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KIVIJNT1I YKAK Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 19 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR y tflt41 NUMB I 1 j I I 3- I a he etoth u fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy r loao o000ao0oO oooooroooooooaooooo000000oooooao ooaoaoaooaoaooaoaooot Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Drop a card to W R Letcher and receive a catalogue of the great Richmond fair If you are in need of furniture go to 1 A Beazley where you can get the best goods for the least money Lexington Elks have invite lion Teddy Roosevelt to make a speech during their big Fair Teddy would draw like a gurus plaster Gold horse shoe pin At either Opera House or Mason Hotel on night of Contest Return to this ofliee and receive reward Hay Press I will run my hay press again this season Have hay baled now before bad weather sets in or address S II Estes Lancaster L726 The telephone line on new Danville pike is down in many placesand there is danger of pulling a buggy top or possibly some ones head by the slack wire A law suit would cost the com pany more than an entire new line A Long Full While working on Minor Cos mill new mill Will Cooley a carpenter lust his footing and fell a distance of thirtyfive feet to the ground lIe is badly bruised up but will suffer no results A Special Train On account of the great 100 saddle sweepstakes ring at the Richmond fair a special train will be run from Stanford to Richmond on July 2f th The train will pass Lancaster about 845 a in and return after the races thjlt day One fare for round trip A Trip Worth Taking If you want to take a trip that will benefit you both in knowledge and health go on the excursion advertised by the C O to Old Point Comfort The fare is low and the trip is over one of the best railroads in this Why not take a trip to the sea coast a trip that is worth something rr Lost your Callon off serious secretary 1 C country oooooo oooooo iBig fZf2tlnf f2f Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor 5000 in premiums and purses at the Richmond fair July 24 25 20 and Dont get hot in the collar but go to Josephs and get one of those fans hes closing out str heajj The best and cheapbstlj gies Surreys etc ever been in town at Conns Carriage Shop 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 Dont fail to attend the Richmond fair Liberal premiums good music fine amphitheatre and all kinds of amusements Remember the dates July 24 25 26 and 27 Preaching at Christian Church Eld A R Moore of Mempnis will preach at the Christian church Sun day lIe is a minister with a national reputation and a large audience will hear him The City needs its taxes 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 PEARCE Collector The Lowell school has the first in the county It was gotten up through the efforts of Miss Aman da Anderson who worked to secure it There are sixteen I volumes standard work and there is j promise of man more Arrangements have been made with the L N to run a special train from Stanford to Richmond Wednes day the 25th on which day the 100 saddle ring will be shown and three races run This saddle stake has at tracted wide attention and will bring together the very best horses in Still on Deck I am again in charge of my imple ment business in Lancaster and have on hand time and A very Disc Plow Superior and Kentucky wheat drills Capital harrows and all kinds of plovvs me and I will save you the best on the market tf G S CAKES q of Bug I I To Totvu TaxPayers unceasingly I Hmm uck w see and lOu 7 a t has C t library C Kentucky money Clearanceer Saer1 In order to make room for our Fall and Winter stock we are offering INDUCEMENTS To clear out our Spring and Summer stock If you will attend this Clearance Sale you will be able to pick up some Big Bargains OO OOOOOC OOC 3 E 3 OREAT 3 E a 3 lOGAN DRY GOODS i COMPANYooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo u r r r 1- I 1 t rr r rr rr13L r Jtstlt The wheats all about threshed or stacked We arc making a clean sweep goes in sale Dont drink too much ice water this hot weather Go toJosephs and get a summerweightfdress We are indebted to the Lawrence burg Fair Association for courtesies Time fair will be held Aug 21 to 24 Entries have been excellent for the races at thellichmond fair next week The show of stock will be excellent Paris green insect powder moth preventive carbolic acid bug extermi necessary during the hot weather STORM ES DRUG STORE Rev R A Thompson of Mt filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday and made many friends while in our midst lie will preach again Sunday SI 50 To Cincinnati Sunday The L N will sell round trip tickets from Lancaster to Cincinnati Sunday July 22nd good to return the same day at a rate of 150 for the round trip Look Here Two car loads of Buggies Surries Pheatons and Wagons jjo at i sacrifice chance ever offered for a bargain j W J ROMANS of Thanks On behalf of our family I desire to thank the many friends who were so kind and attentive to us in our recent bereavement We appreciate your kindness will ever remember you HENRY BARLOW Traction liiiginc The owner of traction engines should be careful while on the public roads to comply with the law and have a man in front to warn and assist the traveling public as a protection against accident as well as to avoid the heavy fine for failure to have a man in front 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 double saw GO and 30 inch also a 10horse power Gaar Scott trac tion engine and Iluber Separator and a 5horse power Star portable engine and an 18 inch French Burrh corn mill with corn and meal elevator all in firstclass order and guarantee same as well Terms made to suit buyer LESLIE T BRADSHAW june2S4t Death of W XI Brigs William IT Briggs who was well known and highly thought of by many Lancaster people died at his home in Danville Monday morning lie had been in a Cincinnati hospital and was brought home Sunday lie was a young man who enjoyed the friend ship and respect of all who knew him and his death is quite a shock His remains were interred in Danville Cemetery Tuesday morning IKghtyMiith Birth Day On last Sunday the relatives and descendants of Aunt Celia Connas sembled at her home near Old Paint Lick to help celebrate her eighty ninth birth day Children and great grandchildren came from miles around and together with others brought wellfilled bask ets from which a bountiful dinner was a hundred partaking at different tables The day was an enjoyable one and friends departed with best wishes for her in whose honor the reunion was held and to whose virtues and popularity they most warmly attest as they thus meet from year to year to brighten the days of her life and do honor to her good old age Republican Convention The republican county convention was held at the court h ouse Saturday afternoon Hon Wright Kelley was made chairman and W Fain secretary The committee on Resolutions was composed of Lewis L Walker Joe McQuerry Jno McQuerry and John Harris THE RECORD tried to get a copy of the resolutions but the only copy had been taken to Louisville by some of the delagates In substance it endorsed the call for the state con vention and the national platform The Goebel election law was denoun cod in the most scathing language It recognized the fact that Kentucky will have no voice in the affairs of the nation until civil liberty is restored and appealed to all citizens of every class to unite with them in voting to elect officers who will see that the rights of the voter is respected The convention instructed its dele gates to vote forllon Jno W Yerkes and paid him high compliments in the resolution About onehundred delegates were named and everybody who is opposed to the principles in the democratic platform were made delegates and invited attend Quite a number attended the Louisville meeting 1 clearance natorarticles best f ian aster Lan spreadnearly declining I I many contained L j Everything Josephs Sterling C load Nowls tife r Curd and grandchildren E t Get some of the hoKweather bar gains at Josephs For all kind of of Buggy Pheaton etc go toLeonns Carriage Stay out of the hot sun by using one of the pretty is out at such low Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON We arc closing out our handsome line of ladies hosiery at remarkably low figures Call and examine J The Madison county fair will be held July 24 25 26 and 27 Dont the dates The fair will be Digger and better this year than ever before Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C Lexington Fair Catalogues Tutu RECORD has received a great number of catalogues of the big Fair We have placed some in the stores and have some in the office Secure a copy I am no tf selling good mixed ship stuff and bran at 10 per ton at mill or 12 delivered Buy now while II C POTTS Proprietor Buckeye Roller Mills July 194t Buckeye Ky For Sale Cheap My twothirds undivided interest in GJ acres of unimproved land at Crab Orchard Ky Purchaser may have use of land Address immediately- 2t MRS ELLEN HIATT Lancaster Ky Store noon For Bent The large handsome store room now occupied by Fuller Sympson as a grocery This is the largest grocery room in town and one of the best stands Has been occupied and queensware house for many years Plenty of light Possession given after August 14 G S GAINES Many Lancaster acquaintances sympathy to Prof Her Trost of Lexington on the death of his son who with boy were drowned in a stream near that city Sunday two boys were bathing and young Trost lost his life in an to save his companion Prof Trust is wellknown here having in Saxtons band for many years Garrard county is for its men and pretty women Let this not mean fighting maliciously but to uphold men of honesty sobriety and business qualities My success depends upon your patronage I am make groups single pictures or the black vinetta of ladies in white 250 after July 20 for fine large cabinets per six or 150 for six half cabinets one painted nicely in life colors with each six cards SMITHS PHOTO Lancaster Ky From Dawson City We have just received a copy of the Dawson Daily News published at Dawson Yukon Territory It was sent us by Mr W O Dunlap now stationed there with the U S Reg ulars It was wrapped in Birch bark such as Hiawatha made his canoe from The bark like heavy paper and his note was written thereon He says he is getting along nicely