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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 11, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899051101_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 11, 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. mum TENTH YEAR. ' Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky as Second Class ilatter.l NUMBER 6 LOUIS LA.NDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 11, lir99. Repair on TCxchange. The big switchboard at the telephone exchange was taken to Richmond the other day where som? parties have a re gular repair shop fitted up. Tha board was completely overhauled and is now working like greased lightning. The day it was out we had no service and the people were firmly convinced that they can not get along without the convenience. There are about two hundred connections which subscribers get the benefit of, and our people arc now wondering how they ever got along without their telephone. There are a few more "plugs" left on the board, but they will be taken soon. The School Contest. attended the Contest at the Graded School building Friday evening and enjoyed the entertain ment very much. As stated last issmp it was to select representatives to the Graded School Tournament to be held in Somerset the 24th. There were about half a dozen entries and each participant did so well the audience was at a loss to pick the winner. The A large crowd ONE DOLLAJl A YEMl. ChampLonEindsr LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Look out for Bob TTenry. Lovely taffeta silks Bob Henry is coming to sec you. Ginghams at Joseph's. See the Madras and Piques at Jo seph's. J Beautiful Handsome jdress ?oods of a11 Ckampion Draw Cut Mowers.- - Prettiest Hosiery seph's. at Joseph's. in town at Jo- See the large line of Parasols seph's. at Jo 5nds at Joseph's. Remember thetickets Range at Josephs. given on the The City Council will push the sidewalk ordinance. fore you place iviacmnes. Graded School pupils are getting Bob Henry does not come to you as ready for Commencement. a joke. He wants that subscription ITarness cheaper than any I pla;e in Ilighest price in cash or trade for town. W. J. Romans. T. Currdy's. your Eggs, at , i Carpets in the roll. J. A. Bcazley & Co. Will give SI ets dozen for eargs this II. B. NouT'jiboTT. week. v "We are better prepared than ever to J. A. Bcazlcy & Co. sell you carpets. J. B. HASELMH BEAZLEY&MU&HMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Late styles of sash buckles Thompson Fancy Clover 25c up ho Jeweler. Waiitcd. Car Iron and Bonfcs. cott. ' II. B. North- - sold and delivered "Wool. and Timothy Hay anywhere in town by G. S. Gaines , A Royal Time. Now is the time to get a big bargain Quite a number of local Knights of in a Surrey, Buggy, Phaeton or Road Wagon. You can get harness at cost Pythias attended the district meeting when you buy any kind of a vehicle, at Danville Tuesday. The brethren W.J"! itOMANS. are loud in their praise of the elegant manner in which the Danville boys Ills Ad Answered. entertianed them. We received a Mr. Harmond, the colored man who special invitation from brother Harry advertised in for a wife, Giovannoli to attend the banquet, but has learned that advertising pays. He were unable to accept. was. married Tuesday night to Ann Hiatt. Stanford Court. There were about 100 cattle on the Found Sum of money. Owner can get same by describing market Monday, and most of them money, amount in; each piece anu to changed hands. Some good steers tal amount, and .paying for trouble brought as high as &ic, but 5c was the ruling price for them. Heifers were and this notice, Bertram Spratt, about 4c and butcher stuff 3 to 3ic may4-2- t Lancaster, Ky. Plug horses were dull and only a few Lust Votlcc. mules sold. The prices for the latter All Gaded School taxes not paid were $45 to 880. Journal. within next ten relays, levy will be A Paint Lick Entcrprlne. No made and property advertised. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by further notice will be given. Order Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting of Board. It EoW. Harris, Col'r. with ready sale every where. Persons more Building. who have used it say it's a marked J. C. Thompson is having some success and a sure cure for Fistula, indsome improvements made on his Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge dwelling, on Danville avenue. The ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It Is sold on written guarantee, and money re residences of S. C. Denny and II. M. 3 lallou are rapidly hearing completion. funded if not as represented, Tins-Recorap-1- PUS AND UMBRELLAS. You should Opera Chairs Bought. The Opera House Co., has closed a contract with the Andrews Furniture Co., Chicago, for seven hundred handOne large Cloth of Gold Rose and some, opera chairs for the live Marshal Neil Rose foTsale. new building. Those for the lower J. C. Thompson. floor are stained mahogony and the Iltistllugat Stanford. ones for the balcony are of the finest I have second hand Surries, Buggies The Stanford Journal says a Com oak. They are made with felling and Pliaetons at a bargain. seats, hat and cloak racks, and are the mercial Club has been organized in W. JRomaxs. very latest and most improved pattern. that city for the purpose of hustling for the town's interests. Efforts will You are sure to have pretty feet if be made to secure factories and other you l)uy your slippers of Cheap Hash. R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMn enterprising firm has sent a lot industries. The Journal further states of letter heads to Lancaster business the Club offered 5,000 in cash and free Do you wish to d ress correctly ? If BALMING a SPECIALTY. men, which would be mighty nice if water to the L. & N., if the division so, buy your clothing, shoes and hats, it were not for the immense advertise- be placed back at Rowland, but the of R. L. Jennings & Co.. Paint Lick. ment of the firm on them. This is a railroad people would not accept the Carpets, &c. "cheap-hash- " way of advertising their offer. Keep pulling, neighbors, iou'11 For Sale. goods and also makes the user thereof never get anything if you dont hustle A good young cow for sale. For par appear a little close. Anything which for it. By the way, if our Stanford ticulars, call on J. G. Hendrickson, is not worth advertising in the legit- friends will help get the day passenger Lancaster, Ky. it. JOHN T. JOHNSTON W.McC JOnNSTOK, imate and regular way, comes of the trains we are now after, it will be a ood thing for them. It will be bet Untitling Lots. short" order, of course. JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON ter for them than for us, as it will put If you want to buy ahice Buildintr two train crews there and give them A Nice Spread. Lot I can sell you one from J to 4 acres The visiting politicians were given the best railroad facilities in central T. Cukuey. Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, cheap. i handsome dinner at the Hamilton Kentucky. What say ye, Bro. Walton? Tlieitettton tin; Market. LANCASTER, KY. House Tuesday. Among those who ITIuch Oratory. Hoosicr Corn Planters, Brown Cul had the pleasure of sticking their House -- was pretty well tivators, Johnston Roller, Barring Disc shins under the mahogany were Sen- J.E.ROBINSON J.I.IT AMILTOS, JSO.T. AYS, filled Tuesday afternoon by those who Harrows, Deering Binders and Mow itor Goebel, Hon. C. B. Hill, Senator Teachers' K.vumiiiution. ers. G. S. Gaines. Geo. Farris, Capt. J. R. Ryan, Letcher wanted to hear the gifted stumper, Hamilton & EoM Examination for white teachers will H Henry and John Duncan have con Owsley, J. E. Robinson, Squire Dunn Hon. Wm. Goebel, and the other can Lout Gold Seal, be held, in my oilice, May 1 and 20. solidated their shops and are now in and town. There were many several others. The dinner was didates in Republicans and a good sprinkle of Atto neys and Counselors at Law Or watch charm, near Fork Church The examination for colored teachers the old stand over Powell's store, cor- pronounced elegant in every way. Liberal reward for return to Richar will be held at same place, May 2( and ner Public Square gold Democrats on hand. It was one and Lexington LANCASTER, KY. Ryan at Hamilton House. ma-427. Elisa J. Lusic. Sup't. street. Polite attention, sharp razors, of the most orderly crowds we ever Our Collector. saw at a political gathering and each clean towels and many years experience Mr. R. E. Henry has been emolovcd lit them to do the best of work. tf. as solicitor and collector for TnE Rec speaker was given marked attention. Mr. Goebal is a good speaker and ord. He will ask everyone indebted to knows how to present a point in a Premiums. paper to fork out the cash, and clear way. He dwelt at length on the The noward Tailoring Co., of Chi the stop until has either gotten cago, is giving a pure fur felt hat with will not election law which bears his name, each suit sold during May. They are the money or learns the reason why. praised the McChord bill, devoted We do not employ a collector for the much time to the silver cause, touch "A 1" hats and the latest styles. No change in prices. Fits guaranteed fun of the thing, but because we need ed up the Republican administration, money due us, and need it badlv. eulogized Give us a trial order, as many are do the Wm. J. Bryan, espoused the Please take due notice and govern M. D. Hughes, agent. ing. Chinn school book bill and paid his yourself accordingly. respects to P. Wat Hardin. Mr. Goe Destroy Ing the Fifth. bel is full of humor and at many times Handsome Endorsement. It is reported that seining and dy The patrons of the Graded School. caused great laughter, especially when namiting is being carried on with a ridiculing his oponent, Mr. Hardin. high hand in Dix river and in Hang and many others who send no pupils The latter seemed to be his chief tar there, showed their appreciation of ing Fork. There is a good reward for get, as he never referred to Mr. Stone, arrest and conviction of parties doing the faithful work of Messrs. B. F. the other candidate. this, and fishermen should take some Hudson and Lewis Y. Leavell by giv A't the conclusion of Mr. Gocbel's steps to prevent the total destruction ing them the largest vote ever polled in a similar election. Notwithstand talk, senator Hays, of Jefferson county of the fish. ing the fact that there were no oppos told the crowd of his candidacy for Little Coonn. ing names on the poll books, the peop lieutenant governor, and he was Three or four dozen little negroes le left their business and went to the lowed by Judge C. B. Hill, of Lee loaf about the streets every night, building to vote. Had it not been Sat county, who wants the nomination block the side walks and make them urday a great many more would hav for secretary of state. The speeches selves a nuisance in many ways. Mar gone, but as it was they could not served to stir the boys up and those shal Walker gathered in a covey of leave their stores. who have nothing else to do have been them Saturday night and we hope it given something to talk about. will have a tendency to make the lit Glorious News. tle rascals be more particular in the We learn, from several sources, that Commercial Club. future. Dr. J. B. Owsley, of Stanford, has The regular meetingof the Commer bought the interest of his partner, cial