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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wIj w TENTH Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyas Second Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON SEPTEMBER 14 1899 ONE t 1 fi n i1i t t tnfa tr Qrt tt DOLLAR A YEAR v 2 I 1 YEAR a Class NUXBER2 s THE MSELDEN FILTER Patented Feb 28 1899fir Cleanses Water k I j tborudlpPerf IN EVERY DETAIL Separates trash from the water before the water Is filtered Water filters upward through sere venting tiasb from being mixed with filtering material Bird nests leaves etc can not possibly euter filtering material as it la of before water la filteredWnen screw cap is removed it allows filter to dry out thoroughly There is no chance for bugs or any of to accumulate as It does in other filters from damnuesa J R HASELDiiJN Lancaster Ky trash cuu Beuley Bauglunan Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets Attorney atLaw Lancaster J S HASELEE 2s 5 CASTER AND viciNrry I Barrel salt at Gainesb For sale 7 barrel salt L50 H B Northcotjiw The L is making extensive repairs on the track north of town R L Jennings Co at Paint Lick will pay 10c per dozen for eggs in trade House For Bent Will rent my dwelling on street and give possession Jany 1st MRS SUSAN FISHER Nose glasses gold trimmings afternoon on or near Public Square Leave at this office and get reward Building Lots If you want to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell you 1 to 4 acres cheap T CURREY 1000 Dozen eggs wanted at once at The Blue Grass Store Lancaster Will give topprice and you will also get tickets on the present sale ad The Lincoln democrats nominated Hon Pete McRoberts for repren tative If the entire legislatnre is made up of as clean men as Pete Mc While hunting doves Monday after noon Brannon was ac cidently discharged the shot going through his shoe and tearing away a toe Dr Wesley dressed the wound which has been quite painful Parsonage Sold Rev Henry Faulconer has purchas the Christian church parsonage Price 1800 This is a desirable and excel lent piece of property Rev Faulc ners father and mother will move from Danville and live here with Rev F and wife in this property Called to Richmond Rev Henry H Faulconer has re ceived a call from the Presbyterian church in Richmond The church is a large one and its members among the best people in that excellent city He has not yet given an answer but will probably accept In case he does will continue to reside here N Lexington Lost Wednesday rom Roberts be a godsend to the state Aceldent Beazleys gun the CIpCy aVC iYY Y hli hel on Scour 1twduld r e Josephs fall goods are ar The scarcity is more serious than it has been this year Pot hunters say the crop partridges will be large Top price for eggs at Blue Grass store Lancaster if brought at once Dr J L McKee asks THE to say that he or someone else will the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday We have to make room for fall goods and will sell a many goods at cost and some at less than cost R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Ky New Barber Joe Niklass the new barber Shop N E corner Public Square All work done in the latest style Give me a trial tf New Butcher Shop good meat low prices stand at old post office Danville street I will also pay high est market price in cash for all kinds of produce R E THOMPSON 4t Photograph Ga 1 Miss Sacry the Stanford photograpl er will be in the Thompson block Lancaster next week prepared to make anything you wish in the pic ture line Call and see work and get prices It Taxes Due Town taxes are now due and owners should come forward at once and settle This has to be done and those putting it off too long will be put to extra expense 622tf E M WALKER Collecft A Successful meeting In Eld Gowens two weeks at Antioch there were 19 additions to the church and the members were greatly revived in their religious Quite a number of those joining were baptized in Dix river Eld Gowen is now engaged in a meeting near Louisville We are now in the city selecting our great Fall stock It will short ly and we must ha re room We almost giving now in to get them out way This clearance sale has the biggest one ever held in Look out our Fall J JOSEPH 1 g ofwater great e property j meet- Ing duties rive awn order o e be Lan st announ men RECD Szi pry are Announcement The Fall Season is again upon us It seems but a few days since we were advertising our Spring and Summer goods and it time to talk WIN jjs TER WEAR and HEAVY CLOTHING Before the hurry and Rush of Fall Business Commences we want to say jg a word to our friends and we take this method of doing so First for favors of the past we wish to thank our patrons one and all Never has a store tried harder to please its customers and we realize that our efforts have been M No pains have been spared and Nothing hasbeen left undone to give our patrons the best It Clothing Shoes Every customer of knows full well We believe we have earned your confidence byDeserving it and we trust that our store shall ever have an abed j ing place in your mind thinking of CLOTHE G SHOES AND GOODS 7iJs Now at the opening ofthe Fall Season w extend to every citizen of Lancas ster Garrard and Surrounding counties an invitation tocall and ifpleased our goods our prices and our business methods to favor us with patronage S g Our guarantee is nothing loss than O- IPEREFCT SATISftCMOB pj Let us occupy the Mrst place in your thoughts when thinking of buying your FALL AND WINTER v M LOGAN J ROBINSON 8 fi S 5 g l gj S Sj 0 000 00 000 0 0 00 0 0B 0 SF 11 0 a 1o ito o now IS o p tnd Fur7 1zshzng M l thisstore o ff FunNiSi UH OUTFIT flJm nJo 6 I p p appreciated IS Goods v 0 when r with S MONEY ESFUNDEDI 0 5 1 eeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeee eeeee ee i a it- k y n h zSL r t e rep e e e f Garrard county voters must be saw ing a powerful chance of wood as they are saying nothing whatever Doves are and wild to lay in your coal Put in a telephone and save many a long walk The stockholders cleared GO per cent on the Danvilie fair Jas Lapsley filled the Presby terian pulpit Sunday Work on the new buildings has been pushed rapidly this week want still more produce The very top price and tickets besides BLUE GRASS GROCERY Co The demand for houses is very great one will erect more houses they will find it a very profitable investment Smith Currey Agents for Dan villa Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a Office at T Curreys grocery tf Eld Chas E Powell is engaged in holdinga protracted meeting atBrad fordsville His pulpit will be filled J Q Montgomery of that city next Sunday morning and evening Seed Wheat I haVe between 500 and 600 bushels of good seed wheat for sale of the Ev eretts High Grade variety Jm JNO W MILLER Having sold my business I desire to close my old books Come and settle Gaines The Stanford Journal says it is rum ored that the famous old Crab Springs property has been sold and Col Hughes of the Gilcher Hotel Danville will take charge Graded School Tax The 1899 tax is past due Please call and settle and save being asked for it The penalty will certainly be added to all unpaid taxes tf E W HARRIS Collector Low Racer To Detroit Sovereign Grand Lodge I O O F September 12th to 24th Tickets at low rates 16th and 17th via the Queen Crescent to Cincinnati Ask agents for full particulars Cprn For Sale I want to sell 50 acres oLcorn in the field to be fed down The corn is in 2 pieces one piece 35 acres and the other about 18 Apply to Jas H C Clark on my place or to me Sept 6 1899 Wm H Kinnaird Church Dedication The Friendship Baptist church in Madison county will be dedicated the third Sunday in this month 17th J I Wills of Harrodsburg will preach the sermon There will be all day services with dinneron the ground T H Campbell Jr Lancaster relatives have received news of of a bouncing boy to the wife of Rev T H Campbell at Rockville Md If the father is as happy as theyoung mans grandfather Col Jno 1L West he is certainly stepping high r To Macons If you want a condensed reliable authority on Masonic matters send 50cts B Grant grand secretary at Louisville and get a copy of his vestpocket Trestleboard Its the best book we have seen and its con venient form is somthing that will please you This Is For All Just received at Fuller Sympsons fresh wheatlet grapenuts condensed milk and lots of other good things too numerous to mention We have no limit in buying country Lard Eggs Meal etc Take all you can inbring us at highest prices Fuller Sympson Will Not be Raised A rumor has beet going the rounds that the rent for telephones will be raised This is a mistake and with out foundation Mr Bastin tells TilE RECORD the service will be greatly im proved but the rent remain at only per month Thisis the cheap est rent in Central Kentucky and the service is the best of Caaage Horace K Herndon has purchased the Half interest of Ed C Gainee in the big grocery store of Faulconer the change taking last Tuesday The new firm will move in to the room now occupied bythe Logan Dry Goods Co as soon as the latter firm gets its quarters in the Block Messrs Faulconer he Herndon will open a firstclass restaurant in with their If big stock of groceries th liskment bekept right uptpdate in Both gentlemen are reliable and certain to I b r scarce a good tim ofRev RDWe dveIlin Ifsome onspecialty either by 0 want to sell all my bad pape to rom else G S Orchard to H Hams wall 1 in Gables new Uwsley the way 0 t st NowsC cash thoe a the birth Bashes effect into c connection and est every so end succeed 55t LKy r 4v r he LANCASTER GETS THE ROAD Such l the Information Gives Oat a Meeting of Officials Held IB Louisville