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J It Entered at the Post Lancaster Ky at Second Clatt Matter LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 18 1899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 0 1 1 c 4 BAR Office to NUHOXR T LPUIS LANDRA1f Publisher Lu ghttat TNTS ChmpioaBinisr See them be fore you place your order for Machines BEAZLEY FUNERAL DIRECTORS Draw Cut Mowers HASELDEN BA UG H IAN F S JIR S f 1 ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky irMcC JOHNSTON JOHN JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Ciyil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY Hays Hamilton BiUiai Attorneys and Counselors at Law LANCASTER KY e T JOHNSTON L u Js0TnATs JIIIAXILTO JEROBIs0 I I d r LOCAL HAPPENINGS 5 nrnrnrnrnrnntmrnrnrntnrnnrrnninmm inM rnrmn WUUU1u1WU 1111W11111 JUJUIIIJIUIIl11UJIUIIJUIUJIIUU r Harness cheaper than any p in town W J ROM S We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley Co We will pay 10 cents per dozen for Eggs in goods R L Jennings Co Paint Lick Bring in your old vehicle and have it made new Wont much W JrBoMANS V For Rent I have about 05 acres of good Clover to rent cheap 3t WM H KINNAIRD I have second hand Surries Buggies and Phaetons at a bargain W J I wish to rent out the property be onging to Mrs Susan Fisher on Lex ngton street Possession given J W SWKKNBY Now is the time to get a big bargain in a Surrey Buggy Phaeton or Road Wagon You can get harness at cost when you buy any kind of a vehicle W J ROMANS Itcsldencc Burned The residence occupied by Messrs Alex Gibbs and Brannon Beazley near Hiattsville was destroyedby fire Loss about Strayed or Stolen Sunday night 14th brown marc 15 hands high 9 years old not in very good condition Natural pacer Irvine Million Kirksville Public Speaking lIon W J Stone candidate for Governor will speak at the in Lancaster on Monday May 29th at 2 oclock r ar Everybody in vited Another Protracted Electing In a note from Dr McKee he says I that at the close of the present meet j ing at Christian church a similar one will be held in the Presbyterian churcl I Teaclier Examination Examination for white teachers will be held in my office May 19 and 20 The examination for colored teachers will be held at same place May 20 and 27 ma4tfj J LUSK Supt i e R MANS immediately 500 Court- House ELlS co you t Highest price in cashew trade Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay sold and delivered anywhere by G S GainV your Eggs at Do you wish to dress correctly sobuy your clothing shoes and hats of R L Jennings Co Paint Lick The flowers of Spring put to shame the old dusty carpets Buy a new one of R L Jennings Co Paint Lick Itullding Lots If you want to buy a nice Building Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres cheap NT CunuKY Dont up housekeeping Break up the old furniture and buy new of R L Jennings Co Paint Lick Club Discontinued Dr McKee requests TilE RECOKD he Social Club has been until next Fall Lost Gold Seal Or watch charm near Fork Church Liberal reward return to Richar Ryan at Hamilton House Dissolution The firm of Arnold Hamilton has been dissolved Mr Hamilton retiring The livery business will be continued by Mr Arnold at the same stand The Kent on tlic Market Hoosier Corn Planters Brown Cul tivators Johnston RollevBarring Disc Harrows Deering Binders and G S GAINES Last Notice Only a few more days to pay your school save the penalty and cost of advertising may18 E W HARRIS Col Good Timber The friends of Mr Joe E Robinson are urging him to announce for the Legislature Joe would make a good representative as he is a wellinform ed young man An important meeting of the G A R will be held Saturday afternoon Steps will be taken toward securing the next state encampment and all members are urged to be present I in own b r et k to say discontinued or Mowers taxcome pay G Surrey R S and AIt HEADQUARTERS FOB 1 a The handsomest line by far that we have offered you The choicest styles you will find in 25 and 50 cent the best values you will find anywhere Mens New Fourln Hands Club Ties Bows Imperials c A Rainbow Assortment NECKWBAR Puffs Teck We are the people if you want Neckwear JUST RECEIVED our fourth shipment of Fine Footwear Black Tan Vicies Patent Leathers in fact everything that is Up ToDate in Shoes Prices lower that you can find them anywhere besides you get free shines with shoes from 2 50 up Moos l M l We head the list on Clothing Shoes Hatsand Furnishing Goods SEE US WE WILL YOU MONEY Uc 4 DuraD L iDS D it lit i M i t i 61j ji t f Y r- N Jc r r Y ri All the friends of the Lancaster 3 Graded Sohool are invited to attend S the Commencement exercises in the Presbyterian church next Wednesday at 10 oclock A M J H PATTERSON UpasEstray Black mare about 15 hands high six years old four white Had saddle on her Owner can have same by proving property and paying ses I P THOMPSON The graves in our Cemetery will decorated with beautiful flowers May 30 while appropriate and impos ing ceremonies will be canducted by the veterans of the blue and of the Strawberry Supp r The George Hudson Mission Band of Paint Lick church will give straw berry supper at residence of Mr J A Doty Tuesday night the 23rd Ad mission only 20 cents A large crowd is expected Republican Committee This committee mot at L L Walk ers oJUce on Saturday and agreed to hold a mass meeting to appoint to the state convention The time for the mass meeting is to be fixed by the chairman But Storm A terlfflc wind and hail storm visit cd Lancaster Friday afternoon and for a time looked like a cyclone was bearing down upon us Many trees were uprooted telephone wires crossed and garden truck damaged RedHeaded Bill If a young lady has red hair it is auburn but if her brother has red hair he is redheaded Bill If the young lady has a four dollar position in a it is a position but if Bill has the same place he has only a job Premiums The Howard Tailoring Co of Chi is giving a pure fur felt hat with suit sold during May They arc A 1 hats and the latest styles No change in prices Fits guaranteed Give us a trial order as many are M D Hughes agent Notice Not haYing the time to collect them have left my accounts in the hands of E Brown for collection All those indebted will please call at his office the Police Court room and settle at once and save cost W H Lackey 4t by E Brown agent Henry and John Duncan have con solidated their shops and are now in the old stand over Powells store ner Public Square and Lexington street Polite attention sharp razors clean towels and many years experience fit them to do the best of work tf Tlio Sidewalk The beginning tocomply with the sidewalk ordinance and many new pavements are being laid A will be put down the entire length street on opposite side from the present plank walk Many others are in course of construction D A R says The Register assisted by the prominent horsemen and stockmen of Madison county will hold a fair at of the fair grounds in Richmond June1st and 2nd The proceeds will be ed to erecting a monument at Boones boro Contractor Messrs Hocker and Greening of Lincoln county were here a few days ago making estimates on building the Owsley block with a view to putting in a bid for the contract Dr Owsley is in the band wagon and the proces sion of enterprise is moving grandly Runaway Mr Robert Brown was driving near Paint Lick last Sunday when his horse took fright as he raised an um brella ran at full speed oIls Brown jumping out and having her fractured while the baby was bruised up and the buggy torn to pieces Handsome Business Card Tom Hammond and Frank rey ofTHE RECORD office have made arrangements with a city firm where by they can give you 100 handsome business cards in a handsome alum num case for only SOcts The has your name engraved thereon and Give the boys an order Mr Jesse Walden has leased of Dr Kinnaird the Lancaster Telephone Exchange The contract term of years As Mr Walden his been in the business since its establishment he knows how to it and we satisfied he will make not only a sue cess but a pile of dollars out of his venture Save Money in Monday and get a suit of all ter wool goods at shoddy prices They w t ed Is plj te s forTaken feet IfDecoration gray delegates store doing Next corm citizens are of Richmond Pair at Richmond The ladies of Boonesboro Chapter on collarbone Pu themJ whole outfit is petty and Exchange bra the j tjtt 1 e L beach none dev m case uptodo Leased run Cane pen are S y 1 of in the Mr ans all dial and ten will wear you twice as long as common goods If you buy of Howard Tailor ing Company you will get a number hat with a suit or a fine pair of with a pair of pants free No change ih prices M D Hughes Agent A Paint Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up Adams Fish Paint Lick is with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Enlarge Greasy Heel etc It is sold on written guarantee and money funded if not as represented Special Rates to Washington D C The Chesapeake Ohio Ry will sell round trip tickets to Washington D C and return on May 22d at one fare for the round trip tickets good ton days from date of sale on account the Peace Jubilee Two Limited Vestibuled Trains Lexington and Central Kentucky daily Geo W Barney Div Pass Agent Big Times at Richmond There Is a movement on foot to hold trotting and pacing races atRichmond July in connection with the street fair that is to be held there From way the Richmond papers speak of the scheme it will be a go The street fair will be conducted in city in the forenoon and the races the track in the afternoon Danville Court Many of our citizens went to Dan ville Monday ostensibly to attend court but in fact to hear Hon TV J Stone candidate for governor speak Stone has many enthusiastic fol lowers here who claim that they will carry the county for him Eight