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KLVKXTII YI2VU Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter TOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JUNE 11 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR nt lyr i I NUJfBEI I 1 r 1 tJUTb z fcANCAST6R AND VICINITyrr i o4a 4oooo0ooo3 aeoaooooo000oooooaooooooaoaooaaooooooadoooooooossoy- onr i Visit Toe Niklass shaving parlor Take your watches clocks anl for repair to J G1 Thompson S Prompt attention and satisfaction given at Duncans Hotel Barber Shop Geo Smith sent two more colored b iy to Ilockcastlc Springs yesterday to wait upon the tables This makes eight buys from this place working there Town Lot in ItryaiitNvillc for Sale Will sell privately two lots with dwelling Apply to J X Dunn or myself at IJryantsville for particulars- tf IAS HILLS Come in and pay your taxes at once LS wc are preparing to advertise delin quents and Sine will be done in a days 7 IJ Sanders S G C Toe Really Bert Cigars La Rosa Perfecto i Josephine JFivuCKXTS Mariposa Quail UvvCVNT Dituo STOKE One of Fox Logans big bus hor ses which pulled a load of Danville Kay Peas over here Friday drank water while too warm and was foun tiered The annual was placed in the Presbyl crian church lot old thing done to save him but without success The animal was a very tine one We never carry over a lot of goods from season to season but in order to get rid of them will sell at half cost rather than try to work them on our customers the following season AVe are now beginning our regular semiannual clearing out sale Come and see what you have to select from The prices we know suit you J Joseph In i ui OHM trail Last week Mr Bastin the clever proprietor of the local telephone ex change had occasion to catch the 252 a in train no alarm clock here but owned two which were in Crab Orchard Not cawing to miss Ins train nor to sit up all night he put his brain to work upon a plan House him Finally the idea struck him lie called up Crab Orchard just o forc retiring had a clock set and placed in front of the transmitter of the phone the receiver left down Se ouring some strong strings he fasten ed the receiver of the Lancaster phone to his car and lay down to peaceful dreams Promptly saving from the bed with a scream broke through the darkness for the door but on reaching the end of his rope he was brought to a sudden halt lie yelled to Mm Ma ret who was going on the train with him that a snob was trying to hang him and for heavens sake come to the rescue Maret remembered the conditions un der which Mr B had retired and quickly assured him that no mob was on hand and that he had better hus tle to catch the train The two at tended the telephone mcetingat Win chester and the foregoing was told Tin RECOKD by Marct upon the strict understanding that we would not repeat it Tin Roofing Galvanized and Tin Guttering Tin and Steel Metal work of all kindsi Promptly attended to and Satisfaction guar anteed J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors W Ntlee to rnXltCrH few J lPrincipe dcGoles L 4 eve j our I I Iic hal at s r j leery i f Snot ths z C a hill tot x lobe JTR1llaseldell1 4 Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpetsi rp- fi 4 I Visit Toe icklass shaving parlor Closing out Hammocks cheap- J C Thompson I Handsome line of lace curtains to close out at remarkauly low figures at Josephs Smitl Currey Agents for Pan vine Steam laundry Work shipped and received dally Shirt waists a specialty Oilice at R II Batsons dry goods store tf Work On The Waterworks Mori IT came this week andcom menced his preliminary work on the waterworks It will take about a week to win the surveys Those telegraph wires are still across the Square AVe suppose its all right as no steps have been taken to remove them Beside the people arc very fond of paying damage suits We have had an unusually large trade this sprung and appreciate your trade We have some great hargains that we will close out at Remarkably low figures Call and sec ysT Joseph Mr John K West received a few days ago of the loath of his sister Mrs Lucy Hampton of ilalleck Mo Mrs Hampton was a former resident of Garrard countybut moved with her family Missouri several years ago She leaves four children and many friends who truly rise up and call her blessed Important heeling The Cemetery Company held its reg ular annual meeting June 7 Among other important business transacted it was deemed wise and advisable to advance the price of burial lots from 50 to 100 for every lot The reason for this action was due to the fact that during the past few years a large number of lots have been sold thus rendering the number yet to be disposed of and as the sale of lots is the only source of income for the maintenance of the grounds in the fu ture the price necessarily had to be advanced Jt is now plainly a matter of only a few years until all lots now unsold will have been disposed of then this reserve fund now being pro vided for may be used to maintain this sacred spot The board adopted a resolution of thanks to the Ladies Auxiliary for the noble work of love they have done in raising a large fund by private subscription with which the handsome stone columns and iron gates were placed at the main en trance and other improvements about the grounds An election for a board of five com missioners to serve the ensuing year will be held about July 2nd of which will be given DO YOU WANT TIIK KOAWJ Tile Time Ha Come to Shoot or Give lip the Firearm What are TIn RKCOUD has remained silent on the railroad Question for a week or so having said all it could say in an effort to arouse the people of Garrard to the importance of securing the road eve cannot and do not believe the people are going to let the matter pass and make no effort whatever to ward securing the road but we must confess that there is a that is painful to behold Men who have influence sit still and say when an effort is made to get to work Others claim trcy cannot leave their business when in fact they could shut up shop for a week and never miss the The people the road has given positive assurance that it will be built through this coun ty if we comply with our agreement to give the rightofway and he has said that the construction of the line will be only a matter of a short time Good people of Gar rard what are you thinking about You certainly see that if we lose the road we are forever and eternally cut off from making any progress beyond our present facilities Jt can be stated with the strictest reliability that an effort will and in all probability is now being made to nip this scheme in the bud AVe will not undertake to say by whom when or where but any man with judgment will see through the whole scheme if he will only put on his studying cap and watch certain movements The people may expect opposition and the T5tit air now being pumped into some land owners by certain streetcorner sages is not being done for the fun of the thing What we want to do is the remainder of this rightof way and it should be done without the least possible delay What are you going to do fellowcitizens Arc you going to let the opportunity pass or go to work and getthe road I i Tr hanging In to may Committee due oltig to nul mon y secure f7 Jl C 1ied Tlissouri information notice lukewarm ness nothing importance further very a Pretty hair ornaments at IJtiy Banner day atBlne Grass Grocer Quarterly Court has been in session this week and many cases of minor importance disposed of Rid J II Coil of Lexington will occupy the pulpit at the Christian church next Sunday night Tomato Plants Twelve different varieties now ready for sale cts dozen 2 dozen for 25 cts Call on Joe and Louis Burnside Danville street tf The town clock sounds eleven bells at high and low twelve A fellow fig tiring on catching the 122 train needs keep his eye peeled if he relies upon the city time piece Coil cut Postponed The contest for the 8100 diamord ring will not be heard until sometime in July on account of other attrac tions about the late llrst mentioned The soda fountains arc having a nice run since Old Sol has gone t work in earnest f some fellow would get up enough nerve to sell beer in Lancaster this hot weather he would have a gold mine The Delineator In each issue of the Delineator then arc more colored plates more in styles more articles of value and of interest to women than in anj other publication devoted to fashion and home affairs no matter what the price may be The New Flour Mill J S Minor Son will have then Flouring Mills ready about August 15 We have the latest improved machin cry and will be prepared to give yon the very best results to be obtained We have on hand atrprcsent 10000 feel long leaf yellow pine flooring also of linn and cemsiit E T Mixou Manager Dissolution Notice The partnership heretofore cxistiiif between T S IUirnam L C llucker as Burnam Thicker in the millin business at Paint Lick Ky is thi day dissolved by mutual consent 3 Rucker retires going to Berry Ky to run a mill for Burnam llucker at that place Burnam Co succcs SOlS to Burnam llucker at rain Lick will continue the business Al accounts due Burnam Rucker musi be paid at once to wind up the busi ness either partner can collect A TimelySermon- By special request Rev J C Masser preached a sermon on temperance a the Baptist church Sunday evening The house was tilled with citizens win enjoyed and appreciated his timel remarks Mr Massee struck the key note when he said that it was impos sible to stop the illegal sale of liquor without the united efforts of the peo ple with the officers lIe Marshal Pearcc but said that he could do no effective work unless the people stood by him and public was with him Democratic Convention The Democrats of Garrard County assembled in massconvention at the Court House in Lancaster Garrard County Ky at 2 oclock p m June fl TIQO persuant to the call of the County Chairman The convention was called to order by Chairman G T Farris lIon II IT