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I I ElVIJMTH Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kv as Second Class Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t tultn NUMB I 23 a t t k ti r- l t 1EAU LA11DRTAli rLcogooooa oaooaa6 00oooooa ooooaaooooooocaaoooaooooooaaooooo0000000 000000000oooooa RNCASTCR AND VICINIT y OOd003P90A0406P440 00000C04000600C040000000000P004400d f000904 Said Pasha at Opera House Friday night Nice eigiiLroum cottage for rent For terms apply to G 3 Gaines or J M Logan 200 to 300 bushels damp wheat Good feed for hogs II A B Marks bury Son Several parties tool in the excursion to Natural Bridge Sunday Another will be ruu Sunday the e23rd Low rates Just received cartload of Prime Cypress Shingles get be fore buying We rtnc and on hand at all riies T S MINOR Sox Efforts to reorganize the Lancaster band have again proven futile and the ones who worked so hard for its success have thrown up the sponge Too much girl on the brain was responsible for the bands collapse It would be well if the city council would make another fight for good sidewalks before cold weather A great many citizens complied with the demand for decent walks but there are many places yet that should be looked after TuilnrTIatle at 7iO The middle man is knocked out the Chicago Yoolen Mills Every thing is guaranteed Suits cut and made to your measure fit and quality g larantced at 750 per suit and ymts alone at 250 Come to see me at T S Elkins in Thompson Block Richmond street sep13tf M Hughes Agt rite Jerald Square Opera Company The above company of artists will present two of their brightest operas in Lancaster at the Opera House commencing Sept 14th They carry a host of pretty girls a power ful chorus new and bright costume the best commedians and singers and give the neatest cleanest and best performance of any opera company in America They will present Said Pasha Sept 14 and Olivette Sept Seats now on sale at Me Roberts drug store Prices Reserved Seats 75cts gen admission Wet Go to Coups Car lag hop for bar gains in Jnmrips ItS md Harness 7 For Sale our Ices ke Cement Suits by D 2 JIIf 15 G i C Guitars Violins Banjos Mandolins and full for same at Thompsons v Herald Square Opera Co There will be a special family Saturday afternoon Price 25 and SOcts The cpera troupe to be played this week is in charge of Messrs McRob erts Hughes who rented the house temporarily No contract has yet been made for the season Dont be put off with any kind of botch work but go to headquarters for good work and All kinds of carriage and farming implement rapairi done at Conns Carriage Shop Colored Christian Church A number of colored people have or ganized a Christian church and a neat and substantial building in the Baker Addition The member ship numbers nearly a hundred and the church starts out with promising prospects Matinee Saturday Those who wish to see a firstclass opera and are unable to come at night will be given an opportunity to attend a matinee next Saturday af ternoon at which time one of the most popular operas will be put upon the local stage Popular prices will prevail which are than pri ces charged for the night performan ces The house will be darkened and the electric lights turned on This is a chance to witness a perform ance seldom seen in thesmaller towns Will Build to Naftlirillc The Southern railway is said to be contemplatiug an entrance into Nash ville which is now exclusively cover ed by L N lines The intention is to extend the Chesapeake and Scotts vllle At present this road is only miles in length extending from S ottsvillc Ky to Gallatin Tenn A survey has been made and the plan to build from Scottsville to Danville Ky where a connection would be made with the Cincinnati Southern and to build from Gallatin on the Southern to Nashville The Illinois Central is said to be back of the Ten nesse Central which is now building to Nashville stock strings matinee right rices la erected muchless rare m o C G SPECIAL SALE Dress Goods For the next ten days we will offer some SPECIAL DRIVES in Wool Dress Goods Suitable for FALL and WINTER WEAR All Wool Dress Goods worth 30c at 1 9c Plain and Fancy All Wool Dress Goods worth 50 at 29c Nice Assortment All Wool Dress Goods worth 60 at 38c A of All Wool Dress Goods worth 65c at 43c We have placed the above goods on our bargain counter and extend an invitation to one and all to call and inspect them Wash and Silk Shirt Waists at half price Also Fancy Parasols at your own price LOGAN DRY GOODS Co r I I line I v I THE Twentylive people come with the Herald Square Co Carpenters are having all the work can do and are in great demand Sir W O Rigney has about comple ted his jesidence and it is one of the best built and convenient in town Best accommodations by Nicholas yule Stage Line RICE BENGE aug30tf Mrs J A Royston has rented Mrc ONeals residence on Lexington street and will keep a few boarders Water is getting scarce about town and a fire would have to burn its course No rain of any consequence has fallen for a month or more Several days this week were as hot as the quarters set apart for subscribers Oh for the good old days of bitter cold weather and a coal famine ICutc Sunday The L and N will sell rourd trip tickets to Cincinnati Sunday at 150 returning same day There will not be many more of these Sunday ex cursions this season Democrats Meet Saturday J E Robinson chairman has a meeting of the Gilbert Club and all other democrats to be held at the court house Saturday at 330 oclock to discuss important matters We will start our Flouring Mills on the 15th Bring us your wheat and corn and we will guarantee satisfac tion We lIe wheat on deposit Call us J S Minor Son Much interest is still manifested in the meeting at the church and large crowds attend Mr Robinson is preaching some excel lent discourses which are ready in teresting The music under the di rection of Prof Fogg is a fea ture and is highly complimented Oysters Getting Iflpc This R the R month and oysters R due They may be a little late owing to hot weather The celebrated oyster designed for church suppers is expected about the first of October lie has a ring in his nose to which each church in turn attaches a rope and leads him through the soup Like an old horse he is beginning to let down but he is good for many a soup Narrow Escape At Berry Roger Rucker aged 1C son of Mr I C Rucker the miller was standing in a freight car door on aside taack as the afternoon passen ger train came thundering by The was a refrigerator car with hing doors opening outward The suc from the engine drew one of the partly shut and the first coach it It was slammed with such force as to split the heavey door from top to bottom Young Rucker was knocked senseless He was picked up and carried to a house near by and lay unconscious for several hours time his lift was despaired of but now he is out of danger It was a narrow escape Cynthiana Democrat K O T OT Mrs Anna K Rose an intelligent and enthusiastic worker in home pro tection is here preparing to organize Hive of the Ladies of the Maccabees which is an auxiliary to the Knight of the Maccabees Ladies alone are admitted to this branch of the order The social features are highly and entertaining besides a pro tection of 500 or 1000 is furnished at a low rate which helps to provide for the children after the death of the mother The benificiary feature ren dery it highly desirable and the mem bership has grown to 80000 having paid over 1000000 in benefits and having a large emergency fund in Government bonds Time ladies should establish a Hive here as protection should be sought by father son and daughter alike Take It Easy Harry The Danville Advocate is having a conniption fit over the report ttat i n extension of the Chesapeake Nash vine railroad will be made to city See here old boy take the of one who has been there and see if your people aregoing to you up and work for the road before you build your hopes too high We bear several scars from wounds by the fall from our lofty perch of hopes for a railroad Dont go at the thing backwards but see that your people will hustle before moving a peg Dont work to have a survey made and then have to say to the r lilroad people We are sorry but we can do nothing for you Thats a bitter pill Harry very bitter You have no idea how busy people get and land increases in until you try to get a right of way for a railroad Set your pegs firmly then you will not march up the hill and have your own men make you march down again J i they delinquent Cheap good The Methodist eac iservice ud yetEx For a fortunately I that advice received how rapidly value Harryand i I called not ceiving an see Teetiug quite instructive mother 3t bat Stock water is very scarce and the farmers trouble With every 30 worth of furniture you get a handsome picture free at R A Stones If you are in need of furniture go to A Beazleys where you can get best goods for the least money Babys crocheted sack Lost evening while driving in Leave at Frisbies Drug Store The Lexington colored fair is all the swell coons from this this week Many ladies are to do their own cooking in Only a few days before pur big Fall stocks will be coming in ly we must get rid of everything now upon our shelves to make room for new goods If you bargains come quick while they last J Joseph Low Cincinnati The L N will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati at one and one third fare Sept to 29 This rate makes the round trip fare 520 On the 19 21 24 20 and 28th tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip good returning the day following sale Trains leave Lancaster at 252 a m leave Cincinnati at 730 p m reach ing Lancaster at midnight Louisville Street Fair Louisvilles Street Fair will the largest ever held in the States There will be one solid mile of booths comprising three hun dred industrial displays representing the best products of looms factories and wares of Louisvilles biggest stores will be on dress parade There will be many exhibitions of a most unique and attractive character the dates Sept 19 to 29 Premium in Gold The undersigned will give 500 in gold for the best display of corn each display consisting of twenty ears and 250 for the next best display Time shucks must be pulled back but left on ear in each display which will be known by numbers instead of names All displays must be received at the store of the by noon on Monday r24lIT7lSOO bein Court day All corn exhibeted be comes the property of the R E McRoberts Lancaster Ky sep132t The Graded Schools l- iThe Graded Schools opened Monday with the largest attendance in its There were 365 pupils enrolled and many more have entered during the week While every room is yet the able corps of teachers were equal to the emergency and soon put everything in running order This school is conceded to be the best in j Central Kentucky and has brought many people to Lancaster that their children may receive its benefits Prof Patterson the hardworking principal is the right man in the right place and the trustees could not secure one who would exercise more care in the management of schools The teachers are much en couraged with the class of pupils in attendance and all predict a most term Think About A number of cheap excursions have been and are yet run to the tales this fall A great many people will take advantage of them not only for the pleasure but to buy goods in the cities It would be well to think over the matter before leaving your money there and ignoring merchants here at home In the first place you can get just as good quality here as there and when you figure out the expenses you are paying a vast j amount more for the stuff than it would cost you here Another thing i that should be borne in mind is the i fact that you make your money off Lancaster people and it is nothin but right and justice that you give them a show for it How can merchants be expected to bring highclass goods to your door when you prance away from home every time you want to make a purchase Stop and think over this before turning your cash over to peo pie whom you will never see nor hear again Jjonlavllle Carnival- k Fall Carnival and Industrial Exposition which will be held September 17th to 29th will be the most gigantic undertaking of the sort ever assumed by any Lodge of Elks in the South and West En couraged by the brilliant success of last years Carnival when 250000 pee pie attended in the two weeks of its duration it is determined to make this years undertaking greater in ev cry respect The lowest railroad rates ever secured for any Louisville under taking have been made for this event and it is safe to say that a record breaking crowd not only throughout the State of Kentucky but Southern Indiana will attend Pres McKinley and Wm Jennings Bryan have been iuvitJd causing their Lost Lancaster drawing section Bate 19 beG Remember jgnea Sept history theE IT ti n fI U Ii IJ r I I of Louisvillessecond Monday forced consequence rant Po un County undersigned crowded successful This doubtless v Ollivette at Opera