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J TEXTS YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyt at Second Class Matter LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTENOON MARCH 29 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 3t J 52 LOUIS r r nrco s ZCse r Cr t r a I ttt4t 1ttoth 1PUMBZR HASELDENS THEBEST MADE Sold on a positive guarantee Drink Pure Water J R J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors i Patent PILTER1 llase1ell 1x f 1ii a Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets J I I 4yc Knigbts of Pythias I i Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall A11 vis ting Knights are fraternally invit ed J E ROBINSON C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S I I I LOCAL TIMETABLES Souinbna Xtxcd passes Lancaster 11101 v- Northbiid Mixed 3S5 P Northbnd Passgr 252 lirfSAw A ol- S nth hnd fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy LcC U 0 00 00 0 0 UOOOHO OOOOOOOOo 00 0 00 0 C 0 OCI 0 OUoOOoOOMoO f r gooeooeoooooeeeeoeoo eeeeeoeooeeoeeooeaeeeeeeeoooeeeooeaoe wooeeoeew f Proctor Knott cigars are best No smoke better than the Proctor Knott cigar Popular prices at the Lyon Comedy Company next week Local fishermen tried their luck Saturday but without success Bring us your produce Highest prices paid at Blue Grass Grocery Co Machine needles and oils for twenty different machines at JC Thomp sons V Shop ready Bring on your work get prices Right work right at Conns For prompt attention and work call at Joe Niklass barber shop next to T Curreys grocery The Masonic Lodge worked in the third degree Tuesday evening They will confer a third at each meeting for the next three Dr Acton has moved into his new house on Lexington street It is quite a cozy and convenient one He has moved his ollice there Dont contract for your ice before you see our Mr Joe Faulconer We are Pioneers in low price ice No pond ice sold Only the best and cheapest H B iNOKTHCOTT G S Gaines has commenced work on his new house on lot recently from Capt Miller It will up to date buildingand quite Mr Holly has the con tract and drew the plans EtcIable Low Prices I still have Wanamakerrnl Browns allwool goods at 850 to 30 per suit also Howard Tailoring Co and the Ryan Tailoring Co of Chicago Pri C2S quality and fits guaranteed Give me a call My old customers testify to the fact that they get full value for their money Uniform prices small profits M D Hughes Agt Circuit Court Adjourn Circuit court adjourned Friday or rather the jury was discharged Judge Sauiley returning Tuesday to wind up some small equity cases Isaiah Faul coner the old colored man charged witn stealing cattle was sent to the pin for four years The cattle were stolen from Conn some time since The judge passed sentence all those convicted and they will be taken to Frankfort this week t i J treatment Ice ice purchased bean pretty Carlton 1 essrs upon goo Goods You doubtless know that every thing is much dearer today than it was several moths ago and yet in spite of the repeated advances we are selling most of our merchandise as low this season as we ever did It all comes of our transacting business on the Cash Basis at the smallest per centage of profit and at a fixed deter mination to be always cheaper than everybody else Of course we have an enormous out let for our goods and sell more mer chandise in one season than most houses sell in three But this tre mendous patronage never would have been ours had not our prices been backed up by high qualities as they are in department of our establishment Our Spring and Summer lines of Dry Goods Notions Carpets Cur tains Bugs Trunks Shoes Clothing Hats and Furnishing Goods is now complete and you shouldlose no time in making your selections i i j I I i I I j I 0tIIiIrnl Watch I 8 I I j I I d I 0 ID every 0 I lIDr 0 th1CsIy p p g1 p p t pY Q Y a I 0 Loaii I rijY 4 0 0 Q d Cloyer and seed cheap at T V Comedy Company at Opera House all next week The best seed potatoes and allkinds garden seeds at T Curreys Fine potatoes C5c per bushel at the Blue Grass Grocery Go Red Ash Bluegeni and coal for cash cheap J C The Logan Dry Goods Co are show ing the prettiest line of Wash Fabrics in town Latest styles in gents and ladies foot wear Look at our window LOGAN ROBINSON Commercial Club Committee A meeting of the executive will be held in TIlE RKCOUD office this evening at I oclock which is of the utmost importance Every member of the committe is urged to be present as matters of the most important character are to be decided upon The Old Reliable We are nicely fitted up in the Gar rard Hotel with new Climax chairs new mirrors new razors new towels in fact everything new but our exper ience which has seen about eighteen years service We are here to stay so you see it behooves us to do nothing but the very best of work Give us u call when you need a shampoo shave or hair cut You wont have long to wait Henry Duncan the old relia ble Death O1 lUre Cliff Anderson After an illness of many years Mr Cliff Anderson died last night at the family residence on Danville street He had been an invalid for many years and suffered a great deal lIe leaves a wife and three sons Jim Sim and Dick who hove much sympathy in their bereavement He married Miss Sue Burnside a sister of Judge R A and Maj Jas A Burnside of this city Funeral services and interment will be held at the Lancaster Cemetery this afternoon at 2 oclock Caps ChaN Gallagher Dead Capt Chas Gallagher died at the home of his daughter Mrs W A Iliatt in Winchester Tuesday night He was in his 1st year and had been in failing health for some time past His remains were brought here on last midnights train and will be interred this morning at 10 oclock a short being held at the grave Capt Gallagher spent the greater of his life in Lancaster nanny many years being devoted to the tailoring lIe enlisted and served during the Mexican war taking part in sev oral important battles He took great interest in veterans of that war and for many years he Gen Landram and Capt F J White of this office every 22nd of February by giv ing a dinner at one of the local hotels On the death of Gen Landram he and Capt White agreed to have no more dinners and never celebrated the cc casion again Capt Gallaghers death leaves only one Mexican veteran in the county now Capt White allagher was an honest gentleman and commanded the respect and con fidence of all who knew him He two children Mrs Hiatt of Winchester and E B Galligher now of Florida He has a brother living in Louisville one in Jeffersonville and a sister in LaGrange We regret that lack of time and space prevent a more extended notice of Capt Gallagher Latest Front Frankfort Since last issue many sensational developments have taken place at Frunkfort in the trial of the alleged assassins of Mr Gobel As stated be fore Sergt Golden made a statement which implicated Caleb Powers re publican secretary of state Mr republican governor and several others He went upon the stand and testified as was predicted and gave damaging testimony which tke exam ining court deemed sufficient to hold Powers to the grand jury without bail Davis the republican capitol police man was allowed bail in the sum of 5000 Culton the other man arrest ed waived examination and yester day gave statements to the proseeu ting attorneys which is claimed to corooorate Goldens testimony and make still stronger cases against the accused The grand jury convenes there next week and it is expected that still more sensational matters will be brought out The prosecution h s aased the arrest of Henry Tout sey a stenographer employed by the republican officials and claim to have dam gng evidence against him TIlE RE JOHD sincerely hopes that the mat ter will be probed to the bottom ar d all care taken to prevent the punish ment of any innccnnt parties but that the right ones will be found and then hanged without the least delay The court of appeals upon the contest Monday and it is believed Mr Taylor will agree to abidVby their decision tim CurreysThe I t Moss 222tf ITo committee service business celebrated l Cal t I leaves I Taylor pass I illian part will a jS a Joe Niklass shaving parlor The binder men were much in evj dence Monday Important business at the K P lodge tomorrow night Ask for the Proctor Knott cigar Its the best smoke you can get S T now has plenty of oats hay and corn on hand for sale for cash Corn oats and H B NOKTIICOTT Rooms For Rent Three large rooms also stable and lot Apply to Joe Faulconer The Lyon Comedy Company has been playing in all the larger towns in Ken tucky Its first class All Red Men should be at the meet ing to night This is important Its come this time or fol d the tent Remember that I have suit and pant patterns to select from instead of small Samples J C Hemphill In