Tomlinson was elected permanent chairman and Ti L Davidson was elected Secretary of the convention Chairman Tomlin son upon motion appointed a of five to draft resolutions said committee was composed of the following named members of the con vention G T Farris Letcher Ows ley T JJ Robinson James I ton Joe E Robinson Said commit tee drafted and reported the following resolutions towit The Democrats of Garrard County in Convention assembled do hereby approve the call of this convention to select delegates to the Louisville Con vention which meets June 14th 1900 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Kansas City Democratic Con vention to select a Democratic candi date for the Presidency of the United States Be it Resolved 1st That we reaffirm our allegiance to the time honored principles of the Democratic party as enumerated in the platform of 1SUG 2nd That the delegates hereinafter appointed are instructed to vote unit on all questions in which they have a vote a majority of delega tes controlling The following were appointed del egates and alternates respectively Delegates E II Walker Jesse Swee ney JrT T 13 Robinson Geo T botham G T Farris J B Rubel Al ternates Ike Dunn Jr R L David son II B Robinson R H Tomlinscn J M Farra J I Hamilton R L Davidson R II Tomlinson Secretary Chairman fresh every at15 novelties carload t7it Co complimented sentiment committee Ham il Democratic asa ni gill I f4t seph Bret July C l C C Buluxtit C said y 4 Hot weather has set in with a ven geance Go to T A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper If you arc in need of furniture go to J A Beazley where you can get the goods for the least money Dont be deceived at thb Old Reliable House ofJUQrirrcy you can get the Best olKlsat thcowestprices all the time N x Paris green insect powder moth preventive carbolicacid bug exteimi nator articles necessary during the hot weather DUUGSTOUE Jailor Ross has recaptured all his escaped prisoners except the house breaker and he will soon be landed A close watch will be kept over them in the future Notwithstanding the recent rains water is again getting scarce around the Public Square Unless it sparingly there soon will not be enorgh close to town to supply a baptising KM GUTS 0V 1TIIIAS District IHvctIiir haul In This City A ItrothviN Who Seem joy Their Visit ut S isused Royal the to best Presbyterian telcome Exended iu The district meeting of the Knights of Pythias was held in this city last Friday and Friday night About two hundred and visiting delegates Knights were present and all seemed to enjoy their stay in our little city An informal reception was held at the larrard Hotel Friday morning In the afternoon at two oclock an open session was held in the Opera House it which the visitors were Hon R II Tomlinson in a few vell chosen words The Grand Chan ellor J T Homer responded The rincipal address was then made by iley Mr Massee whose remarks were lecidcdly the best we have had the Measure of listening to for some time The Knights and audience were lav sh in their compliments of the ad tress He set forth fully the princi of the order and how it was in Bended to benefit mankind protect she widow and educate and provide or the orphan Xo one could have istened to him without resolving to ry and lead a better life Chancelloi ommander Joe Robinson presided at his meeting After the open session the visitors adjourned to the Garrard where a Smoker was held in their honor Promptly at seven oclock Garrard Lodge met for work in the Third De The visitors were very much with the way the local lodge corked and did nut hesitate to pass sigh compliments on the team The oval lodge is proud of its team work ind appreciated the kind words spok MI in its behalf After the degree and been confered Grand Chancellor Horner gave an instructive lecture on the work in the different degrees The lodge then adjourned and all repaired to the Garrard where they partook of the spread prepared for them Here many toasts were made and good cheer ran at a high pitch It was after one oclock before the ban luet was over and all left showering praise upon Garrard lodge for her un tiring and successful entertainment Harrodsburg Danville Stanford Richmond icholasville ant several other lodges sent representatives and juite a number of visitors were also present The musical program at the open session was among the most enjoyable features of the meeting The first number was a piano solo by that ac complished and accommodating Miss May Z Hughes Then came a solo by Mr John M which was highly enjoyed Mrs Juli 2t Rogers then sang a solo which brought forth prolonged applause and repeated calls for an encore The quartette by Mrs Rogers Miss Lusk Messrs Farra and Ilemph ill was high ly enjoyed Each number on this part of the program was roundly ap plauded and the audience wanted more of it but as the lodge had so much other work before it the limit ed time prevented more numbers The banquet was a feature that will be long remembered Manager Fis singer of the Garrard fairly spread himself in serving it and all said they had never partaken of elabor ate spread in a country Mr Kissinger how to ar range for such occasions The bill of fare which was carried out to the let ter was printed on handsome F C B folders and was as follows TIlE MENU Caviar Canapes Sliced Cucumbers Pickles Sated Almonds Fried Frog Legs Green Peas Young Chicken Maryland Style Punch F C B BaflJecued Lamb Chicken Salad Lettuce Tomato Salad Mayomalse oPShriinn Fancy Croon In Block Raspberries Assorted Cakes Roquefort Cheese Coffee Wafers Cigars Impromptu welcomed- y les ree leased musician amore t own Farm knows Toasts J Joseph has a line of trunks Firstclass work at Duncans hotel Barber Shop SecT A Beazleys line of wall before buying Red Ash Bluegem and coal for cash cheap J C Moss 2w Up stairs rooms on Public Square for rent Apply to Joe Niklass Another batch of twenty negro men left Sunday night for the Virginia coal mines J Joseph has commenced his clean ing out sales people are se curing great Raspberries on hand every day at the market price til the berry season is over at AV B JA it vis Ladies best white muslin under skirts tucked flounced trimmed with torchon lace al Josephs See them ladies I have purchased the entire stock of the LouJsville Furniture Company Will lower than cheap for the next tllirtyc room for tnem R A STONE Dr McKee has been suffering from his eyes for several weeks and was unable to till his pulpit in this city Dr Tames Lapsley preached for him Sunday and in case the doctor is unable to be here next Sunday he will have some one to take his place The Gilchcr Closed The famous old Gilcher Hotel at Danville has been closed temporarily Cal Hughes contract having expired Col Hughes is one of the best central Kentucky has ever lal and it is with much regret that the traveling public sees him leave The new Danville fair association is making extensive preparations for its exhibition this year Those at the head of the enterprise are hustlers and reelected president and secretary The Danville News says the hust ling firm of Miller Hirsch will cool uiencc extensive improvements in their store room next week They will move into the ollice room of The Gilder and their room they now occupy will be cnlarg d and otherwise improved a steel ceiling being put on and the room re painted and finished They will then have one of the handsomest store rooms in this part of the State paper Brill a tf an bar ins s rem ays J havenl hotel- men CapE their stock stuff I the y ecaUSeI respectively C LOOK And You Will One nice piiif Lawns wortlilB 41Z1Z c Will close out at 6 l2e yd One Lot fine Sneer Lawns worth 15 lets Will close at lOc yd One lot fine French Organdies worth 2S30c Will close at 12 12 15cts Will close out at yd Will clos out at 12 l2o yd These goods will sell fast at the prices we have put on them So if you want to secure some of these bargains you should come early Buy e 2 1 uUualiti Pi U 19ij121m 1 c II 7 2c OIIJE LOT FlmE RUKITY PIRUH won H20 2C LOGAN DRY GOODS cor pANY lot gg Lot fiJ0 ff fljJJlF fJtf 00 00 rEf0 f C Y01 I lENS SUITS THAT COMPEL RESPECT I If you havent bought your yet we can give you some very inter esting fignrs We can give you satis faction as well as econeiny Our suits are stylish elegant distinguished look ing and reasonable in price 6750 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 suit Fine Shoes See our line of Mens 350 Walkover Shoes Our line of Ladies fine foot wear made Drew Selby and excel anything in town I Prices that had snit i 1 I I fi 10 b Admiatio1 Spring AQ rS See Our Shirt Department We meet all fancies Oar collection of Fancy Slirts is varied enough to hit all fancies The Shirtmakers have turned oat hundreds of new radically new paterns this Spring and every new conception is represented here is a pleasure to run through them and that pleasure is yours sir any time you say iriccsfrom SOc to i 50 Have we got them Well we should say so How many do you want 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 I II 0 t f td 1 II Straw Hats iW 0 leI c s Itt 1 Ere f I 1 Up To Date Hosieryo o o Beautiful line of Neckwear o 0 00 0o 0 0LogallRoMllsoll e f I A PERFECT SHOWER OF BARGAINS FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY JUNE 1900 A Congress Washboard a Daisy at lOots 2 Cans of Star Lye for 5 cts BestKeystoneBall Bluelc box You know that the price is Sets anywhere Nice fresh Ginger Snaps at 4 12 cts a pound They are all right and just as good as these others ask roc a Ib for Patent Mop Handles 5c each So handy to use any pied of cloth or good for years And Here Comes a Stunner 7 Packages of that Fine dell Starch for 25 cts Its the kind that puts the Chinamans Gloss on your laundry Try it YOURS IN THE LEAD Blue Qmss Grocery Phone 83 T E SMITH Mgr 9 SPECIAL No8 18 sackand I I t f I CENTRAL JTRCORT THURSDAY JUNE 14 19001 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAX Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY YB B IN ADVANCE JJOO TEES 50 25 PAINT LICK M T to Fish Co one pair mules for 175 Palmer Murray are prizing tobac co at their warehouse here Guy Rice Ixjught a nice mare from Monk Rice for his livery stable Sam Campbell is waiting to see if it a good crop year before he finishes breaking his ground Prof R II spent a few days in Lexington last week Miss Geor gin Henry was a short time last week Dr C A Fish is attending Commencement exercises at George town this week Miss Sandusky of lessamine is the guest of Mrs Gwyn this week Born to the wife of W S Fish on the Sith a fine girl B G Kilgore of Gasgowspent Sunday here among friends J B Ely spent Sunday in Crab Orchard Mrs Earle and children of Falmouth are visiting friends and relatives here this week Mrs B M Lear and two charming daughters Misses Alma and Mary visited Lancaster friends last Friday evening Miss Jennie Parks has bone to Georgetown to visit friends and attend Commencement Miss Annie Royston of Lancaster is expected to visit friends in Paint Lick next week Mr and Mrs Ram sey are expected home from Arkansas next week having to leave on account of bad health Mr Ollie Terrill one of Paint Licks society young men has returned home from school at Hog settAcadcmy but he looks as if his heart had been left behind STONE George Cobb sold to Mr Burnside two calves for 10 We arc very glad to say that George able to be after a very successful operation on his eyes Dont forget Rev Shaws at Scotts Fork Sunday and be sure not to forget Sunday shool at 10 a Ill Mesdames Mollie Fain and Sallie Dunn are on the sick list Mrs Littrell is on the road to recovery a spell of pneumonia Miss Gertrude Raney of Lock No S spent part ot last week with relatives here Miss Mattie Saunders returned home from a weeks visit with her un tic T A Sanders and family of Hints ville she was accompanied by her cousins Misses Myrtle and Carrie Saunders who spent Saturday night and Sunday here J M Saunders and grand daughter Miss Pearl Saunders spent this week with his son J A Saunders of Iliattsville Mesdames Eva Murphy and Mollie East are on the sick list T L Saunders and children visited J j l Saunders at last Friday Miss Pearl and your correspondent attended preaching at AntiochSunday Miss Minnie Broaddus has returned home from Midway where she has been school for the past year T L Saunders attended court at ford Monday Mr and Mrs C S Saunders spent Sunday with the lat Jxjrs uncle Mr W N Carter of Buck eye lONE Ledford sold Ledford n G Sewell is cmt again appointment Judson Saunders Stan S Ails hex Ellen after attending a KEACHERSYILLE Corn is Jpoking real well their work well in hand at Hayden sold a mare and cot to Richardson for 40 Frank bought a nice horse last for 80 Lawson Fox was here a few days ago looking for stock to ship There will be some wheat harvest ed in this neighborhood this week which promises to be very good W M Dychouse has his saw mill and is doing lots of sawing Walter Warren is getting the on the ground for his new house A J Thompson bought 25 nice stock hogs from Mr Brown of Rockcastle for 3ic Brown Cress our enterprising traders have returned from the tains with some nice hogs Plumer Kincaid the census repoi for Union precinct was here catching the boys as they came in to trade J C Siler sold some nice lambs to Josiah bought a nice horse from William RiclMirdson for 5- Mr James Elmore and family from lellico was here last week visiting relatives Mrs Yessie Cummins and Miss Fannie Thompson went to Crab Orchard Saturday J F Cook and family were visiting Richard Robin sons family Saturday I B Ediuon son and family of Crab Orchard were visiting W Cummins and family Sun day Mr Brown and family of Hubble was visiting the soninlaw and daughter Mr J F Holtzclaw and wife last week JttAUKSBOHY C A Arnold sold to Kendig of Dan villea combined horse for135 M G Aldridge and Ed Hughes have purchased a threshing machine Col B F Bobinson received a nice lot of lambs from the following II D Aldridge T I Her ring and T T Pollard at ojc per Ib Sunday morning while T I was feeding and making change with his fowls a rooster him on the hand inflicting a pain ful wound After extracting the spur he called on Dr Herring at who administered some and assured him it would not prove serious Miss Asher of Lexington is her cousin Mrs Joe Hendrickson Miss Lucille Marsee returned from Pineville last week where she has been visiting friends Mr Mrs Yates attended church at the Fork Sunday Mrs Wm Anderson who is spending the summer with her J B Kemper and wife is visit friends at Crab Orchard this week John Green and sister accompanied by Miss Tillie Arnold of Cartersville was the guest of Mrs M L Anderson Monday Miss V Pearl Aldridge is visiting Dr and Mrs II Durham at Kirksville A little son came to the home of Mr and Mrs M G Aldridge a few days ago lllsinarckg Iron Nerve Was the result of hissplendid heath Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy arc 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 power of brain and body Only 25c at R McRoberts drug store lm Farmers this tine a Jor n saddle we repaired material tel Saturday fir SwinebrouI for Ile Anderson parties Mon Jay Herring some spurred Lancaster medicine visiting and parents J iave Titutni C moo U every s MT HEBRON J I Crawford and Mrs Thomas Has ty are on the sick list Mr Dennie Scott sold eight shoats Colby Jenkins for 40 Hev Castleman of Davis county will preach at this place next Sunday at 11 oclock Cycling has its ups and downs Af ter the downs Banner Salve if youre cut or bruised It heals the hurt quickly C C J E Stormes lm The infant of Mr and Mrs Harry Al ford was interred in Mt Hebron cem every a few days ago Mr Earl C Wilson died at the home of his father in Indiana May 29th His hume was in tins county imiil a few years ago He had consumption and had suffered intensely for several months He became a member of the Baptist church at this place about seven years ago and has lived a true Christian life since then so we feel while it is so sad for us to give him up it is a great consolation for us to know he has reached the shining city where there will be no more suffering and where he will inherit the crown awaiting allxof Gods children The bereaved ones have the entire rf their Kentucky friends He has passed oer the river And reached the bright shore Where sufferings or death Will come never more He has just paid the debt That is due to us all And was willing and ready To obey the Lords call lie is through with the struggles And turmoil of life And has entered the city Where cometh no strife Mrs Mattie Montgomery while walk ing down hill last week fell und injur ed her arm Init no bones were bro len Miss Ada Preston who has been confined to her bed for eight weeks is still in a critical The relatives of Mrs Thomas Montgomery were highly entertained at her home near Lock Ko 8 last Wednesday at a birthday dinnergiven in honor of her brother John Montgomery of Louis v ville This being the fiftieth versary of his voyage in life There were fortytwo present all heartily partook of the elegant dinner served and seemed to enjoy the day to the utmost Mrs Susan Johnson of Bur gin has been visiting relatives in this vicinity Miss Jannic Mayfleld of Lexington is the pleasant guest of her brother James MayJield Mrs George Brown of Sycamore Valley attended preaching here Sun day M Jss Maggie Iluflman of Dan ville was the guest of Miss A E Scott Sunday W D Scott visited his sis tel Mrs Margaret Quimby in Jessa mine Saturday and Sunday Misses Mollie Grow told Emma Naylor of Judson attended preaching here and were the guests pf Mrs B B Grow Miss Edna Scott returned home Tuesday from a visit to friends in Indiana BRYANTS VILLE Miss Alice Ham has returned home after spending a week with her Misses Florence and Marie Dunn Mrs Smith Williams of Burgin and Mrs Land are at the bedside of their sister Mrs Zinc Norris who is quite ill at this writing Mr and Mrs J W Poor visited relatives here this week Mrs Woodward and little daughter will return to their home in Cynthiana Monday accompanied by their neice Miss Elizabeth Mr and Mrs Riffe spent Sunday with friends here Misses Jennie Higgins and Miss Georgie Dunn visit ed relatives in Punt Lick Saturday and Sunday Miss Nora Coghill and Miss Florence Smith from Wilmore were the guests of Mrs Dr Armstrong Tuesday Haselden visited Here Sunday rile G A H Somerset Journal the G A R meeting at Lancaster was in every respect save one a splendid success it is painful to read the account of the meeting and the evident humiliation of Editor Landram of the RECORD all because it rained or rather poured down and washed away the decorations faded the bunting and Hags and made the streets and sidewalks one vast mud hole The Louisville Commercial Club also failed to put in theirappear ante according to expectations But this mishap must have reacted in of the Vets and made a great sav ing of sinews of entertainment suita ble for a rainy day Gen Gordon and Gen E II and Major Drye and many other distinguished veterans were a large drum corps two tine admirably and conducive to a brilliant but for the excess of water not calculated for It is said to be Lan casters luck to encounter a rainstorm every time the town has a fair or other public occasions Question Aiiwtvered Yes August Flower still has the lar g st sale of any medicine in the civ tlized world Your mothers and never thought of using else for indigestion or Bilious 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 ac liver stimulate the and organic action of the system and that 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 patter with you by C C J E Stormes Ie to use sympathy condition lI rand Sunday cousins Anderson S G relatives modest witness favor Hob- son therewith bandseverything arranged success barbecue grandmothers anything of the nervous isall C ant Though tiup Porn GGNERAfc A Georgia negro who attempted to assault two girls was taken from the