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I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class JIatterl NUMBER j F 3t enttn tt b TENTH YEAR y CY 4 ti T PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Cor Public Square and Dauvilie Avenue 1 s LOOK Kens Saddles 275 up Good sat Harness 750 Extra Blind Bridles 75 2 Good Back Bands 25 All Leather Collar 85 Pair Trace Chains 25 BREECHING HAMES COLLAR PADS Best ap in Town Col W G Welch Stanford W I Williams WELCH 4 mm All business attended to promptly BliZLEYiBAUBHHAH FUNERAL DIRECTORS I JJi 1 Two H rse J R HASELDEN Lancaster Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ky I I ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancas er Ky LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 13 1899 LOCAL HAPPENINGS nnunnunnnnn Ilt IIt i111111t h 711UUJUlUlUJUlUIIIlIll11111J11JUJ11J11d11AU111U11J11UIUJU r India Linens at JOSEPHS v Valentine Bush Beans atT Currey Taffeta and Fancy Silks atJOSEPHS The latest in Dress Goods at JOSEPHS Third degree work at K P lodge tomorrow night See the Laces and Hamburgsat JOSEPHS FV Get our prices on Harness and Sad dlery J R Ilasclden Best buggy harness in town cheap W J ROMANS Late styles of sash buckles 2nd up THOMPSON the Jeweler Everything new and stylish in Lad ies fine Oxfords LOGAN ROBINSON If you want stylish tailor made suit leave your order with LOGAN Roll Ladle Aid Society L Will meet with Mrs Walter Beazley Saturday afternoon at 230 Look out for Swindlers on Rubber tires W J the best made Examine the American No 20 Chill ed Plow at Haseldens it is guaranteed Experience has taught us how to measure you for a stylish toilor made suit LOGAN ROBINSON Fancy Clover and Timothy sold and delivered anywhere in tiwn by G S Gaine Cozy lEuinc Mr Robt Embry has about complet ed a cozy residence on Lexington street We can show you 1000 samples for tailor made suits Confe to us we will dress you correctly LOGAN ROBIN Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Rutricious and Digestable Nothing like it II C Potts Ky G S C Denny has broken ground for a handsome residence on his lot Co Collier and Cyrus Eason on Lexington Street s INSON Roman has fullv I SON Buckeye I C lralsen between 1 Onion Sets cheap at T C Jf Ladies Muslin Underwear at Lovely Piques and Ginghams at POSEPHS s Will give 8 ctsxdozen for eggs this week JL B NOUTHCOTT N Pie plant roots for sale 0c per doz J C TnojiPsoN Carpets in therollJ Beazley Co See our line of Ladies Oxfords LOGAN ROBINSON Sell Swast and Irish Potatoes AH I kinds Cheap at T Currdys Maple trees for Spring planting C Thompson to be given away at We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley Co Car Iron and Bones H B North cott Clover Grass Grass and Seed at G S GAINES A large lot of Collars Pads Hames Tracechains and wagon breeching going cheap J R Haselden Closing out our flower seed prices for two J C THOMPSON See our line of Hemp Cotton and Wool Carpets Also line of Matting We sell them cheap Logan Dry Goods Company If you want to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell you one from 1 to cheap T CUIUIEY Seed I have of fancy hemp seed for sale Gs GAINES Eggs and ChickensXdood price paid Bring them in before prices drop H B Jforthcott Is r Ladies see the Crepuns J I v Dont forget the big Range JOSE See it Timoth Blue Orchard Oats BuIlding 4 acreS at Josep Cooing rlIs Uutcd Vow tt eels Lots about twent five bushels Vatted t3s pits SPRING OXFORDS ON DISPLAYI r E T Jli AJ If you want a nice pair of Up ToDate Oxfords Call on us Our Styles are the Latest OUR IBWPST L PRICES THE 11 i REMEMBER our Mens all wool suits at 500 The greatest line of Mens Snits in Gen tral Kentucky at 750 10 12 and 15 Come and get a suit going fasttheyare 6 SEE OUR MENS PATENT LEATHER SHOESl Made by Florsheim of Chicago You will buy a pair OUR IS THE LATEST OUR BATS ARE STYLISH OUR DERWEAR WILL PLEASE YOU LOGAN ROBINSON All kind all NECKWEAR UN i iI ar e 9 1 J7 0 4 kh q h Shirts for Everybody prices J I wish to rent out the be longing to Mrs Susan Fisher o Lex ington street Possession given mediately J W SWEENEY We carry a ling of Carpets and tings in stock ready for immediate delivery LOGAN DRY GOODS Co i Now is the time to have your old Pllcaton or surrey new work verylow prices WM ROMANS John 1C Faulkner A telegram this morning states that John K Faulkner died last night at Silver Creek of congestion of the lungs No further particulars could be learned ForRent The large Lodge Room over Post otlicc Will make good otliccs Call on W T West or W McC Johnston for particulars W O Bradley Bought ami will Build Capt Tom purchased of Seymore lliatt and Bob ITamilton their lots on Crab Orchard street facing Cemetery for 325 Capt will erect a handsome dwelling thereon Couldnt account of illness of Lieut GOY Worthington Gov Bradley could not go with the railroad committee to New York Mr Farra understands the matter thoroughly and Garrards interest will be well set forth Jno V Dead Mr Jno W Logan died at his res idence on the Stanford pike Friday in his 74th year IIe was a prominent man honest reliable and a Christian gentleman The remains were in Lancaster Cemetery Sunday Barred Plymotlirocks I have a fine pen of the above and will sell at 50 cents per setting of 15 They are medium size splendid layers and mature early Leave orders at McRoberts Drug Store tf R W McRoberts Headquarters Changed Since our article in regard to the ho tel foundation was published the gas bags have lazily dragged themselves back to the stores and are now telling why the new railroad will not be built Enforce the loitering ordinance and it will be a great benefit to the town Social Club The Social Club will meet again night in Masonic Hall The discussion of tits Philipinc question at last meeting was quite interesting A splendid program will be given at next meeting Evcybody is cordially invited to be present Pay Your School Tax The Garnird Circuit Court has de cided that the Lancaster Gradedf Com mon School is on a legal basis and that the school tax must be paid and un less paid at once levies and sales will be made By order of the Board of Trustees E W Harris Collr New Stand We are now in our new building corner Crab Orchard and Campbell streets better prepared than ever to furnish Flour in exchange for wheat Farmers bring on your grain and get- a good turnout second in qual ua2tLevy In Boyle tax levy for this year is thirtynine and a half cents ded as follows For county roads nine cents for payments on turnpikes and keeping up same fourteen and a half cents ordinary expenses sixteen cts On the sixteen cents for ordinary ex penses seven cents is for the improv ment on the court house A Paint Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale Persons who have used ibsay its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Sweeney Scratches Enlarge ment Greasy Heel etc It is sold on a written guarantee arid money re funded if not as represented Beady for Business Come and give your measures and save a few dollars Best quality at shoddy prices from Wanamaker and Brown and Howard Tailoring com pany You can get the first choice by coming now and order suit to come when you want it Suits tailormaed from 10 to 30 Readytowear Suits 750 to 20 Come while I am at home Fit and quality quaranteed All wool M D HUGHES Agent Runaway Wednesday afternoon a team be longing to Mr Donahuebecame fright ened on Danville avenue and dashed through the street at great speed The animals tried to turn in the cross all street at Arnolds shop but could not make the turn and struck the resi dence of Dr Grant A hole about four feet square was torn through the brick wall scattering brick and il tar all over the kitchen which Is the basement The mules and driver escaped uninjured but the wagon was wrecked a a on property made firstclass Austin Go- On Logan interred chickens Saturday eli of flour 01 BoYlecountys everywhere im 1 buggy Dead Austin has fit 1 min C rr qr z a to T nix of 24t for at on aid few can and the pre Colored llecriiits The War Department has wired Lt w T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ky to enlist coloredap plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser vice sending the former to Fort Grant Arizona and the latter to Fort Doug lass Salt Lake City This cellent opportunity for young colored men to get into the regular Army Recruit for white Infantry and Caval ry regiments are also wanted Apply LIEUT W T JOIIXSTOX f10tf Main St Lexington Ky V C T U An interesting meeting of the W C U was held last Saturday at which The Problem of the Individual was discussed The subject for discussion the coming Saturday will be am a WhiteRibboner All members earnestly requested to be present at each meeting and new members arc at all times cordially welcomed Meetings are held every Saturday over the National Dank Killed in a Shaft His Mr W G of this place has received a announcing the death of John a son of J Roe Young near Phoe Arz The young man had a position at a mine and report says he fell into the shaft a distance 100 feet killing him instantly No further particulars have yet been re ceived by relatives here The family have great sympathy from many Ken tucky friends Convention In obedience to a call on March 1801 by the Republican the second rant Road District a mass convention will in the court room in Lan caster Ky on Monday 17th ISm 1 oclock P M for the purpose of selecting delegates to represent Gar nird Count in the convention to be tuff at Music Hall Louisville Ky on April IJrh to m nuiU a candidate for Rail Road Commissioner D R CoLMKKCbm Squire J S Murphy aged eghty five an old and highly respected resi dent of Lincoln county died Saturday the of his daughter Mrs Liz Rice near Hedgeville The funer al was held at Stanford Sunday Squire Murphy was a native of Wayne county and commenced life as a tan ncr Later he was promincnf bank ing circles in Stanford Deceased was member of the Christian church for sixtydwo years A theatrical troupe traveling in coyerod wagon struck the town Monday and gave a show in the Court House A small crowd attended cum posed mostly of boys who entertained themselves by commenting aloud up the dancing of the bandy shanked woman in a knee dress The artists were so bum that jailer Dave Ross fired the whole shooting match from the building and they sailed im mediatly for a more congenial clime Twill be many days before another trav troupe gets the use of the Court House ITiiclo Joe topper One of the most interesting individ of Central Kentucky Uncle Hopper says the Lexington Tier IJe was for years an organizer of Sabbath schools and is now a success ful evangelist He perhaps knows more men and has more friends than any other man in this section and men have done more good in more ways to more people than Uncle Joe His preaching and praying and sing ing have attractions all their own and not fail to help those who hear him Go to Work patsshines as brightly as it ever did our wives and sweethearts are as sweet 1st lovable as ever the pure air of heaven is as free and the breezes as in vigorating as in days of yore Now lets quit moping and growling and complaining and go to enjoying the many blessings that are spread out be fore us and be thankful for