five Federal and three Confederate voter went in one wagon and they are for Stone Paper and BeadIt Everyone should take a good wide awake paper and keep posted as to the many frauds It is said that the con fiidence men cleaned up about 100 in Cloverport on circus lay and a large share of it was from Hancock county men who followed the circus from Hawesville Had the hayseed been readers of their home paper they would have known better Good for Garrard IHan Walker living near town has forty acres corn that is and is perhaps the best in the from Garrard that is noted fine corn raising and Jes samine farmers might learn a few points about the cultivation of this crop by casting their eyes westward as they go out the Keene pike Journal Commencement Exercises The commencement exercises of the Graded School will be held in the Presbyterian church next Wednesday morning at 10 oclock There are four graduates MissesOliviaSwteney Mary Burnside Maybelle Royston and Mr James Anderson The public is cor invited to attend the exercises the building will doubtless be tax ed to hold the crowd Handsome Tribute The Monument recently placed in the Landram lot of the Cemetery here was erected by Mrs William C McFarland to the memory of her fa ther and mother It was the desire Mrs McFarland and her bus band that the monument should be of Scotch Granite but Gen Landram of expressed a preference for white marble and his wishes were consider in the selection made Protracted Meeting Special revival services began at the Christian church on Monday night The pastor Eld C E Powell is as silted by Eld E L Powell an elo a quent minister of Louisville Large crowds are attending much interest manifested and harvest of souls is expected The will likely continue two weeks and an in vitation is extended to everybody to attend regardless of condition in life religious faith The object is to do good for all classes of people Hope They 11 Come Here Kentucky boys will start in next winter with empty pocketbooks Wallaces Forepawhs and Ringling Bros circuses will all visit the state this a season to say nothing of four or five smaller tented aggregations that are already headed this way The largest dog show in the business Is already in the state for a months tour and Buffalo Bills Wild West will visit of the larger towns What a east for young America and his no ses less interested grownup Mothers Ex Mlssloaarr contribution Elder Powell delivered strong sermon at his church on Sunday on the importance of contributing to are missionary work He said that 200 must go from that church if he had pay most of it himself After the 924 was raised afterward This speaks for that church and we lould like to know if there is a single is churchj in a town the size of In Kentucky that did as well for missionary cause a e in not I suspenders bement ona from Taken R upseveral inches county He comes fonts to both a rich meetings tier C E tonot serawas contributed and Lane f vi meet a C T men 176 other well 4 r N 1 os aar in on to for to July the old her Are There Any In Iiancaaterf The man who says he doesnt believe advertising and refuses to use the newspapers for that purpose generally advertises in some other way Hotel registers theater programs and such things are likely to have bis ad in them Then he what he pays for space to advertising instead of to or to profit and loss and goes swearing that advertising doesnt pay There ought tute or a hospital for the treatment ol this class of lunatics and if some en terprising man will start one we will tell him where to find patients enough fill it in about fifteen minutes Nu tional Advertiser No Trains The gentlemen who told us the new trains would be put on this branch were evidently talking through their hats as the spring schedules went elfect Sunday and if a day passen ger train has visited Lancaster no has heard of the fact The day trains over on the K D have been madt earlier but our present train will continue to pass down at 1120 ai it has been doing heretofore There is only one way to get the day trains and that is before the general man ager and explain to him the tenfold advatages the company would reap b running their trains to Rowland Commercial Club should take up the Water Works pointed by the City Board of Counci to report on the advisability of estab lishiiig water works to report The most potent reason urged favoring the enterprise is the fact that insurance rates would be reduced onethird which would repay the tax levied for the works Beside this the comfort and convenience derived from the system is beyone estimation whci compared to the present condition of affairs Again the Sanitary of the town would be improves when we are possessed of the means to remove filth and clean the town gen orally Statistics show that is less prevalent in towns with work than in those without them We hope that the Boerd will consider the deliberately before taking action Notice to Trustees Under instructions from the State Superintendent two Trustees were elected in each School District Garrard County last October the receiving the greatest number of votes qualify as the regular trustees 011 1 1809 and the one receiving then existing Since that the Court of Appeals has decided that there was no vacancy at that time but that the old Trustees one year longer Hence the man receiving next to the greatest vote qualified through mistake and was in reality never a Trustee Therefore the one who received the GREATEST NUMBER OF VOTES at the October election will be recognized by me as the legal Trustee forthe ensuing term he will accordingy qulify some Old Vets In Danville A large number of Confederate vet trans met at Danville Monday and held an enjoyable reunion The says the veterans assembled in side yard of the Hotel at halfpast twelve and about one oclock Captain Richards summoned the boys to with a bugle call when the set out in doublequick march toward the dining room The decora The dinner prepared by Capt and his most excellent wife was splendid interpretation of genuine Kentucky cookery It was not served a la carte nor strung out in small dishes through seven or eight table in barbecue style and in quant sufficient to feed a multitude On motion it was agreed to hold a every year Dastardly Deed The Guthrie Oklahoma Leader an account of the brutal of Miss Ella Arnold in that city by man named Purdens The young lady is a daughter of I B Arnold for merly of this county and is widely con nected here The brute who the crime was a constable and went to the house of the young ladys brotherinlaw to serve some papers There being no men about the premi the man became abusive and drawing a huge revolver started in the door Miss Arnold reached fora revolver when thee big cutthroat stidt The ball passed through the girls body but hopes of her recovery entertained The Leader says ex runs high but Purdens Las been lynched If ever was case where Judge Lynch should step it is in this The Leader says hang a few of these irresponsible people and the will attempted so frequently More Local on Page 2 cJ ages bycharIty to reto togO doneat petitioned favorably condition matter qualifybe election and June3t W Advocate dinner column keepingRich- ards Coinreun- ion publishes shoot- Ing committed men responsible a ri rl sti n Ill beayeeley iu disc hover there asp none old Summer Underwear For Women A most complete assortment of Lisle and Gauss Vests and Muslin Underware ofall kinds here There is not a reasonable Underware want that cannot be filled from our stock and at prices that will please you Lace Curtains Women with thoughts of home decorating will be terested in our line of Cur tains The patterns are beautiful and prices within all Ladies Top Skirts We have a nice line of lined Skirts both in Black and Colors Crepons Silk Satin Dutches Mohair and Wool Fabrics Our line of Wash Skirts will also in terest you Colored Petticoats for Summer Wear We have such an interesting line of UnderSkirts Fancy Satins and Mercerized Fal rics If you will look at them you will be pleased with the Styles and Prices Need a Trunk If so we can please you We have just received a large shipment from one of the largest and best Manufartu ers in the Country When you see the Trunks and learn the prices you will wonder how we can afford to sell them at the prices we ask for Bargain Sale in Hosiery We bought fifty dozen lot of Misses and Childrens Tan hose at a bargain A regu lar 10 to 150 Hose which we will sell at set pair sizes S to gs Childrens Shoes Slippers We have a good assortment in this line and we believe our styles and prices will please you Our Slippers at 49C 89 and 138 are hard to beat One lot of Ladies Shoes worth 150 we will close at 79C pair in Great Variety Our line of Corsets from 25C to zoo is complete We have the short medium and long lengths Our line of featherweights for the hot Summer days will be in this week You will be surpris ed to see how good a Corset you can buy for a little money LOGANDRYGOODS COMPANY I reachof r them I J 4r inn Ladies r omens rsets a I e I ti It t Paines Celery Compound Gives I Strength I Best spring medicine It makes the weak strong W and recommend it 1I1hU1111J11l1 IIijll11Ir fa sell I UM f ONE Y AE IN ADTANCl 100 Six MONTHS so- THKKK 35 See our Beautiful lire Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS Best Quality Low Prices OF REI MCROBER TSII CENTRAL EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAAT Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKYI R CORD THURSDAY 3Iay 18 1899 ADMIRAL DEWEY willset sail for home in a few days Every American will welcome his return but there is much danger of the reception being overdone lie has proven himself the true all matters so far but the of his conservatism will come when he paraded before the thousands of people the blare of trumpets and boom of