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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Clots Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON MARCH 15 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tit y e t tutinlYEAR lt7JJrB r JO LAt DRAI Y i4 t ci- i Th 4 0 ht ttotbTENTH All Heights Let est Pricer Now is the time to Build your Fences Dont Wait J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Poultry Nettill J R L llaseldeu Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets KnigMs of Pythias i Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights Of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S LOCAL TIMETABLES 8outhbua Mixed passes Lancaster 1110 AI Northbnd Mixed 335 p M Northbnd Passgr 252 A it- Southbnd 1228 AM visiting L IIIi AND VICINITy r o 00000 00000 0 0 0 L U 0 oooootooD OOIOOOC U 000 II 0 0 0 tLANCASTER Proctor Knott cigars are best Dr Actons telephone has been in and is No 19 Ask for the Proctor Knott cigar Its the best smoke you can get See the handsome line of dress and silks at The Logan Dry Goods Co Corn oats and H Bf NoimicoTT You should see the Walkover shoes for men the best 350 shoes the world Logan Robinson The few pretty days this week some of our citizens to gardening Hold on to your trousers brethren you will have to break the ice to find your spring crops yet Just received 30 dozen tine oxfords and slippers from Drew Selby Co Give us a call and inspect our goods LOGAN ROBINSON Register Twits Us The Richmond Register grinds out almost half a column to work off a gag and call us Landadram We dont dring Bro Rock but that brilliant effusion of yours is almost enough to drive a man to his cups Make Em Work The work house gang is doing good work in cleaning the streets and alleys This is the way these men should be worked all the time If they are placed in a neat cell given good beds and fed on milk and honey they will hanker after a jail sentence and the bastile become quite a popular retreat for them Sons of Confederate Veterans A full attendance at the Reunion of the Sons of Confederate Veterans at Louisville next May is earnestly In order to insure this proper organizations of these Sons must be perfected in the various towns thro out the State If a Son or Grandson of a Confederate soldier or sailor will write me requesting it a printed guide explaining the method of a local camp and a model will be forwarded him In this way local camps can become a part o the National order of United Sons of Confederate Veterans The plan of organization is plain and simple Kentucky for many reasons should put forth special efforts toward the success of the Reunion and the of the Sons of Confederate Veterans is sought For particulars address Ben Howe Commander Ky Div U S C V Louisville J For Sale salt desired organizing constitution cooperation pt goo p SPRING I SUMMER NOTIONS CARPETS TRUNKS CLOTHING Mans Boys Ladies Misses and Childrens Footwear of all Kinds THE LOGAN DRY GOODS GO Bead Quarters DRY GOODS ann JB S5 I rg ifSt s FOR Fnrnishiu Goods For a stylish hair cutand clean shave call on Joe Niklass the barbers New line of Gents Neckware justrc ceived at The Logan Dry Goods Co H M Ballou Co have erected a handsome awning in front of their store t Wheat Wanted Highest market price paid Address H C Potts Buckeye Ky 3800 Wanted 500 pounds and 1000 dozen eggs Hirfhes price paid at Blue Grass Grocerjff Dont be deceived the Old Reliable House Currey you can get the Best Goods at the lowest prices all the time Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor See W J line of before you S T now has plenty of oats hay and corn on hand for sale for cash Red Ash Bluegem and You will see largest and most complete line of all kinds of buggies surries pheatons and road wagons ever brought to Lancaster W J ROMANS Business is unusually good in this spring Almost every man and boy who has any inclination to work has a job and is getting good wages The chain gang has done fine work in cleaning the streets Twould be well if Marshal Pearce would flush a crap game or prayermeeting every few weeks Town Lots in Bryantsville for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville or particulars tf IRS HILLS Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C Our line of White Goods Wash Embroideries Laces Ginghams and Percales are of the newest you should see them before you buy The Logan Dry Goods Co One hundred second hand buggies surries phaetons and all kinds of vehicles to repair I am better prepared for Anything in this line than before Satisfaction guaranteed WVJ ROMANS Circuit Court The March term of the Garrard Court convened Monday Judge M C Saufley presiding In his charge to the grand jury Saufley called attention to the various laws and matters usually referred to in them as to their work There is not much business to be transacted and it is thought the will be pretty well cleared up at this term The juries are made up as follows GRAND JURY W P Tuggle PETIT JURY S D Davis Talis Randall PearceRHorner Tinsley Givens Terrill Robt A R Arnold ElmoreEJ H Raidey Robt Gulley NOTES There were seventeen indictments returned at a former term Standard Oil Co for peddling license but a test case having been sent up from Jessamine and the Oil company being exonerated the ones here were quashed The grand jury is hot after both old and young Mack Jennings col housebreaking two years John Stone col concealed weapons 50 and ten days Sam Francis col furnishing liquor on election day 100 The case against Virgil Mullins for killing another negro named Bud Fry over a crap game at Bryantsville xj cupied two days the jury returning a verdict of five years The case against McCoy for his fatherinlaw Whitehead about twelve years ago is now in progress McCoy was not arrested until two years ago and has since been in jail here the case having been postponed each court on of absent The grand jury is it hot for youngsters but they dont know nothing as is usually the case v f j y ng It Roma ne harness b Leaven BrilJ t coal for cash cheap J C Moss 2 Butter btat T Lancaster delinquents Fabrics designs Wanted pain nd ever Circuit Judge instructing dockets foremanJasSimpsonD LeavellJ DaltonB ArnoldT against the without crapshooters witnesses making festive no how s 4 a 1 ti Of file con kill account the to we er is al UP for of Of is Trunk and door keys fitted at Conns op Turnip greens are on the market 5cts per bucket All kinds of Carriage repairing painting etc at Cones shop Flora Mrs Ouida Flora aged thirtytwo wife of A D Flora former proprietor of the Madison Monument Works at Richmond died at Lexington as the result of a surgical operation Many Lancaster friends sympathize with Mr Flora in his bereavment Property Sold Judge Jas C Hemphill as sold to Squire Sam Johnson the old home place on Richmond street The tract contains ninety acres with handsome brick dwelling and all necessary outbuildings It is a desirable piece of property Price paid 10000 Squire Johnson will probably move to the place in a short time Larger Dynamos Mr Patterson of the electric light company tells us he has ordered a new dynamo to run the residence or lights The one now in use is not strong enough to accomo date the rapidiy increasing business and the purchase of a much larger one is absolutely necessary The opera house will be fitted with its full quota of lights as soon as this new mashie is put in Our Invariable Rule As the liquor question seems to be brewing we wish to reiterate our statement that those wishing the use of our columns must sign their names between those behind a nom de plume invariably grow monotinous to readers living of the immediate vicinity in question and call for more space than a paper can well afford to give to one matter Beside we dont care to use our type in heralding any mans views who is ashamed to sign his name thereto Spring Opening Saturday March 31st L having returned from the city with a big line of Spring goods of Clothing Shoes Dry Goods Motions Fancy Neckware Carpets Battings Etc invites tne public to come und see them before making spring purcuases We feel confident can save you money and will show you as nice assortment as you will find in larger towns On the above date all making a purchase from 5c up will be entitled to a chance on a fine rock which we will give away on that day Be sure and L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Ky The Politician Still Clamor The political situation in Kentucky in about as bad a muddle today as last week Several