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KLVENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lanccuter Ky as Second Class Halter THURSDAY JULY 26 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 7 tutrn ttof NUMBER LOUIS LANDRA f Publish r lJANCASTER KY w he I C F fcANCASTGR AND VICBHTyr cclL00000 c 0 0 lJ C 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 0 o l 440080000000000a0000000000400008000404000840444f4 P400 M eeeeeeeeaoooa4ogoo0ob4oo444oa44444444 4ao44oo00 Visit Joe Nicklass shaving parlor Buy Banner Bread fresh every day at Blue Grass Grocery Phcaton etc go tof onns Carriage Shop a If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazlcys where you can gel the best goods for the least money See our hot weather clothing serge coats and vests crash suits at low prices LOGAN ROBINSON On Monday a large crowd of people were seen rushing in the grocery store of Gaines Ball to take advantage df their low price on goods Court Hay About half the average crowd in town Monday and no great amount of business was transacted Sonic farmers Ire busy in their meadows and threshing wheat HtiKtonvillc Fair President James P Harper and treasurer J II Ilocker of the Ilnston ville Fair were here advertising on Monday The Fair will be held on August 2 and 3 The Old Wheel Horse During our absence Judge M D Hughes was at the helm in Tin REC OUD ollicc and this issue is the fruits of his skilled hand and big brain It will be remembered that the last time we left him in charge he kicked a or two and ran into the demo critic camp This time a brick was tied to the tail of the old wheelhorse so he could scare again A Worthy JTIiiilMtcr Eld A R Moore a native of Bour bon county who is preaching at lien phis preached at the Christian church on Sunday and his logic oratory and attractive manner captivated the en tire congregation All are so well pleased that it is almost certain that he will be called as pastor of that church The members are congratu lating themselves on the prospects of securing such an able minister lug his stay here he was entertained by 31 r II A B Mafksbmy For all kind of iUjJTg of Buggy nut get it over the I r C C w 1 uptime hues an Du- i d r oooooomoooooolS rrrstr Bigrtit rrr I Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Nice eightroom cottage for rent For terms apply to G 5 Gaines or J M Logan This office is thankful to Mrs G T Farris for a basket of tine apples Meat will bring the highest price the year if brought to us this week Gaines Ball We will guarantee our prices to be as low on firstclass groceries as any other linn in Lancaster Gaines Ball I At the home of the brides Jerome Layton Mr Caleb Johnson and Miss Lucinda Layton were cd on the 18th by Rev T II Camp bell assisted by Rev R A Thomson Teachers Kxaminutions 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 Look Here Two car loads of Buggies Surriec Pheatons and go at sacrifice IS ov chance ever offered in Lancaster foY a bargain W J ROMANS Bugg Shopping Ed Bishop is thankful to the lady who called him from the store to hei buggy and asked for a spool of thread handing him the money at the same time They generally hand the niouL ey to be changed after goods are brought out thus causing an extra trip Big Times at The Street Fair to be held in Nich olasvillenext Wednesday and Thursda will be one of the most enjoyable held in Central Ken tucky this summer The good people neighboring city have labored unceasingly in perfecting arrange ments afid all who attend are assured a most pleasant time Nicholasville never docs things by halves and hei reputation fur hospitality will be ful ly substantiated Thanks Married fathers I mss is the pest entertainments of our C miff Iloac 11a Nicholas iTlc l ci ss sE ClearanceI I I Sa1 e i 1I AA ALL1IAAI In order to make room for our Fall and Winter stock we are offering Clearance Sale you will be able to pick up some Big Bargains 00 00 x 00 0000e0eoooo THEE o ojLSUULSLftjUUUULRiLgJLlU 0 JLJLflJL r S GREAT l INDUCEMENTS To clear out our Spring and Summer stock If you will attend this i lOGAN D Y GOODS I JANYI 0 0000000000000000000000 rr rrp rr rr rrrr r r rttr rrF rrrrr r sts Z t M r1 A J WHAT OTIIKBS THINK OF IT Few Clipping From Exchange Bcgurdiiig the Proposed null Boad Through Garrard CourierJournal The report that the Southern will undertake the construction of a branch from Burgin to Jellico is distinctly encouraging as hope in that matter was at a low ebb a few months ago The proposed line is to be 115 miles in length and would call for the expenditure of over 2000000 so it is a considerable item to the industries the State What is of more is that the example of the in thus building is encouragement to hope for similar enterprises else where in Kentucky Ordinarily speaking there are few States which offer so inviting a field for railroad building as Kentucky but scarcely anything has been done in this line for a number of years The worldwide demand for coal and iron calls particular attention to our vast mineral Coal is to be found br millions of tons in measures that have as yet been untouched and iron ore is equally accessible and cheap The timber resources of the State are also of enourmous value if only means of transportation to market can be found In the through which the projected Southern branch is to run there is particular abundance of both mineral and timber wealth Doubtless the fact that there has been so little railroad building in Kentucky this year is be ause of fearsthat capital will not be welcomed gird may suffer from laws The lawlessness at Frankfurt has also had a effect Yet in spite of what has been exaggerated and distorted jt can be truthfully said that capital and are as safe in Kentucky as in my other State in the Union nation has never assumed the restrictive form that has character ized nriny States in the South and West Our labor laws are liberal and our taxes after all are below the rage We can enable any railroad or any manufacturer that comes to Kentucky to make money and we will protect their persons and property in spite of ill the wild romances of yellow and the vaporings of oboes The Southern railway is wisp in following the example of the nois Central and Big Four which have pent vast sums here for which tin ire receiving large returns Othei roads and enterprises will profit by re cognizing this Cincinnati Enquirer Mr G L Prescott a capitalist ol London England is at the Grand I have just returned here from a trip to Kentucky mountain counties of Pulaski and Laurel where I have 7000 acres of fine timber and coal lands said Mr Prescott and sail for England next Wednesday I tied in Wisconsin and was in state when I started for Kentucky What You are not going to go to Kentucky They will shoot jou What nonsense A man is just as safe there as anywhere in the world he attends to his own business and I never hear of an outsider being mo lested or harmed About all they hear up north of the state is somebody shot I bought the lands I refer red to seven years ago and have been all over the mountains and was al ways treated with the greatest kind ness I never thought of carrying a revolver but did carry a roll of money without fear of being robbed The state has a name it does not It is one of the greatest states in the Union if it had a chance Tl am holding my timber oak and poplar for a still further advance which I think is sure to come You ought to see the vast quantities of American timber on the docks in Lon don They have an idea that there is no end to it but there is and in many sections North and South the supply has been exhausted and the time is not far distant when there will be a famine in many varieties of American timber It is going fast and all timber is now very valua ble I believe the Southern Railway system is going to extend its line from Burgin on the Queen and Cres cent to Jellico 130 miles They have surveyed the route and are keeping exceedingly quietabout it which to me is significant They have secured terminals at Louisville Lexington Herald There is considerable talk in the mountains concerning the railroad which the Southern Railway intends building from Burgin Ky to Jellico Tcnn to connect with its Knoxville Jellico branch formerly the property- of the Louisville Nashville railway It is the general opinion that the Bur ginJellico link will be built as rights ofway have been secured The road will from Burgin to the Rockcastle down to the Cumberland river When the road strikes iamsburg Whitley county it will turn off in a straight hne south to Jellico twenty miles distant This road will if built l l J e railway off importance Southern resources projected arbitrary witnessed deterrent enterprise extremely a journalists marI if being merchantable Jf river W A section Legs den Ill 4 K are desert for a ri of in of es ro as e t pierce some of the richest of timber and coal in the South It will be of inestimable benefit to the mountains and means thousands of dollars to the mountain people There is land rich in timber and coal in the mountains which cannot be operated because of no transportation facilities CounerJournnl The Board of Directors of the Club met yesternay afternoon and named the standing committees the ensuing year and discussed some important questionschief among them the projected extension of the Southern railway from Burgin thro Garrard county and Lancaster to Jel lico there to connect with the Southern railway The right ofway can be secured for 50000 and as 25000 has been pledged the club believes citizens of Louisville should see that the remainder is raised The club is confident the new road would be of great