the peaceful gun Now if when under all the excitement he from making some fool speech he will clinch hold on the reputa Lion for being the greatest living American Hobson and Coughlan did deeds of daring but by slips of the tongue and other thoughtless acts kicked all the fat into the fire stand no higher than before the war began Being a strong admirer of Dewey we cannot help but feel a little uneasiness for fear he will say too much or more than that go to licking the paint from the lips of giddy thoughtless girls THERE are a number of names in connection with republican nomination for governor and it now looks like there will be a scramble for the place The strongest man the have Hon John W Yerkes says he will not run but if the know what is good for them they will tender him the nomination and induce him to change his mind HON JNO S RHEA has taken the stump for Stone We hope the clever little will put Lancaster on his list of appointments as he is one of the ablest speakers in the state as well as a typical gentleman The Court House will not hold the crowd that will turn out to hear him should he come this Kentucky Palisades a Mrs Emily B Bristow of Coving ton owner of the famous Kentucky Palisades at High Bridge passed thro Nicholasville Saturday en route to that resort which she will place in readiness for the summer To a reporter for the Journal Mrs Bristow said that the grounds would be placed in finer condition this season than ever before and prep arations were being made by the Q C railroad to run a large number of excursions to that point this summer The dates of the annual camp have not been selected yet but it is thought that tliefcgular dates will be claimed She is in correspondence with a number of ministers and now and will offer an attractive program Jessamine Journal Blamarchs Iron Nerve Was htssplendid health Indomitable will and tremendous are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life They develop power of brain and body Only 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m heroin shouting retrains and today men- tIoned republicans brethren congressman way excursionists meeting lecturers energy Pills every testis the resultof More Local Colored Soldiers Attention The colored Regiments of the lar Army are filling up very fast there are only a few vacancies left All ablebodied colored men who can read and all exsoldiers who desire to reenlist should call at once at the Recruiting Office In Lexington Busi College Building Main Street near post oilice Lexington Ky ma4tf Johnnie Has Hi Gun Harry McCarty of the Nicholas vine Journal says A newspaper man is the last person in the world to harm anyone but If the midnight ma rauder who tried to get into the house of the junior editor at an early hour Monday morning attempts it again lie will think Dewey has his ships sta tinned around Kicholasville We have two fiat irons heavily loaded a hatch et with two edges and an Immense broomstick that has never failed to knock a man senseless Besides our diamonds and rubies are kept at the printing ottice in the safe with the medical cuts The Gospel Truth No town ever become a city because of its natural advantages These things may constitute a most helpful factor but a hustling energetic people to utilize these natural advantages and bring thenito the notice of seeking a location and to health seekers searching fora home than this residents of a town must take an active interest in all affairs They should use their to make it an attractive place to live only attractive in but in all that goes to make life pleasant and tolerable Every man that goes a way from should be a walking advertisement of the town and those that stay at home should make every effort to justify his representations Middlesboro What a Contrast In Louisville Monday we had to call upon several of the most prominent and busiest men in the city The cordial manner in which they receive callers caused us to think of the great contrast between such men and those highcockalorems of a little crossroads town The former have time to stop and talk to people while the latter cannot lay down their pens two minutes for fear the globe will cease revolving We would much tempt to get a five minutes chat with backwoods who is drawing a salary of probably 500 a year washing We once had trio honor of talking with Speaker Reed in his pri vote office and we gained admission to that closely guarded retreat much easier than we could get a five talk with the overage hayseed who thinks the welfare of the nation is resting on his little 2x4 shoulders Bosh L N Low Rates Agent G M Patterson has been or dered to make the following special rates Roundtrip tickets to Charlotte N C on this account at one firstclass fare June 18 19 20 and 21 limited to July 1 also on June 26 and 27 limited to July 3 Ironclad sage forms to be used Roundtrip tickets to Asheville N his I investors ore municipal influence innot appearance Record occasion presidentmogul minutes a DI Dllddlesb ind continuous und ono pas CAN SELL YOU Paint V Wall Tintings Cheaparthan any House in this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced LILLARD STOUTC DANVILLE RY A BUSINESS EDUCATION IB nbslutely to the yon or young woman who would Mman necessary t Is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank THE BRYANT 8TBATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE success in liCe Tbis beingcoo ed r Ili LOUISVILLE KY BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND y LLEAR1PHY Seven experienced teachers each one specialist In his line 5fc Graduates a beautiful book giving from graduates pro 1 over the United be mailed 1ov IBEB 4 Wri- itestimonials occu f57 Xx IjI to this account at one fare June 13th to 16th Inclusive final limit June 30th Ironclad continu ouspassage forms to ba used Roundtrip tickets toSt Louis at the firstclass limited fare ironclad signature form of ticket to be used by agents who have them continuous passage in each direction to be sold June 18th 19th 20th with limit June 25 1899 tickets to Roanoke Va at one fare May 17th limited to May 25th account Annual Meeting German Baptist Brethren Ironclad continuouspassage forms to be used I Feswendeii Lecture The large auditorium of the Chris tian church was crowded last Sunday night to listen to the lecture of Mrs Susan S Fessenden of Boston No other services being held in town all denominations were represented and a spirit of unity noticeable in all W C T U meetings prevailed Powell who had kindly deferred a announced service that the lecture might be given in his church opened the meeting with devotional exercises Mrs Hubble introduced the speaker her usual gracious manner The music under the of G M Patterson passed oil pleas sully A quartet sonsisting Messrs R G Ward Letcher Owsley Mrs and Miss Eliza Lusk rendered selection and the L T L sang to the tune of Dixie the song arranged expressly for them by Mrs Eugenia Potts of Lexington Oh Lancaster and the Loyal Legion Bear the palm in all this region Work away work away work awny nol c lecture by Mrs Fessenden was the feature of the evening and was listened to with perfect attention by the large aqdience A woman of tine personality graceful and womanly on the platform strong and effective in argument she left lasting impressions for good upon her audience and gave those who came in personal contact with her a higher ideal of noble womanhood Dr J L McKee followed the lecture with a character istlcappeal and the audience showed their appreciation of the evening by responding with a generous collection The meeting closed with the by Rev Tile Falls The train service to Louisville is better than our people have ever had and nothing bettor could be de sired save day passenger trains We had occasion to visit the Fans City Monday and left here at 1120 noon The train arrived in Louisville at 430 several hours before close of business hours Between then and leaving time of returning night train 830 we were able to see a number of men take a look at the Baptists in the shop windows and swap lies with a number of friends getting home at 252 that night While many of theBaptist delegates had left the city yet the black Prince Albert coat and chickenset mouth were largely in the majority on the streets and around the hotels The outgoing trains were filled with delegates and we heard many express their delight in the royal way the Kentucky people had treated them The races are being well attended but some said the horses were not up to the usual standard to be seen at Louisville We presumed the men doing such talk had barked up the wrong tree and in consequence were soured on the world Sam Jones has the devil suspended by the tail and the large tent is crowd el with people anxious to hear and sec the great gospel spreader riddle old Satan and throw hot shot into the community at large The Lancaster people we saw during the few hours were Bob Hughes Sam Harris Burt Spencer Frank Marks bury and several others all of whom are in good health and prospering Louisville has furnished employment for a great many Lancaster people and those who have gone there and hus tied are now in good position Some fifteen or twenty Lancaster young men have taken the Bryant Stratton business course and through that institution secured positions of honor and profit Lancaster Graded The trustees of Lancaster Graded Common School met and reelected the entire faculty the teach ors having applied according to law They increased the salary of cipal and three lady teachers Mr W I Williams was elected secretary and Mr Theodore Currey was president of the board The most perfect harmony prevails with the Board of Trustees the Faculty and the people Prof Patterson is giving satisfaction and the school is the pride of our community A vote of thanks was tendered Capt Wm Herndon