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Entered at the Pott Ofice in Laneatter, Ky., at Second Clou Matter " - NUMBER 8 LOUIS LAND RAM, Published 23m!rr!Tr!Tf!!r!TfiTrm ftmml nVfhf) sMUtr ASUS: LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 8, AAA BAA Sntnft Ammn BAA AAA AAA AAAVAAA AAA AAA AAAA 1899. I ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. See the lovely Lawns A Parasols in all shades See at Joseph 's 'i I V Handsome Fans Joseph's at Joseph's Tne cooking Bangegoes July 4th it at Joseph's. Fancy and Handsome Madras Stripe Ginghams Joseph'sX Vt Democratic county convention Sat urday, June 17th. I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at 81.00 cash. R. L. Elkin. m25tf Pretty line of Slippers at Joseph's, A big crowd from hereabouts the circus at Danville. 6I0IS FOR THE Buckeye Churns are War- anted. Call and examine theni. J. R. HASELDEN. Pretty Hosiery at Joseph'sJ The K. P's will decorate the graves of their departed brethren Sunday See our pretty Crepons. Joseph. Beautiful Dimities at Joseph's week, the 18th Prettiest Piques ever brought to We will pay 10 cents per dozen for Swimming in Dix river is fine now, Lancaster, at Joseph's and the boys go almost every day. Eggs in goods. R. L. Jennings & Co, Joe Petty was again made night Paint Lick. Remember the Ladies Fair Assocla Plants! Plants! tion at Richmond tomorrow and Sat policeman by the Council Monday night. Good. Late Cabbage Plants 20cts per hun urday. dred. Geo. Smith Jr. Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay The sidewalk ordinance is being The ladies of the Baptist church sold and delivered anywhere in town complied with now. and many new byG.S. Gaines have been requested to meet the pas pavements are being put down. ., tor, at the church, Friday afternoon at money to .Loan. 3 o'clock. All members are requested Mattings and remnants of Carpet, On good real estate. For particu to be present. Very low to close out. tf. R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick. lars apply at The Record office, See that nice bed room suit. Bed presser, French over six feet Building Lots. I will be in my office Thursday, beveled glass, high, 20x24. All solid oak you want to buy a "nice Building Friday, Saturday of every week, and If for only $13.25 Lot I can sell you one from 1 to 4 acres on County Court day. R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick - T. Currky. ELI8A J. Lttsk Supt. cheap. Joseph's 4 at The Ladies Aid Socieey will meet The Ladies Fair at Richmond towith Mrs. J. C. Hemphill Saturday morrow and Saturday will be the event of the season. afternoon at 2:30. We handle the best buinder twine New line belt buckles and fancy the Plymouth.-- Price guaranteed R. L. Jennings & Co. Paint Lick. xhompson tne Jeweler. The usual crowd of loafing boys have located in the Park, there to Liberal Reward. lounge 'til cold weather. We will pay a liberal price for a Can't Make It. copy of TnE Record of date January A big majority of the merchants 6th. We need this paper like the fel want to close at 7 o'clock during these low in Texas wanted the pistol. hot days, but a few will not catch step to the music. Closes Bewe. The Pilgrimage Distillery has closed The good people of Madison are nev er so happy as when entertaining their down for the summer. This house friends. Go to the Ladies Fair to the cleanest and best managed we ev morrow and Saturday, and if you are er saw, and we visited a great number not delighted with the trip, we will while in the revenue service. HOT WEATHER AT The Best or the Market. Please Be Heady. ,. N Hoosier Corn Planters, Brown Cul I will be in Lancaster June 15th, to tivators, Johnston Roller, Barring Disc collect my outstanding accounts. Will expect a settlement from all who owe Harrows, Deering Blndersand Mow ers. G. S. Gaines. Mrs Moody Harden. me. No Meeting- - Yet. lf Katea to Batmlo.NewYork, As Dr. Lapsley McKee will be other Via the Oueen & Crescent. June 12 and 13, with liberal return limits, ac- wise engaged, the meeting at the count Imperial Council Mystic Shrine. Presbyterian church will not be held for some time yet. Due notice will be Ask agent for particulars. W. C. given when it is decided to begin. Gen'l Passenger Agent. Time Drawing Nigh. BEAZLEY& BAUGHMAN. Its Too Hot. Only a short time until July 4th, the The fellows who grumbled all win ter about cold weather are now kick- time set to give away the big cooking FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ing equally as hard over the heat. Get range at Joseph's. This range has at off the earth, if you are not satisfied tracted much attention. Come inves ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMwith it. There's no law compelling tigate. You may getit. See it in our window. J. Joseph. you to stay here. BALMING a SPECIALTY. Base Ball. Literary Note. boys' base ball team came The for June &c. McClure's Magazine Mr. Kipling down little Richmond Saturday and Carpets, from contains a short story by that derives a special interest from played a splendid game with the the fact that it seems to be reminis Lancaster7nine, the latter winning by cent of Mr. Kipling's own youthful a score of to 5. The Richmond boys W. McC JOHNSTON, JOHN T. JOHNSTON beginnings as a writer and editor. It were perfect gentlemen and showed by will be very fully illustrated by the their conduct they had been trained JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON up in the way they should go. English artist L. Raven-Hil- l. Good Record. Judge Myers On the Bene. Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, Passenger train No. 4 on the C. and Burnside, who has been Judge R. A. O., which leaves Lexington at 11:30 a, LANCASTER, KY. ill for some time, has gone to Dripping m. arri vtd at Washi ngton Ci ty every day Springs to stay a couple of weeks hop exactly on time. If the ing to improve in health. During his last month behind time it J.E.ROBINRON JNO.T.HaYS. J.I.IUXILTON. absence Squire Ike N. Myers will warm train runs five minutes Congress woolsack on the Judge's bench. misses connection with the the certainly treat every ional Limited bettween Washington Hays, Hamilton & Robinson, Judge Myers will Consequently, the one fairly and if a fellow is guilty lie and "New York. importance of good time on the C. and Attorneys and Counselers at Law will not slip through the lingers of n. is anDarent. This record has never justice while clever Ike is on the been beaten. LANCASTER, KY. bench. One-Ha- Furnitures Lancasier, Ky. BARGAINS IN Ladies and Misses Slippers. -- i Ab " 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. 75 pairs of odds and ends in lie Logan & Eolinson. pay your expenses. Mack Good Bone. CommuHlon Services. To Trustees. Fifteen new names were added to The It is very important that school will beSacrament of the Lord's supper the rolls of the Lancaster Christian celebrated at the Presbyterian church during the recent revival. In trustees come in and qualify at once, church Sunday, the 18th. The usual The limit of time expires in a few days, preliminary addition to this, much interest was services will be held on and I am compelled by law to. appoint awakened among the members. the Friday and Saturday nights pre others. Elisa J. Lusk. vious. Lancaster's Crack Team. Notice. A crowd of Lancaster boys went to Not having the time to collect them Fair at Richmond. Stanford the other day, each bearing I have left my accounts in the hands The fair to be held at Richmond in his bosom the beleif that he could of E. Brown for collection. All those Friday and Saturday, of this week, play ball. The Stanford boys kept indebted will please call at his office. promises to eclipse anything tab until they were 150, more or less the Police Court room and settle at Kina ever held In Kentucky of the It is ahead of the Lancaster agretration once and save cost. W. H. Lackey, given under the auspices of the Boones- then quit counting. Our boys should 4t. by E. Brown, agent. borough Chapter, Daughters of the practice once or twice before trying to American Revolution, and the good Bemocratte Speaking. play another team. Hon. P. Wat Hardin will address ladies are working with might and A Paint Uclc Enterprise. mam to have every appointment com Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by the citizens of Garrard at the Court plete. Mrs. S. G, H. Chenanlt is ores House next Saturday, the 10th, at two Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting p. m. He will also speak at ident, Minerva Park Phelps, secreta with ready sale every where. Persons o'clock Paint Lick depot that night at 7; 30 ry, Margaret Chenault, treasurer, and who have used it say it's a marked Everybody invited. Do not make your tne following the success and a sure cure for Fistula verdict until you have heard all the Mesdames Thos. Phelps, J. W. Caper-toPolevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge Edward Shelby and Howard ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on testimony. Neal. There are good premiums ofThey are a Nlasance, written guarantee, and money re fered for stock and much attention A covey of little negroes lounge given to needle work, art. and domes 3 funded if not as represented, about the Public Square all day, keep tic manufactures. A good' band will Hold, Hold, Hansford. up a racket and make themselves a be in attendance and two more pleas- The Somerset Paragon says Lancas general niusance. If some poor devil uuu uays couia not oe spent than at ter is claiming Miss Sadie Baughman should get drunk and make h this fair. Garrard county people can winner of the first prize in the girls as much noise as do these boys, he leave 3 o'clock a. m., have the here contest during the recent school Tour would be made to break .enough rock entire day at our in beautiful sister city, nament in that city. Beg pardon to cover the Public Square. and return at midnight. Brer Hansford, we do not care to pil County Convention. fer any of Richmond's honor, notwith Water Works. A mass Convention of the Democrat standing the fact the pretty little Miss The prospects are favorable for hav Baughman was born in Lancaster and ic voters of Garrard county is hereby ing plenty of water to guard against lived here until a few years ago. But cal'ed to be held at the Court nouse in we do claim that Lancaster's little Lancaster, on Saturday. June 17, 1899, fire, reduce insurance, improve the entry, Miss Edna Mason, at 2 o'clock, p.m., to select six dele sanitary condition of the city and won the second prize over many others gates to the convention to be held at make home more pleasant in many Louisville, June 21st to nominate ways. The City Board of Council, at who were much older than she. Democratic candidates for State offi its regular meeting Monday nteht. agreed