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LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE We sell a nice sewing machine, war 1, 1899. Colored Recruits. The War Department has wired Lt. W. T. Johnston, recruiting officer at Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored applicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser vice, sending the former to Fort Grant, Arizona, and the latter to Fort Doug lass, Salt Lake City. This isanex- - ONE DOLLAR A TEAR. R. L. Jennings Premiums. Mattings and remnants of Carpet. The Howard Tailoring Co.,. of Chi Very low to close out. cago, is giving a pure fur felt hat with R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick. each suit sold during May. They are fMMktmto Klsssssssss; Take the Cincinnati trip Sunday. $1.25 to Cincinnati Sunday. Keep Cool: Wear one of our linen "A 1" hats and the latest styles. No change in prices. Fits guaranteed The City Council meets Monday The blackberry crop will be short. suits only. $2. 00. cellent opportunity for young colored night. R. L. Jenning & Co. Paint Lick. Give us a trial order, as many are do men to get into the regular Army. The Cemetery looked beautiful ing. M. D. Hughes, agent. Recruit for white Infantry and Caval are abundant and Tuesday. Strawberries We handle the best buinder twine, ry regiments are also wanted. Apply About Wat rworks. cheap. Price guaranteed. the Plymouth. Homegrown vegetables are now LiIEUT. W. T. Jmixs-rnAt last meeting of the City Council to R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick. Joe Petty has flushed the midnight plentiful. Main St. Lexington, Ky. a committee was appointed to look howlers. See that nice bed room suit. Bed into the advisability of advertising a Best lawn mowers on the market at W. C.T. U. over six feet high. Dresser, French waterworks franchise. This commit Harness cheaper than any plaje in Haseldens. The Eighth District of the Kv. W. beveled glass, 20x24. All solid oak tee was to report at a subsequent town. W. J. RomIns, If you wan't harness cheap get them for only $13.25 meeting, but it is presumed the mat u. T. u. will hold their Annual Con R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick. ter will come up Monday night, It vention at Berea, beginning Monday Haselden's Our prices can't be duplicated on at Buckeye Churns are War certainly will do no harm to advertise night. The exercises Monday night saddles. J. R. Haskldkn. Harness at rock bottom prices. Turkeys. and see what a system will cost. The win consist of music, welcome ad anted. uall and examine I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at J. R. Haselden. Mrs. Richard nackley, of Buena board is not bound to accept any bid, dresses, responses, and an address by Vista, has 104 young turkeys, hatched reserving the right to reject any and .urs. trances E. Beauchamp of Lex SLOO cash, m2ftfl R. L. Elkin. them. Lot of ferns geraniums &c. will be by four ington. On Tuesday night, Mrs. We will pay 10 cents per dozen for here today. JC. Thompson. upon 100hens, beside other hens sitting all. eggs. This bids fair to be Louise S. Rounds, State President of Eggs in goods. R. L. Jennings & Co., To tiio Philippines. the premium crop, as no one here Illinois, will deliver the address, ana I have second hand Snrries. Buore-iePaint Lick. abouts can come any way near it. Wm. O. Dunlap, the Lancaster boy will assist during the day sessions of and Phaetons at a bargain who served with the 6th U. S. Caval- - the Convention. New lot of fancy tissue paper "will The Conventior W. JpJOMANS. K. P. Decoration. ry at Santiago, left last week and re- - doses Wednesday night with a Grand come in next week for mantle draper T.l,1 T.rV3nc. ...Ill T1in Trnir.li Of --- 1 enlisted at Indianapolis with the In- - Gold Medal contest, participated in Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay , ies. "'Hi "u J. C. Thompson. fantry. He said he would try and get by young ladies from different part X, ViT " sold and delivered anywhere in Yown -Iy into the Sixteenth, it being the best of the district, 11 by G. S. Gaines Bring in your old vehicle and have t 1 regiment in the service. He left In An attractive program has pre it made new. Wont cost-yo- u much The Reentown colored band played for that purpose, but as the democrat dianapolis, with six recruits under pared tor the day sessions. been W. J. Romans. Music. m town Tuesday. It is a good one, ic convention will be held then, the him, for San Francisco, where he sail short addresses, and recitations wil. time will be changed. and gets much playing to do. ed for the Philippines. For Kept. Will has vary the exercises. Everybody is cor friends here who wish him a safe voy- - dially invited to attend. Store Burned. I have about C5 acres of good Clover Paper Wanted. to rent cheap. By order of the President. The storeroom and stock of goods aeWe will be very much obliged to Wm. H. Kinnaibd. 3t Decoration Day. anyone sending us a copy of The belonging to Henry Barlow, at Judsdn, Tlic Interior Journal. were totally destroyed by fire Satur Tuesday was observed by the old Record of January 6, 1899. Building Hot. Editor W. P. Walton, in his lasl day night. As Mr. Barlow was away soldiers in Lancaster, both Federal BEAZLEY& BAffGHMAN. If you want to buy a nice Building paper, says for some time he has beer Lout Hoar from the building at the time, the and Confederate. They assembled in considering two questions, that of re Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres Poland China gilt, about 125 pound?, origin of the fire is unknown. Loss 3Iasonic Hall and inarched to the tiring from the editorial TtGukhey. cheap. Is wFUNERAL DIRECTORS, harness or black, ring in nose. Left my place, $2,700 insurance $1,300. Court House where Letcher Owsley turning the Journal over to his busi near Hiattsville, on the 19th. delivered one of the best and most ap ness manager, Now is the time to get a big bargain Ed. C. Walton. He ha: ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMThos. House. It propriate speeches we ever heard. in a Surrey, Buggy, Phaeton or Road Not having the time to collect them, Letcher is a born orator, and when concluded to remain it its head, how- Waeon. You can eet harness at cost Found, Spectacles. jver, which decision will be bailee I have left my accounts in the hands BALMING a SPECIALTY. a good subject, cannot be sur when you buy any kind oVjrsyehiele. d with delight by the clever editor'.' glasses. Good of E. Brown for collection. All those given Pair of passed by many of the oldest and ex many W. J.TIomXns. ones. Owner can get same by calling indebted will please call at his office, friends. The subscription price perienced speakers. At the conclu of at this office, proving property and the Police Court room and settle at sion of the Journal Carpets, &c. the speech the old Vets march only $1 per year, has been reduced U The Beat on the market. paying 50 cts for this notice. paid-ionce and save cost. W. H. Lackey, ed to advance the Cemetery where many graves Lnis reduction when Hoosier Corn Planters, B,rown Cul The by E. Brown, acent. 4t. is a sweeping one for very Base Ball. were strewn with freshly cut flowers. tivators, Johnston Roller, Barrjng Disc .i paper, ana we iiardlv Colored nines, Lancaster and Dan tractive. All are the newHarrows, Deering Binders and flow "Next!" ;ee how it can be sent out for A Lady Candidate. the W. McC JOHNSTON, JOHN T. JOHNSTON vilie, played a big game of ball here ers, fcr. S. (jAINES. Henry and John Duncan have con- is one of est fancies and Miss Mary Towies sasseen, who is a price. The Interior-Journgreat variTuesday. It was boss and boss up to solidated their shops and are now in best edited papers in Kentucky, and JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON Wear. the ninth inning, when Theodoie the old stand over Powell's store, cor candidate for th2 democratic nomina ts local news is always bright eties. Our Torchon and Val-icienand re Come and get a "Soda Watef" coat Young knocked a home run bringing ner Public Square and Lexington tion for Superintendent Pubiic In 1 was in town Monday in the able. Its office is comnlate Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, or suit, for comfort during hot weath- - in four runs for Lancaster. street. Polite attention, sharp razors, struction,of her Insertion, and our interest nice. She. told The letail, being equipped with all the Good coats at 85 cents and $1.00. clean towels and many years experience Colored Soldiers, Attention! elected she would de latest type and machinery. No one Recohd that if Lawn Embroideries LANCASTER, KY. Crash suits at $3.75. tit them to do the best of work. tf. vote her entire time to the office and, wishes the Journal more success than The colored Regiments of the Regu M. D. HuonES, Agent. the writer of this item. what you need to ire instead of spending the time in the lar Army are filling up very fast, and He's S t ra v berries. office at Frankfort, would travel ovei Jko.T.Hxys. ;et off the ne-aa- . spring frocks J.I.Hamilton, there are only a few vacancies left J.E.Robinbon We call your attention to the dis Tliejr Charged Upon Us. d colored men who can play ad of E. II. Fox, the Danville the state and visit points where she Mr. Horace Herndon has the finest All Four Soldiers, neither bearing arms of the ones. and all who desire to photographer, in this issue. Mr. Fox could be of any assistance in building Hays, Haiiltoi & bed of strawberries we have heard of. read, should call at once at the is the leading photographer in Central up the schools. She is a lady thorough however, made a charge upon The It contains only half an acre, but he Uecokd office Monday. They Attorneys and Counselors at Law has gathered, so far, 159 gallons and Recruiting Office in Lexington Busi- - Kentucky. He keeps abreast of the ly posted on school laws, is well Capt. Stone, Messrs Joe Arnold were and are enough left to run the total College Building, Main Street, near times and has all the latest improved edlu'ated antl would doubtless give the T J. Hatcher, there and LANCASTER, KY. schools much better attention than Capt. 190. They are extra large and line, post office,. Lexington, Ky. to facilities for making pictures. T. A. Elkin Wo they generally receive. immediately ran up the white flag, 81.25 To Cincinnati. and the gentlemen took possession ol Pollard.. The L. & N. will sell roundtrip tick Mrs. S. C. Pollard, formerly of this our works and were soon engaged ii ets to Cincinnati Sunday at $1.25. You county, died suddenly at her home in telling storrics of their ups and down: leave Lancaster at 2:52 a. m., arrive during Uncle Sam's big family row. Cincinnati at 7:30. Returning leave Danville Friday morning. She was L'hey were all at the battle of Chic widely connected in Garrard, the fam Cincinnati at 7:30 p. m., arrive Lan ily being one of the most highly re imauga, ana it was interesting to caster at 12. Fine train, quick time hear them putting their experience and good accommodations. Many at spected in the county. "The Danville Advocate says: Mrs. Pollard got up together, thereby forming a complet tractions now open in the city. and ate breakfast complaining, but letail of the fight. As stated above fell as she started to another room we made quick surrender, as our old Don't miss Tbls. The adies of the Fork church will and died after an hour's unconscious- - Mexican veteran typo, Capt. White give a Strawberry supper at Mr. F. B- The deceased, who was Mr. Pol had gone home. The old soldiers, years both gray and blue, showed marked Kemper's, who resides just below the lard's second wife, was forty-fou- r church, next Thursday evening, June old, and a most estimable woman. She respect to Capt. Stone during his stay Most evin Lancaster. 