Club held Tuesday night was well Colored Odd Fellow.. L. & N. Mr. Griffin, The colored Odd Fellows turned out Mr. Shanks, in the lots adjoining the attended. freight agent, the present. was Sunday afternoon to hear their annu National Bank and will shortly begin traveling He was asked why it was that ship erection of handsome al sermon, which was delivered in the the business houses thereon. We know pers claimed to get better rates from Methodist church. This lodge is com Capt. Ryan, the architect, of Danville to Cincinnati than from this posed of the very best colored men in that point. He said if there were any dif$2,500 the county, and their careful guard at fered Dr. Owsley We for the lots and ferences he was not aware of them, the hear its Dr. Ows the ballot box has made them one of it was refused. two roads had precisely the same ley's to put up the best lodges Jn the state. They and intention buildings substantial published rates. He said he had heard with big fi e own a fine building and have as hand- walls between each room. This is these charges, but could never get a ome regalia as any white lodge. " glorious news and we sincerely hope shipper to furnish him with figures whereby the L. & N. could take ac every word of it is true. Good for George. Handling Hats and Headgear Generally in great Quantities tion. The road could not act on ru Senator George T. Farris tells TnE Noted Lecturer Coming. shipper having furnished as we do, we have estsblished relations direct with the Manufac-tuerRecokd he secured a big contract for Mrs. Susan S. Fessenden, of Boston, mor, and noproor, tne direct oi course no acweek at Frankfort. Mr. shoes last Mass., will speak at the Christian! Thus Saving for the patrons of our house the average 25 Farris represents Conn, Martin, &Co., church next Sunday afternoon, and tion could he taken. The question of hauling coal to Louisville for about wholesale dealers, of Louisville. He again at night. The afternoon lect- half the rate to Lancaster was brought per cent profit of the Jobbers from whom alone the ordinary rewas present at the letting of contracts ure 'will be mainly to the children, of up, and Mr. Walker, the road's attor for shoes at the state Penitentiary the Loyal Temperance Legion,, but tailer must buy his goods. Our $1.00 Hat is a world beater. We . ney, said they were obliged to take and was the successful bidyo.ung will te interested and coal to Louisville on the very smallest on supplying footwear for 2,000 old and der have all the latest Styles, Shapes in Stiff Hats, Soft Hats Straw inyitetTto attend. Songs, appro- margin on account of the Pittsburg men and 60 women convicts for the are priate to the occasion, will be render- coal being broughthere by river. He next six months. This is a long ed by Hats and Crash Hats, and will save; you 25 per cent on evey Hat children, and everything feither for the clever Senator's cup possible the to make both entertain- said that if any shipper would present done the L. & N. with a receipt showing and. we glory in his success. you buy of us. Come and see for yourself. A special line of Boy's ments enjoyable and instructive. x that their road had charged more than J The Sidewalk Ordinance. Mrs. Fessenden comes t o us under any other, on any commodity, the and Childi ens plothing at prices that stump all competition. A The City Council has servod notice the auspices of the W. G. T. U. For wrong would certainly be rightod and on many parties to construct side many years she served as the State that quickly. The chair tUen.appoint-ed'- a Base Ball Cap and Belt; given free with each Suit from $2.50 up- walks, in front of their premises, and President of that organization la Masa committee to. ascertain,? ifjJos The Recoed v1s requested to say the sachusetts, but withdrew to enter the sible,.any cases Vfhere Lancaiierihip? ordinance will be strictly enforced, field as a National Lecturer. She pers weraaa disad vantage; .SfrGrlfV: The matter has been held up on ac- comes to as highly recommended as a lemalning over to learn of such count of the bad weather but we'are platform speaker, and a lady of rare cases. They-wil- l preparea statement, informed that in cases where owners ability and culture, and we bespeak; showing discrindpations(clainaed and refuse to comply with the law, the for her a good audience, and for those Mr. Griffin will present the matter to pavements will be laid and the prop who hear her a most delightful occa- the L. ft !!, management at once, for erty .owner made to pay for it, sion. Admission free, to all. Wanted 10,000. founds of Ilighest market price II.NB. Nortncott. Furniture, Lancas' er, Ky. Will Build. Bring in your old vehicle and have H. A. B. Marksbury has made ar new. "Wont costyou much. rangements to erect a large grain and W. J. Romans. hemp warehouse on his lot near L. & trnoL-Tt. will'" Tin r.ft v lOft fnnt We will pay 10 cents per dozen for Eggs in goods. R. L. Jennings & Co., three stories and tclbe completed July Paint Lick. j- ist. The flowers of Spring put to shame Want to Close at 7:30. the old dusty carpets. Buy a new one The clerks are preparing to make an of R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. sffort to have the stores close at 7:30 in the evening. They work from 6 a. Don't b r e a k up Break up the old furniture and buy m., and it is not right to ask for more new of R. L. Jennings & Co., Paini than twelve hours,' unless additional pay is given. Lick. Damaging llulc. For Kent. A severe hail storm struck I have about (!T acres of good Clover arts of the county Mondav. several Great to rent cheap. amage was done, especially to garden WM. II. KlNNAIItD. 3t truck. The storm swung around Lan wish to rent out the property be- caster, missing it on three sides from I three to six miles out. n longing to Mrs. Susan Fisher, on street. Possession given imIlonor Tor the Judge. mediately. J. W. Sweeney. Gov. Bradley has appointed Judge R. A. Bumside as a delegate to the Take your old Buggy, Phaeton, Road Wagon and Surrey to W. J. Romans National Fish Commissioner's meet ing at Niagara Falls, June 28 and 2D. and have them made new. We are turning out the best work ever done The Judge says he would like to take Dave Ross with him and make a in Lancaster. .. W. J. Romans. drag" under tlfeFalls. it made NT c judges however soon announced Master Green Clay Walker and pretty Miss Edna Mason as entittled to the hon ors. Tnese win represent tne Lancas ter school and we feel safe they .will fare equally as well in the final contest. During the evening some sweet music was rendered by pupils of the school. house-keepin- Lex-ngto- he-Courtr ask to see our line of Parasols and. Umbrellas. New line at the right prices. js, m, 1 tf V1?G J We have theSwellest Line of Negligee Shirts you ever saw or ev er will see at SOcts, $1. and $1.50, made in Every Style, at tached and detached collars and cuffs. Ev ry color, shade and pattern that is up to date. Nice line of White and Colored Puff Bosom Silk Shirts at $1.50. We are the peope to interview if your Need Shirts. CARPETS. We have fl just two-stor- te received another shipment of Carpets & Mattings. On of low pri ac-cou- nt s. ces, they are selling fast. last-wee- LOGAN 'i mm & Rolrinson - MYMMS zvj;. ... wmmx See our Paine's Celery WAS BORN If FRANKFORT. The TBS KENTUCKY DERBY. Touted Xanuol Won u tie Plenaed Twenty - Five Ihoanaad People WItnccscd the Kuco. flinch. Capt. Joseph H. Corilan, Aboot whom yhere TVaa fc.o Mucfi Talk jKccently, Is a Jicntm klnn. Ivy., Way lit. Capt. The explosive force of dynamite is Joseph IJuIlock Coplvlarv of tiie Raleigh, who has been so mucn in the public about eight Jimes that of gunpowder. eye for the past two weeks was born ITorses have small stomacs, so should .Damp stables cause rheumatism. 5 jj R. KINNAIRD, a& No More Shakes, 5 Beautiful Line OF wF JRY Fkankfoht, j CENTRAL RKCORD (JllftPll, P!itt!no. and were members of his con when cremation, their Natrona, 5 ton was born hp was christened liartloru, 7 THE GUMKTEED CURE. The elder Cophlan Joseph liullock. !Di leware, T A Don't Tak a was clerk and manager of the old Weise-gc- r Milwaukee, T House, which flourished here for Worthless SubsiHuia. T many years prior to the building of the Connetieut, ? Insist on YUCMTAH. PlUCP. SflC. 1 Capital Hotel, in 1852. He removed to Continental, Illinois when Capt. Coghlan was still a Glens Falls, a nmnll firV nf nriimpfic Is h. trnnrl toddler, and it was from that state German American, LOAV rriCeS thing to have on a farm. Hawks and young Joe received the appointment t spring medicine. Best BSSt OUalllV. tie Hail lleaion to Ran. Phenix of Brooklyn, Annapolis. It makes the weak strong The man came out of an office buildNew York Underwriters, prowrers it. We sell and recommend ing on the run and started down the and the presence of night HIS ABSENCE ACCOUNTED FOR. Liverpool & London & Globe. street. will bo revealed by their alarm Here! Here!" cried the policeman Hilling Planter's Head Found In a North British & Merehautile pacing d The champion ? on the corner. "Whut's your hurry Spring Probably FeU In the Water colt "Who is It," 2:12, was sola oy "There's a man back there trying to WbUe Drinking. A. G. Garnett to Sam Gamble, of San sell me a book on 28 weekly install Aetna ;LlfeIiis. Co. of Hartforfl,Conn no is uyuir ments of $2.33 each!" cried the victim. Hopkixsvillk, Ky., May 6. Monroe they are not bothering their hp,id! Lbrancisco, ioro,uw. Happy Medium The policeman instantly released his wood Wilkes, dam by Cannon, a prominent North Christian over his attacks. hold. BVBBY WXBX BT reported that horses costing $50 planter, aged 60 years, left his home It is Run!" he cried. "Run like o white near Crofton afoot last Monday to I,OVia LAKDRA3T, Publisher. As nxs been predicted, the report of to $75 per head in Chicago are being head! Maybe you can get away from visit relatives several miles away, NOTARY PUBLIC, KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. him yet." Chicago Post. the Court of Inquiry upon Gen. Miles' shipped to kansas. for farm use. and, nothiutf furthen boine heard beef charges is a complete whitewash. "What is the matter with Kansas?" BRYANTSVT LXE, KENTUCKY A n Aasared Fact. .tuoo The beef packer are held guiltless of She had better grow mor'e grass and from him, a search fpr him was insti OHB YBAB, III ASYA1CCB. Crowd, . .50 Mr. Mover Ouch! Wow! BInnkety " tuted, The body was found Thursday hub Six Mokthb. . .25 any fault. Canned roast beef is con- - less com and miw more horses, " Thbbb " Lani Snrrejor ani Apit for afternoon at ft spring two miles from AWARDED $50,000 DAMAGES. blank the blankety blank demnea as unni ror an army rauon. tQ p mmn, of hi homei h3 head bonew the Wftte Oeorge Dinning, Colored, Get Jndgraont Mrs. Mover (indignantly) My fa R Q Fq ther never swore in my presence in his AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO muiiNary utuna faTHURSDAY, May - IF, - 1899. ana iormer Gambetta apd his hapda ip moh a position as in Apilnit Whitecappern of Logan and life. Wilkes mare for $200, and a harness dioatod that he fell forward while Simpson Couutlea for Tbat Amount. Mr. Mover (as indignant) Then your sal error" in buying it. Maj. General gelding for $140. He also sold to Wm. drinking from the spring, and being father never burned his hand on a red- A close friend of Hon. John W. Miles is censured for not presenting