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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 27, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899042701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 27, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mttm teste: year. LOUIS LAN DRAM, Publisher. Entered at the Post Office in Lancatter, Ky., as Second Class Matter NVXHER 4 - LANCASTER, KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APR1- 27. ! 4a Col. Thomas A. Davis, of OXE Y YES INDEED! We have theSwellest Line of Negligee Shirts you ever saw or ever will see at 50cts, $1. and $1.50, made in Every Style, attached and detached collars and cuffs. Ev ry color, shade and pattern that is Nice line ot white and Colored Puff Bosom Silk Shirts at $1.50. We are the people to interview if your Need Shirts. up-to-dat- e. McClures Magazine for May will inFor Rent, The large Lodge Room over Post! troduce a new writer, Mr. Booth Tark- office. Will make good offices. Call ington, of Indianapolis, with the open on W. T. West or W. MeC Johnston ing installment of a novel of present-da- y American life. The story is pro W. O. Bradley for particulars. nounced by those who have read it in Rev. I'aulcouer. manuscript as fresli and absorbing in Rev. Henry Faulconer will conduct plot and remarkably pleasing in its prayer meeting at the Baptist church atmosphere and spirit. lie will also preach at the Public Sale. Presbyterian church Sunday night. Judge J. C. Hemphill, who is admin- -' Take your old Buggy, Phaeton, Road istrator of his estate, Wagon and Surrey to W. J Romans will, on Friday, May f, sell at public and have them made new. we are outcry, 3 milk cows, some corn, baled turning out the best work ever done and loose hay, farming implements, W. J. Romans. in Lancaster. rockaway and harness, household and kitchen furniture. The sale will take Notice to Creditors. All those having claims against the place on the premises at 9 o'clock estate of Mrs. Catharine Leavell, A. M. dee'd., will please present them prop'Twas Ever Tim?. erly proven to J. C. Hemphill, Adm'r., The New York Sunday World could 0 or Wm. Herndon, Att'y. not print as much matter as is given The Recokd after the forms are made Barred Plrmothrocka. a I have a line pen of the above chick up and we are ready to print. Itsin ens, and will sell eggs at 50 rents per peculiar fact that persons bringing setting 01 id. xiiey are uiuuiuui ti.u, such matter are invariably the ones to splendid layers and mature early, whom we have been earlier in the Leave orders at AlcRoberts Drug Store, week begging, with tearful eyes, for R. W. McRoberts. items. tf grand-mother's ap-2- The Newspsjprr a Factor. New stock of these fine drapry pa the Mays- pers for mantle lamp shados etc. ville Ledger, puts the following que?, J. C. Thompson, tion : "Some people find out, when it is everlastingly too late, that a newspaper like the Ledger speaks to an audience of not less than 5,000 people 312 days in the year. This makes an aggregate or 1,500,000 auditors a year. How long would it take a ward politi cian to "have his say" with thatnuni- ber of persons? 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 Cutting Scrape. IJsn Guinn and Charlie Williams had touched unless it is in the office Tuesduel with knives on Battle Row Sun day morning. day in which both men were terribly To the North. slashed. Guinn got the hot end of the The Queen and Crescent Route has tight and it was thought for a time he inaugurated a service of observation would die. Both men are "dead game" cars on the famous Blue Grass Yesti-bul- e and the fight was a furious one. Guinn between Cincinnati and Lexingsometimes runs the engine In Tub ton. Free Parlor cars and Queen and Recoud office and, when sober, is a Crescent Standard Yestibuled day cood man, but wlien drinking is a coaches. 4 trains daily to Cincinnati warm number. with close connection with all trains north. Local Option Election Valid. Queen and Crescent trains are withThe Court of Appeals of Kentucky out a peer In the South. 17 miles has affirmed the judgement of the shortest line, unequalled train service. Mercer Circuit Court in the case of W. W. C. Rinearaon, General Passenger A. Bottoms, holding that the elect Agent. ion, voting whisky in the Harrods-bur- g Colored Recruits. district, is volid, notwithstanding the whole county had voted favor The War Department has wired Lt. Any district in a W. T. Johnston, recruiting officer at ing prohibition. county can take a vote on the whisky Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored apquestion, and the majority in the plicants for Cavalry and Infantry serdistrict governs that district accord vice, sending the former toFortGrant, ing to this decision. Arizona, and the latter to Fort Douglass, Salt Lake City. This is On. Put Him opportunity for young colored A petition was circulated this week men to get into the regular Army. asking the City Council to either put Recruit for white Infantry and Cavalon a night policeman, or change the ry regiments are also wanted. Apply present day man's time from day to to Lieut. W. T. Johnston. night duty. The citizens are tired of Main St. Lexington, Ky. being annoyed nearly every night, and, Literary Note. furthermore don't care to keep their "Princess Nadine," by Christian bodies and property in danger of stray Reid, the complete novel in the May bullets. There is little need of a Lippincott's Magazine, apa ay man. L,et- a leuow no the same issue of peals strongly to every lover of romanshooting in the day time that is done of at night, and the citizens would hang ce. The introduction the the Princess at him to the electric light in and Battle of Rosesat Nice, where she the Park. d is fittingly framed by a of roses, and where she is Contest. seen for the first time by a wealthy There will be a contest in elocution Central American, who Is to influence the Chapel of thu Graded School her after-lifin surely compels attention. building. Friday, May 5, at 7:30 r. m. That this man, whose indifference to Admission ten and til teen cent?. The sex is exceptional, should improceeds will be useu in defraying the the fair peril his life for her seems but natural, Railroad expenses of the pupils who as we see, combined with the charmhave entered the various contests in ing personality a character unspoiled the Blue Grass Graded .School Tourna by adulation; sympathetic, faithful, ment, which meets tin-- ; yearatSonv and brave. The story can be said erset. All arc invite.i to come out truly to be among the best work of and hear the pupils recite, and thus this popular writer. aid the pupils and touchers in estab The Busted Bust. lishing the fact that the pupils of our A maid with a dmter Graded School can enter contests with Once nsadu a great blaster A dii!tiu a bust In the hall; other schools and acquit themselves And when it was dusted creditably. The program will be in The bust it was busted. And the bust uow Is dust terspersed with good music. That is all. anex-cellent Russo-Americpink-tintesea-she- ll e, Another Battlb Row Shooting. Saturday night while Mag 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 Iflectlug. this, Thursday, evening, at 7 o'clock. All brethren asked to be present. The lodge has so much work on hand that it has become necessary to hold called meetings. Handling Hats and Headgear Generally in great Quantities as we do. we have estsblished relations direct with the Maniifac-tuerThus Saving for the patrons of our house the average 25 per cent profit of the Jobbers from whom alone the ordinary retailer must buy his goods. Our 1.00 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 Boy's and uniiai ens uiouiing at prices that stump all competition. A Base Ball Cap and Belt, given free with each Suit from 2.50 up. s. Logan Champion Robinson. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 9.-- A Paint Iilck Enterprise. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting with ready sale every where. Persons who have used it say it's a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula, Polevil, Swinncy, Scratches. EnlargeNew Stund. ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on We are now in our new building, a written guarantee, and money re3 corner Crab Orchard and Campbell funded if not as represented. streets, better prepared than ever to Handsome Toa:n. furnish Flour in exchange for wheat. n. B. Northcotthas received a handFarmers, bring on your grain and get a good turnout of flour second in qua! some and substantial delivery wagon, to which he works a pair of beautiful ity to none in the state. 2t Potts Buos, sorrel horses. Mr. N. is a splendid business man and is a great friend to Fa' Your School Tax. the raisers of poultry and produce. The Garrard Circuit Court has de His ice wagon will commence running cided that the Lancaster Graded Com- soon, and he will deliver the very best mon School is on a legal basis and that quality at the lowest price anywhere the school tax must be paid and un in town. less paid at ouce levies and sales will Horse Show Day. be made. By order of the Board of The big display of stallions at April E. W. Harris, Coll'r. Trustees. court is almost a thing of the past. "Next!" People are breeding to nothing but Henry and John Duncan have con the finest animals now, ana few peo solidated their shops and are now in ple cara to own an expensive horse. n on the the old stand over rowelFs store, cor There were probably ner Public Square and Lexington streets Monday, but the rain kept the street. Polite attention, sharp razors, crowd from giving them much atten clean towels and many years experience tion. We regret that press of time tf, prevented our getting a list of them fit them to do the best of work. ap-1half-doze- Lancaster Lodge 104, F. & A. M., will work in the Fellow Craft degree, Louisville on May 8th, fth and 10th, should be well patronized by the people of Kentucky, Tennessee and Southern Indiana. It is an enterprise that commends Itself to all lovers of music, as well as to those who are interested in the general development of Louis2. ville and surrounding territory. Worthy Enterprise. The Music Festival to be held in Iters. See them fore you place your order for Machines. J. S. HASBLDBN. Xew and Soasonable Goods. and 18 inch Disc Harrows, Two horse Moline Champion Corn Planters, near the lecture on Japan May 2t One Horse Corn Drills, Tongue- - and Draw-O- ut Lovely Crepons at Joseph's. Before selecting your Parasol, see Tongueless Cultivators, First degree work at K. P. lodge toh Cultivators, Double night. the pretty ones at Joseph. Shovels etc. For sale at bottom prices Our Ladies Slippers are beauties. by Ladies, see the pretty Dimities at J. C. Robinson. " Joseph's. R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. Good for Keg. Joseph has a beautiful line of GingA No. 1 Milk Cow for sale. In the agreed case to test the valid hams, Madras, Piques and Lawns. ity of the law under which circuit T. Currey. clerks collect fees in felony cases, the Late styles of