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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY All the friends of the Lancaster Graded Sohool are invited to attend the Commencement exercises in the Presbyterian church next Wednesday at 10 o'clock a. m. J. H. Patterson. goods. 18, 1899. Are There Any In Lancaster! The man who says he doesn't believe in advertising and refuses to use the newspapers for that purpose generally advertises in some other way. notel registers, theater programs and such things are likely to have his ad in them Then he cl a ges what he pays for space in them to advertising instead of to charity or to profit and loss, and goes on swearing that advertising doesn't pay. There ought to be a Keeley institute 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 to fill it in about fifteen minutes. National Advertiser. ONE DOLLAR A irEAR ChampionBinder Champion Draw LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Tiimmm mm imiMmiMUMimmuR Highest price in Harness cheaper than any phpe in your Eggs, at W. J. Rojians. town. A Paint Licit Enterprise. Black mare, about 15 hands high, Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by feet. Had Timothy Hay six years old, four white have same Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting Fancy Clover and We are better prepared than ever to saddle on her. Owner can J. A. Beazley & Co. sold and delivered anywhere iiiMown by proving property and paying expen with ready sale every where. Persons sell you carpets. by G.S. Gaitrtss who have used it say it's a marked 1- - t. JLIIOSirSON. ses. We will pay 10 cents per dozen for success and a sure cure for Fistula, you wish to dress correctly ? If Do Decoration. Eggs in goods. R. L. Jennings & Co., Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargeso,buy your clothing, shoes and hats, Paint Lick. The graves in our Cemetery will be ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It Is sold on of R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. decorated with bsautiful flowers on a written guarantee, and money reBring in your old vehicle and have appropriate and impos3 The flowers of Spring put to shame May 30, while will be canducted by funded if not as represented. made new. Wont coslyou much. it the old dusty carpets. Buy a new one ing ceremonies W. J.j Romans. No Trains. blue and of the Special Rates to Washington D. C. of R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. the veterans of the The gentlemen who told us the new The Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. will gray. For Rent. sell round trip tickets to Washington trains would be put on this branch liullding Lots. I have about 05 acres of good Clover Strawbt-rrD. C. and return on May 22d. at one were evidently talking through then Suppi r. you want to buy a nice Building If to rent cheap. The George Hudson Mission Band, fare for the round trip, tickets good hats, as the spring schedules went in 1 to 4 acres Lot I can sell you one'from Wm. II. Kinnaird. 3t - ten days from date of sale, on account to effect Sunday, and if a day passen ' cheap. T. Cukkey. of Paint Lick church, will give astraw- of the Peace Jubilee. Two Limited ger train has visited Lancaster no one berry supper at residence of Mr. J. A. I have second hand Surries, Buggies Doty Tuesday night the 23rd. Ad Vestibulcd Trains fiom Lexington and lias heard of the fact. The day trains k up Don't b r and Phaetons at a bargain., over on the K. D., have been madi V. J. Romans. Break up the old furniture and buy mission only 20 cents. A large crowd Central Kentucky daily. Geo. W. Barney Div. Pass. Agent. earlier, but our present train wih new of R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint is expected. continue to pass down at 11:20 ai wish to rent "out the property Lick. I Big Times at Richmond. Republican Committee. n it has been doing heretofore. There is to Mrs. Susan Fisher, on There is a movement on foot to hold only one way to get L. L. "Walk This committee met at Club Discontinued. the day trains, and street. Possession given imtrotting and pacing races at Richmond that is to go before the general man Dr."' McKee requests The Recokd er's office, on Saturday and agreed to BKAZLET& BAUGHSAH. mediately. J. W. Swkknby. to say .the Social Club has been dis hold a mass meeting, to appoint dele in July in connection with the street ager and explain to him the tenfold gates to the state convention. The fair that is to be held there. From advatages the company would reap bj Now is the time to get a Dig bargain continued until next Fall. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, time for the mass meeting is to be the way the Richmond papers speak running their trains to Rowland. The Surrey, Buggy, Phaeton or Road in a of the scheme, it will be a go. The Commercial Club should Lost Gold Seal, fixed by the chairman. take up the can get harness at cost Wagon. You street fair will be conducted in the matter. Or watch charm, near Fork Church It can be done. of, a vehicle. when you buy any kind Bis Storm. city in the forenoon, and the races at Liberal reward for return to Richar W. J. ROMANS. A teriffic wind and hail storm visit the track in the afternoon. Water Works. Ryan at Hamilton House. A number of have petit ed Lancaster Friday afternoon and, Itcsldeucc Burned. Danville Court. ioned the committee, which, was apfor a time, looked like a cyclone was Dissolution. Many of our citizens went to DanThe residence occupied by Messrs. The firm of xVrnold & Hamilton has bearing down upon us. Many trees ville Monday, ostensibly to attend pointed by the City Board of Counci; tVlex. Gibbs and Brannon Beazley, to report on the advisability of estabwere uprooted, telephone wires crossed Mr. Hamilton retiring. court, but in fact, to hear Hon. W. J. lishing water works, to report favor near Hiattsville, was destroyedby fire. been dissolved, The livery business will be continued and garden truck damaged. Stone, candidate for governor, speak. ably. The most potent reason urged, Loss about $500. by Mr. Arnold at the same stand. Bill. Mr. Stone has many enthusiastic fol- for favoring the enterprise, is the fact Strayed or Stolen. If a young lady has red hair, it is lowers here, who claim that they will that insurance rates would be rcducco The Kent on the ITIurkct. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMSunday night, 14th, brown mare, if her brother has red hair, carry the county for him. Eight, five which would y the tax Hoosier Corn Planters, Brown Cul- auburn, but 15 hands high, 9 years old, not in very Bill." If the young BALMING a SPECIALTY. tivators, Johnston Roller, "Barring Disc he is has a four dollar position in a Federal and three Confederate veter- levied for the works. Beside this, the good condition. Natural pacer. lady ans, went in one wagon and they are comfort and convenience derived from Harrows, Decring Binders ""and MowIrvine Million, Kirksville. store, it is a position, but if Bill has all for Stone. She system is beyone estimation, whei. G. S. Gaines. ers. the same place, he has only a "job." compared to the present condition of Carpets, &c. Take a Paper and Read' It. Public Speaking. Last Notice. Everyone should take a good, wide- affairs. Again, the Sanitary conditPremiums. Hon. W. J. Stone, candidate for Only a few more days to pay your will speak at the Court Governor, The Howard Tailoring Co., of Chi awake paper and keep posted as to the ion of the town would be improved, pay and save the when we arc possessed of the means U. House, in Lancaster, on Monday, May school tax, come, cago, is giving a pure fur felt hat with many frauds. It is said that the penalty and cost of advertising. JOHN T.JOHNSTON W.McC JOHNSTON. men cleaned up about $400 in remove filth and clean the town gen29th, at 2 o'clock r. m. Everybody in each suit sold during May. They are may-1- 8 E. W. IIaukis, Col. vited. "A 1" hats and the latest styles. Uo Cloverport on circus day and a large erally. Statistics show that disease JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON change in prices. Fits guaranteed share of it was from nancock county is less prevalent in towns with works Good Timber. Another Protracted Hocting, Give us a trial order, as many are do- men who followed the circus from than in those without them. We hope In a note from Dr. McKee he says The friends of Mr. Joe E Robinson ing. Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, Hawesville. Had the hayseed been that the Boerd will consider the mat M. D. Hughes, agent. that at the close of the present meet- are urging him to announce for the readers of their home paper, they ter deliberately before taking action. LANCASTER, KY. ing at Christian church, a similar one Legislature. Joe would make a good Notice. would have koown better. Notice to Trustees. will be held in the Presbyterian rapresentative, as he is a Not having the time to collect them, Under instructions from the State ed young man. church. I have left my accounts in the hands R. L. Good Tor Garrard Man. J.E.UOBIN'SON JXO.T.HA.TS, J.I.HAMILTOK, Walker, living near town, has Superintendent two Trustees were of E. Brown for collection. All those G. A. It. Teachers' Examination. elected in each School District in indebted will please call at his office, forty acres corn that is up several inchAn important meeting of the G. A. Examination for white teachers will Hays, Hamilton & es, and is perhaps the best in the coun- Garrard County last October; the. one be held in my oflice, May 19 and 20. R., will be held Saturday afternoon. the Police Court room and settle at ty. He comes from Garrard that is receiving the greatest number of votes Lackey, Attorneys and Counselers at Xaw The examination for colored teachers Steps will be taken toward securing once and save cost. W. H. agent. noted for its fine corn raising and Jes- to qualify as the regular trustees on by E. Brown, will be held at same place, May 2(3 and the next state encampment, and all it. samine farmers might learn a few July 1 1805), and the one receiving ' ma-427. LANCASTER, KY. Elisa J. Lusk, Sup't. members are urged to be present. points about the cultivation of this next to the greatest number, to qualcrop by casting their eyes westward as ify at once to fill a vacancy supposed Henry and John Duncan have con they go out the Keene pike. Jessa- to.be then existing. Since that elecsolidated their shops and are now in tion the Court of Appeals has decided the old stand over Powell's store, cor- mine Journal. that there was no vacancy at that Commencement Exercises. ner Public Square and Lexington that street. Polite attention, sharp razors, The commencement exercises of the time, butyear the old Trustees hold longer. Hence, the man clean towels and many years experience Graded School will be held in the over one receiving next to fit them to do the best of work. tf. Presbyterian church next Wednesday qualified through the greatest vote mistake and was, in morning at 10 o'clock. There are four reality, never a Trustee. Therefore, Thu Sidewalk. graduates, MissesOliviaSwc eney, Mary The citizensare beginning tocomply Burnside, Maybelle Royston and Mr. the one who received the GREATEST with the sidewalk ordinance and many James Anderson. The public is cor- NUMBER OF VOTES at the October new pavements are being laid. A new dially invited to attend the exercises election will be recognized by me as one will be put down the entire length and the building will doubtless be tax- the legal Trustee forthe ensuing term and he will according'y qu;.lify some of Richmond street on opposite side ed to hold the crowd. time during the month of June. from the present plank walk. Many Handsome Tribute. 