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Bjblldtz-ta said a cow taaGer-
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f,SSSuU112hSS to "'imam
Johij . 'rwwsuiu h-' ifirow, 10 liogs sit $27.5'J.
.Slrnr. fur I Joseph Simpson and brother James,
J. L. jlulch'.ns sulci si nice horse tojslW 0 dilTcr'ent parties 21 cattle, at
- .... ... -in -r 1 . . .
Richard Robinson Dougm. ui a.-..!
Gammins. a cow foi $-0.
W. P: Grimes sold 100 bead of his
cnlves for c22..".0 per h'.d.
NVt;r Warren sold to rs- w-
'E-. Jnlsr. Ajuttrstin lsniglst a nice
sndflle harsa from J. - Anderson, for
640.
The peach crop in this section isai:
entire failure: will have some apples,
and oilier fruit.
Mr. W. A. BiMx!r and daughter,
1 Malik, passed Jhr;u(j!i lierc Sat
urday, having 1 e mi to scatter their
f:inn Messrs. J. C. and VA Siler are
at home froai .lellieo, on busihejs
Mr. uave Colson ami wifo,cf Use Lick.
-visiting here last week Mir.
J. C. King and daughters havo been
y..;;iing Mr. Perry White's family....
Mr. Miller and wife, of Rowland, vis
ited Mr. S. Payne and wife. Sunday.
I f you sulk r from tenderness or f. 1 -n
.;s (.n th" right side, pains undei
shaulder-blade. constipation, bilious-sick-headache,
and feel dull,
i-'ivy and sleepy your liver is torpid
and -'digest ed. I )eWitt"s Little Early
Risers will cure you promptly, pleas
antly and permanently by removing
the congestion and causing the bile
dubts to open and How naturally, thky
a':h good r:i.Lv.
lm Stormes Drug Store.
Marksbury can lxast of one of the
oldest ladies. Mrs. Minerva Beddow:
although a nonaganerian, she walked
almost a mile to a neighbors one day
last week, spent the day and walked
home in the afternoon. She surely has
discovered tliL fountain of youth, that
the old Spanish Cavalier sought centu
ries ago.
Mr. A. J. Bice Jr., of Iledgeville,
visited Mr. John Simpson's family Sun
day Bev. Overstreet a Methodist
preacher from Jessamine, will deliver
a sermon at the Orchard f-'c'iool house
Sunday a f tsrnoon A pril lid at 3 o'clock.
....Mis. W. M. Kuykenlall has re
turned from a pleasant visit to her
parents Rev. and Mrs. E. II. Brook
shire at Bowling Greer. . . Miss Ilalli
Ilice has baen quite sick for the past
week with something resembling
rosaola Miss Katie Aid ridge accom
panied by Little Miss Cora Wcslcj', o:
Lancaster, spent Saturday and Sun
da; with her parents Mr. and Mrs. M.
G. AldKdgc Rev. W. M. Kuykci -
d ill left Wednesday to hold a protract
cl meeting at Rockbridge church ii
Washington Count' Mrs. A. J.
Rice has a turkey egg that weighs one
half of a pound, measures 8 inches h
circum'c ence and 5 inches in length
i'uiuay Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bur
dett started to pay a visit to their fa
ther, Mr. T. D. Chcsnut, in Boyle
When they arrived at the river it luu
risen to such a height that it was dan
gerous to cross, so Mrs. Burdett and
i! " daughters were compelled to re
turn. Sweeney.
S. Morgan bought a car load of hogs
at 31c
Call at S. Morgan's and see the beau
tiful line of Spring Goods.
S. Morgan has a lot of shingles at
R. A. Stone's of Lancaster, for sale
a n at Sweeney, for sale at (iOc pei
hundred.
A few friends gathered in at Swee
ney, Monday evening, and enjo3ed
excellent music of the Guitar, liar
and Piano, rendered by your corres
pjndent and Mis; G nice Morgan, in
which Mr. J. L. Kennedy, of Crab Or
chard, took a prominent part.
J. D. Bridge, editor and proprietoi
of the Democrat, Lancaster, lsT. II..
sa;s: I would not be without One
Minute Cough Cure for my boy when
troubled with a cough or cold. It is
toe best remedy for croup I ever used.''
lm Stormes Drug Store.
Mrs. Lou Gray and little son, Mastei
Dan, of Livingston, are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dishon.
