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H TENTH YEAR. : She LOUIS LAN DRAM, Published nttftt I 1 " Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Ky., at Second Clms Hatter:. 3 LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTEff.NO OK APRIL t 20, 1899, i " OXE DOLLAR A YEAR. I Laundry Worli. Lecture of a IZlgh. Order. Rev. Jno. T. Cropper, of Kansas City, Mrs. Carey Anderson, who made a wide reputation on laundry work at an has been delever- Crab Orchard Springs, now lives at toll ing a series of sermonic lectures in the gate on Crab Orchard pike near Lan- Christian church, in this city, this caster, and will take work at reason- week to the edification of his audit able prices. She makes a specialty of ors. His lectures are of an intellectu Barred Pljmotliroclts. lace curtains, shirts, collars, and cuffs, al character, discussing problems unhave a fine pen of the above chick- shirt waists, bonnets, etc. I tf. der the reign, of universal law. He is eggs at 50 cents per ens, and will sell an entertaining talker and has the Keady for Business. setting of 15. They are medium size, happy faculty of entertaining his Come and give your measures and splendid layers and mature early. logically treating at audience as well as has Leave orders at McRoberts Drug Store, save a few dollars. Best He discussed the shoddy prices, from TVanamaker and his subjects. Pt. TV. McRoberts. tf Materialism and Brown and Howard Tailoring com- following topics: Electric Railroad. pany. You can get the iirst choice Soul Sleeping Exposed; What is the Monied men are thinking seriously by coming now and order suit to conic Soul? The Philosophy of Continued Existence after Death from the Standof building an electric railway between when you want it. Suits, tailor-mae- d point of a nice pair of Up-O- Richmond and Lexington. Richmond from $10. to .$30. Truth. 1 le will you Suits merchants are kicking like bay steers $7.50 to $20. Come while I am at close tonight with the subject, The Styles are the. Latest. ToDate Oxfords Call on us. and say it would be a death blow to home. Fit and quality quarantecd. Taproot of Infidility Extracted Without Tain. Come and enjoy an eventhem. M. D. Hughes Agent. All wool. ings entertainment and instruction. Circuit Court at U;i:ivlllc. his ;pixii. These lectures have been highly by the best people of the The Danville Advocate says Thco Circuit court convened at Danville Linney, of that city, caught a bass in Monday with Hon. It. C Warren on town and all are of the opinion that Dix river weighing three pounds. We the bench, Judge Saufley being unable they are of great good to an v communwill place a stack of blue chips on TV. to preside on account of illness. In ity. C. Price beating this catch ere the instructing the grand jury, Judge A ACCIKXT. season is over. Are you there, Harry? Warren called attention to the statute under which the insurance companies The "roP lu Trouble. Cen-trawere indicted in other counties, it be- Death of Jo.ii J). Voting wat .vtreiue-l- y Prof. (?) Joe DeBoe, of Jessamine ing his duty so to do, but :;aid he had iiret.Mli:r. county, is in jail charged with obtain- no method of telling whether or not Accounts in Phoenix, ArzL, papers ing money under false pretense. He the law was being violated, it being borrowed Win., 'Naylor's horse and sold the duty of the jury to determine that of the death of John D. Young show -same to V. A. Arnold. The case is point. the accident to extremely sad. The young man was born and reared in set for Friday before Judge Brown. Sisn your Name. Lancaster, being a son of Col. J. Uoe Pay Your School Tax. A well written account of a wedding Young and grandson of Mr. W. A. The Garrard Circuit Court has de- was received at tins oniec, out, as no , of this place. The Phoenix cided that the Lancaster Graded Com- name was signed, of couie it could papers say lie was tor a while ronno'Jt-wit- h mon School is on a legal basis and that not be printed. It is the universal the M. & P. lailroad. but kl't the school tax must be paid and un- rule of news papers to require signa less paid at once levies and sales will tures to contributions, not for pub- it and took a course in mining' at the be made. By order of the Board of lication but to show that ar icles arc territorial university, from which he graduated a year ago. He war; soon Trustees. E. TV. Harris, Coll'r. from a reliable source. TVe will take mployed by the Elkhart mining eoni- pleasure in printing the notice if the lutiy, with which he was connects Important ITXcetiu;. A ion killed. The shaft where tlr The. Commercial Club will have a author will make himself known. was cid?nt ocurad is four hundred feet called meeting in the Poliece Court splendid letter from Paint "Lick ep, with several landings. Mr. room tonight (Thursday) at 7:30. also unsigned. Our friends will please ouug had come out of the mine, his "Very important matters are to be dis remember this rule. ays work being done, and changed his Monday Mab-Mr- S. cussed and every member should be Helen M. Barker, treasurer of clothes. An officer of the eomnanv there. The meeting is the place to do your talking, brethren. the National TV. C. T. U., will deliver wanted him to return on an errand, a lecture at the Court House next jut Young protested, as the bucket New Stand. Monday night the 24th. Mrs. Barker tiail been condemned. Others insist-i- d and the boy started on the journey. TVe are now in our new building. is one of the most widely known lec. corner Crab Orchard and Campbell turers connected with the TV. C. T. U., lie had proceeded scarcelv twentv streets, better prepared than ever to and her appearance here will be a feet when the bottom broke out of the furnish Flour in exchange for wheat. an nseket and he fell to the first landing, IS THE LATEST. OUR HATS ARE STYLISH, OCR UN- Farmers, bring on your grain and get great treat for our people. She is and a distance of more than one hundreit OUR NECK-WEA- R earnest worker for temperance a good turnout of flour second in qual those who have heard her have been feet. He was instantly killed, though ity to none in the state. greatly benefitted and encouraged. the body was not disfigured in the DERWEAR WILL PLEASE YOU. 2t Potts Bros Our people should give her a large least. audience and thus help a noble cause A few weeks ago he came in possessNew aud Seasonable Goodn. and encourage the local Union. ion of a claim which proved to be a 1G and 18 inch Disc narrows. Two rich property, in the Chloride district. New Telephone Connections. horse Moline Champion Corn Planters, The Independent Telephone Lines V day after he made the strike he was One Horse Corn Drills, Tongue and continue to make distant connections offered a large sum for it and tel Tongueless Cultivators, and the following additional towns can egraphed his father to come and ad h Cultivators, Double vise with him, and Mr. Young was Shovels etc. For sale at bottom prices be reached through the exchange here: Bradfordsville, Campbellsville, Colum- there when the accident occurcd. by J. C. Robinson, !f!!fmi?f1!fnF!!F1!fnf!??1?f1!fnfl?fnF!!?!!?nfmm!rnF1!F!!f bia, Greensburg, Gravel Switch, Leb The deceased was 22 years of age and i fine specimen of physcal manhood. anon, Livingston, Mitchellsburg, "Next!" Perryville, Penick, Riley's stat Henry and John Duncan have con solidated their shops and are now in ion. Russell Springs, St Marys, Spring Men's Saddles the old stand over Powell's store, cor- field, Tatham Springs, Texasand other ner Public Square and Lexington points West and houth ot Lebanon. Beautiful crepons at JosErn's.v Joskphss street. Polite attention, sharp razors, Before many weeks the whole of the Good Harness, $7.50 Ladies Oxfords at clean towels and many years experience Blue Grass region will be connected by See our India Linnens, ladies. TVe lead the van Taffeta and fit them to do the best of work. tf. Independent lines. J. Joseph. Fancy Silks. JosErn's.. Bridles ,' Hon. Green It. Keller. To tlic Convention. Machine Needles and Oil. Carpets in the roll. Our sanctum was honored Wednes 'Jijompson. .25 Good J. C. The republicans, in county conven day by a call from non. Green R. Kel J. A. Beazley & Co. tion, selected delegatos Tuesday to Buggy and Surrey harness very cheap attend the railroad convention in ler, of Carlisle. Mr. Keller is one of See our line of Ladies Oxfords. Collar and popular the most widely-know- n TV. J. Romans Logan & Robinson. Messrs TV. O. men in the state. For many years he Louisville yesterday. Bradley, D. R. Collier, Lewis Walker has published the Carlisle Mercury. Seed Sweet and Irish Potatoes. Ajll TVe are better prepared than ever to Trace Chains and TV. H. Harris went down to rep one of the foremost Democratic paT. Currey's." sell you carpets. J. A. Beazley & Go. kinds Cheap at resent Garrard and they were instruct? pers in Kentucky." and his name is HAMES, The Kay Pea goat goes the third "Will give 8i cts dozens for eggs this ed to vote for H. S. Irwin. BREECHING, quite familiar to newspaper readers, 11. BNouhcott. week. He is a candidate for secretary of heat tomorrow night. Trustees Election. COLLAR PADS, state, and we know of no gentleman of Messrs B. F. Hudson who would till the office with more There will be work in the Fellow It will .interest you to see the lovely The terms Josepii's and Lewis Y. Leavell as trustees of ditrnitv and ability than he. Demo in Town. Craft degree at Masonic lodge Monday Pigues and Ginghamsat e Best the Graded School expire soon and an cratic leaders here say he can safely night. Late styles of sash buckles 25c up election will the first Saturday count on them standing by him thro' Thompson the Jeweler, Closing out our flower seed'. Ver in May to fill the vacancies. It.would thick aud thin. low prices for two weeks. be a difficult matter to find two men The Press Boys. If you want stylish tailor made .suit better fitted for the places, and the J. C. Thompson. leave your order with Logan & Hob people should them without At a meeting of the Executive ComExperience has taught us how to INSON. mittee of the Kentucky Press AssociaW. I. Williams, any opposition, whatever. Col. V. G. Welch, tion, held in Louisville yesterday, the Lancaster, measure you for a stylish toilor made Stanford. Clover, Timothy, Blue Grass, Orel Logan & Robinson. Will Have an Organ. suit. invitation of the Business Men's ard Grass and Seed Oats, at For several years many members of Association of Henderson to hold the (x.p. (jtAINES'. the local Christian Church have want- annual meeting in that city was form We can show you 1,000 samples for WELCH tailor made suits. Come to us we will Fancy Clover and Timothy nay ed an organ used in the services, but ally accepted and the date of thenieet-in- e fixed for Tuesday, July 11. On the dress you correctly. Logan & Robin sold and delivered anywhere in .town on account of objection it was never put in. A vote