advantage to the in bringing to Louisville trade that now goes to Cincinnati The published statement that the Louisville Commercial Club had 50000 toward the completion of branch line of the Southern Rail way at Jellico is denied by the Club officials The fact of the matter is that a committee some weeks ago came to Louisville for the purpose of securing assistance in the project which though heartily in dorscd by the club was not to in a financial way The propo as originally made was that the property owners contribute 25000 to the completion of the branch in to secure a rightofway and the Louisville Commercial Club to a like amount THE KENTUCKY PRESS yule ore Royally Kiitcrtaiiicd and llavo A Big Time The editor of THE RECOHD had the pleasure of attending the meeting of she Kentucky Press Association at Louisville Monday and Tuesday The objects of the organization are the same as those of all other business associations viz to discuss our be drawn more closely together socially and spend a time in sightsee ing anti rest So far as the latter two points are concerned we were deprived those pleasures save the cordial and handsome entertainment Louisville The editors take an an to some northern resort and pond a week or ten days recuperating and preparing for the vork they will have to do before they get another breathing spell Many people think they think that publishing a paper is easily done the work light and all is one sweet dream But in this they are sadly mistaken There is no business where one is more close ly confined does more hard work or receives less thanks for favors than in country ollice A fellow may rake his brain with a fine tooth comb try ing to find something good to say and nine times in ten the one boosted will never so much as say much obli ged Every fellow knows how the l paper shouldjbe run but they are not willing to undertake the job Some day when we editors get rich we will have certain hours to open our place of business close promptly at a cer tain time and when a man wants to patronize us we will accommodate him But to gaze upon the happy set gentlemen at Louisville one would judge each to own fee simple a l brownstone front twenty stories and enough and cord wood to run him the balance of his natural life Business meetings were held and during which a splendid paper was by my friend Count Giovannoli of the Danville Advocate Other papers and speech added to the occasion Col R W Brown of the Louisville Times was elected president and Harry McCarty of the Nicholasville Journal vice pres ident Bob Morningstar Who Col Craddock says was secretary when he Craddock was a boy was re elected secretary The boys about 150 left Tuesday for a trip through northwest The association has never been more entertained than tney were by the Louisville newspaper men the Commercial and Board of Trade A banquet tit for ye gods was spread at the beautiful Fountain Monday night Col Brown presided toastmaster and speeches were made by Col Mr Frank L Hartwell J Hopper Dan E 0 Sulivan and gentlemen while r Times with one of the best we ever had ure of listening to The banquet after when the editors adjourned to the ball room and were soon lost in the dreamy waltz l with the lovely and beautiful Louis vine girls for partners Trolly rides and rous other entertainments made up the last days program The editors will long remember the handsome manner which they were at the Fifth Avenue Ho which Manager Pike Campbell has i fare service nicely furnished rooms are the to be had located it is a most charming place to stop I Our Mr Farra went on the trip and when we saw him last was more fun than a box of monkeys sections Kentucky Commercial Cincinnati merchants donated Commercial contributed order contribute Newspaper In Loulll interests received natal trip long Ii II i U U I rr rr rr L rr rr rr rn rr rr Belknap ragtime E th E E Ill m fi fi U stopping U I t hi stun e Bos lItet F l Monday delights lasted among f old to of of Take your watches clockj and jew elry for repair to J C We have a little more sugar at the prices Gaines The best and line of Surreys etc than been in town at Conns Shop Dont be deceived but go to Cons Carriage Shop for Buggies Surries Pheatons Road Qrts etc Prices O K Base Ball Our 2nd base ball nine beat Nicho lasvilles 1st nine on their own grounds the score being 15 to 10 Saturday Judge J C Hemphill will come home on Saturday July 28 to meet his Building and Loan patrons and return the Springs that In a column of writeups of the the Louisville Times says Louis LANDUAM Heart barrel always on the lookout to do some a good turn Not a poli tician but a perpetual candidate to fill some office of hospitality to others Stalwart thirtyfive Plenty of Milk While in town Monday Joe Waters told us that a Lancaster physician re the flow of milk is so great that her own infant is not only abundantly supplied by its mother but she also nurses a pair of colored babies and two tine hound puppies It is one case among ten thousand and the talk the neighborhood The lady is one the best in the land but has fine Jersey and Holstein qualifications Doctor Meeting The session of the Central Ken tucky Medical Association held in this city last Thursday was an inter esting one Those present were Drs Bush Herring Acton Wesley Grant Evans and Kinnaird ot Lancaster Elliott and Traylor penter Stanford Pitman Parksville Casenburg Paint Lick and Dr Bertie Carpenter of Hustonvillc Dr Elli ott read a paper on Gastro Enterit is Dr Carpenter one onSpinal De formities and Dr Wesley reported on recent progress in Materia Medica and Therapeutics All papers were ably discussed The next meeting will be in Danville and Dr Steele Bailey will read a paper n Diabetes Dr Traylor acted as president and Dr Kinnaird as secretary I T pson clieape t Buggies ha er Carr ge editors as- a people parallelneighboring also Br antsvi11e Car t C Ball 1 bargains n night as big i Come and get a nice straw hat at cost LOOAX ROUIXSON Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON There will be preaching at the Bar tiss church next Sunday morning and evening by Rev T II Campbell of Maryland A lot of Ladies Shoes ranging in sizes from 2J to 41 that we will at less than Manufacturers cost LOGAN ROBINSON Large stock Ladies in tans kids oxblood and Black Fine values all go at onehalf cost to close out tf C D POWELL Co Great excursion series to Niagara Falls August 2d 9th and pith Queen Crescent Route Low rates 12 day limit Dont fail to go Niagara is one of the great wonders of the world Ask ticket agent about rates train service etc Opening of Opera Season The season of Garrard Opera House will open Aug 20th Among the good things to be given arc Boys A Trip toTramptown Aug 20th Sept 14 and 15 the Herald Opera Co Al G Fields Minstrels Porter J Whites Faust The CareKcene Co Maud Beauraut Suns Minstrels Bar low Wilsons Minstrels UA Wire Woman OBITUAKY Mr ITunley Singleton died at his residence in this city on last Fridi night in the 48th year of age of par alysis Hawing suffered for several weeks Funeral services were at the residence morning by Revs Leonidas Robinson and T II Campbell and many friends and the remains to Lancaster Cemetery Deceased was wellknown hawing conducted a meat market here for several years and also engaged in farming and Some time ago he was Marshal of this town and he discharged his duties faithfully displaying courage and a disposition to see the law For many years he was a leader in the Baptist church TIe was a kind husband and father lIe carried 2000 protection in theKnights of the Maccabees which amount will be paid to his widow and assist in rearing the four bright who survive him closeout Niagara Gus conducted on Sunday relatives followed haying trading enforced C Rockville C C children 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 llaseIdell1 Sc Arterial ami Cavity Embalming A Specialty Furniture and Carpets 1ul1 Line of Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic Jiall All Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S R L Davidson Attorney At Lav Life Insurance Policies Bought for Cash Or Loaned on for sums of 500 upwards visiting i j 3 j Put your money back in your pockets YOU SAVE JUST ONEFOURTH IP 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 our reputation on that pcint was made long ago The regular season saw us leading in qualities styles and low prices Every one 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 doin g 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 oursales figures The greatest bargain given is sure to catch the crowd 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 Cash Lines iiJ Eij ijiJEij IIJ i11mi ig lit OFF OUR SPRING ana SUMMER GOODS i1 ill ill ofour fl ill ill m ij1 ill ill m m 11 ii1 ill m m ill I Robinson iii iii 8 8 81 iii iii iii iii iii 13 8 II Eij iiJ Q fl SELL p become 0 Lan I I 1 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JULY 26 igqo EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE YEiB IN ADVANCE 1100- TKIiMS 3 Six MONTHS SO 15RYANTSVILLE Miss Minnie Calvert who has been spending the summer here with has gone to Wilmore to attend the camp a number will attend from here Elder of Lancaster will till the pulpit at Pleasant Grove Sunday Elder Allen the regular pastor will preach in Stanford next Sunday Mrs Ma ry Anderson begun her school atllick man last Monday Mrs Marie and Florence Dunn spent Saturday and Sunday in Jessamine visiting rela tives Miss Mamie Parris is the guest of the Misses King Mr and Mrs Wolfolk and little daughter of Lexington are the guests of her fa ther J W Holloway spent Monday with her sister Mrs Dr Armstrong