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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER LANCASTER AND VICINITy. Barrel salt 7, 1899. ' i ONE DOLLAR A YEAR FILTER. I g Top price for eggs at Blue Grass store Lancaster, if brought at once. i House for rent. W. J. Romar 28, 189D.) Graded School Monday. at Gaines in the Graded :6.rto IOBt. New Barber. Nose glasses, gold trimmings, WedNat Boyle, who was injured by the nesday afternoon on or near Public Joe Niklass, the new barber. Shop am standing a nice Jersey Bull at I train in Lincoln county, is rapidly Square. Leave at this office and get N. E. corner Public Square. All work R. L. Elkin. ra25tf 8L00 cash. HUT-SHELdone in the latest style. Give me a Water recovering, and has been able to come reward. trial. tf R. L. Jennings & Co. at Paint Lick, to town. Seed Wheat. will Dav 101c Derdtfen for eggs in Case Continued. Calves for Sale. trade. I have between 500 and GOO bushels The case against Gillis Prather for ftoribly Durham bulls, 9 of good seed wheat for sale, of the Ev- killing Burton at Paint Lick was conTwo Short-Horftalldliie LoU and 10 months old. Geo. W. Evans, erett's High Grade variety. The tinued untH next term Tf vou. want to buv a nice Building Lancaster, .Ky. tf Jno. W. Miller. lm defendant was not ready for trial. Lot I can sell youNnie from 1 to 4 acres Than any Housed We have to makaroom for fall, goods T. Cukkey. 1,000 Dozen eggs wanted at once at cheap. To The Boy a. and will sell a great many" goods at The Blue Grass Store, Lancaster. S FOE FOB Come and have your measure taken IN Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan- cost, and somcat? lessfhan cost. 11. Will give and you will also for a tailor-mad- e suit, as cheap as one laundry. Work shipped L. Jennings &jjJoTaint Lick Ky ville Steam get tickets on the present sale. See ready-madThis is something new csntralKestecky and received daily- - Shirt waists a our ad. in Merchant Tailoring. I. O. O. F. specialty. Office at T. Curreys grocery M. D. Hughes, Agt. Storeroom For Rent. IN EVERY DETAIL. The Odd Fellows changed their tf. store. meeting night to Monday, and all Will rent roorn I now occupy and Stricken by Paralysis. Separates trash from the water before the New Butcher Shop, good meat and members are requested to be on hand give possession once. Stock of goods water is filtered. Mrs. W B Moss received a telegram Water filters upward throusrh selve, pre- low prices, stand at old post office on promptly at 7:30 o'clock. now low and wihvbe sold as a whole at Sunday night stating her brother, Whatever progress we may have made the Science venting tiah from being mixed with filtering Danville street. I will also pay highJ. W. Sweeney. a great bargain material, liird nests, leaves, trash etc.. canCol. David G Colson, had been strickof Merchandising, we must always go hack to first prinDon't Read Tills! not jiosslbly enter Altering material, as it is est market price in cash for all kinds en by paralysis at his home in Mid- caught in the bottom of filter before water is Corn For Sale. R. E. Thompson. 4t ciples. The alphahet of Merchandising is to get your After August 1st we will have for " of produce. filtered. dlesboro. Later reports say he is lien screw cap is removed, it allows filter to to sell 50 acres of corn in the coal in any quanity at sale the best I want prices rigEt. Already you accept our statements as much better. dry out thoroughly. There is no chance for Bis Timber Shipment. the lowest price. It will pay you to field, to be ted down. The corn is in bugs or any kind of insects to accumulate as it dues iu other Alters from dampness. During the past three months, an see us before buying. Office and yard 2 pieces, one piece 35 acres and the Strictly true. You show your appreciation of our prompt Taxes Due. Indianapolis firm bought in this coun- opposite the Granary. W. B. Moss & other about 18. Apply to Jas. II. C. R. H ASELDiUJS , Town taxes are now due, and prop and careful Service. You have learned only goods ty three car loads of line walnut logs. tf. Clark on my place or to me. Sept. 6 erty owners should come forward at Lancaster, Ky. The timber was shipped this week to &Co. we handle- Wm. H. Kinnaird. 1899. once and settle. This has to be done of a standard quality are the kinds To The Fen. New York and will go to Europe. and the time what interests you first, and those putting it oft too long will Sherriff Saunders took the following This Is For All. be put to extra expense. prisoners to the penitentiary Tuesday. For Sale or Rent. Just received 1 Fuller & Sympson's E. M. Walker, CollectorT"" dwelling and Jake Ollie, Geo. Jenkins, Jno. Dia- fresh wheatlet rapMiuts, condensed My desirable good things 15 acres land just outside limits of mond. .Bill Green and Oscar Hicks. milk, and lots other Died In tlie West. Lancaster. lias 2 cisterns, 1 pool and All are negros and convicted last week too numerous t(i mention. We have TnE Record lias received a notice court. They were sent up no limit injuring country Hams, announcing 1 never failing spring. All necessary in circuit the death of Lottie Belle, for breaking into houses", stealing, etc. Lard, EggsMeiw etc Take all you can out buildings. daughter of Mr and Mrs' Sam Bruce, And on this score you can rely on us quoting . i i Mrs. Emma Kauffman. tf. uring utau iuigmsb prices Fuller & which occurred at Saloam Springs, Praklcst of Peaky Nuisances. Sympson. Arkansas, August- - 26th. Mr. Bruce A Beautiful Bias If someone will invent an infernal We are now in thecity selecting our and family moved from Lancaster TnK Record's premium for Fancy machine to blow up the fellow who nearly three years ago. Turnout at the Danville Fair, drew goes into a business house and scans great Fall stock. It will arrive short Beazley & every paper on the desk, he will make ly and we musbvhave room. We are one of the prettiest shows ever seen in Bargains. , .. a similar ring. Several entries were a fortune. Some fellows can stretch almost giving awuygooas now in or Come to "North side of Now notel Funeral Directors. made and the contest was beautiful. their necks out at least two yards and der to get thorn outfof the way. This and see 1)00 of the latest designs in The blue tie was given Mr. C. C. Har- look over a business man's shoulder. clearance sale has' Been the biggest Fall and Winter, Foreign and Domes Arterial and Cavity Embalming ris and wife, of Lexington, and the This is not ignorance nor thoughtless- one ever held in Lancaster. Look out tic Woolens, ever brought to this mar for our Fall announcement. red to Mr. Horace Bowman and Miss ness, but simple idle curiosity. ket, at prices that will make them go. A Specialty. J. Joseph, Lizzie W. Reid, of Boyle. Tailor made or ready made, absolute Ble Times In Louisville. ly all wool, made in the most approvMeeting at Antloch. Getting Serlons. editor of The Record has been The M. D. Hughes, Ag't. ed style. Full Line of . . . Eld. George Gowen's meeting at honored by appointment as a member The dust and drouth are becoming people and Promotion ComFree Bendlns. Furniture and Carpets. New Antioch, has drawn more known of the "PublicityLouisville Industrial almost unbearable, and unless a showto that church than was ever mittee" of the er comes soon, stock will suffer. Many Free copies of a couple of daily pa at similar meetings. The house has Exposition, Street Fair, Midway Car- people in 'town are hauling all the pers have been distributed to all our been crowded, and Sunday the people nival and Festival of Fire, which is to water they use, and washerwomen a e citizens this week. People hereabouts could not all get in. Mr. Gowen has be held in that city on Oct. 9th to 21st having great trouble in turning out have gone to work and have little not been in good health lately and his inclusive, except Sunday, under auspi- their work. As this is the second se- time to talk politics. A few straglers continued preaching has pulled him ces of Louisville Elks. The occasion rious drouth this season it should, it loaf about town though and tell what down considerably. There have been will be one of the greatest in history seems, nave a tendency to put tnose they don't know about situation. sixteen additions to the church so far. of the city, and will draw thousands erposed" to water works to think Telephones Extended. upon thousands of people. The nicest line of cakes and candies The meeting closed Monday night. The Masonic lodge meets next Tues little. in town at Gaines & Faulconer. The Independent lines have been day evening. Fits tiuaranterd. completed to Somerset, Burnside and Fresh groceries af rivinc dallv at Trade at our store and tret first chiis We have studied the measure blanks Monticello. You can now talk direct goods and a nice presentjbesides. R. L. and have fit all shapes of men, as our to these points with the 'phone in Fuller & Sympsoo Jennings & Co. (fofnt Lick Ky. customers will testify: and we do not your house. The Independent lines A line of Worsted flress coaiis worth want you to take goods if they do not are spreading all over the state, and Sacks Sacks. 