was taken Sunday evening of the twelfth the editors will son. by G. S. Gaines morning and resulted in 124 for and 24 leave Henderson on special sleeping I wish to rent out the property .be Try Potts TVhole Wheat Flour or against the instrument. It will be us- cars for Chicago, where they will on Lex longing to Mrs. Susan Fisher, Graham, Nutricious and Digestable, ed all the time now, under the skillful arrive at 8:30 a. m., and at 11 A. m., ington street. Possession given im Nothing likeit. II. C. Potts, Buck hand of Miss May Z. Hughes. they will sail on the steamer Manitou J. TV. Sweeney. mediately. eye, Ky. for Potoskey, arriving there early County Court Monday. All business attended to promptly Friday morning. They will remain at Wanted. The largest and best line of Buggies,. Next Monday will be county court Potoskey until Sunday evening when Car Iron and Bones. H. B. North- - Surries, Pheatons and vRoad Wagons day and a big crowd is expected in the same steamer will be taken for the ever seen in Lancaster. Prices are town. The Record will have a rep cott. return trip. So says President Wool- TV. J. Romans, rock bottom. resentative on the street and every folk in the Advocate. Building Lotoi one owing for subscription or job work If you,want to buy a nice Building How To Get IMch. Take your old Buggy.Phaeton, Road money. Our sub can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres Waeon and Surrey toTV. J. Romans will be asked for the Lot I The way to get rich is to trust no prompt paying scribers, as a rule, are T. uuruey. cheap. and have them mad new. we are but there are a f evy who seem to think body, befriend none, get all you can, turhintr out the besf .work ever done we do not need the money. Please be take all you can get, stint yourself and Dr. McKee Absent. 'TV. J. Romans. you, be in Lancaster. prepared tc settle Monday when you everything that belongs to Dr. J. L. McKee will not be here for friend to no man. let no man te are asked to do so. the next two Sundays, but his pulpit Wanted: a friend of yours, heap up interest, be will be filled by some minister from Eggs and Chickens. Good price paid mean, miserly and despised for some No Ticks There, Danville. Bripg them in before prices drop. Twolrivine gentlemen write The twenty or thirty years, and riches will BEAZLEY & BAO&HMAK H. BiXortncott Record saying there are no seed ticks come to you as sure as disease, dis The Best on tlic Market. there, and if Judee M. D. Hughes is appointment and death, and. when ' Keep it Up. Hoosier Corn Planters, BroWCul-tivatorFUNERAL DIRECTORS, pretty little city pretty near enough wealth has been Roller, BarriW Disc Johnston The stores of R. H. Batson and R. fighting them in that by a disregard of the Mow E. McRoberts are receiving fresh coats he brought them, with him. We once accumulated Deering Binders and ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM Harrows, in the good county human heart, and at the expense of G. S. Gaines. ere. of paint. Others should be treated in spent several weeks of Estill and were royally treated by every enjoyment, death will finish the like manner. the BALMING a SPECIALTY. her cultivated and clever people. We work, and the body is burled, you Notice to Creditors. believe their assertion true, for heirs dance and fight over what For Rent, having claims against the. All those goes where? The larcre Lodire Room over Post during our stay there we never heard have left, and the spirit estate of Mrs. Catharine Leayell, &c dee'd., will please present them prop office. Will make srood offices. Call a single seed tick. If Judge Hughes By all means get rich. It will pay Carpets, says so, Nicholasville Journ erly proven to, J. C. Hemphill, Adr'r., on W. T. West or W. McQ Johnston has heard any, we will ypiarantine the devil " al. gainst his return home, a apu for particulars. W. Or Bradley or TVm. uernaon, Aii'y. SPRING OXFORDS ON DISPLAY Clirtatian Endeavor. The meeting hour of the above society has been changed to four o'clock Sunday afternoons. It meets in the Christian church and everybody is invited to attend. He was unusually bright and intelligent, and the Pheonix papers say had many friends in the West. The Pheonix Herald says funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church conducted by Rev. Ferguson, of the Christian church, and the body was laid to rest in the K. P. cemetery. The family have much sympathy in theirgreat bereavement. I'AVOKAB ICEPOItT. LADIES ISallroad Committee Bring Encourag lug New from Headquarters In New York. If want ur Self-Evide-nt Ready-to-we- DM PRICES THE LOW REMEMBER, our Men's all wool suits at l $5.00. The greatest line of Mens Suits in Kentucky at $7.50, 10, 12, and $15. Conie and get a suit, they are going fast. aa SEE OUR MENS PATENT LEATHER Amk-rcon- SHOES. Made by Florsheim, of Chicago, You will buy a pair. Sits to BbtiMl LfiSASl & $2.75 up. Ml Ms, all pes. One-Hor- Spike-Toot- John M Farm returned a few days ago from his trip with the railroad committee to New York and is full to overllowing with enthusiasm over the proposed new road. According to appointment, the committee were ushered into President Spencer's office and received a most cordial reception. The plans and ideas heretofore given the readers of The Record were presented to Mr. Spencer, together with a complete statement as to the resources of the counties through which the road would p;is, the tons of freight revived and shipped by each promi-leitown, etc., etc. Mr. Spencerask-e- d many questions as to facts and figures, but the committee were prepar ed to give satisfactory answers to all. To sum up the whole confab, the pres ident asked that copies of all surveys heretofore made be sent him at once, that he may lay them, together with the statistics before the board of directors. The fact that the president f so great a corporation would spend veral hours of his moit valuable time In talking over the matter, and the ."urthcr fact that he w.nild ask the jeopie to go to so great expease as to iiave hundreds of pages of surveys copied, goes so show there is much foundation for hope of the road being Mr. Sircncer said that constructed. when the board of directors met, they would more than likely send a corps if surveyors to go over the line and make a careful examination of same. The papers requested are being prepared and will soon be in the hands of the officials at New York. Our people should bear the important fact in mind that to get the road the county will have to give the right jf way. Some may think it will be built any way, and they might as well make what they can out of it, but, dear reader, there are several other routes which can be easily taken, leaving Garrard out, and the counties will quickly jump at the opportunity to secure the road. Dont let anyone stuff you with the idea that the road is u ouxd to come here. st LOOS. set Back Bands Park-svill- LOCAL HAPPENINGS. New stock of these fine drapry papers for mantle lamp shades etc. J. C. Thompson, ExtraBlind 2 .75 All Leather .85 Fair .25 Two-Hors- Wap You. should d J.R. HASELDEN. & see Our line of Carpets YOU BEFORE BUY. Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. You will find Good Qualities AT LOW PEICES In Carpets.Mattings s, and Floor Oil Cloths. furniture, a -- Iiancasier, ISy. , '.4 5? CENTRAL RKCO&O EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS WSDWtf, raBHfcer. ATrcE " $ LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Fox, of Danville, 111 Mrs. O W!" 17 STATE NEWS oW ft PICK-UPS. 1 fl fia ' sakh .13 acre. , nsr. Ysxr. is ' I THESE IIP ruin muttons per year, lj2 a aml sn.ou p.- SHOT FOUR TIMES. The Son of a Methodist Minister Fatally Wounds a Companion inn Disorderly House at Falmouth, Ky. Sis DEDICATION Of THE FAMOUS TU" Unlt2'l StAteico?oHmesL about 13,030,003 - TEE THIRD KENTUCKY. It Was ! THUBOTAY, n.i not nour frftsli wsirnt milk- mr.n the same vessel with old, cold milk. It Falmouth, Ivy., April 18. Sunday ., s ans, uuu in: will start an acta fermentation. Savaxxah, Ga., April 19. The trans.,,..,7 n . " S.VH .. gun--- ' i i in nHjirlv nil It makes no difference how bad the morninpr, about 2 o'clock, at a disorder port Thomas has arriVed at quarantine Utiis uic ly house ia this city, .George It. Greene, with the 31st Michigan infantry regi' wound if you me I)e Witt's "Witch tllU lrlll3l .0 sayings. Hazel Salve: it will quickly heal and of Warsaw, Ky., shot aad fatally in- ment and .one battalion of the 3d man unto wiv.?: jured George Kells, of Willianistown, United States engineers from Cienfue- nfitliintr. The other fellow leave no scar, i. Ky., iiwm being shot Kells four gos on board. The transport Havana ,..i;,it lm Stormes Drug. Stqrc. M. l'oL It. iloesuio Biuf'otimes, once in the face just below also arrived with two battalions each were trusts enough for never bo fed to the left eye, twice in the left side and of the ail and 2d engineers from Timothy hay should I rili there Those sheep, as it often causes a derange- once in the left arm. lie is now at the Havana and Matanzas. all of us, hut there are not trusts are like the ment of the digestive tract. And tim- point of death, and Greene has been ing through quarantiue the After go combines and it Michigan w llr.GS Ol LIIU tu.uiuj-in jail here. The troops will be sent to Augusta and the othy is of a fat forming nature, hence arrested and lodg-e3d engineers to Atlanta for muster out. is not as valuable a food as clover and parties were friends and were drinkfellows wlio Dave got ,. .u i fi!im's who haven't 'sther grasses which are rich in ing freely when the difiiciflty arose re- It is possible the 'Jd engineers may also 1IU1U UU lUlU sulting1 in the shooting'. go to Atlanta. The ad Kentucky regitrot them are nearly dead to get in. Greene's father is a prominent ment will arrive Tuesday from quarOf course the thing will go to seed very quiet,doc;le animal The pig is a mms da:. and tlie'c aSiIvo fortunes when well treated and cared for. But Methodist minister at Warsaw, while antine and be mustered out here. The d Nebraska regiment wiil arrive at and monumenual combines will crum- he is a hard customer to handle when Kells' father and people in Grant counthe same time from quarantine and go ble and fall of their own weight, and you rub him the wrong way. Lack of ty are large property holders. to Augusta to be mustered out. woe be unto him on whom they fall." plenty IMS Louisville riant Sold, of water and proper food will ROAD REPORTED SOLD. Louisville, Ky., April 15. The to become unruly. cause pigs X'i lias Uo?n Ic::rned that had the & Ott Manufacturing company, of People who have once taken i)e KumorH Hint Mm Frankfort A Cincinnati ynr in Cuba Jicii continued, Gen. Little Early Risers will never this cit3, has sold out to the American liiUhvj-.Ha.s I 1i:u)rci1 Fitzhu Lee would lavs led the as- Witt's Plumbing and Lead Pipe company. have anything else. They are the lirukurg UfTeclcil