laces we carry thevprettiest and best lines money can buy We bought them right and can ybujthe very lowest figures J Joseph Horse shoeing a specialty Crooked feet corrected contracted heels corns interfering etc remedied All kinds of hand made shoes at Conns shop Cfiiictcry Committee The ladies of the Cemetery Com mittee are requested to meet at the Masonic Hall Monday afternoon at230 oclock Important business to be transacted Having gotten some outside bus ness off of my hands I will give my entire time and attention to the tailor 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 satisfaction in the of a suit overcoat or pair of pants J C The Blue and Gray During the G A R meeting on night of May 24th Gen Jno B Gor don will deliver his famous lecture at the court house on The Last Days of Confederacy Captain will make a speech receiving the con federate veterans and they will likely have the General to respond This will be a treat out of the ordinary Admission to the lecture will be in reach of all Actiujj Sensibly Notwithstanding the fact that the state is stirred from stem to stern over the political contests the people of Lancaster as a rule are going along in quiet way attending to their busi not worrying over the Of course most everyone feels an interest in the matter but those who have any business to attend to are pursuing the even tenor of their way and find little time to discuss the question The majority want peace and amicable settlement of the matter but they dont quit work to discuss the whys and wherefores Of course there are some who have else to do who hug the store stoves and do a powerful chance of gassing but as they only listen to one another no harm is done The store stove orator may hold sway but business men waste few words on the case Our Anniversary With this issue THE RECORD en ters the eleventh year of its existence It was established in 1800 by Jas R Marrs who held the reins until 1895 when the present editor took charge the trying times of 95 and SO and the many adverse pre dictions we are still doing business at the same old stand and if the court knows herself we will be right here pegging away when Gabriel sounds the Assembly with the golden trumpet THE RECORD as has all other papers published in Lancaster had many things to contend with that do not confront papers of many other towns that is the ungovernable desire of some business men to send work away that can be done here just as well and as cheap considered as itcan be gotten anywhere else We are aware of the fact that a man has a perfect right to send his work any where he pleases but the rub comes when this same man the home paper to grind an axe for him The bitterest pill to swallow is to hear some one say I can get that work done in Louisville or Cincinnati for less Yes you can And we can buy suit of clothes a bottle of hair a pound of tea a sausage mill or even be burried cheaper in the city than in the country But thats not the point We are for home first last and all the time and it will be many a day we hope before we will give any money to cymlinghead strangers to carry away from town But its all in a THE bears malice toward none and has a twobushel charity for So heres hoping we may all live and prosper Leaven For Sale I salt 1 entire fit IIE IPILL f Herndon nessand outcome nothing the everything wants restorer enterprise- lifetime RECORD of lane visit give i file Wm otwithstanding tckfill f y j Trunk and doorkeys fitted at Conns shop THE RECORD begins its eleventh year Sunday Full line of Carpets and Mattings at The Logan Dry Goods Co stylish hair cut shave call on Joe Niklass the Binders mowers plows cultivators harrows at low prices at Conns shop New stock of guitars violins banjos etc at J C Thompsons You should call and the Queen Quality and Princess Perfection shoes at The Logan Dry Goods Co Conn is too busy to tell you all about what you can have done at his shop Watch the columns of THE RECORD next week Ladies you should not fail to see our lovely colored venitians We have them in greatt profusion and take great pride in showing them J Joseph The stock become more popu lar with every body each court day There was objection at but few now find fault Fresh homemade bread every day Fresh cakes of every description Meals served at all hours Oysters in any style Leave your orders for refreshments R ZIMJIEK The pretty weather has brought great crowds of ladies to the store of Joseph were they are delighted to find so great a display of Spring goods It is the handsomest line ever shown in central Kentucky and the people appreciate them Doing Good THE RECORD desires to compliment the excellent service of the local tele phone exchange in getting news from Frankfort during the jamboree down there TIlE RECORD daily receives messages direct and experiences no trouble whatever Our messages are given to the exchange and it repeats them to inquiring public An effort will be put on foot to a direct mail line from here to Preachersville and on to Crab This would give a daily service to those at Sweeney Preachersville and Crab Orchard and be a great to many people If those living along the lne will call at TilE RECORD office the proper petition will be drawn up and forwarded to to the right officials For a strings maI dins t see tI thestart reception Service I establish Orchard Icon- venience barfr ur pent Seed on the ear Banks 419 See J A Beazleys line of wall pa per before buying Best flour to be had is the Cream Gaines Ball The Proctor Knott cigar leads em all in easy drawing and fragrant smoke Japalac for finishing floors furni ture etc in any color at Thompsons Dont fail to see the Merchant display at J C Hemphills March 2fJth 1100 You will find a handsome line of Dress Goods Trimmings and Silks at The Logan Dry Goods Company Dont be deceived but at the Old Reliable Currey you can get the Rest Goodrfft the lowest prices all the timex Our stock of ladies hosiery cannot be surpassed by any in central Kentucky We kflmv whereof we speak I J Joseph Is Preaching at PcrryvIIIe Rev J C Massee is conducting a meeting at Perryville this week He will be here however to fill his pulpit next Sunday morning and evening We have made arrangements with an eastern party to handle all our pro duce So to the demand we want 1000 dozen eggs 500 lbs of immediately Gaines Ball My line of Merchant Tailoring Sam pIes are the complete that I have ever handled ant they are from the very best houses in the country as I have no readymade lines Just Received at the Green A fine lot of Palms Tube roses and Caladium bulbs in 3 sizes I also have a fine selection of Roses 40 varieties in 3 sizes Geraniums 35 va rietiesA line of bedding and blooming plants and will have all kinds of veg etable plants in IE 1C Company Indicted The grand jury returned indict ments against the L X Railroad Co for failure to block the frogs in their switches Some times since a law was passed requiring roads to place wooden blocks in the frogs to prevent the men from catching their feet therein Agent Patterson tens us this was done here but the blocks worked loose or were stolen for fuel Hudson Tailoring IIouseo h e t cst T C ouHe O C II1LEILIG I corn Lexington meet butter stall ILLMPILILL Gladioli season G Seed corn on the ear Banks Hud son 419 3 packages of garden seed the Grocery Co Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Some strictly new cultivated hemp seed for sale Banks Hudson 419 Lobsters clams shrimps whole wheat unedaand shredded biscuits at Gaines You should see the Walkover shoes for men the best 350 shoes in the world Logan Robinson Important My old accounts must be settled at once This means all who are indebt ed to me G S Games For style comfort and durability are none so good as Drew Selby Cos fine shoes fer ladies LOGAN ROBINSON Our Waist Silks are attracting wide attention from ladies and we know they merit praise they re cieve Call and them J Joseph Have you seen those beautiful Smy ncr Rugs The Logan Dry Goods Co are selling at 189 and 289 They are bargains The Lynn Comedy Company Manager Fissinger has closed a con night ext week The company brings recommendations and press com ments It is said to be one of the best repertoire troupes on the road but plays at popular prices Reserved seats will be placed on sale at Stormes drug store Why Not IA vard Hint The name of lion R H Tomlinson this city is being freely used in con nection with the place of delegate to the National Democratic Convention Mr Tomlinson has been a faithful worker for his party and is always found on the firing line in every bat tle He has given freely of his time and means to his party and it does seem that his work should be reward ed Garrard has not had the honor of sending the delegate from this dis trict for some time and as it is her time