1st, from six o'clock till ten. If you leaves no children." want something good to eat and plen Funeral services were conducted in A Great Speech. ty of it' don't fail to be there. Every the Christian church and the remains Capt. W. J. Stone, candidate for the body invited. Admission 25cts. interred in the Lancaster Cemetery democratic nomination for governor, Saturday afternoon. No "Big I. addressed a crowded house in this city Fine Work. Monday afternoon. Capt. Stone is a The modesty displayed by Capt. Stone Monday won for him many friends. As mentioned briefly in last Issue, christian gentleman in every sense of Nothing is more disgusting than the Mr.Henry G. Sandifer and his splendid the word, and It is a pleasure to be in fellows who wants to be the "Big I1 team, of the Danville Masonic lodge, his company. He is a man of fine in everything, and if he cant be "Boss" came over Thursday night and con- personal appearance, notwithstanding he he wont be anything. Capt. Stone ferred the third degree in the Lancas he is minus a leg, which was lost in is far from this, and is a plain, hum ter lodge. While it was generally un the Confederate army. Capt. Stone ble citizen, just what the people like. derstood they were coming, yet the devoted the first part of his speech to exact date was not determined until national affairs, setting forth the Save Money. a very short time before, consequently principles of the democratic party and Come in Monday and get a suit of all many brothers could not be notified, comparing tnem witn tnose or tne wool goods at shoddy prices. They but as it was about fifty were present, opposite side. He then came to state will wear you twice as long as common Those who came with Bro. Sandifer affairs and, for probably an hour, gave goods. If you buy of Howard Tailor- were Messrs W. G. Dunlap, Chas. his views on questions before the peo u a nuraDer Smith, J. L. Frohman, Ed Dillehay, ple of Kentucky. He said he had been y,u w,u 1 hat, with a suit, or a fine pair of sus- Mfinodwlh. reported as having voted for gold TTnrhnrt Kam T,vona penders, with a pair of pants, free. 4i Dolph Rice, Fitzgerald Haskins and bonds while a member of congress,but No change in prices. produced a copy of the Congressional several others. M. D. Hughes, Agent, Bro. Sandifer is conceded to be the Record which showed plainly the ut brightest Mason in Kentucky and' the ter untruthfulness of the charge. He K. M. Surveyor. Secretary Jno. M. Farra received a work he gives is the standard by which said "If any man will show that I cast letter from Supt. Spencer, of the all lodges go. He is indisputed auth- - such a vote, wm witnaraw rrom this work, to &mt.hArn.t.ntinr hi nh.if AnnAA. orlty. Being blessed with a wonder- race ana go immediately ,ic to,tnA ...I,.. , O ..,l.nf l"6",lu . , Kl cinhmnn ,In Mlft smith - WftK Still . rnnnlno Cftmo IU1 memory, Ue. .IlilS uu Juiuuuio una- - wV nnM,. fn. m...nn.n. x,Cuu nuv We ,. . ! II TT ln n 11 linps , hut h wnnlrl in . horn J""" ac ever .. giving me luug uejjrcca, mice- ,B a uiuu.u..W.,t iCf. 'WVJ J TT,.., TJ .1 Tailor-mad- e soon as possible. It is expected he and, his ridicule of the will come during this month. Every Bro. Sandifer puts his whole soul in up the back thing is in readiness and no time will the work and no one can listen to him later .and l"My uause" brought forth applause. Capt, be lost in starting over the line when without making a firm resolve to try bursts of laughter and and load a better life and be a just Stone said he detested hearing men he arrives. and upright man and Mason. Anyone proclaimed as the "Original Free.SH-The Colored Fellcs. who bears his work will strive to be a ver Man," that the silver question All the colored lodges arid old sol- - Mason In the true sense of the word, dated back to the making of thereon diers turned out Tuesday afternoon and not be looked upon as one who stitutiom oftbe United States. Ht and marched totheirCemetery,. where has taken the degrees." The Dan spoke at length on the money question they, placed flowers ob graves of their vllle team works together with a and his arguments, were clear and fordeparttd j brethren. The Cuban Drill sm0othnesstbat lovely to behold ciblp. 1 He had pnefafthe finest! and was aiciufe ui mc idisuu wuvu j Each man Knows wnat ne is to ao, ne DesL Denavea auaiences we ever saw enjoyed Themen filled; well, un- - does it, and never meddles with the in - tbe Garrard Court House, and no r!cik,jW.!H, Harris HQd showed olner8.' At the conclusion of the disorder of any kind interruptedthe troiniag. ling. Bra Sandifer and his taen were surrounded by the brethren, who and. frequently joined.in the appl a"'. : was compelld to return warmly congratulated tliom. upon the While Capt. Stone h;i(lmnf,foltow-er- s in Garrard before his coming, the to LpuUvllle Sunday, and bis place in excellent" work.' The team arrived theCbrieiiaji-protratemeetiBg was about six o'clock and all, repalrd to speech of Monday certainly added ma- tobitn,an4jthetttiM? taken bnr EkL Lord.. The weeting has Mr. D. G. Boss' where an excellent rriy continued tferough tbjrweejc .with ' un- - j supper was served. The. evening: will themselves Known lathe county conceaiiDK the jburch has- kmc be remembered by the local breth-- vention. If Capt. Stoae is :mde gov: m- re M oe of the most piewaat Ihey ernor the people of Kentucky will sever regret swvkf elecied him. assMker. aod k doisw eWrset. H LOCAL HAPPENINGS. i ranted five years, vfor $15.00 & Co Paint Lick. much good. The meeting will proba bly close Sunday night. J. R. HASELDEN. iiEilit the I V T T Mroirf No- Mater's Art steel-rime- fo Be Se en Here. designsire in in Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. umtc-d-Hcc- iv at ne iainty just able-bodie- Um, little st ! ma-4-- tf BARGAINS IN Ladies and Misses Slippers. 75 pairs of odds and ends in every; Shade, ery Width, Very Great Variety Shown in Ladies' and Misses Slippers at 50, .75 and 1.00 in blacks and tans. These Slippers range in price from $1. to $2.50 and are Great Bargains at the prices mentioned. See our HOT WEATHER SHIRTS at 50cts and $1. White and Colored Silk Puff Bosom Shirts at $1. and $1.50. Keep your head cool with one of our CRASH HATS. See our SERGE COATS and VESTS at $3.50, $4 & 4.50. Our CRASH SUITS will keep you cool. Our Ribbon Stcck. ruu,rv i I I hln.W 1 .,v TT.,-- 1- I ,i: '"i. have a few Ladies' Suits left which will be closed out Ha Great Bargain - J. I LOGAN meet-etret- al Logan J'Iell .Tfcrractea jmiu I jore t nmm COMPANY 9s 3rft5SSNrK ..'TTTrpg lnter,. ad TwiUilu .' CENTRAL RECORD BTKBT WEEK BT XOHXS LA.XDRAM, iubllnher. tl.00 .60 .25 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I OKI YBJ.B. IH ADVUfCE TtCRMH Weak Eyes Are Made Strong. did vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use ' of Sutherland's Eagle Eye n salve. Its put up in tubes, and so Guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store. No More Shakes. TRY (three " Six Months. lm " 1, WITH GLORY Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic I THURSDAY, June - a Lancaster Graded - 1899 TbcCover Themselves atSchoil Pupil Somerset. writes Rev. Amory H. Bradford, X). D., on "What is the Good of Going to Church?" in the June Ladies' Home Journal. " attend church that you may worship God: that you may learn of the things of the spirit: that you may be brought face to face with 'the doctine of grace, which in hours of deepest need alone can satisfy either the mind or the heart. If vou answer. 'I believe in none of these .things,' then I reply. Attend church that vou may hear tte loftiest ideals Dresented to those who have no selfish ends to subserve, and that you may be kept sensiti ve to the moral order of the world in which a'l men are included, the violation of which means ruin and misery, and har mony with which is followed by bene lit and blessing." Although the Lancaster school has The new discovery in optical science. I wish to say to the Ladies been in existence for several years, she that never before entered the State Tour THE GUARANTEED CURE. naments which are held every year. Don't Take a Prof. Patterson made up his mind received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Worthiest SubttRutB. some time ago to have the school rep never sold in this locality before, have to be seen to be resented, and last week a number 'of Insist on YUCATAN. RCE, 50C. appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to pupils went to Somerset to take part TV t.im mnst, Elaborate Paintines. amontr the lot is the New French igainst those who have had experi "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, S ence in such matters and show what RE McUoberts. Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require Rotary Motion and school can do. The Progressive a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. A Home Journal of that city, prints a Young, "Winchester, 1st: Olivia Sweea Lancaster, 2nd.; Best Declama you money. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post Office. We will save lengthy account of the Tournament, ney, from which we take the following ex tion, male, Green Clay Walker, 2nd; Trigonometry James Anderson, Lan tracts; Mary On Thursday afternoon No. five caster; Latin Translation Coughed 25 years. brought to our little city one, of the Thompson, Lancaster, lnd; Best Dec "We have a number of Lanmost interesting assemblage of people lamation, Female Edna Mason, I suffered for 23 years with a cough, 2nd. that has ever honored us with its pres caster, Beautiful Hats and spent hdndrcds of dollars with ATIILETIC "WINNERS. Lung Irritation. ence. doctors and for medicide to no avail Fifty-Yar- d Dash Willie West.Lan- Is the forerunner to cousumpfson. until i used Dr. Bell's Between two and three hundred stock and receive new will cure it, young ladies and gentlemen, from the caster; One Hundred Yard Das- h- Dr. Bell's It has saved my life, J. C. Roscll. ones every lew aavs. We Harrodsburg, Marshall and give such strength to the lungs 111. as much time were given by Graded Schools of our Central Ken Will Goddard, McRoberts Drug If Tie; One Mile that a cough or a cold will not settle Grantsburg, Danny, Lancaster, lm- church people to lighting sin as they tucky towns, came here to contest for Store. have only the Lancaster; there. Twenty-fiv- e For sale by cents at McRob-ert- s over mouse-trachigh Run James Anderson, spend in parleying the beautiful medals and the Running High Jump James Ander "Wonts- . licm Hens. Drug Store. lm questions, this old world would be honor of being best in the various de son, .Lancaster; .fiano ooio mine n your paper I see a Mn. Edituk: much hotter off. In a remarkable ser partments of scholarship, music and GOOD LETTISH. Burnside, 2nd, Lancaster; Mennottice of hens eegs which you have mon at the Louisville