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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 22, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898042201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 22, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mtful Wlttoib WE ARE MAKING 'cIJKa' A SPECIALTY OF I County Court Monday. VOLUME IX. Entered at the Post Offlce in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class flatter. NftHtsiZX LANCASTER, KY., EH ID AY, APRIL, We 22. 1898. at print jack bills. 7c. IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. The Hey woods Saturday, April 3a Wanted eggs per dozen. the Pres byterian church Sunday night. Dr. Worr ill will preach rYT 3 Northcott This season, and have one of the Come in Monday and settle with The best and most complete lines ever Record. shown in Lancaster. We keep evThe sale of the Owsley & Shanks erything in this line and can please lots takes place Monday. quality. you iu both price-anAll varieties of Landretli garden Come and see the watch that I give H. B. with each suitof clothes. J. C. Hemp hill. C. V The Latest. Cincinnati, Ouio, 1:30 p. m. 200 bushels fancy cultivated hemp Fpccial to Recokd. A bulletin says seed at G. S. Gaines'. d morning the Spanish Government this New stock of fronch lambrequin tis gave Minister Wood 'ord his passports sue papsr at Thompson's. before he could deliver the Presidents II. A. B Marksbuky. ultimatum. Large line of tine harness cheap, at W. J. Romans Carriage Co. Call and examine this line before seed, in bulk, at Gaines'. Bring in a dollar for the Recokd. purchasing elsewhere. Will tro to Wanted. Veal CalvosT Froduce taken in exchange for goods Wanted, hens at 5e per pound. H. B. Northcott. country and buy. at The Logan Dry Goods Co. B. Northcott. We also have an elegant line of I would like to do your plain sew Wanted, car load of Iron,Bones and Help the band by attending the Hey- ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. H. BNorthcott. Rags. wood concert. Tube rose bulbs for sale at J. Thompson's. Headquarters for Daering Binders, Mowers anj thresh'ng machines at G S.' Gaines. You can sec the best, cheapest and largest lino of vehicles ever seen in Lancaster at W. J. Romans Carriage Co. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your orders at Sweeney's store. tf Ihc greatest Disc Harrow on the Palms and flowering plants just from the green house, at Thompsons. market, at G. S. Gaines'. To which we invite an inspection. Froduce taken in exchange forgood Cheapest line of furniture ever ex hibited in Lancaster at J. A. Beazley at The Logan Dry Goods Co. LAP DUSTERS, WHIPS, PLY NETS J. R. Haselden. Lancaster, Ky. Stanford. & Co. Clover, oats, timothy, orchard Col. W.G.Welch. W. I. Williams, Suits SO 50 to S40; pants 3.53 to $10. bluegrass and Do you need any at these price? J. C. grass always on hand at Hemphill. 8 Attorneys at LANCASTER, All business attended to promptly. J. A. Bea zley & Co. have a large and 33 bushels of cultivated hemp seel handsome line of wall paper. Prices Lancaster. for sale, SI. per bushel. J. X. Dunn & to suit the people. Co, Bryantsville. Danville Steam Laundry. Don't fail to see the suit that I will Smith & Currey, Agents for Danville is all wool, and Steam Laundry. We ship every day. 5.50. sell you for It J. C. IlemphilL thev Fit. We send and deliver Law, Work called My fine red Durham Bull will make Satisfaction guaranteed. tf the season of 1 80S at my place one for and delivered. KY. mile from Lancaster, at 2.00. Money More Free Tikes. due when services are rendered. Jessamine county bough 15 miles of Geo. W. Evans. the Lexington and Danville Turnpike Look To Your Interest. for 0,500. The 35 guards, who buggies on the mar had been on duty 53 days at a cost of Best ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. Gen- 4,000 were dismissed. This now gives eral repairing and horseshoeing a free travel from. Lancaster to Nichol- asville. spacialty. Give us a trial. y sol-.iiehome-made Gaines. I have a few pattern's left from which I can make you a nobby suit for $12.50 and the largest line at 15 erer shown in the town. Don't fail to J. C HeinpliilL Dmtfjtget the sale of the Opera my line. House lots Monday. They go at aucFinal Notice. tion. All stock found running at large The base b.ill crank now grabs the after 0 o'clock Frid ty morning April daily paper more eagory than docs 22 will be put in the Stray Pen. "A the war crank. By order hint to the wise is of R Kinnaird, Mayor. Kggs rcr Hatching. From prize wining Black Minorcas Remembered Us. R. L. Elkin 15 eggs for SI, 00. We are under obligations to Con gressman Davison for a complete file For sale, a young jursy ciw, with to date of the Congressional Record, heifer calf about five weeks old. Price and also for a copy of the report of the $30. J. X. Dunn & Co., Bryantsville. Maine Board of Inquiry. & suffk-icnt.- Don't Fail to ask to see our Line of 111 ISool Iuitings AT 24 CEflTS PER YARD. Our Line of Sam T. Evans has the largest Court Day Sinner. line of buggies and phaetons ever The ladies of the Methodist Church brought to Lancaster. Save your or will serve a dinner Court Day in the ders for him. room formerly used as the post office Our people will entertain the dele Everything good to eat will be served 25 gates to the Convention in their usual and only the small sum of cents will hospitable way. There will be about be charged. Patronize a good cause and get a meal. 2t. oae hundred and fifty visitors here. first-cla- BEAZLE Y" &BACT&HIAN. UNDERTAKERS and dealer in Fuinilure, Caijds, Lancaster, Ky. &c. Long: Wear. Low Price. Among the topics to bi discussed at Ask W. A Arnold, li. S. Perrin, Joe State Commercial Convention will be a plan to expedite the settlinent of L. Arnold and many other customers land titles and develop the mineral and of mine and see if thoy say that suits other resources of Kentucky. they got of me were the best thjy ever hid. They wear so lonsr that thev rem iu ia I' hardly remember where they bought Wanamaker & Brown are giving th in. M. D. Hughes, agent. each customer from S3 to S3, in the 1'ubllc Sale of Town Lots. price of suits, as the customer saves On Monday, April 25th 1898, being that much and gets a perfect fit. M. D. IIugiies, Agent. C unty court at Lancaster, we will sell at public auction on the premises four Children like it, it savos their liv.'s (4) lots, situated on the South East We mean One minute Cough Cure, the corner o.' Public Square, in the town infalliolc remedy for coughs colds of Lancaster, Ky. Terms made to suit croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all the purchaser. Sale to begin at throat and lung troubles. Stormes, o'clock p. m. Drug Store. Owsley & Shanks, lm hi i NOW IS THE TIME TO BUT TOUR SPRING OUTFIT. 1 DO NOT WAIT UNTIL OUR STOCK IS BROKEN. Our Clothing Department Is chock full of all the latest novelties of the season. Think of it. Men's all suits for $5.00 guaranteed, absolutely all Wool. Our line of mens suits at $7.50 this lot you can pick from a grand assortment of the wool In Nicest Frabrics and Patterns. Cassimers, plain and fancy Cheviots, Clay Worsted &c strictly all wool and tailor made in high class manner. No man can fail to get suited in this lot. We can fit all shapes and stand ready, to refund your money if you can duplicate a single suit elsewhere for less than $10.00. Our $10.00 Suits. They are mostly from the Princes of clothing makers. Pick of all the novelties of the season. The swellest and most refined patterns, made up in the most elegant manner. Custom made suits ready to wear. It is just like finding a five dollar bill to buy one of these suits for $10 00. A complete line of Boys and Childrens Suits. A base ball outfit given free with each suit from $2.50 up. Our shoe department is complete, everything from the cheapest to the best. Do not overlook our line of men's sample shoes at $3,00, We are head quarters on Furnishing Goods. . ho- All the newest shades and latest patterns in neckwear. A beautiful line of gents siery. Everything in Suspenders. All the new styles in collars and cuffs. Low Kates. My fine Jersey Bull, Garrard Signal, Low rates Queen & Crescent route. out of a tested dam, will stand at my farm at 2. the season. Money due at One fare the round trip from all points to general conference A M. E. Church J. S. Robinson. time of service. Columbia, S. C; May 4.18. Southern List of Claims. Biblical Assembly, Knoxvllle, Tenn.; Southern S:udcn.s' Con The list of claims against the county, June pjblislud e'.sjwhere in The Record, is ference, Asheville, N. C; June in the South. Libthe longest for several years. Ihis Finest train is due largely to the number of guards eral limits on thesa low rate ticket'. Be sure your tickets read via the Queen on duty at toll gates. fc Crescent Route. Fine Trains. Raking Ein In. The passenger trains, No's., 4 and 5, which will be Dut on this road SunDeputy U. S. Marshal Short swooped day week, are among the finest on the down on Battle Row again this week L & N. system. They carry Pullman and arrested Grant Bright and Bill sleepers and caair cars. No finer Farris on the charge of selling liquor. tr-iare run in Kentucky. He took them to Mt Vernon, where they appear before a Commissioner Many Workmen. who will doubtless send them on to The L. & N. , has a big fores of hands Covington. Mr. Short has his eya on oa this branch of the road putting the several others. If he wiU take the en track in good condition. Several hand tire population of Battle Row away cars are on the Lancaster section and the people will rise up and call him it looks like b isiness to see the gane blessed. at work. Death of Mrs. Smith. I will be at my Lancaster gallery, in After a protracted illness of paralythe Thompson building, next Monday, sis, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith died at the county court day, anl will continue residence of hor daughter, Mrs. Moody there all the week. Come on an have Harden, in this city Wednesday after your picture taken. noon. Airs. Smith has b:ea a great A. J. Earp sufferer for some time and on several Photographer, Stanford occasions it was thought the end was at hand, but she rallied and improved Two Seventy-SiThe school census, just completed, Previous to the last attack she was in better shows there are two hundred and seve- bjen health and sprits than she had for a year or more. Funeral ser nty-six urchins in the district that vices, conducted by Rev. Faulconer ought to be in school. Probably of this number are wrestling and E.d. Gjwjn, will ba held at the with slates and charts, while the re- residtinc3 this Friday morning at 10:33 maining fourth roam the streets in o'ol.ck after which the remains will be interred in the Lancaster Cemeteuy. idleness. An extended notice of Mrs. Smith will To the Klondike, Alaska, North and appear in next issua of T.ie Recokd. Northwest, First-clas- s service via the 1400k Before Buying. Queen & Crescent Route, with thro' The store room of J. Joseph is now Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati, Louisville and St Louis. Vestibulcd traius chock full of the latest creations in from New Orleans, Birmingham. Meri- dress goods and ladies' fnrnishings. dian, Jacksonville, Atlanta and Chat- Mr. Joseph only recently returned tanooga. Ask your railroad agent for from the Eastern cities where he particulars, or write to O. L. Mitchell, scoured the maikets and picked up great bargains in goods for all the de D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn. partments of his Lancaster store. He makes a specialy of fine dress goods Mitch Kelley Hurt. While working on a bridge at Mid- - this season and defies competition both dlesboro Mitchel Kelley, of this "county as to quality and prices. His stock of lost his footing and f ill to the ground, hosiery corsets fine shoer, ribbons, and a distance of probably twenty feet. He ladies funishings of all kinds can not struck on a plank through whijh were be surpossed in Central Kentucky. Um protruding sharp spikes, the latter brellas, trnnks, valises in great vari penetrating his body in several places ety. Their aim is to please their cus It was thought he was dangerously tomers. Years, of experience in the injured, but later reports say he will business enables Mr. Joseph to buy his goods at such reasonably low figurers recover. that he can aff jrd to sell them at low Make it a Point er pr.ces. All they ask at Joseph's T o b e pre store is for you to look at the goods, pared t o set examine the quality and get the prices. tle with The Then if you are not' thoroughly satis Record when fied, you are not expected to purchase. you come t o They extend a cordial invitation to al town Monday. to call at their store and take a look I f your date at the fine display. reads "1 Apr. '93," you owe us x. three-fourt- $ Hit giugcist in gaam. See our line of CORSETS. We have a short waist corset which is a popular seller. PUR jSTQCK OP IABLB jINENS, JTaPKINS CiffELS IS AND pOflIPI.ETB. "We have a few Ladies and Misses Nice Oxfords in Zeigler's make Vnich vre are closing out at VERT LOW PRICES. The LOGAN DRY GOODS CO. Northern seed Irish potatoes at SI I have just received a new and com! per bushel at Gaines'. plcte line of Spring and Summer millinery and would le pleased to have The best two horse wagon on the my friends and customers call and exmarket at u. s. GainesV amine thin. Respt. Mrs. A. S. Haseldex, If you want a good fitting tailor- Bryantsville, Ivy. made suit come and see me Monday Apr 1, lm J. a Hemphill. Good Sales. The Faulconer sale, which closed Prices Loner than Kver. Tailor made suits at $12.50 to S30. yesterday, was a very successful one. Nesrly three hundred horses were sol I Satisfaction or no pay. You have paid and every one that qual12 for ready-mad- e suits that were not ities excitep lively showed gool good bidding. A as good as anamaker and Brown's many of the business horses sold went suits at S3, and their suits at S9.53 and to Philadelphia and Boston. The high$11.50 are equal to other S15 suits, be est priced animal sold was Greenlan-de- r and beautiful in design ing Boy, sorrel- horse, foaled 1SII2, by and finish. The suits at S13.50 and S15 Green lander. He went to Mr. Waters, usually sell for SIS and $20, and their of Louisville, for $4D0. May Queen, a $20 suit is the sam2 of quality, such suits usually selling for $2T. A com light bay mare, four years old, by Hamlet Denmark, went to J. M. Irvine, parison of goods will provj that yon of Boston, for $275. Two of the anciest will savo some dollars by giving me sales wenj horses owned by C. G Caryour