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WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN.
SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Toll Ss-red. lO Tias-es Orea:.
Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16,50 Suits now for $1 0. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED.
Fine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Fine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville.
COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP.
J. L. Frohman &Co.,
Always this time of the year my desire is to get rid of
all the goods in my line whether Xget cost or not and my
customers always reap a great "benefit. This time my bar
gains will he
GREATER THAN EVER,
so first coming will get the Cream, All goods in the mil
linery line go in this sale.
MRS. MOODY IIAEDEN.
FRIDAY, July 21,
"PT? P ft A"XT A T I
Judge Hemphill is spending the weelc
at Crab Oi chard.
MUs Xannee Harris is visiting1 rela
tives near McCrcary.
Miss Xellie Dillon has returned from
a pleasant visit to Corbin.
Dspot Aent Patterson is rusticating
in the mountains this week.
Mrs. S. D. Rothwell, of Dripping
Springs, was here this week.
Mr. John M. Logan is in the moun
tains on business this week.
Mr. S. Jordm, of Xicholasville, was
in our city Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Lizzie and Mattie Thompson
are visiting relatives in Stanford.
Miss Annie Austin has returned
from a visit to friends in Crab Orchard.
Miss Sadie ISaughman, of Richmond,
is visiting her aunt, .Mrs. E. W. Mor
row. A large crowd of young folks attend
ed the ball at Crab Orchard, Friday
Mrs. William Uerkcle and daughter,
Alma, have returned from a visit to
Miss Lelia S. Dade, of Henderson, i&
visiting Mrs. C. T. Jenkins, near Ury
antsville. Miss Lena Gorden Tillett is expect
ed this week to visit Misj Maggie
Misses Ella Moore and MaryPerkin'!,
of Danville, have been Mrs. Wm. Ro
Dr. Hugh Grant and family left this
week for several week's visit to Drip
Mr. R. Avrett, of the Rryanlsville
neighborhood visited W. B. Jarvis' one
day this week.
Mr. Wade Bush is expected this week
from St. Louis, to visit his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Rush.
Mrs. Dolph Rice, of Danville, has
been visiting Mrs. Elbert Smith, at
Mrs George Farri
Herbert Price, of Danville, was here
Saturday on his way to Crab Orchard
Springs, for two weeks.
Mrs. V. T. May and son, James,
were visiting at Mr. W. li. Jarvis' the
first of the week.
Miss May Jarvis, who hes been con-
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For terms address
G-nti TTnfVnn.TiTi. Pron'r.-
m ' is
fined to her be J for three weeks wi.h
fever, is convalesing;
Mrs. II. M. l$illou isvisitmr.
Miss Mab'e Royston leaves this week
to visit friends in Middlesboro.
Mrs. Rachel Hemphill is spending a
few weeks at Crab Orchard Springs.
Mrs. J. W. Proctor and daughter,
Mrs. Duncan, of Danville, are guests
of relatives in our citj
Mesdames E W. Harris and S. B
Henry speut 'ihursday with Mrs. J. 11
Carson near Crab Orchard.
Judge Hughes and Clay Hamilton
are working on a Maccabee ledge at
Hubble. This lodge gives good iusui
ance and is about the best we know of.
Mrs. G S Gaines and daughter, Miss
Julia Mae, leaves this week for a visit
to Lexington relatives!
Geo. Lusk was a visitor in this city
Sunday. Jle is on duty as TJ. S. store
keeper in Ande sm county.
Miss Jayuie Shumate, who has been
quite ill at the home of her sister in
London, Ky., is convalescing.
Misses Lizzie and Brace Pumphre'
left this week for an extern e 1 visit to
Lexington, "N'icholasville ar.il Wilmore.
Mrs Carpenter, of Lexiug'o i, and
Mrs. Turner, of Versailles, have been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Carpenter.
Miss Nannie Gaines has retu -ned
from a pleasant visit to Campbellsville.
She was accompanied home by Miss
Mis3 Eugenia Bush entertained at a
dining Monday in honor of one of our
brave soldiers, Sergt. Dick McGrath,
Misses Mary Hendrcn and Irene
Bourne, two pretty girls from Jessa
mine, visited Miss Nellie Bourne in
lower Garrard last week.
Mr. John Mershon and wife, Mrs.
Carper, Mr. J. G. Hagan, Miss Jennie
Mershon, Mr. Tildun Urey, Miss Mat
tingly and Mr. Fred Oakley, of Corbin,
were guests of Miss Nellie Dillon this
Dr. Acton and family have moved
from Lincoln county and taken rooms
at the Lancaster hotel, on Danville
street. Dr. Acton brings high recom
mendations as to his ability as a phy
sician and surgeon. 1 he Recop.d ex
tends a welcome to the doctor.