to advertise for bids for a After Eu All. cers. G. T. Farris. Ch'm franchise to establish water-workThe Richmond Register says "The It Two Mighty Good Men. is estimated that forty plugs should city Council at its recent meeting pas We asked Judge Hughes if he would be used by the town, at a cost of $50 sed the following ordinance, which is a good: Be it ordained by the City not submit to the many requests being each, or $2,000 per year. It is also Conncil of Richmond, Ky., that sec made for him to run for the legisla claimed that 25 cents on each ainn nf tion 1, page 44 of city ordinances be ture, and he said, he certainly would taxable property, will raise amended so as to read: That any street not be a candidate. There is a strong amount, and the rate of taxation will walker, or able bodied man or woman feeling for Capt. Ike Dunn to run, and not then be beyond the limit. Manv who is caught loitering within the his host of friends would certainly see taxpayers nave petitioned the board to city limits and is unable to show any him through safely is he were to con take action in this direction, and the proper means of support, or that said elude to shy his castor into the ring. many advantages to be derived have person is engaged in the discharge of Mors Recruits WWated the Phlliplnes caused the majority of the people to legitmate business, shall be arrested The Recuting officer in Lexington favor the move. If we get the South by the city officers and upon convic has just received instruction from the era railroad and have water-workour tion shall be fined not less than five, War Department to enlist a number city win be the end of a division and permanent growth and prosperity is nor more than fifty dollars". of white men for Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery services in the Philip assured. Miss Arnold Improving. Mr. Jno. M. Higginbotham returned pines. These men will be sent to San THE CITY COVNCIIm Friday from Guthrie, Oaklohma, Francisco at once to connect with where he went to see his niece, Miss Steam ship sailing the latter part of Holds am Important Meetlnr Man. Arnold, who was shot by a burly brute this month. Now is the chance for day Nlshu and Transacts a you to make a trip around the world of an officer.. He says the girl was Lot ofBasInes shot through and through near left This opportunity will only last a few shoulder blade. Notwithstanding the days and men wanting to join should Mayor Kinnaird called to order the severe shockj she has stood the suf- apply at the Recruting offices in Lex ington Ky. or in Ashland Ky. or in regular June meeting of the City fering remarkable well. She is rapid" council at 8 o'clock Monday evening. ly gaining strength and Mr. H. tells Somerset Ky. at once. After a lot of minor matters had been Important Masonic Meeting. us she will fully recover in a short disposed time. The fellow who did the shootThe meeting of the Masonic lodge to look of, the committee appointed ing is an illiterate man, and is hardly next Monday night will be a very im reportedinto the water works question that they could do nothing responsible. At the examining trial, portantone, and all brothers are urged without first knowing what the sys he was held to the circuit court. The to be present. Several petitions are cost. The question was feeling against him is intense and he to be voted on and other matters of tem would discussed at length, and it was sug would certainly been roughly dealt equal importance to be attended to. gested to advertise in a leading paper with had not Mr. Arnold, and others The lodge room is the place to say crowd to wait yoursay, and if you do not come, dont in the east and get in correspondence relatives begged the comment upon what those present with several firms. The committee and let the law take its course. do. One member who attends regu can not, of course, make any report The Governor's Side. larly is wortn a nunarea who never unless they know somthing as to the Gov. Bradley, when asked about that come, ny tne way, at last meeting probable cost of the works, what terms summons to appear as a witness at it was determined that hereafter none can be secured, etc. Chattanooga and the fight made but affiliated Masons be permitted to e It was reported the against the Mountain City Club by enter. It has been allowed, as a prisoners were not locked up at night, am not courtesy, for many years, but is strict- and a committee was sent down to the ministers, said; "While I a drinking man am ox opinion mat ly airainst the law. Hereafter none investigate. They found them all it would be eminently unfair to refuse, BUT THOSE AFFILIATED CAN ENTER. safely behind the bars, save one whom in Chattanooga, the right to imbibe Mr. Bedge was working at his stable, Klectrie Una ta Lexington. after a certain hour to all ministers. which he had a perfect right to do. and leading busiThe project which Lexington capi Prominent officials Several parties asked to be released ness men of the place invited the Gov talists have on foot to connect that from building sidewalks, but ernor and his staff, on the night of city with all the surrounding towns by Council refused, saying it would the not May 3, to witness the parade, attend means of an electric trolley line is not to compel some to build and masked ball, and a few were in. Meeting with universal approval by be right the ' va- excuse others. vlted to the club house. In recogni- any means. The merchants of the courtesy the invitations rious towns are oiposed to it almost Romans and Capt. Herndon Mr. tion of the to a unit, for they claim that it will said they knew of a Iraa that wanted were accepted, not knowing tbat-ntrade, diverting it all to to locate a factory here for the maklaw was being violated or for a min- ruhTtheir ute supposing that leading citizens Lexington. The opinion seems to ing of rubber tires, and wanted to oper- know If are had wate-ik- e general lo would invite a violation. While, at prevail that with such a road In only two persons enter ation the towns so connected would cation, etc; The attorney was ordered the club bouse All the to confer-witthe secretary of the ed. One, with an oath, called for. a soon die a commercial death. nan, stores would be forced to quit, and. Commercial Club and answer the cigar; the other, a stagnate firm's inquiries. took a whisky straight, much to tne business would be otherwise 'can learn disgust of our party, who had content ed. From what the Journal strong By a vote of 5 to 1 it was decided to ed themselves with plain lemonade. the promoters will encounter retain Joe Petty as night watchman. did not know at the time that opposition when it ted tnitel deter We mined to begin corotrncuon.sssfr was a gentle either erf these Looal on Pagft 3. mJW Journal. n, ap-1one-tents. s, work-hous- LOW PRICES. Lawns at 3,4,5,7,8, lOcts Nice line of Dimities AND Organdies. that SUMMER CORSETS 25, 35 & 50cts. Ladies & Gents SUMMER UNDER wEAR SPECIAL VALUES IN Shoes ani Slippers. l Slippers at 49, 79 and 98cts. One lot Ladies Shoes 79cts To Close. y LOGAN DRYGOODS h j Ion COMPANY '5 -- ' CENTRAL RECORD Katare bercelf Ud in the earls, "gktb 3 of Bpriair. blokeiiforth trees and flowtft Cat islag Merlon, Vn. The pipe is made the despondent clionl.to vibrate to Uii , the springtime atid h'ow do most delightful SVECT WEEK BY of silver and gold and ornamented yon feel? HaVc'of alt,lkat-tre-d sfrnky feeling-you and with three diamonds. We wouldn't the forerunner of Chills, Miliaria this T yphoid XO CIS LA.XDHAH. Publisher. "Mrarnlng' Fever? If so, yott must not pass give three whiffs from our old Garrard as it is an indication of sickness; avoid this; KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, us as our advice nothinc. ten-acr- e full like consult yonr druggist Arid 'costs you bottle of lot county cob for a procure a Call on Dr. Carlstedt's .German Liver Powder. Take it. ! one dose a'day at bed time for six days; than. YFAK. IN APVAiJCi. ..tl.M follow by procuring- a bottle of Yucatan Chill .. M " iOKtt MONTU8. following- the directions and after two I Tonic . .25 Iirnve Me" 1'all. I weeks course of these two Treat remedies, yon like the flowers look, and kidney will feel yourself for the malarialin the spring. Victims to stomach,liver or hot season Prepare germs. If atmosphere is troubles as well as women, and all fee when the and when yonr full of warns yon, system THURSDAY, June - 8, - 1809 the result in loss of appetite, poisonsin necessary above. These Remedies in stock repeat tne the blood, backache nervousness, hcad-achean- d and sold by ? 11 2! HXS NATURE WARNED. YOU ? Lowell, Quite a number from here attended the Childrcns day at Cartersvillo Sun day. All report a pleasant time. Mr. Sam Davis is in Corbin-a- t work. Alias Minnie Spratt is the guest of 9W ,'? N i m !j if eVJ imt m' w its szwitig Ma Lm 5r3 ' A I If & : We had something to say recently nlMut "Sundav Onlv'' religion. There is also another form of mockery al Meet ma-ias bad, and it is the i.i''kind. Let a protracted meeting be held and the same ones who have "confessed" on every similar occasion for the past forty years will rush to the front to have patched the rents in his pants, caused from "backslid Innr know some fellows who have had such patching done until it looks like thay had a wire bustle in their breeches. It is a solemn fact that whenever there is n revival in a neighborhood, money is apt to be sent to the conscience fund of the United States Treasury. It is a standing joke in the conscience fund department that whenever remittances' be gin to come from a certain communi ty it is proof that a his revival is in We wouldn't eive one of quiet, unassuming, the g christians for all the meeting mouse-tracprotracted fraudsyou could crowd between the four points of the compass. . bible-readin- tired, listess, run down feeling But there's no need to feel like that. Listen to.T. W. Gardner, Idaville Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down, and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than I could take. I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life." Only 5) cents at II, E. McRoberts Drug Store. Every bottle guaranteed, lni g It E Miiltohcrts. GOOD LETTER From Rev. If. 31. Hill, Now Pantor of 31alu Street Mctliodlat Clmreli, pniiirret, Ky. We feel so thankful for the splendid impression and the eminent success made by the representatives of Lancaster Graded" School during the Tournament here last week, that we cannot rciIst the temptation to write you. We will give you a list of those who won prizes, viz: Olivia Sweeney, Mary Thompson, Edna Mason, Willie West, Marshall Denny, The last name Tames Anderson. mentioned won four prizes, The visitors from all the schools went from the depot to the Main street Methodist church, from which they