3t. Elisa J. Ltjsk. Co. Sunt. others are in course of construction. The Monument recently placed in Old Vets In Danville. the Landram lot of the Cemetery Fair at Richmond. A large number of Confederate vet here, was erected by Mrs. William C. The ladies of Boonesboro Chapter, D, met at Danville Monday The choicest styles you will find in 25 and A. E., says The Register, assisted by McFarland to the memory of her fa- erans an enjoyable reunion. The and Adheld ther and mother. It was the desire vocate says the veterans assembled in 50 cent, the best values you will find anywhere. the prominent horsemen and stockmen of both Mrs. McFarland and her hus of Madison county, will hold a fair at the side yard of the Hotel at half-pathe fair grounds in Richmond June 1st band that the monument should be of twelve and about one o'clock Captain Mens New Puffs, Teck, Four-ln-Hand- s, and 2nd. The proceeds will be devot- Scotch Granite, but Gen. Landram of Richards summoned the boys to dined to erecting a monument at Boones ten expressed a preference for white ner with a bugle call when the colClub Bows. marble and his wishes were consider boro. umn set out in double-quic- k march ed in the selection made. toward the dining room. The decora Contractors. Protracted Meeting. tions there were artistic and in keepMessrs. Hocker and Greening, of Special revival services began at the ing with the occasion. Lincoln county, were here a few days church on Monday night. The dinner, prepared by Capt. Rich ago making estimates on building the Christian The pastor, Eld. C. E. Powell, is as ards and his most excellent wife, was Owsley block, with a view to putting sisted by Eld. E. L. Powell, an elo a splendid interpretation of genuine in a bid for the contract. Dr. Owsley quent minister of Louisville. Large Old Kentucky cookery. It was not is in the band wagon and the procescrowds are attending, much interest served "a la carte," nor strung out in sion of enterprise is moving grandly is manifested and a rich harvest of small dishes through seven or eight on. souls is expected. The meetings will courses, leaving a man as hungry as likely continue two weeks, and an in- when he sat down, but was put on the Runaway. Mr. Robert Brown was driving near vitation is extended to everybody to table in barbecue style and in quantiPaint Lick, last Sunday, when his attend, regardless of condition in life ties sufficient to feed a multitude. On horse took fright, as he raised an urn or religious faith. The object is to do motion, it was agreed to hold a reun ion every year. brella, ran at full speed, Mrs. Brown good for all classes of people. jumping out and having her collar Dastardly Deed. Hope They'll Come Here. bone fractured, while the baby was Kentucky boys will start in next The Guthrie, Oklahoma Leader pubBlack, Tan, Vicies, Patent Leathers, in fact everything bruised up and the buggy torn to winter with empty pocketbooks. lishes an account of the brutal shoot pieces. Wallace's, Forepawh's and Ringling ing of Miss Ella.Arnold in that city by in Shoes. Prices lower that you . can that is Bros, circuses will all visit the state this a man named Purdens. The young Handsome Business Cards. B. Arnold, forfind them anywhere; besides you get free shines with shoes Tom Hammond and Frank Pumph season, to say nothing of four or five lady is a daughter of I. county and is widely con rey, of Thk Recokd office, have made smaller tented aggregations that are merly of this from $2 50 up. arrangements with a city firm where already headed this way. The largest nected here. The brute who commitwas a constable and by they can give you 100 handsome dog show in the business is already in ted the crime of the young lady's went to cards in a handsome alumi the state for a month's tour, and brother-in-la- the house business to serve some papers. Buffalo Bill's Wild West will visit num case for only 50cts. The case has your name engraved thereon and the most of the larger towns. What a There being no men about the premi feast for young America and his no ses, the man became abusive and; whole outfit is pretty, and others. Ex drawing a huge revolver, started In less interested grown-u- p Give the boys an order. the door. Miss Arnold reached for a Missionary CoatrlbulIoH. revolver when the big Exchange Leased. shot Mr. Jesse Walden has leased of Dr. Elder C.E. Powell delivered a strong her. The ball passed through the sermon, at his church, on Sunday, on girl's body, but hopes of her recovery Kinnaird the Lancaster Telephone Exchange. The contract is for a term the importance of contributing to are entertained. The Leader says ex high, but Purdens has of years. As Mr. Wajden has been in missionary work. He said that $200 citement-ru- ns to the business since its establishment must go from that church if he hadser- not been lynched. If there ever was a case where Judge Lynch should step he knows how to run it, and we are pay most of it himself. After the satisfied he will make not only a suc- mon 8176 was contributed and the in, it is in this. The Leader says cess, but a pile of dollars out of his other 924 was raised afterward. This some claim the fellow is not responsispeaks well for that church, and we ble, but the thlmr for the courts to do venture. . s lould like to know If there is a single is hang a few of these "irresponsible" people, and the Save Money. churchjin a town the size of Lancas- not be attempted insanity dodge will so frequently. Come in Monday and get a suit of all ter, In Kentucky, that did as well for More Local on Page 2. They the missionary cause. wool" goods at shoddy prices. cashr trade for T.Qurrey's. Taken Up as Estray. will wear you twice as long as common If you buy of Howard Tailor ing Company you will get a number 1 hat, with a suit, or a fine pair of sus penders, with a pair of pants, free. No change ih prices. M. D. Hughes, Agent. Summer Underwear For Women. A most complete assortment of Lisle and , Gause Vests and Muslin Underware of all kinds here. There is not from our a reasonable Underware want Cut Mom.- - that cannot be filled please you. stock and at prices that will See them before you place your order for ap-1- Lace Curtains. Women with thoughts home-decoratin- g of in- will be Machines. terested in our line of tains. Cur- The patterns are J11SED1 e-- a house-keepin- beautiful and prices within reach of all. Lex-ngto- Ladies Top Skirts. We have a nice line of dies lined Skirts Black and Colors, and Wool Fabrics. terest you. both La- in Crepons, Our line in- Silk, Satin Dutches, Mohaii of Wash Skirts will also Colored Petticoats for Slimmer Wear. We have- - such Under-Skirts, Bed-Head- one-thir- "red-heade- d an interesting Fancy Fab-- ; line of rics. Furniture, Satins and Mercerized Lancaster, Ky. 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 Manufactu-er- s 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 them. well-infor- Kotaii, ; tf HEADQUARTERS FOR Bargain Sale in Hosiery. We bought fifty dozen lot of Misses and Childrens Tan hose at a bargain. A regu- NECKWEAR The handsomest line, by far that we have offered yon. lar 9s. 10 will sell at 5ct pair, sizes to 15c Hose which we 5 to Women's & Children's Shoes & Slippers. We have a good assortment st Ties, Imperials Sc. in this line and we believe our styles and prices please you. 49c. 89; and A Rainbow Assortment. will Our Slippers at We are the people if you want Neckwear. $i.3S are hard to beat. JUST RECEIVED our fourth shipment of Wens Fine Footwear. One lot of Ladies Shoes worth $1.50 we will close at 79c pair. Corsets in Great Variety. Our line of Corsets from 25c , to $2.00 is complete. We have the short, medium and long lengths. featherweights Our line of for the hot Summer days will be in this week. You will be surprised to see how good a Corset" you can buy for a little money. TJp-To-Da- We head the list on Clothing4, w Shoes, Hats, and Furnishing Goods SEE US, WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. cut-thro- at LOGAN DRYGOODS Losan & Robinson. COMPANY See our Paine's 1 C.,on this account at fare, June 13fch Beautiful Line OF Compound s one to 10th, inclusive, final continuous-palimit June 30th. Iron-classage forms to ba used. Round-tri.tickets to.St. Louis at limited fare; iron-clathe first-clasignature form of ticket to be used by agents who have them; continuous-passag- e in each direction; to be sold June 18th, 19th and 20th, with final Urst-'clasd p d limit June 26, 1S99. Wall Paper Strength. Best spring medicine. It makes the weak strong. We sell and recommend it. Rounttrip tickets to Roanoke, Va., at one fare May 17th to 22d, limited to May 20th, account Annual Meeting German Baptist Brethren. Iron-clacontinuous-passage forms to be used. d Iflrs. Fessendeii's Lerttiro. NEW DESIGNS Best Quality. Low Prices The large auditorium of the Chris tian church was crowded last Sunday ight to listen to the lecture of Mrs. usan S. Fcssenden, of Boston. No other services being held in town, all denominations were represented, and spirit of unity, noticeable in all our W. C. T. U. meetings, prevailed. Rev. owell, who had kindly deferred apre- iously announced service, that the lecture might be given in his church, opened the meeting with devotional exercises. Mrs. Hubble introduced the speaker in her usual gracious manner. The music under the leadership of Mrs. G. M. Patterson passed off pleas intly. A quartet, sonsisting of Messrs R. G. Ward, Letcher Owsley, Mrs. Lo gan and Miss Eliza Lusk, rendered sev eral selections--, and the L. T. L. chil dren sang to the tune of "Dixie", the song arranged expressly for them by Mrs. Eugenia Potts, of Lexington R.E. M' ROBERTS. CENTRAL KKGORD EVERY WEEK BY age and have a legal residence in the school district. The legariesidence, of pupils, is with their parent or parents. If neither parent Is living, then their legal residence niayube with their guardian or .gua'fdiansTflhose. residence is within the cllstricti Second Children, jibt entitled to free tuition, may be ihlmftted ,to the chool on the payment in adydn.ee, of tuition, at such rates as may, .from time to time, be fixed by the BoartI of Trustees. Pupils, not entitled to free tuition, will not be received by the principal into the school,, unless evi dence is produced that tuition has been paid, in advance, for the time for which the pupil is entered, or on the order, in writing, of the Board ofTrustees entered on the record book. certified copy of such order, pre sented to the principal, will be author- ty to him for the admission of a pu pil or pupils. No children under school age, will be admitted at anv time. By order of til e Board: of Trustees. TiiEo.MDintREY. Pres't. Wm. ITeundon, Sec'y." I'lantM. Wheeler & Wilson STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. FOUR CONVICTS PARDONED. FOUND UNCONSCIOUS. 