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JTJ VTJET YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTEXOON MARCH 22 1900 DOLLAR A YEAR tAi- r t tU rn et0t1f ft i c 51 ONE y c r yr F Class NUMBER DRAM e All Heights Now is the time to Build your Fences Dont Wait J J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors N roa R l ll Poilliry ettill I Lost Pricer t Kase c f Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets I Knights of Pythias 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 visiting LOCAL TIMETABLES I taxed pusses Lancaster 1110 Northbnd Mixed 335 p M- Xorthbnd Passgr 252 A M South bnd 1228 A M A t I South bua Y LANCASTER AND VJCINITyr 1 eeeeeeoeaooooeooeeeeeeeweeoocoa weeeeo woeweoo eoeeo ooa ee0ee00o00 I I Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor All kind of wagon work done at Conns shop Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Some strictly new cultivated for sale Banks Hudson 419 Dont fail to see the Merchant Tai loring display at J C Hemphills March 20th 1000 Remember that I have suit and pant patterns to select from instead of small Samples J C Hemphill We exercised great care in selecting our stock of Ladies Hosiery and you to call and inspect same J JOSEPH General Gordon The Lancaster Lyceum has a contract for Gen Gordon for a to the G A R on May 14th Smith Agents for Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Office at R H Batsons dry goods store tf Having gotten some outside off of my hands I will give my entire time and attention to the ing business this spring and summer and will DC glad to have my old friends and customers call and see me and I will promise each one to give them en tire satisfaction in the lit of a suit overcoat or pair of pants Some Timely Advice Some of the bluegrass towns are working to get factories remarks an exchange If they begin right and continue in that way they will In the lirst place they have got to swallow some medicine themselves Theyve got to gulp down that old idea that a man who works for daily wages at hard manual labor is not as good as the dude or dudine who is living sumptously from what their mamies and daddies laid up by years of toil or otherwise Explode your old blooded idea consider the working man as good as the best give us good and wholesome laws and decent courts to enforce them and invite they will come But a man who knows whereof he speaks said not long ago that there is very little encourage want in Kentucky for one to bring children to grow up where all man have not an even in the race of life and thats just what I am go ing to do said he I I J 4r909ggClClClUClIJ gggggggUnnn hemp- seed invite lecture Currey Danville business tails r J succeed factories and hi change company C1IEMPIIILL FOR SPRING I DRY GOODS NOTIONS CARPETSB TRUNKS CLOTHING THE LOGAN III GOODS CO 8 I Bead 7J Quartersi SUM I Fnrlli hill Goon 1 0 zo f K r I acre erDr r ii aud 1a a Maple shade rees for sale at J Thompsons The best seed potatoes andall kinds garden seeds at T Curreyjsf Superb lines of black MercerettaS Melrose Taquards at JOSEPHS When you come to court Monday call and see my display of Woolensand let me make you a suit cheap vJ C Late Importation Cultivated Hemp- Seed for Sale Farmers wanting choice hemp seed to sow for lint call or write to us H A B MAULSHUKY SON 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 ZIMMEU Feed for Sale Such as corn on the ear crushed corn and cob meal Baled hay cut fodder straw and for making chop feed Also best Blue Gem and Jellico coals Give part of your trade t least which will be S T Leaven A Good Citizen Leaves Lancaster Mr James Hill the contractor and builder has accepted a position al Brookwood Alabama TIe will have charge of carpenter work and the place pays big wages He will remain in Brookwood for a while and then go to Mexico to work for the same people Lancaster will lose one its best citizens in Mr Hill He is a skilled mechanic and a strictly hon est man When Jim Hill takes a or gives you figures you can safe ly count upon its being just as he says He is a honorable gentleman and THE RECORD commends him to the citizens of his new home The Whisky Cuss On Monday the question of the of the city ordinance under which warrants for the illicit sale of liquor had been issued was argued Judge Saulley by W I Williams for the city and Tomlinson and for the parties against whom the warrants were issued The question of conflict between the ordinance and the general law also whether or not local option prevails were ably argued qn both sides and the statutes the constitution and numerous authorities were cited The court took the under consideration As we go to press this morning Judge Saufley has not handed down his opinion in the case but will do so this week A Wonderful Success A Lancaster invention which is at tracting wide attention is the filter for cisterns recently invented by Mr J Raymond Haselden the hardware man It is so constructed as to posi lively prohibit trash soot leaves or anything except pure water to enter the cistern The water enters and runs to the bottom of the large tank and then seeps up through a series of sieves and a heavy bed of charcoal Reaching the top it passes through another pipe into the cistern By re moving a screwcap all trash etc runs out upon the ground Mr Has elden has sold a vast quantity of these filters all over the country and has been offered a handsome price for the patent right They only cost five dollars which is a remarkable low price for a contrivence that does its work so completely They are sold on a positive guarantee We have used one this winter and cheerfully testify as to its perfect work The situation The detectives mur case continue to unearth startling evidence in the assassination and each day brings forth arrests and talk of arrests of prominent people The latest sensation is that Sergt a member of the State Guardand reveal a conspiracy to kill Goebel an 3 implicate prominent men in the plot It is claimed that the man who fired the fatal shot is knownand sensation al arrests are to follow The immense reward offered in thecase has brought into service the best detectives in the land and no stone is being left un turned to seek out and find those ion nected with it As ye stated at the outset the man who fired the shot is pill in the box and If he is found he should not be hung until he has revealed the parties at the back of the murder The instigators are far more guilty than the tool did the work Every man who had any connection with the matter should be hung and should it develop that anyone knew of the plot to reveal it he should be iven a long term in the penitentiary for he revealed the conspiracy it might have saved Mr Goebels life and the state from having to bear the shame of the foulest and blackest crime ever committed in a civilized community r r j at I OOOOOOOOOUOOOOOUOOOOO C llE3 PILL ay the obtainable us- a a 1 contract validity before Walker I in thc Goebel der din the smallest failed had 1 s 0y A appreciated Son t mater Golding a f C ed to of tie at er T T Cutting Harrows Plows Corn Plant ers for sale at J B Conns For Corn oats and salt x H B KOKTHCOTT New stock of strings for guitars violins banjos mandolins etc at J Thompsons You should see our Linen Cambrics You will like J JOSEPH I am agent for the Hayworth Corn planter for Garrard M F ROUT Marksbury Ky Dr Goldstein the celebrated will be at the Garrard Hotel Fri day March 23 1900 He will remain one day only 2t Nctlce My old accounts must be settled at once This means all who are indebt to me G S When in town co Fb day dont fail call and see the best line buggies surreys and road waggons ever in Lancaster Prices lower than anywhere JW J ROMANS For Sale or Rent My house at Lowell and 4 acres of land All in repair and under good fence Splendid water Call on or address JIBS CLARA E BETTIS 322lm Lowell Ky Spring Suits Come in Monday and see about 1200 samples from four of the most reliable Merchant Tailoring houses in Pricesfits wear and quality as low as the lowest in prices and superior quality About 20 hare been made already for spring wear and my numerous customers and the public generally are invited to call M D Hughes Agt Seed corn on the ear Banks Hud son 419 No smoke better than the Proctor Knott cigar Bring us your prc Highest Ash argeStai Danville Court The Marrs residence was sold at auction to Dr J W Deboe for 3400 The stock of drugs and fixtures to Howard Marrs were sold A Reynolds of Junction City for B781 Capt English reports 150 cat on the market but he succeeded in selling only one for Bridgewarter Hayden to Thomas Metcalf at 41 He handled 50 to 100 other cattle but they were withdrawn from 3i to 4c The