11 at lOcgo fit. We sell the best quality of goods, is growing in popularity all the time. 12i, 25, 35, cu, and IL A B Marksbury & Son keep on per. yd. It. L. Jen INGS & Co. W VIM from the oldest and largest house in hand new sacks, and will sell to the the nation, at a uniform price and a Christian Church Announcement. tyi Buy International Poultry Food, it farmers at cost. At the Christian church next Sun very small profit, as we will prove to Premium. you if you will give us a call, com day morning, the pastor. Eld. Charles will make hens Iawvaml bring your For each $5 worth of goods bought E. Powell will preach on "Some Dis eggs to T. Currey and gettha-highe- st pare quality, prices and fits. of me the purchaser will be entitled tinguishing Principles of the Chris market price in cash or produce. M. D. Hughes, Ag't. to a guess at Goebel's plurality over tian church." All of the members Burr-Tail- s. Having sold my business, I desire to Taylor, for Governor. The nearest are urged to be present and the pub Some people have about as much lic is cordially invited to attend. close my old books. Come and settle guess will get a $5 pair of idea ot maintaining home enterprises either by cash or not, want to sell all pants. M. D. Hughes, Agent. as a hog has of the Philippinejsitua Not The Record's Fault. my bad papers to someengelse. G. S. Pronoanced Saccess. tion.What we want is more We advertised In last issue that the Gaines. hustlers. We have many men in Lan L. & N. would run the usual excursion The New Danville Fair Association To Parents. caster who work like Trojans to ad last Sunday, but it proved to be a has every reason to shake bands with vance the town's interest and support misiaice. ane announcement was Supt. Patterson requests The Rec- its self over the great success achieved her enterprises, but, on the other telephoned to this office from the de okd to impress upon the patrons of last week. Never in the history of hand, we have a few (only a few, thank pot. Quite a number were disappoint the Graded School the importance of the old amphitheater was it called upsending in the children at opening of on to hold such a crowd as was there heaven) who will never get the burrs ed. the school Monday. Those who strag Friday, while on the preceding days picked from their tails. To Ambitious Young ITIea. gle in only confuse the classes. the attendance was remarkably large. Becelvers Appointed. Write now to Wilbur B. Smith, for This is all due to the push of PresiOn petition of leading stockholders 23 years, President of the Comraeoclal Push It Along. Harry. dent LHIard, Secretaries Bright and a temporary receiver has been ap College of Kentucky University, Lex Danville folks are trying to get the Woodcock, and the hustle of an pointed for the Richmond Electric ington, Ky., for circulars of e this re depot in board of directors. Light Company. The stockholders in sponsible and influential college. Q. & C. to build a new need one.that A These were all young men, and they city. They certainly their petition bring serious charges Bookkeeping, shorthand and Type vast amount of traycl out of that city moved about the crowd, making eveagainst President Hauss and Manager writing and Telegraphy taught. Grad is Lancaster people, and we feel much ryone feel at home. This sociability Adair, of the company, who are said uates successful!. In order that your on the part of the managers was apin the project. to have left town taking with them mail may reach this college, address interested preciated by the crowd, and its safe to the company's books and" records. The only Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington, Ky. A Paint IUck Enterprise. say that all who attended this year Hume boys, are largely interested in Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by will go back next time. The show of Superintendent's Notices the plant, and through their push and Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting stock was splendid, the liberal premienterprise the plant was straightened During the month of September, with ready sale every where. Persons ums bringing stock from all over the will be out visiting the schools, and who have used it say it's a marked out and is again running at full tilt. Superintendent's office will he success and a sure cure for Fistula, state. Each award seemed to suit all the interested, as no kick was registeied Easiness Change. open only on Saturdays. Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge- by anyone. The order was the best Mr. W. B. Burton yesturday bought The election notices and poll sheets ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on we ever saw, no drunenness or smart out the interest os his partner, Mr. for the election of trustees, which is a written guarantee, and money re Alec's on band to annoy the patrons. Have you Chas: E. Barker, in the large livery to take place the first Saturday in Oc- funded if not as represented. For saje Friday there were from forty-liv- e hunstable on Stanford street, Mr. Barker tober, are now at the Superintendents by E. E; McBoberts, Lancaster. dred to five thousand people on the will please call and will return to his farm near Buckeye. office. Trustees grounds. When Goebel and BlackThe business has been remarkably good get these notices. JenBlns;sTfcoBBpson. burn arrived on the grounds, thej Teachers will please call and get and the yonng men certainly deserve with The marriage of Miss Elizabeth were driven into the ring and ushered M the good patronage the stable is rec their term reports. Thompson and Mr. B. L. Jennings oc- into the secretary's "office, where a tf. Elisa J. Ltjsk, Co., Supt. curred yesterdoy afternoon, at four general handshaking was held. After eiving. Mr. Burton will continue to M furnish the very best horses and bug Notice of Election. o'clock, at the home of the bride's un an elegant dinner, served by the lagies and you cap depend upon receiv got liim provided "with, a goodsuit? Have you a word Notice is hereby given that on Tues cle, Mr. Alex Dunn, in Danville. The dies of the Presbyterian church, the your ear s service when you call lng day, November seventh, eighteen hun attendants were Miss Mat tie Powell speakers went to the stand which had upon him. tired ana ninety-ninfrom seven and Sam Haselden, Miss Mattie been erected at the track, back of the The amphitheater, and for nearly four o'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m Thompson and Will Embry. Cet Yob A 'Phone. we have to offer. - We know exactly how us about five minutes, and see Some regular subscribers to the tel continuously, an election will be held bride was handsomely attired in a hours democratic oratory was. poured average "boy goes through, his clothes, so we anticipate his needs ephone-systeare greatly annoyed by in and for the City of Lancaster, Ken blue cloth with yellow silk and che out over a sweltering mass of humaai-t- y. Notwithstanding the fact thai neighbors, and others, running in and tucky, by the qualified electors of said nille trimming, hat and gloves to secrets of strengthening the weak points. That's construction. We know using their 'phones. This is thought city, to determine whether said city match. The brides maids wore blue the speakers had an immense throa?, demand; makes our school suits GOOD. We the mothers lessness npon the part of those using shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen tailor made suits with hat and gloves the crowd at the show ring reioaiBed Suits, the best Reefer Suits, the best claim the best Knee Suits. the instrument. A subrcriber pays thousand dollars for the purpose of to match. The groom and attendants nearly as large as was present in forfor his 'phone just like he hires any furnishing said city with water, (fifty wore the conventional black with tan mer years, and the show' of stock Double knees and seat, Prices $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3.50, $5. Best line School uninterruptedly. thing else. If you had a buggy hired fire hydrants), for seven years. Said gloves. Rev. Allen said the ceremoThje Rbcord congratulates the of Shoes ever shown Lancaster. from a livery stable, would it be right indebtness to be paid in seven equal ny. The couple will be entertained The amount by relatives until Monday, when they ficers, from president down to the fel for some one to wast to borrow it? annual installments. Telephone rent is cheaper in Lancas therefore necessary to be raised an will make a visit to Cincinnati- - They low who rings the bell, aad ter than any other town in the state nually by taxation is two thousand will make their hoae in Paint Lick. then that their eforts ere R Kinnaird, Mayor, T&e Rbcord extends congratulations teel by folks oa this aMe of Dix;riar, and those wanting to talk should rent dollars. one, or go to the Simpson Hotel of city of Lancaster, Ky. sad wish their voyage tareufk Mfe a who look forwftHtefavMKt yoauM i I&?3 happjrone hitioa with aach Cak. Att; W, H. tarbere there is a pay station, rata For sale, 7 bushel barrel salt $1.50 H. B. Northcott? Put every urchin September 1st and after eggs cash, Cut a white oak board and make the 9ic. H. B. Northcottfv urchins go to school. There are quite Circuit court adjourned Saturday. a number who lounge about the street The dockets were pretty well cleaned and Park. up. Mono iii L. School. Blllr' HSy i n More Goods Same Goods Money ( top-pri- e. Same Moneys Hess in J. that ter that, last all But af is 1 PRICES. . Baiigliman, . THE VERY LOWE5T PRICES Of Any House in Central Ken tucky. J.5.HA5ELHEN Attorney at Law Lancaster. L MM GOODS Tin ami TTfifi.r Them JVM MVliW Bells a. Rvnffintj? HtlfttglHgl . If m don't 1 pi all-wo- now, yon will te lit Monday wide-awak- That boj ofjours must go to school provided MbsbbwBB him Clothes? m Just in If first-clas- e, what the the in their what that's what Pants Junior m in m m pi cea-tinu- ed LOGAN & ROBINSON. Vwiw, llnni CENTBAL RECORD ITIBT VIII BT LAJtDRAM. Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. YlJLX, IV ADVi.HC. .$1-0- FLaTWOODS. Mr. Clouse bought a calf from James Worrell for $6.50. Jim Coldiron's barn burned to the ground last Friday evening. There was preaching at Good Hope the fourth Saturday and Sunday by the pastor, Rev. Pike. We wonder if the correspondent ot Leaf is really converted to the Mor mon faith? Miss Virgie Worrell started back to Lebanon Ohio Sunday night, to atMiss Roxie Spaugler is tend school isithig at W. II. Furr's....D. D. Lawson of Williamsburg, is visiting C. Mc. Furr this week.... Mrs. W. H. Furr has returned from Cloverdale, Ind., where she has been visiting her arents, Mr. and Mis. Cornelts Mc- Carty . LOWELL. 3am Jennings sold 2 hogs to J, R. Henderson at $5.00 per head. Miss Bruce Pumphrey of Lancaster, is visiting Miss Willie Mac Brown Ben Eads, of West Point, is visiting Mrs. Barlow of Richhis mother mond, is visiting Mrs. John Smith Mrs. Clara Battis has returned home from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Miss Fannie Spratt Minnie Boyd and Richard Brown visited Mrs. Fressa Boyl at Point Leavell Sunday ...'