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KtVfiVriI VKVK LOUD LANDRAM Publisher Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Secqnd Class Matter LANCASTER KY THURSDA JUNE 7 1900 ONE DOLLAR tnttalttor NUMBEI 10 AYEAR r t he fr L J e A AND VICINITYr a a ooecadoosaao oooooo o oooaaaacaaaoceooe oooooooo acootooaaooooooosoo3 3 bRNCIAST R 1esaa eaeee eaaaeoelaoe aa Auction at Saturday Visit Joe Xieklass shaving parlor The readymade unlerwcar splf is selling rapidly Wanted 10000 pounds Af hunger Highest market price viand II R Uorthcotl Go to E W Morrow graduate op tician at McRoberts for spectacles Eyes tested I JKE store or your homes Tomato IMaiitN Twelve different varieties now ready for sale at 15 cts dozen 2 dozen for 25 cts Call on Joe and Louis Burnside Danville street tf Strawberry and I e Oream Supper There will be a strawberry and ice cream supper at Fairview church next Friday night the 8th Supper 25cts No charge for a good time Everybody invited Prof Clay Greens orchestra of four men left for Rockeastle Springs yes terday He took Tuck Burnside Ma they Lackey and Will Royston Jim Jones and Theodore Young also went along as waiters Superintendents Notice White teachers examination will be held at my guide Tune 35 and Hi and for colored teachers June 22 and 5 All trustees who were elected last October and have not qualifled will do so at once at ELISA LUSK Supt Attention Farmers We take pleasure in gratifying the farmers of Garrard county that as usual we will be in the market for wheat and will buy at all stations on the Rowland Branch L s railroad and will see that our friends and cus tomers get top prices for their wheat So make no promises to anyone but be independent and remember your friends before selling and sec us We have storage room for 50000 bushels of wheat and rate of storage will be rea sonable We also will keep on hand new sacks to sell farmers at cost should they want to hold their wheat Your Friends II A B MAKKsnritv Sox vvv T ys a t Iturd Uoluutle I I SSvccn atJo t tirr i C C Elegant ribbed vests at Joseph White China Silk parasols at Jo sephs Home grown cherries are selling at twent3Tfive cents a gallon If you are in need of furniture go to J A Beazleys where you can get the best goods for the least money Paris green insect powder moth preventive carbolic acid nator articles necessary during the hot weather STOUMKS DUUG STOKE Town Lot in Bryantsvlllc for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwellings Apply to J X Dunn or myself at Bryantsville Tor particulars tf IAS HILLS Flue Iterries TIIK Riccoitn is under many obliga Lions to Mrs C J Doty for a box of delicious strawberries They arc un usually large and cst llavored we have seen The telegraph company has left a lot of wires across the Square that arc liable to fall and hurt As the town recently paid a cool eight hundred dollars for similar careless ness someone should see that these wires are removed No Opera Mr Fissinger went to Louisville last week and a contract with the Dan Packard Opera Co to appear tirec nights in Lancaster The peo ple were looking forward with much pleasure to the coming of the troupe but it failed to show up Mr Fissin gel is as mad as a wet hen Kentucky Campaign Tin RECOUD has received a copy of time much talked of book entitled That Kentucky Campaign by Hughes Schaefer and Williams It is a strictly nonparti san account of the facts connected with Kentuckvs recent troubles con tains many fine halftone cuts and is a most interesting and valuable Wool See advertisement on another page of THE RKCOUD If you want a complete and perfectly fair and impartial ac count on the campaign order this book at once Mr Hughes is a Lan caster bUr who is and has been time working on a Louisville daily f I hug cxtcnui the smoothestswcet someone mad hat published fU- lsome tile ts LOOK And You Will Buy One lot of nice quality Will close out at 6 l2c yd One Lot fire Sheer Lawns worth 15 Wets Will close at lOc yd One lot k French Organdies worth Will close at 12 12 15cts Will close out at 7 l2o yd OCP Dim fit Will close out at 12 l2c yd These goods will sell fast at the prices we have put on them J3 ifyou want to secure some of these bargains you should come early I 1 1 r lawns wortn 1 1212 c 25 Lot udity l 1 c LOT FINE QUALITY PIQUE WORTH 20 LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY I I Il ii 30 L 0ji Go Pique Forth i22 i- j t Hs c work at Duncans Hotel 1arber Shop Go to T A Beazlcy for a new and beautiful line of wall paper Lonsdale cambric corset covers lace and einbroidertrimmed at Josgphs Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats and Furnishings all goes in Sweeneys Auction Saturday The new dynamos are in at the light plant and the lights arc much better This makes three dynamos now in use Kay 1cas ICIcot Officers Garrard Lodge ISo 29 elected the following otllcers for the ensuing term Joe E Robinson C C J W V C T B Collier prelate J Joseph mastcratarms G I Swinebroad keeper records and seal 11 Kinnaird master exchequer T Joseph R IT Tomlinson delegates to grand lodge J E Robinson and G B Swinebroad alternates Sunday night some one entered the boarding house of Mrs BoneratCamp Nelson and was proceeding to prowl all over the place when young Mr Bo ncr was awakened He saw a negro with his trousers and made a dash for him The two men struggled to the door and the negro broke loose and made his escape The latter had hitched a horse to the fence and the scuflle frightened the animal causing it to break loose Mr Boner secured part of the bridle and brought it to town when it was recognized by Mr W B Burton as his own Mr Burton had hired a horse to Ed Somers the lay be ore and Somers was hunted up and arrested It is a strong case against the negro but as he has es caged from jail theres no telling when he will be furnished free trans portation to Frankfort Tool French Leave Ed Sommers confined in tne Lan caster jail charged with breaking into the residence of Mr Boner crawled through the hole made by the other escaped prisoners some time ago and by means of a key which had been slipped to him made good his escape Sunday night It is hard to see how the key was put in the jail unless it was handed on a pole through the windows over which there are no out side shutters This is the way most all implements arc furnished prison ers When Big Injun Rotlnvell was jailor he went before every grand jury and pleaded that shutters be put on the jail and every jailor on duty since that time has made the same request but it has never been done The has paid out enough for repairs to have bought the shutters Something ought to be done as the jailor now has no protection unless he sits up all night and watches the windows ers has not yet been captured but several olllcers are on his trail SI 00 Uinmoml lUng The most inviting entertainment of the season will be given day night June 28 A diamond ring worth 100 will be given to the contestant in declamation several from other sections of the state engaging in the exercises prize will be given for the best essay not to exceed 300 wordssubject True Womanhood and one for the best oral spelling words to be given bv Prof J II Patterson from Me Guffeys speller All school districts should be represented especially in third contest which will be as well as entertaining Send names of contestants to F Saufley Hughes who will keep a record of same Admission to hear contests children 25 cents general admission 33 cents reserved seats 50 cents at McRoberts drug store Cafe Car Lexington Lender The Chesapeake and Ohio railway will inaugurate its new dining car service on the Lexington division morning attaching the car to the Louisville bound train which 1 aves Lexington 820 a m Breakfast will be served between Lexington and Shelbyville where the car will be transferred to the east bound train passing here at 1115 a m The dining car will be detached from the train at Olive Hill about two oclock and be picked up there by the west bound train which reaches here at 510 p m continuing with this train until it reaches There it will be attached to the train reaching here at 840 r m where it will be cut oft and remain over night The dining car will be conducted in the cafe or a la carte sys tern patrons ordering just what they want and paying only for what they The car will carry same stock and equipment as the diners on main line the only difference being that it will not serve regular meals Superintendent Calcutt says every thing will be first class and in season and travelers can secure anything they want from a cup of coffee to a Del monico supper The new service will prove a great onvenience to the traveling public ind is bound to be immensely popu lar e Sweeney necd county Son Thurs successful Another th profitable tomorrow eastbound eastbound tIc r or Firstclass A iarlug hereon order S 1I Visit Joe Niklass shaving parlor Laces and embroideriesat Josephs Strawberries arc plentiful at thirty cents a gallon Plenty of cream and berries at church night Sermon on Temperance Next Sunday evening Rev T C Massce will preach a sermon on tem perance by request lIe will till his usual appointment Suirtlay moaning All cordially invited The census enumerators commenced work on the first Be thinking up the date of the birth of your greatgreat greatgrandfathers second cousins and many more equally as foolish questions and you will be better pre pared for the enumerator when he calls I PIS 1CI1N Must The Board of Health wishes to call the citizens attention to the existent of an ordinance recently passed pro hibiting the