The paper sent he says sells for fifty cents a copy and when anything of impor tance occurs brings one dollar apiece readily Democratic Convention The democrats of Garrard county Ky pursuant to call of State Central Committee met at the Court House in Lancaster on Monday July 1C 1900 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the state convention to be held at Lexington on July 19 1100 The was called to order by lIon Geo T Farris chairman of the county committee and on motion S N Steadman was elected chairman and Tom Wherritt secretary The following committee on resolu tions were appointed G T Farris R H Tomlinson T C Gulley A K Walker and I M Dunn who reported the following resolutions which were adopted We democracy of Garrard tour ty Ky in convention assembled a1 prove the call of the state central committee We hereby reaffirm our allegiance to the Democratic party enunciated at the Kansas City con vention held July 4 1900 Resolved That the nam ed persons are hereby appointed dele gates to the Lexington convention to be held July 19 1900 Delegates G T Farris J T Hays I M Dunn T C Gulley E H Walker and W M Baughman Alternates W B Ma san It H Tomlinson I S Dunn M D Hughes W L Lawson and J E Robinson Resolved That the delegates are hereby instructed to vote as a unit on all questions that come before the convention a majority of the Ordered That this convention journ this July 16 1900 s N STEADMAN Chm TOM WHERBITT Secy shop priceS forget Lexington asa extend man The attempt played fighting prepared- to STUDIO is meeting the delegates ado f re rin dosing Joseph delinquents cheap C grocery another Says noted Buy Banner Bread fresh every day at Blue Grass Grocery Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G 3 Gaines or J M Logan The Lowell school will open July 30 The patrons are urged to start their children the first day If you owe me please call and settle your account I need the T CUUUEY Dont be deceived but go to Conns Carriage Shop for n Buggies Surries Pheatons Carts etc Prices O K Smitt Currey Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Ollice at R H Batsons dry goods store tf OWe must have room for fall goods and are making all kinds of sacrifices to clear the decks for goods this fall No carrying over here J Joseph THE RECORD has engaged Mr Jno M Farra as solicitor for job work and also to assist in betting up local news He has been helping in this for some time but will devote most all the time to it The Really Best Cigars La Rosa Perfecto Josephine FIVECENTS Mariposa CENTS STORMES DRUG STORE Lineman Hurt While stretching a new telegraph line between here and Richmond Stafford Parks a lineman was thrown from a pole and received a fracture of the wrist A train picked him up and brought him to town where Dr Kin naird attended him Mr James M Barlow died at his residence near town Saturday after a brief illness He was in his seventy sixth year Mr Barlow was born in Garrard county near where Mr Bright Herring now lives He was one of the most widelyknown citizens of the county and was held in the highest esteem by all He was made a Mason early in life and always clung to and endeavored its teachings Mr Barlow was a man and was alwavs ready to grant any fa vor that would relieve those in need or distress He leaves a family who have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement ba ain O Danville new t J Quail 1IYrincipe deGoles fEN t cleverheu ted r money now Barlow ptactice Take your watches jew elry for repair to J C Thorn Everybody is going to tine great Richmond fair next week Its the first in the state Regular preaching services at the Methodist church on next Sabbath at 11 a m No preaching at night Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same Sec me before BANKS HUDSON An excellent letter received this week bore no signature You must rise sing and sign to insure publi cation of your favors Scale Hook Tires RECORD office prints any and all kinds of weight books for scales etc Nicely perforated to leave a cleancut stub Teachers Examinations The examination of white teachers will be held in Miss Lusks office July 20 and 21 That for colored teachers will be held at same place July 27 and 28 TIlE RECORD acknowledges with thanks courtesies from the manage ment of time Lawrenceburg Fair As sociation Their dates are August 21 22 23 and 24 and a splendid program has been arranged Scholarship at State College Examination for scholarship at the State College will be held in the coun superintendents ollice on July 20 tomorrow The examination is open to all between the ages of 14 and 24 years Change at The Bue Grass Mr Jno B Payne has bought an interest in the Blue Grass Grocery and the new firm will be Langdon Creasy Grocery Co They will contin ue business at the same stand THE RECORD bespeaks a good trade for the new tirm What Ills Monte Paper Says Winchester Sun Prof Thomas Hampton of this city has been chos en to fill the vacancy in the ninth grade of the Lancaster Graded School caused by the resignation of Prof K F Postle Prof Hampton is a son of Mr A Hood Hampton Cashier of the Citizens National Bank and is one of the best young men to be found any where He is thoroughly equipped for the duties of the position to which Ire has been called being a graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan College a n d Princeton University Before the Clark County Board of Examiners he made a line record and was granted a firstclass certificate clock and Son selling recently I Tin Roofing Gal vanized 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 Haseldell1 Arterial stud Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Surniijjre and Carpets j I Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge N 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINKBROAD KR S visiting LOCAL TIMETABLES FthI1 Southbna Mixed passes Lancaster 11 10 AM Xorthbud Mixed 335 p x Xurihbnrt Passgr 22 A x southbnd tl ax 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 goods WE SELL our reputation on that point was made long ago The regular season saw us leading in qualities styles and low prices Every one of our customers cantestify to this and everyone who makes purchases during this ONE FOURTH OFF SALE will gladly tell you that they made an actual Saving of 25 Cents On The Dollar What others are doing you can do while the sale lasts It 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 headway day by day The more its advantages become known the larger be come our sales figures The greatest bargain given is sure to catch the crowd j And Thats Why Were Busy Anxious to Sell Prices One Fourth Off Everything Of course Such Enormous Reductions Mean That the Sale is Con ducted on Spot ff Cash Lines 1 r0t3rriJ ITmffi t3 14 OFF OUR SPRING ana SUMMER GOODS c 0 D 10 p m J F j 0 F o p F3 3 l J o p R binsoni Q 0 3 wX A I I rrfcKNT RAL RECORD JULY IQ igoo EVERY WEEK BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YSAB IN ADVANCE 100 TERMS Six MONTHS 60 THREE 25 CLAKENCE WOODS in addition to being one of the cleverest fellows on this footstool is a hustler from Ilust lersville He has undertaken to show the Richmond people that the city should own the waterworks and is now issuing a paper devoted entirely to that question lie has labeled it the Agitator and its columns are jammed full of matter as hot as one of Waltons political editorials which is putting it pretty strong thank you If he carries his point we want to borrow him from the Registers owners and bring him down here to talk rail road We have exhausted our in an attempt to get the Gar rard people to take hold of that rail road and push it to a successful end but we are sorry to say that our words ran off like water from the back of a duck Come down dear boy and lend a hand A HKGULAU business carried on in France by ladies of the highest is to secure rich American brides for penniless men of title These matrimonial agents receive heavy fees when they are successful The poor girl damned by a fortune will never fail to capture a foreign titled scoundrel who is not worth the and lead to kill him After a few years the divorce follows the girl re turns to her native land and penniless It seems that they would profit by the experience of their sisters experience but they go along chasing a crown and beggars THE Cynthian Democrat notes the fact that its contemporaries continue to ask in horse type Is it right for an editor to recommend a patent medicine and says the answer de pends largely upon the rate per line At 5 cents he might casually refer to a patent medicine At 10 tents lie enthusiasm into the matter But at 25 cents we see no reason why he should not really take a dose three times a and throw wide open the bowels of his compassion THE news from China is quite and each report is almost a direct contradiction of the one previously There is no doubt but that the yellow devils have committed the greatest crime of the century It to be seen what action the will take We are afraid that the concerted action thereof is out of the question because petty jealousies make it impossible Its an even bet that the Chinese are not punished to any great extent IT is said that in Brazil passengers are not allowed to carry baggage and only permitted to bring a small into the coach This would work a great hardship on the American hog who throws over one seat piles some live or six grips thereon and then sits a few more on the seat him Its hard to see how a can have the gall to occupy four seats when traveling on one ticket AT th e republican convention held in Louisville Tuesday lion John W Yerkes was nominated to make the race for governor this fall lIe was nominated by Gov Bradley and the convention gave him a great ovation Mr Yerkes will make an active can vass of the state speaking in all the Important cities and towns MANY friends over the state extend sympathy to Bro Ceph Campbell of the Somerset Journal in his illness He has been at Rockcastle Springs and we are glad to note in the Journal that he is gaining strength The Journal is a splendid paper and shows careful work in all its IF we could have a short crop of politicians and a shorter crop of in Kentucky what a glorious place it would be DeWitts Little Early Risers are famous little pills for liver and bowel troubles Never gripe Frisbie THUf lSD lY LANDRAM vocabulary standing powder brokenhearted merrily returning should be able to throw day meager received