9 Sewing Machine. IL W. Hall, Maualaughter; W. K. Marritt, Slorder; liarxuon Varlow, Attempted Murder, and Chas. Williams. Ky., May 17. Acting Worthington granted pardons Tuesday to the following convicts, now serving terms: 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. Gqv.' faylor Larter Wa Found In a Field Near Jabex A liloodjr itone Was by Ills bide. Fbankfokt, - Smith Jr.. cet, Turned on the Boiling Water ZINC AND COAL OIL. and Died In Agony. Will Frracli Sunday, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Rev. Massee will fill his pulpit at Hopkissville, Ky., May 17. Mrs. From a Cliff Crude Oil ICmu In Large the Baptist Church Sunday morning Belle Coleman, an inmate of the westQuantities Woman Struck a Match ...$1.00 YAB, IK ADVANCE. and evening. and Barely Escaped ern lunatic asylum, died at that insti... .50 " !ONE Months. . .25 " For sale by " tution from the effects of an attempt For Pleasant Grove Church. Louisville, Ky., May 14. Lewis TST. The ladies of Pleasant Grove church at suicide, aged 40. She had long been county is all excitement over the diswill serve strawberries in the school possessed of a mania to suicide, and, coveries of zinc and coal oil. Crude THURSDAY, May - 18, - 1899. eluding her attendants Sunday, she house near the church, Tuesday eve coal oil in half-piflasks are coming "Oh, Lancaster and the Loyal Legion locked herself in a bathroom, and. Biar the pulin in all this rcgiou. ning, the 23rd. Doors open at six placing her open mouth under a fau from hand to hand Friday morning and Work away, work away, work away nol!c o'clock. Admission 25 cents. Admiral Dewey will set sail for home gallons of oil were brought cet, turned on boiling hot water, which several Jolinnle lias His Gun. bund." in a few days. Every American will of Eli Bryant, six ran down her throat and over her from the farm spurts from a stonemiles Harry McCarty, of the Nicholas Orders a Wheeler & Wilson. oy lrs. esscnaen was lecture welcome his return, but there is much southeast. It cliff body, blistering and burning- - the r.kin ville Journal, says: "A newspaper man the feature of the evening, and was May 17, '09. E. W. Arnold, danger of the reception being overdone in large quantities. Congressman S.J. off, until she sank unconscious. She is the last person in the world to listened to with perfect attention by Lancaster, Ky. Pugh says the work of boring will lie has proven himself the true hero Dear sir: Please deliver to me one attempted to suicide once before by right away. A Mrs. Hathaway had in all matters so far, but the test of harm anyone, but if .the midnight ma the large audience. A woman of fine shooting herself through the breast a narrow escape from death while vis his conservatism will come when he is rauder who tried to get into the house personality, graceful and womanly on of your Wheeler & Wilson Sewing with a pistol. The bodv was taken to iting the scene of paraded before the thousands of shout of the junior editor at an early hour the platform, strong and effective in Machines. I understand they are the her home at Bowlinj Green for burial. her husband. She the discoveries with Representina; Followino; Companies: touched a match to ing people, the blare of trumpets and Monday morning attempts it again he irgument, she left lasting impressions lightest running and latest Improved the ground, when flames shot up. Her GIGANTIC SCHEME ON FOOT. boom of the peaceful gun. Kow, if, will think Dewey has his ships sta- for good upon her audience, and gave Machine on tho market. dress caught fire and the blazo was exwhen under all the excitement he re tioned around Nicholasville. We have to those who came in personal contact Ciiakles E. Powell. Aetna, Vast Timber and Mineral Lands to Be tinguished with difficulty. f rains from making some fool speech. two fiat irons heavily loaded, a hatch with her a higher ideal of noble Chris Qneen, Colored Recruits. Bought Up by a Syndicate in West he will clinch his hold on the reputa et with two edges and an immense tian womanhood. Dr. J. L. McKee To Prevent Lynching. Virginia ami Eastern Tennessee. Palatine, The War Department has wired Lt. being the greatest living broomstick that has never failed to followed the lecture with a character tion for CAi.nouN, Ky., May 14. Jailer Riggs National, and the audience showed W. T. Johnston, recruiting officer at American. Ilobson and Coughlan did knock a man senseless. Besides our Middlksborol'GH, Ky., May 18. A became alarmed Thursday night over diamonds and rubies are kept at the their appreciation of the evening by Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored ap gigantic scheme appears to be on foot the prospect of a mob appearing to Hartford, deeds of daring, but, by slips of the tongue and other thoughtless acts, printing ollice in the safe with the responding with a generous collection plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser- to buy up the vast timber and mineral hang Bryant Taylor, who got a Dtleware, medical cuts." kicked all the fat into the fire and-tThe meeting .closed with the bene vice, sending the former to Fort Grant, lands throughout Western Virginia term in the penitentiary for tho Milwaukee, Arizona, and the latter to Fort Doug- and Eastern Tennessee, and to build murder of Joe Logsden day stand no higher than before the diction by Rev. Campbell at Owensboro, The Gospel Truth. Conneticut, lass, Salt Lake City. This is ariex-war began. Being a strong admirer railroads to all principle points to open and .took him from the jail shortly No town ever become a city because cellent opportunity for young colored them up to trade, The Falls City. Continental, of Dewey, we cannot help but feel lt is said there are after dark and handcuffed him to himof its natural advantages. These men to get into the regular Army. millions of dollars interested in the self. He took him to a barn in ths The train service to 'Louisville Glens Falls, little uneasiness for fear he will say too things may constitute a most helpful now better than our people have ever Recruit for white Infantry and Caval project. are There thousands Long Falls flats, two miles from town, German American, much, or, more than that, go to licking factor but a hustling, energetic people and kept him all night. They got the paint from the lips of giddy, to utilize these natural advantages had, and nothing better could be de ry regiments are also wanted. Apply of acres of the richest lands Plienix of Brooklyn, save day passenger trains. We to Lieut. W. T. Johnston. the world lyintr idle in this back to jail about daylight. There thoughtless girls. and bring them"to the notice of inves sired, New York Underwriters, to visit the Falls City Main St. Lexington, Ky. section because of the lack of railroad was no sign of a mob, however. tors seeking a location and to health had occasion Liverpool & London & Glohe. Monday and left here at 11:20. noon facilities. The Virginia Coal and Iron Thebe are a number of names men seekers searching for a home. More The Masonry Exposed. Hardin County Annual Fair. North British & Merchautile Co. is ostensably at the head of this train arrived in Louisville at 4:30, tioned in connection with republican than this, residents of a town mustEmzabetutowx, Ky., May 16. The An Illinois boy was asked to write mo'nopoliee this land, but it nomination for governor, and it now take an active interest in all munici several hours before close of business an essay on Masonry, and here is what scheme to directors of the Hardin County Fair is believed that northern and English looks like there will be a scramble for pal affairs. They should use their in hours. Between then and leavinc he wrote association have decided to hold their Aetna Lifelns. Co. of HartforflXonD capitalists are backing the company. fourteenth annual fair September 5, the place. The strongest man the re fluence to make it an attractive place time of returning night train (8:30) we "King Solomon was a man who lived 6, 7 and 8. The first day will be ladies' Groom ot a Week Killed. publicans have, Hon. John W. Yerkes, to live in not only attractive in ap were able to see a number of men so many years in the country that he 5 WiLijAMSTOww, Ky., May 1G: Guy day. The second day is to be Louis says he will not run, but if the breth pearance, but in all that goes to make take a look at the Baptists, peep in the was the whole push. He was an aw shop windows and swap lies with a Williams was accidentally killed by ville day. and a cordial invitation will ren know what is good for them, they life pleasant and tolerable, Every fully wise. man, and one day two women NOTARY PUBLIC, will tender him the nomination and man that goes aray from MIddlesboro number of friends, getting home at came to him, each holding to the leg the discharge of a shotgun in his own be extended to the Commercial club of 2:52 that night, hands. He was loading the gun, pre that city as well as all other citizens; BRYANTS VI LLE , KENTUCKY induce him to change his mind. should be a walking advertisement of of a baby and nearly pulling it in two, paratory p going hunting, when the the third is Hardin county day. the town, and those that stay at home "While many of the Baptist delegates and each claiming it. And King Sol gun Surveyor an! went on. lie was married last fir Hon. Jno. S. Riiea has taken the should make every effort to justify his had left the city, yet the black Prince omon wasn't feeling right good and he Borseshoers Meet. week to Miss Edna May Castleman. stump for Stone. We hope the clever representations. mouth uid; 'Why couldn't the brat have Louisville, Ky., May 10. The con AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Middlesboro Rec Albert coat and chicken-se- t Just one year ago his bride's father vention of the little congressman will put Lancaster ord. wcie largely in the majority on the been twins and stop this bother?' And was thrown from a horse at International Union of this place. on his list of appointments, as he streets and around the hotels. The then he called for his machete and was and died in a few hours from his in- - Horseshoers began here Monday morn What a Contrast. one of the ablest speakers in the state ing at Odd Fellows' temple. The mornIn Louisville Monday we had occa outgoing trains were filled with going to Weylerize the poor innocent juries. ing was devoted to exercises of wel as well as a typical gentleman. The sion to call upon several of the most delegates and we heard many express little baby, and give each woman Charged With Forgery. come. Delegates are present from all Court House will not hold the crowd prominent and busiest men in the their delight in the royal way the piece of it, when the real mother of Bowling Gkeex. Ky., May 14. A parts of America and Canada. Among SPRINGFIELD that will turn out to hear him should city. The cordial manner in which Kentucky people had treated them the baby said: 'Stop, Solomon, stay nicely dressed young man, aged 21, the officers here is Organiz r Fred he come this way. FIRE they receive callers caused us to think The races are bein? well attended thy hand. Let the old hag have it. If named 'Ray, was arrested at Rockfield Bazeley, of Cincinnati. of the great contrast between such but some said the horses were not up I can't have a whole baby 1 won't Friday charged with forgery. It is alINSURANCE COMPANY. Wholesale Indictments. men and those Kentucky Palisades. of a to the usual standard to be seen at have any.' Then Solomon told her to leged that he obtained the names of Owing sville, Ky., May 17. The s town. The former