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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class Matter Q O 1CJ 11 1 J I P jf V J IIi i I T NrH YEAR NUX HER a r r 4 12 enttut LOUE3 LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APRI H L1l L We have Line of Negligee Shirts YES II DEEDOOOOOC the Swellest t r you ever saw or will see at BOcts 1 and 150 made in Every Style at tached and detached collars and cuffs Ev ry color shade and ever r F pattern that uptodate Nice line o and Colored Puff Bosom Silk Shirts at 150 We are the people to interview if your Need Shirts is White f SPRING HEADGEAR as we do we have estsblished relations direct with the tuers Thus Saving for the patrons of our house the average 25 per cent profit of the Jobbers from whom alone the ordinary re tailer must buy his goods Our 100 Hat is a world beater We have all the latest Styles Shapes in Stiff Hats Soft Hats Straw Hats and Crash Hats and will save you 25 per cent on evey Hat you buy of us Come and see for yourself A special line of Boys and Childi ens Clothing at prices that stump all competition A Base Ball Cap and Belt given free with each Suit from 250 up Handling Hats and Headgear Generally in great Quantities Man fac ant Lo Robinsons See them be fore you place your order for Machines Col W G Welch Stanford W J Williams WELCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster 7- HI business attended to promptly Champion Champion Cut Mowers J R HASULBENI Lancaster I Era i D mZLEYBAUHMAH FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMINGa SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster y n 1 M r g LOCAL HAPPENINGS 5 nfnffrnnnfnrnnTin nf n u All 1 111iP9tP lIE 1UlUJ1UG111 dU1J161l11lU1l JIUI dlUd1111J1 lIIdl1 Lovely Crepons at Josephs First degree work at K P lodge Ladies see the pretty Dimities at Josephs Joseph has a beautiful line of Ging hates Madras Piques and Lawns Late styles of sash buckles 25c up THOMPSON the Jeweler Buggy and Surrey harness very cheap W J ROMANS Highest price in cash or trade for your Eggs at T Currey is If you want a good saddle cheap see J R HASELDEN Dr Seimaro Kubota at Court House Tuesday May 9th ap272t Our Carpets and Matting will aston ish you R L Jennings Co Paint Lick We have the prettiest line of Shoes and Clothing in Paint Lick R L Jennings Co Closing out our flower seed Ver low prices for two weeks J C THOMPSON WANTED 10000 pounds of Wool Highest market S H B Nfotncott Waited Car Iron and Bones H B North Prettiest line of Spring and Sum mer Dress Goods in Upper Garrard R L Jennings Co Paint Lick ever seen in Lancaster Prices are rock bottom ROMANS S D Merritt who has been running the electric light plant has taken a job with the plant at Richmond Wes Zanone is now running the machinery to a queens taste Clipping Horses neatly clipped by a just Price 150 Have your horse clipped and it will help his appearance 100 per cent ap27tf AUNOLD HAMILTON tonight f fens price cotto BuggiesSurries WJ machine J C new received r 7 Hear the lecture on Japan May 92t Before selecting your Parasol see the pretty ones at Joseph Our Ladies Slippers are beauties R L Jennings Co Paint Lick A No 1 Milk Cow for saleT Will give for eggs this Machine Needles and Oil J C TrifotgsoN Large line of whips and lap dusters- J R HASELDEN Harness harness harness at low J R HASELDEN We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley Co Carpets in the roll J A Beazley Co The City Council meets Monday night Go tell em your troubles they never hear any kicking Fancy Clover and Hay sold and delivered anywherein town GS Gaines Building Lots If you want to buy nice Building Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres cheap T CURREY ngton street Possession given im mediately J W SWEENEY Good lioctar It is regretted that more of our did not attend the lecture by Mrs Barker Monday night It was one of the best ever given in town Protracted Meeting Rev Massce is conducting an inter is a fluent speaker and a mighty good- man TneKestoa ta Itairket Hoosier Corn Plante Brown Johnston Roller Barring Disc Harrows Deering Bindw Mow ers i i Cv Curre cts 9 dozen week II R1nCOTT prices Post up on history by hearIng Dr Kubota at Court House Tuesday evening flay 9ap272t people schoolhouse Cultivators and s B N a belonging G S Antes For Rent The large Lodge Room over Post office Will make good offices Call on W T West or W McC Johnston for particulars W O Bradley Rev Faulcouer Rev Henry Faulconer will conduct prayer meeting at the Baptist tonight lIe will also preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Take your old Buggy Phaeton Road Wagon mid Surrey to W J Romans and have them made new we are turning out the best work ever done in Lancaster W J ROMANS Notice to Creditors All those having claims against the estate of Mrs Catharine Leavell decd will please present them proven to J C Hcmphill Adnir or Wm Herndon ap20 Barred Plyinothro k I have a tine pen of the above and will sell at 50 cents per setting of 15 They are medium size splendid layers and mature Leave orders at McRoberts Drug Store tf R W McRoberts Another Battlb Ron Shooting Saturday night while Spencer was handling a revolver on Battle Row the weapon was accidentally discharg ed The ball struck Sam Royston in the leg and made a very painful wound Sam will not die but his sufferings are great Masonic Meeting Lancaster Lodge 104 F A M will work in the Fellow Craft degree this Thursday evening at 7 oclock All brethren asked to be present The lodge has so much work on hand that it has become necessary to hold called meetings New Stand We are now in our new building corner Crab Orchard and Campbell streets better prepared than ever to furnish Flour in exchange for wheat Farmers bring on your grain and get a good turnout of flour second in to none in the state POTTS Bnos Pay Your School Tax The Garrard Circuit Court has that the Lancaster Graded School is on a legal basis and that the school tax must be paid an paid at once levies and sales will be made By order of the Board of Trustees E W Harris Collr Next Henry and John Duncan have their shops and are now in the old stand over Powells store Public Square and Lexington street Polite attention sharp razors clean towels and many years experience fit them to do the best of work tf New and Seasonable Goods 16 and 18 inch Disc Harrows Two horse Moline Champion Corn Planters One Horse Corn Drills Tongue and Tongueless Cultivators OneHorse SpikeTooth Cultivators Double Shovels etc For sale at bottom prices by J C ROBINSON Good for Keg In the agreed case to test the valid ity of the law under which circuit clerks collect fees in felony cases the court has decided in favor of the clerks It is good news for all of the clerks It will save exclerk Keg Mason several hundaed dollars Rare Opportunity Music lovers will have an of hearing some of the greatest artists of Europe and America at the Louisville May Festival on May 8 9 and 10 No expense has been spared to make the five concerts of the as attractive as possible 2t flows This for High Some of the numerous midnight prowlers completely demolished the large arc lamp on Danville street op posits George Smiths A huge rock was thrown through it and the lamp completely wrecked This is but a sample of the many depredations on in town almost every night Musical Festival A single fare for the round trip to Louisville and return has been secur ed on all railroads during the Music Festival to be given there May 8th 9th and lOlh The opportunity to visit Louisville will be the best of the year and the greatest singers in America will appear in the Festival County Court Monday was rainy cold and every way A good many people were in town though Yearling steers brought from 14 to 30 a few hogs sold for Fox bought two or three mules at from 40 to 90 No horse sales of importance were made the old plug having seen his day Lanadry TVtfrlc Mrs Carey Anderson who made a wide reputation on laundry work at Crab Orchard Springs now lives at on Crab Orchard pike near and will take work at reason able prices She makes a specialty of lace curtains shirts and cuffs shirt waists bonnets etc tf n i y j t t properly A tty chickens earl rag quality 2t decided Common unless cons lidated corner opportunity Festival carried ap 27 disagreeable 3ic and Bowen tollgate Lancaster chug collars r- J s as a of McClures Magazine for May will in troduce a new writer Mr Booth Tark iugton of Indianapolis with the installment of a novel of present day American life The story is pro nounced by those who have read it manuscript as fresh and absorbing plot and remarkably pleasing in atmosphere and spirit Public Sale Judge J C Hcmphill who is of his grandmothers estate will on Friday May 5 sell at outcry 3 milk cows some and loose hay farming implements rockaway and harness household kitchen furniture The sale will place on the premises at 9 Air Tva Ever Tim The New York Sunday World not print as much matter as is given TIlE RECORD after the forms are up and we aTe ready to print Its peculiar fact that persons bringing in such matter are invariably the ones whom we have been earlier in week begging with tearful eyes items Worthy EiiterprIxe The Music to be held in Louisville on May 8th and 10th should be well patronized by the of Kentucky Tennessee and Indiana It is an enterprise that commends itself to all lovers of music well as to those who are interested in the general development of and surrounding territory 2 A Paint Licit Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Greasy Heel etc It is sold on written guarantee and money if not as represented ap13 Handsome Toan H B Northcott has received a hand some and substantial delivery wagon to which he works a pipit of beautiful sorrel horses Mr N is a splendid and is a great friend to the raisers of poultry and produce His ice wagon will commence running soon and he will deliver the very best quality at the lowest price anywhere in town Horse Show The big display of stallions at April court is almost a thing of the past People are breeding to nothing but the finest animals now and few peo pie care to own an expensive horse There were probably halfdozen on the streets Monday but the rain kept