were assigned their Homes, There was a large delegation from Lancaster, and we arc glad to say they made a good impression. We have heard many kind words concerning the pupils and their teachers. They came for something, labored hard, acquitted themselves well, and crowned Lancaster with glory. It was our. esteemed privilege to have Profs. Patterson and Postleas our guests. We rejoiced when Prof. Postle's services as a teacher were secured by the Trustees of your school, lie is certainly a good man for the position he occupies. We had nevei met Prof. Patterson before: had heard the Superintendent of our Graded School speak very favorably of him, and his qualifications as a teacher,and as a man of affairs read the many good things The Record has said of we expected him and his to see a man a scholar a christian, and our expectations were fully met. Quite a number of Somerset's leading citizens, as well as many visitors from the different schools, were heard to make such statements as the following: "I just like to look at Prof. Patterson, of Lancaster, did you ever see a man so enthusiastic for the success of his pupils," &c. Xo teachers could Dkak Hecoud: been kicked up over the army canteen. If abolition of the canteen would stop drinking among the enlisted men, army ofllcers would be unanimous in favor of stopping the sale of drink at Government posts. The practical dilllculty is that the abolition of the canteen does not stop the sale of drinks. It drives the men to other places to drink. Drink ing beer under proper supervision in canteens may be a serious evil, but drinking whisky from bottles and at disreputable saloons near posts is a bigger nuisance from a military stand point. So far as the recent canteen law, it was unquestionably weak. It did not accomplish what it intended. v. great hurrah has A Washington dispatch to a New York paper says that a relative of Ad miral Dawey has assured the promoters of tho subscription that the Admiral will accept the proposed gift or a home. If the hero does accept the money, it will lower him in many people's estimation. He is wealthy, to begin with, beside will have a handsome salary when he is retired from active duty. Tiiuhe military companies are on duty in Clay county, this state, preserving order for a term of court. The best plan would be to let the members of the feud kill out each other, then the oilicers would have no trouble in preserving order. Spain has ceded a big groupe of islands to German'. The latter has been legging for Spain all along, and her hostile feeling toward Uncle Sam was manifested several times. Had it not been for Dewey's grit, we believe the German ships would have taken a shot or so at our men in Manila Bay. Hi Ei M c ROBERTS. JLIJLLARD & ILTWXlL,LIiJ, KY. Paint IU-Hot Front the Gun. Was the ball that hitG. B. Steadman of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. It caused horible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 20 years. Then Buck-len'- s Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons, Hot, Hotter, Hottest. Corns, Skin' Eruptions, Best Pile cure We think that "Sol" has turned on earth. '2'm a box. Cure guaranteed. Down at Louisville the other day, Sold by It. E. McRoberts Druggist. over some of the rocks on "Sweet water-' are so hot we have to turn them over before we can sit down. Mr. Editor, we asked you if you liked fish? and you remain mum as an oyster. We might set 'em up if you like 'em. Anything in the eating line hits us in a tender spot Ed. Erasmus Allen, and Henny Shrop Celery shire returned from Lexington Sunday. They report seven horses stolen in the neighborhood of Camp Nelson, Saturday night. Mighty hot weather for people to steal. Levy Clark, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Clark, fell down stairs Gives Saturday evening and broke her collar bone. She suffered intensely. Dr. Anion dressed the injury and she is resting quietly. Mrs. Rebecca Scott, of Jessamine, died Saturday. After funeral services by Rev. J. I. Wills, of Harrodsburg, she was buried in Mt. Hebron CemeBest spring medicine. Low tery Sunday afternoon. We believe It makes the weak strong. her spirit went where the spirits of We sell and recommend it. all consecrated christians go. She was a faithful wife, fond mother and kind neighbor. SI e spent most of her time since her husband's death, like her Saviour. She went about doing good, especially among children. Mrs. John Onstott and Miss Sallie Barker visited Mrs. Margaret Stone, Monday, who remains quite ill John Murphy, of Clear Water,Kansas, is among his old friends here. He CAN SELL YOTJ will remain until fall. Best of all, he is an honost man, which some one has said is the noblest work of God. When he left Kentucky several years ago, he was considerably in debt, lie has been successful in the sun flower state, and is now settling some old debts. He, we think, is one in ten thousand who will do such a thing. have manifested greater interest in the welfare and tho success of their pupils than did the teachers of Lancaster. t I must congratulate dear old Garrard county on her noble and intelligent son's and daughter's. Lancaster on having such an excellent principal at tho head of the Graded School-a- lso Doubthis splendid less the Trustess deserve special thanks. The- Centual Recokd should not be left out by any means. If the citizens of Lancaster don't; appreciate their school and TueRkc-ou- d it is because they don't know what good things aro when thoy hay them. But wo venture to say that those who aro Interested In Lancaster Lambs for 5 to do appreciate them. Dear old Lancaster! I rejoice with Meadows are very good. you in all cf your successes, and pray Hogs aro selling here for 34c. that our Heavenly Father may conTho wheat crop here will be high. tinue to favor you with His, richest Wo are having some real hot weathblessings. My heart warms and beats with gratitude when I think of how er at this time. "Will Elmore bought 2 hogs from nobly the citizens of Garrard stood by me during my efforts to build up the Wm. C. Ilutchins for $10.50. cause of Christ. I shall never forget F. F. Cummins bought a horse from you. Cordially and thankfully yours, Richard Robinson for $.'52.50. P. M. Hiu,. Elmore & Gooch from this place has vr. gone to tho mountains to buy hog.?. A sallow, jaundiced skin is a sympJames Rogers sold a worl: horse tom of disordered liver, as it springs from biliary poisons retained in the this week to Geo. Anderson for 50. Mr, E. C, Walton was here Saturbood, which dostroys energy , cheerfulness, strength, vigor, happiness and day getting Subscribers for the Interlife. IIEIIBINE will restore the ior Journal. natural functions of the liver. Price Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff of So cts 0. C. & J. E, Stormes. Troy, Mo., says if everyone in the United States should discover the vir tue of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for piles, rectal troubles and skin diseases, Sweeney Morgan bought of W 11. the demand could not be supplied, lm Stormes Drug Store. Brown a bunch of hogs. Dr. Acton and wife, of Lancaster, The Methodist Sunday School will and Master Carl, spent Sundav after- have their Childrens day the :$rd Sunnoon with relatives at Sweeney day in tliis month Bro. Kuykendall Mrs. Allen Traylor and little daugh- from the Fork has commenced a ter and Miss Mary Ashlock, of Lincoln protracted meeting at the Baptist visited relatives in this vicinity Fri- church here..., W. P. Lawrence and day, and attended the school enter- wife of Kirksville ha? been visiting tainment at Beazley's school house W.T. B. Whites for the last few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Hiatt, of Mount Mr- - and Mrs. Moses Elmore of StanVernon, spent several days with rela- ford, visited J. B. Ilutchins and wife tives at Sweeney. . . .Your correspond- Sunday J. F. Payne and wife and ent closed a very successful term of mother, visited relatives at Rowland school at Beazley's school house Fri- Sunday Borned to the wife of J. 11. day afternoon. The large crowd in Thompson on Sunday June 4th a line attendance were delightfully enter- girl, all doing well except Jim Miss tained by the pupils with music and Manda Slier gob Hni3 in her eyar Monrecitations. day which is giving her much pain. De Witt's Little Early Risers acts as There is a time for all things The a faultless pill should cleansing and time to take DeWitt's Little Early reviving the sj'stem instead of weak- Risers is when you are suffering from ening. They are mild and sure, small constipation, biliousness, and pleasant to take, and entirely free indigestion or other stomach or from objectionable drugs. They assist liver troubles. Stormes Drug Store. rather than compet. lm Stormes Drug Store. lm - Henderson Dr. and Mrs. Ramsey have returned home from a visit tn their daughter, Mr.-- . Frank, at Burksville....Mrs. Annie Davis is spending the week at Oil Well. . . .Dr. Dean, of Nicholasville, is visiting his uncle. Dr. Mays. The Ladies Aid Society, of Mt. Tabor church, will give a supper at the church Thursday night June 15th, for the benetit of the church. All are cordially invited to attend. If the predisposition to worms in children is not cured they may become emaciated, weakly and in danger of convulsions. WHITE'S C R E A M VERMIFUGE is the most successful and popular remedy. Price 25 con s C. C. & J..E. Stormes. 11. her cousin Miss Fannie Spratt this' A'" week.... Mr. Jas. Douglas and family, hL or Jeilico Tenn., aro visiting at Mr. J. !y Thic if lll.ti. lm ,... uifbu-uat- .!.... u.iucry ' j....... .0 "uiu uecn recently equipped witn u ....... m uc'iiirai Ky., waving - , X jjr The SrSavelos Anastimoa Xjqysqs The, new discovery in optical science. St 2 that I wish tofiav to thy Ladies .fcVt? j Th.es3 Lonses FL4TTF;H. in .Mou? Just received a Large Stock of thy Very Latent de;i-nPatterns never sold in this locality before, have to be senn - be appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simpkwt PhMtograj.h to the most Elaborate Paintings, anion;,' "the lot is th :'e,v Froivh "FLEUR-DE-LIMouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, S Embroidered Mats, French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame. When in Danville, call and see us and get our prices. We will save you money. 121 Third Street, Opposite Post Oiiice. s ' J Rotary Kotlon anil Ball Bearings Prsachersirille. No More Shakes. TRY Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic THE GUARANTEED CVP.E. A i'iislilfu! r.lumJcr Will often cause a horrible Burn, Scald, C ut or Bruise. Bucklen's A mi 9 ca Salve, the best in the world, will kill the pain and promptly h?al it Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers B ills, Felons. Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Be.st Pile Cure on eanli. Onlv jets, a box. Cure ''uarantet'd. Sold 5 by It. E. McRobert?, Druggist, lm zvlr For sale by $f Eaty Kentucky. y j T Don't Take a Worthless Substitute. Insist on YU0A7AN. PRICE. EGC. W R E McKoberts. Paint !Lsc!k; Tobacco is looking well. The corn crop is lookin exceeding- ly well since the rain. The supper at Fair View church v.:.s greatly enjoyed and $42.25 was realized. Sweeney! e, Judscn. Flatwood, See our Paine's Beautiful Line OP Compound Wall Paper NEW DESIGNS Prices Strength. Best Quality. Fox bought four mules from Wm. Lear for 145. Pal Rogers and Milton Grayson traded horses last week. Mr. James Bell bought three shoats from Mrs. Sarah Hammack for S5.50. Mr. E. II. Walker and C. W. Graves finished weighing up their large crop of tobacco last weak. Mr. John Merryman and Mr. Fado Parks traded horses lass week. Mr. Parks gave $4.50 difference. J. C. Fox bought eight sheep from Price Bros., for 3o; also some sheep from the Thompson Bros, for 3c to 3Jc Dave Wlllburn and Will Kennedy, met in the road last week and exchanged a few shots. Neither one was hurt. Miss Lizzie Pettus' subscription school at Lawson school house was out last Friday. We hope she will get the free school. What you want is not temporary re lief from piles but a cure to stay cured, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles, and they stay cured, Stormes Drug Store. lm Mr. Lige Campbell and two Mr. Homey 's, of Clay county, 'brought in a flock of sheep and visited friends and relatives a few days... '.Mrs. Gibson and children spent Tuesday with Mrs. Bell. C. J. i W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa., says: "For forty years I have tried various Wall Tintings this Section. cough medicines, One Minute Cough Cure is best of all." It relieves instantly and cures all throat and lung troubles. Stormes Drug Store. lm , Cheapar than any Han 33 in Millions Gl veil Away. gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The prop) ctors of Dr. King'sew Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have EDUCATION given away over ten mi jl ion trial bot M '1) mm Is absolutely necessary fo the yonng tles of this great medicine; and have m mw man or young woman who would win the satisfaction of knowing it has abso-success in life. This being conceded of hopeless cases. t Is of first importance to get yonr training a the school that strands In the very front ran- k- lutly cured thousandsnoarsness and all Asthma, Bronchitis THE BUY A NT & 8TRirT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE disease of the Throat, Chest .nd Lungs are sure cured by It. Call on R. E f OiOUISVILLE. KY. McRoberte Druggist, and get a free eciallf t In his line houses. Write for trial bottle. Regular size 50.e and $1. SHORTHAND OTiiriiifita nrt.nttvlno Every bottla guaranteed or rice re , iiiuuitui.uiuudiv.uui ui uyw us udiko 8WKH- -H win we mallea TELEUKAPHY. to you KKEffi. fuaded, It is certainly Stock was laid in before prices advanced. caristeffl's i German i- 1 M Diieiyccc "W ' I P liver Powder ( Cures INDIGESTION The entering wedge lot nearly all Diseases the' human system k hek to. The ladies of Mt. Tabor church will give a strawberry supper on the 15th. Admission 15 and 25 cents. All the livery stables are doing a big business and seem to be making money hand over list. There is talk of organizinga Knights of Pythias lodge here. There's abundance of good material hereabouts and a lino lodge could be made. It is thought the wheat crop will s in this secmake about tion. The prospects are much brighter than they were a month ago. 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 Sealls1. C. C. & .1. E. Price 25 and 50cts. J. B. Mir.LHu, Pastor Stormes FISE Our new streets are done and walkYou get up in the morning tired. ing is now a pleasure. We have the bad taste in t he inout hand a headache. SPRBl&FIELD best town in the state. Our merch- Know what's the nutter? Biliousness, and you can buy 'Jake DeWitt's Little Early Bisers. ants are FIEE MA.RIUE here the same articles you can get in They regulate the liver and cure con INSURANCE COMPANY. the big cities. We welcome all newistipation pleasantly and promptly. cornel's and extend the right hand of Never gripe. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO fellowship to all who come, provided lm Stormes Drug Store. they hustle. We don't let the grass OF XEW YORK. A Tti. sizs: i visa skisjion grow under our feet. Robinson & Hamilton Agts arp:ioIutI !y I2ov. A. I.. Gntlirtr, Pas-to- r of St. Andrew A. .11. V.. Office ovei PostOClce. Clmrch J'or :: Lancaster, : Kk.vtuckv KocK'ty ol nt . Most of our farmers arc throu. di setKy. ting out their tobacco. you Are Going North, The white top has formed a trust "Bo kindly affectioned one to anothand taken all the meadows. You Aro Going South, er with brotherly love; in honour one another. Not slothful in Rev. Echols, of Paint Lick, will You Are Going East, preach here on the third Sunday eve business fervent in spirit: serving the Lord." F.o n. xn, ning. You Are Going West; As an organized body of a lodge, Horses in this vicinity have been attacked with a very severe kind of known as the Benevolent Lodge, or PUXCHASC TICKETS VI THC the city of Lancaster, Ky., we meet distemper. on this blessed Lord's day to return Up as Estuay. Rod steer, Takkn humble thanks to our Heavenly Faweight about 500 pounds. Owner can ther for having spared our lives to have same by proving property and meet on this day to give thanks for paying costs. W. S. Fisu. protecting our order through another We have a very flattering prospect twelve months, and permitting lis to for a short wheat crop in this vicinity. prosper as we have this year. This Louisvmc Nashville R. R. Corn is looking very well, not with- wwyi; iiiymil.UU in A. U. ltM, IJ' standing a great deal had to be plant- Ilev. Hanson Crai;j, of the Kentucky AND BO SCCURB ed the second time. Conference A. M. E. church. The Be The Maximum Safety Since W J. Stone made his speech nevolent Society started out upon the at Lancaster, a good many voters .have great sea or ignorance soon after our The Maximum Speed, changed their minds, and the road up race was freed, and this society lias this way is getting rather stony for had its struggles to get solid otliciais The Maximum Comfort, Hardin and Goebel now. to stand at its head, but by the help Some of our citizens aro. going to or our kind Heavenly Father, today The Minimum Rates. make an effort to have a church built this society numbers one hundred is worth about three here. Something that every one in members, and nnd all the community ought to. take an in- thousand dollars. This shows to all beKnte. Timefurnished other Information win cheerfully by today that God has bjen with us and terest in. C. P. ATM ORE, o. p... our business is to try to return to the Since the Interior Journal has been 0rby Louisville. K. reduced to the low price of 81 pir year Lord thanks Tor Ins loving kindness. every body in the land ought to sub- But I am here to deliver a thanksgivORGANIZED 1883. scribe, for it was cheap enough at tho ing sermon as best I can. The text old price, and the best paper in tho says "Be kindly alfe'ctioncd one to NATIONAL BANK, another with brotherly love in honour state. pr.'fering one another, not slothful in J . OF LAJffJASTEK. ITT. Mrs. George Summa and little baby, budness, fervent in spirit, serving the Elizabeth, of Richmond', are 'visiting Lord." The first thought that im$50,000 relatives here: the little tot is. seven pressed my mind in this text is the Capital, months old and weighs eleven pound.-- , duty requjred at 'our hands toward one .Surplus Fund 10,000 it only weighed one pound and a half another. The second thought is to 1 ' when it was born. honor, wishing all to have the honour BUSINESS SOLICITED. We notice in the Interior Journal! above one's self. The third thought is to bo. active in business, let it be Jareral and Prompt Attention aaaraatd that the Lancaster cbrcspondent says nncojfenrv to nrofonL' temporal- or spiritual. .The fourth" slo?n nnd IIieqiiniOTBAX Prealdcn t,10lIht is to be solid in whatever ht Tf 5.,: we are engaged in. The LKWI8 Y. Lkavkll. m!.,11!1 . moo in uiu iiciBiiuumuuu uuau t'4 jUrui tnougnt is to.do the Lord's com- - 3. F. Hudson Cashier , he sleeps mandmcntsand yon will serve Him. live to be older than f.o. Rionkt Assistant Caah'j of his time and he hasn't i.D. Walkbr " A TIMELY HINT. Bookieepei done a'days work in twenty ycur , svYon shoald be wise and see that vonr hlnorf in rich and parand yonr whole system pnt la a three-fourth- are yut alive. .Tint alter returning from .1 unci ion City, where we he!d a series of meet-- f. inglor IS days, for I lev. II. B. BnUer which resulted in about 15 additions. 1 solicited the of v.". D. Knox, of Rock wood, rJVri;i., (o h.Id an eight sa iV 1 day meeting. Rev. hdd a good audience each niiit, notwithstanding we had many o;M.-- . !gaint us, Decor.:-tio- n BepresBiliiiiFollowiiiiCfliflpiBS day and entertainment at night, and two annual sermons, one on each Aetna, Sunday. But the Lord bleed us with Onceii, success. Rev. Knox hitrulurod a new I'ahtlims reature which took very well on SatXittioiiu?, urday night, the hen's nest supper , an "Rainbow booth post ofiice" enterDt levari', tainment. We realized $40.02. The numbers gave as follows: Rn.s. Jlihvsuikce, Geo. Moraii, .50: J. F. Owens .25: S. B. Conneucut, Schooler 25: Philop Dunn .25; Duvid Continental, McKoberts .25: Isaac Hayes .25: Win. (ileus Falls, Johnson 25; M. C. Wallace of Juncti(ierntan Ahum on City. Sisters Col lie Moore. .25: M. A. Harris, .25: Sarah Johnson, .25; Pheiux of Hrooliljn, Kizzia .McRoberts Jr. .25. Judie Harris Xew York UnilcnvriterK, .25. Committee, Medames W. B. Liverpool & London & Ololie. Anderson, C. Moore. E. Moran, and C. jN'orth Jiritisli & Jlertlisinlile Duncan Post Mistress, and deacons J. Schooler, J. Johnson, S. B. Lewis and A. Thomas, who took collection Sun- Aetna Life Ins. Co. of Hartfoi fl.CoEn day evening. To the these persons and the other members and public generally we, in the name of Christ's cause and church, do sincerely return NOTARY PUBLIC, our thanks. Brethren pray for and BRYANTSVI LLE, KENTUCKY with our luture success. We alsoj recommend with pleasure Rev. Knox jLani-SMyanfl for as a financier no any church desirin ui.ii .mm ices 111 raising means. Yours AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO for the Cause of Christ, le Colored Our church and rt:ijtlt Cl;uri-Ii- . Lancaster, lilQIlBflMpC : ; Uai-U'on!