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I KUVKXTH Y1IAK Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt as Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAMTublisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 12 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i 2 tntttt teor NUMBER 13 t S 4 htJ i 1 AND VICINITy i r 1 L ullullluall llulllloOO60606O aUUon 000000000o oeooeooooo000000000000000oooooadotaooeoosooo- c Ab NCASTER AwwwwAwMMMUAMA Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat orstore same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON If you owe me please call and settle your account I need the T CURREY v D All members of the Parmelee Library having books in their possession will please return them at once to Frisbies Drug Store A gang of negroes hang about the night and annoy those going to the trains The vagrant law could be put into effect here with glorious results Floral Hall at the Lexington Fair and Carnival will contain more things of beauty than were ever amassed under one roof Aug 1318 Liberal premiums for all classes of womans work jjnd amateur photogra phy To Complete Opera HOIIKC The company has let the contract fur putting the finishing touches on the interior of the Opera House The front of the balcony is yet to be cov ever and much painting to be done The public will appreciate this move The Really Kent Cigars La Rust FIVECENTSMariposa Quail EIPrincipiMleGoles f J EXTS- STORMKS DRUC STORK Death at Itryaiithville Mrs O N King died at the family residence in Brvantsville yesterday morning Funeral services will there this morning at ten oclock tile burial taking place in Lancaster Cemetery A further notice will in next issue of TIlE RECORD Store Itoont For The large handsome store room now occupied by Fuller Sympson as a grocery This is the largest grocery room in town and uiie of the best stands Has been occupied and queensware house for many years Plenty of light Possession given after August 14 G S GAIXKS w I r money J U i Horse- Show beheld Rent I is C o i Traveling w depot J Perfecto appear MI asa grocery i r OOOOO rte f1f f i1S1f1i r 500- 0r rrrrrte Bigrr Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor Take your watches clocks jew elry fur repair to J C Thompsrfn A cow fresh and a good milker tf R EMcRo ERTS If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money 1700 given away to Shorthorn alone at the Lexington HorseShow Fair and Carnival August 1318 Paris green insect powder moth preventive carbolic acid necessary during the hot weather STORMES DRUG STORE JTIcclIiig at New Aiitloch A protracted meeting will begin at New Antioch Sunday July 15 cur ducted by Rev Jones of North Caro ling assisted by Rev J II Cnl Save Your Money Too many buggies surges phaetons and road wagons For the next thirty days I will alter large stock ofve hides at prices lower thTjfnnuy place in Central Kentucky You save money Come and see W J ROMANS As agent for a reliable firm I will pay the highest market price for wheat I will engage a few choice crops now if seen at once to be de livered at threshing time TOM ADAMS tf Bryantsville Ky Republican Convention A republican mass convention will be held in the Court House Saturdaj next at 2 oclock for the purpose ol selecting delegates to the State Con volition to be held at Louisville July 17 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for governor Afcfcihtuiit Appointed The trustees of the Graded School at their meeting a few days ago Prof Thomas Hampton of Winchester to till the of as sistant principal thc place which Prof Postle resigned Prof Ilamp ton is a graduate of Princeton Uni varsity and has attended several lead ing colleges He is highly recommend eel There were fifteen or eighteen applicants for fhe place i anc Fur Side cattle bug extol natorarticles I appointed position u Ill cant i1thcut Wanted a s Clearance I r = Sale t 1 XJOOooCOOC In order to make room for our Fall and Winter stock we offering GREAT INDUCEMENTS To clear out our Spring and Summer stock If you will attend this Clearance Sale you be tft able to pick up some i Big Bargains 5 E TII IlDGANDHYGDDDS I OOMP ANYOtOOO ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooo 1f r rr arei rI rr r r EE will rr L i rr RAlZJtktt i r a A y Rev Thompson of Mt Sterling will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morningand evening 30000 offered in purses and premi urns for live stock at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 A lot of remnants and odd lots must be closed out at once Go to Josephs and investigate It will be money in your pocket to do so Large stock Ladies slippers in tans kids oxblood and black Fine values all go at onehalf cost to close out tf C D POWELL Co Smith Currey Agents for Dan ville Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a Ollice at R II Batsons dry goods store tf Firstclass work at Duncans Hotel Barber Shop Buy Banner Bread fresh every day at Blue Grass Grocery Red Ash Bluegem and Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G S Gaines or J M Logan Energetic men and to us in every locality Good Sal ary Exclusive territor steady en ployment Address box 134 Danville Ivy D D GKIGEU Mgr June 214 1 To Town TaxPayers The City needs its and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be ready Its just as easy to pay now as it will be later on tf JAS PKAUCK Collector The item in the last issue of THE RKCOUD saying the weather had not been so warm caused eight or people to tell us we were mistaken Come to think of it it was a little sultry last week and old Sol was to thaw the snow this week Still on Deck I am again in charge of my business in Lancaster and have on hand the Hancock and Disc Plow Superior and Kentucky wheat drills Capital wagon Disc harrows and all kinds of plows See me and I will save you money and sell you the best on the market tf v G S GAINES For the 1 ninetyeight years Ma Tim BurnSide Thurmond Anderson R A Burnside Tom Wherritt and several others of the older citizens members of the Boone Clubhave gone gone to the river annually and for several days including the Fourth of July For some reason they did not meet this year and we great calamity will befall the It will never do to let this club go to pieces The Major will have to get his braves together Caught in the let A beautifully printed illustrated pamphlet has been issued by theQueen and Crescent Route that is full of in teresting data as to the historic old seaside city of Charleston S The National Educational meets in luly and every teacher in the land will be interested and by a perusal of the pamphlet it will be sent to you free A beautiful frontispiece entitled Caught in the Act adds to the novel makeup of the pamphlet Send your name to W C Rinearson General Passenger Agent Cincinnati If you are a teacher the pamphlet comes to you free Free For Samples and Advertising I will give three large photos free if 2 cash is paid for three more or six in all worth 4 on 8x10 inch cards Also 150 or half price for six cabinets on best paper This is for grown only and is good till the 20th of July I want new samples Come while the price is down bring babes wife or husband if you can boom the countyseat for six weeks The good people are invited to give me a trial assuring nice treatment in return In the front tore by new hotel Also some nice furniture at a bargain Smiths Lancaster It ActlJeuts Will II pen ExState Inspector Lester has filed suit against the Stanford Journal for alleged damages by reason of the pub licatlon of an article stating that had sent certain telegrams to Noakes etc The item was taken from the dailies and as soon as Mr Walton discovered his error he made haste to correct it The only way in which a country paper can vet al news is to cull it from the dailies which is taken from the most reliable of them All papers are ready to make amends fdr any injustice they doand an error is corrected it seems that this ought to settle it A man hasnt the cash to employ a Pinkerton detective to run down every item lie to shoot in the dark frequently aud the won der is that more errors do not occur 1 BIiU t coal for cash cheap J C Moss specialty women represent ten inclined implement st camped fearsome community C Association prof- Ited people putof studio Lester hot gene newspaper f 2ft C C Vuntca taxes Avery t a fuinit when begets has f led are all etc or of a C in J in or See J A Beazleys line of wall before buying Give The RECORD a trial on job work Perfect satisfaction or no pay Excursion rates on all railroads to the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 Local politicians are warming up in the cause and in almost every corner they gesticulate and pop off all day long Scale Book TIlE RECORD oilice prints any and kinds of weight books for scales Nicely perforated to toxic a cleancut stub Hay Press I will run my hay press again this season Have your hay baled now before bad weather sets in Call on address S IT Estes Lancaster 1726 TIlE RECORD acknowledges with thanks a complimentary ticket to the big fair to be held Cynthiana Aug 1 2 3 4 This fair is one of the larg est in the state and always among the best Bro J M Allen of the Demo trot is advertising manager which means the people will be well apprised of its coming oft Cyutlilaita Fair The Cynthiana Fair which will Aug 1 2 3 and 4 offers over 3 000 in premiums The catalogues now ready show a variety of excellent seldom reached at county fairs The special attractions free each day the most finished artists of the country The First Regiment Band Cincinnati will be present each day Admission to all only 25 cents Half fare on railroads Apply to the Cynthiana Ky for catalogue Machinery for Sale I have for sale one half interest in a 20horse power saw mill with Atlas Engine and Boiler and Gaar Scott mill with douole saw GO and 30 inch also a 10horse power Gaar Scott tnu tion engine and Huber Separator and power Star portable engine rind an 18 inch French Burrh corn mill with corn and meal elevator all firstclass order and guarantee same as well Terms inulu to suit buyer LESLIE T BRADSIIAW Louisville Tobacco Market Total sales in this market last week were 3187 hhds against 2393 hhds for corresponding week of last year Total receipts 3957 hhds against 1798 hhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last week were 589 hhds 27 per centof the auction sale against 27 per cent the preceding week Of the total sales 2163 hhds l were 1024 were dark There has been little change the tone of the market since last week There were no sales on July 4th and the offerings of Burley on Tuesday and Thursday were quite light The market was by no means satisfactory Good leaf was about steady at last weeks prices but lower grades are still 1 to 2 off from prices obtained two or three weeks ago All grades of red Burley up to 8 9 the