order. M. D. Hughes, Agent. penter. Oae of them, Wood Squirrel, V all-wo- If the Opera House lots Monday and erect a number of store rooms, it will bring him big returns on Ids money. lucre is a clamor for morj rooms and rent 13 almost out of reach. Several parties would engage in business if they could only get the store rooms. If some one will buy this land and erect several store rooms, a company csuld be easily oreanized to build an Opera House in the second story. This would greatly reduce the cost of the store rooms and enable the owner to rent them at reasonable figures. The Recobd hopes that some of the nublic- spirited will study over this matter. If they will only think it over, we feel sure they will build. Lincoux Items John Coffey sold to William Herring a bnnch of fat heifers at 3c. W. P. Norton has loaght May Hempstead, paying $15,000 for her. F. Reis sold to an Ohio man a brown gelding and a brown mare for $3 JO. J. T. Hackley sold to bull calves at $51 Oae was bought by Cobb & Lill&rJ and the other by 3. H. Swope. & T. Terry bought of several parties hEre seme batcher stuff for his trade at Livings-to- o Dr. C Fowler bought of at 3 the Dr. G'vens heirs 51 acres of the Harvey Helm place at $15. W. IL Mur phy refused 253 for his fine young jack, Richard Bibb, which he ia standing this year. He bought bim a short while ago for less than $190. A Lia-cohn county man, who has j 1st returned from several mountain "counties where he west to buy cattle, says that the people ia those sections are crazy about cattle, som$ pricing as high z lOc per bottBd. Interior JonrasL a ehesnnt sorrex gelding, went to a A Good Opportunity. some energetic person will buy buyer for $330, and Rosa Dare, dam (6), by Chester Dare, went to Jos Bales for $195. Danville Advocate. PREACHERSVILLE. W. H. Anderson sold some corn thb week for $2 per barrel. Siler & Grayson have a mixed load of cattle and sheep for sale. Mr., J. F. Payne traded for a nice harness horse this week. Mrs. Jas. King, who has been in very psor health, is able to be out again. The poles are being scattered from Crab Orchard to Lancaster for the telephone line. Ihe recent frost killed the peaches. or most of them. The apple crops ai e not all killeL W. B. Darham will go to Artemus soon to build a church house for the Christian church. Mr. James Thompson sold 250 bash- els of wheat to some parties in the mountains at $1 per bushel. The Baptist chnrch will bj dedica ted the first day of May. The sermon will ba preached by Dr. Harvey, of Louisville there will be no dinner on the grounl, though parties coming from a distance will be care 1 for. Ye, Mr. Editor, can find a home with your correspondent if yon will cooce. MV7 John Dudderar and daughter, Mjss Sallie, spent Sunday with J. Hntchins and wife. Mr. Willi Pettua U at home this week on the sick list. Mrs. Jennie Pettus ia on the sick list this week. Mr. J. F Cummins, of Stanford, was visiting hose folks San--. ttay. SHIRTS. We all must have them. A look through our stock will convince you that you never saw such a display in Lancaster. Prices right. Stock larger. Styles better. More kinds. Better kinds than any house in Central Kentucky. Our shirts at 50c and $1.00 are '. model beauties. year, and i t will be a great lift to us if you will settle. The price for the paper is only oae Dollar pjr yeir. Event of tbe Season. Alba Hey wood, the Prince of Comedians, is coming.. That means fun by the ton, laughs galore, beautiful music, and a delightful tima all aroun 1. The press comments tell us that Heywjod is funnier than ever, that his work is all new, and his company strong and well balance 1. It is with keen anticipation of pleas ire we await the appearance of thi company, for with name there always goes a guar antee of something good. He will be sean her j on the evening of Saturday, April 33. Reserved seats mt Storme' Drag Store. Hey-wooN for another Tbe Royal is the biefcest grade bakiafl pewrier Actual tetasWw K jry ttktr iraifc third farther U bun. inm HATS for the world, all kinds, all styles and all prices. mi rawpgR rowwa co., mm vomc Mark Well the Fact that we are head to foot outfiters, handling exclusively the best oods money can buy. LOGAN & ROBINSON. ff J r CENTRAL RECORD ,'EVKRY WEEK Tub R&imond Register is getting out epttra issues since the war excite ment has been on. This is surely enterprise, our hustling- neighbor surely must have a bar'1 of doupfh in it'is safe with which to meet the great expense. Dawn in this neck o' the woods we have to take in washing1 in order to get out an issue once a week. bY LOUIS ItAXDRSiT, Fublisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. PHAETONS Hi k, Ms as! ROADWAGONS. ft STATE NEWS ITEMS. ARRESTED For Selling Stolen Tobacco to a Cincinnati FARMER 0 a n P AINT YOUB HOUSE WITH . i 2I Yin 5 One Yrin, in advance " Six Months. Jl.00 Tin: war department has practically decided that its first call to arms would FRIDAY, April 22, - - 189S. be 80,000 men, to be taken from the militia of the several States. There arc some complications in the matter FOlt CONGRESS. which it will take a little time to adWc are authorized to announce just and which will prevent the issuMcCREARY. Hon. James B. McCbkaby, of Madison ance of a call for a day or so. county, a candidate for Congress In the Mil Congressional District, subject to the r.ction of the Democratic party. Thrke " " 50 .25 GEORGE PCRTVOOD ia T Says He is Willing to Hans: Tor the Murder of Itichard l'urkiim. Warehouse. Lexington. Ky., April 10. George Louisvii.i.k, Ky., April 20. II. II. Gibson, a prominent farmer of Shelby A. Portwood, who shot and instantly s in this oily county, was arrested at ins home lues- - killed Richard Purl-inday by Louisville detectives. lie sold Thursday afternoon, pleaded guilty in OR THE BEST BRANDS OF White Lead and Gil. We are Glad to Sell Either. Doctor Talmagc declares that both Spain and Turkey ought to be wiped off the map. 'ihis may be true, but THOMPSON We announce J. B. Thompson a we very much fear that it will tax Un by the Demcandidate lor cle Samuel a great deal more than s ocratic party for Representative in than most people think to spank from this the Mil district. Spain. I & N.'s Ills Contract. Aitki: playing for reputation for a STONE. Louisvii.lk, Ky., April 20. The L. & week or mor, the members of both N. railroad has closed one of the larg y House anil Senate came together Mr. Willie Moberley is quite ill this PHAETONS, est contracts in years for moving night at 1:3 o'clock and passed week. troops. It will carry 013 men from the the .'ollowing resolution. We will reTenth cavalry, of St Paul, 1,000 from Rev. Neal, of Winchester, filled his BUGGIES, produce it ver batitn, that our readers appointment at Scott's Fork last SunNebraska, 425 from St Louis, 370 from Jeffersoavillc, besides the Ft Thomas may draw their own conclusions as to day. HURRIES and troops and a great number of animals, merits or demerits. It reads: "Whereas We are requested to announca that a large quantity of supplies and bag The abhorent conditions which have gage. existed for more than three years in Eld. Bailey, who has care of the new O O tiie Island of Cuba, sj near our own Antioch, will preach at Scott's Fork Another Road Free borders, have shocked the moral sense the 5th Sunday in May. ever snown in .Lancaster. Uur Henderson, Ky., April 20. For 18 Murder in of the people of the United States, have Mote Davis sold a bunch of hogs to prices are lower than can be found years the people of this county have been a disgrace to Cnristian civilizaAt 1 Lexington, Kv.. April 15. tion, culminating as they havi in the Geo Simpson last week, at $3.50 per anywhere. Our guarantee is bet paid tribute to the Gravel Koau Lo., o'clock Thursday afternoon Us A. Port- but Tuesday the papers were signed, wood shot andinstantl3' killed Richard destruction of a United States battle- hundred. the county agreeing to pay 500,000 in ship, with 200 of its officers and crew, ter. We can save you from Frank Folger sold some hemp seed eight annual payments for the pur Perkins, saloonist, on account of anl wlnie on a friendly visit in the harbor Portwood was formers-marshaof Havana, and can not longer be en- last wee!: at SL53 per bushel. chase of the road. Wednesday at 12 old grudge. Lawrer.ceburg, where he of dured, as has been set forth by the o'clock the gates were thrown open Gaba Preston sold some hemp seed to had several desperate shooting scrapes. Treside.it of the United States in his and travel is now free. on any vehicle you buy. message to Congress of April 11, 1S93, some parties of Nicholasville at lie was always considered a dangerous Episcopal Convocation. upon which the action o Congress was and some at $L00. Perkins makes the second man We also have a complete line of Henderson, Ky., April 20. The Pa- - man. killed. He approached Perkins invited; therefore, T. L. Saunders sold iheriff J. B Harness we are'offering exceeding ducah convocation of the Episcopal he has , Itesolved by the Senate and House Thursday-- and after a few words shot of Representatives of the United States Saunders 9 bushels of hemp seed at diocese of Kentucky convened here him in the forehead. After he fell ly low. of America in Congress assembled: $1 per bushel. Tuesday, with Rev. B. E. Reed, of Portwood fired four bullets into Per First That the people of the Island John Carter sold a cow and presiding. A large number of kins' body. Come and see us. No Perkins did not draw his calf last oi Cuba are, and of riht ought to be and lay delegates of Western wcar.on. ministers lhe shooting occurred on free and independent week at $J9. trouble to show goods. Kentucky are here. Bishop Dudley is Mill street, near tha L. & X. station. 'J hat it is the duty of the fcKCoxn Farmers have commenced planting also in attendance. Perkins was about 43, and leaves s United Mates to demand, and the uov ernment of the United States does corn and sowing hemp in this vicinity. W. J. ROMANS Carriaie Co., widow. Mex'can Veterans. hereby demand, that the Government In last week's issue of The Record Johnson Will He Returned. Lexington, Ky., April 20. Gen. E. of bpain at once relinquish its author Miss Irene Raney visited her sister Lexixgtox, Ky., April 15. Superin II. Hobson, president of the State LANCASTER, KY. ity and government in the Island of Mexican "Veterans' association, writes teudent Wiley, of the Eastern Ken Mrs. Alice Hunter Tuesday of last Cuba and withdraw its land and naval the secretary here that the annual tucky Insane asylum, who recently forces from Cuba and Cuban waters. week. ORCHARD GROVE. state reunion, to be held at Ilarrods-bur- gave Dr. S. S. Johnson permission to Third Unit the President of the Miss Irene Raney entertained quite United States be, and he hereby is di will not take place next month, visit his sister in Augusta, Ga., Mr. Joe Hcndrickson is somewhat of but on September 20 next. reeled and empowered to use the eu- a number of friends Sunday. where on Wednesday he tried to tire land and naval forces of the Uni an article headed "Steamboats to Sa shepherd; he has one hundred and commit suicide, had a telegraph from Five Years for Murder. ted States and to call into the actual OwEXSBono, Ky., April 20. James that place Thursday night saying that service of the United States the mill gar Creek," the writer stated that the fifteen lambs, and about one hundred the doctor will be returned to Lexingtia of the several States to such extent steamer, Fairs City, made an excur and fi.'ty sheep. He takes quite an in Alexander was Tuesday convicted of ton as soon as he is able to make the as may be necessary to crrry these res- - sion to this place last Sunday. There terest in sheep raising. the murder of Joe Driscoll and was The killing trip. Dr. Johnson was a prominent uiu uons iuio eneci. Miss Florence Morgan, an accom sentenced for five years. dentist in this city until about one ForitTii That the United States was no steamer here on that day, but bedance, was at there was one to come last Sunday but plished young lady thorn Lexington ing the a countryAlexanderjealously for year ago, when he lost his mind while hereby disclaim any disposition or in will ask cause. failed to get here. Last week's arti is teaching a select school at Orchard a new trial. tention to exercise sovereignty, jurisat an Ohio summer resort. diction or control over said Island, ex- cle also stated that it was the first Grove. We are informed that she is Narrow Escape From Death. Insanity Portwood" l'lea. cept for the pacification thereof, and time a steamer had reached so high up giving general satisfaction, we do Bowling: Green, Ky., April 20. Sev Lexington, K3-- April IS. The fu assart its determination, when that is accomplished, to leave the govern the river. This was a mistake, as we not wish to flatter her when we say eral parties came near being cremated neral of E iward Perkins, assassinated ment and control of the island to its had an excursion from Susrar Creek that she possesses the rare talent to Tuesday morning in the dwelling of in his saloon on Thursday bv Gjo. A people. last July on a steamer to High Bridge. explain and make things so easy of Mrs. Sarah Bibb. The fire had gained Portwood, of Lawrcnceburg, was held The trouble in the House passing the Last Sunday morning about 300 peo comprehension that the smallest child much headway, and the doors had to Saturday morning at his late home on Senate r2solutions cam 2 up over the ple gathered at the mouth of Sugar may understand readily. We have vis be broken open and the occupants South Broadway. Dean Lewis, of Christ church cathedral, officiating, lhe re fourth section declaring that the peo- Creek to go down on the steamer to ited her school and know whereof dragged out mains were escorted to the cemetervStruck It K'.ch. ple ofCuba "ark AND of right ought to High Bridge, which was to leave this we speak. She certainly has chosen Hareodsburg, Ky., April 20. Walter bv the uniform rank. Knights of ba free and independent," the admin place at 8:30 a. m. The crowd waited her place in this life, but we hea rfrom Scarce, who landed in the Klondike P3thias. It is said that when pre istration followors objecting to the re until about 11 o'clock for the steamer "Madame Rumor," that she will quit some weeks ago with just has sen ted for trial on Wednesday Port cognition. It was decided to leave the to arrive, but the boat did not come at the school business soon and go into struck it rich. He writes his mother wood's plea will be insanit3. matter to a conference committee from all, and such a crowd of disappointed "Moss Culture." Can't believe it. at this place that in three weeks preLife Sentence