- DUNN Ipst or aiM'fflSDMia AM lLaii-cut- pre-feri- If if If 10-1- j i of of of of PLUMS I I rtarn !!: t :fLi thr,ee-fourt- MOOlt-KEEPIN- G Price, 25 Cents. For Sale by k ft WcSoberts, DIKECTOK3: c,car alul persons Powder U the best medicine money can buy. J.M.HlQOIWEOTHi.M, I.KWM YiLlATELX, who SfSfftharland's Eagle Eye Salve For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprues J. S.Johnson, T. JC.Abnolb, Gum Balm. Prlc. 25o and SOo for,VPes7slyes, sore eyes of any, H.C.Arnold, Jb. S. y.'HnDsojr. - -- Sold at 25cts kind of "granulated lids.. ,or AUZ.Giui, . J.J.Walxm ' ' Mc.Ro'berts Drug Store. ' R. E. MclCooerts. lm Jacob y.owso.. - dlStiDMVisionT Sigh,t' f'o11 are 7tirffiS$ft8& Z'j- -- J Ml llffcT ISi 5 s g 313 fiui flLftlKiL SEE DIIR GDOL, ,7. pin nflm? ft .1 ' 11 CODL Lovely Neckwear. MII3BD1E HE G-LIG-E-E SHIRTS. I Man's Fins Hose and Suspenders. 4& Stacy Adams' Elegant Footwear. 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. Ms HJgj gEia E 5 DANVILLE, B RY.f V f vH ? vi5' 'tN ''f V 'Tx vj They say they were never treated more royally or received more attentions than they did at the hands of thegetoci Charles Burdett sold to Ashley Ar Colored SoII!or, Attention ! people of Clark county's beautiful cap I nold a le.t of hetgs at :ii cts per lb. The colored Regiments of the Regit ital. Speaking of the day's doings, Reuben Naylorsejlda cow and cilf lar Army are lilling up very fast, ane to James I. Hamilton for $30, and a the Democrat says: A large assortment of Summer Millinery "The oration by Hon. Letcher Ows- there are only a few vacancies left shorthorn calf to Frank Bourne for week. Come and select your Hat wliile goods are new ley, County Attorney of Garrard coun- All colored men who can 15. ISTOBBY ty, was good. In burning words, hf read, and all and fresh. We are as usual IN THE LEAD who desire te Miss Mary Chesnut, of Boyle, is vis ARE THE ALL DI8- shemld call at once at the iting her sister, Mrs. Charles Bur GOODS, and our prices are very reasonable eiwelt upon the undying principles of fraternal friendship and brotherly Recruiting Ollice in Lexington Busi dett....Miss Frankic Doty, of Paint indeed. love. Flowers bits of peietry. College Building, Main Street, near Lick, visited her cemsin, Miss Georgia New line of Flowers, Chiffons, Mousselines etc. Also beautiful anel of fancy, thoughts post ollice, Lexington, ICy. ma-l-- tf sublime Dunn, last week Mrs. Evans, of "White Chir and Leghorns Hats. each other in rapid succession, Pinaville, and Mrs. Smith, of Lancas A PrsilMCivorlliy Aot. Phone 85 and when he iinished there was uniter, spent Thursday with Mrs. Gee). fMi fs a guaranteed remedy for all KIDNEY and Ml The Lancaster company, which Durham.... Rev. W. M. Kuykendall versal regret that he did nob continue BLADDER Diseases. longer. He is a most brilliant j'oung served it the recent war, did a bane and family are spending several days Miss Sue Sutton, visited Mis. Benj man and we expect to see him make a some and noble act in placing tomb ith friends in Preachersville and Hughes this week. stones over the graves of their deae Crab Orchard brilliant career." Misses A una Pollard, Mr. Wm. Shugarsand daughter, Mia comrades, Clarence THURSDAY Juii" S, - ISO9 Maggie, spent several days with rela Richmond Register: Major Curtis son Cheatham, whoParks and Jelfer- - S.illic and Lee Herring have returned died from feve from their school at Pewee Valley, to F. Burnam was 7J) years eif age on tives in McJCinney. Mrs. Ed Minor and with Wednesday last, May 24 Queen Viut- - during the company's stay at Chick spend vacation her many friends Messrs. Vir Miss Lizzie Hudson is at home from orio was SO yearsetld that day. Public amauga. A sum of money was raised little daughter. Lora. of Lancaster. i Staunton, Va., when she attendee men, like Major Burnam, who main- here to buy the company a Hag, but pent Sunday with the family of II. gil Sherrow and B. A. Duncan were in v. Jlarrodsburg Sunday iJ-- i. Messrs Tom boys 1 A large crowd attend school the past term. tain an elevated rank in popular favor the shareconcluded to take it. and u. vldneige of profits from the can ed the strawberry supper at the resi Reibarts and Moses Brumtield, of Jes their in a country where their opinions anel Miss Mattie Shepherd, of Wilmore samine, were the guests of W. D.Sceitt Until recent years woman's severest acts are upon to certain sciutiny and teen and use it for the purpose above dence of Fred Kemper Thursdaynight. Sunday Mrs. E. D. Lawson and Clias. Collier is clerking for IT. 2. College, is the guest of Dr. and Mrs trial has been the bringing of children stated. The .two made about Sl.'lO lhe neighboring towns were well rep free remark, must be pesc,sed of mon Mrs. W. D.Scott, spent Sunday night Evans, Richmond, Ave. into the world. Ballou. which bought handsome monuments resented. The proceeds were $50. than ordinary merit. And we believ for Today nearly all the sickness, pain, with Mrs. Ed Naylor, who is very il! the dead soldiers. Mrs. Sophronia Fox, who has been we Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Chesnut, of Dan discomfort and dread are avoided by Dr. IT. 31. Grant is enjoying fishing snail have public opinion elccielel The Angel. Death, with the col visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. Smith with us, when we sav those expectant mothers who use viae, spent several davs with their in Cumberland river. that it has fall 'JCJie 3Ia:i ivlio Always I'luil I'"aull Mother's Friend, that wonderhas returned to Danville. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Boner and icy hand lias again casta gloon en to the lot of few to occupy as var ful liniment made famous by the great .Limes I. Hamilton and wife were in The man who is always finding fault e are glad to see Mr. Chesnut out over this vicinity, and taken another .). M. Iligginbotham has returned ious and important stations in th good it has done. It is used externally. jichulasvillc this week. with what everybody else docs, with ifter a severe case of fever That is the only sensible and safe way Mr. J. nuh. rum me s cnain. .nrs. Kenece.i from Oklahoma accompanied by his public's gift with so large a share e)f out particularly trying to ele anythi to relieve morning sickness, headache, B Kemper has resumed from a pleas Scott had suffercel for four month's Miss Bcttie Arnold is visiting in neice, Miss Jennie Arnold. lpprobation, as Hon. Curtis Field himself, is neither "a thing of beauty with cancer of the stomach, her suf tightness, swollen, hard or rising breast. Jollico and Knoxrille. iiiirnam. n e wish lor eurd!stinjuish nor a joy forever." No, he is a posi mt visit to his son and daughter, Rev. ferings were very The bearing o! children need no longer Mrs. Eugene Moss, nee Miss Eudoxi intense, but with Wm. Anderson and wife, of Oklaho be dreaded. Mother's Friend has been eei iciiow citizen anel irienel many more Miss Carrie Currcy has returned .Moss, is at home to see her father W. tive nuisance, and he should do one or ma, called a Gcdsend by mothers all over lie it so much pleased with the the loving arm of Jesus te lean upon, years of usefulness, surrounded by his two tilings, from a visit to Danville. B. Moss, who either die or pick up his country that we fear Garrard will she bore them on until tour o'clock ill. this land. Sold at drug stores for $1 a large and devoted familv. traps and leave his country, lor his loose bottle, and by Saturday afternoon, (June 3rd,) when Miss Jane Lusk is visiting Mrs. Jno. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn and children, one of her Mr citizens statesman, yet friend to truth! of country's good. Don't continually The Brcfifield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. Bolaiul in Point Uurnside. arc visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. md Mrs Reuben Naylor were marrieei (joel, in his wisdom and tender mercv soul sincere. .. n.r iv rue lor err free illu.ftr! hv wear a long face and preach failure of fifty years Tn action faithful, andinhonorclcar!' Monday, June 5th. W relieved her from her pain. She was llichxrd Anderson lias accepted a Jack Kemper, at Marksbury. every enterprise undertaken by the hope 03 years old, and had livcel a bright that many blessings may attend position with G. S. Gaines. Nicholasville Democrat The seicial petiplc of yemr town and community Mrs. Wm. Cook and pretty baby, them through life, may christian life from her vouth. Sha vent, etf the week was the "masque A Hater of Falxehood. Harden of Covington, is Robinson, are visiting Miss Man if you can't put your shoulder te tin ive to celebrate and that they wed leaves one son, three daughters and Herbert diamond their iven on Friday night by Miss Mary wheel and help on Mendicant (in disgust) Them ediRobertson in Elizabethtown: visiting Lancaster friends. numoer ot grand children. Though the car of progress, ing. tors is liarsj every one o them. Ilere'a nelch, in honor ef her guests, Miss at least elon't retard its onward move life seems lemely and dreary here two Miss Amanda Anderson has returned Capt. Ilerndon was in Estill county roliimns in this paper about th Martha Elkin, of Lancaster, and Miss- incurs oy evil propuecics anri expres- from Paint Lick where she has been Lucia McAfee, J. A. Shear, of Seelalia. Mo., saved witliout Her, we feel that she has good times an th' piles o' money layin last week on legal business. of Lebanon. Music and sien-;unkiuneled tears. Don't mar his child from death by croup by using rea(Jheei that bright anel eternal home idle, an' I haven't taken in a cent this teaching school the past term. ayety tilled up the hours which van the happiness of your family anel John Simpson has returned from a One Minute Cough Cure. It cures where there will be no more sulfering mornin. Ilarlem Life. Miss Mary Burnsidc gave a lovely lshed all too quickly for "Ye Shades friends and reib them of pleasant visit to Somerset. their sunshine ueiugus, coieis, pneumonia, la grippe for her. Rev. J. I. Wills delivered a Mot Very .lluoli. ciiLi'iLuiiiuicub xiiursuay nigut, 111 of the Past" and their admiring friends by moroscness and discontent, but md all throat and lung troubles. very appropriate funeral discourse Lewis L. Walker was in Frankfort honor of Miss Eugenia Miss Oldgirl Do you think Mr. Snif-kiRefreshments were served in exquisite come emt eif the canyons of despair un Dunlap. Sunday, at .1 p. m. The scripture Im week on legal business. Sormes Druir Store. this is sincere when he writes that Mrs. Louis Landram gave a luncheon style, superintended by Mrs. T. J. to the hilltops of joy and gladness, anel readings from the 23d Psalm anel the loves me more than tongue can tell? he Eph. r. Brown has accepted a pos JTiuay Scott, and it is not surprising to relate seek for what is good in humanity and 14th chapter of John. The text was Miss Pcachblow I dare say. Ile'a evening in honor of Mi.s ition in Stonne's Drug Store. that the "ghosts" partook with as give inc evu uie cnarity 01 yemr si Eugenia P. Dunlap, of Lexington. 