competition is light and the bidding is lazy and slow The Company are getting about what they want at their own price Farmers Home Journal BIG ENGINE IS SPEEDY Special Train or Colorado Excursion fats Tests New Locomotive Railway men of all classes are with much interest the tests of the 1200 series of engines of the Rock Island road the largest running out of Chicago in passenger service Engine No 1201 was given its first se vere test for power and speed last week The patrons of the Rock Isl ands first excursion to Colorado fourteen of the largest and coaches This was enough for two trains to be pulled by ordinary passenger engines of the day the speed required The big engine did all that was expected of it and more Between Chicago and Rock Island it pulled that train of fourteen coaches with ease on sched ule time and when called on for a tie extra effort developed a speed of over 72 miles an hour Engines of class will haul all the special trains which will be used by the Rock Island in its series of Co orado excursions rate of one fare plus 2 for the round trip Three more excursions will be given leaving here July 9 July 17 and August 1 The departing time of the special trains m but on the dates named excursion tickets will be honored on all regular trains The special trains to be used are high class throughout Through dining car service is provided and the run from Chicago to Colorado is made with only one night on the road rates will be made to Colorado and all points on the line of the Rock Island between the river and Chicago Chicago In terOcean paper in beheld Secretary lIne284t Burley and tobacco Wednesday Continental watching heaviest considering lit at the will be 34G p also Excursion MIs- souri embrace horse occupied that Utah om as is in All kinds of bill heads printed at THE RECORD oflice Prompt attention and satisfaction given at Duncans Hotel Barber Shop Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON Buggy 1or Sale Used but very little A bargain Apply to J II Sympson at Fuller Sympsons Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at once we are preparing to advertise delin quents and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C Money For Jurors Mr R E McRoberts trustee of the jury fund asks TilE RECORD to say he has just received the money for jurors who served at last term of Court and prepared to pay same We dont give you a chance on a house and lot or a with every purchase made at but we do give you full value for your money Which is in the long run Our tremendous reductions in prices have brought the people to our store great crowds We have had the of midsummer sales this season and the people have been reaping a big harvest of bargains Call and get the benefit of some of these rare bar gains J Joseph It costs 67 cents to utter a profane oath in Hamburg Penn There is or used to be a law in Lancaster that fixes the penalty at one dollar fir cursing on the streets but it seems to have gone the way of many of the laws Some men keep the odor of brimstone thick no matter if ladies are passing and its all right Sweai ing is only permissable in printing of lives where it is absolutely necessary Attention Farmers We take pleasure in notifying farmers of Garrard county that as usual we will be in the market for wheat and will buy at all stations on the Rowland Branch L N and will see that our friends and ens Comers get top prices for their wheat So make no promises to anyone but be independent and remember your mends before selling and see us We have storage room for 30000 bushels of wheat and rate of storage will be rea sonable We also will keep on hand new sacks to sell farmers at cost should they want to hold their wheat Your Friends II A B MARKSHURY SON 5 e Bluegrass farm v J Joseph other th I railroad our stare the Wiest best C i Theres one point in particular that we want to impress upon the public and that is we will not under any cir cumstanceSjCarry goods over from sea son to season We will let them go at any old price Comb and see that we verify this J Joseph Now I have again opened up mp coal yard at the Hemp house Now is your time to buy It will go up to 15 cents the 1st of October I want to sell you your coal for Cash I am prepared to sell cheaper than anyone Give me a call before buying and dont f rget to bring along the Cash it jerks thescales down heavy hurries up the horse shakes out the dust gives you hettc lumps and makes the coal burn And then you dont have to dodge every time you see me coming 124t J C Moss McUREARY A protracted meeting will begin at New Antioch church the 15th G Warner and son R L vis ited relatives in Stanford the first of last week Mrs Morton Broaddus and daughter Mrs R A Stone of Lan caster visited Mrs Cronley Broaddus last Monday Br J A Amon was called to the bed side of his father W A Amon of Rowland who was quite sick Monday Little Ashley Swope while playing showman on his was thrown and both bones in his arm was broken Ollie T Layton of Cincinnati is spending the summer with his grandmother Mrs L Gul ley Misses Stella Minnie and Mrs Broaddus visited relatives in Madison county last week and attended the picnic on Silver Creek Miss Sally Myers of Wilmore is the charming guest of Miss Irene Simpson Miss Susie Sandidge has returned from a visit to her mother in Lincoln Misses Pearl Ilardin and Minnie Pher igo are spending the week with Miss Miss Addie Cummins in Preachers yule Miss Jennie Ilardin who ac c mpanied them returned day Mrs Nan Brown and little granddaughter Ella Ethel havegone to Missouri to spend the summer Mrs Belle Hall of Pulaskiis the guest of her sister tits Ben Ham and will remain until after the meeting Misses Bessie Gulley and Annie Yan tis visited tits Will Lear on Lexing ton pike Sunday Miss Tray lor of Waco is the pretty visitor of the Misses Nave Mrs T A is able to be up after a few days Mrs R E Austin remains quite ill at her home near here Mrs Tana Bealey of Lancaster her son Roy Beazley this week state u ni b brighter P pony home Ro se again I laity Mrs Diun visited Tin Roofing Galvanized and Tin Guttering Tin and Steel Metal work of all kinds Promptly attended to and Satisfaction guar anteed J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors J R Ha seldell Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line Furniture and Carpets c Knights of Cvthi ts Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINHISKOAD KR S visiting C LOCAL TIMETABLES E ii s ud X txed passes Lancaster 11 10 AV Xorthhnd Mixed 335 F M 25iA M- gonthbiid 12 SB A M toN orthh ltd Pass gr ft g C j E C g Put your money back in your pockets YOU SAVE JUST ONEFOURTH IF YOU PURCHASE NOW We are giving you prices not promises these days prices that will not fail to impress you You know the kind of w goods WE SELL our reputation on that point was made long ago The regular season saw us leading iu qualities styles and low prices Every one of our customers cantestify this and everyone who makes purchases during this ONE FOURTH OFF SALE will gladly tell you that they made an V actual Saving of 25 Cents On The Dollar What others are doing you can do while the sale lasts 1 wont last all the seeson for the mission of the sale is to clean things up before another season is upon us and prices not promises are doing it The sale will gain day by day The more its advantages become known the larger be come oursales figures The greatest bargain given is sure to catch the crowd And Were Busy Anxious to Sell Prices One Fourth Off Everything Of course Such Enormous Reductions Mean That the Sale is Con ducted on Spot Cash Lines r rn 8- Eii OFF OUR SPRING ana SUMMER GOODS t j headway ThatsWhy L 3 J 1 0 Logan iii II iii IiJ iii Iiii II 8 iII iII iii iII II J FA 1 p J j top 3 e 3 J J 4 j 0- ti i5t U I o 1 1Cb1flson1 t i L- N CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JULY ia ETJSRY WKKK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY K IN ADTANCK THBM 25 THE Democratic National Lion nominated Mr Bryan of for president and AdlaL teen son of Illinois vjce president The adopted by the republicans is as a well points intended to catch votes The leaders of the great parties spend sleepless jilglits pondering over bait which to catch the votes Six months after Neither Js elected it would almost impossible to find a leader that could name halfadozen of the planks ju he platform upon his ticket was elected WOULDBE JnfidjbTscry SjhpotTeli gion into the Philipinos and Boxers Whensuch hypocrits feel the pang of death creeping upon them diet win wish some one would shoot aV Xheur with a cannon loaded with scripture but thejr hues will then be too tough to penetrate It is the nature of man to strive to get before the public but when c lUIS to to Infidel dodge lie become pravcd of all the fools GovtBCKUAM announces will call special elections to be held in August to vacancies in the al Assembly caused by death and re signation This strengthens the be lief that he will call an extra session of the Legislature THEKES the gallant Col Bryan md the gallant Cal Roosevelt both of whom tit in the late war now ar rayed on opposite tickets So hows a fellow going to vote to reward gallant ry unless he splits the ticket THE deplorable state of affairs in China is enough to make the blood run cold There is apparently but one thing to do with the yellow devils and that is send enough ti Hps A wipe them off the earth AARKSBCRY Mr Price Bourne and wife of Bet tis were guests of Miss Sallie Herring SundayMr T so unfortunate as to lose two very tine hogs a few The click click of the binder is ru longer heard but the shrill scream ol the steam thresher is heard through tIle land as it devours great fields oJ golden grain and like Alexander lungs and sighs for more afternoon in the absence of his Rev A J Copass who is spending several weeks at Louisville We hem he is to become a Benedict before he returns from Louisville trip to 3Iarksbury Sunday afternoon Misses Sue Sutton and Jennie Pollard are spending several days with Mrs Tom Cecil at Junction City Misses Meek Kemper of Boyle and Maggie Hackley of Georgetown attended preaching at the Fork Sun day and visited I C Boner and family hasbeenKemper Mrs A J Brewer and littleson and daughter who has been visit ing her sister Mrs B A Copass re turned to her home in Guthrie Tues day o li c 1U jr TERMS SIX MOKTHII Col yen Nebraska rf like dc talns bout t reSort the tin den u l oUard vas hydrophobia excellentbroth- er Victor 190 Oxs Y platform that as lung rope tnany i a lie which the about host that of a of is a in w PAINIVLICK Rev Echols is holding a tra ted meeting at I fci I I1 1 kl their wficaSvancl the yielcl wilt 5f J X good Dont forget preaching every Sunday night at 8 oclock at Old Paint Lick church Mrs Annie Adams returned home Monday from Cincinnati where has been on a two weeks visit to rela tives There are a great many Black dem