thoDeul. sault upon Havana. Of uotiysc he 'fajnous The consideration has not been made little pills" for torpid liver would have swept everything before public, but it is known to be more Fkankfort, Ky., April 19. There fmt,iitwl Mia cUv. a victory land all Irregularlllra of the svstcm. than ir.in 1,000,000. The combine is was a well grounded rumor here Mon Stormes Drwr Store. lm said to bo incorporated at vrhic'n every American wanted to see day night that the Fran 1: fort & Cin The Dairy World says that 2,000X00 and- the Ahrens & Ott plant principally because of Gen. Lee's cinnati railroad has sold and will treatment at Havana just "?fore hos- cases of condensed milk were nut un is the largest it has acquired. Jfr. pass into the hands beenthe new "purof Gen. Lee was one of in this country during the last vear. Theodore Ahrens, president of the tilities bean. chasers May '20. The purchasers are w volunteers who and that more than half of this was company, who lias been in Xew Yorl the exceedingly not disclosed. Louisville brokers ena co- c5:isu:r.ed in this country. The. rest making negotiations for the sale, understood warfare, and being gineered the deal. The road extends urteous, U b Mined man, his attack was exported, mostly to Japan, China wired Thursday evening that it had from here to Paris, 40 miles., but the upon the city would been watched and India. Ti:e demand for American been consummated. new extremity from here to Alton, wltJi as much interest as those of the cjiidensed milk is steadily on the inconnecting with the Southern railway Absorbed by the Trust. crease. were. fleets ia in Kentucky. The road was built in Louisville, Ky., April 15. The Little, neglected scratches and and Maddox distilleries ip Kcn-- tSST and was sold at receiver's sale two favor of shr.ving wounds frequently result in blood- - ton county were bought in Tuesday years ago for 8100,000. Tiik sentiment in Th.c original aside the professional politicians i.s poisoning. Better heal them quickly by the Kentucky Distilleries and Ware- cost was over half a milliou. growing, ::nd many papers over the with J)e Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, a house Co. The Latonia plant is one Can Lr:ictlru l!e(v,in Uo Interior Depart, :tatchavc taken up tin cry "Awa thoroughly c application with oi the largest in the state and is finely mont, Them'.'' The Jessamine Jour a record of always curing piles, old ul- equipped. The Maddox house is con- -, vi in Washington, April 10. The followknoclcs center of this point when cers, sores, cuts, wounds and nal skin dis- sidcrably smaller. The consideration, ing Kentucky attorneys have been y it si:y: "Tho time hns passed in is not itatcd. The demand for whisky admitted to eases. Stormes Drus Storn. 1n practice before the in! f a i a i can be when a'iy kinr5 What is said to be the largest Ik ? is increasing and prices remain firm, terior department: George A. Horton, put up and elected touuiee It is not ever raised was with slight advances. Alex; Win. D. Tolle, Glasgow; N. L. recently slaughtered n democracy to force upon the people a Payne. Plummer's ew ork. The Airil 20, 1899 Tuesday OMicr TrociM ArrZvo Home From Havana. Out at Ssrannah, Go., fai!. un if nil in li tan w t""" KENTUCKY MONUMENT ATTH3 I 1 Nulionul Military Pork, at o" mmum 10 I 1 sign that tlATimC PAR -r-- pro-fe- Ah-re- ns accumulating impurities which an urgent appeal for assistance bo ignored. a warning that can To neglect to purify the blood at this time meons more than the annoyance of pninful boils and unsightly pimples. If these impurities are allowed to remain, tha system succumbs to any ordinary illness; and is unable to withstand the many ailments "which are so prevalent during spring and summer. Mrs. L. Qontile, 2001 Second. Avenue S3attle. Wash . says : " I was afflicted for a long time with pimples, which wore very annoying, as they disfigured my face fearfully. After using many other remedies in vain. S S. S. promptly and thoroughly cleansetl mv blood, and now I roioico ia , J, ,1 CJX 1t uapt. v. i. uuniap, or tno a. u. g. 'vi7rzr$Zr Jt. R., Chattanooga. Tenn., writes: " Soveral boils and carbuncles broke, out xipon me, causiiig great pain and annoyance. My blood seemed to ba in a riotous condition, and nothing I took seemed to do any good. Six bottles of S S. S. cured me completely and my bloou lias been penectiy pure ever since. ml URL 10 rufl nCLli LffZI D HrrtHUHU tlio system is niuste gotten rid of ; they are ftnnt"!! "When Nature is overtaxed, she. has her own way of civinj' notice auco is needed. She does fieln until it ia iniw-siblto cet it. Boils and pimples are an indication that fell fifira 1 MAY 3rd, l899 iwPFTOm I A$Ws 'W CINCINNATI KENTUCKY - .1 it $ QUEEN AND ROUTE mm CRESCENT Elv. Pa3s"r Azt.. 1 CHAS.'W.ZEI.L. 3 CtncumaU. O . O. I MITCHELti. Div.PassV AztI Chattanooga. Tenn. Afit, S.T.SWIIT.PaiiaYandTlsScct I !! I Iluruls-Louisvi- - is the best blood remedy, fascause it is purely vegetable and is the only one that is absolutely fro3 from potash and mercury. It promptly purifies the blood and thoroughly cleanses the system, build3 up the general health apd strength. It cures Scrofula. Eczema, Cancer, Rheumatism Totter. Boils, Sores, etc., by going direct to tha cause of the trouble and fcwmg out all impure blood. Books free to any address by tbj Swift Specific Co., Atlimta, Ga. The should The bosses sal. Sciiiclciit. Iiousli ou t'le Doctor. Sweet Young Thing But Ulij Mrs. Bright Johnny, did the doctor not "women euterpolitics come while I was out'.' Savage Bachelor Too. manj Johnny (suspentii:.;; hi play) Yes, there now. lndiariapc?s Jour ma. lie felt ir.y piti-..uaked at my tongue and'shook his and said it was a seriou.v ca.se. siur he IlIi a preVery Mncl( Heated. again Vn The Circassian Whst's the matter scription and aid L"d call the evening. with the two Tire litters? Irs. Bright (Irncioi!sme! Itu"asn't The Wild Man Oh, some hot words Iiini to tee; u was the baby. passed between, them. N. Y. Journal. you I sent Ally Slopar., , Our Fine Red Durham Bull - anti-septi- Ken-Uick- man who is no more qualified for ofiiec then a mule is to sing a hoIo." In his speeches. Col. "William Jennings Bryan iys the free coinage of silver will be the principal issue in the next presidential campaign. As its n ariy two years ihitil Use eleclicn. Sir. B. seenii to be an orcvoedingly man. In the-;davs of wars and minors of wars there's no telling what questions will be before the people in as much as six months hence. was the subject of a Louisville preacher Sunday. It would i2 well if more of the pulpit pounders would devote timetopreachingagainst this evil. There are very few churches member-whwithout a lot of continually talk about others. Such people could not break into Heaven with a pick-axrbng-tongue. "Backbiting" o T:u: ''Embalmed Beef inquiry has grown to be as stale as was the meat The e horrid tits of depression, melfurnished the soldieis. ancholy, low spirits, and sudden irritability, that sometimes atllict even If you suffer from tenderness or full good tempered people, is due to the on the right side, pains under moou oemg permeated with black bile. fchoulder-bkidconstipat ion, bilious Ilerbine will purify the blood, restore ness, and feel dull neaitn and cheerfulness. Price, SOcts. L. heavy and sieepy your liver is torpid ii J. E. Storm ps. lm Some western farmers are quoted and congested. DeWitt's Little Early to SIM) now for farm mares. Bisers will cure you promptly, pleas- p.ij nig antly and permanently by removing They quit raisinir horses bowsnno t.im.. the congestion and causing the bile thought the world might come to an dubts to open and llow naturally, they end or that farmers would not need horses, or if they did that they could AltE GOOD 11 LLS. always buy them for 2.1. Now thev lm Stormes Drug Store wish that they had kept iip their breed ing; just as the cattlemen could not Texas Farm and Baneh saj-s- : The sen their best, pure bred cattle :ir, m unquestioned shortage of range cattle and the somewhat increased ability of price up to 1S!)7, and in 1808 boom the people to buy beef promises well prices average S;;00 to 8500. for the cattlemen. Prices of cattle are The Breeders' Gazette gives the foi high, but high prices is what makes lowing recipe for g business move, while low prices tend the hog to cool tliornnIilr h to stagnation. fore cutting; careful v trim lmme ..! Miouiuers ana split the sides in. t.u lengthwise. Sprinkle bottom of h ,rri "VVcali Kycs Aro Itiutlc Strong. did vision made clear, styes removed with line salt uid rub each piece of and granulated lids or sore eyes of any meat witn salt. Pack in hnrr,i m. kind speedily and effectually cured by hams on the bottom, shoulders next the use of Sutherland's Eaglt Eye ..un siucson top. After three, dav salve. Its put up in tubes, and so on cover the meat with brine madcas fol a guarantee at McBoberts Drug Stc e lows: Water, eight gallons: s:.lt, lm pounds: sugar, three pounds; saltpeter unco ounces; concentrated lye, three T c Plymouth Rocks are among the 5011 all t.nwH,nr best winter laj crs, as they are less af- skim. After conlimr tva,.- . a uie fected by cold weather than most oth- m0a,!'. lve in brine from fou' tosier breeds. Liieu smoKe as desired. The uiihb Mioum oe strong enough to be; Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs, colds, up an egg. croup and whooping cougli readily tT TT 1 yield to One Minute Cough Cure. Use R fiUfi? ar,c .l.,e most fatal of this remedy in time and save a doctor's ioleys ""uuu" f 'I diseases, Ividney Cure a guaranteed bill or the undertaker's. remedy or money refunded. lin StirmesDrugf t re. C. C. & J". E. Stormes. im e. e, sugar-curinpork-Allo- animal was a Jersey rod boar two and years old, weighing alive 1,00!) pounds, and dress ing 1,S::-- pounds. It measured nine feet from tip of nose to the end of its tail, two and feet across'tho hams ana six feet in girth. litany people suffer untold torture from piles, because of the popular im pression that they can not be cured Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them. It lias met with absolute success. Price, SO cts. in bot tles, tubes. c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes.lm. A Chicago commission man says: "To attempt to build a beef structure upon a Holstein, Jersey or otner dairy Dreed base would be to im Bate the man who built his house no on the sand. The wind of the market would sweep the structure awavinonc "fell swoop" and financial disaster attend the unfortunate feeder's misgui ded efforts." one-half one-half n l Dr. Combs' Victim Dead, Richmond, Ky., April I.T. As a re suit of a pistol shot wound by Dr. R. II. Combs, Charles WUknighby died at College Hill Friday morning. Combs and Willoughby had been bitter enemies for months. The men met in a store by accident and YVilloughby btruck Combs with an ax handle, almost braining him. Combs shot his assailant. They had quarreled about a woman. IJnrgo Wrecked on tlio rails. Louisville, Ky., April 15. A barge loaded with Russia iron, from Pitts burgh to St. Louis, was wrecked on. the falls Friday against a pier of the Pennsylvania bridge. The barge and its cargo are a total loss. The iron is valued at 5125,000, on which there only 550,000 insurance. Thcbarge wa3 valued at 5,000. The barge was being taken over the falls by the harbor boat Fulton. Tombstones llrokcn lu a Wreck. IS. There was a wreck in the Illinois Central freight yards here Sunday afternoon in which five cars were completely demolished. The accident was caused by carelessness in having a switch open. One of the wrecked cars was loaded with tombstones, which were broki n into million pieces. The damage probably amounted to 510,000. Louisville, April "Wha will happen to yon if you are good. lUUe dov?" asked, the Itindly old Friead You'd find it much len lady. 1TOTARY PUBLIC, Landing; Miss Mary agreeable to live hy it, Town Topics. 