 5 fr is Price, 25 Cents, For Sale by 5 j All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand on It. E. McRoberts. g AJ&OQN TO MANKIND! Da TABLETS BUCKEYE PILE jL C 13 en QOEEliCiESCEHT - PlU 7J cn V BOUTE 18'jy. 12-2- CURE Independent Order Red Men Great Council, Washington, D. C, Septem- Der ii-i- u, A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 Cents. Sole Proprietor, ft. Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic Kentucky Tobacco Exhibit. Lexington, Ky. Aug. 30. Paris Exposition Commissioner V. L. Floyd ar- Mr. llryau G. B. SWI1BR0AD, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. rived here from Washington Monday night, and he is visiting tobacco plantations preparatory to making selections for a tobacco exhibit for Kentucky at the Paris exposition. Instructed for Laf e Curler. Louisa, Ky., Aug. 30. The democrats Options on Farms wanted. Money of Lawrence count- - met Monday and loaned on Frst Class Ileal Estate. instructed for Lafe Carter to represent Boyd and Lawience counties in the AGENT FOR legislature. New York Life In's. Co. The Miner Were Victorious. Grays. Ky., Aug. 29. The miners Farm for Sale. Lies one mile West of Taint Lick station and here have won their fight. The contractors settled the controversy by accepting their proposition for a 10 per cent, raise. In addition to the Mingo Co. mine, the Fork Ridge, Reliance and Bryson Mountain mines all resumed work Wednesday morning, the miners accepting a ten per cent, advance. The coal strike is now ended. A Jiytisrioui ir. Hindjjan, Ky., Aug. 25. The house of Prof. John B. Smith, jr., of the Bath public schools, was burned and all of the household effects were destroyed. Incendiarism suspected. MiDDLESBor.o, Contains 102 Will be sold publicly 3-- 4 acres. Miners All at Work. Ky., Aug. 25. October, 7, 1899, On premises. Fo'r particulars, address II. L. Walla ck, Paint Lick, Ky, You Are Going North, Are Going South, Going If You If You If You Are PURCHASE East, Are Going West TICKETS VIA TME Kentucky Trlp-f- ' teuisnttK a NasHvtttg am R. It. sccusa The Maximum The of Safety, Maximum of Speed, of Rates. Moreiiead, Ky., Aug. 25. Mrs. John Bawldridge, wife of a prominent farmer living on Slab Camp, five miles east of this place, became the mother of Three Hundred Uogj Kilted. three bouncing babies, two boys and Greenup; Ky., Aug. 27. The mad one girL All the babies and t he moth- dog scare continues in this county to er arc doing nicely. an alarming extent. Up to the present time over 50 hogs, four horses and ten Mexican Veterans Anuaal sleeting. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 27. Secretary cows have been killed on account of Smith, of the National Association of i hydrophobia. Not less than S00 dogs Mexican War Veterans, announces have been killed since the scare be-that the annual meeting will be held in Indianapolis September 13 and 14. . "At a Frankfort, meeting of the campaign committee Friday Senator Blackburn announced that he had just received a letter from W. J. Bryan, in which he said he would be in Kentucky the latter part of September or the first of October, at a time agreeable to the party leaders. The letter was written just before Mr. Bryan left for the Pacific coast, where he expects to remain until September 15. Senator Blackburn stated that the campaign committee would at once arrange for the trip of Mr. Bryan through the state on a special train, accompanied by a number of the party leaders. Barbecue at Walton Projected. Nicholson, Ky., Aug. 20. The Comwill give a grand mittee of Thirty-Fiv- e barbecue at Walton, Boone county, Ky., in behalf of Hon. William Goebel and other state candidates as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made to secure William Jennings Bryan and other speakers. No. money nor means will be spared to make this the largest gathering ever held in this section. Cominj; l'riuiarlei. Versailles, Ky., Aug. 29. The democratic primary to nominate a candidate for representative from Woodford county is set for September 5. The C. B. race between Stout and John Arnett is becoming close and interesting. Both of them are for Blackburn for United States senator. lu Kentucky. Ky., Aug. 27. THE GUARANTEED CURE. Don't Take a Worthless Substitute. Insist onYUCATAN. PfflCE, 5QC. Sovereigh Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. 18!)