and the party has an opportuni ty to reward a faithful worker he should by all means be given the place Its not our cat fight but we like to see a rewarded for his la bor I BlueGrass Nl lIce that Companyto god man cat C Balls C there C C file see great Siring At the opening of this Spring Season we wish to extend an invitation to our friends and the public in general to call on us and see the Fi nest display of Spring Clothing Shoes Hats and Haberdashery have ever had the pleasure of showing Our stock is full of Spring Novelties and everything is bright and new We handle only standardmade goods and these are the newest and best in their respect ive lines We give our customers the honest value of their money in reliable goods and if for any reason a customer is disappointed with his purchase he can always get his money back Our growth has been a healthy and steady one and we feel that our efforts to conduct our business on strictly business principles is appre ciated We attribute our successami rightly our established reputation for honesty and dealing If you are already a patron of we feel confident of retaining you but if you are not one of our customers let us here extend you an earnest invitation to come in and get with ussee our goods learn our prin ciples and our way of doing business We are confident of the result We feel confident that you will become con vinced that it will pay you to do your trading at our store MMMMMItiMMO OMM M COIMMM eMM MaH MOC M iM MMMM 1rfrfTrrllifrIJ rn r rn ill E rn a rn tU fdJ ij1lm rrtJ srnJrn w E coo coooooooo oooo I ooo 00 000000 0 0 0 0I I Ann Dun c a me 11 t I I I iEI I is I i I i t t E ii EI I E 3- E Ito to 31 I E Ito iE I I I II i ooooo U 1fImd t 11111 n11 11111 1 111 cr 1b 1rwooeooooo000oooooaooooo00oooooaaaoooo aaoocaasoo ooooooC 6 6o000000000o00O00000ooooOoQo 00oooooaoooooooooeoaooaoaoooooooooo tag F tag r 1 e r- r Furnishings r1 r LOgAN ROBINSON JS I r14NI 1 tt OF ALL KINDS At Certainly Low Prices Special Sales Each Week Quick Delivery Quick Service Polite Attention Yours For Trade Blue Grass Grocery Ci TELEPHONE NUMBER 83 Fancy Groceries Seeds I I r OOtf00OOOo00 lOO00nO0i 00 aild XOOClO0OOOA00 r CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LAHDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY I Tlt8 ONE YJrAt IN ADV ANCEIOfBIZ MONTHS fTHREE 25 THURSDAY MARCH 29 1900 News Miners and operators reconvened at Beaver Dam Strike imminent Col J B Rodes a prominei and wealthy farmer died at Burgin A great nephew of Andrew Jackson killed a man at Old Hickory Tcnn A convention of college Y M C A Presidents is in session at Georgetown Ivy Work was begun on the un derground railway system at Xew YorkA combination of the lime manu facturers of the South is on the point of completionA the consolidation of all the railroads in Cuba has been under taken by Canadian capitalists A lone robber held up a passenger train on the Kansas City St Joseph and Council Blufls railroad in Iowa James Neece a brakeman fell from the pilot of an engine at Burgin Ky Sunday night and was run over and killedM Smith Butternut 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 The House passed a bill 10 000 for designs for a suitable memorial in Washington to Gun U S Grant The cutrate insurance war which has been raging at Georgetown has come to an end Local agents agreed to write all insurance in future rates Representative Boreing declares he will not permit any amendment to his bill to divide Kentucky into two Fed eral judical district The burning of a Paducah tobacco stemmery involving a loss of 10000 is thought to have been caused by careless handling of matches by negro crapshootersThe new steel concern to be formed as a result of a compromise of the CarnegieFrick troubles be in corpoiated under the laws of of New Jersey Kentucky coal dealers predict an ad vance of twentyfive cents a load on coal about April 1 on account of the increased demand and the advance in the wages of miners Maj 1 Vertner Johnson son of Mrs Rosa Vetner Jeffrey the Southern poet and a brother of Claude M chief of the Bureau of Engraving Washington died at Lexington 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 Price2o and 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The new Carnegie Company result ing from the settlement of the between Andrew Carnegie and HenryC Frick was incorporated yes terday The capital stock is 100000 000 and has all been subscribed 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 William Glover an exconvict and Tom McCain both negros were charged with wrecking Louis ville and Nashville passenger train near Hopkinsville Tuesday night by placing fish plates on the track Each has made a partial confession No one knows the unbearable 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 r formal appropriating will the State Johnson differences arrested torture 4f 000000000 X00040000040000000400 GENE hR0- 000000000480000000o4OL0400004 aboard t Judge Tarvin rendered a decision in the Circuit Court in which he advised the Sheriff of Kenton to neither the Republican nor Democratic State Auditor until courts have decided who is the Auditor and who are the proper officials 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 Stojmes 1m The Rivers and Harbors Committee has been asked by a united delegation to make the rivers of Kentucky naviga ble The delegations at Washington represent Improvement Company and the friends of the Big Sandy river They have been given encouragement by members of the committee Are you sick J f so investigate the merits of HER BINE It is a concen trated medicine the dose is small yet it quickly produces the most digestion improves the lips and ceeks lose their pallor eye becomes brighter and the step elastic Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Sam J Roberts who went to Washington with several other including John and K J Hamptin to tell President McKinley all about the Kentucky troubles returned Saturday He that they went to ask for Federal interference but that their visit was simply to tell the President what they declare are the true facts in the muddle They informed the Chief Executive that the republicans had no idea of holding the State otlices by armed force after theUnited States Court decides against them if it so de cides nor have they any idea of the capital to London or and establishing a separate State government 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 also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough remedy which he hoped would 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 Frankfort was again in a nervous state Saturday night following the startling disclosures made by Golden on the witness stand The discovery of some freshly dug trenches at the arsenal in which were buried tubes containing copper wire and the bp an officer of the Republican militia of 100 feet of fuse led to mors of a plot to blow up the arseual if any attempt should be made ta seize it Gen D R Coilier denies responsi bility for the laying of mines around the State arsenal He says the work was done by some irresponsible mem hers of the militia and that he has reprimanded them Mr Collier re quested Assistant Adjt Gen Murray yesterday to visit the arsenal and in spect the trenches but Mr Murray did not deem it necessary to do so 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 result we nev er have to send away for a doctor and large doctor bill for Chamber lains Cough Remedy never fails to cure It is certainly a medicine of great merit and worth D S MEAUK LE General Merchant and Farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by R EMcRoberts druggist im Wharton Golden was the principal examined at Frankfort in the trial of Caleb Powers charged with complicity in the assassination of William Goebel Goldens was of the most startling He detailed all the plans for bringing to Frankfort an arm v of arm ed mountaineers for the he s Kenton recognize th everybody the OhioVally gratifying rests Elitor Republicans denies Kentucky removing elsewhere give some purchase rUe asa incurs examining testimony I character 11 th I purpose I declared of cleaning out Damocrats and giving the Republicans amajorlty in the legislature He said only known fued fighters from the mountains were wanted and he told who brought them He declared that he with Caleb ow ers and others was active in the work j He told of conversations proving that Goebels assassination had been plan ned Golden broke down twice before conclusion of his testimony The damaging testimony given by Golden will not result in any more at present My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months She 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 permanent relief I take pleasure in recommending it as the best on the