also Mrs Clint Armstrong- of Junction City Roy Arnold of Danville visited his parents Sunday Mr Wm Clark visited the family- of Henry Burdett Sunday MARKSBOKY MrsSallieFoxJiad an unusually good crop of wheat The average was 42 bushels to the acre Mrs Ben Hughes of Lancaster is spending this week with her cousin Mrs Fred Kemper Mrs Kauffman and daughter of Nicholasville spent several days last week with Mrs Fred Sutton Miss Bane West of Lancas ter is spending several days with her cousin Mrs Todd Scott who has been in bad health for some time Mr Nelson Bogie and wife went to the camp meeting at High Bridge Sun day and enjoyed a good sermon Miss Tine Johnson of Lancaster preaching at the Fork and visited II D Aldridge and family Miss Lillie D le of Shelby ville is visiting Mrs J B Kemper Miss Jennie Swope who at tending the Conservatory of Music at Cincinnati for several weeks return ed home last week Miss Lucretia Skinner of Buena Vistawas the guest of Mrs Fred Kemper Sunday Mrs J B Kemper and Miss Lillie Dale of Shelbyville visited in LancasterMon day PREACHERSVILLE We are having line rains in this neighborhoodSol sold a nice horse to Jas Miller for 75 cash Parish Boler sold 25 sheep to Lawson Fox for 350 per head Rev II B Cockrill bought of J F Iloltzclaw his farm of 50 acres for 50 per acre to make room for the college groundsThe meeting closed out last Sunday night with a fine impression on the people Several converted and some sanctified Dick Robinson has gone to Illinois looking out a location to move to he will have a sale the28th inst We are sorry to give rp Mr Robinson and family from our village The prospects are good for a college to be located at this place Men of means are in the enterprise and I think in a very short time all will be completed Mr J F Pettus had a stroke of last week and is in a critical condition a good man and neighbor we Nave found in him May the good Lord spare him to his family Mrs W P Durham and daughter Miss Sallie of Corbin are visiting friends her j this week Mr Foley and sister of Madison were here last week Miss Susie Thompson of Mt Vernon has been visiting relatives here for several days WALLACETON Mrs Mattie Wylie is on the sick list at this writing Mr Charles Sagaser of Wilmore was here on business Monday and TuesdayJames A Wallace our migratory bachelor is suffering intensely with a poisoned arm f THREE 25 meetingquite Hogan attended Sunday t arrangements paralysis relatives Walden Mts lias been C C 1lliJ J j rtFJn rP prop t orTAIGN aw allot and oebellor Contest lllustrted Ji Some of our farmers have resumed their plowing since the visitation of the excellent showers of the past few daysBeginning this week the mail is now carried from here to Paint Lick on new schedule time leaving here at 830 a in and arriving at 5 oclock p in A series of meetings to continue about two weeks will begin at the M E church here on the night of the 27th They will be conducted by Revs J R Hows pastor and R E Smith of Berea E B Wallace and son and Walker Baker and Miss Kate Wylie attended the Quarterly meeting at College Hill Saturday and Sunday returning on Monday They report a good plenty to eat and a nice time in as is always the case on such occasions Win Caldwell is teaching the school at Bakers schoolhouse this year Walker Baker who has taught 1C terms here having declined to teach it any longer and also announced his intention of being henceforth an ex pedagogue Mr Caldwell is an excel lent young man and comes highly rec ommended as a teacher W H Furr bought a hog last week at 4c also Cal Hensley sold one pair of shoes that did not prove roomy enough for him to Luther McQuery 75 cents possession given the next day As most trading men try to do Mr McQuery made a large per cent profit by selling them to Mr Eb Cook for 125 Wm Dollins and family visited at Ebb Cooks Sunday Miss Virgie Worrell began teaching at Lawsons school house Monday Mr John Routte and family spent last Friday at W II Furrs Quite a crowd as sembled at the home of Mr R F Par sons on last Monday evening to par taste of a bountiful birthday supper made in honor of his son William who was twentyone years of age Several drummers called at Flatwood last week among whom was Mr ter Hammack of Cartersville who is now traveling for a tobacco firm Mr and Mrs John Lawson of Lowell viCited Mrs Dannie Hammack last week PAINT LICK Fou No 20 left hand plows at cost to close out R L Co Paint Lick NOTICE All holding premium will please bring them in by Sept 1st R L Jennings CoPaintLick Mrs Robert Sallee of Stanford is visiting her mother Mrs E H Ballard this week Miss Pearl Ely is visit ing friends and relatives in Sweet Music Rucker and Dandy spent Sunday at Slate Lick Springs for their B Ely was a visitor at Antioch last Sunday Miss Nell Mershon of Stanford came up and took charge of the High- Point school last Monday Misses Scotta and Georgia Petty of were guests of MissJane Jennings- on Thursday and Friday last The crowning event of social life during last week was an afternoon and evening picnic given by the young people to their visitors at Wallace mill near here where more artistic and beautiful scenery cannot be seen Among those present were Misses Jane Stanfill Williamsburg Miller of Young of S C Hackley of Georgetown Annie Royston Virginia Taylor GreensburgMof fit Lebanon Sandusky Nicholasville Poyntz of Mt Sterling Wilmore of Richmond Jones of Silver Creek Frazee of Maysville Bush of Turley of Richmond and Fannie and Jennie Parkes Bettie Margaret and Lucy Francis Alma and Mary Lear Lucile and Mamie RamseyEliza and Jane Lusk Jennie Kavanaugh Margaret Walker Eleree and Laurie Wallace and Messrs S T Toddof Due West S C N B Price of Lancaster C F Higgins Richmond B F Ten nings and visitor Lancaster T M Lackey Thos R Slavin H T Francis James Burnam Jolm and Wade Salem Wallace C A Fish C E Poyntz Walker Guyn W B Jon John Walker Lusk Mr and Mrs A W Crawford Mr and Mrs II L Wallace Mrs B W Lear and Mrs Wm Wallace The party was also highly entertained by Miss Laurie L at her beautiful home near by the latter part of the evening f meeting general for Val t SALEThree Jennings tickets Lexington healthJ Lancaster Mississippi Lancaster Lancaster sand Wm Wallace FLAT WOODS C G Trill I er JUST PUBLISHED f t jt anHRRHCttie of the greatest political century OH wbicb the nations eyes tbttlgbtof were and are yet turned By KE HUGHES K W SCIIAETJER and E I AVIIXIAMS Ono Large Octavo Volume Over 100 Illustrations Cloth 8175By Mall Postage Paid on Receipt of Price This work is the production of three well performed their labor in anbiased manner giving a full vividand truthful account of the most Extra i Louisville men w o have un 4a I+ + campaign that ever took used as a book of reference for years to come rir tCl Wanted For Unoccupied Territory AddreM THE ROBERT GURKE GOMPAKY PUBLISHERS i Nos 31 38 Md 35 East Fourth Street Clttci vtl Ohio orders with M D or Saufley Hughes McRoberts Drug Store remarkableplace In this country With n frce pen a vast fundI and record authors have produced a most fascinating ofhistory and at the same time a reliable of facts that 0 volume Agents e heave 1 M GCNNSCIIAPPEL Meadow cutting is about completed and wheat threshing is now on hand A good rain is much needed in this section Miss Florence McMurtry of NichE lasville commenced the public school at Buckeye Monday 16th Wm Whitaker bought a horse a few days ago Price 100 Wiley Burton the ferryman at the mouth of Paint Lick stuck a thorn in his foot several days ago and is in a critical condition Messrs Conard Long and Brutus Cotton of Madison spent Saturday night with Mr Bob Long Misses Kellie Burton and Maggie Sandidge visited Mrs John Adams near Lan caster last week Mrs Alex Miles and stepdaughter Agnes returned to their home near Nicholafvllle a weeks visit with relatives near Miss Hattie Jones spent a few days at Crab Orchard Misses Cora and Nora Long of Madison were the Quests of Mrs Flora Long Rey Bronson Ray and wife of Nashville Tenn and Mr John Ray of Rich mond were with their parents Dr Ray and wife Miss Myrtle Ray last week with Miss Maggie Saddler and attended the meeting in progress at STONE Lem Teater sold to Alex Walker 10 heifers at 3Jc T L Saunders bought of Erasmus Allen a calf for 12 Smith Thompson sold to Dick Bur ton two heifers at 3c Saunders bought of Hans ford Land two lambs at 5 each Sam Murphy had a horse killed by lightning Saturday and one of his children was also badly stunned T L Saunders sold to Dick Burton2 yearling heifers at 31 and one at 3fc per pound The most destructive rain fell Sat urday afternoon that has been known in this part of the country for some time water gates fences away and soil badly washed and a great deal of corn and tobacco was badly damaged by wind and hail and creek roads washed up generally The Kentucky river was lined for some time with drift such as logs and fence rails Mr and Mrs Robert Burton of Mc Creary spent Sunday with her father E W Mitchell L L Saunders and sister Miss Mattie returned home Saturday from a pleasant visit with their uncle W S Scott of Frankfort Mr L D Mitchell spent last week with friends in Frankfort Misses Renie Simpson of Pleasant Hill and Myrtle lIoberley attended preaching at Mt Hebron Sunday McQuerry and granddaughter Miss Bessie are on the sick list Mrs Eliza Moberley of Pleasant Hill visited relatives at Hubble last week Miss Emma Naylor spending several weeks with frieflds in Jessamine coun ty A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the wid ow of the brave General Burnham of Machias Me when the doctors said she could not live till morning writes Mrs S II Lincoln