authorities and hanged with a chain EvGov Oats of Alabama shot and killer a negro who had just murdered the exGovernors servant in the kit then The Catholic chapel at West Point over which there has been so much controversy was formally dedicated many army officers participating Sheriff Suter lias returned to and it is expected that this week that he will ask a requisition for the extradition of William S Taylor General Manager Metcalfe has been offered 20QOO a year to leave the L IT and accept a similar place with the Denver and Rio Grande John ICinkead shot and wounded his twelveyearold daughter near Sonora She was walking in her sleep and was mistaken for a burglar The noted robbery case involving Mrs Elizabeth Jlitchens of Gleens Falls N Y was ended at Lexington by the acquittal of Mrs disproved the charge A great crowd greeted Miss Helen Gould and her party at the Tenth street station in Louisville Miss Gould expresses herself as pleased with her visit to Kentucky and Louisville Jt was discovered Sunday that the trophy Spanish cannon loaned Kansas City for use in one of the parks has been heavily loaded with powder and projectiles ever since it loft Manila Afterconsultingwith leading colored business men all over the country Booker T Washington of Tuskegee Ala has decided to assist in the or ganixation of u national negro business league While GOY Beckham has not yet niiide formal announcement of his it is understood that he will issue a statement later on and will follow this with a series of speeches at various points in the State The secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions has sent a letter to Secretary Hay asking the de partment to inquire as to the safety of American missionaries in China Former Judge D P Bethurum was acquitted in the Circuit Court at Mt Vernon on the charge of attempted jury bribing The charge was brought at the last term of when E Bullock tiled an affidavit alleging that an attempt had been made to bribe him in connection with the E K ease A company of Michigan contractors has taken the contract to complete the last section of grading on the Ohio nod Kentucky road which is building out from Jackson and un loaded four loads of mules horses and railroad utensils at Jackson which are to be transported overland to the camps I The trial of Milton Kendall and hs two sons William and Charles for the murder of Eugene Cassell was conclud ed at Nicholasvllle The Jury after four hours found Milton Kendall and his son William guilty of They were sentenced to live years in the penitentiary The younger son Charles was acquitted At Mt Vernon the jury in the E K Wilson murder case returned a verdict of tire years in the penitentiary An application will be trade for a new and if not secured the case will be carried to the Court of Appeals son who is a prominent young lawyer was accused of causing the death of a young woman through a criminal operation Story of a 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 free He says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed u lone Afterusing two bottles of Bitters she is wonderfully improv ed and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness sleepless ness melancholy headache backache fainting and dizzy spells This mini cle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly rm down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist lm The Golden Egg says the day i passed when the man who has failed in other business for lack of knowledge judgment and energy can hope to make a living raising chick A Caril of Thanks I wish to say that I feel obligations for what Chamberlains Cough Remedy has done for our fain ily We have used it in so many of coughs lung troubles and whooping cough and it has always given the most perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks Re pect fully Mrs S Dotd Des Moines Iowa For sale by R E McRoberts 1m The recommendation of Capt Ca1 that the Tayloj militia be paid for service will not be carried out by Gov Beckham Kruptioiig Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklers Arnica Salve cures them also Old 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Trial bottles free McRoberts drug store 1m It is better to lose a friend than to follow him into that which you wrong Mothers who would keep their chil dren in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and them with WHITES CKEAJI VEUMIKUGE Price 2o cts C C J E Stormse 1m No clay is lost that has in it one good deed or one kind word for the help of others All who suffer from piles will be glad to learn that DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will give them instant and relief It will cure eczema and all skin diseases Beware of 1m Lots of girls who hardly ever had a beau get married soon when they move to a strange town B F Mouser druggist at Cdetopa Kansas says 1 have the best sale on Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin of any article in niy store So has R M Roberts It cures Constipation Indi gcstion Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble lm Its a lung lane that has no turn reflected the bit beetle as lie slid down the neck of the gosling Backache should never be neglecter It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long may result in disease diabetes or other ser ious and often fatal complaints Fo leys Kidney Cure is guaranteed for the kidneys C C J E Stormes lm Nobody is as much to be pitied as the fellow who imagines that the girls are all struck on him 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 lm This is the reel thing murmured the catfish as he swam off with a hun tired yards of good line Men may differ on politics religion or finance but all who have tried Salve are agreed as to its worth for cuts burns sores piles and slit diseases Its the most healing used icine iii the world C C J E Stormes All the boys take off their hats to her and dote on the sound of her voice yet she is old ugly and that dear old dinner bell You fool batter at once after using HKIUUNH you enjoy your food more and you get more nourishment and force out of what you eat Renee JIEKWXK makes you strong vigorous and cheerful Price 50 cents CC Stormes lm Yon can lie in bed these Tune mornings and look green said Join Farmer to the little tobaoco bed but Ill make you smoke later on Many women fail to digest their food and so become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness fresh ness and beauty of the skin and com plexion departs Remedy this by ing IIEUWXK meal to digest what you have eaten Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm The husband said Im the author ity the head of the house Im the neck replied the wife I can turn the head anyway I please To save mending avoid breaking and to avoid suffering prevent coughs and culls by the timely use of com SENS HONEY OK TAU It is a safe sure and swift remedy for all ailments Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm Dont be content with your lot Pull down the bars move the old fencekill the weeds and plarrHmmpkins among the get married all you sorry old bachelors If you are troubled with that most uncomfortable disease called piles dont neglect it Dont let the com plaint get firm hold Every day the disease is neglected it grows worse Commence at once to use TAKLEUS BUCKEYE OINTMET the relief is immediate and cure infallible Price 50 cents in battles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes lm What exclaimed the orator what two things are helping kind to get up in the world The alarm clod and the stepladder an swered the dense person in the rear of the hall Doer It Pay to Buy Cheap I A cheap remedy for coughs and coifs 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 hi 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 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 jPeccommended many years by all in the world For sale be C J E Stormes I I I New consider counterfeits F P rrisbie I I I I Banner ton in- vigoratIng J aftereach bronchial sunflowersand a pILE II man introduced success II ally gists i f permanent rig hts I tit C C a k f We have it and guarantee ev ery gallon McHoterts Drug Store 1 BUYl MASTIC MIXED PAINT caccacooooooooooooooooooooooooooo t0 0T0T0 T ff ltfJ1 wJj i0J Jr Q p A dpi GOOD DRESSER LWAYS TTRACTS 8 TTENTION p 3 f2 vj h A By using a little judgement even the men can dress attractively and look stylish and neat Drop and let us give you a few pointers on how to dress this Spring Our business is tu dress people and dress them perfectly from head to foot Plothing 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 2 THE GLOBE S Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCHSuccessors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY S WILSON I M II IT C M KENNEDY M H Secretary The Richmond School and Infirmary- Of MAGNETIC HEALING and SUGGESTIVE Every THERAPEUTICSEve- ryKnown Disease Cured t UWithout Medicine or Surgery ly Z 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 etc etc Miss J D E Richmond Indigestion Constipation Neuralgia etc Miss I N 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 V 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 Garrard Co and Lancaster We have establish ed a Branch Otlice in Lancaster and are glad to consult all suffering humanity free of charge Office over Zfmmers 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 NATIONAL CONVENTION Low Rates from All Points South flN CRESCENT ROUTE And Connecting Lines via Cincinnati or via Louisville to Kansas City Tickets on sale July ist and 2nd good returning July 9th One Fare Round Trip Free Retuning Chairs Observation and Cafe Cars Through Pull man Sleepers to Cincinnati and Louisville 0 L MITCHELL D A Read House Block Chattanooga AV J MUKPIIY W C RIXEASON General Manager Genl Passr Agent CIXCIXNATI O 7 moderate l 0 p fB t8 I tGio 7fiJt iJijt0ffi1 f5fJjff5f J i llff cYfifiJfjl d UC men I OORATIO VI THE I ins Qt iQr Q i 0 dl C s VIM S v v I f o kJM r