arrests have been and capitol policeman Davis The daily papers continue to say more sen sational arrests will be made Judge Field decided at Louisville in favor of Bejkham but the Taylor people will continue the battle in the courts Gens Castleman and Collier each claim to be the lawful adjutant gener and the state guards are dividing often and failed as many times to that no attention is paid to them The matter will be taken on to the highest court and a public will grin and bear it some time to come The general assembly adjourned sine Tuesday and if the members will all return home and go to work it will assist greatly in allowing public excitement tocool Bright Mason Honored Danville Advocate The special meeting of Franklin Lodge F A M last night will live long in of ali the Masons present To one especially jxjs the meeting a matter great moment It was called for the purpose of presenting to Henry G Sandifer a magnificent Past Masters jewel commemorative of his quarter a century as Master of the Lodge The gift is a handsome one to be thoroughly appreciated only by local members of the craft It is designed and fashioned of solid gold and one of the most expensive jewels now owned in the State The presentation speech was eloquently and feelingly made by Charlie N Smith It is needless to say that the big hearted recipient taken completely by surprise was by this further manifestation- of the love and esteem of his breth tin and could not give utterance with his lips even in the smallest degree to what his heart would have him say Mr Sandifer was first elected Master of the Lodge in 1869 and has served continuously with a few intervals of a year or so each This from his own lodge no doubt by him as deeply as would be any honor that could come to him from earthly source Leaven administrator incandescent articles Battles fighting outside R Jennings consisting come- R republican II prospectivema- terialize suffering to die tbe memories overcome have S a beautifully appreciated any 4 A All kind of wagon work done Conns shop Maple shade trees for saje al J C Thompsons The warm sun this week out the bees and idlers We have the garden seed at Blue Grass Grocery 200 pairs ladies shoes at less than cost sizes 1 to 4s Logan Robinson Mr Mahony will have charge of the music at the Baptist church next morning and evening Dr Goldstein the celebrated will be at the Garrard Hotel March 23 1900 He will remain one day only 2t To lied men important meeting will be held this Thursday evening and all members are requested to be present You may regret it if you fail Smith Currey Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialtj Office at R H Batsons dry goods store tf Saturday nights train was delayed at Paint Lick by reason of four on the day train jumping the track The writer was on board but as we had many passengers and a of twenty state guards wait was not tedious Willits Lecture Postponed The Lancaster Lyceum Company announces that the Dr Willits lect ure is postponed from Match 20 to date in April on account of The same company has engag ed Gen Jno B Gordon to lecture May 24 during the G A R meeting The general will also lecture at Stan ford on May 25 Making Nan Improv meats The Lancaster Flouring Mills will soon be remodeled and titled with the latest improved machinery A new engine has arrived and will be placed in position at once The engine now in service is one of the best in the state but is also used to run the light plant and as the mills will soon have to be run at night also it is necessary to have another engine This will give the company two new complete hullers and when the are put in nothing can stop them from work The new improv ments will cost much money but the firm is determined to keep abreast of the times sought Sunday optician Friday Danville boxcars detail aboard the some sickness engines and waterworks a best and Avery Cutting Harrows Plows Corn for sale at J B Conns Bicycles locks revolvers etc re paired at Conns shop Muths fresh every day at Blue Grass The Proctor Knott cigar leads all in easy drawing and See our Ladies Shoes that we are closing out at less than manufacturers cost LOGAN ROIJINSON For prompt attention and good work call at Joe barber shop next to T Curreys grocery Mr J C Thompson is having the front yard of his place graded which makes a decided improvment He now has one of the prettiest resident s in town Uiclil cil Letter Remaining in Lancaster post office week ending March 10 1JOO Miss Kate Cotten Henry Kidd W T Plummer Jr Wm T West P M Fresh homemade bread every day Fresh cakes of every description Meals served at all hours Oysters in any style Leave your orders for re ception refreshments R ZIMMKI rumors of another local option fight but we hope without foundation Frankfort in its most exciting times is a church yard com pared to Lancaster in a local option fight If such a battle should conic up we will sell out lock stock and barrel and go to the Philippines Sign Own Name Someone in sending us a report last week signed anothers name thereto It beame necessary to write to the sender and thus the cat was let out of the bag We must have of senders of news but the writer should not sign anothers name Give your own name its something should not be ashamed of A Hint To The Wise John Wanamamaker spends 325000 a year for advertising Seigel Cooper Co spends 2000 0 a year or near ly a thousand dollars a day for purpose There arc many local chants who would die of heart if they had to pay 2 a week for tising Is it any wonder that the mail order business is ruining the country merchants trade There are lows of reasons why the advertiser can sell goods cheaper than those why never advertise Ex t Planters Celebrates lyre d rc rYe XiI lass Th re are I I ttames I ou i merIt I et fragrant sniokc C sours end the C The Presbyterian church never a prettier appearance than last night when the marriage of Mr George A McRoberis and Miss Bessie Ballirv Burnsldc was solemnized The decorations were green and white palms and potted plants were used in great profusion and the brilliant electric lights produced an effect beautiful to behold Promptly at eight oclock the party preceded by the ushers Messrs Jm M Farra and R S Hughes entered the church to the sweet strains of Mendelssohns wedding march played by Miss May Z Ruches The bride was accompanied by her sister Miss Jennie and the groom came in by the opposite aisle accompanied by his hatman Mr Jack Rout Then came tIe brids maids Misses Mat tic Elkin Pearl Burnside and Letitia Brown groomsmen Messrs Pets MeRoj orts Thomas Skunks and Jno Mount A semicircle vvs forme at the where a beautiful and impressive ceremony was said by Rev S M Ran kin of Stanford The party then left the church crossurjj in front and down the right aisle They were driven to the handsome residence of R E McRoberLs on Danville street where one of the most receptions ever held in Lancaster wcs tendered them We regret that lack of space and time prevent publishing a ILt of the many guests present The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr Joseph She is a beauti ful young lady gifted with many charms which will make her a to the man of her choice She Was always been a leader in society md one of the most popular and be loved girls in the a untr The groom resides in Stanford where he is en gaged in tile drug business He is a young man of sterling abilities exem glary habits and industrious Xo young man in Lincoln county Iras more friends than Get jro McRoberts and that his career will be one of honor and usefulness goes without the sty The bride wore white Paris muslin over white silk trimmed in lace anti ribbon en train with white veil caught with iiilies of the volley and carried a bouquet of bride rases Miss Jennie was attired in accord fan plait white Paris and carried of white roses The brute wore preen organdy over white carried white rues The gentle men wore the conventional white kid flov3 After the the happy pair were driven to Stanford where they will make their home THE extends congratulations to Mr and Mrs McRoberts and wishes them and happy life I llrlHaut presented ender I altar coming r ell act Burn idc help- meet muslin a t along c13iu Large tea inched ltt nd ret entinn We want jjou to Call and Inspect our Handsome hines o f SHIRTS and NECKWEAR 1rr 1ifftV 1rYf1ffi1lf1YlYr11fY11f rff fTrrnJ rn rnJ ri1illff FFrlm IdI m rrtf rrtJ m rrt18 l rdb 1IJrnIf tnn1001111010111001000 I I I i I I I Ii iosaoedoc ao a fic aaa ooaooooo asooooo0oooooaoo oooooo o o e