weather bad and the court dull The scarcity of feed is also hurting Found at CTarcellns On the first evening of January 1900 the best Harrow on the market for 1200 Ask 0 T Wallace Joel Walk George B Robinson J S Johnson Y Hudson C M Jenkins Nixon F B Kemper M F Rout Garrett Wood L C Elder I M Dunn James Hills Eugene Berkele E Adams James Spillman William Lawson or any other farmer what they are At same place I have the machine to make old buggy wheels fit the spindles just as they do when new for 50 cents for each spindle C K POINDEXTEK Circuit Court Notes Eliza Reed the notorious fighting woman of Battle Row whose name generally occupies a place upon the Police Court docket was sent to the for three years for taking Robert McFaddens money account of which was published in THE RECORD last ChristmasBradley Stormes better known as Scorpion was sent up for three years for stealing a check from a lady and having same cashed In the suit brought by Miss Lusk as county superintendent of public schools against Guinn Co of alleging discrimination in prices on school books Judge Saufley deci that the individual purchaser was one damaged and that the suit should be brought accordingly A great many civil cases of minor importance have been disposed of and the dockets will be cleared more than for time past The damage suitof John Smith vs Mrs Ed Ballard for20000 for slander was dismissed The case of Burton against the town of Lancaster occupied the attention of the court yesterday and the jury now has the case It will be remembered that Mr Burton fell Into the cellar at she new hotel on the night of the No ember electIOn and brought suit against the town that the opening should have had a railing around it The grand jury adjourned yesterday returning about forty indictments the most of them being for violations of thelocal option law The remain der are for minor offenses the jury having no important cases before it Fhey went for the blind tigers wih both feet u prices paid at Blue G f Grocery Co fRed Bluegem and Bhliant l for cash cheap J 22tf iSale han em check- row county optician G loss America sales belonging to- W bunch27 tradeAdvocate Perkins Clare pen Lancaster Baltimore completely coa C doss sua Important phaetons guaranteed Arnold some r J to es Seed corn on the ear Banks 419 See J A Beazleys line of wall before buying All kinds of Carriage repairing painting etc at Coons shop The Proctor Knott cigar leads em all in easy drawing and fragrant smoke Machine needles and oils fortwenty different machines at J C Thomp sons Colored Venftiaus in gre lion All the latest creations J Jc Dont be deceived but at the Old Reliable House of T Currey you can get the Best Goods at the lowest prices all the time Mrs Merritt will open dressmaking and Miss Sacray branch photograph gallery in the Stormes store room on Danville street this week Letters remaining in the Post Office unclaimed week ending March 17th 1900 Mrs Hannah Austin Mrs Lot tie Adams Miss Mary J Meyers If called for say advertised WM T WEST P M Special Rates to Washington D C The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets to Wash ington D C and return on May 20th and 21st at One Fare for the limited to May 31st on account of the meeting of the Mystic Shriners Keep these dates in your mind if you are going to make a trip east Geo W Barney D P A Lexington Ky Approaching Nuptials Next Thursday at one oclock Mr C Siler of this city will lead to the hymenial altar Miss Nannie Me Carley of near Lancaster The cere moray will b3 performed by Rev J C Massee of the Baptist church Immediately after the ceremony the newly married couple will repair to the residence of his father Mr G A Siler at Preachersville where a will be given them They will re turn to Lancaster and board for a while going to housekeeping later on The bride is a handsome and lovely young lady who is possessed of many flue traits of character Mr Siler is be congratulated upon his choice lIe is manager of the Lancaster Stock Yards and a man of fine business qualifications THE RECORD extends congratulations in advance and wish them much happiness Hudson round- trip I r paper a profu EPn supper s Trunk and door keys fitted at Conns shop Bicycles locks revolvers etc re paired at Conns shop Fora stylish hair cut and clean shave call on Joe Niklass the barbei S T Leaven now has plenty of oats hay and corn on hand for sale We are showing an unusually hand some line of Silks You should see them sf J JOSEPH You should sec the Walkover shoes for men the bst 350 shoes in the world Logan Robinson For prompt attention and good work call at Toe Niklass barber shop next to T Curreys grocery For style comfort and durability there are none so good as Drew Selby Cos tine shoes for ladies LOOAX Romxsox Town Lots in Bryautsville for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville Tor tf TAS HILLS My line of Merchant Tailoring are the most complete that I have ever handled and they are frqni the very best in the as I have no readymade lines at alii v Mr E Wachtel an experienced Tai lor will be with me Monday March 26th and wHl have on display between 300 and 400 suits and pants patterns and I would b3 glad to have you come and see this line of woolens gild select your suit from a large pattern instead of small samples and besidi have your measure taken a thgr ough practical Tailor Remember date March 25th and I will appreci ate a call whether you buy or not J C HEMPHILL Street Crossings A number of neighboring towns have been with vitri tied brick and concrete crossings In almost every case so our say they have proven a complete failure and the oldfashioned rocks re placed them Lancaster crossings are all made of rock and were the best we but as they have now dis appeared in the mud its hard to say what condition they are in A few days work by the chain gang would lift them out and be a big improve meat fo cash Samples J G Ol can tlie experimenting I 1 t C C houses county have seeo s a timothy seed cheap at Ask for the Proctor Knott cigar Its the best smoke you can get In Jet trimmings we have Best selections ever shown in Central Kentucky J Ladies see our pretty lines of Shoes and Slippers They are handsome stylish J JOSEPH To School Trustees I now have the census reportsready for Please call at once and secure copies of same tf Elisa J Lusk Supt Notice to Taxpayers Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise delin quents and same will be done few days J B Sanders S G C We are now in our new shop in the Garrard Hotel and are thoroughly equipad with new furniture sharp razors clean towels and years of to wait upon the trade Call on us for a smooth shave a stylish haircut or shampoon We appreciate your trade and will endeavor to please you HENRY DuNCaN tf The telephone operators are much annoyedfby people calling for numbers mouths were filled with plush When you call the exchange kindly speak distinctly and you will save the operator losing time asking you to remove the mush and talk plain English Operators have troubles enough without these petty annoy acres and TIlE RECORD speaks in their behalf Spring Opening Saturday March 31st R L Jen nings having returned from the city with a big line of Spring goods con sisting of Clothing Shoes Dry Goods Notions Fancy Neckware Carpets Mattings Ete invites tne public to come and see them before spring pnrcuases We feel we 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 up will be entitled to a chance on a fine rock er which we will give away on that day Be sure and come- R L JENNINGS Co Paint Lick Ky T Seed certain so cheap at the Blue Grass Gr tcry Co th JJOSE delivery inn experience i their making iC Clove tnd Cur y d low and We Are Now Read s confident C V l i 0o00000000000oo000o000o00oGo00o0000000000000 oooootrooooaooooo SPECIAL NOTCEQ the Fashions by THE GLOBE TAILORING CQ The Famous Tailors Bright ideas in shaping style and OUR garments different from the usual Full line on dis play with an EXPERT to take your measure OPENING I i fI Cincinnati I finishmake I Summer Iy y markedly e 1 THIS DISPLAY WILL BE GIVEN AT THE STORE OF I LOGAN I E ROBINSON i i Itt t1l 0 4 I i IMarch 2 6 and 7j 244IM MNNNIMN MNMMMMNM OONONOOIMNNOOOOt1WN4o6tNNIIN r 4 7 3 OF ALL KINDS At Certainly Low Prices Special Sales Each Quick Delivery Quick Sales Polite Attention Yours For Trade Grass grocery Co TELEPHONE NUMBER 83 COO OOOOOOO Fan y G n I I 1 I Weak I I OO OOA- CI 1OC8118S flll P88ff Blue Xi00O00 CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LANDRAST Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY LOUIS I tRRIt8 ONE YAR IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS THREE 5U 25 THURSDAY MARCH 22 1900 THE attempt of Rev Sheldon at