church Sunday athletics. The bright, happy and in Belle Waller Hudson, 2nd, for sale and you say they will beginn and invite an inspection of day morning, the Rev. Carter Helm telligent faces of the manly boys and tal Arithmetic Long Jump Sam Denny. Former Garrard Man Writes Inter- to lay when 5 months old and never Jones denounced the action of the beantiful girls made one long to be a Lancaster. estingly from lils Kansas Home. We know we can suit James An quit Tliems the liens 1 want I want them. trustees of the Southern Baptist The child, and live over those happy school General Best you one bad and I want her right now. In your taste W. days acuin. They came for a three derson. Peabody, Kansas, May 20, '99. ological Seminary in accepting Dr. The Lancaster people captured, in act thisls the kind of a Hen 1 longh H. Whitsitt's resignation as President days' visit and went first to the Opera Mr. Louis Landram, Lancaster, Ky. all, ten awards. The principal and Call See of that institution. He said Dr. Whit-- House where they were assigned to Dear Louis: Your divers and have sought and mourned because Idelighted with the result benwas the victim of combined mal our citizens to bs entertained at their teachers are sundry threats in a recent issue of found her not. You are a public sitt and justly so. The folks returned as your good paper to send Bob Henry nyfacter to introduse such a Hen ice and iernorance. During the ser homes. After dinner, which was, of Saturday afternoon and were met by mon the congregation was m u c your delinquent subscribers caus that and I will utilize her for you. Oncourse, a "special order" or ousmess, 1110crowd of admirers, who shower after Bepresentina; lollowinfl: Comp auies wrought up, some of the men stamp the first thing on the program was a a big ed me to refer to the number and date General principles I am a Aunty ed consrratulations upon them, At noDDolist but in this case 1 think it on the wrapper of my copy; and to my ing their feet in approval and many ball game between the teams of Som Prof. Patterson entertained the women crying. erset and Harrodsburg. Aetna, The final night at supper, as a slight token of intense horror 1 discover I am some propper for me to controle the whole party on them eegs score was 22 to 4 in favor of the visit arrears. I used to know a outiit and get a corner tyieen, his appreciation and joy over the out what in have TREES, PLANTS, VINES. ors. On Friday afternoon the game family by the name of Henry in Gar that is if a aig can be cornered. I A lot of time, and much money Palatine, come. At somerset, new a . m. inn, interest in one of them patent egg being spent in homing a "peace con of ball between Lancaster and Rich formerly of this city, took especial rard county some thirty years ago National, nests that lets the eeg drop out of site Fruit and ornamental Trees, ference" between the great nations, mond was played and after a great pains to see that the Lancaster dele who were good and clever people, but everytime when she turns Hartford, This is furnishing a great pleasure battle up to the seventh inning Lan eation wore well taken care of, and I cannot exactly locate Bob; but have of the hen cackle and when she dont Shrubs, small fruits and everyDrlcware, jaunt to a number of politicians, but caster "left the earth" and Richmond they are loud in praising his kindness. pictured him in my mind as a holy around to she made a mistake thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar wild featured, see it she thinks Milwaukee, what irood will be accomplished will won an easy victory by a score of 14 to The most amusing incident of the trip terror a grizley-facegoes At it too soone and whangdoodle, with nails and lauirhed never be known. Nations arc like in 3. For Lancaster M. Denny played a happened to Prof. Patterson. An am- tirery-eye- d Conneticnt, and lavs another one. Your never den. We employ no agents but s like a mountain lion, quitting layer will be just the kind to dividuals, when their angry passions great came and made every score ateur performance was being given at and Continental, sell direct at reasonable prices nesi. x amuiireauyaim arise they are going to fight, no mat that his team got across the plate the opera house, and between acts the teeth like the fangs of a shark, breath nut onio mat stipylate that your hens Glens Falls, to ter what kind of agreement may hav Every man in the team from Rich clever professor came before the cur like a mighty cyclone and deatlvin the am willing of nights and rest on taun- - Strawberry and Tree Catalogues can lav oil German American, entered into. The "peace con mond did well and each had a promi sting of his remorseless tail. It was davs lor 1 have some repputation lor on application to leen tain to make an announcement. Just Phenix of Brooklyn, ference" is nothing more nor less than nentpart in winning the victory. sac 1 aoni ureier as he began, the curtain was raised said of a noted pioneer hunter that he oieousness whicn price and the 10Hens H. F. HILLENMEYER, politicians sitting On Saturday morning, immediately af New York Underwriters, was so sure a shot that when he took ritise. Set vour a lot of and a young lady, dressed as a ghost, on their pants, drinking expensiv ter the contest at the Fair grounds, rushed, with drawn dagger upon him. his trusty old rifle into the forest for too on all them aigs you have got. Liverpool & London & Globe. Lexington, Ky. phone 279 A. 1 OLETUY3IAN, game the squirrels and coons would wines and smoking, while the peopl the crowd adjourned to the Hall Park Like North British & Merchantile Cevera, he made a desperate and witnessed a game of ball between "please of the nations represented have dash to escape, but was headed off at call from the loftiest so Harrodsburg and Richmond grin and pay the fiddler. boys say he finally don't shoot, I'll come down!" And each avenue. The Aetna Lifelns. Co. of Hartforfl,ConB On Thursday evening at the Gem ran up a white flag, a truce was had, I would say to Mr. Bob, "please don't was held the contests in vocal and in Pkesident McKinley issued was .allowed to leave the stage manifest your hideous presence in amendment to the civil service rules itrumental music. The house was and he these parts, I'll come down with the in safety. rcleasintr from the operations of the filled to the doors, and for more than The Paragon throws the visitors this cash." This little mite will set me a civil service rules about 4,000 offices hours the large audience enjoyed the NOTARY PTTBLIC, bouquet at parting: "Goodbye, Rich peg higher on your book, and entitle About every department of the Gov splendid music. BRYANTSVIXLE, KENTUCKY Midway, Win me to the Kecokd until the early part mond, Harrodsburg, ernment is affected. The civil service The Lancaster winners were as fol chester, Paris, Nicholasville and Lan- of the next century. is only a tool which enables the hold lows: 1 like your paper, for it speaks to for Lanl Snverjor ana caster. Somerset is glad you came, ing in of favorites and the tiring out Best Vocal Solo, Female Birdie and she hopes you'll come again. We me of the noblest people and grandestof those who fail to keep step to the country beneath the skies. It tells AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO have tried to do well by you, but next Volcanic Kruptlon. political boss' fiddling. me of the friends of the good old, long Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob time we'll know better how to do the ago, and awakens within my breast wel Hon. Sam Stone, of Madison, has life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve job, and we'll give you a warmer precious memories of many who will jures them: also Old, Running and come." announced his candidacy for republ ever be as dear as life to me. When governor. Mr. Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, can nomination for His Life was Saved. ever I unfold its pages and scan its SPEBiGFIELD Stone is a man against whom nothing Corns, "Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen columns, what a host of beloved faces detrimental can be said. He has Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder well up before me! There are the FIEE AND MAKINE big following in Garrard, as he also Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out ful deliverance from a frightful death. Wherritts, Kinnai r d s; Landrams INSURANCE COMFA.NY. Pai ns and Aches. Cnly 25 cents a box, has over the entire state. He is In telling of it he says: "I had taken Reeds, Prices, Sweeneys, Lusks, Rob clean man, and perfect perfect gen Cure Guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Mc- - Typhoid Fever, that ran into pneumo insons, Whites, Dennys, Dotys, Green EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO Druggist. Roberts, lm nia. My lungs became hardened. tleman. leafs, Pettys, Masons, Colliers, Hud OF NEW YORK. so weak I couldn't even sit up In sons, Myers, Yantis, Millers, Waldens was bed. Nothing helped me. I expected Walkers, Andersons, Peacocks, Hills, Robinson & Hamilton Agts to soon die of Consumption, when Sandifers, Browns, Letchers, Owsleys Office ovei Post Office. heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. Beazloys, Wests, Galllghers, Smiths, Lancastkb, : : : Kentucky One bottle gave great relief. I contin Huffmans, Walters, Elkins, Herrings ued to use it, and now am well and Hoppers, Hemdons, Burdetts, and You Are Going North, strong. I can't say too much in Its scores and scores of others just praise." This marvellous medicine is good and true, whose names I canno write here; but they are engraven on You Are Going South, the surest and quickest cure in the my memory's pages and will be ever world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. dear to my heart, uoa mess tnem ev You Are Going East, Regular size 50 cents and 81.00. Trial eryone. We have had an unusually long and bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drug You Are Going West.' lm hard winter here, but everything Store; every bottle guaranteed, lovely now. Strawberries are ripen Ing and the roses are in bloom. URCHMC TICKETS VIA TNC WALTER IIIATT IN LONDON. Sincerely your friend, R. L. CocnitAN Mr. Walters. Hiatt, formerly of the Herald staff, but now on a tour thro' Working Night .and Dajr. England, Scotland and France, writes The busiest and mightiest little to the manager of The Morning Her- thing ever was made is Dr. King'sNew ald the following charming letter Life Pills. Every pill is a d which will be read with pleasure by globule of health,that changes weakL6UISVUIC a Nashville It. It. the friends of this bright young ness into strength, listlessness into energy, brain-faBest spring medicine. into mental power. Low London, England, May 8, 189P. They're wonderful In building up the It makes the weak strong. The Maximum Safety, My Dear Mr. Breckinridge: We sell and recommend it. health. Only 23c per box. Sold by You will most likely have come to R. E. McRoberts. The Maximum Speed, the conclusion that I had dropped my"We should not overlook the value self into the Atlantic or been taken in The Maximum Comfort, tow by some English man eater since of ashes in building up the bone of hogs. Even In no I have failed to write you. The fact ashes accumulate,the West, where the The Minimum the cobs from Rates. is that I have been so busy seeing .the sights and doing nothing that I have corn should be burned and spread delayed writing you until after reach- where the swine can get at them. Sates, Time aad all other iafonaatioa will be cheerfully furnished by Hogs are not advancing in price as ing this place. I arrived here yesterC. . ATM OltC, a. P. A.. day evening after a five days' run from rapidly as some would like to see them. Or by Liverpool through Chester, where I The quality offered for sale are above LOCMVTTTT. ga. CAN SELL YOTJ saw the Prince of Wales, Shrewsbery, the average, but not just the right ORGANIZED IMS. Birmingham, Kenilworth (the scene kind to bring fancy prices. The white War-ichogs still top the market. of Walter Scott's D.Candler. Faithful to every There is not one person in n hundred Allen (the home of the kingmaker), whose avstem can successfully with trust, his ragged honesty is his staining PITIZEKS NATIONAL BAM, Stratford-on-Avoacceptea iar ana U where I dozed and stand thn sp vprfl drains of thp. Snrintr virtue His wora-i0PLAI0iaTEl.IT. BAaann witWit. th aid of a tunic. All wide, for he never trivea an endorsement mused for a morning in the spot in ; without absolute of the accumulated, which "Ceath Will" spent his last and impurities of a year Thi Capital, $50,000 happiest days undisturbed by the 6iiemr's UMjUillfied Fl(trsiMt must now ba elim Governor Candler on regatta, and lastly world's turmoil inated, and this Surplus Fund 10,000 H has used S. 8. 