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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 4, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899050401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 4, 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. ENTHYEAR. pi mntim . i Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Matter.' 'VCFJIBJJK 5 LOUIS LAN DRAM, Published LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, i MA.Y 4, ; 199. . YES, INDEED! OO0OO0OOOPOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOO Found Sum or Money. Owner can get same by describing money, amount in each piece and to THE CITY D.VDS tal amount, and paying for trouble and this notice. Bertram Spratt, may 4 Held an Important Session and Take Steps in iTIuiiy blatters. The regular May meeting of the City Council was called to order by Mayor R. Kinnaird Monday night and each member answered "Here" to roll call. After adopting minutes of last uneting the members buckled down and proceeded as follows: Committee appointed at last meet ing to investigate certain streets in Duncantown, reported that repairs be made on same. It appjaring 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 assessor's books be changed accordingly and the assessor was ordered to get lists of holders of such stock from the banks. The question of putting on a night watchman was then acted on, mention 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 formal invitation to the old soldiers. The old the burned corner, was then brought up and the dangerous condition and unsightly appearance 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 made to put a dressed board fence ten feet high around it, but some one suggested they be made to fill up the old cellars and sod it, so the matter was referred to the attorney. It was clearly the Board's intention to have all done that can be in eye-sor- 2t Lancaster, Ky. We have theSwellest Line of Negligee Shirts you ever saw or ever will see at 50cts, Public J. estate, $1. and $1.50, made istrator at in Every Style, atfurniture. The take tached and detached at the collars and cuffs. Ev Early. The Record ry color, shade and ti lights get out the kept pattern that is up -to - date. Nice line of White the get prompt atten and Colored Puff Bosom Silk Shirts at $1.50. the tell We are the people to interview if your Need The the right the omrts. but ticket-punch- Capt. Price 111. Capt. Phil Price, of the K. C, is con fined to his bed in Richmond by an immense carbuncle. We hope the clever will soon be O. K. The day train is now being run by hear brakeman Brady, who is doing things up in proper shape. Judge C. Sale. Hemphill, who is admin of his public will, on Friday, May 5, sell outcry, 3 milk cows, some corn, baled and loose hay, farming implements, rockaway and harness, household and kitchen sale will 9 o'clock premises place on a. m. Tell Him Wes Zanone requests ask those whose of shape to please notify him early in very busy in morning. He is afternoons and cannot well leave powerhouse. To Mr. Zanone your tronbles in tion, morning. grand-mother's new-fanglbird-cag- U':it(!i:iiaii I'ut On. At the Council meeting Monday night, a petition, signed by many taxpayers, was presented the board to appoint .Joe Petty as night watchman. The 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 nut Mr. Petty on duty at 30 per month. Some people have said it was country Ijo.vs who d.d the shooting in town, but in this they are sadly off. It is done by d a lot of Mama's 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 plants behind the bars lie will confer a great favor upon a suffering public. long-hairehot-hou- Mlit .,. OATE - DOLL Alt A YEAR. - active steps are leing taken toward that end. The meeting would bring about eight hundred old veterans to town. many hundred visitors. This meeting is not one where the citizens are asked to take care of the visitors, but the old soldiers come prepared to pay their way, and each man leaves ten to twenty dollars in the town. The meeting will not be held until 3!ay. 1!X0, and by that time the. hotel and opera house will be in use and can furnish accommodations for both the meetings and lodging. Capt. Herndon will take the invitation to Glasgow 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. hid IF THIS IS TISlil", Lancaster Will be Hotter Fixed Th:in Kvor ISeibrc. We have it from a very reliable source that the L. & N. will, on the 15th, put its day passenger trains on tills branch and make the connections at Rowland which The Recokd 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 o'clock. This will give close connection at Rowland both to Cincinnati. Louisville, ICnoxville and Middlcsboro. You can leave ho re 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 be true, but the report comes from several different sources and fr.mj men in position to know what they are talking about. The track has boon 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 report says one of the through freL hts will run as a local from Rjwlami to Richmond, and then gy into Cincinnati as a "through." The only part of the rumor we don't like is that it will take Capr. Phil Price, Engineer Lanimers and the clever crew now running here and put them over on the Livingston branch. Handling Hats and Headgear Generally in great Quantities as we do. we have estsblished relations direct with the Manufac-tuers- . Thus 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 Childi ens Clothing at prices that stump all competition. A Base Ball Cap and Belt, given free with each Suit from $2.50 up. wire bustles and hips worn by ladies are wearer knows ho .v all when to walk, when one walks like she is hopping over clods, the new arrange ment Hops up and down at each step pump handle. like an Only a few Lancaster girls are compelled to patch out with such, artificial arrangements, however. e Biff Blaze. Saturday afternoon, about fiVc o'clk. the big barn of Len B. Hudson, at Camp Dick Robinson, was destroyed by fire. The building contained 200,- 000 pounds of hemp, 500 barrels corn, machinery, hemp seed and other stuff worth, in all, about $15,000, upon which tiiere was insurance amounting to $11,250. Origin of fire unknown. the matter. W. workhouse-keepe- Logan & Robin SOL ChampionBtBder Dhampion LOCAL HAPPENINGS. 9.-- Colored Soldiers, Attention! The colored Regiments of the Regular Army are filling up very fast, and there are only a few vacancies left. d All colored men who can road, and all who desire to should call at once at the Recruiting Ollice in Lexington Building, Main Street, near post ollice, Lexington, Ky. able-bodiee ma-4-- tf -- Senator Oobel Coming. Hon. Win. Goebel, candidate for nomination for Governor on Demo cratic ticket, will speak in Lancaster next Tuesday, the 9th. The speaking will begin promptly at 2 o'clock p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to be present. Senator Goebel's speech means that the other candidates will also come, so in order to weigh well the claims of all, his speech should be Lovely taffeta silks at Joseph's Baautiful Gingham at Joseph's. Draw-Cuheard. Hear the lecture on Japan May 2t See the line of Parasols at Keady lor Business. seph's. y Come and give your measures and See the Madras and Piques at Jo seph's. Handsome dress aroods of all kinds save a few dollars. Best quality, at shoddy prices, from Wanamaker and at Joseph's Prettiest Hosiery in town at JoBrown and Howard Tailoring com seph's. A handsome iron fence is being pany. You can get the first choice placed in front of the workhouse. by coming now and order suit to come Remember the tickets given on the when you want it. Suits, tailor-mae- d Range at Joseph's. Js Carpets in the roll. from $10. to $30. Suits J. A. Beazley & Co. $7.50 to $20. Come while A No. 1 Milk Cow for sale, I am at TJuxrey. Dr. Seimaro Kubota at Court House home. Fit and quality quaranteed. All wool. M. D. Hughes Agent. Tuesday, May 9th. . Buggy and Surrey harness very cheap Important Meeting. W. J. Romans Late styles ofsafch buckles 2uc up The Commercial Club will hold a TiiosrtsoN the Jeweler. Highest price in cash or trade for meeting Tuesday night which will be your Eggs, at T. Currcy's. Will give 8i cts dozen for eggs this of vital importance to every man in the county. The L. & N. freight agent has week. H. BNokthcott. Machine Needles andjbil. agreed to be present, and all shippers J. CEcompson. We are better prepared than ever to of grain, stock or other stuff should be sell you carpets. Our Ladies Slippers are beauties. J. A. Beazley & Co. there and talk over rate matters and other questions of importance. The R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. Our Carpets and Mattiner will aston Club's work will benefit our country BJAZLEY& BAUGHMAH. Wanted. ish you. R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint friends as much as town people, and they should come in and help keep the Car Iron and "Rones. H. B. North- - Lick. DIRECTORS, FUNERAL ball rolling. cott Mrs. J. W. Sweeney will sine at the Surveyor Coming. contest in the Graded School Chapel New stock of these fine fdrapry-p- a The chief surveyor of the Southern Friday evening at 7.30. pers for mantle lamp shades etc. Railway company will be in Lancaster j. u. .moypsoy, Fancy Clover and Timothv ITav within the next two weeks to look Post upon history by hearing 'Dr. sold and delivered anywhere in toroi over the proposed routes. A meeting Kubota at Court House Tuesday eve by G. S. Gaines of the Commercial Club was held Tues ning May 9. ap27-2- t We have the prettiest line of Men's day night and committees appointed to make all necessary arrangements Closing out our flower seed. Ver Shoes and Clothing in Paint Lick. for conducting the party over the low prices for two weeks. R. L. Jennings & Co. lines. It is the officer's purpose to as J. C. Thompson. ! xARTERIAL and CAVITY Wanted 10,000 poundsr of Wool. certain, in addition to the route, the resources of each county, amount of The Masonic lodge meets Monday nighest market price. a SPECIALTY. night, it being the second. There are stuff shipped, etc. J. M. Farra and H. B. Nqfyncott. five Mondays in this month. A. T. Anderson will probably go the Prettiest, linft flf Snrinor nArl "fciim- - entire distance from Burgin to Mid- The Carpets, &c. Surries,largest and best line of Buggies, mer Dress Goods in Upper Garrard. dlesboro with the party. They go on Pheatqns and RoadA Wagons R. L. Jennings & Co., horseback, taking a tent, cots, and ever seen in Lancaster, traces are Paint Lick. enough provisions to last three weeks. rock bottom. W. J. Romans. Clubs in the other counties will have Recruits for the .Philippine. W. McC JOHNBTON, JOHN T. JOHNSTON men meet the party at their county BbUcUbc Lot. The Recruiting Lexington lines, and the many advantages to the If you want to buy a nteeBuiJding has just receivedOfficer in to JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON orders enlist a proposed road will be fully set forth. Lot I can sell you one from 1 tdHacres