Topeka Kas to issue a paper Christ would run it while Quite a novelty failed tofill a longfelt need and the reverend gentleman lost on the venture A paper cannot live by catering to one class only the world is composed of too many different kind of people A newspaper could id certainly should be clean but when it comes to discarding corset patent medicine and belowcost ads a will be left with the bag to hold There is beyond all doubt many things published which should not be and some papers print things that ought to be excluded f m the mails but when it comes to printing a paper as clean as Christ would have it the matter assumes proportions too great for earthly hands to handle Beside we doubt exceedingly if Christ would condescend to tackle the publication of a newspaper certainly not a journal THE Barbourville Pathfinder is the latest newspaper to give up the ghost the publisher finding that he could not fill the longfelt want some people were prone to have him believe More people have had their rear feathers scorched trying to run news papers than by any other one thing Having the money to buy a plant some people think is neccessary to succeed Tile cash is an all important factor its true but there are many other requisites that money will not supply If a man can make up his mind to live on cheese and crackers wear ventilated trousers serve as a doormat for the community and nev er become discouraged at anything he may eke out an existence but those going forth with the expectation of feeding on the fat of the land and making money to throw to the birds had better consider well the journe before launching forth upon the tern petuous sea of journalism Dr Wright of Detroit has figured out that had Adam worked 300 days each year from the day he was created to the present time at a salary of 50 a day he would have earned by this time as much property as is owned today by any one of the several in this country This is important discovery Now had Dr Wright worked half as much time at some laudable vocation as he making this calculation he would have probably had money to pay his house rent which is likely due We never saw a man who was constantly figuring on such proposi tions that was worth a counterfeit DEUS the labor leader says that the prosperity of the country is a ghastly lie Debs is one of the numerous leaders who go about the country trying to dissatisfy the labor ing men and at the same time live off the poor mans wages wfiich go paying dues to organizations kept on foot by agitators who are too trifling to do a days hard work Any man who wants to work can find plenty of it to do and there would be no dissatisfaction were it not for just such fellows as Debs who devote their entire time to stiring up strife capital and labor AT Elkhart Ind a telephone was placed on the pulpit of one of the churches and several parties at a were enable to hear the seimon If this invention proves successful it will bring the patentee a vast amount of money Think what a convenience of being permitted to sleep at home instead of in church One has to tell the minister the same tale anyway about the Sermon being superb etc Then another thing is the fact that ministers would not be disturbed by snorers who sometimes almost out his voice MRS JESSE ADAMS of Cincinnati did a good days work last week when HAs publisher country existed millionaires consumed darn toward between distance drown I j I hall very t i she secured a revolver and shot the daylight out of a trifling husband who was abusing and mistreating her There are many men who get a cussing for their meanness up town and then home and take out their by abusing a poor wife If more women would use pistols and clubs thoy would get along much happier THE Cynthiana Democrat very says Kentucky needs less politics and more push less guns and more gumption less elections and more enlightenment less promises and more performances less murders and more manufacturers less railing and more railroads less liars and more laborers Woes 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 rcsults f throat and lung troubles Whfb shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civi zed countries with in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Peccommcnded mair years by all druggists in the world For sale be C C J E Stormes TUNE The farmers are thrown backward with their work on account of the cold snap Messrs John W East and Hunter Pay left last week for Illinos to spend the remainder of the year until they home sick William Winkles our ferry man while wrestling with another got one of his ribs broken Mrs Mary Spaulding and Eppie of Jessamine visited Mrs T L Sanders the latter part of last week Messrs John and Floyd visited relatives at Pink Tessa mine county Saturday night and Sun day and attended preaching at Little Hickman Miss Lou Land spent last Wednesday with Mrs N L Grow of Mt Hebron neighborhood M r Tames Coy of Kirksville spent last Wednesday night with his uncle TL Sanders T L Sanders has been attending court at Lancaster Miss Stella Broaddus of McCreary who is teaching a select school at Scotts Fork is progressing nicely although she has not a very large school but the pupils love her dearly Our is flooded with agents Mrs Peachie Grow and Miss Sallie Barker visited relatives it Judson Saturday and Sunday L M Crutchfield his father Mr M Crutchlield of Jessamine Sunday Mr Arthur Ilamm and sister Lenace visited their cousins a part of last week Messrs Carter Cates and Watts were visitors at this place Sunday Jlert Hot From The Gun Was the ball that hit G B Stedman of Newark Mich in the Civil 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 McRoberts Drug gist 1m Mr Cottongin sold a horse to Dan Royston of color for 20 Mr family of Fleming county have moved near hear Mr Web Faulkner and family have moved to Mr J B Parks farm that he lately bought Mr Menifee McQuerry is expected home from Fleming Ind in a few days It is reported that Mr Bob Boain formerly of this neighborhood and Miss Martha Nance of near Wallace ton married last Wednesday Are you sick If so investigate the merits of HEREIN medicine the dose is small yet it quickly produces the most gratify ing results digestion improves the lips and cheekslose their pallor the eye becomes brighter and the step elastic Price 50 cents QC J E Stormes 1m go climate success only expectoration daughter Sanders vicinity visited treatment guaranteed billion and were a It is a concentrated tif revenge wisely stray S get Wa- It FLAT WOODS r PAINT LICK E L Woods shipped one car load of hogs to Cincinnati last week a number of our citizens have been called to Lancaster to attend circuit court J C Rucker of Berry has been visiting his parents in this place Mr Farmen of Shawane was R R agent for a few days in the absence of J C Kucker who trip to Indi anapolis on business Miss Tillie Arnold of Cartersville has been vis iting Miss Bessie and Minnie Ballard Miss Margaret Harrold of Fort Worth Texas who has been visiting Miss Jen nie Parks has returned to Richmond Miss Jessie II Haley a very charming young lady of Cynthiana is visiting Mr and Mrs W S Fish Three very young ladies Misses Murphey Taylor and Hock ady were the guests of Mrs B M Henderson Saturday and Sunday To the sorrow of many especially Joe Miss Dawson the governess M Lear has returned to her home in West Virginia McCormick of Winchester was here on business Monday Dr C E Poyntz made a trip to Mt Sterling and Winchester last week in the interest of J W Co He reports the sale of Ad ams Fistula Salve good Mr Rodney Griggs and J F Johnson made a trip to Richmond on business last week Lingering IiiUrip a 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 im mediate relief A 50 cent bottle cured her cough entirely Price 25c and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m WALLACETON Adams Estridge sold to C II Baker a cow for 40 Frank Wylie sold to Adam Estridge 5 710 acres of land for 40 Frank Taylor sold his house and lot in Wallaceton to Mr Harvey Kindred of Berea for 325 and 20 acres of land for 2750 per acre The 15 months old child of Henry Lawson and wife died on the 19th ult The young couple have the sympathy of the community in their intense grief over the loss of their only child E B Wallace our saw mill man certainly likes to saw good logs as is proven by the fact that he has been hauling a few poplars from below Kirksville to his mill near Berea a dis tance of nearly 15 miles H C Kinnaird moved his family to Berea last week so that all of his chil dren may attend school there His daughter Miss Dovie has been in school there the past year and the ex cellent advantages she has enjoyed prompted her father to send the whole bunchBorn