8. for causes a Btrugglo STATE OF GEORGIA, to "merrie" London, to colleges of Oxfifteen years ; .he Executive Ofice. ) which usually reford; on through knows that it is BUS IN BBS SOLICITZD. sults in a break Atlanta, Hay 8, 1899. made of the native the scene of the annual regatta, anu down. A few bottles hare for fifteen years used 8.3,8, roots of Georgia Oajrafal aad Prompt Attaatfea Saa of 8. S. S. justnow I renedy HA NATURE WARNED YOU?" for rheumatism and aj that it contains no will thoroughly pu- as a Natara herself clad In the early arba of rify the blood, im atonic. It is an questionably a good drugs of aay de- f. X. Himotothaji apriajr. bleaaoM forth tress and flower f caatiflf rtealdea ami he te vibrate to prove the appetite bloody earifier, and I am sure the scription tie eeipoadeut chord eprUgrtJ w andthis, th how dg aBoetdeiljrktfal of all. and give tone and bast tonic I ererwssd. For many anhiesitatiagly aaya yon feel Hart yom that Jtridahaky feellag. that it is the best 8. V. Humor EDUCATION CaaaJw strength to the the foraraaaar of ChlUa. Malaria end Typhoid my digestioa was , sad, but tonic he ever used. frhole system. Most years Ferer ? If so, to ataat sot paw tai waraiag O. AsaJaUat Caaa'i Is abtolntelj- necemry to the young aa It la aa iaofcatloa ot akkeaMf avoid thi 8.8.8. is the only J.B. JtlflMiT important of all. the occasional mat, of a bottle of aotkUg. ,.BookkMat aa oar adrlca Cures INDIGESTION Wuui g, R. 8. will so per- 8.3.S. has omtirelycirfdJM ef this tonio which conBta or young woman who would win coaaalt yearaadraggiat aad eoeta 70a bottle it procara a oa , auceeM 1b. life. This being conceded Call Carutedt'a Genaaa Liver Powder. Talc, tains bo potash, fectly remove all malady, and Dr. for Tie soda, asseaieVar time ais dayat thaa t la ot flrrt Importance to ret your training at the school that strands 1b the very front ram-i- oae deae a day at bed bottlefor Yecataa Chill Impurities as toftr-tifytciaacToaa: of fellow bTsrocaria a the other dabgorooe system for impunity aiythi&g set before me. Toalc, feuowlag the dlrecttoaa aad after twa, STRATTON BUSINESS' COLLEGE THE BRYANT stimulaat. fcoBuacyatam it htk te. PMMWfully resist- A. D. OAJTDLXK. waefca' coarse of these two groat reatedles, voa You neodS.S.S. I.X.BlMimMmAH. ' iAWM.TLBAVaU will feel Mice .the aowere look la the epciag. Iwr tka bust dan LOUISVILLE, KY. . Preeare yereelf for the atalarlal or hot aaaaea i.B.JOKMM, jCy. MWTJ, woW 'forma of aickaeaa so Brarslwt and need it now. A few bottles will Bevea .experienced teeeher. aeb one aaceUlto la hi Hoe whea the afeeeehtfe .la fall a garauu If. . cleanse the blood, improve yow S. O. KEEPING. Oraiaataa of thta aoUf preferred' ey bartae w fctim. WrHa-feX'wriirtke summer ratMi warm jtm. Jsl jiJw.imtowm. aeeaaaacT aa wBeajroar ' sad roaereta yew system. appetite, Mfiaariaa is aa Mr to a ImmkIJbI beak rlvts jHftWftXHND, . from wedetti mcbbtIm raaaat taa aaaTai JLJ. awaaaaa aw K'sjad'teke eeMaf else," WLEUBAPUir. B X McBotwts, E McRbbert "I should say,'' I i lastly, to "merric" London. 1 have seen many things of interest about each of the above spots and may have some good stories shortly. The whole of the distance, nearly, I followed the one Roman road and marched in the path beaten bv centuries of English history. At Whittington Castle, near Shrewsbery (where I ate a Shrcwsbery cake), I slept one night. The castle is but a ruin novV, but very interesting. It was built in 832. But I could reel off this sort of stuff to you by the yard. I will devote several of the following days to writing to you and then for more sight seeing. My wheej has been of great service. On the ship I was really a cabin passenger through a little manipulation. I can return when I like. I don't believe 1 shall go about Lon don a great deal, as even now the thing is losing some of its charm. Everything is too American nothing new. Remember me to all. This letter is very hnrried as my tea is waiting. Yours sincerely, WALTElt S. niATT. P. S. All mall to Exeter nail, Cen tral Y. M. C. A., London. Wheeler & Wilson Fax Jlri Crz--l Hew. DAXTVXXiZiS, This is now the most been recently equipped with Gallery in Central Ky., having Sewing Machine. 5?S7 Th.e Marvelous Anastimata Louses i$ Tliose Louses FI1A.TTEH. fjust Ball Bearings. in k Very Latest if M will E. W. Arnold, aucaster, Kentucky. d R. KINNAIRD, Tin INSURANCE: Sallie D. Tillett. 1 dew-claw- tree-top- s, GOV. CA NDLER J. X. DUNN Apt PRAISES S.S.S. See oar Beautiful Line OP jBePb Compound If If If Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS Best Quality. Prices sugar-coate- g R.E. M c ROBERTS. & STOUT, DANVILLE, "KY. He has Used it for Fifteen Years, and of of of Declares it is the Best Blood Purifier and Tonic Made. of LILLARD Strong Words from Georgia's Chief Executive. I " Paint Wall Timings k, I s Cheapar than any OJ33 in this Section. carisiedrs liver S2?ff! Henley-or.-Thame- r, German Stock was laid in before prices advanced. A BUSINESS k Powder Cent. H-- Itawjtoferfect Price; 25 tkor-ougfc- ly . i iwu, 7s V t 0. J I HOT WEATHER BIT HAND. BEE OUR CDDL, SUMMER SUITE Hen's Fine Hose and Suspenders. I ttl DRESS YOU FOB IT. 1 8 SHIRTS.' Stacy Adams' Elegant Footwear. Lovely Neckwear. Let us make your Summer Suit. Our Tailoring Department is complete in every detail. Goods cut and fit on you right in the shop. In this department, like all our others, we Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction or your money refunded. J. L. FROHMAN NOEL 5ISTERS CO. THE is noted for GLOBE. DANVILLE, H5 KY. 4 si T . The Leading Milliners A large assortment of Summer Millinery just in this week. Come in and select your Hat while goods are new and fresh. We are as usual IN THE LEAD with NOBBY GOODS, and our prices are very reasonable UP-TO-DA- New line of Flowers, Chiffons, Mousselines etc. Also, "White Chip and Leghorns Hats. Phone 85- indeed. - CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY bered as Miss Maggie Harbison, Perryville. of June I, - I89Q. rpEsofliiTj Major "Win. Collier has been at home for a few days. Mrs. Mattie Duncan is visiting relatives in Frankfort. relaMrs. J. T. Arnold is visiting tives in Middlesboro. Ed C. Gaines will leave tomorrow for a trip to Shelbyville. Lcland Radford, of Martinsville, Ind., is visiting his kinsman, Ed Bishop. Although quite young, he is a cometist of much ability, like his uncle, Ed Buchanan. Mrs. Alex West, of Lancaster, visit ed her daughter, Mrs. C. F. Dcnman, last week Misses Hallie and Cordia Hamilton, of Lancaster.are the guests of JIiss Ada Dickerson. Xicholasvillc Journal. Frank B. Marksbury, who is attending the Bryant & Stratton business college at Louisville, has received ma ny complimentary reports from that institution, as to accuracy, and his last report stated that he had the neatest books in the school. We learn through a letter to friends here, that Rev. E. II. Godby,the much beloved former pastor of the Metho dist church here, but now of Chaplin- town, has lost his speech. The host of friends here will learn of this with regret, and we hope, it really is not true. Perryville People. R. E. Hughes, city editor of the Louisville Commercial, spent Sunday in this city with his parents. Bob works from one p. m. to one a. 3r. daily, and his position is one of great responsibility. He is a line newspaper man and our prediction is he will reach the top notch in daily journalism. We asked Capt. nerndon for some news this week and he replied: "Yes. you may say in your personals that Daw Shoes, Penry natterson, Sike Malter and several others attended the lecture at Stanford the other night. Tom Boblinson, nen Budson, Say Clutton and Myro Tiller wanted to go but could not get off". The congregation at the Christian church Sunday night enjoyed quite a treat in a solo sung by Mrs. Juliet Gill Rogers. It was "Abide With Me", to the air of "Scenes That are Brightest", from Maritara. Mrs. Rogers is blessed with a voice of di vine sweetness, and her singing is always greatly appreciated. The organ accompaniment was played by Miss May Z. Hughes. Miss Mayrie Andrea Rice, of Gal veston, Texas, is visiting her grand father, Col. A. J. Rice, and other rel atives in Garrard county. She is a daughter of Robt. Rice, well known to many Garrard people. Miss Rice Is a blonde of rare beauty, exceedingly bright, sociable and pleasant. She has been very justly pronounced one of the prettiest and handsomest young ladies who have visited here. A series of meetings will be held in the Christian church at Plummer's Landing, beginning on Monday, June 19th. Elder Holton O. Frank, of Lex ington, will do the preaching. Mr. rank has been attending Kentucky University in Lexington forthenast four years and returns this summer to preach in the county where he lived for a number of years, and where his father preached before moving to Lancaster. Flemingsburg Gazette. The Somerset Journal says: "Those of our church going people who attended the Southern Methodist church on last Sabbath were afforded a rare treat in listening to the Bacialaureate ser mon, by Rev. F. M. Hill, pastor of sam cnurcn, delivered to the five members of the graduating class of our High Sceool. By good critics the sermon was pronounced a gem in its line, abounding In instruction and advrbe to these young people on the eve of their collegiate course, and on' the bright morning of their entrance, into the more responsible duties of the llfework before then,4'! 