rbll ENJubd S S 1 Mtt6N 1 I le aw dI101 andlheeoPfe SoebelTiylor Contest Illustrated j S S JUST PUBLISHED I S i IWRRHClue of the greatest political ffsirtof the century on which the Nation were and are yet turned Ey BE HUGHES F W SCHAEFKR nod K 1 Ono Lsrgo Octavo Volume Over 10O Illustrations Cloth S17o By Mat Postage Paid onReceipt of Price This work Is the production of three Louisville men who havewell performed their labor In an unbjased manner giving a full vivid truthful account of most I Extrar place in this country With a free pen a vast fund of incidentand record authors have produced a most fascinating volume ofHistory and at the same time a reliable of facts thatbe used as a bock cf reference for years to come FirstClass Agents Wanted For Unoccupied Territory Address THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY PUBLISHERS 0 Nos 31 33 and 35 East Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio rcmarkable campaIgn that ever J tooic S SSSSSS5 A- f CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY JUNE 14 1900 Dr IT M Giant is in the mountains n a fishing trip Mrs J W Sweeney is in Cynthiana visiting relatives Dolph Rice of Danville visited Lancaster friends this week Clerk Duncan is enjoying a fishing trip at Rockcastle Springs Miss Amanda Anderson has return ed from a pleasant visit to the coun tryMiss Alice Walker has returned home from lamiltoi College Miss Burns of Selma Ala is the attractive guest of Miss Julia Mae Gaines Mr Turn Bush has joiner his wife and child for a visit to his father Dr W N Bush Mrs Jesse Walden gave a dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mr JI Walden and bride Miss Georgia Henry has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Tillie Arnold at Cartersville IT A B Marksbury and George D Robinson on the United States grand jury Norma Stone and Stella Broaddus visited friends ui Ivirksville and attended commencement at Ber ea TVe tried to get the names of time ting 1C Ps but it was impossible do so They were Here from the lead mines W McC Johnston sou Bradley and Miss Willie Belle JJurnside have gone to Philadelphia Washington and New York for a visit Hollie and wife have gone to Danville to reside They made ninny friends while here who regret their departure Itfr L R Slade of Covington has been in the city this week in the of the Endowment Rank Knights of Pythias lIe was very successful George Smith Tr left today for Rockcastle Springs where he will spend the summer lie will assist in the office Manager Porch already has a number of visitors at the Springs Joe Waters of the Stanford Demo crat was one of the warmest numbers Pythian law like a book and toot great delight in pitching occasion bumbshells into the camp Lexngtou Herald Miss Alice of Lancaster is spending a few days with her sister Mrs T Browning of Walton avenue Miss Anderson attended the Confederate reunion at Louisville and is on her way home Mr J E and wife leave Sunday morning to attend the Phar inecutical Association which sleet at Glenns Springs They go to Lou iiville and will join a party from that city on the steamer City of Louisville The outing is a most pleasant one and will be greatly enjoyed roc0 0 0 0 0 000 C 0 0 0000000 ceo oo 1 I jI County Lexing- t m were inliranlfOltselillg hisses DI r Carlton interest L P meeting Joe knows Anderson V 4 I I 408t OUT RBOPhG 00000 0004 040600000400b0684p00 J 1 ito x ii ie Storm es 1 z Keep one on the Quality of our goods and the other on our Extraordinary Low Prices We are now selling anything in our line of summer goods at onethird off Some Extra Bargains in Trimmed Hats Dont miss this chance to get a nice summer hat CHEAP NOEL SISTERSI I WANTED I Ifffrrrrff frEvery Man Woman Boy and Girl in the County For Customerst v We Know How Keep Them Try Us and See if We Dont x jwwwumMMittJttJtt Jwidttw to FRISBIES DRUG STOREA ll l j l6 Al J jl1 1111U11lIUAUIUIUIIU161NIAIAUUUIdlllll11UINU611U91l111UJ11lIU 111Ll11a6 66 sSl11l1d1111 1l2l6 6 6 R II liaison is recuperating at the Dripping Springs R A Stone was in Richmond on business last week Wade Bush of St Louis is here this week visiting his parents Miss Bertie Hilton has gone to her home in Brodhead Miss Johnson of ElSxabethtown the guest of Miss Florence Ilarirs Miss Smith of London is the char ming guest of Miss Lizzie Brown Mrs Earl are visiting Miss Amanda Anderson Mrs R C Tankcrslcy is visiting her parents Mr J W Pumphrcy and wife Miss Mary Ribinson is being by Misses Sallie and Mattie El kin Misses Martha and lichen Gill are at home from Oxford Ohio for the va cation Mrs Letcher Owsley leaves this week to visit her sister Mrs Hays in CincinnatiMisses and Alberta Anderson have returned from a visit to Rich nvjnd relatives Mr Alex Hirsch of The Globe Dan ville was among the many visitors at the 1C 1 meeting Dr Herring and wife gave a recep tion Wednesday evening in honor of Mr J II Walden and bride Miss Margaret Murphy and nephew Shelbv leave this week for New York to spend time summer Sam Joseph one of the cleverest drummers on the road made Lan caster last week and took in the ban duct Miss Ada Dickerson who has been charming visitor of Mrs Letcher Ovvsley has returned to her home in Xicholasvillc Col IIughes late of the Gilchcr House Danville came over Saturday to bring his daughters to take the train for Richmond Mr R E McRoberts returned from a brief visit to relatives in Hopkinsville Mrs McRoberts and children will remain in that city for a few days Mrs Lizzie Rice chaperoned the following to a picnic at Crab Orchard Wednesday Misses Minnie and Kemper Stella Huston Bessie Bat son and A J E Hughes of the Louisville Commercial spent Sunday with Lan caster relatives Bob has a responsi ble job and is holding it down to the entire satisfaction of his employers He fills us the book That Kentucky Campaign is meeting with a large saleAt live oclock Tuesday afternoon the marriage of Mr Jessce II Walden and Miss Annie Loyd Herring was solemnized at the residence of t the brides parents Dr and Mrs II C Herring on Richmond street Only the immediate relatives were present Time ceremony was performed by Eld Win Walden brother of the groom and the wedding march played by Miss Theo Ilemphill They were at once driven to the home of the grooms parents on Lexington street where an elegant supper was served Last eveni ng they were entertained at the residence of the The bride is the youngest daughter of Dr II C Herring and is a young lady of great beauty and handsome The groom is the youngest son for s and ehildrenot Falmouth Merchant tIe Dixie appearance visit- si entertained Saturday Rice- R parents Both Eyes of Eld Jesse Walden and recently purchased an interest in the Danville Planing Mills He is a young man of industry and good habits The Imp py couple left yesterday for Danville where they will reside Time bride looked pretty in a handsome blue silk trimmed in white satin and applique white gloves and a becomming white hat The attendants were Miss Mat tie Thompson and Mr Fisher Herring Miss Thompson wore a gray suittrim med in white with gloves and hat to match RECORD joins many friends in wishing Mr and Mrs den a happy journey through life Would Nut S n fler So Again for Fifty Its Price I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach 1 never felt so badly in all my life When 1 came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work I went to Miller McCurdys drug store and they rem ommended 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 1 should hot care to en dure the sufferings of last night again for fifty times its H Wilson Liveryman Burgettstotvn Washing ton Co This reined v is for sale by R E McRoberts 1m A strange case is reported from the county where a fouryearold boy last year cat a half dozen blooms from va potato vijie He suffered no inconve nience and the affair was lost sight of until last week when the boy took sick and was confined to his bed His sister in gathering a boqtiet got hold of a piece of potato vine and as soon as she approached his bed a couple of full grown potato bugs came from his mouth which produced The father carried the open for fresh air and through a patch of potatoes when over two hundred bugs forced their way from tits mouth he became instantly relieved The father regarded the bugs in the light of grandchildren and refused to have them killed lie saved his son but lost his potato crop Ilawcsville Plaindealer Siiucrliitciidciitv Notice White teachers examination will at my office June 15 and 10 and for colored teachers June 22 and 23 All trustees who were elected last October and have not qualified will do so at once 3t ELTSA LUSK Supt Wheat Wanted As agent for a reliable firm I will pay the highest market price for wheat I will engage a few choice crops now if seen at once to be at threshing time TOM ADAMS tf IJryantsvillc Ky Attention Farmers We take pleasure in gratifying time 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 N 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 see us We have storage room for 30000 bushels of wheat and rate of storage will be We also will keep on hand new sacks to sell farmers at cost should they want to hold flair wheat Your Friends II A B MAUKSPUIIY SON Caught in the Acta A beautifully printed illustrated pamphlet has been issued by theQueen and Crescent Route that is full of in teresting data as to the historic old seaside city of Charleston S C The National Educational meets in July arid teacher in the land will be interested and prof ited 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 toyou free Val worked priceG accidentally beheld delivered Association every comes I Iran Thus C strangulation in reasonable i C 5 IMPOKTANT TFlItt IIONI5 3II2KTIG Held at AVImIicsJcr Independent Line II runfhiit Out A Hlehsliiic to the People The Kentucky Telephone held a meeting in Winchester last Thursday and elected the follow ing ollicers David Pruitt of Winches ter president A II Bastin Lancas ter vice president W