Louisville. We presumed the men take the baby and go home and wash two parties and wrote an order from Mrs. Emily B. Bristow, of Coving little EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO ton, owner of the famous Kentucky have time to stop and talk to people doing such talk had barked up the its face, for he knew it was hers. He one to the other. The forgery was grand jury has returned 19 indict OF NEW YORK. against the Standard Oil Co. for Palisades at High Bridge, passed thro while the latter cannot lay down their wrong tree and, in consequence, were told the other woman to go chase her discovered and the money was not ments peddling oil without a license. Ten self. King Solomon built Solomon's paid. .Nicholasville Saturday en route to pens two minutes, for fear the globe soured on the world. Robinson & Hamilton Agts 6 different insurance companies were in Temple and was the father of Masons, On the Way to Apia. that resort which she will place in will cease revolving. We would much Sam Jones has the devil suspended He had seven hundred wives and three Ollice ovei Post Office. Lexixqtox, Ky., May 15. In re- dicted for conspiracy and forming readiness for the summer excursion prefer trying to interview the presi Lancasteb, : : : Kentucky- ists. To a reporter for the Journal dent of the United States than at by the tail and the large tent is crowd hundred lady friends, and that's why sponse to a cablegrrjm from Auckland, trusts. Drank Green Paint. Mrs. Bristow said that the grounds tempt to get a five minutes' chat with e J with people anxious to hear and see there are so many Masons in the world New Zealand, James H. Mulligan, forYou Are Going North, HAimoDSBUiiG, Ky., May 13. The would be placed in finer condition a mrgul who is drawing a the great gospel spreader riddle old My papa says King Solomon was : mer United States general to Samoa, son of Rev. John Taylor, this season than ever before and prep- salary of probably $500 a year and his Satan and throw hot shot into the warm member, and I think he was hot left Saturday for Apia, where he will You Are Going South, stuff myself. That is all I know about appear before, the joint high commis- near uere, zouna a pint can oi green arations were being made by the Q. & washing. We once had the honor of community at large. sion of the powers to represent the in- paint, where it had been left by some King Solomon." Exchange. C. railroad to run a large number of talking with Speaker Reed in his.pri The Lancaster people we saw during You Are Going terests of planters and business men of painters, Thursday morning, and excursions to that point this summer. vate ollice, and we gained admission the few hours were Bob Ilughes, Sam ThcEasrle, Kln-- of all Birds, drank half of it. He is in a critical the island. The dates of the annual camp meet to that closely guarded retreat much Harris, Burt Spencer. Frank Marks is noted for condition; You Are Going West; its keen sight, clear aud ing have not been selected yet, but it easier than we could get a five min bury and several others, all of whom .the Mayor's Salary Attached. So are those persons Married la a Buggy. Lexington, Ky., May 16. An attachis thought that thjvregular dates will utes talk with the average hayseed are in good nealtn and prospering, distinct vision. urcmasc TicKcra via tmc who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve ment suit has been filed against Benton, Ky., May 13. Hugh Engbe claimed. She is ic correspondence who thinks the welfare of the nation Louisville has furnished employment Mayor for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any Simrall by Prof. A. H. Gordon, of Alle- lish, aged 63 years, and Rhoda Coleis resting on his little 2x4 shoulders, for a great many Lancaster people and with a number of ministers and lect kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25cts gan academy, this county, for $163.33, man, aged 38 years, were married in a urers now and will offer an attractive Bosh! those who have gone there and hu lm and he prays that the mayor's salary DUggy iu front of the court house tied are now in good position. Some McRoberts Drug Store. program. Jessamine Journal. L. & N.Low Rates. be not paid over to him until the judg- Thursday. It was their second ven nueen or twenty .Lancaster young Recruits for the Philippines Agent G. M. Patterson has been or men have taken the Bryant & Stratton ture. ment is satined. Bismarck' Iron Nerve. The Eecruiting Officer in Lexington Was the result of hjssplendid health dered to make the following special business course, and, through that has just received orders to Substation at Covington, Ky. Two Drowned. enlist Leuisviuc a Nsmnux R. R. Washington, May 17. The postoffica Indomitable will and tremendous ener- rates: institution secured positions of honor number of white men for service in Hopkinsville, Ky., May 13. Round-tri- p tickets to Charlotte, N and profit. department has ordered the establish gy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Bronaugh, one of the best known the regiments now in the Philippine am ee sccvaa ment on July 1 of Substation No. 1 ot Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. C, on this account, at one first-claIslands. These men will be sent di colored Baptist preachers in thiare-giofare, June 18, 19, 20 and 21, limited to School, Lancaster Graded If you want these qualities and the and his little grandson, were the Covington (Ky.) postoffice at the The Maximum rect to San Francisco from Lexington Safety, success they bring, use Dr. King's New July 1; also on June 2G and 27, limited The trustees of Lancaster Graded and from there to Manila. This will swept from their buggy and drowned corner of Twentieth street and Madi continuous-pa- s Common School met last Saturday and Life Pills. They develop every power to July 3. Iron-clawhile attempting to ford a swollen 'son avenue. The Maximum make a fine trip for able bodied men Speed, the entire faculty; the teacl unmarried, and not over 35 years of stream within the city limits. of brain and body. Only 25c at R. E, sage forms to be used. Peculiar Aec Ideas. era having applied according to law, age. Round-tri- p HopEiNsviLLS. Ky., May 13. S. D. Druggist. 3lcRoberts lm tickets to Asheville, N The Maximum Quarreled Over a Fence. Comfort, It will be a chance to see the They increased the salary of the prin Albany, Ky May. 14, In a quarrel Chestnut, a wealthy planter, was en world, and possibly make a trip en cipal and three lady teachers. Mr. gaged mending a barbed wire fence The Minimum Rates. tirely 'round it. Persons desiring to which grew out of the tearing down when insharp W. I. Williams was elected secretary end metal flew enlist should apply at once to the re of some fepces, Ann Ellen Denny shot back, a striking of the the eye, de and, him in and Mr. Theodore Currey was cruiting officer in Lexington, in order and seriously wounded her cousin, Kates, Time and all other Information will stroyed its sight entirely. ed president of the board. The most to be in time. may Parker Marcum, be cheerfully furnished by perfect harmony prevails with the Georgetown Won. V' C. P. ATMORC. a. P. Will Not Make tfca Race. June Number of The Delineator Board of Trustees, the Faculty and Georgetown, -- Ky., May 17. The VbT' Lexington, Ky., May 16. Mr. RichLovHvnxs. X. early Summer Number, Is called the the people. Prof. Patterson is giving CAN SELL TO LT baseball teams of Kentucky university, oi satisfaction, and the school is the and combines an immense amount sip ard P. StoU, of this city, who has of Lexington, and Georgetown college ORGANIZED anthorilfcative and aDnlicable advirn so frequently and so flatteringly been pride of our community. to what is newest and most beautiful spoken of as a republican candidate played here Monday afternoon, Georgetown winning by the score of 9 to Q. A vote of thanks was tendered Capt, in the'Vworld of Fashion, including for governor, NATIONAL BAM, "will not make the race. Georgetown held first place in the In Wm. Herndon and Mr. Theo. Currey, special illustrations oi .Bridie uostum OF LAI0A3TEX. XT. His business interests demand all his tercollegiate league. xts. with a- - profusion of sparkling for their thorough work as secretary Literary features, bociai. Household time. and president of the board. At the and Departmental hints and suggestNew Kentucky Postmasters. -Belmont In Louisville. Capital, detail. The storv $50,000 same meeting, it was unanimously re ions and .Fancy-wor- k Washington, May 17. The .follow A box of oranges. By Anna Robes h Louisville, Ky., May 18. Mr. and ing fourth-clas- s solved: postmasters were com m snrlelitlv fashion Mrs. Perry Belmont arrived in the city Surplus 'Fan 10,000 "That Prof. Patterson and his en iirowd, recounts the exciting incidents attending the Sunday night and have engaged a. box missioned in Kentucky Monday; HaiL tire corps of teachers, including the solution, of an enigmatical gift. Pulaski county, William Hargis; Pil BOSXNJBB SOUCITXD. principal of the music department and PerfectrTraveling Outfit, by Clare at the race course for Monday after grim, Martin county, Bettle Fanin. is particularly seasonable noon. the assistant in the Kindergarten de Bunce, vTheadescriptions erefalaad Iaiaatjfctteatfaagssiraateeel of Commence The Kentucky Maccabees. Several Email pox Cases partment, are entitled to ana are tonic ment.days in College News, by Carolyn Fbankfost, Ky., May 18. The third . K. atMnneTaAa'..1...Tt....'.-.rresMeShelbyvillk. Ky.. May 15. Several hereby tendered the thanks' of this jiaistea, are nuea witn a deiigntful Board for the able, efficient and. satis college; atmosephere. Girls' Interests eases of smallpox were discovered here. annual session Kentucky state con- Lawis T. Lxatzu. factory manner in which theischop:i ana uccupauons, oy muaveixe mo Prompt and efficient action was taken ventioa of the Order of Kaights ot . W. MBBaaa;.. ..... Cufeiet EDUCATION HLaws,i,"ls characterized by tho usual "by the officials and all cases sent' to the the' Maeabees convened at the state been conducted." Assistant Cash' est ana gooa numor. pi a more dls- -i pesthouse. There is no danger of an capital Monday. The delegates will .O. Riexar Is abslutely necessary to the yon In order that the benefits of the met Domest ic character are the art! Beokkeepee man or yonpg woman who would be welcomed by CoL Fred H. Roberts, 0. D. Wilms epidemic. Lancaster Graded School may be ex- ybles, A. Talk to Mothers, by Edna success in life. This being coni private secretary to Gov. Bradley. get your training at the school that strands in the very Iront ran- k- tened only to those entitled totufim, witnersDoom ana .frozen- Novelties. Candidate for Senator. t la of first Importance to by Amelia Sulzbacher., The Depart dimctom: Kaatueky DeaNets Meet. by the terms of the law, the following ments Fancy, stltcnes-anM09KHEAD, Ky., May if, Rev. L. K. EmbroiderTHE HRY1NT & 8TRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE The Mt J.K.IeeMseiaAK, Xavia TlaATau. rules are adopted; ies, "by Emma Haywood. Social Obser It IBM. a Methodist .minister ot this Loumville, Ky., May-1LOUISVILLE, KY. 'Only the following children are en vances, by Mrs. Frank Learned, The place, has amnoaaced himself a , candi annual ee&ventioa of the 'KeHtaeky. 