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JSWMT YEAR Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Q 0 I ttnftn Matter NUMBER 5 y tofb+ LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 4 199 YES INDEED We have Line of Negligee Shirtsthe Swellest you saw or ev er will see at SOcts 1 and 150 made in Every Style at tached and detached collars and cuffs Ev even ry color shade pattern that is uptodate Nice line of White and Colored Puff Bosom Silk Shirts at 150 We are the people to interview if your Need Shirts and SPRING EEADGEARJHandling Hats and Headgear Generally in great Quantities as we do we have estsblished relations direct with the Manufac tuers Titus Saving for the patrons of our house the average 25 per cent profit of the Jobbers from whom alone the ordinary re taller 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 upI Loan Rohllsoi Draw See them be fore you place your order for Machines BEAZLEY BAUGHMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS Champion Bin er Champion Cut Mowers JIRIHASELDENI ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky W McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Cyril Eflfiiieers tii Surveyor LANCASTER KY JNOTHATB JUHAXHTOH JEBOBINSON flays HMter Botinsii- iAttoneya aid Couselers at LawT j d i r 4 LANCASTER KY a 1A r rf 74 k RVtf SUITmwfflw wiffwmmwnramownw wmw ww WK LOCAL HAPPENINGS i1 1 1 l1 1 i A 1 A1 1 1 1 Ai 11JIIlUIUJUll1U111d111Ut1 Lovely taffeta silks at Joseph Hear the lecture on Japan May 92t See the Madras Piques at Jo sephs v Prettiest Hosiery in town at Jo sephs X Remember the given on the Range at Josephs jfv A No 1 Milk Cow for sale Buggy and Surrey harness very cheap W J Highest price in cash or for your Eggs at T Machine Needles Our Ladies Slippers are beauties R L Jennings Co Paint Lick Wonted Car Iron and H B North New stock of these tine I drapry pa pers for mantle lamp shades etc Post history by hearing Dr Kubota at Court House Tuesday eve ning May 9 ap 272t Closing out our flower seed Ver low prices for two weeks J C THOMPSON The Masonic lodge meets Monday night it being the second There are five Mondays in this month The largest and best line of Buggies Surries Pheatgns and Wagons ever seen in Lancaster rock bottom W J Building If you want to buy a nice BuIJding Lot I can sell you one from 1 Nacres cheap T CUIIBEY The friends and patrons of the Gra ded School should go out Friday eve ning to hear the pupils recite and to enjoy the splendid music Clipping Horses neatly clipped by a new just received Price 150 Have your horse clipped and it will help his appearance 100 per cent ap27tf ARNOLD HAMILTON an rrey ant ones cott J J C PSON up on l oad ces are R IaNS machine Yf1i f lc1ol tickets TV ROMANS trade iltt o3lrsoN TII03 i Lots ir P Beautiful Gingham at Josephs See the large line of Parasols at Jo sephs y Handsome dress roods of all kinds JosephsA iron fence is being placed in front of the workhouse Carpets in therollJ Beazley Co Dr Seimaro Kubota at Court House Tuesday May 9th ap272t Late of afch 25c up THOMPSON the Jeweler Will give 81 cts dozen for eggs this week H B NoiiTncoTT We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley Co Our Carpets and Matting will aston ish you R L Jennings Co Paint Lick Mrs J W Sweeney will sing at the contest in the Graded School Chapel Friday evening at 730 Fancy Clover and Timothy Kfay sold and delivered anywhere in We have the prettiest line of Mens Shoes and Clothing in Paint Lick R L Jennings Co WANTED 10000 pounds Wool Highest market price H B Nojtncott Prettiest line of Spring and Sum mer Dress Goods in Upper Garrard R L Jennings Co Paint Lick Recruits for the Philippine The Recruiting Officer in Lexington has just received orders to enlist a number of white men for service in the regiments now in the Philippine Islands These men will be sent di rect to San from Lexington and from Manila This will make a fine tripfor able bodied men and not over 35 years of age It will be a chance to see the world and possibly make a trip en tirely round It Persons desiring to should apply at once to the re cruiting officer in Lexington in to be in time may 4ltf s f to by G S Games I Francisco thereto enlist Jf i OPT unmarried 3 y s y S rNt 1y t Found Sum Owner can get same by describing I money amount in each piece and to tal amount and paying for trouble and this notice Bertram Spratt Lancaster Ky Capt Price 111 Capt Phil Price of the K C is fined to his bed in Richmond by an immense carbuncle We hope the clever ticketpuncher will soon be O K The day train is now being run by hear brakeman Brady who is doing things up in proper shape Public Sale Judge J C Hemphill who is of his grandmothers estate will on Friday May 5 sell at public outcry 3 milk cows some corn baled and loose hay farming implements rockaway and harness household and kitchen furniture The sale will take place on the premises at 9 oclock Tell Him Early Wes Zanone requests TILE RECOKD t3 ask those whose lights get out of shape to please notify him early in the morning He is kept very busy in afternoons and cannot well leave the powerhouse To get prompt atten tion tell Mr Zanone your tronbles in the morning The newfangled wire bustles and birdcage hips worn by the ladies are all right when the wearer knows to wall but when one walks like she is hopping over clods the new arrange ment flops up and down at each step like an oldfashioned pump handle Only a few Lancaster girls are to patch out with such arrangements however Big Blaze Saturday afternoon about fi e oclk the big barn of Len B Hudson at Camp Dick Robinson was destroyed by tire The building contained 200 000 pounds of hemp barrels corn machinery hemp seed and other stuff worth in all about 15000 upon which there was insurance amounting to 11250 Origin of fire unknown Colored Soldiers Attention The colored Regiments of the Regu lar Army are filling up very fast and there are only a few vacancies left All ablebodied colored men who can read and all ejc oldiers who desire to reenlist should call at once at the Recruiting Oilice in Lexington Busi College Building Main Street near post office Lexington Ky ma4tf Senator Gobel Coming lIon Win Goebel candidate for nomination for Governor on ticket will speak in Lancaster next Tuesday the 9th The speak ing will begin promptly at 2 oclock p M Everybody is cordially invited to be present Senator Goebels speech means that the other candidates will also come so in order to weigh well the claims of all his speech should be heard Business Come and give your measures and save a few dollars Best quality at shoddy prices from Wanamaker and Brown and Howard Tailoring com pany You can get the first choice by coming now and order suit to come when you want it Suits tailormaed from 10 to 30 Readytowear Suits 750 to 20 Come while I am at home Fit and quality quaranteed All wool M D HUGHES Agent Important Meeting The Commercial Club will hold a meeting Tuesday night which will be of vital importance to every man iti the county The L N freight agent has agreed to be present and all shippers of grain stock or other stuff should be there and talk over rate matters and other questions of importance The Clubs work will benefit our country friends as much as town people and they should come in and help keep the ball rolling Surveyor Coming The chief surveyor of the Southern Railway company will be in Lancaster within the next two weeks to look over the proposed routes A meeting of the Commercial Club was held night and committees appointed to make all necessary conducting the party over the lines It is the officers purpose to as certain in addition to the route the resources of each county amount of stuff shipped etc J M Farra T Anderson will probably go the entire distance from Burgin to Mid dlesboro with the party They go on horseback taking a tent cots and enough provisions to last three weeks Clubs in the other counties will have men meet the party at their county lines and the many advantages to the proposed road will be fully set forth A special assessment was made on members of the club to defray the ex pense We dislike to say so but not more thin twentyfive men have been all the expense of doing work and a number of socalled pub licspirited fellows have flatly re fused to contribute cent We pre sume every town is infested by such cattle But the of some puts no change on the Club its undertakings will to be pushed to successful end or Money may 42t conC A ho v 00 Ready Jor Tuesday arrangements- for however shortness rand continue c II Y administrator 31 compelled artificial Democratic an- A bearing thi yww iN r d TIlE CITY DADS Held an Important Session and Take Steps In HJany ITXattcrs The regular May meeting of the City Council was called to order by Mayor R Kinnaird Monday night and member answered Here to roll call After adopting minutes of last meting the members buckled down and proceeded as follows Committee appointed at last to investigate certain streets in Duncantown reported that repairs be made on same It appearing that the supreme court has decided that holders of stock in banks shall pay tax on same instead of banks paying it it was ordered that assessors books be changed according ly and the assessor was ordered to get lists of holders of such stock from the banksThe question of putting on a night watchman was then acted on of which appears elsewhere Capt Herndon then stated to the Board the probability of the Kentucky G A R meeting in Lancaster and the clerk was ordered to draft a for mal invitation to the old soldiers The old eyesore the burned corner was then brought up and the condition and unsightly of same commented upon The attorney was directed to look into the matter and see to what extent the owners of the lot could be compelled to improve same It was moved that they be mane to put a dressed board fence ten feet high around it but some one suggested they be made to till up the old cellars and sod it so the matter was referred to the attor ney It was clearly the Boards to have all dune that can be in matterW Johnston appeared for workhousekeeper IJenge and stated that as the latter had just completed a residence on Crab Orchard streetand the further fact that he was kept busy with his livery stable Mr Benge would like to turn over the workhouse to any other person the Council may select The matter was referred to Mr Higginbotham who was invested with authority to slake full the case Property owners on Campbell street Jock Row then appeared and plead ed that they be given some relief from the great nuisance carried on there court clays Other parties also com plained of the Public Square being turned into a stock pen on court days It was stated to the Council that if the stock was ordered off the streets Mr Benge would erect regular stock pens on his lots near the depot and run them like it is done in all other towns