market Mus F E WATSON Aiken Alt Sold by RE McRoberts Drug gist 1m Judge Field Saturday rendered his final judgment in the consolidated cases involving the offices of Governor and Lieutenant Governor lIe had already delivered his opinion upon the law of the case he passed judgment this time upon the facts submitted to him It was adjudged That the defendant William lor has usurped and is now usurping the ollice of Governor of this Common wealth and that he is hereby deprived of and is adjudged to have no right or title whatever to said office or to the possession or use thereof That the plaintiff J C W Beckham is the duly elected and legally qualified Lieutenant Governor of the Common wealth of Kentucky and as such is en titled to the full possession of the office of Governor for the term which began December 13 18J9 That the Executive office books papers arch ivies and jurnals shall be immediate surrendered by said Taylor and to the said J C W Beckham That the defendant John Marshall has usurped the ollice of Lieutenant Governor and that he is hereby de prived thereof and that L II Carter is entitled to the full possession said otlice of Lieutenant Governor The cases will be taken at once to the Court of Appeals Mrs Calvin Zimmerman Mielsburg Pa says As speedy cure for coughs colds croup and sore throat One ute Cough Cure is unequaled It is pleasant for children to take I heart sly recommend it to mothers It is 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 The colonitation season has opened promisingly in the South and indus trial agents say the year will be a recordbreaker for immigration Many new mills and factories are being lo cated along the lines of Southern rail roads and new industries are constant Ir developing Large colonies are also coming South and thousands of peo pIe are taking advantage of the home seekers excursions DUCK itliiy 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 not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been cd 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 years by all druggists in the world For sale be C C J E Stormes PJIEACHEIISVILLE We have been having some real spring weather James Dyehouse will soon have his new house completed Rev W T B White is on the sick list at this time B Y has been sick for some time is not improving The meeting at the Baptist church conducted by the pastor assisted by Bro Kuykendall is attracting much attention and doing great good There has been near twenty additions to dateRev H B Cockrill closed the trade with John Bingamnan for his farm of 238 acres price 4000 Frank Thompson sold a nice saddle horse to J I Hamilton for 125 Wm Pettus and sister Miss Jennie are on a visit to Texas Kansas and Southern states Messrs Carpenter and Tudor are visiting their kindred W H Cummins and family Holtzclaw Robinson sold a cow to S Morgan at 35 4 Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the pub lic 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 ConsumptiLn Coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial bot tIes of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has ab solutely cured thousands of hopele s cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarsc ness and all diseases of the Throe Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50 i and 1 bottle guaran teed or price refunded 1m o the her S Tay I o MiL- e I introduce I many 4 Hobbs who Fvery arrests delivered C il f False Sympathy One of the most uncertain things in the world is public sentiment Al most every community has a moral sentiment and a practical moral sentiment and the two are far apart Theoretically every community the punishment of crime in nine out communi ties the criminal is shielded from pun ishment by a mistaken and a misplac sympathyLet worthless vagabond who has outraged public morals he has become an execration at the mouths of all men be arrested on the charge of crime he will at once hero of a certain sicKly sentimentality which declares him no more than others of like character In have not been punished this criminal must not be punished The class which crime is engendered are not slow to cultivate their kind of sympathy Just now we are a and interesting specimen of in us see For some months past there has been an unusually active effort on the of our city officers to arrest the wholesale illegal sale of liquors At very first blow that drew blood there arose a howl and the man who had been most openly breaking the cried most sympathy We are told that one man is bring made the scapegoat for the town That a war of persecution is going on save him from persecution Or being properly interpreted a demand is made that he shall not be mo lested in his crime because forsooth others have escaped the vigilance of the law Now I submit to the thinking citi zenship of Lancaster this proposition No man who breaks the law can be persecuted till his prosecution fixes punishment beyond what the LAW provides shall be punished for violating the law only when all other breakers are properly punished It rather says that for every olfense there shall be punishment The escape of one crime or one criminal does not excuse any other The selling of liquor in the city of Lancaster is a crime and punishable undo one of three laws 1 The city ordinance which sixes the punishment at a tine of not less than 25 nor more than 100 for each separate quantity sold 2 The statute law of prohibi tion to sell without license which fix es the punishment at from 20 to 100 fine for each separate offense or 3 the local option law which fixes the punishment at from 100 to 200 tine for each separate quantity sold Now tape any one of these laws you will and it will at once be apparent that no man who sells whisky or beer in this town can be persecuted for it un til he has been made to pay at least 20 for every time he has sold a drink And the law requires that he shall be punished that much whether any man is ever caught or not But there is another aspect to this plea for sympathy Does the man who sells liquors deserve Sound morals and sound sense alike answers that he does not deserve sympathy even when to the utmost extent of the law He engages in this business in deliber ate violation of a law which he knows to exist It is a business which he knows will hurt the private and pub lie morals of his fellowcitizens It is an effort to enrich himself at the ex pense of others He undertakes to shield himself by the perjury of his customers He knows the risk of tined and charges for the vile a price to enable him to pay his tines He does not even deserve sympathy from the men to whom he sells The more than pay even in money for a they get There is one who does need sympa thy not the blind tiger proprietor but his victim The youth who is taught to spend his nights in carousal whose best elements of character are undermined who is taught there how to sow the seeds of that whirlwind of misery which he is to reap terawhile and told how his honor is at stake to protect the nefarious business of his friend The mothers of those boys need sympathy if broken hearts and tearfilled eyes and disappointed hopes are worthy of sympathy Our young maidens need sympathy for who knows but that they are to be come the victims of the tigers victim If he keeps his midnight debauchery secret from others more skilled in the worlds ways how can your pure young girl know She may never know till as a wife and mother she begins to the fruits of the tigers sowing in abuse poverty and tears gentlemen of our official board these blind tigers must be made still so blind indeed that they will see no more victims in this our fair city J C MASSEE Question Aiiivcrcd Yes August Flower still has the Jar gest sale of any medicine in the civ 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 lie woos 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 yoif Forsale by C U J E Stormes FLATWOODS James Hutchins bought two hogs from James Naylor for 550 V B Furr sold a sow and five shoats to Jake Clouse for 1800 W H Furr bought a hog from John Newland for 135 Iced Hot From The Was the ball that hit G B Stedman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felon Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25cts a box Cure guaran teed Sold by R E MeRoberts im y often of ten publicfrom peculiar it the law oughtto his sympatheticThe other it punished being stuff ll Goon blinder grandmothers anything Biliousness m theoretical become the any boldly men ne Gun Druggist 1 p WE ARE SHOWING THE LARGEST CHEAPEST AND PRETTIEST LINE OF WallWe have ever AND SEE IT K McRoberts Drug Store Paperhad- E COME PAINT LICK Some of our farmers took advantage of the few pretty days we had last week and planted potatoes- G W Pullins sold a nice little pony to Alvah Adams for 2500 