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. y ... . ... . ) Xk $1 fa lr re N M ;-- J PCsUfciTJI '.TJiKLr NY IX) CIS I.A "I lAM, L.VNTASTKK, KY.. FRIDAY. MAHCU. 4, i'S03. OF SrSffRIlTION vv h i II u l Plow 2 0 . N O. THE AMERICAN is made from the best brands of car wheel iron and chilled by the latest and best method. No pains are spared to make this the best and strongest Chilled Wow on the market. Try it and you will be convinced. All parts interchanged with other makes of the same numbers. J. R. Haselden. Lancaster, Ky. Col W.G. Welch. Stanford. W. I. Williams Lancaster. nci Attorneys at Law, LANCASTER, XT. All business attended to promptly. BEAZLIT&BAU6HHAS. 3 3 UNDERTAKERS and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, &c. Lancaster, Ky. ever shown i :: WILLIAMS. i J l I 1 :wae inevitable;: 11 BOMBARD THE CITY 1 IN AND ABOUT Get vaccinated. Go to .the show tonisrht. Lookout for the parade tolay. Vezl cilves wanted. Butler Fox. Fresh oysters" for sale at Norlhcott'sA' Circuit court is ford. in session at Stan- New line Ca.icoes at S. Sic 'era'C T. Evans Wanted, liens at 5c per pound. IJ. Northeott. 200,000 trick for sale. Pence, Stanford, Ky. Greening & Wc print typewriter letter heads on excellent bond paper. Wanted, car load of Iron, Hones and Hags. IL 15. Northeott. )A Ail varieties of Landreth garden seed, in bulk, at Gaines". Flower seed in bulk. Swieet peas only 5 cents, at 'Ihompson's. I will sell j'ou package coffee at 10c. Sugar at cost, for cash. T. Currey. Beginning with Feb. 10th our terms will be cash. J. C. Thompson. ) For sale, bale. 11. B. Cora, by bushel, hay by Northeott. tf Get 'Km In On Time. Several good letters crowded out by getting to the office too late. I'lease Head. I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Very little drunkenness in Monday. The boys seemed to their good behavior. town be on Murdered at Murcellua. The expense account of farmers, by grinding plow points at C. K Poindex: ter's. nov-25-tf. llourbon Steam Laundry. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your orders at Sweeney's store. tf Salt! Salt!. I have just recaived a car of barrel and sack s ilt that I am selling Cheap, for cash. Store near depot. 3-4-3-t. J. J. Bap.ton of Lancaster and Surrounding Country this Spring Sea son with LOW PRICES. We hav; bought and are now receiving the Largest and Most Complete line of Spring Clothing, Shoes, in the city. We are going to put our energies to make this the banner season of our expe rience. In buying our Spring Goods we Fougnt the Prices Down! with King Cash and want the people of Lancaster and surrounding country to have the benefit of it. It will be money in your vest pocket to SEE US this season before buying your Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Furnishing Goods. L1M k ROBIHSDH. LANCASTER, j Small pox at Rowland. Look at bottom ot page 3. Small pox is getting nearer. March came in li-te a roaring lion. Typewriter letter ,ffi "o. heads at this Largest line Plow's a a. I 1 J R. la ow gear sel c i. The best Disc Harrow on the mar ket, at G. S Gaines1. Freezj out the crotkarwho w; stand up for his town. The best two horse wagon on market at G. S. Gaines'.-, the Wanted, 1,000 hens. Will pay 5c per pound this week. B. Fox. y All kinds of weather this week, rain, snow, sleet and sunshine. Wanted! furs, hides, tallow. Sec , us before selling. II. B. Northeott. , Hay and corn always on hand at Cy rus Easons, for retail. 1-28 4t Wanted, Veal Calves. Will go to country and buy. II. B. NorthcottY' Clover, oats, timothy, bluegrass and orchard grass always on hand at Gaines. J. A. Bjazley & Co., headquarters for furniture carpets, mattings, wall paper and window-shades. "Buggy Horse' was acquitted by the Louisville U. S. judge on the charge of selling whisky on Battle How. Mrs. W. J. Lumlram lietter. The condition o! Mrs. W. J. Lan drain is very much improved today. Decorated art tissue paper for man tle, lambrequins, lamp shades etc These are all new. J. C. Thompson. i Corn Wanted. If parties wishing to sell corn will bring it to me at once, I will buy same. J. W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage Dis tillery. 