Tire attorney was directed to draw such an ordinance In every town in Kentucky they have regular plates set apart for cattle sales and after the traders become familiar with it they would much rather have it that way It is not Only a nuisance but is decidedly unhealthy to keep four or five hundred cattle penned on the principal streets all day It is a nuisance and should be remedied by all means As to Jockey Row prop erty owners there state that their rent is decreased from onethird to one half by reason of the drunken swear ing crowd of hoodlums that gathers on that street The Jockeys dont seem to care what kind of language they use before the houses and their conduct is a disgrace to civilization The plan proposed is to have the stock pens and Jockey at the place and then no property owner will be imposed upon Mr Moritz representing a St Louis company then made his application for a franchise on a waterworks sys tem and a committee composed of Messrs Stormes Higginbotham and was appointed to consider the matter and report at a You Should Attend Everybody should attend the con test in elocution at the Graded School Chapel tomorrow Friday night at 730 The small fee of 10 and 15 cents will be charged and is to go toward of the pupils who will take part in the Blue Grass Gra ded School Tournament at Somerset Our school will send good representa tives and we are satisfied the Lancas ter entries will make themselves known when the prizes are awarded Encourage the young folks by attend ing the contest and show them by your presence that you are interested in their work Graded School Election As stated in last issue an election will be held at the Graded School building Saturday afternoon to select two trustees The terms of Messrs B F Hudson and Lewis Y Leavell have expired and the patrons of the school are exceedingly anxious that they be reelected Two men better qualified for the places cannot be found They understand the work ings of the school take pride in itand give much time to its interests The school was never in better condition every way and the people should show their appreciation of the Boards work by giving a large vote for the re election of these gentlemen meeting mention appearance intention settlement- of desIg- nated Robinson meeting defrayingexpenses dangerous 1 fiYv7 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Night Vatcliuan 1iit On At the Council Monday night a petition signed by many was presented asking the board to appoint Joe Petty as night Tire request called forth many suggestions among the number being one to dispense with the day man and put him on night duty The Council had evidently heard some of the cannonading as it was clear they wanted to take steps in the matter It was finally decided to put Mr Pet ty on duty at 30 per month Some people have said it was country boys who dd the shooting in town but in this they arc sadly off It is done by a lot of longhaired Mamas darlings and town dudes who lounge about the streets all day and elevate hades at night Now if Mr Petty will land some of these hothouse plants behind the bars he will confer a great favor upon a suffering public IF TIllS IS TRUE Lancaster Vill be IJettcr Fixed Than liver Keforc We have it from a very reliable source that the L will on the 15th put its day passenger trains on this branch and make the connections at Rowland which TirE has been pulling for The night trains will remain just as they are and the day train will go to Stanford about noon connecting with trains there both north and south and returning shortly after one oclock This will give close connection at Rowland both to Cincinnati Louisville Knoxville and Middlesboro You can leave here at noon and get to either Cincinnati or Louisville for supper and returning leave either city just after breakfast and get home to dinner This sounds too good to he true but the report comes from several different sources and from men position to know what they are talking about The track has been ballasted and repair d until it is up to the average and the amount of money spent on it shows the railroad people are preparing for some move This change would work no inconvenience whatever to people out on the Knoxville branch as they will make just as good time and the fare will not be increased The re port says one of the through freights will run as a local from Rowland to Richmond and then go into as a through The only part of the rumor we dont like is that it will take Capt Phil Price Engineer Lamniers and the clever crew now running here and put them over on the Livingston branch Ve Want Them A movement is on foot to get the Kentucky Grand Army of the Repub lic to meet in Lancaster next year and meetin watchman N taxpayers RECD ID lib Cincinnati active steps are being taken toward that end The meeting would bring about eight hundred old veterans to town beside many hundred visitors This meeting is not one where the cit izens are asked to take care of the but the old soldiers come pre pared to pay their way and each man leaves ten to twenty dollars in the town Tire meeting will not be held until 3lay IJGO and by that time tIm hotel and opera house will bcw in use and can furnish accommodations for both the meetings and lodging Capt Ilcrndon will take the invitation to Ulasgow this week and he and Jim Dillon will work like beavers to get the meeting It will be a big thing for Lancaster and it is earnestly hoped the old soldiers will see their way clear to accept our invitation The Railroad Conies of tin surveys requested by President Spencer art being mule and wiil soon b in that officers hands The building of this road has attract ed the attention of all other roads through Kentucky and it looks more like a go every day but the matter of having it go through Garrard county is what interests the readers of Tits RECORD As stated in a recent issue there are several oth er routes beside the one through Gar rard and railroads like men go where they get the best hgurcrs Toil REC OID wishes to impress upon the people of Garrard the fact that this road moans a world of advantages to them and that if they want it they will have to give the right of way and hustlelike good fellows beside If we miss it we are gone up the spout as no other mad will ever head this way because this one makes the only point a road would have to pass through here to gt to Many people along the route voluntarily offerrcd the right of way and we are satisfied that ninny more wii do likewise Take your old buggy Phaeton Road Wagon awl Surrey to AV J Romans arid have them made new we are turning oat time best work ever done in Lancaster W J ROMANS v Lecture Dr Seimaro Kubuta formerly of Tokio Japan will deliver a lecture at the Court House Tuesday night on hs country her peoi1 planners customs progress of Christianity re cent war between lawn and China mind war between the United States and Spain It wiII be illustrated by beautiful views and is as quite interesting Part of the proceeds will go to the Lancaster Christian church Admission i cts Tickets on sale at McRoberts drug store ap 272t running hue ant many recommended visitors have 1 RAH ft 7t 1 I iPPUhtUi4Fifl Special Dress 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 undoubt edly will be the greatest bargain you will find this Season in Dress Fabrics We have a few Ladies TailorMade Suits left will close out at a 8 Suits at 5 10 Suits at 6 12 Suits at 8 20 Suits at 12 Ladies Made Suits bargain Tailor Wash Bress We are showing hand some line of White and Colored Piques Organ dies Dimities Lawns Ginghams Cotten Cov ets Homespun Linens etc You should see of Ladies Mens and Childrens Shoes and Slippers before you buy The styles and prices will surely Goods New in Shoes and Slippers ourline you it Styles interest LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY I q rA a 4 6 y y ra t jfO J a Paines Celery Strength CompoundGives I Best spring medicine- It makes the weak strong We sell and recommend it r tis YAE IN ADVANCE 100 s fONt fG See our leaiitiful lifli NEW DESIGNS I t t OF 1 Wall paper I i I T Quality Low TricesIB st WIT IR1E CENTRAL RECORD EVERY BY JOVIS LAHnRAit Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKYII WEE THURSDAY May 4 1899 TUB jury n the Sommers bribery case at Frankfort was discharged hav ing failed to agree on a verdict The jurors stood eight for conviction and four for acquittaL The case has been very much on the order of a tempest in a tea pot A great Hurry was made sis if such a thing as bribery was new 5n elections Any man who enters a contest expecting to win without the use of boodle evidently goes in for the fun of the timing Jt is true the lag of votes is disgraceful but to win in this dijr and time a candidate has to shell out his cash right and Itit LEXINGTON people stayed up all night to he at the theater to get for Mansfields Cyrano de Ber gerac which will be played there next week Very few people have read the book but Dame Fashion says its the timing and people will climb other to attend We would wil lingly stand for hours in the broiling s in waiting to get up to the ticket wagon of a circus but we draw the line on highfolutin theatrkas which have no point and are so dry the of the audience are filled with dust GAUHAUD people regret to learn of time death of Mrs Jane Rhea mother of lion John S Rhea they extend great sympathy to honor able gentleman in his bcreaxement 2fo prominent man in the state is hot ter liked by Garrard county people than is Mr Rhea TilE monument to Kentuckys dead was unveiled at Chickamauga yester day amid much pomp and parade Gov Bradley and stair were present and the monument was unveiled by Miss Christine Bradley The to be very pretty and a credit to the state THE WixcHESTEu DEMOCRAT says Clark county goes in for a ratio of 15 to 1 sixteen ollice seekers to one rail splitter Some day in tile dim far off future there will be no hewers of get boots blacked then TIlE LOUISVILLE POST was twenty one years old Saturday and spread its salf over twentyfour pages The Post is uptodate and enjoys an circulation Heres hoping it may live many years longer and retain its present high standing Jiravu Men Full Victims and kidney troubles as well as women and the result in loss ofappetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness head ache and tired listess rundown feeling But theres no need to feel thatListen to J W Gardner Idaville Jnd says Electric arc just the thing foru man when he is all rundown strength and good appetite than any timing 1 could 1 can now cat anything and new lease on life 50 cents at K E JlcRoberts Drug Store Every bottb teed im n bur tickets ees county monuments I immense to stomathlier lie ordiesH I i ov reach au id emI Bitters haven guan More Local 3ffsirkut Hoosier Corn Planters Brown Cul tivators Johnston Roller Barring IFjrrows Dccring Binders and Mow 01 G S GAINES