what we have Half of our woes in life are imaginary and most of the other half are selfinflicted Disgusting The shooting of pistols on the streets at night has become to be a nuisance of the largest proportions Hardly a night passes without ten to hundred shots being fired within town limits and most frequently the Public Square To those living near the Square this has become tol exceedingly If only one otticec is to be employed he should by means ba put on night duty It is hard to have to pay taxes for Police protection and then be kept awake nearly every night by drunks rowdies who not only kick up the dev generally but endanger life and property When some good citizen is killed by a stray bullet probably steps will then be taken to put a stop to this highhanded outrage nnllll tat home is ones I afternoon grandfather Anderson telegram D lucrative made Committee Commissioners beheld county April J brXf h I I thing monotinous I 1Yhy are lass h greasy g tty Y ja f r ing day trip the but Col Will S Hays SIJH The boy who generally succeed in life is the pour boy who has o hustle for a living during the day and get his edu cation at night It is the boy with pluck muscle and hint who general ly gets there white featherbed pet is standing around sucking wind and killing time waiting for his opportunity to light out over the hill to the poorhouse after he has helped to spend what the old man worked hard for and couldnt take with him when he died Spring Openings The regular openings of spring mil linery is looked forward to with much pleasure by the female population but the rain kept many of them in the house Saturday and they had to wait until this week Noel sisters and Miss Sallie Tillett the Lancaster have brought on lovely lines of hats ribbons etc this season and their stores are fixed up as pretty as any city establishment and the most fastidious dressers can tied what they want right here at home Those who have not seen them should come in at once before the stocks are broken Keiituclty8 Dead at Chickamauga No braver men ever fell The has honored them by the erection of a magnificent monument Tire Governor and his Staff state otli cials citizens and friends will partici in its dedication WendesdayMay Rates on the Queen Crescent Route fare for the round tripMay and 2nd good to May 6th return Georgiji her monument May 2nd Kentucky May 3rd Illinois May 4th Let all Kentuckians goand swell her representation on this great Remember one fare for theoundr via The Queen Crescent Route Ark Shooting Monday night about ten oclock as Alex Gill better known as Buggy Horse was entering a door of the Ark on Battle Row two shots were fired at him by parties armed with a shotgun Buggy was struck in both legs and painfully wounded He says there were two men standing about fifty feet from him and after firing gun then shot at him with a pis The shot passed through the door and struck Anderson darkey making a slight wound flushing a game of cards in which Leaven and several others were en gaged It has not been learned who fired the shots as both parties ran as soon as doing the shooting It was evidently done by parties who wanted Buggys scalp LATER Will has been arrested for the shooting says he will have no trouble in proving an alibi s nh ligLt dealers Commonwealth dedicates Leaven another mid Roys- ton nor Are C one C iyv N i L d N TERMS OF SUBSCRIP fI CO per year in A IIgee Correct Dress Fabrics The new Fabrics are making a great Hit The fun of it is that the prices dont hit your pocketbook hard y Dress Goods They get a most liberal showing here the Blacks always popular always rich and dressy they hold first place in the affections of many women This years assortment surpasses anything we have gathered before Our offerings of Organdies Dimities Lawns White and Colored Piques Ginghams and all kinds of Wash Fab rics arc the cream of the seasons pickings The colorings are Rich and Beautiful and qualities arc much superior to what might be at the prices we ask for them CO Black expected The LOCAN DRY COODS2IIA sK a On to New York Garrards representative John M Farm joined the committee at Friday and the entire party went to New York Saturday where an engagement was had with the Southern Railway people to meet Tuesday The committee was armed with maps surveys statistics and talk enough to build a road around the world and if they dont get the mat ter before President Spencer in a fa vorable way it will be a surprise Each representative from other carried an absolute guarantee of the right of way and our man can safely say that our people will do what is right by the road Whileof course there is possibility of failure yet we believe we have every reason for be think it will be built It is now a settled fact that the Southern has bought the Air Line running from Louisville to St Louis Owning the Louisville Southern to Burgin isnt a natural inference that the company will want to connect by building the 95 mile link on to Middlcsborc where their southern lines terminate At any rate its worth the while and money to make a fight for and it is gratifying to see how the have taken hold of the matter KIND WORDS The Lancaster RECORD was ten years old last Saturday It is a bouncing boy and is able to hold its own in a large crowd We watch for its appearance at our otlice as it teems with news and its tone is always cheerful rNicholasville Demo crat Last Thursday the Lancaster REC OKD passed its tenth milepost Itwas founded by a Christian gentleman of the highest type the lamented Jas R Marrs who gave it up to its proprietor Louis Landram a successor and one who has never tinue to be a credit alike to its its present proprietor and to the good county of ClimaxThe RECORD was 10 years old lastweek and is one of the best ex changes that comes to this office Landram has done as much for the building up of Lancaster as any citizen in it and the people are their appreciation of it by subscri bing for the RECORD Jessamine Journal K C Branch SouthbndMixed passes Laneuttr IX J A jc jciKorthbnd Passgr 952AX Louisville businessmen nice always present worth ofpublicfoun- ds GarrardRichmond Louis showing U Ax iG counties North North bad fI L f r l d I T TTR L RD1 1 EVERY WERH LSDRur tl CASTER KENTUCKY tiprsr A ikJ B- YFOvL Pnblii her f o tc Ji5 tfll JIONT110 YSj2 JOt CE I r THREE It 25 f3 1Qw THURSDAY April 13 1819 A mn HAT GEOKGK contin itt to give evidence that he is the gjvitest and brainiest of Americans He has given to the Manila correspon dent of Leslies Weekly an interview rarmlg the suggestion that he be made a candidate for President next year The Admiral said I am a sailor and a sailor has no politics the administration is his party be it Republican or Democratic it makes no difference Then again I come from Vermont You know what that mesas To be anything but a Ht publican in Vermont is to be a man without a party My nag lieutenant c nnes from Georgia and he tells me tnt to be anythingbuta Democrat in tK South is to be nobody If I lived i the South I should probably be a Dmocrnt Admiral Dewey said tnt neither by vocation disposition eJiciiion or training was he capacita bid to till the Presidential chair He s mid that he was too well along in life tj consider such possibilitie that tins health would not admit it and that all his lifes work was along different lines of effort Jnu Kentucky InterCollegiate Or atorical Contest was held in Lexington the other night and that good old town was made to ring by the yells of the longhaired highcollared young josters representing the several The gettersup of these should be indicted for malicious d struction of railsplitting material After a boy wins it is a long time be fore he comes to the conclusion he must learn how to work In fact it sometimes happens that tim head swolen to an enormous size and ivMin r but tha cirKy air of 11 reduce it The breath wasted in tuese speeches could be used much more appropriately in learning to give the proper accent on and Haw JTox C C McCnottD was nomim tsd for railroad commissioner by the Democratic Convention at Frankfort The several candidates for governor or rather their friends were conspicu ous throughout the meeting and were pulling the wires for the advancement of their interests Some excitement vas created when a young fellow nam ed Graves eight 50 bills and said they were given him by Chas E Summers for votes for McChord Some Iwlievc the statement true but others think it only a bungling job to help those on Graves side of the fence At any rate the fellow who tried to work the game made a failure and is now 400 shy Co i lACicCniNN says so far as he is concerned the trouble between he and C arlie Bronston is at an end lie sjys it was purely personal and an ex amination of his record will show had trouble with any gentleman I am not the bully remarks the c lonel some people in the country h ive pictured me requires more jjniiiriR bravery not to take human life than it requires to take it Well in be they wont tight but what will bcome of the reputation for being bad uns if cold lead is not used when the men meet A WASHINGTON dispatch to Sundays CourierJournal says ExCongressman G o JI Davison is in the city en route t New York Judge Davison will re tarn to Washington in a few days and will remain here until his contest ajainst Representativeelect Gilbert i briefed and fully prepared for pre sentation to an Committee Judge Davison states that he will not become a candidate for Governor un der condition prefering a seat in the House to the Governors chair THE peace treaties were signed Tues day at the White House and Spain and Uncle Sam have kissed and made up So far so good but Uncle Sams troubles are not over by a jugfull and there is no telling when the old fellow will be able to hang up his rifle day we have reports that the trou bee in the Philippines is nearing an end but the papers also contain ac counts of hard fighting The Eagle King of all Birds is noted for its keen sight clear aud distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes sore eyes of any kind of granulated Sold at 25cts McRoberts Drug Store 1m Mutton is healtheirand cleaner than any other animal Its are not hidden and the sheep eat no filth they impart no scrofula Qr trichina but nutritious as our is it might be made better With better attention farmers might serve themselves and the public better Lang Irritation Is the forerunner to Dr Bells PineTarHoney will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twenty five cents at McRob rts Drug Store 1m Ifow tat the barren East wind has T een succeeded a soothing Sou wester there ground for the hope that the backbone has been broken nay rood prophet This is tQ a a Spring or Summer Stanford JpuraaL DEWY institutions remains poverty- w Gee produc d attempted hen er I t Electiop any st es lids at the lcsh of dis- Cl C J cousumpt son t s Louisi 2 s contests miserable I Every mutton Times r jRr WffiWWWWWtyWWI AI Parts of Garrard 7 J 1 From 1 ZiHUU1U1H lUHHHUnHUAUA l llUU UiHU6UAUAU AiUUJ Mason Pollard sold to F B Kemper j and G C Woods a lot of corn 5L75 per barrel People in this community are pre paring to plant their gardens hoping that spring has come at last Mr llcuben Tsaytor celebrated his 75th birthday last We should suppose