'Til get a stick of candy for being E, Vernon, Stanford; 1!. II. Stovall, good.' Ilcr QncNtlon. vsickhiVe; James M. Simmons, llowi-- g "And 'what wiil happen to you if you BRYANT SVI LLE, KENTUCKY I told her she would take the cake. My bashful shyness shedding; ing Green; II. II. Davis, Centertowijf are bar ?" archly looked at me. And then she Surveyor acJ Aleut far "I'll, get two sticks of candy for promJoseph I. Landes, llopkinsville; "What kind." she queried, "weddlag'', ising to try to be good." Chicago Post-Brooklyn talfe. Hargett, lirooksville. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Hurled in Totter's I'leUK. Lexington, Ky., April IS. Acting Coroner Royalty has learned that Wm. HUE anfi LIFE INSURASCE J. Johnson, killed in the Cincinnati Southern freight yards and buried in the potter's Held, is the brother of I. SPEEKGHELD N. Johnson,, a member of the Pennsylvania-house of representatives. AMD MAllIKE INSURANCE COMPANY. Whisky Still in a Smokehouse. CoLUMiiiA, Ky., April 15. Deputy Hcvenuc Collector Will Hawkins and EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO Deputy United States Marshals Page " Eing out tho old Rug in the new OF NEW YORK. and Coffey raided a moonshine still on Ring out the ialia Ring in the true " & Williams farm, nine milc6 Wheat We bring to you the new and true from tha Robinson & Hamilton from here,, Thursday. The still was of piney forests of Norway capacity, and was located in Office over Post OlEce. L Li a smokehouse. Mart Wheat and Jack :: : Kkstuckt Lascasteh, Bennett, who,, it is charged, operated the still, were captured. OUG.YNIZED Daxiber terior interests' I 'i confess that live DlHercncc Will make the, present season on our farm, 2 miles from Lancaster on new Danville, pike, and will serve cows at $i.oo. Money due at time of service, AM and ED BOURNE. im fanny art. I have no ul- VIsc Lnl. J. X. DUNN IM ME Igts Drshi Breckinridge Chosen. I!en llulluUay Una Not Cone Lnino. Lexington, Ky., April is.- - Desha Jsreckinrulye, ciJiror of the; I- exington Herald, has been appointed judge ad- vocat,cof the 2d Kentucky state guards. which is now 'organized. Mr. was '(or incrly an aide-dc- camp on the; stn ; Gen. Urcckinridge. ,. TI oa. ",lf,J f.il . ndf of this cityi be musitrrfe,.asthe re;racntal band "-- v ijuuivJi.i.i;, ivy. , iinni it. rue re port sent out from this city that Benlioliadaj-- , the favorite in the Brooklyn handicap and Suburban, hal goi lame-i- s denied by owners ami trailers. Dr. Ilarthill, veterinary surgeon, saya ne examined tlic Jiorsc a few vl,avs and fousd himto be in cioelleqt, coa- union. a"-o. democratic collection for the ursi seuatoruvL uistrict, m session here Friday, nominated W. O. Coleman, of Trimb.lf, for state senator, De Uven who. had carried, one county, withdrawing. " OUTUVII.I.E, Coleman fo Senator. ivv., April the Stomach. L5Un,7 . Kv.. April 19. February C,J,olw Dtr n of Grove, was taken suddenly and violently ill and died. The Circumstances seemed to indicate poisoning anci jjjs wjfe and step danf ,hter, Minnie "Plynn, were arrested and. bound over. The court ordered tb e body of the. dead man exhumed "and the.stomach."analyzed. c XiU. ,V .,aiyzo Km I Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g causa of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thcra is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS jEUEEBS NATIONAL BASK, OF LAKCASTER.FY. CRpIfciJ, $50,000 10,000 Surilus Fuad IIC.SIJf.ZSS SOLICITED. OsvrefnJ AM 03 YEARS OLD. and never ns d Honey. It rivce qu'ck nnit penuaoani rd'iet ItEik3 In grip M well as coughs and cold3. Hscc-Uo. weak 1 untrn stroai. Mrs. M. A. Pedacab. Ky. Ecttles Cniy. 25c, SQc. and $1.00 BE GURS YOU GET 0?a Sizes and Prompt Attention Qunmuteai' President. Sell's Kse-Tass- gr Law is Y. A". Lkavell . Cashier- - 8. F. Hudson 1G. Tha Drauk. Carbolic Acid. .!,., lmm the teams of Central university, this city, and the Kentucky univcnsity ut.iiusji.ua. Withdraws From tho Itao. IIt)PKis8Vii.i.E, Ky., AprillS. Prof. .T n rs..sc.. oxi v. uuav. -- tins city, is out in a card in the local papers anrtoancing his withdrawal from the, raw for tho democratic nomination fbr r intendent ot public instruction i ? state,-supe- on by Central. . .. ivy., APrU,igA larg8 county. crowd witnessed the jfat mtotlp- giate league game of baseball, playedT wuipu, nerQ jj'nday between l,.... uUA V ' Lexington, Ky April 19. Despond ent on account of eontHnucd sickness. THE lillYAKT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Robrt Greb.an, aged 32, drank carbolic LOUISVILLE, KY. acid, at St. .Ttofjeph's hospital Monday Seven exrerlonced teachers, each one a spocialint in his line night and dlaj from it effects. The Graduates of this college preferred by lnnines none. Write for a beautiful book giving testimonial's from graduates nccuylnc deceased was the oldest son of Prof. SHORTHAND, prominent positions nil over tHc United fetutes it will be mailed Greham, a weHI knowu educator of this TELEGRAPHY. to yoi FRISK. BOOK-KEEPIN- DIRECTORS: Is nbsintely necessary to the yonnR fnan or young woman who would win I.ET7I3 Y. LKA.rL'il. J. M . HlOGIKBCTQAV, success in Hie. This ueinc coiicedctf J.S.Johnson, T.3I.ARSOLDk t is of first itnportauce to get your trainin? at the school that strands in tho very iront rani U. C. A EDUCATION Rissuy CD. Walxes O. Assistant Cash? Bookkeeper Arnold, Jk. Alkx.Gibbs, Jacob B.F. Hudson J. J. Walks 7. Robixsox. R. KiNNAiRO'S Insurance Agency MotfacirsI Representing Over discom T'HS ts and of cnilu-biEihc- relie yes ers. be atmost en- -j tirely avoided. vineoit;aruui" m - 357,000,000 Companies tna of llartford. - i In the following Five Insurance pectant moth ex- Am mm It give3 i Had "o Onpasltlcau. Lillavd'& Szouz', DANVILLE, KY. Paintsvili.e, Ky, April 13, The re publican district conveatfan, which met here, nominated lion. John P. De Long for representative in, the Ninety-sixt- h legislative distort.. De Long had no opposition. May Ilempsteax Lexington, Ky., April 18. Mr. Hal P. Headley states that he and Mr. Norton have positively decided to start May Ilempsteadiin the Tennessee derby on Tuesday, Unless she should go wrong before that date. t. ;ans,and puts them in condition to do thiar work perfec tly. That makes pregnancy less painful, shortens labor and hastens recovery after child birth. It helps a woman bear strong healthy cMldren. ? f3 "via Low : m 9 points, tlio Queen & Crescent Kouto to tho Atlanta Ga., April 26-2- 9. Rsite-from, s iii all m iM S ( International 5. S. Convention lias nlso brought happiness to thonsa mds of homes barren for years. A few doses often brings joy to loving hearts that long for a d, arling baby. No woman should neglect to try it for this troubh 2. It cures nine esses out of ten.i All druggists sell Wine of Car dui. Jr.oo per bottle. 1 Queen of America. National of Hartfort. Phenix of Brooklyn, flartrord or Ilartfora. Manchester or England. Connecticut or Hartford. Xorih British and Mercbantile. Gerajan Ainorican of N'dv and London and Globe-- , I also represcut the old reliable Fork.-Hrerpo- New York Life Insurance Confederate Veterans' Reunion Charleston, S. C, May 10-1- 3. Must Be Tried InXocal Courts. Owensboro, Ky., April 18. Word comes from. Frankfort that the attorney general will decline 'to institute proceedings to forfeit the Daviess, county gravel road charters, but will, remand the cases to the local courts a; proper tribunals. Southern Daptist Convention Lonisyiile, Ky., May 11-1- 8. k1 Toilet Jlrticles.. III III til II! Ill I. Stanford, Ky., April Physicians Me at Stanford. 17. Sou'Ai-eastcrn For a Wee in cases reqnlrirtr Sj5ecial olroctlol .s. address, eiylngr symptoms, the. idles' Advisory Department," The Chi ttanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn. "li tM 1 1 eicatJon Kentucky Monument Biblical Assembly Charlotte, N. C, Chickaniaiiga. Im g Sprioi 1899 TREES, PLANTS, VINES. Fruit aud ornamental Trees, Shrubs, small fruits and every tiling for Orchard, Lawn and Gar den. We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices. Strawberry and Tree" Catalogues on application to 11 ill 111 Kentucky Medical association met here. Many physicians from fjur-rounaing counties were in attendja: we had 'been married three years, but a . t have any children. Kta aaeauk tterihadainefllrlMBy.' eould Mrs. LO UISA HALE, or Jeffersdn, Ct "Whc: n I firsUook Wine orCardut tyR I fi g iii 1 1 June 20-2- $. 1 H. F. HILLENMEYER, phone 279 Lexington Ky. v tii. ' l imf II L nil U S i B I LL unm thf y lib II U L I inn E- - L:v ( ' - THE CUTAWAY FROCK g, N BOTH M Great care was taken in Selecting our Spring Lines and we can now show you The .Nobbiest, Most Up-To-D- ate and Best . illflTt Aft EVER EXHIBITED IN CENTRAL j if m mm THREE-BUTTO- 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 & MARX JiLi Do F flhniRn -:- - & bQi H q n wi 1 1 o Her svceL face and charming manners have made many friends and admirers here. Mr. Ed Moritzand wife, of Stanford, were visitors here Wednesday. The Social Industrial Club will meet with Miss Alice Hudson next Wednesday afternoon at half-patwo o'clock. Mr. W. IT. Harris and wife, of Carlisle, are expected this week to visit his parents, Sir. and Mrs. E. W. Harris. A card from Judge Joe S. Robinson orders his paper changed from Los Angeles, Cal., to Pleasant Hill, Mo. He says: We leave here on the 15th for San Francisco, Salt Lake and Denver. Will stop awhile in Missouri. 