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' Entered at Uie Pott Office in lancatler, Ky., oi Seeojui Matter. - ' iWUJfBJSR "3 LOUIS LANDRAM, Published : LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER i 14, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR r g Barrel salt i " THE HASILDM (Patented Feb. FILTER. Doves are scarce and wild. LANCASTER GETS THE ROAD. fcANCASTER at Gaines hel barrel salt JL50 AND VICINITy. Joseph's fall goods are arr)v4mj. Now'sagood tims to lay in you coal. 28, 1899.) Put in a telephone and save many long walk. The stockholders cleared on the Danvilie fair terian pulpit Sunday. Work on the new buildings has been pushed rapidly this week. We want still more produce. The very top price and tickets besides, GO Shcb Is the IaformatloB Given Oat Alter a Meeting of Oficlals Held la Louisville. OUR MOTTO III NUT-SHEL- - For sale, 7 H. B. Northco The scarcity of water is more serious than it has been this year. per cent later thornahly IhEvI The L. & N, is making extensive repairs on the track north of town. .Pot hunters say the partridges will be large. crop of Rev. Jas. Lapsley filled the Presby HIB IN EVERY DETAIL. Separates trash from the water before the water is filtered. Water filters upward through seire. pre renting tiash from being mixed with filtering material. Bird nests, leaves, trash etc.. cannot possibly enter filtering material, as it Is caught in the bottom of filter before water Is niterea. Wnen screw cap is removed, it allows filter to dry out thoroughly. There is no chance for bugs or any kind of insects to accumulate as it does lu other filters from damnuess. J. R. SASF.TiD.ttJN, Lancaster, Ky state. Top price for eggs at Blue Grass R. L. Jennings & Co. at Paint Lick, store Lancaster, if brought at once. will pay lOJc per dozen for eggs in Dr. J. L. McKee asks The Record trade. to say that he or someone else will fill House' For Rent. the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Will rent my dwelling, on Lexing Sunday. ton street, and give possession Jany. We have to make room forfall, goods Mus. Susan Fi6Heu. 1st. and will sell a g'reat many goods at cost, and some at less than cost. R, tost. Paint Lick Ky Hose glasses, gold trimmings, Wed L. Jennings nesday afternoon on or near Public New Barber. Square. Leave at this office and get Joe Hiklass, the new barber. Shop reward. K. "E. corner Public Square. All work Building Lots. done in the latest style. Give me a If you want to buy a nice Building trial. tf Lot I can sell you onVfrom 1 to 4 acres New Butcher Shop, good meat and cheap. T. Currey. low prices, stand at old post office on 1,000 Dozen eggs wanted at once at Danville street. I will also pay higl: The Blue Grass Store, Lancaster. est market price in cash for all kinds R. E. Thompson. 4t and you will also of produce. Will eive get tickets on the present sale. See Photograph Ca 1 :ry. our ad. Miss Saery, the Stanford photograpl The Lincoln democrats nominated er, will be in the Thompson block, Hon. "Pete" McRoberts for repren Lancaster, next week prepared to tative. If the entire legislature is make anything you wish in the pic made up of as clean men as Pete Mc- ture line. Call and see work and get to- - the prices. d Roberts, "two"uld be a It. top-prigod-sen- L. Blue Grass Ghocery Co. Garrard county voters must be saw ing a powerful chance of wood, as they are saying nothing whatever. More Goods FOE Than any House Same Goods FOE ( IN Beazley & Baugliman, Funeral Directors. A Specialty. Accident. While hunting doves Monday after noon Brannon Beazley'sgun 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. Taxes Dae. Town taxes are now due, and prop erty 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. E. M. "Walker, Collector. - j Parsoaage Sold. Rev. Henry Faulconer has purchas- Price $1,800. This is a desirable and excellent piece of property. Rev. Faulco-ner'- s father and mother will move from Danville and live here with Rev. F. and wife in this property. A Successful Meeting. Arterial and Cavity Embalming the Christian church parsonage. In Eld. Gowen's two weeks' meet ing at Antioch there were 19 additions to the church and the members were greatly revived in their religious du ties. Quite a number of those joining The demand for dwelling houses is A telegram was received last night very great. If some one will erect from Louisville saying it had been giv more houses, they will find it a very en out authoritatively that the South profitable investment. ern Railway's extension would certain Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan ly be made through Lancaster. As ville Steam laundry. Work shipped Chief Engineer Wells, and other high and received daily. Shirt waists specialty. Office at T. Curreys grocery officials of the road, have been in Louis ville for several days, an announce store. tf. mentofthe decision was looked for Eld. Chas. E. Powell is engaged in holding a protracted meeting at Brad by those who have been working to fordsville. His pulpit will be filled by get the line. Mr. Wells is expected J. Q. Montgomery, of that citv, next in Lancaster today or tonight, togeth Sunday morning and evening. er with Assistant Engineer Respess and other officials of the road. If Seed Wheat. I haVe between 500 and GOO bushels Garrard citizens ever had cause to of good seed wheat for sale, of the Ev throw up their hats and rejoice, that erett's High Grade variety. time is right now. Let's all stand and Jno. W. Miller, lm e sing the doxology! Having sold my business, I desire to Mr. C. D. Thompson, of Harrods close my old bobksr Come and settle burg, will also be here this afternoon want to sell all to meet the officials. He is the main either by cash my bad papenrto somesine else. G. S. gentleman who hustled for the road Gaines. through Mercer, and assisted greatly The Stanford Journal says it is rum in the project. He is a typical gentle ored that the famous old Crab Orch ard Springs property has been sold and man and business man, and our peo Col. Hughes, of the Gilcher Hotel ple owe him a vote of thanks for the Danville will take charge. interest he has taken in this matter. long-metr- Same Money WtraiKeotneky Hess Money Whatever progress we may have made in the Science of Merchandising, we must always go hack to first principles. The alphahet of Merchandising is to get your prices right. Already you accept our statements as Strictly true. You show your appreciation of our prompt and careful Service. "You have learned that only goods of a standard quality are the kinds we handle. But after that, what interests you first, last and all the time is P RICES And on this score you can rely on us quoting THE VERY LOWEST PRICES Of Any House in Central Ken- - I Graded School Tax The 1899 tax Is past due. Please call House for rent. W. J. Roma: were baptized in Dix river. Eld. Full Line of . . . Gowen is now engaged in a meeting and settle and save being asked for it. Joseph's hamdsdme new goods are The penalty will certainly be added to arriving every da; near Louisville. Furniture and Carpets. all unpaid taxes. V- Called to Kieamond. We are now in the city selecting our E. W. Harris; Collector. tf. September 1st and Yrfter eggs cash, Rev. Henry" N. Faulconer has re great Fall stock. It will arrive short He. H. B. NorthcotftA ceived a call from the Presbyterian ly and we must have room. We are Low Rates To Detroit. orchurch in Richmond. The church, is almost giving awaygoods now in Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at large one and its members among der to eet tham out orvwie way. This September 12th to 24th. Tickets at $1.00 cash. m25tf R. L. Elkin. the best people in that excellent city. clearance sale has been, the biggest low rates 16th and 17th via the Queen He has not yet given an answer, but one ever held in Lancaster. Look out & Crescent to Cincinnati. Ask agents A line of Worsted dress goods worth will probably accept. In case he does, for our Fall announoemen for full particulars. 12i, 25, 35, 0, and 75c, all Ut lOcgo Joseph. J: he will continue to reside here. per. yd. R. L. Jennings & Co. Corn For Sale. want to sell 50 acres ofcorn in the Trade at our store and get I first class field, to be fed down. The corn is in goods and a nice present besides. R. L, pieces, one piece 35 acres and the Jennings & Co. Paint Lick Ky. other about 18. Apply to Jas. H. ,C. Clark on my place or to me. Sept. 6 Dr. Goldstein, the celebrated opti 1899. Wm. H. Kinnaird cian has decided to resume his regular visits to Lancaster and will return Cliurcli Dedication. Oct. 10. See card in this issue. The Friendship Baptist church, in 5 Madison county, will be dedicated the Buy International Poultry Food, it third Sunday in this month (17th). J. will make hens lay, and brinur 'our Wills, of Harrodsburg, will preach eggs to T. Currerand get the highest the sermon. There will be all day market pricem cash or produce. services, with dinneron the ground 19 We want about 60,000 dozen Eggs, T. II. Campbell, Jr. besides Butter, Chickens and etc., and Lancaster relatives have received can offer top of market. Blub Grass news of thebirth of a bouncing boy to Grocery Co. Lancaster, Ky. the wife of Kev. T. H. Campbell, at M Kockville. Md. If tfhe father is as Miss Klaaalrd Better. happy as the young man's grandfather, Miss Grace Kinnaird, whose serious Col. Jno. K. The seems Season is again upon us. a few days since we were M stepping high. West,, he is certainly' illness has caused much alarm to the entire community, is some better this advertising our Spring and Summer goods and now is time to WINmorning. To Masons. TER "WEAR and HEAVY CLOTHING. Ee Patient. If you want a condensed, reliable to say Before the and Rush of Business Commences we authority on Masonic matters, send When you ring up the telephone of for favors of (0; 50cts to H. B. Grant, grand secretary, fice, dont show your pants by getting a word to our friends and we take method of doing so. at Louisville, and get a copy of his mad if the operator doesn't answer at our patrons one and all. Never has a store tried the past, we wish to "Trestleboard." Its the once. He hears you but is making customers and we realize our efforts have been appreharder to please best book we have seen, and its con- other connections. Have a little pa ciated. No pains haye been spared and Nothing has "been left undone to give venient