'Precious." The body was then laid tongue-tieyou know. Kansas City rood will as the most real of mortals. lence Ex. J. C. Jones, os Bristol, Tenn. was Mr. W. B. Mason, of Lancaster, was Rev. Clark will iill his regular ap to rest in the Mt. Hebron, cemeterv. Independent. t a late hour the guests departed The relatives have the sympathy of with relatives here the past week. pointment here Sundav nifht. here Friday entering some suits for having realized to the utmost the joy The Benefits. Ills IMatlorm. Opilyke What's the use of arguing Eld. Allen delivered an excellent U1U LUt,ro wmnHumy. Miss Amy Davidton has been visit- the coming court. Stanford Journal. of meeting congenial spirits, under A certain Lancaster man tetld The discourse with a woman? You can never conat Pleasant Grove, Sunday ing her aunt, Mis. AV. J. lloman's. he auspices of so thorough a hostess Rkcoiid he was seriously thinking of Miss Eugenia Dunlap and brother, vince her. Mr. James Hill, of your city has be- - NinetyDIGEST YOUR FOOD. per cent. 01 all sickness Is caused by Herbert Gulley has accepted a posi- ueo. who have been visiting relatives is Miss Welch." The Democrat nub running lor the legislature, and his Depeystcr True. Rut think of the un the contract to build the school food not bcinrr properly digested, it creates poi pleasure it gives ishes a long list of- guests, and what only object in wanting to be a mem in this city, returned to Lexington tion in Bice Benge's Livery Stable. the woman. Brooklyn sons and (roes into your blcod and tliuti you are they represented. Among the num ber was to have passed a bill compell- house at Bourne. liable to almost anj- disease the human system Life. is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's German "Liver MrsC. M. Biehardson. of Somerset, Monday. Mrs. Mary Fain, of Ambrose, is the Powder and watch the resalts. Yoa will feel oer, well known in Lancaster society ing to furnish separate Xu Data. Jesse W. Sweeney went to Cincinna- were Miss is visiting her father, J. G. Swcencj. ucst of Mrs. Sallie Preston Mrs the good effects after taking one dose. Give it Mariannie Wilmore. coaches fer drummers. "What do you think a trial and be convinced. Price 23c "These fel Eliza Monday ti Monday, to select his samples and Shakeress:" Ballard and little son are visit- Or. Otto's Spruce Gutn Balsam Cures neighbors, Mrs. Chubb?" of your new Miss Ora Wilmore, lows," quoth the would-b- e candidate. Paul Miller came home will, in a few days, go on the road for friends in Lexington this week 'School Girl:" Miss. Ada Dickerson, Your Cough. Just the Medicine from the State College in Lexington. "I don't know; they haven't had a ire becoming a great nuisance to us Baum & Baltz, haulers, of that city. for Children. washing out yet, and when they moved 'Nun:" Miss Jessamine Hemphill, common people who are compelled to Miss Ilattie Jennings, of Buena Vista. For sale by Mrs. Ellen Owsley returned Tuesday in I was down town and didn't get ta the pleasant guest of Mrs. Ilaselden Jiev. nenry iaulconer lias been at 'Queen of Sheba:" Miss Martha Elkiii. ride with them. Each drummer takes see their furniture." Chicago Record. from a visit to relatives in Louisville. home this week. He has C. M Jennings and wife. R. E. McRoberts. 'Greek Girl;" Miss Mary Welch. two double seats, throws one over and this week several meet t Danville, visited here Sunday Will Marrs. the hat drummer of ings on hand and enough work to keep Samantha;" Fred Sears, "A Prince;' puts his feet and grips thereon. Their Mlntake. If he Editor's Wife Wake up! There are Knoxville, has been here a few days. him busy through the entire summer. Brown Buforel, "First Lieutenant:" had bought four tickets then we could Mrs. Dr. Jennings has returned to her We have a number of burglars in the house. John! Dan Hemphill, "Negress;". Dr. not kick, when compelled to stand or hemic after a visit to Danville Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, of Wallace, Among tjie long list of guests at Editor Well, what of it? Let them sit on coal box. Several of them will Askensteadt, formerly of this place ton, are visiting Will Ward and fami- .Miss Welch's party, in Nicholasville, Beautiful Hats find out their mistake, themselves! .jet tegether and simply kick up bed has been among his many friends here Cured When Others Vailed. ly. Pufk. is the name of the handsome Miss the past week Mr. M. Elliott was S. A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y. im. They monopolize the conversa stock and receive Brown, a frequent visitor to the uruest of hisTtm.. Tir "ttHifit.r List Mrs. Chas. Denman, of iS'icholas-villTHE BEST OF THEM ALL It My wife suffered from kidney tion, complain of everything in sight Writes. ones every few days. in this city. is visiting her mother, Mrs. Alex .. lrink, smoke, cuss, "tell smutty tales week. .Mrs. Ed Ballard, son. and lit- trouble- for years. She consulted scv tie niece, and Mrs. B. E. Jennings, ot West. kave Qnlv Little Miss Irene Romans gave a ral physicians anel tried a number of ind in every way make the lives of Paint Lick, are visiting friends and Mr Geo. Bruce and wife, of Danville, birthday: party Saturday afternoon to Kidney Cures without getting relief. their fellow travelers miserable. relatives here this week. ... .S. G. Ilas have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eph a large attendance. All had a merrv She was induced to try Foley's Kidney Once in a while you will be thrown I J10NTHLYJVU3AZINE your city, visited his parents Brown. time wishing their pretty little hostess Cure and in less than a week after she with a civilized drummer, whom it is elden, of pleasure to be with. Such felleiws here Sunday. many more birthday returns. in using it, she was greatly im Charley Doty, of Brannon, Ky., was and invite an inspection of Contains a complete is Clay Hunt, Bob Adams, La Fever, novel In every numhere this week mingling with old Nicholasville Journal: Miss Mattie proved and three bottles cured her. a large them. "We know we can suit ber. In addition toreading quantity or useful Sam Joseph and a few others do not C. C. & J. E. Stormes, and entertaining matter. friends. Elkin, of Lancaster, Miss Lucie Mc your taste you So continued mtortem, trAfe arm mm At the 'same price a. pound, hall want the entire coach, and will readily Ander- Afee, Lebanon, arc the guests of Mis Maj. J. A. Burnsideand Jim mijmctionablm to moat roa4ar; The insects are destroying all the is the cheapest di- .five their seat to a lady. They are all It should be In every household. Subson went to Richmond Monday on Mary Welch, were a masquerade party bran and half corn hemp seed in this locality. scription, S3. OO per year. Call anil See Thei. t, the best, and much the safest. right, and when I have my bill passed, will be given tonight in their honor. business. Agents wanted la every town, to whom Mrs. Lucy Montgomery sold a yearwill be expressly stated therein Corn only is not a well balanced ra tno most liberal Inducements will be offered. Mrs. Fisher Gaines entertained tion for growing animals, fitted tc hat they are exempted from the ling calf to James Parks for $20. Hen Miss Jennie Burnsidc has returned JT. B. IimxCOTT COMPACT, SubUtban, ry Montgomery also sold to same party from a visit to Miss Sue Route, in Wednesday afternoon in handsome make good bone and muscle. Sell half Drummer's Roost' car." PHILADELPHIA- a calf for S15. style in honor of Miss Curry and Miss the corn and buy bran. Stanford. Collier, of Lancaster.-- . Miss Rose If your sight is blurred with speckf To cure piles, stkikk attiie koot a: V.Some sneaking person visited Mhs Say Clutton says if Hill..Berndon way. DeWitt's Witch II E. Scott's trunk a few days ago, Grundy Clelend received with them ind spots floating before your eyes, oi hat's the troudon't let him alone, there'll be d Salve stuikes at the hoot it re- - prized the lock off and took about fifty Danville Advocate. you have pains on the right side unde ble in de land. noves the cause quickly and perman letters for their trouble, nothing else Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Pope announce the ribs, then your liver is deranged ently. Don't squander time and money was missing. It must have been sor e Mrs. W. R. Cook and pretty baby, the engagement of their daughter.Rc- - ind you need a few doses of HER- - n a vain effort to remove the effects. one whose curiosity had arc visiting Miss Chastine McGregor, becca, to Rev. J. W. Lynch, of Wake- BINE to regulate it. 'Price 50 cent- tm Stetrmes Drug Store. their moral and intellectual faculty. in Louisville. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Forrest, North Carolina. The marri A number of men of this vicinity In Winchester, Ky., one jennet found employment at Lock No. 8, the BACKACHE should never be no; Mcsdamcs Hughes and Huffman, of age will take place during the midlected. It means kidney disorder brought $72, one yearling jack $110 past week. Stanford, have been visiting Mrs. summer. Advocate. jack 880. Geod which, if allowed to run too long will ind one ROAD-WAGO- N Thomas Elkin. Mis. Peggie Burdett and The Lancaster W. C. T. U., and result in Bright's disease, diabetes or prices are being obtained for all mule; laughter, Edna, 'spent a part oflittle last Mrs. Xina. Hughes visited .her cou- Loyal Legion were represented at the other, serious and often fatal com ind jack stock being offered for sale in week with Mrs. Mat. Folger....WiI- OR sin, Mrs. R. II. Batson, who is very Berca district meeting this week by plaints. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE Clark county, Ky. A ie Holjzclaw accompanied by his Mcsdamcs J. Joseph, T.Grcsham, G. is guaranteed for kidney disorder. much improved. d and Robert Montgomery, serious inconvenienh Aside from the M. Patterson, R. L. Elkin and Misses . C. C. & J. E. Stormes. his parents in Mercer, Saturday ce and plain caused by piles, there is a Mrs. Geo. Farris and daughter, Amanda Anderson, Lou and Rla May Im Charcpal fed to the chickens aids d -- enelency-tfistula and to cancer in night. .'. .Mrs. Susan Johnson, of Bur- Louise, arc vIsiUugvMrs. TSlbert Smif.li .Grant. The latter' wast" oh the pro r ijestion and cleanses the system ot the rectal regions. Pilesshould notbe jin, is visiting relatives in this com . in Jellico,.Tenii. gram for a paper, i U tt J f impurities. allowed to run on unchecked. TAB- - munity ...."Your correspondent had Mrs. Chas. Towell accompanied her; OINT- - the pleasure of spending last Saturday Hon. Latcher Owsley and :Major R For relief and comfort in Asthma LEE'S BUCKEYE sister, Miss Ma'mie Powell, to ICinnaird went to Winchester last COTJSSEN'S HONEY OF TAR ha. TENTis an Infallible remedy. Price with Miss Mattie Saunders, who, I am Tuesday. jlad to say, is improving In health, Friday, the former :to deliver an ad no equal. Price 25 and 50 cents 50 cts. a bottle, tubes J5 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. and we all hope to see her out again C. C.