remains Powers handbag beside fellow editor departments elections F P i 1 ZoVIR Publisher coi idera e I itcor fie w- le endthe- Q lH ylor Contest Illustrated i xt+ PAINT LICK Farmers are busy delivering their wheat sold some days ago Dry weather is doing some damage to crops of all kinds just now Burnam Co are preparing to mild an elevator near the mill Threshers are putting in full time but supply the demand Misses Alma and Mary Lear were very highly entertained by Misses Burnside the night of the contest at Lancaster Mr J V Bright of Bertha Ky visited Miss Lucile Sunday The marriage of Mr Kerby and Miss Mollie Elan kenship will take place at the brides home near Preachersville July 27th at 3 p M Miss Blankenship is one of Preachersvilles prominent young Where Preachersville loses Paint Lick will gain Mr Kerby is business like man and will do all her comfort All extend congratulations Miss Annie of Junction City has been the charming visitor of Miss FannieParks of Williamsburg is visiting Miss Mr S L Todd of Due West S C is visiting her sister Mrs Rev Echols Miss Miller of Missippi is the charming visitor of Miss Fannie L Wallace Miss Mollit of Lebanon are the guests of Rev and Mrs Messrs J B Ely and W G Tudor spent Sunday at Preachers ville Mr Jas C Rucker spent in Virginia what part no one has found out His P 0 address is Slate Lick Springs Berea Ky Robt Fuzzy Ledford returned Monday morning from an extended visit to friends at Rose H511Va Poyntz of Mt Sterling is the family of W B Jones Mrs Jas R Burnam has returned home from a visit to Clark county Miss Mary Miller of Richmond visited Miss Marion Burnam several days this week Mr Saufley Hughes visited Dr Poyntz last Sunday Benton Ashley of Lancaster was the guest of W F Morton last week Messrs Tom Palmer and Oatly Burke Misses Lula Burk and Eliza Rucker church in Bryantsville Sunday PBEACHERSVILLE Camp Meeting is progressing nicely The Singing is being conduc ted by Miss Springer of Indianapolis which is well done Most of the preaching is of a high order Dick Robinson sold his farm of 48 acres to J M Cress for 1325 given Aug 1st Lesley Harber bought a saddle horse from R Robinson for 05 Mr Ed Adams of Arizona is here buying cavalry horses to ship West John Anderson has traded for a house and lot in Rowland Dr Brown of Stanford is attending Mrs J J Thompson who is very sick at this time J C McKee and Rev F J Mclntire of London are here attending Camp Meeting J B Car terand wife and John Allen and wife of Cartersville were here Sunday Misses Cockrill and ardner of Pine ville is here this week Mrs W P Durham and daughter Miss Sallie of Corbin will be down this week Miss Mattie Cormney who has been visiting at Rowland has returned home Miss Susie Thompson of Mt is visiting relatives here J F Cummins and wife of Stanford was visiting relatives here Sunday Mr John Clouse sold a cow to Mrs Belle a few days ago Miss Gertrude Woods who has been the guest of Miss Susie Parkes to her home in Danville last week accompanied by Miss Stuart of Knox county and by Miss Parkes Miss Malissa B Furr who teaches at Gosport Indiana is spending her vacation at home KOKOMO Ind Aug 10 1899 Pepsin Syrup Sirs Fur the past ten years I was troubled with my stomach About 4 years ago was taken down with rheumatism was not able to do a days work for 3 years All medicine seemed of no benefit to me A year ago I was advised to take Syrup Pepsin I truly believe I would have died but for this medicine My rheumatism is entirely gone and my stomach is in good condition It has saved my life and I cannot recommend it too highly Yours respectfully Elwood McCracken Sold by RE McRoberts 1m cannot Ramsey Grant ladies a- very he can Roy- ston Miss StanteI lIargarette Crawford Sunday Miss Kathleen visiting attended I The procession Vernon returned CoDear Dr Caldwells C fdr Frances FLAT WOODS JUST PUBLISHED 1 o I faHHRRHCTUe of the greatest political fight of the century 01 which the rations eyes were aw are yet turned By KE HUGHES F IV SCHAEFER mod IX WILLIAMS One Large Octavo Volume Over 100 Illustrations Cloth Extra M175By Mall Postage Paid on Receipt of Price This Is the production of threeLouisville men who havewell performed their labor In an unmanner giving a full vividand truthful account of the most E be used as a book of reference for years to comeFirstClju AffenU Wanted For Unoccupied Territory Address THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY PUBLISHERS los 81 33 and 85 East Fourth Street Cluclaaatl Ohio Leave orders with M D or Saufley Hughes McRoberts Drug Store remarkable that ever toolcplace In thIs country a free and a vast fund ofand record authors have produced a most fascInating volume othistory and at the same time a ot facts thatI With incident 4 S SSSSS M mP rr- x Of a BllYANTSVILLB At this writing we are having a nice rain which is much needed in this interesting meeting is in progress here at the Methodist church it will continue over Sunday Miss Daisie Scott only daughter Scott of Buena Vista who had the misfortune last week of being kicked and seriously injured by a horse is doing well and able to sit up now Miss Maggie Nevius is spending weeks with the Misses King at this place Mr Haselden and wife spent Saturday with relatives in Paint Lick Little Miss Allie Danville is visiting relatives here Mrs King of the Bend neighbor hood is spending several days with Miss Mamie Ballard Mrs Wolfoik of Lexington was visiting friends here last week Mr Anderson has returned from Cynthiana by his little daughter who has spent the last few weeks with her aunt Sam Palmer Patty Lulie Burk and Miss Rucker of Paint Lick visited relatives and attended preaching here Sunday Miss Bert na Ham is visiting relatives here Mrs Emma Peel of Logana Mrs Jennie Peacock of Jellico and Mrs John Dunn of Burgin were called to the bedside of their mother Mrs A Ford who was quite ill but is much improved at this writing Mrs John Ballard of Lancasterspent part of last week with Mrs J X Dunn Richard Ballard has returned from a weeks visit to relatives in Paint Lick Some of the young folk in this vicinity are expecting to the High Bridge camp meeting next Sunday Mrs Dora Moore and little children of Burgin visited rel atives and attended the funeral of her aunt Mrs King last week MAIIKSBURY Several of the threshers have on account of careless hands feeding rocks and wrenches instead of teachers are all beginning their schools and soon the small boy will have to give up playing and go to studying Mrs M L Anderson began her school at Ilickman Monday Miss Eliza Smith will teach at Mason Miss Katherine Moore will open school at Rice Academy July 23rdMrs C A Robinson and little Mary Bright spent Monday with her mother Mrs T Currey Miss Catharine Moore of Marcellus has been spending several days with her sister Mrs Clayton Arnold Mr Wm Parks accompanied by his Miss Julia is spending several weeks with his daughters Mesdames Frank Carney and James Hawkins in Washington and Nelson counties Messrs Everett Parks of Bryantsville and Hughes Aldridge of Lancaster and Misses Sallie Herring and Pearl Aldridge attended preaching at Kirksville Sunday and were royally entertained by Miss Mollie Ilender son We think the young gentlemen will make many visits to Kirksville Dr and Mrs J II Durham of Kirksville visited their parents Mr and Mrs H D Aldridge Sunday They left Monday for their future home near Barbourville The doctor has accepted a good position as physician of the mines there They regretted very much to leave their kind friends and excellent neighbors at Kirksville We hope they will meet with many such friends in their new home u WALLACETON H C Kinnard bought of Wm Hi att a young mare for 50 Our farmers are busy harvesting their oats and hay Oats are fairly good while the meadows are The blackberry crop which seemed the best for years in this communiiy is being injured for want of raiii Hundreds of gallons however have been saved Rev J R Howes failed to nil his appointment here Sunday being by Elder Miller to on important church business Rev Smith of Berea tilled the pulpit very acceptably A J Wilson of this place who the mail from Paint Lick to Car tersville and Henry Bodkins who carries it from here to Paint Lick have entered into an agreement by which one of them is to carry it over both routes for one month and the other next month and so on Mrs Amanda Weaver of this place is 85 years old and has never used spectacles She has always done her sewing on her hands and stillthreads her own needle She also feeds her cats and chickens herself the of which she addresses by their names A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the of the brave General Burnham of Machias Me when the doctors said she could not live till morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from Pneumonia but she begged for Dr Kings New saying it had more than once her life and had cured her of After three small doses she slept easily jail night and its further use completely cured her This medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and 1 Trial bottle free at McRoberts drug store 1m ys le I communityQuite J W several Jennings- of accompanied Mary to- go I suspended grainThe schoolhouse daughter daughter exceedingly foul summoned carries majority respective widow Discovery saved Consumption marvelous 1 Bur Bounvil k of of J to IN it McCKEAIlY Walker and Burton shipped a load of cattle Saturday The meeting began Sunday and great interested is manifested invited to come The many friends of Miss Bettie Pherigo will be glad to know she is much improved after a lingering spell of sicknessThe news of the death of Wm Barlow who lived near here on Sugar Creek reached us Thursday The family have the sympathy of the entire community- J B Saunders and wife attended preaching here Sunday and visited the family of P G Warner A crowd young people went from here to Preachersville to the camp meeting Sunday Mr and Mrs R A Burton went to Scotts Fork and visited the litters parents last week Miss An nie Austin of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Susie Sandidge last week Miss Ollie Hackley of near Kirksville and Miss Susie Hurt Lowell have been with Miss Maggie Saddler Mr Tom Turner and wife Madison were visitors of Mrs J M Walker the flrst of the week Mess M Walker and J W Hill have been inMercer for a week Misses Minnie Pherigo and Pearl Hardin report an enjoyable week spent with Miss Adie Cummins