keeping of hogs in within the town limits after the 1st day of June The Board for the of the health of the community have determined to see that ordinance enforced Sauflcy Complimented Sianford Journal While in Louis vine last week attending the reunion of his Confederate comrades Judge M C Saufley was called on by a of representative men from all over the state and urged him to a candidate for govenor He was much gartillcd by the mark of esteem and confidence and so express ec himself but declined the request Sautleys ambition lies entirely in the line of his profession and if he is not some day chief justice of Ken tacky the people of the state wil lost from their highest court one of tne brightest intellects in the country K I I i trict iTIcetiiijf The district meeting of the Knights of Pythias will be held in next Friday Probably one hundred visiting knights will be present and it pleasant time is anticipated is the 1MIOGUAM Friday morning Reception at Hall Afternoon Open session at Opera House J E Robinson chairman Address of welcome by Hon R II Tomlinsonr Response by Grand Chan cellar Horner Address on Pythianism by Rev J C Massee 330 oclock Business session at Castle Hall 5 oclock Smoker at Garrard Hotel 730 oclock York at lodge room 10 oclock sharp Banquet at Gai rard Hotel A Brilliant Wedding At the residence of the brides pa rents Mr and Mrs B F Hudson on Danville street yesterday morning Fred P Frisbie and Miss Alice Walker Hudson were united in the holy bonds of wedlock The parlor was prettily decorated for the occasion evergreens and potted plants being used in great profusion Promptly at nine oclock the four little ribbon girls Lena Rigney Jennie Burnside Annie Cotton and Josephine Hudson entered the parlor two of them bear ing ribbons extending from the door way to either side of the large bay window Tiie attendants Miss Lizzie Hudson and Mr Huston Face came next followed by the bride and groom The party including two of the rib bon girls formed a semicircle The ceremony was performed by Dr J L McKee of the Presbyterian church in his usual impressive manner at the conclusion of which the party left the parlor As the party entered Miss May Z Hughes played the Mendel solid wedding march in her usual ar tistic style During the ceremony she played Palms The same march was rendered as the party left the room Immediately after the cere mony Mr and Mrs Frisbie were to Danville where they tool the train for Knoxville Ashland N C and other southern cities where they will spendseveral weeks The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs B F Hudson of this city She is a young woman of beau ty and rare intelligence She has al ways taken an active part in Sunday school and Christian Endeavor work was a leader in the advancement o church interests Most girls of her beauty intelligence and positijr are prone to devote their entire time to society and worldly pleasures but she is a woman of practical ideas the kind that make a helpmeet indeed Mr Frisbie has won a jewel for a wife one that will help him over the stony pathway of life The groom is the youngest son of Mrs Mattie P Fris bie and is a young man of business ability and excellent social standing lIe engaged in the drug nosiness here some months ago and notwithstand ing the fact that he encountered es tablished opposition has a lucrative business The young couple start upon the journey through life under the most flattering circumstan ces and TUB RECOUD joins many warm friends In wishing their voyage one of happiness Fairview tomorrow Go Judge become very Judge Lancaster Following Castle J r driven boiling cu pen bent delegation s r f Wash fabrics at Josephs See jeui See J A Beazleys line of wall before buying Remember the supper at Fairview church tomorrow Friday night Chance to get goods at your own price at Sweeneys auction Saturday Red Ash Blucgem and Brilliant coal for cash cheap J C Moss 222tf Mr Jesse II Walden has bought the interest of his father in the Danville planing mills and will make that city his home Come in and pay your taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise and same will be done ilia few days J B Sanders S G C Democrats ICeiiicmbrr The convention to select delegates to the Louisville convention will be held at the Court House next Satuaday All are invited and urged to be on hand There will be so many visiting K Ps here Friday night that it was to leave the ladies at home Onc young member who is a hard courier said if the women came they would not give the men a chance to say anything and TIm RECORD hopes his sweetheart will spot him Captain hats Been There While throwing in a job our 15yearold devil Frank Pum phrey turned to Capt White and said Captain what does toasts Captain replied That my son means that a lot of fellows have worked day and night for several weeks memorizing speeches When the time comes they get up and say Mr Toastmaster and gentlemen this Is a great surprise to me as I was Tot expecting at all to be called on to make a speech Bow wow wow wow etc Dissolution Notice The partnership heretofore exist in between T S Burnam I CHucker as Burnam Pucker in time milling business at Paint Lick Ky is chi day dissolved by mutual consent 1 C Rucker retires going to Bony Ky to run a mill for Buruam Rucko at that place Burnam Co succcs SOlS to Burnam Rucker at Pain Lick will continue the business All accounts due Burnam Rucker must be paid at once to wind up the either partner can collect iT4t BUKNAM Co paper Notice to Taxpayers delinquents decided yesterday impromptu mean business r C lC C C Handsome lace curtains at Parasols fans ancLumbrellas in great variety at Joseplis Up stairs on Public Square Apply to Joe Kiklass Prompt attention and satisfaction given at Duncans Hotel Barber Shop Old urrey you can the lowest prices Smith Currey Agents for Dan ville Steam laundry York shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Oilice at R II Batsons dry goods store tf We will pay 20 per week and expen ses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer in the country Address with stamp Excelsior Mfg Co Parsons Kan Our customers know they are get ting full value for their money when they come to us We have no schemes to draw trade We re ly solely upon honest g9 vls and prices These will win every time J Joseph Wheat As agent for a reliable firm I will pay the highest market price for wheat I will engage a few choice crops now iflkM at once to be de livered at threshing time To3i ADAMS tf Bryantsville Ky Emigration Mr LD Herndon this week and took away twenty or thirty cored men to work at the mines wanted a hundred of them but most all prefer cd to lounge about t n during Railroad Mind good wages offered the men all the year round Many more have promised to JTO later AVorkof IV C T IT June Uth the anniversary of Miss Cassedys birth is observed as a spec ial day for the distribution of lowers and other work in connection with this department of the W f Time ladies will observe this custom Satur day by visiting the jail ancl workhouse mid giving each prisoner a bunch of lowers Last Saturday they went to the Poor House and sang hymns gave each inmate a nice box of lunch held prayer service and gave them a word of good cheer Time Lancaster Union never fails to observe these days I forrent Dont be the neliable house of get the Best t lIl tilted or was her from Virginia coal min e summer fare and cork I C T tu d rims1 rooms deceived but Go all the t C S catchpenny honest Coot Prices that Exact Jdmiration If you havent bought your SpringVsuit yet we can give you some very We can give you satis faction as well as econemy Our suits are stylish elegant distinguished look lug and reasonable in price 750 Sio and 1200 will buy a firstclass suit and you will be surprised to learn how good these suits are Look through our Tailoring Department suits made to measure and fit guaranteed Prices from 15 to 4500 per Fine Shoes See our line of fens 350 Walkover Shoes Our line of Ladies fine foot wear made by Drew Selby and excel anything in town I figurs I Q 0 0 suite I o J 1 interesting 0 Tin Roofing Galvanized and Tin Guttering Tin and Steel Metal work of all kinds Promptly attended to and Satisfaction guar anteed J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Y i111a 1eiftlm Arterial it i Cayitr Emlllalllliiig A lecialtJ Full Line of Furniture antI Carpets LOCAL TIMETABLES of r0 1 Southbn l passes 1110 AV Northhnd Mixed 3it p M Northbud Passgr south bud lanMAlx h Lance ter+ j vt hvawn y MENS SUITS THAT c Knights of Pythias Garrard Lodge Iso 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 COMPEL See Our Shirt Department meet all fancies Our collection of Fancy Slirts is varied enough to hit all fancies The Shirtmakers have turned out hundreds new paterns this Spring and every new conception is represented here It is a pleasure to run through them and that pleasure is yours sir any time you say Pricesfrom 500 to i 53 Have we got them Well we should say so How many do you want We have enough to covar every head in town and County Its very difficult for us to try to tell you about them Theres too much to tell Prices range from 25c to 200 II I I I ofnewradIcally i 0f 0 I Straw Hats I I 1Q I I I I tiet tit l Q 1I0 f Up To Date Hosiery Beautiful line of f Y l v o o Neckwear a 0 LogallRohillsollo o oo 00000000 o0000 oSo o ono oozo oo oo o ia w FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY JUNE 11 1900 NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES- At 25 cents a Gallon You pay 40 50 cents for the very same article elsewhere 10 Ibs GOOD