form is somthing that will tience by waiting a few seconds, and our patrons the best please you. you will get what you want. tucky. L Is J.5.HA5ELSEN ' Attorney at Law Lancaster. GOODS IF all hurry its a; h but I m Announcement. oooooooooooooooo It it Fall this talk thank First want that H H m m Fall m w m vest-pock- et Cloihing, Shoes I7: This lm For All. & Sympson's s, nishing Goods, Every customer of this store knows full well. "We believe we have" earned your confidence by Deserving it, and we trust that our store shall ever have an abid ing place in your mind when thinking of CLOTHING, SHOES AND FURNffiisG GOODS. rl m ter, Now at the opening of the Fall Season w extend to every citizen of Lancas Garrard and Surrounding coun'des an invitation to call, and if pleased with. M uum guuus, uiu jjixuob utu uuBixiBss intjLnoy.8, lo i&tot us wiui mm patronage. m m Our guarantee is nothing leas than PEREFCT SATISFACTION OR VIA MONEY REFUNDED. Mr Let us occupy the First place in your thoughts when thinking of buying your FALL AND WINTER OUTFIT. LOGAN ROBINSON. fresh wheatlet grape-nutcondensed Opens with 300 Scholars and Excel Prospects. milk, and lots of other good things too numerous to mention. We have Graded School opened Monday The no limit in buying country Hams, morning with the largest attendance Lard, Eggs, Meal etc Take all you can its history, the number almost bring us at highest prices. Fuller & reaching 300. Prof. Patterson had Sympson. been making preparations for several weeks and the buildings and grounds W1U Net be Kalaed. A rumor has been going the rounds were 'in perfect shape to receive the that the rent for telephones will be army or youngsters. The corps of raised. This is a mistake and with- teachers is same as last yean Prof. out foundation. Mr. Bastin tells The Patterson, Mrs. Belle.Burnside, Misses Record the service will be greatly Im Margaret Murphy, Jaynie Shumate, proved, but the rent will remain at Annie Royston,Knapp West and Prof, only $1 per month. This is the cheap- Postle. The school never started unest rent in Central Kentucky, and the der more flattering prospects. Most of the pupils attended last year, and, service is the best. being familiar with the rales and reg BbsIhcm Outage trouble will be had ulations, Horace E. Herndon has purchased in getting down to. work. Many more the half interest of Ed" C. Gaineg in pupils are expected to enter next: Mon the big grocery store of Faulconer & day. The thorough system with Gaines, the change taking effect last which this great body of children is Tuesday. The new firm will move In controlled, Is remarkable. Prof. Patto the room, now occupied bylhe terson's, long experience, w firm but Logan Dry Goods Co., as" Soon as the kind manner and his good, judgement latter firm gets into Its quarters in the thoroughly qualify him for the position new' Owsley Block; Messrs Faulconer he holds, and the trustees displayed s .Herndon will open a sound I judgement Jn retaining Sin. restaurant in connection with their If some of those people who ha ve been big stock of groceries, and ihe throwing cold water on this school be'kept. right in will nake it a visit, and see its great every way. Both gentlemen are sober, good and workings, they will certalaly. steadyjuMl reljable, certain ' to c&ange their AInds m tolta Tgie' to . succeed.' . the community. w very-littlfirst-clasestab-Itahme- nt Just received at Fuller GRADED SCHOOL ad Storeroom For Rear. Mrs. Florence Voiers, of Eminence, "Will rent room I now occupy and the guest of her sister, Mrs. w. L give possession at once. Stock of goods Clark. now low and will be sold as a whole at "Wanted, Turkeys Geese, Ducks and a great bargain. J. "W. Sweexey. Chickens will pajfvhighest market Handsome Edition. Hi IJwNorthcott. price. The Interior Journal, always in the lead, for progress, fairly out-di- d Public Sale of Farm. its self 150 acres, stock etc September 19, Friday by sending out one of the best at 10 o'clock a. m., on the premises be trade editions we eversaw. The mattween Lancaster and Stanford, near ter was well prepared, and the makeDix River bridge. Two houses. Farm up and press work magnificent. Being equipped with the latest and best can be divided. Terms easy. type and presses, having years of ex J. C. McCiiARY, Exr. Stanford, Ky. perience and one of the best forces in Col. "Walton can give Kentucky, Don't Bead This! most offices cards and spades and come After August 1st we will have for out winner by big odds. The Recsale the best coal in any quanity at ord congratulates the Journal from the lowest price. It will pay you to "W. P." to devil. see us before buying. Office and yard The half-ton-e illustrations were opposite the Granary. "W. B. Moss & made by Mr. E. H. Fox, the Danville &Co. tf. photographer, who also took the pic tures from which they were made. TUi 1 the College to Attend. Write immediately to W. E. Smith Mr. Fox's excellent work has won a Lexington, Ky. for particulars of the wide reputation for him, and he is given work bv all the central Kentucfamous Commercial College of Ken tucky University. Graduates in de ky papers in preference to work done mand and secure good positions. Cost in the city Oatragous Coadact. moderate. Address only W. E. Smith, Lexington, Ky. TnE Record has perhaps bored its readers by publishing so much about The Mill Shut Dewa. the devilment kicked up in town al The Lancaster Mills,, and Leavell's most every night. Many depredations mills have been compelled to close have been committed, but the climax down on account of having no water. was capped Saturday night when ev The electric light plant .has barely ery electric light on Richmond street enough to run with, and they have to (two big arcs and three'incandescents) 'pinch" the supply to keep the en were smashed to pieces, the wires bro gines going. We understand the only ken and left across thestreet. Fortuplace they can get water is by hauling nately the mischief was done just befrom Dix river. Now, you folks who fore the plant shut down at midnight, are against water-workwhat do you or some one would have been killed or think of this, state of case? Suppose seriously injured by the live wires left fire should break out in your property on the ground in several places. The wouldn't you think of the measly In owners of the plant set about to ascer crease of tax which will be caused by tain the guilty parties, and have war putting in a piano that will furnish rants for three young men, vijao are our towji an abundance of pure, whole- under bond for trial tomorrow. They some water? "Well, we reckon "yes." stoutly deny their guiltand claim they can clearly establish their Innocence. A WsBderfal SaeeeM. Through .the high regard The Rec Messrs. Fish & Adams, of Paint ord has for relatives of the boys, we Lick, are meeting with wondeful suc decline to print their names, and sincess with their medicine for the cur cerely hope they will establish their ing fistula, sweeney, swellings and innocence beyond all question. other thoubles with horses. They in The punishment for destroying or vented and manufacture the remedy interfering with telephone, telegraph at Paint. Lick, and the demand has in or electric light lines is confinement creased, until they are kept busy con in the penitentiary for not less than tinually making IL It has made some two nor more than ten years. wonderful cures and they have many On the Sunday night following, testimonials to that offect from the some hi Isec rants cut the wire out of best people in central Kentucky. It the screen doors at McRoberts drug tesoW on a positive guarantee and store and also at Batson's, piled goods they cheerfully refMd the money In boxes across Lexington street and aay case where doe not do exactly moved several signs. The people are what they claim for it. If yoa have worked up to a Sgating point, aad stock withwralrilMMgitry this re-tif aay ones guilt Is clearly established, aMTyo will save Um aniasal at a he will be aade to dance to pretty lively nutfc. Twy Uttfe&ifc s, it i vs. CENTRAL RECORD fl!( Blsr, Show at ffltlddlesboro. A. M. Kinnalrd is at the head of the Hemp cutting is moit completed. Mr. C A Robinson, has boen suffer big Fair and Midway to b3 held at Born, to the wife of 6. J3IcKInney, XT XTKXT girl. on the 5th inst.; a The Ducks are gelling at 15s a piece in ing for several days with sciatic rheu Middlesboro Oct. 5, 6 and 7. scheme will be one of the biggest things matism. X.OUIH KlSBJUx. Publisher. A nice line of Candie3, Cigars, and this vicinity.. 0 Miss Pattie Boner, of Walnut Hill, on wheels, and will bring thousands of Tobacco at R. L. Jennings & Co. s Stock and drinking-wate- r arescsarc- LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. people to tho Miglc City. Mr. d in this community than it has Fayette county, is visiting the family Don't forget to. call for tickets on is quite a hustler and always Messrs M G Aid ridge, of J C Boner 2en for many years, v OHB YZAX, IX ADYAXCI $1.80 Silverware at R. L. Jennings & Co. ( takes a leading part in pushing enter Jbo TCSX8 Biz Mouths. While raisin? a crib at Mr. J M A D Hughs?, J H Park and William prises. He's the kind of a citizen to Departed this life on th3 3rd inst., I Tkkxx " Marsee, spent Sunday 'in Cincinnati. Mike, the infant son of Mr and Mrs Vanderpool's Saturday morning, a log Mistes Sallie and Lesllerring.and have in a town. fell and cut a plasa about three inch Gabe Salter. Don't Be Imposed Upon. Sing in tba mew es in Willie Vanderpool's head. The Pearl Aid ridge and T Pollard, will at"Kfcwosttbeoli THURSDAY,Scptemberl4 1899 Mr. R N Beazley, our tobacco man tend the Lancaster Graded School the Slog oat the falsa kingim the trux" Always insist on getting Foley's has about completed his new residence Doctor was summoned immediately following term Miss Hendrickson, Honey and Tar, as it is positively, ab but think th3 wound not serious. We bring to you the new and true froa tha on Richmond street. of Lexington, is the guest of her solutely and unequalifiedly the best ptaey forests of Norway Governor Bradley would send W. D Scott and wife spent Sunday If Ssvsral people of this place took ad brother, Joe Hendrickson .... John cough medicine. Accept no substi troops to the mountains and quell vantage ofthech-jaexcursion rate with Mr and Mrs Henry Sadler West, of Djckard, Tenn., returned tute. C. & J. E. Stormes. some of the "special" correspondents, to Cincinnati, Sunday. W B Montgomery spant last weekin home Monday, after a pleasant and he will do a good turn toward protect Louisville Misses Nina MontgomeKentucky Crop Conditions. protracted visit to old friends and Mrs Lucy Boney and daughter, Mrs Pine-Tar-Hon- ey ing the good name of the state. These Hamilton, of Richmond, are ry and Edna Scott attended preach Relatives in this community MF roosters get paid so much a column , Charlie ing at Buckeye, Sunday Mrs. Geo. Rout visited relatives in Lincoln and visiting Mr and Mrs I C Rueker, The government crop bulletin for and the bigger the lie, the bigger the Bruce is visiting her daughter, Mrs. attended the Stanford court. Kentucky, issued under date of SepNature's most natural remedy, Improved by Paint Lick and Richmond base ball Gammons, near Burgin price. Almost every report has, when Jesse Dunscience to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive-Curtember 4th, says: Rich, sir" oed down, bean proven greatly ex- teams- - played here Saturday for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces can spent Saturday and Sunday with STONE. . "Generally speaking, the week was aggerated, or wholly without founda- mbnd won by a score of seven to ten. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Mrs. Wm. Crawford relatives here warm and dry. Some localities were is away bah Ind Lungs are exhilaEly's carriage shop The sore, weary tion. When two men fall out and and children, of High Bridge, are vis. Whooping cough is raging in this favored with showers on the 31st, but mucus is cut out ; tha rated ; the orders for new buggies and buck- - iting Mrs Sallie Crawford.. ..Miss fight, it is given out that the entire vicinity. the State as a whole is experiencing a tickling is removed, and the inflamed cause of that population has taken sides on the boards. Give them an order when Belle Allen entertained a, numbor of membranes are healed and soothed so that then C M Moberley sold fo Chas. Burdett decided drouth. This is most severe in matter. The "special" writer does they catch up. her friends last Monday evening Is no inclination to cough. the eastern and central portions, where two calves at $17 each. vastly more harm than good and nine A protracted meeting commenced Mr. and Mrs E D Lawson were in water for stock is becoming scarce in SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS out of every ten should be squelched. at Old Paint Lick church last weeK, Richmond visiting last week.... Miss T L Saunders sold to Erasmus Al some places; in the western portion Bttla Only. 26c, 60e. and $1.00 StzM conducted bv Rev. McKee, of Dan- - McGinnis and MissGrubbs, of Lex- - len a nice horse for $45. more favorable conditions prevail. BE SURE YOU GET One of the cleanest and most genJ ille. ngton, are the guests of Miss Nell'e T Grow and A D Ford bought a Corn is doing faily well and is ma any. remedy equal to Dr. bell's PtM-Tir-l100-l- b tlemanly orators on the political Honey. It gives qu!efc and permanent relief shoat last week for $10. Br. Miss Estelle"Poyntz, of Richmond is Bourne. turing rapidly. Early fields are being grip aa well as coughs and colds. Itmakea stump in Kentucky is the Hon. Geo. visiting the Misses McCormack. ra. Miss Maggie Naylor bought of Geo cut in some places and with warm, dry X. A. Hetcalfx, The crreat success-o- f Chamberlain's weak Iuwm fadocxb.Xj. G. Gilbert, of Shelby county. He Mr. R. L. Jennings and wife went to Colic W Grimes, a small tract of land on weather the late corn will soon be safe , Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy slings no mud and indulges in no per- Cincinnati Monday on a wedding tour, in th2 treatment of bowel complaints Sugar Creek, for $290. from frost. It is maturing and ripensonalities whatever. By plainly set- They will be given a grand reception has made standard oyer the greater it .riospects are that we will nave a ing too early for the best results. ting forth the claims of his party, he at their hotlie Friday night when part of the civilized world. For sale couple of weddings in this neighbor Tobacco has ripened somewhat pre has won the respect of both parties, they return J. B Franks, of Burks by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, lm. hood before this goes in print. maturely and is now being cut and la Constant Dancer. many republicans flock to hear ville. is visiting at the home of his and She It must have taken a great deal Rev Lowry, of Winchester, filled housed. There is complaint from some him at every appointment. Mr, wife's father, Dr. B Ramsey BUCKEYE. Rev Neal's appointment at Scott's localities that the lower leaves are of persistence on your part to learn to James Buster, the polite and atten well. An exchange says that not long tive clerk of Moore & Estridge, has Charles Barker, formerly of your Fork, Saturday night, Sunday and "firing" badly," and some is being cut play the violin so had to go constantly He It did. I on this account. since a minister at Minerva, Mason gone to Red House, on a week's vaca city, but now of Buckeye, bought a afternoon. armed for five years. Rival. Messrs Wm. Whitaker and O J Har count', was bubbling over with en- tion Irish potatoes are generally reported Mr David Ivey is now smiling horse of Wm..Whitaker, at $100., The Spiteful Tblnjr. thusiasm, said at the beginning of a behind the counter of R L Jenning's din made a Hying trip to Lexington to be a light crop. Apples are still Rev. J. C. Massee, of your city, very Ituby Maria Oldgirl said she had the service: "Give us all clean hearts: & Co Your scribe spent several ably filled the pulpit here Sunday, in last week. Mr Hardin went to pur- dropping badly and promise only a stage fright last night. give us all sweet hearts," to which ev- days with Jim Guinn, last week, and gun, he says the Span very light crop of inferior quality. a Pearl You mean she was the stage the absence of the pastor. His servi- chase had fine ery old maid present shouted a vocif had a pleasant time. better look out. Except in the western portion, pas fright. Chicago Daily News. ces have been secured for the protract iards erous "amen." tures are in very poor condition, being Adie, the little infant of Mr and As usuallv treated aorain will dis ed meeting which begins here in Oc Had Talked Too Much. Mrs II C Fowle, died of croup last badly burned out by the hot, dry the Sportleigh Your wife seems hoarse Five hundred dollars is the sum ible the injured pecsorr uJk three or tober, andgood people are anticipating Friday morning. The remains were weather. a feast of sermons. paid for the use of a window in New four weeks, but if Oliambcrliun's Pain There is a very general complaint of Clubleigh Yes; I got home late last The teachers' association which interred in Gunn's Chapel cemetery. York by parties to see the Dewey pa- Balm is freely applied a complete cure Miss Mary Leavell attended the damage by aimy worms. Pastures and night. Town Topics. mav be effected inV veryfew days met here Sunday was well attended, rade. Dewey is certainly a great man, Sat meadows have been injured by them Might Do Worse. but if we had five hundred dollars we Pain Balm also cures rheumatism and everything passed off nicely. The teachers' association Mesdames Lucy and Mary and corn leaves badly eaten in some Eva You don't think he'd marry me would feel as big as Dewey and expect cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by weather was delightfully cool, and urday for my money, do you? "Fred stole several kisses last night." R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm there was sufficient rain the night be Ellen Preston and C M Mitchell, are sections. him to hire a window and look at us. Ida Oh, I don't know; he might do "You don't mind falling among Plowing for winter wheat has been Miss Blanche fore to lay the dust. There was an on the sick list worse. Town Topics. thieves, do you?" St. Louis ItenuhHe. abundance of dinner on the ground, Mitchell has returned from a three stopped in most localities by the dry Down near Owensboro a man at CARTERSYILLE. and everybody seemed to be revived. weeks' visit with relatives at Bryants- - weather. Rain is badly needed in near tempted to commit suicide because he ly all. portions of the State. The talks and recitations by the tea- ville and Hanley, Jessamine county. had done a number of mean things. If W L Allen has his hew cottage al chers and pupils froin the different Mesdames Lucinda and Paulina Mc exeryone who has been guilty of mean most ready to occupy. Xo Right to Ugliness. schools were greatly enjoyed, and all Querry and daughters, Misses Bessie tricks were to follow the Owensboro The woman who is lovely in face, Wm. Koehler is suffering very much left with the feeling old world would it was good and Gertie, have returned from a form and temper will always have that man's example this to be there, and wishing they would week's visit at the former's sister, in not have enough men left to play a with rheumatism at this writing. Owen county Mrs Nat Naylor,Miss friends, but one who would be attractBro. Wallen was unable to fill his come again. game of seven up. Maggie Naylor, were the guests of ive must keep her health. If she is regular appointment here last Sunday The healing properties of Banner Mrs T L Saunders. Sundav Miss weak, sickly and all run down, she The Dewey celebration at New at Leavel Green. Salve are truly marvelous. It is a Mattie G Saunders has returnea from will be nervous and irritable. If she York will be the grandest ever given The Baptists have been holding thorough antiseptic and heals all a two week's visit with has constipation or kidney trouble, her in this country, and it now looks like meeting at Cartersville for two weeks wounds, Cuts and Burns without leav- Winchester and Calibeate relatives at impure blood Springs, in will cause pimplest the thing will be greatly overdone. which closed Sunday. Jessamine Messrs L D Mitchell, L blotches, skin eruptions and a wretchi ing a scar. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Li ana saunaers and N T Grow. ed complexion. js diseased liver declares itself by Electric Bitters is the Misses Bettie Henry, Pearl and Sal attended a birth day party at Hanley, Blsniarch's Iron Nerve. moroseness, mental depression, "lack of lie Ross, of your town, were in our Thursday night Messrs John Lane best medicine in the world to regulate Was theresultof hissplendid health energy, restlessness, melancholy and midst Sunday Ebb Dickerson and ind John Hicks, made a trio to Lock. stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu Miss Nora Ray, of fy the blood. Indomitab will and tremendous ener- constipation. HERBINE will restore wife, visited F K Sutton and family, No. 8, Sunday It gives strong nerves,- Buckeye, visited our sohool at Scott's gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, the liver to a healthy condition. Price of Marksbury, Sunday Miss Corde Fork, last Friday Miss Rebecca bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. 50c C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lia Ray left Monday, to visit relatives Sparks has returned from a six weeks' complexion. It' will make a good look n ing, charming woman of a If you want these qualities and the One of the most pleasant affairs of in Lancaster and Stanford Misses visit with relatives in Estill county. success they bring, use Dr. King's New the season occurred Wednesday after Lelia and Myrtle Hendren were with nvalid. Only 50 cents at R. E. McGoing Down Hill, Life Pills. They develop every power noon at 4 unlock, when Clarance Miss Ilattie Jones, Saturday and Sun Roberts' Drug Store. lm if brain and body. Only 25c at R. E, Green, son of' Henderson Green, led to day Mr and Mrs Forest Curtis and Poople Scott Hudson gave his mare, Louise McRoberts Druggist. lm the hymenial altar, Miss Jessie Allen baby, Carl Ray, of Kirksville; visited Suffering Mac, a record of 2:09$ at New York daughter of W. L Allen, both of this their parents, Sunday Paul Broth from KidFriday. Last week he won five second ney Diseases Ik till Lawful ? place. The bride presented a lovely er, of Fayette, has been visiting Mr. monies, aggregating about $3,000. Scott feel a gradual The largest catch of fish ever made appearance in a suit of spotless white and Mrs Forest Stapp. has been a little unfortunate this but steadyjoss of at Dix river took place a few days ago, She was escorted from her home by year with Eagle Flannagan, who has strength and vital Xo Keller for SO Years. The stream' had ceased running at Gibson Allen and Mrs. Fannie Keoh just been fast enough to go second to two riflles about two hundred yards ler, where she met the groom at the I have been troubled for the last ity. They should the great horse, The Abbott. But for apart, leaving a pool of water about door of Leavel Green church, and twenty years with bronchial affection loose no time in trying him Scott would be ten or fifteen Foley's Kidney Cure, a six feet deep eiween the two points marched to the altar where they were and at times have been bedfast. Have thousand dollars betteroff. Advocate Guaranteed Preparation. and several parties from the east end united by a very impressive ceremony tried a great many cough remedies Gdllery in Central Ky., having This is now the most C. C. & J. E, Stormes. of the county dug a ditch at the low conducted by Rev. Combs. They then but found no relief until I triod Fo been recently equipped with HAS NATURE WARNED YOU? er rnlle and let the water out. It is drove to the home of the groom where ley's Honey and Tar. I can honestly BA51MACK. Nature herself clad la the early ffarbs of said that they secured eight hundred with a large number of their friends. recommend Foley's Honey and Tar as spring, blossoms forth trees and flowers causing the despondent chord to vibrate to this, the pounds of bass, newlights, cats and they enjoyed an elegant reception a quick relief, reliable, pleasant to Mr St. Clair Chord sold a nice buggy most deligl htful of all, springtime and how do The new discovery in optical science. I wish tosay 'to the Ladies yon feel? Have 70a that tired shaky feeling, other fish. Harrodsburg Sayings. All of their friends join in sending take and sure cure for diseases of the mare to Thos. White, for $50. the forerunner of Chills. Malaria andTrPhoid that throat and lungs. Minerva Smith,414 warning their hearty congratulations. If so, yon must not pass There is quite an interesting meet Fever? an indication of sickness;this avoid this; as it is Vulcanic Eruptions. Mr. and Mrs J B Carter spent sever Washington Ave., Danville, 111. C, ing going on at Old Paint Lick, con- consult us as our advice costs yon nothing. Call on yonr druggist and procure a bottle of Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob al days at Rockcastle Springs, last & J. E. Stormes. ducted by Revs. McKee and Crowford Dr. Carlstedt's German Wve'r Powder: Take Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mouldlife of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, week days; then day at bed Master Irvin Wells has been Preacher Bryant bought a cow and one dose aprocuring a time for sia Dome 01 xucaian mm ings, Patterns never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be lonow oy cures them, also Old, Running and on the sick list, but we are glad to " SWEENEY. Tonic, following the directions and after two calf from Sampson Archer, for $0. appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to weeks' course 01 these two great remeaies, j Fever Sors, Ulcers, Boils. Felons, note the little fellow is improving. like the flowers look "the most Elaborate Paintings, an.ong the lot is the New French Miss Ida Hurt has bogan her school will feel yourself for the malarialla the spring. Corns, Wrats, Cuts, Bruises, Burns E. L Koehler and Ebb Whitted were or hot season Prepare L. K Perkins sold to Pony Beazley again germs. If Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, "FLEUR-DE-L- IS is this morning, Monday, after be- when the atmosphereyour full of warns you, Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, in East Burnstadt a few days last 20 head of fat cattle at 4ic. system necessary and when ing absent for two weeks. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require repeat the above. These Remedies in stock Best Pile cure on earth Drives ou- - week. Mr Koehler contemplates put by 3Iessrs McCarley & Lawson, Sam a dainty Frame. "When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. There will be a box. supper at Old and sold R. E. McRoberts Pains and AchesT Only 25 cts. a box, ting a saw mill there and Mr. WhitAnderson, L K Perkins and S. Morgan Union school house on "We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. Cure guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Mc. ted a blacksmith shop the night of Miss Leah shipped several car loads of cattle to Roberts Druggist. the 22nd inst., for the benefit of the lm Robinson was on .the sick list a few Cincinnati, Saturday. school house, as it was repaired la:t days lasMveek. . . .Misses Nannie Bal O. B. Perkins sold two cattle at week. New Money Order. lard and Kittie Denton, of Paint Lick 3.60 per hundred, also sold n Optician will be at The to Sam A new money order will be issued L. Misses' Lizzie Hanley and Sallie have been the charming guests SWIPiEBROAD, the Hamilton Hotel . Anderson one cow and calf at $31,- - and beginning Sept. 15. It will be quite Mr. Fred and Miss Tillie Arnold Shaw, was visiting Mrs. J TMc'Querry ATT 6 RNEV AT LAW five yearlings for $116, and sold to Mr an improvement over those now in Miss Martha Nance, of Paint Lick last week J R Cook of Crab Orch Tuesday, October lOth 1899. AND REAL ESTATE AGT. Ballard 3 heifers at 3ic. use in several respects. It will be ' One-daonly. were the guests ol friends here last ard, was visiting at J H McQuerry's, LANCASTER. KY much more convenient in size and The most delicate cemtitutieu can Saturday and Monday. glasses scien Eves Examined and Misses Lula and Milda Na Sundav shape, not exceeding that of a bank Thirty-Thousan- d And safely use CODSSEN'S HONEY OF Acres Val- tifically adjusted. . pier entertained quite a number of check. The principal change will be Ills Life was Suvcd. friends Monday night in honor of TAR. It is a sure and pleasant remthe giving of a receipt, an exact fac their counsin, Miss Chester Cochran edy for coughs, loss of voice, and all Mr?J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen Quarantine Withdrawn at Old Point Options on Farms wanted. Money simile of the order, which will be re Comfort. Mineral Lands for Sale Mr. and MrsJH lung troubles. Price 25 'and 50c. C. f Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderof Lee county loaned on Frst Class Real Estate. deemed after a reasonable length of C. & J. E. Stormes. The quarantine existing at Norfolk ul deliverance from a frightful deatho South-Easter- n Kentucky. are rejoicing over the birth of time in case of the loss of the original Cartergirl. Miss Hattie H o u s e, 'a. charming Jn telling of it he says: "I had taken and Old Point Comfort on account of a tine AGENT FOR Blue Special Bargains The marginal coupons denoting the Fever, that ran into pneumo yellow fever having been withdrawn, As an external liniment of most young lady of Gilberts Creek, visited Typhoid value of the order will be dispensed this- to notify all concerned that the Grass Farms. Mrs Taylor House, last week.... Pretty nia. My lungs became hardened wonderful penetrative and curative Co. Life with. so weak I couldn't even sit up in Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has re New power, BALLARD'S SNOW LINI little Ellen Ball, of Lancaster spent was several days with relatives in this bed. Nothing helped md. I expected sumed sale of tickets to Old Point A WONBEKFtJL, CORE OF DIAB MENT is not equaled by any other in to soon die of .Consumption, when Comfort and all points affected by .the KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS vicinity. the world. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. KIIOKA. PARKER'S lieard of Dr. King's New Discovery, quarantine. The Excur You may bridle the appetite, but & J. E. "tormes. BALSAM UalP Iitt - sad bmUfl th Jala you can not bridle the liver to do its One bottle gave great relief. I con tin sions.to Old Point Comfort on the sec Hromotss a lrauiaot powta.. A prominent Virginia Editor Had Al Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst You must be honest .with ued to use it, and now am well and ond and fourth Tuesdays will also be work well. FLATWOODS. most Given up, but was Brought Camtemlp dim a7iirtallas Back to perfect Health by it, help it along a little now and then strong. I can't say too much in its resumed commencing wun tne second of Pythias, meets every Friday Chamberlain's Colic Chol-erwith a dose of HERBINE, the best praise." This marvellous medicine is Tuesday in September. Round trip W. H. Furr bought two yearlings 21 and Blarrhoea liver regulator. Price 50 cts.. C. C. the surest and quickest cure in the tickets will be $15.00, limited to Bemedy. JOHN T.JOHNSTON from George Pointer for 832. world for all Throat and Lung Trouble, days For full information write, ff.McC JOHNSTON, night insOdd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g & J. E: Stormes Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Trial ' Sinclair Cord sold his horse to Tom REiB HIS EDITORIAL. Geo. W. Barney, bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drjug Knights are fraternally invitJOHNSTON & JOHNSTON - From the Times, Hillstille, Va. White for $50. also his tobacco v crop Stopped The , Div. Pass,r. Agt Lexington, Ky. I suffered with Diarrhoea for a long for $50. A. R. BASS, Morgantown, Ind., Store: every bottle guaranteed.; lm Ed Bishop, C. C. time and thought I was past being W. H. Furr sold four calves to Mr. writes: I was afflicted with Kidney CiTil. EifiBeen aid Simyofi, ed. Remarkable OccaraHces. . cured. I had'spent much time and Warren Slayen for $80. also four year- disease and had to get. up quiet often A Wagon maker who has been dumb money and suffered so much misery lings to John Anderson for $80. LANCASTER, KY J. S. HaSklden, K.R.&S during the night and suffered severe for years picked up a hub and spoke 81tnnted in Garrard county about t 'miles that I had almost decided to give up pains in Kidneys and with backache, and a blind carpenter on the, from Ola faint lick anu air view courcnes, A Word to Mothers.- -' all hope? of recovery and await the bnnwn br the JaekTUnrnalda farm and owned I used Foley's Kidney Cure, after tak- Yes, 181 acres. This result, but noticlhg-madvertisement Mothers of children affected with ing three bottles 1 am entirely cired. same day reached for his plane and by J. L. Francis consisting of neighborhood. !; EDUCATION sitnated in,, a saw; and a beef farmer went out with farm-i- from Lancaster, good Richmond and near of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and croup or a severe cold need'not hesi- C. C. & J. E. Stormes. miles churches and la abtolutely necessary to the yona his dog and herd; and a noseless fisher Lancaster, tfltaplke, neargrowth of corn, school Diarrhoea Remedy and also some teS' tate to administer Chamberlain's. hemp maa or young woman who would wis of the whig maa caught a barrel of pike and smelt: house, is adapted to the Cutting and tobacco. timonials stating how some wonderful Co'igh Remedy. If contains no opisuccess in life. This blag conceded feathers off Jrom those having long, and a forty ton elephant inserted his Good Residence cures had been wrought by this rem ate nor narcotic irany formNand may very front rank 4 drooping wings will help the young- trunk in a grade and flue; a dog walks la of first importance to get your training; at the school that strands in the it. After taking be given as confidently to thababe as edy, I decided out buildings. "goodeistern, a bed list and acres In cultivation balanev well watered. . 1b grass. This coilKLrrrrnv UITGTWFSS rft.IRflf!. ' off with his coatand.pants; 80 BBVivm "e, . oa.J.JLJS.w entirely well of that to an adult. Thereat success that ster that is runplng too much to muTi a few doses I was Xl to get back Its weight. ened to' a big tick. Yes, and some men farm, will le offered at private sale natll Sept; trouble, and I wish to say further to has attended its useintfteweatraent 20th,'prox or will be sold pabllcly that day. in tha woods hsard trees bark. An Pllex Cared! LOUISVILLE, KY. Eor particulars cailZfa' prS'ddrssi, J. ii my readers and that 1 of colds and croup has won for it the W.BallsW, FraBC's, Point nun insnlsllst If sufferers will use Banner Salve other was astonished by seeing ahorse Terrlll. Ky. Ms 11m and approval and praise it has received TnlMMUMkMt. am a hale and hearty man y ' 7v J VHFKCff Graduates of this college preferredtitili bnslneaa bouses.InoeeaBylaa Write far by positive cure fly as he was passing along the. road.. throughout; the United States and in according to directions feel as well as 1 ever did In my life. a beaetlfBl: book giving testimonials from gradmaies. SHORTHAND; along and will result in worst cases. Guaran- Another man was loafing sremiBeBtjBotkina all ever Um United oHat- -U will b mU4 O. R. Moore. Sold by B. JB. McRob many foreign lands. For sale by R. ' , ieywfBXK. saw a brick walk. Ex. lm teed. 25c. C. C. & J, E. Stormes. lm. E. McRoberts, Druggist. erts, Druggist 1 . FAINT LICK. 12-l- MT. HEBRON. MAIiKSBCRY. Kln-nair- DR. BELL'S e cough-wor- n i microbe-bearin- g Pine-la- fcB Iill's trontf.-Jf- McRoberts'' Drue Store, Lancaster . SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. run-dow- R. E. M' ROBERTS. ox yivz LraLLevy te 1 The Marvelous Anastimate Lenses Th.ose Iisnsos riiA.TEH. Dr. R. Goldstein, well-know- 6. B, attorney at law real esrate agent. F. HUBBLE. in in - York In's. ea Baek-Acfc- e. FARM FOB SALE! i two-thir- A BUSINESS H MIIU -- to-tr- feather-ma- v king fellow-suffere- rs to-da- J.Fxamcis,: lyr - A ' itfPfi'rtMiilfsyTirii liTsilltfsi 'hsssW'ib'r rt'ifTtfiri n "Ti liiiissa'jRfr " lli itfjf'tk 1 it fsVsttlt jftlssfcaT' "i rh'' '" EHglBmUBSlBiailim m m Elegant Stock of Fall and Winter Goods H Which were bought direct from the makers, and selected with the greatest The latest styles, the best workmanship and most reasonable prices are what we have. E A SHIRTS COLLARS V FINE NECKWEAR FINE UNDERWEAR fJ G We call especial attention to our elegant i and L m EH T r Our unprecedented cut-prisale cleared our shelves com- pletely and we start into the Fall trade with a clear track. ce care. m We will make a specialty this season on and can certainly pleas you. 9 m m m We secured a lovely line of and and can give the correct thing. JL JL e ave e nobbiest line of T . ever brought from the east. m re m m SEE OUR SEE OUR m m m m m m O B iE m m -- J u. Elegavi I Foolvuear. Stylish f Jfeckvjear WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU to COME and EXAMINE. J. L. FROHMAN CLOTHING Miss Bettie West iting friends. is in Louisville vis. i FURNISHING GOODS & CO. HATS SHOES Etc. OOOPOOOO m CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY Septemberl4 189o i AgOOT PEOPLE. Jim Anderson is clerking I for II M Ballou. Ed Perkins is clerking for J. E. Storm es. Miss Fish, of Stanford, is tbe guest of Miss Allie Arnold. Miss Mary Anderson is visiting relatives 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 Mrs. Jake Barker and sons, 3Iasters position in J. A. Beazley's furniture J T and Dunlap, of Lebanon, will arrive the. 16th, to visit Mrs W B Jarvis store. for several days. Miss Mollie F. Smith will clerk for K. H Batson during the'fall and winRev. George O. Barnes was examter season. ined for a position in the Census BuMr. and Mrs. J. S. Baughman have reau at Washington, but on account taken rooms with Miss Dove Harris, of his age he. failed to pass. His daughter, Miss Marie, is listed for examiRichmond street. nations and it js thought will certainMrs. Robert Embry:gave a tea Sat- ly pass. urday evening in honor of her guest, Lexington Herald. The Rev. George Miss Altha Miller,' of Owensboro., W. Dunlap and his family are here Rev. W. P. ITarvey, of Louisville, from Independence, Ky., for a few filled the pulpit at the Baptist church days' stay. They are on hi way to Sunday morning, to the delight of his thewest, probably deciding on Arizomany admirers. na. Mrs. Dunlap's physician has orMr. Asbbrook C. Frank writes The dered immediate change of climate for Record from Amirilio, Tex., stating a pulmonary disorder from which the leport of his marriage isa mistake she is suffering. and that he is "furtherfrom becoming Mr", and Mr.'. R.L. Jennings went to a Benedict than ever before." He says he will visit Kentucky in a few Cincinnati Monday morning to spend a week. While there they will be endays. tertained at the hospitable home of Mr. Tommy Underwood was over clever Sam Joseph. Mr. Jennings will from Nicholasville Monday and Wade buy his fall stock of goods while in The Record a pleasant call. He !s the city. They received a great numrapidly recovering from his recent ber of handsome and costly bridal severe spell of typhoid fever and will presents.. They will be given a resoon be O. K. He was accompanied ception at Paint Lick when they reby J. 5. McKenzle, of Nicholasville. turn to that place Friday night. rela-tive- s. Mrs. J. W. Sweeney is visiting relaDr. Harry Finny, of Chicago, was a visitor here Monday. tives in Louisville. Mr. J. Paul Miller returned to school Miss Alice "Walker will enter school Frank B Marksbury was in Hustonin Lexington this week. ville, Tuesday, on business. at Lexington, this term. Rev. Wills, of Harrodsburg, visited Mrs James Turner, of Middlesboro, Miss Nellie Cox, of Frankfort, is Mr and Mrs J R Hill, Monday. visiting friends in this county. visited Mrs J R Hill, last week. Miss Louise Kauffman has returned Miss Olivia Sweeney left Monday Mrs. William Greenleaf , of St. Louis, from a visit to Hustonville friends. , is the guest of Mrs. Emma Kauffman. to attend school in Lexington. Miss Lillie Noel is in Cincinnati Miss Alta Bettis, of Danville, is exMiss Elizabeth Mitchell, of pected this week to visit Miss Lottie is the guest of Mrs. Holley buying fall and winter millinery goods. Bettis. Carlton. Miss Annie Austin returned Sunday Misses Mary, Martha and Helen Miss Lizzie Hudson leaves this week from several weeks stay at Drippirg Gill left Tuesday, to attend school at for Staunton, Va., to enter school for Springs. uxiora, uiiio. the next term. Miss Mattie Powell, after a visit to Miss May Jarvis has entered school Mrs R. C. Warren and daughter, Miss Mattie Thompson, has returned at Springfield, Ohio, and will attend Miss Marie, of Stanford, are guests of to Hustonville. the full school j'ear. Miss Jennie Duncan. Misses Sallie B. Ray, of Buckeye and Mesdames Mildred Beasley, W. S. Mr. J R Hill left for Middlesboro, Ella Williams, of Louisiana, are guests Beazley and son, Eugene, are spending Sunday, where he will spend a few of Miss Bettie Henry. the week in Crab Orchard with days with his sick brother, who is