the crowd from giving them much We regret that press of time prevented our getting a list of them Ready for Business Come and give your measures and save a few dollars Best quality at shoddy prices from Wanamaker and Brown and Howard Tailoring You can get the first choice by coming now and order suit to come when you want it Suits tailormaed from 10 to 30 Readytowear Suits 750 to 20 Come while I am at home Fit and quality guaranteed All wool M D HUGHES Agent Dr Frazee Here Dr J M Frazee of Maysville was here a few days since mingling with relatives and old friends He is a relative of Mrs H C Jennings and many other people in Garrard Dr Frazee is a candidate for the demo cratic nomination for Commissioner Agriculture and has strong chances all over the state Hes a fine and makes friends wherever he goes Burglars Sunday morning a window in back of Jimmie Beazleys furniture store was found prized open with the sash lock broken Search failed to show any goods missing A watch was kept for several nights but no one returned As the town is wholly without police protection during the late hours an being delected Dr Seimaro Kubota formerly of Tokio Japan will deliver a lecture at the Court House Tuesday night on his country her people manners and customs progress of Christianity war between Japan and China and war between the United States and Spain It will be illustrated by many beautiful views and is as quite interesting Part of the proceeds will go to the Lancaster Christian church Admission 23cts Tickets on sale at McRoberts drug store Didnt go la Boyle The grand jury finally adjourned at three oclock Wednesday afternoon without having returned any indict ments against the fire insurance com panies Determined efforts were made to indict the companies and the fight Was not given up until the last min ute Some of the jurors were stub it If the Court of Appeals upholds the law indictments be returnedin at later term of court Advocate I it administrator corn Festival Seth people Southern Louisville Enlargement refunded businessman Day attention company gentleman everybusiness I recent recommended ap 272t henB a IJ opening i t bale an talc ucloc cool mad t th fo C s aw iw 1 t oif A vrtOYE 1 P is R e The Newspaper t Factor Col Thomas A Davis of the ville Ledger puts the following tion Sonic people find out when it everlastingly too late that a like the Ledger speaks to an of not less than 5000 people 312 days in the year This makes an ag gregate or 1 500000 auditors a year How long would it take a ward to have his say with that num ber of persons Cutting Scrape Ben Guinn and Charlie Williams had duel with knives on Battle Row Sun day in which both men were terribly slashed Guinn got the hot end ofthe fight and it was thought for a time he would die Both men are dead game and the fight was a furious one Guinn sometimes runs the engine in Tnt office and when sober is a good man but when drinking is a warm number Local Option Election Valid The Court of Appeals of Kentucky has affirmed the judgement of the Mercer Circuit Court in the case of W A Bottoms holding that the voting whisky in the Harrods burg district is volid notwithstand Ing the whole county had voted prohibition Any district in a county can take a vote on the whisky question and the majority in the district governs that district to this decision Put hint On A petition was circulated this week asking the City Council to either put on a night policeman or change the present day mans time from clay duty The citizens are tired of being annoyed nearly e fcry night and furthermore dont care to keep their bodies and property in danger of stray bullets There is little need of a day man Let a fellow do the same shooting in the day time that is done at night and the citizens would hang him to the electric light oxyoke in the Park There will be a contest in elocution in the Chapel of the Graded School building Friday May o at 730 r r Admission ten and fifteen cent The proceeds will be ustvi in defraying the Railroad expenses of pupils who have entered the various contests in the Blue Grass Grader School which meets this All are invited to come out and hear the pupils recite and thus aid the pupils and teachers in the fact that the pupils of our Graded School can enter contests with other schools and acquit themselves creditably The program will be with good music rays que audience politician I favoring according tonight Contest Tournament year at Son establishing interspersed newspaper CORD election lie act stock of these fine drapry for mantle lamp shades etc J C THOMPSON Notice to Advertisers We cannot change ads later than Tuesday morning of each week It is unrersonable to expect us to hire an extra man to set ads on Wednesdays especially when it is just as easy to send in the change early in the week Our friends seem to forget that we have to devote any time to getting up news In the future no ad will be touched unless it is in the office Tues day morning To the North The Queen and Crescent Route has inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous Blue Grass Vesti Crescent Standard Vestibuled day coaches 4 trains daily to Cincinnati with close connection with all trains northQueen and Crescent trains are with out a peer in the South 17 miles shortest line unequalled train service C Rineareon General Passenger Agent Colored Recruits The War Department has wired Lt W T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ivy to enlist colored for Cavalry and Infantry sending the former to Fort Grant cellent opportunity for young colored men to get into the regular Army Recruit for white Infantry and Caval ry regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W T JOHNsTON MOtf Main St Lexington Ky Literary Note Princess Nadine by Christian Reid the complete novel in the May issue of Lippincotts Magazine ap peals strongly to every lover of roman ce The introduction of the Russo American Princess at the MiCareme and Battle of Roses at where she is fittingly framed by a pinktinted seashell of roses and where she is seen for the first time by a wealthy Central who is to influence her afterlife surely compels attention That this man whose indifference to the fair sex is exceptional should im peril his life for her seems but natural as we see combined with the charm ing personality a character unspoiled by adulation sympathetic faithful and brave The story can be said truly to be among the best work of this popular writer The Busted Bust A maid with a duster Once made a great blaster A a bust in the hall And when it was dusted bust it was busted And the bust now is dust That is all ew papers Lexington V applicants service Douglass Nice The 1 American v m m mm HAH OPPORTUNITY I DressGoods s We have a line of All Wool Dress Goods in neat effects Suitable for Spring and Summer Suits which we will sell at 19c per yd Special Price This undoubt edly will be the greatest bargain you will find this Season in Dress Fabrics Ladies Tailor Made Suits We have a few Ladies TailorMade Suits left out at a 8 Suits at 5 10 Suits at 6 12 Suits at 8 20 Suits at 12 willclose bargain We are showing hand some line of White and Colored Piques Organ dies Dimities Lawns Homespun Linens etc New Styles in Shoes and Slippers I Covet-s should see our line of Ladies Mens and Childrens Shoes and Slippers before you buy The styles and prices will surely in terest You you LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY i ii r I y T eases Out n Ten Cure Foonfi al last This fearf uHdisease often first s i mere scratch a pimple or lump breast too to until in many cases the deadly blood out afresh and effected a gum The glad nWfi unread rapidly and it was soon 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bo sent frco to any address by the Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia t rRms D tADl111fJ rntah in Q khc in Ii the fl notice disease is fully not be a because the a poison in the circulating the system andalthough the ulcerknown as the cut away the remains in the blood and promptly breaks with renewed violence success or S S obstrnat3 ted diseases which considered incurable a few de p1ri1 suiYerer3 to try it for Cancer th jkil1 of the physicians without a cure Mtich to tL S S d e to I a mv was whatever th3 while IRS doomed Spoct c lay is tcj iSti Cancer can cured by surgical disease is s4re or Thewonderful Sin 1eepf blobd were ilitluect after exhausting their 4tligh 4 rii1t r N Cit growing Numerous 10 how though Mr A D Ford is qiite sic at this ivHtinp Mr Bras sold Jos Simpson four slwats for S1- 4Jhc farmers are rushing from dawn ill dusk getting their crops in Goo Grow and Tack Turner went to Lock Xo 8 Thursday o i business Mr Payne of Sycumore Valley has juit set out a large strawberry patch to say to the Stone corres pondent that we do not feel able to imrchasa the goat hick If we were tbie to do so would just subscribe for TIlE RECORD instead of ensues lojidin j for it And we suggest as he 35 a merchant that he will buy the goat hide W N Grow was in your town last week having his eyes treated Wm and family spent last Sunday with Win Wall and funiiy David Logan after a short stay with his sis 1 Grow We wish we Vest Juds S I Paines Celery Compound Gives Strength f I I j I Best spring medicine It makes the weak strong We sell and recommend it I tel Mrs Lucy Grow has returned to his home in Decatur 111 Mrs Dr Evans uf Lancaster visited her daugk tel Mrs A 1 Ford last week Torsepliinc Hill spent a part of last week with hor cousin lucre Brae Grow J M Saundeis attended in your town Sunday jiissos Edna Scott Emma Naylor and Mrs John Lane attended preaching at Mt Hebron Sunday We are to say that one young man of this vicinity did not want to go to church Sunday but had to go in his Taps Ilavo You Had the Grip If you have you probably need a re liable medicine like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop the racking cough incidental to this C C T E Stormes 1m JSOTllAYS JIIlAMILTON Hays Hamilton Robinson Attorneys aiul Counselors at Law LANCASTER KY peac ting sorry I elis- elS sos I I See our ieaoiKol Line NEW DESIGNS Bsst Quality Low Prices I OF Wall i Pam r R ROBEH isa scent Route from oil Internationa 5 S Convention