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IJ TENTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 25 1899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tOt 4 I I i i 0 h NUMB R s LAND RAM o s- tC n Iv s x 9 Liter 9 Ft sr t 1 1 3z kcT tnttu1 1tiotb-s t ChanpionBinder See them be fore you place your order for Machines FUNERAL DIRECTORS I Champion Draw Cut Mowers F BEAZIEY BAUGH IAN JRIHASELDEII ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky WMcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Civil Engineers and Surveyors LANCASTER KY JNOTHAYS JIHAMILTON Hays Hamilton Robinson Attorneys and Counselers at law LANCASTER KY BAL JERonIN ON ZING 1 E r LOCAL HAPPENINGS U UU lUlU U l U nU U nrmitnnnt ninnnrnrnntrnrnrnfnrnrnrnrnmmtrnrnt 7JJItlUIltdUdiUl 4444 Hihest price in cash or Eggs at Lot of ferns geraniums c will be here today J We will 10 cents per dozen for Eggs in goods R L Jennings Co Paint Lick New lot of fancy tissue paper will come in next week for mantloj draper ies J CTiioirp oN For Rent I have about 05 acres of good Clover to rent cheap 3t WM H KINNAIUD Society will meet with Mrs W McC John ston Saturday afternoon A full is dsired Found Spectacles Pair of steelrimed glasses Good ones Owner can get same by calling at this ollice proving property and paying 50 cts for this notice The Best on the Market Hoosier Corn Planters Brown Johnston Roller Barring Disc Harrows Deering Binders and G S GAINS Stock Pens We understand Sir Rice Benge will shortly begin the erection of his stock pens on Crab Orchard street This will be one of the best improvements the town has ever had Well Patronized- A great many took advantage of the low rate 150 round trip to Cincin nati Sunday We understand these excursions will be run frequently if patronage justifies it midSummer Wear Come and get a Soda Watef or suit for comfort during hot weath er Good coats at 85 cents and 100 Crash suits at 375 M D HUGHES Agent Not having the time to collect them I have left my accounts in time hands of E Brown for collection All those will please call at his ollice the Police Court room and settle at once and save W II by E Brown agent fO r T r mIPSON I coat Notice indebted cost Lackey- 4t rade your eys pay The Ludestid attendance Cultivators Mowers I I am standing a nice Jersey Bull 100 cash m25tf B L ELKIN Harness than town W JR ANS Bring in your old vehicle and it made new Wont cost W J Fancy Clover and Timothy sold and delivered anywhere in by G S Gaihes I have second hand Surries and Phaetons at a bargain Building Lots If you want to buyaft nice Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 cheap T CnuiiEY Now is the time to get a big bargain- in a Surrey Buggy Road Wagon You can get harness at when you buy any kind of a vehicle W J ROMANS Stone Speaks Monday Capt W J Stone will address the citizens of Garrard at the Court House Monday afternoon at 2 oclock Go hear him Real Estate Sale Judge J C Ilemphill sold to John Floyd a lot on ave forty feet at 1 per foot It begins to look like things are boomipgin Lancaster when land is sold by the foot Teachers Examination Examination for white teachers will be held in my oflice May 19 and 20 The examination for colored teachers will be held at same place May 20 and 27 ma4tfj ELISA J LUSK Supt Henry and John Duncan have con solidated their shops and are now in the old stand over Powells store cor ner Public Square and Lexington street Polite attention sharp razors clean towels and many years experience fit them to do the best of work tf Premiums The Howard Tailoring Co of Chi cago is giving a pure fur felt hat with each suit sold during May They are A 1 hats and the latest styles No change in prices Fits guaranteed Give us a trial order as many are do ing M D Hughes agent cheap r any UCh Ro3 W t Phae or Totten Next a lase i av you s fray JR0MANS Buildin cos HEADQUARTERS FOR Loan Robinson NECKWEAR The handsomest line far that we have offered you The choicest styles you will find in 25 and 50 cent the best values you will find anywhere Mens New Puffs Teck FourIn Hands Club Ties Bows Imperials c A Rainbow Assortment by We are the people if you want Neckwear JUST RECEIVED our fourth shipment of I i Fine footwear ff Black Tan Vicies Patent Leathers in fact every thing9 that is in Shoes Prices lower that you jean find them anywhere besides you get free shines with shoes from 2 50 up Mens oeeoeeeee tto Up J y To Date We head tlie list fin Shoes Hatsaaa Furii SEE US Wfi W LLSAT YOI Yjf 0 i J1 t tw I c hi J Tb Q1otiiing i- tg Goth A 7 t- tf w rEt Decoration Day All old soldiers both the Blue and Gray are earnestly requested to meet at Masonic Lodge room Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock to make arrange ments for DecoratiQn day Soldiers of the late war should also attend Will Hustle Now The foundation of the Hotel and Opera House having the work of placing the now being done In a few days a large force of brick layers will begin work and the building will go up almost as rapidly as Jacks bean stalk Masonic Lodge Tonight The local Masonic lodge has invited Bro Henry Sandifer and his excellent team to come over from Danville to night and confer the third degree He has accepted and the Lancaster Masons are looking forward with mnch pleasure to tonights work Another Wheelers Wilson Manse Ky May 22 1899 Mr E W Arnold Lancaster Ky My wife is entirely satisfied with the machine I bought of you We think the Wheeler and Wilson the very best Machine made They are noiseless rapid and light running S D COCHRAN Dripping Springs Mrs b D is making great preparations to open the Dripping Springs hotel on June 1st MrsRoth well made a great reputation for the quiet little resort last season and a great many more people have signified their intention of spending a vacation there this summer Colored Soldiers Attention Thecolored Regiments of the Regu lar Army are filling up very fast and there are only a few vacancies left All ablebodied colored men who can read and all exsoldiers who desire to reenlist should call at once at the Recruiting Oflice in Lexington Busi College Building Main Street near post office Lexington Ky maitf Save money Come in Monday and get a suit of all wool goods at shoddy prices They will wear you twice as long as common goods 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 in prices M D Hughes Agent John Robinsons Circus Old John Robinsons circus which has been pleasing Kentuckians for thirty years will exhibit in Danville Wednesday June seventh We are already counting the days between now and the notable event As soon as the bill posters struck town we tel egraphed for reserved seats on the top row next to the band for Mr W C Price and ourself Dont This The ladies of the Fork church will give a Strawberry supper at Mr F B Kempers who resides just below the church next Thursday evening June 1st from six oclock till ten If you want something good to eat and plen ty of it dont fail to be there Every body invited Admission 25cts Lieut Lucien Young Many Lancaster friends are to know the War Department has recognized the gallant services of Lt Lucien Young and promoted him to rank of Lieutenant Commander He cammanded the littie bulldog Hist and those familiar with the daring work of the little craft applaud the just recognition Lt Young has Pretty Brick The pressed brick for the hotel are being put on the ground They are made at Zanesville Ohio and are beauties They cost 2i cents apiece laid down here They are brought to Danville over the Q C and hauled here in wagons Mr Ryan says by doing this he saves 250 per thousand the freight being than that by the L N Speaking J W Daugherty of Nicholasville who is working in the interest of M A Cassidy candidate for of public instruction addressed a good sized audience at the Monday and his talk was well spoken of He was introduced by L A one of Garrards most prominent colored men Mr Leavell said If the democratic ticket is made up of such men as Mr Cassidy I will vote for the entire ticket MustPxy thePolicy Many friends of the late Benj C Dunn will be glad to know that his widow Mrs f p wll receive the full amount of the 2000 policy he held In the Mutual Benefit Life In as Mr Dunn had failed to pay last premium they were bound but the court ofappeals decides that as company had granted an exten sign to a beyond that time 4t must pay thef till amount with damages i id I E E J sufficiently i D9 Rothwell Miss received superintendent Court- House Leavell leUa Dunn surance Co company c settled joists i delighted less charged S The claim that hot the certain tdme 7- t s Things are Better Since Joe Petty has been on duty as night watchman the disgraceful con duct heretofore carried on has been abated and people living in the cen ter of town do not feel as though they were in the midst of Sampsons fleet in action A man doesnt mind pay ing taxes when he knows his and we may safely say his life will receive some protection We hope the lord highcockalorums will keep Petty on Jordan Humphrey Mr Vester Jordan of Wilmore and Miss Lizzie Pumphrey of this city were quietly married at the home of the brides parents in this city Thurs day evening by Rev Massee of the Baptist church The wedding was a surprise to theirfriends they having kept it a secret until a short time be fore the appointed time The groom is a welltodo young man and the bride a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas W Pumphrey isa young lady of many accomplishments The happy pair will reside at Wilmore Colored Recruits The War Department has wired T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ky to enlist colored ap plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser vice sending the former to Fort Grant Arizona and the latter to Fort