1 have some lish stories to tell the boys when 1 return home. We have enjoyed reading your paper each week better than a letter from home. "Sretaw" was in Burgin several days last and this week looking after the endowment rank of the K. of P. order. Every body in this part o'f Kentucky knows who "Sretaw" is, they have all had a chance to read his inimitable letters from Stanford and other points. Those best acquainted with this gen tleman prefer calling him by his right name, Joseph Waters, once of the Interior Journal, now of Central Kentucky. Burgin Messenger. st I? e sifti i fa If if CUTAWAY Copyright, i39 By Hart, Schaffncr & Marx GUARANTEED CLOTHING. A Millinery. If 3D, go Millinery. you Want a Real Nobby Spring Hat? tn the Leading Milliners, Up-to-da- te. HOEL SISTERS, New Goods received daily. Everything strictly to suit everyone. Phone 85. Goods and Prices Mr. J. F. Estes, and wife, nee Miss Rebecca Pone, of Kirksville. spent Sunday witli Lancaster relatives. THURSDAY April 20 - I89fj. Misses Louise Kaufman, of Lancas ter, and Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, are guests of Miss Lizzette Dickson. Paris News. Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, of Huston- ville, and Mr. Win, J. Cummins, of Clay Hamilton is in Cincinnati. Chicago, visited Mrs. Emma Kaufman Ben Herndon made a trip to Louis- a few days since. ville this week. Mrs. Joel Lunccford happened to a Grcsham is visiting very painful accident last week by Mrs. Eliza falling and breaking her wrist. She friends in Livingston. is some better at present. is visiting Miss riallie Hamilton Mr. Jacob Joseph made a hurried friends in Nieholasville. trip to Cincinnati last week to buy Miss Nancy Harris has returned more spring goods, his trade having from a visit at NcCrcary. been much larger than he anticipated. Miss Maggie Tomlinson was a visCapt. Yvr. J. Kinnaird returned to itor in Danville the past week. Nashville Monday. "Pigon's" friends Mrs. Geo. Patterson is spending a are glad to know that his foot is about all right again and is giving him no few days in Lexington and Paris. made a bus" trouble. Ceorge M. Patterson Rev. Donald NcDonald and wife are Ine-strip t j Richmond Saturday. veryanxious to locate in Danville if Miss Eugenia Bush lias returned they can find a residence to suit them. from several days visit to Stanford. They want to either buy or rent. Mrs. H. M. Lackey returned Satur- Advocate. day from a visit to relatives in RichHerbert KJnnaird, the cleverest boy mond. in toA'n, has accepted a position in the Mrs. J. S. Edminston left Saturday Merchant Tailoring business with J. to make a visit to relatives in Crab C. Hemphill, whtre he will be glad to Orchard. have his friends call and see him. Miss Martha Elkin has returned Hon. W. B. Mason is in Cincinnati from a visit to Miss Pearl Burnside, selecting his law library. He will open an ollice next week. Keg is a natur in Stanford. lawyer and what he doesn't and Mrs. Donald McDonald were Dr. visitors to Lancaster relatives Satur- know about preparing a case isn't vo;th knowing. day and Sunday. at- . The Danville Advocate is officially Rev. "V. L. Clark and wife are tending the district converence at informed that Hanan, the wealthy shoe manufacturer, has become interBurgin this week. ested in Rev. George O. Barnes' evanGeorge D. Luskand handsome wife, gelistic work in Washington City and visited relatives-her- will provide any funds necessary to Lawrenceburg, of lirst of the week. ihc successful prosecution of it. Rev. Eucien D. Noel, formerly of Mr. J. AY. Pumphrcy and wife spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. this city, was lected moderator of Tankersley, at Silver Creek. the Transylvania Presbytery at Dan Mrs. Bettie Landram leaves this ville, an honor which was justly deserv week for Hyden, Ky., to assist Dr. Mc ed. Lucien Alcorn, better known by Lancaster friends as "Wink", was Donald in evangelical work. made clerk at the same meeting. Col. "V. j. It is reported that By some oversight mention was and family will move to omitted in last issue of the likeness of Jessamine Journal. Miss Mary Welch, which appeared in Mr. John Moss and cousin, Miss the Courier-Journa- l. Miss Welch reColston, visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene sides near Nicholasville and is a frequent visitor to friends in this city. Moss, in Lexington, this week. CENTRAL RECORD. s WH-mo- re Nicho-lasvill- e. See our Paine's Celery Beaut! OF Compound Gives Wall Paper, NEW DESIGNS Best Quality, tow Prices Best spring medicine. It makes the weak strong. We sell and recommend it. R. E. Mc ROBERTS y Have You Hil the (;rii? If you have, you probably need a reWedding the Tho liable medicine like Foley's Honey and Sad nl Event of Dallas, Texas. Tar to heal your lungs and stop the The current issue of "Beau Monde," racking cough incidental to this dislm the leading society paper published in ease. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. desthe West, contains a three-pag- e cription of the marriage of Miss Min- -' first with snowy white satin, and overlaid by a magnfiicent cloth, imported nie May Armstrong, of Capt. F. J. White, of this city, to for the occasion, of Renaissance lace. Mr. Edgar Flippen, of Dallas. It also The sideboard, buffets "and mantelpiece were shrines to the bridal bloscontains several excellent half-ton-e illustrations of the bride, the devia- som and the white breakfast, served tions and bridal party. The wedding in live courses by Bocdeker, introducwas so beautiful and elaborate that we ed the Easter lily in Us frozen creams reproduce the following; which .villbo and ices this exquisite course caUinj of great interest to the many friends forth a round of admiration. The of the lovely little bride- back here in places were marked by great love knots Kentucky who love her for her many of broad white satin ribbon, with the excellent traits, sweet face and charm- personnel done in gold and at each oi the covers laid for the young ladie: ing manners: "No princess of the realm could have were oeauurul loving cups ot mousse lilli looked more to the manor born, or line de crystal set in silver-lea- f been surrounded by a daintier bridal, gree and engraved wan tne undo :. than beautiful Minnie May Armstrong initials and wedding date her favor on Tuesday at high noon, when she to her maids. At her cover a largei was led by Air. Edgar Lucus Flippen one in tne same ncn design was placet. from the garden of girloood into the by Mrs. J. L. A. Thomas'. From these kingdom of wifehood. In iloral scheme the toast "To the Bride" was drank it was a wedding of the lilies; in bri- standing the maids permitting their dal cortege a Gibson picture; and in cavaliers tosip from their love cups. The bride ia not only endowed with tout ensemble, the acme of taste and good form and a triumph of beauty, great beauty of face and form and elegance and style. Happy is wealth charm of manner, but she is a youii; when combined with taste and good lady of rare mentality and musical tal form without effort, and, in this wed- ent that has been developed by tinding, this fact was paramount. The best schools in this country. She is alTho Eagle, King of all Birds. elegant Armstrong home was trans- ways beautifully poised her perfect is noted for its keen sight, clear aud formed for the marriage of its eldest composure and sparkling repartee ad distinct vision. So are those persons daughter into a veritable bower of lil ding much to the pleasure and tone of who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve ies. Two thousand or more of the her wedding. She was truly a "dream for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any peerless white blossoms were used in of loveliness" in her ricli bridal robec f Persian crepe de soie fash kind of granulated lids. Sold at 2octs the decoration. From the llowery McRoberts Drug Store. lm slope of California came Olympian and ioned by Waller after a model by Dou- cet for the Countess deCastelane. The d Callas, as chaste as the "The Garrard Wanner mountains over which they passed, to full princesse train was bordered by In looking through some old records, join in the anthem or jfiastcr lilies French folds of the delicate frabicand circuit clerk Will Hamilton ran across plucked from our imperial state. In draped by a twenty inch flounce of a copy of "The Garrard Banner," a the stately reception hall they bloom- rose applique in peplum etfect caught paper published" by Gen. W. J. Lan ed about the console and staircase and under a deep Vandyke of the folds in dram and Sam'l E. Carey, in 18o0. It fell from di aperies and traceries of the back, and hung over a skirt of contains much interesting matter to smilax strings caught in the carved white taffeta inserted and frilled with real lace. The princesse corsage was older citizens and lots of things also stair rail and through the laid in folds caught into poufs under interesting to younger ones. Ads ap Beaujolais arches. With slender-lea- f aud sleeves the bust and the stock-yok- e pear of "Wm. II. Kinnaird, dry goods, ed palms they Hanked the door-waboots, shoes, etc," "Miller & Reid, entering the suite and formed a white of finely shirred transparent mousse- tinners," "G. F. Sartain, att'yatlaw" and green hedge across the oriel win- line, were draped by a round bertha of and of many other people whose names dow alcove where Carrico's band play the rose point and fastened up, from are familiar. Clerk Hamilton also ed the choicest from its repertoire. stock frill to train niching, in the found a sale bill dated Sept. 1836, The beautiful double Marie Antoin back under tinybowknotsof the crepe. which offered a lot of property and "J) ette salon was disrobed of its Vernis Her veil fell into filmy clouds over her slaves consisting of men, women and Martin cabinets and Louis XVI inlaid snowy gown caught to her boys young and very likely." tables and brocatelles, and transform- trcssei by a superb tiara of diamond.'', ed into an altar-roowith a great and over her arm she carried a shower IN LOVING ItliniU.TIBKANCK shower of lilies falling from a cobweb bouquet of Bridal lilies. Her maids Ol' Mrs. Elizabeth McKvo Smith, who of asparagus fern woven by the florist all carried companion lilies, the favor Died April 18, 1808. over the frescoe across the bow win- of the groom, and the groomsmen wore ' boutonniers of the dow end of the room. Twelve long months have passed, dear "As the first notes of the bridal cho- bride's favor. Miss Johnctta wore a Mother, . rus from "Lohengrin," sent through "darling" little gown by Snow of Since you was taken away the house with exceeding sweetness white taffeta frou froued with kiss For always; O, dear one, I miss you, o by the rare voice of ruchings and veiled by an. overdress Always will to your memory be true. Miss Kate Schneider, accompanied by )f white point d'esprit scrolled in Miss Clark, the ribbons across the front white curled ribbon the ribbon formI loved her, no tongue can tell ing spiral bowknots for the Infanta How much I loved her, and how well. arch of the altar-roowere lifted and waist yoked and sleeved with shirred God loved her too and he thought best Rt. Rev. Garrett, Bishop of 'Dallas, chiffon." and Dean Stuck, of Saint Matthews To take dear Mother home to rest. Coughed 25 years. Cathedral, entered in high nuptial Death has robbed me of my Mother, I suffered for 25 years with a cough, robes and