who attended her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from Pneumonia but she begged for Dr Kings New Disco ery saying ithad more than once say ed her life and had cured her of Con sumption small doses she slept easily all 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 The peacemaker is all right but he is never appreciated by the fellow that is getting the best of the fight DeWitts Little Early Risers are famous little pills for liver and bowel troubles Never gripe FrisMe It is a severe strain on the angelic qualities of a woman when she has to use her wings to dust the furniture There is no longer an excuse for 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 If the sun had nothing else to do but shine on the righteous it wouldnt have to rise so early in the morning HERBINE clears the complexion gives buoyancy to the mind cures headache regulates the stomach and bowels stimulates the liver and is in fact a perfect guardian to the health Price 50 cents Stormes 1m Church people who denounce the stage should remember that the minstrel is never as black as he is paintedIf stomach liver and bowels fail to perform their functions regularly and naturally the blood becomes with impurities and the whole system is in consequence isremarkable for its efficacy in curingthe ailments of and the disorders prevalent hot weather Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m How quickly the millenium would come if we would only do the wonder ful things todythat we are going to do tomorrow Bumps Or Bruise 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 i after Buckeye spent Thomps an step lIrs Lucinda t three marvelous F P anyone C C J E ne- gro contaminated debilitated HER INE summer during t Antioch N 8 Tea has advanced four cents on of the Chinese troubles twentyfive gamblers of Owensboro were given the limit in lines and costs at Owensboro The St Cold Storage Warehouse was destroyed by fire the loss to 760000 The powerhouse of the Chattanooga Rapid Transit Company was totally destroyed by fire Dr Will Hilton was killed in a crap game altercation at Qorbin by Red Wyatt a bad man William Judd a saloonkeeper of Washington Ind committed suicide at Danville Ill by taking morphine The steamer Amur reached Victoria B C from the Klondike bringing ninety passengertand 1000000 in gold dust The Boer General Dewet cut Lord Roberts line of communications and captured 100 Highlanders and a train Col Fred A Linn a Bethel Ky banker neatly turned the tables on York bunco man who took him for a sucker John Barsanti a Chicago refused a highwaymans de mand for his money and got killed for rashnessA crime was committed at Kamloops B C by an Indian who chased his wife on horseback through the streets and shot her as she lied In Chicago the Chinese in fear of being mobbed have arranged signals providing for quick mobilization for selfprotection in case anyone is threatenedSamuel aged sixty who his brotherinlaw Robert Bryant aged seventy in Daviess county will have his examining trial Wednesday at Owensboro lie shows no sign of penitence Twentyfive girls employed at Lowell Buflhi tons tobacco factory at Cov ington went out on a strike because of an objectable foreman and over 100 men employed in the same factory walked out in svmpathy Never in the history of Bath coun ty has been such a crop of wheat as that of the present year The is perhaps as large again as that of any other year while the yield is simply unprecedented- At State Line while T N Rice and family were at preaching a thief thir residence through a window and carried off a pistol and other Bloodhounds were brought from Fulton and trailed the robber to tire church where the trail was lost Foreign Governments refuse to the Conger dispatch as gunujne or to make it a basis of action in rush lug relief to Pekin Secretary Hay however clings to the belief that the message is straight and our Govern ment will be governed accordingly It Pay to Buy Cheap A remedy for coughs and 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 Boschees German Syrup It not 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 bottle Reccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C C J E Stormes Hell may be paved with good intei tions but the man who sprinkles on the icy sidewalk is paving his way to glory One Minute Cough Cure is the only harmless remedy that produces results Try it F P Frisbie Followers of the fashions are never as a rule behind them The man who is satisfied with is very easily satisfied Any advertised dealer is authorized to guarantee Banner Salve for tetter eczema pilesT sprains cuts scalds burns ulcers and any open or Old Sore C C J E Stormes 1m Happiness often consists of being next in a crowded barber shop Those who live on farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT is applied Price 25 and 50 cents Stormes 1m Many a ballroom dress in covering a warm heart reaches its The unkindest cut of all is your portrait invthe country newspaper The trouble market is easy and it can always be borrowed at low rates Spains Greatest Need Mr R P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Remedy pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what the country needs All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble purifies the blood tones up the stomach strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and new lifejnto 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 Ir account amounting supply a- New lly killed acreage entered articles accept Does only n ashes immediate himself espec- Ially C C J E limits AlkenSC Weak GENE I hNEItiS69000- 000000000ooooofiaooo coooo Paul saloonkeeper C there cheap oE S Nerve all That TlirultMng Headache j Would quickly leave you ifyou used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sulfcrers have proved their meritfor Sick and Nervous They make pure blood and strong nerves anti build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25cts Money back if not cured Sold by R McRoberts Druggist 1m Executive ability is the faculty of getting some one to do your wOlk Business men who lack the vim snap and vigor they once had should use IIERBINE it will purify the blood strengthen and invigorate the system Price 50 cents Stormes im Its always surprising how much deeper a hole is after one gets into one A gentleman recently cured of dys some have none that want it but we have meat and we can cat Kodol Dyspepsia Cure be thanked This preparation will digest what you instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all stomach dis orders F P Frisbielm There are not as many men in the world as there are heroes in the novels 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 trust 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 The man who persists in doing his fellowmen usually ends by doing time Children 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 loses of WHITES CUEAM VERMIFUGE will de stroy the worms when the children will begin to thrive at once Price 25 cents C C J EStormes 1 Solitary meditation naturally gives some people a poor opinion of man kindThe blood is strained and purified by kidneys No hope of health while the kidneys are wrong FOLEYS will make healthy kidneys and pure blood Nothing else just as good C C J E Stormes 1m When life is not worth living you can nearly always blame it on the liver 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 Stormes 1m There are morethings papers than heaven and earth can boast of 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 No matter how cruel fate may be washerwoman always manages to hang out I We have sold many different cough remedies but none has given better satisfaction than 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 Roberts druggist 1m What the social system of try needs most is a good blood purifier Spent A Good Farm Doctoring Mr A N Noell of Ashville Kansas says he spent a good farm doctoring himself for chronic diarrhoea but got no relief and was afraid that he must die He chanced to get hold of a bot tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was per by it For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m It was a Quaker woman who pro posed the following cosmetics the lips truth for the voice prayer for the eyes pity for the hands liar ity for the figure uprightness and for the heart love Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never of using any thing else for or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to mean 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 Forsale by C C J E Stormes Never refer to a womans age some women have had the family bible on that account Never do today what can be put off until tomorrow you might not have it to do KOKOMO Ind Aug 10 1899 Pepsin Syrup the past ten years I 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 McCracken Sold by R E McRoberts 1m matchless Headaches E C C J E blessingSome It I I assimilated but KIDNEY C C J E in some news I the Chamberlainssays Ic this coun manentlycured For largest Indigestion tomorrowfor CODear SirsFor was Dr Caldwells Elwood p C cit C the Curt C 1 suppressed s A A 4 4 i t A i r Buy Your School Supplies f New and SecondHand B o o IES s I McROBERTS DRUG v d 4 p g AT STORE COCO OOOO r ocoo c 4p- c t 5 I 1 GO TO STORIES DETTG w rzvs rerrrrs u a3 lti NIAGARA FALLS 700 from Gincinnati fOO from Indianapolis 650 from Dayton f 0 School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine of all kinds Engraved wedding Invitations 1OO Cards and Plate ced to 1 25 LILLARI3 V STOUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of on fine