Louisville, Ky., May 7. Geo. Din hot iron in your presence in his life. harness gelding old and feeble, utrangiea to death, ue Agnew a FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE Yerkes, of Danville, says the latter formally, and at an earlier day, his ob fnrft-XkAr1vfw..it,fi. had evidently been dead some time ning, colored, was awarded 50,000 Judge. not be a candidate for the Repub- jections to "embalmed beef," and ins will yn. T .vinrftin when found. damages by a jury of white men in the mu f IM Mild Form. lican nomination for Governor. His evidence is declared lnsutflcjenk to jus- United States court Friday afternoon. SPKBGPIELD Gwilllams Look at this overcoat. Fair propose to have a show ring to THE FIGHT. A GIRL CAUSED Hon MllAS rP.fllSfitl private Interests are such, it is said, f lftr ltu ar-The defendants, farmers pf Logan TInd it only fivt weeks, nnd part of the deotfQ Vftlcn of cattle- - Angus ITKE AND MARINE that he cannot become a candidate. to say anything about the report when and Simpson couutiea, The award is lining of the right sleeve gone already! mwu jiwhi- - 4? best. jjpalpjjr pauied Two Prominent Mcq tfl ocL-If l,o wnnlH lpt.tliA triMitPr dmn. nerciuru INSURANCE COMPANY. the full amount sued for. Dinning Sfliut Well, you can darn it, can't flf Engage n hotlq atattsb-Q- np Large prizes will bo offered, and the papers report Gov. Bradley as Tite Conn, who, killed Jodie with you? the Participants Wonndod. show will be of national importance to nec being ill. and that it Mrs. OwilliamR Tie docs wo.re than tbe defendants, against whom judgLexivoton and Louisville have EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO Ky.t May 10. Jealousy ment was rendered, visited his homo that every time he puts U on. Chicago essary for him to take another lay-oawakened from their slumber and cattle breeders. ' Found. OP NEW YORK. caused a shooting affray here Tuesday at midnight in January, 1S97, to drive Tribune. to recuperate. He ought to come hustle like other cities for big conven At Storme's drug store, a marvelous evening between Hon. Jerre Jarnigan him therefrom. His home was after back to. Garrard, breathe her pure air tions and meetings which do them a Venom. Robinson & Hamilton Agts and fill his tank with jowl and greens, world of good in the way of advertis cure for all kidney complaints, nervous and Lieut. John J. Colcran. in whioh ward burned and bis family, including Mabel Are you going to return the If he will do this we will wager a e iner. For a lone time Cincinnati was exhaustion and female weakness. It the former was wounded. Several his wife and ten children, were driven poor fellow s ring? Office ovei Foat Oflee. shots were fired and the affair has away from home. Florence (who has just broken aer that he will soon feel like a two-- the onlv citv in this nart of the coun- - is Foley's Kldnoy Cure- :: : Kkntucxv Lancaster, engagement) I havenH decided. I paused considerable excitement b9- C. C. & J. E. Stormes year-oltry that hustled for such things, but fhf Belmont'-- Mpvementa. suppose he'll propose to you now, nnd I pf tbp prprnlnerice pf the Lexington, Ky., May 9. Mr. and thought IM just hnnd over to you to now has live rivals in Kentucky's Success or failure in the poultry busi pa)lQ You Are Going North, she it healer has leading cities. Louisville, especially, ness depends on the attention given cipals. Jarnigan is, a nephew pf e$- - Mrs. Perry Belmont were preparing A New Yobk faith-cur- e Philadelphia North been ordered arrested because she has secured meetings recently which it. The breeflgr who looks after the 0ov. Bob Taylor, gf Tennessee, and Monday morning tq seek the quiet of save bother. You Are Going South, American. couldn't cure a little girl with a gan- will bring her name into prominence detail of the work giving it personal ppal oil inspector for the state of Ten the. country, taking-- up temporary rest The Coildeai of Libert)-- . grened foot. It would be much better all over the nation. Our eltjes are attention will succeed, while careless nessee. Cplgan was a lieutenagt in (leficg a$ ".Beaumont,'1 whero Bel You Are Going Mr, in creation don't you (he 3d Kentucky volunteer. A girl to take up these cranks under the va just as good, and we think better than ness and inattention leads to failure, (nont's horses are quartered. Their go to bed paused ho fight go any grant law. The number of people baggage was sent put Monday, They You Are Going West: on the map, and the fact that tney Mrs. Wcarl I must wait up for the Mr e. B. Soarks, of Nicbolasville, ing about the country working such are taking steps to be better known is J.paUylUe Death. drP?e put Monday afternoon to "La girl, D0Ugnt on Monday 30,000 ltfl- qf hemp fakes is astonishing. pvaettaac vtearra wa tm Iopigyil.i.E, Jty JtfaylO. The t pf BeHo." Where Whitpey's stock ta lo-"Why don t yon lock her out? gratifying to all true Kentuckians. from Ed Kinkead and John Richard pagualties pablqd frotu Manila. Monday "I'm afraid she'd Btay out." N. Y. son, for which he paid $5.60 per 112 Weekly. gives the name of William Higgins, of Club is this Got, Bradley's Health Little Improved. The Louisville Base-balbs. This is the highest price at which, Tbat Throbbing Headnche. this city, who was accidentally drown year beginning earlier than usual to Fbaskport, Ky., May a Gov. Brad or Prettr Strong; KTldcncc. Would quickly Jeaye you, If you used Kentucky hemp has sold for six ed April 2S. The deceased was a son ley has been but little improved in of the secure its hold on the tail-en- d 'What do you think she married, him seven years. Liexington uazett-eof Mr. William Iliggins, editor of the health by his recent stay at Mount for? For his mony?" procession. For the past few years Dr. King's New Life IfjJ.ls. Thous He enlisted Clemens, Mich., and he is said to be the club has started in with "glorious ands of sufferers have proved their Fifty walnut trees in Cass county, Louisville 'lie was the man who, cast the dccld frau' prospects" but, about the time the metchless merit for Sick and Nervous Mich-- , were recently sold for $10,000. in New York, ana was a corporal in the contemplating another trip away from ing vote In fa.vor of that Lawisviux a Nastmuc R. R. Chicago Dolly the state capital in search of health. vhise, wasn't he?" people begin to take hope for them Headaches. They make pure blood These trees have new been felled and 9th infantry. He will leave erly in, he opniing eek Jfews, and strong nerves and build up your wm t,e shipped to English, buyers. The they begin their greased slide toward aaaA Republican Leader Dead. sccua tO be absent the bottom. They ought to give the health. Easy to take. Try tnem. largest tree was seven feet in diame-Onl- y More Than Kind. LAWRJMitBPW. Ky May tQ,Mar- - t9T Warn SprifigSi 25 cents. Money back if not ter at its base, and will yield lumber tin V. Roark died here Monday morn- several weeks, The Maximum Qulpps Ts that fellow that lent you people at least a month's good playing Safety, cured. Sold by R. E. McRobertsDrug- - worth from $700 to $1,000, the hundred dollars a relative of yours? Died of Dreaded DUeaie. during the season, or shut up shop. ing in his 58th year, after suffering rhinos Not exactly. His sister mar The Maximum 818C' iva I Pneumonia, la eriDDe. couchs, colds several months with a cancer in his Eljzabethtown, Ky., May 6. Relia Speed, ried my brother. croup ai)d whooping cough readily throat. Mr. Roark was the leader for ble news reached here stating that two Adhikal. Dewey has at last been Wasted. Quipps Ah, T see. A. lHt!a es than The Maximum party in this county, Negro men, who had been working in Comfort, ordered home and his responsible poA mlr nf snsnende for the breeches yield to One Miauls Cpugh Cure. Use the republican kin but more than, Wnd Town Topics. and had held several positions of trust gravel pit for the L C railway. sition will be taken by Rear Admiral Of Dromises. I lnls reraeuy 1,1 Lllue uuuaaycuuuuiAJi a Appropriate. The Minimum and importance. He was a veteran of reached Vineprove Tuesdav. One of Rates. Dewey has Watson, a Kentuckian. A Vv.rhor t,n rIi.iva tho fncA nf the DUl Or uie unueruiner o. Briggs Von Kernel has been very the civjl wap. them died gerebro spinal meningitis. more brains than anyone connected earth. m formes Drug Store. apa the other one has broken out with successful in corn lately, hasn't he? with our late war and the people owe A musquito-ba- r Bradley WU1 pp In top Fight. Rates, Time aad all ether SaJbraatioa wfll for the cradle of Griggs I believe so. Why? There were five entries to the twen him a debt of gratitude for the mag' the deep. Fbaxkfokt, Ky., May 8. Gov. Brad a severe case of smallpox. "His wife told me be had presented; be cheerfully furnished by KentuckyDerby run at Church " n fluent mannerin which he has ban A Twenty Years' Franchise Granted. C. P. ATMORC. . p. a,, her with a pair of cobs " Brooklyn. A dentist to work on the jaws of ill Downs, last Thursday Manuel, ley has sent out three or four hundred died the nation's affairs There is no death. letters to friends in Kcntuckv urging Benton, Ky., May 7. The city coun Life. Or by Locisvxus. KS. Corsine, Maz-o- , His Lordship and Fon- - them not to commit themselves yet in telling what complications would have Sea horses to feed from the troughs tainebleu. The horses fij?shed in the cil has granted a 20 years' franchise to ORGANIZED 188S. the race for the republican nomina W. Mike Oliver for the city lighting arisen with other countries represent of the sea. order named. Manuel, the winner, is tion for gpvprpor. He said that some ed in Manila Bay had it not been for and furnishing pf water on condition of a son of Bob Miles, out of Espanita. A few seeds from the flower PITIZEMS NATIONAL BANK, of the republipap Readers opppsod him that h,e maintain pne 50:candle power-Dewey's big brain and fearless man speech. The distance was li miles. Time in everything he id, and h,e intended gas ner. light p tne wes siae pi VI 0FLA10ABTES.1T. A pen that will write with inky 2:12. square. to be in the fight this summer. darkness. Lexington expects to have a big fair A banquet to cost $100 a plate will !7ired WaH. strwf BUwy soiiL A pair of corsets for the waist of this coming fall. The new promoters be given Admiral Dewey on his arri Lexjnotqn, Ky., May 9. The Lex Capital, AsnLAND, Ky., May 9. A cylinder $50,000 time. scheme are the members of the head weighing two tons blew out of ington electric street railway has been of the val in New York. He is expected to gives nature the mild assistance city, whose mem Surplus Fund 10,000 Elks Lodge of that When Wak, Weary and Wasted, start home in a week or two. If the needed for the regulation of tbe the large engine at the rod mill, mak sold to a Richmond (Va) syndicate, the menses. It is of wonderful aid to Admiral had any say in the matter, he From Kidney Diseases, why not try bership includes many of her best bu ing a report that was heard for miles. transfer to be made May 15. This is the girl Just entering womanhood, would register a protest against this. Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed siness men. The dates for the fair It passed through tbe wall of tbe en valuable property, and its lines maybe BVBIXaWS SOUGIIID. to the wife, and to the woman have not yet been selected, but it will gine room and landed 200 feet from extended to several of the neighbor C. C. & J. E Stormes. Like all men of genuine greatness, he medicine. going through the tyrn larafal wd Prompt At temtlaa GaaraBt4 be held some time in August and con where It started. Fortunately no one ing towns by the capitalists securing of life, women whg u.ffer ffw detests pomp and parade and is unas y bearing' A .Kansas printer was making up tinue four or five days. any uqnatura.1 drain. it. suming in his manners and retired at was hurt, I. K. HiasiHBOTHAii Pretldea 0 down paint in tbe lower abdomen, j,0nUvUlp Want the Net Reunion. all times. It is the that forms one day in a hurry and got a Draft horses are in eager demand Bred to Ornament. falling or displacement of tbe jvii Y. Lxxtsix. marriage notice and grocer's ad. so wants to be paraded before the people Louisville, Ky., May 9. Delegates womb, can quickly cure their troub Lexington, Ky., May 10. The raoe again. They seem to be taken in con Casalei I. T. Hnosos les at nome. completely an ay rrom and "lorded" around: and Admiral mixed up that it read as follows: John siderable numbers for export to Ger mare Sunny Slope, recently purchased from Louisville and Kentuoky left V. O. KiaifBT Aisltant Cahi Smith and Ida Quay were united in the eyes of a physician. A few Dewey is not one of this kind. Monday for Charleston, S. C, to attend to Orna Dunn, will , BookkeepM :.D. Walkxb doses taken each month will reguthe holy Sauerkraut by the quart or many. A London buyer for the En by Jere Sunny Slope be bred at Beau the United Confederate Veteran's reis now late the menses perfectly. glish market bought coach horses at ment. n barrel. Mr. Smith is a to have Large tattles asUsy arafzists for $ I . The inimitable Sam Jones lias tl:e Codfish at 10 cents per pound, while Indianapolis a few weeks ago at prices mont farm. F. H. Daniels, of Wooster, union, and to make an effort DIRICTOSS: Tht BradSeld BcfnlaUrCMpaoy, Atlaia.Ga. T. Louisville selected as the next meeting Mass., .has purchased of John devil suspended by the tail in Louisthe bride, Miss Quay, has some Nice ranging from $200 to $550. Common Hughes, a pair of bay mares for 83,000. place. shooting hot stuff into the Pigs ville and is .X.HiaaiMBOTHAX, Lbwm T. Lbatbu, Feet which will be sold cheaper horses for service on farms can be people. Mr. Jones is a very bright than" any store T.3C.ABHOLB, bought atvery low prices. '.B.JOBXSON, Got. Eradlay'a Vacation. in town. at man, but one of these fine days his se I.C.AK50LD, JB. B.r.HoDaoa. It makes no difference how bad the Fbakxfobt. Ky., May 10. Gov. Brad vere criticisms will strike a snag. UUC.QlBM, J. J. Walks Weak Eyea Are 9Kade Strong. wound if you use De Witt's "Witch ley left Monday morning for a vaca man may say mean things about peo did vision made clear, styes removed Jacob T. SoaixaoK. Hazel Salve: it will quickly heal and tion of three weeks. His exact destin ple for a long time and be allowed to and granulated lids or sore eyes of any ation was npt disclosed, hut it is be leave no scar. go his way, but sooner or later lieved to be Warm Springs, & CL, or kind speedily and effectually cured by im Stormes Drug Store. IJpt Springs, Ark. barks his shins over the wrong man, the use of Sutherland's Eaglt Eye The farmer who feeds his stock at Mr. Jones has devoted much of his salve. Its put up in tubes, and so on Sara Weaiea Bobbed Hlaa. lime in ixmisvme to aouhing me news- - a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store. regular hours, and just what the an Lexington, Ky May ?. L. 8, Bart-lett- , imal will eat up clean, will get more but so far as we nave observed 1m pa..ri, a lp? man' frpm Booneville, was pounds to the bushel than the careless Lexington wtb 9980 on his pepPpn feeder who uses no system. Work in and caused the arrest of two women, animals are generally fedreglarly, per charging them with robbing him of a force of circumstances, but other stock, portion of his money. hogs especially, are apt to be fed by )ur Fiae Bed Durham Bill many farmers somewhat irregulary Peataof aaEpUlptlp. Will make the present season on WnrcHMTgH, Ky May when the farmer takes a notion to go our farm, 24 miles from Lancaster Jones was found dead, near town, witl) CAN SELL TOTJ to tbe bog pen. on new Danville, pike, and will his head partially submerged in a ahalr U 'wla tbe Quetn 41 Crttof Sam Jones says, "The only kind of a low stream, where he had eyidently Rout serve cows at $1.00. Money due farmer I sit down to listen to is a man fal)en and drowned during' an attach pafnts, to th at time of service, who grows forty bushels of wheat to Qf epilepsy, tp whicb he was subject AM and ED BOURNE. im an acre. A farmer Is a man who lives S. Convention AUVPd MpaaaBlagra Arrpated, on a farm. An agriculturist Is a man Atlanta Ga., April 20-2- 9. CoMJMBU, Ky May 0, Peputy who lives in town and works at law or Sprlit 1899 United States Marshal Vage arreatad something else and spends all the mon TREES, PLANTS, VINES. ey he makes in keeping up his farm. John Lane and Taylor Bash near Mill Confederate Veterans9 Reunion charged I never listen to an agriculturist, but town, were takenwith illicit distilling. Charleston, S. C, May 10-1- 3. to Covington for trial They Fruit and ornamental Trees, I am glad to listen to a farmer bec'use on Monday. he has done something." Shrubs, small fruits and every Convention Drowned WbU la Fit. Oats and peas can be ensilaged suc thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar Louisville, Ky., May 11-1-8. Winchkstkb, Ky., May 9. Bedford cessfully, and the same should be true Jones was found dead near town Sun den. We employ no agents but of clover. It is probable that crops day afternoon, with his head partially Chickamauga sell direct at reasonable prices. rich in protein are more difficult to hit submerged in a shallow stream, where EDUCATION right than corn. If too green, or tor be had evidently fallen and drowned Dedication Kentucky Strawberry and Tree Catalogues abilately neceuary to the yoanc wet, or too dry, says Bural New Ii York daring an attack of epilepsy. May 3. BB.B or young woman who wotild wis on application to probably more JUee Mmnm KUlcd'By Ug Mate accsM in life. This being conceded er, tbe proUlo crop is or mold H. F. HILLENMEYER, t la of Srit Importance to get your tralateg at tbe school that strand in the very front nak- - susceptible to rot corn crop.than the MnxDAUt, Ky., May . During tha Biblical Assembly more carbonaceous J would rfKtrioal storm early Thursday aaofa-tW- P THS BRYANT & STMATTON BUSINESS ' COLLEGE phone 279 Lexiagton, Ky. be careful to cut it just at full bloom Charlotte, N. C, June 90-2thoroughbred, Crusader and LOUISVILLE, KY. with no dew or water on it If the VoUetU, tk property of a turfaaaa Rtm axaarieneed twrtiwi. ach one a aaaelaliac in hit line wagon could not keep up' with the Btjaad Davis, of WinehaaUr, tkatwer ' Graduate of taU college preferred hr hmineat ban tea. Write for hook giving eeumeniM iron, grmiiw oecnpj mowing- machine the clover should be pasturing- o SHORTHAND. Wiastom's farsa, 'naur poatUoBa all ever the Caste 1 tHetee it will be litest hart, were Idllad by TIXRGRAPMY. JUCJC j thrown Into beapg before wilting. Compound Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS iu Frankfort. Ilis parents lived here , not be fed too much at a time. bask in the forties, when Rev. Joseph bought 20 yearling IJnllock, of Lexington, was pastor .of T. Cole pulley $21. per the Frankfort Presbyterian church, steers at Stanford court for I Strength. head. W. J. Loughridge, of Lexington, iast ur.nb Hnncriit. n.(uv) nounds of hemo from F. K. Hurst at $o.l5. Better prices are to be paid farmers by canneries for their vegetables this year. With a favorable growing sea son canning crops will be profitable. R.E. M" ROBERTS. three-year-ol- Lovisvii.i.e, May 6. 7'he east tri-- ( uraphed Thursday, for the tcarlet colors of 'A. II. and D, U. Morris were first under the wire in the twenty-fift- h Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs Thursday afternoon and 2.",000 people cheered the eon of Bob Miles when Taral rode into the and saluted. It could not be called a preat race for the much touted Manuel won as he pleased, withoutan application of whip or spar or even a shaking up. It was an ideal day for the big event and all Kentucky seemed to have turned out to do honor to the occasion and incidentally back their own judgment, for it was. u packed muss of humanity, not Only during the Derby, but from the call of the first race to tho close. Long before the noon hour people started for Churchill Downs in smart traps and traps of the antiquated kind, and when the fourth race, the Kentucky Derby, to which so many thousands having been looking forward with an Interest thoroughly characteristic of the Kentuckian, was called, every place of vantage in stand aP.ft papdack had a human occupant. The betting ring was a surging mass and a down on a football field was mild compared to the elbowing of tha -. semi-circ- Yucatan I .Tasteless Chill Tonic 2 ReBresBntino; INSURANCE. f ollowina: Companies: Aetna, 2 I j. x. DUNN t m ,l e ff Middi-esdok- hoe-cak- d. pf: If If Wonr--Yb- y If East "? - ll V-- .t of of of of BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR jack-snapp- well-know- 2 LILLARD & STOUT, DANVILLE, KY. Paint Wall Tintings Low Rates tow at International 5. Cheaparthan any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced. Southern Baptist A BUSINESS Monument 9. BOOK-KEEPIN- - - Ugtig. Bring The Reoord Your Job Work. 4 SUMMER MILLINERY. supply with anything in our line at the most reasonable prices. A NEW LOT OF SAILORS .WILL BE PLACED ON SALE SATURDAY. Phone 85. Mr. Outei'tbivue An immense line of the LATEST things in Summer Millinery just The Social and Industrial Club met new ccok is a star!" Outertowne received at with Miss Lillic Dale Grant Wednes- (fervently) "If she only proves a day and disbanded until next Fall, lixeil one!" Brooklyn Life. "So Alice has decided finally to marry TV when th Club will be reorganized. X rJ? JB X g . an officer V" "Yes; the captured him in what she positively dcclaies to be her Colored Suldlcr, Attention! If you want the Newest, Prettiest Goods and The colored Regiments of the Regu- last engagement." Answers. ,. Styles give us a call and we can but you "Oh, Henry! our More Local. Eurjonous. rtiw Stenlti.'rty JjJs arm to!e around her tvaiet. She gavii no sign of displeasure. He murmured kamothing in her dainty uivntx. O .E la S lar Army are filling up very fast, and able-bodie- there are only a few vacancies left. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY May II, 1899- fpEffsormiTj Senator George Farris is at home for a few days. Bob McKee, a Danville lawyer, was in town Sunday. Col. J. W. Miller attended court at Stanford Monday. Mrs. R. H. Batson has been very ill, but is some better. R. L. Jennings, of Paint Lick, spent Sunday in this city. Miss Annie Loyd Herring is visiting relatives in Louisville. Mr. Theo. Currey is again at the store, after a few days' illness. Squire W. IT. Kinnaird made a bus iness trip to Stanford Monday. Mr. Jesse W. Sweeney is in Adair county looking after his farm. Mr. J. L. Woner and family visited his sister, Mrs. Joe Rogers, Sunday. Lieut. Kennedy was here a few days with his friend, Jno. M. Farra. Mrs. J. E. Howe, of Jessamine, is the guest of Mrs. McClelland Johnston. Lieut. John Farra entertained the following young ladies at a picnic FriMiss Nettie Ray, of Stanford, is the day: Misses Elisa Lusk, N ell Marrs, handsome guest of Mrs. W. S. Beaz-leAltie Marksbury, Fannie ColIi6r, Bessie and Jennie Burnside. Col. W. S. Fergurson is here this Mr. Richard Dobyns, of Knoxville, week from Covington. His cow story came Saturday to see his father, Capis rich. tain Dobyns. Dick is the same jolly, Dr. Savage, of Danville filled thepul wholesouled fellow. The Captain conpit at the Methodist church Sunday tinues very ill. Advocate. morning. Mr. Mclntyre, city editor of the Mrs. Elizabeth Denny is visiting her narrodsbury Democrat, was in town neicc, Mrs. John Boland, at Point Monday, putting in telling licks for Burnside. his excellent paper. Mr. Mclntyre i W. G. Dunlap has returned to Lex- a gentleman of fine address, and his ington after a few days visit here with visit to our sauctum was highly appreciated. relatives. Tiik Recokd's good friend, Mr. J. T. Miss Ella May Saunders, a Lincoln beauty, was a visitor to Lancaster Conn, honored us by a call Tuesday and had his label marked up to 1!X)0. friends Sunday. Mr. Conn was born in 1822, and notMessrs. Virgil Rice and Howard withstanding his age is able to attend Marrs, of Danville, were visitors in to his large farm as well as a man half this city Sunday. his age. He has been a man of stea dy Miss Kate Simpson and brother. habits all his life, which fact accounts Henry, have returned from a visit to for his now good health and strength. Louisville friends. The other night Capt. Ryan, the Misses Allie and Mary Anderson arc Architect, was telling us of his travels, visiting their sister, Mrs. T. Brown- and. we spent a pleasant hour listening to his interesting experiences. He ing, in Lexington. was born in Ireland, lias been all over Misses Grace Kinnaird and Mary southern Europe and to every point of Gill are attending the Music Festival interest in this country. He says that in Louisville this week. in all his travels he has never seen as Master Howard Harbey is visiting pretty women as are right here in his aunt, Mrs. Marguerite Arnold near Lancaster. He says they are handCrab Orchard this week. somer, healthier and better dressed Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stone visited than he sees anywhere. their daughter, Mrs. R. C. Arnold Tuesday and Wednesday. We have a number of Mr. F. S. Griffin, the gentemanly, traveling freight agent of the L. & Beautiful Hals If. has been in town this week. stock and receive new Messrs. John F. Lear and Millard West witnessed Cyrano de Bergerac ones every few days. We in Lexington, Tuesday evening. have only the Mesdames Rowland and Glore, and Miss Lelia Bryant, of Danville, visited Lancaster friends a few days since. Misses Lizzie Marksbury and Jennie and invite an inspection of Swope, of Lower Garrard, are in Louthem. We know we can suit isville attending the May Festival. you will Miss Julia Mae Gaines leaves this your taste week to attend a house party given " Call and See in Richmond, by Miss Bessie Turley. Mrs. A. II. Rice leaves this week to join her husband in Louisville, and to attend the Knight Templar Conclave g, y. d All colored men who can who desire to read, and all should call at once at the Recruiting OlHce in Lexington Building, Main Street, near Rev. Massee has improved very icu-in health and is now attending the post office, Lexington, Ky. Southern Baptist Convention in LouisOld Landmark Gone. ville. The old stone house in "Jackman's Miss Mae Z. nughes left Tuesday to woods" has been torn away. It w?.s make a visit to her brother, Robert E., built more than one hundred years in Louisville, and attend the May Fes- ago, but most of the walls were still tival. firm. Before that part of Lancaster's Miss Mattie Elkin visited Lexington suburbs was built up, there was a friends and had the pleasure of wit large woodland around this house, and nessing "Cyrano de Bergerac" Tuesday the town boys for many years have said the house was "haunted." Not evening. one boy in a hundred would dare go Miss Mary Gill is at home from Ox- near it. For years it was vacant, maford, Ohio, where she attended school ny parties of boys were organized to this session, her health not permitting explore the much feared spot, but her to remain until the close. when the time arrived each would Wm. O. Owsley is recovered sulticl-.entl- y have an excuse. The building stood to resume his duties as U. S. near the famous Jackman spring, gauger, and has been assigned to which runs out from an immense cave. Mock's distillery, in Boyle county. Colored Recruits. We regret to learn of the illness of The War Department has wired Lt. our friend, Uncle Baylor Jennings. W. T. Johnston, recruiting officer at He has been quite sick, but we are Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored apglad to hear that he is much better now. plicants for Cavalry and Infantry service, sending the former to Fort Grant, Rev. T. S. Pollitt and wife, of Arizona, and the latter to Fort Doughave been the guests of Mrs. isanex-celleGeo. M. Patterson. Rev. Pollett is lass, Salt Lake City. This opportunity for young colored is the presiding elder in this district. men to get into the regular Army. Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury, Recruit for white Infantry and Cavaland Mrs. Louis Landram made a visit ry regiments are also wanted. Apply to Louisville this week to see "Cyrano to Lieut. W. T. Joiinston. de Bergerac" They will return toMain St. Lexington, Ky. night. Busi-Collema-4-- tf nt Recruit Tor the Philippines. The Recruiting Officer in Lexington has just received orders to enlist a number of white men for service in the regiments now in the Philippine Islands. These men will be sent direct to San Francisco from Lexington, and from there to Manila. This will make a fine trip for able bodied men unmarried, and not over 33 years of age. It will be a chance to sec the world, and possibly make a trip entirely 'round it. Persons desiring to enlist should apply at once to the recruiting officer in Lexington, in order may to be in time. f. Queen uGi: s IT ROUTE To the North. inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous Blue Grass Vestibule between Cincinnati and Lexington. Free Parlor cars and Queen and Crescent Standard Vestibuled day coaches. 4 trains daily to Cincinnati with close connection with all trains The Queen and Crescent Route has north. J W. C. Rinearson, General Passenger tVgent. Queen and Crescent trains are without a peer in the South. 17 miles shortest line, unequalled train service. in Very Latest if Til. SaIHe D. Tillett. A New York commission man recently shipped some winter lambs to England. As good lambs were then selling at $8 or better a piece in New York, the English market must have wanted them pretty badly. Verily this is a strange country. Here we are shipping dressed winter lambs to England, the home of the mutton sheep and the fancy lamb. The farmer who keeps fowls as an adjunct to his other farming operations can make much more money than can the man who makes poultry keeping his entire business. The care of poultry ought not to take a man's full time. If he can make a living or more from his other farming he has a distinct ad vantage over the professional poultry man who makes this his ex elusive business. car. Her pretty brows contracted and she bit her lovely lip. At last he had roused the womanly spirit within her. "Stop!" It was a command, and he could but obey her. "Stop! Make that waist nineteen. If that De Style girl can wear it so shall I, Cuba is a hind of desolation, there will he no lack of real Havana if I never take a long breath again in " cigars so long as the label factories my life." And the ladies' tailor did as she had hold out. lioston TraiiLeript. bidden him. Town Topics. A Solemn Protest. The Magistrate "The evidence shows you stole the Punishment. de The Prisoner "l-chickens." Smith What do you think of this Laud, jedge, I didn't! Ef yo' send. me Cuban land scheme of Ilrown's? He to jail dis'll be anudder Dreyfus case." says things are booming and the peo Puck. ple there already speak of Cuba as the "Sire." said the pretender's secretary, future state. "I am afraid we are losing ground." Jones 1 guess they've got it about Don Carlos frowned and then asked: right. I was there once in August and "What! Has Spain gone and relin- I saw the people. Hope I won't go there quished another batch of islands?" when 1 die. N. Y. World. Cleveland Leader. v. An Impression. "Say, pa," asked Johnny, "why do "Of course," said Miss Cayenne, "you they call a party where there are only of the Frenah capmen, a stag?" "On accouut of the saw the show places do. Hut did you all horns, my son," replied the mother, ital, as .withtourists the people there, and get quickly, with a meaning glance at her mingle acquainted with the city? Did really husband. Town Topics. you see Paris proper?" Mrs. Jibbius (after gazing on a "No;" answered Willie Washington. globe in a shop window) "Well, noth- "To tell the truth, I didn't think Paris ing won't persuade me but that the ever was that way." Washington Star. world's flat." Mrs.. Trimmins "Well, Alniont a Genluii. Mariar, if the world's flat, 'ow can yer Bill Don't you think that man Daubs account for Wvcrstock hill?" Punch. The Sporting View. Watts "Of Is a clever artist? Jill lie's the worst that ever hapcourse we ought to keep the Philippines. What would- - Dewey's victory pened. "Oh, yes; I know he can't paint any." amount to, if we didn't?" Potts "In "And yet you call him clever?" other words, you think a fight with no "Why, yes; he sells some of his picis not much of a fight." tures." Yonkers Statesman. Indianapolis Journal. The Force of Huhlt. "Oh," sighed the poetic lady, "had I A trick of habit to be noticed in many the wings of a bird!" "Don't!" proreturned volunteer soldiers was publictested her husband. "Don't wish for the wings of a bird. If you had them ly observed at the horse show the other some other woman would probably be day. An exhibitor, who was an officer, wearing them on her hat before the and did good work in Cuba, was approached by his groom to receive orseason is. over." Washington Star. ders. The orders given, up 'flew the THE FIGURES 1899. hand of the groom to his hat. But, to the astonishment of everyone Itesnlta Accomplished by an Aritharound, up also flew the hand of the metical Genlnn with Time to his hat, and the groom's gesSpare. to ture was responded to with a military salute. In a moment the smile of the If we add together the figures conshowed that he realized what tained in 1899 we find they make 27, a victim of habit he had become, but and these added give us 9. Subtract the the first impulse appeared to be irrefirst two figures, 18, from 09, and we sistible. "The fact is." commented anhave 81, which added make 9, and the other "it will be some time letters comprising the words eighty-on- e before any of us get over the habit of are nine. Add the first two figures, returning a salute. Thanks to those 18, to 99, and we have 117; these figures, long months of practice, it has become when added, again give us 9. If we add a kind of second nature, not quite bo all the principal numbers thus far meningrained, perhaps, as the counter tioned, viz., 1S99, 18. 