House Saturday A New Progress Sewing Machine given away absolutely free Call and see the machine R A Stone Those bargains in furniture are go fast cull before they are all gone R A Stone Eld Allen K Moore Will arrive here Thursday and will his pastoral work with the Christian church next Sunday the ICth Everybody invited to Lear him Indications point to a severe coal famine this winter as the are causing trouble We have several dealers who can fill your houses now and save you money Better have it done The festive school boy with his few books twobushel dinner basket and sore toe is seen trudging through the streets early mornings In his mind no one has harder troubles than he Opera In Lancaster The Herald Square Opera Co had made a date with Mr Fissinger manager of the Opera House and the advance man was here last week Arrangements were made with Mess McRoberts and Hughes to play the company and they will appear Friday and Saturday next See other notices Eld Geo Cowan In Louisville In a note to TilE RECORD Eld Gel says Please say that I have been called to the pastorate of the Brordway Christian Church Louisvill and commenced my work there Sun day last This is one of the largest churches in the South and Eld Gow ens friends are rejoiced at this of his ability Compliment For Eld Cowcn Miss Tattler in Mondays Times says The the Broadway Christian church is to be congratulated on having Eld Geo Gowen for their pastor I met Mr Gowen in Lancaster several years ago and never found a more charming man He is a delightful speaker having a full rich voice a ready flow of wit and humor and a broad mind Mr Gowen was a general favorite in Lancaster where he then filled a in tlieCbristian church and was noted for his courtesy and manner There can be no doubt but what he will become as his new home as he was there and our local pulpit orators will have to to their laurels he since has arriv ed night commence miners former her recognition congregation- of affability- of beloved- in g Louisville pulpit Secure seats for the opera at Mc Roberts drug store Wanted a carload of old iron and bones H B NOKTHCOTT J F Robinson has purchased time cottage on Lexington street known as the Fowle place DWill sell privately ten stacks of hay 125 barrels of corn and a lot of farm ing implements sep13tf T S Robinson Many reserved seats have been sold to parties in other towns who want to the Herald Square Opera Co If you dont want to stand better se cure your seats at once School Su its Notice Miss Elisa Lusk county requests THE RECOUD to say that during the month of October she will only be in otlice on Saturdays as the remainder of the week has to be used in visiting the schools in the country Joe NlklusM Leaves Joe Niklass the white barber has sold his shop and left Tuesday for Texas Mr Niklass made many friends here and was a good citizen lIe is a fine workman and we know of no one attending to his own business than did he TilE RECORD wishes Joe success in his new home Herald Square Operas First The Company Delighted A Large Audience Olivette with its irresistible comedy and many bright musical well staged and richly costumed completely captivated a very large and somewhat critical audience at the last night The reputation which preceded this company of some twenty odd members was well sustained The c iste is one of great excellencyas by repeated and hearty en chores and is without doubt the strongest in opera that has ever ap peared here Miss Ella Stetsons Patti Waltz served to display a voice as sweet as a silver chime and of remarkably wide range Harry Nelson leading tenor was heard to advantage inAnswered a song introduced by request In fact the solos duets ensembles and the animated and concerted work of a well drilled and powerful ed hearty applause The company has promised to re turn in the fall Scrater Penn Times Opera House Friday and Sat urday Sept 14 and 15 For Sale h oar superintendent 2t whocame Visit numbers theatre chorus her any evidenced elicit I andwe I know you will fJ leJl 000006000000000000000000000 oaosao- oWE HANDLE s THE FAMOUS I ONENSBORO This wagon is sold on a positive guarantee like them asc 06o66oosoaooooaooaooooo0ooooopOda0eeaz Funeral Directors Arterial anti Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Fiirniturg and Carpets FUJRNITURE Couches Sideboards Wash stands Springs Matresses etc If you want to save money see R L Jennings Co Leading MerchantsPaint Ky R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life Insurance Policies Bought for Cash Or Loaned on for sums of 500 upwards Everythingin r 1 1 au We are Ready with Advance Styles I IHl2l S1 Mens Fall Clothing There is character in every Suit we show for Mens Fall Wear Character that at once displays itself in the correct style the tho rough workmanship the elegant materials the Perfect Fit and TailorLike Hang Of every garment There is a large variety of Suits to Many of the styles made expressly for us Every style shape new shade and combination of colors is shown Our prices are always the lowest Buy a Fair Suit 1 0OO Will Buy a Medium Suit 25O Buys a Suit Good enough for Anybody Lots of other prices but the above are t three Leaders We cant tell you half about our suits here What you want is what we aim to keep We have been making Cloth ing a study for many years LOGAN ROBINSON Mens Outfitters m ffi fiiI 8 IS J GmfrJ lfiilliJImii HilJ3 rn EJ itEm N ot 750Will rn A rrrrr rrrrrn p p p E i k select from i are a x 0 tq 0 i r D 3 L 4 tj 4 CENTRAL RECORD THURSD SEPT I3 IgOO EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY O- q 1lE TEEMS ONE YB B IN ADVANCE fiOO Six MONTHS THREE 25eo COL V P WALTON of the Stan ford Journal is being urged to take the position of editor and manager of the new democratic paper to be at Lexington and will likely ac cept The promoters of the could not find a more competent man for the place We have often wondered why a man of Waltons abil ity and means was content to remain in the country journal treadmill where he is compelled to work like a galley slave year in and year out a gun of too large a calibre for a small town We are glad to know he will continue his editorial work on the Journal however which paper will be under the able care of Mr E C Walton TIlE special session of the legislature has been in session several weeks and the members are no nearer an as to what steps to take in to the election law than they were the first day of the meeting The trouble is that every man went there with a pet hobby of his own which he knows is the best solution of the problem and will listen to no others suggestions They will wind up making one or two little amendments and accomplish nothing unless signs fail In the mean time the taxpayers are paying the fiddler JIM ALLEN of the Cynthiana ocrat says in loud tones Clean out the stand pipe Hush the mains and give everybody a chance to bathe and get ready for their underwear There are two things about edict that we cannot understand one is what strange power has comp over our neighbor to induce the taking of a bath and the more puzzling question of where a country editor would get winter or aijyother kind of underclothes to put on Better keep mum Jim or you will be arrest ed on suspicion IN his charge to the Lexington grand jury Judge Parker said if houses were running wide open in that city it must be with the knowledge and consent of the offi cers of the law and that someone in authority must wink at these flag rant violations or they would not con tinue The struck the nail on the head is more disgust lug than to hear that officers cannot break up such lawlessness A wink with a silver ring to it goes way in hoodwinking officers of the law TIlE Departments at Washington are sending out loads of printed which is about as interesting as a political speech A recent bound pamphlet is entitled Notes on the Mosquitoes of the United States giving some account of their structure and biology Many other equally out but what good they are expected to accomplish is difficult to conceive But Uncle Sams money must be spent in some way and this is about as harmless a manner as could be found THE railroads south of the Ohio and east of the Mississippi have made a wise move by agreeing to a uniform presidential candidates instead of hauling them free We cannot see why a man should be hauled free because he wants an office All should be made to pay and pay like smoke for they have plenty of dough with which to do so BANK FAILURES are becoming numerous of late Its amusing to read the reports of these thefts Men will deliberately steal the money and are reported as having charged it up on the wrong account or some other flimsy excuse A trial is held the thief is given a short term in the penitentiary and soon receives pardon The cold cash will get anything these days but a pardon from Above WHEN a gang of fellows began to fight at the court house door in Lon don last week the judge is reported to have said Let em fight it out and I will try those left This is a good kind of Judge to have If such cattle were given to understand that they would be made to shoot it out there would be fewer difficulties When bullies get at it let em alone THE Lexington Gazette probably the oldest weekly in the South has been bought by a company who will start a democratic sheet Mr Gratz editor of the old Gazette is one of the most widelyknown and highly newspaper men in the his brethren of the quill dislike to give him up He edited one of the cleanest papers we ever saw SEVERAL railroads have issued to their employees urging that they refrain from talking politics while on duty clarming that such practice takes up too much time and in many ways is detrimental to their performance of work The railroad officials are aware of the fact that men cannot talk politics and do else j started enterprise agreement regard present Den winter other gambling Nothing itsaid along matter handsomely as uselessworksarc sent specialsim- ply respected notice anything r H- Is tl c stand n b ate in of IF the city papers who poke fun at the country weeklys could only know how tame their Police Court items appeared to us Eeiibes they would quit the two or three columns of such rot every issue It is absolutely pain ful to read some of the funny sto ries written about the citv courts A PENNSYLVANIA man has patented a form of jug that allows its contents to flow out quietly without any sound of gurgling Away with such a invention The music of the gur glegurglegurgle is half the pleasure balancing a jug over your head UNCLE SAM has called off his clogs war in China The old fellow much good judgment during the trouble and is showing his good sense by packing his kit and coming home A NEW paper has been established at Ford It is sixcolumn folio cd ited by Mr K P Adams formerly of the Richmond Pantagraph We wish the Index much success ME LOVES KENTUCKY Interesting Letter from a Former Citizen IVow Living In the NortliEust KEOKUK Iowa Aug 30 1900 Louis Landram Lancaster Ky My Dear Landram I am reminded by the yellow slip pasted on the BKC OUD just received that another year has gone by and that my renewal of your good paper needs attention so find enclosed the required amount in U S sound money currency worth hundred cents to the dollar e The old State of Kentucky has of late been engaged in a good deal of disreputable work by men of both parties for which we arc all heartily ashamed and trust that in her future conduct she may redeem her good name and get out from under the degrading and damaging position these men have placed her in The day for and shot argument is passed in these United States and the community that de sires peace prosperity and happiness must shape themselves in accordance with the present day civilization and the Sooner they get into line the bet tel A state whose candidates for the highest civil offices are compelled to load themselves down with revolvers for selfdefense and whose citizens recognize this as the proper thing for gentlemen to do certainly is not re regarded by outsiders at least as a very desirable locality to settle in and I gather from reading some of the comments in the BECOUD that your opinion docs not differ much from what I have expressed There are a few of us exKentuckians up in the Northwest who have been no little gibed at by our neighbors who have heard us express our admiration and love for the dear old State which we always refer to as the paradise for comfort hospitality and good I am yours for peace and prosperity to the whole land Respectfully SAML E CAUEY Kind recards to Capt Frank White W H Kinnaird and others of my old friends if still living S E C BRYANTS VILLE Mr Dave Dunn entertained a few friends last Tuesday night The protracted meeting will begin at the Fork next Sunday night Mr Creech was kicked by a horse and is suffering from a broken limb There was no preaching at Pleasant Grove Sunday owing to the absence of the pastor who is at Crab Orchard conductinga protracted meeting Mrs J X Dunn visited her sister Mrs John Ballard in Lancaster last week Mrs Dawes