for Forgery. both houseF, and, after hours of and sick people you never saw. Some Mr. Isaac Montgomery and his vious to the date of his letter he had April 10. George Frankfort, g iig, the resolutions were brought in had come from eight to ten miles, only saved 31,500. Noel, colored, who was convicted Miss Nora Montgom by the committee and adopted by both to be disappointed. The magnificent ery, court last week of forgery, Aged Minister Dead. the circuit of Lower Garrard, visited his llOUS2S. Grays, Ky., April 20. Alter a serv got a life sentence unexpected- - Fri scenery from here to High Bridge was daughter, Mrs. Ed. Naylor, Saturday . ice of 50 years in the pulpit, Rev. G. B, da3. Before sentence had been passed Later. The president has signed enjoyed very much by all who took the and Sundaj-Mrs. Naylor is quite Baptist minister, died at his on Noel, Prison Clerk Flippin appeared his ultimatum to Spain. He gives the trip. sick. Mr. J. S. Stone and family Foley, a home near here, of general debility. with the penitentiary records, show Dons until tomoriow (Saturday) at v:sited his mother. Mrs. Margaret He leaves a wife and several children, ing that Noel had been convicted three noon in which to say whether or not I was reading an advertisement of Stone, Sunday. Mrs. Mat and Marga one of them, Rev. P. F. Fole3, of Madi- - times heretofore. He was accordingly she will withdraw her flag and forces Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di ret Asher, of Lexington, were the Bon county. sentenced for life. from Cuba. In case an adverse" reply arrhoea Remedy in the Worcester En guests of Joseph Hendrickson and wife Engineer Dies of Appendicitis. Treacher Keudy to Fight. comes or nothing at all is said, our terprise recently, which leads me to for a few days last days. We had the Ky., April 10. Louisville, Ky., April 20. James Middlesborough, army and navy will open fire on Ha write this. I can truthfully say Inev pleasure of spending the evening with Burnett, an L. & N. engineer, who es- Eev. R. W. Asher, of this count3 has " vana. caped unhurt in a head on collision at announced his intention of organizing I$y tonight the entire U. S. er used any remedy equal to it for col them Wednesday. Mrs. James Reyn army will have been mobilized in the ic and diarrhoea. I have never had to olds, from the old Tyre neighborhood Upton station a few weeks ago, in a company and proceeding to the front which the other engineer was killed, in case of a war with Spain, lion. C. use more than one or two doses to cure has come to make her home with south and Uncle Samuel will be ready her II. Price and Maj. E. S. Ilelburn Mon the worst case with myself or children. daughter, Mrs. Jno. Parks. We are died Monday night of appendicitis. for business. dav-- morning began to organize a com' War Commander. W. A. Stroud, Popomoke City, Md. are glad to welcome her among us. Stili. Later. The Queen Regent For sale by R. E. McRoberts Lancas Frankfort, K3., April 20. Capt pany. Thcj- - arc members of the state She is a lady of excellent Christian uard. George B. Duncan, U. S. A., son of has announced that she will stand pat ter, Ky. graces. Charged With Horse Stealing. Duncan, of Lexington, wants and that Spain "Must break relations to command the Kentucky troops in Paducaii, I3, April IS. Lem Cal HUBBLE. The farmers, the mechanic and the case of war. with the United States. This means houn and L?m llul, colored, were ar rested Sunday and lodged in jail on a" that Spain will make no concessions, Violated the Revenue Lw. Miss Katie White is better at this bicycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises. De Witt's Witch Ha Prestoxsborg, K3., April 20. Mary charce of horse stealing. A horse and writing. and that war is to follow. 1 he order zel Salve is the best thing to keep on Adams, of Branham's creek, was bound buggy belonging to Master Commis"Commence Firingl" is expected at There have been a great many gar hand, it heals quickly and is a well over in the United States commis- sioncr J. Will Fisher and President C. were dens planted in this section. any moment known cure for piles, Stormes' Drug sioner's court for violating the revenue M. Leake, of the schoolin board, recovering taken. They succeded There was a good attendance at the Store. lm law. the property. Asuets and Liabilities. Whether war with Spain ensues or McKindree church Saturday, Sunday One Country, One Flag. Louisville, Ky., April 20. The not, the Government will have to havj and Sunday night, meeting was held FLATWOOD. Louisviixe, K3'., April 10. The pa schedule of Lawton & Co., assigned additional revenues, is the opinion of by Rev. J. Matthews. china ware dealers, shows assets to be triotic disposition of the Sons of Con Mr. Mat Siler sold his farm to Webb 5,736 and liabilities 6,020. Mr. Dunbar was called from home Chairman Dingley and other Congres federate Veterans in this city indicates Faulkner, for S950, giving $530 in ad sional leaders. War preparations and for several days to the bedside of his how readily the followers of the lost Note of Instruction to Woodford. causj will rally round the nag. John contracts which have been made will sick mother, who passed away Friday. vance, and will eive possession this Washington, April 20. A note of in- A. Broaddus Chapter has offered its amount to considerably more than the Mrs. Eliza Harris delivered at the week. struction to Gen. Woodford, on the services to President McKinley, and $50,030,000 for defense recently made, crib to Mr. Arter, a lot of corn at $1.75 W. H. Furr's barn caught fire last lines of the resolutions adopted by is preparing to equip a uniformsd com and will lead to many millions of ad per barrel. Friday from the engine and by water congress Tuesday morning, has been pany. ditional expenditure in subsequent prepared by the state department, and Mr. Joel Walker has been annoyed being at band was extinguished. Abandoned Her Child. years. It is believed that lfor the Lexington, Ky., April IS. Lottie Mr. E. B. Scott and wife, Mr. Gee. after being considered at the cabinet by hog thieyes for some time, having end of the week Congress will be call lost meeting, will probably be sent to Min- Jones, colored, aged 20, was arrested three or four butcher hogs lately. Miller and wife, and Mr. R. S. Lawson el npon to appropriate many millions He tracked the last one from where it wife and daugher, Miss Mattie, spent ister Woodford in time to be presented Sunday charged with abandoning her to Sagasta before the Spanish cortes child. She admitted after being lock for actual hostilities. The available was killed Sunday at Mr. Mose Lawson's. Miss shall meet Wednesday. by the blood southward. n The exact babe Treasury balance of about $75,000,030 that she Jennie Scott and Miss Mattie Worrell, wording of the resolution will not be ed updoorstep left her Hill about iou The county court of Lincoln bought a in Forest would malt away rapidly unless quick spent Saturday night at J. H. Miller's. used, but it is understood that Spain on weeks ago. ly replenished. Mr. Dingley purposes of the turnpike company the portion will be told in diplomatic language Richmond Veterans Ready. to report a war tax bill to Congress as of road that passed through this counget out of Cuba. that she must Richmond, K3, April 15. War news soon as war is actually in progress ty on the old Danville and Lancaster Troubles. has stirred Richmond to a high state Gen. Coppinger at Mobile. Special taxes, which are contemplated, pike for $1,250 last Friday. Marion Murphy post of excitement Mr. Wm. Simpson died at his home Mobile, Ala., April 20. Gen. including the doubling of the present and staff reached here Tuesday G. A. R., passed resolutions touchin The bladder was created for one pur beer and tobacco tax, duties on tea and on Hawkins' branch Monday, after a the situation and will answer the war pose, namely, a receptacle for the morning on the private car of the vice summons at first calL coffee and a stamp tax in some form, short illness of appendicitis. president of the Missouri Pacific. The Messrs. Price and Van Winkle are urine, and as such it is not liable 'will be expected to yield revenue at camp ground has been selected four form Fire in Louisville. pushing forward their telephone line any ways, of disease except by one of miles from the city in the healthiest the rate of more than SI 00, 000, 000 two Louisville, Ky., April 19. Fire in imlhe hrst way is from Danville to this place with untir- perfect action of the kidneys. from sec portjion of the county. Rising ground, the millinery establishment of Mrs. A. year in addition to the present reve The ing energy, having lccited aU the ond way is from careless local treat well drained and watered, with all E. Porter destroyed her entire stock. nues. ment of other diseases. railroad, street car and telegraph fa- with a loss of between 812,000 and S14 This increase will fall farshort.how pales with the exception of half mile cilities, comprising COO acres of pine 000. The building was damaged only ever, of meeting the enormous increase space. SAMPLE SENT FREE. s land. Gen. Coppinger, who inspected insur 500. There was in the expenditures of the Government Miss Dora Urton, of Mark ibury, reUnhealthy urine from unhealthy the site, is perfectly satisfied with ance. and jbpr.ro wing must be re sorted to. To turned home Sunday, aftir spending Maj. Pond's choice. The first troops the Failed to Indict Him. this .end it is the purpose of the Com two weeks with her cousia. Miss S asie kidneys isIt is chief cause of tobladder will arrive here Tuesday night. comforting troubles. know Louisville, Ky., April 19. W. BL mitte'e on Ways and Means to author Anderson. Miss Katie Walker spent that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t fulfills Slay ton, who was arrested here about Consider Cnba Lost. ize tne; sale of bonds to the amount of from Friday till Monday with her par every wish in qujcklyuring bladder New York, April 20. The Herald's a month azo on information from probably 530,000,030, and, in addition Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker and and urinary troubles. It corrects inacorrespondent cables that the Bockford, 111., returned to the city or Madrid to these, the Secretary of the Treasury attended meeting. Wm. H. Hudson bility to hold urine and scalding ef- general feeling there is that Cuba is Sunday, the grand jury at that place stinging pain passing it, or bad ii to issue, as may be needed, certifi- and son, Henry, and Will Page, of Co- fects followingin UBe of liquor, wine or lost to Spain. Every one, although failing to find an inditment against cates of indebtedness to the amount of lumbia, Ky., are at 'Esq. G. P.Brights, beer, and overcomes that unpleasant believing that if war shall break out him. necessity of being compelled to get up Spain's hold on the island will soon $100,000,OCO. with 45 nice stock cattle. One Man Shot Another. many times during the night to urin- end, is determined that the victory of The committee purposes to make it Frankfort, Ky., April 15. Morga: dearly won. Bohannon, a mild and extraordinary efn the United States shall be citizen of M. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I ate. The essentially a popular loan. The cerfect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rois tificates of indebtedness probably will was t sufferer for ten years, trying all soon realized. It stands the highest Spain Holds the United States Responsible. Bagdad, Shelby county, was shot and instantly killed Thursday night 'by bear from 2 2 to 3 per cent interest kinds of piles remedies, but without for its wonderful cures of the most disMadrid, April 20. Spain has sent a Horace Kesler. Bohannon was highly and will be payable after one year success, De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve tressing cases. If you need a medi- note to her ambassador outlining her connected, being a brother of from date.of issue. The bonds proba- was recommendel to me. I used one cine you should kave the best. At Grievances and holding the United II. F. Bohannon. Kesler is a son ol bly will bear 3 per cent and will be re- box. It has effected a permanent cure.' druggists fifty cents and one dollar. States responsible for war. farmThomas Kesler, a You may have a sample bottle and deemable at the pleasnre of the Gov- As a permanent cure for piles De Witt's pamplet both sent free by mail, upon this county, and is 25 years old. Thirty five years make a generation. er of stamps to ernment after five years and will be Witch Haael Salve has no equaL receipt of three .two-ceLeft for the Gold"Flelas. cover cost of postage on the bottle. That is how long Ado'.ph Fisher, of lm due in 20 years. Plans are being dis- S tonnes' Drug Store. Louisviixe, Ky., April 14. Luke J. Mention Tac Ckktbal Record and Zanesville, O., suffered from piles. Be Manion, H. M. Shaw and E. C Maddox, cussed for selling the bonds and cerDr. CUBAN OIL earn send your address to The Kilmer & Co. was cured by using three boxes of De- - Louisville young business men, left tificates through all the post offices, so Binghamton, X. Y. proprietors of ffuarantA the mnnliiAM. of Witft Witch Haz.--l Silver. Storn.es' Tuesday night for the Copper river as to bring them within the reach of iMHIvl Cuts, Barn, Bruises, Rheu- thia matism and Sores. Price, 25 cants thii offer. (3( Drug Store. In gold fields. the people everywhere. Mon-d.ih, we nave on our lioor two car loads of the finest and most com plete line of four hogsheads of tobacco which were stolen from W. S, Matthews & Sons, of this city, to the Globe ware house, of Cincinnati. He was identified Tuesday by Ernest Schuber. shipping clerk of the Globe Co. In Cincinnati he gave his name as L. Gunther, and the check was made out in that name. Gibson deposited it in a Shelbyville bank, which led to his arrest. Charles who Ileftield, Gibson's brother-in-laworked for W. S. Mathhews & Son, is missing. E. iEWA C ITS the circuit court Friday and his trial was set for next Wednesday. After having it explained to him that he ought to plead not guilty ifTie thought he had any cause for killing Purkins, he amended his pica accordingly. Portwood says he has had a load on Orders taken for all his mind ever since Purkins had him arrested and sent to the workhouse, five years ago. and he could not get aii3' rest until he had killed Purkins. Now that Purkins is dead he says he E. W. Lillard. feels better and is perfectly content to allow the law to take its course. lie says he is willing to hang for the murder. There is a belief that Portwood is insane. His father, Sidnc3 Portwood, died in the insane asylum at St Mo., several years ago, and Port- wood was kept under restraint thcrj at one time. He killed John Laughlin at Lawrenceburir lavearsasro. Neither his divorced wife nor his two little girl have called on him since he has been in jail. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. Foreign or Domestic Mnizincs or Newspapers. Jno.B .S'tf.v.t. LillsLvd & 1 &ZOISIZ, IeadingQruggistsQ Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. mm . $5 to $25.00 SI-5- Danville, Ky. CALDWELL 1 LI PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. CALL TJRXJTVKS . OIsT TJS. andTALISES. TO SEE YOU ., WE WANT Whether You Buy Or Not. Everythinc new - wr-in- - grand-daughte- r. K. aii iesiraMe in S. BEAZLEY, Teeth filled and extracted with ont nain. Rrnivn ami Rriilcx A ork a specialty. Office over J. R. Haselden'a hardware store, next to Court House, Lancaster, Ky. SPRING AND SUMMER DENTIST. MILLINERY AT REASONABLE PRICES. COME AND SEE US. ORGANIZED 1883. Miss Sallie Tillett. P.ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, U Or LANCASTER. TZ. Capital, Surplus Fund W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & $100,000 15,000 BUSINESS SOLICITED. Gulley. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J. M. Higgimbothax Lxwia Y. Lsavkll President Cashier Assistant Cash'r. Bookkeeper DIRECTORS: J.M.HiasiKBOTHAx, J. S. Johnson, H. C. Arnold, Jk. First-Gla- s LIMY STABLE. B. P. Hudson W. O. RlONBY CD. Walker HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICE S. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Alm.Gibbs, B.. Hudson. J.J.Walmb Lewis Y.Lbavbll, TM.Abxold, TRAVELING MEN. E Jacob Y. Robiwsoh. Morgan Denmark- Morgan Denmark is a bay stallion, 1C hands high. He Is splendidly bred, as a glance at hi pedigree will show. He will make the present season of 180S at our stable, on the new pike, 5 miles from Danville, -- 1493 new-bor- CAPITAL ?aoo,ooo.oo i -- OF THE BANK ( SURPLUS. 1 165,000.00. At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. LANCASTER, KY. 9i$i$bP& A. B.Dxxnt. President. Jno. E. Storm ks. Vice President. Wm.H.Kikhaixd, Cashier. Bladder 8. C.DXlfHY, Assistant Cash'r. K. T. Embby J. F. ROBIHSOI. Ass't J, sponsible should any ocenr. Lien retained on colts for the season money. Mares traded before fact is ascertained make " season money due. Morgan Denmark was foaled in 1SSJ. He i by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson; 1st dam Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson ; 2nd dam. by Virginias; 3rd dam by Matchless; 4th dam, by Transby. Morgan Denmark is one of the best bred saddle stallions in Kentucky. Has good mane and tall, and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fall to sec him Will also stand ONK GOOD MULE" JACK at 3.00 to Insure. BAUGHMAX BRO'S. 2.5 Care takan to prevent accidents, but not re- Ct. Danville, Ky. DIRECTORS three-fourth- Sam'l. D. Cochran, Alez. B. Denny, W. B. Cook, Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. L. Davidson, Jno.B. Stormes, It Will Be Done Right If you Bring Your work to RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES. K. C. Branch. Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3:40 r. XV Mixed, '' " 8:00 a. m KnoxTlIIe Branch. Mall, passes Stanford, 1237 t. u Sorth-b'nExpress. " 3:13 a. x, " 3onth-b'n" Express, " 1J1 Mall. r.x fjueen ft Crescent Route. outh-b'nd North-b'nd .Vorth-bound d South-boun- d r.. well-know- Number 1 (don't stop) ) Number at Arnold shop on Danville street. Number 5 ((Daily except Sunday) 9 Daily Scientific Horseshoeing, Repairing of Number 3 ( Midnight llajc) Daily NED BURDETT & CO., Number 10 (Dally except Sunday). ...6:0 a. m Number 6 (Daily imi p.m Number 4 (Daily) Flag 331 a. m. Number 3 (don't stop) 3:30 a. m- SOUTH BOUND. PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. llsia.Ea 8U0 p. m.. 11 n :i5 a. m :55 p. m.. well-know- n Wagons, Buggies, and all kinds of vehicles Promptly and Substantially done. Assigaees Netice. -- Pfattfert nnr Notice Is hereby given that as assignee of V. L. Burdett assigned. I will sit to receive claims against the estate of said Burdett at the law office of Lewis L. Walker in Lancaster, J.HOOD, Ky . on 25th day of April 1898. All persons SURGEON-DENTIST, having claims against said estate will present them at that time properly proven. LAHCASTKB, XT This March 16th 1898 A. D. HUGHE?, OSceover J. C. Tnompsen's Jewelry iter march 18 4t. Atslgaeev on Danville street. J ' Burke, Henderson, hauling 2 days same, Com'r 3 CO 3 03 3 00 eame. sheriff election 2 to Clark. Sam. hauling 2 days 1 50 Clark, Frank, hnnling 1 day Moberley, A D, sheriff election 2 CO The farmers are almost rushing 1 00 McGrath. HA. judge cleetiou Clark, Francis, buttling 1 day 2 On thsthsolvcs to death this pretty weath 1 00 Chappel, Tom, hauling 1 day .: ui Matthews, Elli. account er to get'their com plant d. Carter, J IJ, acc't lumber 4:50 feet 5 SO Masou, Speed, hauling C. dys 3a same, acc'i lumber 2,5','S fuct :.7 Rev. Kyle, of Jessamine, delivered laiiic, h... liu; ' l.v-- i same, ncc't lumber 1,293 feet . 17 45 McQuerry. J.ucx. h.ti. . lsj two excellent sermons at this place same, ace'e lumcer 375 feet a 7.", Muntgotii-r- y, I, 1. :?.,r :fc Sunday. ' same, acc't lumber 2,:sB feet 2.: I McQuerry. !:, days same, aec't 1'tmber and nails Mrs. Peggie Naylor is quite ill. Kids, hardline GJar-- j 7 ?0 9u same, hauling trifdee. John. lim': A fine boy m ule its appearance at J. Common Sehoul Superintendent o00 00 Moielii-nd- . Wiitt, uas 'sm-i- I eonaty road.. 0 M. Vandcrpcol's, on the 17th inst. C. 0(1 Currant, Ike, Iian'in:r ." days 4 37 McRoberts. It E. acc't PROGRAMME. Conn, Tram, hiatliii :: day i 1: 4 30 Mu40ii.W II, a'Ct Mr. J. R. Bourne was in Lexington FRIDAY AFTEKNOON, APKIL.22. Cunningham, Brunt, hauling 2 days.. :: 7. Myer.--. I M. sitting in court 30 Oil on business the latter part of last Cottengeit. John, hnulittg VZ days Gl 3:39 Devotional Exercises. Leader C. H same, work on I.ixlngtoii pike 2 2." week. Ferren, President. I Coulter, C W, lianlln j :! days same, account 5 00 i 50 Comley, Isaiah, Mr. W. D. Scott and daughter visit FRIDAY EVENING. GO!) days 9 00 Morehead, Wlnt, hanllngl days f Comley.Jltn. hauling 1J days 7:15 Devotional Service. Topic "Soul Win- ed in Jessamine last week. Mr W. II. 15 nyior. Jack, hau.'Ing 1 day 2 2Ti Cronehcr, Kd, lianling ljidays ning." Leader T. It. Best. 65 OO 2 2Ti Koel, K A, committee work Fray returned from Illinois last Fri I) It, kittling 1 days 7::M) Collett, Organization. same, sitting in court 6 00 72 0U MARKSBURY. day, where he has been at the bedside Collier, at, juror 7:40 Address "Endeavor work; Will it pro50 same, services with constable 4 00 C:isey, Bud, damages assessed duce a Deeper Spiritual Life." Dr. W. O of his mother, Mrs. Jennie Taylor, same, account 50 00 9 00 The sick of this community are im Conn. J B, pauper cofltii who is dangerously ill. Goodloc. 101 00 same, committee work l feo SATURDAY MORNING. Church. Jim. hauling 2 days same, damages assessed 33 00 3 00 FRIDAY, April, 22, - 1898. proving. Mr. G. W. Thompson b"ught a pirt Clark, Jim, judge election same, accouut 9:30 Devotional Service. "Source or All 2 00 35 00 f Miss Ella Montgomery's land at 20 Mr. Chas. Burdettc sold a nice mare LConn. J B, clerk election Power." Without me ye can do nothing." per acre. aylor, Ed. hauling 3 days 2 00 4 50 years old to Miss Alice Rout for 100. Carter, N judge election 5u Leader W. II. Sallee. 2 00 Naylor, J.I juror Collier, D It, sheriff eloetfon Anna, the bright little daugh- - 10:00 Two Minute Reports, and Business. Sue Neai, Dr W S, account 2 0i 5 00 A little boy asked for bottle of "get County Attorney's salary C00 00 arsons. It F, hauling 2 days 3 7-Mr. Win. Lear, has bjen quite sick J0:40 Conference on Ways of Working. of The sympathetic tenderness of a lov 11:15 Address "Denominational Loyalty, and p in the morning as fast as you can." ing husband is everything to an expec- Doty, Alex, hauling C days 9 00 same, sitting in court 21 00 with pneumonia. Fellowship." the druggist recognized a household tant mother, especially during her first Denny, Jim, hauling IJ days 6 7. and same, accouut 71 00 Farmers take notice. Don't giv Denny, Qulun, hauling 1 day 1 50 SI. Worrall, D. D. olnde.xter, Chns, bridge lumber John 2 fcO Miss Carrie Wood has returned to name for ,'DeWitt's Little E.irly ordeal. George Layton, Esq., a promi- Dollius, Win, hauling 2 days SATURDAY AFTERNOON. any order for wire fence or fencing 3 00 same, chain carrier 2 50 nent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the Paiut Lick. RUers." and gave him a bottle of those following case : Dyehonsc, Geo, hauling 6 days ayue. John, hauling 2 days 9 00 3 00 machines until you see L. B. Hughes, 2:15 Song Serviee. famous little pill for constipation sick Davis, John, hauling yt days C 75 2:25 Address "Tenth Legion." G. Cloyde Palmer, Bob. hauling 1 day 150 A customer of min?, whose wife has used W. O. Iligney spent a day or two in who handles the best on the market. of 1 50 75 ettus, J F, hauling 1 day headache, liver and stomach troubles. four bottlessays, "Mother's Friend" before con- Davis, Riley, hauling 2J days 3 Johnson. Casey this week. Call on or address L. B. Hughes, Marks-burfinement, after seeing the effects of the Duncan, J Jf, (lavs 75 00 Parks, W F. hanliug 1 2:35 Music. 2 2.". lm remedy, that if she had to go through the ordeal County Ky., or leave 2:40 Address "Quiet Hour." Miss Sara Bow- Stormes' Drug Store. Garrard same, fees 25 juriuard, Dr Joe medical accouut 2 'i again, and there were but four bottles on the A II. Rice has gone to Richmond, market, and the cost was $100 per bottle, she Dunn, J II, committee work same, medical acc't 12 CO 30 00 orders with J. R. Haselden Lancaster, man. Ind. on business. would have them. WITHIN ONE FOOT OF DEATH. same, account 4 50 00 Price, Bros, hauling 3 days 2:50 Singing. is Kentucky. " Mother's Friend" is a scientifically sam-- , sitting in court 72 00 Parks, John, haullug 1 day Miss Lillian Kinnaird has been vis3:00 Address "Bible Study." Alec Sharp. 150 compounded liniment which affords cerMrs J. R. Haselden and mother, of 3:20 Junior Work. Miss Carrie Kiker. The Narrow Escape of Dr. Jim Riffe anil same, account 2 25 63 00 Prlchett, John, hauling 1 2 days iting1 in Danville this week. tain relief in the various ailments Lancaster, spent Tuesday with Mrs. 3:35 President's Address. ltrother. Dunn, J X. surveying 1 50 same, locust sills 12 00 childbirth, and assures proper same, vecount Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Uaughman, of A. D. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. 1 50 3 00 Potter. Henry, hauling 1 day SATURDAY EVENINO. to the cords and muscles insame, account 2 15 Pollard, T T, hauling 1 day 15 Stanford, April 19 Dr. Tom Bo- - elasticity the final ordeal. Danville, were visitors here this week. Chesnut, of Danv.lle, spent Sunday 7:15 Praise Service. Leader Rev. II. volved in Donahue, John, hauling C days 9 00 9 00 Parker, Wm, haullug G days han, of Hustonville, was here yester ith their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C 7:35 "Mother's Friend" is sold by drug It jii.ihne, Mifco hauling 4 days Mrs. Butler Fox and children have C day C 0t omter, J M, hauling 9 00 Address "Municipal Pride." Rev. A. day and said that the recent contests gists, or expressed on receipt of one Dunn. E slut, hauling 2 days same, careing for electlou hcoks.... 2 0t .... 300 from a visit, to Winchester, Boner. MissKatie West, who is teachJ. Arrick. returned n the daily papers for the shortest dollar. Denny, Jim, 2 and a a select school at Bettis, visited 8:30 Reception. days Poiuter, W. J. hauling t days 9(ll Ky. Valuable book, "Before Baby is Duncan, B I. hauling 2half t ry of a narrow ec ip.i from death Born," days 3 00 'arks, Fudo, account as constable her sister, Mrs. Fred Kemper Sunday. 10:00 Adjournment. is ! mailed free on application. S P, haullug G days E'.der. John S. Sweeney, of Paris, is Rev. XV. M. Kuykendall returned Fri Diokerson, Jim, hauling 5 days entry from this ,'ointer. should have had an 7 50 9 00 SUNDAY MORNING. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Qa. Denton. It It, caring for election booths. 2 Oil 'oey, J S, judge of election 2 0f visiting the family of Mr. J. G. Swee- day from Waddy, where he has been C:15 Sunrise Prayer Meeting. "Deepening county and then he told inj this one of same, hauling 5 days 7 50 Pherigo, Jherllf election 2 00 the Spiritual Life." Leader Miss Amy hair-breadney. nature: holding a protracted meeting, lie reDenny, J N. juror 1 00 atten. Oscar, hauling 6 days 9 00 Goodloe. The 1'lken. "The escape of Dr. .Tames P. Riff.:, same, clerk election Miss Lizzie Simpson, of Lower Gai-rar- d, ports the church revived. Mr. Robert 9:30 Sunday School. days 3 75 2 00 Ray, Geo, hauling 2 As the Fiscal Court clcctcl a super Durham, G M, damages now of Covington, and his brother Mc- CO 00 Ross, D G, hauling 1 day 1 50 spent Sunday with Mr. 11:00 Regular Church Services. assessed has been the guest of Miss Katie Humphreys over the pikes and has Dunn, Buck, damages assessed W) same, bridge lumber Kee Riffe, was tha most wonderful intendent SUNDAY AFTERNOON. 5 oo and Mrs J. C. Boner and returned Simpson. c 00 Reid, Harve. hauling 3 days 4 50 Monday to Shelbyville, accompanied 2:15 Prayer and Praise Service. Leader-M- iss ever heard of, and not one word about agreed to the plan as to how it would Dunn, I M, hauling 4 days uunu, l .M.sr careing for election booths 2 00 Rout, M F, hauling 6 days 9 00 Fannie Hopper. Mrs. William 0. Bradley has retuned it was printed. They had bjen to a be bjst to repair and keep up the Duun, I M. clerk election by his wife, who has been spending 2:30 Address. Rev. II. Faulconer. same, lumber for culverts 3 00 2 00 to her home in Frankfort, a.tera weeks party of some kind near Camp Dick pikes, and, as I agreed to the plan of Dickerman, S S, sheriff election.. veral weeks with her parents. 1 50 hauling 1 day 2 00 Royce, 2:45 Address "The Pledge." J. Harry Allen. visit to relatives in our city. the court, I would beg leave to say it Denton It R, judge clectlod 3 75 2 00 Rice, A J, hanliug 2 3:00 Open Parliament. "How has God bless- Robinson, in Garrard, and were re My ideas were Denny, J X, clerk election 1 Milledge-vill- e, was not my plan. ay, J D, hauling days 2 25 2 00 turning to Hustonville, via ed me." Adjutant General D. It. Collier was Thousands of sufferers from grippe Chris-tensc4 50 8 OC Ray, Elijah, hauling 3 days at which latter place they have scarcely entertained, but thought it Elliott, Dr Mc. account here several days this week to see his have been restored to health by one 3:30 Address "Stumbling Blocks." C. same, accouut 27 00 Ray, Herrod, hauling 1 day 150 would not be any harm to let the peoto cross the Cincinnati Southern R. R. family. The general saj's the State Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures ay, Wm, hauling 1 day 1 ,vj East, Dan, pauper coffin 3 co SUNDAY EVENING. and as it was about 3:15 a. m. they had ple know what my ideas wore. This fclinore, J V, hauling j days Guard is in first rate shape for war. coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia 7:15 Fraise Service. 