sash buckles 2oc up- Will give ctsfldozen for eggs this court has decided in favor of the Thompson the Jeweler. week--. H. B. NORTIICOTT. clerks. It is good news for all of the clerks. It will save "Keg" Buggy and Surrey harness very cheap Machine Needles and Ofl Mason, several hundaed dollars. W. J. Romans J. C, CgON. 1G One-HorSpike-Toot- Ready for Business. Come and give your measures and be- V save a few dollars. Best quality, at shoddy prices, from Wanamaker and Brown and Howard Tailoring company. You can get the first choice by coming now and order suit to come when you want it. Suits, tailor-mae- d from $10. to $30. Suits $7.50 to $20. Come while I am at home. Fit and quality quaranteed. M. D. Hughes Agent. All wool. Ready-to-we- T -- T fe. --- "5 nighest price in cash or trade for your Eggs, at T. Currey'sfcxJ Large line of whips and lap dusters J. R. Haselden. harness, harness, If you want a good saddle cheap, see Harness, prices. J. R. Haselden. J. r. at low Haselden. We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets. J. A. Beazley & Co. Our Carpets and Matting will astonCarpets in the roll. W. I. Williams, Col. W. G. Welch. ish you. R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint J. A. Beazley & Co. Stanford. Lancaster. Lick. The City Council meets Monday We have the prettiest line of Men's night. Go tell 'em your troubles, they WELCH & WILLIAMS Shoes and Clothing in Paint Lick. never hear any kicking. R. L. Jennings & Co. Fancy Clover and Timothy nav Closing out our flower seed. Ver sold and delivered anywhere vin town low prices for two weeks. by G.S. Gaines J. C. TnoMrsoN. Post up on history by hearing Dr. Wanted 10,000 pounds of Wool. Kubota at Court House Tuesday evening May 9. Highest market pricerv. ap27-2- t 411 business attended to promptly H. B; rtneott. A. Dr. Seimaro Kubota Tuesday, May 9th. at Court House Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. cott Waited. Car Iron and "Boes. H. B. North- Sum- mer Dress Goods in Upper Garrard. R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. Prettiest line of Spring and BEAZLET & BAUErEMAH. The largest and best line of Buggies, Surries, Pheatons and Road Wagons ever seen in Lancaster. Prices are rock bottom. W. J. Romans. S. D. Merritt, who has been running the electric light plant, has taken a Rev. Massee is conducting an Interjob with the plant at Richmond. Wes esting meeting at the nerrlng school ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM Zanone is now running the machinery house, on Danville pike. Rev. Massee to a queen's taste. is a fluent .speaker, and a mighty good man. SPECIALTY. BALMING Clipping. Horses neatly clipped by a new ma The Best on thsJHarket. just received. &c. chine your horse clippedPrice, $1.50. Hoosier Corn PlanterV Brown CulFurniture, Carpets, Have and it will tivators, Johnston Rollerfearring Disc help his appearance 100 per cent. Harrows, Deering Bindersand MowLancaster, Ky. ers. Arnold & Hamilton. GS.rAINKS. Building Lot. If you want to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres cheap. T. Cuiikey. ' x I wish to rent out the property belonging to Mrs. Susan Fisher, on Lex- ngton street. Possession given im mediately. J. w. Sweeney. Good Lector. It is regretted that more of our people did not attend the lecture by Mrs. Barker Monday night. It was one of the best ever given in town. Protracted meeting. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ap-27- tf Dr. Friizce 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. II. C. Jennings and many other people in Garrard. Dr. Rare Opportunity. Music lovers will have an opportu- Frazee is a candidate for the demonity of hearing some of the greatest cratic nomination for Commissioner artists of Europe and America at the of Agriculture, and has strong chances Louisville May Festival on May 8, 9 all over the state. He's a line gentleand 10. No expense has been spared man and makes friends wherever he to make the five concerts of the Festi- goes. val as attractive as possible. 2t Burglars. Sunday morning a window in back High? How's This for Some of the numerous midnight of Jimmie Beazley's furniture store prowlers completely demolished the was found prized open, with the sash lock broken. Search failed to show large arc lamp on Danville street George Smith's. A huge rock any goods missing. A watch was kept was thrown through it and the lamp for several nights, but no one returned. completely wrecked. This is but a As the town is wholly without police sample of the many depredations car- protection during the late hours, an expert burgular could go into every ried on in town almost every night. business house on the square without being delected. musical Festival. A single fare for the round trip to Dr. Seimaro Kubota, formerly of Louisville and return has been secur- Tokio, Japan, will deliver a lecture at ed on all railroads during the Music the Court House Tuesday night, on Festiyal to be given there May 8th, 9th h!s country, her people, manners and and lOlh. The opportunity to visit customs, progress of Christianity, reLouisville will be the best of the year, cent war between Japan and China, and the greatest singers in America and war between the United States will appear in the Festival, ap 27-and Spain. It will be illustrated by many beautiful views and is recomCounty Court. mended as quite Interesting. Part of Monday was rainy, cold and disagree- the proceeds will go to the Lancaster able every way. A good many people Christian church. Admission 25 cts. were in town though. Yearling steers Tickets on sale at McRoberts' dri-brought from $14 to $30, a few hogs store. aP 27-sold for 3ic and Bowen Fox bought go la Boyle. Didn't two or three mules at from $40 to $90. The grand jury finally adjourned at No horse sales of importance were made, the old plug having seen his three o'clock Wednesday afternoor, without having returned any indictday. ments against the fire insurance comLaandry WoTk. panies. Determined efforts were made Mrs. Carey 'Anderson, who made a to indict the companies and the fight wide reputation on laundry work at w'as not given up until the last minCrab Orchard Springs, now lives at toll ute. Some of the jurors were stubgate on Crab Orchard pike near Lan born, however, and nine out of the caster, and will take work at- - reason- twelve could not be brought s to favor able prices. She makes a specialty of it. If the Court of Appeals upholds law. may lace curtains, shirts, collars, and cuffs, the Boyleindictments term be returned in at a later of court. shirt waists, bonnets, etc. tf. Advocate... 2t 4s. 4&. SkSRS' - 4. fffit 7$? 7 Special Dress Goods Sale. 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 undoubtbe edly will the greatest bargain you will find this Season in Dress Fabrics. Wash Dress Goods, We are showing handsome line of White and Colored Piques, Organdies, Dimities Lawns, Ginghams, Cotten Covets, Homespun, Linens etc. New Styles in Shoes and Slippers. You should see our line of Ladies, Men's and Childrens Shoes and Slippers before you Ladies Tailor-Ma- de Suits We have a few Ladies Tailor-Mad- e Suits left, will close out at a bargain. $8. Suits at 5. 10. Suits at 6; 12. Suits at 8. 20. Suits at 12. buy. The styles and prices will surely interest you. LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY. " ' r--i Mk. - If I CENTRAL RKOOBTJ LOUIS EVEBt WEEK BY ttA.2IDTLA.3f, Publisher. KENTUCKY, LANCASTER, P., KINNAIRD, INSURANCE. HBP s S Nancy Hanks has dropped a colt by . Imp. Meddler. often first appears This fearfuK disease YBAK, IS ADVAMCX. OKS The blankets issued to the soldiers Fatally in Hlne as a more cratch, a pimple " .. .no Six months fcsa-t'2!S THRRR " EepsBfltiiijFdteTbjjijiafe.: " . .25 of our army cost the government $3.40 v Kentucky's Convict l'urole Law. home. Driven the hreaSt. too smaii w each. A notice, until m many cai Frankfort, Ky., April 20. Circuit Ol TOO i! Whipped Foar Women, Judge CantriH, of state fiscal court, rhl tccappers April 27, 1899 For cough and colds there is no medTIIULIG7AY, digoace is fully developed Aetna, Burned Their llnme nml )rlTel icine so eHUvi- as C msssrfs IIoum t Tuesday Cancer can not ue cureu u u, virulent moronic decided unfrn-t'.tuFound at Last. Them to Leave tbe Locality. Cure of Tar. It is the ideal remedy. Price, Queen, tional the convict parole law wii.ch .x.ia because the disease is a ntion. Some members of the sixty-nint- h 25 cents and 50 cents. on the Kentucky statute books Palatine, routrhoiit the system, ana nraiouim iliDDLEsnoBO. Ky., April 22. White- - been the blood, circulating poison in cut away, mo C, C Sz J. E. Stormes. the .,mr mav UOout afresh, with New York volunteers have sued the National, lm caps took Lucinda Davis and three for 3'ears. but which has been inopera(ho Ss,rn or ulcer known L. & N. railroad foivdamages by being mtrfJv breaks i An exc'iange asks tho Governor to daughters Wednesday night from their tive until the present prison commisHartford, nois-.remains bruised up in a wreck, or some other name a sparrow sioners came into oflice. The suit to day, in which a gener home in Powell's valley, and after se rtnov'Al violenco. M d Di leware, curing obstinate1,slight cauSe. We suppose a jury Will, al test the case was brought by John C. destruction of the" D2sts shall hf verely beating them, burned their Dugan, of IScll county, who is serving The womierim enrvwss nr Snsidored incurable, induced a tew Milwaukee, of course, give judgment against the made. Not a daughters house. The woman and diseases bad idea. the Skill of road, is, they always do. But what a 21 year sentence here for the murder Conneticut, urmsuftercrs oJtiy itfoi S. S. wotcS nhniit, tho cnachns muMlnt.arl. hrnfcnn A mare by Mambrino Patehen and were given 24 hours to leave the coundpligUt Continental, ty. There were ten whitecappers. of a brother of Congressman Colson. b ??d have beon bred t0 When they paroled by the comand in some cases rendered worthless came to the Davis home Dugan had been Glens Falls, Dare this season. This speaks two men prison warden refused by the hoodlum soldiei-s- , and the pas Chester ranidlv, and it was soon demonstratea fired on them from ambush. mission, but the German American, well for the saddle horse. to recognize it. mow 5KgKSL.osSfc. nan sengers insulted by the tough mem without results. The fire was return uau;iui uuu. i nnr. n fiiroluviuuiiuu . Phenix of Brookljn, By allowing tho accumulations in ed, and goinr later to the spot, there for deadly Uanccr. bers? The railroads get the hot end Foremost Racing Man Dead. New York Underwriters, of which everything, and the way they are uie ooweisiu remain, tne enuresystem was evidence that some one had been Ky., April 24. The foremuiated which is incontrovertible, Louisvn.i.K, of Liverpool & London & Globe. sued by greedy money grabbers and 1S poisonoo. uowiws kittle jaariy shot. The party, however, had fled. the following is a specimen : most racing man in America and the i!!iora roguiate tne bowels. Try tuem is hereditary in our family, my father, a g jack-le" Cancei