James Rucker, of Paint Lick, who
has had charge of the telegraph office
here during the illness of operator Mc
Cormick, has gone to Winchester to
take charge of the office just opened
by the Postal Telegraph Company.
Wm. Landram McFarland is visiting
relatives in Lancaster. He is the only
son of Capt. and Mrs W. C. McFarland
and was born and lived in Lancaster
several years. Ho is studying medicine
at a leading school in New York and
his mother is now in that city. He
thinks his father was only slightly
wounded in the San Juan fight and
says he has never bien away from his
company since thebigfiht took place.
Persons troubled with diarrhoea will
be interested in the experience of Mr.
W. M. Bush, clerk o' Hotel Dorrance
Providence, R. I. He says; "For sev
eral years I have been almost a con
stant sufferer from diarrhoea, the fre
quent attacks completely prostrating
me and rendering me unfit f r my
duties at this hotel. About two years
ago a traveling salesman kindly gave
me a small bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Much to my surprise and delight its
effects were, immediate. Whenever I
felt symptoms of the disease I would
fortify myself against the attack with
a few doses of this valuable remedy.
The result has been vry satisfactory
and almost complete rilief from the
affliction." For sale by R. E. McRob
No Fair at Danville.
The efforts to have a fair at Danville
proved in vain, and there will be no
Hard to Tell.
Its hard to say which of the two is
meanest, the man who never pays for a
paper, or the oae who borrows h:s
Fair at Hustouville.
We are under obligations to the
Ilustonville Fair Association for cour
tesies. Their exhibition will be held
August 10, 11 and 12, and promises to
be first-class in every way.
JJlue for the Second.
A dispatch says our soldier boys have
b-en put to work building winter quar
ters at Chickamauga. Instead of fight
ing Spaniard's it now looks as if they
will put in the winter in the woods of
Notice to Prohibitionists.
There will be a mass Convention of
the Prohibitionists oi the 8th Con
gressional District, held at the Court
House in N.eh lasvtlle, on Monday
August 15th ii o'clock p. m. Ollicers
will be elected, and a candidate for
Congress placed in nomination. Any
and every party proh.bition'st in the
District is authorized to attend as a
By order of the Executive Com
July 'Joih 18JS. O. T. Wallace. 31
Makiugr 'Km Hump.
The names of some parties who have
never paid for The Recoiid since we
took charge of it, were sent to the
Chicago Collecting Agency several
weeks ago. That concern is setting a
hot dish for the delinquents and mati
ng them wisn they had toted fair with
us. We have another batch made cut
and they too will be sent if the pirties
persist in refusing to square up with
u. We can not p iblish the paper on
.A big crowd came in Monday but
business was dulL A few sales of
stock were made, which are given
elsewhere. While the demand for
stock was good, yet owners wanted
most too stilt" prices. Farmers are
about through with their wheat. A
little more is to be threshed from the
shock, but most of it has been stacked.
Several said they feared that which
had been stacked would be in bad con
dition by reason of moisture. If the
rains continue that yet in shecks is
sure to spoil.
The Richmond Daily Register says
John Clause and Jack Hollingsworth,
two white men, living on Paint Lick
Creek, were trlel before Judee Sulli
van this morning on the charge of
stealing a horse from James Marcum
and held to the grand jury in the sum
of S300. The evidence adduced at the
trial developed the fact that Clouse
and Hollingsworth had also taken
money from Ma cum, while the latter
was intoxicated and they were im
mediately rearrested on the charge of
A Recoiid man went down to Row
land on the night train Monday and
the excellent connections made caused
him to almost shout from joy. The
train from Louisville gets to Rowland
at the same time the one from Lancas
ter pulls in. The two trains are side
by side and passengers step from one
coach to the other. This train then
runs up to Stanford and waits there
something mora than an hour and
statti back to Cincinnati as soon as
the Knoxville train, going to Louis
ville, gets in. The trains are fitted up
with elegant coaches and make splen
did time. They are well patronized
and the conductor told us the travel
had greatly increased since running
them this way.
For Back Taxes.
The Fiscal Court, at it's meeting
Monday, instructed the county attor
ney to take steps toward instituting
suits against the Crab Orchard and
Richmond turnpike for back taxes.
A msmber of the court tells Tun Rec
obd that tha Crab Orchard pike has
been given in to the assessor at $503
for the seven and one-half miles in
OarrarJ. The company now asks tha
county to pay them $800 per mile for
it, and in fr.ct, the court has offered
SI, 500 for it. '1 he Richmond company
has given in n'o road at 0.5 per mile
and aski the couuty "' The county
has offered $31.50 for this property.