has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to her brother C M Jenkins Mrs Spillman at this writing Born to the wife of Ben Hblcomb on the 4th a girl Masses Bottle Anderson and Carrie Bolden of Lex ington visited the Misses Ison Sat urday Prof Milton Elliott to Lexington to accept a position as teacher in Kentucky University Dr Webb was the guest of Dr Elli ott last week MrsC C Becker spending several days with her moth er Mrs Boner at Hickman Mr and Mrs J S Haselden are in the city this week purchasing their goods Mrs Haselden will have on hands a large stock of fall millinery and asks all the ladies to call and see them Dr Priest has gone to Burgin to locate Miss Elizabeth Simpson is visiting relatives in Lancaster Miss Geor gia Dunn and Susie Higgins are visit relatives in Madison Misses Leavell and Merritt left Monday to enter college at Danville MrFinch of Danville visited friends here Question Yes August Flower still has the far gest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of 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 r is I correspondence t printing Yankee displayed tone guns fellowship is has gone ling Sunday Ann ercd anything form thc bowiefinite quiteill J to to PllEACHEKSYILLE J C Fox bought two nice mules bf Hutchin Bros sold a cow and calf W B Moss for 850 James Kennedy hastyphoid fever and is very sick at this time B F Robinson bought a nice mule from W II Cummins for 110 John Richardson sold eight sheep J M Cress for 475 per head Sam Ballard sold 50 ewes to Bros of Crab Orchard for 350 per head Judge Maloney of Sam Harris his farm on Dix river for 1850 cash J W Bennett jail of Whitley county was here last week looking after his farm W H Pettus who has been at home helping to settle up his fathers estate has returned to his work for the rail road company Miss Gentry of Mt Vernon isvis sting friends here for a few days Willie Pherigo of Buckeve is visiting his uncle II C Cummins The sale of Mr Siler was well and things sold well Year ling steers sold for 22 to 25 horses from 50 to 90 sheep about 2 per keno W P Grimes has made the follow ing purchases of cattle Last Wednes day 8 from Hutchin Bros 172 11 from Johnson Hoskins 220 7 from WMcHutchins 130 24 from James Hayes for 400 4 from Dave Collin for 80 Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that was ever made is Hew Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health thatchanges weakness into strength listiessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in build ingup the health Only 25c per box Sold by R E McRoberts 1m McCREARY Sanders Walker shipped 2 of cattle last week Mr and Mrs Ben Ham spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Collins Mr Cronley Broaddus wife and spent last week with Mrs Jack Naylor Miss Alice Jones of Livingston was the guest of Miss Minnie Pherigo Saturday and Sunday Rev A J Pike stopped with J D Hardin Saturday He was on his way to Buckeye to fill his pulpit Miss Addie Cummins has returned to her home in Preachersville after spending a week with Minnie Pherigo A large crowd attended the sale of W 0 Hardins and things sold fairly well lie leaves this week for Decater Illinois Mr Burton and Miss Llllie War nerMr Earl Simpson and Miss Minnie Vickers spent the day at Crab Springs last Saturday Mr Crampton Collins and Mrs Tilden Kinder were quietly married at the brides residence on Long Branch last Wednesday afternoon Mr Floyd Curtis and Miss Stella Broaddus drove to Danville Saturday morning and were married All extend congratulations to Mr and Mrs Curtis net Hot From The Was the ball that hit G B Steadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25cts a dox Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist PAINT LICK Some of the farmers are hauling water for their stock C B Engleman has rented his farm to William Cotrell for next year The flouring mills here have about exhausted the supply of water in the creek and unless it rains in a very short time will have to shut down The farmers are about through cut ting and housing their tobacco crops The quality is good and the yield is large It was a hard matter to get house room enough to hang it All outhouses of every description are filled Fifteen little girls met with Miss Mary Clark Engleman last Saturday to celebrate her 13th birthday one of them gave her a A sumptuous dinner was by Mrs C B Engleman and Mrs Annie Adams who are skilled in the culinary department The table groaned under the weight of good things to eat and each and every onp partook bountifully The writer and D C Puffins had the pleasure of be Jng present and what they did for the table was a plenty It was with difficulty to get Dave away from the table and a stomach pump had to be brought into requisition to save him Millions Given Away It is certainy gratifying to the pub lie to know of concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The Of Dr Kings New Discovery forComsumption coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing ithas absolutely thousands of cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all diseases of the Throat Chest and Lungs are cured by it R McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50c and 1 Every bottle orprice refunded 1m 11 C Siler for 180 Beatyvillebought- of attended Dr Kings carloads children R L Orchard Gun ltu Every nice present prepared great a proprietors cured hopeless Callon guaranteed Buchanan 8 C C one r f S In 1880 there were two hundred hor ses in Australia in 1890 there are 2 000000 The Lexington Herald says mules are higher than for years and reports that big ones are worth 300 to 450 a pair Vanderbilt is building a 100000 at Biltmore He has the finest largest collection of Jerseys in the country Missouri farmers have discovered to destroy chinch bugs Green corn is cut up and placed in small heaps It soon ferments and the bugs eat it ind die by the thousands Seed Wheat for Sale We will have a limited supply of seed wheat recleaned of the best va for the farmers of this section H A B Marksbury Son Some grades and kinds of tobacco in Florida bring high as 50 per hundred pounds This is Sumatra and polecured and shaded from the time it is cut until it becomes well curedIt is estimated that 4300000 cows would be necessary to produce an amount of butter equal to the of olemargarine manufactured and used in the United States Chicago StockmanTo good sweet turnip dont sow too early but in rich ground and to have good early turnip greens now at the proper time and at the of winter cover the patch lightly with coarse stable manure Our farmers and special tobacco raisers should not be impressed with the idea that they are bound to talC the first price offered them They should study all the markets and not belong to any particular market Danville Advocate M J Farris bought of Sam Cecil ten 2yeaold mules nine of them mares at 75 per head Gay Bros of Pisgah have purchased the fine saddle mare Lillian C that won the second premium in the 100 saddle stake at the Lawrence burg fair The price paid for her was 2000 Twothirds of Kansas west of the three easternmost tiers of counties is experiencing one of the most severe drouths in the history of the State and the general opinion is that the Kansas corn crop will be the smallest in the proportion to its requirements for feeding that has been raised in many years Harrodsburg Democrat W G and J W Broyles of the Perryville bought recently of James Marrs of Taylor county 90 good ewes nt 440 per head James L Bond shipped to Cincinnati last week 320 lambs average weight 7G pounds for which he realized an average of 525 per cwt Winchester Democrat With a tobacco crop much of it full of worms and suckers with the hemp crop and millet crop all suffering for attention and the fall plowing on hand there has been an exceedingly great demand for hands during the past week or two Acres of hemp and tobacco are being badly damaged help cannot be procured of paying 250 or 3 per acre for cutting hemp some farmers are paying 4 for the work Tobacco hands are in some cases getting as much as 2 per day instead of 75 cents and 1 as is usually the case Even at these prices the help is utterly un reliable and of a field full of hands at night the ewployer has but little as surance that half of them will be there next morning The Lexington Herald says The local hemp dealers are doing nothing Hemp is just begin ning to be cut The antics of the weather prophet from now on will the quantity and quality of the coming hemp crop Quite a thing is the scarcity of hands to work on the breaks This same scarcity of hands Is being felt by tho tobacco growers over the country The reason given by the hemp men is that most of the oldtime negroes have died oil and that the new are not partial to this particular form of physical exercise It is tho opinion of the local loafers that tho Chinese situation will not affect the hemp market In any way as the do not produce enough The hemp remaining over from last sea sons crop is bringing fairly good tint it is impossible to make any statement regarding prices which the coming crop will bring Lexington Herald there Is a new use for the corn plant The latest discovery Is that an almost perfect substitute for may be obtained from animals Indeed it is claimed that this product of the plant is superior for some uses to the best Para rubber Add to fact that this corn rubber can be produced for six cents per lb and it will readily be seen that the monopoly of the tropical countries in the rubber trade will soon be broken There is the chance that under moro extended tests this solidified juice of the porn stalk may not useful but so far everything looks favorable in the extreme What with its value as an aid in protecting the most gigantic engines of destruction the modern battle ship and now as an aid to the installation of as a power the new corn rubber being most excellent for insulation would seem that corn Is every king away rietysuitable a tobacco quantity beginning community tremendous because Instead practically determine noticeable generation celes- tials prices rubber feeding electricity aril 8 NOW tithe prove ine 1 nth j MARKSJ5URY Nixon Perkins bought of T D Chest nut of Boyletwo head of cattle at4c per lb A protracted meeting will begin at the Fork Church the third Sunday RevB A Copass will be assisted by Rev Williams an eminent divine of Harrodsburg Mr Creech while driving in Upper Garrard met with a serious accident which may prove fatal The horse became frightened and ran away kicked him in the head and broke his leg His daughter Mrs Roberts who was with him received no serious injuries Miss Mamie Dailey of Greenfield Ill is visiting relatives in this com Miss Cloantha Co pass daughter of Rev B A Copass has been quite sick but is better at this writing Mrs Dr J II Durham nee Sadie Viola Aldridge received a a premium on a point lace at the Barboursville fair Mesdames Brown and Joseph of spent Sunday with Mrs Cyrus Dailey B G Bright a farmer and trader of Boyle visited C A Robinson last Thursday While here he pur chased several head of mules The friends in this community were pained to hear of the death of Mrs Leslie wife of ExGov Leslie of Montana She made many friends here while she visited her son Rev Wm Kuyken doll Much sympathy is extended Miss Willie Knight of East Ilickman is staying with his uncle Mr N II Bogie and attending school at Rice Academy Several from this com munity attended the meeting at Mt Hebron Sunday night The crowd was large and attentive There has been several additions to the church Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Thirty Years of Suffering I suffered for thirty years with diarrhoea and thought I was past cured says John S Halloway of French Camp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered so much that I had given up all hopes of recovery I was so feeble from the effects of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor could not ever travel but by accident I was permit ted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who suflcr as I have For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Men and watches are judged by their works both have wheels llruve 3Ieu Fill Victims to stomach liver and kid hey troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache headache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and doesnt care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and appetite than anything I could take I can now cat anything and havo a new lease on life Only uQcts at McRoborts Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 1m Men are like chickens they always want to get on the highest roost The progressive nations of the world are the great food consuming nations Good food well digested gives strength If you cannot digest all you eat you need Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It what you eat You need not diet yourself It will even digest all classes of food in a bottle No other preperation will do this It instantly relieves and quickly cures all stomach troubles 1m The