lawyers is becoming exceed- man who has done more for the sport North British & Merchantil o Forty Years In the l'oorhoase. tins and fcJ aunt having died from when the else, such was Col. M. a People sooui to ana yu W1U aways use tnem. ingly d.sgusting. Wiluamstown, Ky., April 20. Grant than any one T Mytcelinjra may be imapned Stormes Irug Store. suiIt was think railroads huvo HQ rights, and lm etna Lifglns. Co. of Hartforfl,ConD disease made its appearance on my side. a way as county has an inmate in her county in Lewis Clark, who committed inwfilly n such Fri in Memphis, Tenn., For $300 a year a man can in Japan, firmary who has probably been in the cide when tUy euh'tu Into court pleading mtllsimut Cmcer, seemed bsyond i)9 He was the author o oiuss creat alarm. The disease for what Is justly due them, In ninety- - pay for a house, food and twoservants. poorhouse longer and cost the county day night. .Vkill of the doctors, for their treatment did no cocj rules You Are Going North, In all parts of Cuba two crops of nine out of a hundred cases they are more money than any other pauper of nearly all the racing Cancer Rowing worse a l the whatever, tha sins. s. M. IDOL. of the first atire by outrageous verdicts. The bacco are raised every year. the state. Her name is Min now in vogue, the founderthe first man Numerous rcmeaies were used for it but the American Turf congress, " You Are Going South, jdilv until It seemeu is especially volunteer soldiers destroyed thousands Spring plowing has commenced, erva Liarnett, and she has been a o "rs o the famUy 'foV I If no" how deadly Cancer to prepare a uniform scale of weights ). -- Vi inlip'"-- 1 I was advised to try Swift's Spooificuntil 1 hadwinch, from the of dollars' worth ot property tor HUN- L'roat care should betaken that the pauper for nearly 40 years, entailing and the inaugurator of stakes and takpn eighteen You Are Going East, I continued its use niads h)r wjilch the cinupaiiJOfi will re- work horses are carefully groomed an expense to the county of about S3 races out the poison l',lr-:-.v that are now louoweu every i ,.,,n, tm.l well, and Iiavo had no symptoms of the r Three ceivo no coiopeusntion'wliatever. each day. Neglected care is detri per week, or nearly S4,000. S. S. S. is the only cure nllirli;:j. th..u-- h many yinrp WYV vi--You Are Going West: children have bee"n born to her in that where. mental to the horse. The Funeral of CoL M. Lewis Clark. for C.iucer..M:i3 S JL Idol, u inston. in. time, all of whom have always been b.VM hosk, tlie negro who muniorcu Tneso j10rrid flts 0 depression, mel- and are yet inmates of the county in PURCHASE TICKCTS VIA THE Louisville, Ky., April 23. The Our bwk on Cancer, containing other testimonials and valuable information, will bo sent free to any address by tho Swift Specific a farmor near Palmetto, Ga ten days- ancholy, low spirits, and sudden irri- - firmary. She is now about 00 years of funeral of Col. M. Lewis Clark, the ago unci criminally assaulted his vie- tabllity, that sometimes atllict even Comxuiy. Atlanta, Georgia. age, weighs 350 pounds and looks like well known racing judge, who killed tun S wire, was taken iroin tne jail at cood tempered people, is duo to the she might outlive most of the present himself in Memphis Saturday, took place here Monday at 11 o'clock from tor is. T,iic.v fi row. has returned to Newnan, Ga., Sunday afternoon and blood being permeated with black bile. generation. the home of his aunt, Mrs. Hampden his home in Decatur, 111. .. .Mrs. Dr. burned at the stake, liefore the torch Ilerbine will purify the blood, restore Sensational Duel at Fatlorah. was applied, his ears and lingers were health und cheerfulness. Price, 50cts, Zane. Rev. Charles E. Craik, of Christ visited her dan . I'ADUCAU, Ky., April 22. A sensa oh". After death Ins heart and irs. A. D. ronusqi.uesi.-wLu.-i ). Ford, last week. cut 'U. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm church cathedral, officiated. Many Louisville a Nashvillc R. R. , tional duel took place here Thursday friends of the dead turlman were pres snout a part of liver and other parts of the body were wrilimr. .Inscnliinc Hill V broken-windehorse is rarely simnson! last" eoi: with hor cousin here, llrac removed and the remains cut to shreds. seen W, ent, and a great mam- - handsome floral vr- .Im r,r vv in Norway. A bucket of water is afternoon ou the street between Dr. c.mw.... J. M. Saundeis attended The negro confessed the murder, and always placed within his reach when T. Graves, a prominent physician and a designs were sent. four snouts .ortH. n .o;i.,:lin.T n vour town dawn hisses Edna b'cott, Emma Najior and aid the crime had been committed for feeding, and the animal alternately member of the board of health, and The Maximum Safety, The fanners are rushing from Post mast ct W ountlrcl in a Fight. Mis. John Lane, at tended preaching twelve dollars, naming a colored takes a mouthful of hay and a sip of Wm. Hank, a druggist. Dr. Graves i! fini: r.if !iinr j iifMr t'mvw in. Louisa, Ky.. April 25. Shenlf Keel " " had been notified by Hank to keep his at Mt. Hebron, Sunday.... We are sor- preacher as the man who paid him. It water. The Maximum Speed, UH). lirow una .iaci: j inner went u one younir man ot tin children and dog away from his drug of Pike county, shot and probably fa to K;u. vicinity "did not. want to go to church is true the crime Hose is said to have Lock No. 8. Thiirsdav, o i busines. If you do not want the chickens in store. The two men met in front of tally wounded Postmaster Cline, at is diabolical in tho ex The Maximum Comfort, Valley. i,.,c! Sundav: but had to go in ins "i.ip s committed the garden, take some of the garden the store and drew pistols and began Pikcvllle, Saturday. Cline was fight Mr. Payne, of treme, but such treatment of a humau to them. Refuse cabbages are a de shooting at each other. Dr. Graves ing James Sowards, the prosecuting atpiace. out a large strawberry patch. 5itit set being in these days of civilization is a light to them, and so are other veget was shot threo times and seriously torney of Pike countv. Keel and a The Minimum Rates. IIav- You Had tho firip? to say to the Stone corres-pjdedisgrace to the country. deputy arrested Cline and he attempt ables, when green stuff is scarce. For wounded. If vou have, you probably need a re not foel able to that we do ed to strike the sheriff with a knife. the little trouble you take you will be Rates, Time and all other Information win Death of Rev. Robert Ryland. percliase the goat hide. If we were liable medicine like Foley's Honey and shot, Keel A l'AUTY of amateurs were playing well repaid. Lexixotos, - Ky., April 25. Rcr. in his fired one may which took effect lie cheerfully furnished by to heal your lungs and stop the .able lo do so, we would just subscribe Tar die. head. He the "Confederate Spy'- at Detroit the Little, neglected scratches and Robert Ilyland, probably the oldest C. P. ATMORt, a. P. A.. for Tub Ukcokij instead of corres- racking cough incidental to this dis other night and one of the borrowed Or W LOCISVHXE. KV. Soldier Commits Suicide. lm guns contained a charge of buckshot wounds frequently result in blood- - Baptist clergyman and edueatpr in the ponding for it. And we suggest as he eas?. C. C. & .T. E. Stormes. , MoiiEiiKAD, poisoning. Better heal them quickly United States, died here Sunday, aged April 25. Wm. II, merchant, that he will buy the jxo.t.iuys, J.I.Hanilton, J.E.ROMSSON is a hen the soldiers tired what they sup with De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, a 04. He was one of the pioneer educa Wcddington suicided Sunday in Elliott . goat hide. posed to be blank loads, a young man Wedding-to- n c application with tors of Virginia. He was for 23 years county, near Martinsburg. thoroughly fell dead, the buckshot haying pene a record of always curing piles, old ul president Richmond college, and, dur Hap, Hamilton & BoltaD, your town last N. Crow was in was drinking, and in a despondent NOTARY PUBLIC, trated his bieast, This accident is cers, sores, cuts, wounds and skin dis ing much of his time, also pastor larg- state put a bullet through his head Win. week having his eyes reated deplorable, but if a few such guns BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY est African church in the world, 3,000 Ue was the son of Wedding-toTvj'St and family spent last Sunday Attorneys and Counselors at La vr, eases. Stormes Drug Store, lm could oe loaned tne average companies members, nearly all Virginia slaves. David of Elliott county, and was recentwith Wm. Wall and funiiy There Is no bettor floor than one of He taught them orally every Sunday. ly mustered out of the 4th Kentucky Lanfl. Surveyor ani LANCASTER, KY. of professional hurn-s- t orincrs now pran- for Logan, after a .short stay with his sis- cing over the American stage, it would celn(mt in.the uoultry ll0USe- - KeeP t regiment. Plot Against Bis Wife. prove a great blessing for the sulfering covered with tine sand or loam, which AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Cigars Seized at Louisville. Barboursviixe, Ky., April 23. R, public. Good actors, like honest poli will become mixed with the droppings Jorday was Friday sentenced to tea Louisville, Ky., April 20. Forty is they are made, and so increase the ticians, are very scarce these days. amount of fertilizer and make it easy years in tho penitentiacy for conspire thousand more cigars were seized by acy to criminally assault. Jordan in Collector Sapp Monday, making in all FIRE anft LIFE INSURANCE The Walnut street Baptist church. to handle. duced a friend tp enter his wife's room 50,000 which he has taken, owing to the most influential in Louisville, has If you are interested in horses, you a,t night it) order that Jordan could get the fact that they are in boxes covered decided that no one ''interestod in the should subscribe for the American A divorce. The room being dark, Mrs. with counterfeit revenue stamps. The SPRINGFIELD nfilprv manufacture and sale of intoxicating Stock Farm. Lexington, Ky. The Jordan was unable to distinguish Jor seizure will be continued vigorously FIRE AUD MARINE liquor" ahall be admitted into mem price is $2.00 per year, but you can se- dan's friend from her husband. and from present indications Collector INSURANCE COMFANY. bership in that church, and that any cure it from now until January 1, 1900 Sapp expects to seize 200,000 cigars in Roeber ChaUenges Ilyder AIL Louisville. member who is engaged in the liquor for $1.00, if you will mention this paLouisville, Ky., April 25. Ernest mar30tf business must change his business per when writing. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO Satisfied With His Coffin. n Roeber, the champion within twelve months or withdraw fil!EEXUl People who have once taken fe. wrestler of the world, Sunday issued a. Ky., April 25. Wm. SaulsOF NEW YORK. from the church. Old booze is catch Witt's Little Early Risers will never tomb made challenge to Hyder Ali, "The Terrible bery, who had an ing it in the neck from all quarters, have anything else. They are the near his home, has ordered a metallic Gives Turk," for a match to a finish, Robinson &UaniiIton Agts -and the action of the church is only a "famous little pills" for torpid liver style for the world's champion- cofiln and had it fitted in the tomb. Office ovei Fost Office. sample of the way the temperance peo and all irregularities of the system. ship. Roeber stands ready to post a lie had the cofiin brought in the house ple arc gaining ground all over the so he could see it, and expressed his :: : Lancaster, Stormes Drug Store, 500 side bet. lm country. satisfaction. He has never been able If manure is put on sod it can be Equalization Chances. to go out and see the tomb. The old ORGANIZED 1833. hauled out as fast as made, if well Fbankfort, Ky., April 23. The state gentleman is failing rapidly. Richmond, Judge Scott has de Solubility is an important board of equalization Friday passed on under scattered. clared unconstitutional the law PITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, Ended Life With a Knife. point, and it can never be soluble un- tne ioiiowmg counties: Clarke, no which vagrants have been put up and Best spring medicine. til decomposed. If dumped in hea; s change; jessamine, raised one per EwiNO, K3, April 24. JakeRodgcrs, U OF EA50A3TEB. JY. sow. sifting it do jBsst to a une point, Low It makes the weak strong. we must nq aged 50 years, committed suicide by until it becomes fit for cent, lands, town We sell and recommend it. it looks as if the judge is right, but plant foodwait the crops derive ayiy change;onCasey, no change lots before Johnson, cutting his throat with a pocket knife what will be done with the trifling fel fropi it. raised two per cent, on lands and ten He was despondent because of ill Capital, lows if they are not worked this way? benefit health. Mothors! Beware of those secret per cent, on town lots. It is a great expense to keep them in Surplus Fund "Real Estate King" Dead. Investigating Poolroom Case. a jail and feed them. If some legislator robbers of your baby's quiet and Frankfort, Ky., April 24. James Those sleepless nights and health. Louisville, Ky., April 23. The wants to place a feather in his cap let BUSINESS SOLICITED. him frame and have passed a bill cov long hours of tiresome vigil are caused grand jury is still continuing its in Norral, the colored "real estate king" Careful and Prompt Atteatt on Qaaraiitea7 by those terrible enemies of childhood vestigations of the alleged operations of this city, is dead of Bright's disease. ering the vagrancy question. worms. jJestioy ana remove tnem of poolrooms in Louisville recently. He was one of the wealthiest colored I. X. HIQ8INB0THA1C Preildea It has been examining a great number men in Kentucky. A Disi'ATcn from Owensboro says with White's Cream of Vermifuge. Lewis Y. Liatbll. Price, 25 cents. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. of witnesses, among them Mayor Chas. Mustering Out Bate. the grand jury there returned indict B. F. Huoaox CAsblei insurance ments against seventy-nin- e The annual report of the statician P. Weaver. Frankfort, Ky., April 23. The T. O. ElQNST Assistant Cash'i Kentucky Trust Company. Kentucky volunteer infantry will be companies, but "no indictments were of the department of agriculture snows Bookkeepei Fbaxkfout. Ky., April 22. The Cen mustered out of service at Savannah CD. Walxxb returned for gaming, selling liquor on that there has been a decrease of 295,004 Sunday, running immoral houses, pis- - in the number of horses in the United tral Trust Co., of Paris, filed articles Ga., on May 10. Gov. Rradley havin 111 DIRECTORS: tol carrying or murder." Such juries statesduringthe year, but the average of incorporation Friday with John T. received a telegram to that effect from are not calculated to do much good for value has incrcaced from $34 20 $37 40 Ilinton, capitalist and politician, as Adjt. Gen. Corbin Friday. S. 3f . HlaOINBOTHA M, I.BWI8 Y. LXAVBLL, the Commonwealth aud are not worth per head. The total value of farm ani- - chief incorporator, and W. C. Wood, of J.S.JOHMION, T.ai.AXMOLD, their salt. mals is estimated at $1,5)97,010,407, an Carlisle, and K. R. Ailed, of Augusta. S.C. Arnold, Jb. B.F.Hudson. BECOMING A MOTHER. of $108,355,482 or 5.7G percent., associates. Capital stock S25.000. increase &LXX.QIBBS, J. J.Walxbb A report has been sent out from nuring the year. Dr. Graves May Recover. A Sure Way to Avoid Danger. Jacob Y. Sobixson. Hradley is organ Frankfort that tiov. It makes no difference how bad the Paducau, Ky., April 24. Dr. W. T. Everv true woman wants to be R-ate- s izing a Eoosvelt boom for president, wound if you use De Witt's Witch Graves, who was Friday shot in a street (nother. A baby is the dream of her life The governor was asked by the Couri- Hazel Salye; it will quickly heal and fight by Druggist Will Hank, is rest crowning glory of womanhood tl10 Queen Crescent Xtouto from all Hn itpui iu ciuuuu iuu uinuivi lpoVP no SCir ing easy, with good chances of recov- true happiness can never be known 1 without the blessinzs a child brines, 13 1 points, to tliO rey. and lie saiu: "i am Dooming no man Stormes Drug Store. Yet the ordeal through which all for the Presidency, ana nave never Jockey Bryant Pead. mothers must pass is so lull ol pain The Harrodsburg Democrat talked B jBb S. Convention contemplated such action." Lexington, Ky., April 2a Clarence anxiety and fear, that many a young Mr. Robert Elliot, a successful farmer ' lifeia sacrificed because of tho inability 4 t W it t jjp Atlanta Ga., April 26-2, J of the Bostonia neighborhood. Mon- . r undergo the struggle of childbirth, who rode many winners for the late to Tt U not nwessarv to suffer in brine- w.u.ncajear.. fl Tlle farmers are plowing from Brya,n McClelland, life into the world. I suffered for 25 years with a cough, sun-u- p till sun down and if the weath night, aged 21 years, died here Friday ing new iMnfViav'a kVionn " t.ho By the Confederate R Reunion Biiffpr. ..an rt 1 and spent hdndreds of dollars with Cr remains fair, will soon be planting Charleston, S. C, May 10-1ing and danger can be avoided, and Our Fine Rod Durham Bull A Brakeman's Terrible Fate. mediclde to no avail corn," Mr. Elliot said. Wheat in his doctors and for tho hour robbed of its "dread and pain. PjNEVlLLE, Ky April 22. Scott Pe Thia remedy is praised by thousands Will make the present season on neighborhood is looking tine and the until i usea ur. lieirs lj i I our farm, 2 miles from Lancaster Convention ey. it nas saved my lire, J. j. itoseu. erass will soon do to pasture. Those try, a brakeman, on the Louisville A who have tested it. Every woman anxious to learn how to avoid the Grantsburg, 111. McRoberts Drug farmers that sowed their clover in Nashville railroad, was run over by a pain and suffering which may be in on new Danville, pike, and will Louisville, Ky., May 11-1Store. lm. February have a good set, but those freight train and killed.here. He was store for her. The little book, "Before serve cows at $i.oo. Money due service, sowed later had bad luck, owing switching cars and his foot caught in Baby is Born," will be sent free to any at time of j jj Chlckamauga AM and ED BOURNE. Nails are so cheap that it is said if a that late freeze. Some have sown a frog which held him fast until scv address upon application to the Brad im to the Regumwr miouw, vicuhjiu. passed over his bodv. carpenter drops one it is cheaper for K j jg Dedication Kentucky Monument twice and expect to have to sow again. eral cars had him to let it lie than to waste his time May 3. Very little tobacco will be cultivated Sprite 1899 in picking it up. One keg out of eve neighborhood." ry five sold is never used, but simply in this I TREES, PLANTS, VINES. Thc;Ealc, Klngof all Birds. Biblical Assembly goes to waste. Is noted for its keen sight, clear aud ! Charlotte, N. C, June 20-2Fruit and ornamental Trees, j distinct vision. So are those persons Kentucky's Dead at Cblckaniauga. use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Shrubs, small fruits and every Ko braver men ever fell. The Com who eyes, styes, sore eyes of any CAN SELL YOU " honored them by the for weak monwealth has thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar lids. Sold at 25cts -' H, H. II" I'll1.1 'i M" 'il' 111k M I erection of a magnificent monument. kind of granulated ill den. We employ no agents but Im McRoberts Drug Store. The Governor and'his Staff, state offsell direct at reasonable prices. icials, citizens and friends will partici EDUCATION She was avery smart girl indeed, and pate in its dedication Wendesday,May she sat in the corner with her lover Strawberry and Tree Catalogues If nbslutely nrcesfnry to the young 3rd. Rates on the Queen & Crescent and with her tiny niece uporfherknee ' man or young woman who would win on application to success In life. This being conceded Route one fare for the round trip,May The folding doors were open, and all good to May 6th, return at once the visitors in the adjoining H.'F. HILLENMEYER, t is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands In the very front ran- k- 1st and 2nd, ing. room heard a child's piping voice exTU E BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Lexington, Ky. phone 279 Georgia dedicates her monument claim: LOUISVILLE, KY. May 2nd, Kentucky May 3rd, Illinois "Kiss me, too. Auntie Gertie." Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In his line May 4tb. Let all Kentuckians go,and Graduates of this college preeirea by business houses, write lor SWell her representation on this great as quickly as thunder after lighting, a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying H p,m 'hlr nnAfnrA for thAmmdr Kvnn cbniiW- nav 'Vk m t.w1r.! TTIm SHORTHAND, v 1 prominent nontions an over tne uauea states it wm. do mauea I X TELEGRAPHY. Eoute. ine two' is not grammar." trip via The Queen & CrescentVVT to yon free. STATE NEWS ITEMS. from orlipm t .41-0- J - r1 - deep-seate- d, xiK J mes iUd iV-iu- flU-as- hor-riJ- to-s- et W (US If If tf .ir.-.iif- '""' i d Su-ula- i j - of of of of - anti-septi- X. DUNN Apt "VV". 1 n, j See our Paine's Beautiful Line OP - WMi Compound;: Jmwm trength. - Graeco-Roma- Paper Prices air-tig- Graeco-Roma- n. Kkn-tcc- NSW DESIGNS Quality. It ilR&ll 1 III Low va 1 the International 5. 9. 3 1 Veterans' S 3. 