Atlanta Ga April 2629 Confederate Veterans Reunion Charleston S C May 1013 Southern Baptist Convention Louisville ICy May 1118 Chickamauga Kentucky Monument May 3 Biblical Assembly Charlotte N C Juue 2029 Lov Ratesvia tile Queen C points to thoP 4 I g BUSINESS EDUCATION IF nbslntcly necessary to the young or young woman who would wloman t is of first to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY succcsI1n Ute This being conceded BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY Bcrcn experienced teachers each one a in his lineGraduates preferred by business houses Write fora beautiful book from graduates occupying prominent all over the United it wjll to you 4 m CENTRAL EVERY WEEK BY IOUIS ItAXDRAK Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY R CORJ I CIUS 100SixTJIKKK 25It THURSDAY April 27 1899 SOME members of the sixtyninth York volunteers have sued the N railroad forxdamages by being bruised up in a wreck or some other slight cause We suppose a jury will of course give judgment against the road a5 ftioy always do But what about the coaches mutilated broken and in some cases rendered worthless by the hoodlum soldiers and the pas sengers Insulted by the tough mem bers The railroads get the hot end of everything and the way they are sued by greedy money grabbers and jackleg lawyers is becoming exceed ingly dsgusting People seoin to think railroads have 110 rights and when tll y aoincj into court pleading for what Is justly due them In ninety nine out of a hundred cases they are set afire by outrageous verdicts The volunteer soldiers destroyed thousands of dollars worth of property for for wlijcU the cpnjpanlos will re ceive no compensation whatever SAM HOSE the negro who murdered a farmer near Palmetto Ga ten days ago rui criminally assaulted his vie tims wife was taken from the jail at Newnan Ga Sunday afternoon and burned at the stake Before the torch was applied his ears and lingers were cut off After death his heart and liver and other parts of the oty were removed and the remains cut to shreds The negro confessed the murder and said the crime had been committed for twelve dollars naming a colored preacher as the man who paid him It is true the crime Hose is said to have being in these days of civilization is disgrace to the country A TAKTY of amateurs were playing the Confederate Spy at Detroit the other night and one of the borrowed guns contained charge of buckshot When thesoldiers fired what they to be blank loads a young man fell dead the buckshot haying his breast This accident is deplorable but if a few such guns could be loaned the average companies professional birostorineiis now over the American stage it would prove a great blessing for the suffering public Good actors like honest are very scarce these days TIlE Walnut street Baptist church the most influential in Louisville has decided that no one interestod in the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquor be admitted into in that church and that any member who is engaged in the liquor business must change his business within twelve months or withdraw from the church Old booze is it in the neck from all quarters and the action of the church is only a sample of the way the temperance arc gaining ground all over the country AT Richmond Judge Scott has de dared unconstitutional the law under which vagrants have been put up and sold Sifting it down to a fine point it looks as if the judge is right but what will be done with the trifling if they are not worked this way It is a great expense to keep them in a jail and feed them Ifsome legislator wants to place a feather in his cap let him frame and have passed a bill the vagrancy question A DISPATCH from Owensboro says the grand jury there returned against seventynine insurance companies but no indictments were returned for gaming selling liquor on Sunday running immoral houses carrying or murder Such juries are not calculated to do much good for the Commonwealth and are not worth their salt A REPORT has been sent out from Frankfort that Gov Bradley is a Roosvelt boom for president The governor was asked by erJournal reporter about the matter and he said I am booming no man for the Presidency and have never contemplated such action Coughed 25 years I suffered for 23 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PineTarHon ey It has saved my life JC Resell Grantsburg Ill McBobcrts Drug Store 1m Nails are so cheap that it is said if a carpenter drops one it is cheaper for him to let it lie than to waste his time in picking it up One keg out of five sold is never used but simply goes to waste Kentuckys Dead at Cblckamanga No braver men ever fell The Com monwealth has honored them by the erection of a magnificent monument The Governor and his Staff state citizens and friends will in its dedication WendesdayMay 3rd Rates on the Queen Crescent Route one fare for the round tripMay 1st and 2nd good to May 6th return ing Georgia dedicates her 2nd Kentucky May 3rd Illinois May 4tb all goand her representationon great day one fare tor the oundr trip via The Queen Crescent Boute 9 n mt New I L railroads extreme supposed penetrated prancing politicians hall membership catching people fellows covering indictments pistol organizing the I officials participate I iv 7 i c s Cot 4 cry 4 monum well 4 4 j s f DNancy Hanks has dropped a colt by Imp Meddler each For cough and colds there is no icineso elective as UousserTs IIoivof Tar It is the ideal remedy 25 cents and 50 cents C a J E Stormes im An exchange asks tha Governor to name a sparrow day in which a gene r al destruction shall be made Not a bad idea A mare by Mambrino Patchen and one by Red Wilkes have been bred to Chester Dare this season This speaks well for the saddle horse By allowing the accumulations in the bowels to remain the entiresystem is poisoned DoWitts Little Early RJSOTS regulate the bowels Try them and you will always use them 1m Stormes l rug Store For 300 a year a man can in Japan pay for a house food and two servants In all parts of Cuba two crops of to bacco arc raised every year Spring plowing has commenced groat care should be taken that the work horses are qarefully groomed each day Neglected care is to the horse These horrid fits of depression mel ancholy low spirits and sudden that sometimes alllict even good tempered people is duo to the blood being permeated with black bile Herbine will purify the blood restore health and cheerfulness Price 5Octs C C J E Stormes 1m A horse is rarely seen in Norway A bucket of water is always placed within his reach when feeding and the animal alternately takes a mouthful of hay and a sip of water If you do not want the chickens in the garden take some of the garden so are when green stuff is scarce For the little trouble you take you will be well repaid Little neglected scratches and wounds frequently result in blood poisoning Better heal them quickly with DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve a thoroughly antiseptic application with a record of always curing piles old ul cers sores cuts wounds and skin dis oases Stormes Drug Storo 1m There is no better floor than one of cement in the poultry house Keep it covered with tine sand or loam which will become mixed with the droppings- as they are made and so increase the amount of fertilizer and make it easy to handle If you are interested in horses you should subscribe for the American Stock Farm Lexington Ky The price is 200 per year but you can se cure it from now until January 1 1900 for 100 if you will mention this pa per when writing mar30tf People who have once taken Witts Little Early Risers will never have anything else They are the famous little pills for torpid liver and all irregularities of the system m Sormes Drug Store If manure is put on sod it can hauled out as fast as made if scattered Solubility is an important point and it can never be soluble decomposed If dumped in hea s we must wait until it becomes fit for plant food before the crops derive any benefit from it Mothers Beware of those secret robbers of your babys quiet health Those sleepless nihts and long hours of tiresome vigil are caused by those terrible enemies of childhood worms and remove them with Whites Cream of Vermifuge Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes The annual report of the statician of the department ofagriculture shows that there has been a decrease of 29500 in the number of horses in the United during the year but the average value has increaced from 34 26 37 40 per head The total value of farm is estimated at 1997010407 an increase of 108355482 or miring the year It makes no difference how bad the wound if you use De Witts Witch Hazel Salye it will quickly heal and leave no scar 1m Stormes Drug Store The Harrodsburg Democrat talked Mr Robert Elliot a successful farmer of the Bostonia neighborhood The farmers arc plowing from sunup till sun down and if the remains fair will soon be planting corn Mr Elliot said Wheat in his neighborhood is looking fine and the grass will do to pasture Those farmers that sowed their clover in February have a good set but those that sowed later had bad luck to the late freeze Some have sown twice and expect to sow again Very little tobacco will be cultivated in this neighborhood Eatflc King of all noted for its keen sight clear aud distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids McRpberts Drug Store Im She was girl indeed and she sat in the corner with her lover and with her tiny niece The folding doors were open and all at once the visitors in the adjoining room heard a childs piping voice Kiss me too Auntie Gertie you should say Kiss me mo two is not grammar jn I soldiersof of the pests detrimental irritability brokenwInded delveget- ables r e w until and Desti oy animals 576 percent Monday weather soon have to H The Sold at 25cts aVerysmart uponher knee exclaim the lighting I i und price bell owl Birds Maudle came quickly as after 4444 I S STATE NEWS ITEMS If z 1 P 4 I ed fir in an ft DRIVEN FROM HOME rhltccappers Whipped Four Women Burned Their Ilnme owl Them to teavetUe Locality IIDDLESCOKO April caps took Lucinda Davis and three daughters Wednesday night from their home in Powells valley and after