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Sntered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Ky at Second Clatt Matter NUMBER xx LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE Lovely Dimities 15, 1899. Get your Binder Twine ONE DOLLAR A TEAR at t Percales LOCAL at Joseph HAPPENING. Pretty Parasols at JosEpfe's, Big bargains Joseph's. in Dress Goods 7 at July 4, thebig gourd wi at opened JoSeph'sjS The Knights of Pythis will hold an Get a guess On 'the big Cooking important meeting tomorrow, Friday Kangeat Joseph's, it will be given night. away-Jul- 4ty Money to Loan. Save 33t per cent on 3'our . money by On good real estate. For particu- buying drummer's samples at C. D lars apply at The Record office, tf. Powell's store. Corner Lexington The Fourth of July will interest A fair will be held at HustonvUle manv. fov.J.a hereabouts, at the bte about first of August. The know how to hold the very best of J. Joscph's'nios.t be handed in by Mon- Cocking RanyjeXwill be given away fairs and the intention of having an day, July 3. The lig gourd will be Wat day at Josephs. other will be good news to many folks. cut July 4 and the seed counted. Bs1 Two candidates recelfvgd the Entersure and bring m youKtickets on time, eu Apprentice degree at the Masonic Raspberry Supper. -v' lodge Monday night. There will be Celebration at Ktrksvllle. The ladies of the W. C. T. U., will Kirksville 3Iasonlc lodge will cele work at. every meeting for several serve raspberries, cream and cake at the residence of Miss Amanda Ander brate St. John's Day, Saturday, the mouths. son, Tuesday night. June 20. A lawn 24th. All Masons have been invited The Besf on the market. and a glorious time is anticipated fete will be given also, and only 25 cts. TTrviciop rvm Vlnnt,,i, vv. w iiiauicio, 13 JJ11MVU VjUJ- - admiss ion charged to both. The Lancaster band will furnish inu tivators, Johnst6nNRoller, Barring Disc Bis TIiucs at Richmond. To Trustee. sic for the occasion. narrows, Deering Binders and Mow A Paint Lick Enterprise. It is very important that school The L. A. W. bicycle races to be ere. Sinner SOcta. . G. S. Gaines. trustees come in and qualify at once. held a Richmond Monday and Tues Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by The Stanford hotels, finding they The limit of time expires in afewdas's, aay dio iair to oe a grat success. Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting Watch Lest. ready sale every where. Persons md I am compelled by law to appoint There are many entries in each race, lost big money in feeding court day bundav. between T. I. TIerrlng's with 25 cents, have raise.! the crowds at and the contests will be lively. Elisa J. Luse. and town. Gold plated. Guarantee who liave used it say it's a marked BEAZLIY & BAUGIMAJf. others. price to half a dollar. If they always success and a sure cure for Fistula, Lancaster School Admitted, set as good a meal as we got at Doc in back. Leave at Central Record Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge Death oflTIr. Bronston. office and receive reward. The State College, at Lexington, lias FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Mrs. Mattie Bronston died at Rich Penny's St. Asaph Monday, no one ment. Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on Jesse Barlow, pi aced the Lancaster Graded School mond Friday, after a lingering illness, will begrudge the price. a wr tten guarantee, and monev reEM- in the list of affiliated Schools so that aged sixty years. Deceased was the ARTERIAL and CAVITY f unde i if not as represented, 3 The Old Drus Store Corner. County Convention. the graduates in our school may enter wife of Thomas Bronston, and a sister We understand Mr. R. E. McRoberts A mass Convention of the Democrat the Junior Class in the A. B., Course of Saturday Afternoon. BALMING a SPECIALTY. James B. McCreary, of ic voters of Garrard county is hereby will get the store room, adjoining the ithout further examination. The Democratic Convention to se that city. cal'ed to be held at the Court House in National Bank, in the new Owsley lect delegates to state convention,will No Connection Villi Lancaster, on Saturday: June 17, 1899, block. This is a splendid stand and be held Saturday Warlike. Carpets, &c. Mrs. Emily Buford Bristow,It of Cov- afternoon. It is im has been used for a drug store ever Tuesday morning's train had two at 2 o'clock, p.m., to select six dele since the town was built. possible to foretell the outcome. The ngton, asks TnE Recokd to say she coach-loadgates to the convention to be held at of state guards and a gat Goebel and Hardin men claim every as no connection whatever with man- - ling gun. Notice. The troops were returning, Louisville, June 21st to nominate thing in sight. The Stone men are igement of the High Bridge Camp from Democratic candidates for State offi having the time to collect them, keeping a silent tongue, though they Not Manchester. They were under JOHN T. JOHNSTON W. McC JOHNSTON, Meeting, and that reports stating she command of Col. Roger Williams, cers. G. T. i arris. Uh'm. I have left my accounts in the hands tave a merry twinkle in their eye is interested there are wholly without of E. Brown for collection. All those which indicates they are pretty well They were a set, much George I. A Wheelliorae. JOHNSTON & JOHNSTON foundation. dilferent from the gangs seen on the Senator G. T. Farris of Lancaster, indebted will please call at his office, sitisfied with the chances of their trains last summer. Obituaries. was here Wednesday, wearinga Goebel the Police Court room and settle at man. A big crowd is expected Satur Civil. Engineers and Surveyors, once and save cost. W. II. Lackey, day. pin and asserting that Garrard will go rartics should bear in mind that Water Works meeting. by E. Brown. ai?ent 4t. newspapers charge for printing obitu- LANCASTER, KY. Pooro Owsley. The City Council will meet tomor for his favorite. The Senator is a power in politics over there and when incs. The space in a paper is iorsaie State L. At W. non. John Will Poore, one of Gar rrw Friday, nte"- to hear expressions lie puts his shoulder to the wheel for just the same as a merchant's goods. The L. A. W. meets at Richmond rard couity's most prominent and inJ.E.UOBISSOS it costs money to nave type set, ana, irum me taxpayers in regara to tne a friend, the old thing generally goes. Ky., June J.I.IlAKILTON. JSO.T.IlAYfi. 1899. The Queen and fluential farmers, and Mrs. Ellen L. beside, the three or four hour's time waterworks. Every taxpayer should Stanford Interior Journal. Crescent Route announces one and Owsley, widow of Judge M. H. Owsley, & BoMisoa, taken to punctuate and put the copy hft nrSRnt, anrl IIrffft f:lvnrnh1 nf.tinn Hays, Hamilton d fare for the round trip from' will be married this evening at 6.o'clock Consistency. ti rvirl'ilil clvuw 5c Wfirtli cniiiftliimr all points in the "v The other Sunday at a certain carried free. AskState. Your wheels by Rev. W. O. Goodloe, pastor of the Attorneys and Counselors at Law Our charges for.obituaries are 5 cents- the time to get it. Remember agents for full Dar Harrodsburg Presbyterian church. the church, not a thousand miles from ticulars. nor lino. Poetrv $1.00 ner lino, mvAlter the ceremony a supper will be Lancaster's Public Square, we noticed tune, Friday night at": to. LANCASTER, KY. able in advance. served by Mrs. Cook, and Mr. and Mrs. a "brother" bawling out the sonc "I Sidewalk.. Poore will drive to his residence below would not live always." We were at Mr. John K. West has just comple tracted by the particular emphasis ted a nice brick sidewalk in front of Bryantsville. They will reside there the voice placed upon the his premises. Dr. Kinnaird had fin during the summer and next fall will word "always." On the way home ished one entirely around the oldSem move to the bride'sfarmnearthiscity. we spoke to a drug clerk of the sing inary property, the county and town Will DHnlap In Idanlla. er's desire to leave this vain world are building one along the workhouse AS Mrs. Walters has received a letter and the clerk told us the fellow spent lot and a great many more are to be from her son, Will C. Dunlap, written about three dollars a week In his store put down. Several property owners from San Francisco. He says he tried for patent medicine. have asked to be excused, but all are to get into the 16th Infantry until to be treated alike, and walks made learning of Capt. McFarland's Contest at Stanford. retire on both sides of every street. Out on ment, when he joined the 14th. He The fifth annual contest in elocu Richmond tion will be held at Walton's opera ers were street some property own is now on the ocean en route to Ma compelled to move their fen nila. He says the 14th will soon re house, Stanford, tomorrow, Friday, night. Eight young ladies will par ces back several feet and grade their turn to tha United States and will be ticipate. They are the best in Cen- yards to make room for the pave sent to tha Paris World's Fair. 'His ments. tral Kentucky, and one of the most expense, This was much trouble and trip will take him around the world but it will add much to the and be of great interest, interesting contests is expected. Gar- value of the property in the long run rard county will be represented by Prettiest Store la Kentucky. Miss Elline Hiatt, and we feel conHardin CeuIda'tjCome. The Logan Dry Goods Co., has leas fident she will win the first honors Hon. P. Wat Hardin did not fill his Indications point to a crowded house, appointment in Lancaster Saturday, ed of Dr. Owsley the two centre store rooms of the new building on the old and those going from here should tele as he was called to another part of the Opera House site. These two rooms first-clas- s graph Beazley & Menefee to reserve state. The crowd that came in were will be made Into one, there being no seats. amply repaid, however, as Hon. Robt. partition whatever between them, Harding, of Danville, was here to rep- iron columns supporting the centre, Stanford Conrt. The Record's representative went resent his kinsman. No man has more It will be finished Jn oak and supplied over Monday to spend a few hours in friends and admirers in Garrard than with the latest improved plate-glas- s Lincoln's hospitable capital and see Bob Harding, and when it is known show cases and fixtures. Large furna the court day crowd. They said it was that he is to speak, a crowd always ces will furnish the heat. As the en go-b- y an "average" crowd. Business seemed comes in to hear him. He was in fine tire front of building will be of plate- to have given way to politics and noth- form Saturday and made one of the glass, this will make the prettiest ing else was heard. The court house best speeches made during the cam store in Central Kentucky. The in bell almost cleared, the streets, as all paign. He set forth the cause of Hon. creasing trade of the Logan Dry went to the speaking. After having P. Wat in a manner which told, and Goods Co., has been marvelous, and made their present quarters are not half our pet corns ground by several hun- answered fully the charcres against him. Hardin, has a big per- large