Doug lass Salt Lake City This cellent opportunity for young colored men to get into the regular Army Recruit for white Infantry and Caval ry regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W T JOHNSTON MOtf Main St Lexington Ky Capt MeFarland Retired Capt McFarland of the 16th U S Infantry has upon his own request been placed upon the retired list He has been in the service thirty years The wounds received at the famous charge up Hill have caused him much trouble and his physician advised him to retire and enjoy a well earned rest The part he took in the San Juan fight has been highly com plimented by the War Department and the daily press that published of the fight Recruits for the Philippines The Recruiting Officer in Lexington has just received orders to enlist a number of white men for service in the regiments now in the Philippine Islands These men will be sent di rect to San Francisco from Lexington and from there to Manila This will make a fine trip for able bodied men unmarried and not over 35 years of age It will be a chance to see the world and possibly make a trip en tirely round it Persons desiring to enlist should apply at once to the re cruiting officer in Lexington in to be in time may 4tf After the G A R Capt Herndon and James Dillon representing the white Post and Ca rey Mullins of the colored Post went to Glasgow Monday to attend the state meeting of the G A R They will make a strong fight to have the meeting held in Lancaster next year If it comes it means many dollars to the town beside much enjoyment to the friends of many old Vets WE GET rr A telegram from Capt Herndon says We get the encampment in 1900 This is good news and now lets all hustle to make it a grand success Sunday Only The bible says Sunday was set apart as a day of rest Thats very true but the 1899 Sabbath is used by people principally as a day to be re ligious The longtail coat the jack assinagraveyard look are only ex hibitedon Sunday and the hypocrite lays them at 10 oclock Sunday night to be used no more until the following Sunday One of Sam Jones subjects is Sunday Only Religion and in it Samuel has food for much talk It is disgustingto see so many men pretend to be religious on Sunday and then be as mean as the very devil the next six days New Paper At Stanford Hon T M Goodnight and Mr Joe F Waters were here Monday and told us a brand new Democratic newspaper advocating the free and unlimited coinage of at too ratio 16 to 1 without the consent of anyother Na lion in the world located right on top of the Chicago platform and redhot for Hon William Jennings Bryan for President wilL be launched at in a few weeks with themselves as the editors They propose for it to be a visitor to every household in Lin coIn and adjoining counties and will print oyer three thousand the first issue the subscription price being only 100 per year and it will be an eightpage withthe news of the world said they were meeting with the encuurage ment from people in Lincoln Boyle adjacent counties and now is the time to climb ink band wagon Mr Goof night is a of much ability Every body knows Toe Waters and what of a fellow he is r d Lt- V is anex SanJaun order some si Stanford paper t t property accounts aside lust whole greatest Mercer asey Garrard and lawyer kit a- k xK Contract Let for Erection of Hand some Block on thu Old Opera House Site Monday Dr J B Owsley of Stan ford closed a contract with Messrs Ryan for the erection of a handsome block of buildings on the site of the old house This building will cover the entire lot from the National Bank to Richmond street It will consist of four store rooms running full depth of lots and oflice rooms above The front is to be of Ohio pressed brick with trimmings of cut stone and the entire front of store rooms plate glass There are to be large fire walls each store and the entire build ing constructed in the latest and most uptodate manner The building will cost 10000 and is to be completed by fall The erection of this block will be one of the greatest blessings the town has had There is a demand for more store and oflice rooms and this building will fill a longfelt in Lancaster has been decidely too high and the additional rooms will we sincerely hope bring the prices within reason Dr Owsley has the thanks of our people for his en terprising step The Messrs Ryan will begin work at Foot Mashed The other night as J T Hammond was unloading ice one of the large cakes fell on his foot badly mashing the member and causing much pain Mr Hammond hauls ice from during the night and the is partially the cause of the Hes about all right now The Protracted Meeting We do not remember of seeing more interest displayed in a protracted meeting than is being manifested in the one now in progress at the church Every seat is occupied at each service and the most marked attention given the speaker Eld Powell is a man of excellent a fluent speaker and displajS much feeling in expounding the gospel of Jesus Christ and Him crucified Quite a number have united with the church A feature of the meeting is the splendid music Some fifteen or twenty of the bestsingers in the take part and this in connection with Miss May Z Hughes ac companinierits makes complete one of the best choirs we have ever heard It is not known yet whether the will be closed Sunday night Lancaster Is Coining Some idea of the rapid strides our town is making can be gathered from the following list of work we found in the office of Messrs J R and Richard Ryan Their office at Hamilton House is one of the busiest places in town but they always find time to be mighty polite and kind to callers They now have on hand the residence of Cabel Denny on Lexington avenue 12500 the Hotel 20000 J C Thompson dwelling 2800 lou residence 1500 Thos Austin residence 81800 Dr J B Owsley bus iness block 10000 Then they have to remodel the residences of Capt Herndon Dr J B Kinnaird J C Hemphill JEStormes and Maj R Kinnaird They are also preparing plans for much prospective work among this being the Y M C A gymnasium remodeling the Cnristian church and several dwellings Fine mint Crop rear yardof the Court House in this city is one of the finest crops of mint that ere the sun shone on About twentyfive years ago each of the various officers at the building kept a jug of fine liquor at hand It was the thing in those days even in the private home to bring out the demijohn and nothing was thought of it As stated above the Court House officials no exceptions to the rule and in order to make things complete this bed of mint was Not only the officials but many citizens took great pains in seeing the mitt well looked after Their careful attention was rewarded as the roots are thickly set now and the fragrance of the weed causes the mouth of ma ny a sanctimonious old cuss to wa ter as he passes the spot We say sanctimonious old cuss because its that class who use mint in theirn The poor devil takes it straight Notice to Trustees Under instructions from the State Superintendent two Trustees were elected in each School District in Garrard County last October the one receiving the greatest number of votes to qualify as the regular trustees on July 1 1899 and the receiving next to the greatest number to qual a vacancy supposed to be then existing Since that tion the Court of Appeals has decided that there was no vacancy at that time but that th old Trustees hold over year longer receiving next to the greatest vote qualified through mistake was in reality never a Trustee Therefore the who received the GREATEST NUMBER OF VOTES at thOctober election will be recognized by me as the legal for the ensuing tern and he will accordingly qualify some time during the month of June I3t J LUBE Co Supt GOOD opera between wan t- Rent once accident i education county the ll Bal lathe once one the man r t i tk J f Stanford darkness Christian organ meeting M were planted one try at to fill Olec lieace one Trustee r x tom 4 r J 3 ill Exhinit Of the Art Is H S n The very attractive All are in the newest fancies and in great vari eties Our Torchon and Val Insertion and our iainty Embroideries are just what you need to yet off the new spring frocks ofthe little ones AllIliterest Bmbroiaeryakers iNo- wHere desi sdare c enne Lewn Most every Shade Width Very Great Variety Shownin Our Ribbon Stock every We have a few Ladies Tailormade Suits left which will be closed out At a Great Bargain DRYGOODS COMPAN Y a t sIr Y r 4 J I 4t i 1 V CENTRAL RECORD BVEBT mHK BT LANCASTER KENTUCKY LOUIS LANDRAM i Ptrb1tsZ ar x1SRxs ONS YAX TVRU i lie ADV SIX Y NTa8 50 d2 CB 100 OHUUSDAY May 25 1809 A WOMAN at Middlesboro sued the Belt railroad starting before she could get seated in the car thereby throwing her down with her baby but the Court of Appeals held that a rail road is not compelled to delay the starting of its trains after reasonable time is given passengers to be seated This is just about the kind of cases railroads are generally sued about There is not one suit in every ten brought against railroads where there is a legal cause of action but once be fore the average country jury the heartless corporation catches it in the neck ioN SAM J BOBEUTS makes edi protest in the Li JE ngton Leader against calling Attorney General Tay lor the Administration candidate for Governor He warns Republicans that Huch a course is not conducive to party harmony and says the President has no candidate for Governor of Kentucky There are several republicans the nomination and ore long the tight will be as warm as that of the democratic brethers Heres hoping they will all win 3Tcm the second or third time the separate coachjlaw has been declared constitutional It does look like to settle the question If the colored people are given as good as white folks