that he was rather weary when night came as it is some what remarkable for one of his age T D Scott visited in Kicholasvillc and Lexington this week Mrs Ebb Dickcrson of Buckeye visited her Mrs Mike Kennedy last week Mr and Mrs Mason Pollard visited their parents at ITcdgeville Sunday Miss Lucy Scott of Xicholasville is visiting her parents T D Scott and wife Mrs Mary Floyd of Boyle and Miss Tine Johnson of Marccllus visited Mrs IT D Aldridge last week Mr II Bogie and wife spent Sunday with friends in Danville Rev VV M Kuykendall and daugh ter Miss Mary spent Monday night with Mrs Colby Jenkins ville Many naople suffer untold tortures from plies because of the popular that they can not be cured Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment will curs them It has met with absolute success Price r0 cts in tubes C C J E Stormeslm A beautiful line of summer at Mrs A S ITaselden Will Boners horse got loose Sunday night and ran away upsetting several vehicles but doing no serious dam age J S Haseldcn has employed Will Smith of Danville an expert saddle workman Jim Moss of Jessamine killed him self on the 10th inst lie was married about two months ago to a Miss Can terGeorge Mukcs a colored man was found deai on the farm of Jim Burn side having been killed by an un known person was time verdict by the Coroners jury Mesdames Dunn and Ballard attend ed the millinery opening in Lancaster Mi S Hattie Jennings of Lower Garrard visited relatives here Sunday Miss Bessie ling and Mrs Z Bur dett visited in Lincoln this week Mr Ike Montgomery an aged of the Mt Hebron vicinity died April 0 and was buried in Mt Hebron cemetery He had been a good and useful man and will be missed in the community in which he lived lIe leaves a large family who have the sympathy of thecommunity in their bereavementThrough goodness of the Lord my faithful prayes and the faithful prayers of my dear Christian friends and the assistance of human agencies in the way of medical skill attentive and competent jjursing I am on the road to recovery Oh what a blessing if we keep His commandments We will realize the beauties of the prec ious promises of the Lord With a hciirt overflowing with gratitude I thank the dear people of Bryantsvillo and vicinity fur their unusual kind ness to me during my hang illness and my prayer is that they may finally gain an inheritance in the city viiose streets are paved with gold where sickness suffering pain and sorrow are not known but all is a charm of endless joy G rcatfully Yours W C AUMBTKONG For frost bites burns indolent sores eczemas skin disease and especially Piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate counterfeit it Its their endorse ment of a good article Worthless goods are not imitated Get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes We are sorry to say that Mr Mike Forbes eyes are no better but he has a new doctor and we sincerely hope they will soon be strong Mr II L Warner visited his sister Mrs J W Perrin at Stanford the early part of the week Misses Lillie Varner and Jennie Ilardin visited Miss Hattie Jones of Buckeye Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs W K War net visited relatives in Stanford the son at Tea tersville Saturday night and Sunday Cuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal if you apply Bal lards Snow Liniment Price 25 its and 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m John IT McQuerry and Thomas White sold their crop to Charles Prayes and E II Walker for 7 cents round S E Hammack bought one cow Murray The sick ones in this neighborhood are better except IJew land who is very ill at tfr is writing Weak Eyes Are Made Strong did vision made clear styes removed aJ granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the of Sutherlands Eaglt Eye salve Its put up in tubes and so en a guarantee at 3I5BobertsIrug tee 1m ii tnc 7 I l arksb r for I sister at llryants bottles 5c a- tBtly ntsvil1 millinery rendered and Drug- Store McCrcarSl t HaInn1ack of tobacco from Chas far r 4 Wednesday impression citi- Zen Minnie L Miss Niia use c ry I at 1- r N Alex Simpson bought oC Joseph Simpson 3 cattle at 3700 W B Burton bought oC different parties a lot of hogs at 3i cents per poundMessrs Robert and Will Ivirrjiaird of your city were in our village Monday afternoon Miss Hattie Tones is with Miss Minnie Hcndren of this week Misses Myrtle and Lottie Nave of Long Branch were visiting friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr aud Mrs Alex Miles and daughters of Nicholasville were with relatives and attended church here Sunday Mrs Ebb Dickerson spent the greater part of the week with her fathers family at Marksbury Miss Ilattie Bogie and brother John have returned from a visit to relatives in Murcer Miss Nannie Harris of your city is the charming guest of Miss Mary Leavel much to the delight of a certain young man of this place This community lost ono of her best citizens when Mr E W Lawless p His death oc urea at the of his sister Mrs Dunn at Milliclgeville lie had been in very poor health for soma time but Intel regained suttlcont strength to visit his sister but soon grew worse and death resulted on a very short time His remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery beside his wife who died a few ago To the loved ones behind we extend our sympathy These horrid fits of depression mol ancholy low spirits and sudden that sometimes afilict even good tempered people is due to the blood being permeated with black bile Ilerbine will purify the blood restore health and cheerfulness Price 50cts Q C J E Stormcs 1m P S Terrill sold to J B Leavell one weanling calf at 20 Bennie Poor is very ill at this with some kind of throat affec tionGo to J E Scott for farming tools of every description He can supply your wants Dr Eley of Danville preached an interesting sermon at Harmony church last Sunday at 11 oclock James Burnside of near this place is erecting an addition to his dwelling and is getting along nicely with the work James Christopher sold to L IT Hudson of Camp Dick Robinson his crop of lint hemp at 450 per hundred deliveredThe V T Willis of Browns Chapel will hold the second quarterly meeting at this church next Saturday and Sunday the 15th sing Kith Miss Minnie Grow of Wilmore is visiting friends in this vicinity this week Mr and Mrs J W Baker of Versailles will visit the family of J Saturday and Sunday John L Christopher and wife made a visit to relatives in Lexington last Sunday and Monday and returned home Tuesday Hollis Spoonamore and family visited his sister Mrs Win Johnson below Harrodsburg last Sun day Hiram Barnett made a short visit to Little Hickman last Sunday and returned home on Monday morn usualFor remedy and one that it perfectly safe tor children let us rec ommend One Minute Cough Cure Jt is excellent for croup hoarseness in the throat and coughs Stormes Drug Store Jerome Layton is paying 3i cts for stock hogs Squire Burton bought Of CJjas Mob erly a horse at 40 The work of repairing Freedom church wiH begin soon Lige Baker bought of Joe Simpson of Buckeye one bull for 40 Next Sunday is regular meeting day at Freedom J I Wills is pastor 0 J Moberly was a witness for the Commonwealth at Richmond against Dick Wheeler of this county for money falsely Wheeler gets two years in the pen Mrs Sam Ward of Livingston is visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity John Simpson Buckeye has recovered sufficiently to visit parents this week Wiley Prcwijb is the happy father of a girl baby Mrs EUar Baker and Miss Mary Prew itt of Madison county are visiting Mrs Wiley Prewitt James Wiley and Thomas Murphy engaged in a pitched battle on Sunday jast when the latter received a death about one hour Mug 22 years and Wiley 17 both of good families as live in this section S D Turner landed Wiley in jail at Richmond where ho ill call for a speedy trial He s shot in self defense as Murphy thers were advancing on him Working Tight and fie Busiest and littlt- tilmv is Tr TTinnsNVnx Every prim is sugar oajbeii globule of iieaitfytijat changes weal ness into strength iisttessjjess energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up th health Only 25c per box Sold ty 3L JEL McEobbrts t- DiUCIeye left Lf AII Buena Vista writing D Robinson mink 1- 1MITina obtaining of his strokeliving phy was was Life Pills Madison home years irritability tackling bray mightiest ever made o in y IPlafwood Mrs Ebb Scott is very sick at this writingThere will be a daily mail at Ftat wood now J C Fox bought a mule from Jas Worrell for 18 J C Fox bought Frank Gross farm of 15 acres for 200 We are having a very flourishing Sunday school at Good Hope Charlie Graves bought John Mc Querrys and Thos Whites tobacco for 7c all round We fully agree with the correspon dent about the injustice of taxing the people that live on the mud roads to keep up the pikes Milton Grayson and Frank Gross started on a trading expedition to the mountains a few days since with sev eral head of stock There was a show at Lawson school house Saturday night Miss Jennie Scott received the ring as a prize for being the prettiest girl there Mr Len Wilburn will run W If Furrs corn mill every Tuesday and Friday He will also run the black smith shop He is an experienced hand at both trades and will do good work at low prices Not one child dies where ten former ly died from croup People have learn ed the value of One Minute Cough Cure and use it for severe lung and throat troubles It immediatelystops coughing It never fails Stormes Drug Store Wallaceton Wm Caldwell left a few days ago to attend school at Annville Jackson countyBoian Bros received their new boiler a few days ago and will soon be ready to start their mills again Some of our farmers are preparing to sow their oats and also to begin to break their ground for corn George Carter has sold his little farm two miles south of here to a Mr Baker from the mountains and has moved to Berea Mrs E J Wallace is quite sick and her recovery is regarded as doubtful Drs Perkins of our town and Corne lius of Berea agree that her lungs liver and kidneys are diseased It seems possible and even proba ble that a pike from Wallaceton to Berea may be commenced if not com pleted within the present year The enterprise is u worthy one and is being pushed by the leading citizens of both towns Mr Editor please allow me to to the many readers of the REC OUD that even editors da not always mean all they write in their editorsals and that you were only indulging in a thoughtless joke last week when in referring to wifebeaters no doubt the meanest class of men you said To hadeS with all such and then declared yourself willing to go with any band to help hang such men thus of course sending them to hades send also making of yourself a murder or the destination of whom is made very positive in Rev 2215 NQ we are not willing to believe that our worthy editor is that sort of a man Even the most vigorous and hearty people have at times a feeling of and lassitude To dispel this feeling take Ilerbine it will impart vigor and vitality Price 50 cents 1m C C J E Stcrmes Sweeney A tenant house belonging to S burned Wednesday night Mrs J L McGarley has received the sad news of death of her brother inlaw Mr Hiram Bunn pf City Illinois