number of white men for service in A special assessment was made on cheap. T. Cuhkey. the regiments now in the Philippine members of the club to defray the exCifil EiitiM Surreyori, The friends and patrons of the Gra- Islands. These men will be sent di pense. We dislike to say so, but not men have been LANCASTER, KY. ded School should go out Friday eve- rect to San Francisco from Lexington, pore than twenty-fiv- e ning to hear the pupils recite, and to and from there to Manila. This will bearing all the expense of doing this make a fine trip. for able bodied men work, and a number of enjoy the splendid music. JJ.BAMILTOH, JXO.T.HATS, J.E.BOBIHSON unmarried, and not over 35 years of (?) fellows have flatly re Clipping. ' age. Itt will be a chance to see the fused to contribute a cent. W,e preHays, Eaiiltoa Horses neatly clipped by a new ma world, and possibly make a trip en- sume every town is infested by such chine just received. Price, $1.50. tirely 'round it. Persons desiring to cattle, however. But the "shortness" Attorneys v& Ceuselers at Law. Have your horse clipped and it will enlist should apply at once to the re- of some puts no change on the Club help his appearance 100 per cent. cruiting officer in Lexington, In order and its undertakings will continue to tf ANCASTERKY: . Arnold & Hamilton. to be in time. be poshed to a successful end. t Moms. See them before you place your order for Ready-to-we- Machines. J. B. HASELDEN. Johnston appeared for Penge, and stated that as the latter had just completed a residence on Crab Orchard street, and the further fact thathe 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 make full settlement of the case. Property owners on Campbell street (Jocky Row) then appeared and pleaded that they be given some relief from the great nuisance carried on there court days. Other parties also complained 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 Wc Want Tlitm. run them like it is done in all other A movement is on foot to get the towns. The attorney was directed to Kentucky Grand Army of the Repubdraw such an ordinance. In every lic to meet in Lancaster next vear and town in Kentucky they have regular places 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 d to one- half by reason of the drunken, swear ing crowd of hoodlums that gathers on that street. The "Jockeys" don't 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 designated and then no property owner will be imposed upon. Mr. Moritz, representing a St. Louis We have a line of All company, then made his application for a franchise on a waterworks s's-teWool Dress Goods in and a committee composed of neat effects Suitable for Messrs. Stormes, Higginbotham and Spring and Summer Robinson was appointed to consider the matter and report at a called meet Suits, which we will sell ing. McC. r The Railroad. Copies of tin survey? requested by President Spencer are being made and wiil soon in that officers hands. The building of this road has attracted the attention of all other roads running 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 The Reuokd. As stated in a recent issue, there are several other routes beside the one through Garrard, and railroads, like men, go where they get the best tigurers. Tin: Record wishes to impress upon the people of Garrard the fact that this road means 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 mail will ever head this way, because this one makes the only point a road would have to pass through here to g't to. Many people along the route have voluntarily olferred the right of way and we are satisfied that many more wii! d. likewise. Take your old Buggy. Phaeton. Road Wagon and Surrey to W. .1. Romans and have them made new. we are turning out the best work ever done W. J. Bojiaxs. in Lancaster. Lecture. Kuhtta, formerly of Tokio, .Japan, will deliver a lecture at the Court House Tuesday night, on h:s country, her peopl", manners ant Dr. Seimaro customs, progress of Christianity, re- many ue.iutuul views and is recommended as quite interesting. Part of the proceeds will go to the Lancaster Christian church. Admission 2cts. rickets on sale at MeKoberts' drug store. m 27-2t cent war between .Jaan and China, and war between the United States and Spain. It will be illustrated by iirr flftDT M, M. one-thir- fe. jS. -- fe. 5 Special Dress Goods Sale. Wash Dress Ooodsa We are showing handsome line of White and Colored Piques, Organdies, Dimities Lawns, Ginghams, Cotten Cov-ctHomespun, Linens etc. s, G Furniture, You Should Attend. Everybody should attend the con test in elocution at the Graded School Chapel tomorrow, Friday, night at :30. The small fee of 10 and 15 cents will be charged, and is to go toward defraying expenses of the pupils who will take part in the Blue Grass Gra ded School Tournament at Somerset. Our school will send good representatives and we are satisfied the Lancaster entries will make themselves known when the prizes are awarded. Encourage the young folks by attending 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 Two men better they be qualified for the places cannot be found. They understand the work ings of the school, take pride in it,and give much time to its interests. The sohool was never in better condition every way, and the people should show their appreciation of the Board's work by. giving, a large vote for the reelection of these gentlemen. at 19c per yd. Special Price. This undoubtbe edly will the greatest bargain you will find this Season in . Dress Fabrics. Tailor-Made New Styles in Shoes and Uppers. You should see ourline of Ladies, Men's and Childrens Shoes and Slippers before you buy. The styles will surely interest vou. and-price- Ladies Suits We have a few Ladies Tailor-Mad- e Suits left, will close out at a bargain. $8. Suits at 5. 10. Suit3 at 6; 12 Suits at 8. 20. Suits at 12. Lancaster, Ky. s aii public-sp- irited l Rota, LOGAN DRY GOODS ap-27- may-4-tf- COMPANY. Colored Hfrni:. C.'llltl Crnnliea to t.!jts. Louisville !ay Festival on liny 8, 9 The TVnr "Department has wired Wsst LrnKKTV, Ky.. May ind 10. Koexpcuse nas ".been spared to make the live concerts of the Festi JT. T. Johnston, recruiting officer at ITenry and wife and child, 1 year old. 2t Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored ap in the arms of its mother, who was on val as attract! ve ;w possible. TPV A plicants for Cavalry and Infautry ser iiuisvu.iiv iiiv uiut. river ' : team I wish to rent out the property bc- - vice, senc ing the former is Fort Grant, at this place, met a lonjii,r toMrs. Susan FiSher, on Lex- - rizona, and the latter to Fort Doug and wagon on the bridge. The mules became frightened and ran awa-- , the ngton street. Tossession given im lass, Salt Lake City. This is Celery J. V.'. Sweeney. mediately. opportunity for young colored wagon sinning .virs. xicnry s norseanu x men to get into the regular Army. throwing her and the child. Tlie Mice Supper. Recruit for white Infantry aijd .Caval wagon ran over and crushed the child The ladies of Good Hope church, ry regiments are also wanted. Apply to death and the mother was badly near Paint Lick, gave a delightful sup to hurt. Lieut. W. T. Johnston. per Friday night and cleared a neat O 111 Visit Her Home. Main St. Lexington, Ky. sum for the church. Louisvillk, Ky., April 29. Mr. and Why Not Try It f Gives Mrs. Antonio de Navarro, the latter 1 Barred Plyiuotlirock. THE GUARANTEED CURE. We capnot see why the churches in formerly Mary Anderson, the actress. 1 have a line pen of the above chick Who have arrived in New York, will A fG cents per town don't lay aside their mouse-tracens, and will sell eggs at A Don't Take a setting ot u. They are meuium size, differences and have union meetings come to this city. Word has been re- a Worthies SuMHuta. T and mature early. every Sunday nigh.t, Every church in ceived by her friends here to that efsplendid layers Leave pj dersat .VcKoberts Drug Store, town nnw !ias splendid preacher, but fect. She was horn and made her 2 InmtonYUDMTAM.Vwm. S It. IV. M''Bherts. tf the attendiUK'Q ;jt all of them on Sun-pa- y debut here. jijght will nptmakc one good sized Pay Your School Tax:. Best spring medicine. uidience. There are some members Low Murdered With a Club. The Garrard Circuit Court has dc who It makes the weak strong. NLWFORr bTABLhS. think their chances for the prom Benton, Ky., May 2. James Mason cided that the Lancaster Graded Com ised We sell and recommend it. land will be forever blasted if got drunk and created a distuabanca mon School is on a legal basis and that Uorscmcii From lite Campbell County they worship in other chuhdics, but a church, on the edge of Graves Track Now at Louisville 1DO llorjen the school tax must be paid and un they aro greatly in theinlnorlty,thanl. countv. John Cope, a constable, at Arrived From Memphis Tcnn. legs paid at once levies and sales will the Lord, and we believe that if each tempted to arrest him. Mason clubbed be made By order of the Board of church will vote on the question, Un him, breaking his skull. His recovery Louisvu.f.K. Ky., May 2. Over 700 E. y, Harris. Coll'r. Trustees. ion Meetings will carry by an over is impossible, Mason, escaped. horses are now at Churchill Downs A .vady for the spring meeting1, which wlieliiiing niijjtjrity, Nothing would New Stand. Mjrsterjpns Heath t I'art, begins nxt Thursday. The track was EVERY WEKE BY We aro now in our new building. do more good ttuiri to unite the con Pakis, Ky April 2. Will Stiver The Hcxt on the j?f arket. pomer Crab Qrptinrd and Campbell gregations, get all the singers togeth die(l hcrp under mysterious eiycum a lively placo all during Sunday and XOWS LASDRAST, Publisher. Monday it will he still more lively, LAXCASTEK, KEN'TUCKV. Iloosier Corn Planters, Brown Cul streets, better prepared tjjan oyer to er and lay aside the petty differences Stances, He was ill hut three dayt as 100 horses arrived Sunday night Johnston Roller, Barring Disc furnish Flour jn exchange for wheat every Sunday night, Ity doi- g thh and the physicians are unable to ac tivators, from Memphis and about twice that JIO0 Jf.arrows, Deering Hinders and Mowyvab, in adtancb. Farmers, bring on your grain and get church members can sjiovy tjie putside count fop his trouble, Uhcre aro many will reach here Monday. Sunday 50 " iokkxokths G. S. Gaines. a good turnout of Hour second in fjual world that they hye genuine religion strong suspicions that ho was sand the weather was line for exercising . .2 er, " the and beevo that other people, save bagged. A post mortem will be held. ity to none in the state. racers and nearly all thu more promi, 2t Potts Kuos their own niomboj-s- stand some- show nent horses were out. Great interest THURSDAY, May - 4, - 1809. The large Lodge iimv, .over Post for thumping a harp In the great here Trlnter (outwits Suicide. centered in Manuel, the derby favorite, ollice. Will make good omccs. Call Musical Festival. after. What say ye, brethren? Will Louisvn.i.E, Kv., Arjril 20. At Se- - as even Hob Walden, his trainer, pn W. T. West or W. McC Johnston A &lngn fare