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GOOD. se ONE dollar a year. ChampionBinder LOCAL HAPPENINGS, 7MUU1UMUU JUJMltt ittlUiUiUiUmiUittiUiUiUiUiUiU Highest price in cash or trade for - I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at TTCorrs. 81.00 cash. m25tf R. L. Elkin, 'ourEggs, at Lot of ferns geraniums J. here today. &c will be Harness' cheaper than any la:e in town. w. J. KIhans. Dhnpian Draw Cut Mown '5.-- We will pay 10 cents per dozen for Eggs in goods. R. L. Jennings & Co., Paint Lick. it Bring in your old vehicle and Aave made new. Wont cost you uch. W. J. RojAW See tHem be fore you place your order for . Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay New lot of- - fancy tissue paper will come in next week for mantle draper sold and delivered anywhere in town by G. S. Gaihes ies. J. u. j.'iiomfon. Machines. Now is the time to get a big bargain in a Surrey, Buggy, Phaeton or Road Found, Spectacles. can get harness at cost glasses. Good Wagon. You Pair of BEAZLEYOAUGHHAN. ones, owner can get same oy caning when you buy any kind of a vehicle. W. J. Romans. at this office, proving property and FUNERAL DIRECTORS, paying 50 cts for this notice. Stone Speaks Monday. Capt. W. J. Stone will address the on the Market. The Bent citizens of Garrard at the Court House Hoosier Corn Planters, Brown Cul Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Go tivators, Johnston Roller, Barring Disc hear him. Harrows, Deering Binders and MowReal Kstate Sale G. S.' Gaines. ers. Judge J. C. Hemphill sold to John StocU Fens, Floyd a lot on Totten ave., forty feet We understand Mr. Rice Bengc will at $1. per foot. It begins to look like shortly begin the erection of his stock things are boomipgin Lancaster when pens on Crab Orchard street. This land is sold by the foot. ARTERIAL, and CAVITY EM- will be one of the best improvements Teaclicrs Examination. the town has ever had. Examination for white teachers will SPECIALTY. BALMING a Well Patronized. be held in my otllce, May 19 and 20. A great many took advantage of the The examination for colored teachers 2(5 and trip, to will Carpets, &c. low rate, $1.50 roundunderstandCincin- 27. be held at same place, MaySup't. these ma-4nati Sunday. "We Elisa J. Lusk, excursions will be run frequently if patronage justifies it. Henry and John Duncan have con JOHN T. JOHNSTON W. McC JOHNSTON, Wear. solidated their shops and are now in Come and get a "Soda Watef" coat the old stand over JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Powell's store, cor or suit, for comfort during hot weath ner .Public fcquare and Lexington er.' Good coats at 85 cents and $1.00. street. Polite attention, sham razors. Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, Crash suits at $3.75. clean towels and many years experience M. D. Hughes, Agent. tit them to do the best of work. tf. LANCASTER, KY. Notice. Premiums. J.E.ROBINPOK J.I.nAMILTON, Not having the time to collect them, The Howard Tailoring Co., of Chi JNO.T.IUYS, I have left my accounts in the hands cago, is giving a pure fur felt hat with of E. Brown for collection. All those each suit sold during May. They are Hays, Hamilton k . indebted will please call at his office, "A 1" hats and the latest styles. No Attorneys and Counselers at Law the Police Court room and settle at change in prices. Fits guaranteed once and save cost. W. II. Lackey, Give us a trial order, as many are do1ANCASTER, KY. by E. Brown, agent. 4t. ing. M. D. nughes, agent. steel-rimed J11SEIH. I have second hand Surries, Bugi For Kent. and Phaetons at a bargain-Go acres of good Clover I have about VV. JRomans. to rent cheap. N. "Wm. II. KlNNAIUD. 3t Building Lots. t If you want to buy-a- 5 nice Building The Ladies Aid Society Lot I can sell you one fxoni 1 to 4 acres will meet with Mrs. W. McC. John ston Saturdav afternoon. tondancc is dsired. A full at- - cheap. T. Cjjkkey, Furniture, tf Lancas er, Ky. cr Eotaa, Logan & Robinson. HEADQUARTERS FOR NECKWEAR The handsomest line, by far that we have offered yon. The choicest styles you will find in 25 and 50 cent, the best values you will find anywhere. Mens. New s, Puffs, Teck, Club Ties, Bows, Imperials Ac. Four-ln-Hand- A Rainbow Assortment. We are the people if you want, Neckwear. JUST RECEIVED our fourth shipment of Mens Fine Footwear. Black, Tan, Vicies, Patent Leathers, in fact every thing in Shoes. Prices lower that you- can that is find them anywhere; besides you get free shines with shoes e - 5 - &f from $2 50 up. PHBfc we head the J.flnClffwSBg, Shoes, Hats,ai& SEE US, WE Willi, 1, Since Joe Petty has been on duty as Contract Let Tor Erection of Hand some Block on thu Old Opera-Hounight watchman, the disgraceful con Site. duct heretofore carried on has been abated, and people living in the'een Monday Dr. J. B. Owsley, of Stan ter of town do not feel as though they ford, closed a contract with Messrs. were in the midst of Sampson's fleet Ryan for the erection of a handsome in action. A man doesn't mind pay block of buildings on the site of the Will Hustle Now. ing taxes when he knows his proper The foundation of the Hotel, and ty, and we may safely say his life, will old opera "house. This building will cover the. entire lot from the National Opera House having settled sufficient receive some protection. We hope Bank to Richmond street. It will ly, the work of placing the joistsis the lord will keep consist or four store rooms, running now being done. In a few days a large Petty on. full depth of lots and office rooms above. force of brick layers will begin work The front is to be of Ohio pressed brick and the building will go up almost as JordanFamphrejr. with trimmings of cut stone, and the rapidly as Jack's bean stalk. Mr. Vester Jordan, of Wilmore, and entire front of store rooms plate glass. Miss Lizzie Pumphrey, of this city, There are to be large tire walls be Klasonlc Lodge Tonight. quietly married The local Masonic lodge has invited werebride's parents at the home of tween each store and the entire build in this city Thurs- ing constructed in the latest and most Bro. Henry Sandifer and his excellent the manner. The" building team to come over from Danville to day evening by Rev. Massec, of the night and confer the third degree. Baptist church. The wedding was a will cost $10,000 and is to be completed surprise to they having by fall. The erection of this block He has accepted and the Lancaster bewill be one of the greatest blessings Masons are looking forward with mnch kept it a secret until a short time fore the appointed time. The groom the town has had. There is a demand pleasure to tonight's work. o is a young man, and the for more store and office rooms and bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. this building will till a long-fe- lt Another Wheeler A: Wilson. want. W. Pumphrey, is a young lady of many Rent in Lancaster has been decidely Manse,-KyMay 22, 1899. accomplishments. happy pair too high, and the additional rooms The Mr. E. W. Arnold. Of will reside at Wilmore. will, we sincerely hope, bring the Lancaster, Ky. prices within reason. Dr.Owsley has My wife is entirely satisfied with Colored Recruits. en the machine I bought of you. We The War Department has wired Lt. the thanks of our people for hisRyan step. The Messrs think the D 9 Wheeler and Wilson W. T. Johnston, recruiting officer at terprising the very best Machine made. They Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored ap- will begin work at once. are noiseless, rapid and light running. plicants for Cavalry and Infantry serFoot mashed. S. D. Cochran. vice, sending the former to Fort Grant, The other night as J. T. Hammond Arizona, and the latter to Fort Doug was unloading ice, one of the large Dripping Springs. lass, Salt Lake City. This isanex- - cakes fell on his foot, badly mashing Mrs. b, D. Rothwell is making great eellent opportunity for young colored the member and causing much pain. preparations to open the Dripping men to get into the regular Army. Mr. Hammond hauls ice from Stan Springs hotel on June 1st. Mrs.Roth- Recruit for white Infantry and Caval ford during the night and the dark well made a great reputation for the ry regiments are also wanted. Apply ness is partially the cause of the acciquiet little resort last season, and a to dent.- He's about all right now. Lieut. W. T. Johnston. Is Now great many more people have signified Main St. Lexington, Ky. The Protracted meeting. their intention of spending a vacation there this summer. We do not rememter of seeing more Capt. IffrFarland Retired. Capt. McFarland, of the 16th U. S. interest displayed in a protracted Colored Soldiers, Attention! meeting than is being manifested in The'colored Regiments of the Regu Infantry, has, upon his own request the one now in progress at the Christlar Army are tilling up very fast, and been placed upon the retired list. He ian church. Every seat is occupied at there are only a few vacancies left. has been in the service thirty years. each service, and the most marked d All colored men who can The wounds received at the famous attention given the speaker. Eld. read, and all who desire to charge up San Jaun nill have caused Powell is a man of excellent educaThe designs are very should call at once at the him much trouble and his physician tion, a fluent speaker and displays advised him to retire and enjoy a tractive. All are the new Recruiting Office in Lexington Busi- rest. The part he took in the much feeling in expounding the gospel College Building, Main Street, near of Jesus Christ and Him crucified. est fancies and great vari- San Juan fight has been highly com post oflice, Lexington, Ky. plimented by the War Department Quite a number have united with the sties. Our Torchon and Val- and the daily press that published ac- church. A feature of the meeting is Save ITloney. the splendid music. Some fifteen or acienne Insertion, and our counts of the tight. Come in Monday and get a suit of al twenty of the bestsingers in the counwool goods at shoddy prices. They Lawn Embroideries ty take part and this, in connection Recruits for the Philippines will wear you twice as long as common The Recruiting Officer in Lexington with Miss May Z. Hughes' organ ac are goods. If you buy of Howard Tailor what you need to companiments, makes complete one of ing Company you will get a number has just received orders to enlist a we have ever heard. set off the ne.fi. spring frocks best choirs hat, with a suit, or a line pair of sus number of white men for service in theis yet whether the meet penders, with a pair of pants, free. the regiments now in the Philippine It not known of the ones. Islands. These men will be sent di- ing will be closed Sunday night. No change in prices. Lancaster Is Coming. rect to San Francisco from Lexington, M. D. Hughes, Agent. and from there to Manila. This will Some idea of the rapid strides our John Robinson' Circus. make a tine trip for able bodied men town is making can be gathered from Old