He fell from a loft receiving injuries from which he died in two Jays Mrs Martha Schooler of Paint Lick is visiting in this vi amity Misses KatiePayneand Mat tie Cormney of Preachers vilie Monday with Mrs O B Messrs Parish Mehan Ggo Brown and Miley Walker were in our Sunday Mrs J J spent Monday with at Swee neyOne reason for the English suprem cy in mutton growing is that there the lambs and sheep are fed always upon the best the land affords and pro not confined to short pastures and stubble field To be bound hand and foot for yea s by the chains of disease is the won t form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a slave was made free He says My yife has been so helpless for five years she not turn over bed alone using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully do her own This supreme remedy for female dis cures nervousness sleep le snesSj melancholy back fainting TJi miracle working is a to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Sold by R E Mclfaberts Druggist 1m Farm Iou Q oil Wo Hill ever written suitable for the piano or organ Words and music by J W man It bids fair to have a run of a million copies The same is now being sung in New Yorkr Boston and theatres with immense suc cess and is received with great applauu ice 50 per All readers Street I very I the i I and to y tj es lead cle Only Qc The Old publishers S II 1 c njs Wil copy oJ J to the IltQ Iand Novelty CO No sp lftR I r j suggest weakness Morgan Jay relatives spent Perkins vicinity q friends that could After improved able quickly ache an r medicine Philadelphia iniour paper receive a it- by 20 ceb os nil Mtisi rk- I mx t ye New Wash Coods Hundreds of pieces different styles from those you see at home Genuine Scotch Madras and Ginghams in beautiful line of colors and designs at 18 20 25 and 40c Sure to wash well Fancy linens for waists in chocks strives and solid colors at30c Printed Irish Linens yard wide 50c Best Seersucker Ginghams in alicolors at 12 c Koechlins and Kaufmans finest printed organdies at 25c yd Linen Lawns at 25c Finest printed Dimities at 25c Printed Pigues at 12 15c and u- pi Oooc Allkinds ofSheer goods for Commencement dresses or gandies from 12 c to 100 Swiss Mulls from 25c to 75c Batistes 15 to 50c Dimities India Linens India Mulls etc We will save you some money on any of these Everything you will need to trim up these dressss Twentyfive kinds of White Pigue in Cords checks stripes figures and lace stripes from up New lace stripes plain and puffed for Waists at 10 and 15c and upi Allover Embroideries Tuckings andReveering for waists Yokes and Trimmings from 40c to 4 yd Great line of Irish Point Insertions and Bands from 1 to 6 inch wide from 5c to 50c yd Compare our prices on these special values in Dimity at 12 12 and 17 l2c worth 5c yd more SPECIAL 100 doz Ladies bleached ribbed Vests with taped neck and arms subject to slight Manufac turersim perfections sell every where at two for a quarter our price is 7 12c Complete line of Vests Pants and Union Suits from 10c up and values are such as you cannot equal We have just opened the choicest line fine wash waists ever shown in a small place Price range from 1 to 4 They are perfect in style finish and shape and cannot be copied at home In Silk Waists we show fr enty styles in white black and colors from 3 to 18 all perfect fit All strictly tailor made and with a hang which you do not often see in homemade Skirts Our leader is Cheviot which makes the best possible Shirt Waist Strut These we have in many styles both plain and trimmed from 3 to 12 Ifyou try these on you will appreciate them Tailor Suits We have conscience in our line Try on one and get the price You will be pleased they are out rjglit and show the TailorMade Prices 10 to 30 Cheapest have the coat all Silk lined Our Bilk Stock sis the largest in this section Try us on Silks for Waists or Dressesfor Street or Evening We have them to suit any occasion Satins Taffqtas Peau Dc Soies Libertys Crepe Du chenes Chiffons etc in White Black and Colors line of fancy waists If you cant come to the stock write for samplesw T 13an ille DI1ville Ky 1212c SLimmer Undervear Waists ting Separate Skirts f Big seeOJ whole 7E pure r l I f a Jst Errg f A f l I iPJmuUtt hl I OF THE FAMOUS MONUMENTAT Naticret I AT DEDICATION KNTUCKY 1 MStery Park Our Fine Red Durham Bull Will make the present season on our farm 2 miles from Lancaster on new Danville pike and will serve cows at 100 Money due at time of service i in AM and ED BOURNE J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land SsrYsyor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Public Sale I will sell at at my resit ofnear ilarcellns on SYTUKIUY APRIL 15 99 The property 1 sixyearold fMule 2 two yenrold Horse Mules 2 Cows 1 Disc Drill 1 McCurmneic self rake 1 Disc Cutting Harrow 2 Cultivators Diamond Har row 1 Cider Mill Dix cutting Sox Full set Blacksmiths Tools many other arti cles Will a lot of Meat and Kitchen Furniture Als 3j tons of Slay covered with lumber and 1000 fret of TERMS made known on day of sale C F VERGER Marcellus Ky ORGANIZED 1883 out public outcry PoI r HOIB hold 1 sl r following Mat also still Lumber TIZENS MTIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY Capital Surplus Fund 50 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Gcarau toed J if HreoiNKOTHAX Preslden LEWIS Y LEAVELL VicePrcs 8 F HUDSON C CE V7 O KiasEY Assistant OD WAIXBE Book DIRECTORS JJiHigGiNBOTHAH I EWIS YLEATXLL J8JOHS3OH THAEXOU El C ARNOLD Js B F HUDSOS 1LEXGIB38 JACOB Y EoBirBow i H Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Fire Insurance Companies J3tua of llartford tl H5 am 755 pm 43 Queen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Xerchantiie German Amsriciu of slaw Iiri Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable Hew York Life Insurance sociation SFll899 PLANTS Vn a Fruit and ornamental Shrubs small fruits arid every thing for Orchard and Gar den We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogues application to H F HI ENMEYKR Lexington Ky J fUt1iiU Q 570OOOQQ m m a m j6 p m 150 am p I cq to Ame rJ Lawn on iiOPt 1cffeS I J WALEB 7 17 May TRIES pre phone 279 t F R 5535 FZS Great care was taken in Selecting our Spring Lines and we can now show you Nobbiest Most TJpToB EVER EXHIBITED IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY B fB BOTH LE A D PBICiIj ID jj cbli OO The and Best CL TING NECKW ARE SHOES SHIRTS Cmi 4 4 JILl Go TIE GLOBBa DanviUe lentuckY L VIE STILL HID TH LAD I Cf QA1Lilh19- t ATS r A rohma Millinery Millinery Do you Want a Real Nobby Spring Hat If SD gD tn NOEL SISTERS the Leading Milliners Everything strictly New Goods received daily Goods and Prices to suit everyone Phone 85 Upto date S 1 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY April I899J Miss Nannie Gaines is at home from Georgetown College Mr and Mrs John Bau hman of Boyle were in town Wednesday Mrs IL E McRoherts has been in Richmond this week for a few days The Social and Industrial Club met this week with Miss Mae Z Hughes George Smith Jr was in Lexing ton the first of the week on business Miss Alice Hudson has returned front a pleasant visit to Augusta Ivy Miss Altie R Marksbury has been confined to herroom for a days by la grippe Mrs Jno E Stormes and Miss IJpn nie Harris were in Danville last week sohpping Mrs G M Patterson has been in Mt Vernon and Cincinnati this week Miss Jennie Burnside has been Mrs T E Adams in Lower Gar rard this week Mrs G S Gaines and daughter Miss Julia Mae have returned from a visit to Danville Miss Jennie Yarren has returned to Stanford after a visit to her aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Judge M D Hughes is in Estill county this week lighting seedticks and organizing Maccabees Miss Fannie West has returned from a pleasant visit to her friend Mrs Center in Danville Mr and Mrs Ricljard Pox and of Richmond are expected this week Mrs II A Burnside opt old friend T J Hatgher has been under the weather for a few Jays but is able to bo at his shgeshop Mesdames Margaret A Folger and II Cr Hemphil of icholasville have been visiting AV A Arnold and fans fly blisses Annie and Mary o Danville visited Miss Lillie Noel this week and attended the millinery open visiting visiting pro 1JY tovisit Noel I d okoeataoaodo4oaooaooa3ao000d- I PERSONAU1OCP000 I feN i I r i 1 f t i Florence I r td f Paines Celery ompound i Gives Strength Best spring medicine It makes the weak strong We sell and recommend it Miss Mattie Powell who has Miss Lizzie Thompsons guest return ed to her home in llustonville Sun daySquire V II Kinnairds condition is greatly improved and he is able to be up though still confined to his room Misses Annie Austin and Bettie Henry have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Pineville and Liv ingston Tom E Adams of Camp Dick was in town Monday and was made a Master Mason that night by the local lodge Mondays Louisville Times publish ed a picture of Miss Mabelle Royston of this city but it failed to do justice to the handsome little lady Mr and Mrs W T Browning and two pretty children returned to Saturday They were accom panied by Miss Bettie Anderson Hon Letcher Owsley left Monday for Hendersonville North Carolina to see his mother brother Will and an other fair one now visiting that place The editor was in Lexington a few hours Saturday to see his aunt Miss Kate Walker and sister Mrs Wood Dunlap The formers health is much improvedMessrs W J Kinnaird of Nash ville and McKee Kinnaird of Mid dlesborough were here this week to see their father Squire Kinnaird who is some better Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond Miss Sue Douglas of Winchester and Miss Louise KaulTman of Lancaster guests of Lizzie Dickson on Third street News The Middlesborough News says the ion D G Colspn has not yet return et from Washington and it is report ed thai he is off with a high official junketing party to Porto Rico Mr Joe E Robinson was honored at the Frankfort railroad convention by being made one of the secretaries This was a well merited as Mr R is a faithful worlfer in his party The Lexington pipers frequently speak of the beautiful painting done by Miss Bettie Anderson a Lancaster girl who spends much of her time in that city Miss Anderson is a gifted ing Robinson ire bee Lexington Paris l oniplifIl cut See our Beautiful Line Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS I I I OF I R Best Quality Low Prices R E NTROBERTSJ c r I1 1 Srr kr- u y 7r hts 7 a tist and has won a wide reputation for her work The Social and Industrial Club meet next Wendesday with Miss Eugene Bush Miss A mie is visiting friends in Richmond Mr Walter S Hiatt a popular mem ber of the reportorial staff of the Lex ington Herald has left three months tour of Europe He goes on a freight steamer with a party of cat tle men who will take over a fine lot of export cattle It will be gratifying news to the many friends of Mrs Jane Young of Lexington to learn that she is in splendid health and fine spirits A RECORD representative learned while in that city that she is now in better health than for several years The Journal of Owen county In dian prints a complementary and lengthy notice of Miss Malissa B Purr and the school she has just completed