in this end of the county but they have a different odor from the black republicans Ed Adams of Arkansas is here buying up a load of south must agree with him he looks better than we ever seen him D CvPullius is selling a great many his patent bee gums It would be paying business for some planing mill man to buy the right andjnanu facture them We have never heard but one person having any objec tion to them and that is a man that spending all of his time trying to invent something Margaret the little baby of C B made a narrow escape last Sunday She was sitting in front of the cooking stove on the floor playing coal of tiro popped out into her lap and set her clothes on fire the little thing began to cry her mother looked around saw smoke rising up in her face and ran to her and put out the flames fortunately she was not burnt We had the pleasure of spending the 1th at Stanford the town was tilled with people from all parts of the country Every business was seined and the floats were gotten up brand style which showed to the crowd that the business men of Stafford have the get up and get about them The areonaut so expensively by the Lincoln Dem ocrat to soar through the skies was a complete sell and was nothing but a man and the balloon was about the size of a three gallon bucket Joe can fool the people some times but he cant fool them all the time Messrs Frank and McDonald of Danville are visiting friends here this There seems to be some great attraction in the country for Mr Frank Quite a number of young people from this place will attend the Contest in Lancaster to night A very enjoyable affair was the picnic given Monday evening by Misses Ram soy in honor of their guests Messrs Frank and McDonald at Springs Misses McCormack and Wallace will leave today for Slate Lick Springs where they will spend a week or more endeavoring to im prove health Sweet Music and Dandy will be left broken hearted Chamberlains Cough Remedy ha aved the lives of thousands of croupy children It is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough For sale by R E McRoberts lyr Nine men out of every ten never think of winding the clock until after they have put out the light and got into bed Spent A Good Farm Doctoring Mr A U SoeU of Ashville Kansas says spent a farm doctoring himself for chronic diarrhoea but gut no relief and was afraid that he must die He chanced to hold of a of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was per manently cured by it For sale by R E McRoberts druggist lm It is an easy matter to get your fel lowmen to speak well of you all you have to do is lay down and die The Lint Of Wounded who have been healed by Banner Salve is very large It heals all wounds or sores and leaves no scar C C J E Stormes lm m re ills a a thro st rats car The- Y advertised paper I he good bottle p eafahis weep iFarmers lt g t liaises funny lemon rep lara k Cartcrst nUe Ire 6 BIG BARGAINS FOR 6 BIG DAYS MONDAY Ji Kecpup tbc BARGAIN RACKS 16th SUGAR Will he sold at less than Jobbers Cost It will be stunner Come and see Only 1 worth to each a customer On TUESDAY JULY 17th FLVUR Will be sold at less than Carload price and with each 24lb sack you will receive a pound can ofi Lang don On WEDNESDAY JULY 1 nakng poV Jree U1 cuarge Vllly Due SacK w eacu cuswmer as Luis ricep EEOrany one party Will likewise be sold for LESS than you can buy itdirect from the Importers Not over two pounds to I On THURSDAY JULY 19r S LARD The very best not over pounds to any one customer at a laughing price The butchers will fuss and few 5 so will a On FRIDAY JULY 20th others but we cant thathelp andSYRUP Will flow unheard Ol at On SATURDAY JULY 2 1 st prices Not over one gaUon to a customer BACON Not over 5 pounds to a customer at a price that will paralyze competition YOURS TRULY Blue Grass Grocery Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr 0 7 i c I SI so ful in of a C A r fclj Jphn Cress jnl house and llr Sutton mUock county 41 sheep at 3 25 per heacF 17 hogs for 5500 The corn crops are very fine at this time our people ought to feel thank for the abundant crops of all kinds j c Siler bought at last Monday 9 head of liaises at an aver age of 7250 per head also 100 sheep at315 Mr J C Fox delivered his slop cat last week to a man of AVinchester consisting of three loads which brought near 400000 People are arriving to attend the Camp Meeting which promises to be a With reduced rates on the Ran Road cheap rates here and Revs Coclrill and Carrier charge we predict a meeting Rev J Carnieh filled his here Saturday and Sunday Rev W M Hutchins preached at Whites School House last Sunday evening Misses Jennie and Hardin and Miss Minnie Pherigo of McCreary has been visiting II C Cummins and family J L and wife visited Henry New land and family Sunday Mrs Tudor of Paint Lick has been Mrs W II Cum minsfor a few days Mrs John has been visiting his sister Mrs Mershou at Corbin Miss Newland Broadhead has been visiting the family of Mr J F Peters for a few days Mr J S Peters and children has been visiting his brother Joe at Lebanon STONE Wheat stacking and corn plowing over with in this community The members of Scotts Fork church will meet Saturday nigth to practice singing as they bought new song books and are anxious to learn the new songs Fishing is taking tho day here with those who are through with their crops They are bringing in plenty of them some have taken their tents to the river to spend the summer Mr and Mrs Win Moberley spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Miss Lou Land spent a portion of last week with her sister Mrs Sallie Daviess of Pink Jessamine County Master Norman Stone of Nich olasvillerJs spending a week with his uncle C M Moberley Mrs C S Sanders spent several days with rel tives at Manly last week Little Miss Capitolia Walker of Hanly is spending a week with her aunt Mrs S Sanders Messrs LD Mitchell and L L Sanders attended a party given by Miss IlalHe Dean at her home near Little Saturday night they reported an enjoyable time number from here attended preach ingatGunns Chapel Sunday Miss Eliza Wall of Pleasant lull enter tained a number of her friends at a dining Sunday Mrs P Grow visited relatives in Mt Hebron neighborhood spentSundayPleasant Hill Mr and Mrs Taylor Raney of Judson Spent Sunday ith Willie Raney and family of Pleasant Hill Little Henry Miller is better at this writing S E Hammack sold a calf to John Jones for 12 D G Ross sold two steers to W L a Lawson for 4i cents per pound Miss Stuart and Mr Coram of Knox county are visiting at J B Parkes We have the finest prospect for good crops we have had for years in this section A J Ilammacks two little boys Robert and Ben have been on the sick list for several days Your correspondents sister Miss Malissa B Purr ofGosport Jnd is expected home Tuesday Mrs Fred Kpehler is visiting this week at her aunts S E II and her brother W H Hammack George Archer has returned from the mountains where he has been employed in a yard Misses Steely Campbell and Gat Hffe who have been visiting Miss Su sie Parkes have returned to their homes in Williamsburg is IT itiGiir For an Editor to Recommend Patent Medicines the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend and of is the various proprietary medicines which flood the market yet as a pre ventive of suffering we feel it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy We have known and used this in our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In many cases a dose ofthis remedy would save hours of suffering while a physi cian is awaited We do not believe in depending implictly on any medicine for a cure but we do believe that if a bottle of Chamberlains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and at the inception of an at tack much suffering might be avoided in very many cases the presence a physiciUn would not be required least this has been our experience during the past twenty years For Sale by RE McRoberts druggist i Uf I I L PREACHEB I i ol f I tIc t l l fine appointment Peal 1 Anderson William visiting Kennedy UI N T Grow Hickman I 1 inNw medicine f lIe l cas anA 1 ha d s t for8300 J PYBiElhtx u jin ocTc as t tic car Sir hctister ha t WOODSH lumbar administered d lm at by tucky The Pettit Mrs City for ter tacky fire for the in Of Of By ert Judge lease ficer By of the cent the vine in dogs wilt for if are gan ing ed now ry ow she she ery ed all News Nicholasville will have a Street Fair Four troops of native scouts have been formed in the Philippines The battleship Oregon has arrived Chefooon the way to Kure Japan to dock j First Lieut Horace Webster of the Fortysecond infantry died in the Philippines Eugene Owens was shot and killed her brotherinlaw Walter Clem in Boyle comity Nine penaltysuits were tiled against Louisville tobacco warehouses by Ken growers and dealers court martial which tried Col of the thirtyfirst infantry brought in a verdict of acquittal Julia De Greve of Hartford Ind jumped overboard from a steamer m the Atlantic and WLS drowned Senator Lindsay left Washington City where he and his expect to spend two weeks af which he intends to return toKen The records show the total loss by in the United States and Canada the first six months of 1900 to be 108298000 as against 65W9750 for same ported in 1899 Deputy United States MarshalHow and Wilson was killed and Tip Day and James Bush were mortally Menifee countv while the latter two were resisting arrest At a meeting of the Board of it was decided to continue the Kentucky Chautauqua Assembly at Lexington On account of the troubles the continued existence the Chautauqua has been a matter doubt agreement of the attorneys Rot the last man arrested for complicity in the Goebel murder con spiracy was arraigned before County Moore and an order for his re from jail in the custody of an of was entered a unanimous vote 2500 members the Street Railway Employes have decided to resume the strike Transit Company people having tricked its men by violating the re agreement concerning the em ployment of men Union labor is with strikers in the boycott Detective James of Nichols purchased the two famous Pat and Tom which have tracked and run down many criminals the Kentucky river lands The were purchased by Mr Peel and be used in otiicial business in samine county American athletes in the biggest athletic contest ever held in England captured seven out of ten events from the champions of England Australi Ireland Scotland and India The four American jockeys now riding in every race at the big London meeting It was a great day America in international sport The Second Fifth Eighth and Fif teenth infantry and the First and Ninth cavalry have been ordered for service in the Philippines or China needed A squadron of the Third cavalry and a company of engineers also under orders The Second Fifth and Eighth infantry have been ordered from Cuba by