A school district has been made in the Leaf neighborhood and a school house will be built at once M L Noe C B Engleman and Jesse Ledford were appointed trustees W B Adams has declined going West and he and family moved back to Rockcastle Saturday VVe heard a lady say that she was afraid if W P Walton got a portion of that large estate and become a millionaire that he would quit the Interior Journal as she enjoys reading it so much Dave Henry who was stabed a short time ago is rapidly improving J W Adams sold a bunch of 140 lb hogs to George Ballard at 310 per cwtThere is talk of running a telephone line from this place to Leaf It would be a great convenience to that neigh borhood as there are so many tattlers down there they could send the news out on the wire and save their shoes Mrs C B Engleman visited her sis ter Mrs E W Norris at Lancaster this week A Little Known Fact That the majority of serious diseases originate in disorder of the kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure is guaranteed Try it today if youre not feeling well C C J E Im publishing StormeS J X DUNN JNOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time in effectJJunl 1900 etfiT rrer n saani 600pm Lexington 85 pm 8 OOrtm 50pm Winchester U05uii 9 lpm tfrOpm JltSterlinK l 0nii J 15am 7 Ppm- ArWashincton 510pm Philadelphia 1015 am OSpin NewYork KlOiiii UOSpm STATIONS uvNewYorK 8 UUiin s CUpm Philadelphia l02iani 7lpm 2 lopui 11 lOpm MtSterlinjr 700am 1 10pm 53a 212p Winchester 7 mm 4 XSm am 2 45pm SOOtun 5 lopni 7 00am 30pm- ArLonidvillf ll 8 0piii I Through Trains run to and from Sew York DAILY Other trains run For sle ping car reservations or information write or UEOVHA KN EYD ivi LEXINGTON Kv Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except a m Number 6 Daily Stop 133 pm Number Dally Flag 35C Numbers dont stop 3 56p m SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops IIlCam Number Daily except Sunday 1112 am Number 9 Daily except Sunday 755 Number3 Midnight tear 11421 and Q tfJ EAST STATIONS LvLouisville Ill Slam lOam W STO c I I ArLtxlu ton I IIIII dnn SUUlII1 8 Sunday609 R m when fluged m aver o1 S 9 ri put 650 urn 11a p m PAINT YOUR HOUSES March and April are Ideal painting months Our stock of WHITE LEAD LINSEED OIL VARNISHES AND ROOFING PAINT IS THE BES- Ts carry the standard 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 STDRMES STORE Acme Cement Plaster Lime Cement Plaster and Hair We have just returned from the cities with the m Prettiest MillinEry In This We have taken great care in making selections arid know Our Prices Are The Lowest Give us a call We will please you in both style and price SallieD Tillett 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 of sports owes these sturdy tailors jl SWEATS i will hug you closer than any other clothing you ever the wind cant get inside neednt be an athlete to wear them for Men and Boys 50 CENTS TO 250 New Things for Spring in Clothing Furnishings Hats Neckwear Shoes c at 2 THE GLOBE MILLER Sc HIRSH Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY DRUG woreeven K 6EJ G L E I I 040oioo0a0oooo000000000000 SeEfion r Sweater METAL ROOFING j ACSINBJ STANFORD F SIDING J FLOORING 7 CEILING LATHS ETC LOW PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY y ORGANIZED 1883I cITEMS NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER FY Capital Surplus Fund 50000 10000 BUSINESS SOLIC1TKL Careful and PromptAttention G aaranteed I X HtaaiNBOTHAJC Presiden- Lrvris Y LIATKLL VicePresldent B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGHZT Assistant Cashr CD WALKKR Bookkeeper DIRECTORS jHHieentBOTKAX LEWIS Y LKAVILL T 21 ARNOLD BF HUDSON R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conueticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantil- eAelnaLifeIesCoflfHaririlCoin Dr R Goldstein The Celebrated Evp Specialist of LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Will be at Garrard Hotel Lancaster Saturday April 21 1JOO One day only returning one day each month Eyes examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Beware We have no agents SPS1KG 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 catalogues to be had on application to H F HILLENMEYER Phone 279 Lexington Ky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon etructing the digestive It is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Nausea HeadacheGastralgiaCrampsand all otherresults of Prepared bv E C DcWItt ACo Chicago F P Fristiio Lancaster Lodge No 104 J J II Raprcs ntin Followin Companies A WALxar IC organs Stated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary blaster G K SWLWROAI ATTORNEY AT LAW AND REAL ESRATE AGENT Options on Farms wanted Money on Frst Class Real Estate AGENT FOR New York Life Ins Co llttoUL BARK is rsloaned THE r x493 15900000 CAPITAL 1 f MFA OF LANCASTER KY President JHO E STORMXS Vice President- S C DENNY Cashier A R r 6 0 DaNxy J F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr SURPLUS jio ooooo j 1 R T EJIBRT Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jaa Spllraaa Alex Denny A C Robinson Jmo Btormet WMI Klnnalnfc8 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY MARCH 29 Mrs Mary Young has been in Dan vine for a few days Miss Bessie Turlcy of Richmond is the guest of Miss Amy Davidson v Miss Christine Bradley was the of the cinch club Friday evening Mrs W A Berkele will entertain the Ladies Club next Tuesday Miss Lizzie lleazley of Crab Orchard is visiting her brother Dr V S Beazley Mr Clifford Thomas representing Carter Bros has been visiting friends in this city Miss Leila Bryant of Danville has been visiting relatives in this city for a few days Messrs Frank Stewart of Atlanta Ga and Bowen Fox of Danville were here Missis Mary and Alma Lear of Paint Lickare guests ol Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside Misses Lcttie Brown and Jennie Burnside have been visiting Mrs GA McRoberts in Stanford A few couples were entertained at the Garrard Hotel Saturday evening at an impromptu dance Mrs John has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Browning in Lexington Mrs Bsttic Landram left Tuesday for a visit to her sister Mrs John Baughman in Richmond Dolph Rice who now travels in the interest of the Champion Binder was here Monday and Tuesday Mrs Fuller gave a crokmole party Saturday evening in honor of her sis ter Miss of Ilustonvillc Misses Leila Bixie of Ilarrodsbunj and Hallic Rice of Marksburj guests of Miss Sallie Lou Myers Miss Coffey who has been visiting her sister Mrs Fuller returned to her home in Ilustonville Sunday Miss Eugenia Denny has returned to her home in Lexington after a of a week to Lancaster relatives Mrs Wm Cambell of McAfee and Mrs Alice Lusk of Huston ville have been the guests of Mrs Emma Kauf manMiss Flossie Purdon of Rowlings who has been spending the winter with her aunt Mrs W B has returned home Miss Sadie Viola Aldridge our hand some and versatile Marksbury has been the guest of Mrs J il Uaselden Mrs R L Jennings after a few days visit to her parents Mr J C Thompson and wife has returned to her home in Paint Lick Hon J H Miller familiarly known as Happy Jack of Stanford was among the court day crowd and made THE RECOUD a most pleasant call Mrs W B Jarvis was called to the bedside of her son J II Russell who is very low with typhoid fever He was visiting his brother G F Russell at Junction City 0 5 lECLOoO ooooooooooOo oooouooJ hostess afternoon Saturday j Coffey are visit r correspondent I iooaaoaaoooaopaoocoaaooQOOaooo4t R OUT I I l I 1i I I 1 Anderson I t 1 1 j Jarvis NOW is the TIME to PAINT your HOUSE It pays to use best material We are so confident that ours is absolutely the best made give a Five Years Guarantee With Each Bill We Sell 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 t i iIb w h 1 ro q f5 6 5I 1 J Q m we F P F drug Store I JL JI R2SBSES A sweetfaced girl baby has come to bless the union of Mr and Mrs J A Robinson at their home on Danville street The little Miss will be named in honor of her grandmother Ed Walton and Joe Waters repre senting the Stanford papery were here Monday We sincerely hope they had better luck collecting than did we THE RKCOKDS man did not get enough money to stop a cracker wagon Mr George Bright and Harry B Robinson returned Sunday morning from a delightful trip to Florida They had great sport fishing and took in many of the sights in that land of flowers Harry gained much in flesh and says he feels like a twoyearold Lexington Herald Mr Ashbrook Frank has returned from a visit to and Mrs J C Bronaugh in Nicholas ville Friends of Mrs Wood G Dun lap will be glad to know that she has sufficiently recovered to be removed to her home after quite an illness at St Josephs Hospital Mr John Shea the merchant tailor returned from Louisville