Your correspondent spent Satur
day with relatievs at Crab Orchard... .
Mr. J. L. Kennedy, of Crab Orchard,
was quite a pleasant guest at Sweeney,
Monday afternoon Mrs. Robert
Land, of Rowland, is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. O. B. Perkins.
No! it is not claimed that
Foley's Honey and Tar will cure
Consumption or Asthma in ad
vanced stages, it holds out no such
false hopes, but does truthfully
claim to always give comfort and
relief in the very worst cases and in
the early stages to. effect a cure.
STLOIfclMCE DRUG STORE
of 'Garrard. 3
W. ). Burton bought 7 cuttle at S31
per head.
Joseph Simpson 'bought of Breck
jlrs. Weaver Dunn, of Milledgeville,
after spending two weeks with her
daughters, Misses Maggie and Susie
Sandidg, returned to her lyiUie. lust
.veek....John L..Bay, of lllehmond,
visited hlrt parents here, Sunday....
Messrs. Robert and Raymond Ilen
dren, and Dec Junes, of KlrksvillQ,
were in oiir midst Sunday A little
grand-son came into the home of Lin-
sey Hay, on the 20th Louis Ray
and sister, Miss Nell, went to Danville
Wednesday. Louis is under the treat i
jmnt of Dr. Cu'.vaj). , , .Lige Logan and J
wife, of Danville, were- gnosis of Mrs.
Thornton Autierson and family, Sun
day Missus Bertha and Maiv Bum-
side, and Pearl Hons, of your city, pass
ed through our village Sunday, and of
course they were accompanied by their
sweethearts.
If you have piles cuke them. 2To
use undergoing horrible operations
that simply remove the results of the
disease without disturbing the disease
itself. Place your confidence in De
Witfs Witch Hazel Salve. It has
never failed to cure otiieks; it will not
fall to cure yoij.
lm Stormes Drug Store,
A l-l'w for 50c.
Many people have been cured of Kid
ney Diseases by taking a Mc bottle of
Foley's Kidney Cure. C. C. & J. E.
Stormes. lm
mt Hebron.
Mr. W. B. Montgomery Is very sick
with pneumonia.
Mrs. E. D. Lawson, who has been
very ill for-sometime is convalescing.
The county road running through
W. D. Scott's farm was completed last
week.
Rev. J. I. Wills, who has been
preaching at Hebron nine years, was
called Saturday for another year. We
hope by the help of God, he will be as
faithful in the future as he has been
in the past.
Mr. Leets and Miss Annie Peel.both
of Jessamine count', were happily
united in the bonds of wedlock at
Nicholosville last Thursday, and came
to their uncle's, Mr. Dennie Scott's
Thursday evening, and also visited
other relatives here. The bride was
raised here, and also a school-mate of
yjur correspondent. She Is a nice,
s.veet girl, and they have the best
wishes of all.
Even the most vigorous and hearty
people have at times a feeling of weak
ness and lassitude. To dispel this
reeling take Herbine; it will impart
vigor and vitality.' Price. 50 cents,
lm C. C. & J. E. Stormes.
Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers vere
the pleasant guests of Miss Edna Scott
Saturday and Sunday. . , .Mrs. Gcorgic
jannous, of Mercer, is the guest of
her mother, Mrs. G. A. Bruce Mrs.
Alice Clark and little son, spent Sat
urday and S-mday with Mrs. W. D.
Scott Mrs. Peachie Grow is with
her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Scott, who
is very sick Messrr. Willie, Edward
ind Walter Grow, of Pleasant Hili, at
tended preaching hero Sunday..
some oi uie ooys wno were in our
midst Sunday, have turned out a nice
"crap" of moustache.
A Frightful Itlunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arni
ca Salve, the best in the world, will
kill the pain and promptly heal it
Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulce:s
Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup
tions. Best Pile Cure on earth. Only
2octs. a box. Cure guaranteed
by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist.
Sold
lm
Flatwood.
The measles are raging in this vi
cinity. E II. Walker is through planting
corn.
Tyree Pointer's baby died last week
of brain fever.
Charlie Graves is prizing his tobac
co this week.
Frank Gross has gone to the moun
tains on a trading expedition.
There was preaching at Good Hope
Saturday and Sunday, by Rev. F. P.
Bryant.
John C. Siler retured from Williamf
burg, Friday, where he has been buy-
fag etoc'k.
