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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 29, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898042901_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 29, 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. VOLUME IX " Entered at the Poat Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Hatter. NUMBER 3 VSS&J?2UM' WE ARE MAKING LANCASTER, KY., IF PIP AY, APRIL, I 29. 1898. SjHBgBT We print d olgers. The Latest. Louisville, Apr. 28, 1 p. m. Quite a number of drunks Monday. Record, Lancaster. Monitor Terror OP A captured Spanish steamer laden with Dont forget the Iley woods 'Saturday fnnnnnniiifinnnfiifmnnnfifinniiitfifinfnifftf:ff'ftf provision and money for Havana, afft ght TT" pilot house with ter destroying her HARNESS SADDLES per dozen. II. B. Wan to eggs 7 No word solid shot Value $400,000. The Hey woods Saturday, Ai r'l 30. 5 fen and fight received at Navy Deptm't. of bombard- Northcott This season, and have one of the Help the band by attending1 the Wanted, hens at 5Jjc per pound, n. ment of Matanzas. Bad strategy to G. S. Gaines handles the genuine attack city without land forces. How- Brown Cultivator. ,V B. Northcott. concert best and most complete lines ever ever Mantanzas will be seized. ReThe Public Square looks like a hog ported in London that Portugal will shown in Lancaster. We keep evSee J. B. Jennings' line of shirts and Last summer straw hats are making pen. Clean it up. Hughes. be Spains ally. ekwear bef ire you buy. . erything in this line and can please their appjarance. Produce taken in exchange forgocds Saturday night. two horse wagon v on the The best The Heywoods New stock of 1 rench lambrequin tis- 3'ou in both price and quality. at The Logan Dry Goo Is Co. market at G. S. Gaines'. A paper at Thompson's. Very little stock on the market MonCall and examine this line before Large line of fine harness cheap, at Fresh fish received daily, no charje day. Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and purchasing elsewhere. W. J. Romans Carriage Co. for cleaning. II B. Northcott II. B. Northcott Tube rose bulbs for sale at J. C. Rags. We also have an elegant line of I would like to do your plain sew-i- g r. B. Jennings is headquarters forJ Thompson's. Sec J. B Jennings' line of samples f and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. mens', ladies' and children' fineshoes We pay 7 cash par dozen for before you have your spring suit made. Wanted, 20,000 pounds of wool, will eggs. R. A. Stone. ) Come and see tha watch that I give Kggrs re- - Hatching. 11. is. with each suit of clothes. J. C. Hemp pay highest mantel price. Qhe greatest Disc Harrow on the From prize wining Black Minorca: Northcott market, at G. S. Gaines'. V, To which we invite an inspection. hill. R. L. Elkin eggs for 1,03. Headquarters for Deering Binders, tailor- If you want a good fitting Produce taken in exchange for goods Capt Duncan's company is composed made suit come and sec me Monday. Mowers an! threshing machines at G at The Logan Dry Goods Co. S. Gaines. a fine lot of fellows and, when in ?v J. C Hemphill. V'xv uniforms, will show up well. Calves. Will go to Wanted, Veal New lot of furniture just received at You can see the best, cheapest and Don't fail to see the suit that I will largest line of vehicles ever seen in R. A. Stones, cheapest lot ever brought country and buy. H. B. Northcott to ask to see our Line of you for $6.50. It is all wool, and Don't Lancaster at W. J. Romans Carriage Co. to Lancaster. Come and get prices.0 50 to S41; pants S3.50 to 810. they Suits J. C. Hemphill. Fit. W. I. Williams, Col. W.G. Welch, We are daily receiving a handsome Do you need any at these price j? J. C. Sounded like Old Times. Lancaster. Stanford. cheaper than ever Hemphill. I will close out my entire line of Mr. I C. Rucker, The Record's good line of furniture, Jas. A. children's knee pant suits at net cost showa to Lancaster people. friend, of Paint L'ck, fell in with the Since Sam Duncan got his enlistment Call Beazley & Co. anl see them before buying. . boys Monday and played the fife. blanks, the" blow hards" Tiave cooled J. B. jESNISGSy AT 24 CEtfTS PER YARD. down considerably. For Exchange. The iron cages are being torn out of Handsome 14 karat gold watch, best Sam T. Evans has the largest J. A. Beazley & Co. have a large and the basement of the Police Courthouse Elgin movement, fully guaranteed. phaetons ever s cells Will trade for a good, gentle, family handsome line of wall paper. Prices line of buggies and and will be made into brought to Lancaster. Save your or Our Line of to suit the people. for the new work house. horse. For particulars inquire at The ders for him. LANCASTER, KY. Record offce. Wanted, 100,000 pounds wool, will took To Your Interest. War map. 28x21 inches of Cuba, the paj' highest market price. An experie buggies on the mar Best Mr. J. C Thompson, the jewelry A. World, West Indies, &c, 20c each, if ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. Gen- man, has the thanks of The Record enced man here to receive same. R. mail 22c Send for one. J. C. eral repairing and horseshoeing a for one of the excellent War Mars he Stone. aompson. ,v 3m. adv ;rtises elsewhere in this issue. Its specialty. Give us a trial. Bourbon Steam Laundry. I have just returned from the city Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the one of tie best we ever saw. No Celebration. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your with a complete line of Summer MilliThe local Masonic lodge was thinkStill Making Improvements. tf nery and will sell them as cheap as any orders at Sweeney's store. ing of holding a St. John's Day celeJ. Mort Rothwell still has a large town. Please call. Mrs. A. S. Ilas- bration, but in view of the war in force of hands working at Dripping den, Bryantsville Ky. I have a few pattern's left from s progress the members have concludel Springs He will have a which I can make you a nobbv suit for Go in, Maccabees. to abandon the idea. vhen all the buildings are com12.59 and the largest line at 15 ever The supreme officers of the Maccabee pleted. town. Don't fail to see shown in the Danville Steam Laundry. Lodge have announced that in case J. C. HemphilL my line. i The "Ingnn" l'reparing. V V Smith & Currey, Agents for Danville member of that order enlists ia the Mr. S. D. Rothwell, the "Big Ingun' Premium Steam Laundry. We ship every day. army during the war it will not in the JSXQGK OP IABLB to go through most too We send y MIENS, J?APKXNS AND and deliver Brown interfere with their Wanamaker giving BEAZLEY&BAUGHMAN. Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called says he'swar, and is old up Dripping each customer &from S3 toare in the least brethren, jump in. insurance PUR fixing another S3, Now for and delivered. tf Springs to use as a hospital for the price of suits, as the customer saves FUNERAL DIRECTORS, For Sale or Kent. boys whoare sent back from Cuba. that much and gets a perfect fit Army Surgeon. I will either sell or rent my resi- M. D. Hughes, Agent. ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMence. it is in goou repair ana in a Dr. II. M. Grant, of this city, has Judge Brown tells The Record that The New Trains. good neighborhood. For particulars BALMING a SPECIALTY. made application for an appointment he is without a place to confine his We have a few Ladies and Misses Nice Oxfords The change in the running of trains call on either W. II. Kinnaird or mya surgeon in the State Guards. Dr. prisoners while tha new work house Mary K. Weisiger. Grant is a fine physician and is above is being constructed. Jhe judge will through Lancaster goes into effect self. Zeigler's make "which we are closing out Caxjets, &c. the average in surgery. He sent along see tbat offenders are made to "pay Monda-- . They will run as previously Volunteers from Lincoln. l'st of endorsements and it is hoped the fiddler" when the new house is stated in this paper, but we are unable VERY LOW PRICES. Messers Rowan Siufley and Ashby to give the exact time, no schedule hav- completed. that Gov. Bradley will appoint him. Warren, of Stanford, came over Sunday iag been rece've 1. by the local agent and enlisted in the volunteer company. Wanted. i Capt Duncan had one hundred as To know the whereabouts of the fel brave and reliable men as these h lows who cussed McKinley for not de could whip an entire regiment of Span claring war several weeks ago. These iards. ellows snow have an opportunity of Card of Thanks. Dr. B. F. Walter, Dentist, will be at TO ARMS. putting their patriotism into practice We, The Endjaveaors of Lancaster, Buena Vista, Tuesday, May 3rd. by enlisting in the Lancaster company. Garrard Braves Enlist to Fight for their desire to express our s'neere appre- Sign and fight or shut up. Country. No Sale. aad hospitality cation of the First Volunteers. of the people of this town who hve Messrs Owsley & Shanks, of Stanford. Sam M. Duncan, Jno Farra and Cloud helped us entertain our C. E. delegates. offered the lots in this city for sale Wherritt were the first Garrard county In as much as 3e have done it unto Monday. They were offered separately braves to tender their services to Uncle one of the least of these." and as a whole but no sale was made. Alice W. Hudson, Pres. Sam. Frank Lusk was the first to come XV. J. Roman's offerrd $330 to start the from Lincohn, having signed the pa lot on corner of Public Square and K. l'.'s Take Notice. pers Saturday. S. M. Mull ins heads Dr. W. S. Beazley has accepted the Richmond street, but the bid was not the list from Lower Garrard and Allie secretaryship of the local Endowment accepted. The owners did not say Pritchett is the first from Marksbury. Rank. The usual monthly assess what they proposed doing with the ments will be sent off on the 20th of property. They can easily rent store Valuable and Timely. Sam M. Duncan and Ino. M. Farra require rooms, if they will erect a number o The Mr. S. C Denny has presented Capt each month. were promised bv the Governor and s ones. Sam Duncan with an elegant Smith & that members hand in their assess Adjutant General some time ago that Garrard county could be represented Wesson 41 caibre revolver. The weap ments, and it is not the duty of the Excellent Speeches, in me state uuards in case of hostilion has a holster and catridge belt and secretary to hunt you up. Unless you Is chock full of all the latest novelties of the season. Think of it. Men's all wool you will Three candidates for the democratic ties. Friday niirht they were inform is both valuable and useful. If the are on time with your money ed by Gov. Bradley to proceed With suits for $5.00 guaranteed, absolutely all Wool. Our line of mens suits at $7.50 In nomination for congress addressed a gallant captain gets a fair chance at lose out This is final warning. of raisinjr a company. Large large crowd at the Court House Mon the workwere printed by The Recoiid this lot you can pick from a grand assortment of the posters the Dons this weapon will certainly A Further Reduction. day afternoon. They were Gov. Jas. office and Saturday night a meeting make its presence know. The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. has B. McCreary, Hon. John B. Thompson was held, at which time a good, nummade a,further reduction in the rate and Hon. G. G. Gilbert Owing to the ber signed. On Monday morning.those Business Changed. who had enlisted paraded the streets, Mr. Jesse W. Sveeney has purchas to Norfolk for the Southern Baptist misunderstanding between Messrs. Mc headed by the Lancaster band. By Cassimers, plain and fancy Cheviots, Clay Worsted &c strictly all wool and tailor Creary and Thompson at Danville last night the required number were seMr. J. G. Swee Conventioned of his grandfather, made in high class manner. No man can fail to get suited in this lot. We can fit The round trip rate from Lexington Monday, some folks expected the de cured. Mr. Duncan will be elected ney, the latter's stock of Dry Goods, M. FarraJst Lieutenant all shapes and stand ready to refund your money if you can duplicate a single