the first ble transport Tale bearing and drink led to a edy at a little mining town near Cor bin called Gompers The victim was Charles Hunter while the slayer was relative named Thomas Gossett Hunter while intoxicated circulated tales about Go sett it is said and be abusing him A fight ensued dur which Hrnter was killed At the sale of old carpets formerly used in the State Capitol building at Frankfort a carpet taken from the floor in theottice of the Secretary of State was sold for 29 though it had no There was spirited bidding for it of the fact that it was the on which it is the assassin stood who killed Goe Coal operators in the Corbin section as well as the mining districts of Jel lico are in receipt of many communi cjitions from consumers of steam coal in Alabama Mississippi and other Southern sections desiring to know prices on coal delivered These are the result of a strike which seems imminent in the South western mining regions The State Board of Equalization completed its labors filing in the of lice of the State Auditor a report showing that although the total value of all property subject to taxation is nearly 12000000 the realize in taxes this year nearly 2271000 less than it did last year This due to the decrease in the tax rate from 521 cents to 47 cents There may be a deficit in the State A Night of Tcrror Awful anxiety was felt for the wid of the brave General Burnham of Machias Me when the doctors said could not live till morning writes rs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful night All she must soon die from but begged for Dr Kings New Discov saying it had more than once sav her life and had cured her of Con sumption After three small doses she slept easily all night and its further use completely cured her Tj s mar velous medicine is guaranteed to cure Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and 1 Trial bottle free at drug store 1m i es ila JAugust12 and 3i d Atlantic wounded Directors financial Noaks Union bloodhounds J Englandwon shot and real value because carpet bel inquiries States I MCRoberts I 0Ah 4040400000Ad family Peel ate t alieg Tr I Pneumonia I rag ease t x h R the found them tf at the of it drt next and you If a use c J most the will the a It are are an ges dam or corn a or we Jeff T Dunn of Bryantsville sold to Dennis Foley a pair of tiptop two yearold mules for 250 Many of the diseases peculiar to hogs contagious and the instant a hog is seen to be sicK oroff its feed remainder of the herd should be removed to other quarters If a sow is not permitted to breed until she is eighteen months old the pigs will be better than if she is bred younger and this will be true of her future litters I have on hand GOO mountain ewes will sell on time or for cash or place them in good hands or shares can good Southdown bucks with J I HA3HLTON awayfromeasier to win a good name than the young man at the track to name the winner French and Austrian horsemen are picking up our 220 and under trotters about 1500 to 2000 to work on race courses of those countries where the A merican horse has a way taking the best purses Take a leaf or two of tobacco wrap around the tree at the ground put around it to hold it there The spring scrape and apply as before so on every spring As long as do this I believe you will not be troubled with boers T I James in Home and Farm The general public think that an owner has very little respect for his stallion if he wont advertise him properly and tho public is pretty gcn eally right regarding such matters horse is really worthy a liberal of pripters ink will increase his truing capacity faster than anything else in the world T Larimore of the bluegrass re gionof Kentucky is now one of the extensive and prosperous farmers in the Dakotas In one field he has 7500 acres of wheat 1500 acres of oats and barley and 2000 acres of flax In cultivation and harvesting cf these immense crops about 500 and as many mules are constantly employedThe is asked as to what cure the gapes in young chickens We were very successful last year in use of common coal oil We used teaspoonful to one quart of soft feed is best to begin while the chickens young using a small quantity at first and increasing the dose until they getting as much as they will take eat their food up clean Cor Ir Farmer J Granville Cecil sold to OII Wiei St Matthews S C a promising earling filly by Gambetta Wilkes Bettie Hicks by Robert McGreg for 300 Thomas Metcalfe deli v tied Saturday to Cogar Davis 3300 j bushels of wheat which he sold at 75c His crop made about 25 bushels to the Advocate The assessors reports for the year 1899 just tabulated by the State Board of Equaliation gives the fol lowing totals Tobacco 229003 acres gave a yield of 145052926 pounds or 6318 per acre hemp 4832188 pounds 1925357 acres yield 28331535 bushels wheat 888961 acres yield 8 181441 bushels or 92 bushels per acre meadows 146063 acres yield 3845G7 tons or tons per acre grass and clover seed 133908 bushels Iowa farmers have within the last months accordimg to figures com piled in Kansas City bought in Texas and Kansas not less than 100000 An goats the object of most of them being to utilize the goats m clearing brush lands as well as in wool and meat productions This estimate seems to be very high considering the supply formerly in the Lone Star State but it is probable that quite a many of tli2 stock sold to go to Iowa were only halfbred Angoras on the parent old Mexican stock The total outgo of live cattle from American ports in May was 2839 head an increase over April of 4802 and an increase over March of 5003 Compared with May of 99 Uian the amounted to 33261 there was decrease of 4862 In the first five months of this year exports of cattle were 123t8G8 against 130435 in the corresponding five months last year showing a decrease this year of 6567 There was also a decrease of 30909 from five months of 98 and a 43560 from 97 The old saying that A swarm of s worth a load of hay a n June is worth a spoon and a swarm of bees in is not worth a fly is no longer a true one With the Patent hives movable frames sheets of foundation empty comb and the knowledge have now of feeding a swarm of bees if they come out as late as Octo her could be saved and carried taro the winter while a swarm in July would have combs nearly tilled with brood in ten days besides having to fill the surplus boxes One who cares to take the trouble and is more anxious to increase his number of hives than to gather surplus honey can take three or four swarms in a season a strong colony and have them thrifty and in gooi condition to winter well but by such divisionof the colony they will be likely to store but little surplus DeWitts Little Early are little pills for and bowel troubles Never gripe Frisbie I I ound much laborers acreDanville 15 six I gory good exports decrase- of bees in May bees silver July begun from Risers j F P I arc furnish and C famous liver l c s r BUY MASTIC XMIXED 672 S2r14 PAINTS We keep it in stock and guaran tee every gallon STOREPoll BEST CREAM SODA WATER oooOOOOOOO OOOOOOoooooooooooooooooo m l FINE CIGARS GINGER ALE FINE SOAPS and PERFUMERIES LILLARTJ V STOUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville IRUGGISTS SUNDRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of ou tine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpToDate Novelties Our SOfa Fountain Always Equipped with the Purest and Rest Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our prescription department is handled with the utmost care and presided over by experienced men Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT 4 Dollar faforThats what our Special Sale of Fancy Suits means An fe square genuine reduction of 20 per cent on any Fancy in We dont want to have to move so ninny back 3our new storeroom i Suit to The Opportunity of the Season to Get a Bar gain In a Suit IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE GLOBEs Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY t I lr AND t a 7 ff 7J 10rgt0Tf JI0 0100i8 00fJv 1 r i l 1 I i J Tt Y S0ZfjiiJrfff 7ffJlij wi P r RUGS r 1 absolutely aorta use ff3 f C 0 i LAKE Grand Midsummer Ecursions C h a f a u qua VIA TILE In connection with Special Excur cursions leaving Cincinnati via the Big Four Route said the Drie R R July 6 to 27th Low Round Trip Rates 1580from Junction City to Chatauqua and return Free Reclining Chair Cars Cafe Parlor Observation Oars Trains in the South Further as to Excursion can be had by consul tii g ticket agents 0 L MITCHELL D P A Chattanooga C1IAS W ZELU Div P A Cincinnati WJ MURPHY W Ceul Manager Genl Pasgr CINCI8 AT O Finest JlartictK us C RINEASON Agt I PARKERS BALSAMpane and the Promote Never Fails to Hair to its YouthfUl Color hair fa hat 8oatore an d dkand LWatA vill r rr McRoberts Drug Store Ice Cream is ll1kioiis Try It Ufh n oi1Yttr GO TO STORMES DRUC Tl fimrEXSIflHj CASA3S II 31 YEA1J IS NXY mist hive a Dilly Paper Tha Campaign Offer of SlOflF- roaiHwtuHj 15 nude THE LOUISVILLE EVENING BY MAIL ONLY only unbiased ana REGULAR Ons month SOc 125 200Twelvefor Sample Copies THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky 8 BEAZLEY l Fvryi Jy b POSTI The theSouth Thre month3 Se W 1 V Eli 1 RATES td Teeth extracted wl out pala DENTIST Officewith Vkalixad Air in ltd resbTCeriau cliurcL1 the Bookunt bUI ulnKDiinvlJl street oppo 1 r CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JULY 12 1900 people Mrs John Leavell is very ill at this writingMr Lcivell visited in Lower Gnrrard Sunday Miss Georgic West of Ilarrodsburg is visiting Miss Katie Simpson Miss Susie Yantis of Stanford is the guest of Miss Annie Yantis Miss Pearl Philips has returned from a visit to her home folk in Stanford Mrs Williams of Casey county is visiting Mrs Fuller on Danville street Dr Black and wife of Knoxville Tenn have been Mrs E W Arnolds guests Little Miss Barnes Duty of Lexinj is visiting her aunt Miss Lena Bright Hon R C Warren and wife were over from Stanford Sunday visiting relativesLittle Cora and Ada Wesley have returned froma visit to relatives neat MiddleburgMiss 13ettisof Lowell is spend lug a few days with relatives in this city and vicinity Mrs Juliet Rogers and son Joseph accompanied Miss Jennie Duncan to Stanford Tuesday Dr Wi N Bush and wife leave this week to make several months visit to relatives in Georgia Mrs Lizzie Jordan of Eirliampolis Ind isvisiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Pumphrcy Robson of Louisville are vis iting relatives in this city Lancaster friends will regret to learn of the illness of Miss Jaynie Shumate at her home in Danville Mrs W R Cook son Robertson and guest Miss Mary Robertson are in Xicholasvillc visiting relatives Cashier S C Denny of the National Bank was confined to his room several days by illn i bat is bicc at his post Mrs G M Patterson and daughter Grace Helen returned Monday night