The large Lodge iloom pycr Post ollice Will make good ofnc Call on W T West or W McC Johnston for particulars W O Bradley Circuit Clejif Will Hamilton the birth of a largu re heifer calf weight about 52 pounds flak eyes and takes very mucji after mother Billy looks well Notice to Creditors All those having claims against estate of Mrs Catharine Leave decd will please present them prop erly proven to J i ijtijjphill or Win Ifermlon Atfcy gp20 Teachers lixttnilnnllon- Einnination for white teachers will b2 held fa my ollice May 19 and 20 The examinaiUrti for colored will be held at same piut6 May 20 and fma4tfj ELISA J LUSK Jsui t IAQi fiftiven Sunday Eld George Gfws preached Hubble Sunday morning IIM After noon A great crowd of his locked out to hear him and In tile af ternoosi the pike was lined with vehi Henry and John Duncan liave con solidated their shops and are now in the old stand over Powells store Public Square and Lexington street Polite attention sharp razors clean towels and inanyyonrseyperience tit them to do the best or work tf missionary Day Next StmUfir will be Missionary Day at the Christian churH Every is urged to be present An offer ing will be made for Home stun foreign Missions Let us all do our duty in this matter E POWELL Minister Sunday afternoon gcv Massie bap Used eight persons in Dix rivcf They had joined the Baptist church during his present meeting at Herrings school house The meeting continues through this week ant1 las been one of much interest and good Rare Opportunity Music lovers will have an opportu nity of hearing ROme of the greatest artists of Europe and America at tile BECOMING A MOTHER A Sure to Avoid Danger Every true woman wants to bo a A baby is the dream of her life the glory of womanhood true happiness can never be known bringsYet nil mothers must pass is so full of pain fear that many n life is sacrificed because inability to the struggle of Itis not necessary to euffer in bring ing new the world the use of Mothers Friend the suffer ing end danger can be avoided and the hour of and pain This remedy h praised by thousands who it Jyery woman anxious to learn l o r t pvoid tlje store for little book Baby is Born will be sent tree to upon to the Brad field Co Atlanta I Tile INt 0 tit jQ illmt 2 J cles c c corner member CIT HLBS B1fJI Jng Way its reud tested i pain and which l efOlif 1 1 repo I rA dir cr5teach 7 dmmii impd yo suffering Georg itt CAN SELL YOU Paint Wall Tinting Cheaper than any House in this Section Stock laid in before prices advanced LILLAI D SE OUT DANTILLE I1Y q was cA BUSINESSI EDUCATION Is abslntely necessary to the young or young woman who would winThan Is of first Importance to get your training at the school tbRt strands In the very front THE BRYANT STJRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY ucccss In Ule This being couceded I t rmink BOOKKEEPINGSHORTHAND TELEGBAPlir Seven teachers each one a Infidels lineGraduates f this college preferred business forieautlful book testimonials from graduates occupyingprqniiuent all over the United States it will tJ wUI J rF 2 i1 J tL i rer m IJotttsvIUe May Fu lival on May 8 9 anU 10 Ko expense has been spared to make the five concerts of time Festi val as attractive as possible 2t I wish to rent out the property be longing to Slrs Susan FJSlicr on Lex ngton street Possession given J Vr SWEENEY Nice Supper Time ladies of Good Hope church near Paint Lick gave delightful Friday night and cleared a neat sum for the church Barred J have u line pen of the above ens and will sell at 50 cents per setting of m They arc medium size splendid layers and mature early Leave orders at NJcRoberts Drug Store if I 1Y Mcftoherts Pay Your School ftuf The Garrard Circuit Court has that the Lancaster Graded School is on a legal basis and that tax must be paid and un less paid at once levies and sales will be made By order of time Board of Trustees B JT rris Collr New Stand Wo ara now in our new building Crab Prcjiard Campbell streets better prepared than cyer to furnish Flour in eschuge for wheat Farmers bring c u your and get a good turnout of Hour second in fjual ity to none in the state 2t POTTS Klusival Festival A feingJo fare for the round trip Louisville and reuin i ed on all railroads during tin Festival to be given there May 8th Dili and lOlh The opportunity to visit Loijisville will be the best of the year and grtafes b singers in America Will appear ii tiie JxfjS iyfll ajJ The following btmks belonging the Child Study Club Library be found A study of child nature Elizabeth Harrison Nature Study Wilbur S Jackman Phyucal Child jSnnjJjef Western Monthly A ny Qfwns lc will IjetfFitefnriy fe fiif liiiwrtry WorK M rs Carey Anderson who ft wide putation on laundry work at Crab ofcnafvi Swinis now lives at toll gate on Crab Orchard pika nr GJistar and will take work at reason able ptiPiis She makes a specialty of lace sto ff lars and cum shirt waists bQnriets etc tf The Music Festival to bo hold in Louisville on May 8th Oth and 10th should e well patronized by the pee pie of KentucKy Tennessee and South crn Indiana It is an eiiisrprjse that commends itself all lovers of music as well as ffl thpse who are interested in the general jdcyciOpnent of Louis yule surrouudjng territory 2 Adams Fistula ttahGs 1 P by Adams Fish Paint Lick Is with ready sale every where Persons whQ lie used it say its a marked success und o pure for Fistula Polevil Swinney niiGS IJjlargc ment Greasy Jleol otc a written guarantee timid money re funded if not asrepresented aplJJ Be Thoughtful Notwifijs ff Jng the fact that the town has placed Qtibite ijiijLhing racks on all streets there are sotntt poople who persist in hitching to private fen ces The fence at the Presbyterian church hip been badly damaged in this way and lust several pannels were torn completely away People evidently hitch to fences thoughtless ly but if they had to pay for and rapping planks they would to the ptoees njadp TOT such pur poses Amlioiij Hopes Latest Koiuance Anthony Hopes new romance The Countess Emilia beginning in the May Ladles Homo Jnurrwl will be read with the greatest interest by its authors admirers in this country In the very opening chapter the readers curiosity is aroused in the liveliest way The story is in Anthony Hopes characteristic vein and carries ones interest as unwaveringly as flid Time Prisoner of Zcnda with which he entertained and delighted every lover of a good story well told McClfffcfit Magazine for May The special literary features of thin number are an pyccHent short story by KipUnj TieFlAg of their a series tIe gold trail by Hauiiin fiflflm and the opening Installment of a novel of American life The from Indiana by a new writer Mr Booth Tarkington This last for first worfc distinguished The characters are presented with masterly clearness and individuality they and the Whole scene and atmos phere in which tfjey ing and finally the incidents in which they arc Involved have unfail ing freshness und signjjjcance and of ten become Intensely wmatie To the North The Queen and Crescent Route has inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous Blue Grass between Cincinnati and Lexing ton Free Parlor cars find Queen and Crescent Standard Vestibuled day coaches 4 trains dally to Cincinnati with close connection with all trains north Queen and Crescent trains are with out a in the South 17 shortest jline unequalled train service 2t rm j i tg f i immediately supper lit rock decided Common the school 1T orner find c r 1 Jm Q1 p Iusic e is t1C eIPIJ 9 ort t Tan cHr airs r orthy J o 4 I it Sdi n Is snJdon lire WC rebuilding I i Country f pQ ins f particularly Gentleman 1 if very Vestibule W i W J 4 Icchic grain Bim airSec i esan 1 I Ib milE In fmerp his anti r4t L4y Eiierp1ie tingSii mnet lute iii iniles 1 passe ife r B V c The War Dcartmeist has wired itW T Johnston recreating officer at xxingtxn Ky to enUst colored ap plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser vipe senc i ng time former to Fort Grant Arizona and the latter to Fort Doug lass Salt Lake City This cellent opportunity for young colored men to get into the Army Recruit for white Infantry and Cava ry regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W T JOHNSTON f10tf Main St Lexington Ky Not Try It Jre cannot see why the churches in town dont lay aside their mousetrack differences and have union meetings every Sunday night Every church in town now has a splendid preacher but the atteiuliHlOO at nil or them on Sun pay nlgJit wilt nptmake one good sized audience Thcr6 are some members who think their chances for the land will be forever blasted if they worship in other churches but they arc greatly In the minority thank the Lord and we believe that if each church will vote on time question Meetings will carry by an over whelming minority Nothing would more tp IQ lAme con gregations get all the singers and lay aside time petty differences every Sijiuluy By church menibofs caH show tIle outside world that they have genuine religion and hejlevo that other poople their own niornbojs stand some show for thumping a harp In time great What say ye brethren Will you dwell together in unity Si eech or Uov U Bradley at the tin veiling of the Kentucky Monument In Cliiclmmanca lark xpptjA Tenp May g At the unvcflijig in Cljickampugp Wednesday Cgv lirad jey said in parf Jiayp kern greeted battlefiflfls pf ths republic ed for Iveptpclfy tojje first pfiHtljegtatcst with leader ond ntotL rly dcyptfon tg crept a hljii4cii mon netit to her sonbra HIOUHT carries with it pud upcrj It com pleto rccouciliiitlou of tiLt contending pssJo s This shaft Is dedicated not uloilC to thcs who died ou tbis and surroutullng neWs but GbcgHlJantsurvivors wLo when tbe f by the bright SUusfiliiypU 4triivt i4rrf6attc thelr penes to brokit tojaA ir iii bored ttirioufj t is beist anti mo t distjtijjiiisUed Kentucky has ovlucud no partiality la this evidence of loving remembrance It carries vtU no no jcalousy no in Vftljolejistliiftinn It is not an emblem of to the van liulshec but an equal trj 16 im worth of the desceadUnti5of roas ohfederatei may proudly gaze upon it jJ fi ttlie state honored their ancestors ef cause lost their Jicrojijm reyejccil gji h nipmorjes per pStJIiJted An l Jhc ns pr S Jfie lousht Oil tfie otlcr sjde may loyk upon jt with pqual prIde Jlat ittSUy conimemoratgs 4eelsi of their illustrious iine tori who prosgryeil tiJ na tion from destruction May it endure forever standing guard over victor and jiJJ the statue that surmoun t it in one hand jieojle ready and anxious at tOt timca to up Intfrity ofone country ahd to drive tt iif l Its shores any in Bolcntxoo ilmtaliidt Pjcti rt reinvad then A ad now after or- r ftaye been torn frihi our eyes atid we enabled to see bri of rca orf which slUne Ijejojfd divine the sen i mcnt which iBspiiVilifte tt in that drama That the union should have been