and Mr Theo Currey for their thorough work as secretary and president of the board the same meeting it was unanimously solved That Prof Patterson and his en tire corps of teachers including the prin of the music department and the in the Kindergarten are entitled to and are hereby tendered the thanJcs of this Board for the efficient and sans factory manner in which schoo as been conducted In order that the benefits of the I Lancaster Graded may be ex tened only to those entitled to hem by the terms of thejaw the rules are adopted Only the following children are en to free tuition in the Lancaster First Those bM ail school t Con fut class Roundtrip to 22d previously in Logan several children Christian bene- dIction f nOv lastSaturday the prin reelected t pal aSsistant part ent radedC41 y r I Mr and fin Mrs oRe leaderships baud the Campbell CIt peep School A able the J r School folio Wing titled imgn xilatll r who are Y4 Y i1 of ents for the pil tees the of ry to M is and have a legal residence in the school district The legal iesidence pupils is with parent or par If neither Is then their legal residence with their guardian yhose residence is within cjistricti riot entitled to free tuition may be Emitted to the school on the payment in a lyilnce of tuition at such rates as niay Iroru time to time be fixed by the Board of Trustees Pupils not entitled to free tuition will not be received by the principal into the school unless dence is produced that tuition bceii paid in advance for the time which the pupil is entered or on order in writing of the Board of Trustees entered on the record book A certified copy of such order pre sented to the principal will be author ity to him for the admission of a pu or pupils No children under school age will be Admitted at any time By order Of Boardof Trus TiiEo 3u Yj Prest- WM HEUNDON Plants Sweet Potatoes Tomatoes and Plants fresh from the bed tf Geo Smith Jr Will Preach Sunday Rev Massce will fill his pulpit at Baptist Church Sunday morning For Pleasant Grove Church The ladies of Pleasant Grove church will serve strawberries in the near the church Tuesday eve ning the 23rd Doors open at six oclock Admission 25 cents AVhccicr AVllson E May 17 89 Lancaster Ky Dear sir Please deliver to me one your Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines I understand they are the lightest running and latest improved Machine on tho market ClIAKLES E POWELL Colored Recriiltti The War Department has wired T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ky to enlist colored ap plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser vice sending the former to Fort Grant cellent opportunity for young colored men to get into the regular Army Recruit for white Infantry and Caval regiments are also wanted Apply LIEUT W T JOHNSTON f10tf Main St Lexington Ky ITIrtsonryExpoued An Illinois boy was asked to write an essay on Masonry and here is what he wrote King Solomon was a man who lived so many years in the country that he was the whole push He was an wise man and one day two women came to him each holding to the leg of a baby and nearly pulling it in two and each claiming it And King wasnt feeling right good and he said Why couldnt the brat have been twins and stop this bother And then he called for his machete and was going to Weylerize the poor innocent little baby and give each woman of it when the real mother of the baby said Stop Solomon stay thy hand Let the old hag have it If I cant have a whole baby 1 wont have any Then Solomon told her to take the baby and go home and wash its face for he knew it was hers He told the other woman to go chase King Solomon built Solomons Temple and was the father of Masons He had seven hundred wives and three hundred lady friends and thats why there are so many Masons in the world papa says King Solomon was a warm member and I think he was hot stuff myself That is all I know about King Solomon Exchange TltejEagle King of all Birds I noted for its keen sight clear an distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes any kind of granulated lids McRoberts Drug Store 1m Recruits for the Philippine The Recruiting Officer in Lexington has just received orders to enlist a number of white men for service in the regiments now in the Philippine Islands These men will be sent di rect to San from Lexington and from there to Manila This will make a fine trip for able bodied men and not over 35 years of age It will be a chance to the world and possibly make a trip round it Persons desiring to enlist should apply at once to the officer in Lexington in order to be in time may 4tf June Number ofThe Delineator Is called the early Number combines an immense amount 01 anthoriltative and applicable adviceto what is newest most beautiful in of Fashion including special illustrations of Bridle s with a profusion of Literary Social Household A box pt oranges By Anna Browd recounts sprightly fashion the exciting thesolution of an enigmatical gift A Perfect Clare Bunce is a particularly seasonable of Commence mentdays iri College News are with a delightful college Girls and Me characterized by the usual test and humor a more disr Domestic character are the artifcles A Talk to Mothers Edna S by Amelia Sulzbacher The ments Fancy Embroider iesby Haywood Social y Prank Learned The Dressin Knitting Tfie Latest Books a grist of indispensable in formation s irt ggr ingr age rt13yr be or imthe I SecondChildren Sec Cabbage andevening schoolhouse Orders Arnold Lt- V Douglass awfully Solomon apiece herself of Sold at Francisco see entirely recruiting Summ and suggestions by Laws fuel Novelties De mm vances roc rl h fJ i J t i to W theirs cv h a W 3v y unmarried tile world Rob Car Yis itherspoon and Frozen Stitches and 0 The I 1 Sets esr n 1 rest I STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST Ia v 2 E v lak ern Of ti e CONVICTS PARDONED hail Mauslaushter W K Marritt Murder Harmon Itarlow Attempted Murder and Chas William FKAUKFORT Ky May 17 Acting now II W Hall sent from Harlan county for 21 years for manslaughter W K Marritt sent from Pulaski county in 1883 for life for murder Harmon Barlow sent from Hart county for two and a half years for shooting with intent to kill Charles Williams colored sent from Fayette county for three years for malicious shooting and wounding He has consumption and Prison Physician Tobin recommended his pardon A HORRIBLE SUICIDE A Woman Placed Her Mouth Under a Turned on the Boiling Water and Died In Agony HopKirfsvniE Ky May 17 Mrs Belle Coleman an inmate of the west lunatic asylum died at that from the effects of an attempt at suicide aged 40 She had long been possessed of a mania to suicide eluding her attendants Sunday she locked herself in a bathroom and placing her open mouth under a turned on boiling hot water which down her throat her body blistering and burning the nkin off until she sank unconscious She attempted to suicide once before by shooting herself through the breast with a pistol The body was taken to her home at Bowling Green for buriaL GIGANTIC SCHEME ON FOOT Timber and Mineral Lands to Be Bought Up by H Syndicate in West Virginia null Kasteru Tennessee MIPDLESBOROUQU Ky May is A gigantic scheme appears to be on foot to buy up the vast timber and mineral lands throughout Western Virginia and Eastern Tennessee and to build railroads to all principle points to them up to trade It is said there are millions of dollars interested in the project There are thousands acres of the richest lands in the world lying idle in this section because of the lack of railroad facilities The Virginia Coal and Iron Co is ostensably at the head of this scheme to monopolize this land but it is believed that northern and English capitalists are backing the company Groom of a Week Killed WILUAMSTOWH Ky May 1C Guy Williams was accidentally killed by the discharge of a shotgun in his own hands He was loading the gun pre paratory o going hunting when the gun went off He was married last week to Miss Edna May Castleman Just one year ago his brides father was thrown from a horse at this place and died in a few hours from his in Charged With Forgery BOWLIKG GREEN Ky May 14 A nicely dressed young man aged 21 named Ray was arrested at Rockfield Friday charged with forgery It is al leged that he obtained the names of two parties and wrote an order from one to the other The forgery was discovered and the money was not paid On the Way to Apia LEXINGTON Ky May to a cablcgrrm from Auckland New Zealand James H Mulligan United States general to Samoa left Saturday for Apia where he will appear before the joint high sion of to represent the in terests of planters and business men of the island Ihe Mayors Salary Attached LEXISOTOX Ky May suit has been filed against Mayor Simrall by Prof A H Gordon of Alle gan academy this county for and he prays that the mayors salary be not paid over to him until the is satified Two Drowned HOPKIXSVIIXE Ky May 13 Rev Peter Bronaugh one of the best known colored baptist preachers in thiare gion and his little grandson were swept from their buggy and drowned while attempting to ford a swollen stream within the city Units Quarreled Over a Fence ALBANY Ky May 14 In a quarrel which grew out of the tearing down of some fences Ann Ellen Denny shot and seriously wounded her cousin Parker Marcum Will Not Make the Race LEXISGTOS Ky May 16 Mr P Stoll of this city who has been so frequently and so flatteringly spoken of as a republican candidate for governor will not make the race His business interests demand all his Belmont In XoaUTllle LOUIBVIUE Ky May and Mrs Perry Belmont arrived in the city Sunday night and have engaged a box race for Monday after SIIBLBTVIUR Ky May 15 Several oases of smallpox were discovered here Prompt and action was taken by tlie officials and all sent to the pcsthouse There is no danger