from an extended visit to friends in IllinoisMiss Jennie Duncan left Friday to join Dr Simpson Elkin and wife in Cincinnati to spend several weeks at Yellow Stone Park Mrs W M Bogle of Owensboro and Mr W C Wherritt of New Orleans are guests of their parents Mr W II Wherritt and wife Mr II W Tucker of Atlanta and Miss Clyde McGinnis of Danville Ire expected today to be with and Mrs Joseph Faulconer for several daysMr George McRoberts and wife of Stanford are visiting the family of Mr Joe Burnside Mr McRoberts has been ill with fever but is reported some better Hunley Singleton whose illness was mentioned in last issue suffered a re lapse and has been in quite a critical condition for several days lie is easier today Misses SaraU and Ella Higginboth am of Marcellus Lena Palmer of Ivirksyille and Jennie Perkins of Marksbury have been the guests of Mrs J M Higginbotham Miss Minnie Eastham an exceed ingly pretty and attractive young la dv of Danville accompanied by Mr Billy Briggs drove over and took sup per with Mr and Mrs John E Stormes Friday evening Miss Gonzella Byrne the pretty young lady who is to sing at the tonight will arrive on the noon train from Kingston Madison county She will leave tomorrow for the Cin cinnati Conservatory of Music to re v main some time Her singing tonight will be one of the most enjoyable on the program r 1 J en Ir resting feature oo4do4ooo00 0004000440000oooo4- tR OUT 00o4oooao4 aooooaoaedo4444444ao N ton 4 antJ 3 r t 4 uppI I Contests J I d Miss Amie Hill is visiting Miss Arnold Miss Helen Thurmond is visiting Mrs U D Simpson Mr J M Logan made a business trip to Danville Iilondaj M iss Eugenia Busby is the guest of her cousin Miss Gena Bush Miss Daisy Collier of Danville vis ited Miss Pearl Hill last week Miss Edna Ramsey of Monticello is the guest of Miss Nell Johnston Miss Ballew of Kingston is visiting the family of Mr Arch Kavanaugh Jack Pinkerton and Ed Dinwiddie of llustonville were visitors here Sun dayMiss Olivia Sweeney is in London entertained by Mrs Theodore Mesdames Raymond and Joe Has elden are recuperating at Dripping SpringsSenator Fanis and wife spent with relatives and friends in StanfordMiss Merritt is spending a with her amt in StanfordGen Collier is in Georgetown this week a witness in the Goebel cases Eliza Ballard and son Hagan of Bryantsville visited Mrs John Leaven and daughter Misses Eugenia Bush and Maggie Tomlinson attended the Fourth of Ju ly celebration in Stanford Miss Eugenia Dunlap of Lexington Is expected this week to visit Misses Bertha and Burnside Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside have returned from a pleasant visit to Paint Lick and Kirksville friends Danville Advocate Miss Julia Mae Gaines of Lancaster is the guest of the Misses Royston of Junction City While in Lexington last week Judge J C Hcmphill purchased a pretty pony and little trap for his children Its a neat turnout Mr R L Ilagan wife and charming daughters Ella May and Karmic Leo visited Mr and Mrs R II Ballard of Bryantsville Sunday Miss Pauline Burdett a beautiful young lady of Bryantsville has been visiting her cousin Miss Jennie D Burdett the past two weeks Mr J C Hardin of Lowell who is a mighty good friend of the RKCOIID gave the office boys quite a treat in the way of a lot of line apples Misses Eddie Adams and Sarah King of Danville and Col W R Ramsey of London were guests of Mr Tom Dunn of Bryantsville last weekCapt W Ilcrndon was In Perry villc attending the meeting of the G A R committee appointed to see after the establishment of a National Park at that place Mr John E Stormes attended the meeting of the State Board of Phar macy of which he is a member at Maysville this week He will return via Louisville Ashley Swope happened to quite a painful accident by falling from a horse breaking both bones of an arm at the wrist The little fellow has suffered a great deal Mr Frank Bacon and wife of Mrs Tom Browning and of Lexington and Mrs William Marrs of Knoxville are expected this week to visit their parents Mr and Mrs John Anderson Lancaster friends have received dainty cards announcing the birth of Phyllis Hull at Lawrenceburg Tune 27 If the little lady grows into as handsome and attractive woman as is her mother sirs Harriet Glascock Hull she will be a beauty indeed Mr R Pope Professor ot Latin French and Mathematics in Willirms burg Institute spent a few days with his sister Mrs W II Smith Prof Pope leaves in a few days for the Chicago University where he will spend the summer in school after which he will return to Williamsburg and resume his work as teacher being Moran days Miss Sacray Louisville children Minnie Monday fex assassination Mrs Mary Monday Dr South of Frankfort has been Miss Christine Bradleys guest Hiatt of Winchester is visiting her uncle J M Hiatt of Lower Garrard visited Mrs John Leavell Monday Miss Mary Carpenter of Huston ville is the guest of Mrs John Riffe Mr Randall Dixon of Middlesbc rough has been in this city for a few days Mrs Sympson has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Casey countyMr Arch McKinney of Alabama has been the guest of his friend Owen Shugars Judge R A BurnsidS and wife vis ited their daughter Mrs Wm Lack SundayMr Ilerndon of Middles borough is here with his home folk for a few days TIlE RECORD received a remittance from the youngest subscriber which any paper can boast It came from Master Charles Fox Witwer of Gar land Texas The young man is cer tainly starting out on the right road tosuccess The little fellow is his A B Cs out of TIlE RECORD type set each week by Capt White his Dr E G Dick and wife of Crab Orchard Springs were in the city Friday The doctor made this ollice a most pleasant call lie is in charge of the Keeley at the Springs and has held the position for many years which goes to show his ability both as a physician and manager Dr Dick is a man who has great sympa thy for those who require the Keeley treatment and he displays an inter est in each case that certainly helps the poor fellow along The Keeley treatment is often run down but it is always done by those who either dont know what they are talking about or some fellow who has taken it and wants to give an excuse for his to his cups Spainri GrcateHt Need Mr R P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at AikenSCWeak nerves had caused severe pains in back of his head On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what the country needs All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble the blood tones up the stomach the nerves puts vim vigor and new life into every muscle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need it Every bottle guaranteed only 50 cts Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m if Darwin founded his theory of evolution on the monkeyshines man is continual cutting he didnt miss it very far HuiiifA Or lriiises Sprains or sores burns or scalds wounds or cuts tetter eczema all quickly cured by Banner Salve the most healing medicine in the world C C J E Stormes 1m A Word To those owing me It is settling time and I need all due me Another Word To those wanting Big Bargains 1 am selling a 1 1 Spring and Sum mer goods at cost Ctfme get some of these bargains SallIe D Tillett Miss Eliza Ison learning gre tgrandfa there returning th strengthens Miss lcne Institute C tucNIou Yes August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the ac the liver stimulate the ner vous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Forsale by C C J E Stormes Independent oftlie Saloons Support Contributed By way of illustration on the subject of How to Run a City Without Any Revenue from the Liquor Traffic I will take the cities of Fargo North Dakota and Morehead Minnesota Moorehead has fortyfive salons each paying a license of 500 Fargo has none and derives no revenue from that sources all expenditures are tak en front firect taxation on real and personal property The assessors books show that the increased valua tion of Fargo was 514104 more in 1890 than it was in 18JS while Moor head showed a decrease of 0466 be tween 18U8 and 1899 The two towns are situated on the east and west banks of the Red river of the North respectively and have equal advanta ges in the way of location transporta tion charges and the same class of people live on both sides of the river Petti bones directory for Moorhead and Fargo for 1899 show Fargo in creased in population more than six times as fast as Moorhead did in 1898 When the saloons were daiven out of Fargo it was predicted that the town would die that the rents would go down and the buildings remain va cant etc The facts do not carry these dismal prophecies out More tItan 1000000 has been expended in buildings in Fargo in the past three years and there is not a vacant house or store in town that is at all desira ole The tax rate for the running ex penses of Fargo have been reduced 25 per cent in the last four years not withstanding the great improvements which have taken place and in face of the fact that in 97 an extraordinary expense on account of high water of more than 20 per cent of the tax levy for city purposes of that year City warrants that were sold during saloon times below par are par today and eagerly sought for The bonded in debtedness of Fargo is only 1950 as against 5088 for Toledo Ohio up to 9573 for Boston Mass During sa loon times Fargo did not have a sin gle block of paved streets while now we have fifteen miles of well paved streets with a complete system of sew erage 10 all parts of the city In reply to the inquiry as to How to run a prosperous town without any revenue from the liquor traffic It is a very simple answer All that is necessary is to elect men for the oil ces of mayor and city council who are both honest and capable and who will look the citys interest as they own and see that the rev enues of the city are not wasted and men who will see that all appointive officers perform their duties Let peo ple know that it is safe to invest their money there that if they do they will not be robbed see that your town is free from objectionable characters and make it safe for ladies and chil dren to be on the streets at all hours and you have solved the problem I do not know as any special credit clue me I simply enforce our laws that I have sworn to do and the citizens of Fargo stand by me in doing so If they did not I could not do it Yours truly J A JOHNSON Mayor of Fargo N D A Frightful Will often cause a horrible burn scald cut or bruise Bucklens Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers BoilsFelons Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Only 25ctsa box Cure guarantued Sold by McRoberts druggist 1m tionof Blunder Arni- ca R E Anse erect after When a man tells you he likes to work you may not say so to his face but you think it just the same The blood is strained and purified by the kidneys No hope