John Robinson's circus, which unmarried, and not over 35 years of the following list of work we found in has been pleasing Kentuckians for age. It will be a chance to see the the office of Messrs J. R. and Richard thirty years, will exhibit in Danville world, and possibly make a trip en- Ryan. Their office, at the Hamilton Wednesday, June seventh. We are tirely 'round it. Persons desiring to House, is one of the busiest places in already counting the days between now enlist should apply at once to the re- town, but they always find time to be and the notable event. As soon as cruiting officer in Lexington, in orfler mighty polite and kind to callers. They may the bill posters struck town we tel to be in time. now have on hand the residence of egraphed for reserved seats on the Cabcl Denny, on Lexington avenue. top row, next to the band, for Mr. W. After the G. A. R. fi2,500; the Hotel, $20,000: J. C. Price and ourself. Capt. Herndon and James Dillon, Thompson, dwelling, $2,800; n. M. Bal-lorepresenting the white Post, and Caresidence, $1,500; Thos Austin, Don't miss This. rey Mullins, went residence $1,800; Dr. J. B. Owsley, bus The ladies of the Fork church will to Glasgow, of the colored Post, Monday, to attend the iness block, $10,000. Then they have give a Strawberry supper at Mr. F. B state meeting of the G. A. R. They to remodel the residences of Capt. Kemper's, who resides just below the will make a strong tight to have the Herndon, Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, J. C. church, next Thursday evening, June meeting held in Lancaster next year. Hemphill, J E. Stormes and Maj. R. 1st, from six o'clock till ten. If you comes, it means many dollars want something good to eat and plen- If ittown, beside much enjoyment to Kinnaird: They are also preparing to plans for much prospective work, ty of it' don't fail to be there. Every the the friends of many old Yets. among this being the Y. M. C. A. body invited. Admission 25cts. gymnasium, remodeling the Cnristian WE GET IT. church, and several dwellings. Lieut. Laden Young. A telegram from Capt. Herndon Many Lancaster friends are delight Fine mint Crop. says "We get the encampment in 1900. ed to know the War Department has This is good news, and now let's all In the rear yard of the Court House recognized the gallant services of Lt. in this city is one of the finest crops a grand success. Lucien Young and promoted him to hustle to make it of mint that erg the sun shone on. rank of Lieutenant Commander.. He years ago each of About twenty-fiv- e Sunday Only. carrimanded the little bull-do"Hist" bible says Sunday was set apart the various officers at the building The and those familiar with the daring kept a jug of fine liquor at hand. It work of the little craft, applaud the as a day of rest. That's very true, thing" in those days, even was just recognition Lt. Young has receiv but the 1809 Sabbath is usad by some in "the the private home, to bring out the people principally as a day to be re ed. coat, the jack demijohn, and nothing was thought ligious. The long-taPretty Brick. look are only ex- - of it. As stated above, the Court The pressed brick for the hotel are hibitedm Sunday, and the hypocrite House officials were" no exceptions to being put on the ground. They are ays them aside at 10 o'clock Sunday the rule, and, in order to make things made at Zancsville, Ohio, and are night to be used no more until the complete, this bed of mint was plant beauties. They cost 2i cents apiece following Sunday. One of Sam Jones ed. Not only the officials, but many laid down here. They are brought to subjects is "Sunday Only Religion' citizens took great pains in seeing the Danville over the Q. & C, and hauled and in" it Samuel has food for much mint well looked after. Their careful here in wagons. Mr. Ryan says by talk, lt is dfsgusting-t- o see so many attention was rewarded, as the roots doing this he saves $2.50 per thousand, men pretend to be religious on Sunday are thickly set now, and the fragrance the freight being less than that charg and then be as mean as the very devil of the weed causes the mouth of ma ny a sanctimonious old cuss to "wa ed by the L. & T. the next six days. ter" as he passes the spot. We say . Speaking. "sanctimonious old cuss" because its New Paper At Stanford. J. W. Daugherty, of Nieholasville, T. M. Goodnight and Mr. Joe that class who use mint in their'n Hon. who is working in the. interest of M. F. Waters were here Monday and told The poor devil takes it straight. Tailor-mad- e A. Cassidy, candidate for superinten- us a brand new Democratic newspaper Notice to Trustees. dent of public instruction, addressed advocating the free and unlimited Under instructions from the State a good sized audience at the Court coinage of silver at the ratio 16 to Superintendent two Trustees were House Monday and his talk was well without the consent of anyother Na elected in each School District in spoken of. He was introduced by L, tion in the world, located right on top Garrard County last October; the one A. Leavell, one of Garrard's most of the Chicago platform, and red-hreceiving the greatest number of votes prominent colored men. Mr. Leavell for Hon. William Jennings Bryan for to qualify as the regular trustees on said "If the democratic ticket is made President, will be launched at Stan July 1 1899, and the one" receiving up of such men as Mr. Cassidy, I will ford in a few weeks with themselves next to the greatest number,, to qual vote for the entire ticket." as the editors. They propose for it to ify at pnee to fill a vacancy supposed be a visitor to every household in Lin to be then existing. Since that elec coln and adjoining counties and will tion the Court of Appeals has decided Nutrar the Policy. Many friends of the late Benj. C, print oyer three thousand the first that there was no vacancy at that Dunn will be rlad to know that his issue, the subscription price being time,cbut that th old Trustees hold widow, Mrs. f p leliaDunn, w'll receive only $1.00 per year, and it will bef an over one year longer, neoce iae man paper with-th-o news of the receiving next to the greatest vote the full amount of the $2,000 policy he eight-pagheld in the Mutual Benefit Life In whole world. They said they were qualified through mistake'andwasMn surance Co. The company claimed meeting with the greatest encuurage-- reality, ne.ver a Trustee. Therefore, that as Mr. Dunn hid failed to pay ment from people In Lincoln, Boyle, the one who received the GREATEST last premium, they were, not bound Mercer, Casey, Garrard and adjacent NUMBER OP VOTES at the October but the court of appeals decides that, counties and now is the time to climb election will be recognized by me as as the company had granted an exten int ie band wagon. Mr. Goodnight the legal Trustee for the ensuing term sion to a certairrtime beyond thafrl isa lawyer of much ability. Every- and he will accordingly qualify some time, Jt must pay the full amount with body knows Joe Waters and what kiLd time duringtke month of June. ' damages. of a fellow he is. 3t. ' Bisa J. Lusk. Co. Supt. their-friend- s, -well-to-d- Decoration Day. All old soldiers, both the Blue and Gray are earnestly requested to meet at Masonic Lodge room Saturday afternoon at.2 o'clock to make arrangements for Decoratiqn day. Soldiers of the late war should also attend. Things are Better. lEili the ., - Eiroirf Maker's Art ft Be Sea Here. at in in able-bodie- well-earne- d ma-4-- tf iainty just little f. Most every Shade, ev ery Width, Very Great Variety Shown in Our Ribbon Stock. g il We have a few Ladies' Suits left which will be closed out At a Gnat Bargain LOGAN e DRYGOODS t COMPANY CENTRAL RECORD KTXRT WXXK BT LOUIS LANDKAST, PnhUabST. LANCASTER, KENJ5JCKY. YIAX--, IK ADVAHCK. " SONS Mouths. .tlJX) . .so E. B. Wallace bought of Geo. Mjlch- ell, two yoke of oxen for $210. W A. Wheeler sold a cow to Geo. Mrs. JohnWylie is improvine: rap Adkins for $38, idly, being able to sit up all day last Morris Ross sold to Rice Ross, of Sunday. Buckeyet one cow and calf for $24. The grandson of Eph-raiMrs. Elzira Jones Ray, sold to a Shockley, was tlutwmfrom a Richmond party her niee saddle horse The Primary Department is in horse here on Sunday, but was not se for $90. charge of Miss Margaret Murphy, who, riously hurt, although the horse "got The heated primary in the Kirks all over him." with the able assistance of Miss Grace ville district for constable, went in Bepresentine Followinc Company Kinnaird, has done great good With, favor of & D. Turner. the children, and every patron of the - DIGEST YOtTft KOOD. school, who we have heard express Tllttttj pec cent, at a3i slclrness is caused br Unless a woman eats sufficient nour Aetna, projwcVX digested, it creates poiishing food she can neither train nor food not being- int. themselves, say their children have and then 70a are sons and goes Queen, made better advancement than usual, Keep a good complexion. Food, when liable to almost aiv. disease the human system is heir to. Us Eta Csxlsledt's German Llrer 817.50. Palatine, and they loudly praise the competent digested, is the base of all health, all Powder and itch. the. ternlts. Yon vrill feel The Civil Service Commission threat the good efiocjts ait5r. tald.ug- one dose. Give it Luther Rainy has improved the teachers. The ' Second and Tltfrd. National, uu au oeauiy. hekbink a trial and ecotjxlacoO frux zsc. ens to investigate the Louisville col looks of his dwelling very much by Grades are under MJss Annie Ioys-ton- 's will help digest what you eat, and give Or. Ott.SrKfi.Gum Balsam CurM Hartford, lector's office. Of all the disgusting putting You iip a new veranda. Just the Mcaioln you the clear, bright, beautiful skin of supervision, while the Fourth Drleware, farces, the civil service caps the cli Children. R. A, Stone and family of your city and Fifth are in charge of Miss Jay-ni- e health. Price 50 and 75 cts. Foe sale by piax. It only serves to hold, in those Milwaukee, Shumate. Miss Knapp "VYest has attended preaching at Scott's Fork, C. C. & J. E. Stormes Br. El McRoberts. whom the party in power wants to Conneticut, Farmers have begun setting their keep, but otherwise does not amount 2nd Sunday, and visited T. L, Sanders charge of the Sixth and Seventh Department: Continental, family and Miss Emma Naylor vis-- Grades, and Prof. K. F. Fqstle is in Rev. Geo..Hendrickson, the Baptist tobacco, even before some get their to a hill of beans. EIGHTH QnADE, ited Miss Mattie L. Saunders, Sunday charge of the Eighth and Ninth. The Glens Falls, ground broken for corn. minister here, who tendered his resig Arithmetic, completed, Mr. Wetzel, of Wilmore, was the Record has taken occasion to ask as German American,, Next Saturday is regular meeting nation one month ago, will continue In Constipation herbine affords guest of his brother-in-laL. M, to the satisfaction given by these States History, oompleted, Civil Gov to preach bete,, having been called by