The court' Monday instructed the
utlje to employ additional counsel to
assist the attorney in the matter.
A te'eram to a daily paper says
Capt. Mike Salter and the Legion offi
cers are at outs over some receipts for
clothinjr. Capt Salter is quartermas
ter for the Legion and it seems that
during his absence some one gave out
clothing to the amount of several
thousand dollars. When he asked for
receipts from those getting the stuff,
he was refused. Of course he will get
into no serious trouble over the mat
ter as the men have the clothes and do
not deny getting them. 'I he general
impression here is that the whole thing
is a scheme worked up to worry Sal
ter. The Legion has a lot of pets, and
one of their particular ones was Roy
McDonald, who was quartermaster
and who failed to pass the physical
examination. This rued the feather
bed aggregation and as Salter was
given the place it is quite natural that
the curled darlings should take out
their &pite on him. If they think they
they can bulldoze or run over Mike
they are sadly mistaken. He is an
honest, straight-forward gentleman
and, if nagged at much longer, will
spank every darling in Castlemau's
Special Sea-Shore Excursions, via Ches
apeake and Ohio Kailway.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry., will
run the following excursions to the
Sa-dhore on dates named. The tick
ets will be good going on regular
trains, to which necessary sleeping
cars will ba attached.
On July 10 and August 11th, to At
lantic City .and C:ipi May, via Wash
ington, round trip rate only 14.00
from Lexington and correspondingly
low rates from other Central Ken
tucky points. Tickets good eleven-
On July 2Sth, a round trip rate of
S13 00 will bj made to Old Point Com
fort, Va. Tickets pood going regular
trains and good returning twelve days.
This is the best time to visit Old Point,
owing to the interesting military man
uvers. Send in your name for sleep
ing cars space or for any information
desired. Geo. W. Barney, D. P. A.
tetter from Herndou Young.
Ox the Battle Field, June 20.
We landed on the evening of the
22nd, and camped on shore until 4
o'clock on the next day when we pack
ed up for a march of eleven miles.
After a march of three miles on the
morning of the 25th we were fired up
on by the Spaniards who were hiding
in the bushes. After a three hours'
fight the Dons made a hasty retreat
toward Santiago six miles distance.
There was only 930 of us asrainst sev
eral thousand Spaniards. General
Wheeler said he never heard of stand,
ing fire like we did.
We are now in sight of Santiago and
a grand sight it is too, waiting before
we make a grand attack, for our heavy
artillery to arrive'and be place 1 on the
hill that commands the town.
Had the Spaniards known the pos
ition they had us in they could have
massacred every one of us, instead we
had but 8 killed. Captain McClintock,
Majjr Brodie aud Norman 0.-ra3 were
I thing after we take the city we
will have a good time.
Two thousand Cubans are in front
of us ready to go into Santiago.
The island in this part is very moun
tainous and coconuts are plentiful.
Oar band is playing and it takes one
back to Phoenix, where I would often
like to be. Very truly
Troop B 1st. Vol. Cav.
Remaining In Lancaster Post Office week
ending July 35.
Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac; Brant,
Jarrott; Dudderar, Jno. T.; Huggens,
Sanders; Williams. R. L. One letter
addressed Miss Mattie Lee Basse tt.
Madison Co., no post office given.
When called for, say "advertised."
kf AuiiuA CUBAN RELIEF cures
f laHICrS CoUc, Neuralgia and Toothache
vin five mutes sour Stomach
and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents.
Hiram Bowlin sold to Geo. A. Bal
lard a small bunch of lambs at 3 l-2e
John Ponder, w o for some time has
been in rather poor health, is now
confined to his room.
R. G. Mitchell, who, only two weeks
ago left for Cincinnati, to be gone two
years, was home on a visit Sunday.
If the frequent showers continue a
few week's longer, some of our farmers
will have to "pull their old barns down
and build greater,' or else leave some
of their crop outside.
'Squire J. A. Baker and wife left
this week for a month's visit in the
West and North. They will first
speed two weeks with their son, John
M., and other relatives at Piattsburg,
Mo , then coming back to Ohio, will
spend a w-ck with each of their two
sons, Wm. 11., and Chas. M., who live
E. W. Baker is again "holding the
fort" at Baker's school-house, for the
15th term, aud is now having an at
tendance of nearly 00 pupils. Both
the teacher and the children seem to
feci very much at home and report
things moving along pleasantly. Some
of the prcsuut pupils are children of
some of his former pupils.
Sick headache, biliousness, constipa
tion and all liver and stomach troub
lesican be quickly cured by using those
famous little pills known as DoWitt's
Little Early Risers. They arc pleas
ant to take and never gripe. Stormcs
Drug Store. lm
We have had plenty of rain.