enough to display the immense dred stogy boots, we called on took a peep at Joe Waters sonal following in Garrard, and many stock carried. The Record concrrat. new quarters and came home $1.25 are for him because he's a district man ulates Mr. Logan, the clever manager, upon his success In securing the ele READY-MADOF better off for the day. Only a few cat and lives in an adjoining county. OXJE BLUE AND BLACK SERGE COATS AND VESTS WITH A HICE E gant new quarters. tle were on the market, some of which LIGHT TROUSERS WILL MAKE YOU A NOBBY SUIT. Narrow Kscape. brought 5c. A lot of butcher cattle BeraratUa Saadajr. brought 2i to 3 and a few heifers 3 to The Advocate says Danville Friday morning had a narrow escape from anThe Knlgtita of Pythias will deco 3. costly hemp house fire. Work rate the graves of their .deported other Tne Lincoln Democrat men at the Cogar Hemp House were brothers next Sunday afternoon.. Goodnight & Waters sent forth the unloading some hemp from a freight There wlll, be no pomp and parafe, first issue of the Lincoln Democrat" car, A match, it is believed, fell from the Knights meeting Thursday,' The paper is well made the incoming hemp and was stepped two o'clock, going at their hall at in a'body to the up and chock full of interesting mat- upon by one of the men. In a. flash Court House and holding the ceremo READY-MAD- E ter. Both gentleman are fluent writ- the blaze started through the scatter- nies there. A quartette of Lancasers and the paper bids fair to prove a ed strands on the floor and made its ter's best singers will furnish music i welcome visitor to many readers. The way towards the big pile of bales. and the address be delivered by politics of the Democrat "will bedem Workmen within call sprang to the R. H. Tomlinson. The Knights Hon. will ocratic, measured by the Chicago plat- spot and for a few minutes there was a then go to the Cemetery and place form of 1896, the most honest, straight- most desperate fight to keep, the gre KettffiMorai desirauBOft forward declaration of principles put from spreading. Some of the men' re- of 'Sherman Haseldenr Jas. Duncan? forth by any great party for half a ceived painful burns about the hands James Bettis. Quarto Balden and century. oppose the money and face while fighting the fire, as Dr. Rogers, It will The public Is cordially trust and all other trusts that endeav- burning bales had to be carded from mtrvvu iu.wiiinB iiue re ansa Mb HKX or by combinations to extort more tne warenouse ana thrown into the, hear the aldress. The KntebtarW I . a .. . money from the public than they are lwu ure jru. mi a. a compame were requested to be at the hairvarotaUl4 entitled to get by fair competition In omiu uu uauu, umk ujr. in 6 time tne at two o'ciock. no uniforms will I e business. , It is not and will not be op- flre was conquered. About tyetiwus-- .' wore, tbe Knights wearing citlsena to banks or other corporations and pounds of hemp was destroyei Insults, posed ,asd it,k wweetly hot that or any business enterprise conducted but the loss Is covered by Insurance. I t members wllfbe present prompt- on principles of equity ana, fairness to j.uc vuuuiug wuuuuk; over ik,uuu jy, Mifiij Knight of PytJHM is iavi the rest of the community." worth of the iber, and another ire ted. The ad wMl sot play for ettfc. The Rbcosd wishes the Democrat minutes in favor of the Are would esrenoaies or parade, only voeal health and prosperity, hve sent.lt all ua In swoke. music betef used. Buckeye Churns are anted. 'Call and examine them. Building Lotrf War- - If you want to buy nice Building I vyill be in my office Thursday, Lot I can sell you one from lto 4 acres Friday,. Saturday of every week, and cneap. street. J. MAIM Elisa J. Lusk Supt, About twenty people took advantage of the $1.25 rate to Cincinnati mine Sold. Sunday. "We understand these rates The Altamont coal mine was sold will be given every other Sunday Monday for $22,500 to W. II. Kinnaiid throughout the summer. cashier of the National Bank, and other Kentucky parties. Getting Scarce. v. Tne w. The stock of loafers his decreased Flower Mission Day was observed by greatly, and only a few are left to lounge about, attend to other people's the local Union. One committee vis aiTairs and stare at ladies. They all ited the sick, another the jail and a third the graves of departed sisters, seem to have gone to work. T.nuu5T. on County Court day. Engineer. Here. A full corps of engineers, consisting We lead them all in Creppns. See of seven men, left Burg.'n yesterday the pretty line at JosEpn'i morning to go over the proposed route from that place to Middlesboro. They Two nice building lots cheap. are the best men 'in the Southern B. F. Walter. It Railway's service, and will make fast Found Keys- Three small keys, one to govern time, reaching Lancaster within a few ment lock. Owner can have same by days. This means business, and now paying 40 cts. for this nottee. is the time for our people to pull off their coats and work for the road. WantedDesk, Roll-todesk. Must be 'in good Beautiful display of Fans at Joseph's condition and reasonable price. Louis Landuam. July 4 is time set to give away the big cooking range at Joseph's." Teacher. Examination. Examinations 'for white teachers will Plants! Plant: be held in my office June 1 and 17., Latu Cabbage Plants 20c ts per hun and for colored teachers the 23rd and , dred. Geo. Smith Jr. 21th. Ei I a J. LasK. Sunt. p at Joseph's. T Gahj. New line belt buckles and fany M goods this week. THOMPsojrthe Jeweler. The CookingRange at Joseph's is an eleg.tnt affair and the lucky guess-e- r willle fortunate indeed. Tickets witn eacn purchasepf goods. (.'saiaiuiloB Service. Communion Services will be held at Presbyterian church Sunday next. Pre liminary services Friday and Satur day nights. VI ease Be Heady. 15th, to collect my outstanding accounts. Will expect a settlement from all' who owe me. M:is Mcodt Harden. Hi, 1 I will be in Lancaster June MUCH stonrllle Fair. Ticket. In July- 3. Art'gaesses on the Cooking Range at . west-en-de- ct. AND BEAUTY ap-1- Furniture, Is to be seen among the Lancas' er, Ky. s. VARIOUS GOODS ( 16-2- 0 one-thir- " nr stooz for making A FEW ALL WOOL SUITS g Shirt Waists. DIM-ITIES, SUCH LAWNS, We are offering great bargains in suits at $7.50, 10, 12 and $15. These styles and patterns are entirely away from the ready made idea and outside of this stor e can only be had at the Merchant Tailor shops by paying double our prices. Wear one of these suits this season and you will give the Merchant Tailor the hereafter. They are sure to please. INDIA if NANSOOKS, PIQUES, INDIA LINNENS, PARIS MUS-LIN- S, BATIS- TES &c. You should ONE OF OUR CRASH SUITS WILL KEEP YOU COOL AND HAPPY. PAIR MAKE YOU alsoseeouiSline of Our line of Colored Shirts at 5Qc knock put all competition. Our customers as well as our competitors are at a loss to know how we can give such great vaiues in snirts ai'oye 'lit ,., SEE OUR LINE OF CRASH HATS. THE ARE STYLISH AND?HEAP.n SKIRTS. Great Bargains'1 p 0 49 thamm Oxfords, hk ... DmOODS COMPANY jr " 1 - a: .a ' CENTRAL RECORD! OjT jm "W. C. Wml Attended. Mt la Accomplished. D. G. Ross bought one hog from Ed .Ehe District W. C. T. U. Conven- - Faulkner for 87.50, LAJi ASTER, KENTUCKY. htlon that' met at lierca on tb otli, J. F. Newland, our popular black and 7th, was the most successful .ji.00 smith, is on sick list ',his Monday, ( OWE YlAB, IM ADYAHCg " BIX MOXTKS. ye$ new, naving uaa aDout. sixty aeie- TERMS M A. J. HammacK ixmght a cow and (Tsui " unu visitors m atuiiiuituc. Henry Tonkersley for $40. were present 2 state presidents, calf from There We received a cbpy of the Lincoln - 15. - 1899 Mesdames Louise S. Rounds, of Chic THURSDAY, June ago, of National reputation and Fran Democrat, which ;is a newsy sheet. We r "R. ItasuiRhamn of this state, two appreciate it very much, ao nsctrtt nri.c,nc nnri t.in TnE croD oi canamawa. i euuimu. Our friend Will Parson, has erected The crop of farm hands is correspond- Superintendent of tho stae Flower his little house on Crab Orchard pike, mgiy low. Missions, Mrs. M. W. Bender, of Lou- - going to 'baclr'-annow ready to work The following delegates at- ui i""- - "m is an luuu&muua Rnh Morninirstar, ti, vpntnckv Press Association, has tenaea irom uhs pmi;c, heverai oi- young man. success to him wnai you wane is not. temporary re issued the offical announcement of the waom reau m terming yupeia. iuesmppttnir of the association, dames u. Jtt. Patterson, 4. u JMKin, lief from piles .but a cure to stay cur-JThis will be held at Henderson July 11 - Joseph, T. Gresham, Margaret Gill, ed, DeWittWitch Hsizel Salve cures . ynca, uuu nicy stay curea ""j, wa naiu, xua and 12 and at the close of the meet- stormes Drug Store inir t hp members will leave for Petos- - ana l,ou uraui,, auu Piaster Lewis im Gill. Mrs. Patterson is District Pres key. ident and made several short and in- I X lUfold - ft?. G4 PrMohtvsvill B. F. falter, Dentist. Tolsjihone Byrd Matheny sold .to Adam Pence 13 shoats at $3.30 pex hundred. J. L. Anderson sold his&orn to Jno. W. Miller at $1.75 per barrel Stanford firm at $1.65 per barrel de livered. The Preachersville Debating Society did not meet on account of preaching at the Baptist church. Bro. Massee, of Lancaster, preached Sunday evening at the Baptist church. He is an eloquent young minister. The Children's day will be next Sunday. They have decided to go to' Greenbrier Springs. Everybody W. H. Brown's boy is very sick at The baby boy is only he is an expectionally smart little fellow. Brother Mahoney's resignation was accepted last Saturday at the regular church meeting, after serving as pas tor for three and a half years. The hail storm Friday night is thought to have done much damage to corn, hemp, wheat and garden stuff, and the wind which accompanied the same, scattered fencing, timber and several small buildings. Hardly a day passes, in families where there are children, in which BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is not needed. It quickly cures Cuts, Wounds. Bruges; Burns and Scalls. C. C. & J. E. Price 25 andOcts. Stormes Fox Jlrl Gallery. DAITVUiliB, ZY. This is now the most been recently equipped with Gallery in Central Ky., havi ng Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. J. a uoi tzciaw soiu nis corn to a Th.o that Marvelous Anastimate Lensos I wish to say to the Ladies The new discovery in optical science. Th.3 Lenses FLATTER. Jast received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould- """"j ings, ratterus uevei um m iu appreciated. Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to among the lot is the New Frencli the most Elaborate Paintings, Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures, "FLEUR-DE-L- IS 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. 124 Third Street, Opposite Post OlMce. 