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Cleanses LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER r i 2, i 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR FILTER House for rent. W. J. Romai ' rs i ENTIRELY with vs. LANCASTER AND VICINITy. County court Monday. Barrel salt T. Currey. J Josephs 28, 1899.) at Gaines'. Timothy seed forie. Tons of new Fall goods at Hand made saddles are going cheap. Water thorniilily Hew goods by the waWn load Joseph's. Ny at J. at Haselden's For sale, 7 bushel barrel salt $L 50 W. McC. Johnston is building a handsome residence on Danville St. H. B. Northcott. Perfect in everv -- 4 Harness and saddles at greatly reduced prices for this week and next. J. R. Haselden. R. L. Jennings & Co. at Paint Lick, will pay 101c per dozen for eggs in trade. Details IN EVERY DETAIL. Separates trash from the water before the water U filtered. Water fitters lipward through seive, from being mixed with filtering iraieriai. uira nests, leaves, trasn etc.. cannot DOjsIblv enter filtering material, as it is cauRh in the bottom of filter before water is mtere. 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 in other filters from dampness. 12, Wanted, Turkeys, &eese, Ducks and A line of Worsted dress goods worth Chickens will payhighest market 25, 35, 0, and 75c, all. at lOcgo II. Ji. Njoutiicott. price. per. yd. R. L. Jennings & Co. J. R. HASELD-hUN- , Lancaster, Ky. Don'tfail to seethe Tailoring dis: The Masonic lodge meets Tuesday play at J. C. HempHill's on Friday and night, at which time there will prob Saturday of this week. ably be a third degree. The most important matter ever The Iadlea Aid Society. before the people of Garrard county is Will meet with Mrs. Walter Beazley the rail road scheme now being push Saturday afternoon at the usual hour. ed. Call Friday or Saturdaf, and see as Dr. Goldstein, the celebrated opti large line of Woolens for men's wear resume his regular anyxor tne large cian has decided to as you will rind in visits to Lancaster and will return cities. J. C; Hemphill. Oct. 10. See card in this issue. Now is the time to get you a good Seed Wheat. air tight stove. We bought our goods I have between 500 and 600 bushels before the advance, and will give our of good seed wheat for sale, of the Evcustomers the advantage of them. HighGrade variety. J. R. Haseldkn. erett's Jno. W. Miller. lm Ladies, we will soon' have our bin Lost! stock displayed andmarked. It is the Somewhere aronnd Public Square, a handsomest ever shown in Central ladies silk umbrella with crooked han Kentucky. JJosEPn. dle. Return to this offlc, and get re The handsome dwelling of Captain ward. Thos Austin, on Crab Orchard street, We have to make room for fall, goods is rapidly nearing completion. It is and will sell a great many goods at considered one of the best built and cost, and some at less than cost. R. most convenient houses in town. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick Ky New Butcher Shop, good meat and Our lone experience in buying goods low prices, stand at old post offlce on enables us to get the right stock at j ! Danville street. I will also pay high tne rjgiib pnues. 1IT tau rl j"l est market price in cash for all kinds flguers that cannot be met by others. R. E. Thompson. 4t of produce. J. Joseph. 1 l- Beazley & Bangliman, Fnneral Directors. Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty. Full-Lin- e tc of . . . Furniture and Carpets. Speaking Monday. The committee securing the right John Feland will address the of way for the railroad is meeting voters of Garrard, on. behalf of the with remarkable success. Everyone republican ticket, in Lancaster next seen, so far, has been exceedingly reaMonday at 1.30 o'clock. Everybody sonable, and their good sense is being ITon. invited. complimented on all hands. J. 5. HA5ELDEN Attorney at Law Lancaster. Held Over. Speaking Court Day. lion. James I). Black, of Barbours- - The three young men charged with ville, will speak at the court house in breaking the electric lights, waived Lancaster, Monday, Sept. 25th, at 1:30 examination and were held to the p. m., in the interest of the Demo grand jury in the sum of live hundred cratic ticket. Mr. Black is an able dollars each. The bond was readily lawyer and splendid speaker. given. To Buy f -- - OB NOT TO BUY. That is The Question. It is true you may not possess the riches of the millionaire or the shining dust of a returned Alaskan, "but with such TEMPTINGr PRICES 1 and splendid values can you afford to pass them "by? rings more new goods BniraiBK of Railroad Through Gar rard All now Depends on tne County Doing her Part. A.large line of plush and fur robes, lowest prices. J. R. Haselden. From the telegram sent here last Danville will suffer from a case of Wednesday, one would have been lead "Uncle Tom's Cabin" on the night of to believe the Southern Railway's ex tension was to be made through Gar the 28th. rard for a certainty, whether the The prettiest line'of dress goods ever y was donated or not. We shown in Lancaster is now being open ed at Joseph's; have found some to believe this, and i Experience has taught us how to want to assure them right now, most emphatically, that the road will not measure you for a stylish tailor-mad- e suit, or overcoat. be built here unless the ground is giv Logan & Robinson. en the company. The Southern has Come and get a Tailor made suit at made this survey, and its officers say reaay-maa- e prices, utferrect satisn it is exactly what they want, both in tion guaranteed. JC. Hemphill. grade and in curvature. How they Wanted, Eggs, butter, bacop, lard' will not run another line, nor enter and all kinds of couniiryproduce, will tain any proposition whatever to go pay highest market price in goods or another route if Garrard comes up to cash. Faulconer & Herndon. her offer in the matter. Garrard can Rev. L. Robinson will preach Sun and will, unquestionably deliver the day morning and evening at the Meth goods if the land owners are anything odist church, and at McKendree Sunlike reasonable in their demands. As day afternoon. the money has to be made up by priMr. Wachtel is a practical cutter, vate subscription, of course we can and will guarantee to'Vive .you a per fect fit, no matter what neculiarity of not raise the amount necessary to pay unreasonable and disgustingly outragform you have. J. C. Hemphill. eous prices for the little strip of land Having sold my business, I desire to close my old books Come and settle running through a farm. Our people either by cash or not, want to sell all are perfectly willing to pay actual my bad papers to some one else. G. S. damages, but when a man has the Gaines. nerve to ask the price for his entire Rev. Ira Partin has closed a meet farm, it is stretching the blanket just ing at Waynesburg, in which 26 ad a little toofar. Any man, with ordi ditions were made to the church, 18 nary business ability, can see that the of whom were baptised. He was as- building of this road here means many sisted by Rov. Stamper. dollars in the pockets of every citizen Encourage Good Tilings. of the county, and, if his land is now Don't wade to the depot through so valuable, that it will make it al darkness and mud, but telephone Rice most doubly so. If thosa along the Benge and have his handsome 'bus to your door. This is an enter line will only talk to parties over call at prise that should certainly be encour whom a road now runs, thoy will learn aged. that a railroad is not the disadvantage that some croaks are trying to make Only for "Jockey" g The ordinance, pub them believe. As far as the commitlished in this issue, is intended to tee has gone, they have mat with fa break up "Jockey Row", the biggest vorable replies from the land owners, nuisance the town has to contend and some of them have seen so clearly with. It is only meant to break up the gangs. If two men want to trade the advantage it will be to them that or exhibit horses on the streets, in an they have donated the land. We can orderly way, of course they will not be not beleive that we have any citizens interfered with. so narrow-minde- d that when approached by the committee thev will try For Hog Killing. Benge & Miller have constructed to gouge their neighbors of Garrard first-claslaughter pens and are pre- by asking fabulous prices. We do not pared to kill and dress your hogs or believe there is one in the county who cattle at reasonable figures. The pens is so fond of a penny, or so greedy and" are located at end of Totten avenue and are in every particular. selfish as to try and stop this road and Have your meat killed where it can be thus forever and eternally shut us out properly handled and by expert hands. from the world of commerce and pro gress, or course the courts can be called upon to condemn the land, but Chance Tor Colored Men. d colored men now have The Recoud would dislike very much an opportunity to get into the army, for it to go out to the world that Gar see the world and at the same time rard has within her borders a man make good wages. The war departand penny-wis- e ment has issued an order for the or that is so as to place an obstacle in the way ganization of two negro regiments to be known as the Forty-eight- h and of the county's march to prosperity Forty-nintThey will be organized and advancement. Boyle and Lincoln at Fort Thomas, Ky., and Jefferson counties are standing with open arms , Barracks, Mo. for this road, and will not only give A Gr.'Rt Convenience. the right of way, but will come up Rice Benge has arranged to run his with any other request the rord may new bus to meet all trains. He will see proper to ask. Now, as we said at call for you at your residence, if you give the order over the telephone, and the outset, this road through Garrard get you to depot in ample time. This only depends upon the right-o- f way. 