suit clothing, boots, shoes and gents fur will bo $13.50. good going and return bate to again lead to trouble, but such Captain, John and Claud Wherritt 2nd Lieutenant. and 17.00 round elsewhere for less than $10 00. nishine troods. Mr. Sweenev has been ing all rail direct,returning via Wash was far from the case. Each speaker Following is a list of those signed: A. S- Forester, Lowell, G. B. Lawpresented his claims in a gentlemanly in the cities this week laying in addi- trip, good going or Steamers, and straightforward manner, and the rence, Lancaster, W. G. Raipes, Bourne tional goods nnd will soon have com ing and the Potomac River includes Steamer transport speeches were highly enjoyed by J. D. Put cell. O. P. Dennis, Judson, plete lines. The Record bespeaks fo, This rate Robt Tnpp, Stanford, Morris Green, They are mostly from the Princes o clothing makers. Pick of all the novelties of the all. We have not space to give a sy Cartersviile, W M Rothwell, John the young gentleman a liberal share ation. A special train will leave Lexington nopsis of each speech, but our people Jackson. Preachersville. M J Broad-dupatronage. season. The swellest and most refined patterns, made up in the most elegant manner. McCreary, W D Walker, Ed. Ross, 01 Tuesday May 3rd at 4:00 p. are well acquainted with the many Custom made suits ready to wear. It is just like finding a five dollar bill to buy one Another Shooting. reaching Norfolk at 2 p. m. next day. crood points of the candidates. The Lancaster, A D Root, 'Jurnersville, Frank Brim.CampJNelson, Hugh Clark, of these suits for 10 00. A complete line of Another shojting took place on Bat Tickets will also be on salo from May speeches were up to the usual standard Lancaster, Ollie Pritchett, Marksbury, tie Row Tuesday night Lem White, 2nd to May Cth, good to return 15 days, of the gentlemm and the friends of Wm. B. Rucker, J S Napier, Will Hall, batter known as "Frog Eye," a 15 with privilege of a futher extension each are highly pleased with the ef Wm. LeForce', Paint Lick, Lona L Dunn, Bryantsville, Mark Jennings, year-ol- d negro boy, shot and danger- of 15 days by depositing tickets with forts of their man. Buena Vista, Marion Simpson, Teater-vill& O. Agent in Norfolk. The C. & O. ously wounded Charley Anderson who A base ball outfit given free 'with each suit from $2.50 up. Our shoe department is r, Wm Clark, Lancaster, S H Unfortunate Killing. is also a resident of the Chute. Ander has two Limited Vestibuled trains Saufiey, Ky., Johnson Speaks, complete, everything from the cheapest to the best. Do not overlook our line of men's Battle Row", the notorious negro Lancaster, Frank Hardwick, Milton to Norfolk. and the daily, and is shortest Line son is Frog Eye's sample shoes at $3,00, Weare head quarters on settlement adjoining the town, was the Simpson, Julson, Thos. McGinnis,Brv-antsvillboy says he shot him for "whooping For further information address, Stanford, OM G. W. Barney1, D. P. A., scene of a killing late Monday after Boner, M ST Teater, H Parks, A N his mammy." The weapba used was C Moore, J bull-doLexington, Ky, noon. Porter Warren, a young white Durham, Marksbury. Clarence Parks, revolver. The ball enter man, shot Grant Leavel, colored, with Lancaster, J W B racket t, Hubble, ed Andersoa's stomach and lodged in All the newest shades and latest patterns in neckwear. A beautiful line of gents hoa 44 calibre Smith & Wesson revolver, Hughes Aldridge. Marksbury, J N his back. The boy went at once and PaintLick, The fcayal is the hifcet ra4e bUa pew4ar the shot tearing a great hole through Forbes, Bourne, W H Conn.Lynn. Stansiery. Everything in Suspenders. ' All the new styles in collars and cuffs. surrendered to Jailer Dave Ross. The Jas Crank, Hubble, Jno G fcMwa. Act I tesfrtww K his bjdy and severing the spinal cord. ford, W S Overby, Paint Lick.P Long, y. enW hrwi. examining trial is set for this, Friday, tUt4 farther Mm Leavel suffered great agony until 5 McCreary, H C Johnston, London, A morning. o'clock Tuesday morning, when he L Newland, G Orchard, W H Hughes, Court Day. died. Reports of the trouble differ so Wm Cooley, Lancaster, V H Hall, E Reynolds, Stanford, Jno Cordier, F An immence crowd attended court wldaly that it is impossible to give any Parsons, W A Sheltoa, Rowland, Jno We all must have them. A look through our stock will convince you that you never saw Monday and our merchants did a thriv thing like a correct statement of who CGill, Stanford, W L Howe, Paint such a display in Lancaster. Prices right. Stock larger. Styles better. More kinds. ing business. Oar advertisers say they Lick, J M Birclay. McKinney, S M is to blame or what led up to the kill Better kinds than any house in Central Kentucky. Our shirts at 50c and $1.00 are were busier than for many months, ing. Warren wa3 lodged in jail, but Mnllins, Bryantsville, Nelson Davis, Buckeye, Jeff Cheitham, Richard A model beauties. Trading in the stock line was below was allowed a guard Tuesday. The McGrath, Richard Moore. Bryan tsvillp, par, however, and few sales weremade- examining trial will be held tomorrow Chas Kuhlman, Camp Nelson, L. C fo;r which are noted in our stocic column. morning. Young Warren lives at Teat- - Gooch, O K, Lincoln county, Ashby M W. Saufley, patent medicine fakir, the sol liars ersville and comes of a highly respect- Warren, RowanMarcellus, Staaforl. Harry Pre?-toMarksbury. marching and a churn min help ed en ea family. The dead man also lived J S Sherrow, Howard Preston. J tertain the crowd daring the forenoon in the country and was comparatively Camp Nelson, C F Smith, Toledo, O., that we are head to foot outfiters, handling exclusively the best goods money can buy. the political speeches attracted a b a stranger in town. We understand H D White, Hubble, R G Anderson, nd the, negro Abner Benge, Cah Pumphrey, Nelnumber in the afternoon he was a nephew of Uncle Eph Lcavell, son Burdett, K K Kirby. Lancaster, killing at night wound op what might who was one of the most honorable Frank Lusk, Hsstoaville, T. GalleTt be truthfully termed a large but decid CJ and upright colored men in Garrard McCrearey, Frank McMillen, edly poor court day. A few stallions Walker, J S Mam, G B Swiaebit-- , county. GQ A. T Anderson, H B Robtasoa, were exhibited, but the number was Wr(. musm Fowee ecv, mw wme. We print Invitatioas- Wherritt, J M Farra, LamcaaUr. far below the asHal lot tk)wa. ooooo8ooioccooooocooooocgwooooooooooooooo SPECIALTY i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. f I and 1 Hey-woo- d LAP DUSTERS, WHIPS, FLY NETS J. Br. Haselden. Lancaster, Ky. Fail Mil Hool Suitings Attorneys at Law, first-c'.as- , All business attended to promptly. home-mad- if &m wimum first-clas- re-sj- rt See our Une of CORSETS. We have a short waist corset which is a popular seller. -T-i V v Furniture, in at Lancaster, Ky. The LOGAN DRY GOODS CO. NOW IS TBE TIME TO kin-'ns- BUT TOUR SPRING OUTFIT. 00 NOT WAIT UNTIL OUR STOCK IS BROKEN. by-la- Our Clothing Department first-clas- i Nicest Frabrics and Patterns. - Our $10.00 Suits. - s, Boys and Childrens Suits. e, Fra-zie- step-fath- e, Furnishing Goods. g SHIRTS. HATS the world, all kinds, all styles and all prices. mi POWER Mark Well the Fact n. LOGAN & ROBINSON. 1 a CENTRAL BKCORD every vteek ev I.OUIS ZASDRAX, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. War Bulletins. PREACHERSV1LLE. Wm. Creek. Sutton has moved to Silver PAINT YOUR HOUSE WITH !OKK Months. YFAR. IK ADVANCE " " " $1.00 J) .25 Pit I DAY, April 29, - - 1898. FO!t COXGRESS. McCRE.VRY. Wc are authorized to announce Hon. James B. McCbeauy, uf Madison county, a candidate for Congress in the Sth Congressional District, subject to the action of tlie Democratic party. Iarrrille9 Ky. This is and will be a great wash goods season and we have had several special sales of wash goods which were very successful. This week we offer a special that is the "best of all, viz: A military guard has bean placid at THOMPSON Wc announce J. B. Thompson a the White House. by the Demcandidate for In answering the call for State troops ocratic party for Representative in Con-cre- Gov. Bradley wired; "lhey will be from this the Sth district. ready in ten days." Responses from the Governors show The young1 mrn who havo volunteermore than the quotas will be of ed to enlist and fight for their country that fered in many States. are entitled to great praise for their The latest and most sensational re prallautry. It goes to show that they arc made of the right stuff aud that port is that Gov. Bradley wants to go they are every inch men. Nothing at the head of the Kentucky troops to digusts us more than to hear the va the front Buffalo Bill has offered his services fellows rious excuses many iive for not enlisting: "Mama's Dar- - and the services of his Indains and liugs," "Henpecked Husbands" and cowboys to the government to do ser fellows who are too trifling and lazy vice as a cavalry regiment against to carry a musket are, we are pained Spain. to adm.t, very numerous. The incli 'lhere is no decrease ia the enthusi nation in man' is to stand back and asm manifested all over Kentucky. "let some other fellows go." Suppose The companies of the State Guard are everyone did so. How long would we finding no difficulty in recruiting to have a country? As stated above, the required strength. those who have enlisted are made of Gov. Bradley has wired for the neces the right material, and have shown by their action that they are lovers of sary equipments, etc., and as soon as their country and arc not afra'd to these are received and companies bare their breasts to the bullets of anj equipped, the State Guard will be mus intruders. All honor to Capt. Duncan tered into actual service. Some of the State's best young wom and his brave band of volunteers! en are volunteering their services as' A dispatch says Adjutant General nurses. Among the first to so volun1). It. Collier, of the State Guard, will teer arc Misses Christine Bradley and not go the war, as was reported. It Alice Castleman, daughter of Col. John was said that he would be Brigadier B. Castleman. General in charge of the Kentucky The farmers, the mechanic and the troops. Gen. Collier told a friend a bicycle rider are liable to unexpected day or two ago that as soon as the cuts and bruises. De Witt's Witch Hapresent State Guard was mustered zel Salve is the best thing to keep on into the service of the Government he hand, it heals quickly and' is a well will havj to organize a militia to take known cure for piles, Storines' Drug its place. It may be Gen. Collier's Store. lm present intention to stay out of the Monday night Gov. 