Pn(;umonivla.riP1pccoBgglis colds,
-croup and wlioopihg cough readily
yield to One Minute Cough Cure. Use
this remedy in time and save a doctor's
bill or the undertaker's.
ln Ft irmcs Drug Store.
Mrs. E. B. Scott is reported better.
Mr. E. II. Walker's son, Ed., is bet
ter at this writing.
Mr. W. P. Gross and family started
for Wright county. Mo., Friday, w)cre
they will make their future home,
Many people suffer unsold tortures
from piles, because of (he popular Im
pression that they can not be cured.
Tber! Buckeye Pile Ointment, will
Qure them. It has met wit a absolute
success. Price, 50 cts. in bottles, tubes.
7"e. c. C. & J. E. Stonnes.lm.
Wcali 1C & Ar Hado Straus.
did vision made clear, styes removed
and granulated lids or sore eyes of any
kind speedily and effectually cured by
the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye
salve. Its put up in tubes, and so tn
a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Sk e
lm
ti .
Bucna Vista.
J. B. Ruble shipped a car load fat
cattle to Cincinnati last Friday.
Rev. Humphrey's preached at Mt,
Olivet, last Sunday at II a. 5,
Farmers are s, busy as boea this
weok planting corn and sowing hemp.
Several of the farmers of this end of
Garrard, attended court in Lancaster
Monday. .
Cuts, wounds, burns, sprains an.d
bruises quickly heal if you apply Bal
lard's Snow Liniment. Price, 25 cts.
and 50 cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm
Apple trees are in full bloom, and if
the blossom is any sign, wo will be
Hiire to have a good crop of apples, but
there will be no peaches.
Buy the McCormack Binder and rest
assured that you will have no trouble
in saving the golden grain that is sure
to ripen in your fields. J. E. ScoTTagt,
Richard FTackley sold to C, 0, Glass
& Bro at Camp Nelson, his crop of
hemp delivered, at 84.50 per 100 lbs.
Volcanic Eruption.
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
lire or joy. miekion's Arnica Salve
cures them: also Old, Running and
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons,
Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Best Pile cure on earth, Drives out
Palps and Aoies. Only 25 cents a box,
Cure Guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Mc
Roberts, Druggist. lm
McCreary.
Planting corn begun in earnest here
Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside,
and Pearl Ross, of Lancaster, were
here Sunday. . . .Miss Ophelia Walker,
of your city visited Mrs. Wm. Beazley,
last week J. L. Ray, of Richmond,
came over to see one of our fair ones
Sunday The many friends of Baylor
Jennings will be sorry to learn of his
sickness, which is pneumonia J. D,
Hardin' R. L. Worner and J. E. Simp
son, made a business" trip to Lancas
ter, Sunday. Why didn't you wait
until Monday, boys? Mr. and Mrs,
Eliza Logan, of Danville, visited his
father, Timothy Logan, the latter
part of last week. . , .Mrs, W. B. Brad-
shaw is reported not so well this week
Miss Bettie Henry, of Lancaster,
accompanied Miss Saddler home Sat
urday, after spending a week in that
town Mr. Will Long and wife, of
Marksbury, visited here this week.
His Life was Sared.
Mr, J, E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., latoly had a wonder
ful deliverance from a frightful death
In telling of it he says: "I had taken
Typhoid Fever, that ran into pneumo
nia. My lungs became hardened.
was so weak I couldn't even sit up in
bed. Nothing helped me. I expected.
to soon die of Consumption, when
heard of Dr. King's New Discovery
One bottle gave groat relief. I coqtin
ued to use it, and now am well and
strong. I can't say too much in its
praise." This marvellous medicine is
the surest and quickest cure in the
world for all Throat and LungTrouble,
Regular size oO cents and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drug
Store; every bottle guaranteed, lm
Report ,Of
.H.Kinnaird
as Treasurer
of Garrard County
From A pril 1898 to April 1899
Receipts.