line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpToDate Novelties Our Soda Fountain Always Equipped with ETie 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 Lend Us Five Minutes of your time and drop in to see our new incidentally let us show you some MidSummer Bargains we are offering in Clothing Straw Hats Shoes c IT PAYS TO TRADE AT 1 51 THE GLOBE K Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY Personally Conducted Ideal Thursday STORE FOR Stationary Engraved II j s fifiJJ0iffKJ lFf Jl0 870i0BV8 0 1W I j i quartersand l r re l 8 1 Wrffj ffWii ffJl rec a pl hWW- c Yet p C Augusts AND RETURN CINCINNATI HAMILTON DAYTON RY and the MICHIGAN CENTRAL through the MOST BEAUTIFUL SECTION OF CANADA 650 Additional to THOUSAND ISLANDS 1 Additional to TORONTO Equally low rates from all tributary points Agents of all connecting lines sell tickets for this excursion v Descriptive leaflet wing full particulars mailed free Apply to any of the C H D or address D G Traffic Manager agent Ry t jEDWAn S pass ngcr CINdmNATIt o Sc Oillos c r r CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JULY 26 1900 Gen D R Collier is at home for a few days Mrs Wm Bcrkele visited Danville friends this week Miss Louise Farris has returned from a visit to Jellico Miss Fannie Parks attended the Chautauqua from Paint Lick Miss Mary Tuinic of Danville is visitingjier brother Mr W Tuinie Miss Mary Thompson is visiting Miss Annie Yantis at her country homeMiss spent the past week with her aunt Mrs George FarrisMrs R A Burnside is in Lexing ington visiting her sister Mrs W G DunlapMrs Hughes is in the country visiting her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Miss of Maysville is visiting her aunt Mrs Henry Clay JenningsMiss Anderson of is the guest of her aunt Mrs W R Robinson Miss Lottie Bettis has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in BardstownMrs and son of Cincinnati visited Misses Martha and Sallie Til lett this week Mrs A B Daniel and Miss Minnie Daniel of Lexington are visiting Mrs W J Romans Miss Margaret ITackley of spent a few days this week with relatives in this city Rev II N Faulconer and wife of Ilillsboro Ohio arrived Tuesday to visit relatives in this city Mrs Dorcas Maupin and Mrs Mat tie Terrill of Richmond have been visiting Mrs Susie Leavell Miss Sadie Fogg of Lexington is being entertained this week by Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines Miss Kittv Mason has returned from a delightful visit to her sister Mrs H N Falconer of Ilillsboro O Mr John Stormes and wife day for a visit to Niagara Falls Cleve land Buffalo and other eastern cities Mrs Jennie Alstchul and son Mel ville and Harry Fox of Eaton Ohio 1 are guests of Mr and Mrs Jake r O JL ocoooooooooooooooo BettieArnold Fannie Frazee Danviiie to oo ooooo0000ooooaoooaoooo9oooot Root0oecoaoooa 1 Georgetown 1 r I it leave Joseph 0lUIE Open for the Season Delightful The healthgiving qual ities of the waters need no introduction to the public They are known First Glass Accommodations Excellent Fare Write For Our Circulars IUO IIUllllQIIII 1 lUi CRAB ORCHARD KY O1ffl7I1D ogp IIlGg Cool Quiet 5 f 44444444444444 44444444444444 t i 44444444444444 i r I 0 sir 0 0- k Dr W N Bush has gone to Georgia to visit relatives Miss Maud Best of Lincoln is visit ing Miss Louise Farris Miss Pearl Ross at Dripping is Springs for several weeks Miss Katie Denton of Paint Lick is visiting Mrs V A Lear Mr R E will go to Arkan sas this week on business trip Messrs Jacob Joseph and Cash Puinphrcy spent Sunday in Cincinnati Miss Susie Leavell has been the charming guest of Miss Jennie Kava naughMiss Edna Kavanaugh has been Mrs Jennie Ballew of Rich mond Miss Pearl Faulconer of Danville has been visiting Mrs Joseph Faul coner John M Farra left Tuesday to take the trip with the Press Association to DuluthMiss Henderson is at the Ma son Hotel again after a visit to friends in Ohio Misses Ramsey of Paint Lick spent Monday with Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside Mrs Chas Denman of Nicholasville has been visiting her mother Mrs Alex West Miss Julia Mae Gaines has returned from a delightful visit to friends in Junction City Capt William Ilerndon went to Ver sailles Lexington Nicholasville and Irvine Mr J R Mount and family of La Grange are guests of Mr R E Me Roberts and family Miss Mary Welch of Nicholasville will be the attractive guest of Miss Mattie Elkin this week Miss Amanda Estes left Wednesday for an extended visit to her sister at Deatsville Nelson county Mrs W O Bradley and daughter Miss Christine are at Cumberland Falls for several weeks visit Mesdames Raymond and Sam Has elden have returned from several weeks visit to Dripping Springs Miss Fannie Collier gave a tea Wed nesday evening in honor of Mr Jas Y Currey and wife of New York Mrs J L Warner Mrs Ed Minor Messrs James Dillon IT 3L Smith and N B Carpenter are still on the sick list Mrs Banks Hudson and mother Mrs Kennedy of Lexington spending several weeks at Dripping Springs Mrs J W Proctor and daughter Miss Duncan of visited Mesdames E W Harris and S B Henry this week Mrs E H Smith and sister Miss Bettie Henry are here from Arkansas to spend a month with their mother Mrs S B Henry Miss Elizabeth B Grimes has re turned home after a pleasant visit of two weeks to her friend Mrs Robert Sallee of Stanford Mesdames Young and Price of Lan caster with their sons Master C W and Joe took dinner at Dripping Springs Tuesday and had time Cincinnati Enquirer Miss Edna Helm of Henderson Ky and Miss Catherine Mason of Lancaster Ky left for home last week There were a number of social functions given in their honor Judge J C Hempnill and family Mrs Robert Kinnaird and daughter Margarefte Mrs George Robinson and son and Miss Annie Herndon formed a party to Crab Orchard Springs for two weeks stay 1 Mrs S D Cochran and little daugh ter Lillian have been spending the week at St Joseph Hospital Lexing ton Mrs Cochran has been having her little daughters eyes treated by a specialist and also attending the Chautauqua Henry on business avery I J visiting are Danville enjoyable i fcOCAfc Smith Currey Agents for Dan vine Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt a specialty Ollice at R II Batsons dry goods store tf Gold horse shoe pin At either Opera House or Mason Hotel on night of Contest Return to this ollice and receive reward 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 tray Press I will ran my hay press again this season Have your hay baled now before bad weather sets in Call on or address S II Estes Lancaster 720 To Town TaxPayer 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 PEAUCE Collector I am no selling good mixed ship stuff and bran at 10 per ton at or 12 delivered Buy now while cheap II C POTTS Proprietor Buckeye Roller Mills July Buckeye Ky For Sale Cheap My twothirds undivided interest in 05 acres of unimproved land at Crab Orchard Ky Purchaser may have use of laud Address immediately 2t Miss ELLEN HiAIT Lancaster Ky That Kentucky Campaign This book is selling rapidly and is regarded as a fair and an impartial statement of the troubles through which we have just passed See in this issue K O r The Maccabees are growing more rapidly than any beneficiary order der numbering now over 450000 and they have paid over 14000000 The lodge in this place number 70 and is expected to reach 100 soon as the protection is considered the most desirable to be had Store Room For Kent 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 as a and queensware house for many years Plenty of light Possession given after August 14 G S GAIXES Still on Deck I am again in charge of my imple ment business in Lancaster and have on hand the Hancock and Avery 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 G S GAINES 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 dounle saw GO and 30 inch also a 10horse power Gaar Scott trac tion engine and Huber Separator and a Ghorse 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 BKADSHAAV june284t The Democrats here are satisfied with the nomination of Beckham for governor although the county had not instructed for him The follow ing attended the Lexington tion J E Robinson George T Far ris R II Tomlinson W B Mason Wm Baughman T A ElKIn J A Doty Henry Patterson T C Gulley J F Lear I M Dunn J T John Logan James Jones Ed Morrow Jesse Arnold Clay Hamilton and Ike Dunn Jr n O iOIlE l waists Lt delinquents mills HIt advertisement rUt Satlsficd o saoar arccdoaaaoooooctw ooooooaaooooooooaaoopoo too C benefits C grocery a EIrtliDay Party The following young people hal an enjoyable time at Miss Gertrude No els birthday party last Friday Misses Mag Noel Bessie Lebanon Mattie May Robinson Helen Gill Annie Ilerndon Jessie Doty Laura Bright Lena Rigney Lancaster Eileen Hiatt Winchester Mary and Jane Doty Point Leavell Messrs Oil ie Wallace Point Leavell W C Young LewisGill LewisITern don Walter Hudson Charley West Will Doty Green Clay Walker Willie Logan Charley Collier Ware Me Roberts Elkin Lancaster Buy 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 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 it jerks the scales down heavy hurries up the horse shakes out the dust gives you better lumps and makes the coal burn And then you dons have to dodge every time you see me coming 4t J C Moss Watch Out For Him A clever swindler dressed as a is going the rounds through the country fleecing honest tillers of the by calling at their homes with samples of corn says an exchange The ears are from five to eight times lar gel than the ordinary ear and he that it was raised by himself from seed sent by his brother who raises the same kind in a