In Clothing and we j cdrr9lin s which are sure j to please 9ou- o 1 LOGAN I ROBINSON 111II II II t II II II II U I J Shoes r o o Neo N ao weoeoeoo OO 4ooooooda 444U r a WE GUARANTEE FEED TO BE CHEAPER THAN OATS AND Better than CornT- RY A SACK Telephone No 83 Bloc Grass xx x oo xxxxxx x xxxx oe oo x OAT I COil w w oooo 2 VIM I Grocery CENTRAL EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ONE ADVANCE 100- TSKM8 Six MONTHS 50 THREE 25 THURSDAY MARCH 15 LEXINGTON Brief View of the Pretty Little City and Peep at Her New Court House Running Procllvlte of Sonic of Her Citizens Demon Ye editor had occasion to nuke a brief visit to the pretty of the Bluegrass Saturday and notwith standing the fact that we only lAd a few hours to we had the plea ure of seeing a number of relatives and friends and take a peep at the new court house Much has been setting forth the beauty and of this building but no pic ture of it has been overdrawn in the least We have seen many fine public buildings but the one completed at Lexington is beyond all doubt the handsomest best constructed and most handsomely furnished we ever saw Each official has sepenite ap partments which are fitted with hand somest furniture carpets lights and in fact every convenience money could provide Every cent of the 255000 to have been used to the best and the citizens of Fayette are to be congratulated upon the use to which it was put The street car service is much bet ter than before There was plenty room for improvement and a few wrinkles could yet be pressed out The cars make faster time and are much cleaner yet it would not be a bad idea to require the strapping con ductors alight and assist ladies in and leaving We concluded they not do this because they were too bashful Our wife being here in Lancaster we stood at the opera house and watched the pretty girls come from the matinee and dear reader be lieve us when we say that sight oflov liness was one that would make any old rheumatic editor straighten up smooth back has matted hair and ad just his paper collar We heard a fel low say there were more girls to the square foot in Lexington than any place on earth we agree with him excepting Lancaster of course A striking feature of Lexington is her retail stores of them arc fully up to Louisville and Cincin tastily dressed and displayed as uptodate goods as the most could Occasionly I had cause to think of what Bill Nye said of his visit to Lex ington Bill said among other as Lexington is very industrious city can be seen running in all directions I used to run in all directions myself but now I dont touch liquor in any form Saturday night when I went to the C O to return home there just across the street I was told that Taylor had ordered the Lexington company to Frankfort had re to obey his commands and a ment A large squad of uniformed police some fifteen or twenty men in citizens clothes stood about nervously champing the bit waiting for the Everyone was on the qui vieve and expected to see the ar mory washed by blood when the troops arrived When the train came there sure enough sat a detail of twenty state guards in the smoker Then the that instead of the first report being true the po lice and sheriffs were to arrest Cabel Powers and Jno Davis who were with the Frankfort malitia and to escape the warrants charging them with complicity in murder A was made for the train and the writer who was awaiting to board that car was with the crowd and into the train One big red policeman grabbed us by the arm and wanted to know what we knew of Powers and Davis On being assured that we knew nothing of the case and cared a sight less he released his of steel and started for another fellow about our size heighth 5 ft 2 inches weight By this time the around the train numbered fully onethousand anxious men who stood with shoot and such was never heard of as those fleetfooted Lexing tonians made We have read of cat tie stampedes in the West but we never them the way those fellows at Lexington ran over one another to save their hides from perforation Each police man had a pistol while many of secondfiddlers or two Davis the commanding The soldiers 3 RECORD YJUB IN strated published careful entering exceedinglypret- ty fastidious nt neighborhood Lexington blank proceedingsSome FInally the officers bringing I thesoldiers 190 convenience 11 thin 92 lbs out anythinghk emerge gsa n in charge of a corporal were still on the train when we left it in and may be going yet for all we know One of them told us he fell in when commanded to do so at Frankfort and had since been obeying orders and didnt know or care much where they were bound for But re seen such running as that done when the cry Fight rang out Baggage trucks hacks sidewalk signs all went with the push A negro waiter was making for the train with a tray of hot coffee and sandwiches Negro tray and coffee went through the air as if in a cyclone One fellow caught a cup of hot coffee on his head and the oaths he fired at that coon would do justice to any sailor Most of the arresting party appeared to be brave gentlemen but as is usually the case there were a few of the this and Igad that kind who were bent upon making the crowd understand that they were there and what they were going to do Igad As the officers left the station with the prisoners the crow gradually returned and as the procession disappeared up the street a Boston man said to us Well your Kentucky riots are all mostly wind all Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds given away over ten million trial of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma and all diseases of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50 j and 1 Fvery bottle or price refunded 1m Sought by the South ern Mutual Invest ment Company GOES TO LOUISVILLE Lexington Leader Feb 28 1900 The Southern Mutual Investment Company will remove its general of fides from Lexington to Louisville This was reached at a of the directors held today follow ing the stockholders annual meet ingJames S Escott president of the Southern National Bank of Louisville and late National Bank Examiner was elected President of the company at the same The stockholders at their this morning elected the following board of James S J Bronston G M Asher J D cell D B Jones and A S Bowman The directors met immediately the adjournment of the and elected the following general officers S Escott M Asher Second VicePresident C J Bron ston Smith Bowman B Jones The directors also elected the trustees of the reserve fund J M Skain Chairman W J Lough ridge and J W Appleton The new President of the Southern Mutual Investment Company has a national reputation as a and made an enviable record as bank during the Cleveland and the first half of the administration resigning that of Louisville one of the strongest financial institutions of the He will add great strength to the Lex ington enterprise with which he has linked name and the will be that an incident of his acces sion to the presidency will be its to the Falls City The Leader called upon A Smith Bowman the secretary and general manager and him for a of the reasons for the change of headquarters Louisville is of course many times as large as Lexington Mrand a much better field for investment The business we now e y J r i Lancaster Lexington alLer public proprietors bottles absolutely B nclritis Hoarseness b guaranteed FIELD meeting after stockholders PresidentJames VicePresidentG SecretaryA TreasurerD following examiner administration McKinley presidency only regret removal statement Bowman hay 1p meeti Pu have on our books means the handling afford the proper facilities for the loaning of our rapidly accumulating reserve fund Will you remove to Louisville asked The Leader Yes and that to me is the unpleas ant part of the change I know it is for the best interests of the com pany to remove the general offices still it is a source of no little personal to be compelled to sever the so and ties formed here in early manhood The Southern Mutual Investment Company began operations in March 1894 It was the pioneer in its field and in the six years of its existence it has made a record for substantial growth that has seldom been surpass ed Its officers and directors have in cluded some of Lexingtons most suc cessful and men and its development is a source of much gratification to them The old Sayre purchased now being remodel ed will be retained by the company and a local office will be established there as soon as the offices are removed to Louisville