to the wife of T W Soper on the IGth inst a boy We have often seen fathers proud over their first born son but Tom is the first one we ever had to become so wild as to emphasize the announcement with a kick on our shim as he reported the item to us for publication but that is just the way we got it this time Our shin is however and we are confident Tom is sorry and hence we will say nothing about it 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 propri etors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial bot ties of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis and all diseases of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50 j and 1 Fvery bottle guaran teed or price refunded 1m SWEENEY O P Huffman of Stanford was in this vicinity last week buying cattle Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children Ie is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough For sale by R E McRoberts lyr Miss Stella has returned home from an visit to at Livingston Mrs Robert Land of Rowland is visiting her daughter Mrs O B Perkins Mr James Bush of Winchester spent sev days with friends in this vicinity Miss Sarah Holtzclaw is visiting relatives at Preachersville and preaching at the Baptist church Miss Mary Morgan of Stanford is visiting relatives at Sweeney Mr Robt Cox has been very low with pneumonia Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the ilized world Your mothers and never thought of using else for indigestion or Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the ac tion 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 to maKe you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Forsale Quite madea attractive N Adams better public absolutely Hoarseness Dishori extended relatives attending n largest cl v grandmothers anything Biliousness f nervous byC L J E Stormes fo- B E C C oral mix r BRYANTS VILLE Rev Robinson filled the pulpit here Sunday and to by a large congregation He will preach here the first Sunday in April Eld Allen did not fill his here Sunday on account of the extreme cold weather He will preach next Sunday Ir Mote Robinson has nroven to the Sam Johnson farm he recently purchasedMr A Burton died at Camp Nelson on the 14th He leaves a wife and seven small children who hav the deep sympathy of all in this Mr and Mrs Haselden are in the cities buying Spring goods They will purchase unusually large stocks and ask their friends and patrons to wait and see these goods before making their Spring purchases Milton Eliott of Mayfield is his brother Dr Eliott Mes dames Haselden and Hughes visited Mrs Jno Rifle in Lancaster Mrs Ham of Lock No 8 were guests of Misses Florence and Mary Dunn Sat urday Roy Arnold of Danville and Mr and Mrs Walker of McCreary were guests of their sister the Misses Arnold Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Harp of Danville and Miss Ford of Lexington were guests of Mrs Haselden Sunday Miss Allie Dunn of Danville visited her sistea Miss Mittie a few days Miss May Robinson is quite ill this week Miss Boner of Camp visited her sister Mrs C CBeck er Sunday Working Night Mull Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is New Life Pills Every pill is a coated globule of health that changes weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in build ing up the health Only 25c per box Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m In the federal Court at Louisville C E Lackey of Middlcsboro was to seven months imprisoument and a line of 1000 Lackey was con victed of bribing negro voters on elec tion day Elijah Ogilvie of McCrack en county was found guilty of and attempted coercion of col ored voters There is a great exodus fromCuba be cause of the early operation of the quarantine law The press and mer chants complain of the enforcement of quarantine at so early a date Many capitalists are now in Cuba looking over the field RED CIRCLE PILL SPACE A GREEN EYED IONSTER For such was a man mistaken be cause he was bilious A Red Circle Pill every night for a month would have spared him this unjust charge IT WONT CUKE YOUR HEART DISEASE Neither will else But the Red Circle Pill will cure thousands of people who think they have Heart Disease True enough a diseased heart palpitates but palpitation does not necessarily mean a diseased heart It is in the latter event that you are advised to take the Red Circle Pill Nature will do the rest DO YOU DRINK AVHISKY If you do drink the best and take a Red Circle Pill every night to keep the bile amoving This is physiology for plain people POISONS AND DIAMONDS Both are put up in small package but you dont want to swallow either of them This is just to remind you that medicines made up in pills the size of a mustard seed or fixed that way either because they are too val uable to permit of enough being sold for the money The Red Circle Pills dont contain poison and they are big enough to a good dose of medi cine The way they arouse the liver is proof of this Nature will do the rest WHAT A FOUL BREATH YOU HAVE Its on your tongue You cant scrape it off with a knife either Its the escape from your liver Take a Red Circle Pill every night and breathe sweet zephyrs laden with myrrh and roses This is more truth than poetry Sold at Stormes Drug Store and Fris bies Pharmacy Mothers or Presidents The Boston Transcript gives the maiden names of the mothers of the Presidents of the United States from the beginning as follows Washington Miss Mary Ball RandolphJohn John Adams Smith Andrew Hutch inson Martin Van Bnren Marie Hoss William Henry Harrison Elizabeth Bassett John rmistead K Knox Zachary Strother Millard Fillmore Phoebe Millard Franklin Pierce Anna Kendrick James Buchanan Elizabeth Speer Abraham Hanks Johnson McDonough B B U S Simpson Jas A Ballou Chester B Arthur Melvina Stone Grover Cleveland Arina Neal Benj Harrison Elizabeth Irwin Wm C Allison THe Salve In is Banner Salve It is made from prescription by a world wide known skin specialist and is positively the most healing salve for piles burns scalds ulcers running sores and all diseases C C J E Stormes im listened appointment community visiting Hattie Dr Kings sentenced intimidation I anything hold ConwayJames JacksonElizabeth TylerMary PolkJane TaylorSarah LincolnNancy Andrew HayesSophia GrantHannah GarfieldEliza McKinleyNancy Bet Tbc World a f i was Nelson 4s sugar skin WE ARE SHOWING THE LARGEST CHEAPEST AND PRETTIEST LINE OF WallWe have ever had 3 COME AND SEE IT s McHotef Drug Store Paper Burnalde The many friends of Elvoree the beautiful thirteenyearold Mr J G Burnssde had not waited until after death to speak in praise of her bright loving disposi tion and unusually beautiful traits of character but she was known and loved as a universal favorite in the whole surrounding country The news of her sad death on last Friday morn ing March IGth struck sorrow and grief to scores of hearts Her illness was brief and sudden lasting only four days and the shock to her friends was very great Hers was a life known and read of by all who came in contact with her From a very small child she had won her way into peoples hearts by her precocisus thoughtfulness and consid eration and winsome happy nature Her dear little lianas were always busy helping somebody and planning for some one elses comfort She made the lives of her loved ones so glad and wound herself so deeply into their during the short while that God saw lit to loan her to them their hearts are sore and aching from her loss but as was her life so was her death beautiful with a simple faith and peace in Jesus OXE wno LOVED HER Children often inherit feeble diges tive power and colic of a more or less severe character results when food is taken which is at all to digest WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE acts as a general and permanent tonic Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes 1m daughter- of and trusting dit1 cult Airs affections C J X DUNN PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Lift Snverjor Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time in effectJJun11900 STATIONS LvLonisrille 830 a in 600pm Lexington 11 3 a m 850pm Winchester 1Jttuin 9 Jpm JMOai JItSterlinK fJS9nn JiCpin 015- VrWa 3 40pm Philadelphia 1015 ain 705pm UIOun DOSpm I M OOjnii o COpin Philadelphia 1020am Slprn44 Jljpuijll 10pm MtSterlinp m 10pm 550am 7 im 4 in 2 lopm ArLexiugtou 510pm 7 Xiaml IJoOpm ArLonfovHIrt 111 Klunil S I Through Trains run to and from New York trains run dally Forsle or information write or UEOWI5A PA LEXINGTON KY Route PASSES DANVILLZ NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 600 a m Number 6 Daily Stop IrSJpm- Number4 Daily Flag 356 a m Number 2 dont stop 3 56p m SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops 1146 am Number Daily except Sunday am Number Daily except Sunday 755 pm Number3 Midnight tiny J14JP OTARY and J UT ZAO sDO O h 8 Warn opm- h 610lHn 7ffipm hln toll 650 ant h V I h h S OOam Wpm BUlldlt XI D when tinged 11 12 N z 4ate ST3r30NTJ STATIONS itVa ster as want telephone QueenS Crescent m c March and April are Ideal painting months Our stock of WHITE LEAD LINSEED OIL VARNISHES AND ROOFING PAINT IS THE BEST- We carry the standard brands of fine hard oil and fillers for interior finishes also the leading of Paint and Varnish Brushes Our Prepared Paint is guaranteed THE BEST STORMES DRUG STORE Acme Cement Plaster Lime Cement Plasterand Hair We have just returned from the cities with the Prettiest MillineryIn Section We have taken great care in making selections and know Our Prices Are The Lowest Give us a call We will please you in both style and price SallieD THE SWEATER Was first worn by fishermen who learned by experience how to be comfortable in chilly weather How eagerly we copy What a debt the outdoor man the bicyclist the horseman any lover owes these sturdy tailors will hug you closer than any other clothing you ever the wind cant get inside neednt be an athlete to wear them Sweaters for Men and Boys 50 CENTS TO 250 New Things for Spring in Clothing Furnishings Hats Neckwear Shoes c at 3 THE GLOBE K MILLER HIR5H Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY PAINT YOUR HOUSES c ooooooooooooooooooooooo imakes Till e t t ofsports fi SIWEfiTEfi woreeven S E S S ITcFT=ROOFINGMET L FLOORING ACSINE STANFORD SIDING CEILING LATHS ETC LOW PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY O1IGANISEU ISStf Stj ITfflS MTIQHAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY 1 Capital Surplus Fund 5O000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HIGGIHBOTHAX PresliJen LEWIS Y LEAVELL VIcePresIdent B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIBHIY Assistant Caabi WALKER Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHlGQINBOTHAX LEWIS Y LEAVBIL T II ARNOLD B F HUDSON J JWALKXF INSURANCE Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Coimeticut German American Plienix of Urookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercliantile Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Garrard Hotel Lancaster Friday March 23 1100 One day only returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted SFHZ2TC 19OO 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 goods ordinarily grown in such an establishment General Nursery and Strawberry to be had on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone Lexington Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat structing the exhausted or is thelatest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in It in relieves and cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Nausea imperfectdigestionPrepared F P Frisbie V Lancaster Lodge No 104 10000 C D KNRD ReprBsflntin Followin ActnaLifB Ins Hartford Rhubarband 9 aidsNature and Sick nd a 1 t R1 om axles C C f oo ors y r 1 Kodol- I AM Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Master G B S ROAD 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 HEMP WANTED I the cash for hemp delivered at the de Lancaster or at my home at HiattsvilleR 5O YEARS EXPERIENCE will sister 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac sending a sketch and description mat quickly our opinion InTention Is probably OommnnlCT tlona strictly Handbook on Patent Oldest for securing patents Patents taken through Mann rccclra Scientific jnaencanAYia- ndaomelr Illustrated weekly largest clr eolation of any scientific Journal Terms 3 a ear four months fL newsdealers ITNew Tort Ie le tIIOtke without charge In the JIn8ek oaI lllltOBa r Bt t CENTRAL RECORD THURSDA Y MARCH ss 1900 people Senator Geo Farris is at home from Frankfort Miss Jennie Totten is visiting friends in Cincinnati Mrs Mason Pullins is visiting her sister Mrs T II Dunn Dick Ryan has returned from a visit to friendsnn Lexington Joe Faulconer has accepted a posi tion in II B Xorthcotts store Mr Little of Richmond has been visiting his cousin Dr Tom Hood Miss Lula Graham arrived Monday to trim in the Xoel millinery store Mr Tab Ranej and wife of Boyle were visitors in this city Saturday Miss Sallie Lou dyers is at home again after a visit to relatives in Dan yule lion Wallace Varnon of Stanford was among the visiting this week Miss Annie Austin is in Miss Lillie Xoels millinery store for the spring seasonMrs William George and Miss Jen nie Lackey have been quite sick for a few days Mr George McRoberts and bride of Stanford visited relatives in this city SundayMr Bettis of Orange Texas was visiting relatives in this county this week Mrs Chas Richardson and two of Somerset are visiting Mr J G Sweeney T E Smith of the Blue Grass and O W Shugars were in Cin cinnati Sunday Mrs George Bruce of Boston Mass is visiting her parents Judge Ephriam Brown and wife Mrs Bruce Taylor and Miss Katie Myers of Nicholasville are guests of Mrs Tom Walker W A Arnold has been quite ill of stomach trouble but is somewhat im proved at this writing Mrs G S Gaines and daughter Miss Julia Mae have returned from a few days visit to Danville relatives Miss Mary Lewis Grimes who has been suffering from nervous prostra tion for the past three weeks is much betterMrs R C Tankersley and son Eugene of Silver Creek are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W PumphreyMrs Swope and little son Ashley have returned from a visit to Mr T D Floyd of Boyle Mr Floyd continues quite ill Mr J M Logan of the Logan Dry Goods Co returned from the East Tuesday night whither he had been purchasing goods Mr John Baughman has almost completely recovered from his recent illness and was able to pay THE REC OKD office a call Tuesday The ladies Club met last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Mollie Young Next meeting will be with Miss Eu genia Bush Richmond St 1 l jI I e tI 0 008P OPOfi004040ooto04009o0oitDo ROUT vooooQOOOa oooaooooooaoaoaoosooo attorneys children Grocery li Now is the time to paint your house it pays to use only the best material We are so confident that ours is absolutely the best paint made that we give a GUARANTEE FOR FIVE YEARS WITH EACH BILL SOLD We also have a complete line of Leads Oils Varnishes Turpen tine Japan Wood fillers and Varnish stains COME TO SEE US BEFORE BUYING AND GET PRICES m f3 m f3 8 f3 rn 1 F P FElSEI DrLg Store I rn f3 j i j J Es Misses Sallie Tfllett and Laura Smith will return from the cities to night The stock of millinery bought is already arriving and placed on Mt Vernon S Miller of Lancaster is here visiting his pa rents Hugh Sam White of Garrard county visited relatives here this weekSam Johnston has accepted the po sition as miller for Burnam Rucker at Paint Lick He understands the business thoroughly and is an all around clever young fellow Miss Swan Gower a beautiful and attractive young lady of St Joe Mo Mrs Sim Slaughter and Miss America of Danville were guests of Mrs II A B Marksbury yesterday Senator Geo T Farris returned from Frankfort Sunday looking none the worse for wear He says things are much more quiet than the papers picture them and he does not look for troubleOne THE RECORDS old employes J Randolph Harris is now pushing a baby carriage and humnrin lullabies at his home in Lincoln A girl baby carne to his house last week and Ran is stepping as high as a blind horse Mr J Joseph returned Sunday night from Xew York City where he went to purchase spring goods He was gone about two weeks He says busi ness in the East is unusually goodand the wholesale men report large sales Hon R C Warren who is looked upon by his many friends over here as a Garrard county man was here this week looking after some business in the circuit court It would be hard to find one better versed on law than i j he Mrs Jno E Stormes entertained a few friends Friday evening to a gran ophone Time evening was very enjoyable and many thanks were ex tended to Col Sam Miller of his work on the instru mentElder R G Frank assisted by Rev S D Dutcher both exKentucky closed a meeting at the Fulton Mo Christian church wity twenty two additions Mr Frank has been pastor there three months and has had 111 additions Danville Advocate Squire J Sam Johnson and family are now residents of Boyle having moved from Marcel lus to Mrs Kinnairds place on the Lexington road The Squire is think lug of locating in the east end of Gar rard but his friends hope he will stay here Prof Milton Eliott Jr of is visiting friends and relatives in and around Lancaster He was principal of a city school in Mayfield the past term and is now enjoying a wellearn ed vacation