preserved antI slavery abolished all are ready to con cco Thut the victors won in honorable tight no oijc il dispute Hjjt while this is manifest t is fh t we b fcrt n defeated vprfi ifisrueil Uysiupef fc tir n priiKJiplB tcllevti to tlmt they wiJj valor equ lied alono by those who oppose 1 ih2aj but never surpassed mill their heroic bravery and suffer entitle them to the admiration of all There coudl b no ito c convincing evidence of the righteous termiaation of tlat great iiiryijirlg than the present grandeur and power of the fepiiblie ftc richest nation on globeNofor the heroic blood of our Negro troops has obliterated every ling rln regret of ha master ad proclaimed in unuistalc blc language that the liberty of 1899 is better than h c slavery of IRol The monument dedicated today mav in the rush of y art crumb b fijd 1 1 in o dust but arounl Lockout Mission ary JJidge like gathering mjsts snail remain the meat TICS of tleids and jn every hoart sball be a monument of love and srongth and patriotism whirl will I erptrii t rou h al time the glories of that great Looking into the future war apt the Jpnd hope be indul ed that n the end our mav in all thinsrs te d liberate just anti that our flg may wave in triumph feared by tyrants in every land antI on every tea that jcjejfh its folds may pit her the oppressed of every clime and tlje slaye beneath the rod Qf oiHircbsiotj reel hjs chains grow Ughcr Sic heart le Joy and hall its colors a dcllyeranpej that na tions which have been bitten by the serpent of rapacity und conquest shall look upon its folds nnd bo hfftled nu who with Tath looked upon the serpent that wa lifted up in the wilier css God grant that ours shan be the victory of enlightenment and liberty the triumph of right over mjght of jus ice over injustice of humanity ovr cruelty and oppression im ires shtll have pusstd away and the nations of earth become Louisville in 01 Appoint til Roudiunitef LEXINOTOX Ky May 2 II M Waite has appointed oadinaster of the diyison gf tIme Cin cinnati SpuUicrn yuie Bowcn Change xyiU take effect Monday Jlr Wag i superin tendent of bridges IxjuiHvlllo After the Encampment LorisviuE Ky April move ment is on foot to secure the United Died From Eating Hemlock R t EIKTOK Ky May 3 Rachael Mc Lean aged 14 years ate hemlocjj root She was taken witljspasnjs anjl vdiedn a hourg LKXIXQTOX Ky May 8 TbP ladfeg of Lexington are preparing for rer P100 for the Sd Kentucky iegiment of volunteers on their return to this city on May 10 WVfT Service tor the Kentucky Louisvn E KjvAy 8 J B Caldi fc Co of Philadelphia was Mon y awarded the contract for furnish faff the silver service for the battle ship Kentucky It is to cost 80000 and con sist of 80 pieces v Rsgrnfts is anex regular promised Union nnl together loi g save- S hereafter UAFf 1pIATT v ment t Mir pop r tl the till that Y of the cOUJfllonweliHll mmcii 1t 1 thtkIr i p JioldhHltj8 tqr h of libertr shedding abroad ray iij graspng the mblematlc l et Qne from anti tin 1 laI lI y r raua jut fought in mankind tc lay f the ummls of thC cruury w e s gUn p With t those bl zen unit one resigned TIc 30A onfilerat yetcrans encatnpmen few L J and ell d a mi al u i sl f c w 4oioiat Why niit tim LHE t1ii i ont Wafri iii1A led r t xu3 iii future i mhzre lil Was tl fceljug I liedvmtnrjuI 5 1St omEr wotti oP thu mpetteij 1h1 the thettiItM stan trOth ocd tri Omse leoely to e g avers tutu oeter suoE ruz a beep alp tfpr unch aHif UrcepLl iL IQZ Jp zNrii fits ulacky 1 I lunch 1 I in at in is Child Cttuisica to cstsLHJEKTY Ey May 2 Charlie Henry and wife and child 1 year the arms of its mother who was on liorseback crossing the Licking river this place met a fourmule team and wagon on the bridge Time mutes became frightened ran away the wagon striking Mrs Henrys horse and throwing her and the child The wagon ran over and crushed the child to death and time mother was badly hurt V 111 Visit Her Home LOUISVIIIK Ky April 20 Mr and Mrs Antonio dc Navarro the latter formerly Mary Anderson the actress have arrived in New York will come to this city Word has been re ceived by her friends here to that ef fect She was born and made her debut here Murdered With a Club BEXTOJT Ky May Mason got drunk and created distuabanco a church on the edge of Graves county John Cope a constable at tempted to arrest him Mason clubbed him breaking his skull His recover impossible A aso escaped FAIUS Ky April 2fi Will Stiver Iic4 here under mysterious eircum gtanccs He was ill but three and time physicians are unable to ao sot his trouble There ar s strong suspicious that ho was A post mortem will be held Printer outwits Suicide LOUISVILLE Ky April 5i9 At Se bree Ky the body of Emerson Roper a printer was found in his room with an empty pistol by his side 2Co for the eufuiclq threo DalJs cn tered one piercing tho heart Scalded to LcathO- WKXSBORO Ky April CO The little child of tPin IIeflin vliile Vpjlirj a hoop iu tijVyatcl ut hej fathe s hone near into a caulclnm of boiling lye and was so badly burned thjit shg jJJed in a few hgtirs A Kcntuckiuii Appoliitca May s F K MclUovr of Kentucky has been appointed a draughtsman in the geological survey ofllec The llloomer Girls Won LE IXGTOX Ky May fj Before ljJQO people atJolt Utnppak after noon the Bloomer Girls an featcd the Lexington club by a score of 10 to 11 McKixxs Ky Second SBQ lion of freight ijain No 4J wreck ed on the Cincinnati Southern ncac pars Wepo do mplisJied toe trains warn delayed eu hours Street Kiiilwny Kwjployoa Moot LOUISVILIK Ky May 2 Tho sixth annual convention of the Association of Street Railway Em plpyes of America began here Monday behind closed dotis tlhtj will last five lays About 40 clues ar J represented pr K K Mcloiioisl Biji LopisviLLg Ky April oO Dr R B McDonpugh state exarainer of th Catholic Knights and Ladiefi pf died at his home in city Friday inght He was 56 years of age Pa whats lifTercnc betwcefj talent rind genius A roan with talent nhle to build for himself tho finest monument In the country The public usually Iws to provide the monument for a genius Chicago Daily News Xot the First you yi IM fPgref tiis he said when she refused him Possibly she replied but It will be only one of a bunch of regrets Titus was the blow softened Chi cago tost ijf Genius There fIIas yojjcboi u Ji bby of any Itjntl Not that I Then I am for yop and him wUJ probably never succeed in be- ingsjngled fjut from among the crowd JanetrI do love the Doesnt ii bring fq piind all the best and loveliest things pf lifg Ye6 imlgot J havent done B timing this week but shop fo shipe waists N y Truth Depended on Clrciuii tRuce How many persons can you crowd into a car I asked the conductor That depends on whether they are married folks or couples thinking it he replied Philadelphia jjJorth American p fit JT i LT n c Young Lady PO you Injm es to ride bicycles lllcyelisf riding is alj enojigb biit er ont think they ought jo take headcrsi N tf Weekly iNtloiu from the Bench your tliis is the lady xyhg claims that the dogliithciv1 Well where Is the dog who claim IQ have bitten the lady Chicago Red KMisq GrptcsouQ says that when p gir sup jvjis pf jyalkjng SP stilts We1 she hasnt got over jt Frpe Press H VplJ Bobby what 0q you wan 9 ulf suffering frpm parentp djr pjpljne An OFpliap TitBits Shopper What Is the between these two materials New t centB B yard Thats all Harlem Life Bill The fellow has some very good ideas he must lot of bright friends Yonkers Statesman i WEST old and 2James day sandbagged pause I hi5 ran WAfUJ GfO aggregation of female ball tossers de Slay Wan b r Amalgamated thi Pfl 1 1 orr e The ttziiu Passion spring Estelh about u H time rigii fq p Q yet P lalf pp ClerkFifty DIrJt1 JillYes haven wile cop H Utfl5f p 3lTTtcIpns Dcsth itt FtrIi I ut I nun body PciLyjIle thipsimi Ey1 Car4 WrrkmI was Sea eCimycpttim t Jipup iiffegew1 tile Iii know of jaqilr tile No hang ttle onl urQjt 4ffey tbr Pu when grow Jnepee4 flouety real diiTerene Absrp1JoR I j j No More Shakes Yucatan TRY fo I t Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Take m Worthless Substitute NLWFORr STABUiS Uorsonicu From the Campbell County Track Now at Louisvil Arrived Front Memphis Tenu LOUISVILLE Ky May 2 Over 700 are pow at Churchill Downs vady for the spring meeting which begins vxt Thursday The track was a lively place all during Sunday and Monday it will be still more lively as 100 horses arrived Sunday night from Memphis and about twice that many will reach here Monday Sunday the weather was fine for exercising tho racers and nearly all the more horses were out Great interest centered in Manuel the derby favorite as even Bob Walden his trainer was not certain that his hpyse would he ablQ ty ftiivt in the star eyent of tho meeting because of his Walden succeeded in getting such a boot as he wanted for Manuel Saturday afternoon and the gre t Morris colt stepped uIc A s i a quar iu tfsiOV wU all euc Almost every one tr ck j nd there were hundreds of uus sp cators vyi ching the work of tlyj frpf veat yild with delight gver Manuels rcrforinanqe His T ordahip hpwcver another candidate went tho same distance in S10 but was evrted it seemed much move than Manuel was the California colt which E1 Corrigan hopes will win the derby went a mile and a quarter but was not at all and r t l p hi work was taken dntainbfcp another aspirant for the derby stttko was out also and the best hu could do was a mile and a quarter in 215 He will hardly start in the derby Time sti ings which arrive Sunday night fjpm Newport were Iau OJiri en 6 lv Tucker g Prank Jones 4 J V Carter 2 11 Scoggan C T G Cal vert 11 John llannigan 5 James Murphy4 3 ThebC stiings will arrive Monday from Memphis J Urennan 15 J li Lewuian lJ T P Hayes Desha W J Smith 5 Uobiuson Moore 10 1 M Civill 15 J C Ferris jr 15 A G Weston G lenson Arthur 7 T E Barrett 15 Settle Co 10 lOj M T Dnnahep K V M Muy A Uo JJO JL 0 W H Laudeman l4 Gil Curry 10 Tom Kielly 3 TOBACCO CO INCORPORATED The Company propose to Purchase and Cultivate OCOJ Acres of the relit Tcbic o Land In Cuba PATHS ICy May Cuban Cooperative Tobacco Co was prganizod and intb vattd her i ihc company proposes tp piirchase and cultivate 5000 acres of the best tobacco land in Cuba lion ClJilldo M of tho compauy its just return ed from Cu a where he secured options oa some of the most valuable lands The directors are John T ton P I McCarthy William Myall Ford Brent C J Thomas Paris City CovingtonPShoe Co Xenia O The stock is beth f rapidly taken up A r Crawford Nominated May 3 Thedcm ociratp the Nigertyseppn4 legislative district met here Monday in conven tjpn A P was nominated tg represent time district in thp next general assunbly The Chicago Bcyau and cxgenatpr Jo BJaclc jiurij were indorsed MONTHLY SUFFERING I Insist on YUCATAN PRICE 50c 1 tIil nUll lIore horses prominent injured foe t tc L at the derby ht r V i ISJo 1 P- mt cr W hayes 2The Thomas p p pla i 4 Corn mc F