3 JT this writing. Rotary Motion and cided that a man is xi,innlncr his wife if she leaves her , .,t. nbht. fi rnam the streets un- til late hours. Kow If tne courts wm furnish the women with strong assist intjtifniilthe devil out of trifling ....u...,, ! immcrp nlxnit both day UUauaiiua ti and night, things will be on a just Harvest is Here, Jessee Sanders is going to start his reaper this week. Willie Grow sold B. F. Robinson a Dunch of hogs for $3.25 per hundred Go to J. E. Scott for your Binder Blackberries will be scarce in this Born, to the wife of W. u. narain, Oil. vicinity, but there will be a large a baby girl on the 12th. W. P. Ruble bought of Will Scott, grape cr6p. We are clad tosay Mr. M. Hardin is 30 fat hogs at $3.20 per 100 lbs. Mr. Taylor Raney sold his old and a few days able to be out again, after W. P. Ruble shipped a carload of fat n.,iitv ,, a.1 i i c. a.i... t. ru new crop of hemp to Mr. Marksbury iit sickness. hogs to Cincinnati Wednesday. for ?4aC Per hundred One of the most eloquent A published list of amounts contrlb- enrvnnco John W. Scott sold to C. C. Glass & For sale by Miss Etta Cotton, of Madison coun Messrs Dunn were throiiirh here buy utad by different states toward buy- - :in(1 hp,nit,ifiil nnnera on the nmErram ty, was the guest of Mrs. J. w. inn Bro., of Camp Nelson, his old crop of E.TSZ. ing Dewey a home, shows Kentucky's was jieraorjes 0f the Crusades" by ing calves last week- - George Grow wheat of 2,000 bushels, for 70 cents per last week. cents, wiuie xIrs n jr. Martin, a venerable and sold them one for $20. amount as twenty-nv- e Miss Bettie Henry, of your town, is bushel. many umci wiuto-naire- a woman wnowas a par- xir rollet ana comfort in AsthSa J. B. Lea veil bought of J. B. Robin visiting menus m our neignoomuuu larger sum or one aoiiar. very iuw tici son a lot of stock hotrs for which ho t in tmlfc mltrnty conflict of COUSSES HONEY OF TAR " ' lids this week. . M11nn4- onilnn Viflll i peopic oeneve uib Kaiianu ounui "'" years ago. The carefully prepared no equal. Price 23 and 50 its Miss Nanna Stoue,of your town,and paid $3.25 per 100 lbs. accept the gift, it ne aoes, program was tilled out by delegates C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Wheat harvest is coming in right Miss Rozella GuUey,- of Hiattsville, kick all his fat into the fire, just like from other parts of the district who Mr. J. M. Sanders is callfd to Frank were the guests of Mrs. B. F. Broad- - along this week, and the hum of the or tne recent war showed mucn stuay on tneir piirticu several other heroes ford a few days on business..., Mr. J Binder can be heard all around us. Thos. Stone sold a nice bay horse to dus Saturday night and Sunday. have done lar branches of work. T. Turner and wife visited relatives Robert Hamilton for $45. Dr. Ealy, of Danville, preached a W. P. West, wife and children spent A Grand Gold Medal Demorest Con in WUnioro and Nlcholasville....Miss very interesting sermon at Harmony NoTwrrnsTAXDixa the fact that Little Cecil Brown has been danger the day with Mrs. P. G. Warner, was hold Wednesday evening, Nettle Parks, of Burgin, is spending test church last Sunday morning at 11a.m. ously ill with brain fever. two companies of malitia and a gat- - Mrs, M. W. Bender, Louisville, Miss vacation with her aunts,, Mrs. Cambell ling section .were present, Tom Baker, Aunt Susie Dickerson, the aged la A large crowd attended preaching To cure piles, strike at the koot was Amanda Anderson, Lancaster, Prof. J. and Naylor. . . .Little Miss Lillian Ford a leader in the Clay county fued, M. Walton, Hyden. acting as Judges, is spending a few weeks with her at Beazley's school house Sunday that's the way. DeWitt's Witch Ha dy which we reported very ill several finntVi ivlilln 5n t.ho soldiers' Aetna, M.t zal Salve stmkes Tyree, of Pittsburg re grandparents Dr. and Mrs. Evans, in night. the hoot it re- - weeks ago is at this writing very much rtucic his head out and Miss Ida Queen, Lawson & Fox bought 42 fat ewes moves the cause quickly and perman improved. ceiving the award. The following of- - Lancaster Mich Lano and wife atthe tent door, and an enemy, who had ticers were chosen for the ensuing ralatine, Mrs. T. J. DeBaun, of Cornishville, L. K. Perkins at 3c per lb., and 19 ently. Don't squander time and money tended preaching at Scott's Fork Sun- - of been watching from a neighboring year: In a vain effort to remove the effects, is visiting her brother, W. T. 7STave, National, inrs. v. m. day,,,,A largo crowd attended the of C. B. Perkins at same price. house, fired the fatal shot. The fued Stormes Drug Store. Mrs. John L. Christo this week Mrb, oue wuuiu nSnintr party at Stone Saturday and son; Hartford, Miss Sallie Adams, of Paint Lick, lm has assumed large proportions, and cock, Danville; Recording Seoretary-- . pher visited her mother near Lexing spent part of thc evenjnf, in a rja0 spent several days this week with her Delevare, and many people think the best way is ton, the latter part of last week.. Mrs. L. L. Pickett, Wilmore: Corres down the river in the ferry boat cousins, Misses Mattie and Nannie Milwaukee, allow the parties to fight it out. A to Mrs. Raymond Flaiir. of Danville, vis ponding Secretary, Miss Amanda An Misses Edna Scott and Emma Naylor McCarley. . . .Pretty little Nellie Ball, dispatch from Clay county says many Comteticiit, B. F. Walter, Dentist. Telephone ited friends at this place last Satur Treasurer, Mrs. A. S. Ward, attended Childrens day at Buckeye of Lancaster, visited her cousin, Mrs. citizens advocate withdrawing tha derson: Continental, day. Livingston, Taylor House, this week Miss Nan No. 89. Sunday afternoon. troops and allowing the men to tight it Glens Falls?, people showered unus Berea and If your sight is blurred with specks cy Anderson who has been very sick Born, to the wife of Thompson Hill, out. They say this action on the part ual kindness its courtesy on Couched 25 years. and the dele and spots floating before your eyes, or with fever, is improving. German American, a daughter. of Gov. Knott stopped the Rowan I duly apprecia you you get up in tne morning tlrea, a Pastor Pike filled his appointment nnd suffered for 25 years with a cough, Phenix of Brooklyn, have pains on the right side under county fued and the Pulaski county gates, all of which was spent hdndreds of dollars witli Baker has vowed ted. The college faculty exhibited the ribs, then your liver is deranged, bad taste in the mouth and a headache. here Sunday. New York Underwriters fued. The widow of doctors and for medicide to no avail their philan Liverpool & London & Glolie. that her aim in life will be to raise the various branches of its great mag and you need a few doses of HER- - Know what's the matter? Biliousness, B. F. Robinson bought of Jas. Ward until i used Dr. Bell's thropic enterprise, with BINE to regulate it. Price 5Q cents Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers. and "W. B. Burton a lot of hogs at 3ic ey. It has saved my life, J. C. RoseU. her sons up that they may slay the North British & Merchautilo The insti nitude and possibilities. C, C, & J, E. Stormes. They regulate the liver and cure con Whites and Howards. These fueds J, E. Cosby, of nearRichmond,made Grantsburg, 111. McRoberts Drug on April 12th, had a gift of stipation pleasantly and promptly. his annual visit to the church here, Store. have placed a stigma" upon our state, tution lm. AelflaLifBMCo.ofHarlW,CoBD sources, On April Never gripe. to prevent and stop them is a $50,000 from othor but how Sunday, in the interest of Missions. solved, 25th Dr. Pearsons pledged another m Drug Store. Stormes question which cannot be Obituary. Rev. Massie, of your city, made an provided $150,000 is again Telephone B. F. Walter, Dentist. The eastern press spends much time $50,000 by in some ixneioi lowing was Interesting talk at the Saturday af papers belonging to Dr.iouna Hill. March, 1900. Dr. Pearsons No. 89. secured O. P. commenting upon the lawlessness in ternoon services. The members hope received sqecial letters of thanks from The Aurora Commercial is guilty of Kentucky, and if these wise yankee NOTARY PUBLIC, Try Fish & he will come again. He was accom the following amusing obituory: ruiuy mw wuoscveu,, anu is a winner. Adams' Fistula salve. It quill drivers will come down and show ovs- BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY panied by G. S. Gaines. muster jMiaior: Jem oans, we are ..c ranbti tho tvmttor nlri mmiy upm: mHUBUaiuu Dingus, Grub worms have damaged the corn Mrs. Ball is quite ill at this writing. The Children's Day exercises which sorry tu stait. has deseized. He de wpntiirirv will nension them for life. University extension in the moun Some of the fanners of this commu for parted this Life last mundy. Jem Laii .Siverjor ani many places. ardent part of the work, in tains nity have planted their corn the fifth were held here Sunday afternoon were wos generally consmered a gud feller. Its nrettv hard to .have the fueds, but and ofis an 700 largely attended, and all seemed to He dide at the age of 23 vears old. AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO students about GOO be- - Moore & Co. have purchased a new time. the still harder to be talked about by yan gold brick people, long to the undeveloped "whites" of drummer's wagon for their stable. kee patent-righ- t, Elder Gowen will preach at the enjoy the occasion which was very in He went 4th without ary struggle: and Wheat is rapidly ripening and the Christian church Sunday morning at teresting. Much credit should be such is ijiie. jl u ua. we are as pep who think of nothing on God's green Eastern Kentucky. per Krass mny smart tu JHorrer we FIRE anil LIFE INSURANCE Lou J. Gkant. given Mrs. Ebb Dickerson. for her un I are gut down like a hum of the machine will soon be the usual hour. earth but getting money, and keeping cowcumber tiring efforts in getting up the exer- of the grownd. Jem kept niceof the heard in the land. are two store, it after they get it. There Morgan Sutton, of McCreary, visit Lung Irritation. cises. Rev. Bailey, of the Christian which his wife now wates on. His ways which would doubtless stop the Taken Up as Estkav. Red steer, ed S. M. Spoonamore's family Sunday, Is the forerunner to cousumptson SPRINGFIELD was present, and in the ab- verchews wos numerous to behold. church fuedists: Give them a dose of the T)r BpII's will phi-- it,. weight about 500 pounds. Owner can Menny Is the thine we bot at his ero- .Quite a number of friends went to Yankee's patent, cure-al- l medicine, or amJ give SUeh strength to the lungs have same by proving property and the debate at Bright's school house sence of the Pastor, mad e a few well wceroy, and we are happy to stait to FIEE AND MA.RINE chosen remarks In the interest of the me auinirum wuna, mat lie nevur W. S. Fisn. INSURANCE COMFA.NY. Mr. Jim Miller and Saturday night that a cough or a cold will not settle paying costs. Missionary work. cheeted, speshullyin the wate of mar- hen Twenty-hv- e cents at McRob- There is talk of running a street family, of Lexington, are visiting pow- - there. krel, which whs nise end smelt sweet, them with enongh money to buy is the Miss eris urug Jsiore. der. lm crossing from Jennings & Co's to Fisli friends and relatives in this commu guest Pearl Ross, of yonr city week. and his survivin wife is the same wa. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO of Miss Sallie B. R:y, this We nevur new him to put sand in his & Co's stores. This would be a biir nity Mrs. Eliza House, of near OF NEW YORK. improvement and we hope It will be Marksbury, was the guest of her sis Misses Minnie and Myrlile Hendren, shugar, tho he had a big sand bar in and Etta Cotton, of Madison, were fruntof his hous: nur water in his Robinson & done. Mr. terMrs. McMillan, Saturday Hamilton Agts with Miss Hattie Jones, Saturday and Lickers, -tho the ohio River run past uorex'iece io nis remanes Rev. E. C, Eckels and handsome Henry Harlow, of Sugar Creek, was Sunday Office ovei Post Office. your uis Miss Bettie Henry, of bride have returned from Due West, the guest of S. M. Spoonamore and town, visited Misses Maggie and SurOETOY. :: : Kkntuckt Lancastkr, Mr. he died in his bed. South Carolina. They were given a family, Saturday and Sunday sie Sandidge, Sunday Dee Jones a great big buk he red, you Are Going North, most cordial reception at the home of Ben Urton, of Hedgeville, was the and Dr. Durham, of Klrksvllle. ata prey-e- r he lowly sed. A. R. Guyn, where they have taken guest of Wm. Anderson and family, then turned oved on2 to bed Celery Miss Sunday Miss Mary Bengeand both tended church here Sunday rooms. You Are Going South, and durned if he didn't die dead! ther, of your city were the guests of Mary Leavell, of Point Leavell, and He levesa wife. 8 children, a cow. 4 Thomas Thurman, deputy sheriff of Spoonamore, Mrs. Emma MaDiford, of Frankfort, horses, a gaowceroy stoar ane uther You Are Going East, Troy, Mo., says if everyone in the little Miss Etta Jewel Sunday.... Mrs. Alexander and sons, were with Mrs. Herod Ray, Sunday. - quaarepeus to morn his loss but in United States should discover the virMiss Claudle Arnold, of Bryan ts- the spa len did langwidge ov the poit, You Are Going Westi tue of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for Wilson and Pollitt, visited ui McCrea ville, spent last week with the family ins ioss is mere eternal gane. ry, Sunday. . . .Kev. Clark, of Lancas piles, rectal troubles and skin diseases, Pkyvkt Mr. Nellson an pul: If Mikie L. F. Brown Mr. and Mrs. PURCHMC TICKETS VIA TMC ter, will preach at the McKendree of you will stomp the abov on 2 yure the demand could not be supplied. chuach the fourth Sunday evening at Kennedy and Booth Sutton, of Marks valerable colyums, I will be oblegated: Drug Store. Stormes lm bury, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Dick- senmeacoppyas I doant two o'clock. take vure erson, Saturday and Sunday Flos payper oanly after mi nex doar naybor Aside from the serious inconvenien sie May, who bad been here with her nas wirew wuu msn. ce and plain caused by piles, there is a COLLY.l sister two weeks, returned home with Yores.a Bean. ALLUC stomps Not tendency to fistula and to cancer in Ef you the W. II. Furr bought a hog from Wm. them.... Dr. Pettus, and L.W.Dill- aouv on a yore entertainment jurnei, the rectal regions. Pilesshould notbe on, of Lexington, and Andrew Dillon, Oliver for H c per lb. which is at vore aDishum. send ucoddv LOUISVILIC NASHVIILC R. R. allowed to run on unchecked. TAB of Crab Orchard, were with the to J bangs widder, she There was preaching at Lawson's LER'S BUCKEYE OINT ly of, "W. G. Jones, last week. fami oniy gits nit remained payper tuas reed Miss nabors Chapel Sunday, by the circuit rider. Best spring medicine. AN S0 SCCUHS MENTis an infallible remedy. Price Hattie entertained one evening, in wen I me dun with it. Yores til deth Low It makes the weak strong. du us part. W. H. Furr bought two loads of 50 cts. a bottle, tubes 75 cts. family, Alex Miles and their honor The Maximum Safety, We sell and recommend it. corn from G. W. Miller for $1.50 per C. C. & J. E. Stormes. and Melvin Dean, a wealthy and dash HAS NATURE WARNED YOU? barrel. ing young gentlemen, of Jessamine, Nature herself clad In the earlr rarbs of The Maximum Speed, and flowers causing; Mr. C. I. Ogg and little son, Adan, were in our midst Sunday, look out sprint', oasorasiortn treesvibrate to this, the tne aesponaent chord to of Berea, spent Sunday at W. H. most delightful of all, springtime and how do girls. Comfort, you leei a are 70a that tlrea shaky teeiing;, The Maximum Miss .Bessie Spanglcr, of J. A. Woods bought of Bertran Furr's the forerunner of Chills, Malaria and Typhoid Ferer ? If so, yon mast not pass this warning; Crab Orchard, is the guest of your Spratt 15 lambs average G8 lbs, and DIGEST YOUR FOOD. The Minimum Rates. maetT per cetit. of all sickness is caused br as it it as Indication of sickness; avoid this; correspondent this week....W. H. of David Swope 31 lambs average 751b food not being- properly digested, It creates poi- consult us as onr advice costs yoa nothing;. Call on yonr druggist and procure a bottle of son a and (roes into your blood and then yon are Dr. Carlstedt's German G. W. Spangler's Mon- at 5i ct per lb. Furr visited at Liver Powder. Take HaMe to llmnat 9tY disease the human STStem one dose Rates, Time and all other information win a day at bed time for six days; than day, and transfered a few colonies of to.Carlstedt's be cheerfully furnished by One day last week Mrs. J. B. Kem-per- s la heir andUse Dr. the results. German Liter follow by procuring- - a bottle of Yucatan Chill Yon will leel Tonic following; Powder watch two bees for him. the taking one dose. Glre It weeks course of thesedirections and after yoa pantry was invaded by a very the rood effects after two great remedies, C. P. ATMORC, O. p. A.. will feel like the flowers look in the spring. There is a time for all things. The large snake. She found it coiled ar- a trial and be convinced, race JX. n,tT CAN SELL YOU Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam Cura Prepare yourself for the malarial or hot season Louisville. St. time to take DeWitt's Little Early ound one of her jars. She was very when the atmosphere is full of germs. If YaurCauih. Just tha Maalaina necessary and when your system warns yoa, Risers is when you are suffering from much frightened and somewhat asfar Children. ORGANIZED 1883. repeat the above. These Remedies In stock , and sold by For sale br constipation, biliousness, tonished but knew it was not the first R McRoberts. indigestion or other stomach or one of its kind to intrude where it was McRoberts. B. E. NATIONAL BANK, liver troubles. not wanted. When killed by Mr. DaOF LAH0A8TES. KY. U Stormes Drug Store. lm vid Swppe it mesured over five feet There are about 300,000 less horses long. Capita!, $50,000 Mrs. narriet B. Aldridge is quiet and about 10,000,000 more people in Marksbury has sick at this writing the United States now than in 1893. Surplus Fund 10,000 and the people have much more mon- been infested with tramps for the last ey to buy horses now than then, while two weeks. . . .'Mrs. John Greening, of BUSINESS SOUCITXD. , horse shows and the increased fancy Hustonsville, is visiting her brother for good horses has stimulated the de- Mr. David Swope Jarafal and Prompt Attention Goanuttd Misses Minnie sire of owning harness and saddle animals. Does it not. look like there and Sue Bourne, of Hedgeville, spent RDAH-WAG-D- N . X. HiasnrxoTKAM..... ..?....FresldeB Sunday with Miss. Sue Sutton. . . .Mr. would be money in raising them? T.Lxatku...... J. R. Haselden ond wife, of Lancaster, EDUCATION : 1. F. Hubsos Ctired When Others Failed. ....:...Cshlet spent Sunday with Mr. A. D. Hughes V. O. Kiskbt Assistant Cash't S. A. Ingalls, Crown Point, T$. Y. and family Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Is abiolutely necessary to the young Bookkeeper man or young woman who would win Writes. My wife suffered from kidney Aldridge and little daughters went to J.D. Wiun success in life. This being conceded trouble for years. sev. , t is of first iaporUHee to get your training at the school that strands in the very front ran- k- eral physicians and She consulted of Hickman Sunday to see the steam boat tried a number Falls City.... Misses Minnie and Bet. DIKMTOM: , Kidney Cures without getting relief. tieRoyston and Mrs, N. H. Bogle THE IRYiNT & STSATT0N BUSINESS COLLEGE i.X.KMMnrsenuv, Lxwis Y.Lxatkl, She was induced to try,Foleys Kidney spent Monday with Mr. Tom Floyd LOUISVILLE, KY: r.B.JOHMSX, T.SC.AEKGLB.N Cure and in less than a week after she and family, In Boyle.... Mr. Oliver PfJenced teachers, each oue a specialist In his line 5T!" a.G.AaaoLS, Jb. B.F. Huhw. Boner is supplying the community. ' Gr."e".ltllli cn,eW preferred by business houses. Write for began' using , it, she was greatly ima beaatlfal book living testimonials from graduates occupying proved and three battles cured her. MKHtT U.An II. vlbx.Oom, J.J.Waucm with some very nice beef . He butch; 0Te Ue UBU tolw- -u wm ers every Frldaj afternoon. nt.T.Pvinuninder.,Aa t XULIb&ouugv ufw legally justified in r I ve, i terestiner addresses. Mrs. R. L. Elkin made fluent talks on "Literature"and "parlor Meetings;- - miss Amanaa An- derson reported the Medal Contests mm jmu a.,0 vavvi u .weeas ui our umuu, jui& ma maj Grant responded to the "Welcome Ad- dress." Mesdames Henry Wallace and is. Jr. Tevis, Dotn or tins vicinity, presented carefully prepared papers Judson. Ball Bearings, "iiu, McCreary. Buena Vista. I Arnold, ui Lancaster, Kentucky. I Sweeney. - R. K1NNAIRD, INSURANCE. RepratiiMloiiiCoipies Zrf UnrSair at Buckeye. Pine-Tar-H- Paint Lick; Hubble J. X. DUNN Apt See our Paine's Beautiful Line OF If Compound If If Wall NEW DESIGNS Strength. Flatwood. Best Quality. Prices PILE R.E. M' ROBERTS. 4& Marksbury. LILLARD STOUT, - of of of of DANVILLE, - Paint v Wall Tintings e, PITMS Cheapar than any Somthing Everybody Wants BUBG-Y- House in this Section. Stock was laid in before prices advanced. SURREY, A BUSINESS OR ANT KIND OF VEHICLE 'jra Cheaper than Any Place in Gentral Ky. Also Best Rubber Tires Mannfactured. B09K-KEEFDf- IXUGBlFlir: SFli5t,,0M dC j.Storoe, Wi J. ROMANS. - run 11D FROM HEAT WHIN YOU CAN WEARING OUR Light. CRASH boy' lias appssred to A Mess the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mother and son are D Robinson. THURSDAY June 15, - 1899- progressing nicely and George is stepping as high as a peacock. Gus Hoffman and two pretty little daughters, Bertha and Alice, of Crab Orchard Springs, were here the past week. Mr. Hoffman Is making extensive preperations for a big season. Eld. Geo. Gowen has been here for Charley Doty, of Fayette county, a few days. has been in town several days this Aunt Eliza Parris Is visiting rela- week. He says had he accepted all the Invitations received to take dintives in Danville. ner he would want nothing else to eat Mrs. D. M. Lackey attended the for two years. Ladies Fair at Richmond. Editor James Maret, of the Mt. Miss Theo Hemphill has returned Vernon Signal, was in town Monday a visit to Danville friends. from and made The Record, a pleasant Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is visiting call. Mr. Maret has done much work in extending the independent teleMrs. Wm. C. Price, in Danville. phone lines, which are such a blessing Jason "Wesley, of Middlesburg, Is to the public. visiting his brother, Dr. Wesley. Mrs. M. P. Frisbie and son, Fred., of Miss Nellie Dillon has returned Lancaster, are with Mrs. W. C. Price, from a visit to relatives in Stanford. ....Hon. John W. Yerkes gave genMiss Stella Brown, of London, is tleman's breakfast Wednesday mornvisiting her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Ward. ing in honor of Hon. Adlai E. StevenDr. J. B. Kinnaird attended the big son Covers will be laid for fourteen medical association at ColumbusOhio. Danville Advocate. Charles H. Jarvls, formerly of LanMr. Wm. Goodloe, of Paris, will be caster, has recently completed a busiMiss Jennie Lackey's guest Sunday. ness course at Minneapolis and now Miss Pattie Burnside and sister, of has a position in the First National Barbourville, are guests of Miss Mary Bank of Mayville, North Dakota. He is an industrious, honest young man Gill. and, like all others who try, will make Rev. J. Massee attended the gener- a success. al Association at Mt Sterling, this week. Volcanic Eruption. Mrs. Frazce, of Maysvllle, is the Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob guest of her sister, Mrs. H. C. Jen- life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve nings. cures them; also Old, Running and Brannan Beazleyand Fred Frisbie Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, attended the hop at Danville last Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, night. Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out Miss Eugenia Bush has returned Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents a box. from a pleasant visit to Stanford Cure Guaranteed. Sold by R. E. friends. Druggist. , lm Mrs. R. M. Killgore, of Louisville, Colored Soldiers, Attention! is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Powell. The colored Regiments of the Reguup very fast, and MissLillieV. West is visiting her lar Army arc filling there arc only a few vacancies left. sister, Mrs. Chas Denman, in "All colored men who can who desire to read, and all Miss Sue Rout, of Stanford, is the should call at once at the guest of Misses Bessie and Jennie Recruiting Office in Lexington Burnside. Building, Main Street, near Mrs. Jno. K. West and daughter, post office, Lexington, Ky. Miss Knapp, are visiting relatives in Quite a Collection. Kirksville. A housekeeper down in Southern Mrs. Henry Yaden and daughter, Kentucky has lost a miscellaneous as Ethel, of London, are guests of Mrs. sortment of articles during the past A. J. Rice. year. The other day she rinsed out' Miss Mary Burnside is visiting her her tea kettle and the following is a cousin, Miss Florence Burnside, in careful and conservative inventory of what she found therein: One fine Paint Lick. tooth comb, one paddle, baby's shoe, M. Lackey and daughter, one padlock, one stock, bunch keys, Mr. D. Miss Jennie, are visiting relatives in some hairpins and other light articles Madison county. too tedious to mention. This reminds Miss Sallie Lou Myers is visiting us of a bachelor cook who missed a rat relatives in Danville and attending for a long time, which finally turned up in his coffee pot. Adgetator. Commencement. CENTRAL RECORD. ten-poun- d KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. Coadition of Crops and Uwm Jane 1st, 1899. Stfrelt - Reports were received this month from 157 correspondents, representing 109 counties: wnEAT. For coughs, ' TAKE...-- . The Weekly Bulletins of the Climate and Crop Service of the weather bureau show a general deterioration of the wheat crop in the principal wheat growing States. In Ohio there has been general falling off in condition due to the. rust and Hessian fly. The Indiana crop has also suffered from the same cause. In Illinois there has been some Improvement in early sown wheat, while the late now shows up very poor. Michigan reports widespread damage by the "fly,' and the crop has fallen off In condition generally. In Mis souri damage by rust and Hessian fly, combined with the presence of an unusual amount of cheat, make the crop In as a whole "a poor prospect." Kansas many counties report an Improvement in condition, but a greater number report a loss. Chinch bugs have made their appearance there,and serious damage Is threatened. In Kentucky the wheat crop has suffered a loss In condition during the month. The condition averages 73, while on May 1st it was 80. By secfollowing averages are tions shown: Western, G2; central, 7G; south eastern, 81. It should be noted that by far the highest average condition is shown in the southeastern section where comparatively little wheat is grown. There is a general complaint of in early wheat. Rust is also frequently reported, but so far Is con fined to the blades. Medium early wheat now promises the best yield. Late wheat is overrun with weeds. 'Heads short, low and thin on ground,' Is the expression most frequently used by correspondents in describing the condition of the crop. A sallow, jaundiced skin is a symp tom 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 C. C. & J. E. Stormes. 50 cts Hoarseness, rouP' Foley's Honey 1 La Grippe, Asthma, Bronchitis,; Consumption, and ar STORE IT IS THE GREAT THROAT an lung remedy. STORMES I OJEMTO am standing a nice Jersey Bull at m25tfl R. L. Elkin. John R. Gentry has paced a mile at Detroit in 2:12, last quarter in 29 seconds. N. A. Lear sold to nudson and Kav- anaugh one pair extra nice mare mules $1.00 cash. at $259. the Strawberries are about a thing of the past. Raspberries are now ripe and quite plentiful. The rust has appeared in some wheat fields. The fly Is doing much Nich-olasvill- e. SUITS. We carry complete line of Sum mer Suits, Hats, Shoes andUnderwear to Mrs. James Letcher and son, Oscar, of Henderson, are visiting Mr. Wmw Mason and family. Mr. S. D. Merritt and family will leave shortly for Danville, where they will reside in the future. Master Rodney Wesley and sister, Ada, have returned from a visit to their grandparents in Lincoln. Little Miss May Barnes Browning, of Lexington, is visiting her aunts, Misses Allie and Mary Anderson. Judge R. A. Burnside has returned from a delightful trip to Dripping Springs, much improved in health. Mr. W. H. Wherritt and wife have returned from a week's visit to theii daughter, Mrs. Bogle, in Owensboro. Mrs. Lizzie Rice, who has been spending some weeks with relatives in Texas returned to her home at Hedgevllle Monday. Mrs. J. Mc. Cotton, of Cincinnati) has been visiting the family of E. M. waiKer, on Lexington street. Miss Allie Arnold entertained a few friends Tuesday eveninir in honor of her cousin,' Miss Jennie Arnold, at Oklahoma. RIGHT AND James Anderson and Miss mivin Swcenev have been enmtf KViniar. ships in the State College Lexington, Kentucky. Mrs. Hattie Wooldrldce and daugh J.L.FR0HMAN&C0 DANVulE, Kf. I ter, Miss Mary Harvey,, are expected this week to visit her parents. Mr.and Mrs. T. W. Reid. We are glad to see Capt. Phil Price back In charge of the day train. He had a hard seige of illness, but now looks much better. Mrs Lizzie Frank and little daugh ter, Joe Hood, after a three week's visit to Lancaster friends, have retur ned to Flemlngsburg. Jesse W. Sweeney came In "off the road" Monday nght to take a degree In the Masonic lodge. He is now trav eling for a Cincinnati firm. Mrs. J. Roe Young and children ar rived Monday afternoon from Phoenix Ariozona, and are visiting her Daren ts. Mr. and .Mrs. W. G, Anderson. . Mr. R. P. Adams, who travels for Currey, Howard & Norwood, Lexing ton, has, with his wife, taken rooms at. the St. Asaph Hotel. Stanford Journal. Miss Mary, Buford entertaines this (Friday) evening in honor of Misses Mattie Elkln. of Lancaster, and Taw.v McAfee, of Lebanon. Nlcholasvllle Journal. Frank B. Marksbury is at home from Bryant & Stratton College. He will retufa in September and cowplete the additlooal .coarse of 3horthand and typewriting. damage in some sections. The men who like horses most and give them the most attention always have the best looking teams. It is said that JTew Yorkers have paid $250,000 for horses to drive on the speedway since the completion of that driveway. Some one figures out that $3,050,- 000 will be offered in stakes and purs es for trotters and pacers in this country this year. The rains of last week have brought out some of the poor fields of wheat, and will add fifty per cent, to the yields expected. Cream will not rise on milk after it has become thick, because the clotted milk prevents the little fat globules from getting through to come to the COUN. Both western and southeastern sec surface. Shetland ponies, strange as it may tions report corn planting not completed with close of month. In the cen seem, are selling for more than scrub tral section corn is all above ground horses, for the supply is limited and and some is quite forward. Much re- the demand is large all over the counplanting has been found necessary,due try; and they are made to do the work to defective seed. The acreage com- of horses in the mines and in the pared with acreage of 1898 is 92. The fields. Eggs are unusually plentiful for this condition compared with average years is 84. The condition June 1st, season of the year and prices are bet 1898, was 82. The several sections ter than usual. It pays to have good show the following conditions: Wes laying stock, and they can be kept tern, 80; central, 85; southeastern, 80. laying if properly cared for. In the western section the crop in The contract for supplying the many counties Is getting foul, cultiva- French Government with tobacco for tion being retarded by excessive rain- the ensuing year was awarded at Parfall. is last woek. The contract is said to De Witt's Little Early Risers acts as include 6,500 hogsheads Kentucky toThe Eagle, King of all Bird. a faultless pill should cleansing and. bacco. It has been stated that the is noted for its keen sight, clear aud reviving the system instead of weak- Spanish contract for about 10.000 hogs distinct vision. So are those persons ening. They are mild and sure, small heads was to be awarded today, June who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve and pleasant to take, and entirely free 10. for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any from objectionable drugs. Theyassist A Logan couuty, Ky., sow surprised kind of granulated lids. Sold at 2octs rather than compet. her owner when she gave birth to two McPoberts Drug Store. Stormes Drug Store. lm lm pigs and for the following six days OATS. gave birth to one each day. Be Cherry. The oat crop is small in acreage, and Why should a person make himself a appears Denver Field and Farm says: Sheep to be receiving little atten nuisance? What gain Is there in grim-nes- tion. There has been an improvement will pay twenty per cent per annum and sourness and unsociability? in condition during the month from and this is why so many men are going Few people care to listen to whinning 75 on May 1st into sheep in preference to ten per to 82 on Jnne 1st. On the whole, the and complaint. cent beef. HEMP. world uses us as well as we deserve. BACKACHE should never be neg crop is reIn the hemp district It is very hard for the defeated to ported in good condition.theRecent ad- lected. It means kidney disorder admit this; but it is a fact neverthe- vance in price has had a marked effect which, if allowed to run too long will less, and, if only admitted, one of the on acreage. The acreage compared result in Bright's disease, diabetes or chief reasons of defeat Is removed. A with 1898 Is 101. Scott county reports other serious and often fatal com cheerful philosopher is an important an increase of 30 per cent , but in plaints. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE element of success. He who is perpetBourbon county the'acreage is report Is guaranteed for kidney disorder, ually suspecting others of C. C. & J. E. Stormes. ed but 75 per cent, of the acreage of lm him and keeping him down is not a 1898. A mare belonging to Jacob Harmon, welcome companion. Every man Is W. M. Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa., says: near Winsor, Mo., last week foaled of less Importance to the world around him than he likes to think. But he "For forty years I have tried various twin colts, one mule and the other a can easily test it by asking how much cough medicines, One Minute Cough horse colt. They are both living and he himself dwells upon the condition Cure is best of all." It relieves Instant doing well. Sheep have been Improved more of others. By as much as their griev- ly and cures all throat and lung trou ances do not particularly concern him, bles. within the last generation than any Stormes Druer Store. by'so much his own are matters of in- lm other of our stock. Both fleece and TOBACCO. carcass are heavier, consequently pay differences to them. So let him be Tobacco plants are plentiful and better to produce. pleasant, bury his sorrow, pocket his No More Shakes. affronts, make himself agreeable, trust setting has been rushed. In some An English buyer has recently pur to Providence, and thankfully - take counties there was a lack of season chased 19 thoroughbred yearlings in until the closing days of the month. Kentucky. He has taken youngsters what comes. Masonic Journal. In western Kentucky rain has pre whose pedigrees contain the most vented preparation of the ground. Per American-bre- d Weak Ejrea Are Mad Strong. blood. did vision made clear, styes removed cent, of crop set prior to June 7st: In Horseless express wagons are about and granulated lids or sore eyes of any western section 48; central, 53; and to be Introduced InLoulsvlllebyaHew kind speedily and effectually cured by southeastern 35. Grasshoppers and York company. This will not injure the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye cut worms have played havoc with the horse trade in Kentucky, as the salve. Its put up In tubes, and so n early set tobacco in a number of coun- average express wagon horse is only a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Stor ties. Indications point to an average worth about thirty cents per doze- nlm acreage in the principal tobacco ro.v- - Stock Farm. ing districts. The American Stock Farm, Lexing Do No Man Wrong. PASTURES AND MEADOWS. THE GUARANTEED CUKE. This is applicable to every man in Pastures are unusually luxuriant, es- ton, is chock full of interesting reading for the horse men, and you could the universe, no matter where he may pecially in the central district, where m7 Tmk m be of what his name. There are times the condition compared with average not put two dollars to a better use Wftkltx SuMHiri. in our intercourse with our fellowmen years is 103. Clover meadows promise than by subscribing for it. It gives 5()C. Insist mYUCATAH. when opportunity is presented to a fine yield of excellent quality but all the horse news, as well as much wrong them, if we will overstep the timothy meadows are overrun with good advice to the breeder. It. ti. iUorCoueru. exact lines of duty, honesty, or frat "white blossom." There are no greater bulls and bears ernity, even, following the leading of The wool clip is estimated at 91 per the mind, and believing all the time cent, of the clip of 1898. The price "We have of we are doing as we would be done by. for "clear, unwashed" wool averages We may be mistaken; we may be 20c, which is a drop of lc from prices Eats a bent in our disposition which, last year. not having descended to the plane of If the predisposition to worms in stock and receive new some afflicted brother, and thinking children is not cured they may become we are in full sympathy with him, and emaciated, weakly and ones every few days. "We in danger of we may honestly believe It, while deep convulsions. WHITE'S CREAM have only the down in the inner heart there exists VERMIFUGE is the most successful fungous of selfishness, the microbe the and popular remedy. Price 25 cen.s of If pure fraternity C. C. & J. E. Stormes. exists within the heart no such mis k a liniment for expectant mothers FBUIT. to use externally, k softens the muscles take could occur the impulse of the and invite inspection of and causes them to expand without disThere has been a decided decline in touchstone of brotherly love would comfort. H used during most of the period awaken the echoes of affection and fruit prospects during May. Apples "We know we can them. of pregnancy there will be no morning give the alarm, and the awakened nave fallen off until the condition sickness, no rising breasts, no headache. your taste you When baby is born there wilt be tittle conscience would instinctively decide compared with average years is but pain, bo dancer, and labor will be short for the right. A tender conscience 67, whereas it was 91 on May 1st. druggists. aad easy. $1 a bottle at Call seldom goes wrong; and, if followed, Pears have declined from 69 to 47, and Set Send for a Faw copy of our ftwatoati J there is little danger that we will do grapes from 81 to 67. beak about Moraa's Fames. brother or oar neighbor wrong MaLucas Mookx, 'Commissi oner of Agriculture. sonic Crooicle. one-haable-bodiBusI-Collema-4-- tf s, in the stock exchange, than among farmers. When prices for stock are down they hasten to unload for fear of lower markets, which their haste is sure to bring about; when prices are on the rise their scramble to stock up is equally great, and they aid in carrying prices still higher. Ex. J. A. Shear, of Sedalia, Mo., savde his child from death by croup by using One Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, colds, pneumonia, la grippe and all throat and lung troubles, Sormes Drug Store. lm A prominent tobacco man who is well posled on the condition of the crop in this section, said to The Sun yesterday: Owing to the continued hot, dry weather of the past week all the late planting of tobacco about lf the total acreage has died, and the few plants left in the beds have shared the same fate. This condition prevails to a great extent throughout the Bluegrass district." Winchester Sun. A. farmer in Cumberland Countv. Me., writes to the Maine Farmer that he usually sows a bushel and a quarter of oats to the acre and thinks he sec ures better results from that amount of seed than he would from heavier seeding. One year he sowed seven and a half bushels on six acres and secured 337 bushels, threshers' mejisure, from it. As farmers generally sow about three bushels to the acre and some think four bushels is better, the sav ing of seed is not unimportant for one who grows many acres. But he savs he always takes pains to have his seed oats cleaned, taking out all light oats' as well as all foul seed. In this mat ter of selecting heavy seed we think is much of his success in erowinsr irood oats, and no doubt his land is good soil and in good condition. Lampas or "lampers" is a condition of the mouth of a horse where the gums protrude below the front teeth. Lt is not a disease nor dangerous, onlv inconvenient and sometimes prevents proper nourishment because' the patient can Dot eat and masticate food well. It is caused by a feverish sys tem, common anions' younir horses cut- tin teeth. An increased How of blood to the mouth results, and often noth ing but swelled gums that make no trouble. Don't resort to the inhuman and needless operation of burning the parts. Wash the mouth with astrin gents like alum or chlorate of Dotash and water. A tablespoonful of glauber salts daily in the food for a week or two will be beneficial. Ex. The farmers make more wealth for the country than any other chiss of people. And what is of equal importance though rarely recognized, this wealth is in full measure a creation from the soil The farmer applies his labor and his intelligence to the soil and forthwith products of valuespring forth to gladden the hearts of the people. The autumn takes material already of value and merely transforms it into still more valuable forms. The miner, delving in the bowels of the earth, in bringing forth his coal and his gold, reduces his supply in that he is only changing the place of his deposits. The farmers annual creations may go on forever and still leave no vacuum behind. Nature never refuses to respond to the demands of the intelligent husbandman. try Yucatan Tasteless Chill Tonic fffc anumber MM in Mother's Friind Very Latast an suit if ad will Tin. Sallie D. Tillett. Bryantstrille- "Elder Allen will fill his appointment' at Pleasant Grove Sunday. . Rev. Clark will fill his regular appointment at this, place Sunday, it being the 3rd Sunday, also Sunday niRht Your correspondent attended preaching at Buena Vista Sunday and listened to an able discourse delivered by Dr. Ely. The text was Micah, "Arise ye and depart, for this is not your rest.'' Miss Reed Farley and sister, of Danville, are the guests of their brother. J. W. Farley, this week.... Miss Rice, a beautiful young lady from Lexington, is the guest of Mrs. Sam Adams. . . . .Mrs. Dr. Elliott and children.have returned from Paint L'.ck. where they have been visiting relatives.... Mrs. Eliza Ballard and little son's have returned from a visit tu friends in accompanied by their relative Miss Annie Woolfolk... .Mrs. Susan Johnson, of Burgin. is visiting friends in this vicinity. . . .Miss Lucy Sagercy; from Wihnore, visited Mrs. Dr. ArmMrs. Malk Ald- strong, last week ridge and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Burdett, Saturday and Sunday Mr. McDonald, of Middlesboro. B. is visiting his parents near here F. Jennings, formerly a nisidentoi this place, now of Paint Lick, is in Biblical Assembly. Charlotte, N. C. Frankfort, this week on business. Af-- a June short stay there he will go to IlliB. P. O. Elks, Grand Lodge, St. nois to visit his two son's and daugh Louis, one fare for round June Lex-ingtj- Notice to Traatees. Under instructions from the State Superintendent two Trustees were elected in each School District in Garrard County last October; the one receiving the greatest number of votes to qualify as the regular trustees on July 1 1899, and the one receiving next-tthe greatest number, to qualify at once to fill a vacancy supposed existing. Since that elec to tion the Court of Appeals has decided that there was no vacancy at that time, but that the old Trustees hold over one year longer. Hence, tnc man receivinir next to the greatest vote qualified through mistake and was, in ronliFv. never a Trustee Therefore the one who receivedthe GREATEST XTTMBER OF VOTES at the October election will be recognized by me as tlio lntnil Trustee forthe ensuing term some and ho will accordingly time during the month of June. Emsa. J. Lusk. Co. fcupt. 