veMesdames Fuller, J. C. . Massee, Mitch-elsbur- Miss Mary Woldridge spent a few days at Dripping Springs the past week. Wm. H. Harris, of Carlisle, has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Miss Florence Harris left Tuesday to visit her friend, Miss Pearl HoJcombe, in Elizabethtown. Miss Bessie Batson, of Lancaster, was the guest of her uncle, J. H. Hilton. Brodhead cor. Ky. Colonel. Misses Sallie Tillett and Lauia Smith left Tuesday for Cincinnati 1o buy fall goods and attend the millinery 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 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar, 1.00 pound3 Clarified Sugar 1.00 Fruit Cans (best) per dozen 30c Jelly Tumblers per dozen 20c and all kinds of like bargains openings. Reports from the railroad survey- 18 ing corps are quite favorable and the 1 9 men are meeting with far better than was expected. suc-cs- ss v Misses Agnes Spears Grubbs, of Lexington, and Claude Alpha McGinnisof Danville, have been visiting Miss Nellie Grant Bourne, near Bryants-ville. ry low. Mr. F. Colburn Clarke, one of the staff artists of the "New York Jour nal," has been spending the week with Miss Amie Chenault Wallace. He will accompany Miss Florence Burnside as far as Washington City on his return to New York. ent. The Ladies Aid Society will hold its next meeting at the homo of Mrs. Jennie West, on Saturday afternoon, J R & J H Russell, 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 iouy of the brothers were also pres- It is hoped that a full collection of dues, all those who worked 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 inatal-latlo- n of new officers. at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. G. W. Youn? was appointed a Misses Banc and Knapp West have member of the Board of Directors of been spending a few days at Dripping the National n League, Springs. which now has a permanent organizaDivid G. B. Rose, manager of circu- tion in thirteen States. Richmond lation for the Louisville Post, was here Register. Saturday in the interest of that paper. Day-be- f the she rr iff He is a brother of Joe Rose of Nich- was sent out to get a jury to try a litolasville, and a fine young gentleman. tle case in Judge Burnside's court, Capt. Boston Dillion, from Lancas- and he summoned among the number, Squire W. H. Kinnaird. This was his ter, is the guest of his son, W. R. first jury service for probably fifty Dillion. Capt. Dillion is between years. Being up to his ears in import80 and 90 years of age but gets about never with ease notwithstanding the weight ant business all his life, he wasappearcalled upon to serve, and his of years. Livingston Colonel. ance in the jury box was quite odd to Dr. W. B. Penny will move his fam- older citizens. ily to Hustonville this week and open The congre gation at the Christian a dental office, where he has good pros- church was greatly surprised, in fact pects of business. The doctor is a fine sorrowfully so, Sunday morning, when dentist, a genial gentleman and his Rev. Rob'tG. Frank tendered his resfriends here dislike to give him and ignation as pastor, to take effect in his family up. Stanford Journal. November, realizing their pulpit has Rev. W. L. Clark, who has had never been more acceptably filled. charge of the local Methbdist church, Bro. Frank has been called by the was transferred by the conference, to church at Fulton, Mo., where he reButler, Ky. Rev. Clarke is a good cently held a two weeks' meeting. preacher? a splendid citizen and a so- The congregation at Nicholasville feels sustained a great loss in losing ciable gentleman whom The Record it has young preacher of such sterling and the whole community regrets to a leave. We comend him to the people worth. Nicholasville Journal. Such lovely dress goods were never of Butler and wish him Rev. L. Robinson will have charge of before shown in Lancaster as are now coming in at Joseph's. the Lancaster church. Anti-SalooGod-spee- We Want Chickens, Eggs, Butter Etc. Bring them in and get the top price and tickets on the Presents. Bine Grass Grocery Company, LANCASTER, KY. Please Remember J. X. DUNN NOTAET PUBLIC, The middle of the year BRYANTSVI U,E, KENTUCKY is past and settling time Land Suveryor and Aleut for is at hand. I Need the Money AETNA FIRE INSURANCE ORGANIZED 1888. CO due me and must insist that my friends call in CITIZENS NATIONAL BAM, and settle. -Capital, $50,000 Sallie 0. Tillett. Surplus Faad 10,000 PUBLIC SALE. BVSXXasW tOUOIIB), When in Danville, call on Tuesday, Oct. 3d, i8gg. Oarcfal aad Prompt AtteaUsa Gaa J. X. HiMonenux hmwa T. Lbatxix. B. T. Bubsov W. O. Leading DRUGGISTS, BOOK SELLERS and STATIONERS. bcnoDi nooks, Tablets, Inks, &c. a Specialty. m . Best So4 Water in town. Having rented ray farm with the intention of moving ray location, I will offer at public sale at ray home 3 miles west of Camp Dick Robinson the folio wins; list of live stock, and household furniture: 3 Jennets. (2 In foal), 1 combined mare, 4 head Jersey ralkk cows. 2 extra fine calves, 10 head hogs, 1 wagon, 1 '96 Deering mower, l '97 steel hay rake, 1 "Malta" cultivator, 1 jaap seat surrey; 10 tons clover and timothy hay and other kinds of farming; implements, besides numerous articles of house hold and kitchen furniture. The sale bet-in- s at 2 p. n TERMS made known on day of sale. Presides Caafclet Kxmr DIRXCTOKB: Assistant Caah'i Bookkeepes CD. Walxxb. ' J.jf.&csrancjraAsi, LiwuT Lbat&l, T. X. Assets, J. I. JBTWpr. X. T. Hnwt. K. O. Abjtolb, Jb. Joshua dunn, sr. iux.anM, J.j.Wauua Jacob Y. Kobixsos. l?ith all kinds of fruit appearance is a great factor in selling. In all Spain there are only 3.2C0 children in the Sunday schools. Lime and ashes help to secure a good development of roots. W. B Burton sold to M. Lauber, of Pennsylvania, two combined horses averaging $100. Perrv Ballard bought at Stanford Monday, a bunch of yearling cattle at 822.50 per head. J. B. Leavellpf Bryantsville, bought old bay of Guy Davidson a nice gelding for $135.00- Fruit that is badly injured, poor and watery, will not keep well under any circumstances. Corn, owing to drouth in western states, took an upward turn on the markets early in the week. SI. Lauber, of Pennsylvania, bought in Lincoln and Garrard a car load ol nice suckling and yearling mules at from $12 to $40. Onions should be harvested as soon as the tops die down. Spread them out 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 lit for beef, much less to breed from. Farmers, who a few years ago, used a grade bull, are 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 marc colts. Everybody who has attended the county fair this year, speaks in the highest terms of the display of beef and dairy cattle. Truly it is wonder ful, and excels any exhibition for years. It seems as if all the best herds are out contending for prizes. TABLER'S BUCKEYE OIXTMENT relieves the intense itch ing. It soothes, heals and cures chron ic cases where surgeons fail. It is no experiment: its sales increase through its cures. Every bottle guaranteed, Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes 75 cts, C. C. & J. E. Stormes. A Valait Uek BtaterprlM Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting with ready saleverr where. Persons who have used it say it's a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula, Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargement, Greasy Heel, etc It is sold, on a written guarantee, and money refunded if not as represented. For sale by R. E. McRobsrts, Lancaster. The great pacer, Star Pointer, noted as the king of the turf, was dethroned Wednesday by Joe Patchen, who beat pace. Pointer him in a free for-atook the first heat in 2:04i and was distanced the third, John" R.- - Gentry getting second money. The two winning heats were in 2:02, 2:04i. Pointer will retire from the turf. Following is the range of prices cn mules furnished by one of the largest 3rms of mule buyers in the South: 14 hands high $30 to $40; 15 hands high 550 to $55; 15'to 15 hands high $70 to 00; 15 to 16 hands high $S0 to $115; 16 hands high.heavy weight good ones, 3125 to $140. The Pendletonian, at Pendleton, Ky. A farmer's wife near Wellington, Mo., while out feeding chickens recently dropped an earring, which was quickly gobbled up by one of the fowls She could not pick out the particular jhicken, so killed them, one by one, i7 in all, but failed to find the earring. Then she began to look around and found it in the grass where the fowl had dropped it. A Missouri horseman recommends the following treatment for the pre vention and cure of a sore shoulder: d Use collars that fit neatly. When you harness horses lay the front side of collar on a sill or manger and pound the face thoroughly with a smooth, round stick of wood to make it soft. Keep the hair on the should- ll wool-face- A TIMELY HINT. Ton should be wise and see that vonr blood la rich and pare and your whole system pnt in a perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then yon will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver is tne Dest medicine money can buy. For your Coldtry Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam. Price 25o and 50o . For sale by a Bottle. R. E McRoberts irs, also the collar, rubbed off ell very hour or two while at worw. In the evening put a tablespoonful of salt in a gallon of cold water and bathe the shoulders well. If the shoulders get chafed rub a little tallow or axle grease on the collar. A writer in the Louisville Dispatch has this to say of the wheat outlook: Since the rush to market of the surplus in July, the daily receipts of wheat at the great market centers are running 50 per cent below those of last year. They will keep this ratio for the year. The threshing returns are disappointing. The rainy season throughout the country caused an enormous growth of straw; the grain was light and imperfect. Subsequent rainfalls injured the quality. Ffty per cent, of the wheat will be second, third and fourth grades- The farmer who has wheat to sell would be very unwise to take less than 85 cents per bushel, if he can hold it a few months. He is now master of the situation. The daily reports are not usually in his in terests, when made up for a purpose. Recently the State Board of Agriculture of Illinoise reported that the state would have to import considerable wheat to supply the deficiency at home. About the same .conditions prevail in the states of Indiana, Mich igan. Kansas and others of the winter wheat belt. - PILE The fifth annual meeting of the Lovisville Trotting and Fair Association will be held from Sept. 25 to Oct. 1, 189!). 