'Bradley received fray, but a veteran is like an old cir a call to arms f or the Kentucky State cus horse when he hears the music Guarl The addition of two troops of he wants to go 'round. And the same cavalry was a suprise to Kentucky's instinct abounds in the old soldier iniilitary men, and is regarded as a when he hears the clatter of arms and marked compliment to Kentucky sol- smells powder, he could not be held iers.d out of the fight by a If the Numerous applications to!fill cavalry fight gets hot, we will wager a quart troops have been received at the Gov of old bourbon that Gen'l Collier goes ernor's office. Capt Robert Tyler, of to the thickest of it. Bullitt, veteran Confederate, and George Donaldson, of Frankfort, vet It took the House just one minute eran Federal soldier, are two of those and forty-on- e seconds Monday to pass the war declaration unanimously. The prominently mentioned in this cosnec Li.l was reported to the Senate, which tion. Lieut. Rowan, of the Nineteenth in also passed it unanimously in a few minutes. Xle resolutions are as fol fantry, under oiders from the War Department, has landed in Eastern lows: First That war be and the same is Cuba, aud is making his way to Gen'l hereby declared to exist, and that war Garcia, to whom he will unfold the has existed since the 2lst day of April plans of the United States for A. D., 1S9S, including said day, be ration with the lasurgent? in landing tween the United States of America an armv in Cuba. and the kingdom of Spain. The Governors of the States will ar- Second That the President of the point all regimental, line and staff offUnited Slates be, and he hereby is icers will be appointed by the t, directed and empowered to use the en who finds himself confroated tire land and naval forces of the Uni with the task of selecting 328 officers ted States and to call into the actual of volunteers, including twenty Major service of the United States the mill Generals forty-eigBrigadier Genertia of the several States, to such an als and their staff. extent as may be necessary to carry It is believed at Frankfort that the this act into effect three Kentucky regiments will move n?xt Monday, but this is not certain. Tub president has named Assistant L'eut II. S. Whipple will muster them Secretary of th2 Navy Roosevelt as into the Federal service. In a few Lieut. Colonel of one of the regiments days Kentucky will need a new Sta e of mounted riflemen to be raised in the Guard, and volunteers who were left Becky Mountains under Colonel Wood on the first call may get in line for the whom Mr. Boosevelt urged for the next call by organizing as State mi place. We were introduced to this litia. would-bwarrior in his private office The President, at Washington not long since. He allowed Spanish by proclamation, has vessels in United p irts his hair in the middle, wears States waters till May 21 inclusive, for ch jese-ricollar, walks like he was loading, and departing, and Spanish treading upon tacks and shakes hand ships met at sea shall be permitted to in .the disgusting, dudeficd way. He continue their voVage, if loaded before impressed us as being a typical, trim that time in the United States. Spanish dude. Uncle Sam should vessels bound for the United States send a wet nurse along in charcre of which sailed prior April 21, are exempt Boosevelt from capture and allowed to discharge The Hon. John Sherman, Secretary cargo. England has declared neutrality and of State, has tendered his resignation. Judge W. E. Day. First Assistant Sec orderd American vessels to leaye her hours, holding that retary of State, was naied to succeed pjrts within 43 since-Woodford's dishim, while Mr. John B. Moore, an ac war has existed missal. This relieves the United States knowledged authority on internation that might al law, and for some time Second As- of any embarassment grow out of Spain's contention that sistant Secretary of State, was to succeed Judge Day. No the capture of the uuena Ventura was brainier man ever held a portfolio a violation of international law, be than Mr. John Sherman, and it is re- cause it was effected before the time gretted tby all that old age has so named in the President's ultimatum expired. drawn him down as to incapacitate had The blockade of Havana is constant him for further usefulness to his coun ly drawn closer, and the city is destry. cribed as in a state of constant appre Every fellow who has bsen lording hension. Business has been practicalaround in time of peace with a milita ly suspended. Prices of provision ry handle to his name, should be made were doubled Saturday and aeain to take up a gun and defend his title. Monday, and it is predicted that buch an order would almost depopu agents of the army will seizs every late Kentucky, but "darn their milita grocery and provision store before the ry looks," make them take the field end of the week. Reconcentrados are being driven te the country to starve. and, prove their claims to the war-U- k prefixes they have tacked onto their The revenue biil to help raise war names. funds provides.for an increase of the tax on beer to $2 a barrel, on manufactA fellow over at Lexington says he ured tobacco 12c, cigars 4 per 1,000, wants to enlist and fight a3 a private. cigarettes $4 and tobacco dealers will Vie admire the fellow's thoughtful have to pay a license of $12 to $43. All nesi From present indications there patent medicines are to be taxed, chewwill be more generals and colonels ing gum lc a package, ginger ale and than anything else, and a plain ori mineral waters 2c a pint, all checks vate will be so much of a rarity that and evidences of draft will have to be he will go down in history as one of stamped and tea and coffee will have to pay 10 and 4c a pound respectively. the curiosities of the war. The Island o'- Cuba is 750 miles long, averages about 50 broad and contains The Richmond Register is getting miles. It double-jointe- d hump on itself. When 43,220 square hilly, but is largely mountainous aud the nlains ;i paper outside otja. city can get out well watered and very fertile. Su?ar creditable a dailv ht Tiacrcia ana roDacco are its cneii products tho' now doing' it is hustle, with a capital tropical fruits and croDS are lariralv raised. Mahogony is one of its valuable timbers. Hurricanes sometimes d U B A N O I L curt cause destruction. Earth Dfaftltotf C IMIIIVI I Cuts,' Burns, Bruises, Bheu quakes are frequent Slavery was in '63 though 65 per cent, of inatism and Sores. Price, 25 cents iut population is negroes. able-bodie- d 4 n. e Presi-idena blet-head5 wide-sprea- Mat Siler contemplates moving to White Lick. Born, to the wife, of John ltichard- od, a little girl. We are expecting a big crowd here Sunday to the Dedication. The telephone line is about complete rom Crab Orchard to this place. OR J. L. Hutchins will move his goods to his new store house this week. Billie Rothwell has joined the mili tia, and other bo3'S are talking of joiu- ng. Rev. F. B. Jones is attending the District Conference at Danville this week. Willie Fettus, who has been on the sick list for some time is able to be out again. James Thompson has rented a part Orders taken for all of the Harber house and will go to g soon. F. F. Cummins and wife, and sister. Miss Addie, have been visifng their uncle, W. i. l'herigo. W. A. Larson E. W. Lillnrd. was here Tuesday morning on busi- house-keepin- Mastic Mixed Paint. THE BEST BRANDS OF White Lead and Oil. We are Glad to Sell Either. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. Foreign or Domestic 3I:igizincs or Newspapers. Jno. 15 .Stent. Organdie Populaire 7 y2Q yard. This is a beautifully fine sheer American organ die in a fine line of new patterns. We have 50 pieces, no two alike and all pretty. "When you see these you will agree with us in thinking that considering the extremely low price and the "beauty of material and designs, this is the greatest value ever offered in wash goods in Danville It is a preat,leap srrom the old fash ioned doses of and nauseous physics to the pleasent little pills s Little Early Risers. known as De Witt They cuse constipation, sick headache and biliousness. Stormes' D.ug Store. blue-mas- Lillavd Sioviz, eadingQruqgists.j & Stationery, Faints, Oils, Etc. :- -: ORCHARD GROVE. Mushrooms arc ripe. G. W. Durham has grippe. Mrs E I. Naylor is improving. Johns Middleton says he could whip half a dozen Don's, but can't leave his girl and corn "crop." John Will Huffman says the only paper in the universe is the Cincinna ti iinquirer. lie ought to talte tne Recokd Several of our boys enlisted Mondav, The Spaniards had as well go home, now, ana dj content with their treacn- erv and meanness. Rus. Humphrey has had lightning rods put on his dwelling; a building that has stoo the storms of a century almost. He now expects it t- remain till Gabriel sends forth the blast that is to be the signal that the end has come. Then woe be to the rodder of houses. What an industrious people we are especially after two or three days rain We lust sit round and grumble, and when the sun begins to shine and 'terra firma's" in condition to plow some of us don't get up 'til 8 or 9 o clock, and then we "cuss" because it rams so much, and always at the wrong time. 1 BA3SXVIII,E, KENTUCKY. fARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS. Eememher us when wanting a new Parasol or Umbrella. We have white ruffled Parasols al silk at $1.25 and $1.50. Fancy stripe and plaid all silk Parasols, canopy tops at $1.50. Tucked canopy top silk parasols $2.00. Best quality pure silk Taffeta canopy top Parasols $2.75. AI silk Parasols with 6 inch accordion ruffles at $3 New fancy parasols up to $6.00. 26 inch,stee! rod, changeable silk Umbrellas with silk covers at $2.00. Best quality all silk Taffeta Umbrel las in solid and changeable colors, new handles at $4.00. Black Taffeta Silk Umbrellas on steel rods with covers at $1.39. Danville, Ky. CALDWELL LANIER SHOES. PLEASURE TO LET YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE. 36 inch Penangs 5c. yd. We have just received another lot of full yard wide Penangs in choice light colorings suit able for waists or dresses at 5 c. yd. In 18S8 my wife went East and was attacked witn rheumatism. She receiv ed no relief until she tried Cnamber Iain's Pain Balm. Since that time we have never been without it. We find it irives instant relief in cases of burn and scalds and is never failing for all rheumatic and neura pains. D. Brant, Santa Ynez, Cal. For sale by R. E. MeRoberts, Lancaster Uy. HUBBLE. Mrs. week. OILiXj OUST TJS. . TRUNKS andVALISES. WE WANT TO SEE YOU Ball is on the sick list this Whether You Buy Or Not. S. BEAZLEY, "o!J SIiouM Iiuo"!:cuil-(.j- Commencement Goods. It will all WHITE GOODS. at at gandielat 25, 33 i and 40c. Battiste DaL'opsra a little heavier but still very sheer at 25 to 60c French Nainsooks, 48 inch at 50 and 60c. Per sian Lawns at 25c to 40c. Persian Mulls 35c to 60c All these are popular for dresses, with the thinest fabrics in the lead. Our Quarterly meeting will meet at the McKeutfree church bunuayi night. There will also be preach.ng fcatur pay you to come to us for graduating and day night. Joe, of Cum Ed Young and commencement outfits of kinds. "We berland county, brother and loted several head of over Sunday with b AI. bpoona catt'e are showing full lines of more, which they disposed of on the Lancaster market, Monday. Miss Fannie Underwood was th truest of Miss Sallies Smith, last TueS' day and Wednesday. Mr. Jas. Dillon and daughter. Nellie, were the guests and 40, 50, 60 and of S. II. Spoonamore Pricefamily Tues 67 inch real french organdie Sutton, and day. Mr. and Mrs. Bettie Alexander, 15c to 40c. Swiss Miss the guests of Mrs. ot McC:eary 75c. 32 inch organdie bamantha ba were Mull, a beautiful wash goods as sheer as any or mautha Alexander, Saturday and Sun day. was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and D arrhoea Remedy in the Worcester En terprise recently, which leads ma to write this. I can truthfully say Inev er used any reme.ly equal to it for col ic and diarrhoea. 1 have never had to use more than one or two doses to cure the worst case with myself or children. W. A. Stroud, Popomoke City, Md For sale by R. E. Mcnoberts Lancas ter, Ky. l:nov t:iat , t'.io Teeth filled and extracted with out pain. Crown acd Bridire Work a specialty. OSce over J. K. llaseldea'a hardware store, nest to Court House, Lancas- "DENTIST. ter, Ky. ORGANIZED 1883. 'ITEMS U NATIONAL BANK, YI. OP LA50A3TER. I Capital, Surplus Fund Isthn hrst tor Vzr.ttz TfsiJ. CcTcris all lio:i'lboL jlrresuliiritlPSJriFci.JjUiiircan?. itaiien InrCbewr-- i Lricanrt before X'!:.!iirth.j Piiflicra "ii'-- lrr.c" rcn-ri:oIl!io j ;ten for t worn y year:. "f..' r.n!br KtY.'PptirfrV'vlMlni Jo., Chat- For sale by R. E. McRoberts.Lancaster EverythiDfl; new $100,000 15,000 BUSINESS SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt AtteatlonGnaraateed J. M. Higqixbothax Lkwis Y. Lkavmx B. F. Hudson W. O. Kiqnky President Cashier Assistant Cash'r Bookkeeper DIRECTORS: SILKS. Nets &c, CD. WALKER 27 inch pure china silks in white and all colors FLATWOOD. at 50c Taffeta silks in plain and figured, white James Miller and family spent and colors 75c up. Muslins De Soie, Chenille, day'at .Mose Lawson's. &c. Sun- - ani SesiraWe in J.M.HlQOINBOTHAX, LlWIfl Y.LEAVUL, LACES. Thousands of yards of every kind and quality. Vai Laces at 2, 3, 4, 5 6c and up to 50c yd. every QJohn Judson, one of our neighbor SPUING AND boys has volunteered to go to tig at xor Cuba. SUMMER Joseph. Tankersley is very low at this writing and is not expectel to J.S.Johnson, H.C.Arnold, Jr. Aux.Gibbs, T.M.Arnold, B. F. Hudson. J.J.Walxxr Jacob Y. Robinson. width with insertions to match. White and black footing from 4 to 5 inch. Fancy laces of every grade and width. 