of an epidemic Caadldata for Senator MpHKHEAD KyvMay Rev L E a Methodist minister of this place has announced a candl date state senator subject to the iis 33 I FOUR uW pardonSservingterms Faucet institution dan faucet andover Vast juries 15In response former 16An attachment judgment Richard 16Mr at the noon Smallpox Cases aUthelbJTlUe cues Ian tic3 t1 wi eetat U Jl r 0 ran op u tom the powers Siam me course Fe oral efficient a himself for lictto of tliie noires Qwligcv tty 1 6 FOUND UNCONSCIOUS rylor Iartcr Was Found In a Field Near Bloody tone WAS by Ills bide COLUMBIA Ky May man found near Jabez Russell county Wednesday in an unconscious was Taylor Larter a highly and well to do citizen of that county He died Wednesday night without regaining coiiseiousncs A large stone found near the body was covered with blood and hair and is supposed to have been the weapon used Larter disappeared a week ago and had not been seen since until found by his wife He is sup posed to have been in the field where found since he disappeared It is an field It is said that Lar ter some time ago discovered some crooked work and told of it The au thorities are working on a clew as to the murder ZINC AND COAL OIL From a Cliff Crude 011 Rons in tarje Struck a Match and Barely Escaped LOUISVILLE Ky May 14 Lewis county is all excitement over the dis coveries of zinc apd coal oiL Crude coal oil in halfpint flasks are coming from hand to hand Friday morning and broughtfromsoutheast It spurts from a stone large quantities Congressman S JPugh says the work of boring will right away A Mrs Hathaway had a narrow escape from death while vis icing the scene of the discoveries with her husband She touched n match to the ground when flames shot up Her dress caught fire and the blaze was ex tinguished with difficulty To Prevent Lynching CAIIIOUX Ky May 14 Jailer became alarmed Thursday night over the prospect of a mob appearing to hang Bryant Taylor who got a ten year term in the penitentiary for the murder of Joe Logsdcn at Owensboro took him from the jail shortly after dark and handcuffed him to He took him to a barn in tho Long Falls two miles from and kept him all night They got back to jail about daylight There was no sign of a mob however Hardln Copnty Annual Fair EUZABETUTOWX Ky May 16 The directors of the Ilardin County Fair association have decided to hold their fourteenth annual fair September 5 7 and 8 The first day will be ladles day The second day be Louis ville day and a cordial invitation will be extended to the Commercial club of that city as well as all other citizens the thud is Hardin county day Drank Green Paint HAKRODSBURG Ky May 13 The twoyearold son of Rev John Taylor near here found a pint can of green paint where it had been left by some painters Thursday morning and drank half of it He is in a critical condition Married la a Baggy man aged 38 years were married in a in front of the court house Thursday It was their second Substation at Covlngtoa Ky WASHINQTOX May 17 The postoffict department has ordered the on July 1 of Substation No the Covington Ky postoffice at tho corner of Twentieth street and MaW son avenue Horseahoera Meet LOUISVILLE Ky May 10 The con vention of the International Union of Horseshoers began here Monday morn ing at Odd Fellows temple The was devoted to exercises of Delegates are present from all parts of America and Canada Among the officers here is Organiz r Fred Bazeley of Cincinnati Wholesale Indictment OWIJTOBVILLE Ky May 17 The grand jury has returned 19 against the Standard Oil Co for peddling oil without a license Ten different insurance companies were for conspiracy and forming trusts Peculiar Accident HopKEfsviLLz Ky May 13 S D Chestnut a wealthy planter was in mending a barbed wire fence when a sharp end of the metal flew back and striking him in the eye its sight entirely Georgetown Won GEOKGETOWX Ky May 17 The baseball teams of Kentucky university of Lexington and Georgetown college played here Monday afternoon George town winning by the score of 9 to Georgetown held first place in the league New Kentucky Postmasters WASHISQTOX May 17 The follow ing fourthclass postmasters were com missioned in Kentucky Monday Hail Pulaski county William Hargis PU grim Martin county Bettie Fanin The Kentaeky atmecabeetu FR4NKFOBT Ky May 18 The third fr annual session Kentucky state con vention of the Order of Knights di Macabees convened at the state capital Monday The delegates will be welcomed by CoL Fred H private secretary to Gov Bradley Kentucky f nHto Meek Lom8VnLi Ky May 17 The a k jannual convention 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SALE SATURDAY Phone 85 8 PLACED y y I L I CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY May 18 1899 Admiral Pence of Somerset was in town Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Carter are in Louisville this week Dexter Ballon of Stanford was here a few days this week Miss Hattie Arnold has been visiting her cousin Mrs T M Arnold Miss Mae Z Hughes has returned from a visit to Louisville relatives Master George Dunlap is visiting his cousins Joe and Louis Burnside Sam Harris of Louisville spent Sunday with his parents in this city Mr Hugh of Danville spent last Sunday with his cousin Bruce Arnold Jesse Sweeney has been visiting and attending to business in Adair county Miss Jennie Burnside is visiting Miss Dove Harris on Richmond Mrs John E Stormesand Miss Mag gie Tomlinson visited Danville Mon dayMrs McMurtry and daughter of Logana are visiting relatives in this cityMrs Mollie Durham of Middleburg is visiting her daughter Mrs I S WesleyMiss Powell of Hustonville is the guest of her brother Elder Charles PowellThe Aid Society will meet with Mrs L F Hubble Saturday af ternoonMiss P Dunlap will arrive ths week to visit Miss Mary Landram BurnsideMiss Thurmond has been vis lUng Miss Katie Simpson at the Ma son Hotel Mrs Mary E Young and son Chas W have been visiting friends in Lin coln county Circuit Clerk Will Hamilton return ed Monday night from a weeks visit LouisvilleA of pretty little Ed na Mason appeared in Sundays Cou rier Journal Mrs John E Stormes attended the ChristensMarrs wedding in Danville last Thursday Miss Mattie Elkin has returned from a visit to herfriend MissMary Welch NicholasvilleCasey a Lexington law yer was here visiting his sister Mrs Mrs W R Cook Miss Mary Burnside has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Wm Lackey in Buckeye Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks of Nicho lasville is the pretty little visitor of Miss Margurite Kinnaird Misses Henri Fish of Stanford and Gene Dick of CrabOrchardhave been visiting Miss Rella Arnold Mrs J T Arnold and Mr and Mrs T M Arnold spent last Sunday with Geo T Arnold and family Mrs Tom Boyd and two pretty chil dren have been visiting Mrs U D Simpson at the Mason Hotel Cash Pumphrey who has a good po sition at the Lakeland Asylum is via sting his parents in this city i f J I LERS0NAI I Avenue 1 I 1 1 t i f S i Col J Fleece Robinson is back from the South and we are glad to note the fact that his health is much improvedWe Judge Wm McKee Duncan in Louisville Monday and had a pleas ant chat He is in fine health and asked many questions about his old homeLancaster friends regret to learn of the death of Claude infant son of Mr and Mrs M A Archer which oc curred at Parksville Monday The child was twelve weeks old Gen and Mrs D R Collier went over to Danville to spend the day with their sick relative Capt Geo H Dobyns whose many friends will be sorry to learn is very critically ill Miss Margaret Murphy was in Lou isviile Friday and Saturday to consult an occulist The change of time cans ed her to miss Monday mornings train much to her annoyance and de lay Misses Ruth Duncan Emma Spruce and Lucy Saunders of Nicholasville anb Marshal Davis of Sulphur Well have been visiting Mrs Jeff Dunn and Ike Dunn Jr near Bryantsville this week Will Ward proprietor of the Lan caster Mills was the guest of his brother lIon Sam Ward Sunday and Monday Mr Ward has property in terests in here and will contribute liberally toward the upbuilding and improvement of the Colonel Judge M C Saufley we are glad to see is improving in health and strength under the treatment of Dr George Gilden who prescribes fresh water threetimes a day from the old Harrodsburg Spring George gets the water and sees that his patient imbi bes plentifully Harrodsbury Sayings It was a pleasure to ride to Louis ville with Capt John Rose conductor on the L N road and his familiar face made us feel decidedly at home on the train Capt Rose lived here quite a while and no one had more friends than he lIe is considered the best conductor on the K D his work being as straight as a die We have received a book of views of the Omaha Exposition sent by our young friend Mr Charles W Frisbie lOW located in that city He with Ir Rainey has the advertising on the guide art catalogue programs and daily bulletins Mr F says every thing points to a success of the and we trust his fondest hopes will be realized Mrs Josephine E Scroggs of Alt Vernon spent Sunday with Mrs G M Patterson She is District superinten dent of Loyal Temperance Legion work and Sunday afternoon made an interesting address before the Lancas ter Legion in the Christian church At the conclusion she arranged the children in front of the church and secured a picture of them with her kodak Mrs E D Potts has upon two occa sions lately been the surprised recipi ent of distinguished honors Several weeks ago she was unanimously ap pointed President of the Guild of Christ Church Cathedral and even in this short space of time she has given new zeal and activity to that already efficient organization The member ship also has increased largely Her later distinction is the Presidency of the Historical Society of the Daugh ters of the Confederacy and a