for the round trip to you dwell together in unity? bree, Ky., the body of Emerson Roper, was not certain that his liOfso Tan jury n the Sommcrs bribery Tor particulars. W. O. Bradley Louisville ana reuiri. Jiy jjeep secur a printer, was found in his room with would be ablQ case at Frankfort was discharged,havti fctuv.t m the star Music an empty pistol oy ins .siilo. papse eyent of tho meeting because of his initis failed to nuree on a verdict. The Circuit CIgHj Will Hamilton reports ed on all railroads during. Uio SHE KAFt ipjgATEij. fop the f)ioide known, tljreo ualjg on jured foct. Walden succeeded in jurors stood eight for conviction and the birth of a "iiifgu heifer calf, Festival to be given there May8th,Hth petting four for acquittal. TJie case has been weight about 52 pounds, jak blue and 101b. The opportunity to visit Speech of Oov. W. O. Bradley at tho Uu tercd Imbody, one piercing" tho heart. such a boot as he wanted for Manuel tempest eyes, and takes very much after its Louisville will be the best of the year, Saturday afternoon, and the rrea.t very much on the order of a veiling: of the Kentucky ."Monument tculdcd to Death. and the greatest singers in America r,;3f, In Clilckamauea l'ark. :u a iuar-te- rIn a tea pot. A great flurry wis made, mother.5' Billy looks well. Owkxsboro, Ky., April SO. The little Morris colt stepped villi appear iu the iMjS.iyl. an iu UslOiv- with all ea e. Almost :is if such a thing as bribery "sj jiew child of John llellin, while roilir, a At the Tenn,, ay pHATjAxpooA. Notice to Creditor. in elections. Any man who enters a hoop iu tijVyar.d at her, fathers lid)ne, every one at the track, ?nd there were unvcuirjg ox tap ivejapcKy pipnuincni contest expecting to win without the All those having claims against the a cauldron of hundreds of u.io sp. ctators washing to in Chickainaujra 'edngsday Cpv. Urad- - near, reliyillc, ran into badly Xhe following books belonging Leavell, boiling lye and was so use of boodle evidently goes in for the estate uf Mrs. Catharine burned the work of tlie rr.pf.i-- . went ild with Jey said in part: not delight tver Alanuel:g rcr.'ormance, funy fjipnifmaiit? hayp tcpn jreoteil upon that shg dcd in a few hgnrs. fun of the thing. Jt is true the buy dee'd., wiii please present them prop- the Child Study Club Library twin His tordahip, hpwever, another dering of votes is disgraceful, but to win erly proven to J. ii, tjefimhill, Adiu'r., be found. "A study of child nature", ed for jyt'tttpcliy to be he flrs: of all lje states, A Kentuektan Appointrn. Elizabeth Harrison Nature Study, by candidate, wont tho same distance 0 in this day and time a candidate has or Wm. Herndon, Attfy, with tcauor wrm motl erW UcyoUon, tg crept Wapuington. May SJ, 1. K. Iclknw, in 2j.l0, but was Wilbur S. Jackman, Phyueal Child Woua'-'i- i roonirnrnt to uli her spii5--- monu it seemed, to shell out his casb right and left. Tcacliern' Kxuniluntlon. munt it pud upon it am of Kentuo'.jy, has been appointed a much more than Manuel was. Corsine, Jfnnjbefof Tprth Western Monthly. pletu that corrloR vJUi rontaafling passJo reeoucihutiou of all iu the geological Mivvoy the California colt, which E.l Corrigan Lexington people stayed up all Elimination for white teachers will Any irtUifiahtidfi concerning jthc books Thl-- shaft is dcdlcale1, UOt UlOlltJ to thc: draughtsman whoditdou this and surrouudlng flcldi, but ofllcc. hopes will win the derby, went a mile night to be at the theater to get tick- ba held it) niy ollice, May 1!) and 20. will be gratefully ?e;:i$e.' who, when the frow The examination for colored teachers and a quarter, but was not pt'hd at ets for Mansfield's "Cyrano de ii clgyOi of vr'VKtfo dippflcil by the bright The l.loomer Girls Won. Vkwtmtry XVorH. 2(5 all, and ts'uusliiiit; 01 to work was rgcp.l pi '"jicj.yrijSdc. thct rc which will be played there next will be held at same piutt., May , and LKVixa rox, Ky 1,00 taken," ontainbleu, Mrs. Carey Anderson, who made a rerofr lirohH fortune's and 'art! to another aspirant Elisa J. Lusk, week. Very few people have read the 27. ma-lt- fj mpt disstiukuiaUeti peoplq at'llolt Uin'p" pa'):U Sujida after- for the derby stako. was out also, wide reputation on laundry work at borea umoim tho best mid and sous of tiioconimonweditii. book, but Dame Fashion says its "the noon the "Hoston IUoomcr Girls," an J'lff (oivcn Sunday. Crab Orciiaid Springs, now lives at toll Kentucky has evinced no pnrtliillty In thl a&trrepation thing"' and people will climb over Eld. George Gotij preached at gate on Crab Orchard pifca of female ball, tossers, de- the best he could do was a mile and a Lan- evidence of loving remembrance. It carries 2:15. He will hardly start prjv no jealousy, no in feated the Lexington club by a score quarter In each other to attend. Wc would wil- Hubble Sunday nioj'mng and after- caster, and will take work at reason- :vith it no in the derby. Vfiliolifc 4'5J.I'tInn. It is not an emblem of of 10 to 11. lingly stand for hours in the broiling noon. A great crowd of his admirers van a specialty of lioaoi1 Q the viii5r aud to the able n.fijvs. She makes The stiings which arrived, Sunday s in waiting to get up to the ticket flocked out to hear him, and in the af lace ut an equal trlup'W jtm vorth of collars, and cuffs, liulsheiti-b-future, the curtains, sjb nigh.t fj'om Netyport were: pan O'Briall. In descendants of cli.v.. rout. wagon of a circus, but we draw the ternoon the pike was lined with vehi tf. oifedcra'te may rroudly gaze upon It. reallz-jrMcKixpy. ivy.," 5lay 2. Sejjonil se en, 6; It. Tucker," g: Frank Jones, 4; J. shirt waists, bonnets, etc. " line on theatric a s cles. ihs' the state hi honored their ancestors, tion of freight tviin No. 11 was wreck- V. Carter, 2; II. Scoggan, C; T. G. CalJnd iiiii". aUhoiiL'h' 'their' cause .vas lost, theii Worthy liutPFp'fpe. which have no point and are so dry ed on the Cincinnati Southern near. vert, 11; John Hanuigang 5 James ficrojm' if, reyeeil jjd hjjl,' nifmorles the eyes of the audience are filled with The Music Festival to bo held in Au(l (he i,ons pf1 tljg ljfavg men Wanesbjjrf. Seyepl pars wep de MurpliVj 3. may" look upon dust. on the other side Henry and John Duncan have con- Louisville on May 8th, Jith and 10th, wUo mqlislicd wore delaycrt Thene strings will arrive Monday it with pquaj tro, feeling that it hours, and peoJ. IJrcnnan. 15; J. U. from Memphis: lltly commemorates the sallajit rteei.ls of heir Gakkaki count people regret to solidated their shops and are now in should be well patronized by the na broseryeil uneestor, Lewman, li T. V. Hayes, IS; Jo Desha, learn of the death of Mrs. Jane Rhea, the old stand over PoydVa store, cor- ple of KeuuicKy, Tennessee and South- illustrlouH destruction. who it endure tuu Street KpUwity fiuployos Moot, May tion from forever. ern Indiana. It Is an fciitsrprise that standing guard over vlcior und vanquished W. J. Smith, 5; Robinson & Moore, mother of Hon. John S. Rhea, and ner Public Square and Lexington Louisvillk, Ky., May 2. Tho sixth 12; s it. in one hand j;h the statue that they extend great sympathy to honor- street. Polite attention, sharp razors, commends itself to all lovers of music, JioIdn$ tbs tfjreh of surmoun shedding abroad annual convention of the Amalgam- 10; P. M. Civill, 15; J. C. Ferris, jr., 15; liberty A. G. Westou, 0; Hunson Arthur, 7; T. able gentleman in his bereavement. ciean toweisano maiiyyoarsexpeneiiee as well as f Jl19.se .who are interested "ft Tipnlulr ravsV ih th: nthrr "rahninsr the ated Association of Street Railway E. Barrett, 15; Settle & Co., 10; P. .ycjop.'ienfc of Louis- JswoVd, femblematlcal of'' the sjKsn'eti, pf one tf. in the general of America bepan here Monday 0 prominent man in the state is bet- tit them to do the best of work, 'people, ready and arixlous'nt all tinipD to I!it?cr, 10; M, T, Panaher. B; W. .M. 2 ville and surrounding' territory. ter liked by Garrard county people ofone country, and to 'drive, behind "closed duoys, 1'1jp eiuivonttoi. May & Co., tfO; V. "Si. Hayesi U39 Missionary Day. 0; W. H. b'eedlng. from its shores any in- - will last five days. About 40 cities ar,q (lijfiifi'pd than is Mr. Rhea. Laudeman, "li; Gil Curry, 10; Tom Kext Sunday will be Missionary Day represented. " A.ul 'now. after' ih'elmi.ti"" oi iiiiV:ic2 hay Kielly, 3. Adams' Fistula ;iv5. i)Up P hy been torn fr..m dureyes, abd we enabled to see The monument to Kentucky's dead at the Christian cmvl- Every mem Dr. K; K. 5I;Lonui4gi l)4t), TOBACCO CO. INCORPORATED. was unveiled at Chlckanianga yester- ber is urged to be present. A)) offer- Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, Is Minuting Lopivn.Lp, Ky., April !0. Dr. R. E. day amid much pompand parade. Gov. ing will be made for Home and for with ready sale every where. Persons McDbnpjijjh", statg "examiner of' thg Tho Company propose to 1'urcliaic and Bradley and staff were present und eign Missions. Let us all do our duty who Usya used it say it's a marked drama. Cultivate 5,(!0.) Acres of the lSent success mid t rure for Fistula, That the uulon should have been preserved Catholic Knights and jjadiefi pf Honor, the monument was unveiled by Miss in this matter. con- abolished, all aro Tob:icco Lu:ul in Cub-.Polevil, Swlnney, Scr;)tci;ies. ijnlargc-nien- t, and slaverythe victors won in honorable to no died at his home in this city Friday Cr4J?tEsE. Powell, Minister. ecjo. That tight Christine Rradley. The monument inght. He was 56 years of age. Greasy lice!, etc, Jt is sold on fine jfilJ dlst.yte. nut while this is manifer. Pakis, Ky., May 2. The Cuban s.id to be very pretty and a credit t is a written guarantee, and money re- atelyequally trye f hrtt thoe who weo fcrtun Tobacco Co, yas p.rganized to the stato. defeated, vprc insr.iWd' hy'siuteib dei'o niffoi;etMe. Sunday afternoon Ray.