3-- RIBBONS. in MILLINERY live many days. Warren Slaven and John Doty, o." bought out the Point Leavell store AT SEASONABLE PRICES. O. T. Wallace and son. Messrs. Ilouse and Vaught wera through this neighborhood represent- COME AND SEE US. ing the Knoxville, Tenn., nursery last week. Gabe Baker and Miss Mary Henderson, aged respectively 21 and 41 were married last Friday, the 22d, at the house of the bride's mother, by Rev. Ira Parton. Morgan Denmark. Morgan Denmark U a bay stallion. lf hands high. He Is splendidly bred, as a glance at hU pedigree will show. He will make tbe present season ot 1S98 at our stable, on the new pike, 5 miles from Danville, Miss Sallie Tillett. At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Care takan to prevent accidents, but not How to Find Out. Filll a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty-fo- u hours ; a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. WHAT TO DO. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wi&h in relieving pain in kidneys, liver, bladder and the back, every part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to bold urine and scalding pain in passing it, or bad ef fects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during tne nignc to urin ate. The mild and extraordinary ef is soon realized. It feet of Swamp-Rostands the highest for its wonderful distressing cases. If cures of the most you need a medicine you should hnve tne best, com dv druggists, price nicy cents and one dollar. Yon may have a sample bottle and nam pie t both sent free by mail, upon stamps to receipt of' three cover cost of postage on the bottle. Mention The Central Record and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuinesp, of this oner. tn two-ce- The biggest line this section. Prices lower than any. Sashes by tlie yard from 65c up. Fringed Sashes $2.75 to $7.00. W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & Gulley. First-Cla- s KID GLOVES. While kid gloves in 2 snap buttons $1.00 to $1.75. Party gloves from 8 to 24 buttons. All the new and staple shades in Kid Gloves from $1.00 up. All fitted to the hand. LIVERY STABLE. should any occur. Lien retained oa colts for the season money. Mares traded before fact la ascertained mute season money due. Morgan Denmark was foaled In KS3. He lJ by On Time, son of Stonewall Jackson ; 1st dam Lady Morgan, by Stonewall Jacksou ; 2nd dam by Virginius; 3rd dam by Matchless; 1th dam by Transby. Morgan Denmark is one of the best bred sad-di- e stallions in Kentucky. Has good mane and tail, and good, long, rangy neck Don't fail to see him Will also stand ONE GOOD MULE JACK at $5.00 to insure. 2) Gt. BAUGnMAN HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Danville, Ky. BRO'S. THE TRAVELING MEN. CAPITAL ) ) f20O 1,000.00 L BUNK j 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All parties having claims against the assign ed estate ol W. A.Todd will present the same to me at Wallaceton, Ky., or my attorney, Wm. McC. Johnson, at Lancaster, Ky.. on or before May 1st, 1893. This Feb. 23rd, 1S0S. GEO. A. BALLARD, Assignee W. A. Todd 4t SURPLUS. 165,000.00. LANCASTER, KY. &sii!lkJ President. Jno. E. Storm es. Vice President. Wm. H. Kinnxird, Cashier. A. B. Denny.- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons Knowing themselves Indebted to the estate of the late Dr. W. 8. O'Neal will please call and settle with L. F. Hubble and greatly oblige me. M. Y. O'NEAL, S. C. Dxnnt, Assistant Cash'r. &. T. Embrt J. F. Robinson. Jr. Book-keep- Ass't m2 DIRECTORS Xairville5 Ky. Sam'l.D. Cochran, Alex. S. Denny. W. R. Cook, Apr 25 3t Administratrix. Jas Splliaan, A. C. Robinson. L. Davidson, Jao.E. Stormes, IfcEDY for BUSINESS. 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. NOW MOTHER! MRS. 3IOODY HABDEN. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, ' There is no to word so full of meaning PICK-UP- S. and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that of " Mother " she who watched over our helpless infancy and guidTHE STATE GUARD RAW RECRUIT DAY. ed our first tottering step. Yet the life of every Expectant Moth- Of Kentucky Very l'oorly KijmII'IXmI The Tlir Ivrntr.c'.y lleglments Ileitis; Ht crnlte.l AVar Department Informed of the Fact. Up to the Ouota Busy Sunday In Franker is beset with danger and all efLouisville, Ky., fort. fort should be made to avoid it. tucky troops will beApril 27. The Kenmobilized at Lou1'hankfout, Ky., April 25. Sunday so assists nature isville probably within tha next few i was '"raw recruit" day in Kentucky. I STATE NEWS I Change of Business. j Having purchased the entire stock of will continue business and have a J. G. Sweetie-- , I Millinery. April, 29, - 1898. PERSONAL Jj yei;r. Dont say we gave it away. The Record is under lasting obligations to Miss Alice W. Hudson, the accomplished and charming president, of the Chris-tai- n for a report of prcce-sdinEndeavor. Miss Hudson is an earnest worker for the society and to her is due a large share of credit for organizing and maintaining the local society. Hon. Steve White, of Madison, was in town Monday. Mr. Jesse S.vceney is in the cities buying summer goods. Miss Helen Thurmond is the guest of Mrs. Uriah Simpson. Dave Logan, of Boyle, was among the court day visitors. Miss Altie Marksbury entertained a few friends Monday evening. A word to the wise is sufficient" and a word from the wis J should be sufficient, but you ask, who are the wis ? 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 gives better satisfaction than any other in the market. He has been n the drug business at Elk ton, Ky., for twelve years; has sold hundreds of all other cough Senator Geo. Farris is at home after thisrcmedy and nearly medicines manu'acnured, which shows Severn! weeks' trip on the road. conclusively that Chamberlain's is the Mrs. Mount, of Lagrange, is the most satisfactory to the people, and is guest of Mr. R. EL McRoberts and fam- the best For sale by R. E McRoberts, ily. Lancaster Ky. A. 1L Rice left Monday for NashY. P. S. C. E. ville, Tenn., to be absent several weeks. and Interesting Meeting Mr. and Mrs. John Baughnian, of Held tn This City. Danville, spent Sunday with Miss Dove Harris. The fourth annual convention of the Miss Battle Edmlnston, of Crab Or- Eighth District Union Y. P. S. C. E. of chard is the guest of MUs Florence Keutuely, met at the Presbyterian church, of this place, Friday a'ternoon Harris. pril 22d. The exercises were opened Hon R. C. Warren and wife of Stan- with devotional service led by A. H. visiting Lancaster relatives Feran, of Danville, president of the ford were Monday. Union. The evening service commenced Mrs. Win. Mason and daughter, Miss Margaret, were in Danville shopping promptly at 7:15, with devotional and praise service led by J. V. Rainey, of last week. Danville, followed by an address on Mrs. M. E. Young has returned from Endeavor Work" by Dr. GcoJloe, of a business trip of several days to Lin- Harrodsburg. coln county. Oa Saturday morning business was Mr. Veraon Richardson, of Danville, in order, reports from all the societies was here Monday with his friend, Mr. represented were read. The report of Henry Faulconer. the Christian Endeavor Society of the lanMrs. Utter Pope and Miss Maud Deaf and Dumb was given in sign Moore, of Danville, have bjen Mrs. guage by a Mute. A very interesting feature of the Saturday morning ser Wm. Romans1 guests. vice was the State Endeavor song and Mrs. W. A. Beazley and son, Will, of 'Nearer My God to Thee," given in Crab Orchard, are visiting Dr. W. S. sign language by four Mutes. An ad Beazley and family. dress by Dr. Worrell on "Denomina Mr. J. M. Thomas, Jr, of Danville, tional Loyalty, and Fellowship," completed the was the guest of his uncle, Mr. 1L B. morning programme. North jott, Sunday. Mr. Cloyd Johnston, of Hustonville, wife and baby, gave a short talk, subject, "Tenth LeMr. Jack McRobe.-tcf L'ineville, arc visiting relatives in gion," and Miss Carrie Riker, of Har- the city this week. rodsburj, discussed "Junior Work." Mis Mamie Edminston and Maggie The afternoon session was concluded Pleasant, of Crab Orchard, visited Mrs. with the Lord's Prayer and Doxology given by the Mutes. Ansil George this week. The praise service was led Saturday Mrs. Alec West visited her daughter, evening by Rev. Faulconer. Rev. A. Mrs. C F. Den man, in N.cholasvillc Dericl", of M t. Sterling, gave an ad several days last weelc dress on '"Municipal Pride." followed Master George B. Eoty, of Brannon, by a reception for the delegates. Kv., was the guest of his cousin MasThe Sunday morning services were bsgun with a service prayer meeting, ter Hugh Miller, a few days since. Harrods-burMesdames Bettie Beaziey and Frank led by Miss Amy Goodloe, of 'J he regular church services Austin, leave next week for Salome Springs, Ark., where they will reside were held at 11 o'clock, Dr. Goodloe preaching the sermon. in the future. Oa Sunday afternoon there were Mr. William II. Collier of Frankfort, short talks by Messrs. Sharp, Chris- was here Mon lay to see his mother and tenson, Rainy, of Danville, Mr. Allen, Bister. He will go to the war on Col. of Harrodsburg, and Mr. Faulconer, Gaitber's staff as regimental quarter- of Lancaster. After praise service master. Sunday evening, Miss Nannie C. of Danville, led the ConseMr. Rowan S ufl;y, of the Stanford Journal, came over Sunday to join the cration meeting, in which all the sociarmy. He is a worthy chip of the old eties represented responded, either inblock and would fight his weight in dividually or in concert. Then Mr. Arrick preached the Convention Ser wild cats. mon, after which the convention was The Louisville papers announced the dismissed with the Mizpah benedic engagement of Miss Chastine Mac tion to meet in 1S99 at Stanford. The Gregor to Mr. Ernest Sprague, of that officers elected for the coming year city, but the rumor has since been are as follows: President, Harry Al denied by MissMacGregor's father. She len, Harrodsburg; Vice President, F. is quite a favorite and has many wa:m Ricke- -, Harrodsburg; Secretary and friends and admirers in Lancaster. Treasuer, Miss Margaret Allen, Har The Record is "onto" a wedding rcdsburg; Corresponding Scc'y., Miss which will take olace in Lancaster Nannie Caldwell, Danville. Directors: Garrard county, Annie Royston; Linearly next month. It will be quite surprise, although the young man has coln, Geo. Carpenter; Boyle, Howarl been loving the fair Miss and courting Hopper, Mercer, Mrs. Edwards and d Miss Alice Berry. for almost like a Following is a list of s, ll, sixteen-year-ol- days, no definite orders having been received as to the time of departure the Expectant for the south. The state is called upon regiments of infantry, or Mother is ena- for three and two troops of cavalry. men, bled to look The infantry regiments arc almost without complete now, but no effort has been dread, suffering or gloomy fore- made as yet to raise a trojp of cavbodings, to the hour when she alry. experiences the joy of Motherhood. The Kentucky state guard is very Its use insures safety to the lives poorly equipped, not more than a third of them being properly uniformed or of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before armed. The war department has been and it been confinement in short, it "makes informed of the fact allowedhas mobto asked that the men be Childbirth natural and easy," as ilize in Louisville for drill work while so many have said. Don't be they are waiting for their uniforms persuaded to use anything but and other equipments. Mother s Friend sws for-wa- MOTrlER'SJRIEND " My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did altogether with her last, havinjj previously used four bottles of 'Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a MOTHER ," says a customer. IIendeeson Dale, Car mi, Illinois. Druggists nt 11.00, or sent by express on receipt of price. Write for book containing testimonials nd valuable Information for all Mothers, free. The BradOeld Begnlator Co., Atlanta, Ga. Of FEDERAL PLUMS Snatched Away From the Louisville Holders. Ofllco J. Arrick. Mrs. Mary S. Parker, Danville Misses Ella Barker, Mary Cox, Hattie L. Marrs, Nannie C. Caldwell, Althea Ldyard, Bellis Nelson, Mary Nichols, Belle Cox, Mary Simpson, Ella Sallee, E Ina Sallee, Efiie Thurmond, Edna Adams, Messrs. L. II Hudson, C.Chris-tenseAlex. Sharp, Dr. Worrell, Mr II. C. Ferran. Mr. W. C. Ledyard. Kentucky School for the Deaf Mr. Thos. W. Barbee, Misses Alice Ilaynes, Belle Lunceford, Annie Yowell, Wille Anderson, Mamie Ballou, Messrs. Wm Fugate, Augustus Daflat. A. About The Size of It. In his Lancaster letter to the Stanford Journal, Judge Hughes says the editor of The Recoisd "has bright prospects for securing a highly honorable and lucrative position." We have a line out for a certain "position" in the army, the "lucrative" part of which is somewhere in the neighborhood of 13 per month. Physical disabilities pre vent ourenlisting in the Infantry and, unless the "position" sought after is secured, instead of running from Span ish bullets we will stay at homj and run The Recced. lllicumatism Cured. My wife has usetl Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism with great relief, and I can reccommend it as a splendid liniment for .rheumatism and other household use for which we have found it valuable. W. J. Cuylek, Red Cheek, N. Y. Mr. Cuylcr is one of the leading mer chants of this village and one of the most prominent men in this vicinity. W. G. Pmrrix, Elitor Red Creek Herald. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster Ky. My fine Jersey Bull, Garrard S'gnal, out of a tested dam, will stand at my farm at 2. the season. Money due at J. S. Robinson. time of service. My fine red Durham Bull will make the season oi ivJi at my place one mile from Lancastar, j at 2.00. Money due when services are rendered. Geo. W. Evaxs. PHAETONS ' Ek, Ms 1 an! ROADWAGONS. DELEGATES PRESENT. Harrodsburg Misses Carrie M. Ri ker, Amy Goodloe. Mrs. Goodloe, Dr. Goodloe, Misses Margaret Allen, Su san R'xler, Stella Hambres, Elizabeth Bradshaw, Burnette Cox, Alma Mor gan, Bessie Miller, Lucy Goode, Carrie Stagg, Emma Middleton; Messrs.""!). P. Van Arsdall, Harry Moore, J. IL Al len. Junction City Misses Katharine Cox Bertha Grubbs, Alma Tuttle, Katharine Hood, Maude Tharp, Bathesba Clarkson, Minnie Yaden, Bettie Cox, my store and we will ex Lucy Bussing, Bettie Bussing, Mary Call at Williams, Belle Prewitt.Fidella Tharp, plain how to Frances Arons, Maggie Powell, Messrs & W. Arons, D. T. Grubby C. IL Cox, Get One of these. Roasters Free! E. A. Booth. Burgin Misses Alice Burgin, Anne I now have on hand Burgin, Sophia Burgin, Emma Buster, Mattie Engleman, Sal lie Engleman, lie Best Garieii Seeis in Bull Mr. John Buster. Huslonvilie Mrs. Jane Cloyd, Misses LANGDON'S BREAD DAIL.Y, Lena Yowell, Anna Johnston, Victoria Bishop, Nona Brown, Ariadne Wright, NICEST Jessie Powell, Battie Powell, Mary Adams, Jennie McKinney, Mr. R. J. CANDIES We have on our floor two carloads of the finest and most complete line of PHAETONS, BUGGIES, SURRIES and HOAIWACONS ever shown in Lancaster. Our prices are lower than can be found anywhere. Our guarantee is better. We can save you from xiii'ton. April 25. Cel. E. II. Gaither, of the Second regiment, came here and inspected the company which has b.'cn tilled ready for service. Goes as Ch:iil:iln. Owi.VGSViLLE, Ky., April 27. Rev. J. Capt. J. C. Uryant met and enrolled L. Iroin, pastor of Mencfcc Memorial about 35 members toward a battalion Presbj'terian church, left Tuesday to which he proposes to offer to the presjoin the Second Kentuekv retrimeut un ident. Capt. Longmire has a company Mr. of 100 men ready to place in this bat- sive. der Col. Gaither as chaplain. Iroin is ready to take a gun and serve talion when he has assurance that it "And safe beyond the troubled stream, will be called to go to the front. as private. Her tired heart's strife o'er .Miij ir General. Onu angel mother glorified. J. C. Ilrt'vUiiirhle :i The Ti.mpklns-Ivnii- tt Trial. Will grow old never more." Washington, April 27. The appointOwKXSr.ono, Ky., April 22. The trial ment of Gen. Jos. C. Breckinridge, in- of S. P. Knutt and J. B. Tompkins, the spector general of the army, to the leaders of the celebrated Bonharbor SWEENEY. rank of major general has been de- farm fight between the owner, Knutt, cided upon. lie will be assigned to and the overseer, Tompkins, last FriG od corn for sale at W. II. Ander the command of the Kentucky troops. day, is now on, and the court rooms son s. have been crowded all da-- . The damWill Employ Men. Thomas Barnes is very sick at this Louisville, Ky., April 7. Men as age suits resulting from the fight of writing. each faction against the other for well as women will be employed in the Mrs. O. B Perkins spent Ihnrsdav will not come up until the July with her mother, Mrs. Land, of RowUnited States quartermaster's departterm of court, land. ment at Jt ffersonville hereafter. The Mr. Hildreth was here from the AVants u Shot at Weylcr. rush of work necessitates this departLexington, April 23. A select com- mountains Monday, witn a lot of cature from a rule. pany of sharpshooters is being organ- tle for sale, and attended court at Consumption. Died of Ashland, Ky., April 27. Lorin P. ized here by Jake Gay, Kentucky's Lancaster. Miss Nannie McCarley, who is teach In the call Iliddle, recorder of Ashland county, champion live bird shot. His is this sentence, which guarantees it ing a select school at Paint Lick, spent died Monday of consumption. Saturday and Sunday with her p tr- first term would have ended in Septem- to be one of the smartest sets of men who ever went to war from this state: ents, Mr. and Mrs. James McCarley. ber, naxtyear. "To every man who takes the oath in Sae was accompanied by Miss Xsaldie Awaiting the Call. is guaranteed the oppor- Eads and Miss Callic Adams, of that Tlic Heyivoods. OwENsnono, Ky., April 27. Miss this company Miss Annie Dishon tunity of at least one shot at the hated vicinity. sister, Mrs. Lou Gray, isofvisitLiving her It is with great pleasure we anNannie Massie, of Cuvensboro, has Weylcr." ingston. joined the Red Cross society and will nounce the coming of the Prince of K;c.iied the Gallon'. ' Comedians, Alba Heywood aad his go into the field as soon as t?lie call for Habi.an, Ky., April 22. John Sand-liM. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I nurses comes. of Perry county, was Thursday was a sufferer ior ten years, trying all Peerless Company, in a new pioram. Kunniiiff a Line. Mr. Heywood is undoubtedly the most Ky., Apr.l i7. A corps ol sentenced to a life term in the penitenRichmond, kinds of piles remedies, but without and artistic comedian that of the engineers for the proposed Black Dia- tiary forBargcr.murdercrime was an in- success, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve .versatile west. He can tell a funny The tours the mond railroad began Tuesday survey- Thomas Sandlin was a member of was rccommendel to tne. I used one ing a route through Estill county to human una went towhitecapthe c.der box. It has effected a permanent cure.' 'story, sing a comij song and impersona party that ate eccentric characters in a way that the eastern Kentuekv coal fields. Bargcr. The boy was the only one at As a permanent cure for piles De Witt's lis inimitable. While cmvulsing an New Kentucky l'ustm inters. home, and when he would not tell his Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. audience with laughter he never bids Washington, April 27. E. W. Hoke father's whereabouts he was beaten to Stormes' D.'u Store. lm for popularity by descendidg to vulat death. was commissioned postmaster Buechel, Jefferson county, Ky., Tuesgarity or coarseness. He is the favorFatal Kxploition Near Morehead. Mccreary. day vice H. C. Hikes, resigned. ite of the ladies because he undei- MoiiEHKAi), Ky., April 25. A portastands the art of entertaining without ble sawmill boiler, owned by Communicated With Gomez. Mrs. L. C. Peter's of Springfield, is offending, the favorite of men because Washington, April 27. It is said the Richmond Tussie, exploded eight miles the guest of her brother-in-laA. T. landing of Lieut. Fremont from the tor- from here Saturday morning, killing Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Cummins his work is fresh and new, and his fun Sheriff William Candill and and Miss Addie Cummins, of Preach-ersvill- contagious; the favorite of the chilpedo boat Footc on Cuban soil was for visited the family of W. T. dren because he loves them all and the purpcS2 of communicating with Berriously injuring Richmond Tussie. Phengo, last week. 31. 11. t orbes, ot can make their eyes sparkle with deCuban Gen. Gomez to inform him of Sulc.ded by Shooting. W his the plan to land supplies for the starvHexdeksox, Ky., April 21). Richard Bourne, is with Mrs. brother,Dunn, and their little mouths open with ing at a certain port, which would be JI. Newcom, a railroad engineer, com- Porbes, this week. visiting R. W. daugh light her wonder at his wonderful mimicry and which to mitted suicide here Friday morning by of Shelby City, is established as a bass from ter, Miss banuidge. airs, inas. ventriloqual powers Mr. Hey wood's send arms and ammunition to the shooting himself through the heart. White and busie children, of Richmond, vispatriot army. He was successful, it Despondency from an attack of con ited her father, Zaek Simpson, last supporting artists are close seconds in is reported here. week. R. L. Warren visited friends popular favor and make a perfect sumption was the cause. in Kirksville, the first of the week. background for this bright, particular A Hanging at Newcastle, Fa. Fur the Maine Monument Fund. Miss Bertha Burnside returned home .tar. This company will be seen here Newcastle, Fa., April 27. Frank FltANKFor.T, Ky., April 25. The so with a'ter Jongran was hanged in the yard of the ciety young people of this city will Friday, here. spending a week Win- on Saturday evening, the 30th. ReS. S. Yantis, of friends county jail Tuesday morning for the give a unique "cake walk" entertain- chester, was here last week. served seats at Stormes' Drug Store. murder of his sweetheart, Jessie ment next week, the proceeds of which as broken by the are to go to the "Maine monument His neck drop and death resulted in eight min- fund." He protested his innocence to utes. Fair Volunteers. the end. Lexington, Ky., April 25. A class of Hanging at Kiilgeway. Doable young Lexington women, who are to Ridgeway, Pa., April 27. Fred Rock- volunteer under the Red Cross of ue- well and Patrick Hanya were hanged neva, will begin Receiving instructions maneu-vre- s in the Elk county jail at 10:40 Tuesday. in nursing the wounded by the bisters Rockwell murdered Lewis Haines on of Charity at St. Joseph's hospital this December 21, 1890, and Banya mur- week. dered Paretto Agusta on July 25, 1807. Too Patriotic. Both confessed to thsir spiritual adLouisville, Ky., April 23. Fifty viser. prisoners in the workhouse organized Nominated by the President. a military company, Washington,. April 27. The presi- themselves into and Friday, through Superintendent dent has nominated William R. Day, Vetter, petitioned Judge lhompson to of Ohio, to be secretary of state, vice sat them free that they might go to John Sherman, resigned, and John B. the front for Uncle Sam. Judge Moore, of New York, to be assistant rejected the offer uncondl secretary of state, vice William R. Day. Thomson tionally. To Build One Hundred Torpedo Boat, Alix. Fence Admitted Pittsburgh, Pa., April 27. It was Richmond, Ky., April to Ball. Alex. 23. reported Tuesday that the Carnegio Pence, held for the murder of young Steel Co. had completed its shipment James Smith, was admitted to 3,000 of material for 100 torpedo boats to be bail Friday by Circuit Judge Scott and built by the government in eastern released. shipyards. II Is Body Found In the River. Nobody drinks water i in JohannesBowling Gheen, Ky., April 25. The burg, as they fear typhoid fever. Beer body found in the river near here has is a favorite beverage, but it comes been identified as that of Alonzo high, being 50 cents per glass and SI Staples, a wealthy man of Glasgow per bottle. Junction, who left about the time of the arrest of the McCoanell girls after an infant had been found dead. Ors:in . Louisville, Ky., April 27. There is consternation in the oflieo of surveyor of the Port Harnett, due to the abolition of four good offices. Government experts came here about ten days ago from Cincinnati and examined the ofiiee. After their report was made Secretary of the Treasury Gage abolished the offices of cashier, held by E. D. Guffy, at a salary of Sl,S0O per year; entry clerk, held by Buck Park, al 51, 400 per year; inspector of excursion steamers, held by Bartholomew Smith, at S'JO per month, and a number ol clerkships. Mr. Guffy resigned as as sistant secretary of state to accept his position. I jitretl IIutl:tnil Shoots. OWKXsnoiio, Ky., April 27. Dan was shot and killed by Bot Fisher, the latter alleging that Wilkcr-sohad alienated the affections of his d wife. A shotgun was the weapon used, and when found Wil kerson had a revolver in his hand, Fisher surrendered himself and was bailed at once. Tha grand jury will probably return a speedy indictment Wednesday. n double-barrele- only 40 or 5) men in each company, has volunteered as a body in tintici j of the call expected Monday. They number only about 1,500 men, and as Kentucky's quota is expected 8,450, the state guard, to be which the governor has signiGcd will be given the preference, has gone to work to recruit itself up to 12 companies in each regiment with 103 men to a company. By this means individual volunteers and small companies of volunteers are given a chance to go on the lir.