Alter ly in er 13 till A telegram was received last night from Louisville saying it had been giv en out authoritatively that the Railways extension would certain be made through Lancaster As Chief Engineer Wells and other high officials of the road have been in Louis villa for several days an announce ment of the decision was looked for those have been working get the line Mr Wells is expected Lancaster today or tonight togeth with Assistant Engineer Respess and other officials of the road If Garrard citizens ever had cause to throw up their hats and rejoice that time is right now Lets all stand and sing the longmetre doxology Mr C D Thompson of Harrods burg will also be here this afternoon to meet the officials He is the main gentleman who hustled for road through Mercer and assisted greatly in the project He is a typical gentle man and business man and our peo pie owe him a vote of thanks for the interest he has taken in this matter House for rent W J Romano arriving every da k September 1st eggs cash tic H B NorthcptCV I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at 100 cash m25tf R L ELKIN A line of Worsted dress goods worth 25 35 0 and 75c all it lOcgo per yd R L JENNINGS Co Trade at our store get first class goods and a nice present besides R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Ky Dr Goldstein the celebrated has decided to resume his regular visits to Lancaster and will return Oct 10 See card in this issue Buy International Poultry Food it will make hens W and bring your eggs to T get the highest market pricein or produce We want about 60000 dozen Eggs besides Butter Chickens and etc and can offer top of market BLUE GRASS GROCERY Co Lancaster Ky fflUas Kinnaird Better Miss Grace lvinnafrd whose serious illness has caused much alarm to the entire community is some better this morning IT Patient When you ring up the telephone dont show your pants by getting mad if the operator doesnt answer at once He hears you but is making other connections Have a little pa tiehce by waiting a few seconds and you will get what you want GRADED SCHOOL I Opens with 300 sad Excel hut The Graded School opened Monday morning with the largest attendance its history the number almost reaching 300 Proto Patterson had been making preparations for several weeks and the buildings and grounds in perfect shape receive the army of youngsters The corps of teachers is same as last year Prof Patterson Mrs Belle Misses Margaret Murphy Jaynie Shumate Annie RoystonKnapp West and Prof Postle The school never started more flattering prospects Most the pupils attended last year being familiar with the rules and reg trouble will be had getting down to work Many more pupils are expected to enter next Mon day The thorough system with which this great body of children is controlled is remarkable Prof Pat long experience firm but kind and his good judgement thoroughly qualify him for the position holds and the trustees displayed sound judgement in retaining is some of those people who cold on this school will make it a visit and see its great good and workings they certainly change minds as to its value to the community Southern by who to- by he osephs hap me new goods are and and opti- cIan Cure nd c e office Prospects to and arsons havebe n 7f JiJ ter C Scholars were Under tions very little manner l him rowing water will their i L N Na I NUTSHELL OUR MOTTO IN More Goods FOR Same Money C Than any louse Central Kentucky IN Whatever progress we may have made in the Science of Merchandising we must always go back to first The alphabet of Merchandising is to get your prices right Already you accept our statements as Strictly true You show your appreciation ofour prompt and careful Service You have learned that only goods of a standard quality are the kinds we handle But that what interests you first last and all the time is PRICESAnd on this score you can rely on us quoting THE VERY LOWEST PRICES- Of Any House in Central Ken tucky principles after lOGAN DRY GOODS CO Is at at Mrs Florence Voiers of Eminence the guest of her sister Mrs W L Clark Wanted Geese Ducks and Chickens will market price HJ BiNoitTHCOTT Public Sale of Farm 150 acres stock etc September 19 10 oclock a m on the premises Lancaster and Stanford near Dix bridge Two houses Farm can be divided Terms easy J C McCLARY Exr Stanford Ky Dont 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 Officeand yard opposite the Granary W B Moss Co tf This the College to Attend Write immediately to W R Smith Lexington Ky for particulars of the famous Commercial College of University Graduates in and secure good positions Cost moderate Address only W R Lexington Ky The Mills Shut Down The Lancaster Mills and mills have been compelled to on account of having no water The electric light plant has barely enough to run with and they have to pinch the supply to keep the en glues going We understand the only place they can get water is by hauling from Dir river Now you folks who are against what do you think of this state of case Suppose fire should break out in your property wouldnt think of the measly in crease of will be caused by putting in a plans that will furnish our town an abundance ofpure whole some water Well we reckon yes A WeHderfal SaeeeM Messrs Fish Adams of Paint Lick are meeting with sue cess their medicine for the cur ing fistula sweeney swellings and other thoubles with They in vented and manufacture the remedy Paint Lick and the demand basin creased until they kept busy con tinually making it It has made some wonderful cures and they have many testimonials to that offset from the best people in central Kentucky It sold on a positive guarantee and they cheerfully refund the money in any case where it does not do exactly what they claim for it If you have stock with this rem edy and you will the animal at a s TUrke pa highest between River la Kentucky demand Smit close- down waterworks taxwhich hors are Ir ee try very OIt ti N Leavell won deful with save little f v Same Goods FOR Less Money Storeroom For Rent Will rent room 1 now occupy and give possession at once Stock ofgoods now low and will be sold as a whole at a great bargain J W SWEENKY Handsome Edition The Interior Journal always in the lead for progress fairly outdid its self Friday by sending out one of the best trade editions we ever saw The mat ter was well prepared and the make up and press work magnificent Be ing equipped with the latest and best type and presses having years of ex perience and one of the best forces in Kentucky Col Walton can give most offices cards and spades and come out winner by big odds THE Rue ORD congratulates the Journal from W P to devil The halftone illustrations were made by Mr E H Fox the Danville photographer who also took the from which they were made Mr Foxs excellent work has won a wide reputation for him and he is given work bv all the central Kentuc ky papers in preference to work done in the city Out ragout Conduct THE RECORD has perhaps bored its readers by publishing so much about the devilment kicked up in town al most every night Many depredations have been committed but the climax was capped Saturday night when ev cry electric light on Richmond street two big arcs and were smashed to pieces the wires ken and left across thestreet Fortu the mischief was done just be fore the plant shut down at midnight or some one would have been killed or seriously injured by the live wires left on the ground in several places The owners of the plant set about to ascer tale the guilty parties and have war rants for three young men who are under bond for trial tomorrow They stoutly deny their claim they can clearly establish their innocence Through the high regard THE REC ORD has for relatives of the boys we decline to print their and sin cerely hope they will establish their innocence beyond all question The punishment for destroying or interfering with telephone telegraph or electric light lines is confinement in the penitentiar for not less than two nor more than ten On the Sunday night following some misecrants cut the wire out of the screen doors at McRoberts drug store and also at Batsons piled goods boxes across Lexington street and moved signs The people are worked up to a fighting point and if any ones guilt isclearly established he will be made to dance to pretty lively incandescents bro guiltand names j o pictures three yeas several z made I 4 CENTRAL RECORD XVKBY WEEK BY LOUIS LAHDRAM Pabllsber LANCASTER KENTUCKY I N tEEMS OHXY ABIH ADVAHCI 100 50 THBU 25 1 SIX MONTU THURSDAYSeptemberI4 1899 IF Governor Bradley would send troops to the mountains and quell some of the special correspondents he will do a good turn toward protect jug the good nama of the state These roosters get paid so much a column and the bigger the lie the bigger the price Almost every report has when sif oed down bsan proven greatly ex aggerated or wholly without founda tion When two men fall out and fight it is given out that the entire population has taken sides on the matter special writer does vastly more harm than good and nine out of every ten should be squelched ONE of the cleanest and most orators on the political stump in Kentucky is the Hon Geo G Gilbert of Shelby county He slings no mud and indulges in no whatever By plainly forth the claims of his party he has won the respect of both parties and many republicans flock to hear him at every appointment AN exchange says that not long since a minister at Minerva Mason county was bubbling over with en thusiasm said at the beginning of a service Give us all clean hearts give us all sweet hearts to which old maid present shouted a amen FIVE hundred dollars is the sum paid for the use of a window in New York by parties