SALT FOR 5 cts LIPTONS FANCY TEA At 130 a 1 4 lb Box Known all over the World as the best and sold by all other stores at 100 a pound Try a box youll like it Our regular price is 20c a box YOURS FOR BARGAINS Blue Grass GroceryPh- one 83 T E SMITH Mgr SPECIAL fiNEST BLENDED o7 mid CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNE 7 1900 EVERY WEEK BY TOUIS LAXDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY CKRMB i Six MONTHS f THREE TT 3IAKKS the hearts of all l ians swell with pHtle over e royal manner in which eil the Confederate veterans They never do things by halves in the Falls City and if the people of the state would only fall in behind the Louis ville band wagon and catch step to the strains of that new in Kentucky march Progress we would soon be far ahead of our northern sister states in commercial and manufacturing tors AT fie meeting of the committee at Ilarrodsburg Saturday Hon G G Gilbert was declared the nominee of the dem urats in this district to suc ceed himself in Congress Mr Gil bert has done noble work for his con stituents and is untiring in looking after their wants and requests He Iris won the confidence old of bjth parties and is certainly entitled tu the many words of praise showered upon him Tin question of holding an election for governor this fall has not yet been thill nitcly settled there being a wide difference of opinion on the matter The people as a rule arc not bother ing about it as they are too glad that quiet and order has been restored in the state Little interest is manifes ted in the matter save by the politi clan who put in their entire time dabbling in elections TilE souvenir edition of the Carlisle Mercury is one of the neatest and best we have seen As TILE RECORD was hereabouts to issue a paper of kind we have taken great in watching the work of the other press boys Green Kellars eirort was a decided success and we congratulate our good friend upon send ing out one of the handsomest papers printed in central Kentucky THE Danville News published by the Columbia Printing Co and edited by Mr R O Cunningham has made itsdejut It is chock full of choice reading matter has lots of bright spicy editorials plenty of big ads and a healthy appearance generally Mr Cunningham is a splendid newspaper man and a clever gentleman THE KKCOKU wishes the News all kinds of good luck TilE Courier Journal put the big pot in the littleonc last week a special edition every day It contained many columns of interesting reunion matter in addition to its usual general news The Courier Journal has the best equipped ollice in the south and all Kentuckians are proud of the paper Foil the steenth time its telegraph ed to the whole world that Aguinaldo has been killed People have about quit reading so much as the headlines over this old chestnut Story of n Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery Goe D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a slave was made He My wife has been so helpless for five that she could not turn over in bed a After two bottles of Bitters she is and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness melancholy headache backache fainting and dizzy spells This working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by R E McEoberts Druggist lin rs ry ONE YEAR IN DtaaCE stuck Louisville ntertatu rasp ct the first this t rest in Bro publishing free saYi line Electric wonderfully improved sleeplessness miracle I J yea Eve fr 00o t PAINT LICK Tobacco setting is about completed in this community A big acreage is reported this year The visitors who attended the Con federate reunion at Louisville have returned reporting a fine time Mr Bonsibs lecture was attended bjfc a good crowd but h Cflmed to have some opposition toward the close Dr Ledford has quit the goods business andow turns his attention to tilling at least for a day or so V The ladies View Christian church will give rawberry supper at their church Hex Friday June 8 for the benefit of the jhurcli all in vitcd m Henry Moore has a i that made a nest in a tree top about twenty feet fom the ground and hatched some chickens in it They reached terra fima some unknown way and are growing nicely All who sufTer from piles will be glad to learn that DeWitfs Witch Hazel S Ive will give them instant and per manent relief It will cure eczema and all skin diseases Beware of cOlin terfeits P FrisEic 1m I C Puicker has sold his interest in the nulls at this place to T S Burnam his partner He will now take charge of Burnam Rockers Flouring Mill at Berry Ky and will leave for that place in the next ten days The all regret to see so good a man leave this place and their best wishes for his success go with him to his now business Miss Nary Thompsonof Lancasteris the guest of her sister Mrs II L nings this week Leslie Rice of Winchester is visiting his brother Guy W Rice at this place Miss Ida Speed of Louisville is visiting Misses Jennie and Lannie Parkes Miss Euphehnie Young of South Carolina is visiting her aunt Mrs L I Echols near this place Henry jioorc and Tuggy spent Monday in Richmond J S Johnson and Sauf ley Hughes of Lancaster were here Sunday Misses and Ora Hcndren of Kirksvillc paid this towna flying visit Sunday Robert Bradley Mays is cutting a wide swath in society just now Miss Mattie Shumatea Missouri beauty is visiting her grand fathers A K Lackey and Champ Shumate beside numerous other relatives near here Several people of this place attended the com immcement at Berea Wednesday Mrs John Rucker recently of Berry has joined herhusband here and will make this their future home Volcanic Eruption Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever sores Ulcers Boils Felon Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25cts a box Cure guaranteed sold by R E McRob crts Druggist im SWEENEY Quite a number of this vicinity at tended preaching at Goshen Sunday There will be services conducted at Beazleys school house Sunday morn Campbellformerly Mrs Robert Land of Lincoln ty is visiting her daughter Mrs 0 B Perkins Your correspondent spent Sunday with relatives ard Mr and Mrs Loyd Bourne spent Snnday with relatives near Bet tis Miss Dovie Merritt of Lincoln spent days last week Mrs 0 B Perkins Mrs S Rigsby and pretty little daughter Ella May are visiting relatives in Livingston Cheap Insurance Many a man has beeninsured against Brights disease diabetes or other dangerous ailment by a fifty cent of Foleys Kidney Cure Take no other C C J E Stormes 1m p n li I of it a h 1 citizens Led for d visitors IIel ton of at Crab with bottle td1t nil C Jcl e cot Ore several w J a STONE T L Saunders sold to W J Walker of Burgin a good mule for 125 Messrs L M Crutchfield and Gwyn Clouse have begun repairing the school house Miss Alice Jones of Lexington has a nice class in music in the Pleasant Hill neighborhood C M Mobcrly attended the burial of his brotherinlaw Mr Forbes at Richmond last Saturday Miss Acla Preston remains very ill at this writing C W Mitchell has had two very sick children The protracted meeting will begin at Scotts hurl the lirst Sunday in August conducted by Rev J II Coil Rev Shaw of Lexington will fill the pulpit at Scotts Fork the third Sunday in this month instead of the second as was announced Bill Hampton sold toJim Hamilton of your city two horses for 275 he also bought of L M Crutch Held a horse at 100 and one of Ellis Math ews The members of the Scotts Fork church met at Pleasant Hill Sunday and helped the people in that neigh borbood to organize a Sunday school which we hope will flourish Men may differ on politics religion or finance but all who have tried Salve are agreed as to its worth for cuts sores piles and skit diseases Its the most healing in the world C C J E Stormes Messrs F L and J M Saunders spent a part of last week in Burgin with the matters brother and sister who are very sick Your correspondent spent last week with relatives at Jud son Miss Marie Leavell of Point Leavcl spent last week with Miss Myrtle Mobcrly Mrs Woodward of Cynthiana spent a part of last week with her sister Mrs C W Mitchell Messrss L L Saunders and L D Mitchell attended the commencement at Jessamine Institute last Mrs C Saunders spent last week with relatives at llanley R v ll Coi 1 filled his appointment at Scotts Fork last Sunday The mem bers are very sorry thit he could not accept the work at this place 7 M Saunders and family of Iliattsville spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother T L Saunders and family and attended preaching at Scotts hark Prevented A Tragedy Timely information given Mrs G Long of 2few Straitsvillc Ohio vented a tregcdy and saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her every night She had tried many remedies and doctors but stead ily grew worse until urged to try Dr Kings Jsew Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit Of this grand remedy for curing all throat chest and lung troubles Only 0c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at McRoberts drug store 1m PREACHERSVILLE We have had some line rains for the last few days Frank Thompson sold a nice saddle horse last week Dare Anderson sold some nice hogs to S Morgan for 4c J C Fox bought some hogs from Win Shaw Son for 4Jc Brown Cress bought a bunch of nice hogs in Rockcastle last weak Crops are looking well the pros pect is good for a fruit crop this year Bli Cox andMissMary Rothwell were married last week Congratulations Born to the wife of Mr Menefee Elmore a fine boy All are doing John W Cummins is at work on his census enumeration which he reports is very tedious Jones L Anderson arid