1 day 1 50 7 50 Ray, B, hauling grippe, asthma, and all throat and 7:30 Cousecrcation Service. Leader Miss both gone fast asleep in their buggy was my plan: That the pikes be divi Eason, Ed hauling 2 days days 3 00 Rice, A J, hauling 1 Ilugh M. Smith, W. G. Smith, G. R. lung diseases. Stormes, Drug Store. 1 50 6 00 Ray, J D, hauling 1 day uring their lonx ride. The fast can ded into foar equal parts by miles, Estes, J A, hauiiug 4 days Nannie C. Caldwell. Hardin, Mrs. Jno. Rose and son Hugh, superintending his Estes, A D, hauling 2 days 75 00 Robinson, T 11, 3 00 8:15 Convention Srmou. Rev. A. J. Arrick. non ball train, whirling along down each magistrate week to see their Evans, V S, hauling G days were called here this 9 00 Ray, Wm, Estate house for holding court 15 00 MlZl'AH. the court letting the conBUCKEYE. rade at the rate of CO miles an hour, own dist-ict- ; Elam, Geo W, hauling G days 9 CO 9 00 Ramsey, Jim, hauling G days mother Mrs. Elizabeth Smith. was approaching the Milledgeville tract for the mtal separate from the ha9t, Dan, chainman 1 50 Special Kates. 2 00 Ramsey. B. hauling 1 day Some of our people, and several from ditching; the metal to be let from one Farris, Ceorge, account came out crossing. The crisis came. The gen Mr. J. M. Harbison, who 3 00 Reynolds, Jim, hauling 2 teams 4 d each 12 00 Special rates to Norfolk, V, for the tle horse driven by the gentleman to not more than five miles to the low Folger.FM. hauling 4 and a half days.. G Madison, who went to the mouth of 3 00 Ray, Lindsay, hauling 2 days from Washington a few weeks since, c to Itont, John, hauling 5 days 750 has recovered sufficiently to return to Sagar Creek Sunday, expecting to take Southern Baptist convenion. On ac- would scare at nothing and the faith est and best bid ler; the magistrates r oiger, 31 w, nauling 4 days 3 00 3 00 Robinson, Mike, hauling 2 days steamboat ride, were disappointed. count of the meeting of the Southern ful animal, unguided, approached the to attend to and hire mea immediately Fain, . II, hauling 2 days his post of duty. Mr. Harbison had Fox, J C, 5 00 6 00 Robinsou, J E. account, in which the Faulkner, hauling 4 days The steamer was heard, b jt not seen. Baptist Convention at Norfolk, Va, on track, headless of the sudden death in the neighborhood been quite ill for some months. Isaiah, hauling 3 days 50 4 50 Robinson, J S, juror The many frienJs of Mrs. Jno Lack May the Cth to I2th inc. the Chesa awaiting it a momeut later, and as he ditching is to hi done; the magistrates Francis, J L, hanliug 2 days 3 CO 00 Robinson, Geo B, pauper coflin 3 Capt. XV. C. MeFarland, of the army, 1 00 ey are sorry to learn that she is not so peake and Ohio Ky will sell round trip took the first step over the tie there to hire delinquents, if possible, letting Francis, J G, guard 2 days.-- . 4 00 Rothwt.lI, Sam, juror has been ordered to Xew Orleans with welL tickets to Norfolk from all stations at was a dull thud as it were, and the them pay their taxes in that way, sav- - Ford, Mrs Dau, house for election 5 40 18 CO Ray, Herrod, pauper coffin his regiment, the ICth 1 1 fan try. Mrs 12 00 4 50 Ray, Miss Pattie, house holding court.. one fare rate, goo 1 going aiay 2nd to poor horse was absolutly ground to ng that much to the county. That is Flowers, J. W, hauling 3 days Mrs. Josiah McCully is in the infirm 471 20 Ross, Dave, jailers account MeFarland is in New York where their 1 50 urintns, u w. Hauling 1 day inc., and good to for the di'c'iing. 23 OO tub Dukerson 0th The return limitreturn in fifteen pieces beneath the ponderous wheels could do this at a costThe magistrates Urady, John, hauling 3 days (Koehler). 4 50 Ray, Dr William, medical .ccouut only son, Landram. is attending a med ary at Kichmonu. ays. is subject to an of the llying engine and train. The for each magis Gay, Jim, hauling 2 days made a business trip to Harrodsburg 300 Ray Wm.Admr. house holding court... 2 CO ical college. xtension of fifteen days additional by buggy was cut half in two, the front trate to the county of S123 each. Gastlneau, Harvey, hauling 2 days 2 CO 3 00 Ruble, J B, judge of election and Bucna Vista, last week, and, of Now, I contended that after the su Grant, II M, account 2 00 10 00 Robinson, J S, judge of election Hon. Robert Harding, of Danville, course, stopped over at a certain little depositing ticket with C. & O. Agent in part of it so shattered that not a piece G 00 3 00 Shearer, John, haullug 2 days was here Saturday looking after some village on the home stretch. Miss Sal- - Norfolk Remember thrt the C. & O. as big as a man'j hand could be found perintendent has reported to the court Grow, Barlow, hauling 4 days 6 75 days 3 00 Simpson, Dock, hauling 4 law matters. His friends are doing ie U. Ray has returned from a visit to is several hours quickets rout from Prostrate on the ground within a foot that we have elected an honorable uauener. jonn, nauling 2 days 1 50 Gullcy.TC, juror 50 impson, Mose, hauling 1 day 11 Central Kentucky points, two Hin of th j track' lay Dr. and McK-:much talk of running him for congress a friend in Nicholasville. Miss Hattie Riffe, man, so far as I know, but for all that. George, Will juror 1 00 Impson, Robt, work on culvert I day.. 150 y un1 50 but Mr. Harding has not given the Jones has a nice line of milHuerv. ted trains daily each not knowing whether they were dead do we have to simply take his word, Greeuleaf. G S. inquest (Jarvis) 6 00 Simpson, James, work on culvert 1 day. 1 50 same, (Richie) 6 00 same, hauling 1 day matter much thought. He surely has Misses Nora, Myrtle, and Pattie Ray surpass. Jn order that arrangements or alive, the heel of the shoe of one of or when we hear complaints coming in same, (Kuox) 4 50 8 CO Simpson, Willie, hauling 3 days manv warm friends in Garrard who and Alex Miller, visited relatives and can be made for sleeper service send them knocked off, but otherwise not from the people if we do not go out same, (Sebastian) 2 i. days 8 CO Swope, Dave, hauling 1 will go their length for him for any friends in Kirksville last week. H. B. in your maile to the undersigned, stat even a sign to prove that they had just and go over his work the people will Gaines, G. S, account 1 50 3 5 Smith, John, plowingon road 1 day you will go. come out of the very jaws of what say we are careless or criminally neg Gulley, T. C, sheriff election thing he wants. 7 9" 2 CO Singleton, J N, 795 feet of lumber Northcott, of your city, was in our ing what tr..in and datb any information wanted. would have been an ignominious death lectful. Harding. John, hauling 2 days days 2 25 3 00 Shearer, Ide, hanliug 1 village Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Brown Write for Now, I would like to know why ail Hurt, Josh, hauling 2 days 7 75 No trouble to answer questions. 3 00 Singleton, G W,775 feet of lumber 'round into a thousand pieces." v'site 1 her sister, Mrs. XV. N. Finnell, 1 50 A 4 50 Stewart, Frank, hauling 1 day G. XV. Barney, D. P. A., hy not the mag- Harber, S W, hauling 3 days this extra expens-;and was of Kirksville, last week. Mr. E. Hig-gin- s, In 18SS my wife went East Suetaw. 1 oO 4 50 Sutton, F K, hauling 1 day Lexington, Ky. istrates in the Grst place, and why iiiatt, W, hauling 3 days attacked with rhcumat'sm. She receiv the queensware drummer spent 1 50 Hearne, T O, hauling 4 days 6 CO Scott, Gus, hauling one day A torpid liver robs you of ambition they or the court are responsible, and Hunt. F M, hauling 2 days ed no relief until she tried Chamber Moaday at this place. 1 50 3 00 Sampson, Arch, hauling 1 day The Heywoods Coming'. and ruins your health. De Witt's Lit are we not liable to indictment? Iain's Pain Balm. Since that time we Herring, Jim, hauling G days 1S95 2 it 9 00 Smith, Henry, hauling 1 2 days same, hauling C days 1896 2 25 9 Oo Skinner, Albert, hauling 1 2 days have never been without it. We find It is so seldom that the people of this tie Early Risers cleanse the liver, cure I, for one, do not care to be indicted Rheumatism Cured. G 00 Herring, T I, hauling 4 days 3 00 same, hauling 2 days oppertunity of seeing constipation and all stomach and liver, for what some one else does. it gives instant relief in cases of burns My wife has used Chamberlain's Pain vicinity have tha Hurt, Josh, hauling 3 days 6j 50 Stowe, W H, hauling 4 4 days Ike M. Mveks. company that they troubles. Stormrs' Drug Store, lm and scalds and is never failing for all Balm for rheumat'sm with great relief, a strictly first-clas- s Hardin, Mike, hauling 6 days 9 00 Stlgall. Hiatt, hauling 1 day 150 rheumitic and neura pains. D. C and I can reccommend it as a splendil will hail tha coming of Alba Hey wood Hendren, O J, hauling G days 9 CO 9 00 Swoie, B P, hauling 6 days XVe print shipping tags. Santa Yncz, CaL For sale by liniment for rheumatism and other with delight. The past three years Hearley, Jeff, hauling 2 days Louisville Races. 9 CO Brant, 3 00 Swope, W H. hauling G days Hau ley, Hedge, hauling 3 and half days 5 25 Smith, Henry, hauling 2 days 3 00 1L E. McRoberts, Lancaster Ky. Slotting housihold use for which we have found have wrought a great change in the Greatest Spring BeginningEver Held in Holman, Jim. hauling 2 days 3 CO School district No. 15 house to hold May 4. Kentucky, it valuable. W. J. Cuyler, Red Ckeek, amusement worll. There was a time Hamilton, Isham, hauling 4 days 6 00 2 00 election Mccreary. when almost any company could tour Only One N. Y. Hardin, W J, haulng 4 days 6 CO Sebastion, J J, damages on change road 100 00 Fare From Here for the Round the country with success, for the people Henry, Bright, haullug 5 days Trip-Th- ls 7 50 Sanders, Elljah.damages oa change road 100 00 Include admission to Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading mer loose change and would Eld. A. F. Cowden ,of Tacoma Wash chants 4 50 Sebastlan.W H.damages on change road 25 00 Allowed by the Garrard County- - Holcomb, S W. hauling 3 days Grand Stand. of this village and one of the had plenty of 1 50 Higgiubotham, J M, hauling 1 day ington, preached at Antioch Thursday most prominent men in go to anything and everything that Sebastian Thomps, d'ges on ch'ge road 10 00 Court to be paid out of the this vicinity. 125 IK) Hudson, J D, hauling 2 days 3 00 Sutton.Morgan. d'geson ch'ge road. Misses Beginning on Derby Day, May 4, one evening on Home Missions. came along. As times grew close the XV. G. Pmrris, Elitor Red Creek Henderson, G M, hauling 2 days 11 00 3 00 Singleton, Jess, 1,100 feet lumber l,evy of i8g8. Bessie and Minnie Arnold, accom- Herald. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, people began to discrimenate and se- of the greatest race meetings ever held HIggius, Jerry, hauling 3 days 21 25 4 50 Sweeney, J G, account panied by Mr. Paris Mahan, visited only such attractions as appear in Kentucky will be given at the fa' Anderson, B G, hauling 2 days lect 43 CO $ 300 Hardin, L S. hauling 2 days 3 00 Sanders, J M, sitting in court Lancaster Ky. .Mrs. J. B. Saunders Sunday. Miss to them to be worthy of patronage, mous Louisville race course. Eleven Anderson, Lee, hauling 1 day 1W 1 50 Henderson, L C, haullug 1 day 1 50 Stigall, A II , hauling 1 day CO 4 "5 00 Hammack, S E, hauling 2 days 3 3 Lizzie Tomlinson of Buena Vista, was with the result that many of the in stake?, including the Kentucky Darby, Adkinson, Steve, hauling 2 days Sanders, Stewart, accft constable BUENA VISTA. 96 25 same, house holding election 4 50 5 00 Sanders, J B, account Aldrldge, Geo. haullug 3 days ferior attractions were compelled worth $0,000, will be run during the the guest of Mrs. Jennie Broaddus the C 75 Huggins, Sanders, hauling 1 day 2 0J 1 50 School district No. 73 through lack of patronage to abandon fifteen days. All the crack horses in Anderson, W P, hauling 4 days latter part of last week. MUs Bertha 3 00 Hardwick, Abe, guard 9 days IK 15 IS 00 Stormes, Jno E, account Mathew Johnson left last Saturday the field, leaving the field clear to the the country are engaged in these Anderson, J E, hauling 2 days Burnside, of your city is the pleasant CO 11 00 Haselden, J R, account 53 37 Sanders. J M, judge election Amon, J A, account truest of Mrs. A. F. Moberlv. Mrs. for Illinois, where he will make his better ones, and the public with akeen stakes, including Ornament, Plaudit, Anderson, Jim, (white) hauling 5 days. 7 50 Hogan, W J, 3 pauper coffins 26 GO Stone, J S. clerk election 2 00 4 50 Sanders, J. W, sheriff election 2 0J 9 00 Hendren, O J, hauling 3 days Lou Brown and son, J. C, of Shelby home in the future. James Smith re appetite for something good. It has Bannockburn, Simon W., Buck Massie, same, hauling 0 day, IS9S 9 00 Sanders, Jno A, judge election 2 00 2 00 Hudson. Yates, hauling G days ville, are visiting relatives here. Misses turned home Sunday from Woodford been a blessing to such attractions as Bangle, Whitefrost, Alleviate, Flora Anderson, Milt, cbainmau 1 50 Cube, acc't (constable) 90 Teater, Mortou, hauling 1 day 17 1 00 Huffman. Nora and Flora Ray and Kelt Burton county where he has been on a bust the Alba Hey.vooi Company as they Louise, Algol, Byron McClelland, Lieb- - Arnold, Kd. juror 29 00 Higginbotham, J M, account 2175 Turner, Jack, hauling 2 days 3 00 A T, 'account constable were the guests of the Misses Hardin ness trip. Mrs. J. B. Robinson was are now touring the West to the lar er Karl, Macy, Salvable, Flying D atch Audereon, J A, ac't medical 3 CO Teater, Wm, hauling 1 day 28 00 Hammonds, T J, hauling 2 days 150 Amen, Dr Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burton called to the bedside of her sister gest business they have ever enjoyed man, Presbyterian, Taluca, Gallivant, Arnold, Geo, hauling l'-- days 15 00 Tuggle.WP, hauling 3 days 4 50 2 25 Herndon, Wm, attorney fee parents, Mr. and Mercer county, who is very ilL Miss They will be seen here on the evening Fleischmann, Carnero, Meadovvthorpe Adams. J W, clerk election Gabe, serving warrants 2 50 Teater. Rosa, hauling 2 visited the lattsr's 2 00 Huffman, days 6 00 5 40 Thompson. F M, hauling 4 days 2 00 Hogan, W J, pauper coffin Mrs. C M. Mitchel, and attended Mary Perkins, who has been visiting of Saturday, April 30. Resesved seats Dr. Black, Boanerges, Ramiro, Perfor Adams, Jack, judge election 7 50 3 00 Turner, Willis, hauling 5 days 2 CO Jackson, Isaiah hauling 2 days Arnold. C A, clerk election Scott-For- k Stnday. Mr. relatives for several weeks, will return at Stormes drug store. preaching at mance, Rosinante, Ben Holladay, and 5 25 Trustees Walker school house for elec2 00 Jones. Wyatt, hauling 4 and a half days. Arnold, Ike, many others. Nearly 1,000 horses are Arnold, II C, judge Clarence Broaddus, who spent the win' to her home in Middlesboro in a few 28 00 guard 14 days 2 00 2 00 Johnston, Jim, judge tion .Bob Taylor. now quartered at Churchill Downs, in Bryant, Fierce, hauling 2 days ter here and returned a few weeks, ago days. Richard Hackley and wife vis 10 00 8 CO 3 00 Johnston, Wm Mc, surveying same, school district No. 15 1 50 Bob Taylor of Tennessee sent the suring largi fields and excitirg con Ballard, Eliza, bridge lumber 3 00 Johnson, J 8, Com'r to his home in Belle Plain, Kansas, ited relatives in Harrodsburg last Sat Tudor, J M, 450 feet lumber 1 50 3 00 9 00 Jones, Mack, hauling 2 days same, hauling 1 day writes to say "There is no place like urday. Mo ris Soper and pretty sis fjllowing telegram to President Mc tests. There will be five or more races Battou, John, hauling 6 days .. 