1-7 l-'or Sale or Kent. I will either sell or rent my resi dence. It is in good repair and in a good neighborhood. For particulars call on either W. II. Kiunaird or my self. Marv K. Weisiger. forth all of I l.j.-i-.fl S'. ::V, n t..-, co: .1 o : colored woman uied .Monday and was buried 'J uesday by the "Woman's G. R.,"' a colored oranization. W. J. Romans is now receiving the argest stock of buggies, surreys and road wagons ever seen in Lancaster, and prices can not bj lower anywhere u Kentucky. ; Mais Off. Lndic; are rj qnoted t-i remove their as nt the show tomnt. It isn't ght t ) s' it-k a 11 iw.t garden in .front f j-ome o:tc who lias pa'd j'islas n.u.'h as yo to s e th sho-.v. I'ctter Co. Col. J. Mycrr, Iirra has announce: n forcible language that tonignt will isitivciv bj h's last appoaraaej b -ire a Lancaster r.u Hence. M -j.jr i.'inair.l and Hugh Logan are wit- esses to this declaration. 15 ig Tobacco Deal. Ex-Senater John D. Harris sold last eak to Louisville parties 50,000 lbs. of tobacco at an average of 7 3-4 cents- Richmond Register. l'ost Ollice to be Moved. We understand the post ollice will be moved to Gov. Bradley's Store room on J.exingtou street wnen Air. West takes cnarge. llryant. Mr. Joseph Bryant, a prominent and influential citizen of Bryantsville, died Saturday, after a brief illness of stom- ch trouble. lie was in his 55th year, nd enjo3'ed the respect of all who knew him. t"iin.v I.ixt. Wc had a v r.!" :r 'rum a friend of the raar.-h - o; M . .iaj. ton a and Mis? Rue": . w liich took place last lr, but :t got mislaid. They are oth prominent pe p'.c and xv-i rejrjt that the article wa ; lo-ii. A mill. If people would use the saiua di'.i ;nce in spreading goo I things t ey hear and know about people that they o in heralding every hint or tumor of i bad, the world would ba better off and the tattler ana faultfinder woul i have sure chance for heaven. S niJrslt Reporter. Goose and Duck Eggs out of Sight. Until April 1st, 189S I want all your goose and duck eggs will pa3 35c for ors2 eggs and 15c for duck eggs. Bring them in and get the cash. Of fice on Public Square, in A-cher's meat shon. BfTr.EU ioxy ( Received Into the Church. Rev. Crawford, of Danville, preached at the Prcsbvterian church Sunday morning, at which time the commun- on services were held. lie also bap tized Misses Annie Hammond and Rachel Henry, who joined during Rev. Faulconers meeting Children and adults tortured by burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases may secure instunt relief by using De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the great Pile remedy. Stormes' Drug Store. lm Fire in the Country. The residence of W. II. Smith, near Lancaster, was destroyed by fire Mon4 day. The fire orignated from the ex plosion of a coal oil lamp. Some fur niture was saved. This was the house built and recently sold by Senator George T. Farris. For Next Sunday, Elder Gowen's subject for next Sun day morning is "The Golden Chain of Salvation," illustrated by a large dia gram. Bro. Gowen will also preach at the union meeting m the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, and has se lected as his subject "A Scripture Valley of Dry Bones." Good Show at Stanford. Col. Walton has booked at his Stan ford Opera House for next Monday evening the splendid attraction, Josh ua Simpson. The troupe comes rec ommended as being far above the av erage, and thosa of our citizens who wish to see it, should drop a postal to Mr. Walton, who will