man who wants the earth gets it when he dies Poisonous toadstools resembling mush rooms have caused frequent death this year Be sure to use only the genuine Observe the same care when you ask for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are pisonous coun terfeits DeWitts is the only origl nal Witch Hazel Salve It is a safe and certain cure for piles and all skin diseases FPFrisbie 1m Here We Are The Cincinnati Store New Store NewGoods New Prices Good Treatment We have located in new Hotel building next to livery stable for the purpose of giving you people Tile Worth of Your Money Hoping that you will not forget to ptronize me promising you fair treatment I give you a cordial invitation to visit the Cincinnati Bargain store Call and see me when you come to town CINCINNATI BARGAIN STORE y munityLittle some handkerchief Lancaster being n 1 nervousness digests F r Frisbie invariably a a 111 lat Pll 1 in Towi 0 e Buy Your School Supplies o o X McROBERTS DRUG STORE laK 1ifjHifliZjpJEJ GO TO STORMES DRUG School Books Tablets and General Supplies Fine Sta graved Cards and Plate redu ced to 125 LILLARH STOUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of fine 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 STOUT I B B Tones Pros W A 1ST T ID Young men and women to prepare for positions as Bookkeepers Stenographers- and Operators The demand is greater than the supply For further particulars address Lexington Business College LEXINGTON KENTUCKY t OO OC xi tNew and SecondHand i8 S SAT I 2 OO OOOv OOOOOC OO 9n STORES FOR EngravedWedding I U L E G Pres H t A r r a RUGS c 4 S1link1Tice I SPRINGER MUSIC HALL AND EXPOSITION BUILDINGS Cincinnatis First Fall Festival September 1 9 to 29 1 900 Industrial Exposition Monster Floral Parade Modern Midway Plaisance Athletic Carnival and a thousand other attractions I lJJ II 4 Low Rate Excursions Every Day of The Festival Dont Fail to Attend Ask Queen Crescent Agents for Particulars W C RINEARSON GENI PASSENGER AGENT CINCINNATI f- Our Stock in Every Departments Was Never More Complete Than Now I mm m mmm mm mID e e m e I I 1 I b u uu u d d f Q I ryJ 1l F 1 r rr 1- p n Jr rte 1 rs r-r r There isnt a more complete line of new DRUGS DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES In the state than we carry e GOO 00 DD 0 0 0 0 00 0 00 0 000 00 Q 00 0 OODO 0 0 0 00 0 00 0 000000 000 0 0 OD 0 0 DO II 0 0 000 0 0 0 oooo AND i r 1 IF r rte Frisbies Pharmacy Lancaster1 Ir itlr fflJ2 J lJljjf i Wf WfJJffl 711Nlffil Jfjl r ZWffflW J lJjlfffLJYlil X0JIif 11 t rtrl I IlL iTh CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY SEPT 13 1900 people Mr R L IIi ran is very sick with fe ver Miss Sallie Noel has returned from DanvilleJudge H A Burnside is at Dripping Springs Miss Grant is in Casey county visiting Mrs Fuller Mrs Jackson Kemper is visiting her daughter Mrs Ophelia Dunn Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond is visiting Miss Louise Kauffman Mrs J B Kinnaird and children have returned from Dripping Springs Mrs George T Farris leaves tomor row to visit her husband in Frank fortE W Norris spent a few days with his brother Charley at Frankfort last week Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford is the pretty and attractive guest of Miss Gena Bush Mrs II L Ilagan and sister Mrs II M Powell of Gilberts Creek visited in Xirksville Tuesday Mrs Sim Anderson and little chil dren have been visiting Mrs Thomas Anderson of Kingston Ky icholasville Journal Mrs John Anderson of Lancaster was the guest of her niece Mrs J C Miller Rod Wesley is expected home from a two weeks visit to his grand moth er Mrs Durham of 3Iiddleburg M iss Eugenia Bush gave a moonlight picnic Monday in honor of her guest Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford Mr Levering Anderson of Louis tulle is visiting his grandparents Mr William G Anderson and wife Misses Lettie Brown of Lexington and Jennie Burnside ire visiting the formers uncles S and Richard Beazley Mr and Mrs Al Huffman and two pretty children of Stanford were vis iting Mr Hansberry West and family last Sunday Henry Bastin is quite ill of typhoid fever Henry is an industrious young man and his friends hope he will soon be on foot again Miss Lilly Noel has returned from Cincinnati and Dayton where she has been purchasing her fall milhneryand taking in the openings Lexington Herald Mr Wm Gul ley formerly of Lexington but now of Denver Col is visiting his old home Mr Gulley is connected with a wholesale grocery house in Denver We had a pleasant call Monday from Mr Walker Baker and bright little son of Wallaceton Mr Baker has quit teaching school and is devoting all his time to farming which he says is more pleasant wielding the hickoryDanville Advocate Mr Robert Lvtle of Stanford has rented the Gill property and will move to Dan ville about the first of October With him will come his brotherinlaw Dr W B Penny also of Stanford who will locate here for the practice of dentistry Mrs and nephew Lewis Ross of Richmond Mr and Mrs Henry Land and sons Robert and John March of Jessamine county and Miss Belle March of Richmond were the guests of Mr and Mrs J S Johnson last week At a hop in Nicholas viile the other night several young fellows caused much murmuring by removing their collars No one wants to see the old rusty neck of a boy and the dudes should have been fired bodily Only a girl can dress thus and she will ruin ber prospects if the neck is not a g ighty pretty one t r 1 recuperating Lillie Dale r V r Thomps Tharpe ir t s s444a044OOc 4004404o444oGCo ooc s- R OUT 4060440004044000440004044444444 f A I 1I I rx f El E ji r I pr than 7 t i r a e Mrs John Leavell is very sick at this writing Miss Bertha Burnside is visiting friends at Paint Lick Prof K F Postel and wife were at Dripping Springs this week Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton are on a visit to friends in Frankfort Miss Dove Embry of Lexington is visiting Miss Alberta Anderson Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford is the guest of Miss Jennie Burnside Mr R D Ballard has returned pleasant visit to Slate Lick Springs Mr R II Batson has returned from Dripping Springs very much improved in health Miss Rella Arnold is in Nicholas ville visiting her Mrs Edna Wilmore Mr and Mrs Fred Sympson of Lou isville arc guests of his brother on Richmond street Mr McKee Kinnaird after several weeks visit to his parents returned Saturday to Middlesboro A II Rice of Nashville Tennes see has joined his wife at Mr II A B Marksburys for a weeks visit Mr James Worner protract spell of typhoid fever is we are glad to say able to be out again Jno Baumstock of Waco is his aunt Mrs Annie Singleton lie will attend the Graded School Miss Mayme Kruse of Cincinnati will have charge of the trimming de partment at Noel Sisters this fall Miss Leila Bryant of Danville and Miss Leila McCampbell of Louisville visited tilts John Leaven Tuesday Mrs Arthur Hubbard who has been the charming guest of Mrs John E Stormes left Friday for her home in Covington Mr A Goodloe Lackey returned to his home in Kansas City Saturday His pretty little daughter Selma him Misses Sallie Tillet and Laura Smith leave this week for the cities to attend the millinery openings and purchase fall goods Horace X Herndon has accepted the position of book keeper at the Gar rard Flour and Planing Mills Miss Allie B Brown has accepted a position as book keeper and for the Pineville Coal Co Miss Late Walker ha sal most from her recent illness and will come over from Lexington Mon day to visit Mrs R A Burnside Livingston Colonel John W of Lancaster was here Wednes day looking after his farm on town hill Messrs Rothwell and Tomlin son opened the Democratic campaign here Saturday Cuts nUll IirulH s Quickly Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to a cut bruise burn scald or like in stantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treatment Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For sale by 1m Great Kellglotm Maw Meeting Somerset Ky A mass meeting of Colored Pastors and congregations will be held at Somerset Sept 9th to 16th A great jubilee is set for the closing day Special train and low rates Queen Crescent Route from Nichdlasville and all intermediate ppints Special leaves Nicholasyille Sept 16 at 700 a m leaves High Bridge 1000 p m See small bills for rates and other particulars John Kobliuou Circus Lexington Ky Sept 17 1900 Low rate via Crescent from all between Williamstown and Junction for morning trainson the date named will be good until next returning This is one of the largest circuseson the road should not fail tosee it Ask Ticket Agent for furtherparticulars as to tickets rates and train schedule W C Rinearson General Passenger Agent from- a aftera accompanied stenographer recovered Miller R E McRoberts aunt visiting returning S e- F L We have a full assortment of Fountain and Bulb Syringes Hot Wa ter Bottles Hair and Cloth Brushes Automizers Sponges Foot Nail and Shaving Brushes SeaSalt Soap Per fumes and Toilet Articles of all kinds The Finest line of Cigars and Tobacco in town COOOOOOOQCOOI0C040CQOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO101101 0010 ICOIIIOCg VlmMng At Dripping The following gentlemen formed a fishing party at Dripping Springs this week W S Ferguson Judge R A Burnside J W Miller J J Walker J A Burnside Thos Walker Al Burnside and Tink Anderson The entire party fished altogether in the dining room of the hotel except Will Fergurson who occasionally ventured to wet a line For fear no one would believe Fergurson fished THE RECOHD sent out a special artist who took this snap shot at him Two Candidates for the insane asylum saved themsel yes from the stomach troubles that drives folks crazy by Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It is guaranteed to cure every form of Stomach Trouble Sold by R E McRoberts 1m TilE OKIKNTAL PLAZA I A part of Cincinnatis Fall Festival Where out of Town Visitors Will iiiul Great 19 The Oriental Plaza one big feature of the Cincinnati Fall Festival which takes in four halves of Plum Street lying between 13th and loth streets and diverted by the Canal with its thousands of fairy lamps electric lights buntingand strange exhibitions from all climes will constitute a not exceeded by anything short of the great Worlds Fair Midway at ChicagoFor Oriental Plaza the have secured the finest goup of attractions obtainable in this country nothing spurious nor mediocre will be tolerated Trips have been made to various parts of the country Minnea polis Omaha Denver New York City Boston and other cities to view personally attractions offered and such as came up to the required standard were accepted Beginning the Music Hall Odeon in which will be an All Nations Theatre a dozen other attractions will be about over the space between 13th and 15th streets on both sides of the Canal back of Music Hall Theatrical performances of different nations will be illustrated in the Odeon At the left of the entrance into the Plaza from the Exposition Buildings will be the great Wallace lion and other animals with their trainers Col E Danl Boone of the famous Kentucky pioneer is Wallaces trainer At the right of this entrance will be found Cal Mag nus Schults troop of twenty five thousand dollar trained Danes the most sagacious dogs in the world Duchess the wonderful trick elephant now the greatest in captivity in this section Here will also be found Ajax the trained lion Across the pontoon are located the Streets of Cairo Oriental Theatre and other European attractions The Streets will be 250 feet long with plenty of room for the camels and of the children of the Orient In the Oriental Theatre will be found Jumpers Gun Spinners and Turkish dancing led the far Rosa Queen of the East and here also will occur thenovel Turkish wedding ceremony in all its details great snake eater will also be here by will Lunette the a girl of great beauty who floats about in mid airapparently without of any She is supposed to be ruled hypnotic Another feature theatrical costumes and customs of these two countries from a view Excursion rates on all railroads o Sept to 2D picture Directors only with distributed grandson ail diversion yinJ lady rider Diversion t CKN C 0000 40 OOOOC We are stay and cannot to do poor work Satisfaction guaranteed by Henry Duncan the old resident barber For Sale or Kent Good fourteen room residence for rent or sale on Danville street Ap ply to II C Hamilton aug30tf Notice Your school tax for the year 1900 is due Please call at once and settle tf E W HAKUIS Collector Enoch Creech who is past eighty one years of age was thrown from a vehicle in a runaway in Stanford bruises which will likely prove fatal Free Street Fair Frankfort Ky Low rates from all points Danville to Ludlow on the Queen and Crescent Route account Frankfort Street Fair Sept 25th to 28th Ask Ticket Agent for particulars or see small bills To Town TaxPayers The City needs its taxes and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be Its just as easy to pay now as it will be later on tf