to see the Dewey Dewey iscertainly a greatman but if we had live hundred dollars we would feel as big as Dewey and expect him to hire a window and look at us DOWN near Owensboro a man at tempted to commit suicide because he had done a number of mean things If exeryone who has been guilty of mean tricks were to follow the Owensboro mans example this old world would not have enough men left to play a game of seven up TIlE Dewey celebration at New York will be the grandest ever given in this country and it now looks like the thing will be greatly overdone Blfiiuarchs Iron Nerve Was hissplendid 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 Kings New Life Pills They develop every power if brain and body Only 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m IK Lawful The largest catch of fish ever made at Dix river took place a few days ago The stream had ceased running at two rillles about two hundred yards apart leaving a pool of water about six feet deep 1 etween the two points and several parties from the east end of the county dug a ditch at the low er rime and let the water out It is said that they secured eight hundred pounds of bass newlights cats and other lish Harrodsburg Sayings Volcanic Eruption Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of Bucklens 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 Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m New Money Order A new money order will be issued beginning Sept 15 It will be quite an improvement over those now in use in several respects It will be much more convenient in size and shape not exceeding that of a bank check The principal change will giving of a receipt an exact of the order which will be re deemed after areasonable length of time in case of the loss of the original The marginal coupons denoting the value of the order will be dispensed with A WONDERFUL OF DIAR A prominent Virginia Editor Had Al uaoiit Given up but wa Brought Back to perfect Health by Chamberlain Colic Chol erea and Diarrhoea Remedy READ HIS EDITORIAL From the Tinles Hillstille 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 misery that I had almost decided to give up all hopes of and await the result but noticmgdie advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some stating how some wonderful cures had been wrought by this I decided totry it After taking a few doses I was entirely well of that trouble and I wish to say further to my readers and fellowsufferers that i am a hale and hearty man today and feel as well as 1 ever did in my life O B MOORE Sold by B JB McRpb erte Druggist 1m The gentlemanly personalities setting every vociferous parade the resultof 1 t joy beth facsimile CURE RHOE r very testimonials remedy c this UB 4S solmuch J PAINT LICK Born to the wife of 6 J3IcKinney on the 5th inst a 12lb girl A nice line of Candies Cigars and Tobacco at R L JENNINGS Co V- Dont forget to call for tickets on Silverware at R L JENNINGS Co Departed this life on th 2 3rd inst Mike the infant son of Mr and Mrs Gabe Salter Mr R N Beazley our tobacco man has about completed his new residence on Richmond street Ssvaral people of this place took ad vantage of the chjap excursion rate to Cincinnati Sunday Mrs Lusy Boney and daughter Mrs Charlie Hamilton of Richmond are visiting Mr hnd Mrs I C Racker Paint Lick and RichniDnd base ball teams played here Saturday Rich mbnd won by a score of seven to ten Elys carriage shop is away behind in orders for new buggies and buck boards Give them an order when they catch up A protracted meeting commenced at Old Paint Lick church last week conducted by Rev McKee of Dan villeMiss EstelleToyntz of Richmond is visiting the Misses McCormack Mr R L Jennings and wife went to Cincinnati Monday on a They will be given a grand reception at their hottie Friday night when they return J B Franks of Burks ville is visiting at the home of his wifes father Dr B Ramscy Mr James Buster the polite and atten tive clerk of Moore Estridge has gone to Red House on a weeks vaca tion Mr David Ivey is now smiling behind the counter of It L Jennings Co Your scribe spent several days with Jim Guinn last week and had a pleasant time As usually will dis able the injured pfosoir three or four weeks but if Onaniberlains Pain Balm is freely a complete cure may be effected days Pain Balm also cures rheumatism cuts bruises and burns For sale by 11 E McRoberts Druggist 1m CARTERSVILLE 4 W L Allen has his hew cottage al most ready to occupy Wm Koehler is suffering very much with rheumatism at this writing Bro Wallen was unable to fill his regular appointment here last Sunday at Leavel Green The Baptists have holding a meeting at Cartersville for two weeks which closed Sunday- A diseased liver declares itself by moroseness mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation HERBINE will restore the liver to a healthy condition Price 50c C C J E Stormes One of the most pleasant affairs of the season occurred Wednesday at 4 oClock when Clarance Green son ofllenderson Green led to the hymenial altar Miss Jessie Allen daughter of W L Allen both of this place The bride presented a lovely appearance in a suit of spotless white She was escorted from her home by Gibson Allen and Mrs Fannie KeohV ler where she met the groom at the door of Leavel church and marched to the altar where they were united by a very impressive ceremony conducted by Rev Combs They then drove to the home of the groom where with a large number of their friends they enjoyed an elegant reception All of their friends join in sending their hearty congratulations- Mr and Mrs J B Carter spent days at Rockcastle Springs last week Master Irvin Wells has been on the sick list but we are glad to note the little fellow is improving E L Koehler and Ebb Whitted were in East Burnstadt a few days last week Mr Koehler contemplates a saw mill there and Mr Whit ted a blacksmith shop Miss Leah Robinson was on the sick list a few days last week Misses Nannie Bal lard and Kittie Denton of Paint Lick have been the charming guests of Miss Tillie Arnold Mr Fred and Miss Martha Nance of Paint Lick were the guests ol friends here last Sundav Misses Lula and Milda Na pier entertained quite a number of friends Monday night in honor of their counsin Miss Chester Cochran of Lee county Mr and Mrs J II Carter are rejoicing over the birth of a tine girl As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curative power BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT is not equaled by any other in the world Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E FLATWOODS W H Furr bought two yearlings from George Pointer for 32 Sinclair Cord sold his horse to Tom White for 50 also his tobacco crop fur 50 W H Furr sold four calves to Mr Warren Slayen for 80 also four year lings to John Anderson for 80 A Word to Mother Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold neednot hesi tate to administer Chamberlains CoMgh Remedy It contains no opi ate nor narcotic may thf hllhft to an adult The great success that has attended its thiftreatment of colds and croup has won for approval and praise it has received throughout the United States and in many foreign lands For sale by RE McRoberts Druggist 1m i wedding tour in f r appl ed in ver few b en afternoon several putting tormes i any for and be given as to use in itt e t I treated Green conthcntly a j MT HEBRON Hemp cutting is mot completed Ducks are selling at loa in this vicinity Stock and drinkingwater er in this community than it has b2en for many years v While raisin a crib at Mr J M Vanderpools Saturday morning alog fell and cut a plaza about three inch es in Willie Vancterpools head The Doctor was summoned think th3 wound not serious W D Scott and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry Sadler W B Montgomery spant last week in Louisville Misses Nina Montgome ry and Edna Scott attended preach ing at Buckeye Sunday Mrs Geo Bruce is visiting her daughter Mrs Gammons near Burgin Jesse Dun can spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here Mrs Wm Crawford and children of High Budge are vis iting Mrs Sallie Crawford Miss Belle Allen entertained numbor of her friends Monday evening Mr and Mrs E D Lawson were in Richmond visiting last week Miss McGinnis and Miss Grubbs of Lex ington are the guests of Miss Nelle Bourne The great successof Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in th2 of bowel complaints has made it standard qyer the greater part of the civilized world For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m BUCKEYE Charles Barker formerly of your city but now of Buckeye bought a horse of at 100 Rev J C Massee of your city very ably filled the pulpit here Sunday in the absence of the pastor His servi ces have been secured for the meeting which begins here in Oc tober and the people are anticipating a feast of good sermons The teachers association which met here Sunday was well attended and everything passed ofT nicely The weather was delightfully cool and there was sufficient rain the night be fore to lay the dust There was an abundance of dinner on the ground and everybody seemed to be revived The talks and recitations by the tea chers and pupils fronl the different schools were greatly enjoyed and all left with the feeling that it was good to be there and wishing they would come again The healing properties of Banner Salve arc truly marvelous It is a thorough antiseptic and heals all wounds Cuts and Burns without leav ing a scar C C J E Stormes Misses Bettie Henry Pearl and Sal lie Ross of your town were in our midst Sunday Ebb Dickerson and wife visited F K Sutton and family of Marksbury Sunday Miss Corde lia Ray left Monday to visit relatives in Lancaster