.MissLula McChore and brother, visited Miss ICateDjnton, and attended the association at Mb. Tabor Miss Lizzie Hammond of Jellico, is visiting friend and relatives here Mrs. George MsKenney has returned home from a visit to liar daughter, Mrs. Ei Brown. Vulcanic Mr: William Bradihaw. The subject of this sketch, Mrs. Clara B. Bradshaw, was born May 29, 1875, and died Aug. 20, 1899, aged 24 years and 4 months. Death is always cruel but especially so in the case of the young and fair. This was sadly illustrated in the death of Mrs. Bradshaw whose loving husband and tender young son will live more and more but to learn each-dathe loss which they have sustained, but while we grieve at her untimely death we rejoice to know that an earnest christian faith had prepared hei to meet and conquer our last enemy. She was a consistent member of the Baptist church having been baptized into the fellowship of the. Freedom church two years ago aid but for that dread disease, consumption, she might have lived for many years of useful ness. "Her sun went down, while it was yet day." She will be sadly missed by her family, her church and the community. But recognizing the hand of Him whom she trusted in life and death we are constrained to say, The Lord hath given and the Lord hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord." Her remains were laid away in the Lancaster Cemetery after prayer and the reading of scripture by the Rev. J. C. Massee, of the Baptist church. To the sorrowing loved ones we would say, remember that for her, death is swallowed up in victory through grace in the Lord Jesus A Friend. Christ. Over-rule- d Ills "Pint." SOWS Mouths. " " . .25 THURSDAY, September 71899 from the way the crowd flocked about Hon. James B. McCreary at the Danville fair Friday, that gentleman is still very warm in the hearts of eighth district people. Judging The Xicholasville Democrat has changed its make-up- , and now appears quarto. The change is a a decided Improvement. The Demo crat has been climbing under the present editor's work. n Eruption. JUDSON. Farmers here are more than busy cutting hemp and tobacco, and trying to keep the hogs out of the corn iields. John Kay lost a valuable mare Sat urday, by falling and breaking her -- hi- - was startled last Sunday to see his young hopeful in the gallery of the church, pelting the congregation with peanuts. Try neck. ing to express kis disapproval by George Grow bought a cow and calf frown, his tongue clove to the roof of his mouth as the boy called out: "You from Wm. Carter for &10. tend to your preachin', dad, I'll keep John Lane has a horse badly cut on LEAF. a wire fonce. 'em awake. " W N and F B Grow attended the It is hard to tell which is being per Mormon elders continue to receive Baptist Association at Mt. Tabor last secuted the most, Goetoel or the mor rough treatment all over the state. week F M Saunders is attendeding mon preachers. No flight to Ugliness. We suppose the ring leaders in these the protracted meeting at Jfew Anti-oc- h The sun is so very hot if the farmers The woman who is lovely in face, assaults are church members. The Mrs Chas Peacock, of Jellico, are not very particular there will be a form and temper will always have average "church members" of today is visiting her brother, A D Ford great deal of sun burnt tobacco. friends, but one who would be attractis just about that calibre of man who Mrs PeacheyGrow and Miss Mattie Born, on the :d to the wife of C. B. ive must keep her health. If she is thinks all he must'dois have his name Saunders have returned from a week's Engleman, a nine pound girl. weak, sickly and all run down, she upon the books and contribute towards Jesse W Saun isit to Winchester Mrs. E. II. Ballard and family have will be nervous and irritable. If she defraying the expenses. Genuine re ders attended a big hop one night last has constipation or kidney trouble, her ligion is getting to be an exceedingly week, given in honor of some Louis moved to Stanford. J. R. Henry, of this place, got his impure blood will cause pimplest scarce article in this country. ville girls who are visiting here Miss Finnell, of Danville, is the guest pocket picked at Richmond court clay, blotches, skin eruptions and a wxetchi Messrs Joe Mrs. Richard Barlow, of Richmond, ed complexion. Electric Bitters is the Du. W. Godfrey IIukter is said of Eliza Wall this week to be keeping an eye on the Kentucky ind Jim Simpson are in the moun was the'guei.t of Mrs. J. II. Smith this best medicine in the world to regulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu Mrs. Margaret week. campaign with particular regard to tains buying cattle i r the probable complexion of the next Stone visited her son, 1 A Stone, of Don't forget ix) can iuj"l ickets on fy the blood. It gives strong nerves,-brig7 eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich Silverware at R. L. .Is kings & Co. ' Legislature. His nibs Is not the only your city last week. complexion. It will make a good look nlace-lnle- r who has an urofessional ies, Cigars, and A nice line n ing, charming woman of a MARKSBURY. Tin eye peeled in that direction. Jennings & Co. Tobacco at I n valid. Only 50 cents at R. E. Mc tight for U. S. Senator will be the hot Burt Johnson and Oscar Prather, Roberts' Drug Store. lm Mr. Reuben Baylor is quite sick at test ever held by a Kentucky legisla two little boys that are hardly old Prohibition Platform. ture, and this far in advance, a num this writing. enough to go without diapers, under A Soldier's View. Mrs II D Aldridge and your corres The Prohibition party in the State ber are laying their plans. took to break up the Sabbath school A Kansas young man, possessed of of Kentucky, in convention assembled, pondent returned Monday from a very last Sunday evening bythrowing rocks The Louisville base ball club has pleasant visit to relatives in Burgin. at the house and yelling, it tneir unusual aptitude for cultivating the acknowledge the authority of the Al friendship of the fair sex, enlisted for mighty God. and declaring that to his .Charley Kemper, of Kansas City, cancelled its remaining home dates parents don't take thdm in hand and if they after several days' visit to his parents, do something with them, the law will service in the Philipines, and after will all just government should con and not much would be missed being on the tiring line for some time form; and announcing our allegiance would cancel all others. A good team Mr and Mrs Jack Kemper returned where he saw some rough skirmish to the Prohibition party, hereby set Mrs Robt Humphwould be greatly appreciated by not home, Saturday A Word to Mother. ing, wrote back to a friend as follows fortli the following declarations: only Louisville people, but those out reys, who has been visiting her par Mothers of children affected with "For urty-nv- c days never saw a wo ents, Mr and Mrs J C Boner for sever1st. We declare for the complete in the state, and it is strange one croup or a severe cold need not hesi not kept, Every season the manage al months, joined her husband, in tate to administer Chamberlain's man. Fellow citizens, if you want to legal prohibition of the tarffic in inappreciate a women get away from her toxicating beverages in all their forms. Miss Emily ment secures three or four good .men Chicago, Wednesday Co'igh Remedy. It contains no opi 2d. We believe that intelligence, and expects them to do all the work Humphreys, of Georgetown, after a ate nor narcotic in any form and may You know what the Creator did when witli the assistance of a few farm lengthy visit to friends in this com be given as confidently to the babe as he performed the first surgical opera patriotism and an interest for the tion on Adam. If you want to know welfare of the country, and not sex, munity left Wednesday for Bardstown hands who ought to be plowing. success that d Mrs Thur to an adult. The great a grand, glorious, to visit her for treatment what a woman is, Join the army as 1 should be the qualifications Oliver Boner, of Lexington, has attended its use in the thing a man will read the daily papers. mond suffrage. if of colds and croup has won for it the did seeing nothing but men from on all three of the present "sides" of is visiting his parents this week.... approval and praise it has received 3d. We recognize the W. C. T. U. the campaign, he will soon come to Lafe Carney, after a few weeks' visit throughout the United States and in morning till night. Join the army and as our most faithful ally in our strug the conclusion that they are all talking to friends and relatives, left Monday many foreign lands. For sale by R. loaf with men, carry men, shoot men, gle for sober citizenship. nen, nothing but men. Live in a perthrough their hats. If a democrat for his home at AVillisburgf . .Quite a E. McRoberts, Druggist. 4th. We demand the repeal of the lm petual atmosphere of surpressed promakes a speech his papers estimate number of people from this communiodious Goebel election law. fanity, boot smell and tobacco smoke, the crowd up in the millions, while ty, attended the Danville fair, Fri 5th. We invite all good citizens to UAIttJlACK. and at the end of three weeks you will unite with us at the polls in the elect ths republican press states the crow day, and shook hands witli Goebel be passionately enamored of the mum numbered about 150 And so is the Rev. Kuykendall and family, left D G Ross bought one calf from T. my of an Egyptian's servant girl, and ion of the Prohibition ticket. We case when a republican speaks. "Only Wednesday for their future home in Austin, price $22.50. hold that every citizen who gives al give her an electrical kiss that would legiance to a license party becomes a few persons were present," is the Mt. Washington. He has the care of "Miss Bettie Bell is on the sick list turn her thousand years of dried hide way reports read. To others than two churches at that place. We re personally responsible for the iniquities Mr. A. J. Hammack and into llesh and velvcted animation." protessional politicians, this is ex gret to give him and his excellent this week of the license system, and we exhort S E Ex. family up, but wish them success in wife visited their sister, Mrs. tremely disgusting. the Christian citizenship of Kentucky Nelson Burdett, a llammack at this place last week their new home to come out from political parties , Weak Kjcb Are Made Strong. citizen of this place, who has Miss Lucy Lunccford of Preachers-villedominated by the rum tratlic. The other day we heard a sweet- - former visited her uncle D G Ross last did vision made clear, styes removed faced maiden say, "I wouldn't giv been in Porto Rico and Cuba for the week, and attended the association at and granulated lids or sore eyes of any Blsniarch'g Iron Nerve. two centi for one of these old stiff- - last year, is home on a visit. He tells Mrs R F Parsons visited kind speedily and effectually cured by many interesting incidents of the Mt. Tabor "Was the result of lijs splendid health necked men with a college education and mother at Lowell Sat- the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye beaten into his solid skull, and who things he saw while there. But he her father Sunday. . . .Mrs. R G Woods salve. Indomltab will and tremendous ener urday and Its put up in tubes, and sold on gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, has no common, every-da- y sense. He does not seem to have any wish