JAS PKAUCE Collector A Word To The Farmers We are in the market for Wheat and will pay the market price for same at all times If you have wheat to deposit for your own use deposit it with us and get good flour J S Minor Son Natural Bridge A special train will pass through Lancaster at 822 a m for IfaturaJ Bridge Ky on Sunday September 9th and 23rd October 7th and 21st 150 for round trip tickets good to return the same day Returning train leaves Natural Bridge at 530 p m Lexington Colored Fair One fare round trip Queen and Crescent Route from all points in daily September 11th to 14th account Lexington Colored Fair This is the greatest Colored Fair in the United States It is well worth seeing Do not fail to attend Ask Ticket Agent for particulars To the Farmers We have sacks scattered all this county with our good friends expect to bring them back to us but neglect it from time to time Why not get these sacks put them where you will see them and return to us we need them H A B Marksbury Son Louisville horse Show The Louisville Horse Show will beheld October 1519 inclusive and from the appearance of the Prize List a copy of which we have just re cfci ved the show will be a credit to the State of Kentucky The Association hangs up 10000 which will be in premiums to sixtyfive different classes of horses Kentucky has ney er had a real indoor horse show and the metropolis of the State now for lost opportunities Still on Deck I am again in charge of my business in Lancaster and have on hand the Hancock and Avery Disc Plow Superior wheat drills Capital Disc harrows and all kinds of plows See me and I will save sell you best on the market WhMi I am of town keys tOAvarehous will be left at E C Gaines Cos Theyll wait upon you tf G S GAINES See Here Nature improved by art at Lancas ter Ky Let us improve nature by art and make your photo flatter you I have a large supply of cards which I wish to use by October 15 as I may not remain at work in doors longer than the 15th of October Any kind of en larging or frames furnished at a low cost for the work After October 15 if you want a group of the house or family at home I will make a nice photo of you at your home if you drop me a note where to do the work Thanking for nice treatment and avors I am truly yours DAN SMITH t rLeo000 0000 00 oc 000 00000000000010 00 afford receiving ready To Kentucky farmersthey together judging awarded promises o make up Implement and Kentucky wagO mo y a 0 E bOCRh here te C or o store leer ute Our Delicious SODA WATER ADVERTISES ITSELF UH ff Is mOT EXCELLED V ggg YVV 111 e I tl 1 R SCRIPT ON iErPT llfiINYWfERE w Jr ir e a a to a lie Careful What You Sow The wheat crop in this county so far as the berry is concerned is excellent this year with the exception of where farmers were and never cleaned their seed wheat before sowing The cons quence is they reaped what they wheat cockle cheat etc which depreciated the market value of the wheat Seeding time is here again Why not profit by the past and see that your seed wheat is perfectly clean before planting We would like to impress upon every farmer to sow nothing but choice clean wheat Dont get in a hurry and sow all kinds of tilth with your seed wheat and expect to get full price you will be mistaken If we should next year have as filthy crop of wheat as the present by the farmer neglecting to properly clean his seed the farmer is responsible for the condition of his wheat and he cannot expect to realize full market price From a financial standpoint it is to the interest of the farmer to sow nothing but choice clean seed Our county is one of the best in the state our reputation is that we grow better wheat corn and hemp than any of our neighbor counties We have the best people on earth but we will get little careless sometimes Grandest To Be Given The Louisville Midway will be a gread amusing institution Fairly crowded with attractive shows rep resenting the splendor and the mgsteiy of the East and the wealth and of the West There will be the Streets of Cairo with its dancing girls Hindoos Arabs Cubans Porto Ricans Camels Oriental Theatre Indian Jugglers and the largest wild animal show ever assembled for any Midway Half fare rates on all Remember the date Sept 19 29 Fall Announcement I have over 1000 samples of the designs in foreign and domestic woolens from the famous firms of Wanamaker Brown of and the Howard Tailoring corn pany of Chicago on exhibition at T S Elkins store in the Thompson Block on Richmond avenue allwool suitsat 8 to 20 Fit wear and quality guaranteed Give me a call before placing your order for winter suit or overcoat I also have samples of the largest stock of clothing in America Prices low and quality very M D Hughes Agt Great Times at Cincinnati From all accounts the Exposition features of a big Fall Festival to in Cincinnati Sept 19 to 29 will eclipse the best record of the old Exposition of the 80s exhibitor North or South Hall is significant for some special unique fea ture not ordinarily seen in From cutting and polishing diamonds by experts to the of biscuits by a new process every display is remarkable for some special and extremely interesting feature The Exposition alone will occupy 50000 square feet in space A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS Herald Square Opera Co Said Paaha Handsomely Presented The opera house contained last night a delightful audience The rep utation of the Herald Square Opera Company had preceded it and its appearance here was greeted by one of the largest audiences out in a time Said Pasha was the attraction and the magnificent singing combined with the rare jollity and the real mirth of the opera captured the which timed again enchored the many brilliant passages in both the solo and chorus work The promise of fine acting pretty girls and beautiful costumes was ful and on all sides one hears words of praise for the entire company Many of the solos were exquisite and the happy blending of the voices in the choruses made grand melody There was not a dull moment in the performances Reading Journal Opera House Friday and Saturday Sept 14 and 15 certainly careless sowed beauty railroads latest Philadelphia Absolutely ready- made astonishingly superior beheld Industrial Every n Expositions manufacture educational department Initial lon au- dIence tilled J Y i C J t The Home Life of China Laura B Starr who for several years resided in China and who had great facilities for understanding the feminine side of Chinese life to the October Delineator an article that throws much light on the home life of Chinese women This article is illustrated with several authenic photographs of Chinese of various social position The October number of The Delineator in addition to Miss Starrs article and the eighty or more sketches of present day styles which are prominent fea turesof the magazine contains twenty other valuable contributions For thirty years it has been trusted by American women for guidance in home dressmaking and home management Cornhuskers sprained wristbarjje wire cuts and sprains or cuts from any other cause are quickly healed when Ballards Snow Ointment is promptly applied Price 25 and 50c 1m A man always puts his best foot a mule puts his backward When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25c Samples free at McRob erts drug store 1m Some men rob themselves when they call others hard names Have you a sense of fullness in the region of your stomach after eating If so you will be benefited by using Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They also cure belching and sour stomach They regulate the bowels too Price 25c Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m No gentleman will swear before a her swear first If you are troubled with inodorous breath heart burn flatulency acidity pains after eating loss of appetite persistent melancholy or low spirits You need a tonic a few doses of Herbine will give you the force to remove these Price 50c C C J E Stormes A crank is a man who has a differ ent hobby than your own Take life as it comes and make the most of all circumstances but for a bad cough or cold take Coussens Honey of Tar the best known for quick relief and sure cure Price 25 and 50 cents Stormes 1m More men have been selfundone than have been selfmade Whites Cream Vermifuge is essen tially the childs tonic It improves the digestion and assimilation of food strengthening the nervous system and restoring them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood Price 25 cents C C E Stormes 1m A man isnt always cool when he shivers in the hour of danger Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is not a panacea but is recommended for blind bleeding or protruding piles and it will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes The more a man has the more he it happens to be twins Thousands suffer with torpid liver producing great depression of spirits indigestion constipation headache etc Herbine will stimulate the liver keep the bowels regular and rcstort a healthful buoyancy of spirits Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m If some men were to lose their they would be lucky Wanted to Lick The Spoon Indianapolis Ind Nov 15 99 Pepsin Syrup Co Dear have been keeping house for five years and are never without Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin We find nothing to equal it for stom ach troubles and my children like itas well as candy One night recently my wife was giving a dose to our baby U years old and Nelda our little girl 4 years old cried for some too Her mamma told her she didnt need It and then she said Cant I lick the spoon It is pleasant to take the effects are so good we hate to be without Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Yours truly Late D Werthers Mgr Enterprise Hotel contributes women J J E Stormes forward ladylet headache recuperative disorders J remedy C C JE wantsunless reputation SirsWe cc C C C Sc ss All KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store R KINNAIRD Follovii AetnaQueen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile The First Cincinnati Fall Festival Sept 1 9 to 29 I 900 If you cant go to Paris come to the Paris of America One Hundred Thousand Dollars have beenset aside for the festivities of the Cincinnati nent exposition will be occupied They cover over 100000 square feet be tilled with new novel instructiveand interesting exhibits Cincinnati ted Expositions in the United States and the present one promises to bemore attractive novel ever before 1000 In Gold Will be given for the best Float in the greatTrades and Parade Flower Parade the spectacle ever witnessed in Cincinnati will a of thefestival The Plaza will coyer both sides ofthe canal for thousand feet tilled with novel entertainments from all parts of theworld a new and modern Midway Plaisauce In the Great Springer Music Hall Ore of the largest and most famous Sums in America spectacular allegory will begiven cast and scenery costumes and inspiring music Theopeuiugof the festival will be heralded Harvest Queen whose royal barge will be meton its way down the and who will be es corted great store to a grand reception atSpringer Hull Novel reworks be made from moving boats The Zoo Coney Island and other summerresorts have special programs- A day will be set apart for the Trades Unions of the and another day devoted to a Mon ster Athletic Cincinnati cordially invites her neighbors to participate festivities Low nite ex run dally via Queen t Crescent Route and other excursions for upon which especially interesting portions of vast program and amusemeats j x DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIELE KENTUCKY Land and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO i f i I I t t I i I I l I I 8 Collier j f I b INSURANCE Ins willhe A J olJeou with rund andthe Carnival 000000000000000000084000400440 0000400tr040300844J44S000000000 P fl5 11 ill OID dilleS fit eaLife 09 ar or one s zero SATANIC condition M JF miThis most aggravating and tormenting of all skin diseases is caused an acid the blood unless relieved through certain instrumentalities too much of this acid poison reaches skin and it becomes red and inflamed The itching and burning are almost especially when overheated from any cause The skin seems on or rest is t impossible the desperate sufferer regardless of consequences scratches until strength is exhausted This humor appears pustules discharging a sticky fluid which forms crusts and scales dry hard and intensely and scabs over A This is a stubborn form of the disease THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE sS If the blood is in a pure healthy condition no poisonous elements can reach the skin vv theinflammationS S S the purely vegetable remedy known is a safe and permanent cure for Eczema and all deepseated blood and skin troubles It goes direct to the seat the disease neutralizes the acids and cleanses the blood and all the organs and thus clears the system of all impurities through the natural channels the skin relieved all inflammation and her it case