Y Longmoor treasurer James Maret secretary R V Bishop Cynthiana D L Pendleton Winches ter and J M Baldwin RicHmond were elected members of the executive committee The objects of the assoc iation are for the mutual protection and connection of all local telephone exchanges and toll line companies in Kentucky and endeavor to bring about a system of toll line connections with other states The question of connecting all exchanges by metalic circuit without any phones being placed between was discussed and en dorsed Arrangements were made to connect the central and northwestern counties in the state by metalic and this work will be carried out this year The lines of the inde pendent companies will be pushed to wards Louisville Cincinnati Ports mouth Knoxville and other large cities on or near the borders of the state Uniform ton rates and metalic circuits on all lines will be insisted upon and a mutual interchange of will be made while the compa niesDwill still retain their present status of independence A Lincoln county man A II Bas tin and a Garrard boy Tames Maret who played around Paint Lick depot way back in 69 when the big eclipse occured were the prime movers in originating this association the idea which they began working upon as far back as March 1S3 when they on is had a line from Stanford to Sit Vernon It was a hard fight to get other companies to see and under stand things as they saw them but after constant and untiring work of more than two years they have per fected an organization that will not only be a benefit to the citizens of the state but will to the interests of these two indefatiguable workers and farsighted business men The companies now banded together are the wealthiest and most influential in the state and their combined capital amounts to 500000 and much more is being added to the business daily all of which will tend to improve and ex tend the independent system in old Kentucky The United States Tel ephone company of Cleveland Ohio that has thousands of miles of copper metalic circuit lines running into the independent exchanges in Ohio West Virginia Pennsylvania Michigan and Indiana arc ready and waiting for Kentucky connections which the association promises shall reach them by next FaIl when our can Hello to Cleveland and hundreds of points beyond our state limits over lines owned and controlled by Ken capital The telephone in this state is i n the dawn of era of improvement Good service and home enterprise are the watch words Cheap Insurance Many a man has been insured against Brights disease diabetes or other dangerous ailment by a fifty cent bot tle of Foleys Kidney Cure Take no other C C J E Stormes 1m Association I circuits business tucks business anew Great Frankfort croon redound LOCAL TIMETABLES QSouthbnd mixed passes Lancaster 11 10 AM Northbnd Mixed 335 P M Passgr 252 A u South bnd 12S28AH North nd 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS s C c Anyone sending a sketch and description mat ascertain our a Invention Is probably patentable Communlcn tlons strictly on Patents Oldest securing patents Patents token Blunn Co rccclvo notice in the Scientific Illustrated weekly Largest clr mutation of any scientific Terms 3 ayear four months L Sold newsdealers MUNN Co3i1Bre Hew York Branch Office Btt 8U I o tai A U through k byeS PICTURESQUE GUANAJUATO A Mexican City Which HIK Miiny At tractive Peculiarities An Alttr Ieei town in a Mine Guanajuato derived from the Indian word Quanashuato signifying the hill of frogs has been called the most picturesqu city in the world Situated in 3Iexco H miles oil the trunk line of the Mexican Central railroad and 250 miles north of the City of Mexico with its narrow crooked streets and tier upon tier of flat roofed houses it is a particularly fascinating place To reach it one should stop off at th quaint old town of Silao From there a little mountain railroad climbs 11 miles up a steep incline and then n tram ear drawn by six mules takes one three miles over one of the most inter esting street car lines in the whole worldThis route starts at Marfil a Moor isle looking town and crowding the narrow ravine with its one street the meanderings of a small river tc causeway passes over anl under immense silver reduction mines A coping extends along the river the entire distance It is a remarkable piece of engineering begun in 17G7 finished in IS52 after the leisure manner of Mexicans The reduction works are castlelike structures with large courts inclosed by high walis There is no outlet to the ravine ex rcpt toward Silao Cuanajuato has 00000 inhabitants 7000 feet above the level of the sea is without a spot of level grouirJ first vein of silver was discovered there in 15lS by two muleteers that date and 1S0 over SOO 000000 worth of silver has been taken from the mines This town played an important part in the revolution of 1S10 the first call for the people to fight for freedom from European ru being made by a patriot priest Hidal go who presided over a church fh a little town not far from Guanajuato At 11 oclock on time night of Septem her 15 1S10 he rang the bell for the ostensible purpose of calling the pea ply to mass but when they had gath ered in the church he told them that the time had come to break loose from the rule of the mother country That bell now hangs over the main portal of the National palace in Mexico and is by President Diaz on the night of September 15 each year commemo rating what is called the grito or cry for independence Guanajuato changed hands many times during this war impressive building the Alhondige or the Castilla de Grana dilas still has the marks of on the walls and it is claimed that the blood of conflict can still be seen on the balustrades The center of the city is a bit of threecornered plaza called the Jardin de la Union bound it are handsome buildings the governors palace the mint the leading hotel and the finest theater in Mexico Every Sunday forenoon and evening n mili band gives a concert in this min iature park and there is no more de lightfully novel scene than that wit nested by the onlooker from the bal cony of one of the hotel windows Mound and round the plaza on the flagged pavements stroll all classes and conditions of Mexicans listening to time music talking toggling mild ly flirting gay with vivid colors and quaint in costume- A soldier In blue uniform stands at every corner nt the markets before the public buildings everywhere ready to protect time stranger or di him any other service Every person you ireet is good natured and civil glad to answer any questions pro pounded by the Americano You hear no English except a little at the hotel or at the great Serena mines which are owned New York capitalists and which join the famous Valenciana The Serena yields an average of 60 silver Mexican and 12 gold to theton The miners come to the surface four times a day each carrying 250 pounds of ore on his back toiling up ladders and stairways to earn his 75 or SO cents a In the heart of the mine uith candies always burning before it is a Shrine or altar at which every working man offers his daily devotion On especially sacred days this altar is decorated with flowers If it should be remove the men would refuse to work Brooklyn Ea Ie II In Discovery Growells angrily You know that a fool can ask questions that a wise man answer dont you Houells Ive heard so but T never knew it until now Chicago Evening News Dad habits Bad habits break their possessors more frequently than they get broken Chicago Daily News I j I I following and I tar by la 4 and Between rim Avery cannonballs soma cant J fC 1 ta Ab UUrr This E4y4i is the amount you save by buying front us The Columbus the Xauirman the Moyer the WoodhutT We carry a full ami com plete line at prices that cant be duplicated We aM ping the Best Carriage and Buggy work ever done in Come and see for yourselves You get atten prepared tcjput on Best Rubber Tires in the market M I 1 Nicest a 1J We have stclass Work tion and I W J O A S IVe ate k fmEmnrtiz H t a L caster7 r workmen Goo Honest olite roasonabl rites GO TO STORM t t SS RUC FOR THE STORE t a BEST CREAM SODA WATER r L iio Ik I I A o 0 0 0 0 0 0 j 0 0 0 0 o Wlf2f l- iflS ifTS T fiNE CIGARS GINGER ALE FINE sos and PERFUMERIES LILLARD V STOUT The Pharmacists and Stationers Danville AND DRUGGISTS lUflDRIES Paints Books Stationery etc We especially invite inspection of orr line line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and UpToDuta Our Soda Fountain Always Equipped with the Purest and Best Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our prescription department is handled with the utmost care and presided over by experienced men Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT L Zi If E t I Novelties 2 RUGS d ALL KINDS OF ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice new foreman J is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store I I I I I I 1 I lOur i J I f I I J Collier J I i f I 000000000000000000000000400000 r R B1 Two Dollars Vici Shoes In lace for 2 This shoe is dressy and and Tan We have about 3 dozen Misses Shoes Tan Button 13 to 2 we sold at 15Q and 2 reduced now to 75cts Our full dress Shirt at 1 fits and is fine Straw hats now on Caldwell Lanier leaders In Shoes and Furnishings Wehave sizes DANVIL 53 9f7 J ten s w F ht I fLiROFULAu matjy respects Scrofula and Consumption are alike from the same genrthey eral causes are hereditary and dependent an impure povislied blood In consumption the disease and illl su pY Hailstorms destroyed large areas of wheat in Kansas For Sale No 3 Rock Crusher W J DcRuiin Perryvillc Ky 3I3i W R Jarvis has a good stock P Inngus bull calf six months old for sale June Utf- J t Is better to have a workshop at home to patronize on rainy days than loafing places at the nearest town Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children Ic is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough For sale by R E McRobcrts lyr Nancy Hanks 204 was