- Massie bap funded if not as represented. up-ltic n to prinuiplus conscteutintisly tidievid to "Pn, what-'- "the tiilTerenee betweefj and inetJ.ii yati.d hcc. The company tised eight persons in Dix liver. They tlioy valor, equ Hed wi.h bejut: thwt Tns WixciiESTEit Democrat says proposes tp purchase and cultivate alono by those who oppoi-obut never talent find genius?" Be More Thoughtful. Clark county goes in for a ratio of 1( had joined the Baptist church during surpassed, and ih jlr heroic bravory ami suffer "A rrmn with talent ia able to build 5,000 acres of the best tobacco land the fact that the ing entitle them to the admiration of all man for himself the finest momiuicntln the in Cuba, Hon., Cbmdo M. Thomas, to 1 sixteen office seekers to one rail ins present meeting at Herring's Notwif.fjsf-'ffldhjsplitter. Some day in the dim, far off school house. The meeting continues town has placed pubife jjiiing racks kind couil bo no rr.o e convincing evidence country. The public nsutilly hah to of tho company, has just returnThere termination of that great ed from Cu a, where he secured future, there will be no "hewers of through this week and Jms been one of on all streets, there are sotti' popple of .the righteous present gr.tndjur and power provide the monument for n genius." much interest and good. Chicago Daily News. who persist in hitching to private fen- slrilsilfi than the options oa some of the most valuable wood and drawers of water. " Wonder of the republic ic;- lay ire richest nation on ces. The fence at the Presbyterian lands. The directors are John T. Hin-toliow the politician will get his boots curth. the workshop iud KTansry qi 'lie globe Xot the FlrHt. Itare Opportunity. No sai 0 man would revive the institution of church, Jjas freen badly damaged in this P. I. McCarthy, William Myall, blacked then? "Sou irtfll j f'gref. tjiis," he said, when Music lovers will have an opportuslaver v, for the hsroic blood of our Negro Fopl Jirent, C. J. Thomas, Paris; City ling' rlns rcgrc troops nity of hearing tiome of the greatest way, and lust week several pannels of h3 has obliterated every in un:uistalt .ble she refused hint, master a.:d proclaimed The Louisville Post was twenty-on- e artists of Europe and were torn completely away, People "Possibly," she replied, "but It will Solicitor W. l, McShaw, of Covington; 1890 Is better than Inniiuage that America at the evidently years old Saturday and spread P. II. McFlyrin, president of the Xenia be only one of a bunch of regrets.:' hitch to fences thoughtless- t c slavery of the liberty of IRo, Thus was the blow softened. Chi- Shoe Co., Xenia, O. The stock is beiny over twenty-fou- r pages. The ly, but if they had to pay for rebuildThe monument dedicated today mav. in the BECOMING A MOTHER. rapidly taken up. Post is and enjoys an iming and pflphuiing planks they would rush of y nrs. cnimtilo f,ni' f 1! In odust. but cago "Dost. aroun ine summi.s 01 uotuuui. unn .hjssiuu-armense circulation. Here's hoping it A Sure "Way to Avoid Danger. Ridge, like gathering mists, shall remain jiff Genius There. hitch to the places jnadp for such purA. 1 Crawford Nominated. forever the mem ries of these hlstc rie tlcld; may live many years longer and retain Every truo womnn wants to bo a poses. .'Has yoju- pott a bobby of any ljjrjd?" HpATTYViLi. Ky., May 3, The dem arid Jn every heart sh.ill be a monument of mother. A baby is the dream of her life its present high standing. "Not that I know of." love, and stroni'th and ' oatriotism. which will ocrats pf the Ni:ie'ty;seppnd legislative Anthony Hope's Latest Romance. the crowning glory of womanhood erp,iiiIy tbrouih a)l ctimiag time, the glories "Then I am' sorry for you and him. met here Monday in conven true hnppiness can never be known IS rave 31 en Fall. Anthony Hope's new romance, ' The of that great He wllj probably never succeed in be- - district Looking into the future. 4a A. P. Crawford was nominated without the blessings a child brings. Countess Emilia," beginning in the hope be lndul 'Pd that'n the e.id lipt the fond jngsjnglejl put from among the crowd." tion. Victims tistoniach,liver and kidney our Cfiun'ry Yet the ordeal through which all tg represent the district in thp next Cieveluiiu spader. troubles as well as women, and all feel .mothers must pass is so full of pain, May Ladles' Homo Journid, will be mav. In all things, re d liberate, lust and general assembly. The phicagp plat in our fl:g anxiety find fear, that many a young read with the greatest Interest by its wve: thattyrants, in mav wave and triumph the result in loss of appetite, poisonsin every on The nnlins In8slou. feared by orm, and exrtjenatpr Jq 31ack life is acrillcpd of the inability author's admirers in this country. In sea; that tee:i(.h its folds land gatherevenmay the the blood, backache nervousness, head- to undergo the because of childbirth. Janet I do love the spring! Doesn't ii mrn were indorsed. truggle oppressed of every cllje. and tljo slaye strug ache and tired, listess, rundown feeling It is not necessary to euffer in bring- the very opening chapter the reader's gling grow ine rod qt ojf,ri's,sio,i. reel ui hrjng tq piind all the best and loveliest But there's no need to feel like that. ing new life into the world. By the curiosity is aronsed in the liveliest chainsbeneathligh'ef, his heart le p with Joy things pf life? J3stclleTT-Ye- s, a dcllycriinocj that naListen to J. W. Gardner, Idavillc lnd. nag of "Mother's Friend," the suffer- way. The story is in Anthony Hope's and hail its color Indeed I haven't dppe tions which have been bueu by the serpent of a thing this week but Shop for shipi He says: "Electric Bitters are just the ing and danger can be avoided, and und thing fora man when he isall rundown, the hour robbed of itsjdreud and pain. characteristic vein, and carries one's rapacity nnd boconquest shall Iook upon waists. N. y. Truth, healed, sk thoe, who. with ;uul don't care whether he lives or This remedy J? praised by thousands interest as unwaveringly "The its folds w;i the dies. It did more to give me new who have teste it, JSyery woman is Prisoner of Zenda," withwhich he fa'th. looked uponwll.Ier biazcn serpent that tl; Depended on Clrcniiivf nncfi, .ess. Uod grant lifted up In the strength and gowj appetite than anxious to learn bow SUFFERING. avoid the entertained and delighted every lover our.-- shall be the victory of enlightenment and "How many porHuns can you crowd I could take. I can now eat pain and suffering which may hcM? of a good story well told. liberty, the triumph of right over might, of into a car?" I asked the conductor. anvthing and haven new lease on life." store for her. The little book, "jBefor Jus ice overinjU'.ticc. of humanity ovir cruelty 'Thousands of "That depends on whether they arc and oppression, until tm.iires sh.tll hav Only 5U cents at R. E. JlcRoberts Baby is Born," will be sent free to any women are passed away 3Qd the nations of earth become married folks or couples thinking Tncvlfffgffi ITIugazIiic for ftlay. Trug Store. Every bottb guaran- address upon application to the Brad-fiel- d troubled at one. Philadelphia about it," he replied. J teed, Regulator Co., Atlanta, Georgia. lm The special literary features of the monthly inter'fforth American. A ppoiiitt'd Rou(luiste', vals with pains number are an excellent short story Lexington, in the head, Ky., May 2. II. M; lTie Tilnc. by .Kipling, "The Ffcugf their Counback, breasts, Young La'dy po you ifiinli j t jjj?mr shouldej-s.sidetry:" a series of poejns of the gold Waite has been appointed rpadmastei to hips andimp$. trail, by Hamlin Giiflnnd; and, partic- of the Ijcxingtqn division of the Cm esi for ladies Oh,'ride bicycles:? cinnati Sputliprn yice N- - Jlowcn re . IMcyclist the riding is alj right But they need ularly, the opening Installment of a signed, '.'he change .will take effect eio.iigb, but--e- r dop't think they not suffer. J MB novel of American life, "The GentleThese pain3are symptoms of .Monday, $Ir. JyaUe j also supcrin pught to lake headcrsi N. V. Ycekly." man from Indiana," by a new writer, tendent dangerous derangements that of brldgos, CAN SELL YOU fViKtlom; from the Bench. Mr. Boot) Tarkington. This last, for can be corrected. " The ."Ves, your'ionbr; this is the lacly yhg function shonld operate a first work, fa very distinguished. IouivUlo Af tor the Encampment. painlessly. Lofih.vii.i.K, Ky., April 30. A move claims that the dog The characters are 'piesunted with "Well, where Is the dog who claims iq ment is on foot to secure the United masterly clearness and individuality: have bitten the lady?" Chicago Rec- ' they and the whoje scene and atmos- Confederate ycterans' encampment for H- phere in which they njoye are pharm-ing- ; Louisville in $0(j. No pbanire. and, finally, the inpjdents in flrpte'snne says that when p Died From Eating Hemlock RpftU .'"Mi makes menstruation painless, which they are involved have unfailand regular. It puis the deli7 Ei.ftTON, Ky., May 3. Rachael Mclittle girj slip jvas go fontl pf jvalkjng ing freshness mid significance and of- Lean, aged cate menstrua J organs jncondj; hemlock r,oot; on stilts." " ."Well, tio'n to do their work properly ten become Intensely dramatic. she Jiasn't got over jt yet." She was taken yitb spasms and died in And that stops alptuis paifil P.etrojt Frpe Press. a few hourg Why will any woman suffer To the North. month after month when Wipe Affaf Jhp Spanking. gan- pfGarduiwill reljeveher? It The Queen and Crescent Route lias Lunph agd Ktccptloq fgt the Third Well, Bobby, what (iq you want t costs f r.oo at the drug storel inaugurated a service of observation be when yoii grow PP?" . Why ypii'gei'a ott'e Lkxinotoh, Ky May Ja4Jes cars on the famous Blue Grass Vesti' Pobby (stiffering frpm pareptaj dls? re plpline) An orphan bule between Cincinnati and Lexing- of Lexington are preparing1 for EDUCATION For advice, in cases requiriug ception and lunch for the 3d Kentucky Specjal directions, address, giv? Jnexpecfea floneafpr, I abslutely necessary to the young ton. Free Parlor cars find Queen and regiment of volunteers on their return Jqg symptoms, "The Indies' Crescent Standard Vestlbulod day man or young woman who would win Bhopper What Is the real different to this city on May 10. Advisory Department," The success in lite. This being conceded coaches. 4 trains dally to Cincinnati, between these two materials? Chattanooga Medietas Co,, ' la of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rauk- - with close connection with all trains' H'.ver servlr for tho Kentucky. New Clerk Fifty t centB a yard, Chattanooga, Tenn. LouiBViiK, Ky., May 8 J, R. Caldi Tliat's all. Harlem Life, north. y THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE well &. Co.. of Philadelrjhin. was Mnn Queen and Crescent trains are with Mr. R0ZEJU LEWIS, LOUISVILLE, KY. Smart Uy Absprpllon, f nIU, Texai, Myit w " out a peer in the South. 17 miles. 7 J " BiU-- The "I M Irsukled at mnthly ltml f ellow has some very good Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist T" V line BftOKVKFlEPIXG :ing the silver service for the battleHtT t.ipna atlth ttrrlbl pains ia mi bead and hack, this ' Graduates fbook college preferred by business houses. occupying shortest line, unequalled train service.; - Kentucky. It is to cost W.OOO and shiprite for but aa bMa tatlrtly rtHarM ky WHm giving testimonials from graduates Jieamlful aHUtvLHANl- con4 CarM." .General Passenger Jinyes; he must have a lot of bright prqmuent positions all over the United States It will bo mailed W. TELEGRAPHY sist of 80 pieces. riends.-Yon.to yu,. Statesman. See our it. 