Date No. From whom received. Amt
Apl.7, '93 1 W. T, West, treasurer 122 6
" 2 Esq, Parson. Dellnq tax 8 02
j 12 ' J. H. Dunn " " 23 80
" 18 SherrlffW. U. Tel'gph Co.,37 79
" 23 Proceeds Note, 965 00
May 34, 95 24 Proceeds Note, 1930 00
June 10, 25 J. H.Dunn, 9 55
July 9, 20 J.H, Duun, 10 55
" 20. Proceed Note, 491 15
Aug. 23, 27 J. M Duncan, 63 80
17, .Proceed Note, 932 30
" 2S, 28 J.H.Dunn, 8 10
Oct. 5, Nat, Bank Co, tax 1177 50
" 21, 24 R. A, "Noel Dclq tax, 10 00
" 27, 27 Nat. Bank tax '97. 885 OS
, CIt. " " " 164 7fi
Town Lancaster Toll 18 f p
Nov. 5. Shernff Garrard Co., 25oo oo
" ' 3o. Cit, Nat Bank tax 98. 847 66
Dec. 7 J. H.Dunn lack tax 18 lo
" lfi, Bberrlff, 6000 00 1
Jzn.n 'w
H it
" "lo
" 18
" 18
" 19
Feby. 9,
" oy
Mch. 4,
' H,
' 1C,
55 J7
A. Sffoel Delq tax,
JM Duncan.
R. F. PoMong Dclq tax
Proceeds sale Bonds
Aceouii; Int. same,
Whltaker toll gate
Eno Patterson ctat
Jas Spllman Tr
roiuteron Lau$,
J. H. Dmin.taclc'ttix
It. W. Hudson toll house,
M. U.GUl '"
JWPoor.
I7i
JI7.78
.-26 So
$116? 75
' 43 39
44oo oo
02
93 oo
2.1 5S
f 5o
ISo oo
13o oo
173 oo
173
174
75
17
177
178
179
1M)
J31.
182
183
11
135
ISC
lb7
J. B.Suua-lers ShfC.,
2 So
Arr. 13 Cash rammed by J M Duncan 3oo oo
Total
y,lW c-.'
189
l'JO
151
192
Expenditures
Voucher
Number.
To Whom Pild. Amount
103
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2
3
1
5
G
7
8
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11
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Miss Minnie Dutton 5 00
Miss Eliza J Lusk 125 00
Louis Hum am Com't 4 00
J Joseph l 00
J R Hill... sooO
Wm Wnrd 5 CO
J J Walker 6 00
Jiq M Duucan com't 3 00
CentrnI ttecord 27 00
Cenfa.1 Heeord r. &
A J Haromack 12 00
Bller & Co & 00
Siler & Co , S75
J R mn 'oo
Ellli Matthews s. 1 50
Jas Wlil'taker 2G 75
J A Beazley 4 50
Speed Maree.. 4 00
Tom Whcrritt....,, GOO
Jno M Duncan Com't 400
Jn&M Duncan 100 00
Koebler Bro'a 5 oO
Jno Donohue 3 00
RTWhittnker 11 On
James Ray Col'd 1R 0
W T Noel 65 00
Wherrltt & Hudson , 20 CO
G B Swinebroad. , , 5 00
Miss Dutton 7 50
Jno Al Duncan Com't ........... 6 CO
R A Burnside., ........... S3 81
191
195
19G
197
198;
19t
26b
2U1
aoa
2S
20t
20f
20t;
207
20K
209
14
13
1G
210
17
18
19
20
212
213
214
21
22
23
34
215
211
318
319
220
23
20
27
23
29
321
929
326
3.1
32
ii
31
35
35
37
3S
G M Patterson ........ 3 05
ElectricLight Co.. 5 00
Bertha Burnside. 2 50
J Joseph ,...,.. 3 20
J Joavph...,, 107 00
Jno M Duncan Com't 4 00
Rice Bongo 3 00
39
40
41
R Stone 5 40
Same 1 00
Mike Salter 15 00
Welch Wiseman & Co M 00
J Joseph , 2 50
BTMoss 1 50
43
43
44
45
45
47
43
49
50
51
53
W
M
55
56
57
58
69
GO
61
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6i
G9
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
73
74
80
81
Sallie M, Wh.orrat Cernt 400
B,A Koel ,. 3 00
DGulley 16 00
J R Hill - 10) 00
Maggie Harris S 00
Ceutral Record 3 50
Jno McQuerry ..,,,,,,,,, 5 00
DrH M Gra.nt , 24 50
Jno M Duncan Com't 3 00
W Bengo 20 00
Jas Spllman Treas 274 00
Hiram Ray 13 50
C D Walker 1 Co
Harve Gill 2 00
LL Walker ., 10 00
D a Demn 1 00
Albert House 3 00
C C Klnuard 34 25
Tom Wherrltt Com't 6 00
Smith Hurt 11 50
Juo M Duncan Com't 3 00
B A Burnside 2 00
J C Thompson 1CS&
Mrs Sallie Thompson 4 70
Wm Herndon 15 00
Jno Donobue 3 00
David Ross 4 75
Leu Whito 8 50
Miles Che atham 2 25
W B Benge 24 50
M E Prewitt 10 00
Moilie Faulkner 1 00
S ti Ashley 1 50
J R Hill ...,,,...' 10 00
J M Dnnoan 4 00
loe Petty 4 50
C M Norris 2 00
G B Swlnebroad 5 00
n H Hamilton 3 25
Alex Miller 1 00
Rice Benge 3 00
81
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
93
93
91
95
9G
97
98
99
100
101
101
103
101
105
ltC,
107
10i
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
139
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
133
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
ISO
151
153
153
154
155
156
157
1&8
159
160
161
162
163
164
16
16G
lo7
168
169
170
Tom Wherrltt Com't
Siler & Co ,.....