and Stanford Misses Lelia and Myrtle Hendren were with Miss Hattie Jones Saturday and Sun day Mr and Mrs Forest Curtis and baby Carl Ray of Kirks ville visited their parents Sunday Paul Broth er of Fayette has been visiting Mr and Mrs Forest Stapp No Relict for 20 Years I have been troubled for the last twenty years with bronchial affection and at times have been bedfast Have tried a great many cough remedies but found no relief until I tried Fo leys Honey and Tar lean honestly recommend Foleys Honey and Tar quick relief reliable pleasant to take and sure cure for diseases of the throat and lungs Minerva Smith414 Washington Ave Danville Ill C J E Stormes SYYEEN7EY L K Perkins sold to Pony Beazley 20 head of fat cattle at 4ic Messrs McCarley Lawson Sam Anderson L K Perkins and S Morgan shipped several car loads of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday O B Perkins sold two cattle at per hundred also sold to Sam Anderson one cow and calf at 31 and five yearlings for 116 and sold to Mr Ballard 3 heifers at 3ic The most delicate ccmtituticu can safely use COUSSENS HQNEY OF TAR It is a sure and pleasant for coughs loss of voice and nIl lung troubles Price 25 and SOc C C J E Stormes Miss Hattie House a charming young lady of Gilberts Creek visited Mrs Taylor House last week Pretty little Ellen Ball of Lancaster spent several days with relatives in this vicinity You may bridle the appetite but can not bridle the lver to do its work well You must be honest with it help it along a little now and then with a dose of HERBINE the best liver regulator Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes Stopped The BackAche A R BASS Morgantown Ind writes I was afflicted with Kidney disease and had to get up quiet often during the night and suffered severe pains in Kidneys and with backache I used Foleys Kidney Cure after tak ing three bottles 1 am entirely C C J E Stormes Cutting twothirds of the wing feathers off those having drooping wings will help the young ster that is running too much to ermaking to get backits weight Pile Cured If sufferers will use Banner Salve according to directions a positive cure will result in worst cases Guaran teed 25c C C T R Stormes i V If Jr l apiece sc arc immediately- but last protracted n I as- a 360 remedy a red longs J I 1 treatm you I MAUKSBCRY Mr C A Robinson has been suffer ing for several days with sciatic rheu matism Miss Pattie Boner of Walnut Hill Fayette county is visiting the family of J C Boner Messrs M G D Hugh33 J H Parks and William Marsee spent Cincinnati Mistes Sallie and Pearl Aldridge and T Pollard will at tend the Lancaster Graded School the following term Miss Hendrickson- of Lexington is the gue3t of her brother Joe Hendrickson John West of D ckard Tenn returned home Monday after a pleasant and protracted visit to old friends and relatives in this community Rout visited relatives in Lincoln and attended the Stanford court STONE Whooping cough is raging in this vicinityC sold fo Chas Burdett two calves at 17 each T L Saunders sold to Erasmus a nice horse for 45 N T Grow and A D Ford bought a 100lb shoat last week for 10 Miss Maggie Naylor bought of Geo W Grimes a small tract of land on Sugar Creek for 290 Prospects are that we will have a couple of weddings in this neighbor hood before this goes in print Rev Lowry of Winchester filled Rev Neals appointment at Scotts Fork Saturday night Sunday and afternoonMessrs Whitaker and 0 J Har din made a flying trip to Lexington last week Mr Hardin went to pur chase a tine gun he says the had better look out Adie the little infant of Mr and Mrs II C Fowle died of croup last Friday morning The remains were interred in Gunns Chapel cemetery Miss Mary Leavell attended the teachers association at Buckeye Sat urday Mesdames Lucy and Mary Ellen Preston and C M Mitchell are on the sick list Miss Blanche Mitchell has returned from a three weeks visit with relatives at Bryants Hanley Jessamine county Mesdames Lucinda and Paulina Mc Querry and daughters Misses Bessie and Gertie have returned from a weeks visit at the formers sister in Owen county Mrs Nat Maggie Naylor were the guests of Mrs T t Saunders Sunday Miss Mattie G Saunders has returnea from a two weeks visit with relatives at Winchester and Calibeate Springs in Jessamine Messrs L D Mitchell L Land Saunders and Grow attended a birth day party at Hanley Thursday night Messrs John Lane John Hicks made a trip to Lock No 8 Sunday Miss Nora Ray of Buckeye visited our sohool at Scotts Fork last Friday Miss Rebecca Sparks has returned from a six weeks visit with relatives in Estill county Going Down Html People Suffering from Kid ney Diseases feel a gradual but of strength and vital ity They should loose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparation C C J E Stormes HAlittACK Mr St Clair Chord sold a nice buggy mare to Thos White for 50 There is quite an interesting meet ing going on at Old Paint Lick con ducted by Revs McKee Preacher Bryant bought a cow and calf from Sampson Archer for 0 Miss Ida Hurt has bogan her school again this morning Monday after be ing absent for two weeks There will be a box supper at Old Union school house on the night of the 22nd inst for the benefit of the school house as it was repaired lat week Misses Li2ie Hanley and Sallie Shaw was visiting Mrs J last week J R Crab Orch aid was visiting at J H McQuerrys Saturday and Monday Ills LICe was Suvcd MrJ E Lilly a prominent citizen f Hannibal Mo lately had a wonder ul deliverance from a frightful deatho Jn of it he says I had taken Typhoid Fever that ran into My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumptipn when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gaye great relief Icontin ued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvellous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial battles free at R E McRoberts Drug every bottle guaranteed 3 1m Remarkable Occnrances A Wagon maker who has been dumb for years picked up a hub and spoke Yes and a blind carpenter on the same day reached for his plane and saw and a beef farmer went out with his dog and herd and noseless fisher man caught a barrel of pike and smelt and a forty ton elephant inserted his trunk in a grade and flue a dog walks off with his coatand pants a bed list cued toa bigtick Yes and some men in the woods hsard trees bark An other was astonished a horse fly as he was passing along theroad Another man was loafing along andj saw a brick walk Ex Aldridge- A Sundayin Lee Herringand F 11 Spaniards and Naylor Miss C S N T 1 steady loss and Crowford I T McQuerr3 Cookof II telling Store byseeing L M Allen yule 4 pneumonia Show at ni441e boro A M Kinnaird is at the bead of the big Wail and Midway to b3 held at Middlesboro Oct 5 6 and 7 The scheme will be one ofthe on wheels and will bring of people to the Migic City Mr Kin naird is quite a hustler and always takes a leading part in pushing enter prises Hes the kind of a citizen to have in a town Dont Re Imposed Upon Always insist on getting Foleys Honey and Tar as it is positively and unequalitiedly the best cough medicine Accept no substi tute C J J E Stormes Kentucky Crop Conditions The government crop bulletin for Kentucky issued under date of 4th says Generally speaking the week was warm and dry Some localities were favored with showers on the 31st but the State as a whole is experiencing a decided drouth This is most severe in the eastern and central portions where water for stock is becoming scarce in some places in the western portion more favorable conditions prevail Corn is doing faily well and is ma turing rapidly Early fields are being cut places and with warm dry weather the late corn will soon be safe from frost It is maturing and too early for the best results Tobacco has ripened somewhat pre maturely and is now being cut and housed There is complaint from some localities that the lower leaves are tiring badly and some is being cut on this account Irish potatoes are generally reported to be a light crop Apples are still dropping badly and promise only a very light crop of inferior quality Except in the western portion pas tures are in very poor condition being badly burned out by the hot dry weatherThere is a very general complaint of damage by worms Pastures and meadows have been injured by them and corn leaves badly eaten in some sectionsPlowing for winter wheat has been stopped in most localities by the dry weather Rain is badly needed in all portions of the State No Right to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attract ive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable It she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimplest blotches skin eruptions and a wretchi ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to pu fy the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good look ing charming woman of a rundown nvalid Only 50 cents at R E Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m Scott Hudson gave his mare Louise Mac a record of 209i at New York Friday Last week he won five second monies aggregatingabout3000 Scott has been a little unfortunate this year with Eagle Fiannagan who has just been fast enough to go second to the great horse The Abbott But for him Scott would be ten or fifteen thousand dollars better off Advocate HAS NATURE WARNED YOU 7 Nature herself clad la the early garba of the despondent chord to vibrate to this the Fever If so must not this as It is an indication of sickness avoid this consult us as our advice costs you nothing Call on your druggist and bottle of Dr LiTer Powder Take one dose a at bed time for six days then follow by procuring a bottle of Yucatan Chill Tonic the directions and after two weeks course of these