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T3FyCRIP'7 REMEMBER, our Men's all wool suits at $5i.OO. The greatest line of Mens Suits in Cen tral Kentucky at $7.50, 10, 12, and $15; Come and get a suit, they are going fast. SEE OUR MENS PATENT LEATHER SHOES. Made by Florsheim, of Chicago, 'You will buy a pair. 'Squire J. S. Murphy, aged eghty- a five, an old and highly respected resident of Lincoln county, died Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. LizMen's Saddles zie Rice, near Iledgeville. The funeral was held at Stanford Sunday. Joseph' Onion Sets cheap at T. Currey's.. Good Harness, $7.50 India Linens at 'Squire Murphy was a native of Wayne Ladies, see the Crepons at Joseph's Valentine Bush Beans atT. Currey-'jNow is the time to have, your old cpunty, and commenced life as a tanBridles rbuggy, pheaton or surrey made new ner. Later he was prominent In bank Taffeta and Fancy Silks at JosErn'si Ladies Muslin Underwear at Josephs first class work very low prices-- . ing circles in Stanford. Deceased was a member of the Christian church for W?.T. Romans .25 The latest in Dress Goods at Joseph's. Lovely Pirfues and Ginghams at Good sixty-tw- o years. Joseph's. Jolin K. Faulkner Head. Third degree work at K. P. lodge morning states that Colored Itecrtiitg. A telegram this Collar Will give 8ctsvdozen for eggs this tomorrow night. John K. Faulkner died last night at The War Department has wired Lt jL B. aortiicott. week. Silver Creek, of congestion of the W. T. Johnston, recruiting otlicer at Trace Chains See the Laces and "Hamburgs. at Pie plant roots for sale fiOc per doz lungs. 'So further particulars could Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored.ap- Joseph's. plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser J. C. Thompson be learned. HAMES, Get our prices on Harness and Sadvice, sending the former to Fort Grant, BREECHING, For Kent, Carpets in the. roll. dlery. J. R. Haselden. tVrizona, and the latter to Fort Doug" The large Lodge Room over Post lass, Salt Lake City. This isanex COLLAR PADS, J. A. Beazley & Co. otlice. Will make good offices. Call cellent opportunity for young Best buggy harness in town cheap. colored on W. T. West or W. McO Johnston men to get into See our line of Ladies Oxfords. W. J. Romans. the regular Army. in'TowD. Best Two-HorW. O. Bradley Logan & Robinson. for particulars. Recruit for white Infantry and Caval Late styles of sash buckles 2."d up ry regiments are also wanted. Apply Thompson the Jewelpr. S ;ed Swaet and Irish Potatoes. AH Bought and will Build. to Lieut. W. T. Johnston. kinds Cheap at T. Currdys Cant. Tom Austinhas purchased of Main St. Lexington, Ky, Everything new and stylish in Lad Sevmore Hiatt and Bob Hamilton Maple trees for Sprang planting. ies line Oxfords.. Logan & Romnson, on Crab Orchard street, their lots IV. C T. V. J. C. Thompson. facing Cemetery, for $325. Capt Aus An interesting meeting of the W. C. If you want stylish tailor made suit W. I. Williams, Col. W. G. Welch, Dont forget the big Cooking Range tin will erect a handsome dwelling T. U. was held last Saturday at which Lancaster. leave your order with Logan & Rob Stanford. tolbe given away at Joseph's. See it. thereon. 'The Problem of the Individual" was inson. discussed. The subject for discussion We are better prepared than ever to Couldn't Go. Luriicrt Aid Society. the coming Saturday will be "Whyl J. A. Beazley & Co. WELCH On account of illness of Lieut Gov. im a Will meet with Mrs. Walter Beazley sell you carpets. All members Saturday afternoon at 2:30. Worthington, Gov. Bradley could not are earnestly requested to be present Wanted. go with the railroad committee to at each meeting, and new 3 members Car Iron and Bones, II. B. North- - New York. Mr. Farra understands Look out for Swindlrs on Rubber ire at all times cordially welcomed. tires. W. J. Romans.' has the best cott. the matter thoroughly, and Garrard's Meetings are held every Saturday afmade. Clover, Timothy, Blue Grass, Orch- interest will be well set forth. ternoon over the National Bank. They get a most liberal showing here the Blacks, always at Examine t he American Xo. 20, Chill ard Grass and Seed Oats, S. "G. Gaines'. Jno. W. Logan Dead. Killed in a Shalt. popular, always rich and dressy, they hold first ed Plow, at Haselden's, it is . f ullv Mr. Jno. W. Logan died at his res His grandfather, Mr. W.G.Ander Ml business attended to promptly guaranteed. place in the affections, of many women. This A large lot of Collars, Pads, Hames, idence on the Stanford pike, Frida', son, ot this place, has received a teles and wagon breeching, in his 74th year. He was a prominent gram announcing the death of John year's assortment surpasses anything Experience has taught us how to J. R. Haselden. man, honest, reliable and a Christian I)., a son of J. Roe Young, near Phoe measure you for a stylish toilor made going cheap. we have gathered before. gentleman. The remains were in- nix, Arz. 'lhe young man had a lu Logan & Robinson. BEAZLEY HAUGHMAN. suit. owen Ver terred in Lancaster Cemetery Sunday. crative position at a mine and, report ays, he fell into the shaft, a distance eksV Fancy Clover and Timothy Tiny low prices for two Barred Flyinotlirocks. sold and delivered anywhere in town of 100 feet, killing him instantly. No J. C. Thompson. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, have a fine pen of the above chick further particulars have yet Our offerings of Organdies, Dimities, Lawns, White and I by G. S. Gaines been re ens, and will sell eggs at 50 cents per ceived by relatives Colored Piques, Ginghams and all kinds of Wash Fabhere. The family See our line of Hemp, Cotton and setting of lu. They are medium size, Cozy lEomc. Wool Carpets. Also line of Matting. splendid layers and mature early. have great sympathy from many Ken rics are the cream of the season's pickings. The Mr Robt Embry has about complet cheap. Logan Dry Goods Leave orders at .McRoberts Drugstore, tucky friends. ed a cozy residence on Lexington street. We sell them colorings are Rich and Beautiful and qualities Company. R. W. McRoberts. tf 3I:iss Convention. ure much superior to what might be expectWe can show you 1,000 samples for Headquarters Changed. In obedience to a call made on March ISulldiiig Lot. tailor made suits. Confe to us we will ed at the prices we ask for them. 18!)! by the Republican Committee Since our article in regard to the ho ith If you want to buy a nice Building dress you correctly. Logan & Robin Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres, tel foundation was published, the gas for the second Rail Road Commission son. bags have lazily dragged themselves er's District, a mass convention will be cheap. T. Currey. back to the stores and are now telling held in the county court room in Lan- Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Hemp Seed. why the new railroad will not be built. aster, Ky. .on Monday. April 17th lS'.O. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- Graham, Xutricious and Digcstable. of Enforce the loitering ordinance, and it 1 o'clock P. M., for the purpo.se of I have about twentj Nothing like it. II. C. Potts, Buckfancy hemp seed for sale) it will be a great benefit to the town. selecting delegates to represent Gar-eye, Ky. BALMING a SPECIALTY. G.iS. Gaines ard County in the convent 'on to l.e Social Club. Cr.uuitl lSrokeu. held at Music Hall. Kv. on The Social C!ub will meet again SatJiiglit Wanted. Arc. On to New York. S. C. Denny lias broken ground for pri! l! h, to Carpets, &c. i handsome residence on his lot be Eggs and Chickens.GjOod price paid urday night in Masonic Hall. The for Rail Road Hondo it a candidate Col. S. Hays :.ays: "The boy Garrard's representative, John M. discussion of the Philipinc question at tween Co'. Cullicr and Cyrus Eason on Bring them in before prices drop. D. R. l'ei.ui:it. Chm. who generally succeeds in life is the Farm, joined the committee at Louislast meeting was quite interesting. A 11. & Northcott. Lexington Street. pour boy who has o hustle"' for a ville, Friday, and the entire party splendid- program will be given at Mj iving during the day and get his edu went to New York, Saturday, where next meeting. Evcybody is cordially A "theatrical troupe", traveling in cation at night. It is the boy with an engagement was had with the invited to ba present. coveivd wagon, struck the town pluck, miisclo and hutl- - wiiogener.il- - Southern Railway people to meet Monday and gave a show in the Court lv "gfts there," wiii'.e "nioininer's Tuesday. The committee was armed Pay Your School Tax. pel" is standing around with maps, surveys, statistics and JL The Garrard Circuit Court has de- House. A small crowd attended, com feather-be- d cided that the Lancaster Grade'd Com- posed mostly of boys who entertained sucking wind and killing time waiting talk enough to build a road around the mon School is on a legal basis and that themselves by commenting, aloud, up for his opportunity to light out "over world, and if they don't get the matafter he ter before President Spencer in a fathe school tax must be paid and un- on the dancing of the greasy, bandy the hill to the less paid at once levies and sales will shanked, woman in a knee dress. The has helped to spend what the "old vorable way, it will be a surprise. be made. By order of the Board of artists" were'so bum that jailer Dave man" worked hard for and couldn't Each representative from other counRoss tired the whole shooting match take with him when he died." Trustees. E. W. Harris. Coll'r. ties carried an absolute guarantee of from the building and they sailed the right of way, and our man can Sprint; Opening., New Stand. for a more congenial clime. The regular openings of spring mil- safely say that our people will do what We are, now in our new building, Twill be many da3's before another tra v linery is looked forward to with much is right by the road. While.of course, corner Crab Orchard and Campbell eling troupe gets the use of the Court pleasure by the female population, but there is possibility of failure, yet we streets, better prepared than ever to House. the rain kept many of them in the believe we have every reason for befurnish Flour in exchange for wheat. house Saturday and they had to wait think it will be built. It is now a Farmers, bring on your grain and get Uncle Joe Hopper. until this week. Noel sisters and settled fact that the Southern hns turnout of. Hour a nice pair of TJp-Ou- r a good none in the state.second in qual- One of the most interesting individ Miss Sallie Tillett, the Lancaster deal- bought the Air Line, running from you ity to uals of Central Kentucky is "Uncle" Louisville to St. Louis. Owning the 2t te Styles are the Latest. Potts Bros. Joe Hopper, says the Lexington Her- ers, have brought on lovely lines of Louisville Southern to Burgin, isn't a Oxfords Call on us. hats, ribbons, etc., this season, and ald, lie was for years an organizer of Levy In Boyle. their stores are fixed up as pretty as natural inference that the company tax levy for this year abbatli schools and is now a success my city establishment, and the most will want to connect, by building the He perhaps knows fastidious dressers can find what they &i mile link on to Middlesboro where and a half cents, divi- ful evangelist. is thirty-nin- e ded as follows; For county roads, nine more men and has more friends than want right here at home. Those who their southern lines terminate? At" cents; for payments on turnpikes and iny other man in this section, and have not seen them should come in at my rate, it's worth the while and money to make a tight for, and it is keeping up same, fourteen and a half few men have done more good in more once before the stocks are broken. ays to more people than "Uncle Joe." gratifying to sec how the business cents; ordinary expenses, sixteen cts. Kentucky's Dead at Chickamauga. men have taken hold of the matter. On the sixteen cents for ordinary ex His preaching and praying and singXo braver men ever fell. The Com penses seven cents is for the improve ing have attractions all their own and in not fail to help those who hear monwealth has honored them by the KIND AVOKDS. ment on the court house. him. erection of a magnificent monument. A Paint Lick Enterprise. The Lancaster Record was ten The Governor and his Staff, state offi Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Go to Work. cials, citizens and friends will partici years old last Saturday. It is a nice. Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting A Georgia exchange is authority for pate in its dedication Wendesday,May bouncing boy, and is able to hold its with ready sale everywhere. Persons the following paragraph: "The sun :5rd. Rates on the Queen & Crescent own in a large crowd. We watch for who have used ithsay it's a marked shines as brightly as it ever did, our Route one fare for the round trip,May its appearance at our office as it alsuccess and a sure cure for Fistula, wives and sweethearts are as sweet 1st and 2nd, good to May Cth, return ways teems with news and its tone is Polevil, Sweeney, Scratches, Enlarge and lovable as ever, the pure air of ing- always cheerful. 2sicholasville Demoment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on heaven is as free and the breezes as in- Georgia dedicates her monument crat. i written guarantee, and money re igorating as in days of yore; Kow May 2nd, Kentucky May 3rd, Illinois Last Thursday the Lancaster Rec funded if not as represented. let's quit moping and growling and May 4th. Let all Kentuckians go,and t. It complaining and go to enjoying the swell her representation on this great ord passed its tenth Beady lor Business. be day. Remember one fare for theoundr was founded by a christian gentleman many blessings that are spread out Come and give your measures and type, the lamented Jas. fore us and be thankful for what we trip via The Queen & Crescent Route. of the highest save a lew aoiiars. uest quality, at have, R. Marrs, who gave it up to its presnaif of our woes in life are shoddy prices, from Wanamaker and ent proprietor, Louis Landram, a wor Ark Shooting. maginary, and most of the other half Brown and Howard Tailoring comMonday night about ten o'clock, as thy successor, and one who has never , pany. You can get the first choice are Alex Gill, better known as "Buggy lowered its colors to the enemy of by coming now and order suit to come Horse" was entering a door of the 'public weal. May The Record con Disgusting. tailor-mae- d when you want it. Suits, tinue to be a credit, alike to its foundThe shooting of pistols on the "Ark," on Battle Row, two shots were er, Suits from $10. to $30. Ready-to-wepresent streets at night has become to be a fired at him by parties armed with a gooditscounty ofproprietor, and to the $7.50 to $20. Come while I am at Garrard. Richmond nuisance of the largest proportions. shot gun. "Buggy" was struck in both home. Fit and quality quaranteed. Hardly a night passes without ten to legs and painfully wounded, ne says Climax. M. D. Hugiies Agent. All wool. hundred shots being fired within there were two men standing about The Lancaster Record was 10 years Runaway. the town limits, and most frequently fifty feet from him, and, after firing old lasfrweek and is one of the best ex gun, then shot at him with a pis- changes that comes to this office. Lou Wednesday afternoon a team be- on the Public SquarcTo those living the longing to Mr. Donahue became fright- near the Square, this thing has become tol. The shot passed through the is Landram has done as much for ened on Danville avenue and dashed exceedingly monotinous. If only one door and struck Anderson Leavell, an- the building up of Lancaster as any through the street at great speed. The officer is to be employed, he should by other darkey, making a slight wound citizen in it, and the people are show in which IS TOE LATEST. OUR BATS ARE STYLISH, OCR UN- - animals tried to turn in the cross all means be put on night duty. It is and Hushing a game of cards were en- ing their appreciation of it by subscriOUR NECK-WEAstreet at Arnold's shop, but could not pretty hard to have to pay taxes for Leavell and several others bing for the Record. Jessamine make the turn, and struck the resi- Police "protection" and then be kept gaged. It has not been learned who Journal. WILL PLEASE YOU. as both parties ran as DERWEAR dence of Dr. Grant. A hole about awake .nearly every night by drunken fired ,the shots, four feet square was torn through the rowdies who not only kick up the dev- - soon as doing the shooting. It was K. C. Branch. generally, but endanger life and evidently done by parties who wanted brick wall, scattering brick and morMixed, passes Laacmatar 11 :1 A.M tar all over the kitchen, which is in property. When, some good citizen is "Buggy's" scalp. Latkk Will Roys- " 3:15 r. X the basement. The mules and driver killed by a stray bullet, probably steps ton has been arrested for the shooting North-b'n" Pasa'gr " 32AJ( says he will have no tro.uble in escaped uninjured, but the wagon was will then be taken to put a stop to but " UMxm. Northb'ad " proving an alibi. d outrage. this wrecked. LOOK set Back Bands s rn i u AnncTirr.c $2.75 up. .75 I wish to rent out the property be longing to Mrs. Susan Fisher, on Lex ington street. Possession given im mediately. J. W. Sweeney. carry a ling of Carpets and Mat We tings in stock ready for immediate delivery. ' Logan Dhy Goods Co. ITCurpliy. Extra Blind 2 All Leather .85 Fair .25 Correct Dress Fabrics. Wap J.R. HASELOil. k The new Fabrics are making a great The fun of it is that the U prices don't hit your pocketbook hard. White-Ribboner- ." Attorneys at Law, Dress Coods. Lancaster Ky. Trace-chain- e LOGAN SHY GOODS CO. l " Loui.-,vil- Furniture, Commi-vsione- Lancas'' er, Ky. - VJ qpptmPt n x f n r p q ON DISPLAY r poor-house- ," LjlUIES To-Da- If want DBS PRICES !HE LOW BT. Boyle-county'- mile-pos- Sits to EtghMi, Rr I Ms, all pes. Logan Bonth-b'n- d & Robinson. d high-hande- 4 t CENTRAL RECORD EVEKY WESK IIY ram All Paris ot Uarrarch Fj Flatwood. Mrs. Ebb Scott is very sick at this writing. There will be a daily mail at Ftat- wood now. J. C. Fox bought a mule from Jas. Worrell, for S18. J. C. Fox bought Frank Gross' farm of 45 acres for 200. We are having a very flourishing Sunday school at Good Hope. Charlie Graves bought John Mc- Querry's and Thos. White's 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 several 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 prett'iest girl there. Mr. Len Wilburn will run W. If. Furr's corn mill every Tuesday and Friday. He will also run the blacksmith 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 learned the value of One Minute Cough Cure and use it for severe lung and throat troubles. It immcdiatelystops coughing. It never fails. Stormes' Drug Store. DEDICATION w y I.OVJS LXXDRAiT, PnbmUer. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. , MONUMENT Mason Pollard sold to F. P. ICemper Alex Simpson, bought of; Joseph AT THE and G. C. Woods, a lot oi corn ior Simpson, 3 cattle atSS7.00. Njienal Military Perk, 1.73 per barrel. W. 13. Burton, bought oC different April 13, 1303 THURSDAY, AT People in this community are pre parties, a lot of hogs at 3i x:ents per paring i) piant Liien giuuens, hui"b pound. Mjmiu.u Gi)i:gb Pkvi:y contin that spring has come at last. Messrs Bobert and Will Iviruiaird of ues to Kivc evidence thai lie is the Mr. lleuuen Baylor celebrated his your city were in our village Monday and brainiest of Americans. 75th birthday last Wednesday. e afternoon pr:itst Miss Huttie Jones is corresjxm-,i..- r MAY He lias given to tha Manila should suppose .that he was rather with Miss Minnie Hendren, of MadiWeekly an interview weary .nf Tulle's when night came, as it is some son this week Misses Myrtle and iG9, that he he what remarkable for one of his age. ,wirli!i"lhc suirceslion Lottie Nave, of Long Branch, were ..v'ulo rinulidatc for President next T. D. Scott visited in Tficholasvillc visiting friends here Saturday and vnnr. The Admiral said: "I am Mr. aud Mrs. Alex Miles, and Lexington, this week. . . .Mrs. Ebb Sunday ciiinr. and a sailor has no politics Dickcrson, of Buckeye, visited her sis and daughters, of Nicholasville, were IFrom CINCINNATI is his party, be it the administration Kennedy, last week. . . . with relatives, and attended church Democratic, it maku. ter, Mrs. Mke Rcmibllcan or KENTUCKY Mrs. Ebb Dickerson, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Pollard visaed here Sunday Hiiwnee. Then again, 1 come their parents at Hcdgeville, Sunday. spent the greater part of the week via the what that fmi.1 Vermont. You know Miss Lucy Scott, of ISicholasvilJe, with her father's family at Marksbury a Hundreds of pieces, different styles from those you see mims. To be anything hut a man is visiting her parents, T. x). bcott Miss Hattie Bogie, and brother, AND publican in Vermont is to he and wife. . . .Mrs. Mary Floydot iioyie, John, have returned from a visit to home. Genuine Scoteh Madras and a nartv. My flag lieutenant Miss Nannie Miss Tine Johnson, of Marcellus, relatives in Murcer fnmi fi winna. and he tells me and beautiful line of colors and designs 18, SO, 25 and 40c. IT. D. Aldridge, last week Harris, of your city, is the ROUTE t., ,t tn ha anvthin.cbuta Democrat in visited Mrs. II. Bogie and wife spent guest of Miss Mary Leavel, charming much to ..Mr. CHAS. T7. ZEI.L, IMv.Pass'r 1 lived is-- in ha nobody. Sure to wash 'well. Fancy linens for waists If chocks, c.Mti. the delight of a certain young man of Sundav with friends n Danville O. X. aiXTCHELIfc, Div. Pas3r Agt , ii..Knsiiii 1 should probably b Chattanocca. Tcnn. and daugh- this place stripes and solid colors at'30c, Printed This community lost one Linens yard .x S. T. SWI5T. Paaj"r l Tictci A ct " -Af1mir:il DeV.CV Silid Itev. "W. M. Kuykendall , spent Monday night iJ iitio.i-of her best citizens when Mr. E, W, ter, Miss Mar-o:.positioi i wide 50c; Best Seersucker Ginghams alicolors 12 tint n?ilhcr by vocation, lie capacua with s, Colby Jenkins, at Bryants-vill- Lawless passed, avay, His death ocor training was n i 'M.inn cured at the home of his sister Mrs Koechlms and Kaufmans finest printed organdies Presidential chair. He i d t till thewas too well aloiiR In life Many people suffer untold tortures Dunn, at Millklgcville, He had been that lie 25c yd; Linen Lawns 25c; Finest printed Dimities that Ins from piles, because of tj consider such possibilitie.;, and that pression that they canthe popular im- in very poor health for soma time, but cured. had regained sutllcont strength to not be 25c; Printed Pigues 15c and up. health would Jiot admit it, liisiiWswni-- was alone: dillerent Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment will visit his sister, but soon grew worse cure them. It has met with absolute and death resulted on a very short lines of effort. success. Price, ;"0 cts. in bottles, tubes. time. His remains were interred in Or- Im. the Lancaster Cemetery, beside his C. C. & J. E. Stormes.lm. bi T:ik Kcutucky wife who died a few years ago. To 2 atorical Contest was held in Lexington loved ones left behind we extend oiu the t.h? other night and that good Wm. Caldwell left a few days ago to All kinds of Sheer goods for Commencement dresses or Our Tine Bed Durham XSulI our sympathy, town was made to ring by the yells of ttend school at Annville, Jackson youn d longhaired, line of summer milline- . These horrid fits of depression, mel- county. A beautiful the to $1.00; Swiss Mulis from 25c to Will make the present season on gandies from ancholy, low spirits, and sudden irrir josters representing the several insti ry at Mrs. A. S. KaseldenV, our farm, 2 miles from Lancaster Boian Bros, received their