took their places in the lily- Whom I loved and. cherished dear, cloistered window. As the sweet notes and spent hdndreds of dollars with It was Mother, yes, dear Mother, ' lost themselves among the lilies, Car- - doctors and for medicide to no avail can not help but drop a tear. I rico sent forth the inspiring strains of until i used Dr. Bell's Often from my heart comes a bitter Mendelssohn, and just as the groom It has saved my life, J. C. Roscll. cry, McRoberts Drug entered through tho front arch at Grantsburg, 111. Why, oh, why should my Mother die? tended by his best man and brother, Store. lm. Then comes the answer, so solemn and Mp. Wir. H. Flirpan, the library dcors deep; were drawn back by ribbon girls and BLOWING HIS OWX HORN. "Child, your Mother is but asleep." the bridal party came through a cur Mi . MtODY IIahden tain of smilax and lilies and proceeded to the altar through the lily lane. The Lung Irritation. first to enter were two pretty childIs the forerunner to cousumpison. ren, Master John Matthews an:l LouDr. Bell's will cure it, ise Carter, bearing two great white and give such strength to the lungs satin cushions, monogrammed in gold that a cough or a cold will not settle and set with jewels. Uppn one lay there. Twenty-fiv- e cents at McRob the wedding ring and on the other, erts Drug Store. lm "The Marriage Vow," according to the Episcopal faith, bound in white satin Colored Recruit. and monogrammed in gold. Follow The War Department has wired Lt ing the cushion bearers came the W. T. Johnston, recruiting officer at and groomsmen al Lexington, ivy;, to enlist colored ap ternating in couples. plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser After the usual crush of congratula vice, sending the former to Fort Grant, Arizona, and the latter to FortDout. tions, liveried waiters entered baring , lass, Salt Lake - an Elite cream, cake and nunch colla City. This isanexceilent opportunity for young colored tion for the guests, and the bride and "I beard you sing, but where I sal men to get into the reeular Armr. grcom led their attendants under a Recruit for white Infantry and Caval canopy of ferns and lilies into the I could not see you." "Ah. that was unfortunate you had ry regiments are also wanted. Apply dining-roowhere a bridal table of Ally JjlEUT. W. X. JOHNSTON. IO regai Deauny ana spienaor greeted the frame without the picture." MO-t- f Main St. Lexington, Ky. them. It was a great round one laid Slopcr. A BIULMANT Fllpiicn-Armstro, grand-daughtlily-whi- te snow-cappehand-carved d mezzo-soprany. maids-ln-waitin- g " . McC JOHNS 10X. J01IX T. JO;iiSTON JOHN Se e ouo - & JOENSTOH Civil Engineers and Surveyors, LANCASTER, KY. . re hies taw ?1 BroBs:M to Lancaster. SqsIk Jxo.T.IIays. Tin X J.I.irAMjLTo.v. Hap, Hamilton & SoWbeod, Eaglo mart-- : It', hands liigh and lias breeder. He is nruved hiiir.sylf a known as ibr (.'aliaway horse of Madi-v)i- i. Me will makv ilu? present season of JN.'U at Kv old home place 5 mile Ftll Lie', puce and u miles rrom Ry old DnMiuon and VANDERBILT. out of a Gray :;d mi Leavll Point at Attorneys ami Counselors ;it LANCASTER, KY. L;uv. $5TQLWRS ALIYra&COLT Monev diu wlion the fact is ascertained or mart parted with. Lein retained on cult for season money. "Will Turnpike ITotice. XoMee is li civen tliat a meftliiir of the t r & 1'Ix river Tmm-ikCo.. will le C, lie!l at the lion ,l:ri.i!jf. on lv. ;it'J o'clocic a. ji . to elect a Hoard oi to serve the eiwielnn yertr. LtiM'iid also stand the tine Jack, WALTER at same place and terms. He is 15 hands high and proved lnmseii a goou breeder. AV. L. LAWSON, Lancaster, Ky. John U. Millkk. President f 493 - Tun NEW its CAPITAL ;i33,000.00 ) ) LIVERY. I have purchased the Wal . J SURPLUS, 20,000.00 ker stable and am prepared to furnish the I.AKCASTEll, K3l. JsM-JA. R. Desny. President. J'0. E. Stokmes. Vice President. Vey Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. S.C.Dejjhy, - Wu.n.KiSKiRD, Cashier. J. F. Robinson. Je, Ass't RICE BENGE Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embbt W. H. HOSHAL & C0.3 DIRECTORS Commission Merchants, Jas SpUmaii, Alex. R. Denny. A.C.Robinson. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson! Jno. E Stormes. Barn I.D.Cockran, OatfSe.H Gs,Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS, MIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. - - - CINCINNATI, O. regardinglive stock cheerGarrard Lodge No. 29, Knigbst information fully furnished. Consign your stock diof Pythias, meets every Friday rect to us. 'Phone 7346 Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g night in Y S. BEAZiiEY, Knights are fraternally invit ed. Ed Bishop, C. C. Teeth extrncted without pain with Vitalized Air. 0fflc In J. S. Haseldex, K.R.& S he New Thompson Buildinjr. Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at Or- - It S, fully G--HT- ES' Warranted and Excels all others. AUKiu dsFarm Machinery AlwaysonHand ' Hfcni ' g From 7...' rw J- Mis. "$8 Naylor Is quite ill this" wrl Mesdams Irene Pretisln, LucyFolger ine ocanng of "Preston are ting. children is not Tsettie Preston, Mary The creat rcmidy for nerrous and all (lipases of tho tck Turner had a nice young such a very seon the sick list. . Stl.3LfWt'gfigf oretina cither sex, such as Nervous JL'ro." ration. I all.-- " cr Lost SLui'iocd. rious ordeal to usa muJHo die Saturday Mr. L. D. Mitchell ott&Nied a school of Tobjcco or ODiutn. which lead to Consmzmtion anil Inui'iiT. With every the woman who oFTPR lirin S5 order rs rnaracteo to cut - or refund tin cjonry. Sold at 81.00 ner bat Jf: W. Saunders sold to Alex. is prepared. If Uaifiy, c Doses for SS.OO. IJIJ. mo at Seotts Fork Monday, ve wish him re's CUiaSSCAL CO., CievelandVbfcioI VY,aiifdl , a bunch of Jiogs at $3.25 per much success. Pr. J. W. Jennings has loyft to-:- at Mr. L. M. Crutchfield visited has nunnr d. is under treatment of Lid Doolirt 8, Friend Hid is m tlm i Lock Tso. We i .arry a ling of Carpets andJIat-ting- s that wonderfulbrother inlaw 3Ir. John White oj nss Claud Arnold was elected S'im- - Nicholas vi lie Sunday and Mxmday. He lu s teen ! ; nt t.lisit nlr.ee ly soothing and in stock ready for immediate day school delegate to attend the ounrelaxing liniin poor Health for quite awhile. , at Lurgin last MissErsula Simpson of Buckey who delive ry. Logan Dry Goods Co. i fcrence ment, be faithwhich beui Lev-e- l of Point Leavt-1- i Tin i farmers have, taken advantage fully used durB. P. Swope, is with her grandmother, Mrs S. "W AI Mrv, Sunday Monday night, and Mrs. Anderson, spent Sunday with liQiofz or. uie pretty weather of last week ing the period mid was accompanied by John Francis j church delegate. of preenancv. folks. and liave a great deal of their plowing there will be little morning sickness ot (niiov. t.f llvattsvili", l Air. Montgomery and Miss Ida The Charlie Boy visited us agfiu done- nervousness, the critical hour-wil- l on uie iom be rewtimi AV..t. (if vour city, attend Dunking, were married The marriage of Mr. Steve Walker lieved of much pain, and labor will be Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to ;uo iajuh last week with a load of freight and; Sunday school here Sunday aner;, bv P.ev. KinUead. as uiey brief. Recuperation will be rapid, and cd Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and frinnrls of t,ha WlltCr, ' Olir UChli took back a load of sand and the- Falls 'and Mrs. Mattie Hicks, was solemnizall will be avoided. , noon 1"" City was also here Sunday morning. ed at the bride's home on Poor Ridge connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Sold by druggists for $1 a bottle. wishes so with them, ana may peauu, SEND FOR OUR PHEE BOOK OS THE SUBJECT. Gardening is in full" blast, in fact happiness and prosperity attend them Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service T. L. Saunders sold to Banks Hud pike last Wednesday afternoon, at 3 THE BRADITELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. all kind of work to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and son his crop of hemp at $4.50 per hun o'clock, Rev. G. W. Thompson, officifarmers arc getting in women, in their future lite, is our wish. San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. since winter broke and the dred, and also his crop of hemp seed at ating. This being the second time for "While looking over some old papers SCHOOL AND CHURC& no.l bless them, they are doing their The Train Service is per $2.50 which he has delivered at Lan both bride and jrroom to enter the ?miamV in the post ofiice at this place, a copy iimuwiuuujiu car. we wisn tnem a fect in detail. Fast sched-- ! pari, in sweeping the yards, putting of the Central lusniucivy owa was caster. According to recent statistics tll.1; ules, 24 hours to Jackson i Messers J. W., C.-- S. and F. F. Sand- long and pleasant; journey. July 10, 1S73. b. W gathered re found, dated from all denominations, ville, 54 hours the dirt, as one man was heard to Mr. Mich Lane and wife visited rel church membership in the in your town ers, N. T. Grow and L. D. Mitchell Hcdger Knited mark. Cincinnati to at, that time, and your present post visited friends and relatives in Jessa- atives near Marksbury, Saturday and States is increasing more rapidly than Havana. TW. on the 13 inst. of consumption master. AV. T. West, was teaching his mine Saturday night and Sunday, and Sunday Mrs. Lurie Land, of Chap-pe- l, the population. i'.V.C. His orson jsUtSMniACO Vffi5?kLV B. . ., To.il er. 1 ie was a jnember of visited her aunt, Mrs. Em. Grow, Stxitistics have been c;iven:oncernini? G.P.A., school in Madison county, and attended preaching at Little Hickman. church, and was a kiiid Cincinnati. I the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. the parents of the students in our de mnnr t.thor hit prestinc" items were Hemp has surely taken a boom at a part of last week and father. Ho 11. ...J v....l Invinsr husband Willie, Raneyand Mrs. George Grow, nominational colleges, showing the found in the Sews. Judson as the correspondent reported attended of them to be professing leaves a widow, and one chad, vim the burial of Morton Tcater, visiting her week before last-- ana l aiso niaice a His remains Mrs. TTannah Sweney is will grjatly mi&s hin at Chappel, last Friday.... Mr. and Christians United Presbvterian. mil rw, ,1111 I correspondent buy Mrs. The Methodistcliurch in Canada is in Mrs. Dora Moore move that the ware interred in the Ch.ir.ei cemetery, father. J. C. Poor A. D. Ford spent last Wednesday goat hide before augurating a fire insurance business to ias.u nwitle his two children, who had gone of Burgm, visited relatives nero Bur-gi- n Master Charles Grows in your town Mr. Longie Sherrow it is worn thread bare, as there is so and wife, of Toddville, visited their take risks only on churches and par on before, one a bright little boy, died Sunday.... Jim King visited m sonages. The profits Monday.... Miss Alice