Hes a clever young fel low and his visit to this ottice was much enjoyed Miss Eugenia Bush was the charm ing hostess at a delightful cinch panty Saturday evening The following were present Misses Altie Marksbury Maggie Tomlinson and Christine Brad ley Messrs Henry Simpson Millard West Frank Marksbury Saufley Hughes and Will Atkinson Hon IIarvy Helm of Stanford who is familiarly known as The Tall Sas afras of the St Asaph was here this week attending court He is meeting with much encouragement to be a candidate for delegate to the Demo cratic national convention and many people would be pleased to see him get the honor SignalT Kemper party Knoxville Tennfor Mayfield display C Pastors OOC OOC JUST fROfJI TflE CITY With the Prettiest Nobbiest and Cheapest line of Millinery t for the quality of the goods ever shown in Lancaster We pay CASH for our goods and sell for CASH therefore can afford to sell for C I a- VERY SMALL PROFITGive us a trial and we will prove what wesay Watch for our announcement of our Grand Opening this spring THE SISTERSr r pr i r Cynthiana Democrat Mr Toni E Smith formerly of Berry in this coun ty is now manager of the Blue Grass Grocery at Lancaster We have no doubt that Mr Smith will fill all re quirments of his responsible position lIe is a young man of tine character and excellent address and the people of Lancaster will find him a valuable addition ty social as well as business circlesThe following visitors attended the McRobertsBurnside wedding and re ception the past week Messrs Geo McRoberts Menefee and Robert Sal ter Danville Miss Minnie Dunn and Will Arbuckle Kirksville Misses Dal lie McRoberts Mary Bruce Tevis Carpenter Annie Belle Woods Annie Shanks and Messrs Dick Denny Embry Mr Harve McRoberts and wife Stanford Mrs Mount La grange and Mrs Dunn Danville Oh promise me Mariar and he feebly clasped her hand that you wont have another feller wearinthese Im cold in my grave Before high heaven I wont dear John The angel beckoned and John crossed the river Styx with the boat man cold and pale But the word of his Maria was as United States bonds On the day following the fu neral she was observed hanging over his narrow grave fanning it with a turkey wing Ex Harrodsburg Democrat Sunday morning Dr W O Goodloe preached the last sermon of his pastorate to a big audience gathered in the Assem bly Presbyterian church Dr Good loe preached an eloquent sermon char acterized by an exalted spiritual of his subject Dr Hunter prayed and at the end of the sermon made a few impromptu remarks on the personal aspects of Dr Goodloes withdrawal that brought tears to ma ny eyes At night all the churches in town united in a service at the First Presbyterian church and Dr Goodloe addressed them Stanford Journal Mr W K Shug ars who was in Stormes pharmacy at Lancaster for years is now with Druggist G M Combest at McKin ney Mr George A McRoberts and his lovely bride came over to Stan ford after their marriage and recep tion and took rooms at the St Asaph Mr McRoberts is one of our most moral and exemplary young men and stands high in the favor of the best people Ills bride is a queenly beauty highly cultivated and attractive and society will be enriched by her pres ence Congratulations on all sides were very much in evidence yesterday Mr McRoberts bearing his honors with becoming modesty but with evident pride of the charming woman he and won for aye Kate Alcorn ole shoes till conception had wooed THE ACQUISITION OF TEETH means the acquisition of good looks Obit BEAUTIFUL TEETH so closely imitate nature that detec tion is impossible They permit the wearer to speak and masticate with perfect freedom They restore the mouth to its natural shape These teeth are mechanically perfect and will last for at least ten years Sets on Zylonite or Rubber 500 Crown and bridge work is also a specialty of outs If you talk with our patient we be liege you will be persuaded that our work is excelent our care and meth ods are all that can be desired Teeth extracted 25c DR HOBSON Dentist Office next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Office open at night I r C q d Ry News A Boer flag was carried in the St Patricks Day parade at New York A company with 5000000 capital has been organized at Atlanta to operate gold mines in that State Reports from Georgia and Florida say the cold snap has not hurt the fruitThe State Medical meeting will be held at Georgetown May 9th11th M B Smith Rutternut Mich says DeWitts Little Early Risers are the very best pills 1 ever used for costive ness liver and bowel troubles F P Frisbie 1m A movement is on foot to establish a slack barrel factory to furnish bar rels for lime flour etc at Mt Ver non Ellen Taylor colored aged seventy years was outraged murdered and her body buried near Hubers Station A negro man is suspected The City Council of Flemingsburg has contracted for all the rock needed on its streets at 220 per rod for the stone broken and spread Couldnt help getting a cold never cures it but carrying home a bottle of 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 The Secretary of the Army of Porto Rico to which all soldiers who served in the Porto Rican campaign are eligi ble has been incorporated at Spring field 111 The amended answer in the contest case sets up the claim that the Kentucky Constitution con flicts with the Federal in granting absolute power to the Legislature and Contest Board to determine elec tion contests 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 hell ed me from the start I believed it to be a panacea for all forms of It digests what you eat F P Frisbie 1m The House Committee on Naval has decided to recommend the construction of two new battleships three armored cruisers and three cruisers Root is greatly improved by his visit to Cuba and he is satis Oed that the people are capable of selfgovernment Mr Root explodes the stories of threatened upsprings The Stove Founders National Dc fense Association agreed to raise the wages of stove molders 15 per cent About 40000 workmen are affected C E Lackey Middlesboro con victed of bribing negro voters to stay away from the polls fined 1000 by Judge Evans and given seven months imprisonment in jail A R De Flunt editor of the Jour nal Ohio suffered for a number 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 re lief 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 Orders have not been issued by the Navy Department for Admiral now in the Phillipines to send a warship to taku China to protect interests of American missionaries in the event of trouble Congressman Boreing has introduc ed a bill appropriating 25000 for the building of a macadamized road from the national cemetery at Mill Springy Ky to Somerset It develops that Germany with her troops has been protecting American missionaries in Asia Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural loose ness of the bowels It always cures by R E McBoberts yr r o oo o 10000000000000000000 0 OQ 000 000 ooJ indigestion Affairs Secretary vn off Watson th For J I C governorship protected was ms sale We have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home We keep a bottle open all the time and when ever any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Remedy and as a result we nev er have to send away for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill for Cough Remedy never fails to cure It is certainly a medicine of greatmerit and S MEAKK LE General Merchant and Farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by R McRoberts druggist 1m Attorney E K Wilson and R R Ewell were held under 500 bond each at Mt Vernon to answer a charge of tampering with theRockcastle county jury wheel Bishop Hearst at the New Jersey M E Conference made the statement that President McKinley will at the conclusion of his service as a public of fice become professor of international law at the American ingtanNo knows the unbearable tor ture one undergoes from piles unless they are so afflicted TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is a quick safe and painless cure Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes 1m At a business meeting of the Con gressional Temperance society at Washington Representative Pugh of Kentucky was elected a vice presi dent The family of Thos Tadlock of Danville is sorely afflicted Mr Tad lock died Friday of consumption and Monday his widow died of heart fail ure leaving three grown children ill in the same house with pneumonia whooping cough and measles To secure the orginal witch hazel salve ask for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve well known as a certain cure for piles and skin diseases Beware of wothless counterfeits They are dangerous F P Frisbie 1m