new boiler 75c; of these con 15 to 50c; Dimities. India Linens, Batistes tuitions. The srettirs-uon new Danville, pike, and will Will Boner's horse got loose Sunday tability, that sometimes afflict even a few days ago and will soon be ready malicious Lest.? should be indicted for night and ran away, upsetting several good tempered people, is due to the to start their mills again. Mulls etc. "We save you some money on any of these serve cows at $i.oo. Monev due material fl struct ion of at time of service. vehicles, but doing no serious dam- blood being permeated with blackbilc. Some of our farmers are preparing Everything you .. tviv it is a lontr time be age. Herbine will purify the blood, restore up these dresses. need to AM and ED BOURNE. im comes to the conclusion lie health and cheerfulness. Price, oOcts. to sow their oats, and also to begin to he J. S. Ilaselden has employed Will break their ground for corn. to work. In fact i C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm mast learn how Twenty-fiv- e Cords, checks, kinds of "White Pigue of Danville, an expert saddle George Carter has sold his little craKiimM hnnnens that ths lead re Smith, workman. l-size, up; !DTew lace farm, two miles south of here, to a stripes, figures and lace stripe3 from 12 m iins swolen to an enormous killed him Mr. Baker, from the mountains, and NOTARY PUBLIC, mrlrne but th? chTy air of pov ty Jim Moss, of Jessamine, was married 10 and 15c and up stripes plain and puffed for "Waists He w 11 reduce it. The breath wasted in self on the 10th inst. P. S. Terrill sold to J. B. Leavell, has moved to Berea. Cancould be used much about two months ago to a Miss Mrs. E. J. Wallace is quite sick, and Allover Embroideries, Tuckings andReveering for waists, BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY mese one weanling calf at 20. more appropriately in learning to give ter. her recovery is regarded as doubtful. -Bennle Poor is very ill at this wriLand. Sorojor ani for George Mukes, a colored man, was Drs. Perkins, of our town, and Corne Yokes and Trimmings from 40 c to $4. yd. Great line o fas proper accent on Cee" and found deai on the farm of Jim Burn-sid- ting with some kind of throat ailec lius, of Berea, agree that her lungs, law." Point Insertions and Bands from 1 to 6 inch wide, AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO having been killed by an un- tion. liver and kidneys are diseased. Go to J. E. Scott for farming tools JIo.v. C. C McC'ikh:d was nomina- known person, was the verdict renderfrom 5c to 50c yd. Compare our prices on these special ne can supply It seems possible, and even proba of every description, OUtk ted for railroad commiriMoner by the ed by the Coroner's jury. ble, that a pike from Wallaceton to values Sale Dimity 12 2 and 17 c, worth 5c yd more your wants. l)mocratic Convention at Frankfort. Mesdames Dunn and Ballard attendBerea, may be commenced, if not com I will sell nt pnbllcontcry at mv resit St, Dr. nicy, oi Danvmo, preached an pletcd, within the present year. The The several candidates for governor, ed the millinery opening in Lancaster near Marcelln-t- on or rather their friends, were conspfcu ...,Mir,s Hattie Jennings, of Lower interesting sermon at Harmony church enterprise is u very worthy one and is SATL'RDVY A1T.II. 15, W ThefoIIuwins iroperivi Mn o.ss throughoufthe meeting, and weie Garrard, visited relatives here Sunday. last Sunday at 11 o'clock. t being pushed by the leading citizens Mule, 2 two Horse Mule. 2 Con-- . t, pulling the wires for the advancement !...Miss Bessie King and .Mrs. Z. James Burnside, of near this place, of both towns. 1 DIc Drill, 1 MsCurmncb self Kafce. I IIsc of their interests. Some excitement is erecting an addition to his dwelling visited in Lincoln this week. Cutting Kurro-.v- 2 Cultivators. Ulamoml HarMr. Editor, please allow me to sug .vas created when a young fellow namSPECIAL. 100 doz Ladies pure" "bleached ribbed Vests row, 1 Kollar. CWer Mill, Dlx cuttlns Box Mr. Ike Montgomery, an aged citi- and is getting along nicely with the gest to the many readers of the Rec- Full set Tools, many other art! produced eight $50 bills and ed Graves zen of the Ml. Hebron vicinity, died work. taped neck and arms, subject to slight Manufac-turersi- m cles. Will al.so sell a lot ot Meat. Honsahold okd that even editors do not alwavs aild they were given him by Chas. E. April , and was buried in Mt. Hebron an-James Christopher sold to' L. II, mean all they write in their editorsals Kitchen Furniture. Also U tons of Hay, Summers for votes for McChord. Some cemetery. He had been a good perfections, sell every where two for a quarter, (covered with lumber.) and 1,000 feet of LumHudson, of Camp Dick ltobinson, his ind that you were only indulging in ber. lulieve the statement true, but others man. and will be missed in the crop of lint hemp at 84.50 per hundred thoughtless joke last week when, in our price is 7 2 TEKMS mada known on day of aa!e. think it only a bungling job attempt- community in which he lived. He delivered, (no doubt fcrring to C. F. Yejgek Marcellus, Ky. on Graves' side of the ed to help those a large family who have the leaves The pastor, V. T. Willis, of Brown's the meanest class of men, (?) you said Complete line of Vests, Pants and Union Suits from fence. At any rate, the fellow who sympathy of the.community in their Chapel, will hold the second quarterly "To hades with all such," and then ORGANIZED 1SS3. tried to work the game made a miser- bereavement. meeting at this church next Saturday declared yourself willing to "go with 10c up and values are such as you cannot equal. shy. able failure and is now any band to help hang such men" Through the goodness of the Lord. and Sunday, the 15th and Kith. NATIONAL BAM, Miss Minnie Grow, of Wilmore, is thus, of course, sending them to hades Co:. Jack Chink says so far as he is my raitluiu prayers, aim me laiuiuu U Or LM0ASTES. FT. concerned, the trouble between he and prayers of my dear christian friends, visiting friends in this vicinity this and also making of yourself a murder Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker, of or, the destination of whom is made C.arlie Bronston is at an end. He md the assistance of human agencies week s lys it was purely personal and an ex- in the way of medical skill, attentive Versailles, will visit the family of J very positive in Rev, 22.15. No, we Capital, $50, on the B. Robinson, Saturday and Sunday.., are not willing to believe that ou amination of his record will show he and competent nursing, 1 am "We have opened the choicest line fine wash waists road to recoverj'. Oil! what a blessing John L. Christopher and wife, made a worthy editor is that sort of a man. Surplus Fuml ;i :ver had trouble with any gentleman. We visit to relatives in Lexington, last a small place. Price range from $1. to $4 Even the most vigorous and hearty ever shown I am not the bully," remarks the if we keep His commandments. prec- Sunday and Monday, and returned .people have at times a feeling of weak colonel, "some people in the country will realize the beauties of the BTJSINKSS SOLICITKO. style, finish and shape, and cannot a home Tuesday To dispel this They are perfect Ilollis Spoonamore ness and lassitude. h ive pictured me. It requires more ious promises of the Lord. With Car efnl an d Pro rip t A tt cc t ten a caraii toed g'nuiut bravery not to take human heart overflowing with gratitude, i utd family visited his sister, Mrs. Win. feeling take Herbine; it will impart be copied home. Silk Waists we show fr enty styles Bryantsville Johnson, below Harrodsburg, last Sun vigor and vitality. Price. 50 cents, life than it requires to take it." "Well, thank the dear people of ...Presidea perfect fit J. X. n.'GGINBOTHAM.... white, black and colors from 3. to $18. will and vicinity for their unusual kind- day C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Hiram Baruett made a short lm m .be they wont tight, but what Lewis Y. Leavell. my lfng illness, and visit to Little Hickman, last Sunday, b'come of the reputation for being ness to me during 8. F. Hudson Cf,CE ting. V7. O. Riosey 'bad uns" if cold lead is not used my prayer is, that they may finally md returned home on Monday morn Assistant gain an inheritance in the city wiiose is usual. meet?. when the men Boos CD. Walzke streets are paved with gold; where For a quick remedy and one that it A tenant house belonging to S. Mor dispatch to Sundays sickness, suffering, pain and sorrow perfectly safe A Washington for children let us rec- gan, burned Wednesday night DIRECTOR3 : are not known, but all is a charm of ommend One Minute Cough Cure, says: Courier-JournIt Mrs; J. L, McGarley has received the G reatf ully Yours, G ro. M. Davison is in the city en route endless joy. J. M. HlQSINBOTHAM, I.w:t Y.Leavsll, is excellent for croup, hoarseness, tick? W. C. Akmstkoxg. news of the death of her brother All strictly tailor made and with a "hang" which you do J.8.J0HH30H, j ew York. Judge Davison will T.II.Aesold, ling in the throat and coughs. Stormes sad City, Mr. niram Bunn, pf to Washington in a few days For frost bites, burns, indolent sores, Drug Store. home-mad- e Skirts? Our leader is Cheviot SI. C. Arnold, Ju. B. F. HCDsQ. Illinois. lie fell from a loft, receiving not often see lLZX.QlBSB, and will remain here until his contest eczemas, skin disease, and especially J. J.Walzsk injuries from which he died in two which makes the best possible Shirt "Waist Skirt. These Gilbert Piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve arainst Representative-elec- t Jacob Y. KOBiraoii. pre stands first and best. Look out for .days. is briefed and fully prepared lor many styles both plain and trimmed from $3 Mrs. Martha Schooler, of Paint we have smtation to an Election Committee, dishonest people who try to Imitate Judge Davison states that he will not and counterfeit it. It's their endorse ft. KINHAiP.G'S cts, for Lick, is visiting relatives n this vi tp $12. Jerome Layton is paying 3i you these on you will appreciate them. Misses KatiePayneand Mat-ti- e cinity become a candidate for Governor un ment of a irood article. Worthless stock hogs, Cormney, of Preachersville, spent any condition, prefering a seat in croods arc not imitated. Get DeWitts Squire Burton bought of .Chas, MobMonday with Mrs, O. B. Perkins. Witch Hazel Salve. Stormes' Dm; crly, a horse, at 840. the House to the Governor s chair. Store. Messrs, Parish Mehan. Geo. Brown Representing Oter The work of repairing Freedom qnd Miley Walker, were in our vicini TnK peace treaties were signed Tues church will begin soon. Mrs, J. J. Thompson day at the White House, and Spain ty Sunday Lige Baker bought of Joe Simpson spent Monday with friends at Swee "We haye confidence and Uncle Sam have kissed and made pur line. Try on one and get the In the following Fire Insurance We are sorry to say that Mr. Mike of Buckeye, one bull for $40. un. So farsotrood. but Uncle Sam's ney. price: You will be pleased; they are out and show troubles are not over by a jugfull, and Forbes eyes are no better, but he has Next Sunday is regular meeting day suprem One reason for the English Companies a there is no telling when the old fellow a new doctor, and we sincerely hope at Freedom. J. I.Wills, is pastor. Prices $10. to $30. Cheapest have the cy in mutton growing is that there the "Tailor Made." .06 p. m Mr. It L. will be able to hang up his rille. Eve- they wijl soon be strong JEtua of Hartford. O. J. Moberly was a witness for the the lambs and sheep are fed always coat Silk lined. ry day we have reports that the trou Warner vi&ited his sister Mrs. J. W. Commonwealth at Richmond against upon it :50 a.m. the best the land affords, and Qnecn of America. ble in the Philippines Is nearing an Perrin at Stanford the early part of Dick Wheeler, of this county, for ob not confined to short pastures and :1 U5 a.m. 