to is visiting her daughter Mrs. Hays of a guarantee at:McRoberts Drug Store Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. may know how to pronounce these make his home there in the future. lm Miss Yirgie Worrell left Aunt Ann Dodd, (of color), has re Stanford words, but he couldn If you want these qualities and the ceived a pension of $1,000 and $2 per Monday for Lebanon Ohio to attend earn a turn of meal in two months. success they bring, use Dr. King's Xew WALL&CET0N. Life Pills. They develop every power In this the pretty little Miss tells month during her life. She has passed school there. years, so per lot of gospel truth. A college educa her No Kelief for 20 Years. Miss Maggie Elliott has been on the if brain and body. Only 25c at E. E. very long. lm McRoberts Druggist. tion is a thing to be prized, but, much haps will not need it I have been troubled for the last sick list for a few days. to be regretted, many fellows think twenty years with bronchial affection is spending this Arthur Yocum Next Winter. Kemeuiber TIi-rBUCKEYE. the dollars ouglit to hunt them up and at times have been bedfast. Have week at Manchester. when they possess a sheepskin. The question of servants has caused many cough remedies tried a great Mr, Colson, our blacksmith, is pre- housekeepers much annoyance this Rev. V. T. Willis, ended his 5th but found no relief until I tripd FoBno. Jim Allen, of the Cynthiana year as pastor at Gunns Chapel, Sun- ley's Honey and Tar. I can honestly paring to move to Indiana. We hate summer, in fact it lias been worse this to see him leave, although we know year than ever before. The same con.- Democrat, has invented a unique plan day. recommend Foley's Honey and Tar as do, which frequently helps him out of plaint conies from all over the State, J. W. Brown had a young steer to a quick relief, reliable, pleasant to he will come back just as others hard place. Mr. Allen, like most of die, supposed to have been snake bit- take and sure cure for diseases of the E. B. Wallace has moved his saw and in Woodford county, the county a piece of timber he bought of judge has published the following card; us, has trouble in remembering names ten. throat and lungs. Minerva Smith,414 mill to and faces. A happy thought struck Joseph Simpson has returned from Washington Ave., Danville, 111. C, Reuben Kirby li miles west of Berea Editor Woodford Sun: Allow me, through the columns of the clever editor, and he followed Our clever bachelor, Jas. A Wallace the mountains where he bought a lot & J. E. Stormes. out by placing his sanctum in the of cattle. left last Saturday for a two weeks your paper, to oner the improvident rear of the printing establishment citizens of our town some suggestions The Graded School visit in Jessamine county. R L Teater, one of our worthy citRobinson, his foreman, is blessed with In order that the benefits of the We are informed that the regular which I hope may prove beneficial to izens who died about two weeks ago the faculty of remembering everybody was an invalid for years, but bore his Lancaster Graded School may be preaching day at the Baptist church them. During the intense cold winter of and now when a man enters the Dem only to those entitled to them, has been changed from the 4th Sun afflictions with great patience and ocrat's establishment, Robinson greets submission. He leaves a wife and two by the term of the law, the following dav to the 3rd. beginning with next last year the efiurches of our town raised contributions and put the same him with a "Hellow, Mr. Jones". Ed sons, Sunday. who have the sympathy of the rules arc adopted; in my hands to be appropriated in i tori Allen at once comes forward and following children are en"Only the community. E W Baker is at Newport this week purchasing fuel, provision, etc., for is very glad to see Mr. Jones. The days, needy and For Two Mormon preachers by the name titled to free tuition in the Lancaster attending the annual conference of the the Mayor, sick. Police six othscheme works to a Queen's taste, and aud Chief with the M. E. church, as a lay delegate er good citizens, I remained continMiles and Christenson who have Graded Common School; has been adapted, in part, in another of First Those who are of legal sehool from pharge. He will pot return my office to meet wants and oilice not far Lancaster's Public been in our midst about two weeks age and have a legal residence in the until this 11th instM and hence the uously in importunities of tftosc who representthe left last week for Silver Creek. They Square. legal residence, phildren of district No. 13, are enjoy ed themselves as being destitute of the could get no church nor school house school district. The necessities 01 lire, a large nuniDer or of pupils, is with their parent or par whom were deserving objects. I have The professional politician doesn in this section to preach in but put ents. If neither parent is living, then ing (?) a ten days' yacation. in good time visiting in the homes and pike running through Wallace! a list of those furnished. The seem to set well with the Winchester their legal residence may be with ton is undergoing a pretty decent re There are now. and have been dur Democrat. Listen to this: "A pro distributing tracts among the people. their guardian or guardians, whose pairing. The other roads in the vi incr the summer, many families in the fessional politician of the present day It is to be hoped they have forever town and surrounding county who residence is within the district. cinity which at times last winter de canpop, fur love nor money, mre neip, nas no nxea principles. lie is very shaken the dust of Buckeye from their Children, not entitled to tied Second jnan or beast to pass over (or and many of those who. now decline to much in the condition of the negro feet. free tuition, may ho admitted to accept honest at the beginning of the civil war, Asa Bron, of Buena Vista, visited school on the payment In advance, the through) them, and which were threat same who were employment foraro the during provided of "1'k whatever you is massa." The his son, J. W. and L. F. Brown, Sat tuition, at such rates as may, from ened with a thorough working before the cold weather. Many good people who contributed y average politician of manages urday and Sunday. He will soon be time to time, be fixed by the Board of another winter came around, are now told fund last year, to flounder around and looks wise until 83 years of age and is as active as a Trustees. Pupils, not entitled to free throwing dust in the face of the same t,o the relief that they never have again will me recently men who threatened last winter to uontribuie to unworthy objects. The boy Mrs W G Jones has been with he becomes convinced which will be tuition, will not be recieved by tlie the winning side and then he gently relatives in Crab Orchard and Liv principal into the school, unlesB evi- gravel them this fall; but, yet one can Intention of this communication is to hardly get those same men to talk of urge upon all the necessity or proving, falls into line and Is soon found saw- ingston the past three weeks.... Mrs is produced that tuition has any better than the ordinary way of as best they can, for the coming win ing the iir with all his might and Susan Harris, of Stanford, and Mrs dence paid, in I H. I'arrisn, uo. Juuge.. advance, for the time working them, although hundreds of ter. main. O all the people on top of Etta Waller and bright little daugh been or on wagon-road- s of gravel were dropped God's eaJi that deserves real pity, it ter, Ruth, of Louisville, visited rel- for which the pupil is entered, Going VtVa Mill, . the order, in writing, of the Board cf within sight of them by the tides of is the man who has no opinions of his atives here last week Jeff Hibbard Trustees entered on the record book. last winter and spring. We must con Poople and wife left for Fairland, 111., their own, Independent of the populace.' prefess that the roads in our community Suffering future home Monday.... Reather Ray, A certified copy of such order, willbeauthor-it- y Is slowly improving from a severe at- sented to the principal, cast a serious reflection upon the peo from KidS tupped Tfce Baek-Aclt- e. by him for the admission of a pu- pie of the community. ney Diseases A. E. BASS, Morgantown, Ind., tack of typhoid fever. No children under pil or pupils. feel a gradual writes: I was afflicted with Kidney The Eagle, King of all Birds. school age, will be admitted at any Lung Irritation but steady loss of disease aad had to get up quiet often Is noted for its keen sight, clear aud ti me. By order of the Board of Trus. Is the forerunner to cousumptson strength and vital- ' during the nigiit and suffered severe distinct vision. So are' those persons tees. ' They should' Honey will cure it, ity. Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r are for 1st, 2nd and 3rd and give such strength to the lungs loose no time in trying pains in Kidneys aad with backache, who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve : The terms 7 month's) " I used Foley's .Kidney Cure, after tak- Tor weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any grades $3.,for session of 4i up $15.' that a cough or a cold will not settle Foleys Kidney Curea- and 6th $12: 7th and ing three bottles 1 am entirely cured, kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25c ts 4th 5th -- at McRobTwenty-fiv- e Preparation. cents Guaranteed there. W ki Hekndon, Sec'y." ' Mjn C. C & J. E. Stforae. JtcPoberts Drug Store. lpa ; C.C & J. E, Stormes. . Theo; CuBRKYPres't. erts Drug Store, A i s, run-dow- Kansas preacher Arc grand, but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures them, also Old, Running and Fever Sors, Ulcers, Boils. Felons, Corns, Wrats, Cuts, Bruises, Burns Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile cure on earth Drives ou- Pains and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box. Sold by R. E. Mc. Cure guaranteed. lm Roberts Druggist. During one of the several local op tion the Lancaster people have gone through with, the question of the'validity of a certain saloon li cense came up, and was being tried efore the police judge. The saloon man was represented by Judge Sauf- ley,and, in fact, some six or eight law- ers were locking horns on the ques-ionOae day the battle raged fiercely in the police court room, (which then stood in centre of the Square), and technlcall- ities were being argued. Judge-Sauf- ley was (as he always did), working withmight and main for his client,and made, what