Saturday much improved in health He was quite ill while visiting his daughter in that city but is about well again we are glad to state Mr French his as sistant has also returned and they are to wait on their customers at the old stand We will be under many obligations if you will ring up 43 and tell us when you have visitors or intend making a trip yourself Some folks dont care to have their name in print we are aware but remember you may have friends who would like to know what you arc doing If you think you have no friends why just let it go A ray of bright sunshine gleamed into ourdingy sanctum Saturday whon three handsome and lovely ladies made us a call being their first visit to a printing oilice they were much in terested and asked many questions Whats all those little tricks ried one as she rubbed her dainty tin gels down a galley of solid nonpa reil knocking it four ways for Sunday She was told that was to be used in a prayer meeting to be held shortly their visit Another sweet bunch of calico placed her dainty foot upon the treadle of a Gordon press and was making fine headway turning it she looked down and saw the heel of her shoe dangling on the other side of the treadle She proceeded to shower blessings upon the defenseless head of the devil but just then a scream from the other lady reveals the fact that in peeping to the top of the news press she had come in con tact with the ink fountain and a black streak about four inches wide ran across the front of a pretty lightcol ored dress This capped the climax White took to the woods the devil jumped out the window the foreman went up the chimney and the editor went fishing or to some port returning after dark When we got back the odor of was strong in the office and the place had a deserted appearance But bless their souls that visit enjoyed and appreciated Woman fair woman what would the world be without ye For all pulmonary troubles COUS a 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 1m r T A ngie beautiful ready 1 t until other sea brimstone vas C CJEStorm s C M due alter apt r Opening A grand display of Spring and Summer Hats at t THE NOEL SISTERS SATURDAY April 7th 1900 EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED OOC p 6 f t OOCOO1 jVlillin4rg i 00000000000 004e xooc ooOooc 3 I now have the census reports ready for delivery Please call at once and secure copies of same tf Elisa J Lusk Supt After a protracted illness MrLewis Harris of this county died at his home on Buckeye pike Thursday He had suffered considerably from spinal trouble He was married and a re spectable citizen To School Trustee For Sale or Rent My house at Lowell and 1 acres of land All in repair and under good fence Splendid water Call on tor address Miss CLARA E BETTIS Lowell Ky Town Lou In Bryaiitsvillo for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville or particulars tf IAS TILLS Mules to York I have a lot of good strong young mules that I will let out to be worked until August 1st Apply to R W Lee on the Gran Cecil farm on Salt river Boyle county marllm IJncIuiucd Letters In Post Office Lancaster week end ing March 24 1900 Miss Belle Daily Uncle Bill Brown Wheeler Delong J R Houlder II M Hearby Ella Leav ell E M McKennej Savy McEroy Henrietta Rains Ed S Wilmore If called for say Wm T West P M ITIouiiiuent to J T McQucro The monument ordered by friends of Jas T McQuerry has arrived and been placed over his grave in the Cemeterj He was a Confed crate soldier and the money was rais ed by his friend Jas Dillon who was in the Federal army Mr McQuerry was a well known citizen and had many friends Judge Brown Can Grind Judge Saufley before adjourning court decided that the warrants issued by the Police Court against violators of the local option law were valid and that Judge Brown had enough in the matter to hang every blind tiger operator in Lancaster or words to that effect Judge Brown will now shed his coat and go at the tigers with a vim that will make not only the operators and patrons but some of those in the background wish all the whisky was in a warmer clime If he would assess a fine re quiring the guilty to break rock would come in good place as the Pub lie square and streets are getting in frightful shape from lack of metal That Kentucky Campaign A history of the most extraordinary Gubernatorial race ever run in or anywhere else on the face of the earth is just now in preparation by three local newspaper men They state that the work will be entirely nonpartisan and cover all the ante esting details of the conflict from the time it began down to current date The title of the work will be That Kentucky Campaign It will be put up in first class style and will contain splendid collection of illustrations covering the whole subject matter These of course will include pictures of all the leaders on both sides In the fight The work will soon be sent to the press and will quickly be placed before the public R E Hughes of this city P W Schaefer and E L Williams have the work in hand Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach liver and troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache headache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres need to feel like that Listen Trtavilln Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care whether lie lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than anything I could I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at IL E McRoberts Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 1m J I e Ilurrls Slam ens Sallie advertised Lancaster K Lancaster jurisdiction its Kentucky formerly kidney nervousness non Gardner Ind He says 2lm to- W fake j I am agent for the check row Corn planter for Garrard coun ty M F ROUT Marksbury Ky Lute Importation Cultivated for Sale Farmers wanting choice hemp seed to sow for lint call or write to us II A B MAULSBUUY SON Regular preaching at the Methodist church Sunday at 11 a m and 715 p m Rev Robinsons subject for is What is man Epworth League prayer meeting 630 p m Notice to Taxpayer Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing toadvertise and same will be done in a few days J B Sanders S G C Better have that old well or cistern cleaned before hot weather sets in Some of them no doubt every disease the human flesh is heir to See T J Hatcher and have the work done reasonably and well A warded Big Damages Just after we went to press last is sue the jury in the case of Squire Burton against the town of Lancas ter awarded a verdict of 650 against the town Burton was here on the night of the November election and fell in the cellar at the new hotel building We presume an appeal will Court Day A large crowd was in town Monday but business was unusually slow Itwas the most quiet court day seen here for a long time Farmers said they were fairly up with their work but some were behind Trading was fairly good the complaint being scarcity of feed Manager Siler gives us the following account of sales at the Pens About 300 cattle in the pens 27 sheep and 75 hogs Cattle brought 3 to 5 cents hogs 3 to 4J A bunch of ewes andfew lambs brought 435 A bunch of heifers 370 another bunch 6001b heifers 375 Cows 20 to 4250 Plug horses brought any old priceand were a drug on the market Kay Peas Coming At last meeting of the local lodge Knights of Pythias it was announced that information had been received that the District Meeting of the order would be held in this city some time in May It has not been deffinitely settled as to the dates but it will be near the coming of the G A R This meeting will bring many people to and they will be here two days at least The local lodge appointed a committee on arrangements which will do all in their power to make the of the visiting Knights pleasant As a vast amount of flags and bunting will be bought for the G A R dec orations steps will no doubt be taken to have a lot of this on hand and in place when the Knights are here The citizens will be asked to clean up and put their yards and pavements in the best condition and do some that the town will present her best Further particulars will be Tim RECORD from tfVic Night and Day TliAJffsiest and mightiest little ever was made is DrKings New Life Pills Every pill is a suga r 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 1m HAMMACK I Mr J R Cook and Miss Arthesa Cloyd of Crab Orchard was visiting Miss Maud Ross Mrs Sam Hays of Stanford is visiting at Mr E this week Miss lea Cook is vis iting her cousin Myrtle Cook near Lawsons Chappel Mrs E M Wal ker is on the sick list we are she is much better at this writ ing Mr Eph Hammack of Car tersville made us a flying visit Thure day of last week The nest Salve In The World is Banner Salve It is made from a prescription by a world wide known skin specialist and is positively