wife their mothers brothers and sisters and friends last Tuesday Hutchins Bro bought twelve cattle from Tames Roberts for 205 also a saddle horse from J P Rogers for T 0 Richard Robinson and daughters Misses Mary E Mattie arid spent Sunday J Band J L Ilutohins attended the memorial services at Ephesus Sunday which was well attended and the crowd was royally entertained Bro de a very appropriate sermon Miss Allie White was visiting at F F Cummins Sunday Miss iorr ron one of the teachers in the Sue A Bennett College at London is visiting Mrs Geo King this week Mrs B Y Hubble and family were visiting Mr J H Rigsbys family first of the week W P Grimes has been attending the Confederate reunion at Louisville last week Dr Brown was here last week to sec J J Thompson whe has been on the sick list Would Not Suffer So Again for Fifty TlnnH Its 1rice I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach I never felt so badly in all my life When 1 came down to work this morning I felt so weal Icould hardly work I went to Miller McCurdys drug store and they rec Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy It like magic and one dose fixed me alright It certainly is the finest thing I ever used for stomach trouble I shall not be without it in my home hereafter for I should not to the sufferings of last nightagain for fifty times its price G II Wilson Liveryman Burgcttstown Washing byE i r r Banner burns medicine Wednesday pr t I I I I well entertained Iv at Noaks n om mended worked endure C wake C C Ephesus mitered Tic S care 1 c l BRYAXTSVILLE Rev Robinson will fill his appoint incut here at the Methodist church the third Sunday and Sunday even ing I have a beautiful line of trimmed which I will sell very cheap Mrs A S Haselden I will be at Dr offlce BIT antsvUle Thursday June 14th Those needing glasses will do well to see me E W Morrow graduate optician On the 39th of May Mr J It of Nicholasvillc and Miss Bertie Burk of Little Ilickman were united in the holy bonds of wedlock Mr Henry Saunders ofliciated They were elegantly entertained at Mrs Burl the following evening We wish them a happy future Mothers who would keep their chil dren in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and them with WHITES CKISAM VEIIMIFUGE Price 25 cts C C J E Stormse 1m Mrs J W Hogaii has returned from a weeks visit to her daughter Mrs Wolfolk of Lexington Quite a number attended the reunion isville last week among the visitors who attended were Misses Alie Dunn Mamie Ballard Messrs Hermon Fra xee and father Mrs Frazce went to Nicholasville shopping Tues day Mrs Kannie Ballard of visited her sister Mrs X Dunn this week Mr M Moss and wife visited Mr L Shearcs last week Miss Elizabeth Shares returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Walters of Jessamine Mrs Martha Mont gomcry of Texas is visiting Mrs Jas Burnside also Miss Campbell of Pop lar Plains Texas is the guest of here Miss Nellie Bourne has returned from a visit to Lexington where she has been visiting relatives Miss Eliza Burk of spent last week with her parents at Little Ilickman Mrs Olivia King and daughter Ellie are in Lexington this week Mr apd Mrs King of Bur gin visited relatives here Sunday The Misses Shcrldans sf Lock ISo S two beautiful young lathes were the guests of Miss Kate Moore Saturday and Sunday Ausivcretl Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and never thought of using else for indigestion or Billow ness 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 of the liver stimulate the Her vows and organic action of the system alid that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with 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 For sale by C C J E Stormes FLATWOODS Mi G W Spangler spent Saturday night and Sunday at W II FUrls Mr Campbell of Clay county visited his son Mr Win Campbell last week Miss Martha Ilornsby and Miss Mary Coldiron are visiting relatives in this vicinity Docs itliy to liny 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 Yes if possible if not possible for you then Ii either case take the ONLY remedy that has been in all civilized countries with in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not only heals 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 Rcccommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale be C C J E Stories A bad man never fits a good place There is no substitute for honesty B F rouser druggist at Cdetopa Kansas says I have the best sale on Dr Caldwclls Syrup Pepsin of any article in my store So has R E Me Roberts It cures Constipation Indi gestioii Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble 1m Nothing is well done till it is done right The hardest load any one ever tried to carry is a burden of sin To save mending avoid breaking and to avoid suffering prevent coughs and colds by the timely use of cous SENS HONEY OF TAU It is a safe sure and swift remedy for all ial ailments Price 25 and 50 cents Stormes 1m No one ever does right by accident when he is trying to do wrong You feel better at once after using IIEUBINE you enjoy your fool more and you get more nourishment and force out of what you eat IIEUBINE makes you strong vigorous and Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m Those who do right can afford to wait the explanation time will always make of all misunderstandings and misrepresentations Many women fail to digest their food and so become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness and beauty of the skin and com plexion departs Remedy this by talc ing HEUUINE after each meal to digest what you have eaten Price 50 cents g u I i hats Elliotts at Lou Lancaster 1 relatives largest grandmothers anything action headaches and I a climate introduced success and stimulates I I C J I invigorating cheerful I freshness I G C J E Stories I I hunter all Bourne d Question C os brow CC encc S 1- t a rf i da j Twenty long yearling mules sold in Danville for 3210 G A Swinebroad has 109 head good quality young steers for sale There if no benefit in keeping a sow that is vicious and troublesome The heavy rains have done great to wheat out in the State It is generally a safe plan to sell hogs whenever a fair price is offered For Sale No 3 Rock Crusher W DeBaun Perryville Ky 313t Mustard used to be eaten whole and dry instead ot in paste made from mustrfrd flour More country girls than city girls marry not because theyre better bred but becaused they can make bet ter bread Give plenty of pure water Be care ful that the hogs have all the water they want at night They are apt to drink heavily before going to bed Hogs should not be fed watered swill and no slop in undue the grain fed for its distends the stomach and disarranges the digestive apparatus resulting in waste of feed Harrodsburg Democrat Messrs Ruble Bros of Garrard county have sold their fat cattle 128 head at 40 per hundred These rattle were fed tins winter at the distillery of Dowl ing Bros A strange disease has appeared among the horses in Davis county The horses rarely show any symptoms of illness before they drop in the liar ness and they are dead in a few me meats The disease is puzzling the veUrinaiy surgeons Shipments of hogs from Kansas City last week were about the largest of the year or a total of nearly 000 Chicago packers have been regular buvers on that market for several months past Prices in qhe west have been low for a long time The best way to put parisgreen on potatoes is to mix it with flour until the flour has a greenish tinge then put in on the plants by sprinkling it from a tin can with holes in the top like a pepper box The best time to put it on is early of morning while the dew is on At the Lexington Fair to be held the week of August 13th are offered in premiums for saddle horses 100 is given for bust stallion any age and SIOO for best mare or gelding any age All must show the five distinct gaites as required by the American Saddle Horse Association With a little care from those having control of the country roads and a labor by the people every road could in a few years be changed into a well shaded and beautiful bon levant If they were thus changed it would be one of the delights of life to take long carriage drives through the countryIt be remembered that yarded fowls require much more attention than those allowed free range If persons keeping fowls in small yards gave them no more attention than the average farmer they would never be free from disease and it would be im possible to raise chickens with any The wheat section of the northwest reports rain as badly needed and a drouth threatened while the section too much rain and Illinoise reports damages from Hessian fly In other states the crop is progressing favorably The curl growing States in the west report too much rain and Iowa reports great de lay in planting but in general conch Lions are not considered unfavorable The Lawrenceburg News says Simon Neil of Lexington has bought near ly all the cattle that were fed at the various distilleries in Anderson county this season Last week Messis II B Carpenter and T Bond weighed to him 458 head that averages 1100 pounds for which they received 4CO per hundred Messrs R II and W F Lilian weighed at the same time mill head averaging pounds for which they received 440 per hundred Many farmers who are located near large cities have abandoned agricui ture and taken up stockgrazing or the dairy business There is no crop failure in the milk farm and many have found it more profitable than in tilling the soil others have found it less profitable and so it goes Suc cess in this