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 to me dium bone, and nice, smooth hair, They must weigh about D00 to 1,000 pounds, and generally sell from 850 to $90 per head, according to height and general quality. II. Y. Haws, of Lexington has sold the famons pacer, Joe Patchen, to Senator McCarthy, of Goshen, If. Y. Haws paid about $20,000 for Patchen a Jew weeks ago in Cleveland, and it is understood that the price paid by McCarthy, was in excess of what Haws " paid. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE is perfectly harmless, and will remove every worm. It is also a tonic, and by its strengthening properties will restore to pale, cheeks the rosy hue of health. Price 25 cts. C. C. &J. E. Stormes. It is said the crop of tobacco this year in Woodford, Jessamine and a part of Fayette counties is the finest in texture of any tobacco in the Stata Although the tobacco will not weij,h as heavy as in former years, it will make up in quality what it lacks in quanity. To use the expression of all who have seen it, the crop is "as fine as split silk." Jessamine Journal. This remedy is praised by "thousands who have testea it. Every woman is anxious to learn how to avoid the pain and suffering which may be in store for her. The little book, "Before Lies one mile West of Paint Lick Baby is Born," will be sent free to any . address upon, application to the Brad-fiel. Station and Regulator Co., Atlanta, Georgia. BECOMING A MOTHER. A Euro Way to Avoid Danger. Every true woman wants to be a toother. A baby is the dream of her life the crowning glory of womanhood true happiness can never be known without the blessings a child brings. Yet the ordeal through which all mothers must pass is so full of pain, anxiety and fear, that many a young life is sacrificed because of the inability to undergo the struggle of childbirth. It is not necessary to suffer in bringing new life into the world. By the use of "Mother's- Friend,", the suffering and danger can be avoided, and the hour gobbed of itslread and pain. - Itwdlst Will Be Tr!4. London. Ky., Sept. 9. Jofaa charged with murdering James Hoberts from ambush while the latter was sitting on his porch at his home at Tatloesviixk, Ky., Sept 12. Big Creek, near the Clay county line, a 4lThere is the 6tuff I took in my vest Lpocket,'' were the words of Julian Wig- - few days, ago, was taken to Hyden, Leslie county, for a preliminary trial. ginton, while his sweetheart, mother He was accompanied by a large numand loving friends supposed him to be of writhing in agony from the effects of ber the White faction. poison taken in an attempt to destroy Crashed by the tars. his life. Lexington, Ky., Sept. 10. William Young Wigginton lives at Fairfield, Marrs, struck by an engine in the Cinand received a note from his sweet cinnati Southern yards, early Friday heart. Miss Julia Watson, informing morning, had his left leg and hand THE GUARANTEED CURE. him that she did not care for him amputated. He will probably die. He I any longer and for him to cease is a son of the late John Marrs, stewDon't showing her attention. He went to a ard of the Eastern Kentucky lunatic SubstRuto. medicine chest, procured a bottle .asylum. therefrom and went to the barn. Ilis Insist onYUCATAM.MM, 5QC. Lx'.nton Aldermen Deadlocked. mother followed him and found him, Lexington, Ky., Sept 9. The deadas she thought, in the agonies of lock of the Lexington board of alderRE uIcRoberts. death. A physician and Miss Watson men continues. The business of the were sent for. Miss Watson, thinking city has been tieaV up now more than she was the innocent cause of the boy's one month, and none of the city emHUBBLE. taking poison, immediately asked his ployes have been paid for their servMr James Gentry is quite sick at forgiveness for writing the note and ices. There are two warring factions begged him to get well for her sake. this writing. in the body. Then it was that Wigginton uttered We are glad to see Mrs Church Yea-gc- r Ills Death Mysterious. out again after a severe spell of the words that startled his mother and Williamstown, Ky., Sept. 12. The sweetheart. fever The little infant son of Mr body of Miah Marksbury arrived fiom and Mrs Holtzclaw is very low. SOL AND JAMES GRIFFIN. the west for burial Sunday. His death Mrs Morgan" Sutton; of McCreary, is shrouded in mystery, two reports Sheriff ol Laurel Countr Aaki for Troops was the guest of Mr S W Spoonambre, being current, one that he was shot on to Take tho Two Feudist From LonSunday Mr H J Luce returned a train, the other that he was killed in don to Clay Counijy Kentucky. home Saturday, after a visit to relaa wreck 90 miles from Kansas City. London, Ky., Sept. 13. The Laurel His family will investigate. tives in --Nicholasville Mrs John and Judge Menefee returned home from a visit county sheriff, McHarg-usto her sister. Mrs Holtzclaw Rev Brown went to Frankfort to ask Gov. Robertson will preach at McKendree Bradley either to send troops or have Estrnyed or stolen, on August 24th from J. church the.4th Sunday evening at two the state pay for 5tt deputies to take ii. .tsaKers in uarrara county, Ky., une large 9 black the two feudists, Sol and James Griffin, ioretop ninreoff,or 10 year old. 1G bands high o'clock.... Mrs Fred Kemper and Miss light mane and tall. Also one cut ngnt oia. loretop Kate West, of Marksbury, and Mrs to Clay county, where they must be cut off.colored bay liorse. years shaped, good near 15 hands high, tfell saddle horse. 2 reword for thief . lu Lancas Ben Hughes, of Lancaster, was the delivered. They are in jail here and the authori- ter, Richmond orMt. Vernon jail. $10 for hor guests of Mrs SallieEubanksand fam1 rewara iy uoveruoi uuei, ties fear that on the journey they will ses.Ky. 13 torstrayedhisofor horses delivered here of If $5 ily, Sunday. . . .Mr and Mrs Price Sutbe ambushed by one faction or rescued t r at Gum Sulphur to E. W. Baker. ton, of McCreary, was the guests of by another. their mother, Mrs Alexauder, Sunday Notice of Election. The exodus from Clay county continMr and Mrs McMiller entertained ues. No more killings .Notice is hereby given that on Tueshave been requite a number of relatives Sunday. ported up to Tuesday night. The re- day, November seventh, eighteen hunCalver Eu6anks returned home ported killing of four men on Red Bird dred and ninety-ninfrom seven Saturday night from Wayne county, creek is not confirmed. o'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m.,' where he has been at work. His macontinuously, an ejection will be held ny friends were glad to see him INDEPENDENT DISTILLERS. in and for the City of Lancaster, KenMi and Mrs J W Anderson went to tucky, by the qualified electors of said see their mother Sunday, who is very They Meet In Louisville to ilrar the Re- city, to determine whether said city port of I heir Committee on tho Limill. shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen itation Talk W.th the Trait. thousand dollars for the purpose of Premium. Louisville, Ky., Sept 9. .The inde- furnishing said city with water, (fifty For each $5 worth of goods bought pendent distillers of the state met fire hydrants), for seven years. Said of me the purchaser will be entitled Thursday at the Gait house to hear indebtness to be paid in seven equal to a guess atGoebel's plurality over the report of their committee on the annual installments. The amount Taylor, for Governor. The nearest limitation conference with the whisky therefore necessary to be raised anguess will get a $5 pair of truat and to formulate plans for the nually by taxation is two thousand coming season. Resolutions were .dollars. pants. M. D. Hughes, Agent. R. Kinnaikd, Mayor, adopted reciting the failure of the rej3f city of Lancaster, Ky. cent New York conference to effect an Att: W. H. WnERitiTT. Clk. BRYANTS VI LIE. agreement to control or limit the production of whisky, recommending REPORT OF THE CONDITION Misses Bettie Tomlinson, Mary that no further action in this direcBourne and Mr. Robert Harris, of tion be taken, and urging upon all the OFTHE Lexington, visited Mr H. J. Tomlin- independent distillers conservative son and family last week H J Tom- production in the interest of the trade. linson attended Conference at NewBoth Parties Claim the Booster. port last week. . . .Mrs S J Smith visitFbaxkfokt, Ky., Sept. 10. Friday ed her mother, Mrs. Margaret RobinOF LANCASTER. KY.. AT CO days before the son Dr. .Pinquard left last Thurs- was the first of the general election day, provided by lawf CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT. 7,1899 day for Indian Territory where he will for certifying by political parties to make his future home Misses Ruth the secretary of state their nominees RESOURCES. Duncan and Emma Spruce, accompa- and party emblem. The Goebel demo- Loans and discounts $190,231 12 nied by Marshall Davis,, of Nicholas655 78 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured... crats were first to certify, naming Goe- (J. S. Bonds to secure 50,000 00 ville, Miss Mattie Powell, Huston-vill- bel as the nominee and claiming the Stocks, securities, etccirculation 3.K00 00 Clyde McGinnis, Danville, and rooster as an emblem. The Brown Banking-housfurniture and fixtures 11,000 00 Miss Grubbs, Lexington, attended the democrats will also claim this emblem Other real estate aud mortgages own- 7)976 38 ed from National Banks (not ReJennings-Thompsreception here within the next few days, and it is un- Dueserve Aleuts) 3.432 57 222 48 last week Mr and Mrs JSHasel-de- n derstood the secretary will give it to Due from State Banks and bankers.. Due from approved reserve agent3.... 76,407 16 are in the .city this week,purchas-in- g them. In this event the matter will Checks and other cash items 116 05 2 735 00 Notes of other National Banks new fall goods Miss Minnie El- be taken into the courts at once. 126 14 Fractional paper curreucy.uickels.cts 73 50 Revenue Stamps liott, a lovely little lady of Mayfield, A?ed Tost Ofllco Patrons. Specie $12,947 00 has been visiting her brother, Dr. El1.500 00 notes IIopkiksville, Ky., Sept 13. 