the most healing salve piles burns scalds ulcers running sores and all in skin diseases 1m Hayworth Hemp- Seed morning delinquents contain decorating n thing that building toy 11 C r Stormes v town appear Walkers for C E a to ed Mi RED CIRCLE PILL SPACE APPENDICITIS A KNIFE AND A GRAVE By Foreuer Cutting M D A pitiful tale indeed It is copied and recopied in the daily papers every day in the year Our friends and are the victims Do you want to become the hero in a like plot No Then when you feel that well known pain in the right groin take a Red Circle Pill every night until the pain subsides Nature will do the rest THE RED CIRCLE PILL If you are suffering from Brights Disease functional derangement of the heart of which Palpitation is the dice Verdigo Diabetis Palpitation Constipation or from painful or insufficient Menstruation or other ailments caused by a deranged and torpid liver go to your druggist buy twentyfive cent box of Red Pills and try them You will be surprised how simple a thing it is to be relieved AN ENDURING MONUMENT Should be reared to the man who can cure dyspepsia We want the monument and have made our claim on the of Red Circle Pill Itwill cure any curable case of dyspepsia ALL THE YEAR HOUND is the time to take medicine provided you need it In Spring in Summer in Fall and in Winter the Red Circle Pill is a sure cure for all curable diseases arising from a torpid liver Sold at Stormes Drug Store and Frisbies Pharmacy STONE T L Sanders bought of Walter Fam a bunch of shoats at 4c per lb George McQuerry bought of C W Mitchell some corn at8250 per bbl John R Qoberts sold to John Stapp horse for 1750 T L Sanders bought of Ruthford Preston a bunch of shoats at 4c per lb A R De Flunt editor of the Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side He says My right arm at times was 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 by R E Me Roberts Druggist John Dennis and family have moved Lexington Mr and Mrs T L San ders visited relatives in your city a part of last week Mrs Mattie Rob erts and children of Lock No 8 visit relatives here this week Mr C S Sanders visited relatives at Hanly Saturday night and Sunday PAINLESS if W kinsmen IndigestionChronic excessive I Circle merits Forsale 1 I Journal ands 5wEXTRACTION The Secret of many a womans beauty lies with There is no good reason why your Teeth should be out of order We are selling the finest gold Teeth for 550 You can surely afford to pay that If your Teeth need filling well give the finest work for 75 cents per If you ASK OUR PATIENTS about our work we feel sure you will be convinced of its genuine merit and fine quality A good set of Artificial Teeth for5 Special inducements for people from a distance DR HOBSON Dentist Office next doortb Government Bldg Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Of See open entrancIngthan all ni ht R CARRIAGE v BUGGY WORK I rI A SPECITY We are doing the Nicest and Best Carriage and Buggy work ever done in Lancaster Come and see for yourselves We have firstclass work men You get Good Honest york polite atten tion ftnd roasonable Price W CT IROIMIAINSWe ate prepared to put on Best Rubber Tires in the market THE OLD RELIABLE FIRM OF LILLARD V STOUT DANVILLE KY N Take pleasure in announcing to their Garrard County friends that they have a Complete Line of the Best if PAINT YOUR HOUSES EARLY them a Call They save you Money k VARNISHES BRUSHES t Gh e wT T a PAINTS AND O 3 McC JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY 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 Kobinsons Hardware store FIRSTtLASS W QBL I my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike willstand ofservice J A ROBINSON Burtons a I LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON HEMP WANTED pot in Lancaster or at my home at Hiattsville R 1C WEST KY forhemp i r 1 ray nu r r 2 7li MAGNETIC I Profs Wilson and Kennedy Of the RICHMOND SCHOOL and INFIRMARY of MAGNET IC HEALING and THERAPEUTICS Richmond Ky have establish branch offics in your city and will on and after Monday April 2 1900 be prepared to receive and treat patients Our success in Richmond has been marvelous and our cures many The demand for our treatment by the people of Lancaster and vicinity have prompted us to locate here V We practice this system of Hjilin u 3o3 Prof S A Welt 11121 the nnsfc wonderful m in of mrlirn Wa cure any and all diseas es without the use of drug or m licins Tnis system is purely scientific and lias ujm practiced in alla in ra or Is sujs33 Prof Weltmer Iris placed IIeilin j imtilia forefront of all curative powers We treat any of the following diseases Rheumatism Dyspepsia Liver and Stomach Complaint Diseases of the Kindneys Heart Disease Female Trouble of any kind Nervous Debility St Vitus Dance Paralysis Asthma Consumption Deafness Diseases of the Eye etc Lost Vitality Cancer Tumors and Goiters Sunken Chest etc Xo matter what your may ba or of how long and see us we can do you goon as we believe any disease cured by our treatment COME AND SEE US It will cost you nothing to consult us regarding your affliction Office over Restaurant Lancaster Office Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m TESTIMONIALS and REFERENCES FURNISHED on APPLICATION HEALERSJ SUGGESTIVE 1 Lql1 tie tim with h n tic ailment standingcome can be Zimmers V I Demand for cattle was good Monday that is from those who had feed G A Swinebroad bought some light heifers at 21 per head Stock feed of all kinds is unusually scarce and is making trading slow W B Tarvis sold a cow nd calf court day for 250 G A Swinebroad sold n good steers weight 755 at 855 per head He also sold a lotof heifers at 4c some cows and lieifers at 22ii9 and hogs at 4 centsMore hemp will be put in this season in Garnml tlim has been for many yeas previous V 15 Burton sold to Mr Frank Stewart ol Atlanta Ha a nice pair of Vilkes lwres for 10- 0Itssie Waklen of the Lancaster Dairy hs received a Jersey bull from Maryland for which he pain 7 He will K placed with the dairy herd Mad dogs are reported in many lc calitics jet out the oh musket and shoot every canine Llilt comes on youi plaix I r you have a good horse advertise him in THE Iiscoi The pnpcr got where a caHl or lull cannot go nut will luring you threefold better re suits the people know what yoi have Ve can print your horse and jafl cauls cheaper and as good as you can yet tinin anywhere Try us and se if this is nut true Eugene J Ira the post and pu usher says thrftr one dose of Foley Honey and Tar restored his voice whei hoarseness threatened to prevent hi lecture at Central Chicago C C J E Stormes lu stoc1 Let usic Hall S S I M Thomas L Baughman sold to G Spoonamore G3i acres of land for 2340 and to J II Otter 58 acres and a fraction for 1754 V E Baugh man sold to Thomas L Baughman acres for 2750 This land is all in the Boughman neighborhood Advocate G A has for sale 100 head of good stock cattle 1 to 2years old They were well wintered on corn and fodder He was fortunate in buy hug them early and wintered for the put on and is now able to sell them cheaper than those who have had to winter cattle When children have carafhe a piece of cotton withBALLAKDS SNOW LINIMENT and place it in the ear It will stop the plain quic kly Price and 50 cents C C J E 1m The regifttr annual meeting of the American Saddle Horse Association viil ha held in Louisville on Friday April 1J00 Can any one recall a time when poiHrv and eggs were a total drug on the market as most commodities have bj n ar one time 01 another Four will be contestants in the 210 classes this year They are Alves 20J Giiytun 20 1 Precision 2103 and Altoka 210 Test your sell corn by placing cernels between pieces of moistened loth on a shallow pan under the itchen stove Keep the cloth moist md in four or live das you can deter mine what per cent of the corn will germinate Chamberlains Cough Remedy has aved the lives of thousands of croupy hildren le is also without an equal coWs and whooping cough For sale by R E McRoberts lyr We desire to call attention to the id of Mr Jake Robinsons line Here fork bull in another column This inimal has attracted much attention iiid is about the finest ever stoo David Swine road saturate 2 tormes 10 or 0 6 lIeu ton 9 around here Mr Robioson is a leader In the stock business and his efforts to bring in the very best are appreci ated by men This promises tq be a year unprece dented for business among the pure bred poultry breeders The fererseems to have struck the whole country and the demand for purebred stosk is greater than JudgeS II Boles of Glasgow is tlie owner of a sow which is undoubtedly entitled to the highest honours for the greatest number of living pigs of any sow in that sectiqn if not bftiie entire Stateharing dropped a litter of seventeen ssveral weeks ago The animal