they will cheerfully give any information or advice wanted We make no charge for tins Address Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga es k IF I ofI H painfuland Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum and many like troubles are spoken ofas diseases of the skin they are really blood dIseases bccause II J SIrs t1 LCZEFA in p i 34 ti5k j only I News The Arkansas Democrats elected their State ticket by something like 45000 National sound money democrats have established national headquar ters at Indianapolis A shortage of 811000 has been found in the books of the Owensboro Na tional Deposit Bank Kentuckys whisky product for the year just ended was nearly 22000000 gallons an increase over last year of nearly 2000000 Chief Illowahe an aged medicine man of the Yakima tribe was stoned to death because his incantations to cure a sick child By the failure of a building and loan association at McKeesport Pa with liabilities of 457000 nearly 1700 millworkers find their money tied up A British engineer says that in ex perimenting with wireless telegraphy he had found it possible to convey the voice six or eight miles without the use of wires G Len Spalding of Lebanon of the Proctor Knott has sued the L 2f for injuries received in the Cavalry age accident ExPresident Cleveland has declined President Mcftinleys appointment as a member of the International Board of Arbitration ExPresident liner son has accepted Wharton Barker the Middleofthe road Populist nominee for the Presi dency is to make a tour of the About September 30 he will come to Kentucky for three days Mormon elders are reported to have made numerous converts near Ruth ton Madison county and will build a church there One wealthy farmer who has been converted has subscrib ed 500 to help build the church Three prisoners were released from the State penitentiaries under the provisions of the convict parole law They are George Delaney of Union county Arthur Smith colored of Jefferson county and Sawney Thweat colored of Logan all serving terms for manslaughter 0 r lLooocooocooo QOooooo failed manufacturer cigar bri country 1000 The American Restaurant located in the United States Building at the Paris Exposition has failed The sum of their indebtedness being 100 000 francs 3xMayor J Hall of Lexington Ky was and Major Gross will be as the gentleman who ran the Kentucky Restaurant at the Worlds Fair at Chicago Attorney Carlo B Little of county has arrived at Frankfort to prepare for the trial of Tim Howard charged with the Goebel assassination Mr Little says that none of the league money will be used to employ counsel for Howard Orders have been sent to Maj Gen Chalice to prepare his forces for with drawal from Pckin and steps have been taken to provide transports to remove them from Taku to the Phil lippines The United Staaes is thus preparing itself to carry out its if Russia withdraws A St Petcrs burg dispatch says Russia adheres to its decision to withdraw Li Hung Chang is going to Pckin The United States is willing to treat with him as representing the Chinese Government until the Government can be reassur ed and returns to Pckin The most appalling calmity in the history of modern times has befallen Galveston Texas Everywhere there is death and ruins and desolation Estimates of the loss of life vary from 600 to 3000 Parents mourn their and children are made orphans by the terrible hurricane which swept all of south Texas and Saturday night The city is practically a ruin A grave danger confronts the survivors The water supply is cut the hundreds of unburied corpses may breed pestilence Tile nation has been appealed to for relief and the response by the Govern ment and by individuals has been prompt Relief trains are carrying water to Huston and the War has ordered the distribution oJ 50000rations and 10000 tents THere is great suffering among survivors of the storm The dead are being placed on barges and towed out into the lake where the bodies are tossed into the water Ghoules and vandals have been at work and and martial iaw has been declared The railroads have suffered great loss Many bodies are being found all along the gulf coast and thousands of persons are e Davidson proprietor S P remembered liberty child red Saturday otr and Department Cia pied Every Mother Expectant Mother II I will HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike J standmy ofservice or Marriageable Girl can have a practical treatise on motherhood telling about MOTHERS FRIEND that THE II11AUFICLD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Gn can produce like Mothers Friend Sold by best Druggists or sent by express paid on receipt ofprice Ifreeby I it Theworld nothing 100 I I I I I A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYEI PILE CURE Tii EPILE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUllES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES FIALim Sue Pntfettf 3W Street ST LOUIS MO STOIRIMGES I BTJO STORE Mall 1 d Kirtk I homeless The soldiers of the regular army at Galveston it develops all are alive Prance has agreed to the Russian proposal to evacuate Pekin The Un ited States has already agreed Japan is expectod to acquiese and England Germany will have no recourse except to follow suit Loving Memory seen lit to call from our midst the beautiful child Lucy E Marshbanks in her 15th year So beautiful and bright was she none knew her but to love her AVe cannot tell why she was taken away from us but Gods will must be done We know not when lIe comes to gather His children home Dear fathermoth er sisters brothers she is now among the angels waiting and watching for those sue loves so dear This lovely bud so young so fair COuch hence by early doom Just came to sho1 how sweet 11 flower In Iarudiso would bloom Ere sin could harm or sorrow fade Death came with friendly care The opening hud to Heaven couveyea And blossom there MANSE KY AUNTIE Cbaiubcrlains Cough Itemedy a Great The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whooping cough as it al ways affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Some men seem to have been made out of dust that had gravel in it Hoes it Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap 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 OXLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries with cess in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees 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 Some men have a gallon of words to every spoonf of thoughts To prevent consumption quickly cure throat lung troubles with One Minute Cough Cure F P Frisbie Most men are ready and willing to die for their old age The most dainty and effective pills made are DeWitts Little Early Risers They are unequalled for all liver and bowel troubles Never gripe F P Frisbie 1m ViiM to Die A coantry paper says in an obituary Mr X was an estimable citizen He lived uprightly he died with resignation He had been recently married Titlilts Love Overtook Him Miss He looks as solemn as an undertaker these days Mr Bachelor Xaturalty Hes going to undertake the support of a wife next week Philadelphia Press Honored Spriggins wife has had some money left her Yes I suppose to Spriggins it is just like making love all over again Brooklyn Life Adoption You say he hasadopted art pro fession Yes he has adopted it But he treats it like a cruel stepfather in a story book Washington Star Curious German Wedding In all German settlements in the west a curious wedding custom pre vails which is said to have been transplanted from Hanover When a young couple is to be married the elder brother of the bride or if she has no brother some other male member of the family his out a days before the wed ding on horseback and distributes the invitations He is called the brautbeter literajly the bride writer He Is a picturesque figure and in his trip about the country he is the recipient of many perquisites in money or gifts which by right of custom are kept as his own but however small the present is in variably expected and given It may be a piece of money a bill or a coin or it may be only a ribbon or a trinket Upon his return trip he decorates his person and his horse With his gifts N Y Tribune g e yIn s and countryof perfect PecheGoodness asa CU tom Stakes places arts t 1 Favorite GIn s BUG PUNCTURES TIRES Wheelmen of the Depreda tions of u Hitherto Uu known Intiect Theres a new fly in town and su bvrbs lies 110 relation to the kissing or note bugs buLhes just as much a nuisance as either or both combined says the Cincinnati Enquirer This new pest lives on wind that he gets out of punctured bicycle tires and he does his own puncturing As an entomo logicalspecimen he is wonder and he skims along in life under the title of ichneumon lies not pretty to look at too much like a wasp He can discount the wasp in devilishness however as he is provided with three business ends either of which can go through a rubber tire like a hot knife through mutter 11 r Ichneumon only uses two of his poniards on the tire that is to furnish him his supply of wind the other he raises danger signal to all other vermin in the neighborhood warning them to keep oft while his other two are getting in their work lie knows his business thoroughly As soon as his two javelins have got down through the rubber tire to PlY dirt or wind you will notice that Mr Ichneumon is rapidly becoming chesty As laboriously wind gently oozes from the tire a of it enters his little stomach and he swells up like a pixened pup with just enough energy left after the to lazily flap his wings reef his three and semi away to sleep oil the effects of an overdose of hot air This fly is no myth A specimen has been caught in the act of stealing wind and after being killed by an endeavor to extract his illgotten gains with a stomach pump the carcass was in a bottle and placed on exhibi tion People bicycle poople came from miles around to view the remains and they recognized him as an enemy that must be reckoned with when 20 miles from home and a punctured wheel in sight This fly is the species of insect that habitually bores into soft wood to eggs The one that made the discovery that India rubber is softer than any wood he ever struck and therefore was just the thing for a lay gctriehquiek specimen of the variety must haw telephoned his fluid to rest the tribe for its the real thing now for and Mrs Ichneumon to snub all sorts of wooden things and to adopt a nice clean as his hatchery Theres one tIling that as yet has not been demonstrated and that is whether the fly is quick enough to get the eggs into the wheel before the escaping air brushes him oil the perch This must be looked into If it is found that these busy flies have been deluded that they failed to take into account the fact that escaping air from a floating sphere of India rubber is It hard proposition to go up against and at the same time look after they will turn in disgust from bicycle tires and hence forth tackle nothing harder than cheese There is real danger in this vermin A reputable repairer of wheels in this vicinity says its no myth hut a threepronged incontrovertible fact He huts prescribed for machines that have been put out of commission Mr and Mrs Ichneumon and he knows what he is talking about One healthy bicycle bug can make work for a dozen repair shops in the course of a season that is if his assortment of hatpins are kept sharpened and his stomach is not ruined by his frequent libations of rubberized atinosphere PATH OF THE ECLIPSE Difficulties In the Way of L It with Absolute Ac A disappointing experience of the English spectroscopist Mr Evershed the time of the recent solar eclipse emphasizes the delicacy of the task of computing before such events the breadth and path of the lunar shadow By the nautical almanae of Great Britain it was estimated that the moons shadow would have a diameter of about 50 miles and whisk along at the rate of nearly 50 miles a minute A person sainted at the center of the path therefore find the total phase last a full min ute few seconds longer But Mr Evershed had special reasons for wanting to be at the edge of the shad ow says the Xew York Tribune Bas ing his plans on data furnished by he tried to place himself about two miles inside the northern boundary of the eclipse track As it turned out he was a hundred yards outside From this and another fact that was reported at the time a shorter duration of to tality at the center of the path than had been anticipated it seems that the lunar shadow was not as big as the astronomers A calculation of this kind involves four factors at suns diam eter the moons diameter and the dis tances of both sun and moon from the earth The last two are variable certain limits And the other two though not variable have never been determined with absolute accuracy Again there are trifling eccentricities in the course of the moon that bother tide computers and others who have occasion to watch her closely so that an error of only two miles in the posi Hon of the lunar shadow was a relative ly small