letter of warm congratulation has been re ceived by the Lexington Chapter this excellent appointment from the State President Mrs Basil Duke Lexington Herald townLivingston venture upon Rev Chas Ohnstensen of Athens Ala and Miss Harriet Lucy Marrs were quietly married last Thursday at the home of the brides mother Mrs Sarah Ellen Marrs in Danville Elder James Lane Allen pronouncing the in a beautiful and impres sive manner The attendants were Mr Emmet Marrs and Miss Ollie Marrs There was no attempt at and the guests were limited to immediate kinspeople and one or two intimate friends After a delightful luncheon Mr and Mrs Christensen left for Vevay Ind where MirChris tensen becomes the pastor of a Pres byterian church No worthier couple ever joined their destinies and the Advocate desires to be counted in the list of hundreds of friends and admir ers who wish them Godspeed and all the joy and prosperity which good qualities merit Danville Advocate Coughed 25 years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PineTarIIon ey It has saved my C Resell Grantsburg Ill McRoberts Drug Store 1m TIIACKERY ON DEATH The following is taken from a letter of condolence written by Thackery to Mrs Proctor on the death of her moth er shortly before Thackerays death The letter is found in the biographical introduction to Denis Duval the twelfth in the valuable biographical editon of Thackerays complete works published in the United States by Harper Bros and shows the great novelist as he was at heart earnest and sublime not the cynic the that so many have considered him The introduction to the thirteen vol umes of this new edition constitute the only biography in existence of ThackerayThinking of death says Thacke ray is thinking of God inscrutable immeasurable endless beginningless supreme awfully solitary Little chil dreu step off this earth into the infin ite and we tear our hearts out over their sweet cold hands and smiling faces that drop indifferent when you cease holding them and smile as the lid is closing over them I dont think we deplore the old who have had enough of living and strivingand have buried so many others and must be weary of seems time for them to wheres the pleasure of staying when the feast is over and the flowers withered and the guests gone Isnt it better to blow the light out than sit on among the broken meats and collapsed jellies and vapid heeltaps I what I dont know but to Gods next world which is His and lie made it One paces up and down the shore yet awhile and looks toward the unknown ocean and thinks of the traveler whose boat sail ed yesterday Those we love can but walk down the pier with us the voy age we must make alone Except for the young or very happy I cant say 1 am sorry for any one who dies Weak Are Made did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and so on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store 1m We have a number of in stock and receive new ones every few days We have only the Very Latest and invite an inspection of them We know we can suit ifyou will Call anl See Tiei Tillett ceremony lifeJ satirist livingit gofor goto Eyes Strong Hats yourtaste r SallieD display 4 e gal 1 l G A R NCuteJSueamiuiient Glasgow Kentucky Slay 23 24tU Tickets on sale via the Queen and Crescent Route at one fare for tha round trip May 21st and 22d Good returning until May 26th for full particularsTo The Queen and Crescent Route has inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous Blue Grass Vesti bule Cincinnati and Lexing ton Free Parlor cars and Queen and Crescent Standard Vestibuled day coaches 4 trains daily to Cincinnati with close connection with all trains northQueen and Crescent trains are with out a peer in the South 17 miles shortest line service W C Rinearsou General Passenger Agent Low hates American Library Association Con vention Atlanta Ga May 820 1899 Annual Encampment G A H of Tennessee Rockwood Tenn May 10 11 1899 From points in Tennessee 8 A t Ask agents betwe unequalledtrain QuE cE5cET b h North A Madison county woman ord and says that forty snows have fal len the past winter A Gallatin county farmer last year experimented with two acres of horse radish and sold the crop forlG545 in the Cincinnati market He says he will double the product this year It requires very little cultivation and is a profi able crop to raise A farmer 10 miles on the Richmond pike says several farmers have engaged the next crop of hemp at 5 per cwt buyer furnishing the seed and collect the crop when broken and de Gtzette People who have once taken De Witts Little Early Risers will never have anything else They are the famous little pills for torpid liver and all irregularities of the system 1m Stormes Drug Store Some of the Long Island farmers are selling their potato crops before the tubers are planted the purchaser paying sixtyfive cents a bushel for the estimated product and taking all risks Joe and Chas Turley of Frozen Creek Breathitt county have about twenty acres of ginseng They sowed the berries among the bushes and the root grows in the state We get the information from their uncle Wm Turner of Winchester Mt Sterling Advocate consumption of beef and mutton in the United Kingdom reaches the enormous aggregate of 15SO500 tonsColby Taylor of Richmond is trying the experiment of raising English ring necked pheasants A friend sent him eleven eggs last fall and he set them the result being ten young pheasants These are now laying land hopes soon to have a whole yard full of the birds By allowing the accumulations in the tpreinaip the is poisoned DeAVitts Little Early Risers regulate the bowels Try them and you will always use them 1m Stormes Drug Store It is said that calico print works con sume 40000000 dozen of eggs a year and that wine clarifiers use about 10 000000 dozen Photographers and oth also use large quantities and the wants to the commercial arts are said to be increasing rapidly Importations of cattle from Mexico have been growing smaller for three years During last month only 3951 head came accross the border as against 18825 in March 1898 and 46177 in March 1897 Three months importa tion this year only amount to 11202 head as against 37531 a year ago and 87460 two years An English paper reports that there keptarec ingfrom liveredLexington The annuel entire system wild bowels ere ago arfr TdOO pounds 6t honey worth 155000 imported into England each The principal part f thiscomes from the United States Chili and Peru but the British and Spanish West lance Australasia Germany Canida and tHy have helped to keep up the supply The farmer that keeps up the fertility of iris soil is always planning how he can best return to the land in theshape of manures furtilizers the plant fo d that his crop has appropriated And sagerly remarks an exchange the who dosent maintain the fertility of the farm will soon have a farm that wont maintain him woman cats sufficient nour ishing food she can neither gain nor keep agootl complexion Food when digested is the of all health all strength and all beauty IIEICBINE will help digest what you eat and give you the clear bright beautiful skin of health Price 50 and 75 cts C C J E Stormes A correspondent at Alaska Ky writes One of our neighbors who has dehorned over 1000 cattle and lost only three says the dehorning should be done when the calves are ten to two weeks old by clipping the hair from around the horn close then slightly and burn with costic has never known a single case to fail and 5 cents worth will dehorn a dozen calves If dehorning is put off the animal is one to two years old the cost will be from 1 to J per head owing to the stock and it ets them back in growth from one to two months the shrinkage and cost for feeding during the time of curing making the cost The best time of the year for dehorning aged cattle is the last of October or first of Novem ber and they should have no feed or water the day of dehorning or be al lowed to run to hay or straw ricks afterwardIf interested in horses you should subscribe for the American Stock Farm Lexington Ky Tie price is 200 per year but you can se cure it from now until January 1 1900 for 100 if you will mention this pa per when writing mar30tf Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumptson Dr Bells PineTarHoncy will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentyfive cents at McRob erts Drug Store 1m Her Opinion- A woman read Mr Meekton from the newspaper may argue but she wont reason Yes answered his wife And a man as a rule doesnt do either Washington Star A Mystery Solved He For some time past I have been thinlcing I wondered what was the cause of that strange look upon youi features I had never seen it before Chicago Daily News The Brave Soldier Boy The burglaralarm went off last nightWhat did the colonel do Got up and locked his bedroom door and came back to bed Harlem Life Rather the Opposite Indignant Mother How dare you suffer him to kiss you Marguerite Sweet there wasnt any suffering about it ma Bits MOTHERS FRIEND takes married women through the whole period of pregnancy corn fort It is used externally and it relaxes the muscles so that there is no It prevents and relieves morning sickness and rising breasts labor and preserves the mothers girl ish form SI a bottle at druggists Send for a FREE copy of our illus booklet about MOTHERS FRIEND The Bradfleld Regulator Co Atlanta Ga year Indies man Unlessa base days potash Ire until J SheOh SeventeenOh dearTit I a S dampening 8 in discomfort shortens Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at CK S G Z3 3 It fully Warranted and Excels all others AllKi ndsFarmHachinery Always onHa ES No More Shakes Yucatan I Tasteless Chill c Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE Dont Take a Worthless Substitute Commercial Convention Louisville Ky May 1st 99 To the Citizens