1 Southern Baptist I 9 nne-xar-uo- II 8. is w, g 9. Ig Ig LILLARD & STOUT, I4LlVTrirrE, KY. W W Paint Wall Tintings Cheapar than any House in this Section. BOOK-KEEPIN- ry Stock was laid in before prices advanced Bring The Record Your JobWork- STILL STYLE, D 11 r w sf i THE CUTAWAY FROCK You ought to be particular when you buy a cutaway suit. This style of garment is meant to be dressy. It must have care- ful 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 & n BOTH Great care was baken in Selecting our Spring. Lines and we can now show you The Nobtoest, Most CL0TI1I i. Up-To-D- ate and Best NECKWARE, SHOES, HATS, SHUTS &Go. Millinery. Miss Florence Ilarria has accepted a position in the telephone exchange. The Social and Indurtrial Club will meet next Wendesdav afternoon with Mrs. J no. E. Stonnes. Mrs. Wm. Cook and handsome'baby, 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- , N. C. We are glad to learn of a great improvement in Mr. Owsley's &C, THREE-BUTTO- EVER EXHIBITED IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. MARX J.LFre!H Millinery. Do Danville, Kentucky. Lung Irritation. Is the forerunner to consnmpSson. Dr. Bell's will cure it, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settk there. Twenty-fiv- e cents at Mcllob erts Drug Store. In. CUTAWAY Copyright, JS99 By Hart, Schaffner & Marx I GUARANTEED CLOTHING. W. McC JOHNSTON. JOHN T. JOxnTOM -:- you Want a Real Nobby Spring Hat? Q&diei n)fp. nr.f: k T-- JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors, LANCASTER, KY. A 7k If 5D, tn the Leading Milliners NOEL SISTERS, Up-to-dat- New Goods received daily Everything strictly Goods and Prices to suit everyone. Phone 85 e. . CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY April 27 Col. W. G. "Welsh was over from Stanford, Monday. Amy Davidson is visiting friends near Richmond. Mr. George Palmer made a business trip to Danville Tuesday. Miss Mr. and Mrs. John Bauglmian were over from Danville, Sunday. Miss Pearl Burnside, of Stanford, was here a few days this week. Misses Kella and Allie Arnold have Miss Ilallie Hamilton has returned returned from a visit to Stanford. from a pleasant visit to Xieholasville. Herbert Price and Doleeplws Rice, She was accompanied by Mr. Brown of Danville, were in town Monday. Anderson, who remained over Sunday. Ed. "Walton, of the Interior Journal, Mr. Randolph Harris pnd wife, of mingled with the court day crowd. Lincoln county, Mr. W. H. Harris and Miss Pettu, of Somerset, is visiting wife, of Carlisle, and Sam Harris, of Mrs. "Will Pettus, on Crab Orchard Louisville, were here the past week. pike. About the proudest man we have Miss Lutie Rothwcll, of Paint Lick, seen is lawyer W. I. Williams. A big, is visiting Misses Jennie and Lucy line boy made its appearance at his Arnold. home the other day. The youn? man Miss Mary Powell, of Hustonvllle, is has been uamed Bob Jennings, the hustling Paint Lick merchant, was in town again Sunday driving with a mighty pretty young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Al Huffman, and little 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 not seriously injured. He's all right now, we are glad to note. Mrs. W. B. Jarvis is visiting her son, Warren Russell at Lebanon. A girl baby has just been added to the family of Mr. Russell. Mr. W. A. Carson, of Stanford, was here Monday. His wife, who has been suffering from rheumatism, is visiting her father, Col. Harvey Yantis. visiting her brother, Elder Charles E. Powell. Mr. Tom Baughman spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Topz, in Boyle. Ray have been visiting Mrs. Misses Alice Saddler and Sallie B. "W. T. "West's family. Little Louise Grant has been very sick the past week, but at this writing Is some better. Miss Berth i Burnside has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W.ll Lackey, nearMcCreary. Eld. George Gowen return ed Mon day from Florida, where he has been all winter, holding successful meetings. 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. Burnam is a polished gentleman, and has friendly manner so that characteristic of Madison people, which makes one feel good to meet them. whole-soule- 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 relatives in this city. Lawyers Lewis Walker, "W. B. Mason and Geo. Smith attended circuit court in Danville Tuesday. Mrs. John E. Stormesand Miss Maggie Tomlinson are spending a few days and friend, Col. Our old stand-b- y with Danville friends. Andy Rice, was in town Monday, stepMr. A. H. Rice and wife, have re the crowd like a turned from several days visit toNieb ping about in were delighted to hear We olasvillc and Lexington. him say he is now in good health. He Mrs. Chas. Powell has been quite ill said if he could only attend another of malarial fever, but, we are pleased monntain dance he believed he could to say, is much better now. cut the pigeon wing as gracefully as Col. Thornton Kemper and sister any of the younger ones present. Miss Nannie, of Boyle, spent Monday We drove out Sunday to see our old with Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. friend, Capt. Charles Gallagher. He Miss Eliza Lusk, of Lancaster, Ky., has been in poor health for two years was the guest of her cousin, Geo. D. past, and has been staying with his W. A. Hiatt, at Hiatts-vill"White, last week. Richmond Pana- graph, Whilehe is quite feeble, yet he good spirits and full of life. He Mrs. D. G. Slaughter, widow of the is in gets a daily paper former proprietor of Dripping Springs, up on public affairs and is better read most died last week and was buried at Crab you meet. During thanpast anyone the few years Orchard of his life he has given much study to 3Iiss Louise Kauffman, of Richmond the bible, and has the scriptures on his tongue's end. It is exceedingly interCollege, spent Saturday and Sunday esting to hear him talk and one can with her mother, Mrs. Emma Kauff pass time quickly and pleasantly with man. him. e. If you go on a trip or have parties visiting you, please don't rise up and call us wicked if you fail to tell The Rkcokd, and the fact is not noted in the personals. We want everybody's name, and will be under obligations for notice of visits. A letter from George D. Burdett encloses money with which to pay for his paper 'til 1900. He is still in the county clerk's ollice 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 convinced of this fact. The Mystery Explained. The house surgeon of a London hos pital was attending to the injuries of a poor woman whose arm had been se verely bitten. As he was dressing die wound, he said: "1 cannot make out what sort of a health. creature bit you. This is too .small for a The following young gentlemen will horse's bite and too large for a dog's." "Oh, sir," replied the patient, "it was ride their wheels toLawrenceburgand return next Sunday: A. L. Warren, not an animal; it was another lydy." Allen matt. B. F. Pollard and C. F. Philips. iniiliTerencf. asJosh I The editor made a flying trip to tronomers never could see that them were much use anyway. Lexington Tuesday. It is thirty miles Hiram. Why not? e on a from here to Lexington, Josh Well, here they're telling us but to make the round trip we had to there's a comet comin' flyin' towards go to Richmond, Winchester, then the earth, and not one of them Is doin' to Lexington, then to Danville and anything to prevent it. Illustrated drive from the latter place home, a American. distance, in all, of 104 miles. On Account. He Then may I live upon hope until next Sunday evening? A True Friend. She Oluyou poor fellow, When the above term is sifted to as that? Here, 111 lend you is it as bad to our sorrow, buy a meal ticket. Cleveland enough to the bottom, we find, Leader. t lat it can be truthfully applied to Tlie Ucast That Failed. but very few people. There are many "Oh, 1," he cried, "would willingly we speak of as "friends," but to what Lay down my life for you" extent will their friendship go? When Just then he slipped, but clung to her. And she went sprawling, too! is delighted at the you find one who Chicago Daily News. oppottunity of dividing his last penny Hit Itlennx. with anyone in need; one who will go at the the dead hour of midnight on Her Father Is he a young man of an errand to relieve the distress of an- any means? She Certainly; he means other: one who will quickly resent the me. Illustrated American. to marry tattlers slings made by KxccccliiiKly So. about you, then you can call him your Jones And is he so very popular? true friend. Such a man was Johnson Popular? Why, that man JOHN K. KAULKNEIt, JU., has been the preferred creditor in five whose sad death was noted in a recent failures. X. Y. Journal. issue of The Recoud. Had John Couldn't Walt Thnt Lonp. Faulkner hoarded up, and guarded Gerald bet you a kiss like a bull-dothe dollars he made, he sult of theI'llnext presidential on the reelection. would have been a rich man, "but he Geraldine Isn't there any election narrow-minde- d was not of the tight-fistebefore that? Philadelphia Times. kind, and when he earned POSTMASTER MISSING. money he wanted, not himself alone, but his friends to enjoy it, and those A Shortage of 81,200 Is Alleged, But the with whom he mingled were called in liondiiuen Will Not Suffer Ills to share in its enjoyment. "Monk," Father Takes Charge. familiarly called him, as his jchums Ashland, Ky., April 26. The young sense, and had a was a boy of deep keen eye for the ridiculous. He could man Uoggess, who was appointed postmake fun out of anything, and many master at this place by the president of his original sayings will long be re- on the recommendation of Congress"Monk" membered. Faulkner, I man Pugh and took the office a little over one year ago was missing Tuesknow, had done more favors for men day morning. A discrepancy in his aclis of the people who than nine-tecounts of 51,200 is reported. His local parade themselves as "charitable," bondsmen are secured from any loss by but he did them in a quiet way, and a guarantee company. helped anyone he never prowhen he His father has charge of the business claimed the fact from the housetops, at present. Boggess is a sprightly as is the custom with many people to young' business man and well calcuday. When he liked a man he would lated to do the business, and his disapstand by him, come what may. He pearance was no surprise to some perhad a contempt for anyone who would sons who had been in business with "honey around" people and then flee him, but to others it was a surprise. when the hour came to test the Republican State Convention. friendship. He had many of Louisvillk, Ky., April 22. The rethe .traits of his noble father, the lamented Colonel John K. Faulkner, publican state convention will be held and had that gentlemanly Instinct in Lexington July 12. This was dewhich always made its presence known. cided upon at a meeting of the state I am not going to say he had no faults, central committee in this city. for he was a human, and, of course, Collector Roberts Takes Action. was not perfect. No man is perfect on Lexington, Ky., April 20. Internal though some proclaim Revenue Collector Sam J. Roberts this earth, themselves to be, and immediatelykill Monday seized 64,000 cigars with countheir assertion by proclaiming the terfeit stamps, alleged to have been faults of others.. But if good deeds, made by Wm. M. Jacobs, of Lancaster, an honest heart, a willing hand, a true Pa. conscience and a liberal pocket-boo- k A Kew Trust Company. tend toward bettering one's chances Fkankfort, Ky., April 24. The Cenin the great beyond, John K. Faulk- tral Trust Co., of Paris, has filed artiner is now where he sees no trouble, cles of incorporation in the office of hypocrisy, stinginess and slanderers. the secretary of state here. Its