beating them burned their house The woman and daughters were given 24 hours to leave the coun ty There were ten whitecappers When they came to the Davis home two men fired on them from ambush without results The fire was return and going later to the spot there was evidence that some one had been shot The party however had fled Forty Years In the Poorhouse WILUAMSTOWN Ky April 20 Grant county has an inmate in her county in who has probably been in the poorhouse longer and cost the county more money than any other pauper the state Her name is JNIin erva Barnett and she has been a pauper for nearly 40 years entailing expense to the county of about S3 per week or nearly 54000 Three children have been born to her in that time all of whom have always been and are yet inmates of the county She is now about GO years of age weighs 350 pounds and looks like she night outlive most of the present generation Sensational Duel at Paciorah PADUCAH Ky April sensa tional duel took place here Thursday on the street between Dr W T Graves a prominent physician and a member of the board of health and Hank a druggist Dr Graves had been notified by Hank to keep his children and dog away from his The two men met in front of the store aud drew pistols and began shooting at each other Dr Graves was shot three times and seriously wounded Death of Rev Robert Roland LEXIXGTOJT Ky April 25 Her Robert Ryland probably the oldest Baptist clergyman and educatpr in the United States died here Sunday aged 04 He was one of the pioneer of Virginia He was for 28 years president Richmond college and much of his time also pastor est AfrIcin church in the world 3000 members nearly all Virginia slaves He taught them orally every Sunday Plot Against His Wife BABBOUB8VIUE Ky April 23 R Jorday was Friday sentenced to ten years in the penitentiacy for to criminally assault Jordan a friend to enter his wifes room night ia order that Jordan could get divorce The room being dark Mrs Jordan was unable to distinguish Jor dans friend from her husband Roeber Challenges Hydor AlL LOUISVILLE Ky April 25 Ernest Roeber the champion GraecoRoman wrestler of the world Sunday issued a challenge to Hyder Ali The Terrible Turk for a match to a finish Graeco Roman style for the worlds Roeber stands ready to post a 500 side bet Equalization Change FBAJTKFOET Ky April 23 The state board of equalization Friday passed on the following counties Clarke no change Jessamine raised one on lands town lots no change Casey no change Johnson raised two per cent on lands and ten per cent on town lots Investigating Poolroom Cases LOUISVILLE Ky April 23 The grand jury is still continuing its of the alleged operations of poolrooms in Louisville recently It has been examining a great number of witnesses among them Mayor Chas P Weaver Kentucky Trust Company FBANKFOUT Ky April Trust Co of filed articles of incorporation Friday with John T Hinton capitalist and politician as chief incorporator and W C Wood of Carlisle and K B Ailed of Augusta associates Capital stock Dr Graves Slay Recover PADUCAII Ky April W T Graves ho was Friday shot in a street fight by Druggist Will Hank is easy with good chances of recov rey Jockey Bryant Dead LEXIXGTOX Ky April 23 Clarence who rode many winners for the late Bryzin McClelland died here night aged 21 years A Brakeinans Terrible Pate PJNEVILLE Ky April 22 Scott Pe try a brakeman on the Louisville Nashville railroad was run over by a freight train and killecLhere He was switching cars and his foot caught in a frog which held him fast until cars bad passed over his bodv ey J I aj j I Ordered Ky 22White severely infirmary 22A Vm drugstore educators during lar conspiracy induced t champion- shIp percent investigations 22The Central Paris 25000 24Dr resting W the onetime famous several I aft rary ernoon g Bryant joel Frk tt Kentuckys Convict Parole Law FKANKFOKT Ky April 20 Circuit Judge Cantrill of state fiscal court Tuesday morning decided uaccntitu tional the convict parole law which has been on the Kentucky statute books until the present prison came into office The suit to test the case WitS brought by John C Dugan of Bell county who is serving a 21 year sentence here for the murder of a brother of Congressman Colson Dugan had been paroled by the but the prison warden refused to recognize it Foremost Racing Man tread LOUISVMIK Ky April 24 The fore most racing man in America and the man who has done more for the sport than any one else such was Col M Lewis Clark who committed in Memphis Tenn night He was the author of nearly all the racing rules in vogue the founder of the first American Turf congress the first man to prepare a uniform scale of weights and the inaugurator of stakes that are now followed The Funeral of CoL M Lewis Clark LOUISVILLE Ky April 25 The funeral of Col M Lewis Clark the well known racing judge who killed himself in Memphis Saturday took place here Monday at 11 oclock from the home of his aunt Mrs Hampdcn Zane Rev Charles K Craik of Christ church cathedral officiated Many friends of the dead turmrin were and a great many handsome floral designs were sent Postmaster W oundrd in i Fight LOUISA Ky April 25 Sheriff Keel of Pike county shot and probably fa tally wounded Postmaster Cline at Pikeville Saturday Cline was fight ing James Sowards the prosecuting at torney of Pike county Keel and a deputy arrested Cline and he to strike the sheriff with a knife Keel fired one shot which took effect in his head lIe may die Soldier Commits Suicide MOKEHEAD Ky April 25 Wm H Wcddington suicided Sunday in Elliott county near Martinsburg Wedding ton was drinking and in a despondent state put a bullet through his head He was the son of exJudge Wedding ton of Elliott county and was regiment Cigars Seized at Louisville LOUISVILLE Ky April 20 Forty thousand more cigars were seized by 50000 which he has taken owing to the fact that they arc in boxes covered with counterfeit revenue stamps The seizure will be continued vigorously and from present indications Collector Sapp expects to seize 200000 cigars in Louisville Satisfied With His CoMa GKEEXUP Ky April 25 Wm Sauls bery who had an airtight tomb made near his home has ordered a metallic coffin and had it fitted in the tomb He had the coffin brought in the house so he could see it and expressed his satisfaction lie has never been able to go out and see the tomb The old entleman is failing rapidly Ended Life With a Knife EVTIJJG Ky April 24 Jake Rodgers aged 50 years committed suicide by cutting his throat with a pocket knife He was despondent because of ill health Real Estate King Dead FRANKFORT Ky April 24 James Norral the colored real estate king of this city is dead of Brights disease lie was one of the wealthiest colored men in Kentucky Mustering Out Bate FKANKFOUT Ky April 23 The 3d Kentucky volunteer infantry will be of service at Savannah Ga on May 1C Gov Bradley having received a telegram to that effect from Adjt Gen Corbin Friday BECOMING A BOTHER A Sure Way to Avoid Danger Every true woman wants to be a Another A baby is the dream of her life the glory of womanhood true happiness can never be known bringsYetall I mothers inusfc pass is so full of pain f and fear that many a life ia sacrificed because inability not necessary to suffer in bring jug new world the I use of Mothers Friend the suffer the hour of its dread and This remedy is praised by thousands who it woman is anxious to learn how to avoid pain and suffering which be The little book Before is Born will be sent free to a address to the Brad i field Regulator Co Atlanta Georgia J I fOr years but which has bcen inoperative commissioners commission suicide Friday now everywhere present attempted recently mustered out of the 4th Kentucky Collector Sapp Monday making in all musteredout undergo the of chil and danger can be avoided and theo store for a r E a daces tQ struggle STOUT TSTST CAN SELL YOU Paint Wall Cheapar than any this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced LILLARD DANVILLE Housein 4 t Sf h i R KINNAiRO INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford D leware Milwaukee Conneticnt 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Fretldea VIcePresident Cashlei Assistant Booktoepei DIRECTORS HiaoiNBOTHAx IBWIB Y LBAVBLL JBJOHMBOH H C ARNOLD JB B F Hnosox ILBZGIBBI JJWALZB JACOB Y RoDiraoN I Cash T X ARNOLD 1000O 1 I 1 Our fine Red Durham Bnir Will make the present season on our farm 2 miles from Lancaster new Danville pike and will serve cows at 100 Money time ofservice AM and ED BOURNE Sprii 1899 TREES PLANTS VINES Fruit and ornamental Trees Shrubs small fruits and for Orchard Lawn and We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogues on application to HF HILLENMEYER phone 279 Lexington Ky Bring The Record Your Job Work everything Garden n duet m 5 Lt J 4 T I V Great care was taken in Selecting our Spring Lines and we can now show you The Nobbiest Most UpToDate and Best EVER EXHIBITED IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY T 17 IN BOTH i STILE QUALITY AND PBICRS oocooc ooecooo I CLOTIi lNG NECKW ARE SHOES ACI JILl rohrnail GO TilE GLOK Danville Ken uckYI WE STILL HOLD THE LEADS i h HATS SiITS Millinery Millinery Do you Went a Real Nobby Spring Hat If so go toIL mi SISTERS the Leading Milliners Everything strictly Uptodate New Goods received daily Goods and Prices to suit everyone Phone 85 j j s CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY April 27 Col W G Welsh was over from Stanford Monday Miss Amy Davidson is friends near Richmond Mr George Palmer made a business trip to Danville Tuesday Mr and Mrs Jolla were over from Danville Sunday Miss Pearl Burnside of Stanford was here a few days this week Misses Rella and Allie Arnold have returned from a visit to Stanford Herbert Price and Dolcephus Rice of Danville were in town Monday Ed Walton of the Interior Journal mingled with the court day crowd Miss Pettu of Somerset is visiting Mrs Will Pettus on Crab Orchard pike Miss Lutie Rothwell of Paint Lick is visiting Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold Miss Mary Powell of Ilustonvllle is visiting her brother Elder Charles E Powell Tom Baughman spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs rop2 in Boyle Misses