as most every other 6nt ure depends largely on how it is man aged It isnt every man who is lit for dairying ind for that matter not man who tries it is fit for gen eral farming Generally speaking if a man goes into stock or dairy ing and understands it and puts good sense and some hard work into it he will in nine cases out of ten do well Ex As indicative of what may be rc garded as the price of the growing crop of wheat deduced from the prob abilities presented to the dealers in that article the contracts making in some part of the State are given A Danville firm Anderson and Spllman have closed a contract for the product of twentyfive hundred acres of wheat from Boyle county growers which they are to pay sixty cents per bushel In Mercer county firm has contracted to pay the same price for growing wheat supposed to have on it when threshed fifteen thou sand bushels Whether these figures have been accurately adjusted to the probabilities or not is a matter for the next few weeks to decide though proportion- to little success r ports Y 950 every farm growling mother l mage Vii southwestern a w the price must be along the line of what the present outlook would sug gest as buyer and seller seem to have settled on that price It may be well enough to remember that estimates are generally exaggerated in summing up the probable yields of almost all cropsHemp has advanced considerably within the past few weeks and is now selling at 5 cents per pound or S5GO per long hundred of 112 pounds few of our farmers though have rc ceived the price of their crops most of Only- a them selling at 4 J cents After tho opening of the Phillipphie ports tho price went down on the report of im mense cargoes of Manila hemp being afloat and enroute for the United States This amount was overesti mated but it served the purpose of scaring Kentucky farmers still hold ing crops and they quickly unloaded Soon after it was discovered that this Manila shipni3nt was not only leas than reported but tlrit the present crop is also short This sent up the price lain and only a very few got the top pricj Lexington Leader v t BUY We have it and guarantee gallon Cr C Drug Store MASTIC MIXED PAINT every c ooco oooooooo ooooooo MoRoberts She 1 y yy A GOOD DRESSER LWATS TRACTS TTENTION v V v v v fO i t F t v fe 5 f j By using a little judgement even the moderate salaried men can dress attractively and look stylish and neat Drop in and let us give you a few pointer on how to dress this Spring Our business is to dress people and dress them perfectly from head to foot Clothing of all sizes and quality guaranteed to fit and wear well Negligee Shirts New Neckwear Straw Hats Low Cut Shoes Everything to make you look well and feel comfortable IT PAYS TO TRADE AT 3 THE GLOBES Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCHSuccessors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY A S WILSON P r II President C M KENNEDY PM II Secretary The Richmond School and Infirmary Of MAGNETIC HEALING and SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTICS or Surgery Richmond Hi U S A We have made many marvelous cures in Madison and Garrard Counties Note some of the following Mrs E W S Madison Co severe case Sciatic Rheumatism Mrs X B C Kingston Indigestion gas on stomach dropsy etc etc Miss J D E Richmond Indigestion Constipation Neuralgia etc Miss R K Richmond Paralized arm and limb Mr M E M Richmond Kidney trouble impaired eyesight Mrs M E D Madison Co Female trouble constipation etc Mrs W E II Red House Indigestion constipation neuralgia The above are only a few of our many cures We can furnish you with dozens of others on application Our living testimonials are our best ones We have them right here in Co and Lancaster We have establish ed a Branch Oiliee in Lancaster and are glad to consult all suffering humanity free of charge Office over Zimmers Restaurant Lancaster Office Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m We also treat diseases at a distance Satisfaction Guaranteed Come and see us Q1 0J 0 rYJ J gJ i J I l7 T0101 7 0 0r0T IB1 010 00V Y Known Disease Cnrlc1 award i c q QlX05 C S r n w h very Medicine f A BUSINESS EDUCATION Is absolutely necessary to the yonn or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded man it is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front ran TILE BRYANT STRATTOX BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEG APHY Seven experienced teachers each one a in his line Graduates this college business horses Write for a book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United mates it will mailed to yop h l1utjful ca3a tat E ENTUCK1 e e9c s The law I6N n pre 0- or allot 9 tfoebel Contest Illustrated IN1itE y o for 0 r JUST PUBLISHED I A A s s 1 arJHxHHCTUe cf tfie greatest political Tisfitof tfte century Ott wjitb tht teestcations were and m yet turned Jiy 1UK HUGHES r IV SCHAEFEI6 li Ifc WILLIAMS Ono Octavo Volume Over 1OO Illustrations Cloth By Mail Postage rail on Receipt of Trice Ths vrorlc Is the production of three Louisville men who have vcl performed their labor in an un biased mrnrer giving a full vivid aJ truthful account of the most uuu Lire Extra 173 rid D S re rcmanrabie campaign that over tookplace In this country with a free pen a vast fund of incidentand record authors hao produced a most volume ofhistory and at the same time a reliable handbook of facts thatused as a cA reference for years to come rirstCIass Agents Wanted For Unoccupied Territory Address THE ROBERT CLARKE GDMPAHY PUBLISHERS Nos 31 33 ad 35 East Fourth Street Ciciitaati Ohio S hoc s s s s s r 1- eLea CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNE 7 1900 Mrs Fox is in Louisville visiting relatives Miss Hughes of Stanford has been visiting Miss Mae 7 Hughes Mr Ben Slaughter of Winchester Tennessee is visiting Mr G S Gamer Mr A C Cooke of Plattsburg Mo is visiting relatives in this neighbor hoodMessrs Robert Salter and Vernon Tlichardson of Danville were Lancas ter visitors Sunday Miss Kittie Masun will leave for IlSllsboro Ohio to visit her sis ter Mrs Henry Faulconcr Mrs Ransom nee Miss Mary Spil visit her friend Miss Kate Kinnaird this weak Miss Anna Fish a charming young lady of Stanford is visiting Miss Sallie B Ray at Buckeye this weekJ Kinnaird is in Middles boro this representing the Ilas ellen Filter which invention is meet ing with a great sale Little Robert West and Mrs T II Campbell and baby of Washington D C are expected this week to visit the family of Mr John K West Miss Kathreen Bernark Dooley has resigned her position at Lexington Asylum and has been promoted to a higher position at College Hill Sanita rium Cincinnati Ohio About seventyfive Lancaster pee pie took in the reunion at They all seem to have had a as they have talked of nothing else since their return It was impossible to get the names of them all Danville Xews Misses Julia May and Nannie Gaines of Lancaster will be two attractive visitors with Mrs D W Mahan next week Messrs O W Shugars and Theodore Curr3of Lancaster were here on business WednesdayTuesday Miss Mattie May Robinson gave a delightful party to her young friends at the residence of her sister Mrs J F Robinson on Lex ington street A delightful supper was served and the young folks will long remember the evening with great pleasure Stanford Democrat A young gen tleman of Lancaster who has been a hard in trying to get the Louis yule Southern to run through that city toll us while there the other day that he is trying harder now to get than he is to get the railroad But some people will doubt his and insist that getting married is as easy as rolling oil a log Miss Mae Z Hughes was the charm sag hostess Friday evening in honor of Miss Carrie Taylor of Augusta and Miss Hughes of Stanford Time couples were present Misses Aitie Marksbury Carrie Currey Nell Marrs Carrie Taylor Lizzie Hudson Mary Beazlej Christine Bradley Gene Bush Mattie Elkin Sallie Elkin Ma ry Robertson Messrs Owen Shugars W J Kinnaird G Hus ton Face Dave Walker Will Embry Saufley Hughes Bob Davidson Louis West Jack Rout and Al Price CCC C O C 1 tooo man of Taysville will week puller married statement B i rli1300T PEOi bG 00ooa noooQ oooaooooo aoo oaooa shortly over l 1 Louisville h following Mrs Tina Bcazley is in Shelbyville visiting her sister Miss Mary Sandifcr has guise to Dan ville to visit relatives Miss Vice Walker is at home from Hamilton College Lexington Miss Mary Thompson is visiting her sister Mrs It L Jennings at Paint LickDr Donald McDonald and wife of Danville were visitors in this cith Sunday Mrs Ann Smith of Richmond is visiting Mrs John Baughman at lli attsville Miss Burns of Selma Ala will ar rive Friday to be the guest of Miss Julia Mae Gaines Mrs Fuller and littc son Kirby have returned from several weeks visit to Hustonville Miss Annie Royston of Junction City is visiting her grand parents Judge Eph Brown and wife Mr W J Kinnaird and sister M iss Kate arc in Danville attending a horse party given by Miss Sadie Cecil Misses Francis Collier and Caroline Currey leave this week for New York to spend several weeks with Mr Jas Y Currey and wife Miss Roberta Myers Livingston of Clinton Mo is the guest of her uncle J Rice and other Kentucky relatives for the summer MissMary Beley of Stanford Miss Carrie Taylo of Augusta were the gncsts of Miss Lizzie Hudson and at tended time wedding Danville Advocate Judge N San difer still hale and hearty at S5 is here on a weeks visit to his son Cash icr Sandifer The Judge is at present living with his son George at Springs Danville Advocate Dr Geo W Jean left today to resume his work at