-- call, and are taking advantage of it by hurriedly enlisting in the growing state guard. Outside volunteers expect to be drawn upon to fill up tlu short regiments and et.mpatiiis when the final formation of regiments and the appointment of begin. olliccrs The adjutant general and the governor have notified the volunteer colonels o; the regiments to meet here Monday when the details will be gone over. Private advices from Washington say that Adjt. (Jen. Collier, because of his rank and widely known war record, will be made the first brigadier general from Kentucky. t eight or nine companies each, with The state guard of three regiments of Nice, New and Complete Stock of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, and FURNISHNG GOODS, and will appreciate the patronage of all." Respectfully, I. V J ."J j'jL!i"i)lif 1 W. jr. Sweeney. 7& BUCKEYE. 10.-5- Mrs. Elizabeth McKee Smith Was the daughter of Hujh W. McKee, Esq , and wife of George W. Smith. A ter a lon and painful illness, she ireathed her last on the morning o: tae 21st mst. bae bore her sufferings Ccvinton Case Reversed. Fr.vnkfout, K", April 23. The court of appeals, in a djcis'on Friday reversed the circuit court in the casj cf the city of Covington vs The appellee, who is the NaJaud. owner of abutting property, suod to enjoin the collection of improvements on Scott street, the objection being that the bonds issued by the city increased Covington's indebtedness beyond the constitutional limit. The court in the opinion, hold that the ordinance is constitutional, and that Kudatid must pay up. LnxiNOTOX, wii:i great resignation, oftea saying, 'God loath all things well," the truth of which gave her strength and com fort At 34 years of age Mrs. Smith was left a widow with six children to be brought up and provided for. She bravely met her responsibilities and ived to see all of them established in business. Their attention and devotion to her is proof that tlu was a good mother. When very young she oincd the Methodist church, but a number of years since she .became a member of the Presbyterian church, and died in that faith. The placid, peaceful face almost bu ried by lovely flowers, surely was a balm to the hearts of the bereaved children. The funeral exercises, conducted by Rev. Henry N. Faulconer, assisted by Elder Gowen, were si.nple and impres Ky., ir sit I.i 'J cattle ot per head, There was a musical at W. B. Ray's, Priday evening. J. W. Brown is giving hi home a new coat of paint. Allen Ray bought at court two calves at 81- - oO per hea 1. Reather Ray had a lu rse to stray from home last week, and was found in Mercer county, where it was raised. Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, was calling on old friends here last week. V. U. Il:ty and wife, accompanied by their uioiuer, Mrs. Wm. Barton, visited M s. John Adams, who has been piite sick, but is better at this writing. War, war, is all we can hear on every side. It may bo patriotic, noble, tnd brave, for our b ys to don the soldiers garb, s.houlder tne musket, take ieave of loved ones, and olf to fight the Spaniards; but there is such a feeling of sadness comes over us when we think o. how many happy homes will be darkened, ere this cruel war is over, and we are seltish enough to say that the Unite I States should have let Spain alone. Reports say that two or three of our citizens have enlisted, and others say they will enlist, and are ready to march to the music. War or something else, has put new life into business, our mercuants being k ;pt busy waiting on customers, aud it looked like Buckeye was having county court Monday, but it should be so, when our merchants keep everys thing that is handled in a country store, besides a line of furniture, wall paper, paints, drugs, millinery etc., and we have two fine blacksmith who are prepared to work for the traveling public, and also carpenters, painters, bricklayers, shoemakers banjomakers, physicians, school teachers, churches and Sunday schools and as line farmers and stock raisers as can be found in the state and a mail carrier who faithfully discharges his duty in bringing the daily mail, which is s"o eagerly looked for thesa war times. And the last but not least, is, So we have good, industrious women. you see a'l B ic'ceye needs is railroads and electric lights. first-clas- L. P. Brown bought 10 n, 5 e. . Cor-rin- 10,000 THOOPS 63. Encamped and engaged in daily at the park of Chickamauga. Chick 'arnaviga, ROUND TRIP GREATEST Sight Since EXCURSION TO CHATTANOOGA Richmond, Ky., April 21. Boonesbor-ong- h chapter, D..A. R., this city, has from Junction City, leaving over the For the speedy and permanent cure of on any vehicle you buy. tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Cham- started a movement to raise 81,000 for berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is of a monumjnt to Daniel We also have a complete line of without an equal. It relieves the itch-in- the erection the sight of the old pioAdams. Boone on the THE CITY Turnersville Messrs. S. C John- Harness we and smartinir almost instantly and neer fort at Boonesborough, 12 milct exceedingits continued use effects a permanent north of here. A. & B. Boquet and Proctor Knott ston, Cyrus Gover, Misses Anna Gover, ly low. cure. It also cures itch, barber s itch, Anna Crow. Cigars. Best in the market. ninnies, itching piles, at Come and see us. No scald head, sore chronic sore eyes and Kentuo'.cy Troop April SC. TheloaisvlUe. Stanford Misses Mattie Bosley, chapped hands, rendez Washington, May 2nd Tickets good We handle only the Best Goods Byrd Givens, Mr. E L. Grubbs, Rev trouble to show goods. granulated lias. troops to be mustered in vous for the and strive to please. service of the volunteer army in W. C. RINEARSON Gen'I Dr. CtAjH Ceftditle Pewiers for the be at Louisville. CUBAN RELIEF cures OfoftifeM Colic' Keiiralgiaand Toothache Co., horses are the best tonic, blood purifier Kentucky will . J. ROMANS CHAS. W. ZELL, Division Pass'r Agt. Cincinnati, for HllllviS in five minute. eourStoraach and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by or call on Q. & C. Ticket Agents. and Stumer Complaint. Price, 25 Casta, We print envelopes. LANCASTER, KY. B-- Ji McRobert?, Druggist, Lancaster $5 to $$5.00 Skin Diseases. Monument to Boone. Saturday, April until IN e QUEEN and CRESCENT to return. Pass'r Agt,, or particular Reudt-svon- H. M. BALLOU f Me night train. Write G. S. Sialby FARM AND STOCK Ji.COO NOTES. I bushels orn wanted. I will jrivc one dollar and sixty cents per birrel for 1,000 barrels of corn delivered at the Pilgrimage Distillery during the months of March and April. J NO. V. Miller, Mgr. For nale. Two short horn Hull calves ages C and t months, for particulars apply to tf. S Claincs: T. S. Elk in bought a nice thousand pound cow .or 3i. T. S. Elkin bought of Alec Walker a fat cow for 3 S. II. Anderson sold Dave lVewitt a i i'je lot of shoals at 3c (J (Ireen 'J odd sold to Henry Hurt 20 103 lb. shoats at 3 cents. l'eel of Jessamine sold L P. Brown 10 calves at SIS. CO per head. Swinebroad bought of l'eel 23 head of year iags at $23 00 per head Joel Walker sold to Dave P.cwitt 12 shoats averaging 110 ibs. at 3 10. W. 15. Burton bought of Jno. Collier, a nice harness gelding for 103.00. U. W. Anderson bought of Thos Bourne 0 TO lb. shouts for $15.03. A'.ec Walter boujht of C. W. Anderson 20 shorts averaging 125 lbs. at 3c W. G Anderson sold to L. P. Brown of Buckeye a nice bunch of calves at 23.000 per head. Lyou and Allen sold Cotton&Moore, of Madison, 15 yearlings at$JS.5J per head. Lucien 1'orkins bought of Madison parties a few choice yearlings at S20.00 per he.id. B. P. Ilob":nson bought of Ben l'ott?, Jsc'.t Turner and others, a load of hogs at 3 1 4c n Col. W. S. Beaz'.ey sold to B. P. a nice load of fat hogs averaging 1C5 lbs. at 3 4 ?. Morgan and Robinson bought of B. cts. Brown a few 240 lb. hogs at 3 and some of Jno. Crest at same price. W. G. Anderson bought of J. M. Roberts a bunch of nice calves at $17.-per head. C W. Anderson sold to Lyon & Allen, of Lincoln, 15 yearling cattie avcts. eraging 045 lbs. at 4 McCarley and Lawson shipped a nice load of hogs to Cincinnati market this week bought of Cook, Davidson and Burton for which they paid 3 Morgan and Robinson shipped a nice load of kogs this week to Cincinnati that cost them 3 The Louisville races will be bigger and better this spring than ever be-- f re. Read notice elsewhere in The Record. A good horse can travel 400 yards in minutes at a walk; 400 yards in two minutes in a trot, and 400 yards in one minute at a gallop. The Quartermaster General of the Army has been instructed to purchase 1,003 horses for transportation purposes. The purchase will probably be made at St. Louis or Kansas City. Lincoln Notes Mr. F. Reid says that Golddast horsis will sell. He sold a yearling to an Ohio party the other day for 100. F. Bishop bought in the West End a lot of butcher stuff to 3 and sold to G. A. Peyat 2 ton 2) shoats at 3. G L. Dawes bought J. E. Lynn's of wool at lSe, but as that gentleman had only one sheep, the trade nas a small one. Ike and Bob-inso4 2 l-l-2 tie from Tennessee which they bought so high they arc ash a roe i to tell what they gave I itcrior Journal. Thirty-Sv- e 3'ears make a generation. That is how long Adolph Fisher, of Zancsville, O., suffered from piles I!e was cured by using three boxes of Witch Ilazil Silver. Stormes' Drug Store. lm The Kentucky Horse Breeder's Association, at Lexington has decided to open 13 early closing purses and stakes for the October meeting. The fixed events foot up $3,0J0 and they are to be supplemented laterTjy other events worth 25,000 more. Thousands of sufferers from grippe have beea restored to health by one Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia grippe, asthma, and all throat and lung diseases. Stormes, Drug Stor. Uhe mule dealers of Kansas City, have formed a ccrabination by which they propose to "bleed" the United States Government. The St. Louis says Uncle Sam has placed orders in Missouri for 1,003 mules for the army in Cuba, and 8,000 will be bought in a few days. The dealers have orders for 3,00), and before they get through they expect to have at least 10,000 more mules ordered by the government. For weeks the Kansas City dealers have had dealers in every county of the State and as a s result they have of the mules in the State that can pass inThey have