Phenix of Brookljs. natural, healthful remedy, acting Crutchfield, Sunday Miss Tlney teachers, and every one interviewed ernment, Elementary Algebra, Latin- - day at Freedom, when all.the mem a majority of the members voting at New York Underwriters bers of the church are expected to be; King, of Back Creek, returned home (patrons promptly. A few small doses will school) say their chil beginner's book, and Drawing-Sy- n of the in their places for the dispatch of im a meeting hold Saturday. usually be found to so regulate the ex Thursday, after a weeks' visit to her dren Liverpool & London & Globev. headway thetic Method. sisters, Pol portant business. cretory functions that they are able to ly East Jtiesaames Joe nicks andGrow than have never rnade better People who have once .taken De NINTH GRADE. North British & Mercantile Mesdames Peachle they haye this year, We heard operate without any aid whatever. and T. L. Saunders, were called Sun no objections Roman History, Algebra, completed, Rev. J. I. wills preached at Free Witt's Little Early Risers will never whatever, and whenev day to the bedside of their mother, Price 50 cts. C. C. & J. E, Stormes, er a certain class of people here in Physical Geography, Rhetoric, Latin dom to a large crowd on last Sunday, have anything else. They are the letfla;LifeMCo.QfirW,Coiij Mrs. Rebecca Scott Mrs. Sallie on the subject of "Faithfulness of the "famous little pills" for torpid liver England marketed nearly Grow visited relatives in Jessamine Lancaster can not find fault with a Viri Romae, Studies in English and Gulliver's Trav unristian." the wool supply of the world in 1818 last week. Many other churches and all irregularities of the system, thing, you can safely put thfe fact 9 Stormes Drug Store. were represented by the young blosds. lm The entire output being 2,204,000. J- down in your note book as being ab els. Qlarloaa New. TENTH GRADE. Weak Eyes Are Md Strong. Comes from Dr. D. B, Cargile, of solutely straight. For Whooping Cough, Asthma, Bron- - Mrs. Thos. Soper left Friday for a NOTARY PUBLIC, American Literature, Plane and ohitis, or did vision made clear, styes removed Washita, I. T. He writes: "Pour bot The music department has been un- Solid Geometry, Cajsar, Consumption, no medicine two weeks visit to her mother ahfi Physics, Gen equals and friends at Lexing- BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY and granulated lids or sore eyes of any tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs der the skillful charge of Mrs. Belle cotrssEN's honey of tar. Price other relatives ton and Danville, and, as a conse 25 and 50 cts, O, C. & J. E. Stormes, kind speedily and effectually cured by Brewer of scrofula, which had caused Johnston Burnslde. She had twenty eral History and Botany, ELEVENTH GRADE, for quence, Tom (unlike many men), looks Land Siverjor ani the use of 'Sutherland's Eagle Ey her great suffering for years, Terrldle six pupils and, notwithstanding the ifreeaom church will begin this about as forlorn as the average bach Virgil, Plane and Spherical Trigo salve. Its put up in tubes, and so sores would break out on her head and large number, gave ample attention AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO nometry, English History, Astronomy week to repair her old walls, and in elor. a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store. face, and the best doctors could give no to each, and many compliments have Jm help; but her cure is complete and her been passed upon her work. Mrs Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, Maoheth the near future she will look as of old There is a general complaint here The largest amount of wool produced health Is excellent. " This shows what Burnside is a natural musician, and and Hamlet, and Geology, Psychology and as she will be 100 years old in 1900, the United States was in 1895. We thousands have proved, that Electric ueing oiesseq wun energy ana pa- will be included in this grade here me Association will be invited to of a total destruction of watermelon in meet there to celebrate its Centenni plants by a little striped bug. One clipped 309,748,000 pounds. Bitters is the best blood purifier known tience, she makes one of the best after, morning last week. Jas. A. Baker went al year. SPRINGFIELD There are no elective studies, but It makes no difference how bad the It's the supreme remedy for eczema Many a fair young child, whose pal wound if you use De Witt's Witch tetter, liver, kidneys, and powels' ex all must persue their regular course, FIEE AED MARINE, lor has puzzled Hazel Salve: it will quickly heal and pels, poisons, helps digestion builds up The commencement exercises were has suspected the mother, until she At Storme's drug store, a aKirvetous INSURANCE COMPANY. rightly her darling was leave no scar. the strength. Only 50 cents, sold by held in the Presbyterian church at 10 nervoustroubled with worms, has regained the cure for all kidney complaints, Stormes Drug Store. lm It. E. McRoberts Druggist. Guaarnteed yesterday morning. o'clock There rosy hue of health with a few doses exhaustion and female weakness. It EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANGrCTC of are four graduates. Each had a Kidney Cure. white's cbr-U- i vermifuge. Price is Foley's OF NEW YORK. splendidly prepared essay and they 25c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, were read with an ease and gracew hich Robinson &UamiItMrigtsj Mr. Ruf us Blakeman was made an out to hoe his melons (a patch of hills) was highly complimented and appre ciated by the large audience. Follow Entered Apprentice Mason at Kirks but every plant was destroyed. Office ovei Post Office, ing is the order in which they came ville, the night of the 20th, and other Lancaster, :: Kkstuvxt Much interest is being manifested in petitions are expected in the near fu and the subjects; Mr. James Ander regard to the building of a pike from you Are Going North, son, "'Over the Alps is Italy;" Miss ture, in fact, Madison Lodge is enjoy here to Berea. One Celery loute was survey Mary'Landram Burnside, "The Past ing a revival at present. ed last week; we venture the asser You Going South, Has Taught its Lesson, the Present ir you have piles cure them. No tion that there is no place in Madison has its Opportunities and the Future use undergoing horrible operations county where 4i miles of pike would You Are Going East, has Its hopes;" Miss Olivia Smith that simply remove the results of the be a better invesoment of the amount Sweeney, "My Boat is Launched disease without disturbing the disease necessary for its construction than You Are Going Westr Where is the Shore;" Miss Maybel itself. Place your confidence in De would this one. Royston, "The Czar's Universal Peace WltVS Witch Haxel Salve. teachers to be had. The fact that all It has Since the erection of the new school PVMMMC TICKCTS VIA TMC Gives never failed to cure others; it will not the present teachers were unanimous- Proposition(" house in Wallaceton last year,, the dis ly chosen to serve next year goes to Each graduate received many beauti fail to oure you. trict has been cut la twain, and as the show the high regard the Board has ful floral designs. Between each es Im Stormes Drug Store. house was too small to meet the de for them. The people are glad of say, PUPUs of Mrs. Belle Burnside ren Mrs. Morris Ross, of this viciuity. their retention, as they know then! dereq exquisite music, whicn was gave a "Legal Tender" dinner to her mands of the law and the district, thoroughly competent and reliable. greatly enjoyed, The diplomas were many friends on the lGth inst., they those contributing for its erection Prof. Patterson, whose likeness ap presented by Mr, W, I, "Williams, who having pieced a crazy quilt which agreed to give their "stock" in it to Lauisvtuc Nashville R. n. j ward the building of another. Conse pears herewith, took charge of the made a few remarks. they delivered on that day, and none quently E. B. Best spring medicine. Wallace, who is always Low but those who were there and partook It makes the weak strong. Ul M acevRK or the delicacies can realize the worth awake to a good bargain and also the We sell and recommend it. laiag Irritation. improvement of our town, bought the The Maximum of the occasion, and the real pleasure Safety, Is the forerunner to cousumptson. house and moved it on one of his own Dr. Bell's will cure it, it seemed to be. to the family to have lots and, joining it to the house now The Maximum Aldridge, Jr. sold on County and give such strength to the lungs tueir relatives and friends present on James Speed, occupied by Mr. Colson, thus made it court day a good work mare for $18. that a cough or a cold will not settle the occasion. quite a respectable residence. The The Maximum Cemfbrt, Owing to the repairs made on the there. Twenty-fly- e cents at McRobIf you suffer from tenderness or full erection of anew school house, worthy Fork church services were held in the erts Drug Store, lm ness on the right side, pains under of the town it is to occupy, will be &; The Minimum Rates. school house which accomodated snouider-biadconstipation, bilious commenced at once. very small congregation. The work ness, and feel dull, CUreS BALLARD S SNOW UNfMENT will not be completed forsome time. Rate. Time mnj all other In heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid wa be cheerfully furnished by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Mrs: Taylor Burdette of Bryants Milton Grayson traded two cows to and congested. DeWitt's Little Early ' Sick Headache, Sore Throat, Cuts, C P. ATMOftr, o. p... ville, spent Monday with her aunt, Wm. White for a CAN SELL YOU sad Risers will cure you promptly, pleas- Sprains, Bruises, Old Sores, Corns, and Or by Miss Buth Aldridge who is qnite sick die mare. antly and permanently by removing LocisviujcXt. at this writing Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Milton Grayson sold Mr, Grimes the congestion and' causing the bile all pain and inflammation. The most sev ORGANIZED 1888. Dickerson, of Buckeye, attended en to open and flow naturally, they penetrating liniment in the world calves for $14 per head, and two for dubts Price, 2a cts. and 50 cts. church at the Fork Sunday and visited $12.60 ARE GOOD PILLS. each. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Stormes Drug Store. HITIZEKS NATIONAL BANI, their father Mr. F. K. Sutton. . . .Mrs. Kathrine Aldridge of Lancaster is Mr. C. I. 0?g will be at Flatwood, V 0PLAI0A8TBl.rr. pending several weeks with her sonss- - next week to take pictures for a week or so. Messers H. D. and M. 6. Aldridge Capital, $50,000 There will be meeting at Good Hope Bev, W. M. Kuykendall has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in church Saturday at 2 p, m. and Sun Surplus Fund 10,000 Louisville and Mt. Washington. Miss day at 11 a, m.. by the pastor, Bev. A. Mary will return Thursday, . , .Pr, J, J, Pike, Bronci SOUOITXD. H. Durham and Mr. John Atkins of B, T. White and Mrs. Sarah Whiter Kirksville, attended church at Bry-- spent Friday last at James Beir.i.". OUtfil u4 Prompt Attatlra 9mm e antsvilie Sunday and dined with Mr Geo. P. Tankorslyand I. X. Bimikbotham Hawley,. eloped to Rockcastle county friends In this community. PreddM EDUCATION Uiwm Y. Lbatkll. Thursday, Jaay 18, and were united in B. . Hdmoi He Fooled lb Surgeons, marriage, It abslutely necessary to the young Caaalai . O. Kl.KBY man or young woman who woald wlo All doctors told Benick Hamilton.of lulHi.1 f... success In Hie. This being conceded D. Walxu. 