Kings county Hospital Brooklyn N Y His service there ends the first of Novenber Dr lean has made an record at this great institu tion Harrodsbur Sayings Marshal Denny of Lancaster a nephew of our venerable Trustee Mr Isaac Pearson is the best athlete ever seen at time Tournament He won live medals in less than hours among them the J mile run The following Lancastrians the Confederate reunion at Misses lichen Thurmond Bertie Milton Katie Simpson Messrs H A B Marksbury J M Iligginhotham T J Hatcher Paul Miller W Burton Frank Marksbury Mr and Mrs J W Poor and many others Miss Alice Hudson gave an elegant six oclock Monday to a few friends Those present were Misses Carrie Taylor of Augusta Mary Beaz Icy of Stanford Annie Royston Mar garet Murphy Mattie Elkin Lizzie Hudson and May Hughes Messrs Huston Face F P Frisbie Iobeit Salter G S Swinebroad Robinson Dave Walker W J Price and Brannon Beazley Next Tuesday evening at live oclock Miss Annie Loyd Herring and Mr Jesscc II Walden will be married at time residence of the brides parents on Richmond street Miss Herring is theyoungest daughter of Dr and Mrs II C Herring and is a young lady of beauty and many accomplishments Mr Walden has recently interest in time Danville planing mills and will live in that city ColA FrislJieI1u son Dawson two attended Louisville T E purchased enviable being dinner n NOEL SISTERS Have just received a BIG LOT of Mfd Summer Hats Flowers Etc Give them a call and get something X- Nobby in Summer Hat Y I C OOOOOOCOC OOC I I7 I H i ooooooooooor- q E Y W AN TED q tf VtfFfffY f1YfrirYrTffTfff Yf 1rf11r1ri11P4iP Mrs Ben Hughes has returned from a visit to Marksbury Mrs W S Elkin after a pleasant vas it toiler sister Duncan has returned to Atlanta Ga Miss Helen Frisbie of Cleveland Ohio is visiting Mrs Martha Frisbie and attended the FrisbieIFudson wed ding Mr David Walker of South attended the Confederate reun ion in Louisville and came to Lancas ter to Mesdames Cotton and Burnside Mrs Will Price Mr Graham Price and wife Danville attended the Frisbie Hudson wedding Wednesday Capt T Kinnaird returned to Middlesboro Monday He is the hus tlinest insurance man in time state and not much grass grows under his feetMr Ben Jennings and wife of Scale Ala are visiting relatives in and around Lancaster Mr Jennings is a former Lancaster man but left town with Morgans cavalry in 1802 and this is his first visit here since Brodhead cor to Livingston Colo nel Miss Helen Thunnonds school closed here Friday All were well pleased with the result She had a few exercises in time evening Josh Dunn is visiting friends in Garrard county We regret to note the illness of Dr W X Bush He has been sneering fur some time and last week went to the hospital in Stanford The many friends of Dr Bush hope to see him out again soon soul the prospects his speedy recovovciy are very good A lady gives us the following list of persons from Hiattsville who attend ed the reunion at Louisville Mr and Mrs Alex Dcjjty Mrs Mattie Duncan Luther Gibbs and wife Alex Gibbs Jno Baughman and wife Chas Ballew and wife Braunon Beazley Captain Doty Wood Bnrnsidc Several others went from that locality but we could not get time names A sweet little lady canine up to us the other day and gave us several good personal items Now she is a sensible woman Most people go away and us to hire a detective to ferret out the fact We appreciate items given us and will gladly pay telephone anything sent that way We havcnt time to lounge about the stores hunting for news but make one general circuit about town every day Stanford Democrat Jake Joseph isnt attlictcd and is generally as cool as an icepick led cucumber but in telling us about Gen Gordons lecture at Lancaster he became excited and could hardly hold his 2i5pound self on the ground Itwas the grandest thhig I ever listened to and his lecture taught me more about the patriotism of this great country than I had ever dreamed of before For the 75 cents I invested in a ticketlgot value received a times and if I had a chance Idfollow him up and hear him lecture every night the year round he said In the trade edition of the Carlisle Mercury the following is printed W II Harris has for sixteen years in railroad wore learning teleg raphy and agents duties in the L N ollice at Lancaster Ky his home town Thirteen years ago he came to Carlisle to mill the ofllce of op erator and was soon thereafter to the position of agent Con servativc in the discharge of the roads business very considerate in catering to the will of the many patrons of his oillce he has well entrenched himself with popularity Carlisle is one of time heaviest if not the beau est shipping points along the L R R being the freight distributing station for Carlisle and thirtylive smaller towns in the vicinity and likewise the receiving station for the various products each has to seJT abroad Mr Harris is a of the International Association of Tickets Agents and ever attends their annual outings Is a member of the A 0 U W secret order and to the Presbyterian church Courteous and obliging he makes for Carlisle a railroad agent appreciate highly in all circles l Jennie Carolina V fo expect chargas on thousand engaged R R advanced N member belongs Miss visit relatives with chronicenthusias C t m Ernest G Brown has returned from a business trip to Louisville Mr George Brown of Cuba is visit ing his cousin Ernest G Brown We had a pleasant call from actor nev Will Price of Danville yesterday R E Henry of this office is putting in another week on the Danville Ad vocateC Young will clerk for time Logan Dry Goods Co during time summer months Several couples of our city attended the strawberry supper at Kirksville Tuesday evening Mrs Tom Bush and sweet baby of St Louis Mo are guests of Dr W N Bush and family Mrs Jack Venetta children and Miss Sallie Lou Myers have been vis fling Marksbury relatives Vows I7fadc to be ISrokcii Last week a dear delinquent said hed pay up if he lived lIes dead Another said Ill see about that little account tomorrow lies blind Still another said Ill pay you this week or go to time devil lies gone There are hundreds who ought to take warning from these awful results of procrastination and pay up now Exchange Last fall 1 sprained my left hip while handling some heavy boxes The doc fur I called on said at first it was a slight strain and would soon be well but it grew worse and the doctor then said I had rheumatism It continued to grow worse and I could hardly get around to work I went to a and the druggist recommended me to try Chamberlains Pain Bam I tried it and onehalf of a 50cent hot tie cured me entirely I now recom mend it to my friends F A Babcock Eric Pa It is for sale by R E Mc RoBerts druggist 1m in the Act A beautifully printed illustrates pamphlet has been issued by thcQueen and Crescent Route that is full of in teresting data as to the historic old seaside city of Charleston S C Time National Educational tion meets in July and every teacher in the land will be interested and by a perusal of the pamphlet it will be sent to you free A beautiful frontispiece entitled Caught in the Act adds to the novel makeup of the pamphlet Send your name to W C Rinearson General Passenger Agent Cincinnati If you are a teacher the pamphlet comes to you free Saul Joii ON on Newspapers Speaking of newspapers Stun Jones says If I wanted to get a right square judgment Id rather go to a newpaper ollice than a court of jus lice 8o man whose life is true pure and just is afraid of all time newspaper presses in America They are the best detective force in the country to day They have punctured more shams and star as I am concerned I say take the bridles off and let them go Time only ones that will be hurt will be the shams and frauds And if you think the newspapers print too much of a sensational kind dont you read it and they will quit printing it The papers need to be reformed but the people have got to reform first Newspapers are printed for money and to suit their patrons If you dont think they are run on a high moral platform like Mr Barnums circus just reform yourselves and the papers will follow lif smarcks Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendd health Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m An honest heart never pleads a mis take of the head as a satisfactory exj cure list a sin in the life Caught Associa prof- Ited suitEx 4 drugstore 1 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 For sale by It E Melioberts lyr People who think they are right ought to examine themselves every now and then to see whether they arc not mistaken about it Small in sizeami great in result are DaWitts Little Early Risers the fs moos little pills that cleanse time liver and bowels They do not gripe F P Frisbie 1m Increase of the wealth of the is to be greatly desired but if the people arc to be degraded to industrial slaves wealth under such conditions isa curse A fatal policy is to neglect a bacK achc or other sign of kidney trouble Foleys Kidney Cure is a sure remedy for Brights disease diabetes and C C J E Stormcs 1m It is better to be forever poor but independent and happy as individuals than to lay time foundations list indus trial tyranny and slavery Cycling has its ups and downs Af ter time downs use Banner Salve if youre cut or bruised It heals the hurt quickly C Q J E Stormes 1m It is better to cherish the happiness of the American home than to control the commerce of the globe If you are troubled with that most uncomfortable disease called piles dont neglect it Dont let the get a firm hold Every day the disease is