7:55 p.m. 3Iisses Liljje Warner and tabling money falsely. Wheeler gets papers also contain ac the week end, but the National of Hartfort. A3 p.m.. stubble field?. Jennie Hardin visited Miss Ilattie two years in the pen. counts of haid fighting. To be bound hand and foot for yea Fhcnix of Brooklyn. Jones of Buckeye Saturday night and Mrs. Sam Ward, of Livingston, is by the chains pf disease is the wor. Sunday..., Mr- - and Mrs W. K. War Hartford of Hartford. flic Kaslc, King oC all Birds. ner visited relatives in Stanford the visiting relatives and friends in this form of slavery. George D. Williams, this section. Try us on Silks for "Waists is noted for its keen sight, clear aud Manchester of England. John Simpson, of Buckeye of Manchester, Mich, tells how such a is the largest latter part of last week. . ...Miss Min vicinity distinct vision. So are those persons nie Pherigo visited Miss Irene Simpr has recovered sufficiently to visit his slave was made free. He. says: "My or Dresses,for Connecticut of Hartford. or Evening. We have them to suit Street who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve son at Teatersville Saturday night and parents this week Wiley Prcwit is wife has been so helpless for five North British and Xerrhantile. for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any Sunday. the happy father of a girl baby. . , years that she could not turn over in any occasion. Satins, Taffetas, Peau Dc. Soie3, Liberty's kind of irranulated lids. Sold at 25cts using two bottles pf Germaa Arasrida of Jfauv Tiiri. sprains and Mrs. EHar Baker and Miss Mary Prewj bed alone. wounds, burns, Crepe Du chenes, Chifibns etc. "White, Black and Colors lm Cuts, quickly heal if you apply Bal"MeRoberts Driiir Store. itt, of Madison county, arc visiting Electric Bitters, she is wonderfully imbruises proved and able to do her'owu'jygrfiV" Big line of fancy waists. you can-'- t come to see the Liverpool and London and tilobe. lard's Snow Liniment Priec, 25 cfs, Mrs. Wiley Prewitt. Mutton is healtheirand cleaner than aud 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm This supreme remedy for female dis- I also represent the old reliable James Wiley and Thomas Murphy, ga ;es quickly cures nervousness, sleep- whole stock write for samples. the'ilesh of any other animal; Its dis t. engaged in a pitched battle on Sunday ease are not hidden, and the sheep eat lessness, melancholy, Ijeadache, back; Torx Lite Jast, when the latter received a death scrofula qr no filth: they impart no ache, fainting and 'djzzy shells. Tis stroke living about one hour. Mur-trichina: but nutritious as our mutmiracle wprking inedicine is a gpdsenfj and Thomas phy was 22 years, and Wiley 17, botlj John II. McQuerry ton is, it might be made better. With to weak, sickly, run down peope. better attention, farmers might serve White, sold their crop oftabacco to of good families as live in this section. Every bottle guaranteed, OnlyQc, 4 Charles Graves and E. II.' Walker, for S. D. Turner landed Wiley In jail at Sold by R. E, McRoborts Druggist, lm themselves and the public better. Spring 1899 metK Richmond, where ho ill call for a 7 cents 'round. r 'TlieOM Farm llouo ou tfle Hjll." shot in Lung Irritation. TRSES, PI, ANTS, S. E. Ham mack boucrht one cow speedy trial. He s as Murphy thers were We have just received from the pubIs the forerunner to cousumplson from Chas. Murray, for &jl. Fruit and ornamental Trees, lishers one of the greatest home songs advancing on him. will cure it, Dr. Bell's The sick ones in this neighborhood ever written, suitable for the piano or Shrubs, small fruits and every aind give such strength to the lungs arc better, except Miss Nina organ. Words and music by J. W. Working Night and Say. It bids fair to have a run of a that a cough or a cold will not settle- land, who is very 111 at this writing. thing for Orchard, Iawn aud Gar cents at McEobh.usiest and mightiest little million copies. The same is now being there. Twents've ;4e ' den. We employ no agents but eyer was jriade ls'Ir King'scw sung in New Yorkr Boston and Phillm filing orts Drucr Storer Weak Eyea Are Itlatle trons theatres Ey&ry'piUis sufarja,ted adelphia is receivedwith immense sell direct at reasonable prices. with great applau-!- n made clear, styes removed LifePi)ls. did vision "tfowtfcat "the barren East windh; globule of iieait,,ljat chaqge's weakStrawberry and Tree Catalogues "been succeeded by a soothing Sou' a&d granulated lids or sore eyes of any All ground for the hope kind speedily and effectually cured by ness into !strength, listlessu.ess into P ice 50 cents per copy. c0py readers wester, there s ... of it, nnnrno votour paper viirf ecelve-n on application to ua oeeu the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye energy, 1, oacKDone xnat tue &nSiog 20 cetAs broken." LouisvifceTimes. Nay, nay hQ ffiM&mT'MMb -. up in tubes, and s j Un They're wonderfHl in building, up the H. F. HiXLENMEYER, rgood prophet This is going to, be a salve. Its put Only 25c per box. Sold by and Novelty' Co.,' No jSasfr 4th. health. a euarantee atMCRoberts Drugotc year wiuioui a opuuy ui puuuuvi. Lexington, Ky. New York. phone 279 Street, . lm fi. E. McRoberts. Stanford Journal. tfix JSoKTua. . .25 J S YSiJS.I-"- " ADVANCE. " ..ji.no Buckeye J of FAMOUS U .. .r.O l Iarrville5 Ky. im if if $MM 3rd, 2 Rates New Wash Goods. at in Irish in at in stem GRESCEMT QUEEN I, if an-- M-- e. -. at at at 12, Jc; at at Inter-Collegia- TrValla.ceion Whit 12c will will Coods. r high-collare- p India g trim 1 in 2c J. X. DUNN Apt at e, Irish in at 1-- Public ycnr-ol- Bur-det- Summer Underwear. at 1-- 1 " , 1 with iUuck-smlt- s, c Shirt Waists. in In PITMS "0r( just in at in all Yice-Prc- epara in try , t re-ti- in-la- in If dr BScOreary. Tailor Suits. in Insurance A 357,000,000 right all Our Silk Stock. in in If Hammacki u new t insurance nOMPANY if e, VlNs? ' Ne-w.- Ler-ma- n. "'S'. ni I CENTRAL RECORD. SUPPLEMENT. Killed by Her Lover. One Killed, Another Mortally Wounded. FIRE and LIFE Lancaster, Ky., Opposition ApriJ". 13,1899. that becomes supreme. Even the Government an.l H12 pjuple become the subjects of the corporations wielding the powjr of wjal.h. Combinations are dangerous, as mey disregard law, justice, right and public opinion. Human beings are regarded as so much property in the market, and sympathy is an unknown qu tlity, so far as the conditions of individuals are concerned. Nothing hut ruin can follow the work of "trusts,5 for any system that puues the entire businets of a country in the hands of a small class of wealthy individuals is sure to impoverish many of the people. Every business man who is ci owned tothe will b;cjmei onj m jr.' of tlu and the larger the army of unemployed, the smaller the number of purchasers. Even the "trusts'' can reach a pjint where their gooJs will bi b inked up in storehouses, rotting and passing away, because the purchasers are few, and the goods cannot be sold. Indeed, even during the panic of 18;!.', when so many persons were out of employment, the warehouses wvre tilled with articles that could not hi 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 avenue of trade. The condit ion of the miners in Pennsylvania shows that there is no sympathy for human beings in their methods, and, jiibt as the miner is treated so will every other person wh-- cjniis Withhitluir power, for the man who falls by the wayside during the onward march of the "trusts"' will ba trampbd as ruthles ly and mercilessly as though he wa. but a stone in the path. The "trusts" are not slow in their efforts. They organize quickly, and get to work without delay. It requires but a few months for a trust to clear out all obstacles in its p ith, as they are sure to imp out in advance just what is to hi done. Xo one escapes who defies them, and they are now Murder or Suicide. already strong enough to have no fear Louisville, Ky., April 12. The poof our laws, nor do they care for newspapers, courts or the of the lice can not yet determine whether people. Farm and Implement Age. Kobert Campbell, a laborer, took hia own life or was murdered. His wife CONSUMPTION CURED. begged him to recognize her while he Dr. Otto's Spruce Gnm Balsam will cure any case of consumption if taken in time. Con- was dying. sumption starts with a slight cough or cold. This is where consumption gets its start and if J'rlnter Takes I'olhon. yon will use Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam, yon will cure the conpta, heal the lung's and Paducah, Ky.. April 12. James Robthroat and avoid the most dreaded of all di- inson, a printer aged 41 years, commitseases, consumption. Delay in attending to a slight coutrh mar cost yon your life. Large size ted suicide Monday night at 11 o'clock bottles. Price 25c and 50c For sale by by taking morphine. It was the secIt. E. McRoberts, ond attempt. He leaves a family. Hia home was in Ohio. lEuleb lor Long ;Llfe. hours" sleep. Ei'ht Killed From Ambush. Keepyour bedroom window open all Middlesboro, Ky., April 9. Private night. advice from Upper Harlem state that Jl ive a mat at your door. Dj not have 3our bedstead againtt Henry Masser and his younger son John were shot and killed from amthe wall. Use no cold bath in the mornimr,but bush. It is thought that Masser's water at the temperature of the body. neighbor's did the work. Exercis3 before brea ifast. Eat little meat, and see that it is Electric Koad in Kentucky. well coo'ced. Haktfokd. Ky., April 9. W. C. (For adults). Drink no milk. of Dayton, O., will build an elecEat plenty of fat, to feed the cells tric line from this place to Beaver Dam, which destroy disease germs. Avoid intoxicants, which destroy Ky. those cells. Elevator Kurned. Exercise daily in the open air. Henderson, Ky.. April 12. The Ken Live in the count rv if you can. Watch the three D' drinkinj wa- tuckj Milling Co.'s plant and elevator ter, damp and drains. burned Monday night. Loss, S17,000; Have change of occupation. insurance, $14,000. It will be rebuilt. Take frequent and short holidays. Keep your temper. Ex. ill of Smallpox. Bowling Gheen. Ky., April 9. The Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam. health officers found Emma Threlkel A physician can prescribe Dr. Otto's Sprac Gum Balsam. The Formula is on the package. and son, colored, in "Shake Rag," this Cures your Cough in a day. Very pleasant to take. Children cry for it. Large size bottles. city, ill of smallpox Friday afternoon. Price 25c and 50c Elected County Treasurer. For a Beautiful Complexion Uss Dr. Georgetown, Ky., April 10. The Carlstaa't's German Liver Powder. For sale by fiscal court has Pierce It. E. Mciioberts. Ewing county treasurer. The salary has been tut from S400 to So00 a year. Cheap. A local bank offered to fill the position "Why it it that your melancholy-lookinneighbor always has so many free of charge for the use of the money, troubli ucktd a suburban resident but is was not accepted. of another. aienlngitis In Clinton County. "HeirauM lie c,an borrow them, Alranv, Ky., April 10. The infant of There. a man that will borrow your paper every t.ay liefnre you are through Robert Sloan died of meningitis. This leading it. and then get grumpy on makes the third 'death from the disThere are several You ease in the county. your 1i:uk!.s if you quit taking-itran bet your life ti;-- if he h.ad to buy more cases in the county. De: rouble he wouldn't hate any." Colored Driver Drowned. troit Free Press Newiiaven, Ky., April 9. Toots Brown, a colored driver for Nevitt's mti"ur livery stable, drove a horse and surrey ? Kiflney Diseases to the river to wash it Fridav niirht Foley's Kidney Cure ;i guaranteed and was drowned. The team was also remedy or money refunded. carried away by the high water. lm C. C. & J. E. Stormes. is a power held enoi-mous1 j -s wi:-he- s bed-rooHen-nin- g, g it Sffa-Ssss- The Power of Trusts. to "trust companies,'' on me part of