0Klie4 SS year. Bookxiw t Is of first importance to get on r training at the school that strands in the very front rank- - West Jefferson, O., after suffer! ug 18 months from Rectal Fjstual, he --would I suffered for 25 years with a cough. THB BRYiNT & 8TRATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE die unless a costly operation was per- and spent bdndreds of dollars-witOIBICIOll: formed; bnthe cured himself with five doctors and for medicide to no avail LODISVILLK, KY. boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the until 1 used Dr. Bell's J.M.lHimwui, Idnn Y.IiBATKK, Prienced teachers, each one a specialist is his line n5eT?H J.S.JosMeir, this college surest Pile cure on Eartn, and the best ey, T.Sf.ABJMU, has saved jay life,--- J. BoselU a bayifal book giving uSaZdSuf fULTgradSateV oSdtIm K.O.AJau,Jx. Salve In the World. 25 cents-box Grantrturg , 111. B.r.HvMe. HoBoberts Drug TJtLWaUPMT. AUZW Sold by B, E. McEobert Druggist. Store. J.J.Waus iin. brain fever Tuesday, ant was buriea tiir fnilnwinz dav at Buckeye. He fHUKSDAY May - 25, - 1899 leaves a wife and one child. J. E. Dickerson and wife attended Marksbury, bunday . A woman ui- Middlesboro sued the church at went to Belt railroad tor starting before she Master Felix and JesseJones, wheels Friday, on their could iret seated in the car, thereby Crab Orchard, . .There will be a strawberry supper throwing her down with her baby, but Appeals held that a ran eiven at the residence of John Ham the Court of ror tnc road is not compelled to delay the on the evening of thc2tn, reasonable benefit of the BaptJsJ, church. Ad starting of its trains after o cts. bup- time is given passengers to be seawa, miaaion 25 eenw. children Come ope, Pleven, This is just about the kind of cases ner from six to railroads are generally sued about come all.... Misses Celeste 8impsont frlendB in There is not one suit in every ten nd Mnrlnn Ilav. visited brought against railroads where there Madison Saturday and Sunday. The Pleasant Hill district has se is a leeral cause of action, but once oe fore the average country jury, the cured the services of Miss Mary LcaY ' 'heartless corporation" eutches it in ell as teacher for the public school. the neck. Nothing has ever been produced to equal or compare witty Tnin's, buck makes edi eye IIon. Sam J. Bobeuts pile ointment as a curative and rial protest in the Li x'ngton Leader healing application for Piles, Fissures, against calling Attorney General Tay blind and bleeding, external or inter lor the Administration candidate for nal,-anItching and Bleeding of the Governor. He warns Republicans that Rectum. The relief is immediate and Huch a course is not conducive to party cure infallible. Price, 50 cts n bottle harmony, and says the President has C. & J. E. Stormes Kentucky tubes 75 cts. 0. no candidate for Governor of There are several republicans want ing the nomination and ere long the light will be as warm as that of the Some of the farmers took advantage democratic brothers Here's hoping of the rainy weather last woek by they will all win. setting out their tobacco plants. Fou the second or third time, the Your correspondent has been on the separate coachjlaw has been declared sick list for several weeks, but is some constitutional. It does look like this better at this writing. ought to settle the question. If the Rev. W. F. Neal filled his appolnt-mentfScott's Fork 2nd Saturday colored people aro given as good accommodation as white folks, the law night and Sunday. Sunday school will commence at is a good one at which no one ought to kick. Any sensible colored man Scott's Fork next Sunday morning at or woman does not want to force Into nine o'clock. Every one 1j invited, never white people's company, T. L. Saunders bought of Lewis was intendedso and never will be. Murphy two sows and nine pigs at - . .25 James and JosephSimphofly and Jas. Kay, have returned irom ins moun tains, where they purchased 52 cattle. J. "V. Brown bought at Iisocaster court 16 cattle at $20 per head. Allen Gulleyi of Maklson, Sed of The Graded School ' Sewing Wdeefer & Wflsoi Machine. Eing In tie new Eing out the falsa. Eiagia th true" We bring to you the new and true from tha piney forests of Norway "Ring out the old DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey Nature's most natural remedy. Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, PosJtlro Cure for cougjba, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs aad Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilag rated ; the. mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no Lad illation to cough. n microbe-bearin- Rotary Motioi tad The sore, weary cough-wor- Ball Bearings t Stone. The niftsfc successful year in the his tory. of the Graded School came to a close yesterday when the Commence ment exercises were held in the church, The school lias had many a hard blow since its establish ment, but it has weathered th& storm waged by a. few dissaitisfled parties, and now stands a firmly established institution which is an honor to the the town and community. During the year there were 296 pupils enroll ed, in addition to tlio Kindergarten. The lattor, in charge of Mias Margaret Murphy, is somewhat of a side department, but the good accomplished by It has been greatly praised by parents whose children was placed there-in- . Pres--byteri- at it sehool one year ago. He is finely eduoat ed, industrious and a perfect gentleman in every sense of the word He gives his entire attention to, the school, and attends strictly to his own business. Pro.f, Patterson ia a good man to have in any community, as his pleasant business relations, honest dealings and faithful work are an example, for not only young men, but some older ones who fail to practice that which they profess to bo. In order that the people may have a clear conception of the amount of work required of the pupils i.n the Graded School before graduation, we print the course of study, in fu.ll,. from the time the pupils enter the High School Department until gradV3r ation. As in the other departments, each separate gndo embraces one year's wo.rU, and before a. ppjl is promoted to the next higher grade, he is required to pass a rigid examination, at theclrse of each year, in the sub jects included in that particular grade in winch he is a, rn.em.uer, and he must repeive a certificate signed by the teacher in that grade with the appro- -' yal of the Principal, which certificate permits him to enter thQ N&Xt higher grade, Course of study in the High School SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS mi i nnsn atroog. Battles Only. 25o 60o. and $1.00 Slzaa Ii wr"-- iww B8 YEARS never dmA mar fficdy equiC toOLD. and ma lr. Bell's M IU lll Eonv iitvnqsfckandpeniuuieniKtt UT. HAIi'S KUBaiaraBCnaW nip Mwdlaaeonghs and colds. Itmakc I Plne-'lM-- aim M. A. XiaculM. Wallacetoxik at this writing. Mrs. Wm. Henry Is on the sick list For sale by Lancaster, E. W. Arnold, Kentucky. R. KINNAIRD, m INSURANCE. - ;oac-bJL- - Cuh. 1r : United one-ha- lf X. DUNN Apt fie ai WliiiaB: m 1 See our Paine's Beautiful Line OP Compound Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS Prices If If If ire Strength. Best Quality. n R.E. Mc ROBERTS. 8TOUT, KY, Marksbury. $f f LILLARD of XA.IVVIIL.IL.E, Flatwood. three-year-o- e, of e, 6, Paint v Wall Tintings Cheapar than any House in this Section. Stpck was laid in before prices advanced. Mlss-ifod- A BUSINESS JOING DOWN HILL. People suffering from Kidney Diseases,- feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality. They should lose no h BOOK-KEEPIN- Plne-Tar-Ho- n- SHORT, a it a time in trying Foley's Kidney Vfiire, a Guaranteed Preparation. Burtfslt, XI A to ThssiaPBardctt Oklahoma fcs see life niece. Miss Arnold Bsst, liben iirs to Eben Best's hrs who was shot by an officer, account of Bourne, SJ&e to Ambrose Bourne published in last issue. La which-w- e Furm Sold. Bsazloy, Kene to John Beazley test reports say Miss Arnold is still J. Y. and J. F. Eobinson, Jr., hav Bradley, W O to J as M Morgan alive but suffering great agony. bought of W. A. Hiatt his farm, at Baxter, Dillard to Frederic Watts containing.251i acres. Bank llat. Lancaster to Leonidus K A large assortment of Summer Millinery this Eight persons, who have unite 1 with- Hiattsville, cash. Marlt the Christian church during the pre- Price $10,000 week. Come and select your Hat wliile goods are new same to VS Leavll in Dix Nice Enu'riulimiciit. "We are' as usual NOBBY s:nt meeting, were baptised by Eld. and fresh. THE LEAD to Alex Ccchran river yesterday afternoon, Miss Annie Eoyston's Baugliman, 'J P admr The pupils in GOODS, and our prices are very reasonable Chas. E. Powell. A gave Butcher, Sarah &c to W H Wherritt of the Graded School indeed. s to J. B. We are indeed glad to know that department entertainment Tuesday Baker, Abner hi by com'r New line of Flowers, Chiffons, Mousselines etc. Also, Ben Svope is out again, having been a pleasant The exercises were quite Carter afternoon. confined to his home two weeks from same to Henry Boyle White Chip and Lsghorns Hats. interesting and reflected much credit same to Cyrus Eason 85. a wound obtained by catching his foot to both teacher and pupils. Phone under an A harrow. same to same same to M F Smith Are You Thin Kindt Bill Owsley is well and once again same to Mack Petty Messrs. Dick Eyan, Will Dunlap presiding over the destiny of a mash Everyone must have felt that a and Fred Frisbie, visited Lexington a tub, at Mock's Distillery, in Boyle cheerful friend is like a sunny day, Brown, A B Sr to F M Carter few days this week. county. If "papa" will be good now which sheds its brightness on all Bourne, J B to John P Ham THURSDAY May 25, - I89g. Herbert Kinnaird, Saufley Hughes we will write no more around; and most of us can, as we Boner, John C to Charles and George Gaines obituaries. Eichmond Climax. choose, make of this world either a and Lewis West attended a party at Burk, Nancy J to Isaac Willham Eichmond last night. Jack Eout, of Stanford, was in town palace or a prison. Sir John Lutbock. Ballard, P T to J W Barclay Call and see this Celebrated X Paint Lick Enterprise. Letcher Owsley attended the party Monday in the interest of harvesting Coldiron, Wm to W L Lawson given by Miss Ada Dickerson, of Mich- - machines. A Eecord man passed Jack Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Carter, Malvin