there She is a Garrard county girl and always ranked among the best teachers of the county She is now in Terre Haute visiting relatives The Richmond Register says the re port concerning Capt J Speed Smiths ill health appears to have been some what exaggerated While Mr Smith has not seen a well day for several months his condition has not been se rious enough to warrant any undue alarm and his friends hope he will soon regain his strength Mr W C Price and wife of Dan ville accompanied by R G Price and wife and Messrs Will J and Herbert came over Sunday and took dinner with Mrs Susan Price The latter on that day reached the eighty fourth on lifes journey THE RECORD of whom she is a good friend is pleas ed to say Mrs Price is in remarkably good health Dr W S Elkin of Atlanta lists been here this week on business Dr Elkin is an old Lancaster boy who located in Atlanta iminediatly after receiving his sheepskin from a leading Philadelphia medical college By strict attention to business and well read upr he now stands at the head of his profession in the south He married the lovely Miss Nell Duncan and the happy pair live in one of the prettiest residences in Atlanta limp now owns and conducts a large hospital in that city and ranks with the business promoters there His many Lancas tar friends rejoice in his prosperity Another great discovery has been made and thattoo by a lady in this country Disease fastened itsclutches ubon and for sever years she with stood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly rind could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr New Discovery for and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she sledt all night and with two bottles has be n absolutly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes w c Ham nick Co of Shelby N C Trial free atR E McRoberts Drug Store Prettiest line ever Broilt to Lancaster Sallie D Tillet 1 I will Davison for a Kings Consumption bottle 1ja e f8 U JrY 11U Irc Y t milestone keeping hey R r 1 t rt x h 7w LIST OF CLAIMS I Allowed by tIle Garrard County s Court to be Paid out of Le vy for the Year 1899 Anderson Gran hauling on road 1 day 1 50 I Arnold Sam hauling 1 day J Adams Norris hauling 3J days 5 25 Adams W B hauling V days 225 Adams Will hauling 1 day 1 50 Arnold Geo hauling 1 day 1 50 Anderson R D hauling 1 day 1 50 Arnold Thomps hauling 1 day AnderonJno col hauling days 1S97 3 00 Anderson D B hauling IJ days 2 25 Arnold Ike hauling 1 day 1 50 Geo hauling 2 days 300 days 450 Allen Erasamus hauling 3 days Archer Samp hauling days 2 25 Austin Tom hauling2 days 3 00 Same Shff Election 2 00 Arnold Frank 1 day 150 Anderson W H Juror 1 50 Amond Dr J A Acct Adams Shff Election Adams Jack same 2 00 2 CO Baughman Will hauling 6 days GOO l 50 Ballard J E hauling 2 days 3 00 Bealzey John hauling days same 2 day 3 CO same3 days r 4 50 Bush Logan hauling 2J days 3 75 Burdett Chas hauling 1 day 150 Baker Ada hauling 1 day 1 50 Beazley Mae hauling 2 days 1S9G Boian Robt hauling 3 days Banghman Ike hauling 5 days Bourne Ollie 600 Brown L hauling 3 dnys 5 25 Botkin Jess 2 days 300 Burnside J G hauling 2 days 375 Bourne sam hauling 1 day 1 50 Burdett John col hauling 1 day 150 Beazley John col hauliug 1 day 150 Ballard J P hauling G days 1897 900 Bradshaw Will hauling 2 days transfort 3 00 Ballard R U hauling G days 9 00 Bogie Wm hauling 5 days 750 same Clerk Election a 00 Ballad Frank hauling 1 day l 51- Beazley Branon hauling 1 day l 50 Bush W NDr Acct same Ballard Gilbert Acct Ballard G A Judge Election 2 C- OBroaddns Cronley Clerk Election 2 00 BurtinR L Sherrlff Election Bourne Clerk Election 2 00 Burnside R A Account 11 CO Bogie W N hauling on road 4 days C 00 same hauling lumber 200 Bourne Jack Juror l 01 Burnside R A Account 34 30 Bland JiLH hauling on road 2 days 3 00 BourneJ C hauling days 523 Ball Tom hauling 2 days Burdett Tailor Witness days 3 00 Collier J B hauling on road 3 days 5 25 Clark Harden hauling 7 days 14 00 Crawford James Wire for County road 35 00 Collier Senor 100 Carter Mat hauling 1 day 1 50 Case Jno hauling 1 day l IQ Carpenter Dave 4 days c 00 D hauling 12 days 523 Chester John haulingl day i 50 Cotton Sam hauling 2 days 3 00 Corum John day l 5pi Cobb Geo hauling 2 days 5 OCj CrnmsJ B Account 15 so same so Carter JrB Account 2 43 Cochran ha Ungon toad 4 G 00 Grutcherfleld T M Pauper Gofl5nrt 5 40 lark Judge pi Election 8 00 CftllietDR v 200 nunn J W liauling on road C days 1890 9 00 1897 9 CO Denny Alex hauling 1 day ISO Doty Ed on guard 24 days 24 00 Dailoy day hauling 1 50 Doty Gess 2 days hauling 3 00 DozIer Bert Dunn J H Account same Committy Work a3 00 Dunn Harden 9 days hauling 900 Dunn J WGdays hauling T 9 00 same Account 5 00 v same Election Booths j same Sherriff 2 00 Donahoo 4 clays hauling G C- ODouaboo Mack 3 days hauling 4 Davis John 2 hauling 150 150 AId idge Same hauliug 5 200 J W 2 CO- Arnold C A same same 1 day 7 50 3 CO 4 50 7 50 800 50 00 73 30 2 00 J B gOO J I Conk hauling I 1 I m I J m t t Hn same GdfYs Account5 440 1705 2 f f t 4 25 2 hauling 4 days haul ig b B E Sam lj dad s Ass oa Election John days Y k Rav Denton R days hauling S same 3 days hauling 4 I same house for Election 2 same Election booths 20 same 3 days hauling 4 5 Dorton Moses 2 days hauling 3 0- Dyehonue Geo G days h ullng t 90 Denny Jim Jr 1 12 days hauling 22 Dunn John5days hauling 75 Davis Bell 3 12 days hauling 5 2 Dollins Bell hauling l 51 Durham Geo 2 12 days hauling 3 73 Dunn J XACcouut Davis Strawting Juriorl day DeunyJ N Sherriff Election 200 Doty Loss 1 day hauling 1 50 Dunn J II sitting In court Committee work 42 CO J M Account 519 75 Office 7500 Elkin Robt Juror 1 50 Evans Geo Juror 1 50 9 Juror Eason Cyrus Juror 1 50 Elliott Mack Dr Account 1500 Estis J G 4 days hauling on road Evans Elijah Account 12 00 Flowers John W 5 days hauling 7 50 same sherriff Election 2 00 Furr W H 2 days hauling 3 00 Fain W H hauling 4 50 Faulkoncr Isac G days hauling 900 Ford Judge Election Green Geo 2 days hauling 3 00 Gafney Will 1 days hauling Gaines Oscar 6 days hauling Grant II M Account 2250 Greenleaf S CO same Account SCO Gastinaugh J II 1 day hauling 1 50 same 2 hauling 3 CO Herring Jim 6 days hauling 900 same 6 days hauling 900 HerringJ 13 4 50 same 4 days hauling C 00 Hackley Hedge 2 days hauling 300 Humphrey Will 2days hauling 3 00 Hokum J W 4 days hauling C CO Hamilton Ike4 days hauling Ham Ben days hauling 3 75 Hall Sam 1 day HoganW J Account IS 05 Hurt Smith Election bids 2 00 same 2 days hurtling same 5 days hauling 7 50 Hammond T J Summond Guard 3 50 Humphrey Ben Witness 300 Hill Geo Witness 3 CO Haselden J H Account 11097 Hubble Judge Election 2 00 Iliggins J FAccount 2 CO Hudson L W Account 2 CO Herring Bright Account Huffman Gabe Account 70 Ison J S 5 days hauling 7 50 Ison C F Comr 3 CO Jones Wyatt 4 days hauling G 75 Jackson Isiab 1 day hauling 1 50 Joseph Jako Account 7 90 Jennings B F Surveying 10 00 Jennings Jno F Comr 3 00 Johnston Wm McC account 1200 King JnoW 1 day hauling Road Kuhlmnn W H chain Carrier 1 00 chain carrier Joo Kuhlman Henry 100 Koehlcr Ed account Lumber 3 21 Same account Lumber CO 21 Same account Lumber 13 81 Same account Lumber 6 00 Same account Lumber 9 a B Clerk Election 2 OQ Moitit Thco 2 days hauling Road McQuerry Buck 3 days hauling Road 4 50 Moberly Q J Judge Election 2 CO Mason Epl 6 lays hauUng Road 9 00 McQuerry 4 T a days hauling Road 4 50 Montgomery 7 50 Morehead Mint 0 days hauling Road Moody Geo J day hauling Road 75 JiToConnacV Joe Judge Election 4 00 Morgan JoLn 3 days hauling Road 4 50 Marsee Jno Witness 3 days 3 00 McCarley John Witness 3 days 3 00 Moberly W A Judge Election 2 00 MoMnrtry JHCpt 2 05 Marsee Noah Judge Election 2 00 Myers I M Sitting In Court 87 00 Same Committee work 42 Oj Naylor Ed 3 days hauling A no Noel WT use of team 200 Same taking tcc 2 00 Ncrris E y Judge Election 2 00 L hauling lumber Noel R A sitting In Court CQ Same account 122 5- tOwaler Letcherallowuie 22 Fin S days hading Road 5 93 R 2 00 0 00 Ida 750 100 8700 Slllne Ex Elkin T A 150 GOO A D 2 00 1 5 900 J S days hauling GOO 212 hauling 150 00 L F 2 CO 1 150 Kuhlman T R man Kincaid W SOt days hnnlingRoad 900 o nd 4 00 UO acQ1t i 3 days days 3 E5 Road dig 1 Noel B bin er to 8- y ya2 Zra THE CUTAWAY FROCK You ought to be particular when you buy a This style of garment is meant to be dressy It must have care ful workmanship and The graceful lines and perfect fit ofour Hart Schaffner Marx cutaways make them popular with good dressers A man looks well in one of them and the materials are the best that money will buy This is the label cutawaysuit tailoring HART SCHAFFNER MARX TIIREE CUTAWAY Copyright 159 By Hart Schaffner Marx GUARANTEED CLOTHING 4 1 BLTTO I W A 4 days hauling toad 6 U Pollard T T days hauling Road 5 Pierce Frcnkl day hauling 150 Same Judge Election 2 00 Pierce Lawn 2 days hauling Road 3 00 Pointer G 31 2 days hauling Road 300 Pointer WS 2 days hauling Road 3 00 Flits 3 Gty days hauling 2 Paupor Allowance 500 00 Parks W M 2 days 3 00 Poindexter Jake 6 days hauling 9 0 Potts O W account lumber 8 40 Price Hardin Witness 300 Pherigo W T Election Comr 10 00 Pingnard Dr Jesse 1100 PoscyJ II Judge Election 2 CO Patterson Henry Judge Election Patterson G 31 Clt 200 Petty Joe account 3 00 Parson R F sitting In Court 87 00 Same account 102 5o 4 20 Robinson R 31 G days hauling Road 9 00 RoMnson Frank 2 days hauling Road 3 00 Robinson Geo 3 days hauling Road 4 50 Rothwell S D 1 day hauling Ramsey John 9 days hauling Road 13 50 Ramsey Tim 4 days hauling C oO Ramsey T Rl1 days hauling 2 25 KoutJno days hauling Ray E P 2 days hauling 3 00 Ross D G 2 days hauling 3 00 Raynolds Levi Rock County 1000 Ray Pattie for court 1 year Ray W witness 3 PO Ray witness 300 Robinson C ElectionComr 10 CO Robinson J B Judge Election 2 00 Ruble J Election Dave account jailor 508 CO Swope B P 4 days hauling G oJ Swope W II t days hauling 600 Smith Ed 2 days hauling 3 CO SilerG 3I2 days hauling 375 Siler John 3 days hauling G 50 Sadler Geo 1 days l 50 SuttonG K 4 clays hauling Stone W H 2 days hauling 3 CO ccottRDl day hauling 1 50 Sutton J R 2J days hauling 3 75 Stormes Jno E account 139 73 School district No S house for Election 2 00 Same House for court 6 CO Singleton Wash 210 feet lumber 2 40 Same 500 feet lumber 5 00 Same 10CO felt lumber 10 00 Scott Wood chain carrier 1 CO Simpson Jim witness 3 9 12 11 00 Same account 5 so Singleton Jim 1020 feet lumber 10 20 Short W T Clerk Election 2 00 Spilman Will Clerk Election 2 CO Sanders Jno A Jndge Election 2 CO B account 171 23 Teater Len 3 days hauling 1S97 5 25 Tankersley Joe 2 days hauling 3 00 Thompson LW3tays hauling 4 50 Tudor Will G days hauling 9 00 Same Judge Election 2 00 Terrlll Clell 4 days hanling 6 Oo Tester Jno witness 300 Teater Harrison witness 3 00 Tester Allen Judge Election 2 CO Vnndepool John 4 days hauling Same allowance 10 00 Woods John AG days hauling 9 00 Wes Andy 2 days hauling 3 00 Whittaker J M 2 days hauling 3 75 Wallace J 31 4 days hauling I Worrell day hauling 1 50 Wheeler John 2 days hauling 300 Wormonth Sid 3 days hauling Whittaker Arch 1 day haulIng 1 50 White John Nl days hauling Wallace Wm lumber 3 26 John 2 days hauling West Robt 1 days hauling Wylie Henry days hauling G 00 Wallace Hlatt lumber Same lumber 500 Ebb 4 