1. LtaMNt,v " Bevea experienced teacher, each oae a specialist in hli line titled to free ' tuition in the Lancaster ijressmaicer.'1'ne Mill tner;rocne ting, date for state seaator, subject to the State Dejatal aMoeiatloa hegaa; at Gradaates of this college preferred by business bosses. Write for Knittlhr. The Latest Books, ets.. etc. aeUemet tke4esaoovtie eaveatie, Maaaaeik Cave TneaaisT. aad will a beaatlful book giving testimonials from gradnMes oceapyln Graded Common School;. UJV SHORTHAND, yield a rich grist of tindigpensabk prominent positions all over the United States- -it will be mailed wWiaetUatOwimfsVille MajM."' www hcv ivwat school rormawon. First Those who are of TELEGRAPHY. to rec nil Geo. Mare Local. able-bodie- Sweet Potatoes, Tomatoes and Cab bage Plants' fresh from the bed. A HORRIBLE SUICIDE. LOUIS LANDSAAT, Publisher. Colored Soldiers, Attention! The colored Regiments of the Regu lar Army are filling up very fast, and there arc only a few vacancies left. d All colored men who can read, and all who desire to should call at once at the Recruiting Ollice in Lexington Building, Main Street, near post ollice, Lexington, Ky. Busi-Collema-4-- tf tf A Woman Placed Her Mouth Under a Fau- Columbia, Ky.. May 13. The man found near Jabez, Ru&sell county. Wednesday in an unconscious condi tion was Taylor Larter, a highly re- pected and well to do citizen of that He died Wednesday night county. A without regaining consciousnc-s- . 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 old, unused field. It is said that Larter some time ago discovered somo crooked work and told of it. The authorities are working on a clew as to the murder. Rotary Mottoaaad Ball Bearings. E. Lancaster, Arnold, Kentucky. i R. KiNNAIRD, bo-g- in INSURANCE. istic-appea- ten-ye- ar o J. X. DUNN Apt Lai AM MAftIM cross-road- back-woo- If If East If Rev-Pet- n, of d f LILLARD & STOUT, of of ct f. a.' Paint Wall Tintings PZENS Cheaparthan any House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced at A BUSINESS m 'r BOOK-KEEPIN- ii.iaM. Y.Aaaau,-sio.Iurau,Ja- 7K. f SUMMER MILLINERY. An immense line of the LATEST things in Summer Millinery just received at ' Style3 give us a call and we can supply you witli anything in our line at the most reasonable prices. A NEW LOT OF SAILORS WILL BE PLACED ON SALE SATURDAY. Phone 85. NOEL SISfrJERS. and If you want the Newest, Prettiest Goods TJp-To-Da- te CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY May 18, - f HiMnntiM6oontaaoCO Col. J. Fleece Robinson is back from the South, and we .are glad to note the fact that his health is much 189$). improved. We met Judge Wm. McKce Duncan in Louisville Monday and had a pleasant chat. He is in fine health, and asked many questions about his old home. of Rev. Chan. Ohristensen, of Athens, Ala., and Miss. Harriet Lucy Marrs, were quietly married last Thursday at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Sarah Ellen Marrs, in Danville, Elder James Lane Allen pronouncing the ceremony in a beautiful and impressive manner. The attendants, were Mr. Emmet Marrs and Miss Ollie Marrs. There was no attempt at display and the guests were limited to immediate and one or two intimate friends. After a delightful luncheon, Mr. and Mrs. Christensen left for Vcvay, Ind., where MrrChris-tense- n becomes the pastor of a Presbyterian church. No worthier couple ever joined their destinies, and the Advocate desires to be counted in the list of hundreds of friends and admirers who wish them Godspeed and all the joy and prosperity which good qualities merit Danville Advocate. kins-peop- Unnon Qy G. A. K. StiiteliucamiMiieut. GIinzow. rrr.! Lancaster friends regret to learn of 'Admiral" Pence, of Somerset, was the death of Claude, infant son of in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Archer, which ocMr. and Mrs. J. B. Carter are curred at Parksville, Monday. The Louisville this week. child was twelve weeks old. Gen. and Mrs. D. R. Collier went Dexter Ballou, of Stanford, was here a few days this week. over to Danville to spend the day with Miss Hattie Arnold has been visiting their sick relative, Capt. Geo. H. Dobyns, whose many friends will be her cousin, Mrs. T. M. Arnold. sorry to learn is very critically ill. Miss Mae Z. Hughes has returned Miss Margaret Murphy was in Lou- from a visit to Louisville relatives. isviile Friday and Saturday to consult Master George Dunlap is visiting an occulist. The change of time caushis cousins, Joe and Louis Burnside. ed her to miss Monday morning's Sam Harris, of Louisville, spent train, much to her annoyance and deSunday with his parents in this city. lay. 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 Avenue. Mrs. John E. Stormesand Miss Maggie Tomlinson visited Danville, Monday. Mrs. McMurtry and daughter, of Logana, are visiting relatives in this . Coughed 25 years. I suffered for 25 years with a cough, and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr. Bell's It has saved my life, J. C. Rosell. Grantsburg, 111. McRoberts Drug Store. lm. y. THACKERY ON DEATH. 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, Hon. Sam Ward, Sunday and Monday. Mr. Ward has property interests in here and will contribute liberally toward the upbuilding and improvement of the town. Livingston 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 three'times a day, from the old Harrodsburg Spring. George gets the water and sees that his patient imbibes 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. He 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 voung friend, Mr. Charles W. Frisbie, iow located in that city. He, with Ir. Rainey. has the advertising on the guide, art catalogue, programs and daily bulletins. Jlr. F. says every thing points to a success of the vent ure, 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 superintendent 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 appointed 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 membership also has increased largely. Her later distinction is the Presidency of the Historical Society of the Daughters of the Confederacy, and a letter of warm congratulation has been re ceived by the Lexington Chapter upon this excellent appointment from the State President, Mrs. Basil Duke. Lexington Herald. - The following is taken from a letter of condolence written by Thackery to Mrs. Proctor on the death of her mother, shortly before Thackeray's death. The letter is found in the biographical introduction to "Denis Duval," the twelfth in the valuable biographical edit.on of Thackeray's 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 satirist that so many have considered him. The introduction to the thirteen volumes of this new edition constitute the only biography in existence of Thackeray. "Thinking of death," says Thackeray, "is thinking of God inscrutable, immeasurable, endless, beginningless, u supreme, awfully solitary. Little chil-dre- Kentucky, May 23, 24ti, Tickets on sale via the Queen and Crescent Route at one fare for . the round trip, May 21st and 22d. Good returning until May 20th. Ask agents for full particulars. To the North. The Queen and Crescent Route has inaugurated a service of observation cars on the famous .Blue Grass Vesti bule 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 north. Queen and Crescent trains are without a peer in the South. 17 miles shortest line, unequalled train service. W. C. Rinearsou, General Passenger Agent. Ijotv Kates. American Library Association Con1899. vention, Atlanta. Ga., May Annual Encampment G. A R. of Tennessee, Rockwood, Tcnn., May 10, 11, 1899. From points in Tennessee. city. Mrs. Mollie Durham, of Middleburg, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. I. S. Wesley. Miss Powell, of Hustonville, is the guest of her brother, Elder Charles PowelL The Ladies Aid. Society will meet with Mrs. L. F. Hubble Saturday afternoon. this week to visit Miss Eugenia P. Dunlap will arrive Miss. Mary Landram Burnside. Miss Helen Thurmond has been iting Miss Katie Simpson, at the visMa- son Hotel. Mrs. Mary E. Young and son. Chas. W., have been visiting friends in Lincoln county. Circuit Clerk "Will Hamilton returned Monday night from a week's visit to Louisville. A good likeness of pretty little na Mason appeared in Sunday's rier Journal. Mrs. John E. Stormes attended the Christens-Marr- s EdCou- A Madison county woman kepta rec 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 for$105.45 in the Cincinnati market, ne 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 engigid the next crop of hemp at 85 per cwt step off this earth into the infin- buyer furnishing the seed and collectite and we tear our hearts out over ing from the crop when broken and de their sweet, cold hands and smiling livered. Lexington Gtzctte. People who have once taken De faces, that drop indilferent when you cease holding them, and smile as the Witt's Little Early Risers will never lid is closing over them. I don't think have anything else. They are the we deplore the old, who have had "famous little pills" for torpid liver enough of living and striving,and have and all irregularities of the system, Stormes Drug Store. buried so many others and must be lm weary of living it seems time for Some of the Long Island farmers them to go for where 's the pleasure are selling their potato crops before of staying when the feast is over, and the tuhers are nlauted. the nurchaser the 'flowers withered, and the guests paying sixty-fiv- e cents a bushel for the gone? Isn't it better to blow the HghU estimated product and taking all risks. out than sit on among the broken Joe and Chas. Turley, of Frozen meats, and collapsed jellies and vapid county, have about heeltaps? I go to what I don't know Creek, Breathitt twenty acres of ginseng. Tiiey sowed but to God's next world, which is berries among the bushes, and the His and He made it. One paces up the root grows in the wild state. We get and down the shore yet awhile, and information from their uncle, Wm. looks toward the unknown ocean, and the Mt. Sterling thinks of the traveler whose boat .sail- Turner, of Winchester. ed yesterday. Those we love can but Advocate. walk down the pier with us the voy The annuel consumption of beef and age we must make alone. Except for mutton in the United Kingdom reaches the young or very happy, I can't say 1 the enormous aggregate of 1,500,500 tons. am sorry for any one who dies." arefinaOOO 'pounds of honey, worth! $155,000 imported into England- each year. The principal part or tins comes from' tlic United States, Chili and Peru, but the British and Spanish West Indies,. France, Australasia, Germany, Cunida and Itily have helped' to keep up the supply. .The farmer that keeps up the fertility o his soil is always planning how he can beat return to the land in the shape of manures of furtilizers the plant fod .that his crop has appropriated. And, sagcrly remarks an exchange, the man who dosen't maintain the fertility of the farm will soon have a farm that won't maintain him. . Unless a woman eats sufficient nourishing food she can neither gain nor keep a.good complexion. Food, when digested, is the base of all health, all strength, and all beauty, herbine 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 1,000 cattle and lost only three, says the dehorning should be done vvhen the calves are ten d ays to two weeks old, by clipping the hair from around the horn close, then dam pening slightly and