15 The Eagle, King of all Birds. Cured When Other Failed. its keen sight, clear aud S. A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y. distinct vision. So are those persons Writes. My wife suffered from kidney who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve trouble for years. She consulted sevfor weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any eral physicians and tried a number of kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25cts Kidney Cures without getting relief. McRobcrts Drug Store. lm She was induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure and in less than a week after she The Kentucky Chautauqua. began using it, she was greatly imThe 12th annual session of the Ken- proved and three bottles cured her. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, tucky Chautauqua will be held in its beautiful home at Woodland Park, Well Said. Lexington, Ky., June 27th to July 7th inclusive. When you hear people talking about ProminentlecturerswillincludeRev. railroads being "heartless corporaThomas Dixon, Jr., Col. H. W. J.Ham, tions." etc., you may mark them as Hon. Z. T. Sweeney, Dr. N. Dwight damphools or not knowing what they Hillis, successor of Beecher and Ab- are talking about. bott in Plymouth church; George E. Railroad folksjas a general thing, and Vincent, principal of Chautauqua: S. the L. & N. especially, are the clever Parks Cadman, New York City's most est and most accommodating people eloquent preacher; Frank R. Rober- - in the world, besides being the great" son, just back from Manila with stere- - est distributors of money. They give opticon views of great interest; Hon. employment to more men and pay Champ Clark, of Missouri: Congress- them better wages than almost any man J. P. Dolliver, of Iowa: Dr. Lou- other industry. Yet we hear misguid is Albert Banks and others. The mu- ing Jind scheming politicians talk sic will be unsurpassed in the history about passing such law as the McChord Saxton's famous of Chautauqua. band; Miss Louise Roman, piano soloist; Indiana State University Glee Club, seventeen rollicking college boys: the Ariel Lady Sextette; Park Sisters, instrumentalists, popular on two continents; Miss Sibyl Sammis, America's greatest soprano; Mr. Hany Fellows, tenor; Miss Harding, contralto. The school work will be more dignified than ever. Biblical Exposition and Ministers' Institute by the Rev. Louis Albert Banks and Rev. M. M. Parkhurst. W. C. T. U. School of Methods, Miss Clara C. Hotimau, The School of Oratory, of Columbus, Ohio, will have its summer session at Kentucky Chautauqua. Physical training and elocution by Prof. E. A. Fox, and music in all its departments by Prof. S. G. Smith. Sunday school work in three grades will be conducted under the auspices of the Chautauqua and State Sunday school Association. No better Chautauqua program will be offered any where in America. Here is a chance within the reach of all to secure a pleasant vacation and at the same time to gather inspiration and pleiisant memories for all the days to come. $3 will purchase a season ticketthirty magnificent entertainments. Tents can be rented on the grounds, board secured at reduced rates at the hotels and in the homes of Lexington. Every indication points to a successful season. Detailed illustrated program and all information will be furnished by applying to Chas. Scott, Business Manager, Lexington, Ky. Auy Old Sore. Cut,;Bruise, or Sprain quickly healed with Banner Salve the greatest healing remedy in the world. C. C. & J. E. Starmes. It costs double the amount to put a pound of grain on a pig one year old than it does to make the same increase on one of six months. The younger pigs are, the more profit there are in feeding them. If the predisposition to worms in children is not cured they may become emaciated, weakly and in danger of convulsions. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE is the most successful and popular remedy. Price 25 cen. s C. C. & J. E. Stormcs. You can buy horses "for all cheaper than you can raise them, and it is folly to breed any such truck. Breed for special results, and the money returns will be pretty sure. s" the eggs and sugar together: add to the hot milk, cook for a moment, then strain into the ice cream mould and freeze. June Ladies' Home Journal. You get up in the morning tired, a It is said that this country consumes bad taste in the mouth and a headache. sheep each year. about 15,000,000 Know what's the mattery Biliousness, Over 60,000 horses were sold in New Take De Witt's' Little Early Risers. last year, and 85,000 died or were kill They regulate the liver and cure coned. stipation pleasantly and promptly. Never before have their been so Never gripe. many buyers for good horses. Many lm Stormcs Drug Store. buyers are in Chicago, from all the It is like carrying coals to New Caseastern markets, buying city, draft tle for a Kentuckian to go to Ohio fo and coach horses, and all the States cattle, but so scarce have feeders be from Illinois east are buying work come in this part of theStatethat Mr. horses and exporters arc eagerly buying M. Bijou White, of this county, went the best of everything at good prices to Northwestern Ohio last week to for the European markets. supply his deficiency. He returned A sallow, jaundiced skin is a symptom of disordered liver, as it springs from biliary poisons retained in the blood, which destroys energy, cheerfulness, strength, vigor, happiness and life. HERBINE will restore the natural functions of the liver. Price 50 cts C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Early maturity should be the rule for sheep. If they are fed one day too long the profit is so much less. An Enquirer special from Nicholas- ville says that a peculiar malady, pre valent among the live stock, is attracting the attention of farmers in this county. There is some difference of opinion as to what the disease is, but the most general belief is that the an imals have hydrophopia. Mr. Phillip Rarick several weeks ago lost two fine horses which had all the symptoms of a dog with the rabies. Mr. Watt Ar nold reports the death of feveral hogs from what lie believes to have been hydrophobia and Mr. Thomas Mackey says that a half dozen of his sheep have been alllicted likewise, making it necessary to put an end to their lives Aside from the serious inconvenien ce and plain caused by piles, there is a tendency to fistula and to cancer in the rectal regions. Piles should not be allowed to run on unchecked. T A B- OINT LER'S BUCKEYE MENT is an infallible remedy. Price 50 cts. a bottle, tubes 75 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, More good cows are spoiled every year by careless milking than any oth er way. A very little milk left in the udder at each milking will cause the best cow to decrease. Saturday witli 130 head, mostly shorthorns, which he purchased in thatscc-tioThey came high, but he had to have them. There is a big demand for cattle everywhere, he says, and the price is daily advancing. Richr mond Register. De Witt's Little Early Risers acts faultless pill should cleansing and reviving the system instead of weak, ening. They are mild and sure, small and pleasant to take, and entirely free from objectionable drugs. They assist rather than compet. Stormcs Drug Store. lm a-- a n. TBE mi WAY. TJ70MEN ured to think "fern a Is diseases " could only be treated after "!o-- c tions" by physicians. Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering. The inof troduction Wine of Cardul has now demonstrated that nine-tentof all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physician's attention at all. The simple, pure a 1 examina- Mr. and Mrs. William Mason attended the Tournament last Friday. Mrs. Clay, of Richmond, is visiting her brother, Judge W. E. Walker. Miss Ella Dunn, of Lower Garrard, has been visiting Mrs. II. M. Ballou. Miss Bessie Burnside has returned from a very pleasant visit to Stanford. bill. We see the "grand" juries returning indictments against the railroads because some pusillanimous old clodhopper don't want to pay reasonable freight on his tobacco or his stock. Is this right? If it is, it is the proper thing to discourage and hinder all manner of enterprises. Some people do not seem to understand that in cutting down the profits of its railroads they are taking money out of the laboring man's pocket, as well as their own, for they are indirectly dependent on the laboring men, and it is a detriment to all classes to hinder industry. Barbourville Pathfinder. Along this same line the L. & N. is being indicted at a number of places on account of difference of rates, on long and short hauls.. Many people approve the courts in these cases and condemn the railroads not stopping to consider the matter in its right light. The instances in which they were indicted were mostly for charging a higher rate on coal to points along its line than they do to Louis ville, and it is known as the long and short hauls. The L. & N. has been indicted in these cases and the Supreme Court affirmed the decision of the lower court. The cases have been taken to the U. S. Court where it is hoped the decision will be reversed, as it is to the interest of this section of the country, especially which de pends on the coal business for much of its support and without the Louisville market, the large part of their business will be cut off and to get in to the Louisville market they have to have rates in competition with other roads there are the reason the L. & N. charges less to Louisville than oth er points and in many instances they haul coal, at a loss, to tlue city market, in order that the mines can be run full time. Middlesboro Herald. BACKACHE should never be neg lected. It means kidney disorder which, if allowed to run too long will result in Bright 's disease, diabetes or other serious and often fatal complaints. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE is guaranteed for kidney disorder, C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm Where the average farmer has one good cow he has five poor ones, and on the strength of the one which is good he forgives the rest, and brags on the excellence of his herd. No progres. can be made in dairying until the fars mer recognizes that certain of his cows are good for nothing, and that he must get rid of them. Hardly a day passes, in families where there are children, in which BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is not needed. It quickly cures Cuts, Wounds, Bruises, Burns and Scalls. Price 25 and 50cts; C. C. & J. E. Stormes To procure the best growth at the least cost, it will pay, even when the pigs have the run of a good pasture, to feed good, rich slops twice a day taken in the privacy of a woman's own home insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate how. Wine of Cardul requires no humiliating examinations for its adoption. It cures any disease that comes under the head of "female troubles" disordered menses, falling of the womb, "whites," change of life. Itmakes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. $l.COai the drug store. For advics in cases rsqulrlner rr-cdirections, address, eivinsr symptoms, the "Ladles' Advisory Department." The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn. W. I. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Miss., says: "I use Wine of Cardui extensively in my practice and find it a most excellent preparation for female troubles." THE (iOVKK.VOIt'S APPETITE, He Can Eat with Impunity Anything Set Before Him. Georgia's chief executive has many good qualities, and in addition to his superb robust constitution, the Governor also possesses what is coveted by many unfortunates lie has a good appetite. Like any ordinary mortal, however, he once suffered from indigestion, with all the distressing conditions which it produces. But he has founnd an unfailing remedy, however, and said recently: "For many years my digestion was bad, but the occasional use of a bottle of S. S. S. has entirely cured me of this malady, and I now eat with perfect impunity anything set before me." Governor Candler has also declared S. S. S. to be the finest tonic and made. He lias used it every spring for the past fifteen years. blood-purifi- color Mr. James R. Johnson of Bur-gi- n J. Randolph Harris and wife, of Lincoln, are visiting his parents in this city. G. C. Givens and wife, of btanfordi have been visiting the family of H-Ballou. attended churceat Hebron Sunday and called on friends in this community Sunday. W. A. Berkele, of Frankfort, is visiting his wife and daughter, at W. II. Wherritt's. Geo. M. Patterson has been confined to his room several days by an attack of torsilitis. Miss Bettie Arnold leaves this week to visit friends and relatives in Jellico and Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wherritt left today to visit their daughter, Mrs. Bogle, in Owensboro. Malcom Tillett and sister, Miss Sal-li- e have returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington. PILE About twenty-fiv- e teachers and pupils attended the Somerset Tournament the past week. Uncle Claiborne Lear has been ill for several days. We are glad to say he is much better today. Dr. T. J. Acton and wife, of Ky., were guests of relatives here Friday and Saturday. s, - Mrs. Eliza Lackey and Mrs. Craven, of Mcbley, Mo., are visiting Mrs. Jane Ballou, near Hyattsville. Messrs. Saufley Hughes, Millard West and Herbert Kinnaird were vis-- , itiors in Richmond this week. Mr. Sawney Burdett, of Arkansas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. R. H. Bat-sowho continues very sick. Miss Mary Burnside will entertain this evening at a lawn party, in honor of her cousin, Miss Eugene Dunlap A. H. Rice left Monday for Bashville, his wife will join him later. They will spend the summer at that place. Miss Stella Ballou, who has been the guest of Mr. H. M. Ballou and family, returned to her home in Stanford Tuesday. The,orchard may well serve its purfruit bearing and as a feeding ground for poultry. The fowls will destroy many of the insects which harm both trees and fruit, and will be no mean factor in enriching the land. It is estimated that trotting meetings will be held this year on 1,100 tracks, and that $3,600,000 will be given in stakes and purses. If your sight is blurred with specks and spots floating before your eyes, or you have pains on the right side under the ribs, then your liver is deranged, and you need a few doses of HER BINE to regulate it. Price 50 cents C. C. & J. E. Stormes. The horses of Lee Thomas and Car- ty Nagle sold well at St. Louis, last week. King George sold for 81,000, Fascination for $650, Startle for $725 and Sunshine and Sunny (a pair) for pose of $975. n, 2;12i, by C. F. Clay, had both hind tendons cut off The pacing gelding Lee, Rosebuds Budding womanhood ! What ities! What dangers i What a time for tender sympathy! At puberty nature generally makes some attempt to establish physical recularitiM. hnt when nature fails to assert itself, develop-meat- s result which injure the health and impair the constitution of the maiden. The timely use of Bradfield's Female Regulator, the standard remedy for all weaknesses and irregularities peculiar to women, is what retarded nature seeds in all such cases. Sold by druggists for ooks, for wosaea free. XHB BRADHELD ECULAT0 CO, half-hidd- glorious possibil- ( Miss Hattie Arnold and little sister, Henrietta, visited friends and rela-.- " lives on depot street Tuesday and Wednesday. , 1 'in Nashville, going on. T. J. B. Turner, who is now located has been in town for several days. He was agreeable surprised at the many improvements now Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Carlton, of ?- it Xawrenceburf, are here to spend the summer. Mrs. Carkoa will be remem TXiATA. OA. J. A. Shear, of Sedalia, Mo., saved his child from death by croup by .using One Minute Coujrh Cure. It cures coahs, colde,ipeuonia, la grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Stormes Drug Store. 11 ' m in a collision on Hamilton street, in Cleveland, a few days ago. Henry Eck, the owner, had just sold him to a Pittsburg horseman for $1,000. Parties who want the very best farm news should subscribe for the Far mers Home Journal, Louisville. It only costs $1 per year and comes every week. If you are interested in horses, you should subscribe for the American Stock Farm, Lexington, Ky. The price is $2.00 per year, but you can secure it from now until January 1, 1900 for $1.00, if you will mention this paper when writing. mar30tf Where cream alone is used in making ice cream d or of the quantity used should be scalded, the sugar dissolved In the scalded nor- tlon, and when cool added to the remaining quantity of cream. Where cream is hot obtainable, milk may be med enriched by the'volks of emysl al lowing four to- each quart kf milk. scaw the milk in a doable boiler; beat " one-half one-thir- No night to t'sllnes. The woman who is lovely in face, form and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attractive must keep her health. If she is weak, sickly and all run down, she will be nervous and irritable. If she has constipation or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate It stomach, liver and kidneys and to purify, the blood. It gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make a good lookII. D. Aldridge sold to Thomas Bar- ing, charming woman of a invalid. Only f0 cents at 11. E. Mcker a Jersey milk cow forS25.00. lm Mr. and Mrs. James Speaks arc re- Robcrts' Drug Store. joicing over the arrival of a fine girl. Quite a number of persons from tin's community attend church at Mt. Hebron, Sunday Miss Mary Kuyken- Samuel nail bought two mule colts dall has returned from a visit to friends from Mrs. Florence Corincny, for and relatives in Louisviile and Mt. Mr. Hall sold a horse to 11. L. JenWashington.... Miss Mary Durham has been quite ill but is some better at nings, for $30. this writing.... Mrs. B. A. Daws, of Born, to the wife of Robert Martin, boy, John Paul Louisville spent last week with Mrs. the 28th ult., a Lucy Sutton and visited Mrs. J. B. Martin. Kemper, Thursday D. G. Ross bought five shoats from Mr. L. W. Bur- dette, of Garden City, Mo. visited the Ben Lunce, of rreachersville, at .lie a family of Mr. A. D. Hughes, and is at pound. the bedside of his sick sister Mrs. R. E. B. Pointer bought three shoats R. H. Batson Mr. T. I. Herring from J. O. Reid for $4.00. found a very interesting coin in the Quite a large crowd at Good Hope, debris of an old building a few days Sunday, to hear brother Pike, of On one side it has an eagle with Brodhead. extended pinions, the date 1846 and Jack nammack is on the sick list the words United States of America; on the other Henry Clay's likeness, this week. name and motto "I had rather be right Guess Miss Ida Hurt will teach our than to be president." It is the size fall school at Union. Success to you of a quarter and resembles o copper in Miss Ida. Marksbury. run-dow- n Hammack. 12-l- o. Miss Edna Scott closed her school at Pleasant Hill last Friday. She is uni versally loved by the children, and Rsv. Coxey, of Kiioxville, preached Rev. Hendricksnn, or near Berca, some of tne young men, out juaua pro at Mt. Olivet, Sunday. preachad for us Saturday night. poses to remain single. She has a Go to J. E. Scott to have your JJind- Miss Alice good home of her own, paid $300 cash a lintTincrwasi'ivenbY cr repaired. Now is the time to have Vanderpool, at her home Sunday night. for it. The your old Binder adjusted. There J B lJjurne hasth-- nicest crop of time to is a time for all things Early Wheat is heading out nicely this DeWitt's Little take stwwojrri3j of any one in this vicm wheat is Risers is when you are suffering from neighborhood, but the late ity. thin on the ground, and the consed biliousness, a sow and constipation, JTI Montzomary Iwught will be light. ache, indigestion or other stomach or quence is, that the yield i.riit. nips from Chas. Duncan, price Sheriff Sanders, of Lancaster, was liver troubles. 810.00. in this village Monday on business Stormes Drug Store. - lm ATr M Crawford had a fine fourCol B F' Robinson, of Upper Garrard, nights R2V J I Wills of Harrodsburg, was in this neighborhood Monday, en lwv mare stolen a few preached a very able sermon at Mt .... Tr:ic,v had a saddle aKu, Hebron, Sunday; subject, "Adultera gaging lambs for the June market. . . . stolen the same night. ted Churches." Your scribes auditory Richard Hackley, of this place was in W. M. Gallaglier, or uryantir.iMajo.j nerves being out of repair he did not Lancaster the early part of this week, John A Terr ill is dan"For forty vears I have tried various get the text, The crowd was im on business couh medicines, One Minute Cough mense, the thermometer registered gerously ill at this writing Sirs Jas Cure is best of all." It relieves instant- about ninety, but ho held the atten Smalley, who has been very ill for the ly and cures all throat and lung trou- tion of his audience for one hour. last ten days is, we are glad to say, re bles. PS Terrill and wife About daylight last Sunday morn ported better Stormes Drug Store. in lrn ing Mose Judson, who lives opposite visited his brother, E J Terrill, Rev. J I Wills delivered two very Henry Barlow's store, discovered the Woodford county, the lattorpartof Moninteresting sermons at Hebron, Sat- building, store-rooand dwelling, last week, and returned home Sunday to very large and on fire. He rang his alarm boll and day. . , .MissRuthford, of Middlesburg, urday and Ohristopher, attentive congregations. ran across to do what ho might to save is visiting Miss Florenco this week..., Dr Frits Askonstedt, of Mr. Tommie Preston and Miss Eva the building. In a few minutes Jas Loulsvlllo, visited the family of J J 3Ikldleton, both of this vicinity, were "Nunnellev came to his aid, but the bride's home Thursday tire had gotten beyond control Poor, last Sunday. married at the Mt. Hebron. Buena Vista. Stone. T. L. Saunders sold a bull calf to TAPP'S VICTIM DEAD. Ilia Slayer Is llitlilen .4w-From Mob ijw-ltcrca- srtl ou 35,000 lui- - Teater and Broaddus for $30. Several people of this vicinity at tended the Decoration at Camp Nel- Warrant Iucd. Si 6e l. GOES sick-hea- vAMr-f.i- rt afternoon, Rev. G W Thompson, offlc-iatin- Wm. Scott, of Frankfort, is with his mother, Mrs Rebecca Scott, who Misses Lena is not exoccted to live and Jennie Rogers, Hrs Minnie liar vey and children, of Lancaster, and Mrs Alice Clark, of Danville, were at church here Sunday..., Louis Burdett and family, Ed Clark and wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Mat Folger were the iruests of Landram Burdett Sunday ....Miss Emma Naylor, accompanied by John Lane, attended preaching at Hebron, Sunday.... Miss rattle Jun in nnterfciined a number of her James Johnson, friends Sunday wife and little son, of High Bridge, visited relatives here the latter part of bust week.... Win Gammons and family, of Burgin, visited G A Bruce, Mrs Martha Willis last. Snturdav and baby, of Tennessee, are the pleas ant guests of her brother, Mr. E D Miss Jennie Anderson, of T.nwsnn Preachersvilie, was the guest of Miss Penal Thompson last week. Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff of Troy, Mo., says if everyone in the United States should discover the virtue of De Witt's Witcli Hazel Salve for Diles. rectal troubles and skin diseases the demand could not be supplied. Stormes Drug Store. lm and they could only stand off and see it go down to ashes. Every one re irrets the calamity, and extend much sympathy to the young and enterpris ing niercnanL. lie uau a uoncv uu goods, but It was in the building and was ournea. iienry is oneoi tue uiuv follows in the countv. or out of it. We would like to sec him rcouna and continue in business. What you want is not temporary rer lief 'from gifgg but n cure tU stay cured, DeWitt's Witch Haze Salye cures piles, and they stay cured, Stormes Drug Store. lm Joshua Barker, an expert machinist has purchased of Hoo Montgomery, half interest in a saw mill. Paint Lick; Mr. Sam Dean is visiting his uncle Dr. N. Mays. Another livery stable has been star tied here by. Moore & Co. Rev. Edwards preached at M,t. Tabor Sunday morning ajtd, T. S,. fiu.rnani sold to A. B. Estridge fhe Galloway property pr $2,500. Several pepple fron tlis place atten ded the S:rn. Tones lecture in. Rich mond Saturday night, Some Tho OOm Prop is, looking farmers are qot done breaking for corn, Our streets are soon to receive some much needed improvements. Let the good work proceed. Our tobacco man, R. N. Beazley, has commenced prizing and is shipping as fast as it is ready. There is a fine prospect for a good wheat crop yet, and farmers are much encouraged at the outlook. Miss Russell Ramsey will leave Wednesday to visit her many friends and relatives in London. lyy, Misses Jim and Mattje McCormack are expecting visitors from Mississippi and North Carolina the last of this son, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs Wall and family, and Mrs. Elisa Mobcrley, of Judson, were the guests of C. M. Moberley and family last week Mr. Cronley Coy, a trader of Kirksville, was in our midst Mr. J. A. Saunders and last week two little sons, James and Henry, of Iliattsville, visited his brother, T. L. Saunders and family, Friday Misses Lillie Ray, Renie and Lula Simpson, of Buckeye, Pattie Thompson, Delia Humphrey and Blanche Mitchell, accompanied by Messrs. L. D. Mitchell, L. L. Saunders, N. T. Grow, Dan Ray and Custer Fethergill, attended preaching at Mt. Hebron, and visited Mrs Luther Raney, Sunday. , , , .Everyone Is invited to attend the fishing party at the Kentucky river, at the usual placo, near Gabe Preston's, June 10, Saturday afternoon. Boys, bring your girls, wo Insure you a niea tlme.,,.C. W, Mitchell, Gabe Preston and George Stone, have re- ons. turned homo from a trip to Louisville, TO PREVENT LYNCHING. which they took on the steamer Falls Earn Tapp, 1 hen Arrested, Will Uo Con City. veyed to Covington to i'rovcut Ky., Jlay 31. Jim Tapp narrow ly escaped being- lynched Sunday night The sheriff received information that a, mob ivas gathering and spirited him away to the home of a relative, five miles from town, and when spies of the ajob came to s.ee if ther way was clear Ihey discovered that he was gone and were unable to find where. When they returned with this information, the mob quietly At the preliminary examination Monday morning Tapp waived his examining trial and rewas leased on So.000 bond to appear before the grand jury next. week, but when Elmer Franks died one hour later he was rearrested and held without bond, to answer to the charge of murder. He is in the hands of the authorities, but his whereabouts are kept secret, a&. a mob is still feared. A warrant was issued Monday everting- for Sam Tapp, charging- him with murder and carrying- concealed weapWILUA3T5TOWX, TO THE BOTTOM. In every test made S. S. S. easily demonstrates its superiority over other blood remedies. It matters not how obtreatthe case, of ail Blood Diseases and stinate or remediesnor what otherS. S. S. ment have failed. always promptly reaches and cures any the is in Cures the Worst Gases. disease wherewho blood had any way involved. Everyone has experience with blood diseases knows that there are ne ailments or troubles so obstinnte nnd difficult to cure. Very few remedies claim" to cure such renl, blood diseases as S. S. S. cures, and none can oiler such incontrovertible evidenceof merit. S S. S. is not merely a tonic it a cure It goes down to the very seat of all blood diseases, and gets at tho is foundation of the very worst caset, and routs the poison from the system. It does not, like other remedies, dry up the poison and hide it from view temporarily, only to break forth again more violently than ever; S. S. S. forces out every trace of taint, and rids the system of it forever. jirs. j.. w. x.ee, m ontgomery, Ala., writes: "Some years ago I was inoculated with poison by a nurse who infected my babe with blood taint. I was covered with sores and ulcers from head to foot, and in my great extremity I prayed to die. Several prominent physicinns trented me. but all tc no purpose. The mercury and potash, which they gave me seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me. I wus advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures made by it, to try Swift's Specific. I improved from the start, as the medicine seemed to go direct to the cause of the trouble and force the poison out. Twenty linttlps (Miwvl mo nnmnlofolir " QuMft'a Umui.'Rn Prcnipily Reaciies flie Seat I 1 deep-seate- j I 1 iBryanisville. Little Elizabeth Bryant won the medal given by Miss Mattie Dunn at her School. Having received the highest marks. Miss Mattie Dunn's school closed at BryantsviHe Friday owning. Eliza Violence by WiiJ4.VMTOWX, - s Slob. ig. w, beth, the bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J, W. Bryant, was awarded the medal in sholarship, her average being 9". She was the youngest child in school and only seven years old. AH Judssn. Jack Naylor had a fine calf to die last week. Most of the farmers are through setting tobacco. W. N. Grow sold some corn to John Miller, heartily congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, on the success of their little at $1.75 per barrel. G. G. Grow bought a horse from Frank IJay, price $50.00. Norman Gfqw had a valuable cow to Orchard Grove. Mrs A D Ford is improving. Joe Hicks wll build a new dwelling roon. Mrs Margaret Stone is suffering! from a severe pain in right arm. Mrs Ed Xaylor is under the treatment of Dr Kinnaird, of your city and is improving. George T. Stone returned home last Wednesday. He took sick after reach' ing Louisville, hence his return. die last week, from eating glover. Messrs Wm. and Tom Wherrltt of your city were the guests of Mr. J. M. Sanders and wife Thursday Mrs. Cronley Broaddus and children visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Naylor last week.... Several of the boys of Pleasant Hill attended the strawberry supper at Teatersville Saturday night Miss Ida Ray of Gum's Chappel .vas with her grand mother Mrs. Abner May last week Mrs Ben Pollard and Mrs Hunter House of Hedgeville were the guests of Mrs. Jack Turner last Sunday.... Mrs. Nannie Moberly of Stone spent the first of last week with Mrs. Bettie Wall.,.., Mr, and wife are visiting relatives at Hedgeville, having the promise of all the squirrels and fish they could eat while there..., Miss Edna Scott's cure piles, strike attiie hoot To Pleasant Hill closed Friday' Ha-zthat's the way. DeWitt's Witch The patrons were very much disapp. litedin not gett'.ng le- to teach Salve stmkks at the hoot it removes the cause quickly and perman tne iau scnooi. To tne delight of her narents she iias accented the Mt. ently. Don't squander time and money school and will stay with the in a vain effort to remove the effects. old ioiKs at Jiome" next fall. Stormes Drug Store. lm TIMELY HINT. J F Stone lias built a new boat for You shouldA be wise and see that Tonr blood la fishing purposes, hits christened it rich and para and your whole system put in a oy in )r, Dewey. He now proposes to catch 'em eenecuy neauny conditionPowder. nse Of von German Liver Then malaria, typhoid fever, CQifls as well where they ain't as where they will be free fromDr. grip. and the Carlstedfs German W arc. Mr Editor, do you like fish? travraei is me Desi medicine money can uny, Far your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprueff Mrs Mariali Montgomery has named Gum Balsam. Prie 25 ana 60s her little girl, Norma Burns, the a Bottla. For sale by first for Miss Norma Stone, of your It. K. .Wciiooerts. city, second for Mrs Bunnie Stone A Palut Lick Kuterprine. McCormick, of Richmond. Both are nieces of Mrs Montgomery. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, Mrs J S Stone should be happy. She with readv sale every where.is meeting Persons has a kind husband, six bright child- who have used it say it's a marked ren, two hundred Minorca chickens, success and a sure cure for Fistula, e line young bronze turkeys, Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlargement, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on eighteen goslings, and eighteen 3, written guarantee, and money refunded if not as represented. 3 fifty-threap-1- Jack Turner Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at Or. S. G-AIN-ES' It fully Warranted and Excels all others. AllKindsFarm Machinery Always onHaiid. onsign your stock to Rabenstein, Harris & Conner, Live stock Commission Merchants, Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Ky or Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, O., 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. girl. Mrs. Sallie Warren, of Buckeye, is isiting her parents at Bourno this Mr. and Mrs. Crutcherfleld, week of Lexington, are visiting her father, Mrs. Hogan has return W. Poor ed from a pleasant visit to her daugh ter Mrs. Wolfork in Lexington Mrs. George Ballard and daughter Misses Nannie and Bessie have been visiting relatives here the past week..,. Miss Hallie Deathugo, of Richmond, Is vis Mrs. iting her mother, Mrs. Welch Mattie Dause, of Louisville, is the guest of her mother Mrs. Smith this week, Sam Dunn gave a strawberry week For relief and comfort in Asthma supper to his chsoolmates on last Fri COUSSEN'S HONEY OF TAR lias day morning which was enjoyed very Miss Rich no equal. Price 25 and 50 cents much by those present ard Ballard visited in Paint Lick last C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Mrs G. T. Ballard and two daught- week. ers, Misses Bessie and Nannie return ed from a pleasant visit to Bryants- ville. If you see this in time go to the Richard Rabinion sold to Mr. Fox Strawberry Supper to be given at 14 hogs for $23.00. Fairview church this, Thursday, eve Pate Parish sold a fat cow to Law- ning, son & Fox for $40.00. Taken Up as Estuay. Red steer, A. J. Thompson sold some sheep to weight about 500 pounds. Owner can C. Fox for 3 cts. have same by proving property and Fine rain Monday morning. W. S. Fish. paying costs. G. A. & J, C. Slier has returned from W, B. Lane sold to T. S. Burnam the mountains with about 250 Sheep, his farm containing 100 