business men, is nut made so much because of the belief that they are unnaces ary, hutLe a.i e of the fact they are oppressive. When enormous sums of money are placed in the hands of a fewindividualsthere Ky.. April 12. Ella Braddock, a young colored woman, Tuesday morning was shot and instantly killed by her lover. Oliver Winston, at her home at Seventh and Lexington streets. They quarreled Saturday and he swore to kill her. The girl left her home in fear and remained away until Monday, when he persuaded her o return. Tuesday morning he called on her and renewed the quarrel. He drew a revolver and shot her three times. Winston escaped. Wili.iamsi:ui:g, Ky.. April 12. James Shotwell and son John were drunk and disorderly at Corbin, this county, when Marshal Uingham undertook their arrest. They resisted and Police Judge Mctlitt was instantly killed. Wm. Hoi land, at whose house the sl.ooting occiii red. was mortally wounded. The Shotwells were arrested. The Iriiht Iluylng hlgky. Lexington. Ky.. April 11. It is said that fully a half million dollars has. been paid for whisky bore by the trust lie Killed 1 wo .Men. HopKlXSVii.i.E. Ky.. Apiil 12. Thom- within the hist few weeks. The prices as Freeman s?hot and instantly killed have rangeil from SI I to SIS per barrel, John and William Hills in Steward or more than ten rents por gallon? county. Tenn. The Hills were ap- above the price at which the Mime proaching Freeman's residence with whisky sold prior to the tortualiuii of the avowed intention of killing old the trust. VI liNi.v ICxperfH man Freeman, who had defeated tha-.in a lawsuit recently. They had left Lexington. Ky.. April 11. P. J. hanging an ellipy and several warn- Lainphear, the well known wln.st.y exings for him to leave the county. It ia pert, who has been chosen by the feared a feud will follow the double whisky men of the state to go to the killing. Paris exposition in f he interest of the Kentucky product, left .Sunday night Col. Pepper to Retire From the Turf. IjK.mngtox, Ky., April S. Col. James for Chicago. lo confer with CommisapE. Pepper has decided to retire from sioner Peck concerning bin oiiR-iathe turf and his 10 at pointment. Louisville in Eugene Leigh's stable Count)' will be sold in New York April 17. Veissah.i.ks. Ky.. April 10. The fiscal ("rent activity in the whisky trade has court James W. Smith, cashled Col. Pepper to abandon the turf ier of the Harris-Selle- r Hanking Co., temporarily and devote all his time to county treasurer for the ensuing year. his distiller, which is not in the big The court has appointed a committee combine. to devise a new plan for managing the free turnpike roads. The roads will Louis Marx Ends His Life. Louisville. Ky., April 12. Louis H. probabiy lie placed under the control Marx, aged 00, who came here seven of a county road superintendent. months apo from Cincinnati, committed C'oiiiiiilosioner'A &ac. suicide Tuesday in a bedroom over the Owunpisoiio. Ky., April ly. The sour saioon of Louis Flexner. with whom he mash distillery and all its appurteoarded, by shooting himself. He had nances were sold Monday by the masbeen suffering from asthma for a long ter commissioner for the Columbia while. lie leaves a wife and daughter Finance and Trust Co.. assignee. It in Cincinnati. The body will be was purchased for Sill. mil. the Kenshipped to Cincinnati. tucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co. being the purchasers. Ten Years for Alex Fence. Richmond, Ky.. April 8. After being Rare Horxe Oirner'M Suit. out live hours the jury in the case of Louisville, Ky., April s. The 83,000 Alex Pence, charged with the murder suit of M. S. Kice against the L. it X. of James Smith for alleged intimacy Railroad Co., w ent to tria.1 Thursday with Mrs. Pence, brought in a verdict in the circuit court. The suit is based Friday morning fixing his punishment on the killing of Jaine Do hoc, a race at ten years in the penitentiary. horse, belonging to the plaintiff, near Pence's attornej-- will appeal the case. this city. Louisville, I A Physician- -Can Prescribe HM SPRBIGFIELD FIEEAUD MAlfflE INSURANCE COMFANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK. Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam. Formula on each package. Robro?on& Hamilton Aste J pvei Post Office. CU3ES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY j Jt j jl Price, 25 & 50c. R .E. McRoberts. Stored Avvny. I visited at Cupid's house, and In the darkish hall I fell across a baby cab which stood against the wall. To the-- attic then I rambled, with mingled hope and doubt. And there were two old bicycles, which brought the match about. Chicago Record. A CHICAGO 1'1'ISODE. Lax caster, : : : Kestuckt THE BEST OP THEM AlA.ll LIPPINCOTT'S lVONTHLYMA0AZIN6 Contains a complete novel In every number, in addition to a larce quantity of useful and entertaining reading matter. Xo continued atorte: which ira o obJteUonable to motf reader. It should be in every household. Subscription, 83.00 per year. Agents wanted in every town, to whom the most liberal Inducements will be offered. J. B. LIPPEiCOTT COMPANY, Publishers, PHILADELPHIA. iin. l Trea-iire- r. Vou Are Going North, If you Are Going If you Are Going u If you Are Going We VIA PURCHASE TICKET TNE Louisville a Nashville It. It. AMS S SICWMS Alcoholized Part3- Hie these girlsb mighty careless hie theresh one gone t bed an' lef her shoe hie: out n street all night. Harlem Life. - The Maximum A Tinware 1'Iant hold. Louisville. Ky.. April S. II. F. Miller &. Son, of Ik.ltimore, have purchas& Co., ed the plant of Raible, former manufacturers of tinware in 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 bedclothei on Chicago Record. Not Sulllclently hh. bed. Poet of Paanion. of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Coi The Minimum of Rl Rates, Time and all other inforn be cheerfully furnished by C. P. ATM ORE. o. V... this city, who recently assigned. The price paid is 25.000. The machinery will be moved ;o Baltimore. The Colonels in Exeellent Condition. Ky.. April 12. The Colonels practiced Monday morning and afternoon. Capt. Clarke says his men are in excellent condition and will play Louisville. winning ball from the start. The weather permitting, the boys will practice until the season opens. thought you believed in training girls for householtf rather than business affairs." "Sol do." "And yet your daughter is learning typewriting." "Yes. but that's an exceptional case" The poor girl hasn't enough aggressive independence to be a cook." Chicago Post. "1 EXPERlEli 50 YEx L'nrext. "Xo," she said, "I'm not going to EuI.onfr Timer I'ardoned. FiiANKroLT, Ky., April 12. S. G. rope. The ocean seems so restless and dangerous now." Gibson, of Mercer county, was pardon"Well," answered the young man, ed Monday from paying the state's when you think how full the ocean is of part of a SI. 000 fine for selling liquoi Spanish warships, you can't blame it unlawfully. Gibson was in bad health, for being uneasy." Washington Star. had no money and had been in the Take Your Choice. workhouse to serve the tine SI a day. "With or without?" asked the barKilled by a Fall From His Horse. ber, as the customer took his seat in the Camiton, Ky., April 9. Rev. Rich- chair. ard Brewer, of Lane, fell off his horse "Without," replied the customer. on Main street here Friday morning, Whereupon the barber shaved him Chicago without any conversation. dying instantly. Tribune. lhe Speed Can Be Saved. "I'rlde Goeth Etc. Louisville, Ky.. April 11. After an It's mighty hard for the man of pride. examination oi tne J. tv. speed Jion- Of manner and palt precise. day morning, river men and local in- To hold up his head and be dignified. On a sidewalk coveted with Ice. surance agents say that the boat can A. W Uulletln. 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 lnrention is Uons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patent entffree. Oldest aeency for seenrinrpatents. 1 Patents taken throueh Mann & Co. recelys tytetai BOltcf. witnout cnan;g m tup Aayone sending a sketch and description mijJ opimuu im wuewer queuT ascertain our patentable. Commnnio s probably Designs Copyrights 4cJ Trade Marks Scientific Jftnerkaii eolation of any scientific journal. Terms, 3 year four months, L Sold by all newsdealers. Branch Office. OB V St. Washington, D.C Ouecn & Crescent Route. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. Number 10 (Dally except Sunday) Number C Daily, stop Number 4 (Daily) Flag Number 2 (don't stop) SOCT1I 6:09 3- 3; i. - BOUND. Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 (Daily except Sunday) Number 9 (Ualiy except sunaay). iJ lumber 3 (Midnight flas-- ) Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Lv. Lexington, dally.. . 1 1 23 a. m. and 8 30 p' 6M0 Ar. Wasblneton, 3. Philadelphia. . .. 1025 7:0i 12:40 noon" " "New York. the cir- A Physician Can Prescribe - "Boston, .... " 9g 7:15 cuit court here Charles Wheeler, white, was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary for forgery. Rymel Thomas, for shooting Garrett, was acquitted. Stockyards Company. Dr. Otto's Through sleepers to New York from Lexin. ton. John G. Cnuner Ticket ABent, T.exlagt0n Ky. a.x. Ky., April 11. The Cen- tral Covington Stockyards Co., filed articles of incorporation in the office of the secretary of state Monday. The incorporaCapital stock S25,000. tors are Thomas J. Snowden, Louis ltabenstein and James Kidd. F. F. Miller, clothing dealer at this place, assigned Monday to B. M. Arnett. ol the First national bank. He owes Cin-oinnati firms. Merchant lias Assigned. Niciiolasville, Ky., April 11. Frankfort, Spruce Gum Balsam. Formula on each package. CURES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY & CRESCENT. Low Kates. "Vfitinnnl Pnnvfintion TTninn t., Party of Ohio, Cincinnati, O., Majv-i 1,2, i8yy. . Artnu.n convention jationi can woman's auiirage as Grand Kapids, .men.. Apm QUEEN 5 isoQ Jtjutjt & 50c Price, 25 , EobertC ' ArPrTrrfm-i- l Scietv Sons of t hi can Revolution, Detroit, MicV American Library Association Convention, Atlanta. Ga., May ism Annual Encampment G. A R 0f Tonnoccpc TJnnkwood. Tpnn 11, 1899. From points in TeriWe. 0, u-;- T 9 THE CUTAWAY FROCK g Pi HOT H Great care was taken in Selecting our Spring Lines and we can now show you Tie Nosiest. CLOTHING, J.L, Frolimen " Most ITo - To -Dati b 1 and B oc4 i IlIiTf maw w THREE-EUTTO- You ought to be particular when you buy a cutaway suit. This style of garment is meant to be dressy. It must have careful workmanship and tailoring. The graceful lines and perfect fit of our 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: HART, SCHAFFNER A MARX' EVER EXHIBITED IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. I -:- Ho. fill a list and has won a wide reputation for her work. The Social and Industrial Club will meet next Wendesday with Miss Allowed by Hie Eugene Bush. CUTAWAY Copyright', 1S99 By Hart, Schaffner Sz Marx GUARANTEED CLOTHING. V. Millinery. Do LIST OF CLAIMS Garrard Comity Court, to bo Paid out of LeN Denton UU2 days hauliug 3 00 4 JO same 3 days hauling you Went a Real Nobby Spring Hat? If so, gn 0 m NOEL SISTERS, Up-to-da- te. fa Leading Milliners, New Goods received daily. Everything strictly Goods and Prices to suit everyone. Phone 85. Miss A mie Davison is visiting friends in Richmond. vy for the Year 1899. Mr. Walter S. niatt a popular mem" ber of the reportorial staff of the Lexington Herald, has left for a three Anderson Gran, hauling on road day..$ months' tour of Europe. He goes on Arnold Sam, bauling 1 day a freight steamer with a party of cat- - j Adams & Xorris, hauling sjj days tie men, who will take over a fine lot Adams, w b, hauling 1 days Adams, Will, hauling 1 day. of export cattle. 1 1 1 50 50 5 1 1 1 1 50 50 50 50 CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY April I ing. Miss Mattie Powell, who has been Miss Lizzie Thompson's guest, returned to her home in llustonville, Sun 1890- - day. 