capThat he is safe on the breast of a lov- ital stock is fixed at $25,000, and busiing Savour is my prayer and earnest ness will be begun on May 15. talief. Death of Banker Rose. Danville, Ky., April 22. James T. QUEEN & CRESCENT, Rose, of Hustonville, died suddenly low Bates. Thursday morning of Bright's disease. Annual Convention 7C nt.lnnai a at He was a wealthy farmer and vice can Woman's Suffrage Association, president of the Hustonville national Grand Rapids, Mich.. April 27, to May bank. 5, 1899. National Society Sons of the AmeriKenton County's Assessment. can Revolution. Detroit. Mteh. m9V i Fbankfort, Ky., April 22. The state 1899. board of equalization Thursday set American Library Association Con- Kenton county's assessment for hearing vention, Atlanta. Ga., May 1899. Annual Encampment G. A R. of April 25. Meson county's assessment Tennessee, Rockwood, Tenn., May 10, was acted upon Thursday, lands being 11, 1899. From points in Tennessee, raised 10 per cent. Lots are unchanged. Tit-Bit- s. bee-lind g d, v n' Mr. Sam rrather sold his harness mare, ''Soapsuds," to Mr. Brutus Tudor. Miss Lee Prewitt, of Kirksville, wa visiting her uncle, D. L. Prewitt, ol our town this week. Some are irathoriniTr corn. snnif hIiik ing, and some planting corn. Alto- Kcliiui, iiic tanners are very ousy, anil will soon catch up with their work: Miss Allie, daughter of Sam Prather uareiy cscapeu ueing Killed on last Sunday. She had started to church and her horse trot stuck in thr mml. and in his eilbrt to get out threw her off and trampled upon her, bruising ner very oauiy, out- at tins writing is getting along very well. It is with profound sorrow that we are compelled to chronicle the death of the last one of the War mouth triplets, which died the l!)th, the othor two were buried on the 11th, they exhiuned and the last one placed about their arms where they are to lay till the Master calls them forth to be with Him and the Saints that are waiting for that great day. Little Louis, son of Chas. ITunn, of this nlace. died on the oth :ir. tiin !o-of 19 years. He has been a life sufferer with spinal affection, and of the heart, and just a short time before death came to his relief he called his inotiier to his bedside and told her he wanted to die, as he was nothing but Prettiest lie ever j. Broilst to Lancaster allie 0, Tiilet, J". 1 KY VANDERBILT. By old Drcnnon and out of a Gray Eagle mare: 1U hands high and has proved himself a good breeder, lie is known as tin (iallaway hoie of Madison. He will make the present season of lSi'lt at my old home place i mile from Fall Lick pike and U miles from Point Leavell at J. HOOD, SURGEON-DENTIS- LANCASTER. Office over Hasuhlen's hardware store. $5 TO "Will also stand the tine Jack, Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Lancasctr it Oix river Turui-ikCo., will bo WALTER held at the Iron RriilRe. on Saturdnv. 3Iuv ;, 1'M at 9 o'clock a. m , to select a Hoard of "Dat same place and terms. He is 11 irectors to serve the eusneing war. . .Millei:, President hands high and proved himself a good John Turnpike Notice. Money due when fact is ascertained or mare parted with. Lein retained on colt for season money. ME ALMS the COLT breeder. 1493 TICS AV. L. LAVSOX, Lancaster, K3'. KiineyDiseases HnciVseaTes?11 fataIof iTIOli CAPITAL '100,000.00 ) ) BANK If SURPLUS. , ooo.oo NEW LIVERY. "Wal Foley s Kidney Cure a gu iranteed remedy or money refunded. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm I have purchased the OF a trouble to all the family: and then lurneu on nis lace ana prayed to be wafted to heaven, and in a short while he breathed his Inst mi tho inct. A. R. Denny. President. lie was laid to rest in the family burying ground at the old Tatum place Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. on Back Creek. Wm.H. Kinnaird. Cashier. Since the last writing on the sub J. F. Robinson. Jb. ject i nave been giving it some study S.C.Dknny, as to what system would be proper Assistant Cash'r. rigufc ior me roaus to ne kept in inu R. T. Embby Ass't repair, that there would be no dis crimination for or against anyone. The oe to have a law en- nrsi step woum tctea by which money could be raised DIRECTORS sufficient for keeping of the roads, (I Sam l.D. Cochran, Jas Spllman, iiieuu pih.es ;uiu uiru roaus, as an are, Alex. R. Denny. and should be the same), bv taxim? A. C. Robinson. each male citizen, say $2 per head to W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, De paid on roaus, and let it be worked Jno. E Stormes. out at a specilied amount per day, or pay the money to a treasurer or over seer elected by the district in whioh KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. lie is to oversee, after hrst cuttincr the county up into districts, of say 25 miles tome aistncB, and tne officer so Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst elected to be a responsible man with a good bond, that he will keep the roads of Pythias, meets every Friday in goud repair, and if the poll tax of $2 is not enough to do the work, then night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-ilin- g a certain specified amount ad valorem tax to do the roads justice. This plan Knights are fraternally invit does work in the State of Illinois good as can be ed. where the roads are as Ed Bishop, C. C. had in any country that has no metal to spread as we have this plan will put J. S. Haseldex. K.R.& S a stop to a few men stopping while going to town and looking at a pile of 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- pairings 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 will be the kind of man for both polit ical party to put out to represent us in the state legislature, and if thev 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 surclv be some to object, which we will call the classes. LANCASTER, KY. ker stable and-ato furnish the prepared !. Vey Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. RICE BENGE W. H. HOSHAL & CO., Commission Merchants, Gattle,Hogs,Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS, - - - CINCINNATI, O. information regardinglive stock cheerrect to us. T fully furnished. Consign your stock di'Phone 7346 S. BEAZLEY, Teeth extracted without With VltnllroH DEN'TIST pain Air the New Thompson Buildinjr. nfli.. In No Klein to Uelicess. The woman who is lovely in face. firm and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attractive must keep her health. If she is weak, sickly and all run down, she will be nervous and irritable. If she has constipation or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to reerulate stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu rify the blood. It gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make a good look n ing, charming woman of a mvaiiu.. uniy ou cents at it. Drug Store. lm run-dow- Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at Gk S , QAIITES' It fully Warranted and Excels all others. AllKindsFarmTI achineryAlwaysonHand, fag etoc'k. Pmm AH Parts of 'Garrard. 3 LlXe - W. ). Burton bought 7 cuttle at S31 per head. Joseph Simpson 'bought of Breck Johij f,SSSuU112hSS to "'imam ifirow, 10 liogs sit $27.5'J. I Joseph Simpson and brother James, .Slrnr. fur horse tojslW 0 dilTcr'ent parties 21 cattle, at L. jlulch'.ns sulci si nice Bjblldtz-ta said a cow taaGer- J. .... ... in r .. . jlrs. Weaver Dunn, of Milledgeville, Richard Robinson Dougm. ui after spending two weeks with her Gammins. a cow foi 0. his daughters, Misses Maggie and Susie W. P: Grimes sold 100 bead of Sandidg, returned to her lyiUie. lust cnlves for c22..".0 per h'.d. w- .veek....John L..Bay, of lllehmond, Warren sold to rs- NVt;r visited hlrt parents here, Sunday.... Wcali 1C & Ar Hado Straus. 5 Messrs. Robert and Raymond Ilen-dre'E-- . Jnlsr. Ajuttrstin lsniglst a nice and Dec Junes, of KlrksvillQ, did vision made clear, styes removed 7 Anderson, for granulated lids or sore eyes of any 8 sndflle harsa from J. A little and were in oiir midst Sunday 640. Lin- - kind speedily and effectually cured by a grand-socame into the home of The peach crop in this section isai: sey Hay, on the 20th Louis Ray the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye 10 failure: will have some apples, and sister, Miss Nell, went to Danville salve. Its put up in tubes, and so tn 11 entire guarantee at McRoberts Drug Sk e Vi and oilier fruit. Wednesday. Louis is under the treat a u lm 14 Mr. W. A. BiMx!r and daughter, jmnt of Dr. Cu'.vaj). , , .Lige Logan and ti . 13 Malik, passed Jhr;u(j!i lierc Sat- wife, of Danville, were- gnosis of Mrs. 1G urday, having e mi to scatter their Thornton Autierson and family, Sun17 Messrs. J. C. and VA Siler are day f:inn Missus Bertha and Maiv Bum- 18 J. B. Ruble shipped a car load fat 19 at home froai .lellieo, on busihejs side, and Pearl Hons, of your city, pass 20 Mr. uave Colson ami wifo,cf Use Lick. ed through our village Sunday, and of cattle to Cincinnati last Friday. 21 Mir. course they were accompanied by their visiting here last week Rev. Humphrey's preached at Mt, 22 J. C. King and daughters havo been sweethearts. 23 Olivet, last Sunday at II a. 5, y..;;iing Mr. Perry White's family.... If you have piles cuke them. 2To Farmers are s, busy as boea this 34 23 visMr. Miller and wife, of Rowland, use undergoing horrible operations weok planting corn and sowing hemp. 20 ited Mr. S. Payne and wife. Sunday. that simply remove the results of the Several of the farmers of this end of 27 I f you sulk r from tenderness or f. 1 23 disease without disturbing the disease Garrard, attended court in Lancaster 29 n .;s (.n th" right side, pains undei itself. Place your confidence in Monday. . shaulder-bladconstipation, Witch Hazel Salve. It has 3.1 Cuts, wounds, burns, sprains an.d 32 and feel dull, never failed to cure otiieks; it will not bruises quickly heal if you apply Bal- ii and sleepy your liver is torpid fall to cure yoij. lard's Snow Liniment. Price, 25 cts. 31 and --'digest ed. I )eWitt"s Little Early lm Stormes Drug Store, and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm 35 Risers will cure you promptly, pleas 35 A for 50c. antly and permanently by removing Apple trees are in full bloom, and if 37 the congestion and causing the bile Many people have been cured of Kid- the blossom is any sign, wo will be 3S dubts to open and How naturally, thky ney Diseases by taking a Mc bottle of Hiire to have a good crop of apples, but 39 40 Foley's Kidney Cure. C. C. & J. E. there will be no peaches. a':h good r:i.Lv. 41 Stormes Drug Store. lm Stormes. lm Buy the McCormack Binder and rest 43 assured that you will have no trouble 43 44 in saving the golden grain that is sure 45 to ripen in your fields. J. E. ScoTTagt, 45 Marksbury can lxast of one of the Richard FTackley sold to C, 0, Glass 47 Mr. W. B. Montgomery Is very sick & Bro oldest ladies. Mrs. Minerva Beddow: with pneumonia. at Camp Nelson, his crop of 43 49 although a nonaganerian, she walked 50 Mrs. E. D. Lawson, who has been hemp delivered, at 84.50 per 100 lbs. 51 almost a mile to a neighbors one day very ill is convalescing. 