Some men chew their plug tobacco Some men chew the tag Some men never work their jaw Except to chew the rag Some men put their ads in papers Some men put them on the fence Some men never advertise at all But they ought to have more sense Ret Hot From The Gun Was the ball that hit G B Stedman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25cts a box Cure Sold by R E McRoberts 1m A CRISIS There are times in the lives of men and nations when the whole future is determined by the events of a dayCit ies too have their critical moments Having gone up the scale of and moral life to a certain point there is imperative need AT ONCE higher or the toil and of the past are lost In almost every city there are found two elements the citizens One there is deserving but doing to bring to pass a clean city and a wholesome moral The other desires for of its own and usually puts into practice a government which if not wilfully viciousis at least inefficient The older citizens of Lancaster will remember the struggle which for years has been carried on here There was a period when the lawless almost entirely dominated all affairs political and moral was a frequent crime drunken rowdyism was so common as almost have lost its terrors saloons were not only countenanced and licensed but were handsomely supported But gradually the moral element grew The of desire formunicipal purity increased and the friends of reform felt that their hour had come They were not slow to seize the day the leadership of that noble Rev J C Prank the moral demanded and obtained the of the open saloons The saloon went but there came in its place that twin child of blind ti ger When the victory over the was won the temperance people at once disbanded their organization not so the whisky element From that day to this there has been a energetic determined preparing to bring back the old regime of liquor barrooms blood rowdyismOf way to do this was to render the local option law as in force so ineffective as to disgust many who had voted against the Then they quietly began to the suggestion that barrooms would be far better than blind the tigers cause as much disorder and bring in no revenue c c Of course they did not suggest one time the thought that all liquor revenue is BLOOD MONEY that same which abolished thesaloon could and should make a blind tiger an impossibility Did they that if the the saloon had caused drunkenness and menaced the with dangers so great as to arouse all moral public sentiment the blind tiger was creating for its a class of citizens who regard lying and perjury mate subterfuge of honor Not theyOur young men have been that the most indecent practices are legitimate is no crime if done in protecting a criminal and that even the churches of the town are legitimate places for disorder and mockery For years this has been in progress What man has lifted his or voice in protest But the crisis for this city has come There was more need for the righteous citizenship of this to arouse itself Let me point out to some reasons 1st There are SILENT but ACTIVE plans on foot to restore the OPEN SA LOON2nd A determined fight is being made to have the present city prohibiting the sale of liquors inoperative and 3rd To declare that there is now no local option law governing the city of Lancaster 4th The moral element is sick of blind tigers and their attendant evils and if that moral sentiment were crystalized about one purpose to de the tiger it certainly could be done 5th There is no choice here are evils as awful as both the blind tigers and the prospective open bar must be prohibited For these reasons and many others there ought at once to be a public law and order league to guard this danger and to preserve our honor J C MASSEE ww Mrs Calvin Zimmerman Mielsburg Pa says As a speedy cure for coughs colds croup and sore throat One Min ute Cough Cure is unequaled It is pleasant for children to take I heart ily recommend it to mothers It the only harmless remedy that produc es immediate results It cures bron chitis pneumonia grippe and throat and lung diseases It will prevent consumption F P Frisbie 1m D f i i lt s million regret I Bankbuilding recently treatment guaranteed Druggist intellectual to- go achievements contending little government atmosphere reasons criminally element Then murder Under champion element abolition hellthe saloons silent organization saloon circulate ti ers sentiment absolute whisper community protection deception sportthat p rjury drunkenness never community ordinance between evilsboth helland forever r you i Severest TrialU- ntilrecent years womans severest trial has been the bringing of children into the world Todaynearly all the discomfort are avoided by those mothers who use Mothers Friend that wonder ful liniment made famous by the it has done It is used externally That is the only sensible to relieve morning sickness headache tightness or rising breast of children no longer be dreaded Mothers Friend called a Godsend by mothers this land Sold at drug stores for j by The Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga Write for ocr Baby is Born PAINT LICK Several from thissection are attending court at Lancaster this week and A difficulty occurred in the Leaf was not hurt The farmers are getting in their work since the cleared up Judging from the number of tobac co that are being burnt a large crop of the filthy will be put in A district has been cut off in the Leaf neighborhood and a district school house will be built in the near future something that has been badly needed a long time Mr Speaks is running his saw mill to its fullest capacity and is turning out a lot of lumber George Fowler the little eightyear boy of Mr John Fowler a worker from away back he goes to the field and breaks his thirty pounds ev ery day Mrs Annie Adams will give an en tertainment at the close of her school mother and child are both doing well Pleas is as proud as a peacock and steps as high as a blind horse Notwithstanding the cold disagree weather the Miss Fannie Wallace conducted theSunday school at Leaf in the of the regular superintendent in the most satisfactory manner she visited the in the neighborhood and got them interested Little boys that use to go fishing on Sundays are now mem bers of the school and are now regular attendants Miss Fannie is a devout Christian and has a warm place in the hearts of everybody in that neighborhood Does It Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds Is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if notpossible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not on ly heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays Inflammation causes easy expectora tion gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Reccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale be C C J E Stormes STONE James Littrell sold a bunch of shoats at 4c per pound Teater brothers had a nice cow to get her leg broken a few days ago and she was in such a bad condition it was necessary to kill her T L Sanders bought of Hansford Land and Son a bunch of shoats at 2 and 3 per head T L Sanders and William went to Lexington last week with a Mr Dillard Littrell who was moved from Jessamine to the home of his sis ters Mrs Bell Simpson last week re mains very ill Born to the wife of Samuel Case on the 27th ult a boy withtheMesdames Wm Wall of Judson Ben Brown and James Martin of Paint Lick were the guests of Mrs C M Moberley last Friday Mrs Wm Moberley visited her sister Mrs N T Grow last Monday Mr and Mrs C W visited his father Mr In sko of Hanley last week Mr and Mrs Jackson of Buckeye were the guests of the latters grand parents Mr and Mrs George Anderson Miss Nora Ray of Buckeye visited her aunt Mrs a of last week Little Miss Mabel Crutch field was the guest of her cousin Miss Minnie Ray of Buckeye part of last week C S and bride after several visit with relatives in Jessamine returned to the home of his parents to resume his duties as clerk MarySpauldingare relatives and friends in this neighborhood Miss Myrtle is visiting relatives at Han ley Mrs A Ford has returned home from a two months visit with relatives in Texas It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival of a doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drug store there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in he left word for him to come at once on his return He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough remedy which he hoped would give some