the law is a good one at which no one ought to kick Any sensible colored man or woman does not want to force into white peoples company It never was intended so and never will be THE Civil Service Commission threat ens to investigate the Louisville col lectors office Of all the disgusting farces the civil service caps the cli max It only serves to hold in those whom the party in power wants to keep but otherwise does not amount to a hill of beans In Constipation HEUBINE affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses will usually be found to so regulate the cretory functions that they are able operate without any aid whatever Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes England marketed nearly onehalf the wool supply of the world in 38t8 The entire output being 2204000 Weak Dyer Are 3I dp Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and so on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store Jm The largest amount of wool produced in the United States was We clipped 309748000 pound- sIt makes no difference how bad the wound if you use De Witts Witch Hazel Salve it will quickly heal and leave no scar 1m Stormes Drug Store s 0 wanting accommodation In1895 for trial thought Paines CompoundGives I Strength Cep Best spring medicine It makes the We sell and recommend it weakstrong Buckeye Ray have returned flue toblin where they purchased 52 cattle j W Brown bought at Lancaster court 16 cattle at 20 per head Allen Gulleyi of Makison of brain fever Tuesday was buried following day at He a wife and one child J E Dickerson and wife attended church at Marksbury Sunday Master Felix and Jesse Jones went to Crab Orchard Friday ou their wheels There will be a strawberry supper given at the residence of John Ham on the evening of the 27th for the benefit 9f the Baptjs Ad mission 85 uents children 5 cts Sup per from six to eleven Come one come all Misses Celoste Simpson and Marion Ray visited friends in Madison Saturday and Sunday The Pleasant Hill district has the services of Miss Mary Leav ell as teacher for the public school Nothing has ever been produced to equal or compare witliT nLgus BUCK EYE PILE OINTMENT as a curative and healing application for Piles Fissures blind and bleeding external or inter nal and Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum The relief is immediate and cure infallible Price 50 cts bottle tubes 75 cts Q C J E Stormes Stone Some of the farmers took advantage of the rainy weather last week by setting out their tobacco plants Your correspondent has been on the sick list for several weeks but is some better at this writing Rev F Neal filled his appoint ment at Scotts Fork 2nd Saturday night and Sunday Sunday school will commence at Scotts Fork next Sunday morning at nine oclock Every one ig invited T L Saunders bought of Lewis Murphy two spws and nine pigs at Luther Rainy has improved the looks of his dwelling very much by putting new veranda R A Stone and family of your city attended preaching at Scotts Fork 2nd Sunday and visited T Sanders and family Miss Emma Naylor Miss Mattie L Saunders Sunday Mr Wetzel of Wilmore was the of his brotherinlaw L M Crutchfield Sunday Miss Tiney of Back returned home Thursday after a weeks visit tp sisters Joe Hicks and East Mesdames Peachie Grow and T L Saunders were called Sun day to the bedside of their mother Mrs Rebecca Scott Mrs Sallie Grow visited relatives in Jessamine last week Comes from Dr D B Cargile o Washita I T He writes bot Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had cause her great suffering for years sores would break out on her head anc face and the best doctors could give n help but her cure is complete and he health is excellent This shows thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tetter liver kidneys and powers ex pels poisons helps digestion builds the strength Only 50 cents sold b flnn irntor to 0 Jame dnd Jas iron J died the leaves secured In W 1750 lip to L ber- t Polo t- QIQrloQII New tlesof I R E McRoberts Druggist A JosephbtmlOtt anal ins anl Buckeye lurch visited est Four l See our Beautiful Line Wall NEW DESIGNS OF I Pape- u Best Quality I Low KY CAN SELL YOU Paint V Wall Tintingsc Cheaper than any House in this Section Stock was laid in before prices advanced R E M ROBERTS LILLARD STOUT DANVZLLE I 8i I A BUSINESS EDUCATION If abalntelr Decenary to the young man or young woman who would win success In This being conceded tis of first importance to get pour training at the school that strands in the very front rank THE BRYANT STBATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY BOOKKEEPING SBOJllHAICD lUtJlY Seven each one i speelaUat In his line beautiful book graduates ogee tJ1 Oyez the ta experienced teachers write fortesttmonialo tram bone United will be mails13R= The Graded School if k The n Qs successful year in the his tory of the Graded came to a close yesterday when the Commence ment exercises were held in the Pres byterian church The school leas had many a hard blow singe its establish ment but it has weathered the storm waged by a few dissatisfied parties and now a firmly established which Is an honor to the the town and community During the year there were 296 pupils enroll ed in Addition to the Ivinflergarten The lattor in charge of Miss Marga ret Murphy is somewhat of a side de partment but the good accomplished by it has been greatly praised by pa rents whose children w s placed there inThe Primary Department is in charge of Miss Margaret Murphy who with the able assistance of Miss Grace Kinnaird has done great good with the children and every patron of the school who we have heard express themselves say their children have made better advancement than and they loudly praise the competent teachers The Second and Third Grades are under bliss Anniq Ifays tons supervision while the and Fifth are in charge of Miss Jay nie Shumate Miss Knapp West charge of the Sixth and Seventh Grades and Prof K F is in charge of the Eighth and THE RECORD has taken occasion to ask as to the satisfaction given by these teachers and every one interviewed patrons of the say their chil dren have never better headway than they have this year We heard no objections whatever and whenev er a certain class of people here in Lancaster can not find fault with a thing you pan safely put the fact down in your note book as being solutely straight The music department has been un der the skillful charge of Mrs Belle Johnston Burnside She had twenty six pupils and notwithstanding the large number gave ample attention to each and many compliments have been passed upon her work Mrs Burnside is a natural musician find blessed with energy and she makes one of the best School Fourth s school made aU- f I I r patience Institution usual ha Ninth being h teachers to be had The fact that all the present teachers were unanimous ly chosen to serve next year goes to show the high regard the Board has for them The people are glad of their retention as they know theni thoroughly competent and reliable Prof Patterson whose likeness pears herewith took charge of the Marksbury James Aldridge Jr sold on County court day a good work mare for 18 Owing to the repairs made on the Fork church services were held in the school house which accomodated a very small congregation The work will not be completed for some time Mrs Taylor Burdette of Bryants ville spent Monday with her aunt Miss Ruth Aldridge who is qnite sick at this writing Mr and Mrs J E Dickerson of Buckeye attended church at the Fork Sunday and visited their father Mr F K Sutton Mrs Kathrine Aldridge of Lancaster is pending several weeks with her sonss Messers H D and M G Aldridge Rev W M Kuykendall has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Louisville and Mt Washington Miss Mary will return Thursday Dr J H Durham and Mr John Ankins of Kirksville attended church at Bry antsville Sunday and dined with friends in this community He Fooled Surgeon All doctors told Renick Hamiltonof West Jefferson O after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fjstual hewould die unless a costly operation was cured himself with five boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Eartn and the best Salve in the World 25 box Sold by R E McRbberte Druggist I aIr the performed bnt he 1 cents a s school one year ago He is finely edueat ed industrious and a perfect gentleman in every sense Q the word Ke gives his to the school and attends to his own business Pro Patterson Is u good man to any community as his pleasant bu siness relations honest dealings and faithful work are an example for not only young men but some older ones who fail U practice that which they profess to In order that the people may have a clear conception of the amount of work required of the pupils in the School before graduation we print the course of study in full from the time the pupils enter the High School Department gcactet ation As in the other departments each separate grade embraces one years work and before a pupjl is pro the next higher grade he is required to pass a rigid examination at the close of each year in 8b grade he must receive a signed by the in grade with the of the Principal which certificate permits him to enter the nit higher grade Course of study in the High School Department EIGHTH QRAP- EArlthmetiCj completed United States History oampleted Civil Gov ernment Elementary Algebra Latin beginners boot DrawingSyn thetic MethodNINTH GRADE Roman History Algebra completed Physical Geography Rhetoric Latin Viri Romae Studies in English Lit eratureRasselas and Gullivers Trav els TENTH GRADE American Literature Plane and Solid Geometry Cesar Physics History and Botany ELEVENTH GRAPE Virgil Plane and Spherical Trig nometry English History Astronomy Shakespeare