David Ross
Jno F loyd
R T Whlttaker
Dr N Mays
R E Austin Director
Jno W Millar
W B Benge
Geo Smith
J M Duncan Com't
T Noel
675
...,.... 5 00
, io 00
125
, 85 25
4 00
55 00.
6 40
9 Ifl
5 00
, 3 00
1 50
J R Hill 200 00
R A Burnside 2 80
J M Duncan Com't 6 CO
RHBatson ,,,,,, 3 70
Central Record 10 00
R A Burnside , 225 00
J J Woods , 6 95
Jas Whlttaker 67 15
Juo Donohue 3 (
J M Duncan 3 oO
Tom Wherrltt 6 00
J M Higginbotham 169 00
Letcher Owsley.., ,.,...150 00
Eliza Luk ,,....125 00
D K Best , , 00
Jno Harris 4 00
Dr W N Bush 23 33
Wm Ward 5 00
Bony Cunningham 1 03
Jas Ramsey 12 00
G B Swlnebroad 5 Oi
Slier & Co 13 15
J C Lackey ... 18 00
W T Pherlgo 5 00
J R Hill 280 75
WTWest 95
J M Duncan Com't 4 00
J M Duncan Com't 3 00
Jno Donobue 3 00
T M Bookout M 1 60
Ijlnpqjq Guynu..... 5 85
R A Noel..., ,..'.'.. 16 00
J A Boazloy 7 30
Tom Wherrltt Com't 6 00
It A Burnside 4 00
Bony Cunningham..... 1 00,
Martha Beazley 6 0
Harrison Dunn 18 20
H C Herring X 00
J M Duncan Com't 6 00
Central Record 2 00
J M Duncan Com't 3 00
Wm Herndon v 10 00
J M Duncan 6 20
Jas Whlttaker 7 75
WTNoel.... 500
J M Duncan Com't 6 Oo
Sam Davit 13 00
R Klunalrd Insurancs .200 00
J Joseph 4 00
Tom Wherrltt 6 25
Walter Salter Batson 1 50
Tom Wherrltt 6 CO
Tnrp Whlttaker y.... 31" I
Sawney Bourne , 15 25
J S Owsley 125 00
Stewart Humber I CO
J 8 Petty 3 00
, Slier & Co '. 5 OO
Slier & Co 6 qq
W Hugh's ..,....,. S5q
J M Dunoan. ' 800
C B Owens 4 45
Central Record S 00
Jas Beazley 35 So
RKiuuaUd 75 00
Alex Miller lOo
Bettisi Clark 6 15
J M Duncan 3 00
Thos Lea veil .'. 8 64
jno Donobue 8 00
J X Duncan 600
WNoeJ ,.'...,., , 28 5o
3Car&.Be&z!4r. 300
Tpm.;whejrri$5.Cj4u't 600
W 11 whjtt tSj. 200 1
J E Rpbljpgf! 15 00
S rLeu..". 0 95
R Ki'nnairdAgt 13 12
I M Dann 4 00
R L Davidson 250
Nick Leavell 6 00
King Temple 2 5o
Thos LenvelL 0 2o
J M Duncaa Com't .-. 3 00
M E Prewitt 3 00
Jack Hammjick 4 25
J D Christor.her 2 00
WTNoel 87 OO
J A VtllOIl ';0 00
Bright Hicrln;? , 87
J M Duncaa Com't 3 co
R A Burnside 225 00
J M Duicua Com't 3 33
J M Duncan Com't 5 00
GWItlce 2100
Dr L G Rice 5j 00
Jno Donohue 3 00
Jno Harris 23 87
Eliza J Lusk its 00
R Kinnaird Agt Co 00
Smiley 5Valker 2 5o
Jxncher Owsley 150 00
Jno Harris 3 q8
Tom 5'herritt Com't c o
Central Record 4 50
Nick Leavell 6 00
J Joseph 4 on
Jas Ray 40 0o
C C GIhsv 147 0"i
Alex Miller j Oo
J T Whlttaker US 9o
M Ii Prewitt 31 n
Milton Snted n 00
James Hill 3 5D
J M Duucan Com't 3 O'o
Henry Moore & Co looj
BK Jennings j0
J M Duncau J49
Rice Beuge w 2
J A Amnion
Tom Wherrltt .. 2 00