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'.S.Johnson, anj-thi- ! LILL4RD fc STOTJT, s DANVILLE, TiY. Our Flue Kttl l)urhaiu 11 mep-etru- al Paint Wall Timings Will make the present season gn our farm, 26 miles from Lancaster on new Danville, pike, anl will serve cows at $1.00. Aloney due at time of geryicp. im AM anti'ED BOUilNH. Cheaparthan any Sprim 1899 TREES, PLANTS, VINE. Fruit and pfnamenfal Tre, hrubs, smal fruits and every thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar dep. We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable nrire. Strawberry and Tree Catalogue en application to I House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced. ?' A BUSINESS -- Tit-Bit- s. H. F. HILLENMEYER, phone 279 Lexington, Ky. r j kers Bring The Record Your Job Work. WE Stetson Hats In : STUDY 1 TO WE In PLEASS STUDY YOUR WANTS. We have the Handsomest Line of Clothing ? WE STUDY YOUR INTERESTS. We have the Prettiest Line of Manhattan Shirts We have the Nobbiest Shoes the Market. Central Kentucky. J. L. FROHMAN & GO. $ SUMMER MILLINERY. THE GLOBE. i uer a circus canvass uian listen to all the squeaking fiddles you could crowd into Cincinnati's big music hall. He An immense line of the LATEST things in Summer Millinery just also delights in hunting and fishing, and if you want to get him "strung received at out" in conversation, just bring up E. R. Sparks bought of Spillman While in Lexington, a few days ago, the subject of music, guns or Meeks' Bros., of Garrard county, 80,000 pounds IN of hemp at $4.75. Jessamine Journal. we had the pleasure of calling upon reels. Hon. Sam J. Roberts in his sanctum Corn planting has been rushed durIf you want the Newest, Prettiest Goods and at the Leader office. Mr. Roberts One of the cleverest fellows who has ing the past few weeks. Owing to the Styles give us a call and we can supply you with came to Lexington twelve years ago been in Lancaster in many a day, is damage to wheat a tremendous crop and established the Leader. Being a Dick Ryan, who is assisting his father, of corn is being planted. anything in our line at the most reasonable prices. A red-hRepublican organ, and the Capt. J. R. Ryan, in the hotel build For the first time since 1S94 .hemp now and many LexingNEW LOT OF SAILORS WILL BE PLACED ON SALE state at that time overwhelmingly ing carried outother contractsne is be- has readied the $5 notch. InLauridge Democratic, many predicted the down ing in this city, the ton the other day Mr. W. J. Phone 85. fall of the paper. But Mr. Roberts' kind of fellow one wants to call by bought 30,000 pounds at $5, or one hunSATURDAY. gentlemanly deportment, untiring en his first name as soon as being intro- dred dollars per ton. is a gen Lexing ergy and brainy writings, rapidly duced to him. For sales of stock Miss.Laura the county, we CENTRAL RECORD. ton is expectedBright Doty toofvisit her made friends, and even Ins most bitter ius. No plans "Dick" indeedLancas- refer our readers tointhe letters pubever made for tomorrow political opponents soon formed a ter people have compared with his, ei- lished from the different post offices. aunt, Miss Lena Bright. warm admiration for him. The Lead- ther in accuracy or economy for the THURSDAY May 4, - r89- an John M. Logan is in the cities buy er fast earned the right to it's name builder. He has made plans for many We haveover excellent corps of news the county and by looking more spring and summer goods and now is the foremost Republican prospective builders and lias enough gathers ing over their reports you will see is ids third trip tins season. This paper in the state. Mr. Roberts is one work ahead to keep him busy for some what stuff is bringing. Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at 1 i. Mrs. G. S. Gaines and two daughters of the very few men who work for Ids time. Like his clever father, he can Timothy hay should never be fed to party instead of personal welfare. One tell a story to perfection, and knows frOQ 0004)00000 0QOXrOHKHMH OOOOOOOOO 00 Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines of his most admirable points is that all the latest and best ones going. He sheep, as it often causes a derangevisited friends in Danville Monday. he refuses to band with any clique, rode two heats on the Kay Pea jroat ment of the digestive tract. And timRev. and Mrs. "W. L. Clark have reMr. and Mrs. Chas. Denman and and will not be led by the nose by any last Friday night and is due for anoth- othy is of a fat forming nature, hence turned from Burgin. It fully Warranted and Excels all others. pretty baby, Francis Lee, of Nichol- bosses. Being a typical gen er tomorrow. Dick is rather low in is not as valuable a food as clover and Mesdames Robinson and Postle were asville, are Mrs. Alex West's guests, tlemen, he holds hands olf from any stature and when he rode into the other grasses which are rich in proin rtanville Tuesday. Mr?. Margaret Gill and Miss Kate dirty work which politicians frequent- - lodge room behind Jake Joseph, who tein. A few friends stormed Miss Dannie Kinnaird left Tuesday to visit Miss ly get into. He's just such a man as weighs 325 pounds, the contrast in size The Dairy World says that 2,000,000 Mary Gill who is attending school at the Hon. James W. Caperton, who we was amusing, but Dick stuck to Jake cases of condensed milk were put up is so simple a remedy that it can be Harris Tuesday evening. frequently hold up as a party man from like a leech, and the goat failed to in this country during the last year, easily tried, and if found efficacious, Miss Lizzie Simpson has boon visit- Oxford, Ohio. THE not ing Miss Lizzie Thompson. The Social and Industrial Club will principle, and now personal gain, throw him. If you want to have a and that more than half of this was should be generally used as a prevent collector of inter- pleasant conversation get in company consumed in this country. The rest ative. meet with Miss Lillie Dale Grant next Mr. Roberts is Mi&s Lizzie Brown is trimming for revenue, but keeps an eye on the with Dick Ryan. was exported, mostly to Japan, China Wednesday. This will probably be the In answer to a correspotdent the edL BANK the Misses Noel this month. management of his pet, the Leader. and India. The demand for American meeting of the Club until next Fall. last itor of the Breeders Gazette says: "It He is a very busy man, but unlike Mr. Will Lackey 'and wife visited Capt. Herndon announced to us, condensed milk is steadily on the in- is true that Shorthorns (or any other Tom Crutcher, a popular drummer some men of position, he can find time Mrs. R. A. Burnsico Sunday. rather excitedly, that he had won a crease. breed of cattle) will cease milking at CAPITAL I SURPLUS. and one of our old boys, was here Tues- to stop and have a pleasant chat with -- OF H. A. B. Marksbury, who has hand- six or seven months, when the calves $100,000.00 ooo.oo. Artificer Fred J. Conn of the second day mingling with his many friends. a friend without believing the wheels case in the Police Court. As every fellow tafien is guilty, of course La. Regt., returned home Monday. "Tick" travels for a shirt and furn of the nation will stop when he lays they receive there and somtimes a led more wheat than any man in the are allowed to suckle. Nature reguLANCASTER, KT. a fine county, tells The Record he believes lates that. The persistent-milkin- g down his pen. Miss Florence Darnell, of Maysville, ishing louse. prison sentence. We asked the genial the wheat in Garrard will not make trait is a result of habit induced and is the guest of Miss Florence Harris. Rev. Massie, of the Baptist church, Captain how the "feat" was perform- half a crop. He attributes the fact to fixed by artificial means that is, by Little Misses Dunn, of Stanford, are lias been quite ill this week, lieiny Capt, W. B. Penny, of Stanford, was ed, and he said: "Well, I asked for a the hard, savere freezes. He says the continued hand milking. The milkA. R. Denny. President. some better at this writing. Rev. n town baturuay, and made us jury. As most every man about town early sowing seems to be all right, but ing habit can be cultivated and when the guests of Letty Mae McRoberts. Jno.E. Stoemes, Vice President. Henry Faulconer is preaching for him pleasant call. Capt. Penny command was busy, the officer could only secure the late sowing has been damaged to a this cultivation is omitted the cow reMr. R. E. Melloberts has been in ed a company of volunteers in Porto three jurors. I agreed to try the case Herrings school-housWm.H.Kinhaibd, Cashier. distressing extent. lieves herself of nourishing the calf as Louisville for a few days on business. at Rico, and it is interesting to hear his with this number and we proceeded soon as the dictates of her nature will S.C.Dinny, Hon. Wood G, Dunlap, of Lexington, discription of the country, J. F. Robinson. Jb, the war, with the case. My client got the hot The disease known as thumps is very Louis Walker and Miss Eliza Lusk is here this week superintending the etc. He said the Spanish bullets had end of the evidence but when the common among pigs, especially young permit. The Jersey would lose its Assistant Cash'r. visited Camp Nelson Sunday afternoon. persistent milking habit in time if erection of a handsome monument little terror in them when compared time came to argue the case I began ones. It is, however, not a disease in calves were allowed to suck. The R. T. F.XBKY Asa't The many friends of Miss Jfulia Reid over the graves of Gen. and Mrs. W.J. to the ocean voyage. Returning, itself, but an evidence of disease, and the by telling the jury that the law called were glad, to. s&e her at preaching Sun- - Landram. Mr. Dunlap is practicing ship is an accompaniment of many diseases. milking qualities of Shorthorns have encountered a storm and for sev for twelve jurors, but as the men we law in Lexington. eral hours the craft was tossed to and were now trying before equaled in Its symptoms are a jerking or twitch suffered from this treatment. DIRECTORS M,rs. Banks Hudson is expected to Mrs. Jno, E, Stormes entertained fro, sometimes almost turning over, quality and ability any twelve men, ing action of the heart or diaphragm Is this a borrowed paper? Sam 1. D.Cochran, Jas Spliman, As thumps are be a guest of Mrs. Jno. E. Stormcs this the Social and Industrial Club Wed Capt. Penny says lie saw three bun we were, willing to leave of it to them. other diseases, merely an evidence be Alex. R. Denny. A.C.Robinson. week. to cure it it would nesday afternoon to meet Mrs. Banks dred men on their knees Dravine. as As said before, I won the case." W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, necessary to get at the disease itself. The many more swearing, and others who of Lower Garrard. A TIMELY HINT. g Hudson, Miss Tearl Hill is assisting in Yon should be wise and see that y onr blood is Jno. E Stormes. say they were never more did first one and then the other. He pare and your whole system put in a a.Ul T'llett's millinery members in Iss The Arkansas Experiment Station rich and Mr. W. G. Nunnelley, of Louisville, perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr. handsomely entertained. brought back many trophies from the tifcore, & Nunnelley's nas succeeaea in growing pork at a Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then yon islands, and a fellow can spend the representing Ballard malaria, typhoid fever, colds A Richmond special says the contest famous flour, was in town this week cost of li cents per pound. Winter will be free fromDr. Carlstedt's German Liver T J. HOOI, George i), Lusk has been assigned and the grip. by the pupils of Caldwell high school time pleasantly listening to him. Capt, and called at The Record office. We pasture, of rye and clover, with sor Powder is the best medicine