81, 117 and 27, the jumper's instinct to cry 'Cash!' but it 2,142, and these figures added has taken deep root, and lnvoluntnrily sum is give us 9. If we subtract 27 from 117 I find myself doing it upon all occawe have 90, which divided by 10 again sions. " N. Y. Sun. give us 9. By subtracting 117 from 1899 5.lce Cultivation in Rnasla. the remainder is 17S2; these figures, While rice has long been grown in when added, give us 18, and these two it was when added give us 9, and. if added Persia and the in the unknown interior of Rusproduce 9. If we add 90 and 17S2. prin- almost to 18S6, the supply being importcipal numbers not included in first ad- sia up India, and, as was subjected from it dition, to 2142, obtained above, we have ed high duty, its use was naturally conto 4014, and these figures, when added, fined to the wealthier classes. again produce 9. Now, if we add the first commenced the cultivation Russia of rice figures 1899 to the last sum we have in the early '80s, and in 18S8 the first 6913, and these added produce 18, which steam rice cleaning factory was opened again being adde3.theesult is 9. at Baku, and 1,612 tons were produced The combinations obtained above are the first year. There has been a steady very remarkable, .but .carrying them increase in the production of rice, and still further, with stranger results, we there are now five factofind that by adding 1899 to the sums ries- in operation, and the annual prodthus far obtained, ,viz., 4014 and 5913, uct is more than 4S,000 tons. The dethe sum is 11,826, and by adding these mand for rice has increased, and it is figures we have 18, which added 'pro- now generally used by the peasants duce 9. Further, if we add the first fig- throughout the empire. The quality ure of the above sum to the last two, of the native product is equal to that viz., 118 to 26, we have 1 14, and these, figof the imported article. The residue is ures added give us 9. utilized, the broken grain being made We have now tried the results of adInto starch and the Hour Is given to dition and of subtraction on these mys- hogs. Scientific American. tic figures, and will now see whnt mulFair Maid of Perth. tiplication will do. If we multiply 18 In the north part of the city of Perth, by 99 the product is 1782; these figures in Scotland, is a building that has long when added give us 18, and carefully been known as the Fair Maid's house. add the numerals used in this multiplication we will find the addition to be 63, Tradition insists that this is the house and by adding these we have 9. Now in "Couvrefeu, or Curfew, street, which we will multiply the first three figures was formerly inhabited by old Simon of the 3'ear by the last, viz., 189 by 9, we Glover and his daughter Catherine. Sir find 1701, and by adding these figures Walter Scott made the latter his herowe have 9, or if we add the numerals ine in the "Fair Maid of Perth," deused in this calculation we find they scribing her as "universally acknowlamount to 36. and these added again edged to be the most beautiful young produce 9. We will multiply the two woman of the city or its vicinity." Traproducts obtained above, viz., 1782 by dition, however, has little historical basis to stand on. Nevertheless, the 1701, and we have 3,031,182; these figures added produce 18 and these added building is an interesting relic "of old Perth, and as such the town council give us 9. Innumerable changes could be rung has under consideration a proposal on these mystic figures, but the most to purchase it from its prtsent owner remarkable part is that the letters com- at the price it cost him (X 875). his object being to secure "the permanence prising the words eighteen ninetj'-nin- e lord are 18, and these two, when added, pro- of the premises." The "Y. provost faHerald. duce the inevitable 9. Detroit Free vors the purchase. N. Press. A Criticism. r wno "What became of the Playwright What do you think of was here last year?" my play? "Somebody dared him to try a can Manager As a play it is absolutely of army beef and now he's dead." Chi- vile, but it would make a bully comic cago Record. opera. N. Y. Journal. gate-monTrans-Caucasu- s, glass-eate- Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others. AHKinds FarmMacMnery Always onHaiul. Gennlne Health Ilcnort. "What about the health of the place?" "Health?" said the resident. "Sec e here. Since the town was started man has died, and he was a doctor." "What ailed him?" "lie starved to death." 011I3-onTit-r.it- s. TUB NATI ONAL CAPITAL ) 1100,000.00 ) BANK t SURPLUS. J20, 000.00. "Life's all a Joke." some will contend. And gaycty Intense reveal Whenever an unwary friend Has slipped on luck's banana peel. Washington Star. XO CSE Amnxeil. LANCASTER, KY. WHATEVER. A. R. Denny. President. Juo. E. Stormes. Vice President. Wk.H. Kinnaird, Cashier. S.C.Dksht, Assistant Cash'r. R. T. Embry J. P. Robinson, Jr. As3't DIRECTOR3 "I noticed this morning, Mali, that the milkman kissed I want you to understand tluit hereafter I shall go to the door myself when he comes!" "Oh, don't trouble yourself, ma'am! Tie promised me solemnly that he would never kiss anybody but me!" Der Floh. Xothfns Dat the Truth. Snips How did you enjoy your ing? Quips Oh, out130 Sam l.D. Cochran, Jaa Spllman, Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson. Jno. E Stormes. THE BEST OR THEM ALL 11 LIPPINCOTT'S LrDNTHLYJAAGAZlNE j just fine. Gained pounds in weight. It's right. And, by Jove, she's coming down the street. I'll Contains it complete novel in every number, !n addition to a larse quantity of useful introduce you. and entertaining reading matter. JFo eontlnuticl mtorlem. trhlrh art! mo That's Right. objectionable to most readers. Wiggs I wonder what the origin of It should be In every household. 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NECKWEAR THE ningly .MUmMMMM HHjjHF"" MmK9mm "VLflLflLflLflfLLflLflLBiW bHbBBBT8BbbB jjjr mjjLmmBMMW mMMMMmmmMlMWMMmm tf spin mm vawxm mmmimmmmm g From All Parts of Garrard. g MUUiUiU JUiUJUlallUUliUa ittiWJWUlttWJttUUli Reports were received this month from 1C.0 correspondents, representing 103 counties. wiK.vr. It mayb-- interesting to note U12 condition of winter wheat in the prin1 Miss Jennie Morgan was quite sick cipal wheat growing States at this last week. Not much attention is paid to tha time, according to the Weekly Bulle- No Tenure Equal io tha first symptoms of Eczema,ofton it is not long but Tliere will bo a mscting at Beazley's tins issued by the Climate and Crop before the little redness begins to itch and school house Sunday afternoon at Service for those States. Itching and Burning of burn.to This is but the beginning, and will lead suffering and torture almost unenMay 14th, for the purpose oi In the State of Ohio the crop is in durable. It is a common mistake to regard can do in the blacksmith shop All win ork he organizing a Sunday Scliool much the same condition as in this a roughness and redness of the skin as it tills place. will take an interest, are kindly invit State, early sown wheat on well drain- This Fearful Disease. merely a local irritation ; it is but an indica ed to attend. Unless a woman eats sufficient nour ed land being promising, but there is tion of a humor m the blood of terrible Eczema which is more than Corn is being offered here at $1.50 in a considerable portion and appliishing food she can neither gain nor of the acreage cations of ointments, salves, etc., applied tocan not be reached by local itself, Joe Pettus, of LebaMr. and Mrs. the surface. The disease keep a good complexion. Food, when the crib. which Is considered worthless. In In- the real cause of the trouble, is in the blood, although all suffering is produced week. non, visited relatives here this digested, is the base of all health, all Sol Rigsby sold a nice horse to Will diana wheat is badly damaged in through the skin ; the only way to reach the disease, therefore, is through, Mr. Lou Gray came down from LivCures INDIGESTION strength, and all beauty, iierbine Rigsby, for northern part of the State, but quite the blood. ingston Sunday, and, accompanied his Mr. Phil T. Jones, of Mixersville, Ind., writes: will help digest what you eat, and give J. P. Rogers sold a horso to Hays promising in central and so uthern dis The entering wedge for wife and little son, returned home "I had Eczema thirty years, and after a great deal you the clear, bright, beautiful skin of Anderson for $35. tricts. Illinois, oromislner conditions of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gave me nearly all Diseases the 3Ionday....Mrs. Martha Turner and Price 50 and s. heir to. health. revail, as a rule, only in southern- - constant pain. It finally broke into a running sore, and human system is Mr, J. C. Silor bought at Richmond, Miss Nannie McCarley spent Monday began to C. C. & J. E. Stormes . part of State, badly damaged in cen Bix years spread and grow worse. For the past five or with Mrs. J. F. Pettus, of Preachcrs-vlllea nice mule for $75. I have suffered untold and had given up tral and northern portions. In Mich- - all hope of ever being free from agonydisease, as I have J. n. McQuerry has purchased J. C. King has repainted his house, gan much of the wheat will be plow been treated by some of the bestthe physicians and have nice watch, that is right Johh, go which adds much to ita appearance. Many a fair young child, whose pal ed up and planted to other crops. In taken many blood medicines, all in vain. With little For Sale by ahead, there is nothing like keeping R. E. 3IcRoberts. faith left 1 began to take S. 8. S., and it apparently lor has puzzled the mother, until she Missouri the damago in the northern made the Eczema worse, Wo had a flno rain last Saturday. ood time. Eh? bnt I knew that this was the has suspected rightly her darling was Farmers are about done planting part of the State amounts to a practi way the remedy got rid of the poison. Continuing worms, has regained the Miss Ida nurt and siiter, of Lowell troubled with cal failure, but In the other portions S. S. S., the sore healed up entirely, the akin became rosy hue cf health with a few doses of visited their sister Mrs. R. F. Parsons corn. avorablo weather conditions have re clear and smooth, and I was cured perfectly." People who have once taken De Eddie Walker has taken wniTR's nitV.AM VEKMIFUGE. Price Mr. T- I. Herring sheared Go pound last week paired to a great extent the injury onlyEczema is an obstinate disease and caaaot be cured by a remedy wkfcQ ia a tonic. Swift's Specific back-se- t C. C. & J. E. Stormes, and is confined to his room Witt's Little Early Risers will never from winter killing. 