10 00 Terrill, Glvens. guard 10 days 20 CO 6 00 Jennings, B F, surveying ter, Nora, of Perryville visited Alpha Kinley: "Tennessee awaiting your each day, with liberal added money. Ballew, Frank, hauling 4 days Ky." 4 50 23 31 4 00 Koehler, Bro, 2,281 feet lumber days Tom, hauling 3 days Ball, Tomlinson. Henry, Cou'r3 Scott and wife last Saturday and Sun- call for volunteers. Ihe him and the 66G feet lumber All the railroads have put on cheap 8 32 West, Clayton, hauling 2 days.. same, 3 CO 3 75 hauling day. E. J. Ihisler left a few days ago gray will march together into battle excursion rates, the round trip from Broaddus, Tom,hauling 4 2)4 days G 00 400 feet lumber 5 00 Walker. A K, hauling 6 bay- s9 CO same, days Beazley. John, for Kansas to remain about 33 days under Old Glory, keeping step to .the Lancaster being only one fare. G 00 3 00 & nails, 14 94 Woods, Garrett, hauling 2 days 1,322 feet lumber same, Ihis Ballew, Frank, hauling 4 days 1W 3 00 Wheeler, Wylie, Lauling 1 day looking after the interest of his farms music of 'Yankee Doodle' and 'Dixie,1 also includes admission to the grand Beazley, Brannon, hauling 2 days 3 00 Kennedy, Tom, hauling 2 days 6 00 White, F M, hauling 3 days 4 50 Burnside, K A, salary as County Judge.. 900 00 Kindrick. Andy, hauling 4 days in that state. Mr. George Spillman, of and the fur will fly and the earth will stand, each railroad ticket having 4 50 Wren, Walgram, days hauling 2 4175 King, JroW, hauling 3 days., same, account Danville, visited his brother, James tremble. coupon attached which can be ex 15 00 3 75 70 00 Kinnaird, J B, account same, account (Koehler.) Spillman last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 16 62 Walker, E M, account as constable 9 50 game. (Vaccin) 2C9 95 change! for a badge at the gate This Benge, Rice, account jailor For the Band Boys. Philip Johnson, of Franklin county, 5 00 Whitehead, Elbert, hauling 2 days 3 CO 98 80 Kincaid, Jim, damages assessed . same, account boys want to get a set of is the cheapest rate ever offered from Broaddus, Robt, acc't (constable) The band 1 50 18 14 Wblttaker, Arch, hauling 1 day are visiting their daughter, Mrs. U. F. 2 00 Koehler Bros, 1,314 feet lumber this point, and a big delegation will 10 00 Ward, Milt, hauling half day arrange 75 00 same, 800 feet lumber 9 Baker, Jas A, committee work Ison this week. Will Spillman atten new uniforms and have mad i 25 56' Wallace, William, hauling 6 days 9 to 15 00 same, 2,049 feet lumber com leave here on Derby Day to take ad sitting in court same, ments with the Hey wood concert ded court in Nicholasville Monday. 23 96 Williams, Henry, hauling 3 days 4 50 same, 1,946 feet lumber same, trial commonwealth cases.... 23 CO pany to give an entertainment Satur vantage of 1 50 9 00 Kincaid, Plummer, hauling 1 day Whitehead, Elbert, hauling 11-- daya. . . 2 25 The Derby will be run on the open Baughman, Wm, hauling G days 1897 6 It is a great leap from the old fash day evening, the 30th. Ihe band will G days '9G 9 Oo 6 days 9 00 Leavell. J H, hauling 4 days and a half same, hauling Williams, John, hauling May 4, and will 4 50 1 co 3 75 Leavell, J B, hauling 3 days ioned doses of blue-mas- s same, work on cul?ert and nauseous tret a portion of the proceeds, which ing day, Wednesday Burdett, H A, hauling 2 days ba followed by the Debutante Stakes Brown, Lafe, hauling 3 days 3 75 Walker, W 8, hauling 3 days same, hauling 2 and a half days 4 5o 4 50 physics to the pleasent little pills will be used to pay on the uniforms. 00 Wallace, OT. surveying 3 15 00 1 50 same, hauling 2 days Louisville Handicap, Bluegrass Stakes, Bourne, Sam, hauling 1 day known as De Witt's Little Early Risers, 150 00 3 00 Walker Jno., damages assessed 3 00 same, hauling 2 days Clark Stakes, Mademoiselle Stakes, Burdett, Johu, hauling 2 days Call at my store and we will ex They cuss constipation, sick headache 3 00 Warner, Joe, juror 1 00 4 50 same, hauling 2 days Fehr Stakes, Wenonah Stakes, Premi Bryant, F P. hauling 3 days and biliousness. Stormes' D.-u1 00 Store. ALL WOK EM same, hauling 1 day t 50 Ward, Milt, Juror 150 plain how to er Stakes, Kentucky Oaks, and Juven Boaln, Robt, hauling I 4day 00 Whlttaker, Arch, juror 3 1 00 6 00 Lawson, Frank, hauling 2 days Bourne, Jack, hauling days Piioui 1 l:nov thai tlio ile Stakes, in the order named. These Bourne, Jim, hauling 6 days 9 00 Lear, B M, haullug 6 day a double team 12 00 West, Alex, juror "UM'i.liue" lieiiiudy, loo SWEENEY. Get One of these Boasters Free 40 Wherrltt, Claude&uard 9 daya 18 00 same, nails, 10 lbs. at 4c 9 00 are the biggest turf events run in the Bourne, Ollie, hauling 6 days 3 00 Wool wine, Chris, haluing 5 d.. ..... . 8 25 9 CO Leavell. James B, bridge lumber West. On Saturday, May 14, the Gen Burnside, J.S, hauling G days O. B. Perkins bought of John Cress 3 15 450 Ward & Miller, pauper coffin 3 00 Lane, D S, hauling 3 days '95 Bourne, A M, hauling 2 days 1897 tlemen's Cup race will be run. I now have on hand 7 50 Wallace fc Hiatt, lumber 2 00 3 00 Lane, Will, hauling 4 days '94 hauling 3 days '93 3) shoats at 3 same, cts per lb, and also 6 00 Wylie, B W, hauling 4 days '4 50 Lawson, Thomas, haullug 4 days 6 00 Ballard, E H, hauling 3 days a bunch of shoats of Levi Elam at 6 00 Wylie, H B C, hauling 4 days 6 00 Burnlide, Green, mason work on road.. 1 50 Lawson, Bill, hauling 4 days the Best Garflen Seeis in Bulk. 3 cts. pc-- lb. days 2 25 Woods. Jno H, banllng 6 daya 50 Logan, Rice, hauling 11-9 00 Brown, A B, jun, juror Mrs. W. P. DUhon has returned from 3 00 Walker,TB,alingl day 1 5o Bogie, Mark, damages assessed Co. road 40 CO Lawson, Denny, hauling 2 days LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. a pleasant visit to relatives S 0 Whlttaker, J V, hauling 1 days : . . . . 2 25 Bogle, Nath, damages assessed Co. road, 100 00 Lane, B L, hauling 2 days at Living' speedy and permanent cure of Boyle, R, juror 1 For the 1 00 Lawson, William, hauling days.... 236 Kfells, W P, judge of election 2 00 ston. Miss Mollie of Mt. Ver NICEST tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham Boner, J C, witness fees 4 50 Walker, Woods, clerk of election 3 00 Lane, William, hauling 3 days 3 00 non, has c m; to spend some few berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is Barker, Thos, witness fees..?. 1 50 Woods, Jno, account 3 00 Lane, D S, hauling 1 day 2 5? CANDIES without an equal. It relieves the itch- Broaddus, Wm, damages assessed weeks' with relatives and friends of 1 50 Yeager, C F, hauling 3 60 00 Lane, G H, hauling 1 day days 3 75 ing and smarting almost instantly and Burnside, Beau, juror...,.; 50 Yeager, Fred, hauling 1 1 00 Lackey, DM, juror days 3 25 THE CITY. this place. Mr, and Mrs. Jas. Thompits continued nee effects a permanent Broaddus, Green, 21 days 3 00 Yantis, Ten, juror 42 00 Layton, Alex, Com'r son and Miss Wadie Thompson visited loo cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, 1 00 13 S5 Lackey. D M, juror same, acc't as constable A. & B. Boquet and Proctor Knott relat.ves at Stanford last week. To pay itkiah the Sheriff of Garrard scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, Bradley & Gilbert, account 1 50 - 'corrects all 69 55 Long, Perry, Com'r ! Tntnn host market. Cigars. Best in the S. Mor 'an has 82 head of cattle for HlrrefrularlUes In Female Organs. Should be chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and Benge, Rice, accouut 8 00 county is ordered to collect frosa each 98 80 Layton, Alex, hauling 2 days I" 1 90 Leavell, J B, hauling 6 days taken for Ckaate t Life and before. CMH Wrt. granulated, lids. 9 00 male citizen over the age of 31, not Becker, C C, account.., We handle only the Best Goods sale. nave atooatne i Piasters "OM Tim 2 00 otherwise exempt, the sum o.' oaa dol45 00 Lackey, D M, judge election Baker, Jas, sitting In court and strive to please. Dr. CtdjH Ce4iliea Pewiers for GO McQuerry, J H, hauling 2 days 3 00 23 same, commonwealth cases lar and fifty cents. Hade only by New Bpaaeer Ifedtetae Co., Ch&t- horses are the best tonic, blood purifier 4 50 CUBAN RELIEF cun 9 00 Miller, Jake, hauling 3 days same, committee work M44l4AtM Co,ie' Keunlgiaand Toothache J50. M. Duhcax, Clarke-Garrar- d and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by Boner, J C, judge election 25 08 2 00 Morrow, Ed, attending clock five minutes. Soar Stomach Coaiaty Ceort. 2 00 Moberley, O J, house for holding court. S Qj Bourne, J B, sheriff election R. E. M Roberts, Druggis'g Lamftste and Burner Coapbnata. Price, 25 Otata For sale by B. E. Mc2ib.s.ti, Lancaster NOW T MRS. MOODY HAKBEW. Millinery. My stock is complete and up to date, come get your hats, we can put them up in style and price to compete with any town or city. V. P. S. C. K. Convention. The fourth annual convention of the Eighth District Union Y. P. S. C. E. will meet at this place in the Presbyterian church, Friday afternoon, April ii2nd, to continue over Sunday. Services fcunday morning by Dr. Good- Oa Sunday eve loe, of Harrodsburg. ning Rev. A. J. Arrick, of Mt. Sterling, will preach the Convention sermon. All are cordially invited to attend. MT. HEBRON CENTRAL RECORD. LIST OF CLAIMS it Skin Diseases. IN '" umh H. M. BALLOU. rlflMfrrS NOTipEI Kids Ju-ly- will hi received by County II. A. liurnside for repairing and metaling the following roads un- The Death on the Cross Should be Jan. 1, lS'JvJ, The Lexington til Accepted by All Mankind. road from Lancaster to tHe Kentucky r.ver. From the double toll gate on suiil road to l)ix river; Ituena Vista The Saviour's Mood Was Shed for thn y ami Cane Run; Ituena Vista and Worl.l, suit! His Life Was Sacrificed That river; Lrincastcr and Uuckcye; Wc Slight Live Ir. Talmage'n Hyattsviile and Kirksville; Jlryants Kaatcr Sermon. villu and Mt. Hebron; the Poor Hidge, Lancaster and Sugar Creek; from Lane Dr. Talmage's text Sunday was Heb. on Danville caster to double fx., 22: "Without shedding of blood lsk Ail metal shall be of is no remission." limestjne, approved by Fiscal John G. Whittier, the last of the tourt, broken sufliciently fine to pass great school of American pcets that at its greatest diameter through a two made the last quarter of this century inch ring. Said metal shall be furnished by the contractor, and be bro-k'- brilliant, asked ine in the White mounby him in a box or frame of such tains, one morning after prayers, in hizi and dimensions as shall hi desig- which 1 had given out Cowper's famous nated by the Court, and berore being hymn about "The Fountain Filled huread by the contractor or paid for With Mood," "Do you really believe shall Lc measured by some person to there is a literal application of the be deiignated by the Court, and said blood of Christ to the soul?'' My negmetal shall be spread by the contract- ative reply then is my negative reply or under the supervision and approval now. The Bible statement agrees with of the Superintendent or other person all physicians, and all plysiologists, designated by the Court. In order to secure competition in bid- and all scientists, in saying that the ding, all of said turnpikes shall be laid blood is life, and in the Christian it means simply that off in sections of about two miles, each religion t be numbered consecutively from the Christ life was given for our life. Hence end of same nearest Lancaster, and that all this talk of men who say the Bieach bidder can Li-- separately on met- ble story of blood is disgusting, aud they al for as manj of said sections as he don't want what they call the "slaughsees proper, but must designate the only shows their sections. The bidding will be per rod ter house religion," of 223 cubic feet. All bids to be filed incapacity or unwillingness to look figure of speech toward on or before Monday, May 2, 1898. at through the 10 o'clock a. m., and the Court will on the thing signified. The blood that, that day determine the quantity of on the darkest Friday the world ever metal to be furnished on cacti road, saw, oozed, or trickled, or poured from and on each section thereof. the brow, and the side, and the hands, The Court reserves the right to reject and the feet of the Illustrious Sufferer, any and all bids. back of Jerusalem, in a few hours R. A. TtURXSIDK, up, coagulated aud dried and Judge Garrard County Court forever disappeared; and if man had April 14, 1S9S. depended on the application of the literal blood of Christ, there would not have been a soul saved for the last 18 centuries. FARM AND STOCK NOTES. In order to understand this red word of my text, we only have to exercise as much common sense in religion as 5.000 bushels corn wanted. I will l'ang for we do in everything else. give one dollar and sixty cents per pang, hunger for hunger, fatigue for 1,000 barrels of corn deliv barrel for fatigue, tear for tear, blood for blood, ered at the Pilgrimage Distillery dur life for life, we see every day illustrated. The aet of substitution is no noving the months of March and April. elty, although I hear men talk as Jxo. W. Milleh, Mgr. though the idea of Christ's suffering l'or sale. substituted for our suffering were Two short horn Hull calves ages 0 something abnormal, something dis and S months, for particulars apply to tressingly odd, something' wildly eccen (I. S. Gaines. tf. tric, a solitary episode in the world's ; when 1 could take you out In II. M. IJallou sold to II. C. Suttoa a histor-to this cit- - and before sundown point nice combined mare for S75. to you 500 cases of substitution and Rice Ilenge sold the Dr. O'Neal horse voluntary suffering of one in behalf of to Mrs. James Leavellfor SI 12 HO. another. afternoon go At 2 o'clock Wm Blanks and Frank Bourne have the places of business or bought of J. I. Hamilton 70 acres of among be no difficult thing for youtoil. to will land off of the Sutton property at 25 It men who, by their looks, show find pjr acre. you that they are overworked. They J. Fleece Robinson sold a half in arc prematurely old. They are hastentcrcst in his fine saddle mare to IS. G ing rapidly toward their decease. They have gone through crisis in business Fox of Danville for SH2.S0. that shattered their nervous system McCarley and Lawson bought of and pulled on the brain. They have a V. R. Cook a bunch of hogs about 140 shortness of breath, and a pain in the cts. pounds average at 3 back of the head, and at night an in arc 113 McCarle and Lawson bought of somnia that alarms them. L;auder Davidson a nice lot of 200 lb. they drudging at business early and late? For fun? No; it would be dif hogs at 3 cents. ficult to extract any amusement out of Morgan and Robinson bought of that exhaustion. Because they are Perkins a load of 200 lb. hogs at avaricious? Be In many cases, no. cents. cause their own personal expenses R F. Hudson bought at Danville arc lavish? No; a few hundred dol court a nice bunch of 34 yearlings at lars would meet all their wants. The simple fact is, the man is enduring all an averge of C2S per head. fatigue and exasperation, and Wm Bourne sold to B. F. Hudson a that wear and tear, to keep his home prosnice calf for SIS. 03. perous. There is an invisible .line T. S. Elkin bought of Leslie Hern reaching from that store, from that bank, from that shop, from that scaf don somj fat shoats averaging ISO folding, to a quiet scene a few blocks pounds at 3 cents. away, and there is the secret of that V. Y. Currey of lower Garrard, sold business endurance. He is simply the to James T Wright, of Shelby county, champion of a homestead, for which he his three-yea- r old Chester Dare colt wins bread, and wardrobe, and educa for S4D0. 