Dunn, of much talk about it, it. will not be aunt, Mrs. Mat Turner, Saturday and fund for superannuated will go to the .since Christinas. His many friends ministers. deepest Danville, is visiting lier sister, Miss worthless. Sunday tender to his family their Several of the men of this A petition in favor of closing all sa Aiitii.T Miss Hallic Hamilton was Mr. Charles White left this week vicinity, attended the republican con- loons all 'day on Sunday in England sympathy. guest of her sister, Mrs. Atha with his 250 walnut logs which he had vention at Lancaster, Saturday has been signed by 4,000 clergymen, rep On the 17 inst death again visited the Sunday.... Mrs. John Ballard bought from different parties in this Mr. Geo. Woner, of Lancaster, visited resenting the Presbyterian, Baptist, and claimed another of our worthy Dunn, us Congregational and Methodist churches Mrs. Hills, Sun them in raft far as visited e.tiens, Uncle Thornton Anderson, day, andher mother, preaching at uns vicinity. He took Mr. Sherdianas is go- G. G. Grow, Sunday. of that country. attended High bridge and had Cuts, wounds, burns, sprains and s hn t:if. familiarlv known. lie Episcopal The Tennessee had place. . . .The Misses McCiure, vt jrai ing to convey them up the cliff and bruises qujekly heal if you apply Bal conference has a Methodist reached the age of 08 years, and "Conference SisterOrchard, were the guests of Mrs. Dr. Mr. White will ship his logs from lard's Snow Liniment. Price, 25 cts. been sick very little in his life, until hood." The institution fee is 25 cents. Dr. Elliott's lit- there to Cincinnati, and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm and on the death of a member each surabout G weeks ago when la grippe at- Elliott, last week.... been quite sick is vivor pays one dollar. The membership We think every one ought to come tacked him, and settled on his lungs. tle son, who has this writing..,. Mrs. down and try our new gravel roads. consists of the wives and widows of the He was conscious to the last, recogniz- much better at wii! visit her daughter, The great mud hole just across the Tennessee preachers. ed and conversed with every one who Mag Ilogan Lexington, no.vt creek on pike has be'on tilled up with The English correspondent of the A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of came in his loom. He realized his Mrs. Wolford, in INTERNAL and One and two horse Black nawk corn Episcopal Uecorder says that n crushed rocks and a heavy coat of gravel planters for sale at J. C. Scott's. condition, but said lie was not afraid week. Methodist ministers are a long- EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. By allowing the accumulations in put on. The pike leading to the river to die. Burial at Buckeye cemetery, Mrs. S. A. Spoonamore bought a lived class. Only 30 out of 2,000 home The bereaved the bowels to remain, the entiresystem is also graveled, we have good prospecTuesday afternoon. cow at the C. F, Yeagor sale last workers died during the last year. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FA 'LED. milk window and children have the sym- is noisoiicd. PeWitfs Little Early ts of better roads now. And of this number seven were septuaSaturday. Price, $30. TU3ES, 3Y fVlAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. Bisers regulate tiic bowels. Try them genarians and live octogenarians." pathy of the community. Mises Mattie and Pearl Sadler, enStrawberry plants are in bloom, and JAMES F. BALLARD, Sc!a ProprIafo?3 - - 310 Esrtb Main Street, ST. LOUIS. MO. The ecumenical conference on for Even the most vigorous and hearty and you will always use thorn. a number of their young tertained the prospects are good for a large crop eign missions, to De neiu in .ev iorK Stormes Drug Store, "people have at times a feeling of weak- lm friends at their home last Sunday of the delicious fruit. April 21 to May 1, 1000, will be one of ness and lassitude. To dispel this Missers John Lane and Tom nicks Mrs. Fay Cunningham has rented the largest and most representative asfeeling take Herbine: it wjll impart vis.tcd relatives at Back creek Sunday. semblies of Christians ever held. It is f e it vigor and vitality. Price. SO cents, ..,.Mr, John Davis has moved his to Jack 4son, of color, 25 acres of land expected that at least 3.C00 delegates C. C. & S. E. Stormes. lm family to Madison.... Misses Jewell to be cultivated in corn. will be In attendance, and that nearly Mrs. John L. Wylie is very low with It is reported by good authority that all the missionary societies in the world consumption, and death is expected at and Betrice Sanders visited their Mrs. Rebecca Scott, we are to have another business house will be represented. Only Protestant any hour. almost Christianity will participate. greeted in our village soon. wijok. Messrs. Addison Hendrickson and last Ehrlioh, who for the past differThe farmers are getting along nice 87 Ilerman has conducted a mission for T. L. Sanders has bought; of Mrs. Margaret Sutton has been Newt Todd, who are attending school years suffering with grip the past week, but at Georgetown, came home on their ent parties about one hundred and ly with their work this week. Some the Jews of Whitechapel. London, says barrels of corn at 1,15 and few have begun to plant cov-nis tome better at this writing. that the Zionist movement has taken wheels Saturday and returned on seventy-fiv- e 81.25 per barrel and has erected a new ' The wheat crop in this and sur bold of the Jews in a most miraculous Bev. V.T. M. Kuykendall ofTered his Tuesday. crib with a largo shed on rounding neighborhoods is looking way. And at n recent meeting of the resignation at Saturdays church meet-- ! Mrs. Amanda Moore, of Illinois, is to store the corn, reasonably well, considering the hard ironist in the East end over G.C00 Jews ing. We hope the church will not ac- attending the bedside of her mother, each side met together to hear something of the cept it, but will recall him, for we re- Mrs. E. J. Wallace, who continues ve the new building Improves the looks freezes it had to undergo through the land of their fathers, and the enthusi Office, National Bank and his estimable fam- ry low, wtih but little probability of of the place very much. He has also winter. gret to see him asm was so great that during an adbeen stretching the American steel ily leave. Mr. Marshall Scott, who hasbeen en dress an aged Jew cried out: "Our recovery. wire fencing which he says works like gaged in the farming business with his feet shall stand within thy gates, O Mrs. Joe Hendrickson is spending the Tliey overcome "WeakThe drought, which has already last advises all who have brother for several years, is talking of Jerusalem!" week with friends and relatives in ed for nearly a week, does not sopm to a charm, and he ness, irregularity and engaging in the general merchandise Hughes and wife have discouraged our fanners in the fencing to do to buy this kind. omissions, increase vigMr. Ben Pineville FOREST DENUDATION, or and banish "pains you are interested in horses, 3'ou business in the near future. If of near Lancaster, spent Sunday with least: but on the contrary they are go of menstruation." They are "L.IFI3 SAVERS" to girls at their mother, Mrs. Margaret Sutton. ing ahead at their work with greater should subscribe tot the American Mr. and M.rs. John Jackson, qf Bur future Generations Belns Robbed by Mmuiiuuuu, .uuiiiij development 01 organs anu cotly. No Ky. The gin, visited known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life Eastern Mills ot Valuable Mr. Robt. Humphreys and wife rapidity than at any time this spring. Stock Farm, Lexington, her mother, Mrs. Sarah becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PEIt BOX 15 Y MAIL. Sold sePdssetislong. price is $2.00 per year, but you can spent Sunday with their parents, i5r. Mrs, Spoonamore, last Sunday by druggists. DE. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland. Ohio. Rev. Geo. Hendrickson. vi-- for two J. C. Boner and wife. Mrs. Humph- years lias been pastor at the new Bap cure it from now until January 1, 1000 Elizabeth Lane is visiting her One of the most important master Mr. for $1.0!), jf you will mention this pa daughter in Lexington, this week reys will spend several weeks under consideration before the joint here, tendered his resig- per when writing. niar30tf Tlieo Dunn and wife, and little son, tist church Saturday, Rufiis Ransdall, of Harrodsburg, vis high commission, for the adjustment of but we are not nation last Iiii-nItobert, of Paris, Ky., attended servi- informed as to l'oint ot lew. ited the family or Wm. Chrjstopher Questions' between the United States whether it was acceptNothing Escapes I!er. K'Jlcn" may do very well ces at the Fork Sunday, and visited Col and Canada is that which concerns the "Silence Jswho the latter part oflast week For folks ed or not. He preached for them the have stcrets shey'd rather She's such a desperate little flirt Mr. Siiiicon Parks and wife, near James L. McMurtry, has returned to preservation of our forests, not tell, That t believe she'd try left no further following day but The situatipn i critical, and, is grow-p- g Cut If you have ROO'i3 that you desire to Mr. Newton (Irow, wife To get up a flirtation with Mrs, BiJlie Pyohoysc lias pneunip his home in Pqlley's Bend, from a bus sel!. A in the sky. worse year by year. The destrucand son Will, of Pleasant Hill, and" iness trjp in Jcssamjuo county, Judge. tion of our forests to provide material Vou'll find U more "golden" to stand uj "Jim Al" Wallace, our migratory uia. David Loiran. of Decatur. HI., were :u:d yell. for pulp and sawmills in the four states L. A. W. nulletln. Ben Kennedy sold 12 hogs to G. A. the pleasant guests of their cousin, "man of leisure" came in Sunday, af- To the North. of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and TIMETABLES. ter an absence of about 11) months. at 3ic. Mr. Wm. Long and wife, last week. Xot Cutitleit to It. The Queen and Crescent Route has New York is going on at the rate of During his absence lie spent more J. IT. Thompson sold 50 hogs Mr. inaugurated a service of observation 1,700 square miles per annum. Forest "Jlo wants a divorce," said the D. Bridge, editor and proprietor than a year in Missouri, took in the K. C. i; ranch. J. "Ijecaust; tie says Lis wife refuses Poor for 31c. 11 cars on the famous Blue Grass Vesti- fires in various parts of the country, of the Democrat, Lancaster, Mixed, passes Lancaster 11 :1 j to cook for him." Omaha Exposition and returned to sod 70 hogs to S. Mor- bule between Cincinnati and Lexing according to the figures of tlig agriJ. S. saj's: I would not be without One Jessamine county about four months Mixed, " " "He's hot entitled to it," replied the at, Washington, r. ton, Free Parlor cars an,d Queen and cultural depa,rtrnpnt amounting in dyspeptic partner. "Xo man i&entithju Minute Cough Cure for my boy when ago. His many friends here are glad gan for $3.35. sause an tihnual loss Paas'gr ' Alnh. Arnold sold to B. F. Robinson Crescent Standard Vestlbuled day inoney value to $20,000,000. The geo- to a divorce unless his wife insists upon troubled with a couirh or cold. It is to see hhn again. Xorth-b'n' 12:29 jl .it coaches. 