King Temple
IL
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nuiiu .uurseu a lo-
Juo Donohue 3 00
J M Duncan js g
5V H Lackey
David Ross
R A Stone
J M Duncan Comt
7 00
3 5o
4 5o
S25
226
227
223
3 00
LLandram o0
229
Wm Duncan 21 12
Robt Whlttaker. 50 00
Jno M Duncan Com't 5 co
Nt. Rank Lancaster 5oo 00
Boy Cunningham 13 95
W A Parson 30 00
WT Noel 28 00
SVanwInkle 12 00
230
231
232
23A
234
2.55
236
237
J M Duncan Com't 3 33
TCurrey 5 25
23S
239
24o
tl
24a
Clt Nat Bank 1500
Central Record 3 00
Tom Wherrltt Com't 600.
M D Hughe 20 00
243
214
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
3.53
253
254
335
256
257
258
259
290
201
263
263
264
2G5
2G6
2G7
2GS
2ii9
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
27
279
280
381
283
283
284
285
286
2n7
288
289
290
291
292
293.
R H Batson.... 6 95
Jno Harris 3 00
J M Higginbotham 43 40
Hudson & 5Vherritt CO 00
J Joseph 4eo
Logan Ison SO 00
Smiley 5'alker 25 00
J M Duncan Court s 00
Jno Perry Sheriff
C K Pondexter
M E Prewit
J M Duncan Court
M D Hughes
Jas Whltaker ,
4 SO
8 7G
15 00
2 00
500
87 00
Henry Preston 2 25
Taylor Raney 14 25
J MOuncan Court 5 00
Jne Donehue 3 09
Sallie Irvin 5 00
Bright Herring 20 00
Tom Wherrltt 6 00
Marshal Eason :. 17 50
8 T LeavU 1 00
R H Whltaker
J M Duncan Com't.
50 00
3 00
500
225 CO
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. 23 00
. 300
R A Burnside
Lackey & Gulley.,
OW Shugars... ..
Lewis Burnam
J M Duncan
M E Prewit .,
J M Dunean..
Courier Joural Co. 35 00
J MDnncan 7 50
J Joseph 4 00
Logan Ison 69 00
Ed Koeler 49 03
R O Bolne 114 00
WTNoel 75
Jno Harris 1 00
Nat Bank Lancaster 400O 00
J M Dunoan Com't 3 00
J N Denny........ , c 00
Ed Price c CO
Jas Whltakor...,,, jo 40
WAParsous 2S C5
TU liully 162 2S
Garret Woods...... 52 00
GB Swlnebroad ........ 5 00
Jas Ray ioo 00
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W B Moss , a 00
Garret Woods . 93 70
John M Dunoan , 20 7;
RA Burnside 18 00
Jno Graham 26(0
Tom Wherrltt..,.,,....,,..,, GOO
T B Robinson , 6 CO
Ison ii Montgomery HI 75
T Currev..,,,,., 3 80
J 8 Ed.minston 100
David Roaa 6 20
F B Grow 6 CO
W D Simpson 1 00
J 8 Parks 14 00
Jas T Ray 75 00
J H Dunn 17 05
JM Duncan 1 10
W Noel 28 00
Jno Donahue 3 00
J M Duncan A 00
8D Gully '. 194 50
Robt Whltaker. 75, 00
Geo Patterson J.j
JM Duncan Com'J 3 S3
Ky Lithnginpl Cq ,,, 83 00
JM nnQau Com't 300
R A Stone 500
J M Duncan 30 00
W Ward..... 9 65
Letcher Owley 150 00
R A Stone 4 50
J M Dnncau 1 5 00
W E Combs . 17-5 00
Elixa Lusk 125 00
Henry Moofc..... 10 00.