gladly see that seats are reserved. Fay-as-you-Co Club. An exchange snys: Pay-as-yon-go clubs are being organized in many towns. The members pledge them selves to incur no debts, and to pur chase only such goods as they can pay cash for. The whole country should be organized into one great club of this sort, and prosparity will make its appearance, never again to depart. Buffalo Roller Mi Us. Paint Lick, Ky It cost money to advertise and we do not advertise for fun or pastime, but mean business, strictly. We do balieve that we are in shape to give you as good flour in exchange for your wheat as can be made and as most all wheat that was raised in 1897 was good it is a rare exception that we fail to give our customers 34 lbs. of our fault lass flour and 10 lbs. bran for every bushel of wheat. If you will try us with a wagon load of wheat we are sure you will come again. We are pre pared to exchange flour every day ex ceptSanday. -We guarantee our flour just like we do when we sell it. If it is not good return it and we will satis fy yox , BUBNAM & RUCKEB. I have a. I IjJ to the eld sloc!r. a new 1 line of seasonable goods which I wi.l sell low for cabh. Cal. and see rao at the old stand. 2-4 ,7. C. JiDbiuson. A thrill of terror ii csieriencd when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at nih". But tiie terror soon chantrcs to rd ef after One Minute Cnugh Cure has b.'en ailmini ter. d. Safo a- d hrnile. s "or children Storines" Diig S.ore. Ira I'.-uskI ilia r.:uni!i;it im. Collector Yer'.res has niceive.l from ii e civil service commission at Was! -int m the result or 1 1 S 'ptember ox t.m".nat'ons for intt r.ial icvenue prs: tius Lane stor people are reported as f .llows: Gjo. I), l.usk, 8S J. H. McMnrtrv, SO; Jno. K. FaulcontT, 72.5 Spring Aunounccmeut. I am receiving Spring and Summer samples from four of the best Mer chant Tailoring houses in America, and I will continue to sell at lower prices and smaller profits than you can find elsewhere. Only the best quality of goods offered No shoddy. Satisfaction, in cu"y particular, or no pay. Warnar.i i.or . nd Brown have the largest house n d the largest trade in the nati :i Compare gools and prices and von v. il- give me your order. On Mar. .: 125 tickets will be placed in 1. and each of niy custo mers, who ..jiigh good; during the season just p-.Sied, can dr.nv for the number, which will get the i 'e pair of pants, ofure-i :;s : prniu:i D. Iiufiin:s, Agent. Tlio . : -.all I'oy Si-.irp. Sn.i'! pix at Midalesbi.-! .! is growing worse arxl a ms.rbvr of oasshave hu r. reportel fion lov no in that section. Our people as a m'c have responded to the health h'jiv "s request and been vaccinated, though some are to stub lorn and full-headed to have work tion-. Reports were current Monday that there was a case at Rowland and one at Preachersville, but it turns out ti ba a mistake. There are so many Lancaster negros at Middlesboro that there is great danger of soma of them getting past the quarantna line and cm'.n bac'.c here, and on this account alone o;r people shou'd be very par ficul.tr. Tha usual croakers are say- ig "No dan jer" etc., but an ounce of rav.nt;on is worth ten pounds of cure n this matter, zn 1 everybody should hava the work don. Kei:u-5;y's righSin;; Stro!;!li. Adjt G:i. Collier, o: the K.'titu.'ky tate gnar.l. n. s given out the follow ing to a li 'Kington ivpirtor ru.ar.i ing prospoc'iva troti. !o v.