of Kentucky The undersigned appointment as an Execut ive Committee at the First Commercial Con vention of the State of Kentucky held in May 1898 were authorized to call the Second An nuel Convention at such time and place In the month of May 1890 as they judged bear The Committee held a meeting March 18th and unanimously agreed upon holding this Con vention In tho City of Louisville Monday and Tuesday May 29th and Wth The purpose for which this Convention is called should enlist the Interest of every It is solely for the promotion of the material welfare of our Commonwealth It Is strictly nonpolitical All of our Citizens are now invited to come together to take counsel as to how best promote Kentuckys material interests in all of Its branches w bother Financial Manufacturing Mercan tile Mining or Timber Other States are take irg similar action the State of Tennessee has recently held her second State Industrial Con vention Georgia has held her first and one is now called in the great State of New York By united effort and friendly connsel good grid certainly result The programme for the has been partially prepared The chosen for discussion are of practical and general importance Distinguished speak ers from different Sections of the State have been invited to Introduce these subjects and present will be invited to take part In the discussion to follow The full pro gramme will be announced later as soon as the Invited speakers have all been heard from It is proposed as last year to publish u Journal of this Convention The publication of the proceedings of the last has been distributed widely and has been of service to Kentucky The local Committee on Entertainment are arranging plans to make the visit of Delegetes pleasant in every way The Transportation Committee will arrange with the Railroad and Steamboat Companies for reduced rat s Fare The Mayor of every Town and City in the State and the County Judge of every wlll be formally requested to attend and to name list of delegate to represent with their respective Towns and Counties Each Industrial Association in the State viz Agricultural Financial Mannfactuing Mer candle Etc Is entitled to one yore awn their heartv cooperation is requested Every Kews paper be invited to a representative be entitled to all the floor and In addition all other good citizens are most cordially invited to be present at the sessions the Convention in a united effort to Kentucky abreast of the most enterprising and favored of the States of the Let us come together to discuss the best use to make of the which we and give out the Information as to those advantages to the whole country so that the redound to her prosperity an Increase m and in executive Committee asks of Newspaper in the entire Stat the publication address We recognize the powerful Influence of the Press for public good cooperation is earnestly to this every way a success Respectfully John W Yerkes Chairman I TRY t 5 Insist on YUCATAN PRICE 50c 1 Kentuckian everyone of County her wealth mike I lt 11le1toucrLS Agricultural Convention subjects themselves may e e Musical Entertainment Ky the Pupils of Institute Vctncs Iiy SJvuzj ec 3 1S 3 Anniversary Song Chorus Bur on School Salutatory Miss Bruce Handifer JJ t Ky Rtgt Qiilrkrfttip Miss Mary Snmiifor Robert of Lincoln KieitiUinn Marian Grey Clients Uays Mnt Waltz Misses N Hudson and L Price Why dont the men propose Concert recitation Quickstep Misses Sandlfer and Peacock Come to me Chant Music CluBs May Queen Dialogue Misses M A White Daet Misses M Lusk and R Anderson Rataplan Quickstep Misse KinnairJ and Smith Dialogue Misses Simpson and Anderson Dnet Misses ISurnside and Simpson Recitation Miss Lou Huflnion- Instni Solo Miss L Huff man New Year tonight Concert Uecitation Happy NewYear 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jtUU 144U Orchard Grove Joe nendricksonbas about seventy lambs They are sold at 5c Sunday school has been reorganized here and the children are happy Joe Hendrickson has returned home He has been for sometime in Tennes see buying hogs 3Ir Editor we are not dead but have been somewhat indisposed sick but the magic effect of Pr Amons medicine has enabled us feel like writing again J S Stones fine saddle mare Jew el has an exceptionally fine mule colt It stands three feet seven tall pretty as a picture and up headed as a peahen Pneumonia la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough readily yield to One Minute Cough Cure Use this remedy in time and save a doctors the undertakers jn Storraos Drug Store The recent fine rain is causing our people to praise the Lord rejoice and be glad We have not met a man with the lower cover of his mouth drawn and strange as it may seem none say it has rained too much Henry Onstott of Owenuboro is vis lUng his kinsfolk H Mid dleton of Missouri is spending tow days with his father Mr and Mrs T W Montgomery are happy over the arrival of a tine girl ten pounds shoes on Corn planting in this section is a thing of the is up and ready to be ploughed Our have hustled with an unusual gree of determination this spring wheat and oats crop never lookrd promising at this season Mrs Elizabeth daughter Maggie and Master Charlie Montgomery of Lower Garrard 3Ir and Mrs J S Stone Mrs Leila Humphrey Mrs J Onstott Miss S Barker und your scribe called Sunday to see Mrs Ed 2faylor who is very sick Fishing in the Kentucky river is better this season than for years so say old fishermen your correspondent and brother being among the lucky anglers recently caught two that weighed nine lbs without Internal improvements or clothes Mr Jim Preston caught three weighing 18 20 and 21 lbs each J D Bridge editor and proprietor of the Democrat Lancaster N H says I would not be without One Minute Cough Cure for my boy when troubled with a cough or cold It is the best remedy for croup lever used 1m Stormes Drug Store Many have set tobacco plants Grow heads the list having setting his crop He is a young man of unusual foresight has ideas of his own and is very successful He stretched wire across his plant beds over which he spread canvass It was an experiment which proved to be a decided step far in advance of the old way Girls he will make a living for you Curl your hair and look sweet At Stormes drug store a marvelous cure for all kidney complaints nervous exhaustion and female weakness It is Foleys Kidney Cure C C J E Stormes Bryantsville New goods received at Mrs Hasel dens every week J S a nice line of hand made saddles Rev Clark will fill his regular up polntment here Sunday and Sunday night For Whooping Cough Asthma or Consumption no medicine equals COUSSENS HONEY OK TAR Price 25 and 50 cts C C J E Stormes A D Cochran and family from Paint Lick spent Sunday with Dr Elliott Miss Nannie Ball is visiting in Nicholasville this week Quite a number of our citizens spent Sunday in Cincinnati C M Jennings and wife spent Sunday with J 8 Hasel den Mrs lull and daughter visit d in Lancaster the first of the week Miss Sallie Bourne has returned from a pleasant trip to relatives in Lexington Miss Minnie Ison from Wilmore spent last week with her sister Mrs Armstrong Miss Ruth Duncan and Miss Emma Spence two beautiful young ladies from Nicholas yUle spent Saturday an J Sunday with Mrs Lucy Dunn and Miss Nellie Bourne Miss Dasie Collier visited her sister Mrs Burdett Sunday Miss Sadie Turner from Middlesboro is visiting her cousin Miss Lucy Tur 0 i 11 really Inches billor here D without almost pastcorn farmers Norman finished Found Haselden has Bronchitis t a e TIre ner Couch S aU cw Os sI- o14M4a7ur f FoIs-ye4i1 aR Tan iaLgwsat l fsab- a sU1fl 4 psnh- iI ui sT s VrHayftd NUMPTIII rat Nsi y al- Ta d a 24 3 i J4vd- IVS1 Buena Vista Go to J E Scott ftfr our Binder and Binder refaift J B Ruble bought a nlce pair of work mules in Danville Monday Mr J Fletcher RuNe made a busl ness trip to Nicholasviite Monday P S Terrill sold and delivered his crop of wool to parties in Danville this week Isaac Hamilton is having an addi tlon built to his dwelling a Veranda and sitting room Richard Backley of Lower Garrard sold a lot of corn delivered at tnis place at 2 per barrel G H Ruble sold a lot of fat hogs Wm Walters of Mercer county Saturday at per 100 lbs Pr Baly pf Panville preached two interesting the Presbyte rian church at tjils place Sunday Farmers of this neighborhood are all behind with work on account of the wet weftttuir last wepfc Gardens and corn fields are almost green with In Constipation HERDING affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses will usually be found to so regulate the ex cretory functions that they are able to operate without any aid whatever Price 50 efts C C J E Stormes Mr and Mps Ben P Campbell and Mrs L B Arnold of Nfpjjolasville JOt Mrs John Perry of Hanley tbe family of Wn Lane last Wed nes3ay and Thursday Mrs Will Proctor Mercer county visited her daughter H Will Scott of thio place Monday That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Hills Thous aiuJs Of sufferers have proved their merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They nake pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by B E McBoberts Drug gist 1m Marksbury T I Herring bought of J C Boner eleven head of sheep at 84 per head Mr C 4 Robinson is havinga stone wall erected in front of will add very much to the of his pretty home Miss Hallie Rice spent last week with Miss Lida Arnold Mr and Mrs N H Bogie visited friends in Danville Sunday Miss Jennie Hig gins of Marcellufi spent Sunday with her cousin Miss Georgia Dunn Mr John Swope accompanied by Mr Speed Boner visited his parents at Middieburg bad called on his best girl Sunday Mrs W B Dunn and daughter Miss Georgia spent a very enjoyable day at the Clemens House in Danville Monday Mr and Nick Perkins and daughter Miss nie Miss Tine Johnson and Mesdames