'Squire W. IT. Kinnaird's condition is greatly improved, and he is able to be up, though still confined to his Miss Nannie Gaines is at home from Misses Annie Austin and Bettie Georgetown College. Henry have returned from a pleasant of Mr. and Mrs. John Bauhman, visit to friends in Pineville and LivBoyle, were in town Wednesday. ingston. Mrs. R. E. McEoberts has been in Tom E. Adams, of Camp Dick RobRichmond this week for a few days. inson, was in town Monday, and was The Social and Industrial Club met made a Master Mason that night by this week with Miss Mac Z. Hughes. the local lodge. George Smith, Jr., was in LexingMonday's Louisville Times publish ton the first of the week on business. ed a picture of Miss Mabelle Royston, do justice Miss Alice Hudson has returned of this city, but it failed to a pleasant visit to Augusta, Ky. to the handsome little lady. from Miss Altie R. Marksbury has been confined to her room for a fe a days by la grippe. Mrs. Jno. E. Stormes and Miss Dannie If arris were in Danville last week sohpping. Mrs. G. M. Patterson has been visiting in Mt. Yeruou and Cincinnati this week. Miss Jennie Burnside has been visiting Mrs. T. E. Adams, in Lower Garrard this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Browning, and two pretty children returned to Lexington. Saturda'. They were accompanied by Miss Bettie Anderson. Hon. Letcher Owsley left Monday for Hendersonville, North Carolina, to see his mother, brother "Will, and another fair one now visiting that place. room. The editor was in Lexington a few hours Saturday to see his aunt, Miss good health. Kate Walker and sister, Mrs. Wood Dr. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, hrs Dunlap. The former's health is much been here this week on business. Dr. improved. Elkin is an old Lancaster boy who Mrs. G. S. Gaines and daughter, Messrs. W. J. Kinnaird, of Nash- located in Atlanta iminediatly after Miss Julia Mae, have returned from a ville, and McKee Kinnaird, of Mid- - receiving his sheepskin from a leading visit to Danville. medical college. By dlesborough, were here this week, to Philadelphia Miss Jennie Warren has returned to see their father, 'Squire Kinnaird, strict attention to business, and keep ing well "read up"" he now stands at Stanford, after a visit to her aunt, who is some better. profession in the Miss Jennie Duncan. Miss Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, the head of his lovely Miss Miss Sue Douglas, of Winchester, and south. He married the jludge M. D. nughes is in Estill Nell Duncan and the happy pair live Miss Louise Kaulfman, of Lancaster, s county this week lighting are guests of Lizzie Dickson, on Third in one of the prettiest residences jjnd organizing Maccabees. in Atlanta. "Simp" now owns and street. Paris News. Miss Fannie VTcst has returned from conducts a large hospital in that city a pleasant visit to her friend, Mrs. The Middlesborough News says the and ranks with the foremost business Hon. D. G. Colson has not yet return; promoters there. His many Lancas Florence Center, in Danville. eel from Washington, and it is reportter friends rejoice in his prosperity. Mrs. Ricljard Fox and prot Mr. and a official ed that he is off ty baby, of Rjohmond, are expected junketing party towith high Porto Rico. Another great disepvory has been this week to vlsit Mrs. 11. A. Burnside. Mr. Joe E. Robinson was honored made, and that too by a lady in thi Op? old friend, T. J. Hatqher, has at the Frankfort railroad convention fastened its clutches been under the weather for a few by being made one of the secretaries country." Disease ubon her and for seven years she with d.ays, but is able to bo at his shoeshop. This was a .umipliincnt well merited, stood its severest tests, but her vital Mesdames Margaret a. Folgcr. and lis Mr. R. is a faitjifuj worker in his organs were undermined and death II, C, Hemphill, of Nicholasville, hare party, For three months E,cemed imminent, been' visiting W, A. Arnold and fam The Lexington papers frequently shq coughed incessantly, and could not lly. speak of tho beautiful painting done sleep. She finally discovered a way to 'Misses Annie and Mary Xoel. of by Miss Bettie Anderson, a Lancaster recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle Danville, visited Miss Lillie Noel this girl who spends much of her time in of Dr. King's New Discovery for Conweek and attended the millinery open that city. Miss Anderson is a gifted sumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she sledt all night; and with two bottles, has ben See absolutly cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w. c Ham- Paine's n:ck & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bot tle free at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store. seed-tick- It will be gratifying news to thei Andsnn.nn ... many friends of Mrs. Jane Young, of Arnold, Thomps, hauling day Lexington, to learn that she is in Ander-on- , Jno. col, hauling 2 days splendid health and fine spirits. A Anderson, D B, hnuling Vt days Rkcokd representative learned while Arnold. Ike, hauling 1 day in that city that she is now in better Aldiidge, Geo, hauling 2 days health than for several years. Same hauling 3 days The Journal, of Owen county, In Allen, Erasamus, hauling :iJ4 days and Archer. Samp, hauling 1 days dian, prints a complementary lengthy notice of Miss Malissa B. Furr Austin, Tom, hauling 2 days and the school she has just completed Same Stiff Election there. She is a Garrard county gi rl and Arnold, Frank 1 day always ranked among the best teachers Anderson W II Juror of the county. She is now in Terre Ainond, Dr. J A Acct Adams J W Shit Election Haute visiting relatives. Adams Jack same The Richmond Register says the re Arnold C A same port concerning Capt. J. Speed Smith's ill health appears to have been some Baughman, Will, hauling 6 days what exaggerated. While Mr. Smith same lday has not seen a well day for several Ballard J E hauling 2 days John months his condition has not been se Bealzey.dayp hauling 5 days same 2 rious enough to warrant any undue same 3 days r alarm, and his friends hope he will Bush Logan hauling 2 days soon regain his strength. Burdett Chas, hauling 1 day Mr. W. C. Price and wife, of Dan Baker Ada hauling 1 day ville, accompanied by R. G. Price and Beazley Mae, hauling 2 days 189G wife, and Messrs. Will J. and Herbert, Boian.Robt, hauling 3 days came over Sunday and took dinner BaDghniau Ike hauling 5 days with Mrs. Susan Price. The latter on Bourne Ollie hauling 4 days that day reached the eighty fourth mile Brown L, hauling 3J days. stone on life's journey. The Recokd, Botkin Jess, hauling 2 days of whom she is a good friend, is pleas- - Burnside J G, hauling 2J days ed to say Mrs. Price is in remarkably , Bourne sam hauling l day 1 Arnold. Gen. limilintr dav ,,,.,, 1 .1S97 S 00 2 25 1 50 3 00 4 . 50 5 25 2 25 3 00 2 1 1 CO 50 50 20 0 2 00 2 00 2 C CO CO i 50 3 00 7 50 3 CO 4 50 3 75 1 1 50 50 same house for Election same Election booths same 3 days hauling Dorton Moses 2 days hauling Dyehonue Geo C days hullng Denny Jim Jr 1 -2 days hauliug Dunn John 5 days hauliug days hauliug Davis Bell 3 Dollins Bell 1 days hauling days hauling Durham Geo 2 Dunn J X Account Davis Strawting Jurior 1 day... Denny J N Sherriff Election Doty Loss 1 day hauling Dunn J II sitting In court Committee work Duncan J M Account same Ex Office Elkin Robt Juror EvansGeo Juror f Elkin T A Juror Eason Cyrus Juror Elliott Mack Dr. Account Estis J G i days hauling on road Evans Elijah Account Flowers John Wfl days hauling same sherriff Election Furr W H 2 days hauling Fain W II 3 days hauling Faulkoner Isac G days hauling Ford A D Judge Election Green Geo 2 days hauling Gafncy Will 1 days hauling Gaines Oscar 0 days hauling Grant II M Account Greenleaf J B same Account Gastlnaugh J II 1 day hauling same2dajs hauling 2 00 2 00 4 51 3 00 t 9 CO 2 20 7 50 5 25 150 3 75 750 1 00 2 00 150 87 00 42 CO 519 75 75 00 1 50 150 1 1 50 50 15 00 C CO 12 00 750 2 00 3 00 4 50 9 01 2 00 . 3 00 1 59 9 00 22 50 S S 1 CO CO 50 CO 3 Burdett John col hauling 1 day Beazley John col hauling 1 day Ballard J P, hauling G days 1S97 Bradshaw Will hauling 2 days transfort Ballard R U hauling C days Bogie Wm hauling 5 days same Clerk Election Ballad Frank, hauling 1 day Beazley Branon hauling 1 day Bush W N Dr Acct , our Celery Compound Gives Beautiful Line OF same Ballard & Gilbert Acct Ballard G A Judge Election. Broaddiis Cronley Clerk Election Burtiu R L BherrilT Election Bourne J B Clerk Election. ....... Burnside R A Account Bogie W N hauling on roa,d 4 days same hauling lumber Bourne Jack Juror , .. Burnside R A Account Bland ivLH hauling on road 2 days. Bourne J C hauling 3 days., Ball Tom hauling 2 daya Burdett Tailor Witness 3 days ;. Collier J B hauling on road 3 days.... Clark Ilardcn hauling 7 days Crawford James Wire for County road. Collier J B Jurior '. Carter Mat hauling 1 day Case Jno., hauling 1 day Carpenter Dave 4 days Coah ED hauling 3 days Chester Johnhaulingl day Cotton Sam hauling 2 days Cornm John hauling 1 day .' Cobb Geo hauling 2 days Crams J(B Account same Herring Jim C days hauliug 4 50 same 6 days hauling 7 50 Herring J 1 3 days hauling 6 00 same 4 days hauling 5 25 3 00 Hackley Hedge 2 days hauling hauling 3 73 Humphrey Will i 50 Holcum J W 4 days hauling 4 days hauling 1 50 Hamilton Ike 2 l 50 Ham Ben 2 days hauling 1 9 00 Hall Sam day hauling 3 00 HogauW J Account 9 00 Hurt Smith Election bids same 2 days hanling 7 50 same 5 days hauling 3.00 Hammond T J Snmmond Guard 1 5,1 Humphrey Ben Witness 1 50 8 00 Hill Geo Witness Haselden J It Account 50 00 nubble LF Judge Election 73 30 Higgins J F Account 2 00 Hudson L W Account 2 00 Herring Bright Aoconut 2 00 Huffman Gabc Account 2 00 Ison, J S, 5 daya hauling 11 CO Ison, C F, Com'r G 00 Jones, Wyatt4 days hauling 2 00 Jackson, Wah I day hauling 1 01 Josoph Jako Account 34 30 Jennings, B F, Surveying 3 00 Jennings, Jno F, Com'r 5 25 Johnston, Wm McC, account 3 00 3 00 5 25 14 00 35 SCO 9 00 9 00 4 50 0 00 3 00 3 00 C f0 6 00 3 75 1 50 IS 95 2 00 3 00 7 50 3 50 3 00 3 00 110 97 2 00 2 00 2 2 1 CO CO 70 7 50 3 00 C 75 50 I 10 7 90 CO 3 00 12.00 1 1 00 50 1 00 1 l jo c 00 5 2" in 3 I 5 15 13 23 00 59 00; 30. SO 43. Garter J. B, Accoun. Cochran Fam hauling ou road Cru,tcherfleld T-- 4 das... C 00 M Raupex GoiHn....,,.:u. S 40 2 Oo &ee rr out '. Wall Paper Millie NEW DESIGNS Best Quality. Low Prices Prettiest line ever Strength, Best spring medicine. It makes the weak strong. We sell and recommend it. Tillet. BroiM to Lancaster.' R. E. M' ROBERTS. Sallie D. Jm Judge of Election Co.llier.nR 1, Ilann J. W. hauling on road G daya 1890, sameGdays 1897.. Denny Alex hauling 1 day.., Doty Ed on guard 24 daya Dailay Asa 1 day hauling Doty Gess 2 days haul I ng 5 Dozlcr Bert Account Dunn J II Account same Commltty Work ., Dunn Harden 9 days hauling Dunn J W C days hauling f...... same Accouut same Election Booths same Sherriffv Election : ....... , , i Donahoo John 4 (lays hauling s It Donahoo Mack 3 days hauling Davif John 2 days hauling .,, CJarJc ....,...,..,, 2 00 9 00 9 CO 150 24 00 1 50 3 00 4 40 17 05 SJ00 9 00 9 00 '5 00 2 oa 2 00 6 CO 4 50 King, Jno W, 1 day hauling Itoad Kuhlman, W H. chain Carrier Kuhlman T B. chain carrier Kuhlman Henry Flagman Koehler, Ed acconnt Lumber : Same account Lumber Same account Lumber Same account Lumber- Same account Lumber Kincaid.W B, Clerk Election Moft it, Tbco 2 .do.ys hauling Road McQuerry Buck 3, days, hauling Road,,, Moberly. O, J, Judge Election , Mason,, Epl 6 days hauling Head......... . McQuerry, J Tadaya hauling Road Montgomery, E.5 days hnulingRoad Morehead Miut 0 days hauling Road day hauling Road Moody. Geo. MoCormack, Joe Judge Election Morgan JoLn 3 days hauling Road...... Marsce. Jno Witness 3 days McCarley John Witness 3 days Moberly, W A, Judge Election MoMurtry, J n, Cpt Marsee. Noah Judge Election .. Myers, I M, Sitting In Court Same Committee work Najlor, Ed 3 days hauling Road.. . .., ..... Noel.WT.use of team Same taking tcco.undcttci,, Norris, E iy, Judje Election Noel. R L, hauling lumber Noel, R. A, sitting in Court Same account Owslev. Letcher allowance.......,..,.,, IJpLner, Fin Sdayshacltng Road game accoant ....WMMM 50 CO 1.00 1 00 3 21 CC 21 13 81 C 00 C (.0 Farsons W A 4 daya hanlin? Road 5 25 Pollard, T T, 3' days hanling Road 150 P Icrce, Frank 1 day hauling Same Judge Election 2 00 3 00 Pierce. Lawn 2 days hauling Itoad 3.00 Tolnter, G M, 2 days hanling Road 3 00 Pointer. W S, 2 days hauling Road 2 25 Pitts, J G, 1C days hanliiiR 500 CO Panpor Allowance 3 Oo Parks. W M, 2 days hnnliug Road 9 0) Polndexter, Jake G (tiy-- i hauling 8 40 Potts O W, account lumber .. 