bought these fection. mules at very low prices, in some instances not paying rrnrc than 43 a head. The mule men admit the existence of the combine, but they decline to discuss it further than to say that the government must pay their price. Their plans for a combination took definite shape when they received a cTrcular from Lieut Smith, of St. Louis, Assistant Quartermaster of the United States Army, for 1,800 artillery mules. In the last six weeks Kansas City dealers have sold about 2,500 mules to the Cuban and Spanish soldiers for the Spanish army in Cuba. A little boy asked for bottle of "get up in the morning as fast as you can.' the druggist recognized a household name for , 'De Witt's Little Early Risers." and gave him a bottle of these famous little pill for constipation sick headache, liver and stomach troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm Globi-Democrthree-fourthHair-Kreatlhair-bread- hirj ja' rjas.vjd 75 cat DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON. Wonderful Piece of Architecture is the Human Ear. Mor Ingenious in Its Conception ami Per-nhi Its Del. cant Vet Substantial Workmanshtp Klcquent The I'readier Kxtols One of the Urcat IJesldiicr'a Masterpieces. ci Escape. "Speaking of escapes," remarked CapL Herndon last night, "there is more apparent, if not more real danger in relating them than there is in the occurrence related. Many of them have bases of fact, and many are untrue, but all of them are brought in their desckiption clear up to the extremist point of danger, and nothing is lost in the telling. But the remarkable escape of Letcher Owsley needs no exageration or embellishment and nothing can add to a plain statement of the facts. The train upon which he was traveling, rushing at an unusal high' rate of speed, thundered down the grade and on to the bridge running over twoyoungmen and three girls, who, from fright, paralysis, or other cause, did not shriek or even cry out. 'J he train plunged off the bridge- at the other end and on to the station. 'i he two young men and the three girls, who were fishing under the bridge, are fishing there yet, so far as Letcher knows." A torpid liver robs you of ambition and ruins your health. De Witt's Little Early Risers cleanse the liver, cure constipation and all stomach and liver, troubles. Stormrs' Drug Store, lm It ia true wisdom for every body to take a thorough course of Swift's Specific just at this season of the year. The blood is sluggish aud impoverished, and the system is full of impurities which should be eliminated. In addition to thoroughly cleansing the blood, and toning up the system so as to avoid loss of appetite and a genn eral feeling in the spring, S. S. S. bo strengthens and builds up as to fortify against the many forms of dangerous illness that abound during the hot summer season. It is a very small matter to take this precaution but it insures health and strength all summer. Swift's Specific run-dow- S.S.S.eBlood is far ahead of all other remedies for this purpose. It is a real blood remedy which promptly purifies the blood and thoroughly renovates the entire system, tones and strengthens the stomach. anct renews the appetite, , It is the only bale touic, being purely vegetable, and the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no arsenic, sulphur, mercury, potash or other mineral substance, which is of so much importance to all who know the injurious effects of these drugs. Nature should be assisted by nature's remedy, S. S. S. Take 8. S. S. and be well all summer. Sutton's Harp. During the winter and spring, Clay Sutton, whose fine farm is near Lancaster, was regaled by a kind of wild, weird, music, much resembling that of the Aeolian harp. He paid but little attention to it until he began to notice that the music varied considerably in tone, tune and volumn. By a little use of his vivid immagination he could set the music to almost any tune with which he was familiar. He sat down with his flute and the sound adapted itself to "Old Kentucky Home," "Old Folks at Home," "Old Billy Barker" and many other familiar old pieces. He then went in search of the phe nomenon, and just across the beauti ful stream which washes the eastern line of his farm he found a small piece of swamp land, literally perforated with craw-fis- h holes ranging in sizj so as to produce all the notes of the scale. He found that the wind, blowing in a certain direction, curved around a projecting point of land and rebounding from a high cliff passed down through some of these craw-fis- h holes and out at others producing the melodies w hich he had heard. He invited all of his friends and neighbors to witness the phenomenon and had the Lancaster band out to play in concert with this grand aeolian harp of terra firma. After it became monotonous to eve rybody. Clay concluded to reclaim the land, and under the advice of Judge fXJ?. Tillett, he scattered soda all over on eating the surface. Th tjucraw-fs- h this soda swelled sp that they could not get back into their holes and most of them died at the very threshold of their own homes. But this left the continu holes opan and the craw-fis- h ed to come up and the music, now, be come annoyingly monotonous, continued to play, clay, knowing the efficacy of dried apples, purchased s ven bushels of this kind of fruit and put a few pieces into each hole. The dampness of the ground caused these pieces to swell, effectually closing the holes and shutting up in the ''black hole of death" every craw-fis- h in the ground, 'lhat piece of land is a beautiful green sward now, with many fine southdown muttons nibbling the grass. Having a fine subsoil of Clay this yarn is Suttonly true. Children like it, it savas their lives We mean One minute Cough Cure, the infallible remedy for coughs colds croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all Stormes. throat and lung trouble Drug Store. lm Dr. Talmage's text Sunday was: Psalms xciv., t): "He that planted the ear, shall he not hear?" Architecture is one of the most fascinating arts, and the study of Egyptian Grecian, Etruscan, Roman, Ityzan-tinMoorish, Renaissance styles of building has been to many a man a Lincoln and York sublime cathedrals, St Paul's and St. Peter's, and Arch of Titus and Theban temple and Alhambra aud Parthenon are the monuments to the genius of those who built them. But more wonderful than any arch they ever lif teil or any transept window they ever illumined, or any Corinthian column they ever crowned, or any gothic cloister they ever elaborated, is the human ear. Among the most skillful and assiduous pli3Tsiologistsof our time have been those who have given their time to the examination of the ear and the study of its arches, its walls, its iloor, its canals, its aqueducts, its galleries, its intricacies, its convolutions, its divine machinery, and yet it will take another thousand j'cars bafore the world comes to any adequate appreciation of what God did when he planned and executed the infinite and overmastering architecture of the human ear. The most of it is invisible and the microscope breaks down in the attempt at exploration. The cartilage which we call the ear is only the storm door of the great temple clear down out of sight, next door to the immortal soul. Such scientists as Helmholtz and Conte and DeBlainville and Rank and Buck have attempted to walk the Waj' of the human ear, but the mysterious pathway has never been fully trodden but by two feet the foot of sound and the foot of God. Three ears on each side of the head the ex ternal car, the middle ear, the internal ear, but all connected by most wonderful telegraphy. The external ear in all ages has been adorned by precious stones or precious metals. The Temple of Jerusalem was partly built by the contribution of earrings, and Homer in the Iliad speaks of Hera, "the three bright drops, her glittering gems suspended from the car;" and many of the adornments of modern times were only copies of her ear jewels found in Pompeiian museum and Etruscan vase. But while the outer ear may be adorned by human art, the middle and the internal ear are adorned and garnished only by the hand of the Lord Almighty. The stroke of a key of yonder organ sets the air vibrating, and the external ear catches the undulating sound and passes it on through the boneletsof the middle ear to the in ternal ear, and the 3,000 fibers of the human brain take up the vibration and roll the sound on into the soul. The hidden machinery of the ear is by physiologists called by the names of things familiar to us, like the hammer. something to strike like the anvil, something to be smitten like the stir run of the saddle with which we mount the steed like the drum, beaten in the march like the harpstrings to be swept with music. Coiled like a "snail shell." by which one of the innermost passages of the ear is actually called like a stairwa', the sound to ascend lil a bent tube of a heating apparatus, taking that which enters round and round like a labyrinth with wonderful passages into which the thought enters only to A muscle be lost in bewilderment. contracting when the noise is too loud, just as the pupil of the eye contracts when the light is too glaring. The external car is defended by wax which. hy its bitterness, discourages inscctile invasion. The internal ear is embedded in what is by far the hardest bone of the human system, a very rock of strength and defiance. The ear is so strange a contrivance that by the estimate of one scientist it can catch the sound of 70,700 vibraThe outer ear taktions in a second. ing in all kinds of sounds, whether the crash of an avalanche, or the hum of a bee. The sound passing to the inner door of the outside ear halts until an other mechanism, divine mechanism, passes it on by the boneletsof the middle ear, and coming to the inner door of that second ear the sound has no power to come further uutil another divine mechanism passes it on through into the inner ear, and then the sound comes to the rail track of the brain branchlet, and rolls on and on until it comes to sensation, and there the cur tain drops, and a hundred gates shut, and the voice of God seems to say to "Thus far and all human inspection: no further." In this vestibule of the palace of the soul how many kings of thought, of medicine, of physiology have done penance of lifelong study and got no further than the vestibule. Mysterious home of reverberation and echo. Grand Central depot of sound. Headquarters to which there come quick dispatches, part the way by cartilages, part the way by air, part the way by bone, part the way by nerve the slowest dispatch plunging into the ear at the speed of 1,000 feet a second. Small instruments of music on which is played all the music you everheard.from the grandeurs of an August thunderstorm to the softest breathings of a flute. Small in strument of music, only a quarter of an inch of surface and the thinness of one two hundred and fiftieth part of an inch, and that thinness divided into In that ear musical throe laj'ers. staff, lines, spaces, bar and rest A bridge leading from the outside nat ural world to the inside spiritual world; we seeing the abutment at this end of the bridge, but the fog of an up lifted mystery hiding the abutment on the other end of the bridge. Whisper ing gallery of the soul. The human voice is God's eulogy of the ear. That voice capable of producing seventeen trillion, five hundred and ninety-tw- o billion, one hundred and eighty-s- l thousand, four hun million, fcrty-fou- r dred and fifteen sounds, and all that variety made, not for the regalement of beast or bird, but for. the human ear. About 15 years ago, in Venice, lay down in death one whom many con; sidered the greatest musical composer of the century. Struggling on up from six years of age, when he was left fatherless, Wagner rose through the obloquy of the world, and ofttimes all nations seemingly against him, until he gained the favor of a king and won the enthusiffcm of the opera bouses of Kur e, lite-worn rops and America. Struggling all the wny on to 70 yars of age, to conquer the world's ear. In that same attempt to master