Alice Saddler and Sallie B Ray have been visiting Mrs W T Vests family Little Louise Grant has been very sick the past week but atthis writing is some better Miss Berth Burnside has been vis iting her sister Mrs YM1 Lackey Tom Palmer was in town Monday and was made an Entered Apprentice Mason that night Mesdames D M Lackey and M P Frisbie have been visiting Mrs W C Price in Danville Mrs W K Shugars and sister of McKinney have been visiting rela ties in this city Lawyers Lewis Walker W B Mason and Geo Smith attended circuit court In Danville Tuesday Mrs John E Stormes and Tomlinson are spending a few days with Danville friends Mr A H Rice and wife have re turned from several days visit toNich olasville and Lexington Mrs Chas Powell has been quite ill of malarial fever but we arc pleased to say is much better now Col Thornton Kemper and sister Miss Nannie of Boyle spent Monday with Mrs H A B Marksbury Miss Eliza Lusk of Lancaster Ky was the guest of her cousin Geo D White last week Richmond Pana graph Mrs D G Slaughter widow of the former proprietor ofDripping Springs died last week and was buried at Crab Orchard Miss Louise Kauffman of Richmond College spent Saturday and Sunday rlih her mother Mrs J899 visiting Bau hmm near1IcCrear r Emma aWl T 31PERsoNAli0 1 fir I i i Miss Maggie j Yrxv man YF- de w dy Bob Jennings the hustling Paint Lick was in town again Sunday driving with a mighty pretty young lady Mr and Mrs Al Huffman and lit tle son Elijah Burnside of Stanford visited the family of Mr Joe Burnside of this county Mr Alex West was kicked by a horse a few days since but was seriously injured lies all right now we are glad to note Mrs B Jarvis is visiting Warren Russell at Lebanon A girl baby has just been added to the fam ily of Mr Russell Mr W A Carson of Stanford here Monday His wife who has been suffering from rheumatism is visiting her father Col Harvey Yantis Miss Hallie Hamilton has returned from a pleasant visit to Xicholasville She was accompanied by Mr Brown Anderson who remained over Sunday- I Mr Randolph Harris end wife of Lincoln county Mr W II Harris and wife of Carlisle and Sam Harris of Louisville were here the past week About the proudest man we have seen is lawyer W I Williams A big tine boy made its appearance at his home the other day The young man has been named George Gowen return ed from Florida where he has been all winter holding successful His many friends welcome him to his old home He will preach next Sunday at Hubble Hon Thomps Burnam of Silver Creek was in town Monday Mr Bur nam is a polished gentleman and has that wholesouled friendly manner so characteristic of Madison people which makes one feel good to meet them If you go on a trip or have parties visiting you please dont rise up and call us wicked if you fail to tell THE RECOUD and the fact is not noted in the personals We want everybodys name and will be under obligations for notice of visits A letter from George D Burdett en closes money with which to pay for his paper til 1900 He is still in the county clerks office in Chicago and has a good job George Burdett has many warm friends in Lancaster and we hear frequent inquiries about him If he would lay off a few days and drop into Lancaster he would soon be con vinced of this fact Our old standby and friend Col Andy Rice was in town Monday step ping about in the crowd like a two yearold We were delighted to hear him say he is now in good health He said if he could only attend another monntain dance he believed he could cut the pigeon wing as gracefully as any of the younger ones present We drove out Sunday to see our old friend Capt Charles Gallagher He has been in poor health for two years past and has been staying with his soninlaw W A Hiatt at Hiatts ville While he is quite feeble yet he is in good spirits and full of life He gets a daily paper and is better read up on public affairs than most anyone you meet During the past few years of his life he has given much study to the bible and has the scriptures on his tongues end It is exceedingly inter esting to hear him talk and one can pass time quickly and pleasantly with him I 1 not V herson was Eld meetings r Ii merchant Monday 4 Miss Florence Harria has accepted a position in the telephone exchange The Social and Indurtrial Club meet next Wendesdav afternoon with Mrs Jno E Stormes Mrs Wm Cook and Robinson and Letcher Owsley have returned from a visit to Henderson ville North Carolina Mrs E L Owsley and son William will arrive tomorrow from Henderson ville IN C We are glad to learn of great improvement in Mr healthThe following young gentlemen will ride their wheels return next Sunday A L Warren Allen Hiatt B F Pollard alid C F PhilipsThe editor made a flying trip to Lexington Tuesday It is thirty miles on a beeline from here to Lexington but to make the round trip we had to Richmond Winchester then to Lexington then to Danville an drive froth the latter place home distance in all of 104 miles A True Friend When the above term is sifted the bottom we find to our sorrow t lat it can be truthfully applied but very few people There are ninny we speak of as but to what extent will their friendship go When you find one who is delighted at the opportunity of dividing his last penny with anyone in need one who will go at the the dead hour of midnight on an errand to relieve the distress of an other one who will quickly resent the slings made by longtongued tattlers about you then you can call him your true friend Such a man was JOIN K FAULKNER JU whose sad death was noted in a recent issue of TIE RECOUD Had John Faulkner hoarded up and guarded like a bulldog the dollars he made he would have been a rich man but he was not of the tightfisted narrow minded kind and when he earned money he wanted not himself alone but his friends to enjoy it and those with whom he mingled were called in to share in its enjoyment Monk as his chums familiarly called him was a boy of deep sense and had a keen eye for the ridiculous He could make fun out of anything and many of his original sayings will long be re membered Monk Faulkner I know had done more favors for men than nineten hs of the people who parade themselves as charitable but he did them in a quiet way and when he helped anyone he never pro claimed the fact from the housetops as is the custom with many people to day When he liked a man he would stand by him come what may He had a contempt for anyone who wpuld honey around people and then flee when the hour came to test the called friendship He had many of the traits of his noble father the Colonel John K Faulkner and had that gentlemanly Instinct which always made its presence known I am not going to say he had no faults for he was a human and of course was not perfect No man is perfect on this earth though some proclaim themselves to be and immediatelykill their assertion by proclaiming the faults of others But if good deeds an honest heart a willing hand a true conscience and a liberal pocketbook tend toward bettering ones chances in the great beyond John K is now where he sees no trouble hypocrisy stinginess and slanderers That he is safe on the breast of a lov ing Savour is my prayer and earnest QUEEN CRESCENT Low Rated Annual Convention National Ameri 5 1899 National Society Sons of the Ameri can Detroit Mich May 1 1899American Library Association Con 1899AnnualTennessee Rockwood Tenn 10 11 1899 From points in Tennessee I will handsomebaby a Owsleys a to to J so lamented b3lit AssociationGrand ti r j 1tt 1 to Lawrenceburg and to- go friends Faulkner 4n The Mystery explained The house surgeon of a London hos pital was attending to the Injuries of poor woman whose arm had been bitten As he was dressing wound he said- I cannot make out what sort of creature bit you This is too small for horses bite and too large for a dogs Oh sir replied the patient it was not an animal it was another lydy TitBits Josh I never could see that them as tronomers were much use anyway not here theyre telling theres a comet comic flyin towards the earth and not one of them Is loin anything to prevent iU Illustrate American On Account may I live upon hope until next Sunday evening She Oluyou poor fallow is it as that Here 111 lend you enough t buy a meal ticket Cleveland Leader The neat That Failed Oh 1 he cried would willingly Lay down my life for you Just then he slipped but clung to her And she went sprawling too Chicago Daily News lIb Means Her he a young man of any means She Certainly he means to marry me Illustrated American Exceedingly So is he so very popular Johnson Popular Why that man has been the preferred creditor in five failures N Y Journal Couldnt Walt That long Gerald Ill bet you a kiss on the re sult of the next presidential election there any election before that Philadelphia Times POSTMASTER MISSING A Shortage of 81300 1 Alleged nut the Vondiiuen Will Not Suffer Ills Father Takes Charge v ASHLAND Ky April young man Itoggess who was appointed post master at this place by the president on the recommendation of Congress man Pugh and took the office alittle over one year ago was missing morning A discrepancy in his of 51200 is reported His local bondsmen are secured from any guarantee company His father has charge of the business at present Boggess is a sprightly young business man and well calcu lated to do the business and his was no surprise to some who had been in business with him but to others it was a surprise Republican State Convention LOUISVILLE Ky April state convention will be held in Lexington July 12 This was upon at a meeting of the state central committee in this city Collector Roberts Takes Action LEXINGTON Ky April Revenue Collector Sam J Roberts Monday seized 64000 cigars with coun terfeit stamps alleged to have been made by Wm M Jacobs of Lancaster Pa A New Trust Company FRANKFORT Ky April Cen tral Trust Co of Paris has filed arti cles of incorporation in the office of the secretary of state here Its stock is fixed at and will be begun on May 15 Death of Banker Rose DANVILLE Ky April T Rose of Hustonville died suddenly Thursday morning of Brights disease He was a wealthy farmer and vice president of the Hustonville national bank Kenton Countys Assessment FRANKFORT Ky April 23 The state