in Preachersville last week Any advertised dealer is authorized guarantee Banner Salve for eczema piles sprains cuts scalds burns ulcers and any open or Old Sore C C 2 J E Stormes 1m MEMORY OF MRS O AV KING Again has the Destroyer entered the precincts of a happy home and claimed for his own the angel of the fireside the idolized wife and mother A few short weeks ago she endured the horors of the surgeons table thereby to prolong her life and be spared to loved ones yet a little while longer She came through the trying ordeal purified by the fire of atlliction as an humble obedient ser your of her Master and consecrated her life anew to His service Her very countenance was radiant with pure thanksgiving to God for strength in time of trouble Her last illness was brief and through it all hers was the same sweet patient Christian resignation that her life in all its vicissitudes She murmured not at the hand of tion laid so heavily upon her When the summons came with the same Christlike submission yielded her life to Him who gave and closed her eyes in a world of darkness to open them in eternal light and celestial spring Weep not bereaved ones She come to you but you can go to her where she is resting Safe in the arms of Jesus R Spains Greatest Need Mr R P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at AikenSCWeak nerves had caused severe pains in the 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 purities the blood tones up the stomach strengthens 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 Sayings of Rev Sam Jones Americas greed will dig Americas teaches us that whatever a nation has made its idol at last it has fallen under its idol and died Greece localized her life and centralized her entire being in her literature and at last poor old Greece turned up her toes and died under a book Rome centralized her whole life in her military power and nothing but a spear today marks the last resting place of Rome America has centralized her life and power on the dollar and we will lie toes upward under the silver dollar some future day We have our God for Gold swapped our characters for chattels and traded off our manhood for money We have inverted Gods order of things and we have dwindled into a nation of Klondikers The country is full of lawyers politicians bankers merchants farmers preachers etc but we have run short of men IS IT RIGHT For an Editor to Recommend Patent I Medicines From Sylvan Velley News Brevard N C It may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend and of the various proprietary medicines which flood the market yet as a 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 med icine in our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In many cases a dose of this 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 nt on hand and ad ministered at Cutnuception of an at tack much suffering might be avoided and in very many cases the presence of a physician would not be required At least this has been our experience during the past twenty years For Sale by druggist 1m r f IC Everybody hoping characterized she calmly cannot I graveHistory exchanged doctors preventive 1rl R I J 1I test x11 EMcRoberts cr A Harrison county farmer reports a wheat yield of 44J bushels an acre At Paris blue grass seed is quoted at 40 cents per bushel for August deliy cry The number of women employed in the United States postal service is about The Danville Advocate notes the sale of two thousand bushels of old wheat at eightyfive cents per bushel The ashes shipped from Canada for fertilizers are collected from house to house from householders who use hardwood for fuel Europe not only produces more than onehalf of the worlds wheat cropbut consrmes almost the entire worlds surplus The horse business is good the world over One hundred and fifty horses and mules have been land ed in South Africa since the beginning of the war The wire clothes line was the cause of at least a dozen deaths last year That number of women were struck by lightning and killed while remov ing clothing from the line Chamberlains Cough Remedy ha saved 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 Any kind of food kept constantly before fowls will cause them to be too fat If on a free range in summer on ly a light meal at night is necessary The size of this meal must depend up on the range The apple crop this year will be enormous All through theapple belt the trees are loaded and every indi cation points to an abundant harvest The crop may equal the phenomena one of 189G The outlook for peaches too is excellent I have on hand 600 mountain ewes will sell on time or for cash or place them in good hands or shares can fur nish good Southdown bucks with themtf J I HAMILTON The Winchester Democrat saw a letter written Friday from a Cincin nati stock dealer in which he advises his correspondent to buy hogs and expressed a belief that hogs would bring six cents in the near future Dont allow your horse to stand in manure or wet places This is what causes thrush and the ammonia aris ing in such places affects the eyes etc and coming in contact with carriages and harness destroys varnish weakens leather Statistics show that the supplies of sisal hemp are practically inexhausti ble No figures ever prepared proper ly represent it is said the ability of Yucatan alone to supply our market The importations of this hemp into United States ports during the fiscal year now drawing to a close will be the largest on record and upwards of 450000 bales Competent judges estimate the wheat crop in this county at 500000 bushels The average will be about twentyfive bushels to the acre The farmers have been blessed with splen did weather for harvesting and are rapidly marketing their crops The wheat is of excellent ville Advocate Spent A Good Farm Doctoring Mr A N Noell of Ashville Kansas ne spent a good farm doctoring himself for chronic diarrhoea but gut no relief and was afraid that he must die He chanced to get hold of a of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was per by it For sale R McRoberts druggist 1m All men who have long hair are not poets Some of them havent the price of a haircut It 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 Train up a hired girl in the way she would go and the first thing you know shes gone The blood is strained and purified by the kidneys No hope of health while the kidneys are wrong FOLEYS CURE will make healthy kidneys and pure blood Nothing else just as good C C J E Stormes 1m The man who wears gaiters wonders how the shoestring peddler makes a livingChildren often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abund antly The trouble arises from inani tion their food is not devoured by worms A few doses of WHITES CUEAM VEKMIFUGE will the worms when the children will begin to thrive at once Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes 1 A few flashes of silence occasionally would greatly improve some peoples conversation Those who live on farms are table to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT is applied Price 25 and 50 cents 1m One of the greatest beauties of win ter in the city is that there is no nu sic in the parks Womens Rights 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 C C J E Stormes 1m 3000 thousand and qualityDan says bottle manentlycured KIDNEY assimilated but destroy espec- Ially C C J E Stormes I Chap by- E S 3c Buy Your Supplies New and SecondHand 8 McROBERTS DRUG STORE 4 t 4 JIo IIe vv tcf qt I School g7 J i soox g AT COO 4OO OC i i tc s a iC Ir i GO TO STORMES DRUC THIJ STOREljOR BEST CREAM SODA WATER OOOOO OOOOO aa jaaaai ti J Ll aa a L1 tTlS tfZfmm 2f ZS Zf FINE CIGARS GINGER ALE FINE SOAPS and PERFUMERIES I V LILLARD V STDUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville AND IRUGGISTS IUJ DRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of on- line line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpToDate Novelties Our Soda Fountain Always Equipped with the Purest and Best 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 HAVING REGEIVED Marching orders we move into our old stand next week We are offering our immense stock of Clothing at greatly reduced prices Special Sale on STRAW HATS New Stock of swellest Patent Leathers just in Latest Novelties in IT PAYS TO TRADE AT 3 THE GLOBES Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frohman DANVILLE KENTUCKx i 0T0jB rB7 70 r8 0 0 0v j I I r 0- o o 1 I II v I 8 CoteJ V1VY 6f1lfJ1111ff1Ji Jl A Ci 1l 1 I RUGS I o p Neckwear s f i Burton s LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to For Congress- We are authorized to announce lion Gilbert ol Shelby county a candidate for reelection to Congress from this Eighth die trio SY George- G J c I493 THE NATIONAL BANK iCAPITAL I 1 5000000 f OF j SURPLUS 1 00000so LANCASTER A R DINKY President JNO E STORMES vice President- S C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JR R T EMBBY Asst Caahr BookKeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas SpIIman R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W IIKinnaird Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLK NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 600 a nNnmber 6 Daily 133 n m Number 4 Flag 36 kmNumber dont stop SOUTH BOUND Number 5 Daily Numbers Midnight flag r S BEAZLEY KY Alex 3 56 pm Number 1 stops Lm Numbert pm f 4 y when flaged 1116 11 12 ant755pm Teeth extracted without pal With Vitalized Air Office In J DENTIST it muidinj imuviiie street oppo Itc Presbyceriau church the L r CENTRAL RECOEJD THURSDAY JULY 19 1900 AIJOUT Mrs Sam Salter is in Danville visitIns relatives Miss Allie Arnold is in Xicholasvillc visiting relatives Mrs Tucker of Nashville has been visiting Mrs Joseph Faulconer Miss Christine Bradley leaves to visit friends in Frankfort Miss Pearl Burnside of was here visiting Miss Jennie Burn sideMrs Elizabeth Denny has returned from a visit to Mrs Boland of Point liurnside Leslie D Herndon is here from Virginia in which state he is engaged in business Mr R D Ballard has been visiting his daughter Mrs J T Leavell on Stanford street Mr J C Thompson spent a few with his daughter Mrs R L at Paint Lick John and Edward Norris of Frank fort are visiting their aunt Mrs Geo Farris and uncle Ed Norris Mrs Emma Iliatt of Lexington and little daughter Margaret are guests of Mrs Emma Kauffman Mrs Banks Hudson has returned from a visit to Lexington She was accompanied by