foreign country 100 grains for 25 cents or the whole earfor 2 is the price asked and the victim who buys will find out later that it is nothing but ordinary corn several cars of which have been glued together to form one very large one House ImlustrlcB Patronizinghome industries is a duty from which none are exempt In to the universal acceptance of the gospel of mutual dependence in a community in like proportion is this duty practiced A practical of the rule itself brings violation of this vital principal of helping each besetting sin in Somerset Buy what you need at home and buy it from your competitor in business if Call your home dentist to pull a tooth or furnish a new set Let your home optician fit you with new eyes submit your body to the home surgeon for needed repairs throw away your mail order catalogues and purchase what you want from your home read your home papers your wants and business through their columns Talk up your own town and the people in it Believe in your own town Defend the business methods and integrity of your stand by and defend the officials of your town and county and it such are unworthy rid yourselves of them and elect men that are Obey the laws and help enforce them against high or low These things city and make it IS ITKIGIir For an Editor to Recommend Patent Medicines From Sylvan Volley 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 pre veutive 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 sufiering 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 ad ministered at the inception of an at tack much suffering might be avoided and in very many cases the of a physician would not be required At least this has been our experience during the past twenty years For Sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m I Brewer and Shelley brighter farmer dexterously observance The other is most institutions violators make- a prosperousEx while presents afternoon alleges proportion prosperity thoughtless convenient merchants advertise a The Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival at Lexington Aug 13 18 Excursion rates on all railroads The Live Stock Department of the Lexington Horse Show Fair and is the biggest in the South August 1318 Cheap excursion rates on all railroads No feature is omitted by the Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1318 Premiums for every class of stock Excursion rates AVorntz Family Aerial artists are the greatest in the ladies 3 gents in aerial acts Freeeach day at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Aug 1318 Cheap excursion rates on all railroads Aerial Artists By far the best aggregation of aerial artists is the Werntz family of six members They act at a heigth of 80 feet and are positively the most artists in the world They can be seen free at tie Lexington Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 Excursion rates This Is All the liars are not out west The Mobile News says an artist in that city painted a dog so natural that the had hydrophobia during the hot weather Hes the same says Press who painted a copy of a bottle with such skill that the cork flew ouUjust as he was finishing it and after he married he painted a picture of his first baby so lifelike that it cried and his wife spanked it before she discovered her mistake Literary Note In the lazy days of midsummer when bodily and mental energy are at their lowest ebb the chief demand is to be entertained and this has been well considered in preparing the number of the Delineator In the fiction presented three more styles could hardly be imagined Francis story of Love and with the scene laid in is in his happiest vein Atwood Pratts dainty sketch Clothes and the Woman is one that has a telling title as every woman will confess while the Oberlin Tales stories founded upon college iri Oberlin by their very naturalness Eliot Grego rys concluding paper on the Paris Ex position in the August number of the Delineator is full of life and and dull must be the that cannot accompany him over the sunlit space of the Exposition grounds and see with him the the last Worlds Fair of the centu ry the strange people who have come to be seen and the peoples who have come to see Take Your Choice A greater variety and more for office will be voted on next November than ever before in the of American politics Altogether nine Presidential tickets will be jr the field The full list is as follows Republican McKinley and Democratic William J Bryan of and Adlia C Stevenson of IllinoisSocialist Labor Job Harriman of California and Max S Hayesof Ohio Social V Debs of Indiana and Ton Harriman of CaliforniaDe Socialists Joseph F Ma loney Massachusetts and Valentine Remmill of Pennsylania United Christian S C Swallow of Pennsylvania and John G Illinois Piohibition Party John G Wooley of Illinois and Henry B Metcalf of Rhode Island Middle of Road Populist Wharton Baker of Pennsylvania and Donnelly of Minnesota Fusion Populist William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska and Chas Towne of Minnesota Never boast of your genealogy Even if you succeed in tracing it back to Adam and Eve you cant find any record of their marriage is thing eyer land3 celebrated Horse- Show Sot August diverse Lyndes Cornelia experiences Ohiocharm brightness wonders- of history DemocratEugene PartyRev Wooley of Carnival attempted Lexington everything The superlative Carnival animal them Adventure Colorado imagination candidates Roosevelt Nebraska Ingat How to Dress Properly For a ball the essential quality of gown is its freshness Time only lit ference between the fires at a hall and an informal dance is in the of elegance For large dinners women reserve their finest gowns They ire closer inspection and risk no deface ment as at dances Gloves are removed at table and in the drawingroom or not as Dainty diaphanous materials arc most becoming to young faces Young girls make a distinction in their dress for little dinners by wear ing lace or chiffon sleeves with their lownecked gowns A hostess shows good taste in somewhat more simply than her guestsIt a reversal of the proprieties when a mother Presses her daughters in a more expensive style than her selfIn the street elaborate dressihg is in bad taste church a womans dress while to her station should be so inconspicuous as to prove no to her fellow worshipers and nev er suggest even by its tastefulness that it has occupied her thoughts overmuchA appearance must that quality expressed in the slang of the day as well groomed For driving and coaching we now the good sense and practical utility of English womens dress Xo gauze parasols no dainty furbelows but garments that fear neither sun rain nor dust July Ladies Home Journal Sharpcniul at Home The whetstone is not held in the ordinary way as in sharpening a knife but is applied in a manner quite the reverse It will be noticed that the edge of each blade of the scissors is beveled The blade which is to be sharpened should be held firmly be tween the thumb and fingers of the left hand so that the beveled edge will be perfectly horizontal To do this the scissors must be held in a slanting position Then lay the Hat upon the beveled and rub gently back and forth If the scissors are not very dull a dozen strokes may be sufficient to sharpen them To them see if they can be made to cut a wet rag If they will they may be considered sharp but it not they must be more This method of shears and scissors was learned from a hardware dealer who continually in his business Ex ittg degree Isubject- to one pleases I I edg perhaps sharpened sharpening practiced- it I i i resumed I dressing suitable distraction suggest utate Scissors whetstone test IIAXDSOME OLD PEOPLE owe much of their good looks to den tistry Our ARTIFICIAL TEETH are so perfect in appearance and use that the loss of the natural teeth is not felt We make SETS OF TEETH from up and guarantee all to be quality at equal prices Fillings at reasonable prices with out pain Satisfactory results in every case SPECIAL To all patients of Garrard who cut out this card and come before Sept 1 1900 and have 500 worth of work done I will pay Rail Road fare both ways Teeth extracted 25 cts best amalgum tills 75cts gold tiJls 150 teeth 550 Refrence Richmond National flank DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to Government Build in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky open all night 500 superior solid gold ling ALL KINDS OF REPARiNG Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work be firstclass J B Collier Shop over J O Robinsons hardware store A Word To those owing me It is settling time and I need all due me Another Word To those Big Bargains I am selling a 1 I Spring and Sum mer goods at cost Come get some of bargains ille D Tillett R KINNAIRD INSURANCE AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Coiiiieticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters N Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile HarlforlCoi ORGANIZED 1883 NATMAL BANK LAHOASTEB BT Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttentionGuaranteed I M HieeiNBOiHAX PrealdenL- KWIB Y LKAVELL VlcePrealdenl B F HUDSON Cashlei W Oy RIONKT Assistant CD WALKKB Bootleepei DIRECTORS JMHlGeiNBOTHAM LEWIS Y LXAYXLL TMABSOLD BF HUDSON I f GUTTERING I I Ir Ii i- I I Ito- t 0 COCCOCOOQOCCOOOOOOOOOOtOOOOooo I ReDresantiu Followiu Co CITIZEN Cash J rcasoooosoooaoo oaoQaooooc4oo I wanting ese r om dales C ellalEIlls LY ALUP For The Next Thirty Days We Will Give a Glass of Our Delicious Ice Cream Soda With Every Purchase of 1 FRISBIES PHARMACY J5 000 0 1i0 0I 0 0 I E iti I I J l I iS II Cash o o it v ES 00 00000 