of equalization Thursday set countys assessment for hearing 25 Mason countys assessment acted upon Thursday lands being 10 per cent Lots are unchanged I a a a HiramWhy JoshWell us HeThen as bad FatherIs JonesAnd GeraldineIsnt 26The Tuesday accounts lossby- a disappearance 22The republican decided 26Internal 24The capital 525000 business 22James board Kenton April severely the 4 inutiicrencr persons a was raised Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumpson Dr Bells will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not there Twentylive cents at Mdtob erts Drug Store in Mr Sam Prather sold his harness mare Soapsuds to Mr Brutus Tu dor Miss Lee Prewitt of Kirksville visiting her uncle D L Prewitt ol our town this week gether the farmers are very busy and will soon catch up with their work Miss Allie daughter of Sam Prather barely escaped being killed on last Sunday She had started to church and her horse got stuck in the mud and in his effort to get out threw her getting along very well It is with profound sorrow that we are compelled to chronicle the death two were buried on the 11th they exhumed and the last one placed about their arms where they are to lay till the Master calls them forth to be with Little Louis son of Chas ITunn of er with spinal affection and of the just a short time before death came to his relief he called his mother to his bedside and told her he wanted to die as he was nothing but lli are the most fatal of JilUJlOJ all diseases s Kidney Cure a guiranteed remedy or money refunded- C C J E Stormes 1m a trouble to all the family and then turned on his face and prayed to be wafted to heaven and in a short while he breathed his last on the 21st inst He was laid to rest in the family bu rying ground at the old Tatum place on Back Creek as to what system would be proper and right for the roads to be in repair that there would be no dis crimination for or against anyone The first step would be to have a law en acted by which money could be raised sufficient for keeping of the roads Imean pikes dirt roads as all are and should be the same by taxing each male citizen say 2 per head to be paid on roads and let it be worked out at a specified amount per day or pay the money to a treasurer or elected by the district in whioh he is to oversee after first cutting the county up into districtsof say25 miles to the district and the officer so elected to be a responsible man with a good bond that he will keep the roads in goud repair and if the poll tax of 2 is not enough to do the work then a certain specified amount ad valorem where the roads are as good as can be had in country that has no metal to spread as we have this plan will put rock and lay in a claim for a days work at 3 as is the case now We object to paying tax for the re pairing of the pikes and no part of it used nearer than 3 to 4 miles of us Now the man that will promise to use all of his influence toward this end in the state legislature and if they will not do that seek out for some one that will This will be equal for the masses and the classes can look out for themselves there will surely be some to object which we will call the classes No Right to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face rm and temper will always have friends but one who would be must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she constipation or kidney her blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a complexion Electric Bitters is the medicine in the world to regulate bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good lobk ng harming of a rundown 50 cents at R E Mc Robert ini PineTar Hone set tit Nina bruisingher triplets waitingfor ageofheartand lJ subject overseer plandoes going political f attractive has impure best purify Drug Store was plowing Sea wr trouble wretched woman r P F s THE CUTAWAY FROCK iJ JI1iV a I= THREEnUTTON CUTAWAY Copyright In- ny Hart Schaffner Marx You ought to be particular when you buy a This style of garment is meant to be dressy It must have care and tailor ing The graceful lines and perfect fit ofour Hart Schaffner Marx cutaways make them popular with good dressers A man looks well in one of them and the materials are the best that money will buy This is the label f cutawaysuit fulworkmanship V See out Prettiest line ever Lancaster T J HOOD SURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY Office over HaseJdens hardware store Turnpike Notice Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the umcascer river Co will be held at the Iron Bridge on Saturday May ata oclock AM to a Hoard of Di rectors to serve the year Joss V President tldiei I 4 c I1WflrBrYJ r f yilflli JJ ffiri BrOllht to v SaUte D A fl Dix Ii- I eu ncIlIg NATIONAL BANK d Sri rY i 1THIeti Jill LE2 L 1493 ty- 2IIR CAPITAL 10000000 j r OF LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STORMES Vice President KINNAIRD Cashier tJ wit H Assistant Cashr C DENNYS SURPLUS 12000000l J F ROBINSON JB Bookkeeper K T EMERY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Stormes KNIGHTS Garrard Lodge No 29 Knighst of Pythias meets every Friday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis iting Knights are fraternally ED BISHOP C C J S HASELDEN KR S I D Cochran A C Robinson OF PVTHIAS invited GUARANTEED CLOTHING IIIIIIII JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON- Civil Engineers and Surveyors x LANCASTER KY I W Ice JOIINTJONH3TON VANDERBILT 13 old Drennon and out of a Gray Eagle mare high and has proved liimstlf a gnod breeder lIe is known as thi dallaway horse of Madi sun He will make the present season of 1SUU at my home place 5 mile from Fall Lick pike and 1 miles from Point Leaven at Money due when the fact is or mare parted with Lein re tained on colt for season money Will also stand the fine Jack WALTER at same place and terms He is IL hands high and proved himself a good breeder W L LAWSON Lancaster Ky NEW LIVERY I have purchased the Wal ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Vey Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com mercial TravelersRICE BENGE W H HOSHAL CO Commission Merchants GatteHogsSheep UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O information stock cheer fully furnished Consign your stock di rect to us Phone 7346 S BEAZLEY I Teeth extracted without pain with VItalized Air lathe New Thompson Building Wham old 5 TO INSURE LIVlliG COLT I I I regarding lie W DENTIST Office ascertained Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others AllKinds FarmH Alwaj G S GAr ES l achier son n 1 r u r p ir S I tU11nnu 1U1n1r mlii1nU n1fm f From All Parts o Garrard U UU U U ULUU J1 41UUAAUU A1UU PIfltflflff1U11 lle fur Sic 7 HutcWnS sold Ji nice horse to JP K rnb for 8W Richard itcbinson bought of F P Cummins a cow for 520 W P Grimes sold 100 head of his crtves for 82150 per head filter Warren sold to Mrs G Vf Singleton nice cow for 335 Exj John Anderson bought nicp sv11le haws from J L Anderson for 40 The peach crop i a this section is u entire failure will have sonic apples iml other fruit Mr AV A iitsrioy awl daughter H ss Multfr iasscd throigii here Sat having leMi to set after their farm tiassrs J C and lil Slier tri at home froiri Jelllco On Imsilieis Mr Dave Culson and wf cf Use Lic visiting here last week Mrs J C King and daughtcrs havo been veiling Mr Perry Whites family liller Iud wife of Rowland vis ited S Payne and wife Sunday If you sulk r from tenderness or fi 1 ivs in the side pains under shoulderWade hilious nass sickheadache and feel dull Ji4ivy and sleepy your liver is torpid fInd DeWitts Little Early Jiisers will cure you promptly pleas antly and permanently by removing the congestion and causing the bile dubts to open and Iow naturally THEY AUK OOOD IlLL 1m Stormes Drug Store Harkslmry can boast of one of the oldest ladies 3Irs Minerva Beddow although a nonaganerian she walked almost a mile to a neighbors one day last week spent the day and walked home in the afternoon She surely discovered the fountain of youth the old Spanish Cavalier sought ago Sir A J Rice Jr of Iledgeville visited Mr John Simpsons family Sun day Pev Overstrect a Methodist preacher from Jessamine will deliver a sermon at the Orchard 5ciool house Sunday aftsrnoou A pril 30 at 3 oclock oIls AV M Kuykenjall re turned from a pleasant visit to her parents Rev and Mrs E H Brook shire at Bowling Green Miss haul Jlice has been sick for the past week with something resembling rosaola Miss Katie Aidridge acconi panicd by Little Miss Cora Wesley Lancaster spent Saturday and Sun da with her parents Mr and Mrs M G Aldrdgc Rev W M Kuykci dtll left Wednesday to hold a protract el meet ing at Rockbridge church ir Washington Mrs A J Rice has a turkey egg that weighs OIl half of i pound measures 8 inches ii circumfc cncc and 5 inches in length TucMiay Mr and Mrs Charles Bur dett started to pay a visit to their Mr T D Chesnut in Boyle When thay arrived at the river it liar risen to such a height that it was dan gerous to cross so Mrs Burdett Me daughters were compelled to re turn Sweeney S Morgan bought a car load of at 3c Call at S Morgans and see the beau tiful line of Spring Goods S Morgan has a lot of shingles at R A Stones of Lancaster for sale at Sweeney for sale at hundred A few friends gathered in at Swee ney Monday evening and enjoyed excellent music of the Guitar Harj and Piano rendered by your corres pondent and Mis Grace Morgan in which Mr J L Kennedy of Crab Or chard took a prominent part J D Bridge editor and proprietoi of the Democrat Lancaster N II sa s I would not be without One Minute Cough Cure for my boy when troubled with a cough or cold It the best remedy for croup I ever used 1m Stormes Drug Store Mrs Lou Gray and little son Mastei Dan of Livingston are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W P Dishon Your correspondent spent with relatievs at Crab Orchard Mr J L Kennedy of Crab Orchard was quite a pleasant guest at Sweeney Monday afternoon Mrs Robert Land of Rowland is visiting her daughter Mrs O B Perkins v 1 PE aG g Bob saW a to a 1 31 I T otnres sold to haY i L 1 i a a r Ir right con tlp on r a tsburYIl ha quite o County father an lIt l HOc pel i Saturday fltZUW CJW Ge- rtitnror 12 hog3 