00 liott, of this place Miss Eliza Ison and Clipper, two country post Redemption Fund with U. 8. Treashas returned from a two week's visit 2,250 00 urer (5' of circulation) offices near here, enjoy distinctions at Mrs John A Davis, of Danville that but few communities enjoy. Out $362.963 18 Total Mrs Mary Wcol folk has returned to of a population of 59 at Willowtown, LIABILITIES. her home in Lexington, after a visit 10 of the citizens are over 80 years of $100,000 00 Capital stock paid in to her sister, Mrs Eliza Ballard age. One woman recently died there Surplus fund Rev Robinson, the new pastor of the at the age of 111. Clipper's population Undivided profits, less expenses and 20,000 00 Methodist church, will fill the regular is aboat 25, and out of this number 11 4,699 04 taxes paid 44.920 00 appointment here Sunday and Sunday persons are over 75 years old. National Bank notes outstanding.... WAS ORLY A RUSE., No More Shake. J7r ve Retarami hea he Tfcovgh Her lover Had Taken Fol;on, aad She the Innocent Cause. Va-en- HOME CURE FOR BLOOD POISON. There ia sot the slightest doubt that tka doctors do more harm than good in treating Contagious Blood Poison; many victims of be much disease You Can this loathsome they hadwould allowed better Patchwork; themnever if off selves to be dosed on mercury and potash, the doctors ever give for only remedies which the Cure Yourself at blood poison. The doctors are wnouy uname to gee rm or this vile poison, and only attempt to heal up the outward appearance of the disease the sores and eruptions. This they do by driving the poison into the system, and endeavor to keep it shut in with their constant doses of potash and mercury. The mouth and throat and other delicate parts then break oat into sores, and the fight ia continued indefinitely, the drugs doing the system more damage than the disease itself. Mr. H. L. Myers, 100 Mulberry St., Newark. N. J., says: "I had speat a hundred dollars with the doctors, when I realized that they could do me no good. I had large spots all over my body, and these soon broke out into running sores, and I endured all the suffering which this vile disease produces. I decided to try S. S. S. as a last resort, and waa soon greatly improved. I followed closely your 'Direcand the large splotches on my tions for chest began to grow paler and smaller, and before long was soon cured perfectly and my disappeared entirely. I skin has been as clear as glass ever since. I cured myself at home, after the doctors had failed completely." It is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctora to cure Contagious Blood Poison, for the disease is be yond their skill. Swifts Specific Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic Token-Worthies Bewarrof the Doctors' to-d- I Mt. NOTICE. acts in an entirely different way from potash and mercury it forces the the system and gets rid of it entirely. Hence it cures the Soison out of other remedies only shut the poison in where it lurks forever, while constantly undermining the constitution. Our system of private home treatment places a cure within the reach of all. We give all necessary medical advice, free of charge, and save the patient the embarrassment of publicity. Write for full information to Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. C. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD e, all-wo- Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at " NATIONAL BANK G. S. A It fully Warranted and Excels all others. GAINES' All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand BOON TO MANKIND! DR Tim-; e, on TABLER'S BUCKEYF PILE "CO a Legal-tend- CURE A. New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and ' EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; Bottles, 50 Cents. F. BALLARD, Safe Pnprktir. - - 310 Ntrtt MaJ Stmt. ST. LOUIS. Farm for Sale. 3-- d Contains 102 4 acres. Will be sold publicly October, 7, 1899, On premises. For particulars, address II. L. Wallacb, Paint Lick, Ky. X493- THE NATIOHM. CAPITAL ) J BANK i SURPLUS. SALE & FEED STABLE. LANCASTER, KY. We make special Attention our O A I C OT A. Dl r- - flM,000.00 (Jao.ooo.o LANCASTER, KY, of - A.B.Dkhmt. Preildekt. Jho. E. Stokxk. Vice Presides! B. C. Denny, Cashier. Nice combined .horses always on " hancTfor sale. Hie Governor Was Pre lent. Charley Lewis, an infant son of Lexington, Ky., Sept 13. Tuesday Maud Dunn, (colored,) died at the res- was Governor's day in the camp of the idence of Dr. Armstrong, with con- 2d Kentucky regiment stale guards. sumption of the bowels. Gov. Bradley spent the afternoon in camp and reviewed the boys. Tuesday Bargain. night the queen's salute was fired. A Come to North side of New Hotel dance followed. Wednesday camp and see 900 of the latest designs in will be broken and the companies will Fall and Winter, Foreign ancfDomes-ti- c go to their homes. Woolens, ever brought to this marA New Laud i ompauy. ket, at prices that will make them go. Pineville, Ky., Sept. 12. The LauTailor made or ready made, absolute- rel Fork Land Co. has been incorly all wool, made in the most approv- porated with $50,000 paid up capital. M. D. Hugiiks, Ag't. ed style. The company proposes to develop coal mines, petroleum and natural gas in Bell county. The company is comFought Over Politics. posed of Michigan capitalists, .with its Leitchfield, Ky., Sept 12. J. B. principal office at Pineville, Ky. Rudert, agent of the Illinois Central The Keni:ey Place Sold. railroad, was held in $15,000 for shootLexington, Ky., Sept 12. John . ing a lumberman named Hardiston. The trouble started through a polit- Madden, acting presumably for James h'as bought the Kenney ical argument. Hardiston is not ex- B. Ilaggin, place, near Elmendorf, for 819,000. It pected to live. contains 275 acres, and is one of the Convicted of Stealing: Horse. finest farms in the blue grass. Lexixgtox, Ky Sept. Peak was convicted in the circuit court An Uuexpec:ed Fortune. of stealing three horses, and was senDanville, Ky Sept 10. Wm. Fair, tenced to six years in the penitentiary an aged and very worthy man of Libtwo years per horse. erty, has unexpectedly fallen heir t d of an estate va.ued at Coal Tipple Destroyed. The pap.-r- are all fixed. Daytos, Ky., Sept. 10. The coal tipple of the Columbia Finance and Trust C , of Louisville, Ky.; an immense structure, and many other small wrecked by the storm Friday. Cat Hrr Ihroat. Lexington, Ky Sept. 13. John and Millie West, a colored ouple, living-iTincup alley, quarreled Su day afternoon. John cut Millie's throat and escaped. The woman is in a precarious condition. ert one-thir9200,-00s build-ingswe- re night. Dae to other Notional Banks Due to State Banks and Bankers Individual deposits subject to check. Certified checks ; . $3U2.963 18 Total Stateof Kentucky, County of Gabrabd.ss: I, S. C. Denny Cashier of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement ra true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. C. Denny Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13 day of Sept. 1899. R. Kinnaird. Notary Public. Commission expires January 16th 1900. Correct Attest : Alex R. Denny, j Jno. E. Storm es. Directors Alex C. Robinson. ) REPORT OFTHE CONDITION OF THE 4.S49 1.736 186.520 238 28 05 51 30 JAMES HO. STOMMEJS IHRTTe STORE. R. KINNAIRD, Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. INSURANCE. Representinn Followins Companies Aetna, Queen, Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT . Palatine, National, Hartford, Delaware, Milwaukee, CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT- RESOURCES. 7,1899 $101,990 23 0. caristcdrs German . - W. J. F. Robikson. Jr.. Ass'tCash'r. E. T. Embet, Book-keep- BURTON. TiQaTBTABLES. Jilxed, puaei Mixed, " " FiM'gr M liver pewier wtige for BIKECTOBS Sua l.D.Cochr&n Alex. B. Dcbbt. W. K. Cook, Ju X Spllmas, SoBth-b'nd d - DIGEST YOUR FOOD. of all sickness is caused trr 41ye ted, It creates (roea into your blood and thea'roa are liable to alaaest any disease the hsmaa system is Heir. to.s Use Dr. Carlstedt's German LlTcr" rowaer ana watca we retails. im win icci effects after taking- - oae dose. Glre It the a trial aad be coaviaced. Price 2?c. 90 86 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 25,000 00 U. S Bonds to secure circulation 2,000 00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 1.500 00 Stocks, securities, etc Banking-housfurniture and fixtures 8,500 00 Other real estate and mortgages 1 ,250 00 . owned Due from National Bunks (not Re11,230 22 serve Agents 91 57 Dire from State Banks and Bankers... Due from approved reserve agents... 41.030 15 484 77 Pheefco anrl nther cnah items 330 00 Vote h of other national banks Praotlnnal inner iMirrencv. nlckles 2 28 and cents dpecie "7,47S" 2.24U Legal-tendnotes M Rotemntinn fnnd with U. S. Treas 1.125 00. urer (5 percent of circulation)... $21252 5a Total LIABILITIES. , $50,000 t Capital stock paid In iviuw v surplus luna tTnrtlvidud nroflts. less eXDenscs and 1.112 41 taxes iiaid National Bank notes outstanding. ... 22,500 00 3,587 41. Due to ocher National . Banks - 159 38 Due to SUte Banks aud Bankers Individual deposits subject to check. J36.1M 98 Liabilities othr--r than those above 100 00 stated, Tax Fund .$512,552 58 Total Kentucky, County or Gaxkakd, as Statx of I. B. F. Hddsdn. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the .above state ment is true to me oest oi my snowieoge ana B- - 9. HRMON. Cuhter. hollAf Loans and discounts Conneticnt, Continental, Glens Falls, German American, Fhenix of Brooklyn, New- York Underwriters, - Rotary Motloa Liverpool & London & Globe. Ball Bearings. ail Nortk British & Mercantile Aetna Llfelns. Co.sf HarlfoiflXCH, m mi LIFE INSUEAM For sale by SPBINGFIELD nilEADJimilE 'insurance EQUITABLE E.lir. Arnold, Lancaster, Kentucky -- - company. GO fflittr ne'r.eent. tooA dot CuRESjNMGESTIjDN Thf Wiw far nearly all Diseases the taoaan system is ask to. j. LIFE INSURANCE JHO.T.HAYS. JJ.HAMII.TOW. J.X. S6B1HMK - A. C. KoMbAhl L. DaTMMEt, Lncjter " li:l0A.ii i Morth-b'a- Horth-b'B- d Moata-V- a Jae. Mem. J' zixr. Dr. Otto's prii YfMIP Cotlfjh. m UMAX v ' Gum Balsam Cmtm JMt tfM MshIMm. tor ChlMrM. ' v sHraaleby Price, 25 Cents. rsrasfety B, B. McBoberto. Subscrlbed and aworu to before me this 13 dayoftfept.lSW. S. C.DENNY, Notary PubUe. Cobbict Attest: libiisii ftlaiiftn Igts Ludnu, t ;. HiRHafltofcRiMiM,Atta-ieys - B lMcBoberts. . lewis Y. Lkavkxl, J.U.HIGOIKBOTHAIT, awl Cuelrg at Law j.j.waucu, DlrMfen. : Kmitjckt LANCASTER, KY;