relief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the child was much better gist Mr Otto Scholz says the family has since recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their neighbors and friends until he has a constant de mand for it from that part of the country For gale by R 13 McRob erts Druggist 1m Woman s sickness t allover bottleand free Illustrated book entitled Before L attending betweenDavid stabbed ofPleas t Whitaker aload L M The drug nod WE ARE SHOWING THE LARGEST CHEAPEST AND PRETTIEST LINE OF WallWe have ever had 2 COME AND SEE Drug Store Paver IT i MoRoberts Q A man named E Presson of Pres sonville Kans wrote a letter the other day saying the opinion of in his town who has used Foleys Honey and Tar is that it is the very best medicine for la grippe colds coughs etc C C J E Stoames 1m MARKSBURY Miss Tine Johnston of Marcellus been attending school at return home will commence a select school at Pleasant Hill school house on the new Danville pike Monday March 19th Dixie is one of our brightest young certain gentleman service at the Fork church quite often of late We think that one of our most charming ladies is the attraction Sunday afternoon Rev B A Copas organized a Bible class at the Fork church Young people are especially invited to attend will meet every Sunday afternoon at3 oclock Mrs John Baughman of Richmond visited her sister Mrs T M Arnold last week Misses Rella and Allie Arnold of Lancaster visited Misses Sallie and Lee Herring Sunday Mr F K Belle Kauffman of jSicholasville were married at the Gilcher Hotel Danville by Rev B A Copass March 6th Mrs Wm Long has been ill for some time Mrs M L Anderson began a select shool at Mason School house Monday and Miss Kate West is teaching at Mar cellos I SundayGeorgetown- will teachers- A Sutton everybody attends Tuesday JuffSrnoffe find I When yeCdJZ1le relief A great many people suffer from their teeth Many of them could find relief if they would let us put their teeth in good condition We do our work so carefully as to reduce the pain to a minimum we do it so as to insure perfect threafter FIND A FLAW IF YOU CAN IN THE ARTIFICIAL TEETH we finish fit and yes you can have your money back The work is of such superior quality that we have no hesiiation in making this statement Filling with finest amalgam or gold and done without pain Durability of the work guaranteed We only use the finest material Our fillings are works of art Teeth extracted 25 cents amalgam fills 7s5c fine gold fills 150 a good set of teeth 500 All work done by experts DR HOBSON Dentist Office next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Office open at night intelligently makequality pricesand extracting- is finest Jake Clouse bought 13 hogs for 833 W H Furr is building a new barn J B Parks sold 71 acres of land to W G Gooch last week Wm and Jake Clouse sold a bunch of hogs to Wm Lawson for 50J B Rout spent Friday H Furrs Mr and Mrs Web Faulkner returned from Muncie Indiana last week Mrs W II Furr is on the sick list Cleveland Spangler spent and Sunday at W H Furrs Mr Joe Francis sold part of his farm to Mr Williams last week To secure the orginal witch hazel salve ask for Witch Hazel Salve well known as a certain cure for piles and skin diseases Beware of wotbless counterfeits They are dangerous F P Frisbie 1m BRYANTSVILLE Mr Richard Ballard visited his son in Paint Lick last week Mrs Burdett who has been sick for quite a while is much improved at this writing Miss Susie Higgins and have been visiting rela tives in Paint Lick Mrs Nannie Hughes and little granddaughter of Danville are guests of Mrs Haselden this week Miss Baker of Lexington is visiting her aunt Mrs Jno Proctor who resided near here has moved to Boyle County Dr Letcher who bought the Tom Adams place has sold it to Mrs Moore of Hustonville For all pulmonary troubles COUS SENS HONEY OF TAR taken in the early stages proves a certain and sure specific It is equally effective in croup and whooping cough and if used in season prevents the further development of consumption Price 25 and 50 cents C 1m CHESAPEAKE L- k OHIO Railway Time in effect JanJl9CO STATIONS 600pmLexington 8 00am 5 50pm 1205nn 840am 630pm JItSterllng 12SOnn 945pm 915am 705pm 650am 340pm Philadelphia 1015am 705pm 1240nn STATIONS LvNewVork i 5 COpml Philadelphia 1020am 731pm 700am 410pm 550am 2I2pm Winchester 725am 438pm 622am 245pm Ar 800am 510pm 700am ArLoulsville II 00am 800pm Through Trains run to and from New York trains run For slet car reservations or information write or telephone GEOWBARNEYD PA LEXINGTON KY Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 a m Number 6 Daily Stop 1 33 pm Number 4 Daily Flag 356 a m Number dont stop 3 6 SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops 1146 am Number Daily except Sunday 11 12 am Dumber 9 Dally except Sunday 755 pm Number Midnight flay ll42p Coldiron at Saturday DeWitts Henry CJEStormes EAstaDO r 9 OSpm 800am ton 1110pm 3 Wpm m when flaged FLAT WOODS W r sra 9 EST f30 Nom 215pm 5 p QUIT WEARING That have been through the winter storms and call and see our new stock bought at old prices and to be sold at old prices Our New Clothing For Men Boys and Youths is immense and about the Finest and Best ever brought to Danville Old prices OUR NEW HATS AND CAPS Just all colors shapes sizes and prices Great Bar gains in these OUR NEW SHOES In Tans Blacks all Sizes Styles and Patterns will catch your both your purse and your feet IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THE GLOBE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded MILLER HIRSH Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY Cloth n Hat an Sho 1 receivedin eyefit S a E S7 Heavy ITT1 mil ROOFING FLOORING ACSJHEJ STANFORD KY SIDING CEILING LATHS ETC PRICES PROMPT DELIVERYLOW We are now IN THE CITIES Selecting the Ever shown in Lancaster Watch for announcement sum D nun ORGANIZED 1883 Handsomest Millinery 1 ITIZMS NATIONAL BANK- OF LANCASTER FT Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed I K HIGOINBOTHAM Prealden- Lswis Y LIAVILL VIcePresIdent B F HUDSON Cashier W O BISNEY Assistant CD WALKKE Booiieepai DIRECTORS LEWIS Y LZATZLL B F HUDSONT M ABWOLD R KiNNAIRD INSURANCE Resreseitinj Follow ioj Compiles AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchaiitile Aetna Life lDSCo9f Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Garrard Hotel Lancaster Friday March 23 1000 One day only returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted SPRING 1900 Trees Plants Vines Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden The largest stock in Kentucky of Fruit and Ornamen tal trees Grape vines Strawberry plants Asparagus Rhubarb and goods ordinarily grown in such an establishment General Nursery and Strawberry to be had on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatItartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and or gans It is thelatest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in In relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach SickHeadacheGastralgiaCrampsand Prepared by E C DeWltt A Co Chicago F P Frisbie Lancaster Lodge No 104 Cash JMHIGGINBOTHAX JJ WALKEP reconstructing r S rarc 0ll r s FAMStated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master G B SWI1BROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money loaned on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co HEMPWANTED I will the cash for hemp delivered at the de ill Lancaster or at my home at Hiattsville B sister 1 WEST CENTRAL RECORD THURSDA MARCH IS igoo ROOT R H Batson is at the Infirmary in Stanford Mrs Mollie Young visited friends in Danville Tuesday Mrs F B Fissinger and daughter were in Danville Monday Miss Sallie B Ray of Buckeye is visiting her friend Miss Pearl Ross Miss Altie Marksbvry was the at a cinch party Friday evening Miss Mary Burnside was in Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives Miss Mary Welch a charming Xich olasville belle is the guest of Miss Mattie Elkin Mr J W Ramsey of Beelick this vicinity this week visiting old friends and relatives Mrs Banks Hudson has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Lexington and ificholasville Capt Sam Miller of Knoxville is here this week mingling with old friends He reports his family well Miss Lula Graham will arrive to take cnarge of the trimming department of Noel sisters millinery store Fifteen or twenty local Odd Fellows visited the Danville lodge Monday night and are praising the Danville brethren for the royal treatment re ceivcd Mrs Eugenia D Potts and Miss