!), Detroit, Mich., September High Bridge Excursion. ' Ex;iirsions are run from Cincinnati and all points south every other Sun- clay, to High Bridge. There isn't a more beautiful place to visit than this entrancing spot, you can't allbru to miss it. The rate is remarkably low One Dollar from Cincinnati, Fifty cents from Lexington, and like low rates irom otlier points. Ask your ticket agent about it. You cannot af ford to miss this pleasant day on the river. Your ticket agent will give you rates, dates and schedules for these excursions. JAMES F. BALLARD, - - 310 Norib Hall Street, ST. LOUIS, 110. STORMES DRUG STORE. THE R. KINNAIRD, BANK J L CAPITAL 1100,000.00 INSURANCE. OF SURPLUS 000.00 It E uluRubcrls. Quarantine AVillitlrawii at Old Point Comfort. The quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn, this to notify all concerned that the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has resumed sale of tickets to Old Point Comfort and till points affected by the Excur quarantine. The sions to Old Point Comfort on the sec ond and fourth Tuesdays wih" also be resumed commencing vith the second Tuesday in September. Round trip tickets will be $15.00, limited to 21 days. For full information write, Geo. "VV. Barney, Div. Pass,r. Agt., Lexington, Ky. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. LANCASTER, KY. A. R.Dkmkt. Aetna, Queen, Mm President. Palatine, National, Jno. E. Storm ks. Vice President. S. C. Denny, Cashier. K. Robinson, Hartford, Milwaukee, Conneticut, Jr.. Ass't Cash'r. ' R. T. Embey, DIRECTORS Sam 1. D.Cochran . Jss Spllmsn, A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, Jno. E Stormes. Continental, Falls. German American, Phenix'of Brookljn, New York Underwriters, Glens Liverpool & London & Globe. North British & Mercantile Aetn&LifeMCo.of HarilM.Coni FARM FOR SALE! miles S'tuated In Garrard county nbont from Old I'ultit Lick unil Fair View churches, known us the Jack Itnrr.slde farm und owned by J. Ij. FnuicJfl couHlating of 181 ucres. This fiinn Is situated in n. good neighborhood, G miles from Lancaster, near Klchmoiid and Lancaster turnpike, near churches and school house, U adapted to the growth of corn, hemp und tobacco. Rotary Notion Ball Bearings- - mi w S. BEAZLEY. Teeth extruded without pain w.th Vitalized Air. Office In the New Thompson Building. BHlIdlBS Ordinance. DENTIST The City Council, of the city of Lan Good Residence aud out buildings, good cistern well watered. 8U acres iu cultivation balance lu grass. This farm will be offered arirlvute sale until Sept. lOtli, prox or will be sold publicly that day. The Maximum of. Comfort, The Minimum Kates, Time - DIGEST YOUR FOOD. Klaety per cent, of all sickness U caused by food not being properly digested, it creates poisons and iroes into your blood and then yon are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder and watch the results. Yon will feel the good effects after taking one dose. Give It a trial and be convinced. Price 23c be cheerfully furnished by C. P. ATMORC, s. P. A.. sad all ether information will Or. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam Cursa For your Cslsl try Dr. Otts'a Ssruaa Gun) Balsam. Pries 26o ana oos Yatir Cstiah. Juctth Msalalna Fer sale by E. E. McEoberts. A TIMELY HINT. Ton should be wise and sec that vonr blood Is rich and pare and your whole system put la a perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Thea yon will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder is the best medicine money can buy. fsr Children. For sale by a Bsttls. B. E McRoberts caster, Ky., do ordain as follows: 1 That no permit shall be granted FIRE ani LIFE INSURANCE for the erection of a building, and no building shall be erected on the public square or at any point on Bichmond street, Danville street, Lexington For particulars call on or addresa, J. It. SPRINGFIELir Francis, Point Leavell, Ky., or O. W. Ballew street or Stanford street between the For sale by Ky. Temll. public square and the first street, J. I,. Francis, MARINE counting from the square, crossing Point I&avell, Ky. any of the aforesaid streets, other INSURANCE COMFA.NY. than a brick or stone building which J. S. HASELDEN, EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO shall be covered with metal. jno.t.iuys, j.i.nAMii.TOH: J.K. Robinson 2 Any ordinance herewith OP NEW YOhiC. Is hereby repealed. Attorney Law, Hays, Hamilton . 3 This ordinance goes into effect up- Agts Lancaster, Zy. Attorneys and Connselers at Law Robinson j.on passage and publication-accordinOflce ovei Post Office. to law in Central, Record, of Lan-- l ' IyANCASTER, KY. caster, Ky. :: : Ekstuckt Lancaster, "Work. E.W. Arnold, HEEAKD Lancaster. Kentucky at k MM, &UaHUi I Bring us Tour Job