lawyers present said, was one of the cleanest" cut, most pointed and able argumsnts they ever heard. His whole soul was in the case and his eloquence held the spectators spell bound for almost an hour. At the conclusion of the speech everyone thought he had, of course, scored a ictory, but the police judge (who didn't know a law book from an alma nac), straightened up in his chair, surveyed Judge Saufley from head to foot ind said: "Well, Jedge, you made a mighty pretty argumint, but I'll over-rul- e your pint." The decision brought down the house, Judge Saufley gathered up his made tall tracks for Stanford and didn't come back to Lancaster for nearly a year. cat-figh- ts s. g for 25 years with a cough, and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr. Bell's ey, has saved my life, J. C. Kosell. Grantsburg, 111. McRoberts Drug tore. lm. Pine-Tar-H- I suffered Con shed 25 year. . it A new confidence game is being worked. A well dressed stranger tor a trial month's suatcRimoti drives up to a farmer's home and asks TO to be allowed to remain all night. If the farmer allows him shelter, he re THOES mains for about three hours when a couple in bridal clothes drive up and THE RiaKTCST AMD BIST ArriRNOSM PkPtn IN THl SOUTH. ask if the farmer is a minister as they wish to get married. The farmer is Correct Market Quotations. not, but the stranger No. 1 says he is H Latest State News. a clergyman and produces his creden B All the Local News. tials. The couple are "married" and H Complete Press Reports. after all services are over the farmer Gj and wife are asked to sign the marriLargest Circulation in tbe South. Bj age certificate and willingly consent. The couple drive off and the next day 35,000 AND OVCR DAILY. the stranger leaves the farmer's house in a bluster of thanks for kindness in giving him shelter for the night. In a few days a note for $60 turns up in a jufl Or, $5.00 a Year by Mall. local bank with the farmer's and gZ AN ASENT IN EVERT TOW", K wife's signatures on it and they have the note to pay. The stranger in plaLouisville Times Co.. cing the marriage certificate before LOUISVILLE, KKSTUCXV. to sign had, by a swift mathe farmer nipulation of the hand, placed note back and slightly below, the marriage certificate and the far 50 YEARS mer and his wife had unknowingly VEXPERIENCE Ills Life wan Saved. signed a promisory note. Sign no pa Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen pers of any kind or you may be an in E F W 4M L rl f Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder-- f ul deliverance from a frightful deatlio nocent victim. Ex. In telling of it he says: "I had taken Typhoid Fever, that ran into pneumo Trade Marks Designs nia. My lungs became hardened. I j HAS NATURE WARNED YOU? Copyrights Ac was so weak I couldn't even sit up in Nature herself clad la the earlr ffarbs of opinion free whether an r. blot soma forth to and flower canain g qntcklr ascertain our patentable. Commnnleii-tlon- s bed. Nothing helped me. I expected tprindespondent chord treesvibrate to this, the Invention is probably the strictly conttdentiaL Handbook on 1'atentJ most to soon die of Consumption, when 1 you delightful of all, springtime and how do leerr a are yon mat urea snaicy ieeiinp, heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. the forerunner of Chlljs, Malaria and Typhoid rotcial notice, without chance. In the If so, yon must One bottle gave great relief. Icontin Fever? aa indication ot not pass this warning as it is sicicuess; aroia uii; ns as our advice notnmr. ued to use it, and now am well and consult yonr draggist and costs Ton bottle of procure a Call on Aiandsomely Illustrated weekly. TJireeat strong. I can't say too much in its Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Take of any scientific Journal. Terms. S3 a year four months. L Sold by all newsdealer. one dose a day at bed time for six days; then praise." This marvellous medicine is follow br oroenrinr a bottle of Yucatan Chill York following the the surest and quickest cure in the Tonic course ot tnesedirections and after two HUNN&Co.36'8. New D. C Branch Office. SK V SU Washington, two great remeaies, on weeks' world for all Throat and Lung Trouble will feel like the flowers Toole In the spring. Prepare yourself for the malarial hot season Regular size 50 cents and 81.00. Trial when the atmosphere is full oforgerms. If you, your system bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drug necessary and whenThese Remedieswarns stock repeat the above. in Keliable persons of a mechanical or Inventive mind Store; every bottle guaranteed, and sold bx lm desiring a trip to the Paris Exposition, with ebud E. McRoberts salary and expenses paid, should write The PATENT KECOIUJ, Baltimore, 3fd. L18ME I H H H B a ii 850 centsTmonthI H P I vkAff, m J J mil' Scientific American. SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW l grand-mothe- r, sugar-coate- AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M' ROBERTS. Fox Jl This is now the most been recently equipped with LraLLevv. Gallery in Central Ky., having Th.o that Marvelous AnasiimatoLonsas Th.es Xiensss FLATTER. The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies new-fangl- Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest jdesigns in Mouldings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to the most Elaborate Paintings, air.ong the lot is the New French "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, S Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame. "When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. L. P. HUBBLE. rsu't it well worm your wmle to visit Cincinnati on the Quean & Crescent Sunday Excursion Irom Junction City. Championship ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER. KY TMrty-TKousan- d Acres Val- m And many other attractions next Sunday, September 3rd. See small bills or call on your ticket agent for particulars. BALL GAME uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in South-Easter- n Kentucky. Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ma mm Itosaotss BALSAM HAIR Dcastiflas the befe and wmrisnl wti w e dwrast PARKER'S s jrT -- frowtjj. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst UWhl "stejaSatLMlhMlsjsSj JOHN T. JOHNSTON of Pythias, meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g ff. McC JOHNSTON, to-da- JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Knights are fraternally invit- CiTilEifiaeers ani Svityors, ed. LANCASTER, KY J. S. Ed Bishop, C. C. Haselden. K.R.& S A BUSINESS t Is t EDUCATION Is abtolntely necessary to the yona man or young woman wbo would win success in life. This being conceded to get your training at the school that strands In the rery front rank Importance THE BRYANT & STBATTON BUSINESS LOUISVILLfc, KY. COLLEGE . f- -- " - f B00K4U3EPING, SHORTHAND, TELEQBATpr. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist la his line rite lor Graduates ot I hi college preferred by feaslaesa houses. a btMUral hook giving teatlmoBlafa frosm graduate oeesaylag promlaMtppaUloBS all over Urn United Hate- -lt vlll be walled Our unprecedented cut-prisale cleared our shelves com- and we start into the Fall trade with a clear track. rpletely ce 1 V Elegant Stock of Fall and Winter Goods We will make a specialty this season on "WE .A-IEIE IsTOW EOEI"TIlsrC3- - Which were bought direct from the makers, and selected with the greatest care. The latest styles, the best workmanship and most reasonable prices are what we have. FINE UNDERWEAR and can certainly please you. -- 4 SHIRTS J We secured a lovely line of and COLLARS and can give the correct thing. fay Jl We have the nobbiest line of FINE NECKWEAR ever brought from the east. We call especial attention fo our elegant and SEE OUR SEE OUR I Elegant FoolvisezLV. Stylish Jfeckvuear WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU to COME and EXAMINE. J. L. FROHMAN nT ATiWTTVTr? TTTTT? TCTTdTTTTSTr! rOfVn V & CO TTITTG s 1 eTTOTP WUam If m CENTRAL RECOED. better. George Smith has returned from Cumberland Falls, where he spent the THURSDAY September 7 1899 summer. Miss Fannie Collier and nephew, Dan Elkin, are visiting relatives in 2 Tennessee. PEOPLE. Judge and Mrs, Henry T Noel, of i TvmiYvillo. lmvfi hppn visitinir Miss Miss Nell llorston is visiting rela j Lillie Noel. tives in London. Mrs. S D Merritt and children have Miss Allie Arnold is visiting rela- taken rooms at Dr. Evans' on Richtives in Stanford. mond street. George Lusk and wife arc visiting Mrs. II L Scott, of Jessamine, has relatives in this city. been visiting her sister, Mrs. ElizaMiss Annie Loyd Herring is at Drip- beth Mason. ping Springs for a week. Rev. Massee is assisting Rev. A. J. Miss Nell Anderson left Tuesday for Pike in a meeting at Haysville, Marion county. borne in Greensburg, Ind. AOUT I Mr. J. G. Sweeney and Mrs. J. B. Mrs. Shearer, of Richmond, is the Collier are visiting Mrs. Win. Jones in guest of Miss Lucy Arnold. Clark county. A. M Kinnaird, of Middlesborough, Miss Lizzie Beazley, of Crab Orchhas been here for a few days. ard has been visiting Dr. W. S. BeazNicholas-villTom Crutcher, "Tick," of ley and family. was in town this week. Mrs. Porter, of Lexington, is visitMiss Jennie Lackey is visiting rel- ing the family of Mrs. Nan Arnold, atives in Richmond and Paris. Danville street. e, Mr. and Mrs W. E Moss, left TuesMiss Clara Hayden, of Lexingtdn, is day for Henderson, N. C, to visit Mr. the guest of Mrs. John Baughma a. Moss' father and mother. Mr. John Donahue, Jr., left Sunday Miss Julia Mae Gaines has returned for Gethsemani College, Nelson Co. from a pleasant and protracted visit Miss Pearl Bettis has returned from to friends in Atlanta Ga. a pleasant visit to Danville friends. Mr. John Morgan, wife and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Owsley are at Bessie Yantis returned Tuesday to their home in Beebee, Ark. home again, after a visit to Liberty. Mrs Fish, Misses Allie and Henry Miss Eileen niatt leaves this week to attend school in Springtield, Ohio. Fish, of Crab Orchard, visited Wm. Arnold and family, Sunday. Miss Nannie Gaines left Wednesday to enter the school at Bristol, Tennef -- Messrs J. M Logan, Jacob Joseph and R H Batson are in the cities buysee. ing their fall and winter goods. M iss Mattic Powell, of Hustonville, W. J Kinnaird, of Middlesboro, Dr. is thegnestof Miss Mattie Thomp McDonald and wife, of Danville, have Sjn. been in this city for a few days. Everett Gould, of Indianapolis, is Miss Mabel Royston left Friday to the guest of his cousin, Raymond