lIlt1 4vmE y crawford of women are monthly pains in the head back breasts phoHlderssides and limbs But they aifeij not Thousands troubledatinter- vals These are of dangerous derangement that can be The men stroai function should operate makes menstruation painless It menstrual do work And that stops oil this month after month wizen qrGardui will her posts IQQ at time drug dgut botfe today For advice in cases requiring specjal directions The Advisory Department The Co Chattanooga Tenn Mrs WZEM LEWIS ni nt Texts WM troubled at with terrlbl In and tack but km M rM vM kf Wise 4 CarM s pai1l sly lrrdu andregular ill condl ion to t iu Why will suffer v e s t LAdies I f I UlI J corr puts delicate orgaps womazi Wime Ittycil ft ISSI says iH pile head Aetna Queen Palatine Natouii Hartford Milwaukee Conneticnt ContinentalGlens German American Phenix of Brooklyn New York Underwriters GlobeNorth J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVIELE KENTUCKY Land Surveyor Apt fc AETNA FIRE I2 URANCE CO FIRE and LIFE BSDHAIRX INSURANCE CCWAS EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Agts Office over Post Office LANCASTER t jr Yw Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going st f You An afng West PURCHASE TICKET vii wt LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE H ft AND SO SCCUR The Mctmu of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time nnd alt other inibnniUfcn will be cheerfully furnished orfcy ORGANIZED 1883 KINNAIRD INSURANCE ReDr s utiu FJll wl 4 D leware Aetna LIfe Ins GO of llaffoCollI SrR GITE1U FIRE fND E oc COOP T V If rr by C p iYMeftl s It I I lt R1 1 C1lliP all a a LPuav4I4 cITIZEN NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER JT Capital Surplus Fuud 50000 1QOQQ BUSINESS SOLICITED areful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed f K HieeiNBOTHAX awls Y LEAVELL F HUDSON r o RIGNXT D WALKKB Frealden Assistant Cashi Eookleepei DIBECTQfcg- MHieOINBOTHAM L3WIB YL3AVML- Lf8 JOHNSON T M A MOMJ JB VLXXGIBB JJWAia JACOB Y BOBIKION s 4lth1el II C ARNOLD E F HUDSON S YLcePremlctent Jur Flue Keif J uriianplHlJ Vill make the present season pn serve cows at fpp Money time of geryicp im A BOURNE TREES PLANTS VINE hrubs small fruits and eyery for Orchard awn and Gar dePt We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree CatalogueR on application to H F HIUENMEYER phone 279 Lexington Ky Bring The Record Your Job Work ronI EP 8prnl 1899 Trtiit auI l a s duet au1 pnaweqa1 ire i Lf k y r 1 r tv STUDY WE STUDY YOUR INTERESTS WE STUDY YOUR WANTS 4 tat Iii i f 4 tS iAtf jft 1ftlJft 1f t tJfgI7f T f Tt JT WE TO PLEASE t I i f OO O zOO OO OO iOASo t000OSOOH C7 o0 Cz Ci OO G O oO OO i CY 0 Y O- Ok1Z4 We have the Prettiest Line of Stetson Hats Manhattan Shirts In Central Kentucky I II i j c o ay JLFROHMAN GO THE4 DANVILLE KENTUCKY T T WE G LOB Eta tk fkiA iA iAt f fk 1k 1k OO1k iA f f f iA A f f f f TSIf f 4 BI rT 7f f f T T T f f f f f i GUARANTEE PERFECT SATISFACTION oz 4+ + SUMMER MILLINERY An immense line of the LATEST things in Summer Millinery just received at Ifyou want the Newest Prettiest Goods and UpTo Date Styles give us a call and we can supply you with anything in our line at the most reasonable prices LOT OF SAILORS WILL BE PLACED ON SALE SATURDAY Phone 85 NOEI SISTERS ANEW f i CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY May 4 I8 9 Rev and Mrs W L Clark have re turned from Burgin Mesdames Robinson and Postle were in rnvUle Tuesday A few friends stormed Miss Nannie Harris evening Miss Lizzie Simpson has boon visit lug Miss Lizzie Thompson Miss Lixie Brown is trimming for the Misses Noel this month Mr Will Lackey and wife visited Mrs R A Burnsice Sunday Artificer Fred J Conn of the second La RegL returned home Monday Miss Florence Darnell of Maysville is the guest of Miss Florence IIarris Little Misses Dunn of Stanford are the guests of Letty Mae McRoberts Mr R E McRoberts has been in Louisville for a few days on business Louis Walker and Miss Eliza Lusk visited Camp Nelson Sunday afternoon The many friends of Julia Reid VCr6 Vb S6e at preaching Sun gay Banks Hudson is expected to be a guest of Mrs Jno E week Miss Pearl Hill is assisting in trim in Miss TlUetts millinery satire George D Lusk has been assigned toTraylors distillery for the next two months Mr Gabc Greenleaf is confined to his room by a spell of sickness He ia some better Mrs Juliette Rogers left Tuesday to visit relatives and friends in Covington and Cincinnati Mrs Eliza Farris has returned from a visit Capt Geq II Dobyns who very low Quite a crowd of this city attended preaching at Hubble Sunday to hear Eld Geo Gowen Mrs Elizabeth Denny returne from a visit to Mrs George Wl e a Vhites 5 f McOiure of Paris has guest of Miss Lillie Dale G for a few dj ys Judge M P Hughes l as returned froni Iryin and is to on cothng customers Prettiest Bruit to Lancaster Sallie D Tiilei s 1 V I UacDDI Tuesday her th Hl continues 1 r t qrt tI Mll IIJt Y line ever foe ooooeoooooooaoooooooa LPERSOMUjooeooooo0 i I I i i t Miss lad Mrs i Morn esl mini j bas station cn the stilt f ready wait ills Nf7- iL r k ti i i r MissLaura Bright Doty of is expected tomorrow to visit her aunt Miss Lena Bright John M Logan is in the cities buy ing more spring and summer goods This is his third trip this season Mrs G S Gaines and two daughters Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines visited friends in Danville Monday Mr and Mrs Chas Denman and pretty baby Francis Lee of Nichol asville are Mrs Alex Wests guests Margaret Gill and Miss Kate Kinnaird left Tuesday to visit Miss Mary Gill who is attending school at Oxford Ohio The Social and Industrial Club will meet Miss Lillie Dale Grant next Wednesday This will probably be the last meeting of the Club until next Fall Tom Crutcher a popular drummer and one of our old buys was here Tues day mingling with his many friends Tick travels for a shirt and Touse Rev Massie of the Baptist church has been quite ill this week being some better at this writing Rev Henry Faulconer is preaching for him at Herrings schoolhouse Hon Wood G Bunlap of Lexington is hero this week superintending the erection of a handsome monument over the graves of Gen and Mrs W J Landram lfr Dunlap is practicing law in Lexington Mrs Jno E Statutes entertained the and Industrial Club Wed nosday afternoon to meet Mrs Banks Hudson of Lower Garrard The members say they were handsomely entertained A Richmond special says the by the pupils of Caldwell high school to select representatives to the high school tournament which will be held at Somerset In May was well attended Miss Sadie Banghman won the honors for the best recitation and Miss Katie Hocker for the best solo Capt and Mrs F J White were married fifty years ago yesterday The Captain refused to celebrate the occasion as he does not believe in the flourish of trumpets He said early in the week that he wanted no presents and would send out ro invitations We know of no and Godserving couple han Captain his i wife and together Vitll their long of friends we join in them many more years of the and good they are enjoying MIlllQnR Given AVHy It is certainty gratifying to the public know pf one concern in the land who are not afraid to be onerous to the needy and suffering The etors of pr Kings Di coYery for ConsimptiPn CoigliSiand Colds have riser away oyer ten minion trial bot tles medicine and haVe satisfaction KnQwJnithas abso lutly cured thousands ofhQpelesscases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarsness and all disease of the Lungs Ire sure cured by it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50c and tEvery bottle guaranteed or price re funded QUEEN CRESCENT Low Kate American Library Association Con vention Atlanta Ga May 820 1899 Annual Encampment G A R of Tennessee Tenn May 10 From points in Tennessee Lexington I with furnishing Social nevermore contest noW to New 1 the I I ROckwood 11 1899 Mrs moa the and esl list happiness health prop is v ri I We have the Nobbiest Shoes In the GDIIIIIII IIIIIIIII I Market ly i About While in Lexington a few days ago we had the pleasure of calling upon Hon Sam J Roberts in his sanctum at the Leader office Mr Roberts came to Lexington twelve years ago and established the Leader Being a redhot Republican organ and the state at that time overwhelmingly Democratic many predicted the down fall of the paper But Mr Roberts gentlemanly deportment untiring en ergy and brainy writings rapidly made friends and even his most bitter political opponents soon formed a warm admiration for him The fast earned the right to its name and now is the foremost Republican paper in the state Mr Roberts is one of the very few men who work for his party instead of personal welfare One of his most admirable points is that he refuses to band with any clique and will not be led by the nose by any socalled bosses Being a typical he holds hands off from any dirty work whch politicians frequent get into lIes just such a man as the Hon James W Caperton who we frequently hold up as a party man from principle and not personal gain Mr Roberts is now collector of inter nal revenue but keeps an eye on the management of his pet the Leader He is a very busy man but unlike some men of position he can find time to stop and have a pleasant chat with a friend without believing the wheels of the nation will stop when he lays down his pen Capt W B Penny of Stanford was in town Saturday and made us a pleasant call Capt Penny a company of volunteers in and it is interesting to hear his discription of the country the war etc He said the Spanish bullets had little terror in them when compared to the ocean voyage Returning the ship encountered a storm and for sev eral hours the craft was tossed to and fro sometimes almost turning over Capt Penny says he saw three men on their knees praying as many more swearing and others who did first one and then the other He brought back many trophies from the islands and a fellow can spend the time pleasantly listening to him Capt Penny now has charge of the St Asaph hotel in Stanford and is running the house to a queens taste We hear frequent inquiries about Rev J R Tercy who for several years was pastor of the Lancaster Presbyterian church He is still lo cared at Ellsworth Kansas and has charge of a large there The stovepipe ebpy which he recently invented been placed with a house and is having a large sale Tercy has friends here who are glad to of his success T Many Lancaster people remember Lou Brown the handsomeyoung mao who used to Cplx Ben F Robln son yong lathes especially rer member handsome face and figure as being a regular attendant at hops and parties Lou is now ticket agent at the C O depot in Lexington and we have the pleasure of a chat with him ovary it that city Several years ago he married the handsome daughter of Hon Claude Johnston of Winchester and a sweetfaced girl baby has