one Loaded Victim First look at tires Been an trainSecond Scorcher Xaw Just run over a kid on the boulevard I thought you ran over kids everv day Yes but this kid had been sent for a box of carpet tacks Chicago News Knew Their UuMlncxx There are microbes in kisses she declaredFoxy microbes said Y World Hard Question to Aninver wonder how many men have ever kissed you before if I could remember thinjy Town Topics Just Possible Lord a girl after my heart She How do you know I may be after your title Harlem Life a pretentious as- a harpoons portion debauch jib ooms deposited deposit the of r safety eggsperhaps b curuc a t mathematical o ice would a others probable countedon leastthe within A ScorcherGee runningdown express Evening lieN lIeI SheAs GYoure Complain SIlt1t111u11C11 3 vet ever v A Scandal Spoiled Miss havent heard any thing of Miss 1echis since 1 got back from abroad Miss Kiddcr Xo shes living under another name now Miss Goussip scenting a scandal Aha 1 thought that girl would come to that She thought she was so hand some and Miss Kidder So did Mr Milynns Thats how she happened to become Mrs Milyuns Philadelphia Press Ilostou IMiiloMO Iiy How absurd remarked the for that man to swear merely because he lost the train But wouldnt you do the same thing in his place replied the gatekeeper Very like said the cabman hut I wasnt thinking of that I was only thinking how lucky for me it was that he lost his train He will have to hire me to take him downtown dont you gee Boston Transcript Circumstantial Evidence If yo see a watchful darky wld a snahp In his En yo heuh his lips asmackin in de deep est timbah Ian To kin bet a silbah dollah en win It in a scratch Dahs a vine widout a milon in his neigh bohs union patch Chicago Daily News COMPLETELY SQUELCHED I I GoussipI I cab- man blade luau 1 He I love you with all my heart with all my mind my every thought She I know nut all that means so little Punch The Horrors of War Weve lately mastered Spanish names Across time sparkling seas Of kopjes laagers trekking veldts We speak with fluent case Now if with China there is war Well have to learn Chinese Judge llomance Ended When are you going to marry the floorwalker asked the girl behind the catsup counter O thats off said the girl in charge of the sugar counter He says we cant afford to marry on my salary and he needs all his own to support the dignity of his Injury Plus Ah sighed the aged suitor the young widow had rejected him if I only had youth But alas I shall never be young again True she replied Xature makes a mistake but she never repeats it with the same material Chicago Daily Xews Gun Soap Clerk They say the new was a big gun Perfume Clerk Yes he got loaded and the boss fired him and lie went off and as he hasnt shown tip I sun inclined to believe he is a disappearing gun Chicago Evening News He JviitMV Her Home already Percy dear Come give me a kiss Let me see your hands first Why you suspicious boy dressmakers bill in one of them Stray Stories An Explanation made two calls this and I must have left my umbrella at the last place I called Tom How do you know but what you left it at the first place Jack theres where I got it ChLago Daily News Xo Use Fa In tin If I should faint she said you Certainly not he replied She sighed and didnt faint Chi cago TimesHerald Ills Apprehension You are not afraid to go up in it asked the inventor of the flyingma chine Xot a bit replied his friend What Im worried about is corning down Puck A Shuttle the Worst of It Potts haunts the in the hope of winning a for tune Taylor Haunts does he Well he hasnt a ghost of a show Puck Literary DUHcultles She has been talking about writing a novel for years said one woman Yes answered the other But I dont think shell get it completed She has followed the plan of those authors who study their personal acquaint ances for types of character Isnt the method a good one Not in her case When her husband refuses her anything she wants to him in as the villain and when he aa she wishes she wants to make him the hero It keeps her continually re writing the first chapter Washing ton Star Cheap Farm For Sale Ad agent of the National Bank of Lancaster Ky The Farmers National Bunk of Kichinoi d Ky J E Stonnes and J W Poor J will sell at a bargain a farm ot121 acres adj i ilug tl e farm of K II Wakera There n two room house on the the lund is nil in Terras apply to the undersign ul or H Walker near This 8th dar of September 1900 ALKX R 1 KNNV p s I have 2 or 3 nice jene cows nrdcalves for sale A It D 13 Sept 4t Taken Up as JBatray One red sow weight between 175 and 200 pounds nlrirks long nose with Came to house fifteen frnt by paying this advertisement and f m interruptingYes positionChicago Tribune sometimes salesman I want to see whether a JackI afternoon use helplessness l racetracks abudays ago can same Lancaster IN 1 4 y Insult- eraft hue you ltnv IDes toT Owner Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic han All Knights an rnternally J E KOTNSQN C C G B SWINEBROAI rC R S A Word To those owing me It is settling time and I need 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to Congress from this Eighth dis trlet W ii I SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatItartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and is the latest discovereddigest ant tonic No preparation can approach It in in and permanently cure Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache allother results of imperfect digestion Prce50candSl Large stae contains times smallsize Prepared by E C tMNITT 4CO CblCQf F P Frisbie reconstructing organs stan J N Nature ir This most aggravating and tormenting of all skin diseases is caused an acid condition S C0F BOM the and unless relieved through certain instrumentalities too much 5gk of this acid poison reaches the skin it becomes red and inflamed The itching and burning are almost especially when overheated from any cause The skin seems on fire sleep or rest is L impossible the desperate regardless of consequences scratches until strength exhausted iilsii This itching humor appears pustules discharging sticky fluid which forms crusts and scales the dry hard and intensely and scabs over itSR fW This is a painful and stubborn form of the disease l m While Eczema Tetter Erysipelas Salt Rheum and many like troubles are spoken of as diseases fe v- PS the skin they are really blood because THERE CAN BE t0 EXTERNAL ERRITATBQN WiTHOiJY AN INTERNAL CAUSE NS1 If the blood is in a healthy condition no poisonous elements can reach the skin jStXtSV vwYv External applications of washes lotions and salves mitigate the and soothe the inflammation but cannot reach the disease Only S S S the real blood can do this S S S the only purely vegetable remedy known is a safe and permanent cure for Eczema and all blood and skin troubles It goes to the of the disease neutralizes tile cleanses the blood reinforces and invigorates all the and thus clears the system of all impurities through the natural channels relieved all subsides all signs of the disease Mrs I era 51 Hoffuiin of Cardington Her face at times became so and hands were very sore She was her researches for relief was told an Tirnmptly cured and has never had a SIlt would have been in her grave it will do for others Send for our book on Blood and case they will cheerfully give any information or advice wanted We make no charge for this Address Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga L- CCZEIIIA SATAN ofI is i oft i 1 e itching eat s organs the skin disappearStr in t 1 from birth ss GGNERAfc The Arkansas Democrats elected their State ticket by something like 4f 000 National sound money democrats have established national at Indianapolis A shortage of 11000 has been found in the books of the Owensboro Na tional Deposit Bank Kentuckys whisky product for the year just ended was nearly 22000000 gallons an increase over last year of nearly 2000000 Chief Illowahe an aged medicine man of the Yakiina tribe was stoned to death because his incantations fail ed to cure a sick child By the failure of a building and loan association at McKeesport Pa with liabilities of 5407000 nearly 1700 millworkers find their money tied up A British engineer says that in with wireless telegraphy he had found it possible to convey the voice six or eight miles without the use of wires G Len Spalding of Lebanon man ufacturer of the Proctor Knott ci gar has sued the L N for 10000 injuries received in the Cavalry brig age accident ExPresident Cleveland has declined President McJtinleys appointment member of the International Board of Arbitration ExPresident Harri son has accepted Wharton Barker the Middleofthe road Populist nominee for the Presi dency is to make a tour of the About September 30 he will come to Kentucky for three days Mormon elders are reported to have made numerous converts near Ruth ton Madison county and will build a church there One wealthy farmer who has been converted has subscrib ed 500 to help build the church Three prisoners were released from the State penitentiaries under the provisions of the convict parole law They are George Delaney of Union county Arthur Smith colored of Jefferson county and Sawney Tlnveat colored of Logan all serving terms for manslaughter l6ooo 0000000 headquarters experimenting as- a country tOGO NGWS The American Restaurant located in the United States Building at the Paris Exposition has failed The sum of tleir indebtedness being 100 000 francs ExMayor T Hall David son of Lexington Ky was and Major Gross will be as the gentleman who ran the Kentucky Restaurant at the Worlds Fair at Chicago Attorney Carlo B Little of Clay county has arrived at Frankfort to prepare for the trial of Jim Howard charged with the Goebcl assassination Mr Little says that none of the lib erty league money will be used to employ counsel for Howard Orders have been sent to Maj Gen Chalice to prepare his forces for with drawal from Pekin and steps have been taken to provide transports to remove them from Taku to the Phil lippines The United Staacs is thus preparing itself to carry out its pledge if Russia withdraws A St Peters burg dispatch says Russia adheres to its decision to withdraw Li Hung Chang is going to Pckin The United States is willing to treat with him as representing the Chinese Government until the Government can be and returns to Pckin The most appalling calmity in the history of modern times has befallen Galveston Texas Everywhere there is death and ruins and desolation Estimates of the loss of life vary from GOO to 3000 Parents mourn their and children are made orphans by the terrible hurricane which swept all of south Texas Sat urday and Saturday night The city is practically a ruin A grave danger confronts the survivors The water supply is cut off and the hundreds of unburied corpses may breed pestilence The nation has been appealed to for relief and the response by the and by individuals has been prompt Relief trains are carrying water to Huston and the War De partment has ordered the distribution of 50000rations and 10000 tents There is great suffering among survivors of the storm The dead are being placed on barges and towed out into the lake where the bodies are tossed into the water Ghoules and vandals have been at work and and martial law has been declared The railroads have suffered great loss Many bodies are being found all along the c oast and thousands of persons are proprietor S P remembered reassured child red Government Mother Mother I r peClanl r I will HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service J A Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike standmy J or Marriageable Girt can have a practical treatise on motherhood telling about MOTHERS FRIEND that will save months of pain and trouble sent free by sending name and address of self or friends to TIlE mtUFIEU ItEIJUIxATOR CO Atlanta Cn Theworld can produce nothing like Mothers Friend Sold by best Druggists 100 or sent by express paid on receipt ofprice j II t I i I A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE I r PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES FIAlimSoJePnfrietH 3K Ntftb Kaio Street ST LOUIS MO STOIfcMES DRUG STORE INTERNALand k homeless The soldiers of the regular army at Galveston it develops all are alive Prance has agreed to the Russian proposal to evacuate Pekin The Un ited States has already agreed Japan is expected to acquiese and England Germany will have no recourse except to follow suit In Loving Memory God has seen lit to call from our midst the beautiful child Lucy E Marshbanks in her 15th year So beautiful and bright was she none knew her but to love her We cannot tell why she was taken away from us but Gods will must be done We know not when He comes to gather His children home Dear er sisters brothers she is now among the angels waiting and watching for those she loves so dear This lovely bud o young so fair Culled hence by early loom Just came to shov how sweet a flower In rnradtee would bloom Ere sin could harm or sorrow fade Death cnmc with friendly care The bud