A comparison of the railroad in Kentucky and Indiana shows the latter State to be much high er per mile The 3 065 miles in Ken tucky are assessed at 46403810 wIllIe Indianas assessment is 153659348 on 6399 miles 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 drugstore 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 The drug 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 sale by R E McRob erts Druggist 1m Now is the time to Have your gutters Put In Shape Let the Cold Rains in the Cistern We do all kinds of Tin ning and turn out only Repairing a Specialty J B Collier Shop over J C Robinson Hardware store I I Chamberlains worthD FIRST LASS W I University Waslm assessments Ifla 6 P fCARRIAGt r UG r A SPHCIALTY We are doing the Nicest and Best Carriage and Buggy work ever done in Lancaster Come I and see for yourselves have firstclass work men You get Good Hones Work polite reasonable prices W JWe ate prepared on Best Rubber Tires in the market N TILE OLD RELIABLE FIRM OF LILLJLRS V STOUT V V X- sj Take pleasure in announcing to their Garrard County ft J friends that they have a Complete line of the Best OTT8 110 BRUSHES PAINT yon HOUSES EARLY a Call They save t ROJLANS-E 1 l C 7 j ta j q t t1 gI f DANVILLE KY VARNISHES t aOQOOCOlHo OOOO Gh a If It gJI t It SJIt IT rTe attention and i tout t it i t it itit i i Q 4 O i feel trtOll JIcC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSOtf Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY NATIONAL CAPITAL 15000000 J SURPLUS 10 00000 LANCASTER KY A R DENNY President JNO E STORMES Vice President S C DENNY Cashier J F ROBINSON JR R T EMBRY Asst Cashr BookKeeper DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllman Alex R Denny Jno E Stormes W II Klnualrd W I493 THE DAta 1 OFj t 1 D Cochran A C Robinson may t Burton Ii7i LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER We make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON XY our DAITVH1B This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky having been recently equipped with The Marvelous Anastimate Lenses The new discovery in optical science I wish to say to the Ladies These tenses FLATTER 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 that require a dainty Frame When in Danville call and see us and get our prices We will you money 124 Third Street Opposite soj Office r I X fir GaZZery KY that I all v It f pictures save w e 7 Boils and Pimples Give Warning When Naturo is overtaxed she Ml way of giving notice that assist ance is needed does not ask for help until it is impossible to get without lu it and are an indication that the system is accumulating impurities which must be gotten rid of they are an for ignoredTotime means more than the annoyance of painful boils and unsightly pimples If these impurities are allowed to system succumbs to any ordinary illness and is unable to withstand the many are so prevalent during spring summer Mrs L Gentile 2001 Second Avenue Seattle Wash fI was afflicted for a time with pimples which After using other remedies in vain S S S promptly nd thoroughly cleansed my bood and now I in 3 ft good complexion which I never had before Capt W H of the A G S R Jl Chattanooga Tenn writes Several boils and carbuncles croke out upon me causing great and annoyance blood seemed a riotous and nothing I took seemed to do good Six bottles of S S S completely and my blood has been perfectly pure ever 1 s S S FOR THE BLOOD is the best blood because it is purely vegetable and is the one that is absolutely free from and mercury Itpromptly purifies the blood thoroughly cleanses the builds and strength cures Scrofula Eczema Cancer Tetter Boils Sores etc 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 faa of u UNFAILING SIGN THAT baa her own NATURE APPEAL liu FOR HELP says were annoying as they my face fearfully H curedme J Rheumatism b N 1 I c remain r I very disfigured rejoice r s Ify tan J C Siler sold to a Lincoln county party four springer cows for 128 J C Siler Co bought some 70 Ib shoats at 3Jc Also bought a nice at 75 Also sold a old mare to a Danville party at 55 The Washington County Fair will be held at Springfield Ky August 2 1900 continuing four days J C Siler Co bought 12 nice geldings and mares in this and counties prices ranging from to 100 There is nothing to indicate fruit buds have been unfavorably affected by the winter Jourdan from Louisiana bought seven horses of different parties in Lancaster at an average of 70 They were toppy ones Texas will send a mammoth steer to the Paris Exposition It weighs 1700 pounds and its horns measure nine feet seven inches from point to point It is owned byJ 31 Doble a Ken named E Presson of Pres sonville Kans wrote a letter the other day saying the opinion of every body in his town who has used Honey and Tar is that it is the very best medicine for la grippe colds coughs etc C C J E Stojmes lm Shorter trees better stand the storms and then in order to use the sprayer effectually we should train our trees to low heads shortening in The pruning of peach trees should begin before they are planted and and the long lateals If this is done in the fall before they are heeled in the wounded surfaces will heal before spring and root growth begin much earlier When planting prune the toj to a whip There is nothing grown in the home garden which will last as long come as early and give as much satisfaction as a well cared for bed of asparagus If you have not yet got such a bed put one out this spring For all pulmonary troubles 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 Stormes lm Lexington mule was active last week Over a hun dred were offered on Cheapside and many were sold The prices for good animals ranged from 100 to 150 The causes given for the unusual de mand and high prices are the large shipments of mules that have been made out of the United States Over 14000 mules have been shipped to the Transvaal alone and many hundreds v have gone to Cuba Most of the mules marketed here will be shipped South and resold to cotton raisers Milch fc s gelding nice 40 tuckianA produce produce COUS C HeraldThe mark t C Iyea C adjoining S tithe r Foley C r llr cows were scarce and sold from 3 to 50 The lamb trade showed up lambs engaged for early brought the stiff price of 5 and S the famous trotter died last week at Port Chester N Y She was the property of Robert Bonners estate and was twentysix years of age Peas beets and onions can hardly be planted too early after the ground is ready A hot bed to start cabbages and tomatoes in is a convenience while a couple of boards up each side of a row of plants fir sticks stuck along in the row and somethin cloth tobacco cloth or old bagging or guano sacks opened and laid on the sticks over the ly plants at night and in th morning will facilitate the growing of early crops Science has wonderfully enlarged the field of all agricultural and and horticultural operations and has converted what has always been regarded as an inferior vocation into one of the most refined intellectual and delightful occupations open to man The best mental and intellect ual development of man is now entire ly possible in connection with the management of the farm and orchard at the same time retaining all the heretofore conceded to rural life and rural employment Farmers Home Journal Mrs Calvin Zimmerman Mielsburg Pa says 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 is the only harmless remedy that produc es immediate results It cures pneumonia grippe and throat and lung diseases It will prevent consumption F P Frisbie The Lexington Gazette says you tell good seed corn by looking at weighing it But if you take a din ner plate and fill it with good earth plant your seed in it cover well and set away in a warm place All seed that germinate within 36 hours are good seed and if there is uniform ger initiation then is safe to plant the corn from which that was selected Corn germinating after 48 hours is not good Mr W J Loughridge of Lexington bought 40000 pounds of per hundred which is 5centsless than the market price a few days ago The bad weather and unskillful handling of the crop made this lot not of the very best quality Mr thinks that if hemp growers would give a little more attention to their hemp that prices would be maintained at a profitable figure but as is now the clue farmers do not have their hemp thoroughly cleaned before sending to the market Many housewives will be glad to hear of a mains of cleaning wall paper without injury to its gloss or general effect Take four ounces of pumice stone in fine powdered form and mix it with one quart of flour When this has been thoroughly done with the hands add enough water to kneed the the mass into a thick dough