-ilh S ji:: and the strength of ICentutk;: Wc have 1,30 ) men. r:uk and f.. divided into time leiT.ents. Co's-. Gaither, Castleinr.n and S nith. Ihav are well cquippai wit'i cxf.iing and camping supplies. They ara we'l a:in- 1, with the exception of canno i. W. hava one battery of two or three piec es and two Catling guns. Ihc ra. k and file is composed of the best younsr men in the state, ranging from eigh teen to twenty-five years, with a few over the latter aire. e could molu- ize the Kentucky troops and assemble them at either Lexington or Louis ville in twenty-four hours' notice.with everj'thing ready for marching. I do not believe we will have any war with Spain. She has been trying to run a little bluff on Uncle Sam, and as soon he calls her she will lay down her hand." Of Interest to Farmers. A free lecture on lertuizers was given to an ordience of farmers at the Court House last Maoday. Mr. Mc Nair said that the problems of ferti lizing the soil is to find out what ferti lizing ingredients are suited to differ ent cropsand different soils. He said that some soils need lime, some need phosphates, some need ammonia or nitrogen and others need potash, and that still others need a combination of these materials. He said that the blue grass soils contain enough phos phate and perhaps enough lime but thay lack nitrogen and especially pot ash. He said that the reason why fertilizers have not, as a rule, given good result in the blue grass region is because they contain too much phosphite and too little potash and be advised fa-mers in salectinsr fertilizers to s?lect those which contains a liber al percentage of potash. He said that tobacco and corn fertilizers should contain 10 par cent, potash and wheat 'ertilizers about 5 per cent. Oj Mon day night he again lecturad, using a stercoptican to illustrate. The Royal is the highest grade baking powder kaowa. Actual testa show it goeseae thkd farther thoa ay other bread. POWDER AbMtaftlyPHr HOVAL kAKIMQ POWOCR CO., NCW VOMC ii fid ESC r-' m & TLivinnr purdirtslicd of Dry Goods, .Notions, Clotliinir, TT:;ts, I'unsi.-liing Goods, hoots and shoes At a liig DiM-onnt, enables u -5 to offer you goods in this line at .Remarkably Low Vice 5 Gome EarlY and Bet This stock must be closed out At Once in order to make room for our New Spring Stock. it is our purpose to close out the stock of Clothing and Shoes and convert the business into A FIRST CLASS Dry Goods House! We will carry Up-To-Date lines of Press cobs, (Crimmings, 2-Iottons. abies? 5um5nS5 and, in fact, everything hat goes to make up a First Class Dry Goods House. In doing this we ask the support and patronage of the people of Lan caster and Surrounding Country. With your aid Ave can build up a business that will enable us to car ry a well selectetl stock in this line. We promise at all times to do the best in our power to merit your favors We propose to BUY for CASH and SELL for CASH ONLY. By doing tliis we can bring to the consumer prices that will at all times enable them to supply their, wants close to the Manafacturer's cost. 9 6 9 h. An exu.llcnt letter from IIrj,ants- v 1I-- ot i:: too latn for pub!:calioa. Cnpt. V. h.'a Is able to be at his case n Tim ilECo::.) fii c. lie has about ul.y recovered from his recent illness. Our colloctor is loaded for be ir, and will certaiuly eaU upon those in ar rears. e must get nil ot'a lew lei lows we owe and to do so will need every cent owing us. l'rof. Skinner Head. Prof. Skinner, principal of Hamilton C Lege, Lexington, died this week a - a brief illness. The school will be con lined by Mrs. Skinner. Prof. Skin ner was principal of Garrard college several years ago. Cliurcli Social. The ladies of the Aid Society will give a churcli socu.i at tne unristian church next Wednesday evening bc- inning at 7 o'clock The Kkcokd is requested to say that all members and half-brothers or sisters'" of the church are urged to be present. No admission charged and light refreshments will be served. A 1MB Court Day. Farmers and traders say Monday was tne best all-around court uay they have scn for many months. Tra ding was good in all branches, except horses, and good prices were realized. There were probably 553 cattle on the streets, nearly all changing hands. The rrrcatest demand