Master Norman Grow entertained a
number of young friends Sunday.
Mrs. Tom Montgomery is very sick
at this writing.
Miss Edna S-ott, who is teaching
school atGunu's Chapel, spout Satur
j.iy and Sunday with her mother and
father at home. Mrs. Bessie Scott and
two daughters, Bettie and Ruby, spant
a few days I ist week with Mrs. Emma
Peel, near Nicholasville.
W. II. Furr sold five lambs to Ben
Robinson for S23.
Ebb Cook sold his old sheep to Law
son & McCarley fori- per head, also
his lambs for 4 l-'i per hundred.
Miss Virgie Worrel opened school at
Lawson school house Monday with
Rev. Johnson, assisted by Rev. Lay,
are holding a protracted meeting at
Good Hope church.
Rev. T. II. Campbell, the Lancaster
minister, is visiting W. II. Furr and at
tending the meeting.
Thousands of persons have been cur
ed of piles by using De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and
cures eczema and all skin diseases It
gives immeditte relief. Stormes Drug
Get One of Hese Boasters Free!
Call at my store and we will ex
plain. I aui still in the lead with
Goods are all fresh. I can please
LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY.
PLEASE GIVE US A
1 1 ML U
Ladies 50 cent hose for 35 cents.
Gents 50 cent Suspenders lor 35 cents,
I also guarantee to duplicate any prices made
elsewhere on Merchandise. Call and inspect.
J. W. SWEE1TEV.
! P ' or
A fence that always keeps its shape
because it's built that way
Nsthln? lint vv. z: lircivilv ga'vanlttd wire
made of best Hcssc-mct steel i seil iu its con.
Mir.ction amt in all the so different stylci
made turn's bllfcitidt ofstcU and leaves the
stock unharmci while the fence standi strong
pj THIS hinge-joint makes an ad-
ven's stay wires froir.
rimp makes rs t'ght a
fonce insunracrasin win-
r, r.nd preveiilsstay v.'ire
rom being displaced.
There's r.o fence that excels
It; and few, if any, as good.
1UEP.ICAN STHEL AND WIRE CO., PITTSBURG, PA.
roa SALS BY
Should know that tha
"Old Tluiu" Jiemedy,
(Tsthc hect forrn!cTrmiM. Corrects a.l
lrre;rulRrlUesiiiF:.ialu organs. MiotilillK)
lukHH for ' w.xt oi Life ar.rt hefore Ca!U-Blrth.
Flistcrs "M Tine" J:enraic3 liavo btvklttie
tist lor tvvoiti ye
alaiooniyb Wt-wSjuncpr Jleil'MneOx, Chat-
tun.; 3, .c:;e&cc.
For sale by R. E McRobjrts.'Lar.caster J 530mwwowir3
OF GARRARD COUNTY LAND.
On Friday, Ansnst l'Jth at 10 o'cloclc a.
m. I, J. VT. Poor, as-,igiit-e of William Dunu
will offer for sale on the premises 2 inilea
norrh-west of Jlryantsville, Ky., la Garrard
of good. Improved fnrmlns laiuNnnd 75 or 100
acre of timbered cliff lands adjoiniui;. which
win ue tnrouii iu wun the lurm. The im
provement.'! coiuist of a lame stock: l.aru. crib
and ciw shel-. ire ho'ie. granaries .te. Plea
ty oi iruu iiiui never lalllng water.
TERMS: One third cash on January 1st.
'JJ, balance In two cnual iivinent-t in one.
and two year'' with f. per cent interest from
January Ut ls'JJ. The ilrst payment to be se
cured uy approver! innorsers. u.m on or au-dres-i
William Duun or the undersigned at
St J.W. POOR, Assignee.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-
Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights
of Pythias, meets every Thursday
night in Odd Fellows hall. All vis
iting Knights are fraternally invi
ted. G. B. SWIXEBROAD, C.C.
J. E. Robinsox, K. R. & S.
All persons havins claims ayiin-i the es
tate of T. L. Harris, deceased, will present
them, properly proven, to Joseph Arnold, ad
ministrator of said T. L. Harris, or to 11. H
Totnlinsou, attorney, within the next thirty
days. All persons knowing themselves in
debted to said T. I.. Han is, dee'd.. will plcaci
come forward and pay same to said admiuis
This July 11. 1j05 Joseph Arnold.
Adm'r. T. L. Harris, dee'd.
j W. H. LACKEY j
I Successor to Lackey & Gulley.
I LIVERY SHE. !
I HANDSOME TURNOUTS,
I RE A SONABLE PRICES.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
& f!lk THAN