3 00 Price Hardin Witness 10 00 Pherigo. W T. Election Com'r 11.00 Pingnard, Dr. Jcs?c 2 00 Posey, J H, Jude Election 2 00 Patter?on. Henry Judge Election 2"C0 Patterson, G M, Clt Petty, Joe account 3 00 87 00 Parson. R F, sitting In Court 102 5o Same account 4 20 Parks, Fado Robinson, R M, G days hauling Road... 9 00 Roviuson, Frank 2 days haul'ng Road.. 3 00 4 50 Robinson. Geo 3 days hnuling Road 1 50 Rothwcll. S D. 1 day hauling Runsey. John 9 days hauling Road 13 50 G o'J Ramsey, 4 days hauling Ramsey, T R. VZ day hnuling 2 25 1 50 Ilout, Jno. 1 days hauling Ray, E B, 2 days hauling 3 00 Ross D G, 2 days hanling 3 00 Raynolds. Levi Rock County 10 00 Ray, Pattie for court 1 year 18 no Ray, W, witness . 3 on Ray, witness 3 00 Robinson C A, ElectlonCom'r . . . .. 10 CO Robinson, J 3. Jndse Election.. 2 00 Ruble, J B. Judge Election 2 00 Ross, Dave account jailor 508 CO G 03 Swope. B P. 4 days hanling Swope, W H, days hanling 6 00 Smith, Ed 2davs hauling.... 3 fO Siler, G M.2? days hauling 3 75 Slier, John 3 days hanling 6 50 1 ,o Sadler. Geo 1 days han ing G 00 Sntton, G K, 4 days hauling Stone. W H, 2 days hanling 3 CO 1 50 cott. R D, 1 day hauling Sutton, J R. 2i days hauling 3 75 Stormes, Jno E, account 139 7S School district No 8 hon;e for Election 2 00 fame House for court 6 CO Singleton, Wash 210 feet lumber 2 40 SaraeSCO feet lumber 5 00 .' Same lOfO feet lumber 10 00 Scott, Wood chain carrier 1 CO Slrap'on. Jim witness 3 00 Sanders, S D, account 9 12 Same account 11 CO Same account... 5 30 Singleton, Jim 1020 feet Inmbcr 10 20 8hort, W T, Clerk Election 2 00 Spilman, Will Clerk Election 2 CO 2 CO Sanders, Jno A, Jndge Election Sanders, J B, acconnt 17125 Teater, Len3J4 days hauling 1S97 5 25 3 00 Tankersley Joe 2 days haul Ing 4 50 Thompson, L W.3 cays hauling 9 00 Tudor, Will G days hauliug 2 00 Same Judge Election 6 Oo Terriil Clell 4 days hauling 3 00 Teater, Jno witness 3 00 Teater, Harrison witness 2 CO Teater. Allen Judge Election .... G 00 Vande'pool, John 4 days hauling 10 00 Same allowance 9 00 Woods, John A,"G days hauling 3 00 Wells, Andy 2 days hauling . 3 75 Whittnker, J M, 2J j days hanling I G CO . Wallace, J M, 4 days hauling McC JOHNSTON, JOHN T. JOjjhSTON ' JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors, LANCASTER, KY. VANDERBILT. By old Drennon and out of a Gray Eagle mare: 1( hands high and has proved himself a good breeder. He is known as the Gallaway horse of Madison. He will make the present season of 1809 at my old home place i mile from Fall Lick pike and H miles from Point Leavell at 5 TO INSURE A LIVM COLT Money due when the fact is ascertained or mare parted with. Lein retained on colt for season money. "Will also stand the tine Jack, at same place and terms, ne is 15 hands high and proved himself a good breeder. TV. L. LATVSON. Lancaster, Ky. WALTER NEW LIVERY. "Wal I have purchased the to furnish the ker stable and am prepared Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. RICE BENGE W. H. HOSHAL & CO., Commission Merchants, Catil8,Hogs,Sh8ep UNION STOCK YARDS, - - CINCINNATI, O. information regardi ng i ve stock cheer-fullfurnished. Consign your stock di'Phone 7346 rect to us. 1 y THE L CAPITAL ) 130,000.00 BANK or- - SURPLUS. I f2r,000.M. 9 2 OQ a CO 4 50 2 00. 9 00 4 50 7 50 9 00 75 4 00 4 50 Worrell. Stevo lday hauling..., Wheeler, Jo tin 2 days hauling Worinonth, Sid 3 day3 hauling Whittaker. Arch 1 day hanling White, John N 1 days hnuling Wallace, Wm. lumber Walker. John 2 days hauling West, Robt 1 days hauling Wylie, Henry 4 days hauling 1 50 3 00 4 50 1 1 LANCASTER, KY. A.K.Dksnt. President. Jno. E. Stoemks, Vice President. Wm.H. Kinnaikd, Cashier. . J. F. BOBWtOJC, S.(C. DlNNT, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embbt Ass't 50 50 3 2J 3 CO . 1 G 50 CO Js, 3 00 3 00 2 00 2 01 2 00 87 00 42 Ojl i no 3 00 2 00 2 00 4 0Q CO. Wallace & niatt, lumber .. Same lumber Whitehead, Ebb 4 days hanling 2 teams. Walker, E H, 4 days hauling Same 2 days hauling 2 teams Walker, Woods2 days hauling ...,yv.... Walker, John 3 days hauling Same lumber Same for o Wl)er. U C, Ju.-o-r Same 5 davs hauling Williams W I, services as Co. Attorney 2 50 5 00 12 G Oo &y ft 00 DIRECTORS Sam 1. D.Cochran, '3 2 Oo Ju Spllsm, 4 50 00- 27 S 7 5t CO 5Q . C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny, W. R. Cook. L. DMidioa, Jno. E Stormei. 23 00 KflHOHTS OF PYTHIAS- Garrard Lodge Nfe2$, Xniglt of Pythias, meetsereryriday night in Odd Fellows hall. AHvis-itin- g Knights are fraternally invit BlSH c- S- - 5. 122 5a 22 6ft S 83 To pay which tho sherntbf Garrard county is ordered to collect from each ;niato citizen over tho .age of 21, not otherwise exempt the sum of one dolr lar and.fifty cents. 'H s so v ed. Garrard County Court. J. S. J-- M. Duncan, Clk.. Haselden, K.IL& If you want some of these They Iiave far surpassed our fondest expectations, but we still have sizes inmost everything. W 6 have SidO EAI21S IjilIQISS OXFORDS mnpinp- in nrinQ frnm nnfc SOld. C before your size is ao AT r?Z xvv VJ.W, 'uvio iu OO rr TP. ; lilt UiUD 1 IV Out Sales Incre ase Juailv. Never-Before-Heard-- Bargains COME cli-L- Trrit 4 a"u vvillVJll 111 LUiS JSHltJ lib OUU q.S have ZIEAD THESE PRICES Ladies' Dongola Kid " Shoe at 90ets, " 1.00 former price $1.25 1.50 2.50 3.00 1.50 We Still Have a Nice Line of Furnishing Goods and 4 Mens' " 1.60 " French " " " " 2.10 Satin Calf Shoe "1.00 all sizes and colors, cheaper than you ever fcougbt them before. 3.50 "2 50 "3.50 5.00 WE HAVE THE ABOVE SHOES IN ALL COLOES. Kangaroo Trench Calf " Willow " " Vici Kid " " " 1.60 "1.25 "2.25 "2.50 2.00 2.50 3.25 3.50' " " We will continue to take measures for ,Snits until the stock is closed out. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. Sign !. J 5 SI h hi M pra fr if Crop anil Live April 1st, 1809. Pastures have made no growth worth A TIMELY HINT. Ton should be wise and sen thnt Tnnr1iTw1 naming up to the present. rich and pure and your whole system put in a perfectly healthy SHEEP AND LAMliS. R. E. McRoberts. The absence of growing weather du ring the month of March has left the Cigars costing a sovereign (about $.") solution of the late wheat to the fu each are regularly smoked by a few of of remedies recommended There is fiia Only Scrofula,aredoirensthem no doubt being able for ture. The condition of early wheat is S. S. S. to London's most extravagent set. They some of reported excellent,, and in a few fford temporary relief, but S. li. S. is absolutely still are considerably larger than weeds of remedy which completely cures it. counties, "where the major portion of the only Reinedy Equal So this Scrofula the usual size and are made of tobacco isoneof the most obstinate, Have You Hail the Griii? which is absolutely without flaw. blood disease.-- , and is beyond the reach of the FitUIT PKOSPECTS. If you have, you probably need a re purifiers and tonics because many Giistisats Disease. Owing to the backward season the If you have a cough, throat irrita more than a mere tonic is required. S. S. S. liable medicine like Foley's Honey and weak lungs, pain in the chest, is equal to any blocd trouble, and never fails to cure Scrofula, because it Tar to heal your lungs and stop the development of fruit buds is not suffic- tion, iently advanced to judge accurately difficult breathing, croup or hoarse poos down to the eeat cf the disease, thus permanently eliminating every racking cough incidental to this dis- the fruit prospects. There appears ness, let us suggest One Minute Cough trace of the taint- lm ease. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. to which Scrofula purely leads I ;.c-to be no doubt that the peach crop Cure. Always reliable and safe. should impress upon those afflicted with it the. vital Stormes' Drug Store. crop was sown early, the prospect will be a total failure. Many of the the of wsisting no time upon treatment which can not possibly effect a cure. In many cases where the wrong for a full average crop is good. Severe peach trees also are dead. The heavy treatment has been relied upon, complicated glandular S. BEAZLEi, freezing while the soil was saturated rains and continued cloudy weather ewellings have resulted, for which the doctors insist that has further weakened the vitality of has been exactly suited to enable both a dangerous surgical operation is necessary. IDHSjSTTIS'P fruit and forest trees to recover from the plant, and were it not for the won the effects of the terrible freeze durJilr. II. 12. Thonij'scn, of Milledgeville, Ga., writes : "A without ptdn Teeth bad case of Scrofula broke out on the glands of my neck, derful recuperative qualities so often ing the month of February. The conwith Vitalized Air. Office In which bad to be lanced and caused me much suffering. I hown we might despair of receiving dition of fruits, as far as present de- the New Thompson Uulldlnj:. was treated for a long while, but the physicinns were unany returns iroin a consiuerauie per velopments show, averages as follows: able to cure me, and my condition was as bud as when I cent, of the acreage. A number of Apples, 82; peaches, 0: pears, of; cherIfgan their treatment. "Many blood remedies were used, REPORT OF THE CONDITION ries; 49; grapes, 75; strawberries, 84. correpsondents report that the acre but without effect. Some one recommended S. S. S., and Lucas Moo he, began to improve as soon as I had taken a few bottles. I OF THE age wili surely be reduced by plowing Commissioner of Agriculture. Continuing the remedy, 1 was soon cured permanently, up and sowing to other crops. "We &nd have never had a sign of the disease to return." Swift's Specific would advise that ample time be given A Li'e for 30c. for development before resorting to Many people have been cured of Kid d this measure. All vegetation is fully ney Diseases by taking a 50c bottle of is the only remedy which can promptly reach and cure obstinate, OF LANCASTER. KY., AT bleed diseases. By relying upon it, and not experimenting with the various one month late, and the prospect from blood troubles can be promptly cured, should be judged accordingly. Heavy Foley's Kidney Cure. C. C. & J. E. tonics, etc., all istead of enduring years of suffering which gradually but surely undermines Stormes. lm CLOSE OF BUSINESS, APRiL 5,1899 S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, and never fails to rains have also damaged the crop by ..io constitution. pure Scrofula, Eczema. Cancer, Eheumatism. Contagious Blood Poison, Boils, washing gullies in the rolling lands Cider for Typhoid Fever. KESOUnCES. Tetter, Pimples, Sores, Ulcers, etc. Insist upon S S S. ; nothing can take its place. and by overflowing the bottoms. Vegetarians and those who believe Z.oaiis Books on blood and skin diseases will be mailed free to any address by the and discounts. 77 in the health-givinprupertiesof fruit Overdrafts, becured and unsecured $107.f a. The condition April 1st, averages Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. 