burn with costic potash.IIehas never known a single case to fail and 5 cents worth will dehorn a dozen calves. If dehorning is put off until the animal is one to two years old the cost will be from $1 to & per head owing to the stock "and it cts 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 November and they should have no feed or water the day of dehorning or be allowed to run to hay or straw ricks afterward. If you arc interested in horses, you should subscribe for the American Stock Farm, Lexington, Ky. Tl e price is S2.00 per year, but you can secure it from now until January 1, 1900 for $1.00, if you will mention this paper when writing. mar30tf - life aiHimi n ii ii mi in ii mi wi aasfcE iiiMniiii in Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others. AllKi ndsEariiiMacliinery Always oiiHaiid. No More Shakes. TRY Musical Entertainment. lly the I'npIIs or I'ranMln Institute I.aneiiter, Vct!iH'lRj- - Kv'hs, Dec. Anniversary Song, Chorus, (Pur on) School Miss I!rm-- c .T'aiidlfur Salutatory Mary Snndifor 21st. Ky. Rcg't Quiefcit-p.MNUobert of Lincoln, Marian Crey, ClicriM. (Hays) Music CIas Waltz, MNses N. Hudson and L. l'rieo Why don't the men projose? Concert recitation Quickstep,. ....MiS's Sandifer and IVacock Come to me. Chant Mmlc CIus3 May Queen, Dialnguc Misses M & A White Duet, ..Mis3e3 M. Lusk and I. Anderson Rataplan Quickstep Mis-s- Klnuair.1 and Smith Dialogue, Misses Simpson and Anderson Misses Ilnruside and Simpson Dnet Miss Lou lluffmon Recitation MIm L HuiTmaa Instrn Solo New Year Concert Recitation r, Junior Choir Happy MissH.BeazK-Solo Needle aud Scissors Concert Recitation Miss T. Knrnside Union Dixey Medley Music Class Convent RelJ? Dearest Spot on Earth to me Is Home, Dnet Misses L. Huffman and P. Peacock Misses II. Reazlcy and J. Simpson Dnet, Concert Recitation Temperance Song Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE. Don't Take a Worthless Substitute. Insist on YUCATAN. PRICE, 5QC. Commercial Convention. Louisville, Ky., May, 1st, To the Citizens of Kentucky: 99. Lung Irritation. Is the forerunner to cousumptson. will cure it, Dr. Bell's and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle cents at McRobthere. Twenty-fiv- e erts Drug Store. lm Her Opinion. "A woman," read Mr. Meekton from the newspaper, "may argue, but she won't reason." "Yes," answered his wife. "And 8 man as a rule doesn't do either." Washington Star. A Mystery Solved. He For some time past I have been thinking She Oh! I wondered what was the cause of that strange look upon youi features. I had never seen it before. Chicago Daily News. Solo Dnet, nuel Convention at such time and place in the Mabel, Concert. Ree of May, 1899, as they jndged besf. Tho Strike the Cymbal, Chorus month Committee held a meeting March loth, and Queries, Rf-unanimously agreed upou holding this Con- America, Closing Chorus The undersigned, appointment as an Executive Committee at the First Commercial Convention of the Statu of Kentucky held in May, 1898, were authorized to call the Second An- Temperance Horn, Popping Corn, Ree Junior Choir Miss M. Sandifer Miss L. HiiiTman Misses M.and B. Sandifer Music Class Miss M. Lusk School wedding in Danville, last Thursday. Miss Mattie Elkinhas returned from a visit to her friend, Miss Mary Welch, in Uicholasville. Casey M. Owsley, a Lexington 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 is the pretty little visitor of Miss Margurite Kinnaird. law-je- r, Nicho-lasville, Weak Eyes Arc Made Strong. did vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye salve. Its put up in tubes, and so on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store. lm We have a number of Beautiful Hats - Tlie Drove S.oldler Doy. went off last "The burglar-alarnight." Colby Taylor, of Richmond, is trying "What did the colonel do?" the experiment of raising English ring "Got up and locked his bedroom door necked pheasants. A friend sent him and came back to bed." Harlem Life. eleven eggs last fall, and he set them, Rather the Opposite. the result being ten young pheasants. Indignant Mother How dare you 'and hopes soon suffer him to kiss you, Marguerite? These are now laying, Sweet Seventeen Oh! there wasn't to have a whole yard full of the birds. any suffering about it, ma, dear. By allowing the accumulations in the bowels to remain, the entire system is poisoned. DeWitt's Little Early Risers regulate the bowels. Try them MOTHER'S and you will always use them, FRIEND Stormes Drug Store. lm -Tit-Bit- s. in stock and receive new It is said that calico print works conones every few days. We have only the Misses Henri Fish, of Stanford, and Gene Dick, of CrabOrchard,have been visiting Miss Bella 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 children, have been visiting Mrs. U. D. Simpson, at the Mason Hotel. Cash Pumphrey, who has a good po- ITery Latest and invite an inspection of them. We know we can suit your taste if you will Call anil See Them. sition at the Lakeland Asylum, is iting his parents in this city. vis- ' Sallie D. Tillett. sume 40,000,000 dozen of eggs a year and that wine clarifiers use about dozen. Photographers and oth-er- e 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 3,951 head came accross the border, as against 18.825 in March, 1898, and 46,177 in March, 1897. Three months' importation this year only amount to 11,202 head as against 37,531 a year ago and 87,460 two years ago". L An English paper reports that there takes married women through the whole period of pregnancy in safety and com fort. It is used externally and it relaxes the muscles so that there is no disIt prevents and relieves comfort. morning sickness, headache and rising breasts, shortens labor and preserves the mothers girlish SI a bottle at druggists. Send for a Free copy of our illustrated booklet about form. MOTHER'S FRIEND. The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. vention in tho City of Louisville, Monday and A Bookoiit'ac ISlrd. Tuesday, May 29th and:Mth. Containing over l.V) engravings and a litho Tho purpose for which this Convention is called should enlist the interest of every Ken graphic plale showing all the different kinds r tuckian. It is solely for the promotion of the of Fancy Can irles In :h-i- natural colors, nil material welfare of our Commonwealth. It I. colors, fnll information in regard to SoLg, All of our Citizens are Fancy Canaries and Low to breed thessi for pro-l-it strictly Hints on the treatment and breeding of all now invited to come together to take counsel as to how best promote Kentucky's material kind? of Cage Birds, with descriptions of tbvlr interests in all of its branches whether Agr- dlseasts and the remedies needed to cure them. icultural, Financial, Manufacturing, Mercan. All about Parrots and how to teach them to tilo, .Mining or Timber. Other States aro take talk. Instructions for building and i!;g similar action, the State of Tennessee has aud aviary, The mast complete, book of tho recently held her second Stale Industrial Con. kiud ever published, irrisptetlve of price veution; Georgia has held her first aud one is Mailed to any address on receipt of l'c. by the now called in the great State of New York. Associated Frauciers. J(X) N. Srd St., PhiladelBy united clTort and friendly counsel, good will phia. certainly result. The programme for the ConJ493- vention has been partially prepared. The chosen for discussion are of practical and general importance. Distinguished speakers from different Sections of the State have been invited to introduce these subjects, aud every one present will bo invited to take part in the disensslou to follow. The full programme will be announced later, as soon as the Invited speakers have all been heard from. It CAPITAL I J SURPLUS. of( S 20,000.00. is proposed, as last year, to publish u Journal f 100,000.00 J of this Convention. The publication of ibe proceedings of the last lias been dlstributtd LANCASTER, HI'. widely, and .has been of service to Kentucky. The local Committee on Entertainment are. arranging plans to make the visit of Celegetes pleasant in every way. The Transportation A.R.Denny. President. Committee will arrange with the Railroad and Steamboat Companies for reduced rat s ol Jno. E. Stormes. Vice President. Fare. TheMayorof every Town and City in the State, and the County Judge of every County Wm.H.Kiknaibd, Cashier. will be formally requested to attend and to S.C.Dznny, name list of delegate to represent with them J.F.Robisson. Jk, selves their respective Towns and Counties. Each Industrial Association in the State, viz: Assistant Cash'r. Agricultural. Financial, Manufactuiug, Mcr. R. T. Embky Ass't cantile. Etc.. is entitled to one vote ana their heartv co operation is requested. Every News paper will be invited to send a representative who will be entitled to all the privileges of the DIRECTORS; floor, and. In additiou. all other good citizens are most cordially invited to be present at the sessions of the Convention. Let us make a Jas Spllman, Sam 1. D.Cochran, united effort to keep Kentucky abreaft of the most enterprising and favored of the States A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. of the union. Let us come together to discuss W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, the best use to make of the advantages which we possess, and give out the Information as to Jno. E Stormes. advantages to the whole country, so that those the knowledge may redound to her prosperity an increase in her wealth, aud iu thrifty. The executive Committee asks of every Newspaper iu the entire Stat- - the publication of the foreHOOI, going address. We all recognize the powerful influence of the tress for public good, uud its SURGEON-DENTISis earnestly invoked to mke this State Convention in every way a success. LANCASTER, KY Respectfully. Office over Haselden's hardware store. John "W. Yerkes, Chainnan. IITIOiL BANK - MM J. I COMS TO XJS! "WOE . DRESS I 1 ! fine CLiiiiic, iiBEiiEiirnTs, I iHTiirrTSii. HME j . rlti mmW --mmmt-- Jf v ' Hi mmmmm' WmXm'LJmmWmmW JmmXmWk Hi- . ' mmW mmW ' mmW -' ...... t jij ' ' - " " i .. . HAS I From AH G-rov- Parts of Qarraltl. g ?h?fon?eVSTl8.Maiarl andyphofi If MQ, Ferer? an ma TOtt as it l 1R MMMlt wait OH TJW be i A TIMELV wise and Me that your blood Uint 1 W Buwy naiaioy rUtedt'a Geraan Liver Powder? Then will be free from fever, colds wiuiuuo money can OUT 2.