bless ed the union Uq young man ever vis ited our town who made more friends than did Lou Brown Mr Wm C Price of Danville was here the other day and honored THE RECORD office by a call Mr Price was born and reared In Lancaster but moved to Danville some years since He has that social gentlemanly man ner so characteristic of his father the lamented Dr Jennings Price and his is always enjoyable Mr js a fine musician his favorite instrument being cornet Like all sensible he prefers a good brass band and would rathei hear one un s People 1 11 i 1 11 1 1 111 Leader gentlemen commanded hundred jobbing mangy Iris Lancaster we the men R Portico church has Mrs know visit The time it presence price d der a circus canvass than listen to all the squeaking fiddles you could crowd into Cincinnatis big music hall He also delights in hunting and fishing and if you want to get him strung out in conversation just bring up the subject of music guns or Meeks reels One of the cleverest fellows who has been in Lancaster in many a day is Dick Ryan who is assistinghis father Capt J R Ryan in the hotel and other contracts now carried out in this city He is the kind of fellow one wants to call by his first as soon as being to him Dick is indeed a gen ius No plans ever made for people have compared with his in accuracy or economy for the builder He has made plans for many prospective builders and has enough work ahead to keep him busy for Like his clever fattier he can tell a story to perfection and knows all the latest and best ones going He rode two heats on the Kay Pea last Friday night and is due for tomorrow Dick is rather low in stature and when he rode into the lodge room behind Jake Joseph who weighs 325 pounds the contrast in size was amusing but Dick stuck to Jake like a leech and the goat failed to throw him If you want to have a pleasant conversation get in company with Dick Ryan Capt Herndon announced to us rather excitedly that he had won a case in the Police Court As every fellow there is guilty of course they receive a fine and somtimes a prison sentence We asked the genial Captain how the feat was and he said Well Iasked for a jury As most every man about town was busy the officer could only secure three jurors I agreed to try the case with this number and we proceeded with the case My client got the hot end of the evidence but when the time came to argue the case I began by telling the jury that the law called for twelve jurors but as the men we were now trying before equaled in QUALITY and ABILITY any twelve men we were willing to leave it to them As said before I won the case Mr W G Nunnelley of Louisville representing Ballard Nunnelleys famous flour was in town this week and called at THE RECORD office found him a perfect Christian gentle man and exceedingly pleasant com any His attention was attracted by he lightning type setting of Captain White and he soon struck up an ac luaintance with the latter It turn d out that they had lived in Somer et at the same time and Capt Whites children had gone to school to Mr Nunnelley Mr Nunnelley said I remember distinctly your twin Mollie and Alice They were tile prettiest children I ever and the brightest It was interesting to hear the conversation between the two friends of tinny ago 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 tiers sores cuts wounds and skin dis eases Stormes Drug Store 1m In an Improved horse collar the tae ing is formed of a metal plate of shape to those now in use the back consisting of an inflatable tube which is blown up to the desired hardness adjusting Itself to the shape of the an mans back and easing the strain of pullingPneumonia la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough readily yield to One Minute Cough Cure Use this remedy in time and save a doctors bill or the undertakers 1m Stormes Drug Store It is said that the farmers now find it much more profitable to breed and raise their own to feed than to pay such for feeders that it not good grades and well bred leave no profit for feeding and a loss of teed Grade up to the best bulls and push the calves for ear ly maturity building many name introduced Lancaster either sometime goat another taken performed Ve daughters saw years simI- lar hlghprices often purebred io 0 f being 4 4iV Fq r We have the Handsomest Line of Ming and UNDERWEAR I Ever Shown 1 s t I V o O i of E R Sparks bought of Spillman Bros of Garrard county 80000 hemp at 475 Jessamine Journal Corn planting has been rushed the past few weeks Owing to the damage to wheat a tremendous crop corn is being planted For the first time since 1894 hemp has reached the 5 notch In the other day Mr W J Lauridge bought 30000 pounds at 5 or one hun dred dollars per ton For sales ofstock in the county we refer our readers to the letters pub lished from the different post offices We have an excellent corps of news gathers over the county and by over their reports you will see what stuff is bringing Timothy hay should never be fed to sheep as it often causes a of the digestive tract And tim othy is of a fat forming nature hence is not as valuable a food as clover and other grasses which are rich in The Dairy World says that 2000000 cases of condensed milk were put up in this country during the last year and that more than halt of this was consumed in this country The rest was exported mostly to Japan China and India The demand for American condensed milk is steadily on the II A B Marksbury who has more wheat than any man in the county tells THE RKCOUD he believes the wheat in Garrard will not make halt a crop He attributes the fact to the hard severe freezes He says the early sowing seems to be all right but the late sowing has been damaged to a distressing extent The disease known as thumps is very common among pigs especially young ones It is however not a disease in itself but an evidence of disease and is an acccmpaniment of many diseases Its symptoms are a jerking or action of the heart or diaphragm As thumps are merely an evidence of other diseases to cure it it would be necessary to get at the disease itself The Arkansas Experiment Station has succeeded in growing pork at a cost of IJ cents per pound Winter pasture of rye and clover with sor ghum sweet potatoes and peanuts all of which the hogs harvested then selves were the factors that did the work All feed at market price labor and land rent were charged against the hogs By allowing the accumulations in the bowelsto remain the entiresystem is poisoned DeWitts Little Early Risers regulate the bowels Try them and you will always use them 1m Stormes Drug Store No other business has greater need of a firstclass team than the far mer and no other has so good an to get and keep a firstclass team still the farm teams of try are not a credit to the profession It is only a new application of the truth expressed in the adage The shoemakers wife goes barefooted A well known Chicago commission man says To attempt to build a beef structure upon a Holstein Jersey or other dairy breed base would be to Imitate the man who built his house upon the sand The wind of the mar ket would sweep the structure away in one fell swoop and financial disaster attend the unfortunate feeders mis guided efforts J D Bridge editor and proprietor of the Democrat Lancaster N H says I would not be without One Minute Cough Cure for my boy when troubled with a cough or cold It Is t le best remedy for croup lever used In Stormes Drug Store An exchange says that every paper in the State publish the fact that burnt a sure cure for hpg cholera It was first bjr burning a pile of corn belonging tft distillery It thjro n to he ho i b t eni Before ib number of wenx had baen ng e cfe pounds- of Lexington derangement protein handled twitching man opportunity thecoun z t during looking Increase should corals disco ered was and eaten the dise pepped t6 L V Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at fully Warranted and Excels all others AllKinds FarmMachinery Always oiiHand s GAIck F- It is so simple a remedy that it can be easily tried and if found efficacious should be generally used as a In answer to a correspotdent the of the Breeders Gazette says It is true that Shorthorns or any other breed of cattle will cease milking at six or seven months when the calves are allowed to suckle Nature regu lates that The persistcntmilkini trait is a result of habit induced and fixed by artificial means that is by continued hand milking The habit can be cultivated and when this cultivation is omitted the cow herself of nourishing the calf as soon as the dictates of her nature will permit The Jersey would lose its persistent milking habit in time if calves were allowed to suck The milking qualities of Shorthorns have suffered from this treatment Is this a borrowed paper A TIMELY HINT Yon should be wise and see that your blood is rich and and whole system pat in a healthy condition the use of Dr German Liver Powder Then yon will be free from malaria fever colds SpruceGumBottle For sale by R E McRoberts preventative milking I I f I perfectly LiverPowder editor relieves a NATIONAL BANK Z493 THE CAPITAL 10000000 OF SURPLUS 2000000 LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STOEMES Vice President wx H KINNl1RD CashIer Q r aCDiNNT Assistant Cashr J F ROBINSON JR Bookkeeper T EMBBY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam LDCochran Jaa Spllman Alex R Leans A C Robinson- W R Cook L Davidson Jno E Stormes J HOOD SURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KY Office over Haselilena hardware store It T Low Ratesvia the Queen Crescent Route from all points to the International s S Convention Atlanta Ga April 2629 Confederate Veterans Reunion Charleston 1013 Southern Baptist Convention Loufcville Ky May 1118 Chickamauga Monument Biblical Assembly Ctokttc 2029 Maya J 1 r It f Stay j N Cone iTo r c J k- i j I 1 I AM 83 YEARS OLD d neyerns Houey It rivca quIcK end permanent Imlllll ki weU fOld weak I un A X Ky uny ftmU7 qC1 iIr gripal It uia O3b M Ct4i1X- 8Pedutb Hammack Mr Fado Parks and wife visited Sunday at D G Ross R F Parson bought a mare from John Newland for 30 S E and Jack Hammack bought two hogs from J H McQuerry for 5 C W Granes and E H Walker sold their tobacco to Mr Jenkins for 7cts round Eph Hammaok made a flying visit to his aunt S E Hammacks this last week Mrs Lucy Hammack visited her grand parents Sunday also Squire Parson and family visited relatives at Lowell Satuiday and Sunday HALYARDS SNOW LINIMENT cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headache Sore Throat Cuts Snrains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain and inflammation The most penetrating liniment in the world Price 25 cts and oOcts C 0 J E Stormes Bryantsville Mr Len Hudson lost his tobacco barn by tire last Saturday Origin of the fire unknown Aunt Martha Dunn an old colored woman wellknown and respected in