J Joseph 7 30
''.....-.. 4 00
Louis Burnside 5 00
GM Patterson . 54 83
JT Raney ,,, i 75
J M Dnnoan Com't 3 00
WDunn isi 07
" " 35 49
Green Bryant s bo
Jno M Dnncan 64 80
" "Com't 5 00
R A NOttl Com't 4 50
D W Montgomery 89 25
KlngT-.mple 6 20
J M Holtzclaw 6 00
Taylor Ray 72 50
Bright Herring 78 00
JAAmmond 100 00
J A Doty Prsa't.... 8&50 QQ
R Hockley 500 60
8LGlbbsTrea.,,,t. 500 00
OW Qhugars .' 5 00
J W Miller Prec't 700 00
J B Carter 500 00
Wm Paron ... 62 50
W TPherigo 57 60
J M Duncan Com't 3 00
Cy Moberley : 700 CO
Harve Kenedy 1 00
W McJohurroa... 190 00
OW Shugars , SCO,
J M Duncan Com't 3 80
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Tie j?-C3t remedy Icr rurvu-i
Inarotcncv. NicUUr kmtsr.ioas, 1
cf Tobacco crOpiua, which lead
AFTER USIKS. II
orucr sre truaraatco to euro or
boxes for $5.00. I3I.:'iO'Z"fS 52Z-3!Ci CC, C.cvt-J.-wiu, Oi
McRoberts' Drug Store.
HAVANA X
1 cii J
&00N to m&m
, rsZ Iff irt. Yifrjjiinni, .
A New Discovery for the Certain Gtre of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES, WTmOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 Cents.
JAMES F. BALLARD, Scli Propfieicr, - - 310 Horth Main Street, ST. LOUIS. HO.
STOKMES IDIfcTJO STORE.
KOTTS
of menstruation.'; They are "LiIFE SAVEES" to girls at
womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm lifo
becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PER BOX BY MALL. Sold,
by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
McRoberts, Drug Store.
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Martha Schooler 2 00
J M Duncan Coin't 5 00
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W Ward 3 C2
LLandram 10 00
J M Dnncnn
Eph Hlatt
J M Dnncan
RA Xoel
J M Duncan
TM Johnson Jr..
GM PattiT-ion...
Welcome Clark..
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J M Duncan 3 00
" 3 00
Green Bryant 4 03
J H McQuerr y . 2 75
R H Whltaker 25 00
R A Burnside 4 CO
Difference In $:M3 . 2 SO
Tom Wherrltt C CO
J M Duncan 33 95
Jas Spllman Jr 140O0 00
Jaa Spllman 750 (0
R A Stone 1 0
Lewis Lnndram 3 50
J M Duncan 5 00
Tom Whirrltt Com't COO
Thos Woods 9 00
R A Koel C 00
J M Duucan Com't 3 00
R A Xoel Com't 5 (0
S Parks 14 oo
J B Bouane 31 oo
J M Duucan Com't 5 oo
RA Stone 2 So
J M Duncan - lo oo
Dollin'8 Children loo oo
R H Uatson 39 35
It A Stone. lo oo
Pat Doolev 7 oo
Noah Marsee 63 75
J A Ainmond 65 33
PT Clark 3 oo
Mollle Simpson - 2oo oo
Green Bryant....
E M Norman
W H Wherrltt...
Allen Ray
Tom Wherrltt....