two great remedies yon will feel like the flowers look In the spring Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season atmosphere is full of germs If repeat tne above by R E McRoberts Dr R GoldsteinT- he wellknown Optician will be at the Hamilton Hotel Tuesday October lOth 1899 One day only Eyes Examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Quarantine Withdrawn at Old Point Comfort The quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn this to notify all concerned that the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has sale of tickets to Old Pour Comfort and all points affected by time quarantine The Bimonthly Old Point Comfort on the and fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed commencing with the second Tuesday in September Round trip tickets will be 1500 limited to 21 days For full information write GiX W BARNEY Div Passr Agt Lexington Ky FARM FOR SALE Shunted in Garrard county about Similes from Old Paint Lick and Fair View farm is situated In R neighborhood mlles from Lancaster near Lancaster near churches and school house adapted to the growth of corn hemp iud Residence and out buildings goodcstern well watered 80 acres in cultivation balance in This offered at private sale until Eor particulars J fl ot uidrdcs Ji Francs Point Cy G W BaTl w TenIll Ky 7- J 0JFjr JBcI s i j V BI thousands absolutely I September insome ripening at my nearly bloasoms forth trees and flowers most of all springtime and how do you feel Have t the forerun ner of Chills Malaria and Typhoid re a followin warns you These Remedies in stock resumed Excursion to second f known the urnsld8farm and ownea J L Francis consisting of 181 acres This 6 Is Jarnwillie 20cbprox or will pubclJthat day IT L v I i necessary as Jack aw tobaccoS be sold 1 rPofatIeve11 Ry I AM 88 YEARS OLD Honey Itictvcs quick and permanent relief b well as coughs and colds weak tnoffaCn M A Metcalfl Dr It mak I unal Zy Ill I a saniini R t- edand anyrumeily equst to hir grips sdmah Drug Store LancasteraobBrts In Constant Danger must have taken a great deal of persistence on your part to learn to play the violin so well He It did I had to go constantly armed for five years Rival The Spiteful Thing Oldgirl said hhe had the stage fright last night mean she was the stage Daily News Had Talked Too Much Sportlejgh Your wife seems hoarse today Clubleigh Yes I got home late last Topics Might Do Worse dont think hed marry me for my money do you Ida Oh I dont know he might do worse Town Topics SheIt RubyMaria PearlYou frightChicago nightTown EvaYou J B SWIEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co Ring out the old Ring in the new Ring out tha false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is DO indination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Only 26o 60e and 100 SIxM BE SURE YOU GET Dr lolls PlHTarlMty u are exhilarated Beth Fred stole several kisses last night You dont mind falling among thieves do Louis Remihlio i youSt 1IIIIIII SCHOOL BOOKS Dont forget that we have many BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE R E MTROBERTS f H s This is now the most uptodate Gdllery in Central Ky haying been recently equipped with The Marvelous Anastimate Lenses The new discovery in optical science Iwish to the Ladies that These Lenses FLA TSB Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be Seen to be frotnincr frnm the most Elaborate Paintings anvong the lot FLEURDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures 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 SECONDHAND Fox r GZZery D6N KY f sayto appreciated the simplest Photograph toW is New French f r Ct t4TTIL Suitable for T the k L1 A HAIR jet nut kMBtiOM BALSAM luuriaDC Ja1la eaDcI U 1 I I- rromat C growth I- Nessr ta Us1r to its Youthful Color I WfMcC JOHNSTON JOHN TJOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON v Civil Engineers sit Sureyori LANCASTER KY J u ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER KY ThirtyThousand Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Farms KMtCHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows han Allvis iting Knights are fraternally ED BISHOP C C J S HASEIDEN KR S L F invited RUBBLE Blue- Grass ADIfCIIICCC EDUCATION s w Ja absolutely necessary to the P Iv Vi pr man or young woman who would win success in Ufe This being conceded of first importance to training ftt the school that strands in the yery front rank THE BRYANT Jk STR1TTON BUSINESS COLLEGE t LOUISVILLE KY s 1 Sere experience each oae specialist la his li Jon ifs getyour kenGraduates preferred Write for 1abe81fu 1 book graduates F 00 2 t vkiP1wU SHORTILAND gtvlng from OCCU- PY1UTL4iILRI UBhLtd S a L r it t 1 Our unprecedented cutprice sale cleared our shelves comir jr pletely and we start into the Fall trade with a clear trackTToTToYoTrooTrooTn j o a a B a a r to n fij 1ooooooooooooooo w 4 I 1 s Q I rf f c f1f C + mT H I I m m mL m som m BIEi j I lnJrn rnillID p 0 0 1jE f r t 0 0 0- j Elegant Stock of Fall and Winter GoodsWhich 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 We will make a specialty season on FINE UNDERWEAR and can certainly please you We secured a lovely line of SHIRTS and COLLARS and can give the correct thing We have the nobbiest line of FINE NECKWEAR ever brought from the east We call especial attention to our elegant and NOW I I II I I r1I I I C rS Wi ARC Rd1icFiIvE1s1a this j CLOTizwGr TERCOASEE OUR EZeg lFootwear 0 WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU to COME and EXAMINE J L FROHMAN CO CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS SHOES Etc I I E F4 BATS VKYnANV2LLE 1CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY Septemberl4 1899 ABOUT PEOPbB Jim Anderson is clerking for H M Ballou Ed Perkins is clerking for J E Stormes Miss Fish of Stanford is the guest of Miss Allie Arnold Miss Mary Anderson is visiting in Lexington Miss Bettie Anderson entertained a few friends Monday evening Capt W C McFarland will arrive this afternoon to visit relatives Herbert Kinnaird has accepted a position in J A Beazleys furniture storeMiss Mollie F Smith will clerk for R H Batson during thefall and win ter season Mr and Mrs S Baughman have taken rooms with Miss Dove Harris Richmond street Mrs Robert Embrygave a tea evening in of her guest Miss Altha Miller of Owensooro Rev W P Harvey of Louisville filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday morning to the delight of his many admirers Mr Aslibrook C Frank writes THE RECORD from Amirillo Tex stating the report of his marriage isa mistake and that he is becoming a Benedict than ever before He says he will visit Kentucky in a few daysMr Tommy Underwood was over from Nicholasville Monday and Wade a pleasant call He is rapidly recovering from his recent severe spell of typhoid fever and will be O It He was accompanied by J 3 McKenzie of Nicholas vilie g O relatives J Saturday honor THE RECORD Soon 1 p CyOOObO OO0 0404 Cv J0ObOa 40b01j0 I i a j I further from I S j Miss Bettie West is in Louisville vis iting friends Miss Alice Walker will enter school at Lexington this term Miss Nellie Cox of Frankfort is visiting friends in this county Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to Hustonville friends Miss Alta Bettis of Danville is this week to visit Miss Lottie Bettis Misses Mary Martha and Helen Gill left Tuesday to attend school at Oxford Ohio Miss May Jarvis has entered school at Springfield Ohio and will attend the full school year Mesdames Mildred Beasley W S Beazley and son Eugene are spending the week in Crab Orchard with rela Mrs Jake Barker and sons Masters J T and Dunlap of Lebanon will the 16th to visit Mrs W B Jarvis for several days Rev George O Barnes exam ined for a position in the Census at Washington but on account of his age he failed to pass His daugh ter Miss Marie is listed for exami nations and it is thought will certain ly pass Lexington Herald The Rev George W Dunlap and his family are here from Independence Ky for a few They are on tlu way to thewest probably deciding on Mrs Dunlaps physician has immediate change of climate for a pulmonary disorder from which she is suffering Mr and Mr R L Jennings went to Cincinnati Monday morning to spend a week While there they will tertained at the hospitable home of clever Sam Joseph Mr Jennings will buy his fall stock of goods while in the city They received a great num ber of handsome and costly bridal presents They will be given a at Paint Lick when they re turn to that place Friday night s expected I I tives1 waS days stay Arizona ordered been reception arrive Bureau x- I MI Mr J Paul Miller returned to school in Lexington this week Rev Wills of Harrodsburg visited Mr and Mrs J R Hill Monday Mrs William Greenleaf of St Louis is the guest of Mrs Emma Kauffman Miss Elizabeth Mitchell of Mitch elsburg is the guest of Mrs Holley CarltonMiss Hudson leaves this week for Staunton Va to enter school for the next term Mrs R C Warren and daughter Miss Marie of Stanford are guests of Miss Jennie Duncan Mr J R Hill left for Middlesboro Sunday where he will spend a few days with his sick brother who is ve ry low Misses Agnes Spears Grubbs of Lea ington and Claude Alpha McGinnisof Danville have been visiting Miss Nellie Grant Bourne near Bryants ville Mr F Colburn Clarke one of the staff artists of the New York has been spending the week with Miss Arnie Chenault Wallace He will accompany Miss Florence Burnside s far as Washington City on his return to New York J R J HRussell of Munfordsville W T and T C Russell of Decatur 111 Warren Russell cf Riley Ky and G Russell of Lowell were visiting their mother Mrs W B Jarvis the first of the week it being the first time in twelve years that they