this community died on the 27th tilt of heart trouble She was at church and died while giving in her testimo ny Mr and Mrs Crutchfield are their father J W Poor Miss Simpson of Marksbury who has been sick with rheumatism quite a while we are glad to learn is out again Bob Collier and daughter from visited Mrs Taylor Burdett Sunday Miss Hattie Jennings of Lower Garrard is visiting in this Mr Finch of Danville vis ited his best girl here this week Miss Florence Dickerson and sister of Lower Garrard visited here last week Sam Haselden of your city will visit his parents Sunday Miss Eliza Ballard and Mrs C C Becker were in Danville Tuesday Mrs J Dunn visited in Lancaster last week MissBessie King visited in Lower Garrard this week Miss Pauline Burdett visited in your city Saturday and Sunday For Whooping Cough Asthma or Consumption no medicine equals COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Stormes Flatwood The farmers are all busy planting their corn Wm Coldiron sold a cow and calf to David McCullom for 35 Mr Clouse bought a hog from Geo Elam for 3ic per lb Charles Graves sold his tobacco crop for He all around to Colbert Jenkin Milton Grayson and Frank Gross have returned from a trading in the mountains Jake Clouse and wife visited the latters father Morgan spent Sunday at W HFurrr W H Furr transferred several cola onles each into patent hives for Mrs Martha Schooler and John Route last week It makes no difference how bad the wound if you use De Witts Witch Hazel Salve it will quickly heal and leave no scar 1m Stormes Drug Store j I c visit- Ing Danville Bronchitis at unda Sweene r f vicinity expedition e Ring old Ring in the new Ring out the false sing in the true We bring to the and true from piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough out tho Dew exhilarated 4 theo I SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS ottlos Only 2So 5Oo and 100 SIsas BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bails PteeTr8sey asm mwnr mm mmm wnfwwwwwwwwwnrm 1 From All Parts of Garrard 37- 2MUIUU ttUUMUttttUU itt UllUUUiUlUUMUU JUUUUR l Buckeye W B Burton bought utBlchmond court 11 cattle at 35 per head A few women and men worked hard for two days last week at the Baptist church in a general cleaning and putting the house of God in order Rus Smith of Burgin was here Monday Lid Doolin has returned from the infirmary at Danville very much improved Misses Cordelia and Nell Ray entertained a few friends Monday night Mrs Ebb Dickerson and Miss Hattie Tones spent last Friday with Mrs H O Sutton near Lancaster Mr and Mrs Pole Coy of Madison were guests of Pierce and family Sunday George- B Wearenand wife and bright little daughter Josephine and Mrs Susan Harris of Stanford were with Mr and Mrs J W Brown Sunday G Jones and daughter Miss Hattie are in Cincinnati this week Louis Ray and sister Miss Cordie went to Danville Monday Many a fair young child whose has puzzled the mother until she has suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained the rosy hue of health with a few doses of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Price 25c C C J E Stormes Sweeney Taylor House sold to R II Batson one milk cow for 30 James Anderson bought of John Turner one cow and calf for 40 S Morgan bought of L TC Perkins some fat hogs at 31c and of Mr Hays yoke of oxen at 3c O B Perkins sold to McCarley Lawson 74 twoyearold steers for July and August delivery at 360 and to same party lambs for June delivery at 510 and next at 5c He also sold to S Morgan 22 fat hogs at 3ic Miss Hattie House Gilberts Creek and her charming guest Miss Ella Wright of Stanford spent Fri day and Saturday with Mrs Taylor House We are glad to note that MrS L K Perkins is much improved at this writing Mr John Ramsey of West Plains Mo who left this county 30 years ago visited old friends and schoolmates in this vicinity last week Mrs Ralph Arnold and baby of Crab Orchard spent and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Stone Mrs Geo Pope returned to Livingston Satur day after spending a few days with her sister Mrs W P and Mrs Chas Scott of Lincoln spent Sunday with Mrs Dave Anderson John Brown of Woodstock made a business trip to Garrard Saturday Mrs Lula Dailey of Marksbury visit en her mother last week Mrs Lu la Daily and Mrs Minnie Harvey spent Tuesday with Mrs Ralph An derson of Crab Orchard A negro broke into Mr Estes house Friday afternoon and Mr Kibler who was working near by happened to see him in time to prevent him from breaking a trunk lock which he was trying to open with a hatchet The darkey ran pursued by Mr Estes who called to Robert Cornett who was near to stop him Mr Cornett to do so and received a severe cut in the side The darkey was ai P r Frank V pallor one engaged o f pretty Saturday Dishon attempted your m XI ARE THR MOST OF ALL DIS KIDNEY CURE to a guaranteed remedy for all KIDNEY and Disease c t unUGYSTQHE d u J 7 Jw FATAL LASES FOLEY S TOLES4 is now In Jail at LJSSS Dili ess a woniau eats sufllcie3 ftotr ishingffK she can neither gajn nor keep a good complexion Food wh n digested is the of all health all strength and all beauty iiEHBi3rE will help digest what you eat and give you the clear bright beautiful skin of health Price 50 and 75 cts C C J E Stormes lied Hot From the Gun Was the ball thathit G B Steadman Newark Mich in the Civil caused horible Ulcers that no helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25c a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist McCrcary Mrs Eliza Sadler had a valuable cow to die from over eating clover last weekWe are glad to say the sick are Uncle Baylor Jennings and Mrs W B Bradshaw Gullcy and Burton shipped a car load of hogs Friday also Sanders and Walker H load Friday Mr and Mrs Will Lackey were guests of Mr and Mrs B F Broad dus Sunday Mr and Mrs J T and family of Madison county were guests of Mr and Mrs Sue Cot ton the latter part of last week Mr David Ross and daughter Miss Pearl visited the family of Mr Alex Layton last week Miss Mug Naylor of Dan yule is the guest of Mrs R L Bur ton Mrs Alex Walker and sister Miss Jennie ITardin visited Miss Bet tie Henry in your city Wednesday Mr and Mrs J T Curd of Burgin visited Mr T W Brftdshnw last week Nothing has ever been produced to equal or compare with TABLBUS BUCK EYE PILE OINTMENT as a curative and healing application for Piles Fissures blind and bleeding nxternal or and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum The relief is inimedlate and cure infallible Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75 cts C C J E Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualitie and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power qf brain iud body Only at R E McRoberts drug store Ini An editor recently ordered a pair of trousers from his tailor On trying them on they proved to be several inch es too long being late on Saturday night the tailors shop was closed and the editor took the trousers to his wife and asked her to cut them off and hem off and hem them over The good lady whose dinner had perhaps dis At Stormes drug store a marvelous cure for all kidney complaints nervous exhaustion and female weakness It is Foleys Kidney Cure C C J E Stormes agreed with her brusquely refused The same result followed an cation to the wifes sister and the eld est daughter But before bedtime the wife relenting took the pants and cutting 6in from the legs hemmed them up nicely and returned them to the closet Half an hour later her daughter taken conduct took the trousers cutting off 6in hemmed and replaced them Finally the sisterinlaw felt the pangs of conscience and she too performed an additional surgical operation on the garment This Vale of Tears Mans life is full of crosses and temp tations He comes into this world without his consent goes out of it against his will and his trip between the two eternities is exceedingly rough The rule of contraries Is one of the most important features of the trip When he is little the girls like him If he raises a large family he is called a poor man but if he raises a small check he is a thief and a fraud If he is poor he is a bad manager if he is rich he is dishonest if he is in politics it is for pie if he is out of you cant tell where to place him and hes no good to his country if he does an act of charity its for policy if he wont give to charity hes stingy and Jives only for himself If he dies young there is a groat fortune ahead of him if he lives to u ripe old age he has missed his culling Verily the road is rough but men have to travel itEx In Constipation BEKBINE affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses will usually be found to so regulate the ex cretory functions that they are able to operate without any aid whatever Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes I once bad money and a friend By both I set store I lent money to friend And took his note therefore I asked money of my friend And naught but I got I lost my my friend For sue him I could not If money and a friend As once 1 had before Id keep money and my friend the fool no more Weak and Wasted FromJKidney Diseases why not try Fpleys Kidney Cure a guaranteed medicine C Stormes v tcr t base a treatment better Cotton internal Stormes HIruRrks Iron energy 2ic ft Found with compunctionfor her unfilial pol- Itics Dlone nd I had A CJ E I j T- restcd Liid f Wart C itlligTJioiaa Hovn It Li app 4 Wise Wiry 3 r caristetfs German liver Powder CURES INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the human system Is heir to PRICE 25 CENTS For Sale by B E McRoberts Buena Vista Buy your Lubricating Oil from J E Scott The farmers are all about through planting corn W H Duncan says that his mill trade has revived up considerably in the last month Several of our citizens have been trying their luck fishing this week in Kentucky river The growing wheat crop still looks well in this section The oat crop is up and looks well News items are scarce this week Everybody has gone to work and the loafer has disappeared James Spilmun has sold his las years crop of wheat of 3000 bushels and is delivering It at Burgin this weekThe farmers that planted out watei melon patches are all about through and just waiting for them to come up so they can go to working them Stock of all kinds are higher right now than they have been for some yeirs and everything looking well and times are better beyond a doubt than for a long time Mrs J K Daugherty who has been living in Memphis Tenn for several months arrived here last Sunday where she will visit her parents for several months Robert Harris who has been visiting relatives here to his home in Lexington Sun day Miss Bessie Booland of Wil closed her school at this place last Saturday If you suffer from tenderness or full ness on the right side pains under shoulderblade constipation bilious ness sickrheadache and feel dull heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid find congested DeWitts Little Early Risers will cure you promptly pleas antly and permanently by removing the congestion and causing the bl e dubts to open and flow naturally THEY ARE GOOD PILLS 1m Stormes Drug Store DIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety per cent of all sickness is caused food not properly digested it creates poi sons and goes then you are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to Use Carlstedts German Pr Sprue Gum Balsam Yfur Cough Justth Medicine for Qhildrf For sale fey If the cream Is too cold It will swell In the churn and there will be trouble in getting the butter to come 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 1m Stormes Drug Store The opinion is universal those who are in a position to know that the next few years will witness wonderful activity in all branches of the live stock industry We earnestly hope that the Great South will share fully in the prosperity that will ensue There is a scarcity of good stock in most branchvs of the business and If the Southern farmer will select good breeding animals and give them halt the care and Attention they secure in the North he will be able to enjoy the fruits of the good time coming If you have piles CURE them undergoing horrible operations that simply remove the results of the disease without disturbing the disease itself Place your confidence in Witts Witch Hazel Salve It has never failed to cure OTHERS itwill not fail to cure YOU 1m Stormes Drug Store At a farmers institute in Iowa a la by read an essay telling how she made a profit of 300 annually from her flock of about 75 hens In the discussion that followed one man who said he could not spare time from taking care of his corn field one year to build coops for the chickens admitted that the chickens and wife sold brought more money than his corn crop Another woman who had sold 420 worth of poultry to the local try dresser she lived said that men could talk poultry when the ground was frozen five feet deep but comes they will forget it all and think of nothing but 4 corn and hogs more corn more hogs HAS NATURE WARNED YOU Natw fcwelf U J adflown Prepare for tile atmosphere Ir of fern It repeat we above B EMcBoberto r j 4 I e f I 5 returned more ad the reszflts after taking i1 t J i1 co Otto C it 4 among 1M Jua 4 I Most de kJatflotaU 4 that of Ohn w Q as It aa ldJejLUoO aTal4 tit cosipit or 1oa or Ir Car1s dtael1lla dIM a bottle tit lJowIIS of tlaue two I t wlUrt like J W rM1f i r a ii fill It j F t powder wateh You will f effects one 4oe s I rouse D pot clad the early arbS tress caMil to at to this t bow fssI I1I5d fee S ike farerssssr au TypicI Fever a as posts nd process bottle iir a follow by procdiW Ynctaa Ci- weTonic th t weeks eors nls1 Ike owtia a th IpriM Isue fell S 4 WUGrccentiy met his death by fall ing own ithc of a silver mine in Arizona wasijeld in the very highest esteen by feis employers as the follow ing letters fcojn Mr and Mrs Comstock to his parents indicate Mr Comstock is President aud Gen Manager of the Elkhart Mines and is President of the Uuiversity of Mr Young was a graduate and was through his influence Mr Young the responsible place of Chief of the Securiety Mining and Development Company He was his friend and manifested a deep Jno Young whom he regar ded as he states in his letter asayoung man of unuasul talent ambition and He had just returned from and was in New York when he re ceived word of this untimely death We below his letter to Mr and Mrs Young and also that of his wife who was associated with Mr Young at the University and knew of his character and was deeply interested in his promising future New York April 12th 1899 My Dear Col and Mrs Young cannot make words express what I The to me in bare outline shortly after my landing here from my trip to Scotland and I am still only meagerly informed The very best time I could make would have brought me to Kingman only Saturday or Sunday the 15th or 16th some days too late to be of any use to you in the matter I wired Judge Sloan and Mr Dodge to do everything possible and I trust that the awful calamity was ameliorated as much as such a terrible blow could be by sym pathizing friends How can I tell you anything which will comfort your sorely stricken hearts There are no words in any language to convey like these No one knew better than I the value and purity of the young life ruthlessly torn fr m u If any are ready to shine as lights in the other world your son John was well prepared I had come to love him as my own and had made great hopes on his future career under my eyes He understood this and his last letter only two days ago was fuil of faith in me and a desire to stay with me I could have replied to his and kept in a growing position for which he was throughly worthy my engagements made before leaving Europe were all very binding and these have forced me to remain East Would to God I could say what I would that I could bring back your boy or comfort you But all I can do is to carry with you a heavy weight of grief and try thus feebly to express mg I cannot realize it Icamotbe Jieve it It is so cruel so hard to bear and I loved him so dearly His and faith in me was like that of a son You will always have this sweet memory of a soul faithful exalted farmore than ordinarily brilliant and refined a pure soul of the rarest integrity and honor His work was exceedingly through and accurate and everybody was charmed by his remarkable personality How little I realize at our last parting that I should meet him no more how little I realize it now There is left a yoid In my life which will always he there I have tried every day to write you since I learned the awful tidings buts the words seemed too cold too weak to send you when this first shock was prostrating you This letter too Is very far from what I want It to be but it tries to express very imperfectly what I feel for you both in this bitter hour Try to read In it what no lan guage if mine can tell you Affection ately and sincerely your friend TJIEO B COMSTOOK New York April 15th 18CE My Dear Mr and Mrs Young My efforts to write some expressions of sympathy for you in this hour of bitter trial have failed entirely What can I say Knowing myself what loss means I can feel with all my heart for you but it cant bring back what has been taken away Time alone Is kind to us in that it softens sorrow if it cannot make one bear it with at first I cannot see why it should come tQ you It distresses me tp think it Is true I know no partic ulars only that it happened I was very fond of John he was a perfect little gentleman he was faithful hon orable and full of ability At the Un iversity we took the greatest pride in all he did He wasa universal favorit Every professor spoke of him in highest terms lIe never forgot that I praised him and commanded all his success The last letter Mr Comstock received from John came after the telegram was read He declared his devotion to Mr Comstock his faith in him and begged permission to meet him on the road to Mexico as It would prove a valuable experience to him and he knew he could be of assistance to him at the mine he had bet n sentto examine He did notforget me and sent his best wishes He had thatthought ful polite way that made him I used to talk of Johns qualities toMr Comgtock and tell him he would make a valuable man my husband agreed with me and look ed forward to tile time when he could advance him and help him John was satisfactory in every way in business socially most companionable and will be sadly missed by all who were associated with him especially I Comstock Some mothers have not so much to repay them You brought a boy who honored you Your training helped to make him what wa he of most fully as a good mother and for war to time when he could relive you of every burded His first and be t thoughts were for hi smother I can not say I wish but I do feel pity andsorrow j you all andwithmy love and sympathy most COXITOCX r r u mo YOUNG aft Theodore held ssayist personal Interest in integrity Europe publish something I reel terrible shocking news came feelings satisfaction sympathy companionship untarnished thee everyone good a M hew s ke looked I tI alit 4 so hich received fortitude I p beau me 1 kIndly BLcu M J 3 FOR BLOOD POISON Beware of the Doctors Patchwork You Can Cure Yourself at to There is not the slightest doubt that the doctors do more harm than in treating Contagious Blood Poison many victims of this disease would be much better off today if they had never allowed to be dosed on mercury and potash the H The doctors are wholly unable to get rid of i this vile poison and only attempt to heal up the outward appearance of the sores and eruptions This they do by driving the poison into the mercury The mouth and throat and other delicate then break into sores the is continued indefinitely the drugs doing the system J more damage than the disease itself hundred dollars with the doctors when I realized that they could do me no good I had large spots all over and these soon broke out into running sores and I endured all the suffering which this vile disease pro duces I decided to try S S S as a last resort and was soon greatly improved I followed losely your Direc tions for SelfTreatment and the large splotches on my chest began to grow paler and smaller and before long disappeared entirely was soon cured perfectly and my skin has as clear as glass ever since my self at home after the doctors had failed completely It is valuable time thrown away to expect the to cure Contagious Blood Poison for the is their Specific C S S FOR THE BLOOD acts in an entirely different way from and mercury it forces the out of the and gets rid of it entirely Hence it cures the disease while other remedies only the poison in it lurks forever constantly undermining the constitution Our system of private home treat mentplaces cure within the reach of nil We give all necessary medical au tice free of and save the patient the embarrassment of publicity Write for full information to Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga themselves which the give for J diseasethe system and endeavor to keep it shut in with their constant doses of potash out Mr H L 160 Mulberry St Newark N J says I had spent f 1 a hOME CURE remedies ever S blood poison sir a I beyond olson 1 AND Ths great remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of the treneratlva Impotency Nightly Emissions Youthful Errors Mental worry excessive use Tobacco or Opium which lead to Consumption and Insanity With every C boxes for DR inOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio McRoberts Drug Store HEALTN organs of eIther such as Nervous or Lost Manhood of 85 WO to cure or refund the money Sold at 1OO box OO VITALITY FMX 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