4 trains daily to Cincinnati graphical survey reports that the cooking when she can't." Chicago the best remedy for croup I ever used For cough and colds there is no med- 15 hogs at 31c. with close connection with all trains Stormes Drug Store. level of our important lakes and Tost. lm icine so effective as Coussen's Honey We had a show to stop here for three north. Queen & Crescent Route. rivers is steadily declining. The yiQ' of Tar. It is the ideal remedy. Price, days last week. Our Social Distinction.. Queen and Crescent trains are with lence and destructive cjirautev of PASSES DANVILLE. 50 cents. "Why do you hold that .Miss I'crken-han- i 25 cents and Will Elm.prp sold a horse to Richa:d out a peer in the South. 17 miles freshet. ?iiow a marked increase, and NORTH BOUND. fais not your C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Robinson, for $25. jn those streams furnishing water ther is one of social equal? Her in Xnmber 10 (Dally except Sunday). ...6:W a. m shortest line, unequalled train service The farmers are very busy plowing. tlie wealthiest men Flem Cummins sold a horse W. C. Rinearson, General Passenger power for manufacturing purposes the this part of the country, isn't he?" Uncle Xuiaber Daily, Stop l: p.ra Tvf Pointer's baby is very sick alternation of flood and drought causes to MiltGrason for $25. "Yes; but my parents were married Number (Dally) Flag Agent. 3:56 a. m with brain fever. alarm for the future availability of this by a minister. Hers were joined by a Number 2 (don't stop) J. P. Rogers sold a nice mare to Mr. .tGp. ia great industrial resource. "Two Sweetliourta offline." justice Charlie Graves bought John Gibson's Chicago Daily The school at Beazley's school-hous- e Edwards for $75 cash. Jliglit here in New England we have Xews. of the peace." SOUTH BOCND. This son t; was received by us from the pub crop of tobacco for 3c per lb. very good is progressing nicely, with Capt.-W- . M. Bingham, of Pineville, Ushers n few (jays ago, aud the melody and come of the most striking, instances of Number 1 (don't stop) llia.in. W. II. Furr sold a horse to John A attendance. words were so melodious and pretty that we the impending peril of forest destrucltMitlcal. was here last week on business. 3unday)....ll:l.".a.m. can not help but reprint the chorus for our tion. In Maine all of the townships ao Gibson for $50. He also sold a load man stand round Number5 ((Daily except Sunday) "I hate to see sprained his back Mr. W. L. Lawson a 7:35 p.m. ' James Miller, who has been sick for readers : cessible by. large rivers have been en- talking politics," said Senator Sorg- Number Dully except of corn to Mr. Smith for $1.50 per bbl Thursday, by lifting too much. His Numbers (Midnight flay) H:U p. m CHORUS. some time, is able to be out ngain,- tirely denuded of their valuable timber. hum. There will be preaching at Good injuries are not serious, and we hope One has hail of silvery gray, Jn New Hampshire the state forestry "But I've heard you talk politics nope next Saturday and Sunday by he will soon be out again. J. B. Hutchins has beon gone to the Tho other just like gold, commission predicts the exhaustion of yourself," remonstracd the friend. Chesapeake and Ohio Kallway. mountains several days on business. One Is gay and youthful the nahtor, Rev. J. A. Pike, of of the state the entire forest resources "Never. I wasn't talking politics. I Lv. Lexington, daily 11 5 a. m. anda it) r.M Mrs. O, B. Perkins spent Sunday While tae other's bent and old. 12 years, and this means not only was talking business." within Mrs. Washington Ar. Washington, " .... 6:Ij " with her mother at Rowland Everything new and stylish in Lad3:10 But dearer than life are both to me, a commercial waste, but the destrucStar. And from ueithcr would I part, ii you have piles cuke them. Xo R. E. Thompson is visiting her moth- ies fine Oxfords. Logan & Robinson. Philadelphia. 10i ' " 7a& " tion of the scenic beauty which renders One Is my mother, God bless her I love her Oscar use undergoing horrible operations er this week in Mt. Vernon The Vropcr Place. 12:10 noon 9:03 " "New York, John Cress has bought from John that state attractive to visitors from all The other Is my sweetheart. 'Twas not beneath the mistletoe th it simply remove the results of the lliatt, of Wallaceton, spent Monday JJaylpr, Jr., his piece of land here for .... 80 r.M. " 7:15a.m- "Boston, country. In Vermont the I klssei) my darling rose. This song complete, words and music, wil parts of the disease without disturbing tSie disease and Tuosday with relatives at Sweevvas not beneath the mistletoe, $250 cash. be sent to any address for 20 cents In silver or timber supply has already been so far Tli rough sleepers, to New York from Lex in ytut right beneath the nose. itself. Place your confidence in De ney Herbert Hall and wife, of Linhjuqu. dereduced as hardly to meet-thMrs. Green who has beqn teaching a stamps, by the Gkoene Music Publishing mand. New York hps in N. Y. Evening Journal. (ou. John G. Cramer Ticket Ageut, .exington Pitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It has coln; spent Sunday with relatives at subscription school tome degree Co., 32 E. Fifth Street, Cincinnati, O. Ky. at this place, is (iwakcued to the impending danger, never failed to cure otiieks; it will not this place mSCKETlO.V, Miss Sarah Holtzclaw f and steps have been taken to save someKentucky' Dead at Clilckamausa fail to cure you. home Saturday from an ex down with fever. returned Stormes Drug Store. lm tended visit to relatives at Cincinnati No oraver men ever fell. The Com- thing of what is left by prohibiting the Bro. Mahona has resigned the pas You Are Going North, of timber on certain large Mr. Jens Brown, of Stanford,spent torate of the Baptist church here, his monwealth has honored them by the cutting Charlie Murray, who hasbeen spendtracts for a period of years .sufficient resignation will take effect in June. erection of a magnificent monument. to allow a new growth by reserving the You Are Going South, ing a few days in Lexington, has re Sunday with Mr. W. II. Brown. A I.le for 50c, Wm. Campbell and wife, turned Born, to the wife of John McKenzie, The Goverrfcr and his Staff, state offi great Adirondack park and by making You Are Going East, Many people have been cured of Kid- the 16th, a fine girl, all doing well ex cials, citizens and friends will partici liberal appropriations for the purchase visited her sister, Mrs. Jake Clouse, Sunday J. H. Miller and family ney Diseases by taking a 50c bottle of cept the father, he has not got out pate in its dedication Wendesday.May by the state of other forest lands threatened with denudation. 3rd. Rates on the Queen & Crescent You Are Going West; spent Sunday at Mrs. Florence Corm- - Foley's Kidney Cure. C. C. & J. E yet. Hereabouts we have seen the melan-phol- y Route one fare for the round trip.May Stormes. lm ney's. results of forest destruction in We have had some beautiful days. 1st and 2nd, good to May 6th, return MMCHMC llCKm VU TMC he deterioration of the water power of So people have their gardens made and ing. In the Mfirriroao apd- - other vivera. farmers are getting ready to plant Georgia dedicates her monument Pennsylvania the stripping of the tim' com- y May 2nd, Kentucky May 3rd, Illinois ber from the watershed of the Schuyliir. donn rayne, or lieoanon, was May 4th. Let all Kentuckians go.and kill river has forced the city of Philavisiting his mother here, some days swell her representation on this great delphia to seek a new source of water ago Will Land, was here one day day. Remember one fare for theoundr supply. In New Hampshire the state report that the present First- hoy (in distance) Say, Jim, Mrs. Mary Elmore, who trip yia The Queen & Crescent Route, commissioners last week methods of lumbering, if continued, dere's de kid we come down to lick. has been visiting relatives here has QUEEN & CRESCENT. will entail unfortunate scenic, climatic Second Boy Well, let's wait, dere'a am acevna returned to her home at Jellico. . . . ond economic results, Injuring the no hurry. 34 Y. World. IiOwRate. Hattie Cummins is attending the National Convention Union Keform health, property and occupation of all Miss The Maximum Safety, Hla Harvpftt Time. district Conference at Burgin this Party of Ohio, Cincinnati, O., March citizens, impairing the industrial develThe Ice man's now endoavertng opment of the. state and rendering inweek.?..W. F, Gross will leave for With his usual cupidity. The Maximum Annual Convention National Ameri termittent the flow of rivers which are,! To gather gold by severing Missouri this week. can Woman's Suffrage Association. most important taagriculture and manWich aqueous frigidity. Catholic Standard and Tlmis. Mothers! Beware of those secret Grand Ilapids, Mich.. April 27, to May ufacture. Boston Post, The Maximum Comfort, robbers of your baby's quiet and The Spoils or Offlce. Society Sons of the Ameri National Ethel Did Will seem to be nervous health. Those sleepless nihts and can Eevolution, Detroit, Mich, May 1, The Minimum Mr. Smith Well, Mia, I've got my Rates. When he proposed to you? long hours of tiresome vigil are caused 1899. appointment at last. I'm to be postFrances I don't know. The janito'r master. by thoso terrible enemies of childhood American Library Association Con Kates, Time and all etkeriBlenMtfeawfll had let the steam go down, and I His Wife Won't that be nice? Now 1899, worms, Destioy and remove them vention, Atlanta, ua., May be cheerful y furnished by u G. Annual R. of c,Uu, postaee stamDs at wJiole with White's Cream! of Vermifuge. Tennessee, Encampment Tenn., AMay 10, coujob i i.e.i ueiucrbecause it naa got we can-or merely shivering Rockwood, C. ATMOM. . p. itt Price, 25 cents. C. C. & J. E. Stormea. u. eyy. rom points in Tennessee. i 19 cold, Chicago Evening Newt, AH Parts of Garrard, g 3a - Be Prepared! Wr w&i Mother's ?I1I iff! w aaaf&yil IvIcBoberts' Drug Store. Florida Havana - after-dange- tii-s- t J four-fifth- s, niw AB TO MANKmm '&ysr P9 WK PILE Buena Vista. "Wes-leya- STORMES DRUG STORE. Be on ie sale aide and T n grand-mothe- r. . rat-pro- Insure your Tobacco. R. KINNIARD PENNYROYAL MOTT'S PIUS McRoberts' Drug Store, Fsachersville. rain-bea- u law-j'c- r, South-b'n- North-b'n- Xorth-b'n- d low-wat- latwoodi Sweeney. G 1 Brod-hea- e If If If GOING DOWN HILL. Peopl e sufferine from Kidney Diseas- es, feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality. They should lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure, a Guaranteed Preparation. of ofSpd, -- of of 0, STORMES DRUG STOKE tour tj J"'