00 and nowadays who does notr wi U. S Jlouds to secure circulation as compared with normal years, a loss Premiums on V. S. llonds of three points since March 1st. The be delighted to hear that cider is the Stoeks, securities, etc DIGEST YOUR FOOD. latest discovered remedy lor tynhoid turnitiireuud tixtures Nicety per cent, of all sickness is caused sr. fever. A learned French doctor, who Other real estate and morliiiiRts Couglicd 25 years. fcod not beinir properly digested, it creates owned recently tried some very niterestnu Due from National Hanks (not Re sans and pocs into your blood and then you are I suffered for 25 years with a cough, experiments with the bacillus of that serve AUUllt-is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's Gcrman'Liver Statu Hanks and Powder and watch the results. You will feci and spent hdndreds of dollars with terrible disease, has made the highly Due from annroved ronrvc Hankers .. Due from Vii:r.' is mi much wlf ch can o ac the rood effects after taking one dose. Give it doctors and for medicide to no avail important discovery that it is impos Checksum! other cash itemsiurciits.. . a trial and be convinced. Price 25c. tor them to live more than a very Note- - of other national banks sible qu'nul only bv hard digging with the Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cures until i used Dr. Bell's short time when placed in the juice of Fractional a;er currency, uickles I si t::i; ti:it, the lry, ca.iy goiisjr una ih:d Your Cough. Justths Medicine It has saved my life, J. C. Rosell. the auple: and he strongly advises Specie cents Jll.liU 00 : for Children. dei oan not puwibley make in win. 111. G rantsburg, r Mclluberts Drug tlu Si who have the misfortune to live notes l,xi For sale by is the: The b;vl da.iryinan of lm. in places where the water is not above Redemption fund with U. S. Treas ili.SC0 00 Store. suspicion, to mix a little cider with it R. E. M a Roberts 1k,1 cdncat.fi .i;c, other tliii:s bcii.gi 1.12.- 00 urer lo per cent 01 circulation). Sitw.tj'jo ih! Total average condition on this date for the before drinking it certainly a most cqiial. preservation of green foods in the silo LIABILITIES. patt three years has been as follows": igreeable way of avoiding danger. I.Iother.s! Beware of those secret is the first step in that direction. Capital stock paid In $50,000 I 1SJS, 101: 1S'.7, !)4: ISCli, (!!). Surplus fund robbers of your baby's quiet and For cough and colds there is no med Undivided profits, less expenses and lO.WO If "Give me a liver regulator andj can The western section shows the lowhealth. Those sleepless nights and 1.9U1 taxes a'genius est average condition, G!. In the cen icine so effective as Coussen's Honey National paid notes outstanding.... 22.51W 7 Bank 0 long hours of tiresome vigil are caused regulate the world," said 1,11.) t' of Tar. It is the ideal remedy. Price, Due to other National Hunks by those terrible enemies of childhood The druggist handed him a bottle of tral section the average condition is Individual deposits subject to check. 25 cents and 50 cents. Liabilities other than tnosc above worms. Dcstioy and remove them l)e Witt's Little Early Risers, the fa- 78: in the eastern the condition is 85. stated, Stock Kcductiou .. oro 0. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm with "White's Cream of Vermifuge. mous little pills. Stormes' Drug The condition in the western section . .ins.t;yo t Total. Store. sunerea a loss ot l point since has I'rice, 25 cents. C. C it J. E. Stormes. Statk of Kentucky, County of Garkard, ss: To tlte North. March 1st.: the central a loss of seven of I, B. F. Hudson, There must be a rotation of crops, Queen Victoria has seen every points, and the eastern a loss of three The Queen and Crescent Route has bank, do solemnly Cashierthatthe above named swear the above state world vacated at least ment Is true to the best of mv knowledge and but that is not all. The land yields throne in the inaugurated a service of observation belief. points. B. K. Hudson. Cashier. up to the every crop certain proper-tie- utice, and some of them several times. Subscribed and cars on the famous Blue Grass Vesti day of April, 18'J9. sworn to before me this 11 OTHEU CHOPS. Nothing will return a large net proleaving tlMj'farm and the fanner between Cincinnati and Lexing S. C. DENNY Notary Public. 0.it sowing is hardly begun in a ma bule Free fit of all the things one may elect to just that lhuch pi .ore r. These must Attest: ton. Parlor cars and Queen and Correct Lewis Y. i Leavell, be resupplied, and there is no other do on the farm than a field of potatoes jority of the counties, and fortius rea Crescent Standard Vestibuled day Alex GliiF-s-. Directors. on good soil, planted with care and son no attempt is made at an estimate coaches. 4 way to do. ) J. JI. HlliCINliOTHAM, trains daily to Cincinnati with seed carefully selected, thorough- of the acreage. A few counties report with close connection with all trains If you are interested in horses, you ly cultivated and protected from insec- about of the acreage sown in should subscribe for the . American north. ts. the mud. The burning and sowing of Queen and Crescent trains are withREPORT OF THE CONDITION Stock Farm, Lexington, Ky. The tobacco plant beds is likewise much J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on out a peer in the South. 17 miles price is $2.00 per year, but you can sedelayed. Very few growers have cure it from now until January 1. I'.'.OO electric .street car line, writes that his shortest line, unequalled train service. very low with plants above ground at this date. Clofor 1.00, jf you will mention this pa- little daughter was ver has wintered fairly well, a portion W. C. Itinearson, General Passenger BANK croup, and her life saved after all phyper when writing. mar.'totf sicians had failed, only by using One of the old clover only being frozen out Agent. Geo. B. Scconl, the well known conMinute Cough Cure. Stormes' Drug tractor of Towanda. 7. V.. says: " I Store. OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT have tued Chamberlain's Cough Rems3ii?nFiir?ffflffi!f!iFiif!!fi!fiifi!nirnfi!fi!rnFii?iirr!!fiifiifE2 A petition has been presented to my family for a long time and edy in CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL 5, 1899 have found it superior to any other." Gov. Bradley for the pardon of the lire insurance companies that have been Fors-ilby R. E. McRoberts, druggist RESOURCES. for violation of the antitrust law. .lm deep-seate- d some-tlihisr 1 tfil liiftllfiLL i lleports were received this month from 101 correspondents, representing 10! counties. WHEAT. The number of spring lambs, compared with the number in 18C8, is 57 per cent., the loss being probably the heaviest ever sustained. The absence jf the usual amount of grazing at this .season causes a further loss in condition. 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. condition by the use of Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then y u will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder is the best medicine money can buy. For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Spruce bum Balsam. Price 25c and 50u a Bottle. For sale by Florida Havana tamfaT A.rV'f ,, ., . :,.'''rAV:--- t. Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, H or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service j io Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. The Train Service is per- - H feet in detail. Fast schedules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours e A -- ..jews. fAgzzj' ipsev. Cincinnati Havana. .r toj iV.dRilURSQN G.V.A Cincinnati. H y extr-icte- 1 23 V.i ' W icons' to" nervous prostration a.and all d;?eascs or tho cenerativo Vr"ars3 OI ett nor cos, such as No.-voFailiasor Iraiwtrctcy, o Erjteions. VoutMu! Errors, Mcntcl Vcrry.Lost ilaahsotl uss Ti0 crca.t 0.1 ill VITALITY rl I'vB orucr vra FOR THE BLOD Citizens National Bank McKoberls, Drug Store. tu o-- ns .'apuoa aau tnocnuy. v.'itn every wiium. wu-i.maraatco io cure or rofuiu tfcjrcoay. Sold at Sl.COre box. Oil.O. deep-seate- g 2t". gjass liuukiux-houri- j 1 (K) -. sn m sih ss u s- - .u Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at N fH BTI It fully Warranted and Excels all others. ", All Kinds Farm MucMnery Always onHand 2 one-ha- lf NATIONAL jc. pasture them on small farms, where the utmost must be made from each acre.- It will be using four or live acres for a purpose for which one will suilice, and we lose the produce of rest. The soiling system willevent- ually charge the present methods, and ' - There will be less and less of the Bsfore the discovery, of One Minute pastering of cattle; it will not pay to Cough Cure, ministers were greatly disturbed by coughing congregations. To excuse for it now. Stormes' Drug Store. 1 LiZLLavd C Szoui Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured... U. S. Bonds to secure circulation Stocks, securities, etc $209,131 5N5 f.7 A New Discover for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAiLED. Tubes, by jviail, 75 cnriTs; Bottles, 50 Cents. So!3 Proprietor, DANVILLE, KY. The transports Kilpatrick andFlori from Matanzas. the the.' oeiiri" arrivedThird Kentucky infan trv have at Fort Pulaski, Ga., JFmDngs, Fine Stationery, MJtner real estate aua mortgages own- 8,5;C 38 ea Due fromNntional Banks (not Ke- scrve Aleuts) i ,r,rs 55 7:0 &8 Due from State Banks and bankers.. 9,8 1 1 a: Due from approved reserve agents 22 10 Checks and other cash items 1 215 00 Notes of other National Banks 199 50 Fractional paper currcucy.nlckcls.cts 2 Specie Legal-tend- 50.000 00 3.:ffl0 Ot' 11.000 00 JAMES F. BALLARD. - - 310 fiorlh Main S'rcsl, ST. LCLI1S, MO. 1.500 CO notes $13,552 Redemption Fund with U.S. Treas2,"250 urer (5jf of circulation).. $l2.o.-- 00 00 00 74 Be on the Safe Side and STORMED DRUGr STORE m llf Here is one of those who are either so prejudiced against all advertised remedies, or have become discouraged at the failure of other medicines to help them, and who will succumb to the grim destroyer without knowing of the wonderful value of Foley's Honey and Tar for all Throat and Lung Total $311.7.1 Toilez 'yriicles. EDUCATION STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LIABILITIES. 1 t is of first importauce to get your training at .the school that strands in the very front If atslutely nccessery to the young in an or younff woman who would wlo bucccsc in life. This being conceded ran- k- $100,000 (0 Capital stock paid in 20,000 00 Surplusfund profits, less expense's and Undivided 4,179 (fl taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding.... 41.250 0t: Due to other National Banks 2,4!h C" 80 tit Due to State BaLks and bankeri Individual deposits subject to check. H0.75 o Office, CO 4 Certified checks $::l 1.713 Total Stateof Kentucky, County ofGarraru.ss: I, W. II. Kinnaird. Cashier of the nbovi named bank, do solemnly swear that the ubo statement Is true to the best of my knowleds Insure your Tobacco. National Bank R. KINNIARD or MOT? And belief.' TH E BOOK-KEEPIN- BRYANT SHOKTHAM), TELEGRAPHY. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1 day of April, 1899. K. Kinnaied. LOUISVILLE, KY. Notary Public. Commission expires January ICth 1900 Beven experienced teachers, each one a spudalUt In his line Graduates of this college preferred by business houses. Write for CORRScr Attest: a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupy ing Aiex R. Denny, prominent positions all over the United 8tates It will be mailed 'Directors Jno. E. Stormes, to you FKEE. Alex C. Robinson. WJI. 11. KINNAIRD, & h They overcome Weakness, irrcularity and omissions, increase vij;-and banish "pains of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVSiXS" to girls at "umuuuoou, iuuing- aeveiopment of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold by druffsists. JUL liOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland;Ohio. McRoberts' Drug Store,