her mother Mrs Ken nedy Mrs Robert Kinnaird Kinnaird and Sallie Marrs Sparks are spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Fecney and baby and Misses Bessie and Sadie Baughman of Rich mond have been Mrs E W Morrows guests Mrs Jas Tarkington Miss Sallie and Mary Woods of Danville were guests of Mr and Mrs Jno Woods Thursday and Friday anddaughterreunion of Mr Pattersons aunt Mrs Celia Conn at Paint Lick last Sun day guest Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks oi INicholasville The pretty little Mis ses were entertained in a charming manner Danville fews Miss Pearl lull Lancaster and her cousin Miss Daisy Collier visited in Burgin this week Miss Leila McKee df Oxford 0is spending a few weeks here with hei parents on Maple avenue Miss Etta Mae Spears quite an ractive young lady of Bradfordsville is the guest cousin Miss Tillie Arnold at her beautiful country visittoLexington Herald Miss Camille Hopper of Hustonville who has been the charming guest of Miss Annie Huffman at her home on West Third street left Saturday for her home She leaves many friends here who re Bret her departure Two young men went to Danville Sunday expecting to take the north bound cannonball train If they had read TJIK RECOUD they would have known that the northbound fast train does not stop there Wi publish the time cards in most every issue Moral Read TIlE RECOUD Judge R G Williams of Mt Ver non was in the city last week having come down to act as a judge in the contest at the Opera House hams is judge of Rockcastle county having been elected by a handsome majority H6 being a democrat ands the county republican shows the high esteem the people have for him Dick is a young man of untiring energy a close student as well as versed on leading events of the day and has a bright future before him TIll REC OKD is for him for anything he wants S 1 f atr riOO oooc tomorrow r day Jennings part I Nr oeaoeooaoooooooaooooooaoooaooat PE01I e aooooooe kaoa oodaoaoo oooa4ooo Stanfol Margur other 1 t i r t l etc Nil is Co to y L Dolph of was in town Sunday Mrs Dr Wesley has been visiting her parents in Middleburg Miss Allie Arnold was given a sur prise party Tuesday evening lIon Letchcr Owslcy has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Miss Jessie Powell of Hustonville the guest of Miss Katie Simpson Mrs Crone and children left for Friday where they will Mrs Jennie Doty and sister Mrs White are spending the week at Dripping Miss Anna Cox of Middletown Ky arrived Thursday to visit relatives in the county Ernest G Brown was at home Sun day from a two Weeks travel in the mountains Miss Sadie of Lexington is the charming visitor of Miss Maggie Tomlinson James Y Currey and wife of iScw York are visiting his parents Mr T Currey and wife Misses Wood of Danville visited brother Mr John Wood and the contest Mrs E W Arnold gave a day evening in honor of Dr Black and wife of Knoxville Tenn Dr W N Rush and wife returned yesterday from Dripping Springs The doctors health is much Mrs Estalla and sons Messrs erling and Estella of Pennsylvania are guests of her son Mr O II erling Miss Clyde McGinnis of Danville exited Mr and Mrs Faulconer Thursday and Friday and took part in the contest Mr Herbert Jones and Miss Ella Leavell Hayden Leavell and Miss Virdie Moss attended camp meeting at Preachersville Sunday Several local Masons went to Dan villc Monday night to witness the Royal Arch degrees conferred upon Irof K F Postle and Louis Lan ilram Mrs W A of Paris Texas who was visiting Mrs W B Jarvis left in company with Mrs Jarvis for Powers Store and Railings Ky spend some time MissesClyde McGinnis of Danville Edna Ramsey of Monticello Johnston Amy Davidson Willie Belle Burnside and Mrs Belle Burnside are visiting Miss Florence Burnside at Point Leavell James Dillon returned Friday from Dripping Springs The hot weather has had a disastrous effect on him and he is now in a critical condition Everybody is Crows friend and many are the wishes that he will recover Stanford Journal Mr Wilson Rice tad Misses Ilallie Rice of Marksbury and Bertie Livingston of ClintoiijMo are visiting Miss Margaret Livingston Misses Vary and Su sic Yantis have returned from a very pleasant visit to friends in Lancaster Campbell He arrived from his home in Rockville Md Saturday night He has a large church and is pleasant located Xo man stands higher in the estimation of our people than does Campbell and if there were more such devout Christians the world would be much better off Mr W M Bogle of Owensboro joined Mrs Bugle in this city Friday and they returned home Monday morning Mr Bogle is agent for the and N in that city a position which requires his entire attention and he seldom gets the benefit of a little trip home He stands well with the company being among the most careful and attentive men they have As we heard a high official say Jf all our men were as reliable as Bogle we would have no dilliculty of any kind Since locating in Owensboro Mr Bogle has been made an Elder in the Presbyterian church lie is a is Christian gentleman and a citizen who is an honor to any community s 21 I Rice reside tea lIe Brosius Conl Tight yesterday Ir Danville rbin Fog Sir Thin uuprot Tic 1ell tit is at gut W not is rcn on so on Lizzie Hudson is visiting rela in Danville Mrs Harriet Price is spending a few dajs at Dripping Springs Miss Myrtle OBannon of Stanford is visiting Miss Bessie Batson Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Miss Stephens of Danville is her mother Mrs Breathitt Brown Mr Fred Frisbee and wife spent Saturday and Sunday in Danville with relatives Mr Alex Robinson and wife left Monday for Martinsville to spend few weeks Merle Biosius of Paris Texas spending the summer with Miss May Jarvis Miss Lillie Dale of Shelbyville is visiting Mrs R M Robinson near Marcellus Prof K F Postle and wife left Wed nesday for a visit to relatives in Nee vish Michigan Mrs J C Hemphill entertained Mr and Mrs J Y Currey of New York dinner Tuesday Miss Bettie Miller suspending the summer with her brother Mr Samuel Miller of Knoxville Tenn Mrs R L Grinnan after a visit to her sister Mrs W N Bush has to her home in Indiana Mr John Orand sons daughter Miss Tallie of Waco Texas are guests of MrIIcnry Clay Jennings and family Mrs O IT Irvine after a pleas visit of several weeks to Mrs E Harris returned Tuesday to her home in Louisville Mr William Lusk has returned from Laramie Wyoming where he spent the winter His health would permit his staying this summer Mrs Carpenter daughter Miss Tev Wallace Withers Miss Jennie War of Stanford were among the ma ny visitors at the Contest Thursday craning James W Griffin of Lexington been in town for several days in the interest of the Lexington Business College which institution he tells us is taking the lead in Kentucky Winchester Democrat Miss Aleen Iliatt left Wednesday to visit rela tives at Richmond and Lancaster Miss Iliatt has but recently returned from Washington county where she attended school the past session Mr W C Whcrritt who has been spending some days with his parents returned to his post of duty in New Orleans Mr Wherritt has a sible position with the L N rail road and one which requires careful attention Who are those gentlemen sitting the top rail of that fence gazing intently at the show bills we asked in Danville the other day They are W C Price and Harry Giovannoli was the reply You know a circus pitches its tents here the 25th We then sighed sevj eral sighs of different size because it was not coming to Lancaster We have sold many different cough remedies but none has given better satisfaction than Chamberlains says Mr Charles Holzhaucr 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 Me Roberts druggist 1m No man ever carries a cane unless he is a cripple if not physically he is mentally Old age brings experience and some kinds of experience brings old age Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural of the bowels It always cures For sale by It E McRoberts The cheapest watch made will not vary a second in a you dont wind it up The List Of Woumlcil who have been healed by Banner Salve very large It heals all wounds or sores and leaves no scar C C J E Stormes lm as r I bliss visiting liss returned and respond looseness 1 yearif es C for we I at to er Ex for on on of of of to of Populist Itully State Convention LoulHvIllc Ky July 31st 1900 Low rates one and one third fare will be made for all points in Ken via Queen and Crescent route this occasion July 31st and on the morning trains of Aug 1st Good until Aug 2nd returning Ask Agent for further particulars SmiiUiig the A druggist told us that it would be surprising to the people to know the number of people addicted to the co cane habit here in Lancaster The fiends are mostly negroes though are told that they buy it for some whites The Council has stopped its sale in Stanford and many coons come here now to get their supply Died In Texas The many friends of Mrs Fannie L Adams formerly of Paint Lick but now of Beeville Texas are saddened by the death of her oldest daughter Eva which occured recently at Bee vine from typhoid fever Miss Eva was a young lady of tine character well educated and had been for years a teacher in the public schools in Texas Madison papers will please copy Buy Now have again opened up tap coal yard the Hemp house Now is your time buy It will go up to 15 cents by 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 forget to bring along the Cash itjerks the down heavy hurries up the horse shakes out the dust gives you better lumps and makes the coal burn bright And then you dont have to dodge every time you see me coming 124t J C Moss To Old Point Comfort On Tuesday July 24th the and Oho Railway will run a low rate excursion from Lexington to Old Point Comfort and the Seashore which round trip tickets will be sold at 1300 good fifteen days will be allowed on return trip Through sleepers will leave Lexington evening train for Old Point with change For full particulars and sleeping car reservations write or call your ticket agent or to Geo W Barney Div Pass Lexington Ky To Try To Escape It Mayor R Kinnaird and the editor THE RECOUD are trying to close a with the owners of Jackmans cave near town for a rental ot that de sorted cavern from now until after the election It is our purpose to in town each day just long to attend to the most important our work and then beat a hasty to the cave A cannon will be planted