Eugenia D Denny are the guests for a few days of Mr and Mrs II C Ten nings and will be glad to greet all their old friends Pretty little Miss Lettie May Me Roberts was given first prize for an essay written for the CourierJournal which reflected much credit upon one of her tender age Carlisle Mercury W H Harris and wife left Monday for Chicago where they go to meet with the Ticket Association and from there they go on a fifteen days to Florida During the cold spell Mr Sanfley Hughes fell and hurt his knee It didnt cause much trouble until a few days ago when he was compelled to take his bed and suffer much He is up and about but the joint remains stiff requiring him to say his prayers standing Mr and Mrs A H Rice will prob ably move to Nashville shortly to make that city their permanent home Howard is on the road all the time cannot come here more than a month His territory consists of Kentucky Tennessee Georgia and other southern states There are sixteen portraits of the fair and patriotic daughters of the South in the April number of The Delineator The article that they illustrate deals with The Patriotic Work of Southern Women It is a testimonial to the ability of southern women for public organized work Waldon Fawcett is the author and he touches his subject most sympathet ically t r oOt UaCO 001 0 00 0000 00 hostess Monday National excursion and twice J 1 r o00ooo4oaooooo00oo0oooGooooc REORhEy ooo y 1 i r t win r 1 i i a 1 1 r 1 J is wish to call especial attention to our immese line nf We have it in all shades and tints and give fiveyears guarantee with each bill sold If you are thinking of painting let us interest you in BEST PAINTS MADE F 3P ESISnSIES ZDanjL1 Store J CJ We E I r IS j I y by Mrs Robt Embry is visiting friends in Lexington Mr Prewitt of thePaulane Clothing Co was here Monday Mrs Lizzie Beazley Hays of ford visited this city Monday Miss Sallie Lou Myers is in Danville visiting her sister Mrs Jack J M Logan is in the city this week buying more spring and summer goods Mr Graham Price and wife of Dan ville visited Mrs Mattie Frisbie Mrs Elizabeth Denny is visiting Misses Elisa and Jane Lusk near Paint Lick Mrs Sam Haselden has from a visit to her parents in 2fich olasville Miss Stella Ballou of Stanford has been the guest of her brother Mr H BallouMisses Annie Austin and Georgie Henry visited relatives and friends in Danville Sunday Dr E Evans and daughter Mrs A D Ford have returned from a pleas ant visit to relatives in Texas Miss Belle Coffman of Nicholasville and Mi Fred Sutton of Lower Gar rard were married the past week Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith left Tuesday for the cities to purchase a line spring and summer millinery Mrs Jno Baughman of Richmond was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs Thompson Arnold who contin ues very low Miss Coffey of Hustonville who is the guest of her sister Mrs Fuller was given a surprise crokonole party Tuesday evening Judge Alcorn of Stanford one of brainest lawyers as well as most sociable gentleman in the state has been attending the Lancaster court this week John Sam Owsley familiarly dubbed Lancaster boys as The Common wealth is on hand at court and mak ing lawbreakers think this is a hard world to live in Mr Winston W Wiseman of Dan ville was in town yesterday on busi ness lIe paid THE RECORD office a Call and being an old chum his visit was quite enjoyable j Richmond Registei 3Iiss Amy Davidson a charming young lady of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Bessie Turley Miss Lucy Francis of Gar rard visited her sister Mrs G W Ballew near Kingston this week Hon Robert Harding of Danville was here several days last weekattend ing to some legal business He also attended court this week Bob has a lot of warm friends over here who are for him for anything he wants from constable to president A chewing gum stand at the en trance to the Lexington opera house would prove a gold mine to the owner provided all who used the article would buy their supply from this stand I Last Saturday afternoon the house was crowded with girls mostly of the TeHe age Almost every jowl in the house was wagging with untiring energy Occasionally they would all work simultaneously and at most of them wagged in perfect time with the orchestra It must be amus ing to actors to see every jaw in the audience working up and down like the treadle of a sewing machine a I Sunday onetime I Sta Venet return d J in in OOOOt OOQ and line of Millinery for the quality ot the goods ever shown in Lancaster We pay CASH for our goods and sell for CASH therefore can afford to sell for a VERY SMALL PROFIT Give us a trial and we will prove what we say Watch for our an nouncement of Grand Opening this spring TIlE NOEL SISTERS JUST T1E CITY With the Prettiest Nobbiest our t a a is a us of 11 er to Crow Dillon is much improved and able to be about Will Lusk accompanied his brother George to New Mexico- n Smith has returned from weeks visit to relatives in Boyle Miss Mary Carpenter of visiting her cousin Mrs Mrs Geo D Robinson and Mrs Judge Walker are in Louisville this week Mrs Will Hutchinson of Boyle spent last Friday with Mrs Wm Berkele Rev H N Faulconer of Hillsboro Mrs II M Ballou who has been quite ill is much improved we are glad to note Mrs J R Mount and son John of LaGrange are visiting her brother Mr R E McRoberts Miss Florence Harris left Wednesday evening for Centralia Mo to visit her friend Mrs R L Cox who will be remembered as the handsome Miss Pearl Holcomb Feed for Sale Such as corn on the ear crushed corn and cob meal Baled hay cut fodder straw and hay for making chop feed Alspthe best Blue Gem and Jellico coals obtainable Give us part of least which will be S T Leaven Son x tf Mt Vcrnon Dear RECORD Having neglected writing so long feel most as awkward as a boy writing his first letter but will not be so neg lectful any more I have been here now 18 months and the more I know the people here the better I like them Rockcastle county in connection with her good people has some very good land and some lying almost flat But the majority is hanging and standing Two rail roads run through the county intersecting at Livingston the of the K C branch of the L If Our town is a typical mountain town inhabitants 3 churches stores 2 black smith shops saw and gristmill Hon R G Williams is county judge McMiller county clerk I Griffin circuit clerk Henry Cat ran sheriff and George Griffin jailer Owing to the fact that circuit court has just closed I believe our jailor now has the largest family of any of the county officers We can discount Lan caster for lawyers having them in abundance from 80 years old to young ones There has only been live killings in the county since I came here The most noted case on our criminal docket now is the E murder case transferred from Laurel county here on charge of Venue What has became ofPaint Licks correspondent also Wallaceton only wakes up about once in three months While I am very well satisfied with my new home never shall forget the many kind ness of my friends at Paint Lick May they live long and prosper and a have many fine fox chases W F Champ was over a week ago Billy stopped with your scribe but while he was very glad tosee me I am inclined think he came to see another Good luck to you Louis Very truly W T SHORT Now Is the Time To have your cistern cleaned while its full of water We do not take out but little water and leave your perfectly free from dirt and trash Satisfaction guaranteed Call on T Hatcher 28lm While sittingin chair athis home Elkhorn Taylor county Sidney Murray aged seventyseven years fell over dead A negro guilty of criminal assault was killed by members of his own race Mississipi A Little Known Fact That the majority of serious diseases originate in disorder of the kidneys in Foleys Kidney Cure is guaranteed Try it today if youre not feeling well CC lm e Miss John visited at term in about 800 K Wilson cistern J E 11 Hustonci Rif appreciated N his Stormes- w C in or of Of R 000 on to at Look Before You Leap An exchange makes the following sensible suggestion which should be heeded by the purchasing public When you receive flattering announcements through catalogues sent out by supply houses from distant cities merchant and price the same that has attracted your attention the catalogues In most cases you find it as cheap in price oftener quality and then you save express freight to say nothing of patron ixing home industry RED CIRCLE PILL SPACE THE SONG OF THE SHIRT Is not half as pathetic