days hauling 2 teams 12 Oo Walker E H 4 days hauling G b Same 2 days hauling 2 teams ft 00 Walker Woods 2 days hauling vv 3 00 Walker John 3 days hanlla 450 2 00 Same for op 2 50 Walter C juror S CO days hauling 7 50 Williams W I services as Co AtM oy 23 00 To pay which thosheriflof Garrafd county is ordered to collect from each i mare eiirzejri over the age of 21 not otherwise exempt the sum of one lar cents DUNCAN CUr Garrard County tourt I Parsons 3 hauling Road 200 Fado 150 150 I 00 BJudge 2 00 hau i1 600 0 Same account SandersJ GOO 2 GOO Steve I 450 150 300 150 250 Same lumber r 1t gameS dol J i t 25 25 Parks 18 Rosa Sanders S D account walker Whitehead and fifty may Ms 1 i 1taK iV McC JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY I JOIN TJONHSTON VANDERBILT By old Drennon and out of a Gray Eagle mare 15 hands high and has proved himself a good breeder lie is known as the Gallaway horse of Madi son He will make the present season of ISfiO at my old home place J mile from Fait Lick pike and H miles from Point Leavell at Money due when the fact is ascer tained or mare parted with Lein re tained on colt for season money Will also stand the tine Jack WALTER at same place and terms lie is 15 hands high and proved himself a good breeder W L LAWSON Lancaster Ky NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Wal ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com morcial TravelersRICE BENGE W H HOSHAL CO Commission Merchants Oett8HogsSheep UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O information regarding live stock cheer fully furnished Consign your stock rect to us Phone 7346 NATIONAL DANK 5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT die THE TI493c CAPITAL 13000000 1 OF Assistant Cashr BcCDaxNT I SURPLUS l 3e00000 LANCASTER KY President JNO STOBMES Vice Presides a A E Wx Cashier s RDENNY HKINNAIBD J F Boxxvfov J Bookkeeper T EMBHT Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jaa Spll Alex R Denny 4 C Robinson W R Cook L DavidiOB Jno E Stormes KNIGHTS or rnms Garrard Lodge Nos2 Kniglrt of Pythias meets eriary night in Odd Fellows hall Allvia iting Knights fraternally invit cd BlSHOPC C J S HA iio EN r R i e t KR8c S 3 Friday t H C t iiz sr4 tf They surpassed our fondest expectations but we still have sizes everything If you want some of these NeverBeforeHeardOf Bargains COMEAT ONCE before your size is sold We have O PAIRS INDIES OXFORDS ranging in price from 75cts to 300 which go in this sale at 50c and 2 c ra rk t tii f tftI i J IS 00 r1ftHt jfti1ftIJtt fg V8f I87T 9TgIT T 97jn8ft ffJ 5t1F1 rrhe Closi g Out Sales Increase Dailyhave far Hr II L f J- Y M 4 1 t r 4A 1 4 inmost We have PBB all sizes and colors cheaper than you ever bought them before 7j i AND MISSES eD S j f i c iic J Jm S IIf 8S i i D r p blood diseases and is the reach of the JJIJHPR socalled purifiers and tonics because sonicLUUGvl tiring more than n mere tonic is required is equal to any blood trouble end never fails to cure because itgoes down to the seat of the disease thus permanently eliminating every trace of the taint Xie tejous consequences to which Scrofula surely leads should impress upon those afflicted with it the vital ins ji tportanco of no time upon treatment which j fepossibly effect cure In many cases where the wrong fcj f Itreatment has been relied upon complicated glandular swellings have resulted for the doctors insist thatA dangerous surgical operation is necessary h fi Mjfl Ga writes A on the glands of my neck S vwhich had to be lanced and caused me much I pf Wwas treated for a long while but the physicians were un S lfable to cure me and my condition was as bud as when I jS bfgan their treatment Many blood remedies wore used Wjihut without effect one recommended S S S and y j I began to improve as soon as I had taken a few bottles v Continuing the remedy I was soon cured permanently never had a sign of the disease to return Swifts Specific S 8 S FOR THE BLOODis the only remedy which can promptly reach and cure obstinate deepseated bleed By relying upon it and not with the various tonics etc sufferers from blood troubles can be promptly curedistead of years of suffering which gradually but surely undermines ie constitution S S S is guaranteed vegetable never fails tocure Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison Boils placeBooksSwift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia 01 EitJ tj Lm iJ gt rrjJrJJ DJ rrUIAiI 1 d qa 9 CS S Is fiR Only There nredozens forr t Scrofula some of then no doubt being able to afford relief but S S S is absolutely On Q U En 911to tIt the only remedy which completely cures itJ of the most obstinate deepseat ll I m ny S S 8 lJrlI E of case of Scrofula broke out 1fi i J t l i e irrrI c 1 e of remedies recommended en ula t cannot a mod Biilled etille Iii tl 3 t tl di eases called 1ff s iPJi r j r Y r fif t fP5 cr I is so iruch vbeb ran 1 ate l ir d unit by hard digging with the hi tiiit tilt Ii7v fwy tfoinir Ihd dot 011 nut pixwlbley make in win The of today the let cdncnteci ne other tbinjjs equal Llotlicrs Beware of those secret robbers of your babys quiet and health Those sleepless nights and long hours of tiresome vigil are caused by those terrible enemies of childhood worms Destioy and remove them with Whites Cream of Vermifuge Price 2 cents C C J E Stormes There must be a rotation of crops but that is not all The land yields up to the every crop certain proper tie leaving tJWfann and the farmer just that much poorer These must be rcsupplied and there is no other way to do If you are interested in horses you should subscribe for the American Stock Farm Lexington ICy The pries is 6200 per year but you can se cure it from now until January 1 1100 for if you will mention this when writing marJOtf COO JJ Secord the well known of Towanda Iv Y says I have used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in my fancily for a long time and have found it superior to any other ForsMle by E E druggist 1m There will be less and less of the pastering of cattle it will not pay to pasture them on small farms where the utmost must be from each acre It will be using four or five acres for a purpose for which one will suillce and we lose the produce of the rest The soiling system will vent ually charge the present methods and r t c i 100 crts r st r br s hair viiiiii licit C paper contractor made fi Wat firt i i DIGEST YOUR FOOD Nicety cent of all sickness is caused by not being properly digested it creates sons and roes blood and then you liable to almost any disease the human is heir to Use Carlstedts German Liver Powder and watch the results You will feel effects after one dose Give ita trial and be convinced Price 25c Dr CuresYourfor Children For sale by It E preservation of green foods in the silo is the first step in that direction Give me a liver regulator can regulate the world said The druggist handed him a bottle of 3eAVitts Little Early Risers the little pills Stormes Drug StoreQueen Victoria has seen every throne in the world vacated at least pace and some of them several times Nothing will return a large net of all the things one may elect to do on the farm than a field of potatoes on good soil planted with care and with seed carefully selected thorough ly cultivated and protected from J Sheer Sedalia Mo conductor on electric street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her life saved after all phy sicians had failed only 13 using One A petition has been presented to i Gov Bradley for the pardon of the fire insurance companies that have been for violation of the antitrust law Before the discovery of One Minute Cough Cure ministers were greatly disturbed by coughing congregations No excuse for it now Stories Drug Store The transports Kilpatrick and bearing the Third Kentucky infan try have arrived at Fort Pnlaski Ga from Matanzas s po the taldn Roberts famous profit insects I DrugStore Florid a svste good 1 M and a genie h rem Here is one of those vertised remedies or have become discour aged at the failure of succumb to the destroyer withoutof the won prejudiced helpthem FoleysHoney troubles S1OalIE DRUG STQRE4 READ THESE PRICES Ladies Dongola Kid Shoe at 90cts former price 125 1 00 French 160 210 300 liens Satin Calf Shoe 100 150 125 200 Kangaroo 160 250 French Calf 225 325 Willow 250 350 Vic Kid 350ic i u u c 500 WE HAVE THE ABOVE SHOES IN ALL COLORS rJIf 1I f 150n JJ 250 t 2 50 350 t s it i t tt tr I l1 71 1 1 t1 1 11 7f 7f 7 I tt ct KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition f Crops bad Live Sine April 1st 1800 Reports were received this month from 101 correspondents representing 101 counties WHEAT The absence of growing weather du ring the month of March has left the solution of the late wheat to the fu ture The condition of early wheat is still reported excellent and in a few counties where the major portion of Have You Iud the Grit If you have you probably need a re liable medicine like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop the racking cough incidental to this dis ease C C J E Stormes 1m the crop was sown early the prospect for a full average crop is good Severe freezing while the soil was saturated has further weakened the vitality of the plant and were it not for the won derful recuperative qualities so often shown we might despair of receiving any returns from a considerable of the acreage A number of correpsondents report that the acre age vili surely be reduced by plowing up and sowing to other crops AVe would advise that ample time be given for development before resorting to this measure All vegetation is one month late and the prospect should be judged accordingly Heavy rains have also damaged the crop by washing gullies in the rolling lands and by overflowing the bottoms The condition April 1st averages 77 as compared with normal years a loss of three points since March 1st The I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndrcds of dollars doctors and for medickle to no avail until i used Dr Balls PmsTnrIIon ey It has saved my life J C Roscll Grantsburg Ill McRoberts Drug Store 1m condition on this date for the past three years has boon as follows ISaS 101 1S7 14 1SCG 09 The western section shows the average condition GO In the section the average condition in the eastern the condition is 85 The condition in the western section has suffered a loss of 1 point since March 1st the central a loss of seven points and the eastern a loss of three points OTIIKU Coors Oat sowing is hardly begun in a of the counties and for this rea son no attempt is made at an estimate of the acreage A few counties report about onehalf of the acreage sown in the mud The burning and sowing of tobacco plant beds is likewise much delayed Very few growers have plants above ground at this date has wintered fairly well a portion of the old clover only being frozen out I i percent full Coughed 25 with lowest central is- is majority Clover years acreage Pastures have made no growth worth naming up to the present SHEEP AND The number of spring lambs with the number in 18J8 is per cent the loss being probably heaviest ever sustained The absence jf the usual amount of grazing at this season causes a further loss in condi The character of the winter has been opposed to a thrifty