delivered of her fourth foal It is a line bay Arion 207 and has been named Admiral Dewey Small in size and mous little pills that clef and bowels They do n Frisbee J 1m When bran s get into the hands of stock fcfld mixers it be comes drug on the market andati expensive one too I have on hand Goo mountain ewes will sell on time or for cash or place them in good hands or shares can fur nish good south dam bucks with then tf J 1 HAMILTON Last week the farmers of Kansas began the harvest of the greatest wheat crop ever known The acreage is 4 585819 and the crop is estimated at 85000000 bushels A fatal policy is to neglect a or other sign of kidney trouble Foleys Kidney Cure is a sure remedy for disease diabetes and gravel C C J E Stormes 1m The work of gathering the large crop in Rourbon coun ty has commenced Over 300 two horse stripping machines are engaged in harvesting the crop which is 60 per cent larger than that of last year Reports show that ovcrfifteen hun dred lives have been saved through t he use of One Minute Cough Cure Most of these were cases of grippe croup asthma whooping cough bron chitis and pneumonia Its early use prevents consumption F P Frisbie Danville Advocate During the past two years R G and Monte Fox have sold seven ycarlingand twoyear old pacers for 5120 They were all by Cecil stallions and three of them out of old Annie R She now has a tine yearling by Allerton but missed this season Charles II Marks while acting in the capacity of nurse at the Second Division Hospital of the Fifth Army Corps at Santiago de Cuba used a few bottles of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarr lu caand found it to work charm F r sale by R E MeRobcrts 1m Last week was banner one for sales of dark tobacco by Louisville ware houses the total sales being 3051 hogsheads of dark against 58 of Bur Icy The dark business is the largest probably ever done in one week on that market The market is stronger for both Burley and dark 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 fraid of water and that he was afraid to get into a bath tub even he got so seasick man has just is a good many others we know and should take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Get it at McRoberts Drug Store 1m The wheat crop throughout Central Kentucky has been damaged thous ands of dollars by the heavy winds and rains of the past week Nearly all rank wheat is down and will not raise Mill men that the acreage is larger by 10 per cent than last year but the yield on account of storms will of last season n great in sult lrc- DeWitts Little Early Ris s the tl se the gripe P or slit Brights bluegrass seed like a That announce be short I col- by S live F backache t 1 1 la flefPedityswell and causing ugly running sores good the blood is poisoned The old scrofulous taint which has probably come down through severalhas polluted every drop of blood Lue JUlgS tut cronua tHe ot tIle neck and throat s ppuratc the arc atul weak there is an almost continual discharge the cars swell throughthehealthyconditiondigestionand glanes eves inaame1 S S S the medicine that erne reach deepse tvd blood troubles like Scrofula It goes down to the very roots ofthe disease and forces every vestige of poison out of the blood S S S is purely vegetable blood knownThe roots and herbs which it is made contain wonderful blood purifying properties which no poison howeverpowerful can is S VIE CIIIL3REIJLVTiE at once use or M o t nis a tonic mehest blood purifier and Wood builder known as it contains no poisonous minerals S S S is preeminently a remedy for ncuria Has mllcntctl tamt dont wait for it to hut begin the fine and childrcn your UIOOt let uop tf lIfrM fft LAW C C Op JJy 0 J R long S S S and purifies the increases the appetite aids the digestion and restores health and strength to the enfeebled body If have reason to think have Scrofula oryou you When daughter was an infant she had n severe case of Scrofula for which she was under the con Ftant tare ot for more than two years She was weree at the end of that time however andwe despair of h r life A few Iwttles of Swifts Specific cured her completely a it recrneil topo cHrcct to the the trouWe I do not Ivliev it nil for lio l diseaseswhich art hyond the jx wcr of other socalled blood remedies S I UROOKS Monticello Ga Our medical department is in charge of experienced physicians who have made Scrofula and other blood diseases a life study Write them your case or Von are interested in Your letter will prompt and careful attention Ve make 111 1 most ha c s rec anyone I will stand my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 it 2 Money due at time of service J A ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancaster n Danville pike H BliglfJt1fffRiJ Disease g The Sy a no fJrthiS Alldress THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GAcharge ansterx Col R F Robinson shipped to Cin cinnati last week 538 lambs They averaged 70 lbs in Cincinnati Among the lot were 85 of Tames Burnsides that averaged 82 Ibs at home Also a bunch of Ed and Am Ronnie that av craged flo Ibs This isthe finest lot of lambs shipped by Uncle Ben for some time and he was quite proud of them He says he never saw a finer lot and they sold at more on the hundred than any lambs there 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 eat so the body can be nourished while the worn out organs are being reconstructed It is the only preparation known that will instantly relieve and completely cure all stomach troubles It is certain to do 3Toii good F P Frisbee 1m A horse will eat nine times his own weight a Jw nine times an ox six times and a sheep six times The Winchester Democrat says the lamb op in that county is the finest ever The weather at lamb ing so propitious that a large per saved Since then the weather been favorable to their and even under unfa vor able circumstances they are fat When this is considered in conjunction with the splendid prevailing it must be conceded th the man with sheep has nothing to grumble about Last fall I sprained my left hip while handling some heavy boxes The doc tor 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 1 went to a drug store and the druggist recommended me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm L tried it and onehalf of a uOccnt bot tIc cured me entirely I now recur mend it to my friends F A Erie Pa It is for sale by R E Me Roberts druggist 1m The Shclbyvilln Sentinel who time way gets up about the best farm and stock column coining to our desk says time prospect for an abundant bar vest of wheat in is excel lent but in some sections the work of the lly is appearing and the unusual rainfall may cause considera ble damage The partial failure of the crop in some of the adjoining may offset the sui plusagc here and prevent a great reduction in price Our farmers are to be congratulated upon the present outlook for agrictil total prosperity provided the dealers will treat them fairly in mixing prices for their products If the stomach performs its ions actively and regularly the food of which it is the receptacle is trans formed into blued of a nourishing quality which furnishes vigor warmth to the whole body IIKIMUXK gives tone to thestomach and promo tes digestion and assimilation Price 50 cts C C J E Stormes 1m What should be the plan and shape of the family garden consisting of an acre This question being asked by many farmers and their wives It has been found advantageous to have all vegetables long rows which may be weeded and cultivated by implements drawn by a horse thus avoiding the use of hose and hand weeder to a large extent Rows should be about three feet apart and say 150 yards long This will form time garden into a strip greatly facilitating cultiva tion which is the making of a crop of vegetables As better of gardening and farmingcome to the minds of the rural populace a rely distinct modification is noted in their arrangement of fields gardens and feeding yards A convenient is observed and general organiza tion seen Everything is arranged with a view of increasing the ability to grow more stuff upon a given area And this is as it should I y I fie ear tOwn tins was cent as h pr es I I Kentucky present States and in narrow good methods n system beEx in a Ba coed b fungi C i t The farmers of Kentucky arc in need of an organization to not only protect their interests but to meet and consult together in regard to the many questions which are constantly coming to the front affecting the the harvesting and the sale of the products of the farm says an exchange Organization is the only way to meet the organizations which have been formed to control the mar ket of the country and to profit the output of those who are oblgid to sell their stock and crops no matter what the ruling prices may be The knell of time trusts will be sounded when cooperation of time farmers is assured It will be plain to the aver age reader that when twenty men are associated together and acting in they can control any county of the big cities in the State in which there is no organization to pro feet the interests of the tanners The trusts however are stronger even than twenty men to a county It will require a compact organization in the Slate to successfully withstand the encroachments of the gigantic monop olies KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crop fwd Live Slocl June 1st 1100 Crops condition for the past month have varied considerably owing freaks of the weather In parts of Kentucky drouth prevailed toward the middle of May seriously affecting meadows and holding brick pastures This has been relieved by rains at the close of the month in some places so heavy as to seriously injure wheat and wash gullies in plowed fields Slight frost about the 10th of May did no direct damage Cut worms are com plained of in many counties The gen oral crop condition is somewhat than last month The condition of this crop is below the estimate for of May having been seriously by fly in