Julius Cesar Macbeth and Geology Psychology will be incited in this grade here after There are no elective studies but all must persue their regular course The commencement exercises were held in the Presbyterian church at 1C oclock yesterday morning There are four graduates Each had splendidly prepared essay and they were read with an ease and gracew hicl was highly complimented and appre ciated by the large audience is the order in which they came and the subjects Mr James Ander son Over the Alps is Italy Miss Mary Landram Burnside The Past Has Taught its Lesson the Present has its Opportunities and the Future has Its hopes Miss Olivia Smitt Sweeney My Boat is Launched Where is the Shore Miss Maybel Royston The Czars Universal Peace Proposition Each graduate received many floral designs Between each c say pupils of Mrs Belle Bqrnside ren dered exquisite music which was greatly enjoyed The diplomas were presented by Mr W I Williams who made a few wellchosen remarks I UOK Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumptson Dr Bells will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentyfive cents at McRob erts Drug Store 1m Flatwood Milton Grayson traded two cows to Wm White for a threeyearold sad dIe mare Milton Grayson sold Mr Grimes sev en calves for 14 per head and two for 1250 each Mr C I Ogg will be at Flatwood next week to take pictures for a week soThere will be meeting at Good Hope church Saturday at 2 p m and Sun day at 11 a m by the pastor Rev A J Pike R T White and Mrs Sarah White spent Friday last James Bells Mr Gel P and MissfMocte Hawley to Rockcastle county Thursday MaylS and were united in marriage Coughed 25 year I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until used Dr Bells PineTarHon ey It has savedfaylife J C Resell Grantsburg HI McRoberts Drug Store im t t e boo motedto rtiolar t General Ha let Following beautiful PineTar Honey 1 t i strictly haven ntil the pin acid teacher that approval said eloped i s WMkk lanes atrona MM M A KioatUt SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Battles Only 25c 60o and 10O Sizes BE SURE YOU GET PtaeTarHcwc W1t iA 14 l IIA mew eQ toJr a M wee ea ruQKhs and agile Itmsk b1wah 1 B8YEA undneveroeed Eony It gripa Nina Mrs Wm Henry is on the sick list at this writing W A Wheeler sold a cow to Geo Adkins for 38 Morris Ross sold to Rice Ross of Buckeye one row and cair for 24 Mrs Elzira Jones Ray sold to a Richmond party her nice saddle horse for 90 The heated primary in the Kirks ville district for constable went in favor of D Turner Unless a woman eats sufficient nour ishing food she can neither gain nor keep a good complexion Food when digested is the base of all health all strength and all beauty HEUBINE will help digest what you eat and give the clear bright beautiful skin of health Price 50 and 75 cts C C J E Stormes Farmers have begun setting their tobacco even before some get their ground broken for corn Next Saturday is regular meeting day at Freedom when all the mem bers of the church are expected to be in their places for the dispatch of business Rev J I Wills preached at Free dom to a large crowd on last Sunday on the subject of Faithfulness of the Christian Many other churches were represented by the young blonds For Whooping Cough Asthma Bron chitis or Consumption no medicine equals COTTSSENS HONEY OF TAR Price 25 and 50 cts O C J E Stormes Freedom church will begin this week to repair her old walls and in the near future she will look as of old and as she will be 100 years old in 1900 the Association will be invited to meet there to celebrate its year Many a fair young child whose pal lor has puzzled the mother until she has suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained the rosy hue of health with a few doses of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Price 25c C C J E Stormes Mr Blakeman was made an Entered Apprentice Mason at Kirks vine the night of the 20th and other petitions are expected in the near in fact Madison Lodge is enjoy ing a revival at present If you have piles CURE them No use undergoing horrible operations that simply remove the results of the disease without disturbing the disease itself Place your confidence in De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It has never failed to cure OTHERS itwill not fail to cure YOU 1m Stormes Drug Store Mrs Morris Ross of this viciuity gave a Legal Tender dinner to her many friends on the IGth inst they having pieced a crazy quilt which they delivered on that day and none but those who were there and partook of the delicacies can realize the worth of the occasion and the real to be to the family to have their relatives and friends present on the occasion If you suffer from tenderness or on the right side pains under shoulderblade constipation sickheadache and feel dull heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid and ongested DeWitts Little Early Risers will cure you promptly pleas antly and permanently by removing the congestion and causing the bile dubts to open and flow naturally THEY ARE GOOD PILLS 1m Stormes Drug Store r YOU important Centennial future pleasure- It seemed biliousness t S Rufus fullness Ring out the old King in the new Ring out the false We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs sad Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs areexhfla rated mucus is cutout the cause of that tickling is removed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough Q1C Sing is the true Pine i the and the inflamed Tar Honey Wallaceton E B Wallace bought of Geo two yoke of oxen for 210 Mrs is improving being able to sit up all dzy last SundayThe grandson of Eph raim Shockley was a horse here on Sunday but was not hurt although tine horse got all over him DIGEST YOUR FOOD ninety pet cent at 4M Is caused food not dij ted it creates poi sons and goes and then yon are liable to almost ty disease the unman system is heir to Us Be Carlstetlts German Powder and iehUifet nnlts You will feel the good effect one dose Gire It a Price 25c Dr Balsam Cough Just the Medicine f Children Socsaleby McRoberts Rev GeoBendrIckson the Baptist minister here who tendered his one month ago will continue to preach lam having been called by a majority of the members voting at a meeting held Saturday People who have once taken De Witts Little Early Risers will never have anything else They are the famous little pills for torpid liver and all irregularities of the system 1m Stormes Drug Store Mrs Thos Soper left Friday for a two weeks visit to her mother relatives and friends at and Danville and as a Tom unlike many men looks about as forlorn as the average There is a general complaint a total destruction of watermelon plants by a little striped bug One morning last week Jas A Baker went At Stormes drug store a joirvelous cure for all kidney complaints nervous exhaustion and female weakness It is Foleys Kidney Cure C C J E Stormes out to hoe his melons a patch of hills but every plant was destroyed Much interest is being manifested in regard to the building of a pike from here to Berea One route was last week we venture the asser tion that there is no place in Madison county where 4i miles of pike would be a better investment of the amount necessary for its construction than would this one Since the erection of the new school house in Wallaceton last year has been cut in twain and as the house was too small to meet the de mands of the law and the district those contributing for its erection agreed to give their stock in it the building of another E B Wallace who is always awake to a good bargain and also the improvement of town bought the house and moved it on one of his own lots and joining it to the house now occupied by Mr Colson thus made it quite a respectable residence The erection of school house worthy of the town it is to occupy will be commenced at once BALLARDS SNOW LINDIENT cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headache Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain and inflammation The most penetrating liniment in the world Price 25 cts and 50 cts C C J E Stormes lii hell John Wylie rapI- dly thrown from seriously 4 sI ness intO 1 ttQru GUm Cu You r It EL resignation Lexington i consequence bachelor hereof FHtncr surveyed the district 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The Maximum of Comfort The of Rates y Rates Time and an other information win be cheerfully furnished by C P ATMOMC r LOOISVILLKM ORGANIZED IMS Revresentin Followin COmDaImm FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE II West o TICKETS I Go A a M l r l sa eceua lrM mum F C ITIZHfS MQHAi Bill OFLAIOAaTElrT Capital 50000 Surplus Fund souonxD Oarcfal aad Pro I K HieaiHBOTHAM 8 W HOMO BIT i OO WAUU Preside TieePresld i Assistant Casb BookXee DliKCTORl JMHIMIHBOTHAK LBWZI YLBATUL BOJUxoiDJx BFHUMOV Aux emtt JJWAXUB LK1fU Y rAYur O TYAuete Y 100091B- DSINI aQ tM Cashier JLJoaasols JNs Iiezzs N ooO i Tf NOEL SISTERS The Leading Milliners A large assortment of Summer Millinery just inweek Come in and select your Hat while goods are and fresh We areas usual IN THE LEAD with UPTODATE GOODS and our prices are very indeed Nsw line of Flowers Chiffons Mousselines etc Also White Chip and Leghorns Hats Phone 85 3 l t ne hTOSB CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY May 25 I89g C C Carson of Stanford was in town Monday Miss Nancy Harris is visiting rel atives near Buckeye Ralph C Anderson Jr has from a trip to Middlesborough Brown Anderson of Nicholasville was a visitor in this city Monday Mr Daw Mahan and wife of Dan yule visited this city the past week Wm Dunn of Danville was in this city Sunday visiting Harry Robinson Mr Sam Menefee of Stanford has been visiting James Beazley and wife Miss Mattie