as the song the poor woman who is eternally groaning under the weight of the agony common to her sex We cant go in details here She will find them together with the remedy in a box of Red Circle Pills ARE YOU SWEET Maybe you are too sweet You indeed if you have Diabetes When your doctor tells you that you have it and that he cannot cure you then take a Red Circle Pill every night un til all the sugar disappears from your urine It will cost you less than one visit from your doctor and will relieve you WHAT is IT we mean What ever it is people continue to die with it You can be an exception to the rule if you want to If you have any kidney left at all you can be cured The Red Circle Pills will take the pufflness out of your eyes the pain of your back the wax out of your complexion and the albumen out of your urine Nature will do the rest EPILEPSY When Epilepsy is the result of some injury to the brain or spinal cord it may be safely asserted that the victim the disease will forever remain a victim until death relieves his suffer ings unless the case be one that may be relieved by a surgical operation But nine cases out of ten of Epilepsv are due to the results of a torpid liver The Red Circle Pills always relieve torpid liver Nature will do the rest Sold at Stormes drug store and Fris bies pharmacy Warrents were issued at Mt Vernon by County Judge Williams against E K Wilson now of Williamstown and R Ewell of London son of the Hon R L Ewell charging them with having tampered with the jury wheel used in the Circuit court at Mt Ver non Wilson was allowed bail of 1 which he gave to appear for trial next Friday A special bailiff was sent to London to serve the warrant Ewell Former Gov Bradley and Judge Yost are working on an amenned an swer to be filed in the TaylorBeck ham case A conference of attorneys for Taylor was called for last night We have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home We keep bottle open all the time and any of my family or myself begin catch cold we begin to the Cough Remedy and as a result we have to send away for a doctor and incura large doctor bill for Cough Remedy never fails to cure It is certainly a medicine of greatmerit and S MKAKK LE General Merchant and Farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by R E McRoberts druggist The United States Government has made a formal proffer of mediation to Great Britain for the purpose of end ing the South African war but Salisbury has declined our offer with thanks My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months She was attended by two physicians who She procured one 25cent bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy and five doses gave her permanent relief I take pleasure recommending it as the best on the market MRS F E WATSON A iken I er mammoth locale Brights Disease lout whenever never Chamberlains worthD m Premier last pronounced her case hopeless Druggist attic bet use 1 is to by n JT1 PREACHERSVILLE Wm Bennett of Williamsburg was here a few days ago seeing after his farm James Rigsby sold 25 ewes to Robt Holtzclaw for 550 per head also 8 shoats at 3 cents sheepinH Thompson sold some hogs to Rice Benge for 3fc Hay is selling here at 65c Hugh Surgant while trying to cross the river last week had a narrow for his life His wagon turned over and he waded out carrying two children in his arms He was com pletely exhausted One of his horses was drowned J B Hutchins is suffering intensely with a carbuncle on his face B Y Hobbs is somewhat improved since our last report J J Thompson is able to be out again There will be a protracted the Baptist church this week probably longer Wm Cummins of Rockcastle coun ty visiting his brother Uucle Flem Cummins this week Miss Gasti naugh of Lancaster is visiting friends here fora few days Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard ofAppendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the of the liver stimulate the and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale C C J E Stormes Secretary Wilson of the Trotting association Lexington wired to the Rev Chas R Shelton who is to run the Topeka Capital as Christ would run it offering him an ad of the fall trots Mr Wilson has received no answer from Dr Sheldon yet Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is DrKings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health that changes weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in up the health Only 25c per box Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist lm NEW TIN SHOP I have opened in con nection with Robin sons hardware store a TIn Shop and am prepared to do very best of ROOFING GUTTERING and REPAIRING Wm Mattingly an hand is in charge We guarantee Satisfaction Low Prices J B Collier J illJ escape meeting- at and- re largest Biliousness action nervous r building Fin lul I expert I r I i s j March and April are ideal painting months Our stock of White Lead Linseed Oil and roofing Paint is the best We carry the brands of fine hard oil and fillers for interior finishes also the leading makes of Paint and Varnish Brushes Our Prepared Paint is guaranteed THE BEST BtarniEs SterEo Acme Cement Plaster Lime Cement Plaster and Hair TIlE OLD RELIABLE FIRM OF LILLARH V STOUT DANVILLE KY v sf Take pleasure in announcing to their Garrard County y friends that they have a jj Complete Line of the Best PAINTS AND BRUSHES PAINT YOFR HOUSES EARLY them a Call They save you Money PAiNT YOUR HOUSES Varnishes Drug ta ta f ta ta taf f W J t VAR JSHES Ghe IT T W S 4 andard ti t tooooosvooooo00oooooaoe oopoo 0- t w McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOEKTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY NATIONAL BANK I493 THT CAPITAL f5iooooo t f OF SURPLUS 00000 t 10 LANCASTER A R DENNY President JNO E STOKMKS Vice President S C DENNY Cashier KY g 1 F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr R T EMBRY BookKeeper DIRECTORS Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnalrd Sam IDCochran Burton s Ir fi r p7 LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON 1 Fox ST This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky having been recently equipped with The Marvelous The new discovery in optical science I wish to say to the Ladies that Lenses FLATTEH Just received a Large Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mould ings Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph to the most Elaborate Paintings among the lot is the New French FLEURDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that require a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get ourprices We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite so i Office 5 i fir rGZZery f I Lenses These I J E NVILLE 8nastiz ate Vii t fr W There are dozens of remedies recommended for afford temporary relief but S S S is absolutely the remedy which cures it nBHIGUJ Rcrofula of the most obstinate deepseated blood diseases and is the reach of lilminRlfi IliSRBRB many socalled purifiers and tonics because more a mere tonic is required equal to any blood trouble and never fails to cure it goes down to the seat of the disease thus permanently eliminating every trace of the taint The to which Scrofula surely leads should impress upon those afflicted with it the vital im Ji portance of wasting no time upon treatment which can SSaSIPsI swellings have resulted for which the doctors insist that a dangerous surgical operation is necessary Mr of which had to be lanced and caused me much I ty was treated for a long while but the physicians were un able to cure me and my condition was as as when I sifn their treatment Many blood remedies were used ffvB but without effect Some one recommended S S tfr I began to improve as soon as I had taken a few bottles MfrContinuing the remedy I was soon cured permanently have never had a sign of the disease to return Specific S S S TE3E BLOOD deepseatedbloodlocalled tonics etc all sufferers from blood troubles can promptly cured of enduring years of which gradually but surely undermines Jie S S is guaranteed purely and never fails to cure Scrofula Contagious Blood Poison Boils placeBooksSwift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia J ONlY O CURE FOR SCROFULA S S S Is Onlyr Scrofula some of them no doubt ablO Equal to this isone b yond I s S His seriousconsequences wrongtreatment H E Thompson Ga writes A bad case of Scrofula broke out on the glands of my neck Sand FOR be Eczema f luLl something t1 j stead Cattle for extra good yearlings G A Swinebroad