cTIl1iam t day fl i ongested hat centuries hog i W K Burton bought 7 cattle at 31 per head t Joseph Simpson bought of I reck Grow 10 hogs at 275 Joseph Simpson and brother Tames sold t different parties 21 cattle at Si47 Mrs Weaver Dunn of Milledgeville after spending two weeks with her daughters Misses Maggie and Susie Sandidge returned toiler hoine last YeokTolm LRay of Richmond visited his parents here Sunday Messrs Robert and Raymond lien dren and Deo Joues of Kirksville were in our midst Sunday A little grandson came into the home of Lin sey Ray on the 20th Louis Ray and sister Miss Nell went to Danville ASfedesclay Louis is under the mMit of l r Cgvan Lige wife of Danville veiv gikais uf Mm and Sun day Misses Bertha and Maty1 Burn side and Pearl Ross of your citjpass ed through our village Sunday and of course they were accompanied by their Sweethearts If3oij have piles CURE them Ko use undergoing horrible operations that simply remove the results of the disease without disturbing the disease itself Place your confidence in Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve It has never failed to cure OTIIEUS it will not fail to cure you 1m Stormos DIg Store Many people have been cured of Kidr icy Diseases by taking u f0c bottle of Folcys Kidney Cure C C J E Stormes 1m Mt Hebron Mr TV B Montgomery Is very sick with pneumonia Mrs E D Lawson who has been ill for sometime is convalescing The county road running through W D Scotts farm was completed last weekRev T I Wills who has been preaching at Hebron nine years was called Saturday for another year We hope by the help of God he will be as faithful in the future as he has beet in the past Mr Lects arid Miss Annie Peelboth of Jtsjamine count were happily united in the bonds of wedlock at Nicholosville last Thursday and came to their uncles Mr Dennie Scotts Thursday evening and also visited other relatives here The bride was raised here and also a schoolmate of yjur correspondent She Is a nice sveet girl and they have the best wishes of all Even the most vigorous and hearty people have at times a feeling of weak ness and lassitude To dispel this feeling take Herbine it will impart vigor and vitality Price 50 cents 1m C C J E Stormes Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers vere the pleasant guests of Miss Edna Scott Saturday and Sunday Mrs Georgia 5annous of Mercer is the guest of her mother JMrs G A Bruce Mrs Alice Clark and little son spent and Sunday with Mrs W D Scott Mrs Peachie Grow is with leI mother Mrs Rebecca Scott who is very sick Messrr Willie Edward and Walter Grow of Pleasant Hili at tended preaching here Sunday Some of tile boys who were in our midst Sunday have turned out a nice crap of moustache A Frightful liluiider Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni ca Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores UlceR Boils Felons Corns all Best Pile Cure on earth Only 2octs a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Flatwood The measles are raging in this vi cinityE Walker is through planting cornTyrce Pointers baby died last week of brain fever Charlie Graves is prizing his this week Frank Gross has gone to the on a trading expedition There was preaching at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday by Rev F P BryantJohn C Siler retured from Williamr burg Friday where he has been buy jSucke3fe I I I I treatI Thorn tn A ram i Iy t L A Li fur 50e very I Saturday Skin Eruptions tobacco mountains I Q 5 fl1erSO11 No it is not claimed that Foleys Honey and Tar will cure CONSUMPTION or ASTHMA in stages it holds out no false hopes but DOES truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure STOIi1I DRUG STORE I advanced I Jy1 T a croup and trtiooping cough readily yield to One Minute Cough Cure Use this remedy in time and save a doctors bill or the undertakers 1m St rmcs Drug Store Mrs E B Scott is reported better Mr E II Walkers son Ed is at this writing Mr W F Gross and family started for Wright county Mo Friday wjjere they will make thvir future jiome Many people suffer unsold tortures from piles becaiise p be popular Im pression that hay can not be cured ber Buckeye Pile Ointment will Qure ten It has met wlta absolute success Price 50 cts in bottles tubes fc C C J E Stonneslm Wcalt Kyofe Ittatlo did vision made clear stycs removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and so en guarantee at McRoberts Drug Stc e 1m Buena J B Ruble shipped a car load fat cattle to Cincinnati last Friday Rev Humphreys preached Olivet last Sunday at II A Farmers arc as btjsyjw boea this sowing hemp Several of the farmers of this end Garrard attended court in Lancaster Monday Cuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal If you apply Bal fords Snow Liniment Price 25 cts REid 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m Apple trees are in full bloom and it the blossom is any sign wo will be Hiire to have a crop of apples but there will be no peaches Buy the McCormack Binder and rest assured that you will have no trouble in saving the golden grain that is sure to ripen in your fields J E ScoTTagt Richard Hacklcy sold to C 0 Glass Bro at Camp Nelson his crop of hemp delivered at 450 per 100 Ibs Volcanic Eruption Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob of Joy Buckloas Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives rAIns and Aolies Only 25 cents a box Cure Guaranteed Sold by R R Mc Roberts Druggist 1m Planting corn begun in earnest here Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside and Pearl Ross of Lancaster were here Sunday Miss Ophelia Walker of your city visited Mrs Wm Beazley last week J L Ray of Richmond came over to see one of our fair ones Sunday The many friends of Baylor Jennings will be sorry to learn of his sickness which Is pneumonia J D IlardJn R L Worner and J E made a business trip to Lancas ter Sunday Why didnt you wait until Monday boys Mr and Mrs Eliza Logan of Danville visited his father Timothy Logan the latter part of last week Mrs W B Brad shaw is reported not so well this week Miss Bettie henry of Lancaster accompanied Miss Saddler home Sat urday after spending a week in that town Mr Will Long and wife of Marksbury visited here this week His Life was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonder ful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I had taken Typhoid Fever that ran into pneumot nia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave groat relief ued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvellous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 1m Report Of WHKinnaird as Treasurer of Garrard County From A pril 1898 to April 1899 Receipts Date No From whom Amt Apl7 93 1 W T West treasurer 122 15 2 Esq Parson Dellnq tax 8 92 12 J H Dunn 2380 18 Bherrlfl W U Telgph Co 87 79 23 Proceeds Note 965 May 34 93 24 Proceeds Note June 10 25 J II lItton July 9 26 JH Dunn 1055 26 Proceed Note 491 15 Aug 23 27 J M Duncan 63 80 17 Proceed Note 30 28 28 JH Dunn 8 10 Oct 5 Nat Bank Co tax 21 24 R A Noel Delq tax 10 00 27 27 Nathank tax 97 385 05 Clt 164 Town Lancaster Toll 18 fp Nov 5 Shernff Garrard Co 25oo op So Cit Nat Bank tax 98 847 66 Dec 7 J If Dunn back tax 18 lo ifi Sberrlff 6009 oo = rM colds better ATC 41 at tk week planting corn f good life Simpson 7 I ontin rcelved 1930 00 9 M 9S un Sf I 7 u I 1 r I igPnumopla1aippeeoths Strong Vista aiid Si out 1vIccar3T I I 10 18 16 19 Feby9 JnjrrlJTBAoelDe3qtax JM Duncan R F Paron Delq Proceeds sale Bonds Accouiii Int same Whitaker toll gate Eno Patterson cljc lc Pointer on Lan 43 39 oo oo 11 LAJT Hvidson toll house 13o oo 16 MUGH1 J W Poor 175 00 p 4 J B nunlers Shff 2G5 go Apr 13 Cash returned by J M Duncan 3oo oo Total fjulttt c j Expenditures Voucher Number To Whom Pild Amount Miss Minnie Dutton 2 12500 3 Louis Burnam Comt 4 JJoseph 100 1 5 JRHill4 9000 6 7 JJ Walker 600 8 Jno M Duncan 3 00 9 Central 10 Cent a1 Record 1 r a 11 12 13 RllerCo 00 13 Slier Co 275 14 JRHlli DO 13 Kill Matthews 150 16 Jas Whltaker 2675 17 J A Beazley 4 ro 18 Speed Mar eeN19 600 20 Jno M Duncan Comt 400 21 JnoM Duncan 10000 23 5 oO 23 JnoDonohue 300 24 RTWhlttftker 1100 23 James Ray Cold 26 WTNoel 6500 27 WherrittA Hudson 28 G B Swlnebroad 500 29 Miss Duttan 750 3j Jno it Duncan Comt I R A Burnside S3 81 32 GM Patterson 905 33 Electric Light Co 5 00 31 Bertha Burnsido 2 50 35 3 20 36 J Joanna 10700 37 Jno M Duncan Comt 4 00 3 00 39 R Stone 5 40 Same 1 00 41 Mike Salter 15 CO 42 Welch Wiseman fc SO 00 43 J vtwivi 2 50 44 BTMoss 1 50 45 SallieJlWhorpi OemH 4 00 45 300 47 DGulley 1600 48 JRHill 1000 49 Maggie Harris 3 00 50 Central Record 51 Jno McQuerry 53 DrH M Grant 24 50 J Jno M Duncan Comt 300 at w Bongo 2000 55 JasSptlmanTreas 274 00 56 Hiram Ray 1280 57 CD Walker 58 200 59 LLWalker 1000 60 Dai errm 100 01 300 62 34 25 63 Tom Wherrltt Comt COO 64 Smith Hurt 11 50 65 Jno M Duncan 300 68 Q7 16Sa- CS Mrs Sallie Thompson 470 69 1500 70 Jno Donohue 3 00 71 David Ross 475 72 8 50 73 Miles Che atham 2 25 74 2450 75 M E Prewltt Ie 00 76 MotIle Faulkner 100 77 SLAshley t 150 73 JRUill 10 00 7J 60 Toe Petty 81 82 G B Swinebroad 83 Hamilton 325 81 Alex Miller 85 Rice Benge 300 86 Tom Wherrltt Comt 075 87 500 88 David Rosa 10 00 89 Jno Floyd 125 90 91 DrNMays 400 92 R E Austin Director 55 00 93 Jno W Millar 540 91 9 CO 95 Geo Smith 500 96 J M Duncan Comt 300 97 98 JRHill 20000 99 280 100 J M Duncan Comt 6 CQ 101 103 Central Record 10 00 103 R A Burnside 225 00 101 695 105 6715 tOG JuoDonohue 107 JMDuncan 103 600 109 J M Higginhotbam 16900 110 LetcherOwsley 15000 111 Eliza Lusk 12500 112 DKBest 100 113 Jno Harris 400 114 prWNBush 2323 115 WmWard 5 00 116 Bony Cunningham 1 A3 117 Jas Ramsey 1200 118 5 0 i 119 13 15 120 JC Lackey 121 WTPherigo 00 122 28075 123 WTWest 95 124 J M Duncan Comt 125 J M Duncan Comt 126 300 127 Llnpqjn Guynu 5 85 129 R A Noel 1600 130 730 131 Tom Wherrltt Comt 6 00 132 BABurnslde 4 00 133 Bony Cunningham 1 00 134 Martha Beaaley 6 135 Harrison Dnnn 18 136 Herring 28 137 J M Duncan Comt 600 138 Central Record 200 139 JM Duncan Comt S 00 140 141 143 JasWhittaker 143 WT Noel 500 144 J M Duncan Oomt 0 Oo 145 12 00 146 R Klunalrd Jnsuranca 147 400 143 149 Walter Salter Batson 1 50 150 CO 151 TurpWbltUker 21 