&JcE.Stormest Naylor and Sutton, and dress, and the latter to enjoy the day. Jlesdames NOEL SISTERS in Mors Lee ai. he Leading Miiiine with just in tlii able-bodie- d f UP-TO-DA- tfOSTFATALOF W if FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE 9( CENTRAL RECORD. i oiJtDQ:nKirm Severest Trial. 1 1 be-J- ;.T - I - rail-roa- - Le-tit- ia rc!-tiv- in ( tie ITery Latest if will lSSccS? I 1 Mt. Hebron. - Sallie D. Tillett. Somthing- Everybody Wants - - -- GrOOID BUG&Y, SURREY, , a ANY KIND OP VEHICLE vis-te- Cheaper than Any Place in Gentral Ky. Also Best Rubber Tires Manufactured. o . .f v llus-tonvil- lc : PILE - W. J. ROMANS. TRUTH UlTAPORIfEI), STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. iRabenstein, 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. It Is true," said the man from Ban gor, half sadly. "It is true that 1 brought five deer out of the woods, but WORKED A NEAT GAME. they were all killed at one time, or FINANCES. KENTUCKY'S ery nearly so. I desire to be absolute The German Insurance Bank, of LonlsvUIe, ly accurate in making this statement. Ky., Victimized Ont of 85,000 by The Monthly Statement of the Eta to Treassuppose that if two persons were to be 41 Eing in the new urer The Balance In the Treasury Two f ell Drend Voung Men. Ring out the old killed by the same flash of lightning Is S135.000.S5. fiiaginthetrue" Ring cot the false there would be some atom of time be Louisville, Ky., June 7. The Ger- tween of the und that We bring to you the new and true from the Frankfort, Ky., June 3. The month- man Insurance bank, of this city, was of the the deathIt was 60first this caw. in second. .piney forests of Norway ly statement showing the condition of victimized out of 85.000 Monday afterwant to be exactly accurate and to the state treasury on May 31 was is- noon by two well dressed young meu have it so understood. sued Thursday, and is as follows: Bal- who worked a neat game. Just before "My conscience acquits me of an in ance April SO, 1899, $802,073.54; receipts, the hour for closing the bank the as- tentional violation of the law. No Ban Pine-Tar-Hon- ey 528,045.53; total, 8830.719.07. The ex sistant cashier of the German Insur- gor man ever knowingly violates a law. penditures were 810,000, which leaves ance bank was rung up by telephone For example, we do not believe in the 820,719.07. School and asked if he could accommodate prohibitory law, but we respect It. It balance of Nature's most natural remedy, improved by fund balance April 30, 1899, 8131,491.48; the Citizens national bank with $5,000 is a law, and as far as we can we execute science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive people. it. We are a total, 8105,515.50. Care for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces receipts, 834,024.02; were 8820.14, leaving1 in currency. On being answered in Our party was made up of two min The expenditures the affirmative the inquiring party of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaa balance of 81C4.C95.36. Grand total. said he would send two men around to isters, a deacon, a colonel and myself. The sore, weary We brought back nine deer; the others mucus is cut out ; the C9S5.414.43. General expenditures fund get th'e money. Shortly afterward two rated ; the killed one each, while I bagged, if I cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed had a deficit April 30, 1899, of 8589,157.- - young men appeared at the bank with may use the term, the remaining five. membranes are healed and soothed so that there C7; receipts, 81,137.62; total, $508,020.- - a check for 85.000, bearing the sup"It cume about In this way. I was is no inclination to cough. 05. The expenditures were SMI, 428. 13, posed signature of the cashier of the out hunting a short distance from the SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS leaving a total deficit of 8009,44a la Citizens' national bank. The camp. I was anxious to get back early. Bottles Only. 25c, 60o. and $1.00 Sizes Balance in the treasury May 31, 1699, sistant cashier, suspecting nothing because one of the ministers was to 8135,960.25. wrong, counted out the money to the give a Bible reading, and I didn't want BE SURE YOU GET I AM OB OtU,"1''""" young men, who were profuse in their to miss It. A slight noise attracted my Bnylne; Up Stock. auy cuaai to Dr. Ilea 8 w Dr. as they accepted it. When the attention, and glancing up 1 saw a Hue It rlvra quicU wid P rmunent relict s well Mconshs and mlds. It mulct LotnsviiXE, Ky., June 7. The Cum thanks In crip check reached the clearing house buck. Without the slightest hesitation, re. M. A. MetcnUe, weik lunco Co. berland Telephone & Telegraph Tuesday it was discovered to be a for and I may add without a touch of what has purchased the majority of the stock gery. The police are working dill they call the deer fever, I fired. of the Ohio Va'.ley Telephone Co., of I used a repeating rifle, and, as I Ky., composed of delegates selected by this city. The lines of the Cumberland gently on the case. afterward found, the. first bullet passed the county judges of each county, at company extend over Kentucky, Ten Craig Gretx Arrested. through the brain of the buck, and then which convention the subjects of con nessee, Mississippi and Louisiana, and Lexington, Ky., June 7. Deputy killed a fine doe standing at that in structing ank maintaining roads shall the absorption pf the Ohio Valley com- Marshal G. C. Thompson has captured stant directly "hi range. In other words be discussed and the work of pany will result n a systam extending Craig Gregg, wanted in London, Ky. I secured as the result of my first shot Fifty-eigthousand six hundred encouraged In every way from Louisyllle to New Orleans. Jt la on felony charges. Gregg showed two deer. an twenty-seve- n sheep were import possible." As you know, an animal after re- stated on good authority that the pur fight. If convicted fye will doubtless pelylng a fatal shot will give ft convul ed into the United Kingdom from lhc! gp tp the penitentiary qn, thp habitija 550,000, chase price was about more, ana nesptie United States during the first three In compliance with the above res criminal charge, Gregg is the njan. sive leap, if nothing the fact that H was shot directly A lloud Csnipd Alarm. olution the Commissioner has named months of the year. who was married at the Lflurel county through the brain the buck reared up, Mt. Sterling, Ky., June 6, Thf jail to a wldpwr stallion race Saturday, June 10th, as State Day at The tfrcat lie is accused of State College, Lexington, Ky., for the prediction of Ruben Fields that this beating her, She offered $'45 reward and. fearingI that I was about to lose to be trotted at the fall meeting of fired again. I may add consideration of ways and means of city was to be destroyed by a cyclono for his capture, bbe has put up a my game, the Louisville Fair and Driving Assothat between my first and second shot A improving the highways of the State, Sunday failed to materialize. bond for his appearance to answer for no great time elapsed, a second or so, ciation has received sixteen entries. threatening cloud and a but nothing more. My pastor, when I The Douglas $5,000 stake for 2:13 trot- The work of constructing a sample ehoprer at 9 p. m. were the little rain housebreaking. cause for road by the latest improved methods told the story, said many a man had reters received eighteen entries. May Be Another Victim. some alarm, but otherwise the day was will be in progress under the super pented, been soundly- converted and To make corn dodgers, scald one spent ae usual, A numbpr of families Ky., June 7. Anoth forgiven in much less time than that. Road Expert of the quart of white corn meal just enough vision of the National Department of Agriculture, left the city for a short time, Tljprg pr death will probably result from the I presume It Is so. to moisten; do not make it too wet. and "But, short as was the time, the buck the object lesson in road construc was a considerable storm in the east Sherman chnotifig affray of last Satur Beat one egg, and add to it four day week, In which Elmer Franks was staggered and went down, passing asjt tion and maintenance thus afforded ern part of the county. of milk; add to it the will be of inestimable value. Each killed and two other bystanders were were out of range of my second hulle), Shaved a Pimple. but that bullet did great execution. It corn mcel. This should now be a thick county is cordially invited to send LAWBeNOEHPiJQ, Ky.. June 7. Will- shot in the leg. The leg of Albert passed through the brain of a doe, dir bitter. Drop by spoonfuls on a greas- delecates to this meeting. No arbit iam Brown, of Brown's stqre, this Clements, which It was thought it amputate at the fleeted, and struck the horns of a buck, ed pan and bake in an oven until a rary basis of representation is fixed county, a large land owner, died Mont wpuld be necessary to 5p(J and then buried Itself in the heart of golden brown. Ladies' Home Jouraddition to day of a cancer on the face. Mr. Brown time, has not yet been amputated, another doe. It was very yenia,Hahle5 but it is desirable that, in nal. years ago had a little pimple it is believed he will not survive m don't it strike you so?" the officials named in resolution two Although there was a big crowd in Mayors of cities, Presidents of Com shaved off his face accidentally by a operation. "Very, but that makes only four deer, t w.i Monday, business was slack. At mercial Clubs and Boards of Trade barber, which made a sore. It never Kentucky University Commencement. and you said you killed five." "You will pardon my correcting you," pens, there were fully 1,000 Presidents Agriculture Societies and healed and in less than a year it was a Lexington, Ky., June 5. The com t ie cattle which ranged from 4e to ojc, all other organizations interested in large cancer. mencement exercises of the Kentucky continued the man from Bangor, "but I brought five deer from the o ie bunch, which sold by the head, this great question should send the university will be held next Thursday. I said thatonly A Mansion Darned. woods. I killed four; the fifth deer bringing as high as 0 cents. Sales fullest delegations possible. Arrange There wi he J8 graduates in the col my be said to have met with an accl Eminence, Ky., June 7. The fine were slow, however. No mules were ments for half fare rate over all rail mfmsicn known as Sunnysidc was de- lege of the Bible course and 29 in the dental death. As I said, after killing oirered, and the few horses sold brought roads and special rates of entertain stroyed by fire between 19 and 1 o'clock college of arts. Rev. F. P. Power, pasc the doe the bullet struck the horn uf b