acres, for $6,- and will have another load soon. 250. The farm lies over the Madison Mrs nettle Tuder or Manse was line and is one of the finest and best improved in Madison county. It has visiting her sister Mrs. W. II. Cum Jack Mullins and two fine tobacco barns, beside the ex mins last week cellent dwelling and many other im W. H. Carson from Broudhead was here on business Saturday. . . ,Mrs. A. provements. J. Thompson and Mrs W. H. Brown Fish & Adams are meeting with has gone to Roccastie county to visit wonderful success with their Fistula relatives. . , ,S. Morgan of Sweeney and cure. It is indeed, a wonderful medi James Layton of Cincinnati was here cine and, judging from the praises of Sunday. . . .There was a number from those who have tried it, it certainly here attended the memorial services long-fetills a want. We are glad of at Ephlces Sunday, and all enjoyed the great success ofonr Paint Lick the day pleasantly. men. Rev. L. I. Echols, who has been Recruits for the Philippines preaching here for the past eighteen The Recruiting Oftlcer in Lexington months, will, on June 7th, be married has just received orders to enlist a to Miss Margaret McClintock Todd, at number of white men for service in her home in Due West, South Caro the regiments now in the Philippine una. nev. jucnois lias made many Islands. These men will be sent di friends while here, and all extend rect to San Francisco from Lexington, leaatiest congratulations. The couple ind from there to Manila. This will will return to Paint Lick, and our make a fine trip for able bodied men people will extend to them a most unmarried, and not over 35 years of cordial reception. age. It will be a chance to see the world, and possibly make a trip entirely 'round it. Persons desiring to enlist should apply at once to the re cruiting oftlcer in Lexington, in order W. II. Furr bought a load of corn to be in time. may from Roy Lawson, Jr., for $1.50 per barrel. Notice to Trustees. Under instructions from the State James Naylor sold ten hogs to Mc Carley & Lawson, for $3.35 per hun Superintendent two Trustees were elected in each School District in dred pounds. There was preaching at Good nope Garrard County last October; the one on Saturday at 2 p. m. and Sunday at receiving the greatest number of votes 11 o'clock, by the pastor, Rev. A. J to qualify as the regular trustees on July l 18'j9, ana tne one receiving Pike. next to the greatest number, to qual John A. Gibson and family visited ify at once to nil a vacancy supposed at Henry Morgan's, near Richmond to be then existing. Since that elecr last weoK,,,,ijrs, UJouse returned tion the Court of Appeals has decided from Scaffold Cane, Saturday, where that there was no vacancy at that time, but that the old Trustees hold sne nas noon spending a few weeks over one year longer, Honco, the man with her daughter, Miss Annie Clouse, receiving next to the greatest vote miss uaine Graves spent last qualified through mistake and was, in week with her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Dol reality, never a Trustee. Therefore. th onp who received the GREATEST llns. . . .C. M.Furr returned home from NUMBER OF VOTES at the October Williamsburg, where he has been at election will be recognized by me as tending school. . . .Rev. A. J. Pike and the leeal Trustee for the ensuing term little son, McCreary, Mr. John Holtz and he will accordingly qualify some time during twe monu. oi J une. claw and Rev. J. P. Bryant, spent 3t Elisa J. Lush. Co. Supt sunaayat w. H. Furr's....Mr. G. W THE mmST OF THKM ALL 11 bpangier andcharminlittle dautrh ter, Bessie, of Crab Orchard, spent aunaay ana Sunday night atW. H Ky., May 31. The Franks murder continues to be the is the only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no leading- topic of discussion in every part mercury, potash, arsenic, or any other mineral or chemical. fails to of the county. Sam Tapp lias not yet cure Cancer, Eczema, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious It never Polsoa, Blood been arrested, but it was expected be Tetter, Boils, Carbuncles, Sores, etc. Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. will be in the morning-An order was made by the county iu'.lire to send the prisoners to Lexington till all danger of mob violence had passed, but smallpox in the Lexing-tojail changed the programme, and they are The great remedy tor nervous prostration and all diseases of the generative now ordered to Covington. Elmer Oftraescf cither ox, such as Nervous Prostration. Failing or Lost Manhood. V? Impoieiicy. JIHrMly Emissions, Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, excessive use Franks was buried at the Mt. Zicn cemetery Wednesday. Public senti- 1CTCQ Sold at $i.OO per box. Tra Kuarautee to cure or refund tho money. RrlCn Uii.lU. 85 ordertor 35.00. UK. MOTT'S CHEIMCAL. CO., Cleveland, Ohio. cuoses r. ment about Sherman is still very and it may be necessary to take steps to protect the property of Sam Tapp. DUcnvrred in a Dyluj? Condition. Middlksboko. Ky., May U7. Mrs. D. M. Sampson, wife of a shoemaker, has just been discovered in a dying condition in her house where, on Saturdav last, her husband knocked her down 1" with his hammer, stamped her violentUJ HI ly, and further tortured her by jabbing awls into her face. lie then fled, leav33 2C ing the helpless woman to be without food or attention until she was found Friday. en r!- to . S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD iTH AND VITALITY bit-to- McRoberts' Drug Store. A BOO TO MANKIND TABLER'8 BUCKEYE PILE h2 Ilaiucoputhlo &o Isty. 2z 5W Preachersvilie Lkxixotox, Ky., May "27. The fourteenth annual session of the Kentucky State Homeopathic Medical s.ciety adjourned Thursday to meet in Pari next May. The following oflicers were elected for the ensuing- year: Dr. II. B. Kastleman, of Midway, president; Dr. J. T. Vansant, of Paris, vice president; Dr. J. W. Kirschbauro, of Danville, treasurer, and Dr. Fied E. Peck, of Augusta, secretary. CURE A New Discover for the Certain Cure of IN I'MKNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 Cents. 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUiS. MIL JaMES F. EALURD, 5oi3 Proprislcr, r oniinencement at GetbsemanL Getiisejiam, Ky., May 29. The commencement exercises of Gcthsemani college will take place on Wednesday, June 14, commencing at 11 o'clock a. A choice literary and musical m. programme will be presented. The abbott of the Abbey of Gethsemani will preside. Acquitted a Second Time. Paistsville, Ky., May 30. Paris Walter, who has been on trial a week for the alleged killing of Lindsay Conlay two years ago, was Saturday acquitted and discharged. In his examining trial he was discharged. afteiward indicted and. tried, resulting in a hung jury. Smallpox I'ostpones Conrt Sesnion. May 28. The Lex Lexixgtox. ington board of health recommends that there be no circuit court held here in June, owing to smallpox at the county jail. The prisoners now in jail will be quarantined on the pesthousc farm for 30 daj's and the jail will be fumigated each week. K-., ST01i3IES DRUG STORE. WIOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS c?-- & . They overcome "Weakness, irregularity and omissions, increase vig- or and banish "pains They are "LiLFE SAVERS" to girls at of menstruation. aiding development of orjrans and body. No womanhood, known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life l T V AT 111 1.1 n by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CIIEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. rii irw McRoberts' Drug Store. NEW LIVERY. knights or mmA$ Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst t I have purchased the "VYal of Pythias, meets every Friday-nighker stable and am prepared in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-ilin- g to furnish the Knights are fraternally invit lt Vey Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Com niorcial Travelers. cd. Ed Bishop, C. C. J. S. Haseldex. K.R.& S THE 31. Prof, Reuben Field, the mathematician, h,as prophesied that Owingsyille and Mt, Sterling will be destrpv ed by a tornado, on Sunday, June 4.. There is uneasU ness among the lower classes. Tornado Predicted. Owixgsvili.e, Ky., May RICE BENGE L CAPITAL ) )IOO,000.00 ) BANK J SURPLUS. zo, 0O.M. W. H; HOSHAL & CO., OJr Commission Merchants, Flatwood. The Qldest Mason, PovEit. Ky., May 30, James McDon LANCASTER, KY. f. aid, the oldest mason residing here, was buried Sunday. lie was 77 years of age and was born in St. Catherines, Can. Cattl8,Hogs,She8p UNION STOCK YARDS, HAl A. R.Dxmkt. Presides!. nformation rcgardiuglivestockclicer ies rccciycd in his mill, A buhrin tho fully furnished. Consign your stock dimill burst and a piece of the stono rect to us. Thonc HHG struck hint $n tfle breast, inflicting injuries. prank Acid by Mistake. Fatally Hurt by a llursting llnttr, rADUCAii. Ky.. May 27. J, Ai Cope, a merchant and mill man of Glade, Marshall cpunty, is dying from injur- - - - CINCINNATI, O. Jno. K. Stormks. Vice President. Wm. H. Kimn aixd, Caahler. 3. C. Dinht, Assistant CasVi. R. T. Exbsy Asa't 3. y. Robinson. Jk, r W S. BEAZLEY. DIRECTORS Ky., May 3T. Eugene FAIKTSYIW-k- , Mcadp, who was slashed a few days Teeth p.xtr-tctewithout pain with Vitalized Air. Oillce In ago. died Thursday from the effects of a dose of carbolic acid, administered the New Thompson Building. DENTIST Jas Spllinan, Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson.. Jno. K Storiaet. Sam 1. D.Cochran, through a mistake. SInrpby Confessed. - Greensbuieo, Ky., May 27. George Murphy, who arrived here Thursday from Louisville, has confessed that he broke into the Adams Express compa ny's office and stole 51,038, of which SI, 000 was in silver. He was held over to the grand jury. Frankfort Hanks I 1 Central Covington Stock Yards Covington, Kentucky Are located so as to offar special inducements tp the shippers South of the Ohio River in saving-extra Furr's. bakkfoht, Ky., May.27.TAll of the banks of this city were fined S125 each, lne' DIGEST YOUR 'OOD. Ninety per cent, of all sickness Is caased b food not belacr orooerlr di treated, it cmtu ml sobs and (roes into your blood and then yon are liable Io almost any disease the tinman system Is heir tp. JJa Dr. Carlstedfs German Llrer VTtpm'9 tfil a4 Sp?t9 Gum B, BalMifi Cwrtf f9f VrlfrPIVIIf HcBoperta. Thursday, in 'th city court for failing to pay their annual city license on April l,,as required by ordinance. Contains a eonpMf asm! 1b every Etrtrkca With Heart DUeuse, Targe quantity or useful la addltloaio a PAducau, Ky., May 2f. ftcy. Petei and entertaining nadlng matter. Melyin, a distinguished Baptist minis mterrn. gjljfsaWawW If ww ter of, western, Kentucky, was stricken It should b in every household. Sub- with b,e&rt disease at his home 'in Livscription, tS.eq per year. Agents wanted if) 'every town, to whom $agsto$e county, He is SO years of age the boh liberal lActoenUympgcrt and. many years ago was prominent ia. f. B. Uifpfui'i fWAirr,ttlifrt,. fldawtry at NasavilUTenat nam-bcr, - nONTrlLYJlACAZINB cal buyers there will be Easters and Foreign 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-t- expense and time. In addition to the lo- o you. f Central Covington Stock Yards Co. to consinmen,Ui. Commission firms will give prompt attention ,A tt