money can bay. to Traylor's distillery for the next two SURGEON-DENTISto select representatives to the high Penny now has charge of the St. Asapl: found him a perfect, christian gentle- ghum, sweet potatoes and peanuts, all For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprue mouth's, Gum Balsam. Price 25c and 50o school tournament which will be held hotel in Stanford, and is running the man, and exceedingly pleasant com- - of which the hogs harvested them a Bottle. Mr. Gabe Greenleaf is confined to at Somerset in May was well attended house to a queen's taste, LANCASTER, KY For sale by any. His attention was attracted by selves, were the factors that did the his room by a spell of sickness. He Miss Sadie Banghman won the honors R. E. McRoberts, he lightning type setting of Captain work. All feed at market price, labor Office over Hnseiden's hardware store. ia some better. and land rent were charged against for the best recitation and Miss Katie We hear frequent inquiries aboul White, and he soon struck up an Rev. J. R. Tercy, who, for several Mrs. Juliette Rogers left Tuesday to Hocker for the best solo. with the latter. It turn-i- d the hogs. out that they had lived in Somer visit relatives and friends in Covington By allowing the accumulations in Capt. and Mrs. F. J. White were years was pastor of the Lancaster and Cincinnati. married fifty years ago, yesterday, Presbyterian church. He is still lo set at the same time and Capt. White's the bowels to remain, the entiresystem cated at Ellsworth, Kausas, and has children had gone to school to Mr. is poisoned. DeWitt's Little Early Mrs. Eliza Farris has returned from The Captain refused to celebrate the charge of a large church there. The Nunnelley. Mr. Nunnelley said: "I Risers regulate the bowels. Try them a visit Capt. Geo. II. Dobyns who con occasion, as he does not believe in the stove-pip- e ebp.w, which he recently remember distinctly your twin daugh and you will always use them. flourish of trumpets. He said early in very low. tinues Stormes iirue Store. the week that he wanted no presents invented,, has been placed with a job ters, Mollie and Alice. They were the lm Quite a crowd of this city attended bing house and is having a large sale. prettiest children I ever saw, and the No other business man has greater nrcacbinc at Hubble Sunday to hear and would send out no invitations, Mr. Tercy has manv friends here who brightest." It was interesting to hear g We know of no more and s Eld. Geo. Gowen. team than the far the conversation between the two need of a couple .ban the Captain are glad to know of his success. mer, and no other has so good an opMrs Elizabeth Denny has returned friends of many years ago. & and estu!ble wife, and together s portunity to get and keep a from a visit to Mrs. George Many Lancaster people remember With thoir long list of friends, we join "Vhite.'-s- ' Station.' Little, neglected scratches and team; still the farm teams of the counin wishing them many more years of Lou. Brown, the handsome young man try are not a credit to the profession. Mj.. Hobart McOiure, of Paris, has the happiness and good health they who used to visit Oolt B.en. F. Robin wounds frequently result in blood- It is only a new application of the been the guest of Miss Lillie D,ale are no,w enjoying. young ladies, especially, re? poisoning. Better heal them quickly son. The truth expressed in the adage, "The rant for a few days. member- his handsome face and figure with DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, a shoemaker's wife goes barefooted." c thoroughly appl ication wi th as being a regular attendant at Lan Judge M. D. Hughes las returned, Millions Given AYty always curing piles, old ulA well known Chicago commission and is ready to waty on It is. certainly gratifying to the public caster hops, and parties, Lou is now a record of from Irvine agent at the C, & O. depot in cers, sores, cuts, wounds and skin dis man says: "To attempt to build a via the Queen & Crescent Route froi all ftis cothng customers. 0 know of qn,e concern, in the land ticket eases, Stormes Drug Store, lm beef structure upon a Holstein, Jersey points, to the who are not afraid to. be generous to Lexington, and we have the pleasure or other dairy breed base would be to In an improved horso collar, the fac the needy and suffering. The propri- of a chat with him every time we vis city. Several years ago he ing is formed of a metal plate of simi imitate the man who built his house International 5. S. Convention etors of Ir, King's lew Discovery for it that upon the sand. The wind of the marConsumption, Couglis and. Colds, have married the handsome daughter of lar shape to those now in use, the back ket would sweep the structure away in Atlanta Ga., April 26-2- 9, Hon, Claude Johnston, of Winchester, consisting of an inflatable tube, which given away oyer ten mUhon trial botgirl bahy has bless- is blown up to the desired hardness, one "fell swoop" and financial disaster and a sweet-face- d tles of this great medicine; and have See No young man ever vis adjusting itself to the shape of the an attend the unfortunate feeder's misConfederate Veterans Reunion the satisfaction qf Knowing It has abso-- ed the union. who ited our town made more friends imal's back and easing the strain of guided efforts." Charleston, S, C, May 10-1- 3. lutly cured thousands Qfh.qpeGSscas.es, pulling. J. D. Bridge, editor and proprietor Asthrqa, Bronchitis Hoarsness and all tlian did Lou Brown. Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs, colds of the Democrat, Lancaster, N. H., disease of the Throat JDhest and Lungs Southern Baptist Convention Mr. Wm. 0. Price, of Danville, was croup and whooping cough readily says: I would not be without One are sure ourod by it. Call on R E Louisville, Ky,y May 11-1- 8. McRoberts Druggist, and get a free here the other day and honored The yield to One Minute Cough Cure. "Use Minute Cough Cure for my boy when bottle. Regular size 60. e and $i. Record office by a call. Mr. Price this remedy in time and save a doctor's troubled with a cough or cold. It is trial t le best remedy for croup I ever used." Every bottle guaranteed or price re was born and reared in Lancaster, but bill or the undertaker's. Chickamauga. 1n Stormes Drug Store. Stormes Drue Store. moved to Danville some years since. lm- funded. Dedication Kentucky Monument Prettiest line ever It is said that the farmers now find An exchange says that every paper He has that social, gentlemanly manMay 3. QUEEN & CRESCENT. ner, so characteristic of his father, the it much more profitable to breed and in the State should publish the fact BrouM lo Lancaster J lamented Dr.. Jennings Price, and his raise their own cattle to feed than to that burnt corn is a sure cure for hog. Low Rates. presence is always enjoyable. Biblical Assembly Mr. pay such high, prices for 'feeders that, cholera. It was first discovered by. American Library Association Con Price is a fine musician, his favorite if not good grades and well bred, leave burning a pile of corn, belonging ta, Cjtariottc, N. C. June 20-2- 9. vention, Atlanta. Ga., May 1899, no profit for feeding and often a loss distillery, it was thrown to the hogs Sallie D. Tillei. Annual Encampment G. A R, of instrument being Che cornet. Like all of feed. Grade upto the best pure and eaten by. ttyyn. Before tha$ Tennessee, Rockwood, Tenn., May 10, sensible men, he prefers a good brass bred bulls and push the calves for ear number of tjapia, b( bjeen djf bag- ecfe 11, 1899. From points in Tennessee. - ly maturity. band, and would rathei hear one undy, but the" disease rsaBrdA jj About People. H OETj SISTERS. TJp-To-Da- te PEfSO JlMi. .it 'EOT si first-clasfirst-clasanti-septi- and Underwear Ever Shown. 3 SJLTISIF.A.aTIOlSr DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. $$ AllKinds FarmMachinery Always onHand. I 1 e. trim-Ryu- (Jod-lovin- God-servi- i - Low Rates out 0, m I rested and is nosy In Jail at Lmsm j tor, j D Bless a woman eats sufficient not ' r- - ;rao,3XYOTjNq. Vfho rccentiy met his death by fall- log down jthc ghaf t of a silver mine in Arizona, w.asfceld in the very highest esteem by feis. employers, as the follow ing letters from Mr. and Mrs. Theo dore Comstock to his parents indicate. Mr. Comstock is President aud Gen. Manager of the Elkhart Mines and is also President of the Uuiversity of which Mr. Young was a graduate and it was through his influence Mr. Young held the responsible place of Chief Assayist of the Securiety Mining and Cures INDIGESTION Development Company. He was his personal friend and manifested a deep The entering wedge for nearly all Diseases the interest in Jno. Young, whom he regar human system is heir to. ded, as he states in his letter, asayoung man of unuasul talent ambition and integrity. He had just returned from Eu rope and was in New York when he re For Sale by ceived word of this untimely death. We R. E. McRoberts. publish below his letter to Mr. and M rs. Young, and also that of his wife, who was associated with Mr. Young University, and knew some Buy your Lubricating Oil from J. E, at the thing of his character and was deeply Scott. interested in his promising future. The farmers are all about through New York, April 12th. 1899. planting corn. My Dear Col. and Mrs. Young: W, H. Duncan says that his mill I cannot make words express what I trade has revived up considerably in feel. The terrible shocking news came to me in bare outline shortly after my the last month. Several of our citizens have been landing here from my trip to Scotland trying their luck fishing this week in and I am still only meagerly Informed. The very best tl me 1 could make would Kentucky river. have brought me to Kingman only The growing wheat crop still looks Saturday or Sunday, the 15th or 10th, well in this section. The oat crop is some days too late to be of any use to up and looks well. you in the matter. I wired Judge' "News items are scarce this week Sloan and Mr. Dodge to do everything Everybody has gone to work, and the possible, and I trust that the awful loafer has disappeared, calamity was ameliorated as much as James Spihnan has sold his las such a terrible blow could be by symyear's crop of wheat of 3,000 bushels, pathizing friends. How can I tell you and is delivering It at Burgin this anything which will comfort your week, sorely stricken hearts. There are no The fanners that planted out watei words in any language to convey feelmelon patches aro all about through ings like these. No one knew better and Just waiting for them to come up than I the value and purity of the young life, ruthlessly torn fr m u . If so they can go to working them. Stock of all kinds are higher right any are ready to shine as lights in the now than they have been for some other world your son John was well yeirs, and everything is looking well prepared. I had come to love him as and times are hotter, beyond a doubt my own, and had made great hopes on his future career under my eyes. He than for a long time. understood this and his last letter reMrs. J. K. Daugherty, who has been ceived only two days ago was full of living In Memphis, Tenn., for several faith in me, and a desire to stay with months, arrived here last Sunday me. I could have replied to his satiswhere she will visit her parents for faction, and kept in a growing position several months. . . .Robert Harris, who for which he was throughly worthy, has been visiting relatives here, re- my engagements made before leaving turned to his home in Lexington, Sun Europe were all very binding, and day Miss Bessie Booland, of Wil these have forced me to remain East. more; closed her school at this place Would to God I could say what I would, last Saturday. that I could bring back your boy, or If you suifi-- from tenderness or fi;'. comfort you. But all I can do is to ness on the right side, pains under carry with you a heavy weight of grief shoulder-bladconstipation, bilious and try thus feebly to express mg sym ness, sickheadache, and feel dull. pathy. I cannot realize it. Iiannotbe heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid lieve it, It is so cruel, so hard to bear, find congested, DeWitt's Little Early and I loved him so dearly. His comRisers will cure you promptly, pleas- panionship and faith In me was like antly and permanently by removing that of a son. You will always have the congestion and causing the b! e this sweet memory of a soul untardubts to open and flow naturally, they nished, faithful, exalted, far more than ARE OOOD PILLS. ordinarily brilliant and refined, a pure Stormes Drug Store. lm soul of the rarest Integrity and honor. 