to Stephen L Walker andnoticed he was talking "machine" Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting Cochran, Alex by conrr to Henry olasville, Tuesday evening. to the crowd, but his eagle eye was with ready sale every where. Persons Cochran Capt. Wm, Herndon and General upon a pretty girl sitting in a who have used it say it's a marked Coy, TM hrs to Marion Coy C. C. Carson, of Stanford, was in Jim Crow Dillon are attending the G. riveted fully Warranted and Excels others. buggy near by. success and a sure cure for Fistula, Cooley, Nancy hrs by com'r to Robert town Monday. A. E. at Glasgow, this week. Eoss our city, Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, EnlargeNathaniel Woodcock is in Miss Nancy Harris is visiting relMrs. Tankersley and baby, of Silver . same to Joseph Eodgers representing a moneyed syndicate who ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on atives near Buckeye. Creek, are visiting her parents, Mr. same to Walker & HannahMoore will open up here a grain and commis a written guarantee, and money re 3 Dick Eyan and Fred Frisbie were in and Mrs. James Pumphrey. same to James Eoss sion house, handling stocks, bonds, etc. funded if not as represented, Consign your stock to Lexington this week. Miss Julia Mae Gaines has returned Nath. was offered the choice of sieveral same to Lizzie Tankersley &c Court Daj in Eichmond, offices, but true to his cause accepted from tfcc house-part- y Cooper, Sam to Jeff Dunn Hulph C. Anderson, Jr., has returnA good crowd came in Monday and given by Miss Bessie Turley. the place of his birth, the town spring business was very good. There were Cloyd, David to Thompson Moberley ed from a trip to Middlesborough. Mrs. A. H. Eice returned Monday thirst having never been fully elimi about three hundred cattle on the Collier, Martin to J W Spratt Brown Anderson, of Nicholasville, from a very pleasant trip to Louis- nated. Somerset Progressive Home market and nearly all changed hands. Current, I D to E C Hamilton was a visitor in this city Monday. by com'r to Journal. ville and the Mammoth Cave. Heifers brought S4. calves $4.25 and Dunn, Jas and Erasmus Dunn Euth Mr. Daw Mahan and wife, of Dan Attorney Letcher Owsley, of Lan yearling steers $20. The demand was Denny, Ann to B. F. Metcalf Mr. D. Mahan and wife, Mrs. Sim O., Geo ville, visited this city the past week. Slaughter and son, of Dauville, were caster, was amongthe visiting K. P.'s better than last court day. A few Dunn, Elisha to Al Herring and others horses and mules changed hands at Wm. Dunn, of Danville, was in this Mrs. G. S. Gaines' guests Sunday. here Wednesday. In his home town Wm hrs by com'r to Patsy Ann city Sunday, visiting Harry Eobinson. Letch" ranks as a prandennial orator the usual prices. The merchants re- Davis, Parker Mrs. Joseph C. Frank and little about like Chauncey Depew does in port a good day. Mr. Sam Menefee, of Stanford, has daughter, Joe Hord, of Flemingsburg, same to Eebecca Lowry Gothan, which is to say that he has no been visiting James Beazley and wife. are the guests of Mrs. Joel Walker. Tlie Kld'M Win. same to Sailie Walker superior and few equals. "Letch's same to Denny Davis The little boy's base ball team went Miss Mattle Jackson, of Richmond, Hon. E. H. Tomlinson returned Sun- toast at the K, P. banquet here was same to Frederic Davis has been visiting Mrs. Jno. UStormes. day night from a business trip to the decidedly one of the best things on to Eichmond Saturday, to play a nine city. They won by a score of Duncan, Wm & Chas to Berry A Dun where he has interests. the menu card. Eichmond Eegister. of that Hon. T. M. Goodnight washere Mon- North-Wes- t, can 15 to 10. The Lancaster players were day mingling with his many friends. Mr. G. N. Jean, of Boyle county, Will Doty, Will Walker, Green Clay Embry, Jennie S toWT. Elkin &c Miss Mary Anderson Eice, of GalSirs. Dr. J. M. Frazee, of Maysville, veston, Texas, is the charming guest was here yesterday making final set- Walker, George Dunlap, Charley West, Floyd, Alex to John C Boner Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jennings. of Miss Hallie Eice. They were en- tlement of the estate of the late Hon Dick Anderson, Louis Burnside, Char- Gill, Tolvin to Francis Gill so tertained this week by Miss Sailie Lou Wm. Berkele. Mr. Jean told The ley Hiatt, Shirley Elkin. The Eich- Grow, Peachie and others by com'r to Will Anderson, of Alabama, is visit- Myers. Eecord he had been promoted from mond boys will come down and play a James W Simpson ing his uncle, 3Ir. J. M. Higginboth-am- . general U. S. storekeeper to division return game Saturday week. The lit- Gill, John S by com'r to Levi Long Miss Hallie Hamilton is visiting lodeputy, and would enter upon duty as tle fellows loudly praise the hospita- Grimes, Margaret by com'r to Marga friends in iiicholasville and attended Mrs. Scott, of Nicholasville, is vissuch the first of the month. His di ble way they were treated by their ret V Grimes party given by Miss Ada Dicker-sovision consists of Boyle, Anderson, neighbors. iting her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Ma- the , Hudson, B F &c to Cook & Hibler son. His promoMercer and Jessamine. Harvey's, J W hrs by com'r to J G Unreasonable . Miss Florence Darnall, who has been tion is a justly deserving one. Sweeney Mrs. H. A. Price is visiting her We wish people who patronize other pleasant visitor of Miss Florence Judge Joe S. Eobinson and wife' are printing offices would be kind enough Hamilton, Jas I to Carrie Preston daughter, Mrs. S. P. Grant, of Dan- the Harris, returned Monday to MaysHenry, W F by com'r to Wm Coldiron back from California. They are both ville. ville. to also send their axes there to be Hamilton, Jas I to Wm Blanks very much improved in health. The wrong way Hill, John E to Ira Parton Jesse Walden is spending a week Mrs. Henry Faulconer home Judge has gained twenty pounds ground. It rubs the fur the with his brother, Eev. Wm., at Bloom-fiel- for a few days. She will join her hus- in flesh and is about remarkably to have some fellow come here for Hendrickson, J G to Trustees District looking No. 35 band in Maysville where he will hold a well, ne is much pleased with the favors who does not patronize the office when he has an opportunity. Hayner & Co to G W Coyle & Gates D. Gaines and wife, of Danville meeting. F. country and talks a great deal about We do not mean this as a bid for work, Higginbotham, Geo des. by com'r to have been visiting Mr. T. Currey and Eev. Charles Powell filled the pulpit it, but when we asked him if it beat but only to remind such people of the Mary E Mitchell's hrs family. Kentucky he said "No Sir. There's in Louisville Sunday, for Eev. Powell, fact that they display a lot of unmit- Herndon, Wm assignee to WS Walker Mrs. Louisa Perrin, of Garrard, is who is holding the very successful no place on earth like old Kaintuck." igated gall when they ask us to sing same to Arahur McQuerry Stull, EC by com'r to O T Soper Hurt, John Sr &c to J W Baker And we see where he is right. with her son, J. W. Perrin Stanford meeting here. same to Jno II McQuery their praises after they have refused Hill, O P to B M Burdett Sebastian, W II Sr to W U Sebastian Journal It has been a long time indeed, since to stand by us. Our grindstone is for Hudson, Thos.E by com'r to J Scott Mock, II C. to Trustee's school distric junior Misses Margaret Walker, of Paint latch-strin- g of The 'Eecord sanc- the sole use of patrons of The Be the No. 32 Stuart, Roy to James W. Coldiron Miss May Tumie, of Danville, Is ttie Lick, and Mattie Eobinson, of Hudson Moore, Sailie A by com'r to National Shea John to Sailie T Ashley have been Miss Mabel Boys-ton- 's tum was pulled by a more welcome cord. Let the hide go with the tail Ruest of her brother, Mr. Tumie, on same to J S Hudson visitor than was Col. Wm. Hughes, on by telling your troubles to the one Herring, T I to Isaac Baugliman Bank and J T Adams Spratt, John to Thos R Brent Danville pike. visitors. Monday. Col. Hughes, as everybody you patronize. Meredith, Joseph adm'r to W E An- Stuart, Roy to Jack Stuart Hammack, Sarah E to Ned Lawson Miss Mabel Eoyston gave a tea this knows, runs the Gilcher Hotel at Dan Dan Breck, a Eichmond man who derson same to Geo White Huffman, W J to II B Bay has scores of friends was week to the graduating class, Misses ville. He is a gentleman whom every Scott, Elisha to Logan Scott Huffman, Joseph to Samuel Huffman Mitchell, Eobt to Isham Hood Mary Burnside, Olivia Sweeney and body likes, and justly so. He knows here this week. Singleton, Wm to Wm E Anderson Hamilton, Isham hrs by com'r to II C Miller, II C to W G Rigsby James Anderson. Misses-Bess- ie how to feed, with a capital F. and in Mays, Matilda hrs by com'r to James Sagarser, J II to John Preston and Jennie Burnside Hamilton The following is a list of unrecorded Mays hrs have been visiting Misses Allie and Schooler, Geo to John Maret Mr.Ierritt Baldwin wife and little addition to this very essential poin deeds in the Garrard Co. Clerks office same to Emily Curds hrs daughter, Frankie and Miss Curleen can come a near making a guest feel May 10th 189B. Mary Anderson. Miles, NDtoJM&JN Nave Scott. Jas II hrs by com'r to Annie same to Ike Hamilton as anyone we ever saw. At "at home" Merritt, Wade Lee &c to Jno W Smith Scott Sheriff S. M. Owens and wife, of Ballard, of Eichmond, visited Miss The following is a list of Unrecorded Johnson, J S to T B Kemper the breaking out of the recent war, he Dillon Sunday. Murphy, James hrs by com'r to Bra- same by com'r to Kate Scott .Stanford, visited the family of Capt. Sell Deeds in the Garrard County Clerk's Kennedy, Arthur by com'r to E H and Harry Govannoli organized the zilla Ray same by " to Susan Miller Tomlinson Miss Mary Burnside entertained White, Monday. Office, May 16, 1899 : h Guards, an organ! same by " to Jennie Scott Lusk, Washington hrs to Eobt and W Miller, T S to Victor Lear Tuesday evening at a lunch in honor famous Mrs. Wm. Price and son, Will, of which led the charge in every Adams, Willis Trustee, to Sailie B Northcott, II B to John Estes Sutton, Walter by Jas Austin S Bettis of her guest, Miss Eugenia Dunlap zation Leavcll. Danville, visited Mrs. Susan Price.Sat-urda- y important battle, while seated com Lcavell, Susie K by com'r to J B Car- Norris, Margaretand Ed to J W Adams Sagarser, J V by com'r to J T riaw-kiand the graduating class. and Sunday. fortably about the office stove in the Abner Baker, hrs to 1 N Gastineau. Newland, Daniel S to Jas Hunt ter Bob Henry left again this week for Gilcher. Col. Hughes is all right and Arnold, Ike to Wm Ganey. Lancaster Cemetery Co to Bright Her- Owen, Henry to Sailie Simpson and Tudor, John B to Thos E nudson the wild and wooly west. When he we would be mighty glad to hear his Adams, Minerva to Sailie E Williams. Temple, King to Elijah Hunt others We have a number of ring returns, Uncle Solon will kill the melodious voice crying "Front" behind Austin, Geo M to J G Sweeney. Prewitt, Wm T by com'r to John N Tomlinson, R II to S T Leavell same to I N Gastineau counter of our new hotel. the Prodigal and banquet the calf. Aldridge, Artie to Telephus Pollard. Prewitt Wallace, Wm to Wm Kennedy same to W G Jones eantiM Eats "Wheeler, Jas hrs by com'r to Donald Pollard, E S to Geo Allen same to James Rogers great discovery has been Arnold, James to Maria Pollard. Another "Where's Ed Walton today?" was Adams, Theo by com'r to Kittie Person Jones Jr Pollard, Telephus to Artie Aldridge same to Wm Pope &c made, and stock and receive new the querry we heard probably one hun country. " that too by a lady in this kins. same to Jas Wheeler jr Prather. J P to, Jas Tacker same to Wm Green Disease fastened its clutches dred times Monday. The hustling ones every few days. "We little gentleman was in Mt. Vernon, ubon her and for seven years she with- Adams, John to James Mull ins same to Benj Wheeler Pritchet, W D to Jno A Prifchet same to L Brown &c to George Hardin Prewitt. JasR toSGEstis Walker, E II to Wm Perkins same to John E Farris stood its severest tests, but her vital Adams, F so the Journal says. have only the W to Wm MeWhorter Perkins,Kittyby com'r to Thos Adams same to Ann Mullins Layton, Alex to J M Sanders organs were undermined and death Adams, John Joe L. Frohman, the hustling and seemed imminent. For three months Anderson, Eobt L to Sidney Faulkner Lear, E Ex'r to Wm T Watson Perkins, O B to W McC Johnston same to Samuel Slavin (col) gentlemanly proprietorof "The Globe' she coughed incessantly, and could not Anderson, J M hrs by com'r to Nan Lane, Henry hrs D P to Henry Lane's Perkins, L K to Thos Collett White, Jas to George White nie Anderson Danville, was here Monday and hon sleep. She finally discovered a way to Philips, L L to L II Philips West, Riehard &c to W B Ray hrs same to Lida Smith Perkins, L K to Rebecca Perkins Walker, W T to Stephen L Walker invite an inspection of ored us by a call". They don't grow recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle Lear, Elijah to Eliar Leavell same to Mattie Anderson cleverer fellows than Frohman. Rice, A J to Eno.ch Cruch Walker, Stephen L to Wm T Walker Lawson, Wm L to Edy Faulkner of Dr. King's New Discovery for Conthem. "We know we can Anderson, Henry to Eobt Eice Royston, Jas A to Mattie Yantis Wheeler, Benj by com'r to Marion Coy Layton, J:is to Clara Layton Tom Hammond and Frank Pumph- sumption, and was so much relieved on Burdett, S L to Ben Lackey your taste you Lawson, Jas hrs to Salem W Gillispie Ross, D G hrs by com'r to Jas L Ross Woner, Jno II to Martha A Bail rey, of The Record office, went on taking first dose, that she sledt all Ball, Joseph to Jno G Galloway Renfro, Andrew to S W Holcomb Mullins, O S &c to Case and son Lawson, Wm to Jack Denny excursion to Cincinnati Sunday and night; and with two bottles, has been Brown, A B Jr to J E Hill Call and See Them. Wallace, Wm to Anderson Leavell McQuerry, Thos hrs by com'r to Wm Robinson, John hrs to Jas Dunn absolutly cured. Her name is Mrs. returned swelled with red lemonade, Rigsby, Mary E to Sol C Rigsby Yantis, Jas L to school district No. 17 McQuerry's hrs Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w. c Ham-nic- k Baker, J A &c to Charley Baker ' popcorn and railroad sandwiches. Boyston, Geo to Diliard Baxter " " same to McQuerry, Thos hrs by com'r to Jas Sutton, Samuel, to R H Tomlinson & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bot- Babcock, A W to Geo Collier Yearley, S P by com'r to Wright Mr. John M. Higginbotham went to tle free at E. E. McEoberts Drug Store. Beazley, Keene to H P Watts McQuerry M to Rice Logan Sanders, J Kelley. NOEL SISTERS in Mora Local. The Leading Milliners. just in IN with UP-TO-DA- CENTRAL RECORD. ante-morte- Or. S. It GhI2iTES" all Waon at AHKin dsFar mMacliinery Always onHand ap-1- Rabenstein, Harris & Conner, Live stock Commission Merchants, Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Ky or Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, When shipping East bill our care privilege selling Central Covington Stock Yards. We will make it to your advantage and give your stock special personal attention. Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Kentucky Are located as to offer special inducements to the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign extra expense and time. In addition to the n. buyers on the market for all kinds of Stock When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of benefit to you. iat Central Covington Stock Yards Go. to consignments. Commission firms will give prompt attention every-wher- e, Unrecorded Deeds. Cat-Fis- ns in ITery Latest if will and suit Sailie D. Tillett. oobcx: f ' to M --- xjs! -- ktje: SHOES, ! FINE CLOTHING. TT UHDERWEaX Astonisliingly HE dress SuEcK. I m Prices. K 3T - I f Xo-w- r . J 8 SlW MB" .- -HBiti ZD A- V 'dVifc JimJLw JBL-iflE iVn' X-- X--- X pSS-p J - ' 4' f To 'XIic Shippers of Lire S to pic of this and Surrounding Counties. "We taken 3'ou take pleasure m announcing to that on and after Thursday, Mas 25tli, 18f9, vc will be ready to receive and handle all kinds of live stock at The Central Covington Stock Yards, located in Central Covington, Kentucky, an the K. C. Ilailroad, near the old Covington Yards. These yards are built, to. accomodate the shippers of live stock South of the Ohio river, whereby they will save freight, time and extry expense, and often loss of stock which is caused by delays and extra switching through Cincinnati. Our yards have been inspected by shippers and live stock dealers from all parts of the country, and the universal decision is that they arc well built and a compact set ol yards, and well arranged to accomodate the trade. The yards enterpris are meeting with public favor from al' 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 tc your advantage to bill careof our yards, 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 objectsof these yards is to restore to cur market the standing it once had by inducing .more buj-er-s 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 benelited. We have been informed that tin Cincinnati Union Stock Yard Co. havi ihieatcned to take their advertisement out of the Cincinnati Live Stoc! Kecord if the paper accepts our wliich we will not ask hen to do and lose a customer, but we an willing to rely upon the County paper:-ancountry people to help to advei-tis- e the yards. The Central Covington Stock Yark Co. adver-tiime- without-beindynamited. If we were to call you anything but gentlemen, or. white people, you. would be mad, and justly so, because, except when you go dynamiting for fish, you are white gentlemen, the girls all say so. The act of dynamiting for fish, is unlawful, black, prompted by the devil, murder in the linst degree, and therefore is contrary to justice. The leader of the crowd is known, and could have been seized before now' but th whole kit is wanted, and will be snowed under if you persist. I have years, been a fisherman for twenty-fiv- e always go when the sign is right, use 'awful tackle, and rarely ever fail' to have success. Bait my nook, spit on it, and they roll and fumble over each other to get it, never used dynamite, never saw it used, don't know how to use it, wouldn't go fishing with a jrowd that would use it. MSA K0T A SHOT WAS FIRED. ONE IS DEAD. Rivals for a. 'Woman's Uand Toughta Dncl While En Douteto tho lionic of the 3 FJ EL Story of a SIuvc. To 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 im proved and able to do her own work.' This supreme remedy for female dis eases quickly cures nervousness, melancholy, headache, back-ichfainting and dizzy spells. This miracle working medicine is a godsend .o weak, sicklj-- , run down people. "Svery bottle guaranteed. Only 50 c. oldbyE. E. McEoberts Druggist, lm sleep-essnes- e, Several of our farm in wjrs in Lan caster Monday, on business. Mm. Jani3S Smallcy v, dangerously ill at this writing with chills and fever. Mrs. Susan Dickenon, an aged ladv of Ljwer Garrard, is wry ill at this writing. BenniePoor, who has been sick for so long, we are glad to say is gradually improving. Rev. Y. T. Willis, of Nicholasvillo, filled the pulpit at Brown's Chapt'l, last Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and at 7 in the afternoon. Tom Askins, son of Wm. A. Askins, of this place, had the misfortune or getting his leg broke last Friday while cutting down a tree. J. E. Scott lias commenced the erection of a large two story agricultural implement house rn the rear of his carriage shop at Bucna Vista. E. J. Thislcr has the contract to furnish the lumber to build the Implement warehouse which is being erected by J. E. Scott, at this place. Merritt Sallee, of Mercer county, attended preaching at Brown's Chapel, last Sunday.... Ray Ball and Miss Massey, the school teacher at Lindale, made a visit lo friends and relatives in Lincoln county, last Saturday and Sunday Chas. Spilman and wife, of Ljgana, visited his mother, Mrs. M. A. Spilman, the latter part of last Miss Florence Christopher week visited relatives in Danville the latter part of last week. A TIMELY HINT. Yon should be wise and see that your blood Is rich and pure and yonr whole system put lu a perfectly healthy condition by jthe use of Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then you will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder is the best medicine money can buy. 2Tcj. Hryant Dtsputc ChnrBCR Tlwt jlrm-ber- s of tli "1 Simujcky Acted Hatlly, ami A nJ;es Ciunter-- t harjres. fair One. Lkxixotcx. Ky., M.iy 23. Jlaj. Jas. Uryant, who arrived home last week with several detachments of the IJJ Kentucky regiment, mustered out at Savannah, Ga., disputes the charge that the men acted badly cn route home. He said Sunday morninjf: "I have just received a letter from Col. Smith telling me that a soldier returning home on .the section of the train ,with me fired oil" his jiistol while passing out of Chattanooga, and that the shot killed a horse. I have made a thorough investigation and find that the statement is untrue. "They never lircd a gun while passing through any town or city, and their treament of me was polite and respectful at all times. To show you that this statement is not exaggerated, whi'.e the hoys have been badly treated by the officials of the Georgia & Alabama railroad. gave who us the meanest of accommodations, I will but refer to the condition of the cars bringing us here. The cars were dirty and worn out. The oflicials wanted us to go hy the Louisville & Nashville 200 or COO miles out of our way, and because they were refused we were crowded into three musty coaches. The men protested against such treatment, and, it is true, made a arreat many threats. The.se threats had their effect, too, for more cars were finally given us." C. GRnnxvnxE, Ky., May 24. P.ivalry for a woman's hand caused Riley Bethel and a young man named Scrog-giu- s 