the ui a i i car and gain supremacy over this gate of the immortal soul, great battles were iought by Mozart, Gluek and Weber, and by Beethoven and Meyerbeer, by Rossini and by all the roll of German and Italian and Prench coinj osers, snmj of them in the battle leaving their blood on the keynotes and the musical .scores. Great battle fought for the car fought with baton, with organ pipe, with trumpet, with with all ivory and brazen and silver and golden weapons of the orchestra; royal theater aud cathedral and acadeim- - of music for fortresses for the' contest of the ear. England and E'ypt fought for the supremacy of the Suez canal, and the Spartans and Persians fought for the defile at Thermopj-lae- , but the musicians of all ages have fought for the .master of the auditory eanal and the defile of the immortal soul and the Thermopylae of struggling cadences. For the conquest of the ear Haydn struggled on up from the garret where he had neither firj nor fowl, on and on until under the too grat nervous strain of hearing his own oratorio of the "Creation" performed, he was carried out to die, but leaving as his legacy to the world 118 103 pieces for the barytone, 15 masses, five oratories, 42 German and Italian songs, SO canons, o03 English and Scotch songs with accompaniment, and 1,535 pages of libretti. All that to capture the gate of the body that swings in from the tympanum to tho "snail shell" lying on the beach of the ocean of the immortal soul. To conquer the ear, Handel struggled on from the time his father would not let him go to tchool ljst he learn the gamut and become a musician, and from the time when he was allowjd in the organ loft just to play after the audience had left to the time when he left to all nations his unparalleled oratorios of "Esther," "Deborah," "Samson," Jeptha," "Judas Maccabeus," "Israel in Egypt" and "The Messiah," the soul of the great German composer still weeping in the Dead March of our great obsequies and triumphing in the raptures of every caster morn. To conquer the ear and take this gate of the immortal soul, Schubert composed his great "Serenade," writing the staves of the music on the bill of fare in a restaurant, and went on until he could leave as a legacy to the world over a thousand magnificent To conquer compositions in music. the ear and take thisigate of the soul's Mozart struggled on through castle poverty until he came to a pauper's grave, and one chilly, wet afternoon the body of him who gave 10 the world the "Requiem" and the Symphony" was crunched in on the top of two other paupers into a grave which to this day is epitaphless. mellifluous, For the ear everj-thinfrom the birth hour when our earth was wrapped in swaddling clothes of light and serenaded by other worlds, from the time when Jubal thrummed the first harp and pressed a key of the first organ down to the music of this Sabbath day. Yea, for the ear the coming overtures of Heaven, for whatever other part of the body may be left in the dust, the ear, we know, is to come to celestial life; otherwise, why the "harper's harping with their harps?" For the car, carol of lark and whistle of quail, and chirp of cricket, and dash of cascade, and roar of tides oceanic, and doxology of worshipful minstrelsy, cherubic, seraphic and For the ear all Pandean archangelic pipes, all flutes, all clarinets, all hautboys, all bassoons, all bells and all organs Luzerne and Westminster Abbey, and Freyburg, and Berlin, and all the organ pipes setacross Christendom, the great Giant's Causeway for all the monarehs of music to pass over. For the ear, all chimes, all tickings of chronometers, all anthems, all dirges, all glees, all choruses, all lullabies, all orchestration. Oh, the ear, the God honored ear, grooved with divine sculpturo and poised with divine gracefirkiess and upholstered with curtains of divine embroidery, and corridored with di vine carpentery, and pillared with divine architecture, and chiseled in bone of divine masonry, and co.iqucred by professions of divine marshaling. The ear! A perpetual point of interrogation, asking How? a perpetual point of apostrophe appealing to God. None but God could plan it None but God could build it None but God could work it. None but God could keep it None but God could understand it None but God could explain it. Oh, the wonders of the human ear. How surpassingly sacred the human ear. You had better be careful how you let the sound of blasphemy or step into that holy of holies. The Bible says that in the ancient temple the priest was set apart by the putting of the blood of a ram on the tip of the ear, the right ear of the priest But, my friends, we need all of us to have the sacred touch of ordination on the hanging lobe of both ears and on the arches of the ears, on the eustachian of tube the ear, on the mastoid cells of the ear, on the tympanjp cavity of the ear, and on every thing from the outside rim of the outside ear into the point where the sound stops off the auditory nerve and rolls on down into the unfathomable depths of the immortal soul. The Bible speaks of "dull ears,'" and of "uncircumsized ears," and ol "itching ears," and of "rebjllous ears," and of "open ears," and of those who have all the organs of hearing and yet who seem to be deaf, for it cries to them: "He that hath ears to hear let him hear." To show how much Christ thought of the human ear. He one day met a man who was deaf, came up to him, and put a finger of the right hand into the orifice of the left car of the patient, and agitated the tympanum, and startled the bonelets, and with a voice that rang clear through into the man's soul cried: "Ephphathal" and the growths gave way, and the inflamed auricle cooled off, and that man had not heard a sound, for many who years that night heard the wash of the waves of Galileo against the limestone shelving, To show how much Christ thought of the human ear, when the apostle Peter got mad and with one sla-- h of his sword dropped the ear of Malchus into the dust, Christ created a new external ear for Malchu, corresponding with the middle ear and the internal ' ear that no sword could el'p away. And to show what God thinks of the car we are informed of the fact that in the millennial. June which shall roseate all the earth, the ears of the deal will be unstopped, all the vascular growths gone aU deformation of the cornet-a-pistopoly-phoi- d organ cured, corrected, listening 'hanged. Every being on earth will Tave a hearing apparatus as God knows iow to make it, and all ears will be ready fir that great symphony m hich all the mu-d- il instruments of the earth shall play the accompaniment, nations of earth and empires of Heaven mingling their voices, together with the deep bass of the sea, and the alto of the woods, and the tenor of winds, and the barytone of the thunder: "All 'luiah!" surging up meeting the "Alleluiah!" descending. Oh, yes, my friends, we have been looking for God too far away instead of looking for Him close by and in our own organ" sm. We go up into the observatory and look through the telescope and see God in Jupiter, and God in Saturn, and God in Mars; but we could see more of Him through the microscope of an aurist No king is satisfied with only one residence, and in France it has been St. Cloud and Versailles and the Tulleries, and in Great Britain it has beeu Windsor and Balmoral and Osborne. The ruler does not always prefer the larger. The King of earth and Heaven may have larger castles aud greater palaces, but I do not think there is any ona more curiously wrought than the human ear. The Heaven of heavens can not contain Him, and yet He says Ho finds room to dwell in a contrite heart, aud I think, in a Christian car. We have teen looking for Gcd in the infinite let us look for Ilim in the infinitesimal. Go.l walking the corridor of the ear, Go:l sitting in the gallery of the human ear, God speaking along the auditory nerve of the ear. Go.l dwelling in the ear to hear that which eoriK'S from the outside, and so near the brain and the soul He can hear The Lord of what transpires there. Ilostuncamping under the curtains of Palace of the Almighty in inembane. the human ear. The rider on the white horse of the Apocalypse thrusting his foot into the loop of bone which the physiologist has beea pleased to call the stirrup of the ear. Are you ready now for the question of - text? Have you the endurance to bear its overwhelming suggestive-ness- ? Will you take hold of some pillar and balance yourself under the stroke? "lie that planted the ear, shall he not hear?" Shall the God who gives us the apparatus with which we hear the sounds of the world, Himself not be able to catch up song and groan and blasphemy and worship? Does lie give us a faculty which he has not Himself? Drs. Wild and Gruber and Townbee invented the acoun meter and other instruments by which to measure and examine the ear, and do these instruments know more than the doctors who invented them? "He that planted the ear, shall he not hear?" Jupiter of Crede was always represented in statuary and in painting as without ears, suggesting the idea that ha did not want to be bothered with the affairs of the world. But our God has ears. ears are open to "His The Bible intimates their cry." that two workmen on Saturday night do not get their wages, their complaint instantly strikes the car of God: "The cry of those that reaped hath entered the ears of the Lord of of Sabbaoth." Did God hear that poor girl last night as she throw herself on the prison bunk in the city dungeon and cried in the midnight: "God have mercy?" Do you really think God could hear her? Yes, just as easily as when 15 years ago she was sick with scarlet fever and her mother heard her when at midnight she asked for a drink of water, "lie that planted the ear, shall He not hear?" When a soul prays God does not sit bolt upright until the prayer travels immensit3 and climbs to His ear. The Bible sa-- s He bends clear over. In more than in one place Isaiah said He bowed down His car. In more than one place the Psalmist said he inclined His car, by which I come to believe that God puts His ear so closely down to your lips that Ha can hear your faintest whisper. It is not God far off up yonder; it is God away down here, close up, so close that when 3'ou pray to Him it is not more a whisper than a kiss. Ah, 3'es, He hears the captives sigh an.l the plash of the orphan's tear, an I the dying of the shipwrecked sailor driven on the Skerries, and the infant's "Now I lay me to sleep" as distinctly as He hears the fortissimo of brazen bands in the Dussellorf festival, as easj- - as He hears the salvo of artillery when the IS squares of English troops open all their batteries at once at Waterloo. He that planted tha ear can hear. Just as sometimes an entrancing strain of music will linger in the ears for days after you have heard it, and just as a sharp cry of pain I once heard while passing through Bellevue hos pital clung to my ears for weeks, and just as a horrid blasphemy in the street sometimes haunts one's ears for days, so God not only hears, but holds the songs, the prayers, the groans, the worship, the blasphemy. How we have all wondered at the phonograph, which hold's not only tha words you utter, but the very tones oi 3'our voice, so that a hundred years from now, that instrument turned, now utter the very words your the very tone of and voice will be reproduced. Amaz ing phonograph! But more wonderful is God's power to hold, to retain. Ah, what delightful encouragement for our prayers. What an awful fright for our hard speeches. What assur ance of sympathy for all our griefs. "He that planted the ear, shall He not hear?" 1113do-.vu warm-hearted nm ! LIVERY. R. KINXAIRD'S ! I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Insurance Agency Representing Over ; - Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. $57,000,000 Companies .Etna or Hartford. Queen of America. National of Hartfort. Plienix of Brooklyn. Hartford of Hartford. Manchester of 4 In the following Fire Insurance RICE BENG-E- . Fnland. Connecticut of Hartford. 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