11S worK was exceedingly tnrougn ana DIGEST YOUR FOOD. Ninety per ceat. of ail sickness is caused by . accurate, and everybody was charmed pol food not being properly Rested, it creates by his remarkable personality. How keep a good complexion. Food, whwn digested, is the base of all health, all strength, and all beauty. HEItBisrE will help digest what you eat, and give you the clear, bright, beautiful skiu of health. Price 50 and 75 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes Ring in the new Ring out toe falsa Ring in toe truo" . We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway caristeflrs liver OME CORE FOR BLOOD POISON; There is not the slightest doubt that the doctors do more harm than good in treating Contagious Blood Poison; many victims of disease You Can this loathsome they hadwould be much better Patchwork; off never allowed them- -' if selves to be dosed on mercury and potash, the only remedies which the doctors ever give for Cure Yourself at Home. blood poison. The doctors are wholly unable to get na or this vile poison, and only attempt to heal up the outward appearance of the sores end eruptions. This they do by driving the poison into disease the and endeavor to keep it shut in with their constant doses of potash and mercury. .The mouth and throat and other delicate parts then break oat into sores, and the fight is continued indefinitely, the drugs doing the system more damage than the disease itseii. I had spent a Mr. H. L. Myers, 100 Mulberry St., Newark. N. J., says: hundred dollars with the doctors, when I realized that no good. I had large spots all over my they could do me bedy, and these soon broke out into running sores, and I endured all the suffering which this vile disease produces. I decided to try S. S. S. as a last resort, and was soon greatly improved. I followed closely your 'Direcand the large splotches on my tions for chest began to grow paler and smaller, and before long was soon cured perfectly and my disappeared entirely. I skin has been as clear as glass ever since. I cured myself at home, after the doctors had failed completely." It is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors to cure Contacious Blood Poison, for the disease is be yond their skill. Swifts Specific German " Ring out too old . Red Hot From the Gun the ball that hit G.B. Steadman of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. "Was Powder Beware of the Doctors' DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey It caused ment helped for Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive horible Ulcers that no treat20 years. Then Buck- len's 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 K. E. McRoberts Druggist. to-d- Price, 25 Cents. , Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs areexhHa The sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling Is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. 60LD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS IVIcCreary. Mrs. Eliza Sadler had a valuable cow to die from over eating clover last week. We are glad to say the sick are bet ter Uncle Baylor Jenning's and Mrs, W. B. Bradshaw. liuney ana .burton snipped a car load of hogs Friday, also Stuulors and Walker a load Friday. .sir. ana aire, wm Lackey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Broad dus Sunday . . . .Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cot ton 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 Miss Mag Xaylor, of Dan last week ville, is the guest of Mrs. R. L. Bur ton Mrs. Alex Walker and sister Miss Jennie ITartjin visited Miss Bet-tie Henry in your city Wednesday, , , Mr. and Mrs, J. T, Curd, of Burgin visited Mr. T. W, Bradshaw last week. Nothing has ever been produced to equal or compare with tablkh'b buck eye pile ointment as a curative and healing application for Piles, Fissures, blind and bleeding, external or inter nal, and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum. The relief is immediate and cure infallible. Price, 50 cts in bottle tubes 75 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes lUatunrk' Irou Nerve. Was the resultof his splendid health Indomitable will, and tremendous en ergy 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 King's New Life Pills. They develop every power of brain and body. Only 2c at R, E, McRoberts drug store, lm Cutting; Thorn Down. Buena Vista. 3 fa Crip Veiliicmh. 11. 2&&&issi nk I liV.imi AM SB YEARS OLD. aaa neverunea I Bottlos Only. 2Sc, 60o. nd $1.00 S!za BE SURE YOU GET unes trotvi. Mia. M. A. ilrtuUIe. Ky. wU ftB cough and rrtfns. Itniakca Dr. Bell's Ptec-far-Hos- ey aromrw iff www iff mwm vm miff w wwwww From AH Parts of Garrard. mm 3 Hammacki Mr. Fado Parks and wife visited Sunday at D. G. Ross'. R. F. Parson bought a mare from John Tiewland for $30. S E and Jack Hammack bought two hogs from J. II. McQuerry for $6. C. W. Granes and E. II. Walker sold their tobacco to Mr. Jenkins for 7 cts. round. Eph Hammaok made a flying visit to his aunt, S. E. Hammacks this last Mrs. Lucy Hammack visited week her grand parents Sunday, also Squire Parson and family visited relatives at Lowell Satuiday and Sunday. mallard's snow liniment cures 'Neuralgia, Headache, Rheumatism, 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 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Buckeye. W. B. Burton bought at. Richmond 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 Innrmary at Danville very much improved Misses Cordeliaand Nell Ray, entertained a few young friends Monday night Mrs. Ebb Dickerson and Miss Hattie Jones spent last Friday with Mrs. H. O. Sutton Mr. and Mrs. Pol near Lancaster Coy, of Madison, were guests of Frank George Pierce and family Sunday B. Wearen.and wife, and bright little daughter, Josephine, and Mrs. Susan Harris, of Stanford, were with Mr. W. 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 pal lor 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 white's cream vermifuoe. Price C. O. & J. E. Stormes, 25c. acts in an entirely different way from potash and mercury it forces the the system and gets rid of it entirely. Hence it cures the Soison out of other remedies only shut the poison in where it lurks forever, while constantly undermining the constitution. Our system of private home a cure within the reach of all. We give all necessary medical advice, free of charge, and save the p&tient the embarrassment of publicity. Write for full information to Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. G. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD TU AND VITALITY Ths great remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of the generative orsanscl cither scr. such as Nervous Prostration. Falling or Lost Manhood. Impotcncy, NipUtly Emissions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, excessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. With every guarantee to cure or refund tho money. Sold at l.OO per box, AFTER USIN6. S5 order C boxes for $5.00. DR. ISOTPS CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. McRoberts Drug Store. iriaVWa'M KffAfiaMIIJJliJaBM af f Florida' Havana la. Pa. "HI r Bryanisville. Mr. Len Hudson lost his tobacco Kmz-zM" iama e, 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. 7i The Train Service is per: fect in detail. Fast schedules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours aaBaBaalP barn by fire last Saturday. Origin of the fire unknown. Aunt Martha Dunn, an old colored n woman and respected in this community, died on the 27th ulr., of heart trouble. She was at church and died while giving in her testimony. Mr. and Mrs. Crutchfield are visitMiss ing their father, J. W Poor 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 Danville, visited Mrs. Taylor Burdett, Sunday Miss Hattie Jenning's, of Lower Garrard, is visiting in this viMr. Finch, of Danville, viscinity 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 Miss visit his parents Sunday Eliza Ballard and Mrs. C. C. Becker, Mrs. J. were in Danville, Tuesday Dunn visited in Lancaster last week. ....Miss Bessie King visited in Lower Garrard this week.... Miss Pauline Burdett visited in your city Saturday and Sunday. For Whooping Cough, Asthma, Bron chitis, or Consumption, no medicine equals coussen's honey of tak. Price 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, filfT Cincinnati Havana. G.P.A., to Sweeney. Tavlor 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. K. Perkins some fat hogs at 3ic and of Mr. Hays one yoke of oxen at 3Jc. O. B. Perkins sold to McCarley & Lawson 74 steers for July and August delivery at $3.60, and en gaged 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, o f Gilbert Creek, and her charming guest, Miss Ella Wright, of Stanford, spent Fri day and Saturday with Mrs. Taylor We are glad to note that House 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 in this vicinity last and school-mate- s Mrs. Ralph Arnold and pretweek ty baby, of Crab Orchard, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stone.... Mrs. Geo. Pope, returned to Livingston Saturday, after spending a few days with Mr. her sister, Mrs. W. P. Dishon and Mrs. Clias. 