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. Uethcl and Scroggins had both been paying attention to her for a long while, and were terribly jealou-of one another. They met, both en route to her home. A quarrel was soon on, and they engag-ein 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 himself, managed to draw his revolver, and shot Bethel through the body. Ha lived but a short time. Scroggins surrendered himself, and is now in jail. IlLWLil S. S. S. is a Great Blessing to Old II L People. It Gives Them I WILL Gov. ADD 10 TEE INTEREST. llradley Beached Heine Wednesday and tho Gubernatorial Kace Will Bo Warmer Than Kver. Orchard Grove. Spring chickens are ripe. Joe Hicks keeps a livery. Blackberry winter is in bloom. Mrs. A. D. Ford has taken a relapse. Your pencil sharpener came in possession of a chain a few days age which is, according to tradition, ont hundred years old. It is in good running order and will tit the largest man or smallest bo3'. Little, neglected scratches and wjunds frequently result in Better heal them quickh with D" Witt's "Wit eh Hazel Salve. : c thoroughly application wi th a reeom or always curing piles, old sores, cuts, wounds and skin diseases. Stormes Drug Store, lm Luther Ramsey is having his lioutie painted in and outside, also some papering. John Saunders (little John), is executing the work, and when completed it will be beautiful. John is a good workman, and a mighty clevei fellow. Everybody likes him, especially the ladies. Mrs. Mardic Clarke has a pet pip which for a week past, after each mea has climbed on the fence to air himself. His name is Jake, and whei. willed he answers promptly in Hop language, leaves his cooli ngboard tc say howdy, and partake of the swili prepared for him. J. D. Bridge, editor and proprietoi of the Democrat, Lancaster, N. H.. says: I would not be without On Minute Cough Cure for my boy when troubled with a cough or cold. It i: the best remedy for croup I ever used. ' lm Stormes Drug Store. One of our hill girls has invented a unique way for young people to address their letters, and here it is as wc saw it recently on a letter: Carry mc away at a speedy rate, To Mitchell Box 2, IndiaStatc, There let me rest. remain, and be 'Til Mr. Wilson call: for me". Patent applied for. Miss Josephene Simpson is visiting her brother William and family thi: week Geo. T. Stone took passage Sunday on the steamer Falls City, foi Louisville, thence to Owensboro, Ky.. to visit relatives Miss Pearl Weaver has gone to the "land of flowers" tt make it her home. She is kecphn. batch, Wll teach, raise chiekens.ant swap loving glances with the boys. May success follow her undertaking She is a splendid young woman, and : line teacher. Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs, cold: croup and whooping cough readil yield to One Minute Cough Cure. Usi this remedy in time and save a doctor's bill or the undertaker's, m Stormes Drug Store. Some unscrupulous persons have been dynamiting Kentucky river foj fish, recently, and have destroyed thousands. 2ow gentlemen, beware." you are being watched, and one ol these days between suns you will be anti-septi- Mich Lane had a horse badly crip-jleon a wire fence last week. W. X. Grow delivered his crop ot .vool at Lancaster last Thursday, at iS cents per pound. By allowing the accumulations in the bowels to remain, the entiresystem is poisoned. DeWitt's Little Early Risers regulate the bowels. Try them md you will always use them, lm Stormes Drug 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 adjoining localities before the howling f another winter's wind. If you are interested in horses, you ;hould subscribe for the American tock Farm, Lexington, Ky. The price is $2.00 per year, but you can secure it from now until January 1, 1;00 for $1.00, if you will mention this paper when writing. mar.'50tf Squirrel hunting is the present event if the day. The sounding of guns from the woods in the evening makes us feel that we are near the soil of the I'hilipines. Mr. Breathitt Brown and family 'lave moved from their home near Sycamore Valley, to their newly rccted residence near Lancaster, on he Lexington pike. Messrs. Richard and Will Burton verc in this vicinity trading last .veek Wc are sorry to say that Mrs. . I). Ford remains quite ill Mr?. Leonard Pollard is very sick at this Miss M. E. Grow and Mrs. writing Nannie Lane were in your town Fri-Ja- y Mrs. Bettie Wall and daughter, Eliza, spent the latter part of last week with relatives at Hubble. Mr. Abner Ray and wife, visited Robert Teater in Madison, last week, the latter being very low with rheumatism Mrs. Lizzie Teater and sis ter, visited relatives here the first jf last week Mrs Mollie Raj', ot Buckeye, spent Friday with her Jaughter. Mrs. Willie Raney John Lane and Walter Grow attended preaching at Freedom, Sunday.. Jlisses Lena and Jennie Rogers were .he pleasant guests of Misses Moilie .row and Emma Naylor, Saturday light The assistant postmaster,al- .hough very popular, became very .nuch mortified a few days ago. He met his best girl on the pike, and she aaving a new beau, did not even no tice him. We all sympathize with aim. d For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam. Price 25c and 50c a Bottle. R. E. McRoberts. For sale by F2?eac3korsTrilIe, Siler arc in the mountains buying sheep. J. F. Mozier lost a line mare this week. Cause, lockjaw. A. J. Thompson bought a line calf from J. S. Owsley for $50. B. F. Robinson bought about fifty hogs from J. II. Thompson for 3c. Farmers are done planting corn and many are over their corn for the tirst time. W. II. Cummins, J. F. Iloltzclaw and Dave Anderson, made a business trip to Louisville last week. Jones L. Anderson lost about 2C0 bales of hay by lire last week. The origin of the lire is unknown. The difTerencc in then and now, is as follows: Then we looked for som oae to buy our stuff, now we are look ing for something to buy. W. P. Lawrence, of Kirksville, was here the first of the week Misses Jennie Pettus and Fannie Thompson has returned home from Georgetown, where they have been attendingschool Geo. Archer was here on business first of the week Mrs. Rebecca' Kennedy is very sick at her father's, Mr. W. T. B. White.... J. F. Payne and wife were visiting at Rowland, Sunday J. S. Pettus and children were visiting at II. C. Cummins' SunAY. P. Grimes .and family were day visiting at Lancaster last, week Mrs. Azila Anderson and Miss Addi'e Cummins were visiting at Stanford first of the week John McKenzie has gone to Mt. Vernon this week to attend court. C. G. A. & J. Many women thinl the bearing of drcn is a necessarj period of great pain and distress. The doubt whether any medicine can relieve their sufferings. Well may they hesitate about taking those injurious internal mixtures so. widely sold. But they may place implicit faith in jt Jt jt jt Some Women T"iil4. MOTHER'S FRIEND No More Shakes. TRY which is a softening, relaxing and soothing liniment for external use. Doubting women should get a bottle at the drug store for $1, and test it. There is no possibility of its doing harm, and there is every likelihood of its saving them many hours of pain. J jt Jt jt & THE BRAD FIELD, REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, Call at Mrs. Ilaselden's and see the new line of Jloworsand children's hats, just received. The ladies of the Fork church will serve a supper at the residence of Fred Kemper Thursday night, June 1. Allen Cook and wife, of Burgin, and Misses Price and Kavanaugh Coll is, of Danville, visited Taylor Burdett and wife, Sunday Mrs. J. S. Jennings and little daughters are the guests of her sister, Mrs. Ilaselden, this week. Mrs. Dr. Armstrong is visiting her'sistcr at Wilmore, and attending the commencement at that place Mrs. Hogan is visiting in Lexington this wee.k. . . .Mr. Arnold and family of Paint Lick, were jthe guests of Dr. Elliot, last week.... Eld. Allen, oi Danville, was among,nis many friends here and attended the supper given by thejadies of the Christian church, this week T. M. Arnold and wife visited Mrs. Bent Ilalcom, Sunday, and attended church her.e Roy A r- nold and Miss Burnside, Nannie 'Arnold and cousin, Mr. Brown," of visited Roy Arnold's family, Sunday Mr. H. A. Burdett and wife visited Mr. TerrilPs family of Buena Yista, last weelw ry, Ky., May 24. Gov.Brad-ley- 's home coming is likely to add to the interest in the race for the republican nomination for governor. The governor will return to the state capican build up and strengthen remedy tal Wednesday after an absence of is the onlybecause it which only one which is guaranteed is the old people, 20 days at different health refran frnm rmfiish mfirmirv. arsenic and other damacin? sorts. minerals.'D It is made from roots and herbs, and has no chemicals whatever Acting tl ov. Worthington, in it. S S S. cures the worst cases of Scrofula, Cancer! Eczema. Rheumatism, who has operated the "parFR. AK IN ANIMAL NATURE. Tetter, Open Sores. Chronic Ulcers, Boils, or nny other disease of the blood. don mill" during that time, and who Books on these diseases will be sent free by Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Ga, has extended clemency to about SO conA Cow i:eIoivlnto Judgo John II. West-ovvicts, will be relieved of the cares of .Milk til Dally by u Tis- -l lnally t the state. t in the Act. The only pardon granted by the actWii.i.iamstowx. Ky.. May 24. A pe- ing governor Tuesday was to J. T. culiar freak in animal nature has been Hobbs, of Clay county, whose term of discovered in this county. It is a cow ten years-fomanslaughter would havo belonging to County Judge John II. expired in about two months. Westover. The milkman perceived Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to that the cow was failing in her njillc. Daughters' Marriage Drove Ilimto Snlclrio. Paducah, Ky., May 23. Jack Ilite, Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and As the days went by the deficiency beconnecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, came greater. He set a watch to try aged 49, a ship carpenter, Sunday took Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service and discover the cause, but could find three ounces of laudanum with suicidal intent, dying at 7 o'clock Monto Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and One none. evening last week, day morning. He was angry because while in the pursuance of his usual San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets. duty of The Train Service is perextracting the lacteal his daughter was to marry. The wedding occurred while friends walked tho iluid, a pig. out of a family of fect in detail. Fast schedfather in the street in front of tho 11, ran iquealtng from its mates and ules, 24 hours to Jackson seized one of the cow's teats, and with house. The daughter said her father ville, 54 hours a dexterity born of long practice, pro- wanted to die all night. Cincinnati to ceeded to suck the teat dry. The milkA Trophy Gnn for Newport, Ky. r