have all been together The wives and children of lourof the brothers were also pres ent The Ladies Society will hold its next meeting at the home of Mrs Jennie West on Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock It is hoped that a full collection of dues all those who upon the nickel plan and all other indebtedness will be taken up at this meeting as the treasurer is anxious tu have books balanced before the lusts lation of new officers relatIVes Journal Aid worked a Dr Harry Finny of Chicago was a visitor here Monday Frank B Marksbury was in Huston ville Tuesday on business Mrs James Turner of Middlesboro visited Mrs J R Hill last week Miss Olivia Sweeney left Monday to attend school in Lexington Miss Lillie Noel is in Cincinnati buying fall and winter millinery goods Miss Annie Austin returned Sunday from several weeks stay at Springs Miss Mattie Powell after a visit to Miss Mattie Thompson has returned to Hustonville Misses Sallie B Ray of Buckeye and Ella Williams of Louisiana are guests of Miss Bettie Henry Mesdames Fuller J C Massee Misses Bane and Knapp West have been spending a few days at Dripping Springs G B Rose manager of circu lation for the Louisville Post washere Saturday in the interest of He is a brother of Joe Rose of Nich olasville and a fine young gentleman Capt Boston Dillion from Lancas ter is the guest of his son W R Dillion Capt Dillion is between 80 and 90 years of age but gets about with ease notwithstanding the weight of years Livingston Colonel Dr W B Penny will move his fam ily to Hustonville this week and open a dental office where he has good pros pets of business The doctor is a fine dentist a genial gentleman and his friends here dislike to give him and his family up Stanford Journal Rev W L Clark who has had charge of the local Methbdist church was transferred by the conference to Butler Ky Rev Clarke is a good preacher a splendid citizen and a gentleman whom THE and the whole community regrets to leave We comend him to the people of Butler and wish him Godspeed Rev L Robinson will have charge of the Lancaster church Drippir g Di fid sociable REC ltD that paper t SEE OUR zylish 4- ckwear Miss Mary Woldridge spent a few days at Dripping Springs the past weekWin H Harris of Carlisle has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E HarrisMiss Harrisleft Tuesday to visit her friend Miss Pearl Hoteombe ElizabethtownMiss of Lancaster was the guest of her uncle J H Hil ton Brodhead cor Ky Colonel Misses Sallie Tillett and Lawn Smith left Tuesday for Cincinnati 1o buy fall goods and attend the millinery openingsReports from the railroad corps are quite favorable and the men are meeting with far better suc cuss than was expected Rev G W Youn was appointed a member of the Board of Directors of the National AntiSaloon League which now has a permanent organiza tion in thirteen States Richmond Register the was sent out to get a jury to try a lit tle case in Judge Burnsides court and he summoned among the number Squire W H Kinnaird This was his first jury service for probably fifty years Being up to his ears in import ant business all his life he was never called upon to serve and his in the jury box was quite odd to older citizens The congre gation at the Christian church was greatly surprised in fact sorrowfully so Sunday morning when Rev RobtG Frank tendered his res ignation as pastor to take effect in November realizing their pulpit has never been more acceptably filled Bro Frank has been called by the church at Fulton Mo where he held a two weeks meeting congregation atNicholasyille feels it has a great loss in losing a young preacher of such sterling worth Nicholasville Journal Such lovely dress goods were never before shown in Lancaster as are now coming in at Josephs Daybeforeyesterday sherri ff appearance recently surveying T1 When in call on 1 o Danville r J LlllAHD SIOUJ Leading DRUGGISTS BOOK SELLERS and STATIONERS School Books Tablets Inks c a Specialty Best SoJa Water in town l 4 J I EXCURSION Are you going to get in on our present sale Only a few days left BE SURE AND GET THERE BEFORE SEPTEMBER 23d Besides the present tickets we are now giving 18 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar 100 19 pounds Clarified Sugar 100 Fruit Cans best per dozen 30c Jelly Tumblers per dozen 20c and all kinds oflike bargains We Want Chickens Eggs Butter Etc Bring them in and get the top price and tickets on the Presents LANCASTER KY Blue GroceryGrass Company Please Remember The middle ojf the is past and settling time is at hand I Need the Money due me and must insist that my friends gall in and settle Sallie 0 Tillett PUBLIC SALE Tuesday Oct jd iSgg HaYing rented my farm with the Intention of moving my location I will offer at public sale at my home 3 miles west of Camp Dick Robinson the following list of lire stock farm ing implements household furniture 3 Jennets 2 in foal 1 combined mare 4 head Jersey cows 2 extra fine calves 10 head hogs 1 wagon 1 98 Deering mow er 1 97 steel lMalta cultivator 1 besides numerous articles of house hold and kitchen furniture The sale begins at 2 p in TERMS made known on day of sale JOSHUA DUNN Sr ml hors hay rake timothyhay year and L rT rn H EG L I 0B IE i 0 0q7 0Lq Lq J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIIIE KENTUCKY Land Saverjor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO ORGANIZED 1888 CITIZENS KATMAL Capital Surplus Fund 50OOO 10000 Bvsnrns BOUGITKD J H HieennoTHAH Lxwu Y LBAVBU B r HCMOH W O RIQKKT CD Warm Presides YicaPrasideBt Caaalet Assistant Bookkeeper DIRICTOK8 JX jtlMnrMTXAK LXWIl Y LlAYBLL- J 8 Jvnnqir T 2C AKHOLB- K O AJWOLB Jm Hrasoir ALUGHM J Jwiutui F BAn PnatAtteaUQuaate I Cash I I Ld80UTE81IT Oarafaland P Jacoit Y13asrasvx 01 A c c 1 7 t- f e I- a With all kinds of fruit appearance is a great factor in selling In all Spain there are only 32CO children in the Sunday schools secure a W B Burton sold to M Lauber of Pennsylvania two combined horses averaging 100 Perry Ballard bought at Stanford Mpnday a bunch of yearling cattle at 2250 per head J B Leavell pf Bryantsville bought of Davidson a nice 4year old bay gelding for 13500 Fruit that is badly injured and watery will not keep well any circumstances Corn owing to drouth in western states took an upward turn on the markets early in the week 31 Lauber of Pennsylvania bought In Lincoln and Garrard a car load of nice suckling and yearling from 12 to 40 Onions should be harvested as soon as the tops die down Spread them under shelter where there is good ventilation Hemp cutting is the order of the day and farmers are hustling The crop will not come up to the average in Garrard Red Polled cattle are fast coming into prominence as a dairy breed In fact they can be considered the only general purpose cattle Good for beef as well as milk From all accounts the scrub bull must go He is not fit for beef much less to breed from Farmers few ago used a grade bull now breeding to a pure bred one In Clark county Willis Broad well of Cynthiana Ky bought about 25 mule colts at prices ranging from 15 to 40 Good second rate horse mules brought about 25 and 35 for mare cults Everybody who has attended the county fair this year speaks in tillhighest terms of the display of beef and dairy cattle Truly it is wonder ful and excels any exhibition foryears It seems as if all the best herds are out contending for prizes TABLERS BUCKEYE OINTMENT relieves the intense ing It soothes heals and cures ic cases where surgeons fail It is experiment its sales increase its cures Every bottle guaranteed Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts The fifth annual meeting of the Louisville Trotting and Fair tion will be held from Sept 25 to Oct 1 1899 There will be special rates on all railroads It will be one of the greatest meetings ever held in Ameri ca Cotton mules are used in every State in the South They range from 14 to 15 hands in height have light dium bone and nice smooth hair er They must weigh about 800 to 1000 pounds and generally sell from 50 to 90 per head according to height and He general quality H Y Haws of Lexington has sold the famons pacer Joe Patchen to Senator McCarthy of Goshen N Y Haws paid about 20000 for Patchen a Jew weeks ago in Cleveland and it ble is understood that the price paid by McCarthy was in excess of what Haws paid WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE is perfectly harmless and will remove every worm It is also a tonic and by its strengthening properties will store to pale cheeks the rosy hue health Price 25 cts C E Stormes It said the crop of tobacco this trueyear in Woodford Jessamine and a part of Fayette counties is the in texture of any tobacco in the Although the tobacco will not weijh as heavy as in former years it will to make up in quality what it lacks in quanity To use the expression of who have seen it the crop is as fine ingas split silk Jessamine Journal This Farm for Sale store Lies one mile West of Paint LickStation and field Contains 102 34 acres Will publiclyOctober 1899 On premises For particulars address H L WALLACE Paint Lick Ky NATIONAL BANK S J mules at i who pain PI C C J E Sturmes Assoc J C IS finest Stat THB 1 alluse tan towwl 4 x 1 out years t t j I r i1493 T whoa S tome CAPITAL l Ieoooo f OF LANCASTER JLT A RDINMT JHO E STOKMKS Vice President B C DENNY Cashier We x Nice our S 4Y y IIi hand J F JR Asst Caahr BIN N r success ment The as the him fling wi FOIQ firms lands 350 to 16 3125 Peudle A Vo gently quickly She chicken Then the ventu When pound and the Gum irs grease last for arc was per third who unwise bushel is daily Crests ture home e Of r TIMELY HINTYou should be wise and see that yourblood isrich and pure and whole system put in acondition