25c of wool from 10 sheep. In Kansas the have anything else. They are the . .Mr. Sanl Fields and family, visited B latest reports indicate from Mr VV. a. Aldridire suld to Mr. J. Mrs. Fred Koehler, Friday. ... Mr. "famous little pills" for torpid liver to is superior q other blood remedies because it cures diseases which they can of a crop. Winter wheat Jvpniper a harness mare for 825. and all irregularities of the system. lias also suffered in reach, It, the disease the Fado Parks njid wife passed through the States of Wis not worst ease goes, to the bottom to whatcause oftreatment hasand will cure, the of Eczema, no matter Good feowl corn has been selling in here Saturday evening eo route to lm other Stormes Drug Store. failed. consin, Iowa and Nebraska, but the the only biooq remedy guaranteed to be free from Dot ash. mercurv or It ia anv; community or $LQQ per bushel, this Fall Lick, to visit Mrs. John Bentlv. John Johnson lias returned from the damage there will bo ropalrod. by sow- - other mineral, and never fails to cure Eczema, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Born, to the wifo of Albert Corbin ,Mrs, Mary Moberlcy and little mountains and rented tlie Barlow ng to spripg wh.eat: JosepliS. Hasolden yisited his roison, cancer, xeuer, uneumatism, upen sorea, Ulcers, UoUs, etc Insist Mr. 4. upon S. S. S. ; nothing can on the 711), inst., a girl. sister, Mrs. M. O. A 1(1 ridge, last wee! babe, yisited her fatjicr and. mother, Gross house. In this State tho condition May 1st, "3 JdooKb on these diseases take its place. free to any addresa by Swift Spa- -' will be mailed Miss Maggie Elliott, of Berea, was is 80, which is an improvement of 3 Ida Company, Atlanta, Georgia, cast IUekman Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ncwland, Sr., last The 4 Fraternity have chang Mr. Wm. Bcgie, of here Saturday and returned home after a pleasant visit to week, with home-folk- s v. m. points ShlOO AprUlst. The condition ed their hour pf rnecflng "Jl -- ". r ft Sunday and was accompanied by Miss his brother, Mr. N. II. Bogie. May 1st, as reported In former years, instead of 1Q , ?h Consulted 25 yaavn, Louise Yocum. was as follows: 1898, 101; 18'J7, 95; 1896, Rev, W. M. Kuykendall and daught I suffered for 25 years with a cough, A. X Thompson sold 39 hogs to Bob 4. The seasonable weather the lat Mrs. Amanda Moore, who was called er. Miss Mary, are attending tlieboutlr and spent hdndreds of dollars with Gaines for 3i, also Mr. Gooch sold six ter half of April has produced a rapid to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. E. rn Baptist vJonyeiit'ifjn m duuisviiiu doctors and for medicide to no avail to same party at same pi ice. The pret remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases ot tao generstira J. Wallace, who died on the 25th, ult. this week. tirpanj Cltlicr sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing ox Lost Manhood. The Preachersville Literary Deba growth, but there is seine complaint until i used Dr. Bell's ?sipotei.cy, Nisctly Emissions, Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, excessive use returned to her home in Illinois last ting Society which meets every Friday that the plant s not smarting wcll.and o 'Itebacco Of Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. With every corn not ev. J t lias saved my life, J. (J. liosell. orJ-j- r that it will not be sufflcien 0 Cver AFTER USIH6. Sold at 91. OO per box, tvo guarantee to cure or refund tho money. Farmers are complaining of Friday. Obu.vjsfcr3S.OO. BK.HIOTT'S CHE3I1CAL. CO., Cleveland, Ohio. MpIJoherts Drug night, is well attended, afl yqvy Inter the ground. The inprovemeit is rnmincr un well. Some think that Grantsburg, 111. d esting. During the past several days Boian owing to the severe winter the germ Store, lm. to eftriy and ffled.i.vun iate wheat, Bros, have been putting in their new Mr. J. C. Haydon sold 20Q barrels of extreme injured. late being generally reported ready to has been boiler and are now about corn to Henry Tniylur for $1,75 deliv worthless, Spats In tlows whore the Messers James I. Hamilton and John ered. Grove Kennedy sold 60 barrel snow AYa.s blown Oft start their corn mill and planing mill still show the ef T. Hays of Lancaster, were on busi again. to same party. fects of the oxposure, and it is highly ness m this yicinity one day last week Mr. John Ray had a valuable cow to Mr. F. F. Cummins and wife was probable that these spots will remain If you have piles cure them. No ,ind dined with Mr. and Mrs. Reuben die last week. visiting their uncle, W. T. Pherigo bare to the end. It is estimated that use undergoing horrible operations Naylor. George Grow sold Jim Parks a lot of and family at McCrcary, the first of per cent, of the acreage will be plow that simply remove the results of the A firm in Cincinnati has been sell hogs for 31 and 3Jc. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pettus, ed up. the week disease without disturbing the disease ing some very handsome framed mem Mr. Q, Q, (j.row sold a nice horse to Lebanon, was at homo the first of theitself. Place your confidence in De The western section continues to Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to orials in this vicinity. They are Mr. M. F. North, furnish the Invest average condition, week on a visit Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It has nice remembrance of our dear depart Dave Ross. Prlco, $tiaf Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and never failed to cure otheus; it will not W. N. Grow sold a lot of lambs to of HustonvUle, was licre. tls. week h 72. Only sis counties out of 39 report connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, ed ones, fail to cure you. Arnoia iNs morgan at live cents per the interest of his ruco fqi representa a condition above 80, while in Living Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service Stormes Drug Store. tive.... Mrs. George King and Miss ston county the condition Is reported pound, June delivery. lm to Nassauj Key West, Havana, Santiago, and uallakd's show liniment cures Maggie Perclful were visiting Mrs, as low as 40. Heavy washintr rains Nothing has ever been produced to San. Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. The very excellent rain Saturday and Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Mr. and Mrs. have been as mucli a source of damage week The Train Service is perSunday made some of our farmers Sick Headache, Sore Throat, Cuts equal or compare with taisleu's buck Ilorton, this Bingham was visiting W. H. here as any other cause. fect in detail. Fast sched actually feel that they were becoming Sprains, Bruises, Old Sores, Corns, and eye i'ik ointment as a curative and John Cummins and family Friday night In the central section the prospect ules, 24 hours to Jackson more grateful; but the continued rain all pain and inflammation. The most healing application for Pigs, Fissures, Mr. George Archer, of Point Leavell is much brighter. Early wheat is ve ville, 54 hours and the of Monday made nenetratincr liniment in the world blind and bleeding, nxternal or inter was berg t Jje Qtljer night attending ry promising, espeajally on tobacco Cincinnati to nal, and Itching and Bleeding of the them feel about as ungrateful as usual Price, 25 eis, and 50 cts. debate, lands and those to which fertilizers Havana. C, C, & J. E. Stormes. Rectum. The relief is immediate and the On next Saturday at 3 o'clock, the W.C.Rmes were applied at seeding time. The av cure infallible. Price, 50 cts In bottle Sunday school board of the Methodist nismarch's Iron Nrve. erage condition for this section is 82. tubes 75 cts, C. C. & J. E. Stormes rtnriTVaf I Sunday school at this place will meet Was the resultof his splendid health rnirieen oi tne iu snow an average m mm a mm a m Miss Edna Scott's school at Pleasant Indomitable will and tremendous ener condition above 0 imiii for the purpose of electing a Superin Mr. Jim Oliver traded a cow and Hill is progressing nicely. She visited gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, tendent and other otticers of the Sun Oats. to Dr. Farris for a horse. her parents, Mr. "and Mrs. W. D. Scott Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. day school for the next 12 months. Oats were sown very late, in fact, Mr. John A. Gibson bought a pair Saturday and Sunday. .. .'Squire Coy If yon want, these qualities and the seeding was baroly completed with the Mr. Addison Hendrickson, who has been attending school at Georgetown of yearling from Mr. James Bell for and wife, of Madison, Mrs. F. Pierce, success tlioy bring, usejir, King's New close of the month. Many farmers, in Miss Alice Saddler, of Buckeye, T. L Life Pills. They develop every power for saveral months, returned home $15. their eagerness, sowed while the and last Friday and.altho he admits that Mrs Rhoda Lnwson and Miss Kate SaundersMay, daughters, Pearl and of brain and body. Only 25c at R. E, ground was too wet for cultivation Peachie of Stone, were the guests McRoberts Druggist. lm resulting in poor germination and in he feels somewhat tired, he was smil Duddcrar spent Thursday at Mr. J no. Kate Lawson of Mr. Jaflles Saunders, Tuesday. ing at the girls on Sunday, as of yore Merryman's, . . . Mrs. different growth. Where sown with Mrs. Margaret Lane has returned spent Sunday at Mrs. Florence Corground in good condition the crop Is and looking as fresh as a May rose. 2 0 o-r- jj ncys Mr. Taylor, traveling agent home from a visit to relatives near coming on nicely. The condition of Little, neglected scratches and for Mrs. Jtettic Wall spent & Co., was at Flatwoods Lancaster Farley sold a horse for one the crop, compared with average years J. W. White wounds frequently result in blood last Thursday with hej? sister, Mrs, hundred dollars. is o. The acreage has beeq greatly poisoning. Better heal them quickly last week Spoonamore, at Hubble Mich Lane The Appetite of a Goat. Rev. Allen Wjl fill his regular ap auecteq Dy tne late season, and is es with De Witt's Witch Ilazel Salve, and wife ire yisijtmg relatives at pointment Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Nina. at Pleasant Grove Sunday, timated at pnly 75 nor cent, of the c thoroughly application with in ul acreage of '98. a record of always curing piles, old ul Stomacand liver are out of orber. Rev. Clark will preach here each 2nd CORN. M Volcanic Kruptrons. ccrs, sores, cuts, wounds and skin dis sucli should know that Dr. King's New Sunday night, also the third Sunday Corn planting made considerable Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and eases. Stormes Drug Store, lm Arc grand, but Skin Eruptions rob and night in tije nionth. progress during the month, and while Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appe life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve A New Discovery fc?r tha Certain Cure of IN l'UKNAL and The Lancaster telephone is now bet Last Friday, Messrs Caldwell, Wil tite, sound digestion and a regul cures them, also Old, Running and ter than ever beforo, have put in there yet remains much ground to be son and Kindred gathered together bodily habit and Fever Sors, Ulcers, began, as early as the broken planting that berfeet health EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. Boils, Felons new and improved instruments. their fishing tackle and went over to great energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug middle of the month. Tho early plant Corns. WrafSj Cuts, Bruises, Burns, a neighbor's pond, taking with them Store. Just received a nice line of Sailors ed came up quickly and Is growing CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Scalds, Chapped. Hands, Chilblains a spring- - wagon in which to haul back Tubes, by mail, 75 cents; bottles, so Cents. Best Pile cure on earth Drives out and flowers at Mrs. A. S. Haselden's, rapidly. No complaint Is made of in fish. On arriving at the pond they their Pains and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box, Country produce taken in exchange jury from cut worms or other Insects, JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Prolctw, - - 310 Mk Strait, ST. LOWS, 110. obtained the consent of Mr. to re The per cent, of the crop of '98 still Cure guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Me for goods. lieve his pond of some of its inhabitants M. D. Scott had a nice mare to die Roberts Druggist. lm For Whooping Cough, Asthma, Bron in faimer's hands average 29. and they were hauling them out at TOBACCO. chit is, or Consumption, no medicine the rate of 2 or 3 per hour and feeling a few days ago. Tobacco plants, though plentiful equals coussen's honey of tak, Pric Mr. J. B. Bourne sent his crop off on They overcome Weak-ncs.on giving iH and proving their that will be late, Indications, are that set 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, irregularity and report Waliaceton would have gained the steamboat Saturday. ting will not be generally begun until omissions, increase vigan enviable reputation, but just as Go to S. E. Scott for your rooting Misses Armstrong and Ballard were 25th of May on account of plants being Mr. James Pollard has moved to a or and banish "pains W83& of menstruation. in"-They are IiIFE SAVERS" to girls at their joy was almost complete, Mr. house on J. H. Montgomery's place. shopping in Danville Tuesday paint. B.F. small. Indjcaf ions are for an average womanhood, aid development of organs and body. io W. J. Hiatt, another Wallacetonian James Christopher was in Ilarrods Jennings ant son, R. L., visited rela- acreage. The condition of plant beds, Quite a large crowd attended the known remedy for women equals them. Vannot do harm wo put in his appearance, whereupon the tives hero Saturday and Sunday becomes a pleasure. 