&Jto , and I procure & bottle ot uvrcr TMW1J Take thea : jffl dt's German time one aose a d.y at bed bottlefor ;si days; Chill of Yacatan follow by procarlBf a . two seventy-lambsGo to J. E. Scott fotour Binder Tonic, following tie directions aad after yon Joe TJendrickson'has about v.? nHina of these two great remedies, Twine aad Binder repairs. They are sold at 5c will feel like the flowers JK IS malarial or hot season J. B. Ruble bought anice pair of Prepare yourself for the is full of germs. If Sunday school has been reorganized when the atmosphere accessary and when Tour system warns yen, work mules in Danvllle,'Monday. here and the children are happy. repast t&e gbfY9, ?feeaa KevedJes. i iieoty busi- aad sola by Joe Hendrickson has returned home. Mr. J. Fletcher Ruble made a R. E. McRoeert&s Monday; He has been for sometime in Tennes- ness trip to NicholasviHe, sold and delivered his ren pf Lexington and Mr. Ed Ross and P. S. Terrill see buying hogs. Mr. "Editor, we are not dead, but crop of wool to parties in Danville, Miss Pearl of Lancaster visited Orchard Buftnt Vlta. trdrsegit ".i $t& R. E. McRoberts. Misses Maud Ross and HattleMcQuery are visiting this Saturday and Sunday. Mr, Groove Cook and family near Crab Orchard.... Our correspondent attended Sunday School at e Sunday evening. Quite an interesting scnooi, nope 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 with tabler's buckeye pile ointment as a curative and healing application for Piles, Fissures, blind and bleeding, "external or inter nal, and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum. The relief is immediate and cure infallible. Price, 50 cts in bottlo tubes 75 cts, C. C. & J. E, Stormes Good-Hop- For sale by Bottls). Pries 25o and 50 Miss Minnie Wearren Sunday. .. .Mr. liave been somewhat indisposed, real this week. Isaac Hamilton is having an addi and Mrs. W. K. Warner and little son, ly sick, but the magic effect of Pr, us to tion built to his dwelling, a Veranda are at home again after spending a Amon's medicine has enabled and sitting room, feel like writing again. week at Bourne. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Dave J. S. Stone's fine saddle mare "Jew-el,-" Bichard Hackley, of Lower Garrard, Anderson and little daughter visited has an exceptionally fine mule sold a lot of corn delivered at tnis Mr. and MrsB. F. Broaddus Saturday Mr. A. D. Jones colt. It stands three feet seven inch- place, at 92 per barrel. night and Sunday es tall, pretty as a picture, and G. H. Ruble sold a lot of fat hogs to and Robert Hendren of Kirksville was as a peahen. Wm. Walters, of Mercer county, last in our midst Sunday. .Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs, colds Saturday at $3.30 per 100 lbs. If you suffer from, tenderness or full croup and whooping cough readily Pr, Ealy, pf Panville, preached two ness pn the right side, pains under yield to One Minute Cough Cure, Use interesting constipation, bilious in the Presbyte shoulder-bladthis remedy in time and save a doctor's rian church at this place, Sunday. ness, and feel dull, bill or the undertaker's. armers oi uns neignoornood are heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid Stormcs Drug Store. m all behind with work on account of and congested, DeWitt's Little Early The recent fine rain is causing our the wet wefltqer last wepfc. Gardens Risers will cure you promptly, pleaspeople to praise the Lord, rejoice and and earn fiolfls are almost green with antly and. permanently by removing be clad. We have not met a man weeds. the congestion and causing the bile to open and. flow natural!', they with the lower cover of his mouth In Constipation ixereine affords a dubts drawn, and strange as it may seem, are aoop, raw, natural, healthful remedy, acting lm Stormes prug Store. noue say it has rained too much. promptly. A few small doses will Henry Oustott, of Owenuboro, is vis usually be found to so regulate the ex iting his kinsfolk here....D, H. Mid cretory functions that they are able to dleton, of Missouri, is spending a few operate without any aid whatever. Frank Grass sold two cows to Mr. days with his father. . . .Mr, and Mrs. Price 50 efcs, C. C. & J. E. Stormes, J. C. Fox for $25. and $26. T. W. Montgomery are happy over the Mr. and Mfs. pen P, Campbell, and James Naylor bought a cow and calf arrival of a line girl, ten pounds with Mrs. L. B. Arnold, of Jjrjpjiplasville from W. T. Worrell for $30.00. out shoes on. and Mrs. John Perry, of Hanley, visit Mr. J. G. llurnsiqo bought some Corn planting in this section is al ed the family of Wro Lane last Wed calves from Mr. J. C. Fox. Price un most a thing of the past, corn is up nesday and Thursday .... Mrs. Will knownj and ready to be ploughed. Our far Proctor, sf Mercer county, visited her mers have hustled with an unusual deThere was preaching at Lawson's daughter, Mr. Will Scott, of thio gree of determination this spring. The Chapel Sunday by the circuit-rideplace, Monday. wheat and oats crop never lookrd more Rev. Clay. promising at this season. Jamas Grayson sold 7 head of hogs to That Throbbing Headache. Mrs. Elizabeth, daughter. Maggie, Would quickly leave you, if you used McCarley& Lawson for Sic per lb., and Master Charlie Montgomery, of Dr. King's New Life Hills. Thous- amounting to $37.30. Lower Garrard, Mr. and Mrs. J, S, ands of sufferers have proved their It makes no difference how bad the Stone. Mrs. Leila Humphrey, Mrs, J, metchless merit for Sick and Nervous wound if you use De Witt's Witch onstott, miss d. Barker aoo your Headaches. They make pure blood Hazel Salve: it will quickly heal and ftcribe, called Sunday to see Mrs. Ed, and strong nerves and build up your leave no scar. Ifaylor, who is very sick. health. Easy to take.. Try them lm Stormes Drug Store. fishing in the Kentucky river is Only 25 cents, Mopey back if not Mrs.. Betty Perin has just returned better this season than for years, so cured. Sold by B, E. McEobertsDrug from near Bowjand, whore she has say old fishermen, your correspondent gist. Jm been spending several days with her and brother being among the lucky W. H brother, Mr, George Lawson anglers, recently caught two that Furr transfered two colonies of bees weighed nine lbs, without internal for Mr. J. G. Burnsldo lost week Improvements, or clothes, Mr. Jim T, I, Herring bought of J. C. Boner Mrs. Clouse is visiting her daughter. Preston caught three weighing 18, 20 eleven head of sheep at 84 per head. Miss Annie Clouse, of Waliaceton. and 21 lbs. each. Mr- - C, A- - Robinson is havinga stone If you have plies cuke them. No J. D. Bridge, editor and proprietor wall erected in front of hjs yard. use undergoing horrible operations of the Democrat, Lancaster, N. H., will add very much to the appearance that simply remove the results of the says: I would not be without One of his pretty home. disease without disturbing the disease Minute Cough Cure for my boy when Miss Hallie Rice spent last week itself. Place your confidence in De troubled with a cough or cold. It is with Miss Lida Arnold Mr. and Witt's Witch Hajcel Balye, It has the best remedy for croup lever used." Mrs, N. H. Bogie visited friends never failed to cure others; it will not lm Stormes Drug Store, Danville, Sunday Miss Jennie Hig- fail to cure you. Many have set tobacco plants Nor- gins, of Marcellus, spent Sunday with lm Stormes Drug Store. man Grow heads the list, having fin- her cousin. Miss Georgia Dunn ished setting his crop. He is a young Mr. John Swope, accompanied by Mr. The Appetite of a Goat. man of unusual foresight, has ideas of Speed Boner, visited his parents at Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose his own, and is very successful. He Middleburg. and called on his best Stomac and liver are out of orber. All Mrs. W. B, Dunn and such should know that Dr. King's New stretched wire across his plant beds, girl Sunday over which he spread canvass. It was daughter, Miss Georgia, spent a very Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and an experiment which proved to be a enjoyable day at the Clemens House Liver Remedy, gjyes a splendid appedecided step far in advance of the old in Danville, Monday, , , - Mr, and Mrs. tite, sound JigestloR ftRd a regular vay. Girls, he will make a living for Nick Perkins and daughter, Miss Jen- bodily habit that berfec health and nie, Miss Tine Johnson and Mesdames great energy, Only 25 cents at any Drug you. Curl your hair and look sweet. Charles Burdett, and Wm. Lear, spent Store, Wednesday with Mrs. W. A. Price, Found. At Storme's drug store, a marvelous near Lancaster .... Messrs. Joshua cure for all kidney complaints, nervous Kemper and James A. Yeager, and Some tobacco has been set. exhaustion and female weakness. It Mrs. George Lawson and little son, Francis, left Tuesday to visit friends is Foley's Kidney Cure. The wheat crop hereabouts is look in Oklahoma. Mrs. Lawson will make i'ng fine. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. it her future home., Most of the farmers are done plant Little, neglected scratches and ing corn. wounds frequently result in blood- The B)?rcaj)ts report a. booming poisoning. Better heal them quickly spring trade. Paint Lick is coming to New goods received at Mrs. Hasel-den- 's with DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, a the front in every way. every week. h There is talk of another livery sta S. Haseldenhas a nice line of a record of always curing piles, old ul J. ble here. The prospective owner hand made saddles. cers, sores, cuts, wounds and skin dis Mr. G. W. Rice, who now lives in Mad Rev. Clark will fill his regular ap- eases, Stormes Drug Store, lm ison county. pointment here Sunday and Sunday Dr. E, C, Poyntz has rented a house Weak, Weary aad Wasted. Whes night. From Kidney Diseases, why not try from Mrf ifenry $lQqre, and has his For Whooping Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis, or Consumption, no medicine Foley's Kidney Cure, a guaranteed office there, but Stakes bis meals at the Jennings Hotel, C. C. & J, E Stormes. equals coussen's honey of tab. Price medicine. A party of pretty young ladjes, from 25 and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Richmond, have been yisltln Mrs. A. D. Cochran and family from Paint Parks, A fishing party was enjoyed Lick, spent Sunday with Dr. Elliott by the crowd a few days ago. Miss Nannie Ball is visiting in W. Hill and Alex Walker went to J. We have a new tonsorial artist, in Nicholasville this week R. L.Warner has Quite a Danville Monday number of our citizens spent Sunday returned from Stanford, where he has the person of Mack Moore, of RichC. M. Jennings and been for some time.... Misses Marie mond, who has located here and can in Cincinnati wife spent Sunday with J. 6. Hasel-de- n Joseph and Sallie Ross, of Lancaster, give you a clean shave or neat hair cut Mrs. Hill and daughter, visits were entertained by Miss B. Gulley, in the latest style. ed in Lancaster the first of the week. the latter part of last week ballard's snow liniment cures Mr. Miss Sallie Bourne has returned and Mrs, W. T. West and family, of Rheumatism, Neuralgia,' Headache, from a pleasant trip to relatives in your city, were the guests of" Mrs. Sick Headache, Sore Throat, Cuts, Sprains, Bruises, Old Sores, Corns, and Lexington Miss Minnie Ison, from Eliza Saddler.... Messrs. Silas Wilmore, spent last week with her and W, E. Dunn, of Lincoln, all pain and inflammation. The most ' sister, Mrs, Armstrong. . . . Miss Ruth visited the Misses Sandidge the latter penetrating liniment in the world. Duucan and Miss Emma Spence, two of last week,... Little Miss Beulah Price, 25 ct, and Wets, C. C. & J. E. Stormes. beautiful young ladies from Nicholas- Beazley has been quite sick, but Is ville, spent Saturday and Sunday with better. . ..Miss Alice Saddler is spendMrs. Lucy Dunn and Miss Nellie ing this week In Lancaster. . . .Mr. and Bourne Miss Dasle Collier visited Mrs. Alex Walker visited Mr. Will her sister, Mrs. Burdett, Sunday. . . . Long and wife, at Marksbury, last E. B. Pointer bought seven shoats Miss Sadie Turner, from Middlesboro, week. . . .Miss Mary Burnslde, of your from Tom Meritt (or $10.50 is visiting her cousin, Miss Lucy city was the guest of Mrs. Willie Mr. W.