was for ht steers and as much as 5c was re alized on some bunches. Heifers sold from 3 1-3 to 3 1-2, yearlings and two- year olds 4 so 4 l-2c, butcher stuff 2 to 2 1-2. There was no demand for plug horses, though several parties were on the lookout for extra good ones, Some mules changed han-Js at from S50 to S"5. Heady For Business. Having bought the stock of Lackey Bros., we are now open for business. Will keep constantly on hand a first- class stock of dry goods, groceries, shoes, hats, hardware, queensware.and in fact, everything kept in an "up-to- date" general merchandisa store. Also a nice line of furnitn e and Undertak ers goods. Our terms are cash, or will take in exchange for goods all kinds of country produce, for which we will pay the highest market rrice, and will sell goods as cheap as you can buy them in the country. It will be to your interest to see us bafore ouying elsawhere. Give us a call. Very res pectfully, E. L. Jennings & Oo., Paint Lick, Ky. TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE BAT. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money If it fails to Care, 30 ceuia. Tie Logan if f lesis lo. AT W. T. W3TJ3 OL 9 W. T. West liis stock of y Firs OlinioE. pi D STAfclQ To Kepe-.il So...!irra I'.icIUc Co.' "i:t t.T. T'KAXurmrr. Ky.. March 2. Mr.Stout. of Woe. ford, democrat, introduced a. bill in the IuA'.e Tu-.'Silay proposing to repeal the charter of tlu Southern Pa cific Co., and declaring an emergency because of the refusal of said company to pay the state a franchise tax. Thern is not enough of the session left to make probable, if possible, the pas sago of any bill introduced at this stage. l!i:counter With a l!nr;!ar. Mt. bn:i:i.iNO, Ky.. March Short- lv a'it.r mldi.ight Charles Thomas, son of the proprietor of a store at Kwing- ton. disc-v.-red a man crawling through the window, lie raised up in his bed. when th burglrr mad-- at him with an ax. Thcmn raised his pistol and lircil two shots at his would-be murderer. but both fehots missed. It frightened the robber away however, and he left his hat and ax in his hurried escape. To Watcli tho W.nil-t'p of the Legislature. Fkankfort, Kv., March 2. The fol lowing delegation of Covington and Newport officials arrived Tuesday night to watch the closing days of tho session: A. L. Rjuscher, Jo?. Uetz and Fred Miller, of Newport, and Gus Mcnninger and W. Ei Miller of Cov ington. Mayor Ithinock and Joe Pugh were also here Tuesday looking after some Covington matters. A--IM.iiteil lstui leputy. Richmond, Ky., March 2. Neal Ben nett, assistant cashier of the Farmers' national bank, and a nephew of State Senator John Bennett, has been ap pointed" by Collector Ycrkes as stamp deputy here, and will take charge when the revenue office is removed to Danville. The place is worth from 5C0 to SS00 a year. Diamonds iu Ash Barrel. Louisville, Ky., March 2. Mrs. Kate Thompson, of No. 837 Third street, fouqd her diamonds, valued at gl,500, in an ash barrel Tuesday morn ing. They had been thrown in'the fire by a careless servant. The jewels were damaged to the extent of about 5500. Church Contorted Into a Theater. Lexington, Ky., March 2. The old Main street Christian church, erected more than half a century ago, and in which the founder of the Christian de nomination, Alexander CamplcH, held a famous debate, has been converted into a theater. Aged Woman raralyzed. KicnMOND, Kj, March 2. Mrs. Ham ilton Norris, aged S5, one of the oldest women in Central Kentucky, was stricken with paralysis at College Hill and died. Saicided In Ills Garden. Oddville, Ky., March 3. Thomas Rose hanged himself to an apple tree in his garden, and was found dead. The cause is not known. Earthquake Shock at Padaeah. Paducah, Ky., March 2. A distinct but light earthquake shock felt here at 11:30; very perceptible in southern end of citv. - .