81. OO PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold compared with .average years, is 79. Montgomery, dee'd., Sat- burg, Monday, on business.. owner of the pond at once ordered sale of Isaac ly druggists. DK. MOTT'S CilEMICAti CO,, Cleveland, Ohio. CLOVEU ANp 1'A.STUUKS. Born, on the night of the first, to Miss Lizzie Marksbpry will visit in them to leave and never return. Mr. urday, and everything brought a very the wife of Wm, LanG, agir baby. Louisville the coming week.... Dr. Clover generally wintered welJ and fair price. Hiatt is as good a man as we have in Elliott made a business trip to LouisMr. Isaac Massie and wife, of Bohon, Sheep shearing has been in full blast ville, Saturday. . . .J. M. Hughes and has made wonderful growth since the town, but the other three men say advent of warm weather. Reports on W, this week, most everybody is through there was evidently something about Mercer county, visited their uncle, KailGHTS OF PVTHtA$ Flem Jenni.ngs were ig Lexington this clover sown thjs spring differ. Ip his appearance tliat Mr. L could D. Scott, Friday, and attended the week. . . .Misses Kjlig and Taylor Bur- some copnties resowing has been The wool market iias opened at 20c, not stand, and that if he had kept sale Saturday.... Mrs. Rebecca Iloltz-cla- for good wool, and the buyers are plen dett visited in Lancaster, Monday.... found necessay. Others report an exGarrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst of Mercer, spent Friday night away they are confident their fondest Mr. and Mrs, &ush yisitcd at Ganip I have purchased he Wal of Pythias, meets every Friday tiful. cellent patch obtained, frqnj first sowwith her brother, J. II. Montgomery. hopes would have been realized and ing, an4 t?H$ it js. gefct'ingagoodstaft. ker stable and am prepared night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-ilin- g John L. Christopher is talking of Nelson, Sunday. Mrs. Lilla Wonerand little son that Wallacetown would have greatly Pastures have made ?3P,(1 fWthi By allowing the accumulations in guests of her buying a now threshing rig this sea Joe Holman, are the to furnish the rejoiced at the result. Knights are fraternally invit the bowels to remain, the entiresystem and considering the condition on April Mr.Jno. son. mother, Mrs. J. B. Bourne If you suffer from tenderness or full- Jackson, of near Bryantsvillc, called nerman Barnett, of this piftce,- an$ is poisoned. DeWitt's Little Early 1st, the present condition of 86 is quite ed. Ed Bishop, C. C. ness on the right side, pains under on his best girl Sunday.... Mr. Lan- - Miss Bertha Hamm, of Jessamine, were Risers regulate the bowels. Try them satisfactory. J. S. HASEI.DEN, K.R.& S shoulder-bladconstipation, bilious- dram Burdett and wife spent LIVE STOCK. on shortest notice. and you will ajwgys use them, last e, King of all Birds. May 1st finds live stock in good conness, and feel dull, Sunday with Mr. Mat Folger and wife, lm Stormes jjng Store. Special attention given Com TIME TABLES: heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid dition after tjie long hard, winter. is noted for its keen sight, clear aud mprpiaj Travelers. J. D. Bridge, editor and proprietor distinct vision, So are those persons Fnuij; rBOJ?FKs: and congested. De Witt's Little Early An effort is being made at New K. O. Brans, Prospects for fruit have improved Risers will cure you promptly, pleas- of the Democrat, Lancaster, N. H., who use Sutherland's Eogjg Eye Salve York to consolidate the peanut indusRICE J3ENGE Xixed. passes Laaeaster UriSA.a antly and permanently by removing says: I would not be without One for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes pf any tries of the. United States into one wonderfully during the nionth. 135 r. a Is this the case with pearsand '. the congestion and causing the bile Minute Cough Cure for my boy when kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25ct large corporation with $,000,000 capH. HOSHAL & CO., North-h'nis proppbly frue cherries. dubts to open and flow naturally, thev troubled with a cough or cold. It is McRoberts Drug Store, lm ital. , 3S2a.m Pass's? L.J.- :. the best remedy for croup I ever used." AUK GOOD TILLS. of grapes. Apples, pears,' pherries and ; South b'nd 130 a. a Liing: Irritation, Drug Store. Stormes Stormes Drug Store. Commission ICerdhants, lm lm uuited in marriage Wednesday, JOth, plums hayeep in fjijl hlQpnij wjtfi at the home of the bride, at Little Is the forerunner to cousumpison. the weather conditions perfepp for Qaeea ft Crescent Itoute. Dr, Bell's pijjeTar'JIoney will cijre Jt, fruiting. Raspberries an$ blackberHickman. fAMXS DANVILUI. Jungs and give such strength to the There has been over two thousand that a cough or a cold will not settle ries will be q failure, the capes bqing TAKE.... NORTH BOUND. . . roots, Strawberries are killed to the new-ligfish caught, out of J. Fletch cents at McRob- quite promising, Peaches will bo Number 10 (Daily except Sunday). ...6:09 a. m there. Twenty-fiv- e UNION STOCK YARDS, er Ruble's pond in the last week or erts Drug Store. 1:13 p.m lm practically a failure, Number 6 Daily. Stop ten days. This is nice sport for those - CINCINNATI, O. Number 4 (Dally) Flag .SiK a. ta Tho prospects for various kinds of who go fishing to this pond: The intense cold of February put fruit, as compared with average years, .1s6p. a Numbers (don't stop) stock cheer information regard Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan, of Mercer many thousand bushels of potatoes are: For appleB, SOUTH BOUNB. 9J; pears, 69; peaches, fully.furnlshed. Consign youj stocke d Naatberl(stefewheBflaged) county, is visiting relatives in this outbf the-lis- t s seed stock. 02; cherries, 68; grapes 71; of 11:50 a.ia. strawber' 'ihone7346 Naiaber 5 neighborhood this week. . .Miss Flor- Those still sound will bring a good, (Daily except Sunday). ..,H:15 a.m. ries, 85. Lucas Moobk, " ence Christopher was visiting friends price. Nanber 9 (Daily except Sunday ).;... 7 :55 p.m . Commissioner of Agriculture. Y .8. BEAZL.EY. in Danville the latter part of last Somber 3 (Midnight1 fiar) U:m p. m.. DIGEST YOUR FOOD. ' week. .. .James li McMurtry visited A TIMELY HINT. ZOaMT Mr CMt of all atdOMM is caused tar afood sot War properly dlfactod, It creates pel 1 in Wilmore,thisweek, Chesapeake and Ohio Hallway. Teeth extracted wlthorit pain Mtuui roes Into your btoeaaad then jon at rich aad vnn and Tonr whola nitrat oat Hi system any vr.th vr. ot ih Constipation hebbine affords a ttiJSUt to almost Pr disease tha human Liver pwneuj jhuuj coaaiuoarowoer. vse oi mn the New Thompson Vitalized Air. Office In L". Lexington, daily.. . .1130 a. m. and 8:5 p.m. In Carlstedt's German fa heir to,' UK Bulidlnjr. i.arMieai'8 Genu tAmr Ihea VnmAar Yoa Ar. Washington, " .... 6:15 " malaria, typhoid fever, colds " 3:40 " natural, healthful remedy, acting tha goodmA wfttfik tile results. dose. will feel yiu be free fromuTMMxmmvm Garmaa xaver Give It aad the grip. effects aittr taklQgVQe - Philadelphia. .... 10:15 ' fgw?ii tie feest aw4Ieia Meaey cma bay. f" A few small doses wil. a trial and be coaTlacedVfrice 31c promptly. Turnpike Notice. CHEAT THROAT and usually be found to so regulate the ex- Dr. New York, " .... H:10 nooa' 9iX " Gum IMmhi Cure ra'ytur CaM try Dr. Otto' tmnmm) ;Kbt!ee1g hereby given thai a meeting of the .... "Boston, 7U5 a. n- Oam Mhih. tVlaa 2S ami CO J Mat tha PflatHaina Yur Lancaseer & Dlx river Turnpike Co., will be cretory functions that the are able to i held at the Iroa Bridge, on Satarday, May 6. ThroBgh sleepers ta New York f rem Lexia far OhlMrM. vm, at 9 o'clock a. m te mleet a Jourd ol , Facaatoar operate without any aid whatever. tea.Msa Q. Crwer wt rte aaraslaf year j Price 0 ptis, .C,,a &' J. E. Stormes, 5 Mm ill S 1 p liver powder i uvmm HAS UK' rURE WARNED YOU? Natorfi hers ilf clad la the early srarbs of spring, blDSKOi ns forth trees and flowers causing the despouaei - it cuora to viorate to tms, tue Success to The Rkcoud. most delightt- il of all, springtime and how do Hs ire you that tired shaky feeling-Samuel Hall sold iiva calves to Mr. yoa ffeel? the orernttno r of Chills, Malaria and Typhoid Fever? it so, yon must not pass tms warning Napier, for 8o4. as it is an. indication of sickness; avoid this; nothing-us ail our advice reoplc are very busy in this vicinity consult your draggist and costs yoa bottle of procure a Call on ,iver owaer. UKe getting their corn plaiiled. Dr. Carlsteat's one dose a day at bed time for si days; then bottle oi s if. TTammack lost a trood milk follow toy procannjr a directions xucatan umii Tonic, following the and after two cow last week from eating clover. weeks' course of these two great remedies, yon Will ieei line mc jiuwers iuuk. m me spring. malarial hot season Mr. Jesse Sinsleton is improving his Prepare yourself for the is full oforgerms. If when the atmosphere Arch Rass farm by putting a goou necessary and when your system warns you, repeat the above. These Remedies in stock fence around same. ana soia dj R. E. McRoberts, J. W. Ncwland is getting all th KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. of Cropa May 1st. T.lvo Stock i Preachersville. skin-dee- p, Price, 25 Cents. OTarksTmry. - one-ha- lf S, S, S. FOR THE BLOOD Wallaceton two-thir- Wk OC TH AND VITALITY con-line- McRoberts' Drug Store. Judson. KnffilkaaAaB&SkBSHMailMMMsH - Florida' Havana hail-stor- Flatwooti 1 m 1 A BOON DR TO MANKIND! Bryantsville. TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE n anti-septi- 5z Sw CURE Mi. Hebron. STOR3IES jDRTTO m STOKE. Buna Vista- PENNYROYAL PILLS - 5, MoRqberts' Drug Store, NEW LIVERY. - Vey Best Rigs the e, e, The-Eagl- ly Sonth-b'n- d Tle-reyers- W. d . Pot Catti8,Hogs,Sheep -- croup Foley1 Ing-llv- Hoarseness, . first-clas- '. La Grippe, Bronchitis,; and-- Asthma, DENTIST "' Consumption, lung remedy. Otl.SprM Ch.' DRUG STORE ; TtaAeaj?e"