3t. I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. I KILLED IN SELF-DEFENS- E. HELD FOR FORGERY. r the Charge of Insurance ami l'arker Arrested 01 ("ivlmlllng; tbo Cermau 1 auk ot I ouisvllle. pr ate a couple of chops, a two helpings of apple pudding, and u snack o cheese. I think by F-- A. Ware Shot 'While Attempting to row he'll be able to swallow something aturdcr a Man of Whom lie a substantial." Jealous, at Frojt, Ky. rr Tit-Bit- s. On the Road to Rpeorery. Mrs. Clump. How is your husband this momitigV" tusked one countrywoman of another, whose hus, band was ill. "Well, I think he's a bit better," was the reply. "He sat up for nn hour yesterday, and had a lit tie appetite. He ""Good-da- Boils and Pimples Give Warning UN ters. Wallaceton. T. A. Baker sold to J. A. Wallace, a nice young mare for $50. Rev. J. R. Howes, Pastor of the M. E. church here, will preach at next Sunday at 4 o'clock. Work has begun on our new school house here and will be pushed thro' in time to use the house this year. The wife of C. C. MeWhorter is s low that Mr. Mc. has closed his ston for several days past. She is thought t be some better at this writing (Tuesday). lennie Warnacutt returned from Lexington last Saturday where she has been attending school for the nunths "Jim .Al" Wallace, oui migratory bachelor, is in Jessamine county on a two weeks' visit, after Bnucb OffiP. OB V 6L. Washington, D. C. w.iich he will return to Wallacetoi . The good showers of the past few NOTICE. days have been fine on the various All j"rtie lmviup: claims agniust the estate crops, while the cool nights are good f Isaac Montgomery, Sr.. deceased, will file on the craw-fis- h which, in return, an them, proven according to law, with me or my showing their appreciation by "worl - .ttorney, W.I. Williams, on or before July 15, 899. i.ig the coou" with great industry. J.B. BOUKN'K, Adm'r oi Isaac Montgoinery.Sr Lewis, the son of Walker Baker, returned on the 7th inst. from Milroy, Penn., where he has p HOOD, been attending school since last Octo SCR(JE0N-DENTISher. The report sent ids parents bj his teacher shows the following: GenLANCASTER, KY eral average on all recitations and exMice over Ilnselden's hardware store. aminations for the entire year 'Mi pe. cent., absence none, times tardy none, TIMETABLES. excuses asked none, deportment Sili per cent. The Principal also awardK. C. Branch. ed him a "Diploma of Honor as ai Xlxed, passes Lancaster II :10 a. Honorable Testimonial for Regulai Mixed, " " 3:3.5 p. h Attendance, Good Deportment ana Pass'gr " " 2:52 a.m Good Recitations." a- "Louisville. Ky.. June 10. FredFree-deuheimand John SI. Parker, who are accused of securing $5,003 on a "forced, chepk froin the German Insurance bankof this city, are prisoners in the county jail here charged with forgery. . The men were brought 'here Thursday night from Cincinnati. They were accompanied by Messrs. John Morris, Frecdenhciraer's stepfather and W. S. Parker, father of the other prisoner. Young Parker is the most stubborn roan the detectives have had to deal with for'some time. All he would say Thursday n ght about the case was that he threw his snare of the money in the rive Chief llaajrar says the men will bo prosecuted to the full extent of the law. It is believed that had Parker returned what he had, what the loys spent would have been made good, and, there would have been no. nrQSQputlPRt Tjip GertnaR Insurance bank, has re. tainod Aaron Kohn, a prominent criminal lawyer, to proseoute the case. trip. After the boys had been locked in Southern Students' Conference Ashe one fare round-ri- cells Mr. Parker pleaded with his son villc, Is. C, June to tell where the money was, but with no success. Chief llaager gives it as his opinion that the boy, believing h,is 60 YEARS' father W) Pftke PPftf tho amount EXPERIENCE and prevent prpscution. has decided to keep quiet so as to have a stake on his release. Louiivir.LE, Ky., June 10. John M. Parker and Frederick Freedeuheiiner-the young men yho wore arrested ia IADS fVIRni "Designs ejnpinnaU Thursday, atl(j whQ iiav9 CopyrTghts "Ac. ppnfessed that they swindled the GerAarone sending a sketch and description moy quickly uc5rfaln our opinion free whether man Insurance bank of this city out internum ; ihwsit yttvi1" Jir of 5,000 on a forged cashier's check tlon; ftrictly confidential. ffi;i;lbookon Patents from the Citiaens' national bank, were Patent taken tfiroueh Muim'&TSi. recelva tpuUU notice, without chnree, In two presented in the city court Friday morning. The cases were passed until next Tuesday, bail beinj fixed at Aiandsomcly Illustrated weekly. Lnrcost circulation of any cclentlttc Inurnnl. Terms, (3 a 55,000, in default of which both were year four months, L Sold by all newsdealers. New York remanded to jail. MUNN&Co.3B,Broad B.' P. Davenport, a young farmer, and E. A. Ware, 11. Frost. Ky., June Queen&Crescent s PtClSKMENTS 20-2- 10-2- figured in a fatal Jiil'ray here. Ware was jealous of his wife, and they had quarreled and were not living together at the time of the tragedy. Ware went to the Davenport house about 7 o'clock Thursday night, and is supposed to have thought his wife was alone, but found several people there, I.iren Trairrdy. among them Davenport, who from had just come to serve a subpoena on Far strife. the madding crowd's Icnoble Ware, who was cursing his wife. They walked at eve, beside the moonlit bay. Davenport was requested to walk The tenor askpd her would she be his wife. away from the house, as Ware wanted And the soprano shllly answered "nay!" . ChleuKo Tribune- to talk with him a few minutes. They went about eighty yards from A 1'HUTKATV 11EGGAR. when Ware said: "Ave vou afraid to walk beside me?" Davenport replied, Js'o," and. stepped up beside him, whereupon Ware grabbed hin by the sloevo and said: "You will PO BO further, and you will die." Davenport became alarmed and tried to break away, when Ware began searching in his pocket for his revolver; but Davenport was too quick a.ul shot him three times, two shot taking effect in his heart a.nd one in his right shoulder, pavenport has surrendered. Ware was carried to Davenport's home tu await the action of the coroner's, jury. He leaves a widow and four children, all boys. -, an Che"rlnir lllm Up. "Tt very seldom happens,''Raid Mr. Stormington Barnes, "that aw are permitted to adopt the career for which we are ambitious in youth. I always wanted to lie a comedian andimake people laugh." "Dear me." said the sympathetic, young girl; "you ought "not to be so disappointed. I'm sure you make people laugh very often as ieis." Washington Star. UNFAILING ance L needed. She does not ask for help until it is impossiblo to get along without it. Boils and pimples are an indication that the svstem is accumulating impurities which FftJ) liri n must be gotten rid of ; they are an urgent appeal for assistance rUll nCLli a warning that can not safely be ignored. To neglect to purify the blood at this time means more than the annoyance of painful boils and unsightly pimples. If these impurities are allowed to remain, the svstem succumbs to any ordinary illness, and is unable to withstand the many ailments which are so prevalent during spring and summer. Mrs. L. Gentile, 2001 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash . says : " I was afflicted for a long time with pimples, which? were very annoying, as they disfigured my face fearfully. After using many other remedies in vain. S S. S. promptly and thoroughly cleansed my blood, and now I rejoice in a good complexion, which I never had before." Uapt. W. H. Dunlap, of the A. u a. R. R.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. writes: " Several boils and carbuncles broke out upon me, causing great pain and annoyance. My blood seemed to be in a riotous condition, and nothing I took seemed to do any good. Six bottles of S S. S. cured me completely and my blood has been perfectly pure ever Bince." NATURE IS APPEALING Naturo is overtaxed, she hae SISN THAT her Whenway of giving notice that assist own 8. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD is the best blood remed , because it is purely vegetable and is the only one that is absolutely free from potcsh and mercury. It promptly purities the blood and thoroughly cleanses the system, builds up the general health and strength. It cures Scrofula, Sczema, Cancer, Rheumatism. Tetter. Boils, Fores, etc., by going direct to the cause of the trouble and forcing out all impure blood. Books free to any address by the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Go. HEALTH AFTER US1N6. AN0 vitality Her house Imy.gnunX torn down. "Now, look here, my man, I was passing this way yesterday, and saw you with crutches and a placard saying you were lame." "Quite true, sir, but business is business, and you know the public must huvo variety." Judy. On Hope. as an angel in thin clothes, But 'tis not so; Hope Ih the hay tied o'er a donkey's nose. To muke him go. Chlcuro Recont. Men paint Hope , ritltcns of Ualloway'a Milt, VJe a Hickory Withe ou E. A. W oolhrlsht. 14. Scientific American. PAROLE LAW UPHELD. PRY- - Pradlcy, Uocyer, hay That lie rVk fiplease Np Cpuvlptg Under Jta. 1'rovUiqug at I'reacnt. n lS-- J. outh-b'n- orth-b'u- orih-b'u- Frankfort, Ky., June 14. The court of appeals Tuesday rendered a uphplding the ppnyipt parole law. The law has not been n prac? tical operation since 1891, when Gov, Brown suspended it, holding it an en croachment on the executive powers, Notwithstanding this decision it is doubtful if the law will be put into force by the present board of sinking fund commissioners, which, under the decision, is held to be the proper body to grant paroles. Gov. Bradley stated Tuesday night that he will refuse to vote to parole any prisoner, as he thinks the decision erroneous. A majority of the state officials, however, will vote to put the law into operation ftgain- Last Saturday a number of the bes. known citizens of Galloway's Mill went to the field where E. A. Woclbright was plowing and tied him to a tree and whipped him with a hickory withe. Woolbright. it was charged, had been associating wilh a woman who was disliked iu the community. A few weeks ago the woman Was Prde ed to leave the community but refused to do so, whereupon her house was torn down and she was Woolbright was orforced to leave. dered away at the sa.m.0 time, but refused to go, Tho people wrote him a npto warning him to leave. says he knows the parties who chastised him, as they made- no pretense at disguise. The matter is being investigated by the authorities here. Wool-brig- Bowmxo Greex, Ky., June A BOON TO MAKKINm kJl' en g-O aS3S3 McRoberts' Drug Store. TABLER'S BUCKEYF OB hi Mature Consideration. Miss Peaehblow Was j'our marriage to old Moneybagges the result of love at first sight? Mrs. Moneybagges No. of second thought. Kansas City Independent. The Price of Peace. 