'I his fellow is said to hi the tion, and prosperity, and in such battle business linest Chester Dare colt ever fooled, he 10,000 men fall. Of ten overwork men for whom bury nine die of is a horse of fine finish and makes a others. I Some sudden diseasa finds magnificent show animal. them with no power of resistance, and thev are cone. Life for life. Blood Now is the time forVvlood. Substitution! morning, the At 1 o'clock every one hour when slumber is most uninter profound, walk amid the should take a rupted and Here of spring tonic to dwelling housesfind the city. light, and bea dim there you will strengthen tha cause it is the household custom to system and pre keep a subdued light burning; but most of the houses from base to top pare for the extra are as dark as though uninhabited. Every spring A merciful God has sent forth the demands of Nature. and the system is thoroughly over- archangel of sleep, city. he puts his But yonder wings over the there is a general house-cleani- is a clear ligrht burning, and hauled going on within. The outside on a window casement a impurities that have been accumu- glass or pitcher containing food for a lating for a year must be got- sick child; the food is sit in the fresh air. This is the sixth night that ten rid of and the system reno- mother has sat up with that sufferer. vated and prepared for the siege She has to the last point obeyed the prescription, not of summer. Unless Nature is as- physician'smuch or too little, giving a or a modrop too on ment too soon or too late. She is very sisted in this task, the strain the system is too severe, and a anxious, for she has buried three chil she breakdown is the result. Some dren with the same disease, and sob prays and weeps, each prayer and people neglect to supply this as- ending with a kiss of the pale cheek. sistance, and as a result they are By dint of kindness she gets the little through the ordeal. After it is overcome by an enervating, de- one over, the mother is taken down. all pressed feeling, their energies re- Brain or nervous fever sets in, and lax, appetite fails, and they are one day she leaves the convaleschild totally disabled for a season. cent and goeswith a .mother's blessup to join the three ing, now needs a tonic, departed ones in the kingdom of Everybody just Heaven. Life for life. Substitution! and Swift's Specific The fact is that there are an uncounted number of mothers who, after they have navigated a large family of chilthrough all the diseases of is logically the best tonic on the dren got them fairly started infancy, up the and market. The general health needs flowering slope of boyhood and girlbuilding up, hence a tonic is needed hood, have only strength enough left to die. They fade away. Some call it that is entirely harmless. S. S. S. consumption; some call it nervous prosis purely vegetable, and is the only tration; some call it intermittent or but I blood remedy that is guaranteed malarial indisposition;domestic call it martyrdom of the circle. to contain no potash, mercury, or Life for life. Blood for blood. Subother harmful mineral ingredient. stitution! Or perhaps mother lingers long Nature's remedy, being made enough to sec a son get on the wrong a gathered road, and his former kindness becomes frorn roots and herbs rough reply when she expresses anxiety from Nature's great storehouse. about him. But she goes right on, thoroughly cleanses the blood of looking carefully after his apparel, reall impurities, tones up the gen- membering his every birthday with and eral health, renews the appetite some memento, out when he is brought home worn with dissipation, and imparts new life and vigor to nurses him till he gets well and starts Dangerous him again, and hopes, and expects, and the entire system. suffers, untyphoid fever and other prevalent prays, and counsels, andout and she til her strength gives summer diseases seldom attack a fails. She is going, and attendants, person whose system is thoroughly bending over her pillow, ask her if she has any message to leave, and cleansed and she makes great effort to say something, but out of three or four mintoned up with utes of indistinct utterings they can S. S. S. in the catch but three words; "My poor boyl" spring. Get S. The simple fact is she died for him. Life for life. Substitution. S. S. and be preAbout thirty-eigh- t years ago there pared. Sold by all went forth from our northern and southern homes hundreds of thousand druggifte. Kcn-t.ie.itoll-gatii 4 4 Lu-cic- n 2 A SUBLIME MARTYRDOM. capac ty t" pay this author's pen for of men to do battle. All the poetry of Christian defense of war soon vanished and left them its ehivalrie and a poor pa'nter's pencil. John Ruskin nothing but the terrible prose. They or William Turner. Blood for blood. waded knee deep in mud. They slept Substitution! in snow banks. They marched till their exalting principle this cut feet tracked the earth. They were swindled out of their honest rations and lived on mcrt not fit for a dog. They had jaws fractured, and eyes ex tinguished, and limbs shot away. Thousands of theia eried for water as the3' lay on the field the night after the battle and got it not. They were homesick, and received no message They died in from their loved ones. the barns, iubushcs, in ditches, buzzards of the summer heat the only attendants on their obsequies. No one but the infinite God who knoweth everything, knows the ten thousandth part of the length, and breadth, ana depth, and height of anguish of the battlefield. northern and southern Win- - did these fathers leave their children and go to the frout, why did in in, postponing the marriage da-- , start into the probabilities of never coming baek? For a principle they died. Life for life. Blood for blood, substitution! But we must not go so far. What is that monument in the cemetery? It is to the doctors who fell in the southern epidemics. Why go? Were there not enough sick to be attended in these northern latitudes? Oh, yes; but the doctor puts a few medical books in his valise, and some vials of medicine, and leaves his patients here in the hands of other physicians, and takes the rail train. Before he gets to the infected regions he passes crowded rail trains, regular and extra, taking the Hying and affrighted populations. He arrives in a eity over which a great horror is He go.-brooding. from couch to couch, feeling the pulse and studj-insymptoms, and prescribing day after clay, night after night, until a fellow physician says: "Doctor, you had better go home and rest; you look miserable." But ho can not rest while so many are suffering. On and on, until some morning finds him in a delirium, in which he talks of home, and then rises and says he must go and look after those patients. He is told to lie down, but he fights his attendants until he falls back, and is weaker and weaker, and dies for people with whom he had no kinship, and far away from his own family, and is hastily put away in a stranger's tomb, and only the fl.'th part of a newspaper line tells us of his sacrifice his name just mentioned among five. Yet he has touched the furthest height of sublimity in that three weeks of humanitarian service. He goes straight as an arrow to the bosom of Him who said: "I was sick and ye visited me." Life for life. Blood for blood. Substitution! In the legal profession I sec the same In 1S40, principle of William Freeman, a pauperized and idiotic Negro, was at Auburn, N. Y., on trial for murder. He had slain the entire Van Nest family. The foaming wrath of the community could be kept off him only by armed constables. Who would volunteer to be his counsel? No attorney wanted to sacrifice his popularit3' by such an ungrateful task. All were silentsave one, a young lawyer with feeble voice, that could hardl3' be heard outside the bar, pale and thin and awkward. It was William II. Seward, who saw" that the prisoner was idiotic and irresponsible, and ought to be put in an rather than put to death, the heroic counsel tittering these beautiful words: "I speak now in the hearing of people who have prejudged prisoner and condemned me for pleading in his behalf. He is a convict, a pauper, a Ne gro, without intellect, sense or emo tion. My child with an affectionate face of its smile disarms my frown whenever I cross my threshold. The beggar in the street obliges me to give because he saj's, 'God bless as I pass. My dog carresses me with fondness if I will but smile on him. My horse recognizes me when I fill his manger. What reward, what gratitude, what S3'inpathy and affec tion can 1 expect nere. There the prisoner sits. Look at him. Look at the assemblage around him. Listen to their censures and ex cited fears, and tell me where among where, aiy neighbors or my fellow-meeven in his heart, I can expect to find a sentiment, a thought, not to say of reward or of acknowledgment, or even of recognition. Gentlemen, you may think of this evidence whijt you please, bring in what verdict you can, but I asseverate before Heaven and you, that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the prisoner at the bar does not at this moment know why it is that m- - shadow falls on 3'ou instead of his own." The gallows got its victim, but the post mortem examination of the poor creature showed to all the surgeons and to all the world that the public were wrong, and William II. Seward was right, and that hard, stony step of obloquy in the Auburn courtroom was the first step of the stairs of fame up which he went to the top, or to within one step of the top, that last denied him through the treachery of American politics. Nothing sublimer was ever seen in an American courts room than William II. Seward, with out reward, standing between the furious populace and the loathsome imbecile. Substitution. In the realm of the fine arts there was as remarkable an instance. A brilliant but hypercritical rainter, Joseph William Turner, was met by a volley of abuse from all the art galler ies of Europe. His paintings, which have since won the applause of all civilized nations, "The Fifth Plague of Egypt," "Fisherman on a Lee Shore in Squally Weather," "Calais Pier," "The Sun Rising Through Mist," and 'Dido Building Carthage," were then targets for critics to shoot at. In defense of this outragconsly abused man, a young author of 21 years, just one year out of college, came forth with his pen, and wrote the ablest and famous essay on art that the world ever saw, or ever will see John "Modern Painters." For 17 years this author fought the battles of the maltreated artist, and after, in poverty and brokenheartcdness, the painter had died, and the public tried to undo their cruelties toward him by giving him a big funeral and burial in St. e Paul's cathedral, his friend took out of a tin box 19,000 pieces of paper containing drawings by the old painter, and through many weary and uncompensated months assorted and arranged them for public observation. People say John Ruskin in his old days is cros, misanthropic and morbid. Whatever lie may do that he ought not to do, and whatever he may say 'that he ought not to say between how and his death, he will leave this world insolvent as far as it has any these-younas3-lucare-wor- n Rus-kin- 's o'.d-tim- FRANCIS KIZER Shot and Killed in the Vestibule of iVm Ilunvlllc Courthouse I'.y tSrorge IJowsey. Danvim.e, Ivy., April 1J. George Rowsey shot and killeu Francis Kizer in the vestibule of the Danville courthouse at noon Monday. The two men were neighbors in the THE Mm that What an vhich leads one to suffer for another! Nothing so kindles enthusiasm or awakens eloquence, or chimes poetic canto, or moves nations. The principle is the dominant one in our religion Christ the Mart3T, Christ the Celestial Hero, Christ the Defender, Christ the Substitute. No new principle, for it was old as human nature; but now on a grander, wider, higher, deeper scale. The and more shepherd boy as a champion for Israel with a sling toppled the giant of the Philistine braggadocio in the dust; but here is another David who, for all the armies of churches militant and riumphant, hurls the Goliath of perdi tion into defeat, the clash his brazen armor like an explosion at Hell Gate. Abraham had at God's command agreed to sacrifice his son Isaac, and the same: God just in time provided a ram of tho thicket as a substitute; but thcrc is another Isaac bouad for the altar, and no hand arrests the sharp edges of laceration and death, and the universe shivers and quakes aud recoils and groans at the