of health while the kidneys ate wrong FOLEYS KID NEY CURE will make healthy kidneys and pure blood Nothing else just as good C C J E Stormes 1m A mans curiosity never reaches the feminine standpoint until some one tells him that his name was in yester days paper IIERBINE clears the complexion gives buoyancy t the mind cures headache regulates the stomach and bowels the liver and is in fact a perfect guardian to the health Price 50 cents Stormes 1m The man who believes only half that hears generally gets along all right if he happens to select the right half There is no longer an excuse for any one to endure the torture inflicted by piles when Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them a remedy so moderate in price and so effective Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes 1m A genius is a man who when he ac cidentally says a good thing can make his hearers believe it was intentional One Minute Cough Cure is the only harmless remedy that produces results Try it F P Frisbie Many a man flatters himself that he is a devil of a fellow simply because he goes about with a cloven breath Any advertised dealer is auth rized to guarantee Banner Salve for tetter eczema piles sprains cuts scald burns ulcers and any open or Old Sore C C 2 J E Stormes 1m It is not until a man reaches thirty that he begins to wrap the small bills on the outside of the roll If you are sick all over and dont know just what ails you its ten to one your kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring health and energy C C J E Stormes 1m The world may owe every man a living but the majority of them are too lazy to hustle around and collect it We have sold many different cough remedies but none has given better satisfaction than Chamberlains says Mr Charles Holzhauer Druggist Newark N J It is perfectly safe and can be relied upon in all cases of coughs colds or hoarseness Sold by R E Mi Roberts druggist 1m If some men would remember the answers to half the questions they ask they would have a liberal tion Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abund antly The trouble arises from inani tion their food is not assimilated but devoured by worms A few doses of WHITES CUKAM VERMIFUGE will de stroy the worms when the children will begin to thrive at Once Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes 1 When a man divides all his proper ty among his relatives he should st down and send for the tool killer If the stomach liver and bowels fail to perform their functions regularly and naturally the blood becomes con taminated with impurities and the whole system is in consequence debili tated HEmliNE is remarkable for its efficacy in curingthe ailments of sum mer and the disorders prevalent dur ing hot weather Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m House cleaning may bring about cleanliness but it doesnt superinduce a feeling of gocUiness Those who live on farms are espec ally liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BALLARDS SNOW LINT MENT is applied Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m It is better to be sure than sorry but if you are too blamed sure you are sure to be sorry that you are sure Womens eIghts Many women suffer all sorts of so called female weaknesses simply be cause their kidneys are out of order and they have a right to know FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is just what is needed by most ailing women Stormes 1m CO T E he immediate educ C C J E stimulates C C ON This Buggy a ufr 2OAO i the amount you save by buying from us The Columbus the Kauffman the Moyer the Wood huff We carry a full and com lete line at prices that be duplicated We are doing the Nicest and Best Carriage and Buggy work ever done in Lancaster Come and see for yourselves We have firstc ass work men You get Good Honest Work polite atten tion and reasonable prices W GT We are prepared to put on Best Rubber Tires in the market is cart ROLANS I ft LT While criticising your neighbors character it might be well to glance at the diagram he has of yours A gentleman recently cured of gave the following blessing Some have meat and can not eataml some have none that want it but we have meat and we can eat Kodol Dyspepsia Cure be thrtfiked This preparation will digest what you cat It instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all stomach dis orders F P Frisbie 1m Faith Hope and Charity arc the three the disgraces are t o numerous to mention The law holds both maker and circulator of a counterfeit equally guilty The dealer who sells you a dangerous counterfeit of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve risks your life to make a little larger profit You can not twist him DeWitts is the only genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and all skin diseases See that your dealer gives you DeWitts Salve F P Frisbie Business men who lack the vim snap and vigor they once had should use it will purify the blood strengthen and invigorate the system Price 50 cents Stormes 1m One of the dampers of ambition is the fact that the mantel of greatness has to be worn as a shroud too often An Kpiilemlc of Diarrhoea Mr A Saiulers writing from Coco anut Grove FIt says there has been quiet an epidemic of diarrhoea there lie had a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He says he also recommended it to others and they say it is the best medicine they ever used For sale by Mc Roberts Druggist 1m dyspepsia I gracesbut I I I II ERBIXE C e J E R E A FACT that our work excells in all important points Each case receives our care ful attention and all DENTAL WORK done will prove a source of pleasure health and satisfaction to our patrons We study and adopt in our work all improvements and new ideas in science TEETH ON PLATES OR CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK ASK OUR PATIENTS or see our work The bestset of teeth in the world 750 and a free Rail Road Ticket home DR HOBSON Dentist Next door to Government Building Richmond Ky ITIS I I I ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass J 6 Collier Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store Dr MASONS Shoe FOR MEN Have them in black and tan This is flexible welt corrugated bottom low heel suitable for tennis cycling and a general outing shoe or for all the time use K3T Price 250 Always call on us a Caldwell LanierLe- aders in Shoes and Furnishings ORGANIZED 1883 fITIZENS NATIONAL OP TawninTTTim Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 ITCSISESS SOLICITED Careful anti PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HiaoiNBOTUAJt Preslden- LiwisY LKAVKM YlcePrealdem B F H0DSON Cashier W O RieNEY Assistant Cashi OD WALKER Bookkeepei DIRECTORS JMHlSGIHBOTUAM iJtWIS Y r il ARNOLD B F II0D30N JJTMLKF I I i I i I I I i i I i I I I I I I Ralth DANVILLE BANK LEA VZII- l a 040000000ooo444 rt0i ld 71 J o00o04060o040800040d4 o4a0060440 l For the Next Thirty Days We Will Give a Glass of Our Delicious Ice Cream Soda With Every Cash Purchase of 1 FRISBIES PHARMACY rlJffiiif J 1Jjl ruil l lWJltfUf t 1lt W Jfffgi Jl iflM 0 0 0 0J2 1 1IIi fI 4 1 Ill i I Y 11 uuu i i ISI r i E i t t II f IfI i i yjJi 0 fj010ID m lJ s 0 0 G01 I n I s tiI t i r i eLi 1 er 1 Ilkt I r 1 f sores and UlcersTh- at ment but are trying to cure it with salves and washes While these are soothing and relieve pain to some extent ho real permanent good can come from their use the disease ni the reach of external applications forfivein the blood beyondi August lioJ FAiR thing an if Big Ponl t 0 rear rjrZOJjLC i900 i9 o r f 4 Q I- Y 13 1415 16 1718 I SOOOO URSEIEM1UM s 30000us m Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races i Fxee ittxactionaTHE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND 85 Fine Lads direct from Hungary in Daily Concerts35l 1 TIlE WEINTZ FAMILY 6MEMBERS6 AerYtsts SflpreaeI t These celebrated families will give FREEPERFORMANCES each day in front of the grand stand TIE FAMILY SMEMBERS8 Uirivafed Acrobats DILL fORTH The AKO JDI 3iT TTXCXAWill Include the most gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuseK ment features the best and highest priced artists and the grandest aggre Tx gallon of Oriental and modern noverty features ever congregated underr one management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT srigKcursio rates on all railroads See posters and small hand bills OFT Uv z E W SecTetnr3r Lx1ngtca DRAIN THE SYSTEM ENDANGER LIFE 11 1L 13 tendency of sores and ulcers is to grow worse spreading and eating deeper into the flesh are a constant drain upon the system gradually ruin sap the lifeA persons capacity for work or pleasure is soon the great desire and search for something to cureS S S makes a rapid cure of old sores and ulcers and is the thatdoes because no other can reach deepseated blood troubles Ordinary Sarsaparilla and potashare too weak and watery to overcome a deady poison that taken of Do A sore heals promptly when the blood is in condition but nevo diseased The waste valuable lime experimenting witb goon niixtu A Gunshot Wound have perfect use of the leg which was swollen and very stiff for a long time S S S is the only purely vegetable blood known is made of roots and of wonderful purifying properties up was son J II MCBRAYER Xavreuceburg Ky troutfle ana lot el1 poisozi out of my blood soon afterwards the sore healed and cured and well I now n resist 8 S tue wlijrli tin rsti s At the same time the general health is invigorated and built up When a little scratch or hurt fails to heal readily you may sure your blood bad S S soon put it in order and so Our Medical Department is in charge of experienced physicians who have madeMood diseases a study If you will them about case they will gladly J I clears the fall morbid humors and the old troUblesome sore heals Swill w te your blood PROGRESS OF THE SOUTH Twenty Yenr Have Shown a Re niurUaltle Industrial Growth Dotrii In Dixie The industrial progress of the south during the past 20 years is shown in a late issue of the Manufacturers JJcc old from which it appears that the low price of cotton has had the effect of stimulating the output of oilier farm products In the past ten years the production of wheat has increased 54 per cent in the south and the num her of hogs raised there has during that period nearly doubled Seventy two varieties of field crops are now grown where there formerly was but cotton and G5 varieties of vegetables fruits and melons are raised in the south for markets in the north While Jive years ago the cot ton mills in the south consumed but 700000 halls of cotton their consump lion now amounts to nearly 1500000 bales in the 550 mills with 952092 spindles and 11M11G looms The num her of mills has increased 20fi that of spindles and looms 010 per cent TIll finest blankets made in the coun try are now manufactured in Carolina wheT 104 woolen mills arc