the use of DrCarlstedts Liver Powder Then youwill be free from malaria fever coldsgrip Carlstedts German Livers the money can For your Dr Spruce B l39 T Price 25c and 50o Bottle Forsaleby E McRoberts also the collar rubbed off ell ery hour or two while at worn Inthe evening put a of A F I txiek Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Taint Lick Is with ready sale evenr where persons who have used it say its a marked and a for Fistula Scratches Enlarge Heel etc It is i written guarantee and money re landed if not as For sale by E E Lancaster great pacer Star Pointer noted king of the turf was dethroned Wednesday by Joe Patches who beat in a free forall pace Pointer took the first heat in 204 and was the John B Gentry getting second money The two win heats were in 00 204r pointer retire from the turf is the range of prices en furnished by one of the largest of buyers in the South 14 high 30 to 40 hands high 55 15 to hands high 70 to 90 15 to 16 hands high hands highheavy weight good to 140 The Ky farmers wife near Wellington while out feeding chickens re dropped an earring which was gobbled up by one of the fowls could not pick out the particular so killed them one by one 7 in all but failed to find the earring she began to look around and fowlhadMissouri horseman recommends following treatment for the pre and cure of a sore shoulder woolfaced collars that fit neatly you harness horses lay the side Of collar On a sill Or the face thoroughly with a smooth round stick of wood to it soft Keep the hair on the salt in a gallon ofcold water and bathe shoulders well If the shoulders chafed rub a little tallow or axle on the collar writer in the Louisville Dispatch has this to of the whoa outlook Since the rush to market of the sur plus in July the daily receipts of wheat at the great market centers are running 50 per cent below those of year They will keep this ratio the year The threshing returns ed disappointing The rainy season the country caused an enormous growth of straw the grain light and imperfect Subsequent rainfalls injured the quality Ffty cent of the wheat will be second and The farm has wheat to sell would be very to take less than 85 cents per if he can hold it a few months now master of thesituation The reports are not usually in his in when made up for a purpose the State Board of Agricul hasof Illinoise reported that thestate would have to import considera haswheat to supply the deficiency at atAbout the same conditions Prevail in the states of Indiana Rich herigan Kansas and others of the winter to BOOMING A MOTHER Sure Avoid Danger Every true woman wants to be a A baby of her lifethe glory of womanhood happiness can never be known blessings a child brings through all must so full of pain anxiety and fear that many asacrificed because inabilityundergo the struggle of necessary to suffer innew jnto the world B Mothers Friend the suffer and can be avoided andhour jibbed of and praised by hove anxious to learn how to avoid theand suffering which be infor little book Before is Born will be sent free to an address to the BradRegulator Co Atlanta Georgia LIVERY SHE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KYi make special Attention SALE STABLE combined Horses always on AV B BORTON4ff V j TO TR A TCT TOS Mixed pasaea Lancaster irno jiii Northbnd Mixed 335 T x Northbnd Pasagr 262jiM Noutlib on 0 to 115 buys sv j is trig a The ical Fall ket Peak of two pIe of C Millie noon food Is Heir Powder a trial Or itchget thl with iii T Fish sure cure Greasy SQl distanced third poormules 151 Iii Pendleton A Use Powder best medicine Coldtry Otto R tablespoonful LEthe noA fourth wheat belt ofA Way to is the Yet the moth rs and not its dread thousandsed day f h sale f iLc U 4 u 1J38 xl I er D tQia Bfl ldaterP represented wing mule tin m are- A a say hout grades ly r dream t m r1os b for se liable d Branch 8oath bad Your rise r o to A x SURPLUS f20OOOOO j I Bookkeeper EMBBYtoT DIRECTORS Jaa Bpll W ft Coot JBO X itomM 5jCsV Denni Dario r 1 r inllba 3 8taa 1 D Cochran Alex B A C BobJ- Y L r w 4 r Mr and see of me to Taylor meeting i J Mr fever was Robertson church oclock of ily of ague guess pants Misses Bourne son and linson port last her son day for make his Duncan nied by ville yule Miss den are ing new lion a been Butt of Mrs Mrs her No More Snakes TRY Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GMRMNTEED CURE Dont Take a Worthless Substitute i cKoberts BUBBLE j James Gentry ik quite sick at We are glad to see Mrs Church Yea ger out again after a severe spell of The little infant son of Mr and Mrs Holtzclaw is very low Mrs Morgan Sutton of McCreary the guest of Mr S W Spoonamore Sunday Mr H J Luce returned home Saturday after a visit to rela fives in Nicholasville Mrs JohnMenefee returned home from a visit to her sister Mrs Holtzclaw Rev will preach at McKendree the4th Sunday evening at two Mrs Fred Kemper and Miss Kate West of Marksbury and Mrs of Lancaster was the Mrs fan Sunday Mr and Mrs Price Sut McCreary was the guests of mother Mrs Alexander Sunday Mr and Mrs McMiller entertainedquite a number of relatives Sunday Calver Eubanks returned home Saturday night from Wayne county where he has been at work Isis many friends were glad to see him Mrs J W Anderson to their mother Sunday very Premium For each 5 worth of goods bought the purchaser will be entitled plurality over for Governor The nearest will get a 5 pair of allwool M D HUGHES Agent BRYANTSyiLIE Bettie Tomlinson Mary and Mr Robert Harris ofLexington visited Mr H J Tomlin family last week H J Tom Conference at New week J Smith visii mother Mrs Margaret Robin Dr Pinquard left last Thurs Indian Territory where he will future home Misses Ruth and Emma Spruce accompa Marshall Davis of Nicholas Miss Mattie Powell Huston Clyde McGinnis Danville Grubbs attended JenningsThompson reception here week Mr and Mrs in this weekpurchas fall goods Miss Minnie El lovely little lady of Mayfield visiting her brother Dr El this place Miss Eliza Ison returned from a two weeks visit John A Davis of Danville Mary Wcolfolk has returned home in Lexington after a visit sister Mrs Eliza Ballard Rev Robinson the new pastor of Methodist church will fill the regular appointment here Sunday und Sunday night Charley Lewis an infant son of Maud Dunn colored died at the dente of Dr Armstrong with con sumption of the bowels Rudert agent of the Illinois Central railroad was held in 15000 for shoot lumberman named Hardiston trouble started through a pout argument Hardiston is not ex pected to live Bargains Come side of New Hotel see 900 of the latest designs in mar afc prices that will make them go Tailor made or ready made absolute all wool made in the most approv style M D HUGHES Agt Fought Over Politics Convicted of Stealing LEXISOTOX Ky Sept 13 Robert was convicted in the circuit court stealing three horses and was sen tenced to six years in the penitentiary years per horse Coal Tipple Destroys DAYTOX Ky Sept 10 The coal the Columbia of Louisville Ky an immense structure and many other small build ingswere wrecked by the storm Pri Cut lid Throat IjEXiJfGToy Ky Sept 13 John and West a colored couple Tincup alley quarreled Su day after John cut Millies throat and escaped The is in a precarious condition DIGEST YOUR FOOD o all sickness Is digested It polgoes into and yott are Use Carlstedts and watch the results You will feeleffects after one dose Give itand convinced Price 25c Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Curaa C Hfh Mxilciii liar Children T r alct y E E McEobertB j I h IS r S Hasel 12J B livingin for bel be 16 is 2d Gov will rel The Bell posed B place finest laa system 000 jg For t LEI 1 y Insist R E onesthis writing frontguests maketheir ill at Goebels I Dirs S toof aOe heat reswas I to North togPIX Ky Sept l ca carats any the be Jtust i 1 al o aJ wd L- M fliton YUCATAN AIDE ghes Sa1lieEubank and Went WI attended tlie city 11FIELD do Finances woman tying most disease its the fl e rasa t then she taking SOL Sheriff ot to Take don LONDON county Brown Bradley ties fear be by The ues ported creek is WAS ONLY A RUSE 7 r Bftorncd hea She Thought list Lover Had Takes Poi on She the Innocent Cause TAYLORSVILLB Ky Sept 12 There is the stuff n pocket were the words of Julian Wig ginton while his sweetheart motherand loving friends supposed him to be writhing in agony from the effects ofpoison taken in an attempt to destroy his life- i Young Wigginton lives at Fairfield and received a note from his sweetheart Miss Julia Watson informing him that she did not care for himany longer and for him to cease showing her attention He went to amedicine chest procured a bottle therefrom and went to the barn His mother followed him and found him as she thought in the agonies ofdeath A physician and Miss Watson were sent for Miss Watson thinking was the innocent cause of the boys poison immediately asked his andbeggedThen it was that Wigginton uttered that startled his mother and swectheart AND JAMES GRIFFIN tho Two Feudist From Lon to Clay County Kentucky Ky Sept 13 The Laurel sheriff McHargus and Judge went to Frankfort to ask Gov either to send troops or have the state for 50 to the two feudists Sol and James Griffin county they must be delivered They are here and the author that on the journey they ambushed by one faction or rescued another exodus from Clay county continNo more killings have been re to Tuesday night The killing of four men on Red Bird not confirmed INDEPENDENT DISTILLERS They Meet in Louisville to port ot committee on the Lim itation Talk Wall the LOUISVILLE Ky Sept 9 The finds pendent distillers of the state met Thursday the Gait house to hear the report of their committee on the limitation conference with the whisky