at the entrance to protect us from intruders The object of this move is to keep out of hearing distance the talkers of politics About one oclock Monday afternoon the kitchen at Dr T J Hoods was discovered to be on fire An alarm Was given and people ran to the scene do what they could in saving the building The flames were leaping as high as the chimney when help ed A ladder was secured and a line buckets quickly passed to Hasel dens cistern next yard By hard fighting the flames were subdued The old squirt gun was dragged from the engine house and many exerted their strength in pulling it to the scene The damage will amount to probably 100 Tjtn Press The meeting of the Kentucky Press Association at Louisville next Mon day will be the largest ever held by the editors Two days will be spent in the Falls City during which time many pleasant entertainments will be given in honor of the quill drivers Tuesday night the boys leave for thence to Milwaukee Madison Waukesha St Paul Fort Snelling Minnehaha Falls Lake Harriet West Supericr Duluth and many other in es a jv coo tuck Drug- a several Chesapeake Stopovers flout remain enough retreat Fire Association Chicago coooaaaoooMoaoooooaoaoocAOOC4oool0RG ooo ooaooooooooaoooo and seal cursion arm oo ra in nis of a cal be the ry of of teresting points They will be in each city by press clubs and organizations of uptodate The entire trip will consume ten days The editor will attend the business meetings in Louisville but is unable to take the delightful outing Our faithiut standby Mr JnoMFar will take the trip The Contest The largest crowd ever assembled the local Opera House witnessed the Contest there Thursday night A great many visitors were here from neighboring towns to cheer their entry and the applause was frequently almost deafening Some excellent singing was done by a composed of Messrs Farra Ward Batson and Shugars Miss Mayllughes presided at the piano in her usual style The speakers were all highly complimented and each was roundly applauded We regret that lack of space prevents a description of each number but will have to with saying that each was so well received that to many it was impossi ble to pick the winner The judges were Eld T VWatts of Nicholasville Judge R G Williams of Mt Vernon and Mr W I Williams of this city The speakers were Misses Mary L of Winchester Lillie B Leavell of Bryantsville Florence Burnside of Lancaster Sadie Baugh man of Richmond Clyde McGinnis of Danville Julia Gentry of Danville Mary Rue of Harrodsburg and Sallie Traylor of Stanford After discus sion the judges awarded the prize a handsome diamond ring to Miss Clyde McGinnis of Danville Miss McGin is a pupil of Mrs A S Robertson Danville and won a medal here in former contest Her subject was Buying a Feller During the Miss Gonzella Byrnes of Selma Ala favored the audience with a vo solo which called forth great ap plause and she was obliged to return and sing another She has a remark ably sweet voice and her singing in Lancaster has been highly Mr R L Davidson presided over the entertainment with much dignity Manager Saufley Hughes is to congratulated upon the success of Contest Ciinthlaua Democrat An editor in a nearby district asks proposals from the merchants of town to furnish him a pair of socks a bushel of potatoes and five yards of calico contract to be to the lowest bidder He says this is the way they do business with him when they want two dollars worth of work The editor can write more cheerful ly of the business interests of the town when his columns are liberally tilled with the advertising of the business houses Tso editor can advocate the doctrine of buying from the home merchants unless the home merch ants show they are interested in to the home trade by advertis ing in the columns of the local It is depressing to the editor to lind business men patronizing eve advertising fake that comes along and at the same time the names of these business men are rarely if ever seen in the advertising columns of the local newspapers Somebody very aptly rises to remark what a howl would go up if the were to criticise the as freely as many people criticise the newspapers Every issue of a live and reputable newspaper is a mantle charity and the matter left out truth not gossip for often more than equal the matter published If an editor should get Out some time a cold fact edition and get up a tree and watch the result whew what a panic there would be A mans home paper is worth more always working for the best interests the home community When you subscribe your home paper and pay for it you increase the editors ability to work for the development of your own community That is a difference in the merits of the papers issued each week and the amount of news matter con tained therein may b j accounted for by the fact that much depends on the amount of material at hand The cannot manufacture newsbut at the same time they exercise all due diligence to procure the same and i they fail to secure items of local it is not their fault a entertained businessmen respective quar- tette artistic content evening complimented the bout Newspapers awarded lob newspapers individuals dameswould giveshim editors I entering newspaper interest use to C 5 the one It all Confidence is a plant of slow growth but the bunco man knows the art of forcing it Business men who lack the vim snap and vigor they once had should HERB1NE it will purify the blood strengthen and invigorate system Price 50 cents C C J Stormes lm The general to be that economy should begin at somebody elses home If the stomach liver and bowels fail perform their functions regularly and naturally the blood becomes with impurities and the whole system is in consequence debili tated HERUIXE is remarkable for its efficacy in ailments of and the disorders prevalent hot weather Price 50 cents C J E Stormes lm Hunger may be an evil but it nearly all the industry there is in the world IIERBIXE clears the complexion gives buoyancy to the mind cures headache regulates the stomach and bowels stimulates the liver and 4s in fact a perfect guardian to the health Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm Some evils admit of consolation hut toothache and dyspepsia are not on list There is no longer an excuse for any to endure the torture intlicted bj 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 lm Science enables us to photograph the stars vanity makes cigarette of them A gentleman recently cured of gave the following blessing Some have meat and can not eatand some have none that want it but we have meat and we can eat Kodol Dyspepsia Cure be thanked This preparation will digest what you eat instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all stomach F P Frisbielm That neighborly feeling heard of so frequently is usually one of curiosity and envy 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 trust him DeWitts is the only genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and skin diseases See that your dealer gives you DeWitts Salve F P Frisbie Sleep is conductive to Even sills hat looks worn when it loses its Some jokes should be printed on thin paper so the reader could see through them opinion seems contaminated curing the summer during causes I pictures I dyspepsia disorders cannot I beauty nap t C C C beE J j LESS1AIN DENTISTRY MADE PLEASANT Modern methods and skillful renders all our operations on the TEETH painless A thorough knowledge of Dentistry enables us to achive the most results The most J difficult cases successfully treated The best teeth 750 per set B All work guaranteed Examina tions free of charge Crown Gild c Bridge work and Teeth on plates DR HOBSON Dentist Next door to Government Building T Richmond Ky treatment satisrr tory j vv KINDS ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice new foreman J is in charge s of our shop and we I guarantee all work to I be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store A Word To those owing me It is settling time and I need all due me Another Word To those wanting Big Bargains I am selling a I 1 Spring and Sum mer goads atcost Come get some of these bargains lle D Tillett R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticiit German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile ORGANIZED 1883 PlTIfflS NATIONAL BANS OF LANCASTER ST Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Oarefnl and PromptAttention Guaranteed M HISQINBOTHAX Presldon LEWIS Y LEAVELL VicePresldem F HUDSON Cashtei O RIQSKT Assistant Cashr WALKER Bookkeepei DIRECTORS jMHiaeiHBOTHAK LEWIS Y LEAVELL ARNOLD B F HUDSON fALL OFt I i i I I I f i rnr I fOur i i I IJ 8 CollierDj t C 1 Actna Life Ins Go gf Hartfor U D I J J TAUP iwofia0oaacsovooaoo sesoaw 0aooooooaaaoaao asooooeoox a E e Will Obi dllleSill 0 0resell cull For the Next Thirty Days We Will Give a Glass of Our Delicious Ice Cream Soda With Every Purchase of L FRISBIES PHARMACY ljJJfJJtJJfjfiJlfJJi1Jj J1 lJJJfifjJjjfJifjJijj1f JfiJJNJJjJJljjJfjJjPJ1fJjfjffJJffJIJJfjJfijJffiJ n t I E II I I C i d I p t r-j r- r r r r 54 L r t LJ 1 y 4- I 1 L 1k lt r a E Y i 4 1 I xpi BOILS ARBUNCLES Thes unwelcome visitors usually in the spring or summer when the blood is making an extra effort to free itself from the many impurities that have accumulated during the winter months 2 J i 4 August i HOW FAL You J find crrSr thing am c Big Pont r o r 4Y4 i fea ipoo13 15 1611 18IQoo14 30000 7URSlIEM1UM s 30000 Live Stock Trotting Pacing Running Mule Races Free ttxactlorisTHE HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND Lads direct from Hungary in Doily85Fine Concerts35= I TIE VEINH FAMILY GMEMBERS6i AerVJsts SiftemI t Carbuncles which more painful and dangerous come most frequently on the back of the neck eating holes in the flesh exhaust and often prove fatal Boils are some as blessings and they patiently and uncomplainingly endure the pain and inconvenience under the mistaken idea that their health being benefitted that their blood too and this is Natures of thinning it The blood is not too rich or too thick but is full of unless relieved the entire system will suffer The boil or carbuncle gives warning of internal troubles which are only waiting a favorable opportunity to develop Many an old sore running ulcer ire thickanyway poisonand Baneful Boils Mr R M Pratt Cave S C writes lror years I was sorely afflicted with and carbuncles caused impure blood It is sible to describe mx suffering