neglected it grows worse Commence at once to use TAHLEKS BUCKEYE riLK OINTMET the relief is immediate and cure infallible Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stonnes 1m The boy who never tries to do but his duty usually succeeds of his undertakings Starvation never yet cured dyspep sia Persons with indigestion are al ready half starved They need plenty of wholesome food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you emit so the body can be nourished while the worn out organs arc being reconstructed It is the only preparation known that will instantly relieve and completely cure all stomach troubles It is certain to do you good F P Frisbie 1m The reason so many people cant do what they try to is they are always trying to do something they cant do Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children le is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough Fur sale by R E McRoberts lyr A second trial often succeeds where an effort to get an easier job fails country gravel I complaint anything C S alt THE TRUTH IS CLEAR TEETH of inferior quality will neither give satisfaction nor last TEETH OF OUR MAKE will wear better than those of natures providing and last longer They arc perfect in color form and use The utmost pains and care taken with each patient Write for special prices OR HOBSON DENTIST- Next door Government Building RICHMOND KENTUCKY Every Man Woman Boy and Girl in the County For Customers We Know How to Keep Them Try Us and See if We Dont FRISBIES DRUG STOREi 1 J1 iJJl j li6dZbJ11161 lIJlU1l0J6661lIIJl1lII J661NJNJlUKIIUIUIIJIkJl1lNllll16Q1l11 6J16I Id 1J61l6110111111l1A1UlJIUl1111l11 1111UIINI Al 14bl dld l ltl6 l6 d6 1 l4l I wur U 200ON I fY M t E z r Tr ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass J B Collier Shop over J C Robinsons store Its a father who knows as rcuoouooooooo ooouoo I I II I I I on I o I I I I I I f f ware I leo UOOo o o 10 ouoo wise uch as his son t l3l ooooa r is the amount you save by us The Columbus the Ivaullinan the Koyer time Woocih P We carry a full and line at primes that cant b are doing the and Best Carriage tion and prices We ate to put on Best Rubber Tires the March and April are Ideal painting months Our stock of OiL VASES AND BQOFiNO mm IS THE Are carry the standard brands offine and fillers for interior finishes also the leading Imakes of Paint and Varnish Brushes Our Prepared Paint is guaranteed THE BEST STDRMEB OTDRE Acme Cement Plaster Lime Cement Plaster and Hair 1f THE OLD EELLUJLE MINI OF I LILLARD TOUT v tyt Tike pleasure in announcing to their Garrard County fig friends that they have a f r Complete Line of the Best fa PAINTS VAHN18HSS TAINT YOUR HOUSES EA11LY 0 OCM Ofr Mi ofr Cric them i Call They save you Money rom complete dui tented r Nice and Buggy work ever done i Lancaster Come and see for yo We h Te workmen You ge Good Honest Tk polIte atten roa nabee vV RO f NSare in market I fE 1 C o1 1 TIm PMT YOUR HOUSES SEED BEST hardoil DRUG Ad a ItIf 1 T If 1It I DAlTiTl LE KYs r AND jRUSHES T f r Q T IT If t g g bits iulg a l rselves trstc1ass Mpre t hRSe mvrnmsent oste oox eaoe a oa waoa ao 41 dirE r 4 a f c t G t 11 Mens Vici Shoes In lace for 2 This shoe is dressy and will wear well We them in Black and Tan We have about 3 dozen Misses Shoes Tan Button sizes 13 to 2 we sold at 150 and 2 reduced now to Our full dress Shirt at 1 fits and is fine Straw hats now on Caldwell Leaders in Shoes and Furnishings nu TV10 Dollars 75cts 10 Lanier DANVILLE t brvayx have r i S Aj fr 1 5 ar J Et r+ This most aggravating and tormenting of all skin diseases is caused an acid condition of the unless relieved through certain instrumentalities too much of this acid reaches the skin and it becomes red and inflamed The itching and burning ure almost unbearable especially when overheated from any cause The skin seems on fire sleep or rest is impassible the suflVrer regardless of consequences scratches until strength is exhausted This burning itching humor pustules discharging sticky fluid which forms crusts scales Again the skin is hard and fissured itches bleeds and scabs over This is a painful and stubborn form of the disease Eczema Tetter Erysipelas Stilt Rheum and many like troubles are spoken of as diseases of the skin they arc really blood diseases because TsSEtftg GAM BE fSG EXTERNAL WiTHQT AH INTERNAL CAUSES If the blood is in a pure healthy condition no poisonous elements can reach the skin External of vashcs lotions and salves mitigate the itching and soothe inflammation but cannot reach the disease Only S S S the real blood can do this dn tJ de perte m U ITS TH the S S S the only purely vegetable remedy known is a safe and permanent cure for Eczema and all deepseated blood and skin troubles It goes direct to the seat of the disease neutralizes the acids and cleanses the blood and all the organs anti thus clears the of all impurities through the natural channels the skin relieved all inflammation subsides and all signs of the disease disappear rates Mrs Icfa M IIoiTimn of Cardington Ohio says she was afflicted with Scrofulous sores and Eczema from With Her face at times became fo badly swollen that h was not rccoginraMe and her limbs aiiil hands were very sore She was the doctors in town without bcncfittcd and in her researches relief was told by an old physician to S P S She followed his advice and was cured and has never had a return the This was seventeen years ago She sincerely 1 lipvcs Elk would have been in lice grave years ago but for S S S and adds what it has me it will do for others rr trcate take Send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases and write our physicians aboutyour case they will give information oradvice wanted Ve make no charge for this fully cheerfully any IIAlIV JACK The Witty S la ii Jo ril i c Iralso Tovu rid Shoots at Vihll STANFORD May 25 1SOO Stanford has never been stylish not much dont have to be She is pest ed out here in a lovely cove abounding in springs of time fittest water that charmed the eye and slaked the thirst of old Ben Logan more than a century ago airs always will be out of fashion and ugly in her So beautiful is her simplicity so sincere her friendship so true her loyalty to every one she ever loved why she has an old wrecked snov Jlnke who has been in love with his same little girl thats what he calls her yet for fifty or sixty years So central in her geography that three railroads traverse her of them passing through her limits and none of them have ever dreamed m asking for a cent glad to get and two others are about to d o without asking anything about Her young folks are not ther but her boys when they all jct to gether can chip in and find enough puiplc and line linen among them to array one more man in evening dress when he passes this way with s mic good article to sell at low fig tires and as she never gets anything but the very best best bargains in particular She has everything any kind to dispose of but the very best 1 believe she is not quite up with other towns in getting news that no one else ever hears of Her girls can out dance terpsichore and are so modest and beautiful that they need no on But they do give you mighty nice things to cat In the days of Pat Davenport the Springs turned to the Keeley cure a big two hose carriage that belonged in Louisville to Lexington drove down one evening from Crab Orchard to Stanford had a nigger driver on top looking as stylish as my old colored friend Sam Rout and steps rolled up for the ladies to get out on J trim over Kill Campbells dog Gabriel he never knew what hurt him No one inquired Gabriel had as many friends in Stanford has Col Hills favorite dog Rock now Dugs loved to kill sheep then nearly as well as now but we have more dogs and sheep now and 1 be lieve if any difference our dogs are better bred to kill sheep maybe our sheep are fatter and sweeter That carriage came to Stanford not longer than fifty or sixty years ago 1 know 1 was just starting over to Lancaster to see my little girl and was small of my age It dont seem long 1 love to go there yet That very same car riage diked up and repaired drove itto Stanford ilOt long ago Had a darkey on top just as it had before He had on a plug hat with a buckle on it as big is Proctor Knotts garden gate and more buttons on his coat than Paddy files boy ewer had on his The carriage was adorned with a glass front and had rubber tires on wheels big enough piney roads log wag on and three young men inside who looked bigger from the outside than the wheels You see the glass was of a kind that made things look big That is what it might hays been for I thought as it drove up that it might be General Andrew Jackson and his staff in his old carriage that Tennes see had at her Exposition some years ago at Nashville You should have heard our little folks shout Show Man Show Man You would have thought they had never seen tle like and they hadnt I will declare to goodness it made the very flowers bloom in gladness and spring birds re juice awl I was glad for once that I was alive in this vale of tears Those young men stepped out rf their chariot and proved to he grand sons of an old school mate of mine from a neighboring town and they gave me a greeting that made me feel good I tell you it made me feel the best kind Good morning Uncle III Iludct on countytwo her i airy aging thenI- S tI Ills g 1 mind putting dui before for I will stand my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of service Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike v JA ROBINSON t a e M Tack we are here to meet your noon