is three years old and is of the Duroc Jersey variety Children often inherit feeble diges tive power and colic of a more or less severe character food is taken which is at all difficult to digest WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE acts asa general and permanent tonic Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes 1m It is everlastingly to the discredit of the dafry interests of this country that Denmark will buy American corn and oil meal pay freight on it feed it convert it into butter and outsell our butter by three cents a pound in the English market Are you interested in the Light Harness Horse If so you want the Kentucky Stock Farm It is the leading authority on all matters to the breeding raising and training of the trotter and pacer It is published at Lexington the Hub of the Ilorse Universe For ninety days we are enabled to offer the Kentucky Stock Farm and The CENTRAL REC OKD for 200 Send your at once to Louis Landram Lan caster Ky tf A man who cannot find pleasure in arranging and rearranging his too sheds stables grain bins etc when other work is not pressing or on rainy days has but little interest in his work Cut and gather burrs Spanish need les etc on the next damp day Pile them up and burn them as soon as they are dry enough and you will have done a work that will make you feel good for a whole year Rev W E Sitzer W Caton N Y writes I had dyspepsia over twenty years and tried doctors and medicine without benefit I was persuaded use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it help ed me from the start I believed it to be a panacea for all forms of indi sl Son It digests what you eat F P Frisbie 1m The total value of the eggs and chick ens marketed in the United States lat year was 210000000 The magnitude of the poultry industry is made more e J lit in tilt fact that the value of the 183 potato crop was only 80000 000 and the total value of the pig iron output seldom exceeds 150000000 while the annual output of coal amounts only to about 8550000000 It is stated that only four horses have ever sold for 100000 or over The first of these was Axtel who was sold about eleven years ago as a threeyear ole for 105000 the next was Anon who in 18il sold for 125000 the thud was Ormonde the grandsire of Flying Fox who was sold in lS5 for 150000 the fourth was Flying Fox who sold recently in England forl7000 Axtel and Arion were trotters Ormonde and Flying Fox runners It seems that when a flock of sheep and its increase arc mortgaged to a debt the wool is not included- in such mortgage and that the owner of the sheep may sell the wbol and 1 the tock thesupply results vNen pertaining t secure producing subscriptions I AM 88 YEARS OLD and never used any rem to Dr Bells gives quick and permanent relief in grip as well as coughs and colds weak Mrs M A Metcalfe Paducah Ky 4 Pine4 i Ring out the old the new Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from forests of Norway DR BELLS ine Tar Honey Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a PLEASANT PERMANENT POSITIVE CURE for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD BOTTLES ONLY 25c SOc AND 100 SIZES Be sure you get Dr Bells PINETARHONEY THE Z Z SUTHEKLAHD MEDICUJE CO Fowital Park Padmcah Sfcr IIJ tI Ringin coughwornLungs e M w the p1ey DRUGGISTS AT McROBE TS DRUG STQftE LANCASTER KY 1 ii r J ft 0 i 4J 4 I k I 7 NERVOUS WOMEN Do feel like screaming just before and during Are you easily irritated Do If answer is Yes to of these questions you should Jose no time in taking BRADFIELDS REGULATOR It will overcome and cure e form of irregular menses of the other uterine trouble 1 at Drugglste TOE BHADF1ELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Gs not account therefor to the mortgagee The courts hold that the term increase applies to the animal and not to its productsThere seems to be very little rhyme or reason in the relative position of cattle hog and sheep values While hogs are higher than a year ago sheep 1 lugliei and lambs 2 higher f 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 a year ago The best cattle so far this month have sold at BG10best 5best sheep at 540 and best lambs at 720 The bulk of the beef cattle are now selling at 460 to 525and buyers are acting ina very bearish manner Farmers Home Jour nal The farmer does not have to solicit the patronage of any one He does not have to enter into competition und strife with his neighbors like the merchant he does not have to wran jle anJ warp the truth like some In fact he can be the most man on Gods green earth if he manages his affairs in a business lihe manner He has more time and qual opportunities for improving his mind he has less allurements for his morals and his occupa tion is conductive of the highest dei valopment of his physical powers He be on intimate terms with his whole family at peace with the world md he can worship God under his own ig tree none daring to molest or make him afraid Mississippi Valley Democrat j I sickness sometimesU I leucor- rhoea womband 1 were hogsat people independent an I corrupting Sent express- charges pre for 170 lion heads and 2ccnt stump ta MARKSUORY Smith Currey Agents for Dan yule Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Ollice at K II dry goods store tf Mrs F K Sutton and little daughter Flossie spent a few days in Nicholas ville last week Mrs Mary Floyd of Boyle and Mr Jones Yeager and son William of Danville visited Mr and Mrs Fred Saturday Miss Eliza Williams of Burgin is visiting friends and relatives in this commu nity Mrs J B Kemper who has been quite sick for the past week is improving Mrs II D Aldridge visit ed Mrs Mary Floyd of Boyle Tuesday Miss Nellie Arnold of Lancaster spent several days last week with her aunt Mrs M L Anderson Joel Walker of Lancaster visited Nixon Perkins last week Going Ioru Hill PeoplesulTering from feel a gradual butsteady lossof vitality They should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure It is guaranteed C C JE Stormes 1m CARTERSVILLK John Davis sold to Ed Keohler 75 barrels of corn at 250 per bbl J C Napier sold a bunch of hogs at 4 cents Miss Tillie Arnold closed a success ful school last week Rev Carrier tilled his regular at Cartersville Saturday night and Sunday Elder Greenwade preaches for Leav cl Green church on the second Satur day night and Sunday of each month Ed Keohler has gone to East Bern stadt on business Misses Kate and Anna Martin are both on the sick list Mrs J C Napier we are glad to say is improving after a long illness Ora sevenyearold daughter of George Green is very sick Miss Lon of Kirksville is visiting her Mrs Dr Perkins Nannie Ke p Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural loose ness of the bovels It always cures For sale by R E McRoberts lyr Batsons Kemp r diseases appointment sister Miss 1S kid ney Ballard was the guest of Miss Tulle Arnold last week Miss Mi Ida Na pier and Miss Long were the guests of Mrs Fannie Keohler Saturday night Miss Helen Bailey has returned to her home in Clay county after a pro longed visit to friends in Garrard Miss Jennie Hiatt of Rowland has returned to Carters TIe mud roads have been unusually bad this winter but they havent stopped William Smith from going to see his girl Ii rii i e Cough G Vacher 157 Osgood St Chicago says My wife had a very severe case of lagrippe and it left her with a very had cough She tried a bottle of Fo leys Honey and Tar and i gave j relief A 50 cent bottle cured her cough entirely Price 25c and 50 j cents 1m BRYANTSVILLE Mr Jeff Dunn has lost a horse with pinkeye Mrs Pauline Smith is quite ill at J 13 I t- Yn rill C C J E Stormes I I I I I I 4 immediate a this writing Mrs Spoonamore who was thrown from her buggy a few weeks ago and received serious injuries is reported no better Mrs Haselden has retuined from the cities where slie selected a beanti ful line of millinery ilor opening will be announced in next issue Mr Sam Boner of Camp Nelson has gone to Illinois to make it his future home Marshal Hughes of Danville made a business trsp here last week Mr J W Poor of Lancaster was the guest of his daughter Mrs Bell Scott a few days last week Mrs Maggie Crutchlield of Lexington has return ed home after a pleasant visit to relatives here Mrs Nannie Hughes and little granddaughter who have ben the guests of Mrs Has elden the past three weeks have gone to Paint Lick to visit her parents Mr and Mrs B F Jennings Mrs Char lie Boner has roturncd from a visit to friends in Lexington Miss Galliher has a beautiful young la dy visitor but we failed to learn her to her name Margaret I o Tn R fd Jm ucnqVi1 L 4i EooJJ TO pjiiKiiFcpJ4i-e Ututi CURE PL I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES pnalQr 313 Hoitb Main Street ST LOUIS UCF 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