53 Volcanic Eruption. last week, spent the day and walked The county road running through Are grand, W home in the afternoon. She surely has W. D. but Skin Eruptions rob M Scott's farm was completed last discovered tliL fountain of youth, that lire or joy. miekion's Arnica Salve 55 centu- week. cures them: also Old, Running and 56 the old Spanish Cavalier sought Rev. J. I. Wills, who has been Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, 57 ries ago. preaching at Hebron nine years, was Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, 58 Mr. A. J. Bice Jr., of Iledgeville, called Saturday 69 for another year. We visited Mr. John Simpson's family Sun- hope by the help of God, he will be as Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile cure on earth, Drives out 61 day Bev. Overstreet a Methodist faithful in the future as he has been Palps and Aoies. Only 25 cents a box, G2 preacher from Jessamine, will deliver in the past. ft) Cure Guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Mc Oi house Orchard a sermon at the Mr. Leets and Miss Annie Peel.both Roberts, Druggist. G5 lm lid at 3 o'clock. Sunday a f tsrnoon A pril (S ....Mis. W. M. Kuykenlall has re- of Jessamine count', were happily turned from a pleasant visit to her united in the bonds of wedlock at 6i parents Rev. and Mrs. E. II. Brook-shir- e Nicholosville last Thursday, and came G9 Planting corn begun in earnest here 70 Bowling Greer. . . Miss Ilalli-Ilic- e to their uncle's, Mr. Dennie Scott's at Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside, 71 has baen quite sick for the past Thursday evening, and also visited resembling other relatives here. The bride was and Pearl Ross, of Lancaster, were 72 week with something 73 of here Sunday. . . .Miss Ophelia Walker, 74 Miss Katie Aid ridge accom raised here, and also a school-mat- e rosaola She Is a nice, of your city visited Mrs. Wm. Beazley, 75 panied by Little Miss Cora Wcslcj', o: yjur correspondent. Lancaster, spent Saturday and Sun-da- s.veet girl, and they have the best last week J. L. Ray, of Richmond, 76 came over to see one of our fair ones 77 with her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. wishes of all. 73 G. AldKdgc Rev. W. M. Kuykci Even the most vigorous and hearty Sunday The many friends of Baylor 74 d ill left Wednesday to hold a protract people have at times a feeling of weak- Jennings will be sorry to learn of his 80 cl meeting at Rockbridge church ii ness and lassitude. To dispel this sickness, which is pneumonia J. D, 81 Mrs. A. J. reeling take Herbine; it will impart Hardin' R. L. Worner and J. E. Simp Washington Count' son, made a business" trip to Lancas Rice has a turkey egg that weighs one vigor and vitality.' Price. 50 cents, 81 C. C. & J. E. Stormes. ter, Sunday. Why didn't you wait 85 half of a pound, measures 8 inches h lm 86 Mr. and Mrs, circum'c ence and 5 inches in length Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers vere until Monday, boys? 87 i'uiuay Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bur the pleasant guests of Miss Edna Scott Eliza Logan, of Danville, visited his 88 dett started to pay a visit to their fa Saturday and Sunday. . , .Mrs. Gcorgic father, Timothy Logan, the latter 89 ther, Mr. T. D. Chcsnut, in Boyle jannous, of Mercer, is the guest of part of last week. . , .Mrs, W. B. Brad- - 90 When they arrived at the river it luu her mother, Mrs. G. A. Bruce Mrs. shaw is reported not so well this week 91 93 risen to such a height that it was dan- Alice Clark and little son, spent Sat Miss Bettie Henry, of Lancaster, 93 gerous to cross, so Mrs. Burdett and urday and Mrs. W. D. accompanied Miss Saddler home Sat- 91 with i! " daughters were compelled to reScott Mrs. Peachie Grow is with urday, after spending a week in that 95 turn. Mr. Will Long and wife, of 9G her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Scott, who town 97 is very sick Messrr. Willie, Edward Marksbury, visited here this week. 98 ind Walter Grow, of Pleasant Hili, at 99 100 His Life was Sared. tended preaching hero Sunday.. Mr, J, E. Lilly, a prominent citizen 101 some oi uie ooys wno were in our 101 S. Morgan bought a car load of hogs midst Sunday, have turned out a nice of Hannibal, Mo., latoly had a wonder 103 at 31c ful deliverance from a frightful death 101 "crap" of moustache. Call at S. Morgan's and see the beauIn telling of it he says: "I had taken 105 tiful line of Spring Goods. A Frightful Itlunder Typhoid Fever, that ran into pneumo ltC, 107 S. Morgan has a lot of shingles at 10i Will often cause a horrible Burn, nia. My lungs became hardened. was so weak I couldn't even sit up in 109 R. A. Stone's of Lancaster, for sale-- Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arni n at Sweeney, for sale at (iOc pei ca Salve, the best in the world, will bed. Nothing helped me. I expected. 110 111 hundred. kill the pain and promptly heal it to soon die of Consumption, when 112 heard of Dr. King's New Discovery 113 A few friends gathered in at Swee- Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulce:s One bottle gave groat relief. I coqtin 114 ney, Monday evening, and enjo3ed Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup- ued to use it, and now am well and 115 excellent music of the Guitar, liar tions. Best Pile Cure on earth. Only strong. I can't say too much in its 116 2octs. a box. Cure guaranteed Sold 117 and Piano, rendered by your praise." This marvellous medicine is 118 by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm and Mis; G nice Morgan, in the surest and quickest cure in the 119 which Mr. J. L. Kennedy, of Crab Orworld for all Throat and LungTrouble, 120 chard, took a prominent part. Regular size oO cents and $1.00. Trial 121 122 bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drug 123 J. D. Bridge, editor and proprietoi of the Democrat, Lancaster, lsT. II.. The measles are raging in this vi- Store; every bottle guaranteed, lm 124 125 sa;s: I would not be without One cinity. 126 Minute Cough Cure for my boy when E II. Walker is through planting 127 troubled with a cough or cold. It is corn. ,Of 128 toe best remedy for croup I ever used.'' 139 Tyree Pointer's baby died last week 130 Stormes Drug Store. lm of brain fever. 131 Mrs. Lou Gray and little son, Mastei 132 Charlie Graves is prizing his tobac 133 Dan, of Livingston, are visiting her co this week. 134 parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dishon. 135 Frank Gross has gone to the moun Your correspondent spent Satur136 on a trading expedition. day with relatievs at Crab Orchard... . tains 137 133 There was preaching at Good Hope Mr. J. L. Kennedy, of Crab Orchard, 139 was quite a pleasant guest at Sweeney, Saturday and Sunday, by Rev. F. P. 140 Mrs. Robert Bryant. Monday afternoon 141 Land, of Rowland, is visiting her John C. Siler retured from Williamf 142 143 daughter, Mrs. O. B. Perkins. burg, Friday, where he has been buy- 1 1 G n 1 1 Jzn.n 'w 55 J7 H it A. Sffoel Delq tax, I7i Pn(;umonivla.riP1pccoBgglis colds, " "lo JM Duncan. JI7.78 173 croup and wlioopihg cough readily " 18 R. F. PoMong Dclq tax So 174 yield to One Minute Cough Cure. Use " 18 Proceeds sale Bonds 75 $116? 75 " 19 Aceouii; Int. same, remedy in time and save a doctor's this 43 39 17 Feby. 9, Whltaker toll gate bill or the undertaker's. 44oo oo 177 Eno Patterson ctat 02 178 Ft irmcs Drug Store. " oy Jas Spllman Tr 93 oo 179 Mrs. E. B. Scott is reported better. roiuteron Lau$, 2.1 5S 1M) Mch. 4, J. H. Dmin.taclc'ttix f 5o J31. Mr. E. II. Walker's son, Ed., is bet' H, It. W. Hudson toll house, ISo oo 182 '" ' 1C, ter at this writing. M. U.GUl 13o oo 183 JWPoor. 173 oo 11 Mr. W. P. Gross and family started J. B.Suua-lerShfC., 2 So 135 for Wright county. Mo., Friday, w)cre Arr. 13 Cash rammed by J M Duncan 3oo oo ISC they will make their future home, lb7 Many people suffer unsold tortures y,lW Total 189 from piles, because of (he popular Iml'JO pression that they can not be cured. Expenditures 151 192 Tber! Buckeye Pile Ointment, will Voucher To Whom Pild. Number. Amount 103 Qure them. It has met wit a absolute 1 Miss Minnie Dutton 5 00 191 success. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes. 2 Miss Eliza J Lusk 125 00 195 c. C. & J. E. Stonnes.lm. 7"e. 3 Louis Hum am Com't 4 00 19G 3Car&.Be&z!4r. Tpm.;whejrri$5.Cj4u't W 11 tSj. J E Rpbljpgf! whjtt 300 600 200 1 S R Ki'nnairdAgt rLeu..". ln I M Dann R L Davidson 15 00 0 95 13 12 4 00 u HH fln OT Tie Nick Leavell King Temple Thos LenvelL J M Duncaa Com't M E Prewitt Jack Hammjick J D Christor.her WTNoel J A VtllOIl Bright Hicrln;? J M Duncaa Com't R A Burnside J M Duicua Com't J M Duncan Com't GWItlce Dr L G Rice 250 6 00 2 5o 0 2o 3 00 oi, worry. F Inarotcncv. NicUUr kmtsr.ioas, 1 outh.ul Frrore, AI -ry cf Tobacco crOpiua, which lead to CcrsunptloB and Insanity. V . t " men1". orucr sre truaraatco to euro or refund oll t .Ji.w 2. AFTER USIKS. i Oi CC, C.cvt-J.-wifor $5.00. I3I.:'iO'Z"fS r- tm au2z(M Qg3B H CJ to PTES.VE3CU3JE ofaXXjXtSI tto-enr. .eases end remedy Icr rurvu-- i prrs.rati IB B- mm a dh. Mom's tl II McRoberts' Drug Store. 3 00 4 25 2 00 87 OO ';0 00 , 87 3 co 225 00 3 33 5 00 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 tickets. The Train Service is perfect in detail. Fast schedules, 24 hours to Jackson 2100 J Joseph J R Hill... Wm Wnrd l 00 197 198; sooO 5 CO 6 00 3 00 27 00 r. & 12 00 & 00 , J J Walker Jiq M Duucan com't CentrnI ttecord Cenfa.1 Heeord A J Haromack Bller & Co Siler & Co J R mn 19t 26b 2U1 aoa 2S 20t 20f Jno Donohue Jno Harris Eliza J Lusk R Kinnaird Agt Smiley 5Valker Jxncher Owsley Jno Harris Tom 5'herritt Com't Central Record Nick Leavell 5j 00 3 00 23 87 its Bucna Vista. Ellli Matthews Jas Wlil'taker J A Beazley Speed Maree.. Tom Whcrritt....,, s. 'oo 1 GOO S75 50 2G 75 4 50 4 00 Duncan Com't Jn&M Duncan Koebler Bro'a Jno Donohue RTWhittnker James Ray Col'd Jno M W 400 100 00 5 oO 3 00 11 On 1R 0 T Noel & Wherrltt GB Hudson , -- fs e. ........... 6 CO Duncan Com't S3 81 R A Burnside., ........... G M Patterson ........ 3 05 ElectricLight Co.. 5 00 2 50 Bertha Burnside. ,...,.. 3 20 J Joseph 107 00 J Joavph...,, M Duncan Com't 4 00 Jno Jno Al Swinebroad. Miss Dutton , , 65 00 20 CO 5 00 7 50 20t; 207 20K 209 210 IL 212 213 214 215 IK 211 318 319 220 321 929 J Joseph Jas Ray CC GIhsv 00 00 5o 00 q8 co 4 50 6 00 4 on 40 0o Co 2 150 3 HAVANA X ville, Cincinnati Havana. 54 hours to O.F.A Cincinnati. Alex Miller J T Whlttaker M Ii Prewitt Milton Snted James Hill J M Duucan Com't Henry Moore & Co BK Jennings J M Duncau Rice Beuge A Amnion Tom Wherrltt King Temple nuiiu .uurseu 147 0"i j Oo US 9o n 31 n 00 3 3 5D O'o 1 cii &00N W,C.Rmr.a!0! J looj j0 J49 J w2 .. 