so many localities and by the recent rains until there cannot be an average crop harvested The complaint of damage by lly is confined to no particular section and is not universal but scattering and greatly diminishes the prospect The crop wherever very heavy was beaten down by the heavy rains and at this late stage of its growth will not rise Present conditions do not indicate more than threefourths of an average This crop has suffered from drouth in many localities but being later than wheat is more likely to be ben emitted by the generous rains of the past week The outlook is better conK Though late corn is generally in good fix as to cultivation The has improved during the past month and rather above the average yield is to be expected if the future growing season is favorable TOBACCO Planting was late on of smallness of plants but still intime to make a good crop if future weather conditions favor it Certain the rains of afforded opportunity to stick a plant in every hill The planting is about finished A larger acreage that usual is out and gets a favorable start This has not been a year for season making planters iiKiir Hemp growers have been more by later reports about the Manila supply and the price has strengthened on the report that the Philippine crop is short An sowing was made and conditions is generally good FIIUIT No change is to be reported in the conditionof the fruit crop All kinds will be abundant with the exception of peaches and this crop will be larger than was at first estimated Some complaints are received of apples fall ing oft LIVE STOCK Condition of live stock has improved during the month and but of little pinkeye and other local diseases among hdrscs is noted The supply of stock for ing and grazinb is short and prices high GARDENS The spring has been favorable to vegetables and small fruits The strawberry crop in this State is 1 ar cetcd and is an improvement over those from States south of this Potatoes are very promising and the crop will be fully an average one I B NALL Comr Keep Quiet and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy forall pains of the stomach and all unnatural of the bowels It always cures For by E E McRoberts lyr 1 st cultivation concert outside UII td the lower considerably damaged crop OATS prospect somewhat account ample encouraged complaint diseasesa looseness whEAT fir lastweek avera bei rig coming sale gc MEN15 R P I3 TO TIME QUKKN CITY Low rate Sunday Excursions to Cin cinnati every other Sunday Queen Crescent Route Low round trip ralesare in effect other Sunday from Junction City lull all points north on the Queen Crescent Route during the summer season Train schedule and rates can be ascertained by applying to your ticket agent CINCINNATI is known as the Paris of America and the summer attractions there each summer justifies this title LJThc Zoological Gardens is one of the finest in America and has the great est collection of rare animals and birds in the United States Chester Park and Ludlow Lagoon mire both offering every kind of attrac tions as summer resorts Coney Island is one of the Queen Citys beautiful river resorts It is eguipped modern improvements at a cost a million dollars con stituting an ideal earthly paradise reached by a glorious and refreshing river ride on palatial steamers Free Vaudville entertainments etc Fort Thomas is one of the most beautifully situated and completely quipped military posts in America Lt alone is worth coming to Cincinnati to see A hundred other attractions make time Queen City will worth a visit du ring the summer DONT FAIL TO or Low RATES Queen Crescent Route for the following occasions Independent Order Good Samaritan and Daughters Samaria Rome Ga June 1316 IDOo American Institute of Homeopathy Washington D C June 1822 IttOO Young Peoples Christian Union U P church of N A Denver July 2530 1S100 Annual Conference Epworth Leagues Rome Ga June 2121 1100 Oberlin College Reunion Oberlin O June 2227 1000 National Denta Association Old PtComfort Ya July 920 1900 Reduced Hates via Queen Crescent Route for the following occasions Republican National Convention Philadelphia Pa June llth 1100 Democratic National Convention Kansas City Mo July 4th 1HOO P Y P U Convention Cincinnati O July 1215 3100 Tickets on sale via Queen Crescent route at 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fencing all in grass fine hemp and tobacco land flue tobacco barn fine orchard fair improvements fronts on good free turn pike half mile and 200 yards from good school and will be the best bargain in Garrard county Terms atisfactory and to suit purchaser W McC Johnston Lancaster Ky J X N NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Ssrayor and Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO L F HUBBLE AT LAW AXD REAL ESTATE AGT LANCASTER KY ThirtyThousand Acres Val liable Hardwood Timber and Mineral Lands for Sale in SouthEastern Kentucky Special Bargains in Blue Grass Farms Sam 1 D Cochran insight ATTORNEY r j of church DUN ball j Half Rates to 1- i Cincinnati I July 10 11 12 ig Round tickets will be on sale g via Chattanooga and the Queen tRoute from all points f- K South to Cincinnati and return j H one fare for the round trip g thf dates numd t- t reduced rates are on ac ij count of innittil convention fc TT T I V IP j of Anierica The return limits f mire liberal for hunker il particulars IV sure ycur ct reads over the Queen Cres ij cent Route It is 101 miles shorter than if other line from Chattanooga Atlanta and the South Its j schedules arc the quickest its train service is famous with travelers as the most I perfect in the South Y C J Kineason G P A Cincinnati 1 orO L Millhell DPA Chat tanooga will be glad to send you i free printed matter or other in t formation KIDNEY DISEASES are the most all dis rCIWiI I trip CIl se nt B WritE I everywhere r o fatalof eases b 1k on- t The i lick l FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is a Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as best for Kidney troubles INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Pjienix of ISrookJjn Milwaukee Merchants Now York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercliantilo Aetna Life Co sfEartMta PRICE 50 and Joo ID KII irS t in I I I Ins t resetlllSP L C Kcllablc persons ota mechanical Inventive mind desiring a trip to the 1aris Exposition with good expenses should write The KECOKI Baltimore Md I i31 PATENT V DANVILLE This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Ky been recently equipped with The Marvelous Ana r The new discovery in optical science I wish to say to the Ladies that j These Lansss FLATTEH H Just received a Stock of the Very Latest designs in Mouhl f i ngs Patterns never sold in this locality before have to be seen tCr be appreciated Suitable for framing from the simplest Photograph t the most Elaborate Paintings among the lot is the New French M FLEUllDELIS Mouldings specially suitable for delicate pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that require P a dainty Frame When in Danville rill and see us and get our prices We will save you money 124 Third Street Opposite Post Ollice A wide experience has us how to buy the Latest and Best for the least money Weknow be shown As Preity Stylish Millinery- as is now on our counters The ladies should not fail to call and see our sto ck Prices Low SallieD Tillett A BOON BUCKEYE u Fox firE it XY having ateLenses Large r taugut youwill not Fro PilAfilflNDi l 1 J DRTABLERS ZZerymar s4 L1 PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARkSole Proprietor North Mala Strut ST LOUIS INTERNALand CENTS 310 lie STO ltIES DRUG S Eu WECaldtvells to cure tiny case Sick or Stomach Trouble 4- whDn aken according to directions cUARANTEEl- it of Constipation lndigestion eadache DR V B CALDWELL If after taking of a fifty cent or one dollar bottle it to do as represented we will refund the twothirds ailH price PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY lit I ii 111hFl i MONTICELLO ILLINOIS T Tvny MAbLEi LANCASTER Ve make special Attention of SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to SALE FEED KY our Engineeringand l ADAMS FISTULA SALVE Jlannfuenml y J V Adams it Co Value Uck Ky iiuctiiijr wl h sneers in curing Kitula lolvil Sivetiiey Scrakjlies heel Jaw lard oft KiilMrgu- ments Etc For suit I y K E M t Kolitrts Druggist Ijineaster Ky mill Fish A j Co Value Lick Ky S BEAZLEY i I great Greasy mug awl D temper w DENTISTTeeth extracted without painw th Vitalized Air OHiee in j the Itookont uiidinar Danville street om o ire Vredbyerlan church For Congress Ve are authorized to announce Hon George f iillierf of Shelliy county a candidate fur reelection to Congress from this Eighth dirt triet W McC JOHNSTON JOIIX T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JOHNTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY LETCHEROWSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRSTCLASS F111E AND LIFE INSUHANCEI r i C 1 J lit CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Timein effect Jaul 1000 STATIONS LvIouUville am i text Rton 113iain S iinn S COam Winchester 1JUTmn 92pin iOnmjiUpni MtSterliti ISSOnn 705pm ArWa hingtou 1015 am TUipm New York lJJOun 9 OSpm STATIONS LvNewVorlc Philadelphia I02pain 7ipm II 10pm MtSterling 700nm 1 Winchester 7 iliim 4 pm ArLexiugtou 800am 510pm uua i i iu 11 00 mi 800pm I Through Trains run to and from New York SundayForwrite or telephone UEOWJ5A UNKYp rA LEXINGTON KY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatdigests the food aM in strengthening and r It is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea all other results of Prepared F P Frishi O S I S ti Wlm S 9 Ililm W Z TC IS a LtJpm ton Om 1m 2tiipm itartificially Sick imperfect digestion by E C DeWitt a eoChicago roam 1 Phil tdelphbt w 212pmS b t tor- gans PARKERS BALSAM cleene and beautifies the Promotes luxuriant pothNever Falls to Restore Gray Hair to it Youthful hatrtutng and 4tW at hair ntndmff and hoe 5