'bus will be at the depot at night, and The company has the survey they is one of the greatest accommodations want, it is as near perfect as it is pos the town has ever had. The Record sible to make a road in this country, would suggest the people patronEvery It; to Joseph's. right-of-waAble-bodieshort-sighted New Goods. Our Fall and "Winter goods are now arriving daily. Stock will soon be complete. We arejshowing handsome line of Plaids and Novelty Dress Goods. Our line of Black Crepons can't be beat Come in early and make your choice before the pretty ones are picked up. also handle a line of Samples from a Chicago House who makes We Ladies Tailor-Had- e Suits. We take measures and guaran tee fits. Come in and see our line of samples. . OGAN DRY GOODS Lovely dress goods 11c. 0 at JosEPn' September 1st and after eggs cash, H. B. Northco Logan & Robinson. Do you want a stylish tailor-mad- e suit? If so, leave your measure with Storeroom Fori Beat. Will rent room X now occudv an give possession at once; Stock of goods now low and will be sOld as a whole at a great bargain. J. W. Sweeney. a pavement laid the whole length of his property. It is one of longest stretches of pavement (except the Graded School) to be laid in town. When the residents along these side streets comply with the law, our town will have the most complete sidewalks in Central Kentucky. r- - Keep the Work Going. II. A. B. Marksbury is having Fall Opening. On Friday and Saturday Sept. 22nd md 23rd, Mr. E. Wachtel of the tail oring firm of Kahn Bros, will have on display with J. C. Hemphill, their entire stock of Woolens, consisting of all the latest novelties, both in foreign and domestic weaves, and this is a rare opportunity of seeing as large a stock displayed as you will find in any of the large cities. Don't fail to see this immense display, and have your measure taken by a practical Tailor. J. C. Hemphill. Cheap Ratea to New York via C. Jc O., Account Dewey Celcbra'Ioa. On account of the Dewey Celebra tion the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets to New York City on September 26th. 27th and 28th, at $24.60 for the round trip, limited to October 4th returning, and on account of the Dewey Reception at Washington, D. C. will sell round trip tickets to Washington on September, 30th and October 1st, atSlD.40, limited to October 6th. The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway is the only line from Lexington with through sleepers and dining cars to New York and Washington without change. For sleeping car reservation apply. or write to Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A. Lexington Ky. tf. Cincinnati Excursion Sunday. The L. & N., will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday at $1.25. As the season is getting late, there MUU I M m H m All Wool Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12. -n .n r 1. eTl j x ou 1 nave never 1Dougnu a iuii bulu suou. as wicc ucau flnVBllATl mtYnKV . gold,-a- s some clothiers advertise Our suits are not worth their weight in their suits to he, hut our suits are worth every dollar we ask for them. We would like the pleasure of showing you what we have to offer this Fall, and we assure you that NO ONE will he more welcome at our store than -r- ms for sleigh hells yet but come and hear the merry jingle of the LOWEST PRICES ever made on MENS FALL SUITS. It is not time ize this bus in good weather as well as in bad, for if it does not pay, of course it will not be continued. Ring Up Mr. Benge and have him call for you. The fare is excedingly reasonable. The New Garrard. This is the name adopted or the hotel now being built. Poeple who have traveled and know what they are talking about, say this will be the finest hotel they ever saw in a country town. It is, undoubtedly, the biggest and most convenient in this section of the state. Messrs Ryan, the contractors, have had much trouble in getting material, and, consequently, have been much delayed, but the building will be ready for occupancy within the next six Meeks or two months. The com pany has not yet rented the building to anvone. though thev have manv applications. They will exercise much caution In making the contract with a renter and use all precaution to keep out any renter who is not arst-clas- s hotel man, and one who will endeavor Unless to starve out his patrons. they do get a man who "will feed" they will soon find the building a white elephant, as the traveling public will hunt a place where they can get good victuals well prepared. especially, will never patronize, where "short rations" are served. Its all well enough to rent to "3 northern man" but if the renter wints to build up the house he must give "Kentucky" feed to his guests. See that he sets a good table, breth ren, 9nd you will soon find "The New Garrard" a paying Investment. s, that 1 - 1- .LI- 4-- yourself. ' H H H M H W Ladies, Misses and Childrens Fiqe FootWear A SPECIALTY. " tern Factories. Our MENS SHOES are the VERY BEST that can be loaght of Eas Our Hats are Stylish. Our Neckwear is the Latest. LOGAN & ROBINSON. may be no more of these cheap rates, and those wanting a cheap and pleasant trip will do well to take it in. they want to strike the territory There will be base ball, the Lagoon. reached via this line, and no other Coney Island and ten thousand other line will be run if Garrard comes to attractions. Train leaves Lancaster 2:52 a. m. returns at 12:29 night. the front as she should and is perfect at ly able to do. The survey will be comA Fine Remtauraat. Many Garrard people will be glad to pleted to Jellico within the next ten Concerning A Railroad. Our friends over in Boyle county are or fifteen days and if this county know that their old friend, Chas. Rice, ugain has charge of the restaurant at hustling for the Southern and the stands ready to deli ver the goods, work Danvilleopposite Fox's stable) and is Advocate is putting in some sledgeof construction will be at once begun. better prepared than ever to wait up hammer blows to stir up the people. As the distance from here to Burgin is on his patrons. He gives you every In Monday's issue it says: short, it will only be a short time until thing the market affords, it is well Some people say: "It's no use trying to get trains can be running to this county. prepared and his prices are very reson county,that new railroad through Boyle the farmers will oppose it." to see him and get a square Fellow citizens of Garrard, now is the able. Call The farmers will do nothing of the meal and the best of attention. kind. The average Boyle county faropportunity of your life. If you let mer is too good a business man to miss a chance like this. this pais, you may as well sit down and Salre W. F. Henry. It is a'plain business proposition. If W. After a lingering i'lness, 'Squire content yourself to always pay high F. Henry died at his home, 3 miles another railroadtowould add more money every year a man's Income, he freight rates, and be compelled to ship from town, Monday night. He had oppose your products to one market. Why been a man of splendid health until a would be a fool to makes it. One thing that wheat six or do this when the new road will open a year or so ago, when he began to fail. eight cents a bushel cheaper in Danville than at some distant points is line to all the North, East and South? 'Squire Henry was born in Garrard that it costs six to ten cents per bush- years ago, near ei io get u 10 ine otner market. county seventy-seve- n We do not believe you will. the spot where he died. He began in if another railroad mnning through early manhood to lead a life of hones - 'the county would reduce the freight Anotlf r Fight at Faint Lick. on wheat two cents a that occurred between The Roller ty and industry, and by doing so strict cents would be added bushel, price two It to the the Mills of Burnam & Rucker and their ly he soon won the high esteem and iarmer geis ror nis gram. for friendship of the people of the county. And if, by the same means, the customers and trade, and itseemed a while that the mills were about to He was repeatedly elected as magis- freight on coal would be reduced 20 per cent., would get licked but Burnam & Rucker have trate of his district, and held that of- cheaper herecoal home. be that much at put on a double force of men and are fice for years. By reasonable economy, That way we would be benefitted now running their plant both night he earned an estate worth from thirty both coming and going. If, therefore, and day. They are now prepared for to forty thousand dollars. He leaves a man planks down one hundred dolto help trade and exchange fully. Come from three children, viz: James R., Mrs. H. lars this year hundred get a railroad and saves five or five thounear and far, you can be accomodated C. Arnold, and Mrs. Sallie Saunders. sand during the next ten years, the generally inside of 30 minutes. Re- After scripture reading and prayer by matter is reduced to a simple business member we stand on our flat feet and Rev. Clark, the remains were taken in proposition. That's all there is in it." state to the public that we are experts charge by the Lancaster Masonic fraternity and interred In the family our business. at Burnam & Buckkb. j burying lot, near the house. More local on page 3, i CENTRAL RECORD XYIBY WKEK BT MARKSBURY. Henry Parks sold a horse and bug- py for $75. The nice rain of Monday night and the prospect of the railroad coming our way have made our farmers very cheerful. Mrs. Levi Norris, of Bryantsville, is visiting friends and .relatives in this Misses Georgia Henry community of Lancaster, and Jennie Arnold, of Oklahoma, visited MissSarah Herring Miss Ruth Aldridge spent Sunday last week witli Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Mr. and Burdett, at Bryantsville Mrs. H II Bogie' spant Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sam Hughes Mr and Mrs T I Her at Danville ring and little sons, Fleece and Floyd, visited friends and relatives in Lin coln part of last week ..Mr. Ebb Kennedy and Miss Fannie Sutton of Preachersville, and Miss Jennie and Gracie Morgan, of Sweeney were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hackely, of Buena Vista, visited Mr. Reuben "Naylor Tuesday .. .Messrs Joe and Sam Haselden, of Lancaster and Everett Gould, of Indiana, visited Mr and Mrs. M. G. Aldridge Sunday. You may bridle the appetite, but you can not bridle the liver to ao its work well. You must be honest .with it, help it along a little now and then with a dose of I1ERBINE, the best liver regulator. Price 50 cts.. C. C. & J. E. Stormes PAINT LICK. rAnl&lihe of Candies,1 Cigars, and Tqpacco'at R. L. Jknning3 & Co. '.fRevs. Childers, of Pineville, and Howes, of .College Hill, are conducting a'protmcted meeting at "Walnutta church. Don't. forget to call for tickets on Silverware at R. L. Jenninq3 & Co. Howard Preston, of Bryantsville, has accepted a position in Burnam & Rucker's mill as second miller. Their mill is running night and day to keep up with their orders. Trade at our store and get first class goods and a nice present besides. R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick Ky. R. L. Jennings and wife were hand somely entertained upon their return home last Friday night. There were about fifty people present and all had a nice time. The Paint Lick string band furnished music for the occa sion. The young couple received a great many handsome presents from their relations and friends. As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curative power, BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is not equaled by any other in the world. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. BRYANTSVILLE. Quite an interesting meeting is in progress at Hickman oridge. Eld. Allen will fill his regular ap pointment at Pleasant Grove Sunday. There will be preaching at the Methodist church here Sunday by the regular pastor. Mrs. Taylor Burdett visited rel atives in Louisville last week.. ..Miss Hallie Jennings will visit friends in Danville this week. Mrs. Haselden has returned from the cities where she purchased a nice line of millinery, and asks those oweing her to please call and settle as sh needs the money. As usually treated a sprain will disable the injured person for ' three or four weeks, but if Chamberlain's Pain Balm is freely applied a complete cure may be effected in a very few days, Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm. CARTERSVILL fi. J ZO UIH ZANDRAK. Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. YlAB, IK ADV1HCI. JOHK Months. .