condition of sheep and the loss of old has been correspondingly heavy The loss from ravages of dogs is slight averaging a little less than 5 per cent FRUIT PIIOSPECTS Owing to the backward season the development of fruit buds is not sullic iently advanced to judge accurately the fruit prospects There appears to be no doubt that the peach crop will be a total failure Many of the peach trees also are dead The heavy rains and continued weather has been exactly suited to enable both fruit forest trees to recover from the effects of the terrible freeze dur velopments show averages as follows Apples 82 peaches 0 pears 54 49 grapes 75 strawberries 84 LUCAS MOOKE Commissioner of Agriculture A Lire for SOc Many people have been cured of Kid ney Diseases by taking a 50c bottle of Kidney Cure C C J E Stormes 1m Cider for TypIioU Fever Vegetarians and those who believe in the healthgiving properties of fruit and nowadays who dues not will be to hear that cider is the latest discovered remedy for typhoid fever A learned who recently tried some very interesting experiments with the of that terrible disease has made the highly short time when placed in the juice of the apple and he strongly advises times j who have the misfortune to live in places where the water is not above suspicion to mix a little cider with it before drinking a most agreeable way of avoiding danger For cough and colds there is no so effective as Coussens Honey of Tar It is the ideal remedy Price 25 cents and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m To the North The Queen and Crescent Route has inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous Blue Grass between Cincinnati and Free Parlor cars and Queen and Crescent Standard Vestibulcd day coaches 4 trains daily to Cincinnati with close connection with all trains Queen and Crescent trains are without a peer in the South 17 miles shortest line unequalled train service W C Rinearson General Passenger Agent I LAMBS compared ion cloudy conditioncher- ries Foley s rench impossible itcertainly 4 medicine Vestibule Lexington I north r t ti C tC as I Lillard DANVILLE KY EDUCATION It atslutely necesscry to the young iuan or roungr woman who would win sncccse In life This being conceded t Is of first importance to get your training at jtbe school that strands In the very front THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY 1rYr r X SoutJ r FeC IFureDrugs FineStatiDnery I Toilet qrticZesi All L lLbAlAL1Al1IAA1 dAAIAIAIAAIIAldlAIA1AAA I JSS rank 1 d at- E atra o 3t rr o= iOOTCKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY 5 Seven teachers each one a specialist In his lineGraduates of this college Writea beautiful book to you rred bOUS es testimonIals from graduates occupyprominent posItions the Untied willall over In y wx SC Y fong a We Still Have We will continue to take meas ures for Suits until the stock is closed out JrY if t fL NiceLine of Furnishing Goods and sr T S i I 7i8 Q- a 0 c t A TIMELY HINTYou should be wise and see that your blood isrich and and your whole system pat in aperfectly healthy condition the use of Dr Liver Powder will be free from malaria typhoid fever and the grip Dr German Liver buyeGum Balsam Price 25c and SOc a Bottle For sale by R E McRoberts Cigars costing a sovereign about each are regularly smoked by a few of Londons most extravagant set They are considerably larger than weeds of the usual size and are made of tobacco which is absolutely without flaw If you have a cough throat weak lungs pain in the chest dillicult breathing croup or lioarse ness let us suggest One Minute Cough Cure Always reliable gird safe Stormes Drug Store Teeth extracted without pain i ii with Vitalized Air Office In the New Thompson Building REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens national Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL 5 1899 RESOURCES oans and discounts 107f9 2fOverdrafts secured and unsecured Sl t lU S Jiouds to secure circulation Ireniiums on 000 CC Stocks securities etc 15110 oo Uittikiii lioiiKi furniture und fixtures SuX 00 Usher real estate und mortgages owned 12iQ Due from National Hanks not lie 10DueDue from approved reserve agents iiCheeks and cash SKI 83 Xotes of other nutiunal banks 0 00 t Fractional paper currency nicklesand cents 141 CO1 Specie 4U1S1 00 Legaltender notes 1irt 00 J12SCtJ 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 1125 00 TOTAL ijstM oj LIABILITIES T Capital stock pate In fund 100000 andtaxes 19017 National Bank notes outstanding 22500 0Due to other 1415 lIndividual deposits subject to check lllsso 2 Liabilities those above stated Stock Reduction 9rO 0 TOTAL sisscyu o STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAKKABD ss I Hudson Cashier of the above namedbank do solemnly SWear thnt the above statemeat is true to best of my knowledge undbelief B F Cushier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1J day of April 18U9 S C DENNY Notary PublicCORRECT Attest LEWIS Y LEAVELL i Directors J II HltiUINIiOTHAM J REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL 5 1899 RESOURCES Loans discounts f2091li 01 Overdrafts secured and unsecured rj 0 f7 00Stocksfurniture and fixtures 11000 00 Other real estate and mortgages ed 857C38 One from National Banks not lteserve Aleuts iSfS 53 Due from State Dunks and bankers 7 0 SS Due from approved reserve agents 98J1 C Chucks other cash 2 5 10 Notes of other National Dunks 1 215 00 Fractional paper currencynlckelscts 109 50 00Legaltender 13552 00 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer 5 of circulation 2250 00 Total 311743 74 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 1000000 Surplus fund 20000 00 Undivided profits less and taxes paid 4179 OS National Bank notes outstanding 4125001 Due to other National Dunks 248 C Due to State BuLki and bunkers 80 O deposits subject to check 140755 o Certified checks Total il7 3 7 OFGARKAKDSS I WM n KINNAIRD Cashier of the ahoy named bank do solemnly swear that the ubovstatement Is to best of and belief WMH KINNAIRD CashierSub scribed and sworn to before me this 1 day of April 1899 B KINNAIED Public Commission expires January 16th 1JOo Attest ALEX R DENNY JNO E STORMES ALEX c ROBINSON I Directors irritation S BEAZLEY DENTIST or TILE 00 U ands I l I D F ALEX STATE OF KENTUCKyOOU TY m v j r 7 I colds I i0 J S Lit Sad 50ooo Glues OF TILE ownS an expenses Go 4 knon Florida Havana 1 Solid trains finest in the South Cincinnati to Fs Jacksonville daily via and Crescent and B connecting lines Through connections to Tampa Miami or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service j to Nassau Key Vest Havana Santiago and San Juan Low rate round trip tickets Ei The Train Service is per i in detail Fast sched K v ules 24 hours to Jackson j vine 54 hours I Cincinnati to the Queen u feet a aIt IJ IItU zij J pJ1 t Havna 0 Z gf G P I srr a 7 cincinaati d w3 LOt r GPalYE1fiS- 0Apcso t rtr tr Y AFiEP usme JF p rJ M P11 r rr1 gM DR 5I JThe brea remedy for nervous prostration aU diseases ofsex such as Nervous Prat tion Or ManhoodImpotency N Erli ions Youthful Error cxclSsio useot cco or Opium which to antI everyS order we rugnatee to cure or monS at perG bo es for 500 COO Ohio Drug i 1TALTVlilt r rccxx and thogenerativeoramof Failing Vror Icad Cons ptioa Insanity With5 refunctb SLOG boxLiII 1OaU CA McRoberts Store S I Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at GS G r ESIt Warranted and Excels all others Ill KindsFarm Machinery drJJ jJ it7 c I D oQl iW IIl 11 M fki I r g G es t fully Always oiTEand- td L1tes199 3tt FIIR f2j R fb rJ 1n r e A New Discovery for the Certain Cure or INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PATh CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS NAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS lAMES FBALL4RD Sole Proprisfsr 310 North Main LOUIS m Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco Office National Bank R KINNIARD Strsst ST STOR DRUG STORELES i 26 j 1 MOTTS 1 Pi fYROtJ lJ L They overcome Weak news 11 omissions increase viror and banish painsof menstruation are to atwomanhood aiding development of organs and body Noknown women equals Cannot do tarm ebecomes a pleasure PER BY MAIL Soldby CUEMICAL CO Olio McRobertS Drug Store f s PILLS and S2 V tS MfTTS Cleveland iT CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky Air 13 1 99 The Power of Trusts Opposition to trust companies on tHe part of business men is not made so much because of the belief that they nrcunneees ury but Le an e of the fact they are oppressive When enormous sums of money are in the hands of a few individuals there is a power held that becomes supreme Even the Government anl th3 p2i phi become the subjects of the corpora tions the w alJi Combinations are dangerous as tney disregard law justice right and pub lie opinion J Hunan beings are re garded as so much property in the market and sympathy is an unknown qu ility so far as the conditions of in dividuals are concerned Nothing but ruin can follow the work of trusts for any system that pia es the entire business of a cum try in the hands of a small class of enor Moody individuals is sure to impoverish many of the people business man who is ci owned to the will nurj of thi 1112111 poyed and the larger the army of unemployed the smaller the number purchasers Even the trusts can reach a paint where their gooJs will b inked up in rotting and passing away because the are few and the goods cannot be sold Indeed even during the panic of 18i when so many persons were out of employment the warehouses vre with articles that could not sold although the real demand was greater than ever before Trusts will control the volume of money the means of transportation the raw material the machinery and every of trade The condition of the miners in Pennsylvania shows that there is no sympathy for human brings in their methods and just as the miner is treated so will every oth er prsyi wlu cjnii w thn th ir po v er for the man who tails by the way side during the onward march of the trusts will b3 as ruthles ly mercilessly as though lie wa but a tone in the path The trusts are not slow in their efforts They organize quickly and get to work without It requires but a few months for a trust to clear out all obstacles in its pith as they era sure to m ip out in advaniu just what is to b done No one escapes who defies them and they are now already strong enough to have no fear of our laws nor do they care for news papMS courts or the wishes of the people Farm and Implement Age CONSUMPTION CURED- Dr Ottos Spruce will cure any case of consumption if taken in time starts slight cough or cold you will use Dr Spruce Gum Balsam you will cure the the sad throat and avoid the most dreaded of all consumption Delay in attending to a slight may cost size bottles Price 25c and For sale by R E Mcltoberts Eijht hours sleep Keep your bedroom window open all nightH a mat at your bedroom door DJ not have your bedstead the wall Use no cold bath in the water at the temperature of the body Exerci 2 before brew cfast Rut little meat and see that it is well cooced For adults Drink no milk Eat plenty of fat to feed the cells which disease germs Avoid intoxicants which those cells Exercise daily in the open air Live in the