For sale A firstclass Jersey cow with calf about a week old No 1 milker Apply to A W Kavanaugh Ten hogsheads of Jessamine county tobacco sold in Louisville last week at from SG20 to 1150 During the week ending Feb America shipped to foreign countries 3490000 bushels of corn i Sale37 long 7 Mailed free for lion heads cut froze Uon Coffee and a 2cent stamp An unusually fine picture from the brush of the Gabriel Max It is founded on Chamissos The Lions Bride The is interesting and we send with each picture a hand some folder containing copy and telling about 15x20 inches Dorothy and Her Friends t 2 II II A bright cheery picture For 8 lion heads and a 2c stamp A cheery picture represent ing with her and her rabbits The predominating are rich and greens Size 14x28 inches For 10 lion heads and 2cent stamp wo will mall for banging a chickens ready During the five days of the sale of trotters at Lexington last week 283 sold at an average of 272 Poindexter a green trotter belong ing to the estate of John Embry soW at Lexington last week for 86250 Jim Hamilton and Will Yard ship ped to the south this week a car load of horses costing on the average of 890 per head There were some top py ones in the bunch Mr Ward went with them ONo one knows the unbearable tor ture one undergoes from piles unless they are so afilicted TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE aOrSTMEXT is a quick safe and painless cure Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Going Down IIH- IPeogle suffering from kidney diseases feel a gradual butsteady loss of vitality They should ose no time in trying Foleys Cure It is guaranteed C C J E Stormes 1m Mr Jake Robinson bought of Leb anon sevenmonthsold bull which weighs 700 lbs He is an unusually fine one and unusually large for his age This breed of stock is becoming quite the rage The Kentucky Futurity Stake of 20000 for foals of 1900 to start in 1902 and 1803 will closo the 15th of Jtlns month with an entrance fee of 5 per mare It is the largest stake of the kind ever offered M B Smith Rutternut Mich says DeWitts Little Early Risers are the very best pills I ever used for liver and bowel troubles F P Frisbie 1m There is a shortage of at least twen ty per cent in the burleycrop of Ken tucky Manufacturers who are hold ing back expecting to secure cheap tobacco later on had best think the matter over a little bit and get their selection of tobacco before too late The market will certainly go no lower on the present crop and all indications point to prices getting at least three or four cents higher on the better grades before the next crop comes to the market The Weed Couldnt help getting a cold never cures it but carrying home a bottle ol COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR and using it as directed will cure the worst kind of cough or cold Price25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Boer means farmer The Boers are a nation of farmers They are given mostly to stock raising for which their wide grassy plains are well adapted Rev W E Sitzer W Caton N Y writes I had dyspepsia over twenty years and tried doctors and medicines without benefit I was persuaded to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it help ed me from the start 1 believed it to be a panacea for all forms of iiidi gestion It digests what you cat F P Frisbie 1m Here is an item that farmers will be interested in A recent test at the Iowa experiment station of the shrink age of corn in the crib developed the following facts on October 8th 1898 I Kidney costiveness parties a Hereford QQ STRENGTH PURITY AND FLAVOR Itzw Stylish BeltBuckle Handsomely with Roman finish and set with colored jewel in the center This will be colored sashes The goldfinish goes well with any of them Given lion heads a 2cent stamp Ladies Apron bythe Childs Drawing Book- A collection of nice outline pictures bound form with sheets of tissue theleaves On these tissue the children can trace the pictures beneath thus enjoyment as well as instruction to the and eye These drawing books and the box well together There are six different kinds and each Naval Box Kite See it Fly The box kite novLso rpopular J and and older I also iw are interested nailed free for 40 lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2cent stamp between a2centI celebrated ches safelyfolded quiCklybe EveryAmerican wants one UI o 7000 pounds of ear corn were husked and stored in a crib constructed to mako conditions normal Tn tho first three months the loss was 030 pounds or 9 per cent For the next three months the loss was 300 lbs or 5 per cent for the third three months 190 pounds or 2 57 per cent The aggregate loss was 1430 pounds or more than 20 per cent Are you sick If so investigate the merits of HERBINE It is a medicine the dose is small yet it quickly produces the most results digestion improves the lips and cheelcs lose their pallor the eye becomes brighter and the step elastic Price 50 cents e 3 E Stormes 1m There seems to be very little rhyme or reason in the relative position of cattle hog and sheep values While hogs are 1 higher than a year ago sheep fully higher and lambs 2 higher the bulk of the beef cattle are now 1 to 125 lower than they were at the high point of the season and lower than they were a Year ago The best cattle io fat this month have sold at SG10 best hogs at best sheep at 540 and best lambs at S720 The bulk of the beef cattle are now selling at 460 to 525 and buyers are acting in a very bearish manner Farmers Home Journal A R De Flunt editor of the Jour nal Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side He says My right arm at times was entirely useless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to receive almost immediately The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never fails For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist The wonderful colt Flying Fox of many of the richest stakes in England last year including the Der by and which was owhed by the late Duke of Westminister was sold last week for 196000 the highest price ever paid for a horse Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children Ic is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough For sale by R E McRoberts lyr The Winchester Sun says local from Manilla state that the receipts of hemp at all ports in the Phillipines during 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effect on the price of hemp as the news was discounted on the re port that the total amount of hemp in the islands at the opening of the ports was 200000 to 250000 bales Of this amount about 135000 bales have already reached the ports leaving somewhere from 65000 to 115000 bales to arrive This hemp which has been waiting will be rushed to the shipping ports but after that re ceipts will be light as the natives near Leyte Samar and other hemp centers are fighting instead of raising hemp It is predicted that hemp will not fall under ten cents per pound this year although some consumers declare they are confidently looking for sixcent hempChildren often inherit feeble diges tive power and colic of a more or less severe character results wRen food is taken which is at all dillicult to digest WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE acts as a general and permanent tonic Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes 1m lambs have sold at satisfactory prices which are somewhat with active domestic distribution and good export demand Good heavy muttons at Chicago have sold at readily spring lambs 7 to 715 and fair to medium to 675 Feed lag lambs 50 to 575 The exports of Argentina show what competition we meet in mutton In 1891 the ex ports of frozen wethers were 1960000 and live sheep 421000 lingering LuGrippo Cough G Vacher 157 Osgood St Chicago says My wife had a very severe case of lagrippe and it left her with a very bad cough She tried a bottle of Fo leys Honey and Tar and it gave relief A 50 cent bottle cured her cough entirely Price 25c and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The Farmers Home Journal sums the tobacco market as follows This week s market made some improve ment over last week The offerings have been large and included a rather greater percentage of good leaf than week On Wednesday the bidding was especially on the grades including medium and good leaf and com mon leaf also stiffened up perceptibly Good red fillers were pronounced 150 to 2 higher than last week Colory kinds were high last 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