$1.00 . .80 The Tackey Party given by Mrs. B Carter, Saturday evening was quite a success and greatly enjoyed by tue young people, it was given in Mrs Jim Conn's garden. Quite a num ber were present and expressed them selves as having a jolly time: Miss Jennie Roberts and EphHammack received first premium, ant John Green and Miss Gertrude Roop sec ond. 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. Mrs. James Roop has bee"n quite ill for several days. . . ."Walter Hammack, of Lancaster, was the guest of home folks Sunday Dr. Perkins, of Wal- laceton, has moved into the house va cated by "W L Allen, the latter having moved into his new cottage Misses Lula and Milda Napier and Miss Chester Cochran, were the guests of Miss Martha Nance, of Paint Lick, Saturday.... Several of our young people were entertained at the home of two of our most "charming young .ladies Monday evening, Misses Leah and Dora Robinson Miss Lizzie Dawson, quite an interesting little girl of Kirksvjlle, was the guest of Miss Cora "Will Roop, Saturday and Sunday Ramsey Hammack was the guest of Miss Lula Napier, Sunday ....Eph Hammock and Mrs Fannie Keohler, spent the day at Flatwoods, Sunday Miss Milda Napier and your correspondent visited the school of Mr. Arnold, Friday, and heard several nice recitations by the little folks. l ? " " . 3b Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE. THURSDAY,Scptember21 18&9 following editorial in Satur is of much in terest to Garrard county people at present: "The announcement that the South, em railway has determined to build an extension 115 miles long, from Bur- gin to Jellico, is only one of many indications of the industrial revival which, though coming late to. Kentucky, is coming at last. This being an agricultural State, ithas not shared in the remarkable prosperity of the manufacturing sections, which began as early as 1897, and the work of developing its resources has been almost suspended for years. However, both in Kentucky and in other parts of the South, we see the movement has now been begun on a substantial basis. Large purchases of timber and mineral lands are being reported every week, and with this news there comes, as might be expected, evidence of railroad building. The Southern railway is taking the initiative in the matter of constructing new lines, although the Louisville and Nashville and the Illinois Central arc each spending very large sums in betterments on their old tracks in this state. "Within a short time we shall doubtless hear of new roads projected, making substantial additions to mileage and opening up in new directions the vast mineral, timber and agricultural resources of the State. The mileage of Kentucky is far too small for a condition of high agricultural prosperity, not to men tion the development of our Manufactures, for which so many natural ad vantages are offered. Millions of acres of line farming lands are so remote from railway lines that thev can not send to market, and instead of producing a surplus the farmers of that sectiion are content with making a bare living. "With new railroads to open up the markets these now inac cessible regions would be regenerated. The people of that part of the state through which the new Southern line is to pass are to be congratulated. This city will be a large beneficiary. 1 The day's i J 7 Nature herself clad la the early garbs, of trees and flowers cansinff spring, the despondent chord to Tibrate to this, the most delightful of all, springtime and how do yon feel? Hare you that tired shaky feeling. dispose of, or if you desire t" purchase trie lore runner oi wains, --aaiana mu t pass If so, yoa must sickness;this warning The Graded School and an era of gen as It Is aa indication of not aTold this; t nothing. us as our advice eral prosperity, with a prospect for consnlt your druggist and costs yoa bottle of procure a Call on water-work- s and another railroad, Dr. Carlstedt's t German I4-- er Powder. Take day-abed 2j have caused a number to seek homes one dose aprocuring time for lis days; thea follow by boitie oi 'n-niiter Tonic following the direction. ... in our city, and the value of property weeks' course of these two reav -- .cdes, two yoa .e look like the flowers f ?i has been enhanced. Although seven- will feel yourself for the malarialluor cot spnng. season Prepare teen residences have gone no. this when the atmosphere is full of germs. It yon. yonr sjstcm year, there is not a vacant house in necessary and whenThese jceaseaieswarns siocs m repeat the above. I the city, and even building lots will mad sold by TL E. McRoberts soon be in demand. Until it is settled t Real and Sold. I.am in a position toadvertise property and to get fair prices for it. Please consult me if you have any to Estate-Bough- HAS NATURE WARNED YOU? 5 that the new ! Courier-Journa- l, Don't Take a Worthless Substitute. h T RE A Veritable oIcRoberts. GREAT DISCOVERY. Gold mine Found Near Dripping Springs by Lancaster men. The Record PREACHERSYILLE. "W the kindness of a friend, was enabled this week to get "onto" a scheme now being "put into tangible shape, which will make Garrard county famous all over this country and bring thousands of dollars into the pockets of the promoters. The gentlemen at the head of the project wanted the matter kept quiet until all plans were completed, so don't tell anyone about it. Last week, while spending a few days at Dripping Springs, Major Jim Through Burnside, Col. "W. S. Ferguson, Thurmond Anderson and one or two others found a spnng up in the hills to which it was evident no person had ever been, being hidden under a ledge of rocks and in a part of the mountain to which no one ever had occasion to go. The stream is about the size or a rye straw, but .comes out veryrapid- ly. As the crowd was a little thirsty, they drank freely of the watei (with out sugar in it.) In the course of an hour or so the water was so refreshing they began to feel, as Maj. Burnside They want said, "Like around "the parlors of the ed hotel, dance and talk soft to the girls as they were wont to do some fifty years ago. They made several other trips to the spring and felt so rejuvi-nate- d that the entire crowd came to town that night, cutting short the proposed three weeks' visit to Drip ping. The next day the party met, according to agreement, and arranged to buy the spring. They engaged attorney J. Mort Rothwell by telephone and had him secure an option on the spring and two hundred acres of land adjoining. As most of the gentlemen are of limited means, they at once set about to secure assistance. After an explanation of what the water would do, etc., they found ready backers,but each man approached insisted on be ing taken in as a stockholder instead of lending them the money. A hotel to cover three acres will be erected, with all modern improvements, such as electric lights, fans, good soft plac es to loaf and lie around, etc. Board will be furnished at $5 per day, but no guest will be allowed to remain on the premises more than two days. Maj. Burnside will be kept there to entertain the guests, have charge of the dance hall and keep the other eye on the spring to see that the water is not wasted, or the spring carried away The chief clerkship will be offered to Captain Tom Elkin, and the company has no doubt but that he will accept. On the suggestion of Capt. "W. C. the company decided to erect a bottling establishment, and will sell the wonderful discovery at fifty cents per half pint. This will furnish em ployment to many sober.steady hands, "Will Ferguson and Ed Hopper, of Cov ington, will travel for the enterprise and set forth the wonderful power of the water. Cant. Mike Salter and Thurmond Auderson will meet all trains at Crab Orchard until the Southern Railway completes its line to the spring. The hotel will not be completed until next spring, but those learning of the discovery have already spoken for rooms. Dr. Leslie McMurtry, of Danville, will assist, in the office. There are many other points about the project which we have not space to bring out, but a few minutes talk with any of the gentlemen will convince one that they have a gold mine in the scheme. "Will Ferguson will transport from Ireland some of the soil that St. Patrick blessed to keep the snakes out of their boots. B Ragan sold four of his cattle for $99. Corn cutting is in full blast. Stanford, at Tobacco is most all in the house. Richard Robinson sold a horse to James Farris for S35. The Sunday school at Stony Point is in a flourishing condition. Mrs. "W II Cummins has been on the sick list for several days. Boin, to the wife of J M Meadors, a boy. Mother and child doing well. George Anderson bought a work horse from Will Elmore for $50 Mr. Josh Hurt finished threshing wheat last Friday, and pulled his ma J S Hutchins sold a nice chinery in home. gelding to "Will Kendrick for $65. Mr. and Mrs. C M Gastineau will Jones Anderson bought a nice mule visit friends in Pulaski county this colt from John Anderson for $45. Mr and Mrs. Crit CorsilluF, week J L Hutchins bought a yearling or liobtown, Madison county, were steer from John Peace for $18.50. visiting J M Meaders last week WALLACET0N. Rev. "W B Ragan. Presiding Elder of Mesdames Betty Comley, Frank Law the London District, is here visiting Richard Soper sold to J A Baker son and George McLear, will start to home folks. Indiana, "Wednesday.for a two months Rev. S M Carrier, the new Metho two hogs at. 4c per pound. dist preacher has arrived to take An infant of Alfred Corbin and wife stay" with friends and relatives. died on the ICth inst., after a linger charge of the Preachersville circuit. Stopped The Back-AcliImportantas this undertaking is, howThe Baptist church at this place ing illness. A. R. BASS, Morgantown, Ind ever, it is trilling in comparison to the Mrs. "Wm Wilson has been suffering writes: I was afflicted with Kidney general development of which this is have called Bro. Carmical, of Mt. Ver which js surely non, to serve them as pastor for an very severely for the past week with disease and had to get up quiet often only an incident, but a felon on her thumb, but after hav- during the night and suffered severe other year. coming. pains in Kidneys and with backache, Mr. and Mrs. Menifee Elmore were ing it lanced twice is now better. "Wm. Ashcr is making preparation Mr. visiting relatives here Sunday I used Foley's Kidney Cure, after tak T)ea.tii entered the home of States Senator Blackburn Sun and Mrs J F Pettus were visiting at to build a new front to his dwelling ing three bottles 1 am entirely cured Mr J on Main Street. It will be covered C. C. & J. E. Stormes. day night and struck Mrs. Blackburn, Crab Orchard the other day wife of the Senator. Mrs. Blackburn F Clark and family were visitingRich- - with shingles which he is shaving The Jew. Sam himself by hand with a "drawing had been a great sufferer from heart ard Robinson's family, Sunday The Jew is not a disturber of the disease for many months and had re- Adams, of Bee Lick, was visiting Geo, knife." Dr. Perkins and family who moved peace of any country. Even his ene ceived every attention that loving Colson, Monday. to oour town nine months ago, have mies will concede that. He is not a case was care could bestow, but the The great success of Chamberlain's very serious from the start. There is CoJic , Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy moved to Cartersville, where he has loafer, he is not a sot, he is not noisy, is a no public man who has more friends in the treatment of bowel complaints bought property. Their many friends he is not brawler or rioter, he not quarelsome, writes Mark Twain in in this county than Senator Blackburn has made it standard over the greater hated to have them leave our town. Harper's Magazine. In the statistics and in his bereavement he has the part of the civilized world. For sale The most delicate constitution can rf crime his presence is conspicuously our citizens. by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, sympathy of lm safely use COUSSEN'S HONEY OF rare in all countries. "With murder TAR. It is a sure and pleasant rem- and other crimes of violence he has edy for coughs, loss of voice, and all Hon. John G. Carlisle now prac LEAF. but little to do; he is a stranger to the lung troubles. Price 25 and 50c. C. hangman. ticing law in New York, says he is out In the police court's daily of politics for good. Tlie Sun says he Rev. Echols will commence a pro C. & J. E. Stormes. long roll of "assault" and "drunken ayear, is making fifty thousand dollars tracted meeting here some time in A few days ago "Dick" Soper, aged disorderlies" his name seldom appears. There are many more men of brains October. 