Jackson of RIchmond has been visiting Mrs Jno EStormes Hon T M Goodnight was here Mon day mingling with his many friends Mrs Dr J M Frazee of Maysville is visiting Mr and Mrs H C Jennings Will Anderson of Alabama is his Mr J M Higginboth am son Mrs H A Price is visiting her daughter Mrs S P Grant of Dan yule Jesse Walden is spending a week with his brother Rev Wm atBloom F D Gaines and wife of Danville have been visiting Mr T Currey and family Mrs Louisa Perrin of Garrard is with her son J W Perriu Stanford Journal v Miss May Tumie of Danville is guest of her brother Mr Tumie on Danville pike Dan Breck a Richmond man who has scores of friends everywhere was here this week and Jennie Burnside have been visiting Misses Allie and Mary Anderson Sheriff S M Owens and wife of Stanford visited the family of Capt White Monday Mrs Wm Price and son Will of ofDanville visited Mrs Susan PriceSat urday and Sunday We have a number of Beautiful Us in stock and receive new ones every few days We have only the so and invite an inspection of them We know we can suit your taste ifyou will Call and See Them Sallie D Tillett I 9 InLexingtonreturn- ed visiting uncle visitIng field r a 1 l LEsoNAhoeaovooo p1 f 4 I 1I 1 1 I A 1 r Ii r A hisses Bessie f 1 r Latest 1 the A are day of the son the for the rey Messrs Dick Ryan Will Dunlap and Fred Frisbie visited Lexington a few days this week Herbert Kinnaird Saufley Hughes and Lewis West attended a party at Richmond last night Letcher Owsley attended the party given by Miss Ada Dickerson of Nich olasville Tuesday evening Capt Wm Herndon and Jim Crow Dillon are attending the G R at Glasgow this week Mrs Tankersley and baby of Silver Creek are visiting her parents Mr and James Pumphrey Miss Julia Mae Gaines has returned from the houseparty in Richmond given by Miss Bessie Turley Mrs A H Rice returned Monday from a very pleasant trip to and the Mammoth Cave Mr D Mahan and wife Mrs Sim Slaughter and son of Danville Mrs G S Gaines guests Sunday Mrs Joseph C Frank and little daughter Joe Hord of Flemiugsburg the guests of Mrs Joel Walker Hon R H Tomlinson returned Sun night from a business trip to the North West where he has interests Miss Mary Anderson Rice of Gal veston Texas is the charming guest Miss Hallie Rice They were this week by Miss Sallie Lou Myers Miss Hallie Hamilton is visiting friends in Nicholasville and attended party given by Miss Ada Dicker Miss Florence Darnall who has been pleasant visitor of Miss Florence Harris returned Monday to Mays vine Mrs Henry Faulconer is at home a few days She will join her hus band in Maysville where he will hold a meeting Rev Charles Powell filled the pulpit in Louisville Sunday for Rev Powell who is holding the very successful meeting here Misses Margaret Walker of Paint Lick and Mattie Robinson of Bry antsville have been Miss Mabel Roys tons visitors Miss Mabel Royston gave a tea this week to the graduating class Misses Mary Burnside Olivia Sweeney and James Anderson Mr Merritt Baldwin wife and little daughter Frankie and Miss Curleen Ballard of Richmond visited Miss Nell Dillon Sunday Miss Mary Burnside entertained Tuesday evening at a lunch in honor her guest Miss Eugenia and the graduating class Bob Henry left again this week for the wild and wooly west When he returns Uncle Solon will kill the Prodigal and banquet the calf Wheres Ed Walton today was querry we hoard probably one hun dred times Monday The hustling little gentleman was in Mt Vernon the Journal says Joe L Frohman the hustling and gentlemanly proprietorof The Globe Danville was here Monday and hon ored us by a call They dont grow cleverer fellows than Frohman Tom Hammond and Frank Pumph of THE RECORD office went on excursion to Cincinnati Sunday and returned swelled with red lemonade popcorn and railroad sandwiches Mr John M Higginbotham went to Airs Louisville entertained II I r Gen w Dun lap in no of Oklahoma to leis niece Miss who was shot by an account of whichwe published in last issue test reports say Miss Arnold is alive but suffering great agony Eight persons who have unite a with the Christian church during the pre sent meeting were baptised in Dix We are indeed glad to know that Ben S vope is out again having been confined to his home two weeks from a wound obtained catching his foot under an A harrow Bill Owsley is well and once again presiding over the destiny of a mash tub at Mocks Distillery in Boyle county If papa will be good now we will write no more antemortem obituaries Richmond Climax Jack Rout of Stanford was in town Monday in the interest of harvesting machines A Record man passed Jack and noticed he was talking machine the crowd but his eagle eye was upon a pretty girl sitting in a buggy near by Nathaniel Woodcock is in our city representing a moneyed syndicate who will open up here a grain and house handling stocks bonds etc Nath was offered the choice ofseveral offices but true to his cause accepted the place of his birth the town spring thirst having never been fully elimi nated Somerset Progressive Home Journal Attorney Letcher Owsley of caster was amongthe visiting K Pshere Wednesday In his home town Letch ranks as a prandennial orator about like Chauncey Depew does in Gothan which is to say that he has no superior and few equals Letchs toast at the K P banquet here was decidedly one of the best things on the menu Register Mr G N Jean of Boyle county was here yesterday making of the estate of the late Hon Wm Berkele Mr Jean told THE RECORD he had been promoted from general U S storekeeper to division deputy and would enter upon duty as such the first of the month His di vision consists of Boyle Anderson Mercer and Jessamine His is a justly deserving one Judge Joe S Robinson and wife are back from California They are both very much improved in health The Judge has gained about twenty pounds flesh and is looking remarkably well He is much pleased with the country and talks a great deal about it but when we asked him if it beat Kentucky he said No Sir Theres place on earth like old Kaintuck And we see where he is right It has been a long time indeed since the latchstring of THE RKCOUD was pulled by a more welcome visitor than was Col Wm Hughes on Monday Col Hughes as everybody knows runs the Gilcher Hotel at Dan how to feed with a capital F and in addition to this very essential poin can come near making a guest feel at home as anyone we ever saw At the breaking out of the recent war he and Harry Govannoli organized the famous CatFish Guards an organi zation which led the charge in every important battle while seated com Portably about the office stove in the Gilcher Col Hughes is all right and we would be mighty glad to hear his melodious crying Front behind the counter of our new hotel Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle Dr Kings New Discovery for and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she sledt all night and with two bottles has been ahsnlntlv cured Her name is Mrs Lutz Thus writes w c Ham nick Co ofShelby N C Trial bot tie free atR E McRoberts Drug Store a 5 11 I Arnold officer still BIdeby alto commission Lane cardRichmond settlement promotion sanctum everybody a ubon her and for seven years she withstood Consumption I see Luther a 15 tie by Farm Sold J Y slid J F Robinson Jr iv bought of W A Hiatt his farm at Hiattsville containing 251i acres Price 10000 cash N The pupils in Miss Annie Roystons department of the Graded School gave a pleasant entertainment Tuesday afternoon The exercises were quite interesting and reflected much credit to both teacher and pupils Are vou mis uiua Everyone must have felt that a cheerful friend is like a sunny day which sheds its brightness on all around and most of us can as we choose make of this world either H palace or a prison John Lutbock A Paint Lick Enterprise Adams Fistula Salve put up by Adams Fish Paint Lick is meeting with ready sale every where Persons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Polevil Swinney Scratches Greasy Heel etc It is sold on written guarantee and money re funded if not as represented ap13 Court Day A good crowd came in Monday and business was very good There were about three hundred on the market and nearly all changed hands Heifers brought 4 calves 425 and yearling steers 20 The demand was better than last court day A few horses and mules changed hands at the usual prices The merchants a good day KJda Win The little boys base ball team went to Richmond Saturday to play a nine of that city They won by a score of to 16 The Lancaster players were Will Doty Will Walker Green Clay Walker George Dunlap CharleyWest Dick Anderson Louis Burnside Hiatt Shirley Elkin The Rich mond boys will come down and return game Saturday week The fellows loudly praise the way they were treated by their neighbors Unreasonable We wish people who patronize other printing offices would be kind enough to also send their axes there to be ground It rubs the fur the wrong way to have some fellow come here for favors who does not patronize the office when he has an opportunity We do not mean this as a bid for work but only to remind such people of the fact that they display a lot of unmit tigated gall when they ask us to sing the sole use of patrons of THE RE CORD Let the hide go with the tail telling your troubles to the one you patronize Unrecorded Deeds The following is a list of unrecorded deeds in the Garrard Co Clerks otlice May 16th 1890 The following is a list of Unrecorded Deeds in the Garrard County Clerks Office May 16 1899 Adams Willis Trustee to Sallie B Leaven Abner Baker hrs to 1 N Gastineau Arnold Ike to Win Ganey Adams Minerva to Sallie R Williams Austin Geo M to J G Sweeney Aldridge Artie to Telephus Pollard Arnold James to Maria Pollard Adams Theo by comr to