meet her sister, Annie, in London and there visit relatives and friends. Miss Florence Burnside leaves this R. E Hughes, of Louisville, visited his mother, Sunday, who is very much week for Gaithersville, Maryland, to Has-elde- n. Miss Mamie Rice, of Fort Worth, .attend school the ensuing term. Mrs. Ed Hamilton and children, and Texas, and Miss Frankie Doty, of Miss Nannie Eason, of Ludlow, Ivy., Point Leavell, are visiting Miss Mary Hackley Danville Advocate. have been visiting relatives here. Mrs. Alice F. Witwer and bright Miss Mary Woolridge entertained a little son, Charles Fox, who have been few friends Friday evening at the visiting relatives in Lancaster, left home of her grand father, Mr. T. W. for Garland, Texas, their home, last Reid. week. Mesdames Jordan and Lizze Jordan, Miss Anna Sullivan, a pretty young visited the hitter's parents, Mr and lady, of Danville, who has been spendMrs J W Pumphrey, Saturday and ing the past two weeks with Miss AgSunday. nes Donahue, returned to her home Mrs. Boland, who has been visiting Sunday. Misses Lusk and Mrs Elizabeth DenDr. Wesley and family have rented ny, left Monday for her home in'Point Mrs. Fisher's property on Lexington Burnside. street. Miss Emma Hood will occuFred Frisbie and Miss Alice Hud- py her home, where Dr. Wesley now son leave this week to attend a house resides. party given by Miss Taylor, in AuMiss Vesta Lackey left Monday for gusta, Ky. her home in Missouri. This charmMr. and Mrs John Mason and hand- ing little lady will be greatly missed some triplett boys, of Richmond, pass- by the many friends she made while ed through this city from Crab Orch- in this city. ard, Monday. Little Eugene, son of Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. D M Lackey gave a tea Friday Walter Beazley, has been quite ill for evening in honor of her several days. The handsome little pretty Miss Vesta Lackey, of In- fellow is much better now, we are dependence, Mo. very glad to state. Mr. Jerry Respess, chief engineer of Mrs. E. II. Smith and sister, Miss the Southern Railway corps, now at Mamie Henry who have been with work on the proposed extension, was their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Henry for several weeks left yesterday on in towruSunday. return to El Dorado, Ark. Miss Annie Royston, who has been Misses Darrell, Isabel and Jennie, visiting Miss Louise Parks, returned of Martinsville, Indiana, after a pleasThursday to her home at Lancaster ant visit of several weeks with their Middlesboro News. aunt, Mrs. Cyrus Eason and relatives Miss Annie B. Boyston will return points, have returned home. Thursday and will be ready to at other home take charge of her department in LanLige Pope is visiting his brother, caster Graded School. Mr Will Pope. Lige left here for InMr and Mrs. J G Fitzpatrick and diana about ten years ago, and this is children, who have been with W B his first visit home. He is looking Moss and family, left Thursday for well, and many friends are glad to see him. Crab Orchard Springs. grand-daughte- r, salesman for the new wholesale grocery store of Howard. Flood & Co., just started in Lexington. Mr. Woodcock will travel principally in this territory. But we are going to offer a lay-othat beats any circus, and the TICKETS Miss Lizzie Brovn was stormed every 5c purchase. Monday evening by the following ARE FREE with young folks: Misses Bettie Anderson, Is! Moment Altle and Bessie Marksbury, Nell Anderson, Messrs. Dick and Lyman RyVALUABLE PRESENTS will bedistributedatclo.se of this SEVEN an, T M Crutcher and Mrs. Louis big "round-up.- " Come and take advantage of the low prices. We give you a numbered ticket with every 5c purchase; two numbers with 10c purchase; Landram. three numbers with 15c purchase, and so on. Besides the unheard-o- f BARStanford Journal: Mrs. Dr. E. G. GAINS which we alone can offer. Every numbered ticket is a chance for one of the seven presents, which are as follows. Dick, of Crab Orchard Springs, left yesterday for Rockford, 111., her old 1st Prize, One set of Dishes, 50 pieces. home, taking with her Miss Jean and 2d Prize, One Oak Rocking Chair, a beauty. Donald, where they will enter school 3d Prize, One Oak Center Table, admired by all. and where Mrs. Dick will stay for sevPrize, Set Elegant Carving Knife and Fork. eral months. Miss Helen Dick is al5th Prize, One Watch, good Everyday timepiece. Tumblers, beauties. ready there. 6th Prize, 1 Doz. Thin-blow- n 7 Prize, 1 Doz. Good Everyday Tumblers. Miss Gracie Kinnaird, whose illness begins on Saturday, August 26th This was mentioned in last issue, grew Septemberpresent sale o'clock p. m. The presents will be and ends Saturday 23d at 10 distributed In the much worse Sunday afternoon and her fairest possible manner, and in the presence of any and all ticket holders who condition was so critical that mem- may care to be present. See the p regents. They will please you. Remembers of the family were telegraphed ber we give you either the Regular premium Tickets, same as before, or the as you wish, so that all may be pleased. for. She began to improve Tuesday numbered tickets, and it is now believed she has passed the danger line. Her trouble is typhoid fever. ANOTHER CIRCUS! HAS COME AND GONE. Here it Just Take a to Think of It! 4th th Get in on this big sale. Beats anything- in the world. People are coming from everywhere. Miss Nellie Cox, whcTis quite popular in Frankfort society and a gifted musician, is visiting Mrs. C. L. Jenkins near Bryantsvillc. Saufiey Hughes, Misses Gene Bush, Maggie Tomlinson and several others will take in Dripping Springs for a few days, to recuperate. Jessamine Journal: Miss Jennie Arnold, of Guthrie, O: T., who has been the guest of relatives here for several weeks, left Wednesday for Lancaster, where she will spend a month with her uncle, Mr. John Higginbotham, The foland other relatives there lowing persons visited the home of J. W. Glass, in Garrard, this week; Mr. Howard Craft, wife and child, of Mr John Compton, wife and child, of Evansville, Ind.; Mrs. E M Hilton, Mrs. Anna Smith, Mr. Smith Hobbs, Tommie Saunders, Mrs. J W Sparks and daughter, Nicholasville; Mrs. James Stoll and daughter, Lexington; Misses Anna Beabr, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati; May Philips, LanMr Robert L. Elkin and wife left caster, and Mrs. J W Glass, CampNel-soMonday for 'Lookout Mountain to spend a month,' then to go to Atlanta, Ga., where Mrs. Elkin, who has been Pile Cared! sick,-wibe under the skillful hands If sufferers will use Banner Salve of Dr. Simpson Elkin. according to directions a positive cure The Danville Advocate says Mr. will result in worst cases. Guaran-tee25c C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Nath Woodcock has been made head Pad-ucall Bine Grass Grocery LANCASTER, KY. Com Please Remember J. X. DUNN M AETNA FIRE INSURANCE ORGANIZED 1 NOTARY PUBLIC, The middle of the year BRYANTSVI LLE, KENTUCKY is past and settling time Saveryor ail Apit fir is at hand. I Need the Money CO n. d. due me and must insist that my friends call in PITIZSXS UTI0I1L Bill, U or laioabteb.it. and settle. Capital, $50,000 Sallie 0. Tillett. Surplus Fmmd 10,000 PUBLIC SALE. sou cms. Oayfml im Frrasat AttaMmntSM I. X. Himhtmtmak Lxwu T. Lbatsu. I. W. Khmox W. O. When in Danville, eall on I II I P. CTfllli I II I D1IIIIV A I till I Tuesday, Oct. 3d, xSgg. ion m School BooksTablets. Inks. &c. a Specialty. Leading DRUGGISTS, CCI I CDS CMIU 6TATIAMCQS gfikkblw rJ I ft I IVNIbIIi X BOOK - Best Soda Water in town Having rented my farm with the intention of .moving my location, I will offer at pablic sale at my home 3 mile west of Camp Dick Robinson the following Hit of live stock, faming implements and household furniture : 3 Jennets. (3 la foal), 1 combined mare, 4 head Jersey milk cows. 2 extra fine calves, 19 wagon, 1 96 Peering mowhead hogs, 1 er, 1 "97 steel hay rake, 1 "Malta" cultivator, 1 Jump seat surrey, 19 toss clover aad timothy bay and other kinds of farming implement, besides numerous articles of heasekold aad kitchen furniture. " TERMS made kBowaoa day of sale. t BUNN, Sr. JOMCA Tin rrjdsai Assistant Cask Bmmt CD. Waubs BBCTOM: J.M.sU m mum. iBekknam l.tiMUM, M.C.Aaeu,Ja. AUX.anM, . B.r.HvMe. J.J.WAUap i imtTIUTaii T.I.iinu, - A A WOXKRFCl CUBE OP DI.VS li;mp crop, mw biinj cut in Girrard, will bi shirt, thrajh not so mush s'j a; w u at lir?t expit3J. T u quality is fairly good. Som; breeds hive discovered that a sow whose blood his bjen toj much heated up by bjin? fed too mash corn is very apt to eat her pigs. The great success of Chamberlain's T1I3 prominent Virginia Editor Had Almost Given np, but was BroHght Back to perfect Health by Chamberlain's Colic Cuol-erc- a and Diarrhoea Remedy. CANCER 18 DEADLY! Results Fatally in Nine A Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy complaints has made.it standard over th3 greater part of the civilized world. ' For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist: lm. Tobacco, generally has done quite well and early tiejds are now being cut and housed; a fair crop is generally repyrtcd, The crop of turkeys is said to be very short this season. That mysterious disease, "limberneck," killed a great many and most of those left are late and small. A diseased liver declares itself by moroseness, mental depression, lack of energy, restlessness, melancholy and constipation. IIERBINE will restore the liver to a healthy condition. Price 50c C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Chicago has 108,000,000 eggs in storage. The cost per dozen to those holding them will reach fourteen cents, or two cents more than last inths trcatnunt of bowel jear. As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative. and curative power. llALLA'RD'S SNOW LINIMENT is not equaled by any other in the world. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Ctormes. The fair associations give large premiums for horses, but they think more of the speed horse than the horse for the farmer. Consequently the speed horse and driving horse shows are always the largest. The Burgin Messenger says: Wm. Ruble shipped 13 eight hundred pound cattle that cost him 3 cents a pound. He also shipped 5S ewes which he paid pound $2.50. He bought 3 cows at 3 cts. You may bridle the appetite, but you tan not bridle the liver to do its work well. You must be honest .with it, help it along a little now and then with a dose of IIERBINE, the best liver regulator. Price 50 cts.. C. C. & J. E. Stormes Messrs. Z. T. and T. II. Smiley, of Lexington, have decided to hold a grand combination sale of horses dur 4 ing the meeting of the Kentucky TABLER'S BUCKEYETrotting Horse Breeders' Association, October 3 to 14. The sale will take OINTMENT relieves the intense itch place at their elegant new barn on ing. It soothes, heals and cures chron West Short street in that city and c cases where surgeons fail. It is no will be held of evenings under electric experiment: its sales increase through its cures. Every bottle guaranteed, light. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes 75 cts. . C. & J. E. Stormes. one-far- READ HIS EDITORIAL. From the Times, HillstHIe, Va. I suffered with Diarrhoea for a long time and thought I was past being cured. I had spent much time and money and suffered so much misery that I had almost decided to give up all hopes of recovery and await the result, but noticing the advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some testimonials stating how soma wonderful cures had been wrought by this remedy, I decided to try it. After taking a few doses I was entirely well of that trouble, and I wish to say further to my readers and that 1 and am a hale and hearty man feel as well as 1 ever did in my life. O. R. Mooke. Sold by R. E. McRob-ertDruggist. lm. Kentucky contributed ten starters to the program of the New England Breeders' meeting at Readville.Mass., last week, and while but three of them succeeded in landing any of the money they added great glory to the breeding reputation of the blue grass state. The healing properties of Baniur Salve arc truly marvelous. It is a thorough antiseptic and heals all wounds, Cuts and Burns without leaving a scar. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. All the railroads entering Louisville e will give a rate for the round trip to Louisville and return during the great trots, September 25 to 30. The largest attendance in the history of the association is expected. As usually treated a sprain will dis able the injuredperson for three or four weeks, but if Chamberlain's Pain Balm is freely applied a complete cure may be effected in a very few days. lin Balm also cures rheumatism, cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by lm. R. "E. McRoberts, Druggist. Nichojosvlile Democrat: A. L. Far- Lewis Brown eight acres ris sold of tobacco for $1,400. The tobacco was raised by the Goss boys and John Rogers and was one of the best crops ever raised in this county. During a thunder storm Joseph McDanieL a prominent McLean County farmer, and his son, were instantly killed by lightning while at work in a lield. Jim Shively, colored, was killed near Ellendale, while endeavoring to tind shelter from the storm. fellow-sufferey s, Cases Out of Ten Cure Found at Last. as a mere scratch, a pimple, or lump in the breast, too small to attract any notice, until, in many cases, the deadly This fearful disease often first appears effective September S. raising rates on yellow pine shingles and laths from all points south of Decatur, Ga., 1 per cent, per 100. This means much to thS) Bister and au aunt having died from this dreadful whole Ohio valley, which consumes a disease. My feelings may ho imagined when the horvast quantity of Florida and Georgia on my side. It was rible disease made its appearance pine. a malignant Cancer, eating inwardly in such a way as De!oa e Appelated. to cause great alarm. The disease seemed beyond the Bkill of tho doctors, for their treatment did no good Franfort, Ky.. Sept. C Gov. Brad whatever, the Cancer growing worse all the while. ley has appointed as delegates to the MRS. S. M. IDOL. Numerous remedies were used for it. but the Cancer Southern industrial convention, which grew steadily worse, until it seemed that I was doomed to follow the others of the family, for I know how deadly Cancer is, especially meets at Huntsvillc, Ala., October 10, when inherited. I was advised to try Swift's Specific (S. S. S ). which, .from the Lucas Moore, state commissioner of first day, forced out the poison. I continued its use until I had taken eighteen agriculture, W. J. Davidson, state subottles, when I was cured sound and well, and have had no symptoms of the perintendent of public instruction, dreadful afliiotion, thuugh many years have elapsed. S. S. S. is the only cure CapL Ed. Porter Thompson and Hon. for Cancer. Mrs. S. M. Idol, Winston. N. C. Z. F. Smith. , Our book on Cancer, containing other testimonials and valuable information, will bo sent free to any address by the Swift Specific Drath of Hon. Lcven K Green. disease is fully developed. Cancer can not bo cured by a surgical operation, because the disease is a virulent poison in the blood, circulating throughout the system, and although the sore or ulcer known as the Cancer may be cut away, the poison remains in the blood and promptly breaks out afresh, with renewed violence. d The wonderful success of S. S. S. in curing obstinate, blood diseases which were considered incurable, induced a lew despairing sufferers lo try it for Cancer, after exhausting the skill of the physicians without a cure- - Much to their delight S. S. S. proved equal to tho disease, and promptly effected a cure. The glad news spread rapidly,, and it was soon demonstrated, beyond doubt that a cure had "at last been found for deadly Cancer. Evidence has accumulated which is incontrovertible, of which the following is a specimen : " Cancei is hereditary in our family, my father, a deep-seate- cot Throuch the llead. London, Ky., Sept. 2. .Tames Rob erts was killed Wednesday morning at Big creek, Clay county, between Man chester and llyden. He was sitting on his porch, a report rang out from the woods and he fell dead, the shot passing through his head. Ilis assassin is unknown. There has ben trouble between the Roberts and the Markums. Bryan' Plans in Kentuck'y. .Ex-Se- 33rd NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT G. A. R. 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 stop over at Washington City for a visit, and are also entitled to one if you want it. Side trips have been arother stop-ovranged for at nominal rates from Philadelphia to Gettysburg, the Virginia battlefields, and the sea shore resorts. The train service north via the Lexington, Ky., Sept. G. tor lSlackburn has received a letter from W. J. Bryan, in which the latter expresses the" ucsire to maue 4u speeches in Kentucky in 20 days. He wishes to make two speeches a day and to make them in different counties, beginning at Lexington October The U & N. liaise Kates. Ky., Sept. C The L. & N. railroad has issued a circular, to be Queen & 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 are provided on 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 long trip ; and the Pullman Sleepers are of the hiehest standard. Remember . The Stop overs, Circaitous Roates and Side Trips' Further particulars gladly furnished by Queen Agents, or by O. L. MITCHELL. CHAS. W. ZELL, DlViSlOU PASStMOIR AOCMT. CINCINNATI, Louisville, Crescent ' A&CNT. blVISMM PASSlNOtR CHATTANOOGA. TENN. O. W. C. RINEARSON, oenipassr. act, Cincinnati. CT Stronpest Southern Olrl School Curriculum. perhap: in the ptwrof miiye- l"- six ungtiazm. without extra ODslHRE. KY. Vian and Ornin Director. .Oxim. Strine Marie Director. Grad. Roy. Col. of Mnic, Munich. Snprrb aiWantairrs in Art and in Klocution. (Iroiiri'li (33acra) uniurpanred in America for beauty. It (Indent har? rrprwnted mora than 3 State. Betlned home. Number limited. Term reasonable. TH. SMITH, A. M., Pre. (Alumiuus of UnW. of Va.) I WVBIi BEAUMONT AAI P VsK Company, Atlanta, Georgia. Leitciifield, Ky., Sept. 2. A tele- The bearing of children is not such a very serious ordeal to the woman who is prepared. If Be Prepared! Mother's Friond that wonderful- ly soothing and relaxing liniment, be faith, fully used during the period of pregnancy, there will be little morning- sickness oi nervousness, the critical hour will be relieved of much pain, and labor will be brief. Recuperation will be rapid, and will be avoided. all atter-dange- , TEE BRUrm.T) RXGUL4.T0X Sold by druggists tor $ 1 a bottle. SEND FOR OUR rRR BOOK OK THI SUBJECT. CO., Atlanta, Ga. 6. B. SWI1BR0AD, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted. Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate. . s AGENT FOR New York Life In's. Co. Farm for Sale. Lies one mile West of Paint Lick station and Contains 102 Will be sold publicly 3-- 4 acres. October, 7, 1899, On premises. For particulars, address H. L. Wallace, Paint Lick, Ky. '1493' THE L CAPITAL f 100,000. o Ml I OF SURPLUS. ( J20,OM.0 LANCASTMM, KT. Mk& A.R.DKHKY. President. Jwo. K. 8TOKKU, Vice President. - D cil of Hit Wound. IIkxdkkson, Ky., Sept. 5. DEPUTY SHERIFF BILLED. cilmau Alex. F.cuwiclf,- who was shot by J. M. Uirdball, died of' his wounds lie Attempted to Serve Papers on Mnrt ruilth in ( lay County, unit Wait zhot Sundav afternoon. A few" hours before lie id as lie AppriMCtted tho llou-iehis death he made a dying statement, which was materially different from London, Kv, Sept. 5. A report 13 his former ones, in that he laid much current that Deputy Sheriff Lewis, of of the blame on ISiidaull. His la&t near Manchester, was killed Saturday statement was taken by-- a stenogra in Clay county. Several weeks ago in pher, in the presence o. attorneys and Manchester Deputy Stubbleficld was witnesses. The charge againsst Bird- - shot by Mart Smith. Then the latter sail may now be increased to man- escaping capture went to his home and slaughter. sent word to the county oilieials that he would never attend court alive. Hor-Arr vail at Lexington. Lkxi.notox, Ky., S.pt. 6. John Mil- therefore it would be fatal for persons ler has arrived here from New York to attempt to take him. Saturday Lewis went to serve papers on him and he with a car load of valuable horses nine yearlings, belonging to Eugene was shot dead as he approached Call and see tnis Celebrated Wagon afc Leigh, three yearlings belonging to Smith's house. If this report is true full sister to this makes the third killing in Clay Uen, Jackson, a Black Venus, belonging' to Jas. E. last week. Pepper, and the former good horse On AMBUSHED AND KILLED. Deck, belonging to Bromley & Co. fully Warranted and Excels others. . Miller left here Monda3 nijjht for Deputy Sheriff of Clay Cou tty Shot Belle Meade with Gon. Jackson's yearltob Smith, Who Accompanied lliui, Feigned Death anU Escaped. lings. The Docket of the Appellate Court. Bakbouksvil&e, Kv., Sept. C. A Fkankfort, Ky., S?pt. 3. The copy courier from Manchester brings new3 for the fall docket of the court of ap- that Wash Thacker, a