trust and to formulate plans for the coming season Resolutions were adopted reciting the failure of the New York conference to effect an agreement to control or limit the pro duction of whisky recommending that no further action in this direc tion be taken and urging upon all the independent distillers conservative production in the interest of the trade Both Parties Claim the Rooster FBAXKFOHT Ky Sept 10 Friday was the first of the 60 days before the general ejection day provided certifying by political parties to the secretary of state their nominees emblem The Goebel demo crats were first to certify naming Goe as the nominee and claiming the Brown emblem within the next few days and it is un derstood the secretary will give it to them In this event the matter will taken into the courts at once A ed root Office Patrons HOPKIXSVILLE Ky Sept lowtown and Clipper two country post offices near here enjoy distinctions that but few communities enjoy Out a population of 50 at Willowtown of the citizens are over 80 years of the age of 111 Clippers population shoat 25 and out of this number 11 persons are over 75 years old Governor Was LEXIXGTOX Ky Sept 13 Tuesday Governors day in the camp of the Kentucky regiment stale guards Bradley spent the afternoon in camp the boys Tuesday night the queens salute was fired A dance followed Wednesday be broken and the companies will their homes A New Laud 4 ompauy Ky Sept 12 The Lau Fork Land Co has been incur company proposes to develop coal mines petroleum and natural gas in county The company is com of Michigan capitalists with its principal office at Pineville Ky The Konnoy Place Sold LEXIXOTOK Ky Sept 12 John E Madden acting presumably for James Haggin has bought the Kenney near Elmendorf for Itcontains 275 acres and is one of the farms in the blue grass An Unexpected Fortune DANVILLE Ky Sept 10 7m Fair an estate va ued at 8200 carisredrs 1 German liver Powder CURES TEe wedge for nearly all the systemic heir to PRICE 25 CENTS by JR E McRoberts my vest take bylaw capital S Due Due One Due Due I S and of Loans U S Stocks Jther Dtfe Due Checks Note Of and nrer Capital taxes National Due to Due to I bank do meat Is belief COBHKCT f jr Lowe I I I the words Lsneel County Ask for Troop pay deputies to Clay where in jail portedup red I U ar recent 13Wil One woman recently died there andreviewed CORRE porated S5000Q paid up S19000 r onethirdof The papts are all fixed TOT i t1 1ir Jt1 Hf Due I a rorw took i their Tr at andy TItheis The fret ttith Liberty t Sale and e the Re now e eat camp t v t JeadUt Wilt Bti Tried LOHDOX Ky Sept 9 John Jfarcum charged with murdering James Roberts from ambush while the latterwas sitting his porch at his home atBig Creek near the Clay line afew days ago was taken to Hyden Leslie county for a preliminary trialHe was accompanied by a large num her of the White faction Crushed by the Car LEXINGTON Ky Sept 10 William Marrs struck by an engine in the Cin cinnati Southern yards early Friday morning had his left leg and hand amputated He will probably die He is a son of the late John Marrs stew ard of the Eastern Kentucky lunaticasylum I xn ton Aldermen Deadlocked LEXINGTON Ky Sept 9 The dead lock of the Lexington board of alder men continues The business of thecity has been up now more thanone month and none of the city em ployes have been paid for their serv ices There are two warring in the body Ills Death Mtaterlou WIEIIAMSTOWX Ky Sept 13 body of Miah arrived from the west for burial Sunday His deathis shrouded in mystery two reports being current one that he was shot a train the other that he was killed ina wreck 90 miles from Kansas City His family will investigate NOTICE Estrayed or stolen on August 24th from JH in Garrard county Ky One largeblack 9 or 10 1C handsforetop cut off light mane and tall Also onecolored horse 8 yenta old foretopcut off near fellsaddle horse foreword for thief in Lancaster Richmond or Mt Vernon 10 for hor15 for thief also 50 rewardKy If 5 for horses delivered herecr at Gum Sulphur to E W Baker Notice of Election Notice is hereby given Tues November seventh eighteen hundyed and ninetynine from seven oclock a m to four oclock p m continuously an erection will be held city to determine whether said city shall incur an indebtedness of thousand dollars for the purpose furnishing said city with water fire hydrants for seven years indebtness to be paid in seven annual installments The amount therefore necessary to be raised an nually by taxation is two thousand R KINNAIRD Mayor jof city of Lancaster Ky Att W HWHKBKITT Clk REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT 7 1899 RESOURCES Loans discounts 190221 12 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 655 78 to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks etc 00 furniture and fixtures 11000 00 real estate and mortgages owned 7J97633from rational Bunks not Reserve Agents 3432 57from State Banks and bankers 222 48from approved reserve agents 76407 1C Checks other cash 110 05 Notes of other National Banks 2735 00 Fractional curreiicyuickelscts 126 14 Revenue Stamps 73 50 Specie 12 7 00 Legaltender notes 00Redemption Fund with U 8 Treas urer 5jf of circulation 2250 00 Total 362963 18 LIABILITIES Capital paid in Surpiusfnud 20000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 4699 04 National Bank notes outstanding 44920 00 to other Banks 484M 28 to State Banks and Bankers 1736 05 Individual deposits subject to check 186520 51 Certified checks Total 302963 18 STATEOP KENTUCKY COUNT v OF GARRARD ss C DENNY Cashier of the abovenamed batik do solemnly swear that the above belief S C CashierSubscribed and sworn to before me this 13 Sept 1899 R KINNAIRD PUblicCommission expires January 16th 1900 Attest ALEX R DENNY iJNO E STORM ES 5 DirectorsALEX C RORINSON l REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT BUSINESS SEPT 7 1899 RESOURCES A discounts 10190023 Overdrafts secured and U80 86 Bonds to secure circulationPremiums on U S Bonds securities etc furniture and fixtures real estate and mortgages serve iifrom State Banks Bankers from approved reserve agents 41030 15 cash i 48177 other national bunks JUJIIMFractional paper currency nlckles cents 2 28 I1W780 Legaltender 24J40 00 Redemption lund with U 8 percent of circulation 1125 oo TOTAL v 2l3 a85s LIABILITIES stock paid In 50000 ift v 100000 111241 Bank notes outstanding 22 00 other 3 State Banks and Bankers 150 38 Individual deposits subject to check J251Q8 38 Liabilities above stated Tax Fund 100 00 BTHddsdn Cashier of the above namedsolemnly swear that the besrof my knowledge and Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13 Sept1899 S CDENNY Notary Public Attest Wi s A R HUE CLOSE I on county lark J 15 wIllof thaton Kentucky oft IIIii dollars n 3100 0 0 0m N1800 00 14447 11 Stock 00 238 30 statement is to my knowledge OF OF unse ured 25000 00 2000 1500 8500 00 Irons Banks end 9157 00 1398750 41 SUTBotKNTUC 8S JrM J Director C ood I I ties Ix f Banking V 100000 best of TnB and 1250 National not 6e 330 notes Uudlvlded profits lees expenses and 512 oP GABBABD e LawteYLavatc pt t o 00 Sao 7 55156 ere r HOME CURE FOR BLOOD POISON nf fha There ia not the slightest doubt that thedoctors do more than good in treatingContagious Blood Poison of disease would be much betterrdlGnWUlK lOU Until remedies which the doctors ever give for21 wood poison The doctors are wholly unable to get rid ofthis vile and only to heal the outward appearance of thedisease the sores eruptions This they do by driving poison into thesystem and endeavor to it shut in with constant of potashmercury The mouth and throat and other delicate then outinto sores and the fight ia continued indefinitely the drugs doing the systemmore damage than disease itself Mr 100 Mulberry St Newark N J I had spent ahundred dollars with when I realized thatthey could do me no Rood I had large spots all over my duces I decided to try S S S as a last resort and was began to grow paler and smaller and before long entirely was soon cured perfectly my i skin has as clear as ever curedself at home after the doctors had failed completelyIt is valuable time thrown to expect cure Contagious Blood Poison for the disease is beskill Swifts Specific C S S FOR THE BLOODacts in an entirely different way from potash and force theout of system and gets rid of it it cures thedisease while remedies only shut the poison in where it lurks foreverconstantly undermining the constitution Our system of private home treatment u cure within the reach of all We give all medical advice free of and save the patient the embarrassment of publicityfull information to Swift Specific Co Ga r f j Beware Doctors Can themselvesCure Yourself poison fionaDirectionsThechest onto mercuryit plac t 1 f ed er r Dixon es lorite for Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at G S GAINES othersAllBOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE rr W 111i New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED CENTSJAMES LOUIS MO STORIES DRUG cm los KINNAIRD INSURANCE RepKBtii Follot in Companies Aetna National Hartford Dtleware Milwaukee Conneticnt ContinentalGlens German American Phenix of Brooklyn New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Mil LIFE INSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANY EQtirWBlfLIFEiNSflRANCECOV v Ofiee ovei feet Oflce QueenPalatine I I Lifo Ins Co f Harlfor Cu SQRIlVGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE i Hallilt I XurVcuJ II f Robin 1 I son l lgts LaxQASTI i 4r PILE ui CURE Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary MoUo anti Ball Bearings For sale by E ArnDld JxoTHAYS JIHXILTOlf JoE HatiItllRI UlI 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