2G years, decided to go to Illinois, and That tue Jewish Home is a nome in who could soon become wealthy and A good many of our farmers are if possible make his fortune, but if the truest sense is a fact which no one useful citizens if they would only quit through cutting tobacco, and the not, to see some of the world any how. will dispute. The family is knitted dabbling in politics. Accordingly he bought for himself a together by the strongest affections, crop is good. valise,- packed his clothes, and secur- its members show each other every due "William Fish bought a field of corn "WiTn so many windy orators on the ed from each member of the family respect, and reverence for th&elders is of Beatty Garrett, to be fed down, at stump in Kentucky it looks like they their latest photo preparatory to star- an inviolate law of the house. The might blow up a rain. If they should 8L50 per barrel. howting. Before saying "good-bye"- , Jew is not a burden on the charities of "Willis Adams swaps horses so often the long suffering public will forgive ever, his mother showed unmistaka- the State nor of the city; these could when he gets in a crowd he can't ble signs of maternal affection, such that many of their transgressions. tell which is his horse only by his as are common on similar occasions, cease from their functions without af fecting him. "When he is well, he A fashion book says "Stockings saddle. and now Dick goes about the farm works, when he is incapacitated, his high this winter." Now, The surveying company passed thro whistling as merrily as if he had seen own people take care of him. And not will be worn how the devil are we newspaper men here last Thursday, we can't tell the entire country "across the river." in a poor and stingy way, but with a to know when to report a pretty girl whether they were establishing tine and large benevolence. His race TABLER'S BUCKEYE county road or locating the southern OINTMENT relieves as "stylishly dressed?" the intense itch- is entitled to be called the most be railroad. ing. It soothes, heals and cures chron- nevolent of all the races of men. A Mr. Dora Murray and Miss Mattie ic cases where surgeons fail. FxtoM our experience lately we have It is no Jewish beggar is not impossible, perHenry,-oplace, drove up to Rich experiment; its sales increase through haps; such a thing may this come to the conclusion the delinquent exist,but there mond, Saturday evening, and were its cures. Every bottle guaranteed. are few men that can say they have subscribers have formed a trust. made one. We wish them a long and Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes 75 cts. seen that spectacle. The Jew has been happy life. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. staged in many uncomplimentary Eruptions. Volcanic The healing properties of Banner Mr. Buck Colson and family left forms, but so far as I know no drama Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob Salve are truly marvelous. It is life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, thorough antiseptic and heals all on the lath inst., for Indiana, where tist has done him the injustice to stage they will make their future home. On him as a beggar. Whenever a Jew has cures them, also Old, Running and wounds, Cuts and Burns without leavthe day before their departure, about real need to beg, his people save him Fever Sors, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, ing a scar. C. C. & E. Stormes. J. fifty of their friends, including J A from the necessity of doing it. The Corns, "Wrats, Cuts, Bruises, Burns PA2TVTLT.H:, In reply to the query of the Flat-- Baker, of course he was there, came charitable institutions of the Jews are Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, wood correspondent, we will say that m with a bountiful supply of good supported by Jewish money, and ampBest Pile cure on earth Drives Gallery in Central Ky., having This is now the most and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box. we are not exactly converted to the things, and' made a surprise dinner. ly. The Jews make no noise about it ; been recently equipped with Cure guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Mc Mormon faith, but we believe in that The enjoyment was at its height and Ttjs done quietly; they do hot nag and lm portion of scripture where it says, the "Squire," whd never gets'enough pester and harass us for contributions; Roberts Druggist. Do unto others as you would have (?) was eating his peaches with as they give us peace, and set us an ex much zeal and delight as he eveV did amplean example which we have The United States government has others do unto you." The new discovery in optical science. Iwishtosayto the Ladies Uncle Armp Adams got a fall a few sixty years ago; and just as he was not found ourselves able to follow. commenced the shipment of horses to , that .the Philipine Islands. As they want weeks' ago and knocked a little piece wondering why, like the widow's barWeak Eyes Ace Made Strong. the very best, it will no doubt take of skin off of one of his legs. He didn't rel of meal and cruse of oil, they dim vision made clear, styes removed what few remaining good horses we pay any attention to it at first, but it "wasted not, neither did they fail," and granulated lids or sore eyes of any Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould began to hurt him and it is now brok- some one called his attention to the have to supply this demand. Ings, Patterns never, sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be kind speedily and effectually cured by en out in sores all over his leg, and is fact that his spoon had no bottom in appreCiawJu. ounuuie iui imuiiii nuui iuo Biuiyicsii .ruu iug.ru pu 10 the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye causing him much pala. Blimarch'i Iron Nerve. it, and that he was eating more in his the most Elaborate Paintings, an.ong the lot is the Hew French W salve. Its put up.in tubes, and sold on imagination than in reality. Hesa "Was the result of his splendid health Mduldings'specially suitable for delicate pictures, "FLEUR-DE-L- IS a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store Ills Life was Saved. he was "beat" and very unlike him Indomitab will and tremendous enerEmbroidered Mats, French Water Colors and ail pictures that require lm Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen self, confessed it as soon as he regain gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. No less than $200,000 in pennies is Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. f Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder-- f ed consciousness, but also expressed Cures INDIGESTION We will save you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. kept locked up in London automatic If you want these qualities and the ul deliverance from a frightful deatho the hope that "Walk may not hear machines, according wedge, foe The entering success they bring, use Dr. King's New In telling of it he says: "I had,taken it." to- - the computation of the mint offi nearly all Diseases "the Life Pills. They develop every power Typhoid Fever, that ran into pneumo cials. fcomaa system is nek to. A Word to mothers. hardened. I nia. My if brain and body. Only 25c at R. E. . No Keller for '20' Years. Mf.Roberts Druggist. lm was so weak I couldn't even sit up in Mothers of children affected with EDUCATION I have been troubled for the last bed. Nothing helped me. I expected croup or a severe cold need not hesila absolutely neceHary to the yoaa years with bronchial affection The Shawnee (111.) News, tells of a to soon die of Consumption, when., I tate to administer Chamberlain's twenty For Sale.by maa or jounx woman who wonld wla man who places straw in the road near heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. Co'jgh Remedy. It contains ho opi and at times have been bedfast. Have II. E. McRoberts. saoesM ia life- - This being conceded keep the dust from fly One bottle gave great relief. I con tin ate nor narcotic in any form and may tried a great many cough remedies his house to get your training at the school that strands la the very front rank ued to use It, and now am well and be given as confidently to the babe as but found no relief until tried Fo- W. McC JOHNSTO- N- JOHN T. JOHNSTON t it of first .Importance to ing. strong. I can't say too much in its to an adult. The great success that ley's Honey and Tar. I can honestly THE BRYANT to STBATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE ' A diseased liver declares itself by praise." This marvellous medicine is has attended its use in the. treatment recommend Foley's Honey and Tar as JOHNSTON JOHNSTON ; LOUISVILLE, KY. reliable, pleasant to moroseness, mental depression, lack of the surest and quickest cure in. the of colds and croup has won for it the a quick relief, energy, restlessness, melancholy and world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. approval and praise it has received take and sure cure for diseases of the Serea experienced teachers, each one a specialist la his line Graaaatea oi tnis Simyon, SHORTHAND, constipation. HERBINE will restore Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Trial throughout, the United States and in throat and longs. Hinerva Smith,414 Ciyil. Eifirietn a neaatlfal hook raaalaeatpeeluoBa I the liver to a healthy condition. Price bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drug. many foreign lands: For sale by R. .Washington 'Ave., Danville, 111. C. KY TELEGRAPH --T. LANCASTER, jot , every bottle guaranteed, E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm & J. E. Stormes.60c. C.C.