in operation The finest grade of wool can be grown in the sAuth almost as cheaply as cotton Two decides ago Hie south produced annually g l 6 jf000 tons of bituminous coal that prod net has now passed the 10000000 mark and of the 17000 square miles of coal fields in the south only about 1000 are under development While two decades ago less than 500000 tons of iron were produced that production has now grown to 2500000 tons of a very superior irty h And the iron in in tIll south is as yet in in fancy There are enormous iron ore deposits in different parts of that of the country which have thus far not been touched at all This is butt short summary of the progress made in the south during the past 20 years but it sullices to indicate the possibili ties of that part of the country and what is in store for it in the future since it is no longer limited to cot toi Denver Post In 1450 Jean Gobelin founded a car pet manufactory in Paris the output of which has become famous by his name The present site was purchased by the state in 1602 Splendid of carpets anti tapestry are executed with the needle here some of the pieces of work having cost as much as 30000 and entailed from five to ten years labor In 1S71 the building looms and many pieces of tapestry were destroyed by the Commune The tapestries and carpets that adorn vari ous places of royalty were at Gobelins The Gobelins were dyers and Loqis XIV purchased their carpet manufactory in 1CGG a few years after it was founded The productions said to have attained the highest of perfection in the time of Louis great minister Colborn and his Louvois Detroit Free Press Worried Half to Death Oh John exclaimed the young mother I am glad home I have been so worried Why dear he asked what is the matter Its about the baby I tremble to think of it You know they say chil dren that are smart never grow up Yes yes he cried go on What has happened Go on John she said putting her arms arouiulhisrciltand sobbing upon his breast he said Da da today and lie is only nine months old Tit Bits nothing lu try it section tooltco1lnt specimen manufactured of the Hotel des GoheJins are degree successor ort Ii Royal fire Some years was shot in the left leg receiving what I considered a slight wound Itdeveloped a sore and Rave me a pain I was treated doctors andtook a number of blood remedies but none did me any eard S S S highly recommendedand concluded to give it a trial The result was truly gratifying S S S to right at the ago I I iall or auvice A f mish information wanted without any SWIFT SPECIFIC CO I cuarge wantever ituuress i I I i C Theres no need to go to the PARIS EXPO TwentySeven Millions of People Uuve UteRi Swept Away Star vation In u Hundred Year GREAT FAMINES OF INDIA Some statistics from Indian govern ment reports give an idea of the tre mendous loss of life that has taken place from starvation since the date when Croat Britain established her rule in India and of the enormous sums of money expended in relief works without as yet providing any safeguard against the recurring cal amity says the New York Sun In the year 1770 Bengal was a famine The crop of 17CJ being a total failure it is computed that nine months out of a population of 0000000 onethird or 10OCO000 perished from starvation and disease In order to obtain food parents sold their children into slavery until no buyers could be found For a time thousands subsisted upon leaves of trees anti grass until oven that source of nourishment failing the living ac tually fed upon the bodies tIle dead As if fate were determined to revel in irony it is recorded that while the rainy season of 1770 brought an abundant harvest in the meantime millions of starving wretches crawled despairingly from one deserted vil le to another in a vain search for food lying in multitudes through in abilit3 to live through the few weeks that separated them from their har vest The effects of this famine were felt for two generations The children and young people having almost all suc cumbed there was no rising to till the fields So jungles grew up where there had once been farms anti villages and tigers and elephants multiplied to such an extent that the population Jay at the mercy of beasts In 1S37 the northwest provinces were ravaged by a famine of which it is recorded that in two cities the inhabitants died at the rate of a day and in the rural districts hu man beings perished by villages By the three great famines of 1SCO 1SCC amllSGO in the northwest prO inces Orissa and Itajputana 3000CCO of people are said to have been swept away in that of 1SCG the famished wretches again resorted to cannibal ism Bengal was again visited by a fam ine in 1S71 when 3900000 people re ceived daily relief at a cost to the gov ernment of 32500000 and to private charity of 1110000 On this occasion the previous opening up of the coun try by roads and railways as well as the relief efforts were successful in holding the grim scourge at bay so that few actually perished From 1876 to ISIS the provinces of Bombay Madras and Mysore were swept by famine and pestilence that almost equaled the disaster of a cen tury before At a cost to the govern ment of 35000000 1500000 people were temporarily relieved but that this sufficed little is demonstrated by the fact that in one district of 2129 000 people 570000 are supposed to have perished From the subsequent epidemic of cholera till deaths were returned at 357000 for Madras 58000 for and 5000 for Bombay In all during this period the famine commissioners reported that in the provinces under British administration out of a popu lation of 190000000 5250000 deaths took place in excess of what might have been looked for during the same period in ordinary seasons In tIle year 1S97 famine once more raised its head in the northwest inceSjthreateninga population of 80 I I j b b within o generation flourishing 200 I I I visit y 1 oreIyu norp BRYANTSVILLE Protracted meeting began at this place Sunday night conducted by Rev Robinson regular pastor I will have in a new line of sailors Saturday Call and see them Mrs A S Ilaselden Mrs Oliver King remains quite ill Misses Hattie Maggie and Anna Jennings of Danville visited friends here Sunday Miss Bessie Farley of Ilarrodsburg visited the family of J Farley Monday Mr Will of Lancaster was with friends Monday Misses Jennie Bessie Ballard were the guests of Mrs Nancy Hughes in Danville Saturday Miss Lee Merritt is spending sev eral weeks in London Little Miss Annie Lee Wool folk of Lexington is visiting her aunt Mrs Eiiza Ballard Mr R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick were the guests of Mrs Allie Ilaselden Sunday Mrs Char lie Becker visited her motner at Hick man Sunday 000000 JSyOetober 1897 the Total cost of relief had reached but yet many hundreds of thousands perished The disaster was quickly followed by the plague had a death roll in the province of Bombay of 100000 to be in turn succeeded by the present famine It is computed that from the year 1770 until 1S79 India has been visited in different parts by no less than 31 famines with a loss to human life di rectly and indirectly of 27000000 A glance at the map of India will show the enormous extent of territory sub ject to these visitations With the ex ception of the strip of coast beneath the mountains from Bombay to Cape the greater part of the provinces of Assam and Burniah to gether with the leltaie districts at the head of the Bay of Bengal the rest of the peninsula is liable to drought and consequent famine with 40000000 people at all times on the verge of starvation In spite of the vast sums expended upon irrigation works and the development of the country un tier British auspices the hopelessness of the situation was expressed by an eminent AngloIndian authority who said that no compensating influences can prevent these recurring periods of continuous drought with which large provinces of India are afflicted Waterworks on a scale adequate to guarantee the whole of India from drought not only exceed the possibili ties of finance but lire beyond the reach of engineering skill A hint is said to have been given to leading members of the Irish racy that their presence in Dublin dur jug the queens late visit would be ap predated It is now a great many ytars since Maria Edgeworth wrote her famous story The Absentee which gave rise probably to the conundrum once in every ones mouth What is that which makes treason reason and Ireland what it is The absent t But the absenteeism has continued Among the grandees there are but few who like the duke of Aber corn and Lord Dufjfcrin make their Irish home their chief place dence Of late years the squirearchy have from reasons intelligible enough migrated largely to Dublin and its neighborhood a circumstance to which is due the great growth of the suburbs on the Kingstown side where Lord Pembroke ownS the of the Irish capital The Irish squire who can no longer afford to entertain natur ally finds life within easy reach of Dub lin more agreeable than in a remote country house Except in the County Kildare and a few other favored dis tricts there is now scarce any hospital ity The jovial social life depicted by Charles Lever came close with the establishment of the encumbered es Knew What She About Mother Miss Catchcm has a lovely voice and you know it Why ask her to sing for Mr Kichfello Daughter after Mr Richfello See that mirror in front ofthe piano Yes Well Mr Richfello sits right in range where he can see her face She looks like a whitewashed chimpanzee when she sings N Y Weekly Still the Same saw Bumkin today for the first time in years He hasnt changed at all has he Thingumbob No he doesnt seem to realize it McJigger No- Thingumbob No Hes always tell ing about what a fool he usedJo be Philadelphia Press A Strong Point gars I would advise you to drop in a few camphor balls Mr Why Maria my cigars are not made of wool Mrs Stubbs Well John they smell like wool when you smoke them Chi cago DailjNews y A a ly of I V Leav dell wh h Corm orin general The Irlllh Squirearchy ofresi ton gentleman I MeJiggerI ape1- I StubbsMoths f 0 higgins u non50QC ToIlu sri Sloe Belgrai cia Was di Iou REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 291900 RESOURCES Loans ami discounts 138084 SI Overdrafts secured and unsecured Bonds to secure circulation 0000 00 Stocks securities etc tfTOO 00 fixtures 1100000 Other real estate and inortgiiges own Revenue Stamps 49 uChecks other cash items 94 jo Notes of other National Bunks 8M IO Fractional 48 LAWFUL MOSEY RESERVE IN BANK vizSpecie 9115 f0 Legaltender notes J i Redemption Fund with U S Treat urer 5 of circulation 2500 00 Total 2K94R9 US I LIABILITIES 00Surplusandtaxes G6tO nr 00DueDue to Trust Companies Savings Hanks 143707Individual deposits subject to check 132 3 4 Certified 1 5 Ou Total I S C DENNY Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the