to Heaven couveyeu bade it blossom there MANSE KY AUNTIE Chamberlains Cough Kcmcdy a Great The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whooping cough as it affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by ll E McRobcrts 1m Some men seem to have been made out of dust that had gravel in it Ioe It Pay to Roy Cheap A cheap remedy 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 in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees 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 rost and cures the patient Try ONE Peccommencled many years by all druggists in the world For sale by C C J E Stormes Some men have a gallon of words to every of thoughts To prevent consumption quickly cure throat and lung troubles with One Minute Cough Cure F P Frisbie Most men are ready and willing to die for their old age The most dainty and effective pills made are DeWitts Little Early Risers They are unequalled for all liver and bowel troubles Never gripe F P Frisbie 1m UliH luau to country paper says 5u an obituary Mr X was m estimable citizen He lived uprightly he died with resignation lie had been recently married TitBits Love Overtook Him Miss Pechc Goodness He looks as solemn as an undertaker these days Mr Bachelor Naturallj Hes going to undertake the support of a wife next week Philadelphia Press Renewed Spriggins wife has had some money left her Yes I suppose to Spriggins it is just like making love all over again Brooklyn Life Adoption You say he has adopted art as a pro fession Yes he has adopted it But lie treats it like a cruel stepfather in a story book Washington Star Cnrlon German Wedding In all German settlements in the west a curious wedding custom pre wails which is said to have been transplanted from Hanover When a young couple is to be married the elder brother of the bride or if she has no brother some qther male member of the family takes his place starts out a feA days before the wed horseback and distributes the invitations He is called the brautbeter literally the bride inviter He is a picturesque figure and in his trip about the country he is the recipient of many money or gifts which by right of custom are kept as his but however small the present is in variably expected and given It a piece of money a bill or a coin or it may be only a ribbon or a trinket Upon his return trip he decorates his person and his horse With his gifts N Y Tribune I nd always for coughs and introduced bottler 1 spoon full countryof perfect 1 Cu tom dingon perquisites- in maybe I father moth Favori to Ile- A awn rLaa i BUG PUNCTURES TIRES Wheelmen Complnlti of the Dcprcdn- tlous of it Hitherto Inucu- tTheres a new fly in town and su bvvbs lies no relation to the kissing or note bugs buLhes just as much a nuisance as either or both combined says the Cincinnati Enquirer This new pest lives on wind that he gets out of punctured bicycle tires and he does his own puncturing As sin entomo logical specimen he is i wonder and he skims along in life under the preten tious title of ichneumon lies not pretty to look at too much like a wasp He can discount the wasp in devilishness however as he is provided with three business ends either of which can go through a rubber tire like a hot knife through butter ilr Ichneumon only uses two of his poniards on the tire that is to furnish him his bupply of wind the other he raises as a danger signal to all other vermin in the neighborhood warning them to keep oil while his other two are getting in their work lie knows his business thoroughly soon as his two javelins have got down through the rubber tire to pay lirt or wind you will notice that Mr Ichneumon is rapidly becoming chesty As laboriously pumpedin wind gently oozes from the tire a of it enters his little stomach and lie swells up like a piened pup with just enough energy left after the de bauch to lazily Hap his wings reef his three jibbooms and scud away to sleep oil the of an overdose of lint air This fly is no myth A specimen has been caught in the act of stealing wind and after being killed by an endeavor to extract his gains with a stomach pump the carcass was depos ited in a bottle and placed on exhibi tion People bicycle poople came from miles around to view the remains ami they recognized him as an enemy that must be reckoned with when iO miles from home and a punctured wheel in sight This lly is the species of insect that habitually bores into soft wood to de posit eggs The one that made the discovery that India rubber is softer than any wood he ever struck and therefore was just the thing for a lazy gctriehquitk specimen of variety must have telephoned find to the rest the tribe for its the real thing now for ilr and Mrs Ichneumon to snub all sorts of wooden things and to adopt a nice clean safc ty as his hatchery Theres one thing that as yet hits not been demonstrated and that is whether the fly is quick enough to get the eggs into the wheel before the escaping air brushes him evil the perch This must be looked into If it is found that these busy flies have been deluded that they failed to take into account the fact that escaping air from a floating sphere of India rubber is a hard proposition to go up and at the same time look after they will turn in disgust from bicycle tires and hence forth tackle nothing harder cheese There is real danger in vermin A ieputable repairer of wheels in this vicinity says its no myth hut a threepronged incontrovertible fact lie has prescribed for machines that have linen put out of commission Mr and Mrs Ichneumon and he knows what he is talking about One healthy bicycle bug can make work for a dozen repair shops in the course of a season that is if his assortment of hatpins are kept sharpened and his stomach is not ruined by his frequent libations of rubberized ntinosphere PATH OF THE ECLIPSE Difficulties in the Way of Locating It with Absolute A disappointing experience of the English spectroscopist Mr Evershed at the time of the recent solar eclipse emphasizes the delicacy of the task of computing before such events the breadth and path of the lunar shadow By the nautical ahnana office of Great Britain it was estimated that the moons shadow would have a diameter of about 50 miles and whisk along at till rate of nearly 50 miles a minute A person saluted at the center of the path therefore find the total phase last a full min ute prhapsa few seconds longer But Mr Evershed had special reasons for wanting to be at the edge of the shad ow says the Xew York Tribune Bas ing his plans on data furnished by oth ers he tried to place himself about two miles inside the northern boundary the eclipse track As it turned out he was a hundred yards outside From this and another fact that at the time a shorter duration of to tality at the center of the path than had been seems that the lunar shadow was not as big as the astronomers counted on A calculation of this kind involves four factors at least the suns the moons diameter and the tances of both sun and moon from the earth The last two are variable certain limits and the other two though not variable have never been determined with absolute accuracy Again there are in the course of the moon that bother tide computers and others who have occasion to watch her closely so that an error of only two miles in the of shadow was a small one A Loaded Victim First look at your tires Been running down an express trainSecond Scorcher Naw Just run aver a kid on the boulevard- I thought you ran over kids dayYes but this kid had been for a box of carpet tacks Chicago Even Log News Knew Their IIuxlnesH There are microbes in kisses she declared Foxy microbes said Y World Hard Question to Answer He I wonder how many men have ever kissed you before if I could remember every Topics Possible Lord G Youre a girl after my heart do you know I may be after your title Harlem Life 1 I Unknown I harpoons s portion died s of eggsperhaps b mathematical would reporte anticipatedit probable diameter with- In trifling eecen tricitis position Ue lunar ScorcherGee ever sent heN SheAs thingTown Just SheHow illgot ten tillS thaiS Ac- C U rat e ver was relatively r t 5 4l i A Scandal Spoiled Miss Goussip I havent heard any thing of Miss iechis since 1 got back from abroad Miss Kiddtr Xo sites living under another name now Miss Goussip scenting a scandal AIm 1 thought that girl would conic to that Shin thought she was so hund some and Miss Kidder So did Mr Milynns Thats how she happened to become Mrs Milyuus Philadelphia Press Huston Philosophy How absurd remarked the cab man for that man to swear iherely because he lost thin train lint wouldnt you do the same thing in his place replied the gatekeeper Very like said the cabman but wasnt thinking of that 1 was only thinking how lucky for me it was that he lost his train He will have to hire me to take him downtown dont you see Boston Transcript CircMiiustnitdal Evidence If yo see a watchful darky wid a snahp blade in his han En yo heuh his lips asmaclin in de deep est tinibah Ian Yo kin bet a silbah dollah en win it in a scratch Dahs a vine widout a his neigh bohs milan patch Chicago Daily News coMrijETcnv SQUELCHED I 1 milonin ITc I love you with all my heart with all my mind my every thought my She interrupting Yes I know But all that means so little Punch Tho Horrors of War Weve lately mastered Spanish names Across the sparkling seas Of kopjes laagers trekking veldts AVe speak with fluent ease Now If with China there is war Well have to learn Chinese Judge Itomimec Elided When are you going to marry the floorwalker asked the girl behind the catsup counter O thats off said the girl in charge of the sugar counter lie says we cant afford to many on my salary and he needs all his own to support the dignity of his position Chicago Injury Plus Insult Ah sighed the aged suitor after the young widow had rejected him if I only had youth nut alas I shall never be young again True she replied Xature some times makes a mistake but she never repeats it with the same material Chicago Daily Xews ilia Gun Soap Clerk They say the new was a big gun Perfume he got loaded and the boss fired him and he went off and as he hasnt shown up I am inclined to believe he is a disappearing gun Chicago Evening Xews He IVHCMV Her Home already Percy dear Come give me a kiss Let me see your hands first Why you suspicious boy I want to see whether you have dressmakers bill in one of them Stray Stories Jack I made two calls this after noon and 1 must have left my umbrella at the last place I called Tom How do you know but what you left it at the first place Jack Because theres where I got it Chicago Daily News Xo Use Fainting If I should faint she said you wouldnt take advantage of my help lessness and kiss me would you Certainjy not he replied She sighed and didnt faint Chi cago TimesHerald Ills Apprehension You are not afraid to go up in it asked the inventor of the ilyingma chine Not a bit replied his friend What Im worried about is coming down Puck A Shade the Worst of It Potts Pykerr haunts the tracks in the hope of winning a Taylor Haunts does he Well he hasnt a ghost of a show Puck Literary DUllcuItles She has been talking about writing a novel for years said one woman Yes answered the other But I dont think shell get it completed She has followed the plan of those authors who study their personal acquaint ances for types of character Isnt the method a good one Not in her case When her husband refuses her anything she wants to ptit him in as the villain and when he as she wishes she wants to make him the hero It keeps her continually re writing the first chapter Washing ton Star Cheap Sale As agent of the National Bank of Lancaster Ky The Farmers National Bunk of Kichmoi d J E Stormed and J W Poor I will sell at u bargain a farm oM25 rcred i ting t e farm of E II Wakers There Is a t vo room house on the place the laud Is all in grass Terms to the undersign or to E II Walker near the premises This 8th of September 1900 p s I have 2 or 3 nice jertey cows calves for sale A 13 Sept 4t Taken Up as Entray One red weight between 175 and 200 pounds long nose with pig to my house about fifteen days ago Owner can get same by paying for this advertisement and damagedone Jim R Bill Ky sep133t salesman ClerkYes a An Explnuiui r races Farm darAL X R Ii D I sow T5 d Tribune lout fortune itt Lancaster Pythias or Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights an Viternallv invit ed J E Kovxsqx C C G B SWINEBROAI 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 I Spring and Sum mer goods at cost Come get some of these bargai ns Saute D Tiilett ORGANIZED 1883 PITffiS NATIONAL BAnK OF LANCASTER FT Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and 1rompt Attention Guaranteed J M niaaiNBOTHAM Prealden LEWIS Y LEAVKU VlcePreaideni B F HUDSON Cashle W O EIONBT Assistant Cashi GD WALKKB Bookkeene DIRECTORS JMHIGOINBOTHAM LEWIs Y LEAVBLL T M ARNOLD B F HUDSON JJTTAL2K For Sale Privately Thirty acres more or lesslying in tint forks of the Richmond tumid Copper Creek pikes in 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