1 don't want to have any with you, Bridget trouble The Cook Then, bedad, ma'am, lei me hear no complaints! ruck. The Bride tn my 5? pa 5 in m Mm F! CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES. WITHOUT PAIN. CURES JAMES F. outh-b'n- " " 12 Sore. Cut. Bruise, or Sprain quickly heal ed witli Banner Salve the greatett healing remedy in the world. C. C. & J. E. Starmes. Aiij- - Old Francisco at once to connect witl Steam ship sailing the latter part oj tins month. Now is the chance foi you to make a trip around the world. This opportunity will only last a few dajs ai.d men wanting to ji.jn thoulc apply at the Recruting offices in Lex ington Ky. or in Ashland Ky. or ii Somerset Ky. at once. Ilecrulu Wanted the Phlliplnet The Recuting officer in Lexingtoi has just received instruction from tlu War Department to enlist a numbei of white men for Infantry, Cavalrj and Artillery services in the Philip pines. These men will be sent to San Wore Wanted a Short Ceremqny. Queen Crescent Route. IIexpersox, Ky June 14. W. ft, PASSES DANVU.LS. Barnes, of Evansvillc, and Miss Lclia Glass, of Golconda, 111,, cousins. cam NORTH BOUND. iuraber 10 (Dally except Sunday). ...C:09 a. m here Monday and took advantage qf Kentucky law in getting married. dumber C Daily, Stop i: p.m the They asked Squire Davis for the shorts .'umber 4 (Daily) Flag dumber 2 (don't stop) 80CTH BOUND. :29A. si 3:5Ca. m 3 :5Cp. m dumber 1 (stops whenflaged) 11:50 a.m. .'umber 5 (Daily except Sunday)... .11 :15 a.m. umber9 (Daily except Sunday) 7:55 p.m. Cumbers (Midnight flap) ..11:42 p. m .. . est possible ceremony, got it and gave him a S30 gold piece, declining change, The groom is Z and the bride '2q. L'-- . Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. loss of the use of his right hand, was Lexington, daily.. ..li :so a m. and 8:55 p. jr affirmed Thursday by the court of apVr. Washington, ' C:15 " " 3;io ' peals against the L. & N. Railroad ' Philadelphia, ' .... 10:15 " 7:0fi " Co. "New York. " 12:40 noon" " 9:08 vived. Given 8X5,(100 Alimony. "Boston, .... " 7:15a.m- Lexington, Ky., June 14. Mrs. Mary A No. able ( ciebratlon. Through sleepers ti NVw York from Lexing on. John G. Cramer Ticket Agent, Lexington Seaton Barret was Monday granted a Lkbaxox.Kj., June 10. -- The diamond divorce from Theodore Barret on tho jubilee of Sister Genevieve Mattingly grounds of abandonment. Barret is was celebrated here Thursday. She pne of the wealthiest young men of has worn the veil for 73 years, and is p Louisville, Mrs, Barret was giyuft the only surviving member of the Oct Judgment for fltS,;00. Ky., June 10. A judff" ment for Si. 500 damagos in favor of Millard Sewonis, of this county, for Fraxkfort, A Source of Culture. Carruthcra I hear you whistling airs from the latest operas, jet I never see you at the theater. I'roof of Whisky. Walte Xo; but we have a very proLouisviu.E, K3, June 11. Internal gressive rn.au on our street! Harlem Life, Revenue Collector Sapp has received a circular relating to the reduction of ReyeJiKcfuI Comment. the proof of whisky or spirits. It ''Think, ot the impudence of that.lec-turbe states that the reduction must in requesting the women to remade in the presence of a government move their hats," guager, by the addition of pure water "Well, J suppose he wanted everyon the day of withdrawal, and in no body to see that he Is bowleggcd." case must the proof be lower than $0, Chleoga Record, A TIMELY HINT. Abe f.ec Shot From, Ambush. Yon should bo wise, and see that your blood la MiDDi.ESjiOiio, KyM June 1Q. Abe Lee rich and para and your whole system put In a perfectly a member of the Lee fncti n of the Carlstedt'shealthy condition by the use of Dr. German Liver Powder. Then you feud, which raged in Har-- . will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver len county, ten years ago, was killed and the Isgrip. best medicine money can buy. Powder the .from ambush. It is thought the Tay For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprue lors did the deed and the Lee faction Gum Balsam. Price 25e and 60a a BottU. The old feud will be reare arming. hand-organ cr or 1MB Mastiff Attacks Ills (Inner. Lawrexceburq. Ky., June 14. John Bain bought a large mastiff a few weeks ago as a watchdog. Sunday night when he returned home the dog sprang on him, knocking him down, and then began to bite him on the shoulder and neck.Bain at last succeeded in get ting his hand to his pistol and shot the vicious brute, killing him. Mr. Bain is now in a serious condition, and the doctors doubt his recovery. - Klondike Paying? Dirt. "I understand you made a fortune in the Klondike?" "Yes, I struck paying dirt almost as soon ns I arrived, and I'm now worth a few millions." "Where is your mine located?" "O, I don't own a mine; 1 simply started a lanndrv." Cleveland Leader. WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tubes, by Mail. 75 Cemts: Bon-irssr r.rTc BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, : - 3W Mrth Mala stmt. SL Louis. . im MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS of .V n Soar- fcL" Lre.me,dy for women equals them. Cannot do W-- H a pleasure, l.uu BY MATK by druggists. DR. MOTT'S FEB BOX C0.7ciuvehmd, Ohi? CHEMICAL tt,o,o4.? rm. - ssasr OF They overcome Weakness, irregularity and omissions, increase vio-or and banish "pains McRoberts' Drug Store. NEW LIVERY. I have purchased the "Wal KNIGHTS ?YTHtA$. Vey Best Rigs morcial Travelers. Garrard Lodge No. 29, Kuighst Of Pythias, meets every Friday ker stable and am prepared night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-ilin- g to furnish the Knights are fraternally ed J- - Ed Bishop, S. HASEI.DF.X, K.R.& ivit C. C. For sale by on the shortest notice. Special attention given Com s RE A McEobertsl TJ7 Call and see this Celebrated "Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others. AUKi ndsFamiMachinery Always onHand Consign your tock to W 8 BJ3A3BLEY. An Opportune Tl,nte.. Loxdox, Ky., June 13. Chris JackEqrqthv ettf Mamma (to herself son, who married Tom Baker's sister, train, carrying 140 thoroughbred Iby declares he will find the my new loaf pf enjee h,ope she'll 1own It, Teeth extracted without j.aln guess Dorqth.y "(behind he door) w.th Vitalized Air. office In yearlings by Hanover, Sir Dixon, Hin- man who shot Tom and kill him. His this is one of the times when little folks the New Thompson JJnlldimr. doo, Fonso and other noted Blue Grass wife is'also handy with a gun, and. dc Judge 1pM thlr topmioa in sires, .has left for New York, Thejr clares her intention of avenjing her will be sold this week. brother's death. Judge Ilrown Withdraw!. Received a Life Sentence. Hopkixsville, Ky., June 13. Judge riXKViu.E, Ky June 13. D. M. Milton D. Brown, of this city, an- Sampson was convfeted and sentenced nounces his withdrawal from the race to the state penitentiary for life Monfor the democratic nomination for lieu- day morning for murdering his wife at tenant governor. He said private rea- Middlesboro, Ky. sons had led to his taking this step; Deaf Mutes Harry. Contlftiment of Yearlings. Lexixotox, Ky., June 13. A special BICE BENGE Point Scored. MThere ought to have been a woman. jury in that canned beef inquiry. ' ' "Why, Maud?" H. HOSHAL & CO., '.'Becuuise men a.re, op, v.b,ci to, finding S15.000 alimony, society received by the founder. with. beef. hot they eouhlu't vjew Father Iferincks, Mgr. Martinclli, the fault evidenceCrazpd by a Itanaxray. Commission Merohants, without prejudice, Detbe papal legate, assisted. Flemixosbtrq, Ky., June 10. A. 8, troit free l'rcss, Thompson, who was thrown from his A SpI4f'' An tSxccpttun, horse recently and dragged a consider, Ky,. June 13- .- At the resU "Remember," said tho good man, able distance by tho stirrup, was sent dence of the bride's father, Clay in stones," there are to the Lexington asylum Thursday, Oliver, late of the 4th Kentucky, and "that in "thoseRcrmousyou run against "Xot that He has recovered from his bodily in Miss Lizgie Lykins wore married. with your bike," UNION STOCK YARDS, retorted theeynie.und juries, but his mind is a blank. Miss Lykins U the charming d ughUr the nrgument was necessarily at an end. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. of lion. J. C, Lykins, The Troops Leave for Itarboursvllie. - - - CINCINNATI, O. Maxchester, Ky.. June 13. Col. WilImltalloua. Instructed for S one. "No man who has ever seen the lightliams and his troops left for Barbours-villDasvh.i.e. Ky., June 13. Tho repubnrormationregardiojllvestockcheer having in custody AL Dec, Wiley licans of Boyle county instructed the ning flashing across the sky," observed and Jim Baker, who will be jailed at delegates to cast the county's 13 votes Uncle Allen Sparks, coming out of his fully furnished., CXmsigp, y0r stock . Barboursville. The body of Tom Baker for Auditor Stone for governor. There reverie, "will wonder at any crooked- recttuus, 'Phone ness in these electric lighting comwas taken to the old family burying was no contest panies." Chicago Tribune. ground at Crane Creek for interment " W, mm !Zi. ' L BUM JSDRPtrs. ( -- or- fSO.OOfr.O. Gattl8,Hog$,Sheep LAN CASTISM, KY. atfeji A.R.DINNT. President. Jno. S. Stokmxs, Vice Presidents W. H. Kinnaixd, Cashier 8.C.DENNT. J.P.Bosrarotr.Jx Mi-r- e. AlnautCash'r. R. Jook-ieepe- 73-1- TEmbrt As BookMper. Woman Swears Vengeance. DENTIST Sam X.Jk. Cochran, Alei. R. Denny. W.B.Cook. Jno. K Jas Spllaaa, A. C. Robinson. L. Davidson. Rtorraes. carisiedrs liver wtdff Central Covington Stock Yards German Rabenstein, Harris & Conner, Live stock Commission Merchants, Central Covington Stiock Yards Covington, Ky or Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, O,, When shipping East bill dur cafe privilege selling Central Covington Stock Yards. We Will make it to your advantage and give jroniBtock 'special personal attention; ." " ' Danville, Ky., June 10. John Samuel Smith, of Paris, and Miss Anna M. of Bradley, of the Kentucky school for James Morris, near this cily, was de- the deaf, both deaf mutes, were marvoured by a hog. When found both ried at that institution at noon Thurslegs, both arms and a portion of the day. head were eaten, The child was feed lipid for Cpart ing the hogs when attacked, . , Sand-fort- !, a-k El KTOX, Ky June Thinks Soldiers Were Too Easy. charged with shooting with inLexington, Ky., Jane 1& Maj. J. C, tent to kill Tpm Jenkins, a white Bryant says the troops should have farmer, was tried before County Judge fired on Sheriff White and his armed Duffy Thursday, and held in a bond of men when they blocked' the way to the f 250 for the circuit .court. . hiding place of the assassin of Baker. Matfield, hlld Devoured by Hops. Ky., June 13. A Negro girl on the farm Covington, Kentucky Are located so as to offer special inducements to the ihippers South of the Ohio River in Powder Cures INDIGESTION Tie t entering for lluTPMl .When shipping East dont fail to consign our care privilege selling which will be of benefit extra expense and time. In addition to the l cai ouyers mere win oe tasters and Foreiirn buyers on the market for all kinds nt aX to you. tyttfo) li aek tt Pmcc, For Sale by 14 25 Cents. E McRoberts. to consignments Central Covington Stock Yards Co. PMiJBicm firms will tjhre prompt intention