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-e- n her mother, last week. . . .Mrs. Lula Daily and Mrs, Minnie Harvey, spent Tuesday with Mrs, Ralph Anderson, 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 attempted to do so and received a severe cut in the side. The darkey was ai- - An editor recentjy ordered a pair of trousers from his tailor. On trying them on they proved to be several inch es too long. It being late on Saturday night, the tailor's shop was closed, and the editor took the trousers tohis wife and asked her to cut them off and hem off and hem them over. The good lady, whose dinner had perhaps di: iW.aRlNFJUtSCN I A BOON K aroiaw'. , TO MANKIND! Flatwood. The farmers are all busy planting their corn. Wm. Coldiron sold a cow and calf to David McCullom for 335- Mr. Clouse bought a hog from Geo. Elam, for 3ic per lb. Charles Graves sold his tobacco crop for 7c all around to Colbert Jenkins. Milton Grayson and Frank Gross have returned from a trading expedition in the mountains. Jake Clouse and wife, visited the latter's father, Sunday .... Sweeney Morgan spent Sunday at W. H.Furr'r. W. H. Eurr transferred several colo- onies, each into patent hives for Mrs. Martha Schooler and John Route, last week. It makes no difference how bad the you use De Witt's Witch wound Hazel Salve; it will quickly heal and leave no scar. Stormes Drug Store. lm if Kidney Diseases ARK THE MOST FATAL OF ALL DIS- EASES. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE to a guaranteed remedy for LADDtR H PlieiHI.' KIDNEY and STORMES nTRXJO STORE complaints, nervous Otto's Sprue Qum Balsam Ouraf in my life, which will always he there, exhaustion and female weakness. It Pr.YaurCaugh. Justth Mediate I have tried every day to write you is Foley's Kidney Cure. for Children, since I learned the awful tidings, but For sale by C. C. & J. E. Stormes. it. E. McRoberts the words seemed too cold, too weak to send you when this first shock was agreed with her, brusquely refused. If the cream Is too cold it will swell prostrating you. This lotter, too, Is The same result followed an application to the wife's sister and the eld- In tho churn and there will he trouble very far from what I want It to be, but it tries to express very imperfectly est daughter. But before bedtime the In getting the butter to come. what I feel for you both in this bitter wife, relenting, took the pants, and, People who have once taken De hour. Try to read in it what no lan cutting 6in, from the legs, hemmed them up nicely, and returned them to Witt's Little Early Risers will never guage if mine can tell you. Affection have anything else. They are the ately and sincerely, your friend. the closet TflEO, B. Comstook, Half an hour later her daughter, "famous little pills" for torpid liver taken with compunction for her unfilial and all irregularities of the system, New York, April loth 18C9 Stormes Drug Store. conduct, took the trousers, cutting off lm My Dear Mr. and Mrs, Young; 6in., hemmed, and replaced them, The opinion is universal, among My efforts to write some expressions Finally, the sister-in-lafelt the pangs those who are In a position to know, of sympathy for you in this hour of of conscience, and she, too, performed years will witness bitter trial have failed entirely. What an additional surgical operation on the that the next few activity in all branches of can I say? Knowing myself what loss wonderful garment. the live stock industry, We oarnestly means I can feol with all my heart for hope that the Great South will share you, but It cant bring back what hits Till Vale of Tear been takon away. Time alone Is kind Man's life is full of crosses and temp- fully in the prosperity that will ensue. to us in that It softens sorrow, if it There Is a scarcity of good stock in tations. He comes into this world cannot make one bear it with forti without his consent, goes out of it most branchvs of the business, and If tude at first, I cannot see why it good against his will, and his trip between the Southern farmer will select should come to you. It distresses me the two eternities is exceedingly breeding animals and give them half to think It is true, I know no partic the care and attention they secure In rough. The rule of contraries Js one ulars only that it happened. I was of the most important features of the the North he will be able to enjoy the yery fond of John, he was a perfect fruits of "the good time coming." trip. When he is little the girls like little gentleman, he was faithful, hon him. If he raises a large family he Is If you have plies cure them. No orable and full of ability. At the Uncalled a poor man, but if he raises a use undergoing horrible operations iversity we took the greatest pride in small check he is a thief and a fraud. that simply remove the results of the all he did. He was"a universal favorit-Ever- y If he is poor he is a bad manager; if disease without disturbing the disease professor spoke of him in the he is rich he is dishonest; if he is in itself. Place your confidence in highest terms. He never forgot that politics it is for pie; if he is out of polWitch Hazel Salve. It has I praised him and commanded all his itics you can't tell where to place him, never failed to cure others; It will not success, The last letter Mr. Comstock and he's no good to his country; if he fall to cure you. received from John camo after the does an act of charity it's for policy; if telegram was read, He declared his Stormes Drug Store. lm he won't give to charity he's stingy devotion to Mr. Comstock, his faith in and lives only for himself; if he dies At a farmers' Institute in Iowa a y him and begged permission to meet young there is a great fortune ahead read an essay telling how she made him on the road to Mexico, as it would of him; if he lives to a ripo old age he a profit of $300 annually from her flock prove a valuable experience to him 75 hens. In the discussion has missed his calling. Verily, the of about that followed, one man, who said he and he knew he could be of assistance road is rough, hut men have to travel could not spare time from taking care to him at the mine he had betnsentto it.-- Ex. of his corn field one year to build examine. He did not forget me and sent coops for the chickons, admitted that He had that thou ght best In Constipation hebbine affords a the chickens and eggs his wife sold his politewishes. that made every one way brought more money than hs com ful natural, healthful remedy, acting crop. Another woman, who had sold iovehim, I used to talk of John's promptly. A few small doses will $420 worth of poultry to the local poul- good qualities to Mr. Comstock, and tell usually be found to so regulate the ex. try dresser where she lived, said that him he would make a valuable man, cretory functions that they are able to the men could talk poultry when tho my husband agreed with me, and look-e- d ground was frozen five feet deep, but operate without any aid whatever, when spring comes they will forget forward to the time when he could it Price 50 cts. C. C. & J, E. Stormes, all, and think of nothing but "corn advance him and help him, John was and hogs, more corn and more bogs." satisfactory in every way in business .'I once bad money and a friend; and socially mrst companionable, and HAS NATURE WARNED YQUT By both I set great store, ! will be sadly missed by all who wero lent my money to my friend I priBr.buforthtreeadfloircariar ! associated with him, especially Mr. And took his note therefore. m4 ThoVaS Comstock. Some mothers have not so JtOTkmt "I asked my money of my friend, to repay them You brought And naught but words I got, fvnr? Myp.HotlwttfcwfUff up a boy who honored you. Your I lost my money and my friend; For sue him I could not. g.Vn training helped to make him what he can p yor dmnrtt procjr wa and he spoke of you most beauts "If I had money and a friend, As once I had before, fully as a good mother, and 1 coked for ZL SSHxt itSfti j& cStil ward to the time when he roujd relive I'd keep my money and my friend; ww wv you 01 every ouraea, m nrsi huu And play the fool no more." tu aiivcwwi I im tin tartar. be t thoughts were fur hlsjnother, Frtpare jvmfmu for tMwuinww wmnmn can not sav all 1 wish, but 1 do feel Wbea Wealf, Weiry and Watted. nnaa. - pltyNand sorrow for you all and with my vim'UU Mwagnra is lair 'rom iuaney iJiseases, wny not most w love and sympathy. klndlyT youcjrknd, . - Blanchjb II. ; Foley. Kidney .Cure,- a.. guaranteed 3JdaiSr . C, C. & J. S Stormes, medicine. w t's la-b- sons and goes into your blood and then yon are liable to almost any disease tne nnman system Is heir to. Use Dr. Carlsledt's German Liver Found. Powder aad watoh the results. Yon will feel At Storme's drug store, a marvelous the good effects after taking one dose, Gyp i a trial and be convinced. Price 25c, cure for all kidney little I realize at our last parting, that I should meet him no more, now little I realize it now. There is left a void D" :"Q' TABLER'3 BUCKEYE PILE 32 JZP 72 m ess pin 52 J 3K) CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INl'UKNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN, CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; Bottles, 50 Cents. JAMES F. BALLARD. Sole Proprietor, STORMES TRTJO STORE. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS They overcome Weakness, irregularity and omissions, increase vigor and banish "pains of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. M fcbii Street, ST. LWJIS, MO. McRoberts Drug Store. NEW LIVERY. KWSHrs OP PYTHIAS, Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst Allvis-ilin- g I have purchased the Wal of Pythias, meets every Friday ker stable and am prepared night in Odd Fellows hall. to furnish the Vey Best Rigs Knights are fraternally invit ed. Ed Bishop, C. C. S. Haselden. K.R.& S on the shortest notice. J. Special attention given Com TIMETABLES. morcial Travelers. RICE BENGE K. C. Branch. W. CO, Commission Merchants, H. HOSHAL & Sonth'b'nd Mixed, passes Lancaster llri5a.M Korth-b'n- d " Mixed, " 335 r. K Xorin-Vn- d " P&gs'gr W2 a.x 12 29 A .X South b'nd ' Qiieca Js Cresceat Route. FASSXS DAXVILLX. NORTH BOCMD. Cattle,Hogs,Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS, - - - CINCINNATI, O. ottSdt5 S fX&&&$& ti4ui' fS oTpri . information regarding live stock chesr' SOUTH BOUND. fully famished. Consign your stock di11:50 ajn. Number 1 (stops when flaged) rect to us. 'Phone 734Q Number 5 (Dally except 8unday)....ll US a.m. 7:55 p.m . Number 9 (Dally except Sunday) W 8- - BEAZLEY, ' 11:43 p. m.. Number 3 (MidalghttUr) Pxtroted without JllJJJ tn VltalUed Air. Office the New Thompson Building:. Tenth vr Number 10 (Daily except Sunday)....6.-0- a. m 1:43 p.m Number 6 Daily, Stop.......... 3:56 a. m Number 4 (Dally) Flag nuiuoer a (uun i aiupj ........... ......t op. m ifrrBKKk DENTIST pain - Wa?jia?.To Be.l-ven- 44 New York. 13:4fl noon 9:08 44 Notice Is hereby lven that a meetiag of the ....ajWr.M. 44 7:15 a. Lancucer & OIx river Turnnlke Co.. will be .'.'Boston, Throagh sleepers to New York from Lexin held at the Iroa Bridge, on Saturday. May 0, uwy, aiv o'ciock a. xh k aeieci a jsoara 01 toa. John G. Cnuaer Ticket Ageat, J.exlngto to terre the earaelM year. 31 Joan W. ilux, PrM&eat Turnpike Notice. Chesapeake aad Ohio Railway. la Lv. Lexington, dally 1125a x.andS0r.X Ar. Washington, " .... 6:15 " " 3:40 Philadelphia, .... 1025 " 7:K " v