Kittie Adams John to James Mullins Adams F c to George Adams John W to Win McWhorter Anderson Robt L to Sidney Faulkner Anderson comr nie Anderson same to Lida Smith same to Mattie Anderson Anderson Henry to Robt Rice Burdett S L to Ben Lackey Ball Joseph to Jim G Galloway Brown A B Jr to J R Hill Baker J A c to Charley Baker Babcock A W to Geo Collier Beazley Keene to H P Watts I m ra Lacal NIce rtahnucnt Sir Enlargement report The Charley playa lit hospitable I Ito Perkins Hardin J M hrs by to Nan I 11 lnt1 cattle Bunfcit to Thssia P Bardett Best Lien hrs to Eben Bests bis Bourne S Je to Ambrose Bourne Baazloy Rene to John Beazley Bradley W 0 to Jas M Morgan Baxter Dillard to Frederic raftsBank Lancaster to Leonidus K Marlt same to V S Leavill Baugnman J P aduir to Alex Cechran Butcher Sarah c to W IF Wherritt Baker Abner irs by comr toT B Carter same to Henry Boyle same to Cyrus Eason same to same to M F Smith same to Mack Petty Brown A B Sr to F M Carter Bourne to John P Ham Boner John C to Charles and George Gaines Burk Nancy J to Isaac Willham Ballard P T to J W Barclay Coldiron Wm to W L Lawson Carter Malvin to Stephen L Walker Cochran Alex by to Henry Cochran Coy T M hrs to Marion Coy Cooley Nancy hrs by comr to Robert Ross same to Joseph Rodgers same to Walker HannahMoore same to James Ross same to Lizzie Tankersley c Cooper Sam to Jeff Dunn Cloyd David to Thompson Moberley Collier Martin to J W Spratt Current I D to R C Hamilton Dunn Jas and Erasmus by comr to Ruth Ann Dunn Denny Geo to B F Metcalf Dunn Elisha to Al Herring and others Davis Wm hrs by comr to Patsy Ann Parkersame to Rebecca Lowry same to Sallie Walker same to Denny Davis same to Frederic Davis Duncan Wm Chas to Berry A Dun can Embry Jennie S Elkin c Floyd Alex to John C Boner Gill Tolvin to Francis Gill Grow Peachie and others by comr to James W Simpson Gill John S by comr to Levi Long Grimes Margaret by comr rot V Grimes Hudson B F c to Cook Hibler Harveys J W hrs by comr to J G Sweeney Hamilton Jas I to Carrie Preston Henry W F by comr to Wm Coldiron Hamilton Jas I to Wm Blanks Hill John R to Ira Parton Hendrickson J G to Trustees District No 35 Hayner Co to G W Coyle Gates Hiffginbotham Geo des by comr to Mary R Mitchells hrs Herndon Wm assignee to WS Walker Hurt John Sr c to J W Baker 0 P to B M Burdett ThosE by comr to J Scott Hudson same to J S Hudson Herring T I to Isaac Baughman Hammack Sarah E to Ned Lawson Huffman W J to H B Ray Huffman Joseph to Samuel Huffman Hamilton hrs by comr to H C Hamilton same to Emily Curds hrs same to Ike Hamilton J S to T B Keinper Kennedy Arthur by comr to R H Tomlinson Lusk Washington hrs to Robt and W Leavell Susie K by comr to J B Car ter Lancaster Cemetery Co to Bright Her ringsame to I N Gastineau same to W G Jones same to James Rogers same to Wm Pope c same to Wm Green same to L Brown same to John R Farris Layton Alex to J M Sanders Lear E Exr to Wm T Watson Lane Henry hrs D P to Henry Lanes hrs Lear Elijah to Eliar Leavell Lawson Wm L to Edy Faulkner Layton Jas to Clara Layton Lawson Jas hrs to Salem W Gillispie Lawson Wm to Jack Denny McQuerry Thos hrs by comr to Wm McQuerrys hrs McQuerry Thos hrs by comr to Jas McQuerry Lat i J B to T to lIarga I Johnson S Bettis I Iii same com r Sc W C C dson sham ft 1 II Vi Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at GK S Q Z It fully Warranted and Excels all others dsFar mMacliinery Always onHand Consign your stock to Rabenstein Harris Conner MerchantsCentral Kyor Union Stock Yards Cincinnati 0 When East bill our care privilegeselling Central Covington Stock Yards will Central Cavinpn Stock Yards KentuckyAre to the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving extra expense and time In addition to the lo When shipping East dont fail to consign our Central Stock Yards Co Commission firms will give prompt attentionto consignments AllKin stockspecial Foreignbuyers benefitto E M same to Arahur McQuerry same to Jno H McQuery Mock to Trustees school distric No 32 Moore Sallie A by comr to National Bank and J T Adams Meredith Joseph admr to W E An derson Mitchell Robt to Isham Hood Miller II C to W G Rigsby Mays Matilda hrs by comr to James Mays hrs Miles N D to J M J N Nave Lee c to Jno W Smith Murphy James hrs by comrto Bra zilla Ray Miller T S to Victor Lear Northcott H B to John Estes Norris Margaret and Ed to J W Adams Newland Daniel S to Jas Hunt Owen Henry to Sallie Simpson and others Prewitt Win T by comr to John N Prewitt Pollard E S to Geo Allen Pollard Telephus to Artie Aldridge Prather J P toJas Tacker Pritchet W D to Jno A Prifchet Prewitt Jas R to S G Estis PerkinsKitty comr to Thos Adams Perkins 0 B to W McC Johnston Perkins L K to Thos Collett Philips L L to L H Philips Perkins L K to Rebecca Perkins Rice A J to Enoch Cruch Royston Jas A to Mattie Yantis Ross D G hrs by comr to Jas L Ross Renfro Andrew to S W Htilcomb Robinson John hrs to Jas Dunn Samuel to R II Tomlinson Sanders J M to Rice Logan II c Wade RigsbyBoyston C erritt S Stull EC by coinr to 0 T Soper SebastianjuniorStuart Roy to James W Coldiron Shea John to Sallie T Ashley Spratt John to Thos R Brent Stuart Roy to Jack Stuart same to Geo White Scott Elisha to Logan Scott Singleton Win to Wm E Anderson Sagarser J II to John Preston Schooler Gee to John Maret Scott Jas II by comr to Annie Scottsame by comr to Kate Scott same by to Susan Miller same by to Jennie Scott Sutton Walter by JJLS Austin Sagarser J W by coinr to J T Tudor John B to Thos E Hudson Temple King to Elijah Hunt Tomlinson R II to S T Leavell Wallace Wm to Wm Kennedy Wheeler Jas hrs by coinr to Donald son Jones Jr same to Jas Wheeler jr same to Benj Wheeler Walker E II to Win Perkins same to Ann Mullins same to Samuel Slavin col White Jas to George White West Richard c to W B Ray Walker W T to Stephen L Walker Walker Stephen L to Wm T Walker Wheeler by coinr to Marion Coy Wetter Jno II to Martha A Ball Mullins 0 S c to Case and son Wallace Wm to Anderson Leavell Yantis Jas L to school district No 17 same to 4i Yearley S P by comr to Wright hr Hawkins Benj e1 A4A kl fiito ta t If 7fVI7fVI 1J I f f1J I I I7f1Jf1Jf18f18f1J IfI87fI8JfI1J 18fI7fI7f f-r E za E EEEiEi eT 4CCEEE4CrJ i NfCKWfAR l stCDisbingJy JC Ericesu T H Ef f t D Ls IEL Si sEjH HD M J Ji 1 1 t2 h r i t az vyk r 6 FINE CLOTHING UNDERWEAR SHOES HATS SHIRTS r Hi- 2 7 7 1 IH s a r 4 Ja zsTTo The Shippers of Stock oftuls and Surrounding Counties We take pleasure in announcing to you that on and after Thursday May 25lh 1809 we will be ready to receive f and handle all kinds of live stock at The Central Covington Stock Yards located in Central Covinjton Kentuc ky an the K C Railroad near the old Covinglon Yards are built accamodate of live stock South of the Ohio river whereby they will save freight time and cxtrv expense and often loss of stock which is caused bj delays anti extra switching through Cincinnati Our yards have been in spected by shippers and live dealers from all parts of the country and the universal decision is that they are wen built and a compact set ol yards and wen arranged to accomo date the trade The yards enterprise arc meeting with public favor from sides In addition to the local buyers we have the assurance from Eastern and Foreign buyers that they will be ready buyers for all stock put on the market Any stock that you should feel like shipping East it would be tt your advantage to bill care ofour jards and notify the Commission firm that you prefer to sell your stock and they will give it prompt special personal attention One of the main these yards is to restore to cur market the standing it once had by inducing more buyers to come on the market and encourage more slaughter house to be located here as other cities an doing whereby all live stock dealer may be benefited We have been informed that tin Cincinnati Union Stock Yard Co hay threatened to take their out of the Cincinnati Live Stud llccord if the paper accepts our adver tHinent which we will not ask hen to do and lose a customer but we an willing to rely upon the County paper and country people to help to adver tise the yards The Central Covin gton Stock Yark Co Spring chickens are ripe Joe nicks keeps a livery Blackberry winter is in bloom Mrs A D Ford has taken a relapse Your pencil sharpener came in of a chain a few days age which is according to tradition one hundred years old It is in good order and will fit the largest man or smallest boy Little neglected scratches and wounds frequently result in blood poisoning Better heal them quickl with D Witts Witch Hazel Salve thoroughly antiseptic application with a record or always curing piles old sores cuts wounds and skin Stormes Drug Store 1m Luther Ramsey is having his house painted in and outside also some John Saunders little John is executing the work and when con pleted it will be beautiful John is a good workman and a mighty clove fellow Everybody likes him especi ally the ladies Mrs Mardie Clarke has a pet pip which for a week past after each has climbed on the fence to air Ills name is Jake and whei called he answers promptly in Hog language leaves his cooling board U say howdy and partake of the swih prepared for him J D Bridge editor and proprietoi of the Democrat Lancaster N II says I would not be without OIK Minute Cough Cure for my boy when troubled with a cough or cold It k the best remedy I ever used 1m Stormes Drug Store One of our hill girls has invented a unique way for young people to their letters and here it is as we saw it recently on a letter Carry me away at a speedy rate To Mitchell Box 52 India State There let me rest remain and be Til Mr Wilson can for me Patent applied for Miss Josephene Simpson is visiting her brother William and family thi week Gco T Stone took passage Sunday on the steamer