part of Several doctors treated me and I tried all the socalled blood remedies but nothing seemed to do me any good During the summer of 8SS I was er eeveral bottles was entirely cured and have had no return these painful pests up to the present time w thetmc towork I f e l even cancer is the a boil Keep the blood and it will the skin clear of all the irritating impurities that cause these painful disfiguring diseases- S S S cures boils and permanently by reinforcing purifying and These celebrated families will give FREEPERFORMANCES each day in front of the grand stand TIE WLHORTB FAMILY 8MEMBERS8Uirivakd j Will include the most gorgeous extensive and attractive array of amuse ment features the best and highest priced artists and the grandest aggre r gallon of Oriental and modern noverty features ever congregated under one management YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT jj 3 Tf SHANKIJN Secretary Lexinjftc Kr g vEunian rates all railroatls See posters and small bund bills the O JA VJcrA M O rt I 1 I t 1 I Jb Dangerous Carbuncles and any information or advice wanted will be cheerfully Ve make no whatever for this service Send for our book on Blood and Skin Address The Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga given Diseasesfree A total abstinence resolution was defeated at a session of the Universa list Young Peoples Union in Atlanta after a sharp discussion Several men were wounded at Camp Lincoln 111 in a light between mem bers of the First and Second Illinois regimentsMason JIatton a Bath county far mer was taken suddenly and seriously ill and physicians say he is suffering from Asiatic cholera The strength of the American army in the Philippines on June 30 was 53420 officers and men Since that date 1310 of these have been transfer red to China One Minute Cough Cure is the only harmless remedy that produces im mediate results Try it F P Frisbie Secretary Root says that Cuban an nexation is not imminent lIe holds that independence must be granted first and the question of annexation left for the Cubans to decide Gei many will send a picked orps g oJlicers to China including several staff men who have acted as military instructors to the Chinese The new census shows that the Dis trict of Columbia has a population of 273713 an increase of 48326 since the census of 1890 A strike is said o be imminent in the Jellico and Coal Creek districts The miners are demanding higher wages and two pay days to the month In a freight wreck on the Queen and Crescent road at Greendale Ky eighteen cars were derailed and persons were hurt The American athletes in Paris won eight out of ten events Sunday the fact that many of the best men refused to compete on account of the day being Sunday The Americans broke several worlds records and won from the best athletes of many civilized nations It is stated that when the war in South Africa is over 10000 Boers will emigrate to the United States Judge Evans decides the McChord railroad act is unconstitutional and grants an injunction against its en forcement Counterfeiters are making 100 profit in the Philippines by coin lug American silver dollars from Mex ican silver dollars Does It Far to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy forcoughsand colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe throat and lung troubles Boschecs German Syrup It not on ly heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectora tion gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Peccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C C J E Stormes rOOOOOOOOOClOOOOOIOOO several despite percent G NE1b N6141S I Theres no need r to go to the PARIS EXPO building up the the system of all accumulated waste matter- S S S made of roots and herbs which act directly on the blood and all poisons no matter how deepseated are soon overcome and driven out by powerful purely vegetable medicine S S S is not a new untried but for fifty years has been all kinds of skin diseases It has cured thousands and will cure you It is a tonic as well as blood purifier the appetite and digestion builds your general health your blood in order Our have made blood and skin a life them fully about your case bloodand diseases studywrite reIned News comes of a crushing defeat suffered by the allied forces in an on the Chinese at Tien Tsin the 15th inst The foreigners after an all day fight were repulsed with heavy loss Col Liscum of the Ninth and Capt Bailey of the States marines being among the killed The antiforeign crusade is spreading like wildfire through Cnina and the Powers torn with dissensions and jealousies are impotent to check it It is recognized and admitted now that the jealousy among the made possible the slaughter of the foreigners in Pekin The Government is alive to the deadly peril of the situation The propabili ty of an extra session of Congress to authorize the raising of 80000 to 100 000 troops for service in China was considered Quciitlon Answered 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 tion of 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 For sale by C C J E Stormes On Friday night the 27th inst a protracted meeting will begin at the M E church here It will be con ducted by Revs R E Smith of Be rea and J R Howes the regdar Both are wellknown and excel lent preachers and all are anticipating a genuine good meeting A Frightful Blunder 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 Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pilecure on earth Only 25ctsa box Cure guarantued Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Photographs are representations that flatter and do ourselves an in justice Bumps Or Bruises 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 The greater the hurry you are in the more likely your shoestrings are to breakAn Epidemic of Diarrhoea Mr A Sanders writing from Coco anut Grove Fla says there has been quiet an epidemic of diarrhoea there He 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 R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m attack Infantry United Powers Arni- ca BoilsFelons Washington pastor The Housewife Part Oh men and oh brothers and all of you others- I beg of you pause and listen a bit And Ill tell without altering any of it The tale of the housewifes part Mixing and fixing Brewing and stewing Basting and tasting Lifting and sifting Stoning and boning Toasting and roasting Kneading and seeding Straining and draining Poking and soaking Choosing and using Reasoning and seasoning Paring and sharing This is the housewifes part Filling and spilling Pounding aud sounding Creaming end steaming Skimming and trimming Mopping and chopping Corine and pouring Shelling and smelling Grinding anti minding Firing and tiring Carving and serving This is the housewifes part Oiling and boiling and broiling Buying and trying and frying Burning and turning and churning Pricing and icing and slicing Hashing and mashing and splashing Scanning and canning Greasing and squeezing andfreezing This is the housewifes part Aching and baking and making and shak ing Beating and heating and seating and treat Oh men and oh brothers and nIl of you others Do you envy the housewifes part Susie M Best in TimesDemocrat That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you ifyou used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their match less meritfor Sick and Nervous They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25cts Money back if not cured Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Prize EatinG Contest They had aii eating contest the other night at Pin Hook schoolhouse Who won Ben ate nine head of cabbageDidnt it make him sick No He just took a spoonful of Dr Syrup Pepsin That prevents Stomach Trouble of any kind they say McRoberts Drug Store KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crop and Live Stock July 1st 1900 GENERAL CONDITIONS Under this head the State may divided into sections the dividing line running due south from Louis vile to the Tennessee line West of this line the almost universal is made of too much rain and a serious damage to wheat and other crops while east of it with a few ex ceptions the past month has been sea sonableThe estimate of this department June 1st was for threefourths of an average wheat crop There has been loss in the western section and gain in the eastern section one very nearly offsetting the other The estimate for twentytwo counties from Daviess west was 80 per cent of an average crop June 1st which must be reduced to 69 per cent July 1st This is due to continued rains during the month Corn and tobacco have suffered also and condition of both is lowered be cause of inability of farmers to culti vate the ground to keep down the weeds and grass In the eastern section with few conditions have been revers ed and all reports show improvement in wheat except in a few places where it was injured by fly The greater part of the Burley tobacco crop is grown in this part of the State and all reports indicate an increased acre age as well as a high average condi tion The reports indicate generally healthy condition of live stock and little disease of a contagious nature A herd of cattle in Hickman county is under of contagion and will receive the attention of the State Board of Health The condition of the fruit crop varies according to neighborhood from which received On the whole though reports rather poor prospect for apples pears and peaches and about an ayer age crop of grapes with complaint of rot which may yet reduce the yield As an example of the extreme of damage in the western section we quote from a note sent by the in McCracken county The crops was gloomy in this county since I can remember Older heads than mine say the same Continued rains amounting at times to floods since the fifth of June have reduced the outlook for a general all f planning and Spluttershe Caldwells complaint exceptions s spicion indicate correspondent outlookfor neverso 4S5 headaches b found crop from the brightest I ever saw to the gloomiestT For four weeks there has been scarcely any plowing done and fully 50 per cent of the corn and tobacco crops have never been worked at all though the corn is large enough to lay by and tobacco nearly large enough to top with grass and weeds a close second Tso one can give anything like an accurate of conditions at the present time The following summary of the as shown by the very full re