country if you can Watch the three D drinkmj wa ter damp and drains Have change of occupation holidaysKeep Dr Ottos Spruc Gum Balsam Cures your in a day pleasant to take Children cry for Large bottles Price 25c and For a Beautiful Complexion Usa Dr Carlstadta German Liver Powder For sale by R E Mciioberts Cheap Why I it that your ing neighbor always has so many troubles asked a suburban resident of another Heeaiiie he can borrow them a man that will borrow your rending and then get grumpy on your hands it you quit taking it You ran bet your that if he had to buy trouble he wouldnt have any De t wiel power of wealth b cJnteoa b stor houses purchasers b d GumBalsam a This is where gets its start and u Otto s diseases IuJe for again mornin but destr y A physician can prescribe Dr Ottos Formula is on the I There before are through it lift irnit Press Ever 3 avenue and you Long Ltfe Spru ptpercvery ay you Free 1 n tt k Kidney Diseases are the most fatal of diseasesall Foley s Kidney Cure a feuiniueeu remedy or money refunded C C J E Stormes 1m Killed by Her Lover LOUISVILLE Ky April 12 Ella Braddock a young colored woman Tuesday morning was shot and in stantly killed by her lover Oliver at her home at Seventh and Lex ington streets They quarreled Satur day and he swore to kill her The girl left her home in fear and remains away until Monday when he persuad cd her o return Tuesday morning he called on her and renewed the quarrel lie drew a revolver and shot her three times Winston escaped IU Killed Men IloiKixsvjLLE Ky Apt 51 12 Thorn as Freeman shot and instantly killed John and William Bills in Steward county Tenn The Bills wero Freemans resident with the avowed intention of killing old man Freeman who had defeated than in a lawsuit recently They had left hanging an elligy and several for him to leave the county It is feared a feud will follow the double killing Col Pepper to Retire From the Turf IJKXIXGTOX Ky April S Col James E Pepper has decided to retire from the turf and his 10 twoyearolds at Louisville in Eugene Leighs stable will be sold in New York April 17 activity in the whisky trade has led Col Pepper to abandon the turf temporarily and devote all his time to his distillery which is not in the big combine Louis Marx Ends Ills Life LOUISVILIK Ky April 12 Louis H Marx aged CO who came here seven months ago from Cincinnati committed suicide Tuesday in a bedroom over the saloon of Louis Flexner with whom he Voarded by shooting himself He had been suffering from asthma for a long while He leaves a wife and daughter in Cincinnati The body will be shipped to Cincinnati Ten Years for Alex Fence RICHMOND Ky April 8 After being out five hours the jury in the case of Alex Pence charged with the murder of James Smith for alleged intimacy with Mrs Pence brought in a verdict Friday morning fixing his punishment at ten years in the penitentiary Pences attorneys will appeal the case Murder or Suicide Robert Campbell a laborer took his own life or was murdered His wife begged him to recognize her while he was dying Printer Takes Poison PADUCAH Ky April 12 James Rob inson a printer aged 41 ears commit ted suicide Monday night at 11 oclock by taking morphine It was the sec and attempt He leaves a family Isis home was in Ohio Killed From Ambush MIDDLESBORO Ky April 9 Private advice from Upper Harlem state that Henry Masser and his younger son John were shot and killed from It is thought that neighbors did the work Electric Road In Kentucky HAKTFOKD Ky April 9 W C Hen ning of Dayton 0 will build an elec trie line from this place to Beaver Elevator Burned HENDERSOX Ky April 12 The Ken Milling Cos plant and elevator burned Monday night Loss 517000 insurance 11000 It will be rebuilt 111 of Smallpox BOWLING GHEEX Ky April 9 The health officers found Emma Threlkel and son colored in Shake Rag this city ill of smallpox Friday afternoon Elected County Treasurer GEORGETOWN Ky April 10 The fiscal court has reelected Pierce Ewing county treasurer The salary has been cut from 5400 to a year A local bank offered to fill the position free of charge for the use of the money but is was not accepted Meningitis In Clinton County ALRAXV Ky April 10 The infant of Robert Sloan died of meningitis This makes the third death from the dis ease in the county There etc several more cases in the county Colored Driver Drowned NEWHAVEX Ky April 9 Toots Brown a colored driver for Xevitts livery stable drove a horse and surrey to the river to it Friday night j and was drowned The team was also carried away by the high water s Winston approaching warnings Great police I I I I ambush I I I Dam I Ky tuck l 300 I I I I Two fosse trash t Ore Killed Another Mortally Wounded WILLIAMSISLMIG Ky April 12 James Shotwell and son John were drunk and disorderly at Corbin this county when Marshal USngham undertook their arrest They resisted and Police Judge Mcflitt was instantly killed Win Holland at whose house the shooting occurred was mortally wounded The Shotwells were ar rested The Trust buying U hlsky LEXINGTON Ky April II It is said that fully a half million dollars has been paid for whisky here by the trust within the last few weeks The prices have ranged from 51 J to SIS per barrel or more than teu rents per galion above i lie pries at which the same whisky sold prior to the tormatiou of the trust LRXIXCTOX Ky April H P J Lamphcar the well known whisiy ex pert who lull been chosen by the whisky men of the state to go to the Paris exposition in he interest of the Kentucky product left Sunday night for Chicago to roufcr with Commis signer Peck concerning his oluual ap pointment VERSAILLES Ky April 10 The fiscal court reelected Junes W Smith of the HarrisSeller Banking Co county treasurer for the ensuing year The court has appointed devise a new plan for managing the free turnpike roads The roads will probabiy be placed under the control of a county road superintendent Caiiiniinsionerft Sale OWCXSROKO Ky April 12 The sour mash distillery and all its appurte nances were sold Monday by the commissioner for the Columbia Finance and Trust Co assigner It was purchased for 91 tin Ken Distilleries and Warehouse Jo being the purchasers JSare Owners LOUISVILLE Ky April 83000 suit of M ft Kice against the L X Railroad Co tnt to trial Thursday in the circuit court The suit is based on the killng of Jame Do Hoe a race horse belonging to the this city Tinware Plant Louis VILIE Ky April F Mil ler Son of 15ltimore have the plant of Raible Smith Co former manufacturers of tinware in this city who recently assigned The price raid is 25000 The machinery will be moved to Baltimore The Colonels in Exrellent Condition LOUISVILLE Ky April 12 The Col onels practiced Monday morning and afternoon Capt Clarke says his men arc in excellent condition and will piny winning ball from the start The weather permitting the boys will practice until the season opens Long Timer Pardoned FKAXKFOLT Ky April 12 S G Gibson of Mercer was pardon ed Monday from paying the part of a 1000 fine for selling liquor unlawfully Gibson was in bad health had no money and had been in the workhouse to serve the fine 51 a day Killed by a Fall From His Horse CAMITOS Ky April 9 Rev Brewer of Lane fell off his horse on Main street here Friday morning dying instantly The Speed Can Be Saved LOUISVILLE Ky April 11 After an examination of the J K Speed MOD day morning river men and local in surance agents say that the boat can be raised without difficulty if the swift current and expected rise in the river do not prove disastrous Acquitted of Shooting RICHMOND Ky April 11 In the cuit court here Charles Wheeler white was sentenced to two years in the pen itentiary for forgery Rymel Thomas for shooting Garrett was acquitted Stockyards Company FRANKFORT Ky April 11 The Cen tral Covington Stockyards Co filed articles of incorporation in the office of the secretary of state Monday Capital stock 525000 The tors are Thomas J Snowden Louis Rabcnstein and James Kidd Merchant Has Assigned NICHOLASVILLE Ky April 11 F F Miller clothing dealer at this place assigned Monday to B M Arnett ol the First national bank He owes Cin cinnati firms r 1110 UIfCletl committee- to master tuck norm SThe plaintiffnear old SIIpurchas- ed I county state I Richard cir I incorpora lixprrta hl lon County Treaurer cashier Suit S C I I 1 Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH Price 25 SOc R E JIcRoberts Stored Away I visited at Cupids house and In Ish hall ten across a baby cab which stood against the wall To mingledhopeAnd there were two old bicycles which brought the match about Chicago Record A CHICAGO EPISODE A Physician IN A DAY tf f fJI the dad I p Alcoholized Partj Hie these mighty careless hie theresh one gone t bed an lei her shoe hie out n street all night Harlem Life A Poet of Passion He wrote some very pretty verse In which he told you know How he longed to sleep with quiet heart neath daisies in the snow He dumped that poem in the mail and then rushed home tis said To raise a row at insufficient bedclothes on his bed Chicago Record Not SulHclently 1 thought you believed in training girls for household7 rather than business affairs Sol do And yet your daughter is learning typewriting Yes but thats an exceptional case The poor girl hasnt enough aggressive independence to be a cook Chicago Post Unrest Xo she said Im not going to Eu rope The ocean seems so restless and dangerous now Well answered the young man when you think how full the ocean is of Spanish warships you cant blame it for being uneasy Washington Star Take Your Choice With or without asked the as the customer took his seat in the chair Without replied the customer Whereupon the barber shaved him without any conversation Chicago Tribune Pride Goelh lite Its mighty hard for the man of pride Of manner and gait precise To holJ up his head and he dignified On a sidewall covered with A W Bulletin Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH Price 25 SOc R E McRoberts 1 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 SeUAaaertlye barber Ice- I A Physician IN A DAY JI 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weekly Largest etrcnlation of any scientific Journal 3 ayear four months IL Sold by all Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 Number 6 Daily Stop 143 Number Daily Flag 3 Number dont stop 3 SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop if Number Daily except Number 9 toady except Number 3 Midnight Oar Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Ar Washington Philadelphia New York 645 340 10 r23 70i 1240 noon 908 ton John G Cnuner Ticket Agent Texlagton Ky QUEEN CRESCENT Low Rates National Convention Party of Ohio Cincinnati 01 2 1899 Annual Convention can Womans Suffrage Grand Rapids Mich April I 5 1899 National Society Sons of can Revolution Detroit 1899 American Library Association Cbn vention Atlanta Ga 820 jgoo 11 1899 From points TRADE MARS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS nl A n I CO361Broadwal New York Branch Office II5 at Queen Lexington datlyli 131 and850Px xThrough Refor th Annual Encampment G A Tennessee Rockwood Tenn in i I IJ c- Aay ie sending a sketch and description ucertain our opinion whether invention is sent ree securing patents r Sunday Lv 25 lr F March lick of IU TenD e a 1