0 t 4 1 tI 1 f r r I 1 i 1 tr fill l t a r S TroublesBloOd poisoning instead of nourishing the and loss of health is sure to follow Some enter the without through the skin by absorption or inoculation others from within as when waste products accumulate in the circulation While all blood troubles have one common origin each has some peculiarity to distinguish it from the other Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Cancer Eczema and other can be distinguished by a certain sore ulcer eruption or inflammation appearing on the skin blood importants stem and ferment disease germs to and be taken into the Every allowing disease sooner or later on the on the weakest part of the body or where it finds the least resistanceMany mistake the sore or outward sign for the real disease and attempt a cure by the use of salves liniments and other external applications Valuable lost and no permanent from such treatment BLOOD TROUBLES REQUIRE BLOOD REMEDIES the poison must be completely and perma nently blood reinforced purified and cleansed or the disease goes and saps very life Mercury potash and arsenic the treatment usually prescribed in this class of diseases are violent even when in small doses never cure but do much bv another poison to the already overburdened diseased blood I shows timeis eradicatedthe a 555 iioube sold a gelding at 80 Lr A Swinebroad and Son sold 100 ewes on Monday at 4 to 4J per head For Sale Two fine Southdown bucks Apply to J B Woods Manse Ky Ed Adams of Arkansas has finish ed buying his carload of horses and will ship from this place in a few days I have on hand GOO mountain ewes will sell on time or fpr cash or place them in good hands or shares can fur nish good Southdown bucks with them tf J I HAMILTON America ahead in all things has within its limits the largest hog in the world This porcine monster is owned by Mr T W Williariis of De catur Ala It weighs 1524 pounds is ten feet two inches injength and four feet high W P Debug of Boyle ld 20 ares of wheat that averaged 42 bushels S Moore raised 3GOO bushels on 100 acres Danville News R B JIutchcraft purchased of Win Lawson Bro their crop of 4000 bushels of wheat delivered at Millers burg at 70c Paris News Will Watts sold to Josephs of Chi cago 85 shipping cattle for immediate delivery at 5c Jacob Graves his son and soninlaw sold 500 heavy at same Gazette Why call a physician doctor or a pieacher reverend any more than a farmer agriculturist or a sexton Gravedigger Brown The calf that is to make a good beef animal should be made to grow rapid ly from the start and good feeding is of course necessary Keep your horses mane and tail wen cleaned and wash tail and dock occas ionally in a pail of water It will greatly stimulate it and grow a flow ing tail Farmers Review Russia is being invaded by Ameri can enterprise and her own wares are being undersold by those of the This is causing some dissatisfac tion among the czars manufacturers strong talk is indulged in of up a strong tariff fence The ex cellence of American products is being appreciated by the world more every day and they are sure to work their way to people who want them At a recent auction of range horses at the Omaha Stock Yards 700 head were sold A load of fancy yearlings were knocked down at 18 per head with the general run of yearling sell ing 8 to Two loads of extra choice 1300lb westernbred horses and mares went at GO per head with the common to good grades going at 1750 to 40 for threeyearolds and upwards Twoyearolds are quotable at 15 to 1750 The total number of cattle in the world is estimated it 100000000 of which 44000000 are in the Unite States The number of sheep in the principal countries of the worid is410 000000 Great Britan has 30500000 France21500000 Germany 11000000 Russia 44500000 Spain 13250000 Argentina 74250000 United States 39000000 Uruguay 16250000 110500000 The total value of the eggs and chickens marketed in the United States last year was 290000000 The magnitude of the poultry industry is made more evident in the fact that the value of the 1898 potato crop 80000000 and the total value of the pig iron outpour seldom exceeds 630000000 while the annual output of coal amounts to about 200000000 The tobacco crop of Asia Minor was regarded as a failure this year on of a plague of caterpillers One grower of the weed turned his turkeys into his tobacco patch The turkeys made quick work of the caterpillers and there was a boom in turkeys atonce A good part of the crop especi Prize Eating They had an eating contest theother night at Pin Hook schoolhouse Who won Ben Splutters he ate nine head of cabbageDidnt it make him sick No He just took a spoonful of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Thatprevents Stomach Trouble of any kind they say McEobcrts Drug Store T v1 cattle priceLexington Yankee putting 14 Australia account over Sand wa sonly Contest- S S S Natures own remedy made of roots and herbs attacks the disease in the blood antidotes and out all impurities makes weak thin blood rich strong and healthy and at the same time up the general health S S S is the purely vegetable blood purifier known and the only one that can reach deepseated troubles A record of 50 years of successful cures proves it to a unfailing specific for all blood and skin troubles Free Medical Treatment Our Medical Department is in charge of skilled physicians who have made blood and skin a life study so if you have Blood Poison Cancer Scrofula Rheumatism Eczema an orC n confidenceally in the Yenidje district has been saved by the judicisus employment of turkeys II V Jones in a conservative re view of the crop situation in the Nortwest says that after a personal inspection of the fields he predicts that the yield of wheat in the three states Minnesota and North and South Dakota will be at the very least 125000000 bushels as against 210000000 last year and that with fa orable weather during the ensuing four weeks the yield will reach 150000 000 bushels This is the highest yet made Never water tomato plants by sprinkling or pouring water on them If moisture is needed draw a furrow ten inches deep both ways between the plants With the hose fill the furrows with water and then them This will give the plants which they need at right place i e at roots At the same time the soil can be kept loose around the plant When plants begin to drop over place straw between the rows or train them to stakes 3J feet high Keep trimmed quite closely and if you do not have ne tomatoes it will be hard to give the reason why Ex Hogs arc scarcer in Clark county than almost ever before Several causes have united to pro duce this Hogs have been brin ging pretty good prices all the season Corn has been scarce and high and this has caused the sale of everything big enough to butcher A great many pigs of 75 hereabouts have been shipped and there is hardly enough hogs in Clark county to furnish bacon for the people and most of the hogs on hand are mere pigs and must before being servicable Among the features of the StLouis Exposition to held in 1903 will be a mammoth watch which will he Hat on its back It is to have a polished metal case just like an ordinary watch and will be so large and roomy inside that people will be able to walk around in it among the moving wheels The diameter of this mammoth time piece will be seventyfive feet and its height or thickness forty feet The balance wheel will weigh a ton and what is called the hairspring in a small watch will be as thick as a mans wrist The length of the mainspring will be 300 feet Danville Advocate M J Farris has threshed and delivered to Anderson Spillman 13230 bushels of wheat from 520 acres This wheat belonged to Mr Farris and his tenants and was sold at 80 cents The general average was about twenty five bushels though some of the field made thirtyone bushels Anderson Spillman have received since July 1 over 80000 bush els of wheat aud Cogar Davis have reteived between 50000 and 60000 bushels The local dealers say that the rush to deliver the crop is unpre cedented Frequently forty or fifty wagons are in Unit waiting their turn unloadAmericas greatest cereal Indian corn has been slow to find favor in the New World but in the last few years under the systematic efforts of interested parties it has rapidly ad vanced in European countries both as a food for man and stock At the Paris exposition is established in the United Stages exhibit a corn kitchen where use as a food is demonstra ted In this kitchen are several cele brated corn cake and corn dodger and hoe cake bakers from the South es pecially Kentucky Growing out of this and other means of is widespread agitation in favor of the appointment of a commission to visit this country and ascertaining the best means of introducing corn into France In the course of a few years it is likely that the exportation of corn will be in large proportions An 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 sayi he also recommended others Roberts Druggist im Never judge a man by the clothes Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural loose I estimate los moisture result pound b that of demonstration J itto medicinethey fromthe l curesFor grouch 4 Scrofula Ckccr Old Sores Rheumatism ContagiousBlood Chronic Ulrcers Never be slovenly in your dress This applies to woman men are not supposed to wear dresses The List 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 m Never marry a girl who thinks she may learn to love you A little learn ing is a dangerous thing- A Frightful W under Will often cause a horrible burn scald cut or bruise Bucklens Arni ca 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 