Form the dough into several rolls about as long as width of each strip of wall and two inches in diameter Wrap some white cotton cloth around each 54 j e well- Spring delivery centsMaud I sets e removed horticultural independence As a bronchitis it hemp at Lou many paper cant CF r m CINCINI 4 DAYS Di ROUE new Orleans osiston mmm and all Texas and Southwestern Points arc easily and quickly reached via New Orleans or Shreveport over the or CNLY ONE CHANGE TO rlICISCO U a d er C nt SAN Oiee UadaaaU From Cincinnati and North 80 Miles Shorter than nn Other Line Cincinnati to New OrleansVestibuled Limited Trains SchedulesOnly One Change Cars to Houston Dallas t THE BUT UNE TO IS THE QUEEN CRZSENT ROUTE r wcTJera aar A the Through Vicksburg CHArTAN0OGAaRMISGHAMhtw ORLEANS AND E co at ffi C 91 7 roll and stretch it in place then boll about threequarters of an hour In that time the dough rolls are firm and the covering can be removed Rub the soiledpaper these rolls only will opdinary dirt spots be removed but grease will be absorbed themAt court Mere were about 130 cattle on the market and sales slow The buyers seemed to think prices were too high and the sellers were slow to make any conces sinus Thirtyone 700lb cattle brought 34 gild twentylive weighing 550 36 A few weanling calves sold at 18 to 20 milch cows 25 to 35 hogs 4 25 to 435 The scarcity of feed was the main cause of the slow The prospect for the spring trade good as soon as grass comes Horses were slow sales not many of any flesh being offered My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months was attended by two physicians who at last pronounced her case hopeless She procured one 25cent bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy and five doses gave her permanent relief I take pleasure in recommending it as the best on the market MKS F E WATSON Aiken Ala Sold by RE McRoberts Drug gist 1m The Louisville Farmers Home says total sales in this market last week were 3712 hhds against 495G hhds for corresponding week of last year Total receipts last week 2530 hhds against 3185 hhds for corres ponding week last year Rejections last week were 820 hhds 23 per cent of the auction sales against 25 per cent the preceding week Of tho to tal sales 3054 hhds were dark tobac The offerings this week have been quite heavy and have have contained a fairly large of good leaf The tone of the market has been about the same as prevailed on Thurs day and Friday last week but hardly so good as last Wednesdays prices Medium and good leaf were still popu lar and competition on these grades were usually active and strong Me dium and good lugs and common leaf were steady but prices were a little near inside figures of quotations Com mon lugs and trash were unchanged Colory types were steady and strong outside figures Some good crop averages were made Going Down Hill People suffering from kidney diseases They should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure It is guaranteed C E Stormes lm KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crop sod Live Stock March 1st 1900 Replies were received this month from 130 correspondents representing counties WHEAT The condition of the wheat crop compared with average years in which is 16 points above the average for the past four years 17 points above the condition on March 1st 1809 and points below the condition on De cember 1st the date of the last month ly report The condition averages highest in the central section 99 and lowest in the southeastern section 94 In western section the condition is 8 Replies to questions Has wheat fered from any cause during winter are 52 in the afllrmative and 09 in the negative Of the affirmative answers 21 are from the western section 19 from central and 12 from southeastern Sudden and severe freezing without adequate snow protection is the cause of damage usually assigned The highly satisfactory condition of the crop notwithstanding the trying ordeals to which it has been subjected otherwise prepared to withstand the rigors of the season A consider able number of counties in the central section report the crop the finest pros pect in many years Owing to the Prevalence of fly in early wheat last fall much apprehension of damage from this source is felt as the progresses itbeing generally conceded that the insect in its pupae flax seed state is not affected by the low est temperature of our winters The amount of 18S9 crop in hands of farmers on March 1st is estimated 21 per cent On March 1st 1899 it was estimated that 26 per cent of the crop Of the previous year was so held The average price on March 1st is estimated at Gic per bushel for No2 wheat Ic per bushel below the price one yeir ago COUN It is estimated that 32 per cent of corn crop was of farmers on March 1st This is 10 per cent less than the stock of old corn so held one year ago LIVE STOCK Live stock is below the average as follows Horses 92 Cattle 93 Sheep 92 and Hogs 91 In many counties the corn crop of 1899 was practically a failure and it has been necessary to import corn to supply the deficiency The severe weather during February has made heavy drains on supply of hay and oth roughage and un early grazing sea son will be hailed with delight Cattle have wintered better than any other class otstock The increase demand and better prices for horses and mules is commented uponby jor respondents generally and a season of prosperity for breeders of these mals is assured The cold wet weather of February was unfavorable to sheep especially and considerable losses both of old sly 97 in mir vith Not Journal J then suf- I theoand seasonal the of 1899 in the hands condition ex t sal percentage vitalel s gradual butsteady loss C ort I to k to ing hog hogs the Try in ican te the for of era C the the for 50 Mothers Friend is a liniment for expectant mothers use externally It the muscles and causes them to expand without dis comfort Ifused most of pregnancy there will be no no breasts no headache When is born there will be little t pain no danger and labor will be short and 1 a bottle at druggists Send for a FREE our illustrated Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga 1 sheep and springlambs are reported Hogs are scarce and the number fed for market is far below the normal Thirty correspondents report cholera as against 90 who report free from disease There is nothing to indicate that fruit buds have been unfavorably affected by the winter A Little Known That the majority of serious diseases originate in disorder of the kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure is guaranteed it today if youre not feeling well Stormes 1m Tallow Dick Combs who has been mentioned as the man who shot Goc bel is said to be conducting a barber shop at Bealtyville Gen Wheelers friends are endeavor ing to have him go slow in asserting his right to a seat in Congress in ord r not to jeopardize his chance for get ting on the retired list of the regular army as Brigadier General In commenting on his observations the Philippines Episcopal Bishop Potter of New York says the Fill pinos are condition for ernment lie adds that the better class of Fillipinos are in favor government realizing that it means increased prosperity When children have earache satura a piece of cotton with BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT and place it in ear It will stop the plain quickly Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m City Judge Riley of Lexington will have to stand trial in the circuit court malfeasance in office upon charge taking insufficient bail of McNam who killed Kellar After argument by Senator Lind say and Representatives Boreing and Pugh the House Committee on Judic iary decided for a favorable report on the bill establishing two Federal districts in Kentucky Eugene J Hall the poet and says that one dose of Foleys Honey and Tar restored his voice when hoarseness threatened to prevent his lecture at Central Music Hall Chicago C J E Stormes lm The Kentucky Oil and Pipe Line Company which recently erected the pipe line from Somerset to the Wayne county oil fields has recently made plans for the building of a 50000 oil refinery at that place They are now shipping large qnantities of oil from Wayne county fields No fixed method can be laid down whereby a farmer can surely make farming pay each farmer has different conditions with which to deal It is successful farmer that studies out these conditions and is quick to adopt Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach liver and troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons the blood backache Herr ousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling 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