Falls City foi Louisville thence to Owensboro Ky to visit relatives Miss Pearl Weav er has gone to the land of flowers te make it her home She is keeping batch WJ1 teach raise chickensant swap loving glances with the boyV May success follow her undertaking She is a splendid young woman and tine teacher Pneumonia la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough readih yield to One Minute Cough Cure Usi this remedy in time andsaveadoctort bill or the undertakers m Stormes Drug Store Some unscrupulous persons have been dynamiting Kentucky river foi fish and haye destroyed thousands Now are watched and one oi these days between suns you will bt No More Shakes Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE UonfTetia f f t Live yards the shippers stoc all Orchard Gpovelll possession running ulcers diseases papering mea himself for croup address b WIHIMII litutI- n ell UelrA PRIcE 50ci rL advertisement 3 r rece ntly re- you c i F L xeiciuuezth I I J taken withoutbeing dynamited If we were to call you anything but gen tlemen or white people youwould and justly so because except you go dynamiting for fish you are white gentlemen the girls all say so The dynamiting for fish is unlawful black prompted by the dev il murder in the first degree and tlwrcfore is contrary to justice The leader of the crowd is known and could have been seized before but whole kit is wanted and will be snowed under if you persist I have been a iisiicrman for twentyfive years always go when the sign is right use lawful tackle and rarely ever to have success Bait my hook spit on it and they roll and tumble over each other to get it never used dynamite never saw it used dont know how to use it wouldnt go fishing with a rowd that would use it Sory of a Slave be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a lave was made free lie says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female dis ases quickly cures nervousness sleep essness melancholy headache back iche fainting and dizzy spells miracle working medicine is a godsend o weak sickly run down people bottle guaranteed Only 50 c R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Midi Lane had a horse badly crip on a wire fence last week Grow delivered his crop of vool it Lancaster last Thursday at IS cents per pound By allowing the accumulations in the bowels to remain the entire sjstem is poisoned DeWitts Little Risers regulate the bowels Try them ind you will always use them 1m Stormes Store Messrs James and Joe Simpson have returned from the mountains with a large drove of cattle Madam Rumor tells us of several weddings to take place in this and ad joining localities before the howling f another winters wind If you are interested in horses you hould subscribe for the American tock Farm Lexington Ky The price is 200 per year but you can it from now until January 1 lf00 for if you will mention this when writing marJOtf Squirrel hunting is the present event A the day The sounding of guns from the woods in the evening makes us feel that we are near the soil of the Philipines Mr Breathitt Brown and family lave moved from their home near Sycamore Valley to their newly rected residence near Lancaster on he Lexington pike Messrs Richard and Will Burton in this vicinity trading last veek We are sorry to say that Mrs V D Ford remains quite ill Mrs Leonard Pollard is very sick at this writing Miss M E Grow and Mrs Xannie Lane were in your town Fri lay Mrs Bettie Wall and Eliza spent the latter part of last week with relatives at Hubble Mr Abner Ray and wife visited Robert Teater in Madison last week tIne latter being very low with Mrs Lizzie Teater and visited relatives here the first jf last week Mrs Mollie Ray oC Buckeye spent Friday with her Jaughter Mrs Willie Raney John Lane und Walter Grow attended preaching at Freedom Sunday Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers were he pleasant guests of Misses row and Emma Naylor Saturday light The assistant postmaster hough very popular became very nuch mortified a few days ago his best girl on the pike and she naving a new beau did not even no tice him We all sympathize with Some Women T thinl I bearing of chil drcn is a period of great pain and distress The doubt whether any medicine can relieve their sufferings Well may they hesitate about those injurious internal mixtures sq sold But they may place implicit faith in o j jK MOTHERS FRIEND which is a softening relaxing and sooth ing for external use Doubting possibility of its doing harm and there is every likelihood of its saving them many hours of pain THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA Sprai 1899 TREES PLANTS VINES Fruit and ornamental Shrubs small fruits and for Orchard and We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogue on application to phone 279 Lexington Ky s I actof now th fait e To improved very old by Juds nr led YoN Earl secure 100 paper ere daughter rheumatism sister He- met aim women oUthe c LI drugstore I c J1 I t Trees everything Garden H f I w i bead hen Till Drug LieMol necesn t Lawn EIILIENMYER of Several of our farm in wjra in tan caster Monday on buslmiss Mrs James Smalley is dangerously ill at this writing with chills and fe vcr Mrs Susan Dickcnon an aged ladv LjwcrGarrard is very ill at this writing Bennie Poor who has been sick for so long we are glad to say is improving Rev V T Willis of tficholnsrfllc filled the pulpit at Browns Chapel last Sunday morning at 11 oclock and at 7 in the afternoon Tom Askins son of Wm A Askins of this place had the misfortune of getting his leg broke last Friday while cutting down a tree J E Scott has commenced the of a large two story implement house in the rear of his carriage shop at Buena Vista E J Thisler has the contract to furnish the lumber to build the 1m plcment warehouse which is being erected by J E Scott at this place Mcrritt Sallee of Mercer county preaching at Browns Chapel last Sunday Ray Ball and Miss Massey the school teacher at Lindale made a visit to friends and relatives in Lincoln county last Saturday and Sunday Chris Spilman and wife of LDgana visited his mother Mrs M A Spilman the latter part of last week Miss Florence Christopher isited relatives in Danville the latter part of last week A TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see that your blood Is rich and pure and whole system put hi a condition use of Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Then you will be free from malaria fever colds and the grip Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder the best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Price 25c and SOc a Bottle For sale by- E K MclloDerts G A J C Siler are in the buying sheep- J F Moxier lost a tine mare this week Cause lockjaw A J Thompson bought a fine calf from 1 S Owslcy for S50 B F Robinson bought about fifty hogs from J II Thompson for 3ic Farmers are done planting corn and many are over their corn for the first time W II Cummins J F Iloltzclaw and Dave Anderson made a business tri to Louisville last week Jones L Anderson lost about 2CO bales of hay by fire last week The origin of the tire is unknown The difference in tjien and now is as follows Then we looked for som buy our stuff now we are look ing for something to buy P Lawrence of Kirksville was here first of the week Misses Jennie Pettus and Fannie Thompson has returned home from Georgetown where they have been Gco Archer was here on business first of the week Mrs Rebecca Kennedy is very sick at her fathers Mr T B White J F Payne and wife were visiting at Rowland Sunday J S Pettus and children were visiting at IT C Cummins Sun day W P Grimes and family were visiting at Lancaster last week Mrs Azila Anderson and Miss Addic Cummins were visiting at Stanford first of the week John McKenzie has gone to Mt Vernon this week to attend court Call at Mrs Ilaseldens and see the new line of ilowers and childrens hats just received The ladies of the Fork church will serve a supper at the residence of Fred Kemper Thursday night June J Allen Cook and wife of Burgin and Misses Price and Kavanaugh Coll is of Danville visited Taylor Burdett and wife Sunday Mrs mid little daughters arc the guests of her sister Mrs Ilasclden this week Mrs Dr Armstrong is visiting hcrsistcr at Wilmore and attending the commencement at that place Mrs Hogan is visiting in Lexington this weqk JMr Arnold and family of Paint Lick were guests of Dr Elliot last week Eld Allen ol Danville was amonghis many friends here and attended the supper given by the ladies Of the Christian church this week M Arnold and wife visited Mrs Bent unicorn Sunday and attended church here Roy A r nold and Miss Burnside Nannie and cousin Mr Brown of Mc Creary visited Roy Arnolds Sunday Mr H A Burdett and wife visited Mr TerrUPs family of Buena Vista last week over F L- CURESlNDIGESTiOH Tie Catering wedge for the uinansatem is fie to r PRICE 25 CENTS For Sale by E E McEoberts T j I h h I mir Ii gradually erection attended Preachersville mountains Ole to V the attendingschool T BryatsITiI1 J S Jennings T Arnold Ciiisells ermiD seases J il Biz tine fatnii 1 I ic r Pow1er taI C i f rt t w Li KOT A SHOT WAS FIRED JJryant Dispute ChnrjjcB Tlnt ilrjn- bcrs of the 3d lioitwcKy Acted jiadly and i aSca Conutercliarscs LKXINGTCS Ky May 23 Maj Jas C Bryant who arrived home last week detachments of the 3d Kentucky regiment mustered out at Savannah Ga disputes the charge that the men acted en route home lie said Sunday morning Col Smith telling me that a soldier home on the section of the train with me fired off his passing out of Chattanooga and that the shot killed ahorse I have made a thorough investigation and find that the statement is untrue They never fired a gun while pass ing1 through any town or city and