R E McRoberts druggist 1m Never look agiftcd woman in the mouth you cannot tell her age and she will only show her new teeth IHghts Many women suffer all sorts so called female weaknesses simply their kidneys are out of order and they have a right to know FOLEYS KIDNEY Cum is just what is needed by most ailing women C C J E Stormes 1m Never marry a large hearted man He has a capacity for loving too many women at the same time HIGH Camp Meeting LOW RATE SUNDAY EXCURSIONS July 22 and 29 GREAT PROGRAM MUSIC and PREACHING DONT FAIL TO GO For particulars see small bills W C RINEASON General Patsenger Agt onlyas omens f because 1 I 3 GRAND EXCURSIONS MIDSUMMER 3 NIAGARA FALLS THOUSAND ISLANDS TORONTO ALL IN ONE VIA THE August 2 9 16th onl 1065 from JUNCTION CITY Through Trains Day Coaches and Pullman Sleepers Cincinnati to Nia gara August 2nd via Big 4 August 9 via C H D By August 16th via Erie Lines Tickets good 12 days to return See small bills or ask agents for further particulars- W C RINEASON G P A Cincinnati Ohio LOCAL TIMETABLES Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 10 AM Northbnd Mixed 335 PM Northbnd Passgr 252 AM gouthbnd 1228 AM Never be a clam If you must be anything of the a turtle then you will have a little snap about you Neverargue the point with the man who tells he is one in a thou sand he may be one of the ciphers kind be youthat For Congress Wo are authorized to announce lIon George G Gilbert of Shelby county a candidate fur reelection to Congress from this Eighthdis trlct JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended S BEAZLEY tow DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office in I Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 ain NumberS Daily 133 pm Number Daily Flair 356 am Number 2 dont stop 3 5Cpm SOUTH BOUND Number 1 ll46am Number 5 Daily 1112 am Number Sunday 755 pm Numbers Midnight KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all oppoIte t l1I JIm diseases when Caged FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by physicians as the Best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50c and JOO eminent Bur10n LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale BURTON NATIONAL BANK our Z493 THE I weB cs CAPITAL 15000000 t f OF SURPLUS Jio ooooc j 1 LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STOKMK3 Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JR R T EMBRY Asst Cashr Bookki DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jim E BtormcB W HKInuaird L 1 D Cochran eL r THE BEST OF THEM ALL 1 1 L1PPINCOTTS Contains a complete novel in num In to a quantity of useful entertaining reading matter So continue etortet which are 6J oNona6I0 to moat reader It should be in every household Sub scription f300 per year J B URIKCOTT COMPANY Pablitiwrf HIIADKLPHIA whomthe NT14LJtAAZ1NE and ao 0 B SWiilBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate i AGENT FOR New York Life I Ins Co1 ADAMS FISTULA SALVE Manufactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting wl h great success iu curing Fistula Polevil Sweeney Scratches Greasy Heel Big Jaw Hard and Soft Enlarge ments Distemper Etc For sale by R E Mc Roberts Druggist Lancaster Ky suit Fish Co Paint Lick Ky If You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R Rl AND SO SCCUR8 The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other information will be cheerfully furnished by C P ATMORE 0 P A Or by LoUZSVLE C El I will stand my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of serviceJ Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike ROBINSON Centra HoSSiness iWilmore Ky July 23 to Aug 2 Low Rates from all points in tucky via the Queen Crescent Route Ask ticket Agents for full particulars For Sale Privately Thirty acres mor e or lesslyliiR In the forks of the Richmond and Copper Crcekplkc3 In Garrnrd county Smiles from Paint Lick de pot with a nice cottage and necessary out buildings with good frnls and parden and well watered Good cistern at kitchen door For full particulars apply to A R or Jag X Denny Point Leave or with me at Rich mond W K DEXKY 28jnrietf t CampMeeting i Kent I I I cc UT STATIONS Lv Louisville S so am LexiRton 1120 a in S 15am 8 12n Winchester lir7um 918pm MtSterlinir 122 nn 9tpin U2oa 50am i40pm Philadelphia 1015 am York rj40nn DOSpin STATIONS LvNew York OUiiinl o 00pm Philadelphia 1020am l pin 11 10pm MtSterlhlK 7 12am SSOniii l5ini Winchester 7 8 lami uuiimi JMU ArLonisville 11 SOOpinl Through Trains run to and from New York SundayForwrite or telephone UEOWI5AKNKYD PA LEXINGTON KY NOTICE Pealed l id for the construction of the here inafter described portion of street will be re ceived by the city of Lancaster from this date till 7SU p in Monday tug Gtli 11KW The city reserves the right to reject any nnd all bids Bids can be filed with the city clerk W H Wherritt For Specifications call on James A Iteazley Said portion of street is three hundred yards more or less in length It ItegiLs on the south side of the Grub Orchard and Lancaster turn pike and west of Xnuonud resilience nail ex tends south R KIXNAIUD Mayor July 17 1900 1 Ii Wpm S 7Opm ArWailhlll ton 7 I EEO 7 ipiir Wn 7am Ii 2alll tSjiui ArIexill ton lOam 550pm tlopin OSpin arrn t 4 15101 2 S 7 S PARKERS HAIR BALSAMn anil beautifies the hair omotes a luxuriant growth PailS to Restore Gray Hair to its Youthful Prevrnfj Dint ruff ami hair II c and i1 U at UnrerutiL Never Summer Excursions 811iQ The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk j Lines G R I Big 4 Route C II D j C and Erie railways handling through traffic expeditiously t to all summer resorts of the North J i Special Low Excursion Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen 5 Crescent via Cincinnati to Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac f and all other summer resting places on i Mountain Lake and Seashore i A New Ticket to Mackinac You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at excursion rates that will take you toChicago thence by the palatial steamer Manitou to Mackinac re S D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C II D Ry to Cincinnati or the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered f The famous resorts of the South are also open now The sea son at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky and Rhea Springs Tenn promises to be the most successful ever known Queen Crescent trains are of travel Through Pullman daily from all southern cities Parlor observation and cars from Chattanooga Rome and Attalhi on trains Free reclining chairs from Chattanooga on trains Fast schedules perfect track smoke no dust no cinders Send for free information as to summer resorts and Queen Crescent service to O L Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Term or call upon your ticket agent W J MURPHY General Manager W C R1NEARSON Genl Passenger Agent CINCINNATI I I linesPennsylvaniai 8 Rates I turningvia I i 8 IIIISssssusesseessssessssssussssms ssssusm a A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime in efct July 15 1900 PILE CURE I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS UF BAWRDSoIIPrDJr tar STORMESDRUG TORE 4 B LancasterLoctee No 104 FAMStated meetings Second aId Tuesday nights Members of mis ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Lamlram Secretary Master Notice to Stockholders All stockholders of the Danville Lancaster nod XJfiioIasvilleTnrni ite Komi CovhoiHT not Hrrs iite I their ctrttticutf to tile Trttian or are directed to presf lit smne at uncu to Jiunud SpilinunTrtttviirer nt Buena Vista 1C v us the affairs of tlit Company are being sutttttl in liquidated and its upsets distributed TlUSt GN Kentucky Ialr IaeThe following the dates for hold lug the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported to this ollice Secretaries or other olliccrs will please advise us of any error or ommissions in the list Richmond July 24 4 days Madisonvillc July 31 5 days Cynthiana July 31 1 days Winchester ElksAugust days Danville August 8 3 days Princeton August S i days Lexington A uguest days Greenville August 15 t days Lawrenceourg August 21 1 days Shepherdville August 2L i days LaG range August 23 3 days Shelby ville August 28 4 days Germantown August 2U 1 las Springfield August 21 I days Bardstown September days Alexander September 4 5 days Elixabethtown September 11 i da Bowling Green Sept 12 4 days Mt Olivet Sept lays Owensboro September days Glasgow September 19 4 days Ilopkinsvillo Elks Sept 25 5 days Henderson September 25 5 lays Horse Cove September 2ii 4 days Owenton September 25 4 days Hartford days ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRSTCLASS FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE V JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatItartificially digests and aids in strengthening and recon structing or It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in It in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea imperfectdigestionPrepared F P Frishie L F HUBBLE ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTERKY ThirtyThousand Acres Val uable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms J X DUNN JNOTAET PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Laud Siverjor and Apt ftr AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO For Sale G oo 1 120 acre farm Lancaster Ky gco1 water and fencing all in grass fine hemp and tobacco landfine tobacco barn fine orchard fair improvements fronts on good free turn pike half mile in sight of jchurch 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 Kv Fourth are 13 136 45 U3 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