ports from the correspondents will not answer for any speciai county but the condition in general Re ports from different places in the same county differ widely WHEAT The reports indicate 85 per cent of an average crop But for the improv ed condition in the eastern part of the State a lower figure would have CORN Condition is given as 89 and acre age 100 OATS Condition 91 and acreage about an The condition is given at 87 as with average years TOBACCO The favorable seasons enabled plan ters to set the crop early and in the Burley district it is doing well which brings the condition up to 87 for the whole State although much below that figure in the dark district The acreage is 94 PASTURES AND MEADOWS Pastures are giren at 91 and 82 WOOL The clip of 1899 is 93 of an average and the average price 22 cents FRUIT Apples promised a full crop earlier but have fallen badly so that but lit tle above a half crop is to be expected The figures are apples GO peaches 74 pears 03 and grapes 85 I B NALL Comr NOT IN THE PLAY Escaped Thunder Rolled Down Stage and Soared Actors and Audience It was at an Edinburgh theater anti the piece was Lear The king hint self was battling furiously with the storm and the audience was hushed in sympathy with the struggles of the poor old man Suddenly says Cas a terrific crash of thun tier that startled even Lear himself though he had encountered that same storm in the same place for a fort night was heard and there immedi ately burst through the scene a score of ninepound cannon balls These rolled down the sloping stage with accelerated velocity on the footlights making the patriarchal king seek ref uge in the wings with more alacrity than dignity and presenting an aspect so threatening to the musicians that they incontinently fled Something approaching a panic was on the point of seizing the audience for the scene had been knocked down and other sounds of alarm mingled with the rumble of the balls when the last shot having come to a stop the gal state of matters dawned upon the cooler portion of the spectators They had been treated unexpectedly and unintentionally to a peep behind the scenes It so happened that the man ager of this theater had a method of his own for making thunder and his thunder was regarded by all who heard it and considered themselves judges of thunder as magnificent Its component parts were the stage carpenter a wheelbarrow and cannon balls that had so inauspicious ly revealed themselves The carpen tel would wheel his barrel load of balls to and fro over wooden ledges and uneven surfaces at the back of the stage these being so constructed as to send into the auditorium a fine full and sonorous roar On the night in question however the carpenter missed his footing the barrow upset and the catastrophe we have been happened Realistic Reporter City Editor How did that deaf and dumb wedding come off Reporter Quietly Baltimore American The Reason for It Thats a queer name youve chosen for your horse BadEgg1 Its a bully name A bad egg cant be beat Harlem Life LAKE Chataoqoa Grand Midsummer Ecursions I estimate reflects often resulted average RE3tP compared sells thee describing JJ VIA TIlE conditions meadows In connection with Special Excur cursions leaving Cincinnati via the Big and 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 and Observation Cars Trains in tim South Further particulars as to can by consulting ticket agents 0 L MITCHELL A Chattanooga CHAS W ZELL Di p A Cincinnati WJ MURPYt W C RINEASON Cenl Manager Pasgr Agrf CINCINNAT O FourRoute Finest DP Gen I G B ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co f 2 w SWINE ROAD ADAMS FISTULA SALVE Manufactured by J W Adams it Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting with great success In curing Fistula Polevil Sweeney Scratches Greasy Heel Big Jaw Hard and Soft Distemper Etc For sale by ft E Mc Roberts Druggist Lancaster Ky and Fish Co laint Lick Ky You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R SO SCCURB The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other Information will be cheerfully furnished by C P 0 P A nr by LouiSVlTiE Kt Enlargements If 6 ATMORE tor C 0I HAN b I will stand my BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike HEREFORD J A ROBINSON Central HoSIiness Camp Meeting Wilmore Ky July 23 to Aug 2 Low Rates from all points in Ken tucky via the Queen Crescent Route Ask ticket Agents for full particulars For Sale Privately Thirty acres mor e or lesslyiiifr in the forks of the Richmond and Copper Creek pikes in Gixrranl county Smiles from Paint Lick de pot nice cottage and necessary out buildings with good fruits and garden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A R or Jas N Denny Point Leave or with me at Rich mond W K DENNV 28junetf with a I I CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime in efct July 15 1900 STATIONS LvLouisville S am 600pm I ll Oan 8 Wain S liim 5rXpm Winchester II 57 an 918pm S mam i0pm MtSterlhiR 12i ui 9tipm Kjram ttipm- ArWashinRtou 650 lOpin Philadelphia 1015 an 705pm New York IMOiii UOSpm STATIONS LvNew York Jam COpm Philadelphia 7ilpm t 15pm 11 10pm 10pm 5 50am 2 12pm 7 nm 4 5S m fi 22am 2I pm S 12am f 10pm 7 00am Wpm UOOaml Through Trains run to and from New York DAILY trains run icily Sunday For sle car reservations or information write or telephone GEOWIJA IINK YD rA LEXINGTON KY NOTICE Sealed bids for the construction of the here inafter described portion of street will he re ceived by the city of Lancaster from this date till 720 p in Monday AnjjGtliltKJO The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids Bids can be tiled wIth the city clerk II Wherritt For Specifications call on James A Beazley Said portion of street is three hundred yards more or less in length It begins ou the south side of the Crab Orchard and Lancaster turn pike and west of Xauotus residence and ex tent south K KIXXAIKD Mayor July 17 1JOO I 0 lexh ton h I WESOZO EOV = I i h 10 Wa l1in tonI i liam rIcxll1 ArJol1ts S Wplll W ant S t5mm l a PARKERS HAIR BALSAM and beautifies the Irmnotcs a luxuriant Pails to Restore to its Youthful L Dandruff ant hair tilling lie ami SI W at Dniwii Crane hair growth Never Gray Hair Prevents ts Summer Excursions iilaeIeE The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk lines Pennsylvania Lines G R I Big 4 Route C H D C C and Erie railways handling through traffic expeditiously to all summer resorts of the North Special Low Excursion Rates Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen Crescent via Cincinnati to t Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting places on 5 Mountain Lake and Seashore A New Ticket to You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that will take C you to Chicago thence by the palatial steamer Manitou to Mackinac 5 via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C II D lly to Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered C The famous resorts of the South are also open now The sea son at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky and Rhea j Springs Tenn promises to be the most successful ever known i Queen Crescent trains are of travel Through Pullman daily from j all southern cities Parlor observation amid chair cars Chattanooga Rome and Attalla on day trains Free reclining chairs from Chattanooga on night trains Fast schedules track No smoke no dust no cinders Send for free information us to summer resorts and Queen Crescent service to O L Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Tenn or call upon your ticket agent W J MURPHY General Manager W C RINEARSON Genl Passenger Agent CINCINNATI I f i Mac dn3c J 81 returning A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE I PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES FBAim Site Pntftttf 310 NKtlMaii Strut ST LOUIS Md STOIRMES XKRXTG INTERNALand S ORE t5M s 51w Nol04rLancaster LodgeJ I AMF Stated Inectings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of sis ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master Notice to Stockholders All stockholders of the Danville Lancaster and Nicholnsville Turnpike Road Co who have no presented thoir certificates to aredirected to present same at once to James Spilman Treasurer at Iliena Vista Kv in the affairs of the Company are being settled till liquidated and assets distributed 712St GN JEAN President Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates for hold the Kentucky fairs this earso far as reported to this olliee Secretaries or other officers will please advise us of any error or uminissions in the list Richmond July 24 1 days Madisonville July 31 5 days Cynthiana July 51 I days Winchester ElksAugust days Danville August days Princeton August S 1 days Lexington Auguest days Greenville August 15 I lays Lawrenceburg August days Shepherd vi He August 21 4 days LaG range August 23 days Shelbyvi lie August 28 J days Germantown August 2 1 Jays Springfield August 21 1 days Bardstown September 4 5 lays Alexander September 4 5 days Elixabethtown September 11 4 da Bowling Green Sept 12 4 days Mt Olivet Sept 133 days Owensboro September 18 5 hays Glasgow September 11 4 days Hopkins villo Elks Sept 255 days Henderson September 25 5 days Horse Cove September 2i I days Owenton September 2C J days Hartford October4 3 days ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRSTGLASS FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE W MeC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatdigests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the or is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea F P Frisbie L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT ThirtyThousand Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms J X DUNN JNOTART BRYANTSVIELE KENTUCKY Suveryor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO For Sale Good 120 acre farm 3 miles frbiu Lancaster Ky good water and fencing all in grass fine hemp and tobacco tobacco barn fine orchard fair improvements fronts on good free turn pike half mile otchurch and 200 yards from good school and 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 time Treasum11r ill 13 83 136 214 LETCHER OWSLEY Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand imperfectdigestionPrepared LAXCASTEI KY i I t t t t Land landfine insight fatalof eases Its PUBLICS FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains 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