their treamcnt of me was polite and respectful at all times To show you that this statement is not exaggerated whic the boys have been badly treated by the officials of the Georgia Ala railroad who gave us the meanest of accommodations I will but refer to the condition of the tars bringing us here The cars were dirty and worn out The officials wanted us to go by the Louisville Nashville 200 or 300 miles out of our wa3 and because they were refused were crowded into three musty coaches The men protested against such treatment and it is true made a great many throats These threats had their effect too for more cars were finally given us FR AK IN ANIMAL NATURE A tow i Iovlii to Judge John II West over Milked natty by a rig Finally t uuht in the Act IC May 24 A freak in animal nature has been discovered in this county It is a cow belonging to County Judge John II Westover The milkman perceived that the cow was failing in her milk As tile dnys went by the deficiency He seta watch to try and discover the cause but could find none One evening last week while in the pursuance of his usual duty of extracting the lacteal fluid a pig out of a family of 11 ran squealing from its mates and seized one of the cows teats and with a dexterity born of long practice pro ceeded to suck the teat dry The milk man looked on in wonder and not till the pig had let go did he try to drive it away which with difficulty he sue ceedcd in doing No Extra Session Necessary FRAKKFOIIT Ky May 20 State are agitated because of a point raised by leading lawyers that an session of the legislature may be required to amend the state revenue law in order to collect that half mil lion state and local taxes on national banks in conformity with a recent decision of the supreme court in the bank tax cases Acting Gov Worthington and Auditor Stone say the present law is ample and do not think an extra session will be Christian Kuclcavor Meeting1- MADISOXVIILE Ky May 21 The ninth annual state convention of the Christian Endeavor society is in prog ress here with delegates present from Louisville Ncwport Covington liar rodsburg Lexington and eastern Ken A Kentucky Incorporation TRAXKFORT Ky May 19 The Musi cians Home Mutual Protective associ ation of Covington filed articles of incorporation Wednesday The are T II and Ed Shafcr Charles Conger Frank Phillips and Oscar Vogel ISozcd Up Four Days OWEXSBOIIO Ky May 23 Charles Doris a Negro race horse man was found here in a box car after being without food or drink for four days witlra welldeveloped case of smallpox lie is under surveillance and iu being treated by the city physicians Irivato hank Organized FRAXKFOKT Ky May 22 Incorpora tion articles haye been filed in the office of the secretary of state by Miller Miller bankers of Uarboursvillc The capital stock of the company is fixed at S10000 The chief ineornora tors are George and James S Miller I No ttor Show EXIXGTON Ky May Elks have abandoned the idea of show in connection with thcir August fair and will give instead a poultry and pet stock with 400 classes hunter Accidentally Shot PARIS Ky Nay 24 Warren Bacon a well knowu young business man was accidentally shot Monday after by Sam Clay while hunting on Col James E Clays farm lie is not dangerously hurt Tobacco Establishment Struck by Light sing HOPKIXSVIITE Ky May 24 Sunday night the tobacco rehalidling estab lishmcnt D Gray near FairviewrCwas struck by lightning arid burned Loss 107060 insured Kentucky GLASGOW Ky May 24 The df tne G A K have begun to as semble iliere for tine 17th annual en cainpment of the department of The town is gayly decorated Cqmmander J W Hammond and stafJ arrjyed Sunday HAS NATURE WARNED Nature herself clad in the early garbs of blossoms forth trees and the despondent chord to vibrate to this the i mnioi n Fever If BO most not this warning as it is an indication of sickness avoid ns as our advice costs you nothing1 Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Take one dose a day at bed six days thu follow a bottle Of weeks coarde of these two great remedies will feel like the flowers look in the spring Prepare for the malarial or season the atmosphere is lint of germs If RE McKoberts ref withseveral I have just received a letter from returning pistolwhile w WIIJrA STOWS peculiar became officials extra dollars f necessary tuck incor- porators 24The adog how noon Iran t Men ber Kentucky YOU flOW of all springtime to Have Del of Malaria T Call your druggist and a bottle r Ch111 the and after 11ec W systemWarDsyOu b7J b badly ama e greater ofT partially Army menn most and how you feelI feelis Chills and tin consult Oil Tonic V OIL7 repeat tue shave These ste pRE IS DEAD Rivals fora Womans Hand Tougfita Duel While En Iloutcto tho home of the Fair Olio for a womans hand caused Riley Bethel and a young man named Scrog gins to engage in a duel to the death at Hillside three miles from here The encounter took place on the road near the home of the young woman who was the unwitting cause of the tragedy Bethel and Scroggins had both been paying attention to her for a long while and were terribly jealouJ of one another They met both en route to her home A quarrel was soon on and they engaged in a rough and tumble fight According to the reports that have reached here Bethel drew his knife and began cutting Scroggins The latter to defend managed to draw his revolver and shot Bethel through the body Ho lived but a short time Scroggins surrendered himself and is now in jail WILL ADD 10 THE INTEREST Gov Uradlcy Reached Ilcino Wednesday and tho Gubernatorial Rave Will Be Warmer Kvcr FRASKFOKT Ky May 24 lejs home coming is likely to add to the interest in the race for the nomination for governor The governor will return to the state capi tal Wednesday after an absence of 20 days at different sorts Acting Gov Worthington who has operated the mill during that time and who has extended clemency to about 30 will be relieved of the cares of the state The only pardon granted by the governor Tuesday was to J T Hobbs of Clay county whose term yearsfor manslaughter would have expired in about two months Daughters Marriage Drove Him to Sulcldo PADUCAH Ky Slay Rite aged 49 a ship carpenter Sunday took three ounces of laudanum with sui cidal intent dying at 7 oclock Mon day morning lIe was angry because his daughter was to marry The wed while friends walked the father in the street in front of the house The daughter said her father wanted to die all night A Trophy Gun for Newport Ky WASHINGTON May 20 The navy has made the first allotment Spanish guns Among other cities receiving guns were Ky and Fort Wayne Ind The second allotment will be made upon the arrival of a number of guns from Manila about the first of next month The city of Nashville is down on this list Prof fchuckloford Resigns LEXINGTON Ky May John T Shackleford who has held the chair of English and logic for 29 years in the Kentucky State college has resigned his resignation to take effect July 1 He leaves the college with toward everybody lIe simply wants rests from years of toil Must Pay That Separate Coach Fine FKAXKFOUT Ky May 20 The court of appeals has affirmed the judgment of the Shelby county circuit court which fined the Chesapeake Ohio Railway Co S500 for failing to provide separate coaches on its trains for white and colored passengers as provided by the separate coach law Killed Ills Brother CoLUSiniA Ky May 19 Two boys named Anderson living just over taline in Metcalf county were hunting when one of them aged 11 years acci dentally shot and killed his brother aged 13 The family lives six miles from Elroy this county Noted Barkeeper Dying LEXINGTON Ky May 23 Henry Heuper one of the most widely known of Kentuckys barkeepers is dying of Brights disease at the Good Samar itan hospital Heuper was born in Louisville in 1S33 Man Hangs Himself SFKIXGFELD Ky May 22 At Wil lisburg this county Samuel llolliday committed suicide by hanging himscii Mr Ilolliday was over seventy years old Germans Catholic Meeting LOUISVILLE Ky May convention of the Kentucky League of German Catholic curbs be gan here Sunday night There are about 2000 delegates present Proscly tins Ad ranee Agent LOUISVIIIE Ky May 217 Albert Arrowsmith an elder of the Mormon church is in the city He claims to be the forerunner of an advance of on Louisville for the purpose of proselyting the city Everybody Was Searched IAiNTSvnLE Ky May 20 When Draughan murder case was va led allowed 15 in flutes forth sa who had pistols to go out and hide their weapon after which everybody WrtS searched t Drowned in the Kentucky River LAWKKXCEBUIJG Ky May Evans a colored farmer got drunk went to the Kentucky river an cjjias nor one was there to take him across went to sleep on the bank He rolled in and was drowned His lody was found at Tyrone Enforcea Blrer Quarantine t BOWLING GREEX Ky May 20 The Bowling Green boardofhealth has dJ cidcd to inforce a river quarantine andMI general vaccination because of the prevalence of i S Heucie the t be hit you in the solar plexus i JJoggs Ee 1 saw the ito Company There I sat alone with my thoughts vviKboy Ho w lonely 1 you muatjtave been Indianapolis Journal d I I I Ky May 24Rivalry I himself ThRu Brad republican healthre pardon convicts acting often 23Jack dinGoccurred department ofcaptured 22Prof goodwill 23The Mormons thc cour 1 21Mat a1Jp L j BiggsDid must sysfehj N 1 f n Sh Poor y i GREENVILLE Newport Aged annual the Will sin Name Lhuve whole solar Y Journal Age does not necessarily mean feebleness and ill health and nearly all of the sickness among It RJOC older people can be avoided Most elderly people are very susceptible to but is wholly unnecessary By keep find their blood pure they can fortify themselves so 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