& J. E. Stormes. Store; lm C5c. ea e. fellow-suffere- Farmers have commenced cutting their corn. J F Cook is delivering his wheat at railroad will be built, I offer the following property at the very low prices: No. 1. A handsome residence, of 10 rooms, with two cisterns and all necessary beautifully loca ted on Danville avenue. There arc fifteen acres of land attached, with a front of 690. feet, thus furnishing building lots, which can be sold at good prices. The property is owned by Mrs. H. C. Kauffman and can be bought at the low price of 35,000. No. 2. A valuable brick residence, of eight rooms, on Lexington avenue, known as the Dr. O. P. Hill property. This is one of the best houses in the city and is well located, in a quiet neighborhood. There is an abundance of fruit and water, ornamental and shade trees, a fertile garden and eve rything necessary to make it highly attractive and desirable. There are four acres of land attached, furnish ing three good building lots. For the present this property can be bought at the very low price of 84,500. 1 will show the above property to any one desiring to purchase. I will handle farms on reasonable terms. No sale no pay. M. D. Hughes Frog la Hoe. Frog Eye, the champion cake walk er, visited the Danville colored fair last week and, after capturing many dusky hearts, proceeded to fill up o- local option whiskey and take the town. Tom Helm, who, by the way, is one of the best officers in the stati. gathered Frog under his wing and took the "graceful" but unruly coon into police court where he was fin ed $15. Not having the coin. Froe was placed astride a rock pile where he will have ample time to rest his legs for his next engagement. No Right to Ugliness. LOWELL. 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,-brigeyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make a good look lllgb Bridge Excursions. Excursions are run from Cincinnati ing, charming woman of a and all points south every other Sun nvalid. Only 50 cents at RE. Mc lm day, to High Bridge. There isn't a Roberts' Drug Store. more beautiful place to visit than this entrancing spot, You can't afford to The Minnesota fish hatchery has miss it. The rate is remarkably low, placed 2,500,000 brook trout m the inOne Dollar from Cincinnati, Fifty land waters of that State this year. cents from Lexington, and like low Peking now has an electric railroad, rates irom oiner points, ask your running from the south gate of the ticket agent about it. You cannot af city to the steam railroad station, and ford to miss this pleasant day on the it is hoped that permission to enter river. Your ticket agent will give the city itself may be obtained soon. you rates, dates and schedules for The road is built by a German firm. these excursions. WONDERFUL CORE OF BIAK- RHOEA. Worrying Harry. Harry Gio van noli has for some time A prominent Virginia Editor Had Albeen tearing his hair and lying wake most Glvea up, but was Brought Back to perfect Health by nights worrying over whether the Chamberlain' Colic Chol-erfamous fishing stream between here aud Diarrhoea and Little Britian should be spelled Remedy. "Dicks" or "Dix" river, necontends, READ HIS EDITORIAL. however, it should be "Dicks" and From the Times, Hillstilie, Va. willing to swear by it. "We had never I suffered with Diarrhoea for a long seen it other than "Dix" before the time and thought I was past being clever Advocate man took up the case. cured. I had spent much time and As what Harry says always goes, we money and suffered so much misery guess he is, as usual, right. that I had almost decided to give up all hopes of recovery and await the Going Down Hill, result, but noticing the advertisement Poople of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Suffering Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tesfrom Kidtimonials stating how some wonderful ney Diseases cures had been wrought by this remfeel a gradual edy, I decided to try it. After taking but steady loss of a few doses I was entirely well of that strength and vitaltrouble, and I wish to say further to ity. They should my readers and that 1 loose no time in trying am a hale and hearty man y and Foley's Kidney Cure, a feel as well as I ever did in my life. Guaranteed Preparation. O. R. Moork. Sold by R. E. 3IcRob-ert- s, C. C. & J. E, Stormes. Druggist. lm. ht run-dow- n 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. If she has constipation or kidney trouble, her SCHOOL BOOKS. Dont forget that we have many SECOND HAND BOOKS AS GOOD AS NEW PILE AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. R. E. M ROBERTS. - Fox jQrl Gallery. te carlstedt's liver Th.o Marvelous An afim ate Ienae German Powder ' Tbeso Xienses FLATTXIL -- penny-in-the-sl- lungs-beca- Price, 25 Cents. A BUSINESS I k ui BOOK-KEEPIN- - . ran. IS NOW COjVUNG r Our stock of Fall and Winter Shoes is the finest in Central Kentucky, and Quality or Prices. IN-JfE- f OUR FALL STOCK 1 CLOTHING. We defy Competition on B m Our line of Underwear is Complete and Handsome. See these garments before making your selection. Remember, We handle nothing but the best goods Money ean buy. la Overcoats, wo simply surpass all compotitors, and can show you the Nobbiest, Best and Most btyiisli garments to be seen anywhere. I Emm.,, The GLOBE. J-ing Wm. Arnold and family. Dave" looks like a J d. L PROHMAWT & CTo. More Local. Latest novelties in fall shoes at seph's The GLOBE. m CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY Septcniber21 1899 "Uncle ' Jo- A130UT PEOPLE. Mrs. Bobert Fox has been visiting relatives in Louisville. Fred Frisbie has returned from a visit to Augusta and Cincinnati. Mr. B. E. McBoberts made a business trip to Lexington this week. Mrs. H. M. Smith and children are visiting relatives in Bristol, Tenn. Mr. Ed Moritz, of St. Louis, was in this city the past week on business. Miss Lillie Grant has been visiting friends in Paint Lick for a few days. Miss Eliza Lusk lias returned from a two weeks' visit to Dripping Springs. Mrs. Louis Landram entertained Capt. V. C. McFarland at tea Friday. Dr. W. S. Beazley has gone to and will return next week. Wade Bush, of St. Louis, is the guest of his parents, Dr. Bush and wife. John Mount, of LaGrange, has been visiting his uncle, Mr. Bobt. E McRoberts. Mr Randolph Ilarris and wife, of Lincoln, have been visiting Mrs. E "W Harris. J. M. Logan has returned from his Siini-anutrip to the East to buy goods. J. Joseph returned from the East yesterday, whither he went to buy goods. Miss Olivia Sweeney has been visiting her aunt, Mrs W M Jones, in "Winchester. Miss Hattie Brown, of London, has been visiting her cousin, Miss Mabel Royston. Miss Mary Ilackley, of Danville, is the guest of Misses Frankye and Bessie Doty. Mrs H C Payne, of Lexington, is expected this week to visit her sister, Miss Jane Ilopper. Miss Frankye Doty has returned home from Danville where she has been visiting friends. The picture of the handsome Miss 's Mary Woolridge appeared in Satur-urday- Courier-Journa- l. Miss Mattie Thompson has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs R. L. Jennings, in Paint Lick. Rev. Christian, of Danville, filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. Margaret Sutton, of Marksbu-r- y has been visiting herdaughter,Mrs. Ben Hughes, on Danville avenue. Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith have returned from the cities with a beautiful line of fall millinery. Letcher Owsley and wife were visitors in Irvine, Ky., Monday, at which speech place he made a for the Democratic ticket. Miss Sallie Smithnd Dr. G. A. Tray lor, returned to Hubble Saturday after a weeks visit to Miss Rebecca Williams, of Hyattsville. Miss Carolyn Taylor, of Augusta, entertained Monday evening in honor of her guests, Miss Hudson and Mr. Frisbie who were her visitors. Mr. David Arnold and Mrs, Hemphill, of Nicholasvilie, have been visit Colored Mr. J. B. Collier and son, Charley, Wanted. I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at are spending the week at Dripping. $L00 cash. R. LElkin. m25tf The Recruiting officer at Lexington Ky., has just received instructions to Mr. Thomas N. Conn and pretty Remember, you get the very lowest enlist colored men for daughter, Miss Maude, of Shelby prices on tailor-mad- e suits at Logan calvary service in the Philipine Iscounty, who have been visiting rela & Robinson's. lands. These men are wanted atonce, tives here, returned to their home Tuesday. Smith & Currey, Agents for Dan- and should apply immediately to the Recruiting Officer at Lexington, Ky. In Lexington Sunday, we learned ville Steam laundry. Work shipped Boys between 18 and 21 years of age and received daily. Shirt waists a that Casey M. Owsley is much improv must have written consent of parents ed in health, though far from being specialty. Offlce.at T. Curreys grocery or guardian, witnessed by a third tf. person. well. He will take a trip through the store. South next month, which, the physiDon't Read Tills! Hog cholera is playing havoc in this cians say, will help him greatly. After August 1st we will have for county. In the last ten days Col. W. The Middlesboro News says Col. D. sale the best coal in any quanity at S. Fergurson lost 97, and reports of G. Colson, who has been confined for a the lowest price. It will pay you to deaths are coming from all quarters. couple weeks with paralysis, has about see us before buying. Office and yard Robinson bought of Denny and Da recovered, and was able to be up opposite the Granary. W. B. Moss & tf. vison about tnree car loads of fine catThursday. He was removed from his &Co. tle, averaging 1,400, at 5 cents. office to his country home. W C Carpenter, of Mercer, sold to A luns Irritation Judge Burnside entertained Capt. W Eastland ten steer calves at $15.20 Is the forerunner to cousumplson McFarland at supper Saturday evening and to M J Farris five 750-l- b heifers Honey will cure it, Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r The following enjoyed the spread: at 31c Advocate. and give such strength to the lungs Col. Jno. W. Miller. A. T. Anderson, Be Imposed Upon. Don't that a cough or a cold will not settle Maj Jas Crafty Burnside, Col WS FerAlways insist on getting Foley's there. Twenty-fiv- e cents at McRobguson. Thos Wherritt and Louis LanHoney and Tar, as it is positively, ab- erts Drug Store. lm dram. solutely and unequalifiedly the best How's This For HI? Mrs. B. H. Conn, who has been the cough medicine. Accept no substiA gentleman tells The Record he guest of relatives in and around Lan- tute. C. & J. E. Stormes. heard a crowd "blowing off" against caster for several weeks, returned to Low Rates To Detroit. water works, pavements, the rail her home in Guthrie, O. T., Monday. Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., road, The Record's feeble attempt She was accompanied by Miss Jennie Arnold who has been the guest of her September 12th to 24th. Tickets at to boom things, etc. etc. He said he low rates 16th and 17th viathe Queen took a survey, and out of the five, one uncle, Mr. J. M. Higginbotham. & Crescent to Cincinnati. Ask agents drew a pension, one's wife took in Col. L. F. Hubble has been employ- for full particulars. sewing, another's wife took in washy ed by the Southern to secure the ing and the better halves of the reTaxes Due. through the mountain counmaining two made the living for the ties, lie was here this week and had taxes are now due, "find prop- would-b- e wise "men". This is about Town Thk Record office print a great quan- erty owners should come forward at the way it goes. If a man has to work tity of blank forms for the purpose. once and settle. This has to be done in the town, he is, of course trying to He is sanguine of Garrard's success in and those putting it off too long will VTJnrr mnrn VvncJ nncc ltfkin Vn4 it Hrt securing the road. be put to extra expense. vj a grub pensioner, of course he "erpos- E. M. Walker, Collector. es" things just to get his name before At Danville the other day, we met the people Graded School Tax. Rev. F. M. Hill, former pastor of the The Eagle, King of all Birds. ' He said the Methodist church here. The 1899 tax is past due. Please call Loncaster people had reason to con and settle and save being asked for it. is noted for its keen sight, clear aud gratulate themselves upon .securing The penalty will certainly be added to distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve the services of Rev. Robinson as pas- all unpaid taxes. for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any tor. He knew him to be a man worthy E. W. Harris, Collector. tf. kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25cts in every way of the respect of the Superintendent's Notices. McRoberts Drug Store. people and was a preacher of extraorlm The election notices and poll sheets dinary ability. A Few Pointers. for the election of trustees, which is We met Harry Glovanuoli, local to take place the first Saturday in OcI am prepared to furnish you a in Danville, tober, are now at the Superintendents editor of the Advocate, or a tailor made, all wool Friday, and the clever quill driver office. Trustees will please call and suit at prices ranging from $7.50 to $30. Pants at $2.50 to $9. Overcoats wore a smile as broad as a barn door. get these notices. Rushing up, nearly out of breath, he Teachers will please call and get at $6.50 to $25. Fits and quality guaranteed, as our many customers said "Its a boy and looks just like their term reports. me." We tried to extend congratuand tf. Elisa J. Lusk, Co., Supt. will testify. Prices are uniform comyieid a very small profit. I will lations but Harry continued to hop pare prices, quality and fits with any A Paint Iilclt Enterprise. about like a hen on a hot griddle and didn't stop to listen. If little Harry Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by house. Wanamaker & Brown sell grows to be as clever a fellow as his Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting only good quality, and operate the daddy, Mrs. Giovanuoli should be very with ready sale every where. Persons largest and oldest house in the nation. proud of him. who have used it say it's a marked They sell at a small profit, and the success and a sure cure for Fistula, quality sold brings in a good revenue. Capt. W. C. McFarland, after spendPolevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge- 900 samples to select from. A fine ing a few days with Lancaster relament, Greasy Heel, etc It is sold on line of excellent hosiery and undertives, returned to New York this week a written guarantee, and money re- wear to select from, at Philadelphia was greatly enjoyed by many His visit funded if not as represented. For sale prices. I will appreciate a call and Lancaster friends, who were delight- by R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster. insure perfect satisfaction. A chance ed to know that he is rapidly recovfor a $5 pair of pants will be given for ering from the wounds received in the or Election. Notice each $5 worth of poods purchased, and Santiago fight and the general breakNotice is hereby given that on Tues- the customer who guesses nearest to while in Cuba. day, November seventheigh teen hun- Goebel's plurality over Taylor will reing down of his health He will sail from New York for Paris dred and ninety-ninfrom seven ceive the pants. Boys and young men next week and return at once, only o'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m., under 35 breast measure, can have a making the trip lor the benefits to be continuously, an election will be held suit cut and made to measure, fit derived from the sea voyage. Mrs. in and for the City of Lancaster, Ken- guaranteed, at a saving of 25 per cent, McFarland and son, Landram, will tucky, by the qualified electors of said as I represent the only Boy's tailoring spend the winter in New York City. city, to determine whether said city house in the country. Suits tailor shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen made at $4.50 to 6.85, 10 and $12. Overthousand dollars for the purpose of coats 7,00 to $9. Extra quality and A TIMELY HINT. To should be wise and see that Toar blood U furnishing said city with water, (fifty superior workmansh i p. Bu y early and rich and pnre and your whole system pat la a for seven years. Said ur. M. D. condition By toe ase Srlectiy neaiuiy malaria, typhoid fever,01 70a fire hydrants), be paid in seven equal get the best. AdjoiningHughes, Ag't. .rlstedt's German Llrer Powder. Thea New Hotel. colds indebtness to will be free from and the grip. Dr.'Carlstedt's German Llrer annual installments. The amount Powder is the best medicine money can bay. Piles Cared! Far ymur Cml4 try Dr. Otto's SaniM therefore necessary to be raised anIf sufferers will use Banner Salve nually by taxation is two thousand Gum BalMin. Pric 25c ana 60 R. Kinnaird, Mayor, according to directions a positive cure wttl. dollars. For sale by of city of Lancaster, Ky. will result in worst cases. Guaranteed. 25c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. R. E McRoberts Att: W. H. Wherritt. Clk. sound-bodied right-of-wac? ready-made e, 6. 8. SW1EBR0AD, ATTORNEY AT LAW A New York man says that he shot a cane up in the Adirondacks that had 45 trout in its stomach, none of which weighed less than a pound. Coughed 25 years. I suffered for 25 years with a cough, and spent hdndrcds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr. Bell's ey. It has saved my life, J. C. Rosell, Grantsburg, 111. McRoberts Drug tore. lm. Scott Hudson won the 2:21 pace, purse $1,200, at Providence, Saturday, with Edward S. Time, 2:12i, 2:13. W B Kidd sold last week to Waller Sharp, of Bath, 132 feeding cattle, wt. 1,000 lbs, for October delivery, at 41c, and to J C Scobee, 32 same delivery at $4.45 Winchester Democrat. The exports of dried apples for the last fiscal year were 19,305,749 pounds, valued at $1,244,733; while of ripe ap ples there were exported 380,222 barrels; valued at $1,210,450. The Advocate says the W W Wallace sale, conducted by Capt. English, was a good one. Fifteen grade Jersey cows sold at $20 to $50; a mare, $37.50. A mare bought at the Eugene McGoodwin sale for $65, brought $82.25. Household goods sold well. Pine-Tar-H- AND REAL ESRATE AGENT. Options on Farms wanted. Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate. SALE & FEED STABLE. LANCASTER, KY. We make special Attention our of AGENT FOR New York Life In's. Co. L. P. HUBBLE. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT. LANCASTER. Thirty-Thousan- SALE STABLE. Nice combined horses always ,on hand for sale. KY d Acres Val- W. B. BURTON. Farm for Sale. station and Lies one mile West, of Pninr. T.ipir uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in Soutn-Easter- n Kentucky. Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms. Contains 102 Will be sold publicly 3-- 4 acres. J. X. DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC, October, 7, 1899, On premises. For particulars, address BRYANTSVI L,LE, KENTUCKY H. L. Wallace, Paint Lick, Ky. Lani Snverjor ani for Apt At Danville court Capt. English reported to the Advocate about 3r.O cattle in town today, but trade a little dull on account of the drouth. Horace Bowman withdrew thirty 1,000 lb feeders at $41.35. One lot of common short yearlings were bought by Thos. '493" TBS AETNA FIRE INSURANCE KMGHTS OF PYTHIAS CO L BANK 1 common yearFox at $16; twenty-on- e Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst lings at $15.50 and twenty good steer CAPITAL ) SURPLUS. calves at $18.50. " Iioo.ooo.oo f tJao.ooo.oo of Pythias, meets every Friday This is evidently a good year for the LANCASTER, KY, night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g county fairs, as report from various places indicate immense crowds and Knights are fraternally invit plenty of interest, which means a success financially. It is also a fact that A.R.Dxnht. President. ed. Ed Bishop. C. C. all these fairs where such big crowds Jmo. E. Stokmm, Vice President. have been drawn were old fashioned S. C. Denny, Cashier. J. S. Haselden, K.R.& S fairs without any racing program, which bears out the opinion of many I. F. Robinson. Jr.. r. t. Embry, that the only way to revive interest ORGANIZED 1888. Ass't Cash'r. in the country fairs is to abandon the trotting horse feature and offer good, DIRECTORS fJITIZKHS NATIONAL BANK, liberal premiums for exhibition hor Sam 1. D.Cochran U Jaa Bpllman, or LAJ0A8TEB. jy. ses and other stock. Book-keep- Alex. B. Denny. W. R. Cook, A.C.Robinson. L. Dayiaion, You Are Going North, Are Going South, Going Jno. K stormes. -Capital, Surplus Fund $50,000 10,000 If You If You If You Are PURCHASE East, TNC Please Remember The middle of the year is past and settling time is at hand. I BUSINESS SOLICITED. Carafal aad Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. V. Hi9iiBQjHiM Lawis Y. Lsatxu. 8. 9. Hudson W. O. RieNXT Are Going West TICKETS VU Presides Cashlei Assistant Cash'r BookkMpet Need the Money CD. Walxb Louisville a Nashville r. r. mb a sEcuaa of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. The Maximum be cheerfully furnished by due me and must insist H.C.AXIfOLD, that my friends call in iUI. 8DH, and settle. - DIRXCTORS: J.M.HIMIHIOTHAM, LrWIS Y LIATKL, T.M.ABKOLD, J.B.JOHHSOH, JX. B.F. HDB80M. J. J. WAXJUB Jacob Y. Robinson . Sallie 0. Tillett. Dr. R. Goldstein, PUBLIC SALE. Tuesday, Oct. 3d, 1899. Having rented my farm with the intention of tmoving my location, I will offer at public sale at my home 3 miles nest of Camp Dick Robinson the following list of live stock, farming; implements and household furniture: 3 Jennets. (J, In foal), 1 combined mare, 4 head Jersey milk cows. 2 extra fine calves, 10 wagon, 1 '98 Deering mowhead hoes, 1 er, 1 V7 steel hay rake, 1 cultivator, 1 surrey, 10 tons clover and timothy Jump seat hay and'olher kinds of farming implements, besides nnmeroas articles of honse hold and kitchen furniture. The sale begins at 2 p.m. TERMS made known on day of sale. JOSHUA DUNK Sr. n Optician will be at The the Hamilton Hotel well-know- . Tuesday, October 10th 1899. One day only. Eyes Examined and glasses tifically adjusted. scien- Rates, Time and all other InformaUoa win , c. p. atm one, Or by . p. A.'.':itFv XiOOttVVXB. K. When in Danville, call on tasuraattae Wlta'arawa at eld Fehat Centre rt. 