from 600 to $75. About. GOOsheep were rnent will be made. Tuesday morning. This property be- tor of Garfield Memorial church, Wash- buck. It was a glancing shot, and then on the market, selling from 3Jc to longed to James II. W.lson and is situ? ington, will deliver the baccalaureate it killed the second doe. The buck Auy Old Sore. address in Morrison chapel Sunday. was unharmed, but of course the shock Register. Cut.JBruise, or Sprain quickly heal ated about a mije and a half from This session closes the 100th of this fa was considerable, enough to bring the Loss 810,000; insurance unTen weeks ago the farmers of this ed with Banner Salve the greatest town. animal to its knees. Then It sprang mous schooL known. c unty thought the prospects of this healing remedy in the world. up and attempted to dart away, but In Boy. Child Shot P7 ff Elef .T. 15. Starmcs, In a Berry Patch. crop was very poor on year's tobacco efead went over a mass of rock and was 'J. C. & an, Ky., June 5. Reuben Frar Hilled- I got there just ip time tg save Forty-tw- o C. Hindu Lexington, Ky., June account of the late sowing of the beds son of Ira Frazier, the meat." colored orphans will be turned loose zier, an While the prospect is more TIMETABLES. "You had remarkable luck." two hours in the largest strawberry on Rock fork, in this count', shot promising for a splendid crop than it "I admit that I did have more than a child of patch in the county Monday after- Benny Bolen, a has been in several years at this time. C. Branch. K. noon. The market is glutted with tha Wheatley Bolen, with a revolver, the common degree of good fortune," said There has already been between 80 and Mixed, passes Laucaster 11 :10 a.m berries and the grower wants to get ball taking effect under the left eye the man from Bangor, "but, of course, 1)0 per cent of the crop in the county " Mixed, " 3or. v rid of his crop at as small a loss as pos- and coming out in the back of the I don't want to boast of It. In fact, transplanted, and the plants are liner, one of said to me that " Pass'gr " 2:52 a.m head. The wound is pronounced tq be evening:the ministersmany a man would sible. in better condition, and living much South-b'n'Many and " 12:29 a " serious. Reuben Frazier and hi? have claimed that he killed Found a Babe Dead. better, and the lields are freer from cut ftl the five worms than last year, besides being Bdtleb, Ky., June 8, Twin glrj father were arrested. Queen & Crescent ICoule. deer. It Is to your credit that you have given us the plain, unvarnished facts.' babies were born to the wife of Charles PASSES DANVILLE. about ten days earlier than the same Two Men Killed Uy Llshtnlnc. Piercy about three weeks ago, Th per cent was transplanted last year Ky., June 3. Two men I did not think I deserved praise for Richmond, KORTH BOUND. mother, on hearing one of them fret, were ki)led by lightning near Walkers- - s mpiy jemnS' toe trutn, dui, as ne Winchester Sun. C:09 a. m Number 10 (Daily except Sunday) ting, early Sunday morning, went inta ville, over the Estill ljne from here. safd, there are, doubtless, rnep, fear 1:13 p.ni Number C Daily, Stop eyep some Bangor men, who would have The Government crop bulletin for d the room to take it up, and was h F. Richardson, one of the yic$,im, was 3 :5G a. m Daily that Kentucky, just issued, says that wheat Number 4 (Daily) Flag on finding the other one dead. standing in the door of his residence, claimed Argus, second buck. Eastern 3:30 p. m Cause of death unknown. has done fairly well, but the prospect Number 2 (don't atop) while Thoni&s Spirby was found dead SOUTH BOUNP. is not flattering for this crop. Com HE GUARDS THE CZAR. in Station Camp creek, near a point Death Due to a Shock. 11 :."i0 a.m plaint is made that it has headed too Number 1 (stops when Haired) Numbers (Daily except Sunday). ...11 :!." a.m Lexinoton, Ky June 7. Charles where a bolt is known to have struck. The Emperor's Oatrlder Serves ae low, and in some localities the Hes 7:53 p.m Bradley, a lineman, employed by the Both men were well to do citizens, Baiter for MhllUt sian fly is doing some damage and in Number 9 (Daily except Sunday) 11:42 p.m Number3 (Midnight tt&r) Central Electric Co., dropped dead af eimclc the Church. Bombs. some places rust is injuring it to a supper tabic Tuesday night from WrrxiAMSTOWN, Ky., June 8. During the limited extent. Oats are doing well. Chesapeake anil Ohio Railway. The czar never travels by rail without One year ago he heart disease. a heavy thunder storm Thursday the The following Resolution was adop Lv. Lexington, daily 11:30 a. M.aud8:55 p. an electric shock, which weak- Baptist church was struck by light the gendarme who is supposed to have ted at the meeting of the State Com Ar. Washington, " .. 0:45 " " 3:40 " ened his heart. ning. The belfry was demolished and the keenest scent for nihilist weapons hi? empire, golpg ahead mercial Convention, in Louisville, Ky., Philadelphia, .. 10:15 " " 7:0S " the church greatly damaged. The pf anyone in on bis peoultfir raiiiyqy Aced Man Suicides. New York, " . 12:40 noon " 9:08 of the train May 29th and :J0th: "Resolved, That building is fully insured. . 8;00P.M. " 7:15 a.: Dover, Ky., June 6. Richard G. bicycle. I raveling slowly, with eyes the Commissioner of Agriculture be " Boston, Through sleepers to New York from T.exlncr and ears alert for the presence of "the Terhune, aged 78, suicided Sunday by Child Scalded to Death. requested to name :lday on which :i ton. John G. Cramer Ticket Agent, J.exlngton hanging himself in his stable. He was enemies of his master and their terriBenton, Ky., June 0. A convention shall beheld at Lexington, Ky. a prominent mason and a highly re child of Bud Barker fell into a large ble, weapons, this oiltrider carries his pwn life in his. bands and the mm. ftpected citizen. kettle pf boiling water and was rescued who is considered of much ufeof im more by a brother-- Se lived fog portance, the ruler pf the Russlqp ern Despondent Over a Love Affair... Lexington, Ky., June 6. Mattie hours. It was burned interna? by pjre. InplrteptQlIy the outrider is on the Hensley, aged 25, committed suicide at swallowing water. lookout for defects in the railroad tjifll her home on West Main street by tak Jury Could Not Agree. havoc roval train ing morphine. She was despondent Springfield, Ky., June 4. The jury might playnot the wjth the object of bjs primary but this is over a love affair. case of Arch Cdlvin, on trial fpr preceding the imperial party. He is an in the the alleged murder of Silas Coulter, inconspicuous object on his curious A Mlalster Candidate. Gbeendp, Ky.t June fl. Rev. Cor could not agree, and wag discharged. Wheel, and it is not likely that his swift nelius Foster, candidate for represent prPffr.ess along the road wjll be observed Died at the Aga of 90 Years, until he s too near a would-b- e assassin tative of this county, is now holding Habbodsbubo. Ky., June 5. Mr meetings on the streets in thf Malinda Davis, wife of the late Achil ior tne latter to accompiisn his purr open-ai- r pose. city of Portsmouth. leB E, Davis, died at the home pf her A long experiepce with the nihilist Girl Bnraed to Death. son, Dr. II. C. Paris, of this county, of gangs of Russia has- taught the police Campton, Ky.. June 7. The res old age. She was in the 90th year of pf that country that the bomb Is the dence of Mrs. Andrew Banks, a widow her age and had been a resident of tbj favorite weapon with the killer of kings, Should one of these be left on who lives near here, was totally de .county all pf her life. (Btroyed by fire. Her the track In such a position that the daugh Concealing- Illicit Wbsky, Wheels of tfte Imperial train would ex ter was burned to death. Columbia. Ky.. June f. J. W, Bub plode it. It must surely he discovered bard, a Metcalfe county merchant, was by the outrider, or, if he were unfortu Shot and Silled by Bey. Middlesboro, Ky., Jane 6. George arrested Friday and brought before nate enough to pyerlook it, the czar's Gilbert, aged 18, shot and instantly United States Commissioner TVlnfry, lfe at least wpijld be" saved, for the killed George Belcher, married man. charged with concealing illicit whisky, railway bicycle would cause the bomb to blow Pp. the rider's life aloqe being late Sunday at Quarter House saloon, Holiday to See Bryan. saorlflped. Hepce the importance of because latter slapped him. He was at Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon Ky., June a After dr Louisville. the outrider. once arrested. Both men came to Mid liberating-- for several days a majority H.e is continually )n the proud posi j dlesboro from Pennsylvania and work ox tne members of ine school board tpp pf offering his life for his master. ed at Mingo mines. agreed to grant the school children pf Argus. Storekeeper and Ganger Reinstated. the city a holiday Friday on account pf fully Warranted and Excels others. She Cost Mpae'r, Washington, Ju e 8. James L. William J. Bryan's visit to the city on Dear girl." be oJd. rapturously, Strange has been reinstated as a store that day. "If It's just the same to yow, George, keeper and gauger in the Covington I would prefer not to have you use that Accidentally Kilted Himself. (Ky.) internal revenue district Madison, Ky., June 4. A telephomt adjective," she returned, "Why not?" be demanded, Consign your stock to Jealousy Cansed It message saya that Young Parker, "It reminds me too much of what ' Nicholasvii.le, Ky., June 7. Flem- brother of Government Storekeeper papa sometimes says to me." Chicago Negro; became William Parker, accidentally killed ing King, a Post jealous of his wife. They separated. himself Friday night at Ghent, Ky. ...uaat liltlsjatleB. Meeting her on the street Sunday "What's In a namef the cynic blaad Exclaimed .In solemn doubt. night he shot her in the neck.. He Her Lesle. He borrowed some one's trade mar, ana then turned the weapon on hlmseif Bickers Women are suck illogical He speedily found out. and pierce his heart with a bullet. The creatures! Washington Star. Morcan Granted: but what's the woman will recover. O., Died of Spinal Mealatitls. trouble this time? Wii.lia mstows, Ky., May 24. The Accidentally Shot Himself. Bickers Mr wife threatens to sue Cabbolltox, Ky., June 4. Smith young widow down our way for alienat child of WiUiara Vance died of spinal Parker, a prominent farmer, was accU ing my affections, and she has ai meningitis Monday after 'an lllaess of dentally killed Friday afternoon by ways declared I never had an affeotioa 34 hoars. This is the first cam of the disease la the coaaty. . xaij. we flitcnarge ox a fan ne for her Boston Transcript. J Plain Statement of Vtutlm teffaxl lus a Batift-o- Hsu's Lnclt at HnntlnsT. r ONLY ONE CURE m S. S. S. Is i deep-seate- FOR SCROFULA. thi Only DR. 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