horror. All good men have for centuries been trying to tell whom this substitute was like, and every comparison, inspired and uninspired, evangelistic, prophetic, apostolic and human falls short, for Christ was the Great Un like. Adam, a type of Christ, because he came directly from God; Noah a type of Christ, because he delivered his own family from deluge; Melehisedec a of Christ, because he had no predecessor or successor; Joseph a tjpc of Christ, because he was east out by his brethren; Moses a of Christ, because he was a deliverer from bondage; Joshua a type of Christ, because he was a conqueror; Sumsoa a type of Christ, because of his strength to slay the lions and carr3' off the iron gates of impossibility, Solomon a type of Christ, in the affluence of his dominion; Jonah a typj of Christ, because of the stormy sea in which he threw himself for the rescue of others; but put together Adam, and Noah, aud Melchisedic, and Joseph, and Moses, and Joshua, and the3 would not make a fragment of a Christ, a quarter of a Christ, the half of a Christ, or the millionth part of a Christ. He forsook a throne and sat down on His own footstool. He came from the top of plory to the bottom of humiliation, nnd changed a circumf erence seraphic for a circumference diabolic. Once waited on b3' angels, now hissed at by brigands. From afar and high up He came down; past meteors swifter than they; by starry thrones, Himself more lustrous; past larger worlds to smaller worlds; down stairs of firmaments. and from cloud to cloud, aud through the tree tops and into the camel's stall, to thrust His shoulder under our burdens and thru-.the lances of pain through His vitals, and wrapped Himself in all the agonies which we deserve for our misdoing.s, and stood on the splitting decks of a foundering vessel, amid the drenching surf of tlie sea, and passed midnights on the mountains amid wild beasts of prey, nnd stood at the point where all earthly and infernal hostilities charged on Him at once with their keen sa bers our Substitute! When did attorney ever endure so much for a pauper client, or physician for the patient iu the lazaretto, or mother for the child in membranous croup, as Christ for us, and Christ for you, and Christ for me? Shall any man or woman or child in this audience who has ever suffered for another find it hard to understand this Chrlstly suffering for us? Shall those whose sympathies have been wrung in behalf of the un fortunate have no appreciation of that one moment which was lifted out of all the ages of eternit3 as most con spicuous, when Christ gathered up all the sins of those to be redeemed under His one arm, and said: "I will aton for those under my right arm, and will heal all those under my left arm. Strike me with all thy glitteringshafts, O Eternal Justice! Roll over me with all thy surges, ye oceans of sorrow?" and the thunderbolts struck Hi in from above, and the seas of trouble rolled up from beneath, hurricane after hurricane, and cyclone after cyclone, and then and there in the pres ence of Heaven and earth and hell, yea, all worlds witnessing, the price, the bitter price, the transcendant price, the awful price, the glorious price, the infinite price, the eternal price was paid that set us free. "A word to the wise is sufficient" and a word from the wise should be sufficient, but you ask, who are the wise? Those who know. The oft re peated experience of trustworthy per sons may be taken for knowledge. Mr W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given better satisfaction than any other in the market. He has been in the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for twelve years; has sold hundreds of this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufacnured, which shows conclusively that Chamberlain's is the most satisfactory to the people, and is the best. For sale by R. E McRoberts Lancaster Ky. g tj-p-e c t Soitta Knobs, six nrles from Danville, and had quarreled several times. They came to Danville to be present at the Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and is based up- opening of the circuit court. Rowsy was drinking, and as Kizcr on the actual experience of successful life insurance companies, coverwas leaving the courthouse he stepped years. The same principles govern both, only-W- E up and began firing at the old German. ing a period of over 200 He emptied his revolver, hitting Kizer pay while you LIVE. five times and killing him instantly. THEY pay when you DIE. Kizcr was unarmed and made no resistance. WE offer the INVESTMENT features. Court was in session upstairs, and the shooting created the wildest THEY protect in case of DEATH. Rowsey was taken at once With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the to Judge SaulL'y, acknowledged the act and was sent to jail. policy; with us, a definite and fixed mathemalical rule, in lieu of death, HOWARD-BAKER OF LEXINGTON, KY. OXJJK. IPXTV. liil Inyestmeut Co., FEUD matures the policy. broken out again and two men are reported killed and three injured. This feud is onl3 ten days old. Howard and Raker were partners in a logging enterprise. They quarreled and fought Relatives and friends joined in and a week ago three of them were killed. Ansc and Al Raker, who had been arrested and kept under guard, broke away and hid in the woods, declaring they would exterminate their enemies. The report of the killing is regarded as indicating that they are keeping their word. The names of the dead and wounded in the battle have not been reported. Breaks Out Again ami Ten Men Are Reported Dua-- uiiil Three Injured.- PIXKV1LI.E, Ky., April 18. The feud in Cla3 county has INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE. They figure on so many men out of a thousand dying we figure on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. There is no reason why a man should die to reap the licn-fl- d of his investment. we We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and as great as has been assumed assume an obligation less than one-thiand paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America. j-rd OTJPfc Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insutable. Only the sound and healthy, ivlio least need it's advantages, can obtain life insurance. Why should there not be a means provided whereby the ofchfr eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry an investment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our misSTATE OFFICIALS sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or Before the Jury anil Some Sensational greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the adKxpccteil. FiJAXKFOiiT, Ky., April IS. The vantage to be derived, and that those advantages may be enjoyed during Franklin count3 grand jurj when it reports this week, is expected to re- life by the one making tbe investment. turn some sensational indictments. Nearly all of the penitential ofNOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. ficials and state officials were before the grand jur3' last week, That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princi-pie- s, and it is said that evidence was given is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown which is certain to result in the indictment of several minor otiicials who are by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. now, or have latety been, connected We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation. No with the state government. An effort has also been made to indict a number statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. of law3ers for accepting fees for collecting pardons. Organizing, f ' Owkntowx, K3., April 15. The Count3' Confederate association are holding meetings Thursday night, and will organize several companies to be read" in case of war. Other companies are also being organized. ComII., K. S. G., is filling its ranks, pany and Capt Logan Feland, who is now in New York, will start home at the first declaration of war to take charge Several prominent of the companj". pli3'sieians have offered their services to the government. n Da-vi- 3IISSION. Others Make Money. Why Not You? The endorsement given this Company hy the investment of bankers, law yors, merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of our system. ACTVAI, RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CER- TIFICATE HOLDERS. Rev. J. V. Rii.ev, of Mortonsville, Ky., says: "I have had an investment in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than threa years. I have had 23 couoons to mature by redemption, which cost me le than 503.03, and returned to me 1,410,00." To u'hom it may concern. r flp I'iuikI Guilty. Lexixotos', Kv., September 10, 1S'J7. Louisvili.k, April IS). J. M. who has been on trial in the United States court on the charge of having wrecked the German national bank, of which ha was president, until 3 it was closed hy the examiner in of last 3ear, was Monday found guilt3. The former president received the verdict cooll3. His attorncj" at once made a motion for a new trial and was given until Vednesda3- - to tile a writ of error. Jan-uar- This is to certify, that my husband, W. F. White, about three j'ears ago, invested in the Southern Mutual Investment Co. Since that time there have been 20 coupons to mature, on which the Company has paid his estate 1,021,00. These coupons cost his estate less than S700.00 to mature them. I am pleased with the investment he made, and am still carrying 01 coupons in the Company M.vnv R White. A Smith Browman, Mgr. J. C. Hemphill, Agt., No. 11 Cheapside, Lexington, Ky. Lancaster, Kentucky Rradley has appointed V. L. Drown, of London, Laurel countj-- , to succeed Judge A. II. Clarke, late circuit judge of that district, composed of Laurel, Jackson, Knox, Cla- - and several other counties. State Senator W. II. Clarke, of Jackson county; II. C. Eversole, of Laurel, and J. II. Tinsley, of Knox, were applicants for the judgeship. , April IS). T. Edgar Ikvink, Park, late of the Eighth Kentuuky. has just returned from Frankfart. where he has been securing the enrollment of a of brave fellows who are anxious to enlist in the arm3 to light Spain. Many more than the requisite number have indicated their desire to 10 with him. S uthern Raptist Convention Nor1S93. Tickets on folk, Va., May sale via the Queen & Crescent Route at the rate of one fare for ronund trip from all points on its line to Norfolk, Va., on account of the Southern Raptist Convention which meets at that 18'JS. D ttes of sales, point May May 2nd to Cth, good to return 10 days after date of sale. The most attractive route to Norfolk is via the Queen & Crescent Route. K3-.comj-an32 Fraxkfoht, Brown Appointed. K3'., April 19. Gov. BLICKENSDERFER TT El r, EE Veteran HaUes a Company. Built on strictly Scientific pnn- ciples and of the highest grade ma terials. DURABLE, PORTABLE, INVINCIBLE. TPJRJLOJE, Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Typewriter Trust produce an honest product at an honest price. The Blickensderfer is the only high grade machine at reasonable cost. Guaranteed longest. Portability, Interchangeable Type, Doing Some features-Durabili- ty, Perfect Alignaway with Ribbon nuisance, Adjustable ment, Unexcelled Manifolding. The only Typewriter receiving Highest Award at World's Fair. Improved, since. Adopted by Western Union Telegraph Co. SJSJTD FOR CATALOGUE AND TF,STJ3IOSIAI.S.. Line-Space- $35.00. MOORE BRO'S., Gen. Agts. E. Fayette St. J1S Baltimore, Md. 1$. F. St., X. W. Washington, D. C. Market Quotation. Corrected weekly by H. B. North- - cott Eggs MiiilMiiJiJUJii SPRINGFIELD LAWKEXCE, Chickens Hens Young Roosters Old Roosters Turkeys Old Gobblers Ducks Geese 5c 2sc E 1 Oillce PHYSICIAN anil SURGEON. at the Dr. O'Neal Otlicc, Lmca tir, ICy. 2c to Cc FIEE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE to 6Jc to ?'otce to Creditors. C0 All parlies aviiip claims against the estate of J. G. Idrl !ge, dec'l., are hereby notified to present the 1. properly proven to the under- 5 S.S.S.Blood $3.00 to'$4.00 per doz C to 7c Hides, Green Butter 10c 28 to 80c fine white geese Feathers, " " gray " 2oto27c The second week in May will le a 20 to 24c banner week in Louisville. The Mu Duck feathers Rags 15 to 20c per hundred sic Festival, the Commercial Conven Iron 8 to 15c tion, and the Races will attract large Bones 20 to 25c $2.50 to $5.50 per head crowds on May C, 10 and II. One fare Calves, veal 5c signed for settlement. Robinson & Hamilton Agts! Laxcastsr. Office over Post Office. : KEXTUCicr. :: Apr. Sth 2t. II. D. ALDMDGE, Administrator. You Are Going North, Are Going South, Going If You rates have been arranged on all the railroads. amaNUBIAN CQrcs Dyspcp-- I Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. IMIIItl v sia, tea R. KINNAIRO'S hew - LIVERY. If You Are 1 f East, ' Insurance Agency ' If You Are Going West; T1CKCTS VIA TMC Iiis NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of the late Dr.W. S. O'Neal will please call and settle with L. F. Hnbble aid greatly oblige me. M. T. O'NEAL, Administratrix. Apr 25 3t Representing Over - S57.000.OCX5 Companies taa of Hartford. (J seen I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the PURCHASE J LOUISVItXC NASHV1UX It In the following Fire Insurance I Very Best Rigs 3i TURNPIKE NOTICE. Annual Meeting of the Danville. Dfx and Lancaster Turnpike Compmy for the election of a Board of Directors, will take place at Kngleman's Mill, on Saturday, May 7th 1898 at 9 o'clock a. m. J. 8 Kobinson, President. The TURUPIKE NOTICE. lect a board of Directors' to serve the ensuing year. Jko. W. millkb, President will be held at the Iron Bridge, on Saturday May 7th 1898 at 9 o'clock, a. m. to seCompany of America. National or Hartfort. Pbealx of firooblja. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of England. Cennecticat of Hartford. North British aad Merehaatiie. German Americas of New York. Liverpool aad Loadoa aad Glebe. on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. It. R. AN TO SCCURB RICE BENGE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All parties having claims against the assign ed estate of W. A. Todd will present the same to me at Wallaceton, Kv., or my attorney, Wm. McC. Johnson, at Lancaster, Ky.. oa or before Hay 1st, 1898. This Feb. iSid, 1393. The Maximum The Maximum The of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, of Comfort, Minimum of Rates. that meeting Notice is hereby given RiveraTurnpike of the Road and Dix I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance COMPANY. 4t GEO. A. BALLARD, Assignee W. A. Todd. Xate, Tim aad all ntTirr hitif iinlfiiM nifl , be cheerfully furihed by " c. p. ATMnc, . ?..;