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 Eailway has resumed sale-tO- f tickets to Old Point Comfort and all points affected by the BOOK STQU T, Leading DRUGGISTS LI LLARD & School Books, Tablets, Inks, &c. a Specialty. SELLERS and STATIONERS.! Best Soda Water in town. ' Soatk-b'n- d NortB-Vnd TTlfR TABLES. K. C. Brmaeh. Mixed, passes Lancaster Mixed, " Paaa'gr " " H. - Excurquarantine. The sions to Old Point Comfort on the second and fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed commencing with the second Tuesday in September. Bound trip 11 :ie lm tickets will be 915.00, limited to 21 336r. X days. For full information write, 332 a jc Nerth-bn- 0 NMtkb'a. . IS 30 a.m. ' Geo. W. Barney, Div. Pa8S,r. Agt,, Lexington, Ky, ' 'JU - ' BBBS wjrk. S3ntim2nt grows in favor of water Oalyo33aHioaally you fellow "erposed" to it. hiar a Sir James Vaughan, for 35 years a police magistrate of London, notes a wonderful decrease in crimes of brutality and violence, and an increase, less marked, in the crimes which require brains and ingenuity. General education doubtless favors morality and refinement; but there is in the cities a limited crop of children with inherited or acquired criminal tendencies; and when these are gathered into school, unless great pains are taken to counteract the influences of the street and of their wretched homes, - the mere quickening of the intellect only gives new power for mischief. Hlch Opinion of the Hob. Col. Ingersoll used to tell a story of a Boston man who asked his advice as to what to read. The colonel recommended Shakespeare. After a year or two the Boston man came back and thanked Col. Ingersoll for his advice. he said. "I "The plays are tell you, Col. Ingersoll, there are not ten men in Boston who can write like that man Rhakesneare." The Partlcan Orator. I don't know when he utters His arguments prolix Just which are patriotism And which are politics. Washington Star, A Midnight DloJogne. Father (from head of stairs) Bessie, if that young man doesn't go pretty soon he will miss the last car. Bessie (in parlor) That's all right, papa. He likes to walk. N. Y. Journal. first-rate- ," crime la tent-lan- Paris Street Fair. Dapot Agent Patterson has been in structed to sell tickets to Paris, KyM onSiptsnibir. 23 to 23th inclusive at one fare for the round trip. This fair will D3 a big thin?, ani, a? the iate is so cheap, you can afford to go. No cattle on the streets next Mon- t STATF a jl a y a-- s a m--m 0 i im " a- - H APPPNINHC I ",4 i 111 VJAt 1 If you Harrfot leap or climb, Deemlot life a bitter pill: Other reraras are sublime Beat tha world at sitting still. Chicago iRecord. PURELY RAW AS BEEF FROM ECZEMA! No TnEORETICAI MORE TROUBLE THREATENED. ILLICIT STILL CONFISCATED. He The Phllpots Claim They Can Rally 4S0 Alleged Shiner Cap' nred mill Drcla-e- s Mtu and Are Prepared for Any Will Not Peach on His l'uIg-KiirEmergency. Still Captured In Mx Months. day, Tbc Drouth. Only a few cisterns in town have any water left in them, and springs have shut up shop completely. It is rigid economy in use that the few cisterns have any water left. The contractors at the various building? now in course of construction, h iv ts h ml water from Dix river, and other distant points. Strange to say, we only have a few cases of fever in town, notwithstanding this unprecedented scarcity of water. How on this earth a man can say he is "erpos-ed- " to water works, when he sees the serious conditions of things now, is hard to conceive. by thi mD3t City Ordinance. The City Council of the City of Lancaster do ordain as follows: Excepting Totten Avenue, it shall be unlawful to congregate on the Public Square, any street or alley or other public place in city, and exhibit for the purpose of sale or swap any horse, mule, jack or jennet. Each person so offending shall be fined not less than one dollar nor more than fifteen dollars. This ordinance shall go into effect on passage and publication according to law in The&sKTUAi. Record, a weekly newspaper published in Lancaster, Kentucky. R- - Kinnaihd, Mayor. Attest, W. H. "WnEitniTT, Clerk. City Ordinance. The City Council of the City of Lancaster do ordain as follows: No bull, cow or ox of any age, no hog or sheep shall be exhibited for sale or swap on the Public Square, any street or alley, or any other public place in the city. Every person so offending shall be fined not less than one dollar nor more than one hundred dollars. This ordinance shall go into effect on passage and publication, according to law, in the Central Record, a weekly newspaper published jn Lancaster, Kentucky. R. Kinnaiud, Mayor. Att., W. H. Whekritt, Clerk. COUSIN GEORGE'S DECISION. He Tboiiffht His Jictr Fonmd Relatives Very Shoddy Were Lot. "Now, my dear, I want you to be Tery 1dnd to your cousin George when he comes," said the girl's mother, according to the Detroit Free Press. "Oh, mamma! I simply can't tote him all over town, and I don't think you tought to expect me to." "But you must entertain "him nicely while he's here. He probably will not etay long." We've never "How do you know? seen him we don't know anything About him. Dear me! I think it's I don't see what he's coming for. Just suppose he's dreadfully awkward !and doesn't know how to act! Why, it ;would be too embarrassing for anything! And the girls have been studying genealogy at the library for the last two weeks, tfnd they're awfully critical :about one's relations." The next afternoon a coupe drove to the door and a young man alighted. It !was George. He was an athletic young jfellow, who, though he hailed from a .small western town, had been educated nbro.id, and wns as fine a specimen of Imanhood as could be found. Marguerite jwas delighted. The relief was great. iShe gushed profusely over her cousin and offered him all sorts of social inducements to spend a week. 'But he left the next afternoon. "What was the matter why didn't jyou stay longer with your Uncle Hen-.ry- 's family?" said his father, after he had reached home. "Didn't you like jthem?" "No. They were the shoddiest lot of people I ever ran across." hor-riblnew-foui Death of John Haldeman, business manager of the Times, a son of W. N. Haldoman, president of the Courier Journal Company, died at his home in this city after a (lingering illness. Louisville, Ky.,epK A. HsJdamaa. 19. John A. BAI5B0URVH.LE, Ky., Sept. 19. Sol. and im Griffin arrived here Sunday morning fiom London, en route to Manchester, in charge of the sheriff of Laurel county. He was here joined by Capt. Hawn and 20 of his men to guard the Griffins to their destination. Capt. Hawn selected 20 of his best and m st reliable men, and if attacked they will certainly give a pood account of themselves. The Griffins are indicted for the killing of Wash Thacker and arc now going to stand their examining trial. They have been friends,, to the Whites in the late trouble in Clay county. It is the almost universal opinion here that the Griffins will not be held to answer for the killing of Thacker. It is not known what action the Philpots will take in the matter. Rev. James Philpot, who lives here, claims that the killing of Thacker will have a tendency to stop the trouble between the Whites and Philpots. One of the Philpots told your correspondent that the Philpots could rally 450 men, all voters, in less than 24 hours' She Would Dc a Living Witness. notice. He also stated that they had She (threatening breach of promise recently purchased 45 Colt's revolvers, suit) Do you intend to deny, sir, that Which were warranted to you proposed to me? shoot on a level 200 yards. Also seven He No. I intend to plead insanity. Winchesters which would shoot 1,100 Ilarlem Life. yards and a number of Winchester shotguns. He said: "We don't want Her Simple Request. I am going to ask a great favor of trouble, but we are prepared for it." you," she said, hesitatingly. JOHN HURST PARDONED. "It s already granted," he answered, devotedly. 'A very great favor," she repeated, A Mother Hade Happy by the Clemeney Miown Her f on Escorted llomo by as if doubtful of the propriety of stat111 Best Friend. ing it. "You're sure you won't think presumptuous or forward in m.e?" it Fbankfort, Ky., Sepi 20. Mrs. "Never," he answered. "I glory in Hurst, 70 years old, left her home in this evidence of your trust and confi- Jackson county last week for Frankdence. Only tell me what I can do for fort to petition Gov. Bradley to pardon you." "Well," she replied with evident re- her son, John Hurst, a convict serving luctance, "would you mind getting up 15 years. Having only a little money, off that rustic bench? Papa painted it she walked half the way, and Tuesday this afternoon, and he will be awfully night was rewarded by a pardon, provoked if he has to do it over again." which enables the son to accompany Chicago Post. her home. Once a year since 1893 Mrs. Hurst has Two Professionals. Scene: Railway carriage on the Mid- made the tedious journey here on this land railway. Enter a colonel with mission, but only to be disappointed game bag and case of guns. Colonel each time, till Tuesday, and when she enthusiastically) saw her petition gran ted Tuesday even (to passengers, Beautiful sport; 60 birds in two hours, ing she broke down and wept for joy." and only missed two shots! The governor also pardoned Wia Cox, A quiet gentleman sitting in the Wm. Young and George Kidd, three corner put down his paper, rushed former deputy sheriffs of Whiteley across the compartment and grasped county, who were sent up last Febhim warmly by the hand: "Allow me ruary for two years each for killing to congratulate you, sir! I am a pro- Peter Crabtree, a desperate character, fessional myself." who was resisting arrest. "Professional sportsman?" "No; professional liar." The Douglass Stake. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 17. The nomHeroic Measures. "Yes, sir," said the scholarly man, inations for the Douglass stake of "I'm going to do it. I'm going to make 5,000 for 2:12 trotters, the event of the Shakespeare popular the reigning top- fall trotting meet, have been anic of the day." nounced. The race is on the card for "How?" September 20, the second day of the "I'm going to name anew game after meeting. This year's entries are Hum. him; a game in which the players wear bolt Maid, Sarah S., Charley Uerr, l, the most astonishing costumes you ever Peter the Great, Lord Vincent, saw." Washington Star. Who Is It Copeland, Bonnatella, Tudor Chimes, Prince of India and Dr. Longlne Cnsnppllcd. "I'm sighing for some one to love Leek. v me," hummed the heiress. Refused a Pardon, "But, my dear," interrupted her dearFbankfoht, Ky., Sept 17. Gov. est friend, "you are even now engaged Bradley has refused to pardon Convict to be married." "Yes," she admitted, "but only to an Samuel Kent, Covington, serving a life impecunious foreign nobleman." Chi- sentence under the habitual criminal act. Pardon was asked on account of cago Post, old age and ill health and a petition "The Worst Part of It. was presented by W. De Jones I hear your firm dis- for clemency Covington. McD. Shaw, of charged you. Smythe Yes; but I wouldn't mind The Cat Was Killed. that so much if they. hadn't added insult Richmond, Ky., Sept 10. The resito injury. dence of Sherman Cotton, near De Jones How so? was struck by lightning durSmythe They advertised for a boy ing a thunderstorm. A little child and to fill my place. Chicago Daily News. a cat were lying side by side on a Continuous Performance. porch. The cat was killed by the bolt, help- but the child was unhurt "I spent the whole day ing Julia buy a hat." Remains at Iler Poit, "What kind did she get?" Williamstowx, Ky., Sept 20. Toll-gat"Oh, this was only the first day; she were raided near Doubton, in never makes up her mind until after the third day." Chicago Morning Bec-or- Pendleton county, Saturday night by men who left notice that were replaced they would' blow the gate, A Different Set. "You mustn't associate with chick- house and all to atoms. The keeper ens," said Mother Duck to her duck- says she will continue at her post lings. Jumped Into a Well. "Why not, mamma?" Ashland, Ky., Sept 17. Mrs. J. M. "Because they are not in the swim." Ross, aged 22, of Cannonsburg, comHarlem Life. mitted suicide Friday morning by Same Effect. jumping into a well. She made a sim Summer Girl (at popular bathing re- ilar attempt Thursday. She lost a sort) This must be salt water. I can child some weeks ago. almost float in it. Experienced Aunt No, dear, it is not Leaped From a Bridge. salt water. But you are so very fresh, Louisville, Ky., Sept 20. Fred, jrou know. Chicago Tribune. Hollenbach, a blacksmith, committed suicide Tuesday morning by jumping off the Big Four bridge into the Ohio river. Tit-Bit- s. Sur-pox y d. Bakboukville Ky., Sept. 10. Revenue Officers Anderson, of this place,. and Isbell, of Pineville. Ky., assisted by William and George llinklc, cut up a large illicit distillery Thursday morning on Disappointment creek. near the line between Knox and Clay counties, and destroyed over 500 gallons of beer, four bushels of malt and five gallons of whisky. They cap tured James Philips at the distillery. they also found a large quantity of meal. Philips was taken to Pineville Thursday afternoon. He says that ho will refuse to testify in his own behalf, because, in so doing, he might have to implicate other parties. Philips says: "I will die before I will give anybody away." This is the eighth distillery Anderson has cut up near the same place in the last six months. BANK STOCK. The Holders Must l'ay the Tax the Sam as Other Perso-ia- l Property, Sayi Stato Auditor stone. Louisville, Ky., Spt 17. Under a recent decision of the courts it has been held that national banks could not be taxed as banks, but it is held that stock in the banks in the hands of private persons may be taxed as other personal property is taxed. It is known now that it is the purpose of Auditor Stone to insist on this tax on stock in national banks, and steps will shortly be taken to enforce the collection by due process of law. In other states the banks have thought it best to pay for the stockholders as a matter of accommodation to the state and to the stockholders. No arrangement of the kind has been made in Kentucky, but Auditor Stone has said that if the banks would not pay the taxes he would sea that the individual stockholders did. DIED OF HEART DISEASE. Mrs. J. C. Not much attention is often paid to tke first symptoms of Eczema, but it is not lone before the little redness begins to itch and beginning, and will Itching and Burning ot burn.to This is but thetorture almost unensuffering and lead durable. It is a common mistake to regard a roughness and redness of the skin as This Fearful Disease. merely a local irritation ; it is but an indication of a humor in the blood of terrible Eczema which is more than and can not be reached by local applisalves, etc., applied to the surface. The disease itself, cations of ointments, the real cause of the trouble, is in the blood, although all suffering is produced through the skin ; the only way to reach the disease, therefore, is througk sne diooq. Mr. Phil T. Jones, of Mixers ville, Ind., writes: "I had Eczema thirty years, and after a great deal of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gave me constant pain. It finally broke into a running sore, and began to spread and grow worse. For the past five or six years I have suffered untold agony and had given up all nope of ever being free from the disease, as I have Young Married WomiinQou be been treated by some of the best physicians and have lieve that those women who write for taken many blood medicines, all in vain. With little and I began to take S. the papers tellinghow to manage hus faith left Eczema worse, but S. S., that it apparently was the made the knew bands get along better with their hus way the. remedy got rid ofI the poison. this Continuing we do? bands than S. S healed up entirelv. the skin became Experienced Friend Nonsense. dear! clear and smooth, and I was cured nerfectlv." They are not married! Unsere Gesell-- ? Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by a remedy which if only a tonic. Swift's Specific schaft The Same Old Story. The pickerel lie In the shady pool. is superior to other blood remedies because it cures diseases which they oaa Along with the perch and dace; But the Ilsherman's not particular, tor not reach. It goes to the bottom to the cause of the disease and will cure the worst case of Eczema, no matter what other treatment has failed. It is He lies In any old place. the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash, mercury or any Puck. other mineral, and never fails to cure Eczema, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Ho Wns a Little "Shy." Poison, Cancer, Tetter, Rheumatism, Open Sores, Ulcers, Boils, etc. , Insist 'Daddy, I want to marry Charlie upon o. d. o. ; iiuming can lane us piace. ' j Freshleigh." 9 Books on these diseases will be mailed free to any address by Swift Spe side Company, Atlanta, Georgia. - -J 'Why doesn't he come to me. What's the trouble with him? No sense?" 'No, daddy; no dollars!" Cleveland Plain Dealer. Torture Equal to ttii skin-dee- p, S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD . Not Wanted There. Mother Bobby, this is the third time I've caught you stealing jam, and I'm getting tired of it. Bobby Well, why don't you quit hangin' round the pantry, then? N. Y. Journal. R. KINNAIRD, Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Mac&ine, INSURANCE. Representing Following Companies What is your opinion of Wagner's works? He Never saw them; but I don't suppose they are in it with Pullman's. Chicago Daily Record. Not a Success. Bramble Yes, I always select my own neckties. Thome You ought to let some one else try it. N. Y. JournaL She (musically inclined) la Chicago. Aetna, (Jueen, 8. Blackburn, Wife of the Expired at Her Homo In Versailles Aged 00. Palatine, National, Hartford, Dfleware, Milwaukee, Conneticut, C. S. Ky., Sept. 10. Mrs. J. Blackburn, wife cf the died here of heart disease Sunday night aged CO. Mr. Blackburn left home a few days ago, his wife's health showing good improvement He was on his way home from the east when Mrs. Blackburn died. At her bedside were all of her children except one daughter, the wife of Col. Wm. P. Hall, U. S. A., who is ill in Washington. Mrs. Blackburn was the danghter of the late Dr. Chris C. Graham, a noted Kcntuckian and a centenarian. Three Fugitives Captured. Versailles, How He Won. "This," he said, "is the first day I have won out on the races." "How did you do it?" "1 missed my train and didn't get to them." Chicago Post. He Lived la Harlem. Musical Amateur Do you ever write in two flats? nerr Vorspiel No; I write every Aetna thing in one flat, and am glad I can keep the key to that. N. Continental, Falls, German American, Phenix of Brooklyn, New York Underwriters, Lirerpool & London & Globe. North British & Merchautile Glens Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings, Lifelns. Co.of HartfoiflXci FIRE ani LIFE INSDBAKCE Louisville, Ky., Sept 20. Three fugitives, two of them wanted for murder, have been arrested here with in a few hours. Reuben Kciscr is wanted as an accessory to the murder of a woman at Nashville, and Buck Waller is wanted for a similar crime at Shelbyville. Robert Footc has been sent back to Chicago to answer for burglary. J. P. Smith is wanted for burglary in Shelbyville. Jules Gilliam, who was charged with stabbing Virgil Banks to death on J uly 4, 189S, has been brought to this city for trial. "Took" the Wrong Bone. Middlesboro, Ky., Sept 20. Mar shal J. H. Shannon, of Crab Orchard, Tuesday night arrested Nelson Ander son, colored, who had just arrived, having in his possession a horse which he had stolen from Bob Fish, of Crab Orchard. When arrested he said ha thought the horse belonged to his uncle, but that he found his mistake when he arrived at London. Marjhall-Pryor. 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CURE Jones was Tuesday sentenced to the penitentiary six years for horse stealing, Jessie Munday( the same for house breaking, and Sarah Covington one year for grand larceny. Coal Company's First Accident. Correct Market Quotations. Latest State News. All the Local News. Complete Press Reports. Largest Circulation A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of IN 1 HKNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. - - 3fcrftMiiiS1ri JAliES F. ULLAItO. Stit PnfflttlT. li the South. 35,000 AND OVER DAILY. The miners, COO in number, at East Bern East Jellico Coal company met with stad and Altamont, Laurel .county. their first serious accident James went to work Monday on an advance Meeks, in bringing out a coal car, fell of 10 per cent They signed a contract and was run over, sustaining serious to work until June next injuries, from which it is thought he will die. Thrown From ills Wagon and Killed. 17. Striking: Miners Went to Work. London, Ky:, Sept 20. The striking Babrourville, Ky., Sept 50 CENTS Or, All AGENT A MONTH TOM. STOBMES K,XJGS- - STORE. $5.00 a Year by Mall. IN EVERY Louisville Times Co., LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Ky., Sept 20. Monday afternoon Mr. John L. Hick Elizabkthtown, ifftnittv r cent, of all sickness Is caused by food not being-- properly digested, It creates poi sons ana (foea into your oiooa ana wen yum ilati tn almost an v disease the fen man system crson, a wealthy farmer, while driving Henry Thursday "evening shot a man a fractious team was thrown from his of the name of Kissick, who resides wagon and so badly injured he died near Hazel Green. It is reported that within two hours. he is now dying. - CJIGEST YOUR FOOD. The "Unwritten Law" Saved Him. Victim Reported Dylnr. West Liberty, Ky., Sept 17. Bopne mm Florida Havana Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines. 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McRoberts. - Bis Leg Crushtd to a Palp. RicuiiOND, Ky., Sept 10. Woodson Eads, of DoyslsTllle, this county, fell ' lywi puwi Co. nostra I SB " - Warranted "and Excels all others. All KindsFdrm Michinery Always on Hand Rellsbte persoasof sBjsk wtaTeaUTfiwma off a wagon, and a wheel ran over one of his legs, crashing it to a pulp. Amputation will be necessary to save his life. ABdionely gtestnted year war mom, at. SCKNMK: SltMfKdM. 55bbWI 3WIIAbO Cincinnati te Havana. IW.&ftMttsSt tt s""", weekly. Iisraest eb Teres, S a J