Charles Burdett and Wm Lear spent Wednesday with Mrs W A Price near Lancaster Messrs Joshua Kemper and James A Yeager and Mrs George Lawson and little son Francis left Tuesday to visit friends in Oklahoma Mrs Lawson will make it her future home Little neglected spratefces and wounds frequently result in blood poisoning Better heal them quickly with DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve a thoroughly antisepticapplication with a record of always curing piles old sores cuts wounds and skin Stormes Drug Store 1m When Wtak We rjr ftnd Wasted From Kidney Diseases why not try Foleys Kidney Cure a guaranteed medicine C C J E Stormes McCreary J W Hill and Alex Walker went to Danville Monday R L Warner has returned from Stanford where he has been for some time Misses Marie Joseph and Sallie Ross of Lancaster were entertained by Miss B Gulley the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs W T West and family of your city were the guests of Mrs Eliza Saddler Messrs Silas San didge and W E Dunn of Lincoln visited the Misses the latter of last week Little Miss Beulah Beazley has been quite sick but is better Miss Alice Saddler is this week In Lancaster Mr and Mrs Alex Walker visited Mr Will Long and wife at Marksbury last week Miss Mary Burnslde of your city was the guest of Mrs Willie Lackey Sunday Mr Clayton Wear i Twine 330 S In weeds visited Of IIeC Jess hJ appearance ulcers diseases San spending tit Mia 8 4 4 RThMA IIi Ni a- lprrUti sU tktbms V IM siss wfth tbaadisis phIEvMo- ArJvC1lpsf Al Hnii- w4Tar sl- iralba viii- p UAMMPPE 1 oft rev pnsbif sri iUSIs r r BuUG 1Sfl ItE 1 L i o o ortktree fag ad it chord to tkis Prepare for the malarial or season ty R E McRoVeVtlv ren of Lexington and Mr Ed Ross and sister Miss Pearl of Lancaster visited Miss Minnie Wearren Sunday Mr and Mrs W K Warner and little son are at home again after spending a week at Bourne Mr and Mrs Dave Anderson and little daughter visited Mr and MrsB F Broaddus Saturday night and Sunday Mr A D and Robert Hendren of in our midst Sunday If you suffer from tenderness or full ness pn the right side pains under shoulderblade constipation sickheadache and feel dull heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid and congested DeWitts Little Early Risers will cure you promptly pleas antly anc permanently by removing the congestion and causing the bile dubts to onqn arid flow THEY ARE GOOn PILLS 1m Btormes Drug Store FlatiTvood Frank Gross sold two cows to Mr J C Fox for 25 and 26 James Naylor bought a cow and calf from W T Worrell for 3000 Mr J G Burnsid0 bought some calves from Mr J C Fox Price un known There was preaching at Lawsons Chapel Sunday by the circuitrider Rev Clay James Grayson sold 7 head of hogs to McCarley Lawson for 3ic per lb amounting to 3736 It makes no difference how bad the wound if you use De Witts Witch Hazel Salve it will quickly heal and leave no scar 1m Stormes Drug Store Mrs Betty Perin has just returned from near Jlowand she has been spending several with her brother Mr George Lawson W H Furr transfered two colonies of bees for Mr J G Burnsldo last week Mrs Clouse is visiting her daughter Miss Annie Clouse of Wallaceton If you have piles CURE them use undergoing horrible operations that simply remove the results of the disease wjtjiqijt disturbing the disease itself Place ypm1 coRi nce in De Witts Witch HaKfil B l e It has never failed to cure OTHERS itwill not fail to cure you 1m Stormes Drug Store The Appetite of a Goat Isenvied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomac and liver are out of orber All Life Pills the wonderful and Liver Rentedjj gives a splendid appe tite sound a regular bodily habit that berfcci health and great energy Only 2q cents at any Paint Lich Some tobacco has been set The wheat crop hereabouts ing fine Most of the farmers are done corn The merphjmte report ji booming the front in every way There is talk of another livery here The prospective owner is Mr G W Rice who now lives in county Dr E C Poyntz has rented a house from 31r Henry Mppre a d has his office there t Kes feis meals at the Jennings Hotel A party of pretty young ladles from Richmond have been Yisttin Mrs Parks A fishing party was enjoyed by the crowd a few days ago We have a new tonsorial artist in the person of Mack Moore of Rich mond who has located here and can give you a clean shave or neat hair cut in the latest style BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headache Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain and inflammation The most penetrating liniment In the world Price 25 eta apd gQ cts C C J E Stormes Hammack E B Pointer bought seven shoats from Tom Meritt for 1050 Mr Lawson bought a nice lot of fat hogs from Mr William Davis per pound Corn planting is in full blast in this vicinity as we are a little late we will rise earlier and work harder Mrs Woods Walker started to Ills Wednesday to visit her mother and other relatives there Little Ed Walker is up and about again after his relapse Mrs Robert Martin and two children are visiting at her fathers Mr J W Newland OiaCST YOUR FyOD r per cent of all Is cacaai properly directed It create f aad then yo are to amoat disease the human heir tow Usa Dr Carlatedta German Liver ad watch tile menus Tom d elects after taking eaedose Give It Xe Dr MU ffVMft Mi MMm bufM j I t HAS tiUt Watare elf c1a4 la the rift iitH tie d to vibrate most htfa1 of all springtime and JIow do 011 feel tkat forerunner of andlTyphoii1- FeTer U as It of sickness this ZS oar advice costs yOi nothing Call on dreggist and procure a Dr Carlstet5 German Take oae dose a day at bed time for six dais the fo11ow by a bottle of Chill Toal the directions two weeks course of 1 O1- wiU feel like the hen atmosphere Is full of germs ben your system warns repeat t e a ia t biliousness w ore Y1i Not such should know that Dr Kings New gig Drug- Store is look planting spring Paint Lick Is coming to stable Madison bt WL for 3ic and oar die a aM ci 1 B J S t 1k i k 1 f S r w NaTURWARIb w4 and lie Rave you I h MaIarI so yon must Is an avoId suIt US iOat o Liler t and after these two at remedies flowet5 te spring Cj- nii4 yq Rccdici JoneS natu ally 4 Stomach trade En- field slckns by goes feel tzIl Ls YshI IwasWMecuert ij A TIMELY HINTTom jfttould be wise and see that your blood la money can buy For Colt try Dr OttoGum Balsam 25o and CO For sale R E McKuberts Misses Maud Ross and Hattie McQuery are visiting this Saturday and Sunday Mr Groove Cook and family near Crab Orchard Our correspondent attended Sunday School at GoodHope Sunday evening Quite interestingschool hope every one old and young will be interested in it and aid all in their power Nothing has ever been produced to equal or compare EYE PILE onroiENT as a curative and healing application for Piles Fissures blind and bleedingoxternal or inter nal and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum The relief is immediate infallible Price 50 cts in bottlo tubes 75 cts C C J E Stormes Volcanic Kruptrons Are grand but Skin Eruptions of joy Bucklens ArnicaSalve cures then also Old Running and Fever Sors Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Wiais Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 ots a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Me Roberts Druggist 1m Buckeye J W Brown sold to James Parks a lot of hogs at 3ic Dr Amon is putting up a telephone line from thjs place t tile Kentucky river Rev Stacker ofthe Christain church delivered an interesting sermon at the Baptist church lucre Sunday and by Pastor Pike on Sunday night A number from city attended services here Sunday Died on the 7th the beautiful and lovely baby of Mrs Morton Teater seven months This makes the third death in her family since the first of February the grief we can only tender our sym and say we know your home is draped in mourning chairs are vacant your fireside and you feel desolate but the sweet gently ones are in lifes dusty way but have reached the home prepared for all of Qofls people- F K Sutton and two little sons Allen and Paul of visited Mr and MIs Eb Dickerson Saturday and Sunday Misses Mollie and Ada Roberds and Messrs Hen dren and Barnes of Madison were guests of Miss Hattie Jones Saturday and Sunday Miss Georgie of your city was with Cordie and Nell Ray from Saturday until Non day of was oijr midst Saturday night and Sunday J apd James of Rqckcastle were visiting frionds hero Saturday and Silas Hill of Silver Creek are mingling with old friends here this 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 healtl with a few doses of WHITES PKfiA YUPfreUfii PTiee 25c C C j E Stormes carlstedts 1 German liver powder CURES INDIGESTION Tbe entering wedge for all Diseases Human system Is heir to f rich and pure and whole system put acondition use of DrCarlltedt s Liver Powder Thenwill be free from malaria typitold fever coldsand the grip Germ nLlverPowder IS beat medicine our Sit j Price Bottle withTADLEUS DUCK 11 another stricken WI8P fS ilr S 1 the t 26 1 tt It C 01 I cu r p T in you S and- re 4 robe comforter n r PRc Cr FpccbB rf s Q ltv the Fad ove TKby the dbals of aprojected rexbibitica of fatstock poultry and crodhci work I think said the chairman that An angular man in the bark of thehall stood up Have you invited Dewey Instantly all was confusion It was a Wanted a Change The man was saying all sorts of un kind things about several people who hadnt treated him fairly in a certain business venture Dont talk so dear remonstrates his good wife Be charitable You know itslove that makes the world go roundIt he snapped Well I wish It would make it go square for awhile Detroit Free Press Gone ForeTer Take back your gold the singer cried It waa not gold the man replied Twas copper and tin lost I ween For I dropped It In a 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