deputy sheriff peals has been sent to the printer by of Clay countv, has been bhot from Clerk Shackelford. It contains 411 ambush and kHled. A mule on which Cures INDIGESTION cases, SS- of which are appearance lob Smith, who accompanied Thacker, The entering wedgf for cases and 29 continued case. The ap was riding was slain, but Smith lay nearly all Diseases the pearance docket contains a large num motionless on the ground for a couple human system is heir to. Investigation at the Chicago stock bcr of Louisville cases. of hours by the side of Thacker fcign- 5zMC HZTJra yards in regard to the recent advances death, and thus escaped assassina- Will Not Hulld Into Clay County. n the price of beef, brought out the recently testified in London, Ky., Sept. 2. Mr. J. IL t:on. Thacker statement that never before in the Ringgold and several other officials of court-fothe l'hilpots and against the For Sale by history of the American cattle market factions are said It. E. McRoberts. the Louisville & Nashville railroad Griilins. These two be preparing for further hostilities. has there been such a demand for all stated to a resident of Laurel count', to kinds of meat at the present time. one who has large interests in Clay The demand for export cattle is enor county, that they will not build in.o mous and prices will be still higher.. A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of HS1 l'UKNAL and the latter county, as has been reported No More Shakes. as being' their intentions. Don't Be Impoged Upon. EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN, tVlways insist on getting Foley's Hottest liay of tho Year. TRY Honey and Tar, as it is positively, at Louisville, Ky., Sept. G. Tuesday CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. solutely and unequalitiedly the best was the hottest day of the year, 9S de TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. cough medicine. Accept no substi grees at noon and still rising. On acJAKES F. BALLARD. SaIc Profrifeitr. - - 310 North Uala Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. C. & J. E. Stormes. count of the extreme heat Health Ollitute. Dave N. Prewitt bought from Brady cer Allen has recommended to the su Independent Order Red Men Great & Thompson of Garrard, 100 stock perintendent of instruction that public Council, Washington, J). C, Septeni ewes at $4. He also made the follow schools be closed. oer i;y. ing purchases: From Wm. Robinson ltccrultins Ottlco Lloied. Sovereigh Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. S. BEAZLEY. 100 hogs Irom George Wood 84 at Fkaxkfoiit, Ky:, Sept. 0. Cant. Noel 1899, Detroit, Mich., September 4c: from C. H. Wood, 8 hogs at 35c, Gaines, who has been recruiting for heifer at4c, three steers at 3Jc, heifer the 39fch infantry, closed the recruiting Teeth extracted withont pain THE GUARANTEED CURE. w.th Vitalized Air. Office ill at 4c and bull at 21 c: from B. F. Slavin station Mondav night and will leave the New Thompson Rnildiuir. Ft. Crook, Neb., with 60 men ea for steer 31c and heifer at 3c. Don't Take a Estrnyed or stolen, on Angust 21th from J. listed here. Worthless Substitute. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE H. Bakers in Garrard county, Ky., One large Col. Itobeiti Appointed. black mare 9 or 10 year old, 1C hand high, is perfectly harmless, and will remove You Are Going North, Insist on YUCATAN. PR(GE, 50C. Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 2. Gov. Brad foretopcut off, light mane and tall. Also one RepresentinE Following Companies every worm, is also a tonic, and by ley Thursday night appointed CoL light colored bay horse, 8 years old, foretop its strengthening properties will re Fred Roberts city judge of Owens You Are Going South, cut off. near lhi bauds high, well shaped, good RE ldcRoberts. store to pale cheeks the rosy hue of Aetna, saddle horse, foreword for thief, in Lancasboro, to succeed Judge Pendleton, de ter, Richmond or Mt. Vernon jail, $10 for horhealth. Price 25 cts. C. C. &J. E. ceased. You Are Going East, Queen, ses. $15 for thief, also $50 reward by Governor Stormes. Palatine, Quarantine Withdrawn at Old Point of Ky. If strayed $." for horses delivered here Shot by a Moouhlner. You Are Going West: t r at Gum Sulphur to E. W. Baker. Comfort. A fatal disease, resembling bloody London, Ky., bept. o. it was reNational, murrain has broken out among young ported here Wednesday morning that The quarantine existing at Norfolk Hartford, PUHCHMC TICKETS VIA TNB cattle in Madison county. The victims Revenue Officer Gates was shot while and Old Point Comfort on account of Dclewaro, are mostly calves, and about thirty raiding moonshiners in Letcher county yellow fever having been withdrawn, Milwaukee, have died in the last few weeks Saturday night. this to notify all concerned that the Conneticut, aroun Speedwell, a village in the east Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has reNew Democratic 1'aper. ern part of the county. Continental, The first Richmond, Ky., Sept. 6. The Valley sumed sale of tickets to Old Point symptoms "are swelling under the (ileus Falls, View AVgent, J. T. Sowers, editor, is Comfort and all points affected by the Excurthroat, and then giving away in the the name of the new weekly paper quarantine. The German American, a LAUISV1LLC NASHV1U.C R. R. j ia back and loins. Thcv rarely live that has just made its appearance at sions to Old Point Comfort on the secFhenix of Brooklyn, twelve hours after being stricken with Valley View, this county. ond and fourth Tuesdays will also be mis mm sccvaa New York Underwriters, resumed commencing with the second the disease. C'ampuii'CiiDc Near Kiktoo. Liverpool & London & Globe. Tuesday in September. Round trip The Maximum Safety, The most delicate constitutiou can Elkton, Ky., Sept. 6. A North British & Merchautile safely use CODSSEN'S HONEY OF campmeeting is now in progress live tickets will be $15.00, limited to 21 The Maximum Speed, TAR. It is a sure and pleasant rem- miles from the city. Evangelist Auro days. For full information write, Aetna Lifelns. Geo. W. Bakney, edy for coughs, loss of voice, and all Smith, of Missouri, is doing the preach The Maximum Div. Pass,r. Agt., Lexington, Ky, Comfort, lung troubles. Price 25 and 50c. C. ing, and there are four services held C. & J. E. Stormes. daily. The grounds are lined with The Minimum Rates. campers, and the meeting will continue The Winchester Democrat says that throughout the week. FIRE ani LIFE IHSUBAHCE W. B. Kidd & Co. bought last week Rates, Time and all other information will Death of Alex Jeffrey. in Bourbon and Harrison counties, Situated In Garrnrd county about 2 miles be cheerfully furnished by Lexington, Ky., Sept. 3. Alexander from Ola riilut Mck aim ruir view cuurciieg, Va., 475 cattle, wt. 1,400 lbs., to be SPRINGFIELD Ha rliM Ikf.V Itnriisldfi farm and owned c. p. atm our. a. p. .. t" of 181 UCrt'S. This delivered the last half of September, Jeffrey, founder of the Lexington gas hv T. Krmirls Or by Locisvniz. Xx. works and until a few months ago its farm Is situated In a good neighborhood. 0 at an average price of $4.85. The same FIRE AED MARINE. mile from Lancamer. near menmouu aim Mirnnike. churches and T..intxradapted liprgrowth of corn, BCDOOl parties have bought in Clark, Bath president, died Friday, aged 84. Rotary Motion hemp to the house. Is INSURANCE COMPANY. and Montgomery counties 1,000 feedand tobacco. Weber Gets iC fc ers at 4ic, an average of about $4.15. 5. Secretary Good Residence Lexington, Ky.. Sept. They will be sent to Indiana and Horace Wilson closed a contract with EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO and out buildings, good cistern, well watered disposed of to the farmers there. The Weber's band, of Cincinnati, to fur 80 acres In cultivation balauce in grtosB. This OF NEW YOKK. will be offered at private sate uuiii sepi farm first shipment was made this week nlsh music during the October trotting 20th, prox or will be sold publicly that day. but the bulk of them will go the first meeting. This band is to be composed Eor particulars call on or address, J. L. Robinson & Hamilton Franc's. Point Leavell. Ky., or G. W. Ballew of 40 pieces. half of October. . well-know- n fr gram has been received here announcing the death of Hon. Leven E. Green at Rockport. Ind. He represented Grayson county in the house of repre sentatives in 1S75, and was in 1877. In 18S0 he was the greenback nominee for congress against Hon. I'roctor Knott. Preacher Adjudged luiane. IIopkinsville, Ky., Sept. 3. Rev.W. W. Dunean. the Presbyterian minister, was adjudged of un sound mind and ordered sent to the western asylum. Dr. Duncan is vcars old and is a native of Hancock county. He came here from Chattanooga., Term., four months ago. caristeffl's PILE " German Liver Powder G. S. It GAINES' all All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand A BOON TO MANKIND DR - Price, 25 Cents. - TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE a r CURE Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic Crescent ROUTE N& 12-2- STORMES DRUG STORE. w INSURANCE. ii-it- f, at-Jc- : R. KINNAIRD, NOTICE. DENTIST it If If If Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. ten-da- MMoilQi FARM FOR SALE! .1 of of of of Ball Bearings- - ud Igts Terrill. Ky. A TIMELY HINT Nlaety per cent, of all sickness Is canoed by Yon should be wise and see tkat y ou blood la E. T. Exbby. I. P. Kobiksok. Jiu food not ocinrvtur,, digested. It creates Tour whole system your oiooa sum mcu rvau rich aBd oare ul ennAltln trr thm out la sons ana . Bookkeeper. Ass't Casn'r. imrteetlv fanlthv unf fh. liable to almost hit disease the hnman system Carlsiedfs ?m i. heir to. Use Dr. the .results. German Liver l.J" Yon will feel Powder and watch ilver . fa.- -i rinse, .,ff.rt3iHM25c film It I PIKECTOEB .ti.j mwicine mcney canony . ilSuiTBeconrticed. Price try Dr. Otto's pru Beai I.D.Ceehnm Jas Gum .UtaMi Cmm F O Oee'. Own latum. Pries 26e mn4 60 Juwtthw MmMm Vnf .C.ftefrlMe.' Alex. K. Deaar. Bottls. For sale by W.ft.Cok, 8. C. Denny, Cashier. - DIGEST YOUR FOOD J. Jy. Francis, Point I,eavell, Ky. Office ovet Post Ofice. Lancastrb, : : ; Kkjttucky J'; lJrft&?i0Pj"'? B. B McRoberts TIMETABLES. For sale by Sonth-b'nNorth-b'nd JWO.T.HATS, J J.HAMILTOK, J.B. ROBINSON Ch. tyei Hays, North-b'n- d ogtb-b'nd Jiixed, passes Lancaster 11:10 A.v 3 .35 p. M Mixed, " ur Psis'gr 2;62 a.M " MID. E.TBT. Arnold, JCentuoky 5& l Mini, at Law Attorneys amd GomMelera JM.I.MerasM, B X. McBoberts. " ' , 13:5 A Lancaster, LANCASTER, KY. IK us Tour Job Work