Havana. , lW.CRmEascn man looked on in wonder, and not till Washington-- May 20. The navy deC.P-- I.. the pig had let go did he try to drive partment has made the first allotment it away, which with difficulty he suc- of captured Spanish guns. Among ceeded in doinsr. other cities receiving guns were Newport, Ky.. and Fort Wayne, Ind. The o Extra Session Necessary. Fkaxkfout, Ky., May 20. State off- second allotment will be made unon icials are agitated because of a point the arrival of a number of guns from raised by leading lawyers that an ex- Manila about the first of next month. tra hession of the legislature may be The city of Nashville is down on this required to amend the state revenue list. 33 H- - MOOT'S law in order to collect that half milProf, bhackloford Resigns. The great remedy tor nervous prostration and all diseases of tho'cencratlva orcaas of either sax. such as Nervous Prostration. Failinc or Lost Manhood. lion dollars of state and local taxes on Lexington, Ky., May 22. Prof. John Impotenoy, Nightly Emissions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, excessive csa national banks in conformity with a T. Shackleford, who has held the chair of Tobacco or Ouium. which lead to Consumption and Insamtv. With everv wo jruarantec to euro or refund tho money. Sold at Sl.OO per bos. ICTC3 recent decision of the supreme court in of English and logic for 29 years in tho ftriCn ilCIUf! S5 orderfor So.OO. Uoir.0. Gboscs DK.MOTT'S CHEmCAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. the bank tax cases. Acting Gov. Kentucky State college, has resigned, Worthington and Auditor Stone say his resignation to take effect July 1. the present law is ample and do not He leaves the college with good will think an extra scssioo will be neces- toward everybody. lie simply wants sary. rests from years of toil. 5 m Christian Eudcavor Electing. Must Pay That Separate Coach Fine. Madisoxvii.i.e, Ky., May 21. The Frankfort, Ky., May 20. ninth annual state convention of the of appeals has affirmed the The court judgment Christian Endeavor society is in prog- of the Shelby county circuit court, ress here, with delegates present from which fined, the Chesapeake & Ohio Louisville, .Newport, Covington, ltailway Co. So00 for failing to provide k Lexington and eastern separate coaches on its trains for white j'. and colored passengers as provided by ITIr 'H A Kentucky Incorporation. the separate coach law. rnAXKFORT, Ky., May 10. The Musicn Killed Ills Brother. Jo to cians' Home Mutual Protective associColumbia, Ky., May 19. Two boys ation, of Covington, filed articles of incorporation Wednesdaj. The incor- named Anderson, living just over t'.a porators are T. II. and Ed Shafcr, line in Metcalf county, were hunting, Charles Conger, Frank Phillips and when ornof them, aged 11 years, acci- A. New Discovery for the Certain Cure of IN 1'JIKNAL and dentally shot and killed his brother, Oscar Vogel. aged 13. The family lives six milca EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN, lioicil Up Four Days. Ky., May 23. Charles from Elroy, this county: Owexsboko, CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Doris, a Negro race horse man, was Noted Barkeeper Dying. Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; Bottles, 50 Cents. found here in a box car after being ' Lexington, Ky., May 23. Henry without food or drink for four days, Hcuper, one of the most widely known JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor. - - 3K) North Mail Sfceet, ST. LOUIS, MO. case of smallpox. of Kentucky's barkeepers, is dying of witlra He is under surveillance and i being Bright's disease at the Good Samartreated by the city physiciaus. itan hospital. Hcuper was born in Louisville in 1S33. They overcome WeakPrivate Dank Organized. ness, irregularity and Fraxki-out- , Ky May 22. IncorporaAged Man Hangs Himself. omissions, increase vi-tion articles have been filed in the and hanish. "pains Springfeld, Ky., May 2i At office of the secretary of state by Miller of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at this county, Samuel Hollidar &. Miller, bankers, of Uarboursville. womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. Kb committed suicide by hanging himseit known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life The capital stock of the company is Mr. Holliday was over seventy years becomes a pleasure. - $1.00 PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold fixed at 10,000. The chief incorporaold. by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohim tors arc George and James S. Miller. German Catholic Meeting. Drug: No IJoj Show. Louisville, Ky., May 23. The anLexington, Ky., May 24. The Elks nual convention of the Kentucky have abandoned the idea of a dog show League of German Catholic clubs beKWGHTS OFPVTHIAS. in connection with their August fair, gan here Sunday night. There are and will give instead a poultry and about 2,000 delegates present. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Kuighst pet stock show with 400 classes. L have, purchased the. "Wal of Pythias, meets every Friday Proselyting Advance Agent. Hunter Accidentally Shot. Louisville, Ky., May 21. Albert ' ker stable and am prepared night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g Paris, Ky., May 24. Warren Eaccn, Arrowsmith, an elder of the Mormon a well known business man, church, is in the city. He claims to bo to furnish the Knights are fraternally invit was accidentally shot Mondaj- - after- the forerunner of an advance of Mornoon by Sam Clay while hunting on mons on Louisville for the purpose of cd. . Ed Bishop, C. C. Col. James E. Clay's farm. He is not proselyting the city. dangerously hurt. J. S. Haselden, K.R.& S Frankfort, but it is wholly unnecessary. By keep- ,nS tIie'r ljlooi P,lre thuv 03,1 fortify themselves nun DlUull UliU Lilui bo ns to escape three fourths of the ailments from which they suffer so rrenerallv. S S. S. ia tho" remedy which will koei their systems young, by purify ins the bloc thoroutMiIv removing all waste accumulations, and impart ing new strength and life to tho whole body. It increases the appetite, builds up tho energies, and sends new blood throughout the entire system Mrs. Sarah Pike. 477 Broadway, South Boston, writes : ' I am sevqpty years old. and had not enjoyed good health for twentv Years. I was sick in different wavs. and in addition, had Eczema terribly on one of my legs. The doctor said that on account of my age, I would never be well again. I took a dozen bottles of S. b. S. and it cured me completely, and I am happy to say that I feel as well as I ever did in my life." Mr. J. W. Loving, of Colquitt, Ga., says: "For eightBuffered tortures from a fiery eruption on een years I my skin. I tried almost every known remedy, but they failed ono by one, and I was told that my age, which i3 sixty six. was against me. and that I could never hope to be well again. I finally took S. S. 8., and it cleansed my blood thoroughly, and now I am in perfect health." liotlf QlfinH Qrtfl iff! life-givi- iF'Z'2lSkSi2L nearly all of the sickness among htszSrJtxrszlSkrsi S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD - er r Florida0 Havana -- tmssht CAP, m:i AND VITALITY McRoberts' Drug Store. ABOaN TO MA NKFNO D TABLETS BUCKEYE PILE Ken-tuc- w CURE STORMES DRUG STORE. MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS McRoberts Store. new livery. Vey Best Rigs Everybody Was Searched. Tobacco Eitablishment Struck by Light. Paintsville,. Ky.. May 2a When nine. the Draughan murder caso was led, HoPKiNyiLi.E, Ky., May 24. Sunday the cour. allowed 15 m nutes for th- - sa night the tobacco rehandling estab- who had pistols to go out and hide lish rncnt of T. D, Gray, near Fairvicw, their weapon , after which1 everybody on the shortest notice. Special attention given Com mbrcial Travelers. X493-TM- B was struck by lightning and burned. Loss SlOOfiO; partially insured. Kentucky Ursn 1 WrtS searched. , EICEBENGE t HATIOHUL CAPITAL J100, ,00O.0S ) ) BAH J SURPLUS. J20,OC0.09. Aruijr Men. GA. Mil Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CURE. Sprii 1899 TREES, PLANTS, VINES. Fruit and ornamental Trees, Shrubs, small fruits and every thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar den. We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable urices Strawberry and Tree Catalogue? on application to .".-'- " v cm i I Liver a Powder ? Cures' INDIGESTION The entering wedge for nearly allDiseases fhc kuxas$yttem is Seir.te, Don't MtwtklBU SubtiHuitl Tk Inki 0 a., YUCMTMK. pjgCE, 5Qc. HiLTiENMEYER, . - Price. 25 Cents. For Sale by . x. iiiuutuueiib. phone 279 Lexington, Ky. E. McRoberts, r --" A. R. Dxunt. President. Will Enforce a River Quarantine. ' UNION STOCK YARDS, Bowlino Green, Ky., May 2a The Jrto. E. Stobmm, Vice President. Natare htirself clad la the early carta "of spring-- , blossoms forth trees and flowers caosteff Bowling Gcceu board of.IieaUh.has deWh.H.Kihnaud, CmaUer. the despoadent chord to vibrate to thU, the. cided to inforce a river quarantine and CINCINNATI, O: moet delightful of all, springtime and howdo a.C.DXHHT, J. F. ROBIHSON, you feel? Have yon that tired shaky feeliar, general vaccination, because of the. thefotentnnerof Chills, Malaria and Typhoid prevalence of smallpox.";!-:--- "Book-keeper. v s inibrmation regardinglive stock Sheer Asslstaat Cuh'r. Fefer? If so, yon mast not pass this warntarT" Hence (be NaiBv as it is an indication of sickness; avoid-thisfully furnished. Consign your, stock dins as our advice costs yon nothing-consult Biggs Did he hit you in the solar &. T. Xmbxt Aaa't .Book-keepeCall on yonr druggist and procure a bottle of Dr. Carlstedt's German I4ver Powder. Take plexus? rect to us. 'Phone 7346 one dM a4ay at bed time for six days thvt 1 saw ?the Boggs He must have. follow bysfcurlair a bottle of Yucatan Awbole solar systefaN. Y. Journal, i SIBBCTOSa xenlc, weeks' S. BEAZLEY, No Company. will Sam l.D. Cochran, Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season Ju Splhaan, He There I sat, alone with my wuen ins atmospnere ia tun oi germs. . TYPRT'TTST Alex. K. Denny, , A. C. Robinson. ' you, thoughts., . necessary aid when your, system-warn'"i . reseat the aoore. She--Po- or f W.R; CQk, , lDTl4on, boy I HowJ. lonely '."you witu vitalized 'Air. umce id and sold by j no. X BtemMa 'nuat have been. Indiananolis Journal. the New Thompson Building. E.E. ilcEobcrts, Glasgow, Ky., May 24. The members df the G. A: R. have begun to here for the 17th annual encampment of the department of Kentucky-. deeoratpd. The town is o Commander J. W. Hammond arrye"d Sunday. , YOUT Drowned In the Kentucky River. Lawrknceburo, Ky., May 21. Mat W. H. HOSHAL & CO., LANCASTER, KY. Evans, a colored farmer, got drunk, went to the Kentucky river, andas no one was there to take him across" went to sleep on the bank. He rolled in and was drowned. His body was found at ? Commission Merchants, 0atil3,H9gs,Sheep - .nSNlTUREWARNED J, -