abovestatement is to best of my knowledgeand belief s C CashierSubscribed and sworn to before me this 11 day of July 1900 R KINNAIRD Public Commission expires January ICth 1JOt Attest A LEX RDENNY WM HKINNAIKD Directors AC RoiilNSON 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER K V AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 29J900 RESOURCES Loans and discounts flUTSIOverdrafts Secured und U9 71 U S Bonds to secure circulation 2rOGO 00 00Bankinghousereal estate and mortgages owned Due from National Bunks not Agents 2319 31 Due from State Banks and Bankers lisi 22 Due reserve agents 17932 70 Internal revenue stamps j oo Checks and other cash items 2Si jo Note of other national banks IM 00 Fractional paper currency nicklea and cents 90 1C LAWFUL MOSEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 8921 f o notes lGttt 00 10584 f0 Redemption fund with U S Treat urer 5 per cent of circulation 1250 00 TOTAL KSSIO xi LIABILITIES stock paid In Surplus fund andtaxes 521 25 National hank notes outstanding 24100 00 Due 4Y74 Due to State Banks and Hankers 1260 8 Individual deposits subject to check 9J2M 92 Tax Fund j 17 TOTAL issio a STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAIIRAKD ss I B F Hudson CushIer of the above namedbank do solemnly swear that the above statement is to best of my knowledge andbelief B F CushierSubscribed and sworn to before me this 10 day of July 1900 S C DENNY Notary PublicCORRECT Attest JJ WALKER J M IIlGGINBOTHAM T M AUNOLD Directors RETIREMENT HALL unpt Turn lirowii Famous Sew Jer sey KefuKe for Revolution ary Patriot Ovcrou the Jersey shore of New York oar is an interesting old mansion that must soon mike way for the advance of present tiny commerce During the British occupation of Xew York city ifter the battle of Long Island and the close of the revolution says the New York Tribune the friends of the mw republic were kept under pretty 2iose surveillance Often it became nec essary for them to go temporarily into axje avoid threatened imprisonment Dr even worse punishment at the hands jf the military or tory sympathizers Just across the bay at Greenville X Jbelow Communipaw which in those days was a rich farm district the Of liberty found a safe haven and the old mansion soon became known as Retirement Hall There in 1760 Capt Tom Brown a prosperous seafaring nina with a heart to the federal cause built his home which in war times was a shelter for patriots and afterward for two much social gayety It was a grand mansion in those days with broad to the waters edge pret ty gardens trees and shaded walks A of considerable acreage extended blck to the shore of Xew York bay rjjjjg land had been blInded down in the family of its mistress a Van Bus crk generations and old rec or s to been originally patented in 1G4T by Gov Kieft of the Netherlands to Claus Norman jThe walls of the house are as thick as a fortress and show no signs of de cay The front wall is of brick which came from Holland the other walls are of rough brownstone In the rear is a onestory addition of stone probably at one time u kitchen and storehouse with loopholes commanding the ave arelargecrawl through The timbers are all hewn from solid logs the joints being fastened with Immense wooden pegs dungeon reached by a trapdoor from the second floor was evidently used as place of slave punishment After the dejith of Capt Brown the Properly passed into the hands of the Gaiilier branch of the family who Preail3 improved tile place and from occupants were famous as enter A local yacht club has become the final tenant of the historic old place which presents a rather picturesque with its nautical surrouud anti general air of having seen better days In a few be demolished as the railroads are rapid encroaching on the narrow bit of that faces the harbor and another libertys cradles will have disap oeared A p 875 ilU S Motl6 3000 00 50 Y OF TJlE I iioo 00 from approved WOOO 00 JUooo 00 to I until to fri kind I politicallawns down for two show it have t estits mn1hsitWill probabl i STAT Cap tar tai lan furniture and 21 art I 269459 tit EOF KENTUCKYCOUNTY OF GARIItitoss I er Reserve ital other 5 21 ends ni ners pearance s d f Lancaster Lodge No 104I FAM I 9 ter and lire pot Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of is lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Muster ITotics to Stookaolders All stocklnldars of the Danville Lancaster Nicholasville Turnpike Road huenot presented their certificates to directed to present same at once to James Spilman Treasurer at Buena Vista Ky as the affairs of the Company are being settled and liquidated and Its assets distributed lWt GN JEAN President Central Hollnes s Camp Meeting Wilmore Ky July 23 to Aug 2 Low Rates from all points in via the Queen Crescent Route Ask ticket Agents for full particulars For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or lesslying in the forks of the Richmond and Copper Creek pikes in tlarrard county 3 miles from Paint Lick de with a nice cottage and necessary with good frnis and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A R or Jut N Denny Point LeaveD or with me at Rich mond W K DENNY 28jnnetf C who the 7 Kentucky outbuildings Treasul e r G 1 CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Timein effect Jiiul 1900 STATIONS Lv Louisville 8Wam GOOpm 11 30 a in S 00am Winchester 120 nn 12SOnn 94tpin 915am- ArWashingtou 50uni Philadelphia 70Spm IMOnn OSpm STATIONS Washington Winchester ArLexIugtou 00am aUOim 215pm 11 10pm 7Xam 4 10pm Wain 212pm 7 irmm 4 Sim 2iiiu 245pm 510pm 700u Wpm ArLonfsville 800pm i Through Trains run to and from New York Other trains run except Sunday For sle car reservations or write or telephone UEOWIiARNEYD LEXINGTON A tIJE O I 9 S ItSterllt 7Ojm Wpm alIt I I 17Est O D I I I IS h 10 Olm 7 iipua ltSterlin X lOam ill OOamI i dull JAI L LyN l exi gti nui 50i11l 25iin 4OuLfll 6OiilI 14115 ur uv Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates for hold ing the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported to this ollice Secretaries or other oflicers will please advise us of any error or ommissions in the list Richmond July 24 1 clays MadisonvSHe July J51 5 days Cyntliiana July days Winchester days Danville August 3 days Princeton August 8 t days Lexington A ugliest 13 G days Greenville August 15 1 days Lawreneeuiirg August 21 4 days Shepherd rillc August 21 1 days LaGrange August 23 3 days ShelbyviJIe August days Germantown August 2 i lays Si rlngtield August 2J i days Eardstown September days Alexander September days Elizabethtown September 11 1 da Bowling Green Sept 12 4 days Jit Olivet Sept 13 3 days Owensboro September days Glasgow September 1 4 days ITopkinsvillo Elks Sept days Henderson September 25 5 days Horse Cove September 2 i I days Owenton September 25 1 days J Fartford days BANK 314 ElksAugust 13 284 45 45 185 255 I J October43 r493 THE 3 5 NATIONAL CAPITAL 15000000 t f OF SURPLUS 10 oooor LANCASTER A R DKNNY Preaidenj JNO K STORM ES Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier J K RORISSON JR Asdt Cashr R T EMERY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas Spilman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W HKimmird LETCHEROWSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW F1USTCLASS FIIIE AND LIFE INSURANCE 1 KY 5 1ty Summer Excursions sesss sslmss I The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk j Lines G R I Big Route C II D and Erie railways handling through traffic expeditiously to all summer resorts of the North I Special Low Excursion RatesAre now in effect from all points South over the Queen I Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands j Petoskey Mackinac and summer resting places on Mountain Lake and Seashore A New Ticket to Mackinac You can a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that will takeyou to Chicago thence by the palatial steamer Manitou to Mackinac re 5 turning via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C II D Ry toCincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered 5 The famous resorts of the South are also now The sea son at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Kyand Rhea3 Springs Tenn promises to be the most successful ever known Queen Crescent trains are of travel Through Pullman daily fromall southern cities Parlor observation and ears Chattanooga andAttalla on day trains Free reclining chairs from on trains Fast cindersSend Crescent service to O LMitchell D P A Chattanooga Tcuu or cull upon your ticket agent W J MURPHY General Manager AgentCINCINNATI I l IlinesPennsylvania J r f I J J PutInBay I I f i I f I I Ch I I i E 3 ssssisss sisssssss sssssusssss sssesesseess- will stand my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No it 2 Money due at time of service fA ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike 98796 I 4 BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLETS BUCKEYE PILE URE New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES 310 lid Nit Stnef ST LOUIS IKL STOJEfcMiES IDIMJO STORE or FIALWD Sis Prqtlslsr Ki C S flIj LIVERY ILANCASTER KY We make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil EngLneeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to For Congress- We are authorized to announce lion C orge G Gilbert of Shelby county n candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth triet W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat aid Nature in strengthening and recon or sans It is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in It in stantly relieves and cures SickHeadacheGastralgiaCrampsand digestion Prepared bv E C DeWItt Co F P Frisbie Aetna Queen Palatine National Ilartfonl- Conneticut Germ an American Ilienix of ISrookljn Milwaukee Mercliants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glohc North British Merchant I a L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER K V ThirtyThousand Acres Val lIable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in KentuckySpecial Grass Farms J X DUNN PUBLIC BRYANTSVIEJE KENTUCKY M SBYoryor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCES For Sale Good 120 acre farm 3 miles from Lancaster Ky good water fencing all in grass fine hempSnd tobacco tobacco barn fine Tchard fair improvements fronts on good free turn pike half mile in sight oichurch and 200 yards front good will be the best bargain in Garrard county Terms satisfactory and to suit purchaser W McC Johnston Lancaster Ky KIDNEY DISEASES are the most all dis I I SALE l our Kodo digests teefood and I HeartburnFlatulence Ctlcago R KINNAIRD INSURANCE RpDresentin Followin Companies ABtna Life Ins Co gf OTARY ec land fine schooland fatalof eases FEED STAIII1E tilt llflfoColl i FBLEYS KIDNEY CURE is a R refunded Contains remedies emi nent physicians as for and Bladder troubles PRICE Ste and 100 SV the best I