train It is to bring us a speaker from the voting precinct of Hell for Sartin on the head wa ters of Troublesome Creel where tlC tissue ballots are thinner if than a slice of ham at a church festival He is to lecture in our town to night on Civilization Thats what they said I didnt say a word Didnt think much I did kinder wonder if the distinguished speaker would put a loud emphasis on civil Good bye Yours as long as we and those three young man live A woman in Idaho got a divorce from her husband because he would not take her to the Paris Exposition He testified in court that he was a of water and that he was afraid into a bath tub even he got so seaside That man has Infftion just as a good many others we know and should take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Get it at Mclloberts Drug Store 1 1m Biscoe Ilindman Com manderinChief of the iVitcd Sons of Confederate Veterans Leslie Tiers of was bitten by a coeperhead snake and is in a serious condition The number of census enumerators now at work in the United States is Z2 1 Kentucky has 1318 The Union Pacillc Land Company purposes to Rive a million acres of land in Colorado to defeated Boers if they will emigrate to that State The Galling guns and other milita ry supplies shipped to London by Tay lor arc being sent back to Frankfort in complitnce with Adjt Gen Castle mans order Dr J S Rcdwine the new Superin tendent of the Eastern Kentucky Lu natic Asylum was commissioned by the Hoard of Asylum Commissioners and enters upon his duties at once A movement is on foot among G veterans to have Congress pass a measure authorizing the return of Southern battle Hags now in posses sion of the War Department Charles II Marks while acting in the capacity of nurse at the Second Division Hospital of the Fiftfr Army Corps at Santiago cle Cuba used a few bottles of Chamberlains Colic Chul cra and Diarrhoea for diarr hoea and found it to work like a charm Fir sale by R E McRobcrts 1m The Yilmoic Deposit Bank of Wil more Jessamine was incorpo rated The capital stock is aad J It Lemon J II Gough and oth ers are the principal incorporators During the contest of Robert Run ners will it developed that the rich publisher had so much money he left 20000 worth of bonds between the leaves of magazines in his bookcase EGov Beckham issued an order nnis t ring out ten of the military comp miles The companies ordered disban ded London Barbour ville Corbin Pineville Paintsville Vanceburg Grayson Jit Vernon JIaysville and Pleasureville Aguinaldo is believed to have been slut and wounded by the men of the Thirtythird Infantry who led by Major March pressed him closely thro the mountains His horse and his diary were captured but the last heard of the insurgent leader he was on a raft with a dead or wounded man on a litter descending a river two days ahead of the pursuing If the stomach performs its funct ions actively and regularly the food of which it is the receptacle is trans formed into blood of a nourishing quality which furnishes vigor and warmth to the whole body HEUIHNE gives tone to the stomach and promo tes digestion and assimilation Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m distinguished HAPPY JACK un aid ccoccoooooooooco was lected Ilardin ounty I Remedy county 20000 are as party possible rGGNER1LNEthlS oo aaOoooG All follows S SATANIOm SOt bISx Address Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga AVAU OF 1812 flit EDITOR I have been thinking for one time of writing you in gard to the war of 1812 not that I living at that time but my father was a soldier under Gen William Theory Harrison I am sixty years of age my father was fiftysix when I was born which if living today would make him 115 years of age Now dont tell John Duncan that I am that old for he will tell every wo man in the county These are the old heroes that I will write about My father Isaac Myers Jesse Alford Dr Walter grand father Peter Wool ridge Lash hence Win Steen Wm Lane Capt John Yantis who was an uncle of Uncle Harvey Yantis When was quite young probably eight or ten years these old gentlemen except Capt Yautis would meet at my fath ers go to town and draw their pen Fatal mistakes are made by those who do not heed the earlier symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble that of ten end in Brights disease or diabetes When Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well how foolish it is to de lay C C J E Stormes 1m sions come back and remain over night at our house Well do I sitting up at night listening to them telling their war experiences I dont remember what regiment my father belonged to but have heard him say he soldiered all over Michigan territory the state of Illinois in the spot where now stands the city of Chicago at that time Fort Dcarbon and he was wounded in left arm lean tell nothing of the other gentlemen except Capt Yantis and Alford The latter was in Yantis company Col Dudleys regiment Dudley was from Lexington and was quite fleshy Gen Harrison was located on one of the northern rivers in Indiana at a fort that he had built Sow as a lit tie boy would often ask Uncle Jesse Alford to tell this I would never get tired of hearing it Harrison hearing that Dudley was approaching with his regiment and the Indians under and the British under Proc sent a scout through his lines to carry an order to Dudley to go up the river there he would find lint boats put his men on them disembark them and drive the Backache should never be neglecter It nnans kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long may result in Brights disease diabetes or other and often fatal complaints Fo leys Kidney Cure is guaranteed for the kidneys C C J E Stormes 1m enemy back but not follow them too far then snake a rush for his boats and come as speedily down to the fort as he could Dudley only gave this order to his line olliccrs and not to the privates The men were all young and brave and when formed they quickly hove the evenly back Tecumsch the great chief seeing what was up fell back vets rapidly drawing the Kentuckians on Col Dudley aimed to call his men off and gave the order to fall back to the boats but the men had become so enthused they they still followed the retreating Indians three miles from the river when the main body of the one up and was about to cut them off Seeing this they commenced retreatAbout time on the firing line Cipt Yantis with his pistol aiming to shoot an Indian behind a tree who was aiming to shoot him The Indian loaded his gun first and would have shot Yantis when young Alford saw it raised his gun and shot the when Yantis turned and Alford on the shoulder with his hand exclaiming Arise my little Al ford I have heard Uncle Jesse Al ford say that that was time proudest moment of his life to receive such a compliment his captain then in retreating with his regi ment was shot down Alford tells me that he passed Col Dudley after being shot down It was not long until they were all surrounded and captur ed by the British and Indians In passing back as prisoners they passed the dead body of Col Dudley who had been stripped and the Indians had cut razor strops from his back They were then taken back and com pelled to run the gauntlet composed of Indian squaws and boys After running the gauntlet they were ordered 40 what was called the Bull Pen called by western ranch men a corral Here the squaws and the boys shooting and tomahawking i remember I Tecumseh torHarrison comedown serious rccm ark enemy- c clapped from which was commenced r y jc rex C fad over C Indian Dudley now time prisoners Young Alford was struck on the back of the head with a tomahawk thrown by an Indian boy All this time the British general Proctor was oft on a rise of ground at his headquarters unconcernedly look ing on About this time when they thought they would all be killed a tinely dressed Indian galloped up on a line pony and gave an order in the In dian language when every Indian fell back and they were let alone He found out afterwards that this was Reports show that over fifteen hun dred lives have keen saved through thcTse of One Minute Cure Most of these were wises of grippe croup asthma whooping cough bron chitis and pneumonia Its early use prevents consumption F P Frisbic the great chief Tecumseh that one the men had given ha learned af terwards a Free Mason sign that Te cumseh being a Mason recognized it and this he learned was the cause of Tecumseh interfering They were then turned over to the British gi aril and marched away passing Proctors headquarters Alford said that he heard Tecumseh upbraiding Proctor for allowing his people to murder the prisoners saying to Proctor You claim to belong to a civilized people but you are meaner than I am for my people in my absence to do what I caught them at my people being savages and knew no better I N MYKUS I wish to say that I feel under obligations for what Chamberlains Cough Remedy has done for our fam ily We have used it in so many cases of coughs lung troubles and whooping cough and it has always given the most perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufactures of this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks Respect fully Mrs S Dotd Des Moines Iowa For sale by R E McRoberts 1m Reduced Rates via Queen Crescent Route for the following occasions Republican National Convention Philadelphia Pa June 19th 1JOD Democratic National Convention Kansas City Mo July 4th 1100 P Y P U Convention Cincinnati O July 1215 1JOO Tickets on sale via Queen Crescent route at one and onethire 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