-L- , Lawson bought a nice lot Lackey Sunday. . . .Mr. Clayton Wear- - of fat hogs from Mr. William Davis for 3ic per pound. Corn planting is in full blast in this ASTHMA. COUGH vicinity as we are a little late we will ! DoasSa aOssi Heff S aw Tar U gumm Ml rise earlier and work harder. wOaU.s4alaneiafscsewSrslief UsUsmm fad was. Foley's) Mrs. Woods Walker started to EnstJUikaa. Honey a4Tarla taWwitaetkarsMtJaUa UtMt, sals s4 mm field, Ills. Wednesday to visit her H Isllsd-t- e ata tm. CoaUUi iltii mother and other relatives there...: rsaasUet lad Is ataat 4. , Little Ed Walker is up and about VA MMPME 9M94rMBnM again after his relapse. . . .Mrs. Robert Sl rotoy MsasWssasdsfcsgHs Mono? Tar dees as hsM,aa nm nest Is bm4 Martin and two children are visiting IsIbb aasasiaialsHl Mllia ill itl Hear at her fathers Mr. J. W, Newland. . . . slasas,Sjsslslsistatsi lsrIISMasJTM , letnil Jeeps mi aMettestowSMaa ms, sad W msw stassi MtCST YOUR fOOO. issi lisSat seee slclrssss Is eas4 li stall awsarj-t lastassaaMMsMasH far cast, of all Ur ts4, it cfeatss tor etff properly Diooa ua un yo ww I roes tsio tost MNNiMttiNA HaMa to alssost aajr sUscsm tks kMaa systsss Br.J,C. Msksa. at A sf laf H raiam Is kslr ms. Css Dr. CarlstaOt's Gerssaa LlTsr iad ssUasas die frit amlslss.isjsiWaass FtwiM sjU watch tks recslts. XOS.W isai saad ? Maaay t Ohm. sassy eas el lbs root asfseUaitsrtakiar savJKc. A tftfl vU. k OMTisttss. Pries Iksss lisiusls ssaM astal far tsvseMa wq ssesii i is nil's ii si i bsiafc silaaa-rtoy Maay ad Tm aUabssi it amis, alia e, e, sister fcfa 'Qalte the Fad Xo. Ttfey were discussing the dfcto!s"of a projected county exaibitioia of fat stock, poultry and. c'rfceTit-- work. t'I think," said 'the chairman, "that all the preliminaries have been attended to." An angular man In the baok of the hall stood up. "Ilave you invited Dewey?" he asked. Instantly all was confusion. It was a terrible oversight, but ono man's forethought saved the day. Chicago Post. Wanted, a Chance The "man was saying all sorts of unkind things about several people who hadn't treated htm fairly in. a certain, business venture. "Don't talk so, dear," remonstrated his good wife. "Be more charitable. You know it's love that makes the world go round." "It is?" ha snapped. "Well, I wish It would make it go square for awhile." Detroit Free Press. t' RUNNING SORE After Six Years of Intense Obstinate sores and ulcere which refuse to heal under ordinary treatd, ment soon become chronic and Suffering, Promptly Cured and are a sure sign that tho Du O O O entire circulation is in a depraved condition, lbey DJ Oi Oi Oi are a severe drain upon the system, and are constantly sanrjiner awav the vitalitv. In everv case the uoison must be eliminated from the blood, and no amount of external treatment can have any effect. There is no uncertainty about the merits of b. S. S. ; every claim made for it is backed up strongly by convincing testimony of those who have Deen cured by it and know of its virtues by experience. Mr. L. J. Clark, of Orange Courthouse, Va.,writes: " For six years I had an obstinate, running ulcer on my ankle, which at times caused me intense suffering. I was so disabled for a long while that I was wholly unfit for business. One of the beet doctors treated me constantly but did me no good. I then tried various blood remedies, without the least benefit. 8. S. S. was so highly recommended that I concluded to try it, and the effect was wonderful. It seemed to get right at the seat of the deep-seate- ii uio u Aiitir i niA nilllaiaii in r IIIV MM "Take back your gold." the singer cried, "It was not gold," the man replied, Twas copper, and 'tis lost, I ween. For I dropped It In a slot machine." N. Y. Evening Journal. HE'S HAD TO SCFFEIU Ooae Foreyer. Volonnlo Kraptrons. Flatwood. w Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures them, also Old, Running and Fever Sors, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons, Corns, Wiats, 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. Mc. Roberts Druggist. lm disease and force the poison out, and pletely cured." awilts Hpeclnc I was soon com Buckeye. J. W. Brown sold to James Parks, a lot of hogs at 31c. Dr. Amon is putting up a telephone pl.ice to, the Kentucky line from. river. Rev. Stacker, of the Cliristain church delivered an interesting sermon at the Baptist church here Sunday, and an other by Pastor Pike on Sunday night. A number from your city attended services here Sunday. Died, on the 7th, the beautiful and lovely baby of Mrs. Morton Teater, aged seven months. This makes the third death in her family since the first of February, To the grief stricken widow we can only tender our sympathy, and say we know your home is draped in mourning, and chairs are vacant around your fireside, and you feel desolate, but the sweet comforter gently whispers iiLqok up, your fliar ones are riq longer iri life's dusty way, but have reached the better home, prepared for all of God's people." F, K. Sutton and two little sons, Allen and Panl( of Marksbury, visited Mr. and Mrs. Eb Dickerson, Saturday and Sunday. . . .Misses Mollie Hendren and Ada Roberds, and Messrs. Hendren and Barnes, of Madison, were guests of Miss Hattie Jones, Saturday and Sunday.... Miss Georgie Petty, of your city, was with Misses Cordie and Nell Ray, from Saturday until Monday. . . , James Jackson of BryantsYille, was in our midst Saturday night and Sunday J. M, Reynolds apd James Taylor, of Rockcastle, were, visiting friends here Saturday and Sunday. . . . Silas Hill and wife, of Silver Creek, are mingling with old friends here this week. .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 heaUh. with, a few doses of whitjs'b. piigAM YfitiMBflfi: Pfice 25c. C. C $ J. E. Stornies, drives out every trace of impurity in the blood, and in this way d sore or ulcer. It cures permanently the most obstinate, is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains not a particle of potash, mercury, or other mineral. S. S. S cures Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula, Cancer, Catarrh, Eczema, Rheumatism, Sores, Ulcers, Boils, or any other blood trouble. Insist upon S. S. S. ; nothing can take its place. Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. deep-seate- S. S. 8. FOR THE BLOOD i tla Florida? Havana "Of course a man wants to be ac quainted with a girl before ho marries her. I suppose you knew Mrs. Brown thoroughly before you proposed?" "Er n no; if I'd known Mrs. Brown thoroughly, I doubt whether I should have prop Er lovely weather we've been having lately 1" Ally Sloper. QqotlRST Scripture. Mrs. Dorcas Why do you think the new women will never be successful in their attempt to get the earth? Pprcqs Because, my dear, the good book says the meek shall interit the earth. Judge. Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. The TraJa Service is per feet In detail. Fast schedules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours Cincinnati to Havana. r, ' "s jmmSuniAco HaV IrTarksbury. MONTHLY SUFFERING TThon8and9 of HEALTH "Lvjtm.it troubled at inter- women ar The great remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases ot tbo ffeneraUrs organs of either sex, such as Nervous Prostration. Falling or Lost Mankood. Impotency. Nightly Emissions. Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, excessive usa of Tobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. With everr 1CTCD ItClUC 95 order we guarantee to cure or refund tho money. Sold at $1.0U per box. Tien UOlROt 6 D0XCS for g5.oo. DK.MOTTS CUEHICAJL CO., CleTelaad, Ohio. monthly vals with paint in the head, back, breasts, slioulders.sides hips and limbs. But they need not suffer. These pains are awnotoms of Igngefous derangements that $an be corrected.' The menstrual function should operate painlessly, McRoberts' Drug Store. A few BOON TO MANKIND! D" TABLER'S BUCKEYE Ik PILE v, co Paint Lick; carisiedrs German 2 Pirn 71 h Bryantsville. liver Powder Cures INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly all Disease the Human system is beir to. makes menstruation painless, and regular. It pnts the delicate menstrual organs in condtt tion to do their, wortf p'rcfpeify-And that gtppa ki this pain. Why will any woman suffer Month after month when Wine ofCarduiwill relieve her? It costs r.oo at the drug store. Why don't you get a bottle i j A. CURE New Discovery for the Ceruin Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 60 CENTS. - - 310 ftKft fcWi Stmf, ST. LOWS, IALLA85, Sid F. thoroughlyanti-septicapplicationwlt- JAMES lxxtt oytnntoms. Adviiory." Department,'.' ?mt Mt. Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga, Tenn. If n. KQZEMA Th IjRTJO STORE. xifj--or 'Hsu troublta With tsrribls sains . At IEWIS. Qsnsrills, Tsxas. saw at monthly Inttrvalj In si hit 4 bsek, They MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS ness overcome Weakirregularity and omissions, increase McGremry. Fpr Sals by ttii mm Hm R, E, McRobQVtS. aad banish "pains. of menstruation." They are "L.IFE SAYEKS" to girls at womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No known remedy for women equaJa them. Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold, by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. McRoberts' Drug Store. nV"skfe new livery; Vey Best Rigs KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. San-did- ker stable and am prepared night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g to furnish the Knights are fraternally invit ed. Ed Bishop, C. C. S. Haselden, K.R.& S J. on the shortest notice Special attention given Com THEE TABLES. morcial Travelers. I have purchased the Wal of Pythias, meets every Friday Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst yi qj&m peifttf, toO JUow s Crwosjat Rmt fiwaa U Rates 10-1- 3. SICE BENG2? aoath-b'a- d W. H. HOSHAL Commission International 5. S. Convention Atlanta Ga., April 562p. I Merchants, CO., K. G. Brwacku Vlzed, pssses Lancaster 11:10s.m North-h'a- d 33& r. M " Utxed, " a :52 a. " North-- h Pass'gr " M 13dfl a.m w Bouthh'ad Qaeoa Creseeat Roats. NORTH BOUND. Gaftle,Hogs,Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS v PASSES DASIVILLX. 1 oaiia Confederate Veterans' Reunion Charleston, S. C, May CINCINNATI, O. Southern Baptift Convention Louisville, Ky., May 11-1- 8. information regardlnglivestockcheer (Dally except Sunday). ...6:09 a. m 1 M p.ss Nnaber 6 Dally, Stop S M a. as Somber 4 (Dally) Flag I....s:5p.a Nuaber a (doa't slop) Number 10 fully furnished. Consign your stock di11 JX a.m. NBKtberlstops when Sag ed) rect to us. Those 7348 Nomher 5 (Dally except SBaday)....llJ&a.. rr H Chickaxnausa Dedication Ketucky Monumea4y Y? 8. BEAZLEY. Number (Bally except Sanday) Kamber 1 (Midnight Say) OfflcelB ..,..75 p.m . 11 : p. m.. May' : 'fBL (IfTSIBk x ' BiWical 11 . Ckarlotte, N; C, June Ajmbly 30-2- 9. with Vitalised Air. the New Thompson Ball dine. DINT18T Teeth extrsotcd without pal a - Chesapeake aad Ohio Railway. Lv. Lexington, dally. ...11:30 a, M. aad 8 J& r. M Ar. Washington. " .... 6:45 " " 5:40 " ' .... 10:15 V Philadelphia, "New York, M .... 13:40 aeoa M M Tiinjpikf, Notice. - tata sSssasSijS I" WmmmSZfmmiim mmmmwmmmmm E. 1Q.V McKooerU. Notice Is hereby stven tbst s meeting of the " Bostoa, 7a5a.)f- .... Lsrcsscrr & Dlx river Turnpike Co., will be held at the Iroa Bridge, on g tardea Msr S, ThioBfh sleepers tm Kework from Lex la a', . Dlr M,M o'etoek ssleH s Beer el lisajTxtegte tea. Jeka C. Cramer r reetorslo ssrre thaeassje legyesr. 7 JaajiW; JTiixxs, Prftsideal ji