2 00 a 3 lo-- to m&m FPJBi Juo Donohue J M Duncan 5V Rice Bongo R Stone Same Mike Salter Welch Wiseman & Co mt Hebron. J Joseph BTMoss Sallie M, Wh.orrat Cernt ,. B,A Koel DGulley J R Hill Maggie Harris Ceutral Record Jno McQuerry ..,,,,,,,,, , DrH M Gra.nt Jno M Duncan Com't W Bengo , 326 S25 226 227 223 229 230 3 00 231 5 40 232 1 00 23A 15 00 234 2.55 M 00 2 50 236 1 50 237 400 23S 3 00 239 16 00 24o 00 00 50 00 50 00 00 00 50 H Lackey David Ross R A Stone js g 00 J M Duncan Comt LLandram Wm Duncan 7 00 3 5o 4 5o 3 00 o0 21 12 GO McCreary. Jas Spllman Treas Hiram Ray C D Walker Harve Gill LL Walker ., D a Demn Albert House C C Klnuard Tom Wherrltt Com't Smith Hurt Juo M Duncan Com't B A Burnside 10) S 3 5 24 3 20 274 13 tl 1 Co 24a 243 214 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 3.53 QT J C Thompson ; Mrs Sallie Thompson Wm Herndon Jno Donobue David Ross Leu Whito Miles Che atham W B Benge M E Prewitt Moilie Faulkner S ti Ashley J R Hill J M Dnnoan ...,,,...' loe Petty C M Norris G B Swlnebroad n H Hamilton Alex Miller Rice Benge Tom Wherrltt Com't Siler & Co David Ross Jno F loyd R T Whlttaker Dr N Mays R E Austin Director 2 00 10 00 1 00 3 00 34 25 6 00 11 50 3 00 2 00 1CS& 4 70 15 00 3 00 4 75 8 50 2 25 24 50 10 00 1 00 1 50 10 00 4 00 4 50 2 00 5 00 3 25 1 00 3 00 253 254 335 256 257 258 259 290 201 263 263 264 2G5 2G6 2G7 2GS Robt Whlttaker. Jno M Duncan Com't Nt. Rank Lancaster Boy Cunningham W A Parson WT Noel SVanwInkle J M Duncan Com't TCurrey Clt Nat Bank Central Record Tom Wherrltt Com't M D Hughe R H Batson.... Jno Harris J M Higginbotham Hudson & 5Vherritt J Joseph Logan Ison Smiley 5'alker J M Duncan Court Jno Perry Sheriff C K Pondexter M E Prewit J M Duncan Court M D Hughes Jas Whltaker Henry Preston Taylor Raney J MOuncan Court Jne Donehue Sallie Irvin Bright Herring Tom Wherrltt Marshal Eason 8 T LeavU R H Whltaker J M Duncan Com't. R A Burnside 50 00 5 co , rsZ Iff irt. Yifrjjiinni, . 5oo 00 13 95 30 00 28 00 12 00 3 33 5 25 1500 3 00 A New Discovery for the Certain Gtre of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WTmOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 Cents. Scli Propfieicr, 600. 20 00 6 95 JAMES F. BALLARD, - - 310 Horth Main Street, ST. LOUIS. HO. 3 00 43 40 CO 00 STOKMES KOTTS IDIfcTJO STORE. 4eo 00 25 00 s 00 4 SO 8 7G 15 00 2 00 SO 500 87 00 2 25 14 25 5 00 3 09 5 00 20 00 6 00 17 50 1 00 50 00 3 00 They overcome Weakness, irregularity and omissions, increase vigor and banish "pains. of menstruation.'; They are "LiIFE SAVEES" to girls at womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm a pleasure. $1.00 PER BOX BY MALL. Sold, by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. McRoberts, Drug Store. 363 364 V :. 500 225 CO ...,.... 675 5 00 io 00 125 , 85 25 4 55 6 9 5 3 00 00. Jno J M W Millar W B Benge Geo Smith Duncan Com't Sweeney. T Noel J R Hill R A Burnside J M Duncan Com't RHBatson Central Record R A Burnside J J Woods Jas Whlttaker Juo Donohue J M Duncan Tom Wherrltt J M Higginbotham Letcher Owsley.., Eliza Luk D K Best , , Jno Harris Dr W N Bush Wm Ward Bony Cunningham corres-pjnde- Flatwood. Report Jas Ramsey G B Swlnebroad Slier & Co J C Lackey W T Pherlgo J R Hill WTWest J M Duncan Com't J M Duncan Com't Jno Donobue T M Bookout Ijlnpqjq Guynu..... ,..'.'.. R A Noel..., .H.Kinnaird J A Boazloy Tom Wherrltt Com't It A Burnside Bony Cunningham..... Martha Beazley Harrison Dunn H C Herring J M Duncan Com't Central Record J M Duncan Com't Wm Herndon J M Duncan Jas Whlttaker Duncan Com't Sam Davit R Klunalrd Insurancs J Joseph Tom Wherrltt Walter Salter Batson Tom Wherrltt Tnrp Whlttaker , Sawney Bourne M 40 Ifl 00 00 1 50 200 00 2 80 6 CO 3 70 10 00 225 00 6 95 , 67 15 3( 3 oO 6 00 169 00 ,.,...150 00 ,,....125 00 00 , 4 00 33 23 5 00 1 03 12 00 5 Oi 13 15 18 00 5 00 280 75 95 4 00 3 00 3 00 1 60 M 5 85 16 00 7 30 6 00 4 00 2ii9 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 27 279 280 381 283 283 284 285 286 2n7 288 289 290 291 292 293. Lackey & Gulley., OW Shugars... .. Lewis Burnam J M Duncan E Prewit ., J M Dunean.. Courier Joural Co. M 6 00 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 873 371 JM Sanders Martha Schooler J M Duncan Coin't " W Ward LLandram J M Dnncnn Eph Hlatt J M Dnncan RA Xoel J M Duncan TM Johnson Jr.. GM PattiT-ion..- . Welcome Clark.. ... .... ... ... ... ... ... 42 "5 2 00 5 00 3 33 3 C2 10 00 5 00 1 00 5 00 4 CO 6O 41VS 4".9 470 471 172 Letcher Owsley P C Clark Logan Ison Sam King I M Myers S Parks- II M Grant .15o : oo 2 4 .... 473 171 175 ...10 0 50o 90 3 33 2 00 23 00 37. 377 378 S79 380 381 3S5 383 S84 J85 386 S87 3SS JX Duun J M Duncan 300 00 50 00 00 03 00 75 1 00 400O 00 3 00 35 7 4 69 49 114 " . J MDnncan J Joseph Ed Koeler R O Green Bryant J H McQuerr y R H Whltaker Logan Ison Bolne ,,,,,, ... 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 300 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 WTNoel Jno Harris Nat Bank Lancaster J M Dunoan Com't J N Denny........ , Ed Price Jas Whltakor...,,, WAParsous TU liully Garret Woods...... GB Swlnebroad Jas Ray W B Moss , Garret Woods John M Dunoan , RA Burnside Jno Graham ssa 390 391 .fJ3 393 394 305 390 3S7 393 399 R A Burnside Difference In $:M3 Tom Wherrltt J M Duncan Jas Spllman Jr Jaa Spllman R A Stone Lewis Lnndram ..2111 44 5 30 1 00 21 50 3 00 3 00 4 03 2 75 25 00 4 CO . 2 SO 47'! 477 478 479 48o S1 Gulley Pat Dooley W T Pherlgo J F Pettns J M Duncan D So oo ... 31 oo .... 37 5o ... ?0 OO ..1. oo ... lo ... ... 13 OO OO lo .... .... 481 182 ... same for Ali--x Simpson. Lornlda Noel. Total 4 no 5 oo ....Too oo ...3oo oo ....'Ski oo I0S02 iS TIMETABLES. K. Sou North-b'nNorth-b'na d C. Branch. C CO 33 95 140O0 00 750 (0 10 Mixed, passes Lancaster II zi't A.x i4 Mixed, " x 2fir. 2 A d Pass'gr " " J1.X. .M. c 00 c CO jo 40 2S C5 162 2S 52 00 5 00 ioo 00 a 00 93 70 20 7; 18 00 3 50 5 00 COO 9 00 C 00 3 00 14 Sonth-b'n- " Queen & 12ri9 Duncan Tom Whirrltt Com't Thos Woods M J Crescent Route. R A Koel PASSE3 DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. J S M Duucan Com't ........ . R A Xoel Com't Parks loo 431 26(0 GOO 6 CO HI 75 3 80 Tom Wherrltt..,.,,....,,..,, T B Robinson , Ison ii Montgomery 4oa 4oa J B Bouane J M Duucan Com't RA Stone J M Duncan Dollin'8 Children R H Uatson It A Stone. Pat Doolev Noah Marsee J A Ainmond PT Clark Mollle Simpson Green Bryant.... E M Norman W H Wherrltt... Allen Ray Tom Wherrltt.... 8 Sander Will Ray WlJHe Kay W A Burton Jno Nelson I M Myers - 5 (0 10 (Daily except Sunday). ...SWai in oo Nnmber 1:4.1 p.ra 31 oo Number 6 Daily, Stop 5 oo Number 4 (Dally) Flag ..3:56 a. m 2 So 3 :56 p. m Nnmber 2 (don't stop) lo oo SOUTH BOUND. loo oo 1 11 iM a.m. lo oo Number (don't stop) 7 oo Numbers (Dally except Sunday). ...11 :15a.m. 63 75 Number 9 ( Daily except Sunday) 7 :5 p.m. 65 33 11:13 p. m.. Number 3 (Midnight flay) 39 35 4at 4o3 406 4o7 4o3 4o9 41o 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 4.18 T Currev..,,,,., J 8 Ed.minston David Roaa 100 6 20 6 CO 1 00 14 00 75 00 17 05 1 10 28 00 3 00 A 00 194 50 75, 00 J.j 3 S3 83 00 F B Grow W D Simpson J 8 Parks Jas T Ray J H Dunn JM Duncan W Noel 3!4 315 316 317 318 319 32") 331 Jno Donahue J M Duncan 8D Gully Robt Whltaker. Geo Patterson JM Duncan Com'J Ky Lithnginpl Cq JM nnQau Com't R A Stone '. ,,, 300 1 00, as Treasurer of Garrard County v 60 18 20 X 00 6 00 2 00 3 00 10 00 6 20 7 75 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 S29 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 841 342 343 344 345 346 347 343 349 350 351 52 853 3.14 J M Duncan W 500 00 65 00 50 00 17-00 125 00 10 00. 7 30 4 00 5 00 54 83 75 3 00 07 35 49 s bo 64 80 5 00 4 50 89 25 6 20 6 00 72 50 78 00 100 00 30 9 150 4 5 Ward..... 419 430 421 422 423 421 4 456 3 oo 2oo oo 8 oo 11 oo 2o oo 33 oo . 6 oo 11 5 .......... 5 oo 3o oo 12 5o , 3 75 7o oo 4 oo J M Duncan Com'!...,.., DGulley 5o co" 75 oo , R Wbitkker - Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. 11 25 a. m. and 8 Lv. Lexington, daily " 3:40 Ar. Washington, " .... 6:15 " Philadelphia, " .... 1015 " " 7 12:40 noon" 9:03 " New York. r. it " " M- "Boston, " 7:15a. - Throngh sleepers to New York from Lexin ton. John G. Cramer Ticket Agent, T.exlngton Ky. Letcher Owley R A Stone J M Dnncau W m 429 43o 433 433 434 43.1 J A Beazley.., John Graham. M E Prewit W n Lackey R E Austin Wm Duncan w 3 75 32 5o 15 75 4 oo . DEDICATION OP THE E Combs . Elixa Lusk Henry Moofc..... J Joseph ''.....-- .. Logan Ison. Ja Whltaker,,, .,,.,, 8 Gaines Ross 5oo oo 35 oo 22 oo 17 87 81 oo 13 5o 18 oo FAMOUS KENTUCKY MONUMENT AT THE Pat Dooloy Pat Clark G D WTNoel.... J From A pril 1898 to April 1899 Receipts. No. 1 Consumption or Asthma in No! it is not claimed that Foley's Honey and Tar will cure ad- 144 145 146 147 148 500 6 Oo 13 .200 4 6 1 Date Apl.7, '93 vanced stages, it holds out no such 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. STLOIfclMCE 2 12 18 23 May 34, 95 24 June 10, 25 20 July 9, 20. 27 Aug. 23, 17, " 2S, 28 Oct. 5, 24 21, 27 27, , " " " " Amt From whom received. W. T, West, treasurer 122 6 8 02 Esq, Parson. Dellnq tax ' 23 80 J. H. Dunn " " SherrlffW. U. Tel'gph Co.,37 79 965 00 Proceeds Note, 1930 00 Proceeds Note, 9 55 J. H.Dunn, 10 55 J.H, Duun, 491 15 Proceed Note, 63 80 J. M Duncan, 932 30 .Proceed Note, 149 ISO 00 00 00 25 50 Louis Burnside GM Patterson . ,,, JT Raney J M Dnnoan Com't WDunn " " Green Bryant Jno M Dnncan " "Com't R A NOttl Com't DW It i isi Montgomery 151 153 153 y.... J S Owsley Stewart Humber J 8 Petty , Slier & Co Slier & Co W Hugh's J M Dunoan. C '. 6 CO I 15 25 125 00 31" KlngT-.mpl- 154 155 156 I 3 5 CO J M Holtzclaw Taylor Ray Bright Herring JAAmmond 00 OO J A Doty Prsa't.... R Hockley OW Qhugars 8&50 QQ 157 1&8 ..,....,. ' 6 qq 8LGlbbsTrea.,,,t. .' J.H.Dunn, " " DRUG STORE Nov. 5. "' Dec. 7 " lfi, Nat, Bank Co, tax R. A, "Noel Dclq tax, Nat. Bank tax '97. CIt. " " " Town Lancaster Toll Shernff Garrard Co., 3o. Cit, Nat Bank tax 98. 8 10 1177 50 10 00 885 OS 164 7fi 18 f p 25oo oo 847 66 18 lo 159 160 161 162 163 164 16 16G S5q 800 4 45 S 00 35 So 75 00 J W Miller Prec't J B B Owens Carter ... lo7 168 169 170 J. H.Dunn lack tax Bberrlff, Central Record Jas Beazley RKiuuaUd Alex Miller Bettisi Clark J M Duncan Thos Lea veil jno Donobue J X Duncan 855 356 3.57 Wm Paron W TPherigo Cy Moberley 500 60 500 00 5 00 700 00 500 00 62 50 57 60 J M Duncan Com't : 3 00 700 1 CO lOo 6 15 3 00 .'. 8 64 8 00 353 359 360 861 M 6000 00 WNoeJ ,.'...,., 600 , Harve Kenedy W McJohurroa... OW Shugars J M Duncan Com't 00 190 00 , SCO, 3 80 430 437 438 439 440 441 443 443 444 443 446 447 443 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 46J 463 461 465 468 3o 2 7o National MStary Park, AT Jno Taatum Frank Lackey J N Dcnney James Ray Tom Wherrltt R A Noel R Montgomery....- Geo Ray Anna Lane J A Ammon Wm Denny Roty Whltaker - 1 To 14 15o o 5 fo 6 oo 4 oo 35 oo 3 5o !5o 00 45 oo io ICKAflAUfiA MAY 3rd, 1899, 1 RAStone,...v..... "' 21 4oo 43 1 Patterson Jas Whltaker Joe Cambell J M Dnncan ME Prewit Theo Currey R A Burnside J M Duncan " " " " RS Amond GM In ....'. 6 3 33 1 oo 2o oo 60 oo oo 5o oo oo oo lU.lyVA3 iFrom CINCINNATI and all points KENTUCKY la QUEEN AND 225 oo T 8 McElroy 28 5o IfSttWlti m Ed Koeler W G Anderson J D Ray..' 81a Anderson XUsaJLuak 3 oo 5 oo 3 oO lo oo 2o oo 17 8o 1 CRESCENT ROUTE caaalaaaU.o. O.L. JCTCXK.L. IMT.TMaV Act. nuttmnocm. Tenn. B, T. rwUPT, 7aaar aad Ttokot Ait. T CKAS.W.2KLX JHr.Tumm'rAM-. .... 50 6 125 So oo oo tt ngtoa. Itj. oo