152 Bourne 15 25 153 JSOwsiey 125 00 154 Stewart Humber I co 155 J 8 Petty Soo 156 SllerCo 5 00 157 Slier Co 6 pq 158 W Hughs S 5Q 159 JMDnnoan 800 160 CB Owens 445 161 Central Record Soo 162 Jas Beazley 35 5o 163 RKiuuttLld 164 Alex Miller 10o 16 BettisA Clark 166 JMDnncan J Soo- Io7 168 Jno Donohne Soo 169 JMDuncan Goo 170 j 0 0 0 00 W 5o l 143 n sznIS i60 II 26 tU69 75 02 Z1 Jas Spilman 93 00 23 lIch J H DlplztUcl i C t oI I 150 00 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 00 1 MIlls ElIzl J Lusk 4 00 Yard 5 com Record 00 A J Iiammack lit o 4 00 Torn 2 Koebler Bros lR 00 2Q 00 COO J Joseph Rice Bongo 40 Cow R A Noel 3 50 S 00 1 G5 Harve GUI AlbertHouse C C Klnuard Com R A Burnilde J 00 J Herndon Len Vhlto B Benge J M Dnnorn 4 4 C l Norris 2 5 00 H 1 Slier Co R T Whittaker 85 25 Benge T Noel 1 SO R A Burnside RH Bat on 3 i0 J S Jas Whittaker 3 fO Tom Wherrltt G B Bwlnebroad SlIer Co 18 00 6 J R Hill 4 00 3 00 Jno Douohue T M Bookout 1 60 28 J A Bouley H C Wm Herndon 10 J 11 Duncan 7 Sam Davl 200 J Joseph Tom Wherrltt 6 Tom Wherrltt 75 6 LeaaveU 8 6 I 23 t 4 N 4I tax- I TF Wm CO 27 Whcr1tt ti 0 ThOmpson Wni W 0 VB i Woods t ii ito C 61 rot3 00 51 0 Tim Wool 4 1 jS1 192 195 1IJG 7 19S 2M 20S 213 rare fl rtiji evty 3oo- 17i Tpmwhejrjr fcCj4nft 173 W H yr cpijtt 2oo ta 174 jJ E 0ff 15oo 175 rip 2 25 W RKipiwIdAgt 1312 177 nn 4 oo 178 250 179 600 ISO KIngTemple J3 Thos LenviU 9 2o J M Dnncaa Comt Soo 183 3 oo Jack Hamxnnck 421 185 J D Chrissor her 2 00 WTNoel 87 oo lo J A AUIQII iO oo Bright Hcc ring Si 87 189 J M Duncan Couit 3 co RABurnside 225oo J M Durcttn Comt 333 J M Duacan Comt 2100 5j oo Jno Harris 2387 Eliza J Lusk li5 oo R Kinnaird Agt Co 00 19ft SmileyWalker 2 5o LetcherOwsley iSo 00 2fli Jno Harris 3 O8 283 Tom Wherrltt Comt 6o 2uS Central Record 2M J Joseph 4 on- 20R jo oo 207 147 o5- 20S AlexMUlur oo 209 us t o- 1S10 MKPrexvitt 21L MiltonSneed Tool 212 JamesHlll 3 so J M Duncan Comt 3 ob Henry Moore lo oo SIR J M Duncan 149 217 Rice Beige 7 JAAmmon si oo 019 77 2 oo- S20 KlngTemple n l Noah Marsee a lo 923 JuoDonohue 3 oo- Stf JM Duncan 15 g 226 W II Lackey 7 oo- S25 David Ross SJQ 226 RAStone 4 50 227 J M Duncan 300228 L Landram 20 oo 229 Wm Duncan 21 12 230 Robt Vhtttaker 5o oo 231 Jno M Daacaa Comt 5 co 232 Rank Lancaster 5oo oo 23S Bo y Cunningham a34 W A Parson 30 oo 255 WTNoel 28oo 236 SVanwInkle 12 oo 237 J M Duncan Corns 333 238 TCnrrey 5 25 239 Ct Nat Bank 1500 oo 240 Central Record 3 00 341 Tom Wherritt Comt 242 Hughe 20 oo 243 R H Batson 695 244 Jno Harris 300 245 J M Higglnbotham 4340 246 Hudson Wherrltt 60 00 247 J Joseph 248 Logan Ion SO 00 249 Smiley Walker 25 CO 250 J M Duncan Court 800 251 Jno Perry Sheriff 4 0 253 876 253 ME Prewit 15 00 254 J Duncan Court 200 235 M D Hughes 500 256 Jas Whitaker 257 Henry Preston 2 25 258 Taylor Raney 14 25 259 J M Duncan Court 500 290 Jn Donehue 300 201 Salllelrvln 262 Bright Herring 2000 263 Tom Wherrltt 6 00 264 Marshal Eason 2G5 8 T Leave 266 Whitaker 5000 267 J M Duncan Comt 300 2GS 500 2t9 R A Burnside 225 CO 270 Lackey Gulley 271 OW Shugars 5 OQ 272 Burnam 90 273 JM Duncan 333 274 200 275 MB Prewit 276 J M Dunean 300 277 Courier Joural Co 27 279 JJoseph 400 280 Logan Ison 6900 aSl 49 03 J83 ROBoine 11400 283 WTNoel 75 284 Jno Harris i 00 28ft Nut Bank Lancaster 4000 00 286 J M Duncan Comt 300 2 i7 J N Denny GOO 288 Ed Price c 00 289 Jas Whitaker 1C 40 290 a CS 291 TC Gully 16226 292 Garret wools 293 GB Swineutoad 500 2ttl JaB Ray 100 00 295 300 296 Garret Woods 9370 297 John M Duncan 21 18 00 299 Jno Graham 26 t 300 Tom Wherrltt ft 00 301 Robinson 6 CO 302 Ison Montgomery 81 7 303 T Currev sits 304 J 8 Eflminston 100 305 David Ross 620 300 FBGrow 6CO 307 Simpson 308 J 1400 309 Jas 7500 310 17 05 311 l 10 312 W Noel 313 Jno Donahue SOO 34 00 815 8D Gully 316 Robt Whitaker 317 Ji 318 JM Duncan Comf 3 H3 319 Lithcgpipji CQ ftj i J M nnnaan couit 300 321 RAStane 500 43 JMDuHcan moo 323 WWard 965 324 LetcherOwley 325 450 326 J M Duncan 500 327 WK Combs 17500 328 Eliza Ln k 12500 329 Hoary Moore 3W 730 s3i 400 332 LouIsBurnsidfl 333 Patterson 5483- l 334 JTRaney N3 75 335 Comt 306 WDunn 1S1 07 337 S549 338 Green Bryant S bo 3S9 340 500 841 343 D W Montgomery 8925 343 KlngTmple 1 620 344 600 45 Taylor Ray 7250 346 Bright Herring 7800 347 Ammond 10000 S43 JADotyPr t 8JBOOI 349 RHackley 500 80 350 8LGlhb4TresSM 50000 351 ow qhniwrs 152 J W Miller Prect 70000 ass JB Carter 50000 334 Wm 855 WTPherigo 6760 356 JM Duncan Comt 300 357 Cy Moberley 700 CO 358 Harve Kenedy 359 WMcJohBsroa 360 OWSboirara Comt 360 36 IfBPTfwHJ 19 f 2 2 J J Goo Ro 13 I P R L Davidson NIck Leavell I 250 I E Prewitt I 5 GV lIce Dr L Jno Donohue S 00 4 oNick Leaveli 6 oo C I J T Whittaker I B Jennings iii Tout Whcrritt oo n Uh 13 95 6 oo M D 4 10 C K Pondexter 00 5 50 100 R H 00 Lewis 23 00 35 00 J 50 Ed Koeter A Parsons si 00 V B Moss 2Q 75 RA Buinside T B W D a CO SParks TRay J H Dunn J IL Duncan 28 00 J M Duncan i 50 7 00 Ceo icy m 00 150 R A Stone 10 OQ J Joseph 00 G M J 3 Duncan S oo ot 80 Com R A Roil Conlt 4 50 J SI HoltzclAW J 500 Parson 62 50 1 00 11O 00 5 to- aST oT4 Duncan I I I I t m 31 2 M 51 56 7 55 00 no 93 G Rice Jas flay di Glass 1t Coo15 F 50 Coins 87 00 17 6 7 IV ioo Patterson 85 00 L S Jno 11 Duncan ai1J I AFTER USKS The trrcs rcmc J lor ntrvu prostration and su ieases 01 the r cnc railvs orgasm oitlier aez such rs Ni ci Iailireor MazihocL Inpotcncy Niphtiy iiraisrioas Youthful McntcJ Worry essres rse cf Tol ac o or Opiura which ieati to CtiESunptiors and Insanity WuU v ry 85 order we guarantee to cure or refund tc mono Sold t ilOO vr sox G boxes for 50O DI JSLOTT S C35IiajCAI CC CiovpJaiia GJio McRoberts Drug Store r HEALTH Jawn Los HOrs o 5 A VITALITY Florida Havana Solid trains finest in the South Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa Miami or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service to Nassau Key West Havana Santiago and San Juan Low rate round trip j The Train Service is wj2r r in detail Fast sched X ules 24 hours to Jackson 4 yule 54 hours ex Cincinnati to Havana 0PICincinnati yJ I ticket- sI eA 1 tz WCRl1EARSDN cIION O 0 perfect ta L e5flL c 3AiirIAGO 1 jjitH TA a r yrii1 1 qf0 TO MAivcfffui s j A New Discovery for the Certain Qe of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CEKTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS 310 North MaIn Street ST LOUIS MO STODEfcMES STORE JAm F BAllARD Sols Proprietor DRUG KiOTTS 1 They overcome Weak ness irregularity and increase and banish pains of menstruation arc LIFE SAVEES to at womanhood aiding development of organs and body No known remedy for women equals them Cannot do harm lifa becomes a BOX BY NAIL Sold by druggists Dr MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio McRoberts Drug Store PENNYROYAl P om1SSlons I zma vigor JM Sanders Martha Schooler JM Duncan Comt WWard liTandram J M Duncan Ephlllatt Duncan R A Noel t J M Duncan T M Johnson Jr GM Patterson Welcome Clark JX Dunn JM Duncan Green Bryant JH McQuerry Whitaker R A Burnslle Difference in M3 Tom Wherrltt J M Duncan JasSpllman Jr JasSptlman R Lewis Landram J M Duncan Tom Whirritt Comt Thos Woods R A Noel J M Duncan Comt R A Noel Comt S Parks J B Bouane Duncan Comt R A Stone Duncan DoWns Children It H R A Stone Pat Doolev Noah Marsee J A Ammond PTClark Motile Simpson Green Bryant E M Norman W H Wherrltt Allen Ray Tom Wherrltt Sanders Will Ray 25 00 4 00 2 SO 3395 UOOO 00 7oOC IS 1C 500 C 00 9 00 t oo 300 5 CO oo 31 00 5 oo 2 50 lo 00 loo 00 Ml oro lo oo 7 OO ei 75 CT 33 Y A Burton Jno Nelson lit Myers JM Duncan Com DGulley J A Beazley John Graham MEPrevdt WH Lackey Austin Wm Duncan JaWbltnkcr Logan Pftt Clark G 8 Gaines D Rosa JnoTaatum Frank Lackey J James Ray Tom Wherrltt R A Noel R Montgomery Geo Ray Anna Lane J A Amman Wm Denny R A Stone Roty WhUaker GM Patterson Jas WblUker Joe Cambell J M Duncan ME Prewit R ABurnsIde J M Duncan RSAmond T 8 McElroy Ed Koeler W G Anderson JDRay 81m Anderson XUiaJLunk 363 i25 364 2 500 3Gc 367 3 C2- 3GB 10 00 3li9 370 1 00 S7l J 500 372 400 10 0 4t o- 3ii 1 00- 37S Si 300 380 381 00 384 275 383 R H 3S1 G CO 38G S389 A Stone 390 50 3Jl 393 39t 395 396 3S7 1 I 39S oSlO J 31 4oo I 4o1 J I nat on 4o4 405 4o6 407 408 0O 409 oo 410 800 411 11 oo 412 2000 413 33 oo 414 600 415 11 5 00 So 00- ilS 1250- H9 2 75 42o 70 00- al1 no So fO R Whitker 7500 3 75 3250 426 400 R E no 429 35 oo 30 2J 00- n son 87 431 no 433 1350 434 1800 so 430 2 7o 437 i so 438 14 to 439 N Denney ISo o 440 5 ro 441 G 00 442 4 00 443 35 oo 350 00 446 47 1 00 448 21 2o 449 400 00 43 60- 4M 1 to- 45J So on 453 6 So 454 S 00 455 38 50- 45t Theo Currey 100 457 on 458 3 on 459 460 3 00 461 46J 2000 463 1780 461 t 50 465 50 00 466 00 C r i Ott- SslS 333 500 3d 373 GO- 37i t7i 57 2150 300 4 285 357 3 512 3d 4cc to5 5s 4101 417 Willie Ray 4 422 423 421 425 15 7- 5w 4S 17 84 Pat oo1ny 433 14 s 444 443 4oo i 4O I 5cm loon 6 cm- 41T CURE J31 Lstcher Owslcy 13o oo Clark 7 25 Logan Ison 2 oo Sam King 4 no Jtyers lo oo S Parks 34 oo U M Grant 37 5o- DGulley o oo Pat Dooley 13 oo lo oo J F Pettus XI 53 J M Duncan 4 oo same for Altrx Simpson TIMETABLES K C Branch Sonthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 11 m AV Northbnd Mixed i4 335 r x Northbud Passgr 252AJI Queen 3fe Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday SsWai m Number 6 Daily Stop 143 pm Number 4 Daily a m Number 2 dont stop 3 56p m SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop 1150 am Number Daily except Sunday 1115 am Number 9 Daily except Sunday 7 NamberS Midnight flajr 1142 p m Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Lr Lexington daily lltSAMandSsWPM Ar Washington 615 340 Philadelphia 1025 New York 1240 noon 908 Boston 8rf0px 715 A M Through sleepers to New York from Lexin ton John G Cnuner Ticket Agent Lexington Ky P C 470 171 172 I U 473 i71 175 4ii W T lherigo 48 480 ioooo o 00- IS Lornlda Noel 00 Total ti Southbnd A x Flag356 pm 7Oi U 433 439 47 479 Sool- s1 itt 23o j loSo2 1231 I 5 4 5 DEDICATION FAMOUS MONUMENTAT National Military Park OF THE KENTUCKY AT caiCKAMIfiA MAY 3rd 1899 From CINCINNATI and all point ta KENTUCKY vtath QUEEN AND CRESCENTROUTE mus w roto r 1 A34 gates r 5 r 0 LZXTOEELL DfvPar Zt chsttsaoe Tens LTIWIYPasrsadTjeketAgt 4d