8 Sander
Will Ray
WlJHe Kay
8 oo
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W A Burton 12 5o
Jno Nelson , 3 75
I M Myers 7o oo
J M Duncan Com'!...,.., 4 oo
DGulley 5o co"
R Wbitkker , 75 oo
J A Beazley.., 3 75
John Graham. 32 5o
M E Prewit 15 75
W n Lackey 4 oo
R E Austin . 5oo oo
Wm Duncan 35 oo
Ja Whltaker,,, 22 oo
Logan Ison. .,,.,, 17 87
w 81 oo
Pat Dooloy 13 5o
Pat Clark 18 oo
G 8 Gaines It 3o
D Ross 2 7o
Jno Taatum 1 To
Frank Lackey 14 io
J N Dcnney 15o o
James Ray - 5 fo
Tom Wherrltt 6 oo
R A Noel 4 oo
R Montgomery....- 35 oo
Geo Ray 3 5o
Anna Lane !5o 00
J A Ammon 45 oo
Wm Denny 1 oo
RAStone,...v..... 21 2o
Roty Whltaker 4oo oo
"' 43 60
G M Patterson 1 oo
Jas Whltaker In oo
Joe Cambell ....'. 6 5o
J M Dnncan 3 oo
ME Prewit 33 oo
Theo Currey 1 oo
R A Burnside 225 oo
J M Duncan 3 oo
" " 5 oo
" " 3 oO
RS Amond lo oo
T 8 McElroy 2o oo
Ed Koeler 17 8o
W G Anderson 1 50
J D Ray..' .... So oo
81a Anderson 6 oo
XUsaJLuak 125 oo
dh. Mom's
PTES.VE3CU3JE aXXjXtSI
prrs.rati a end . .eases of tto-enrra:
oi,
ry
2.
outh.ul Frrore, AI -tl worry. es-CF
to CcrsunptloB and Insanity. V
refund t " men1". oll t .Ji.w . 1
Florida Havana
Solid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to
Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and
connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa,
Miami or New Orleans, with fast Steamer Service
to Nassau, Key West, Havana, Santiago, and
San Juan. Low rate round trip tickets.
The Train Service is per
fect in detail. Fast sched
ules, 24 hours to Jackson
ville, 54 hours
Cincinnati to
Havana.
W,C.Rmr.a!0!
O.F.A
Cincinnati.
FPJBi
They overcome Weak
ness, irregularity and
omissions, increase vig
or and banish "pains.
41VS
4".9
470
471
172
473
171
175
47'!
477
478
479
48o
S1
481
182
Letcher Owsley
P C Clark :
Logan Ison
Sam King
I M Myers
S Parks-
II M Grant
D Gulley
Pat Dooley
W T Pherlgo
J F Pettns
J M Duncan
.15o oo
.... 2 oo
..1. 4 So
... lo oo
... 31 oo
.... 37 5o
... ?0 OO
... 13 OO
... lo OO
.... 4 no
.... 5 oo
....Too oo
...3oo oo
....'Ski oo
I0S02 iS
same for Ali-x Simpson.
Lornlda Noel.
Total
TIMETABLES.
K. C. Branch.
Sou th-b'na Mixed, passes Lancaster II zi't A.x
North-b'nd Mixed, i4 " 2fir. x
North-b'nd Pass'gr " " 2 J1.X.
Sonth-b'nd " 12ri9 A .M.
Queen & Crescent Route.
PASSE3 DANVILLE.
NORTH BOUND.
Nnmber 10 (Daily except Sunday). ...SWai in
Number 6 Daily, Stop 1:4.1 p.ra
Number 4 (Dally) Flag ..3:56 a. m
Nnmber 2 (don't stop) 3 :56 p. m
SOUTH BOUND.
Number 1 (don't stop) 11 iM a.m.
Numbers (Dally except Sunday). ...11 :15a.m.
Number 9 ( Daily except Sunday) 7 :5 p.m.
Number 3 (Midnight flay) 11:13 p. m..
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway.
Lv. Lexington, daily 11 25 a. m. and 8 r. it
Ar. Washington, " .... 6:15 " 3:40
" Philadelphia, " .... 1015 " " 7 "
New York. " 12:40 noon" 9:03 "
"Boston, 8.-C0P.X. " 7:15a. M-
Throngh sleepers to New York from Lexin
ton. John G. Cramer Ticket Agent, T.exlngton
Ky.
DEDICATION
OP THE
FAMOUS
KENTUCKY
MONUMENT
AT THE
National MStary Park,
AT
ICKAflAUfiA
MAY 3rd,
1899,
lU.lyVA3
iFrom CINCINNATI
and all points la
KENTUCKY
QUEEN
AND
CRESCENT
ROUTE
CKAS.W.2KLX JHr.Tumm'rAM-.
caaalaaaU.o.
O.L. JCTCXK.L. IMT.TMaV Act.
nuttmnocm. Tenn.
B, T. rwUPT, 7aaar aad Ttokot Ait.
T tt ngtoa. Itj.

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